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What II Com to be a Brhlemaltl. "It Is no trifling expense to be n brirtf rnaiil al a fnsiiloii wedding," says a Wifcliinatoii correspondent "of the Hartford Conn.) Evening Ibtt. "Lately a lady hearing another ask her daughter if she was to be an attendant at a certain wedding, promptly answered: 'No; I tm tued of pitying at leant 100 for the dress she wears whenever she is a bride maid. Sho hns bought dresses for that purpose st ven times, and that is enough.' Of course a handsome present is always given by a brideniaid to a bride, which adds considerably to the cost of her at tendance cm her friend. The 'bistman' at some weddings is forced to pay out a good round sum for bouquets for the bridemaids. I know of one instance where a young gentleman, who could 111 n fiord it, was told that he would be expected to present each of the twelve bridemaids with a bouquet of rosebuds. There were no groomsmen at that wed ding, and only six ushers, so the unfor tunate best man, after he had accepted tho post, was coolly; told that he would be required to provide the round doeen of bouquets." Versatile Power. The women of the Eastern States have wonderful powers of endurance, writes a correspondent. Scores of them do thrir own work, take care of a large family, and at the same time cultivate some especial talent, as that of music or Eainting. A traveler cites the case of is landlady, who made all the pastry with her own hands, and says: Now when you learn that every day we had five different kinds of pies, besides a pudding of some sort, and that there weve never less than twenty-five, and often nearer forty people at table, you may form some idea of the work she had to do. Yet when she took her seat at the table with the guests, she had the air of a lady of leisure. Her assistant, who so tranquilly went back and forth between the dining-room and kitchen, though not herself literary, was the sis ter of an authoress of some distinction at the North. Half a dozen or more of her books in prose and verse were on the t helves of the etaeere in the parlor. And even the lady who did the family washing, complained, while playing on ll ecrgan. that on Monday nights her fingers were always stiff, and that she never feit in the humor for singing Sho has an uncommonly good voice, which has been fairly well trained. As for the house which contains these women, it is full of pictures, flowers, birds and bojks and is simply charming. Fuhlon Kotos. Plush is the pet material of the season. The Quaker dress, fashioned in America, is now adopted in Paris. The long tabliers, panels and revers of blacu silk costumes are frequently covered with costly passementeries, ap pliques and fringes. Broad silk sashes are worn tied at the left side in a careless knot. They are gayly lined and finished on the ends by shirring and tassels; sometimes one end is left plain. Bronne boots are again in favor for little girls. Narrow toes are seen on the new shoes for children. Plaids so much worn by school girls, are generally made with kilt-plaited skirt nnd polonnise. season, and within certain limits almost auyiuing may dp, worn, If you want a Russian sable muft made of really choice skins it will cost you more than $700. Yfill VI rr ftAoa nnr nrrnl a n a IIa frt ito wrap, while cloaks lor older women IC V t 1 J lUligi Brocaded satins are so perfect in work manship as to give the effect of the most exquisite hand embroidery. Entire cloaks are seen in chenille with heavy gold threads woven 'in the fabric, and gold cord is used for the trimming As a fashionable novelty, circulars cootinue popular, and a new stylo is. shaped to the figure by two seams down the back, someihiug like a dolman. Dolmans hold their own, and there are many large, loose wraps, of which th" Japanese, cLL-red at the neck, and with large, pouch-like sleeves, take the lead. Plush is a furore this sea3on, and i.i used to excess in trimmings. In mil linery it is the favorite fabric and ap pears on almost every handsome bonnet of the season. The woolen fabrics of the season arc nil plprrnnt in tlipir to tt aa avo Omen -. f -w ! - - ...... .T J I' 1 siik and velvet, and those of silk and wooi, wilu an me siik iwown up to the surface, are very rich. Low-necked dresses are but little worn except by very youni? ladies. The usual bodice lor ball dresses is high in the back, cut square or heart-shaped in front, and with elbow sleeves or no sleeves at all. The long Laugtry hood with bright uuiu is juomuuaoie, especially lor young ladies' wraps and street suits, and many cords, terminating in tassels, balls or spikes, are employed for trim ming both cloaks and dresses. 0! (Statistics. A Detroiter has been for the last two years collecting find arranging statistics of an odd nature, and it his hook is ever published readers will find nothing dry about it. He goes viirht to business on page one by esLirLHiicg thutthe number oi actings received by tuo average boy up to his fourteenth year at 125. This includes the spanking process during infancy. Out of every 100,000 people in this count ry 19,0(i0 get up cross in the morn ing, but only a hundred or so remain in that condition very long after breakfast. . Out of 60,000 men only 700 will. put up money on a bet. The rest will crawfish around and finally back water on their assoitions. ' Only ten women out of every 500 who start out on a journey by railroad con sult a railroad map or have the least idea of the direction they take. Four hundred and ninety-eiuhfc worry about their baggage ; 497 are certain they took . the wrong train; 499 wish they had never started. The risk of being bitten by a dog is greatly overestimated. Out of every . 1,000 big and little dogs only two care to get up a row witii the human race, and those two are ready and willing to die. The number of men who can put in a more pleasant evening down town than at their own tiresid. is on the decrease and the number of wives who are taking a little extra pains t make home mora pleasant is on the increase. Out of every 1,000 men who get mad and swear they will see a lawyer about it only fifteen carry out their intentions. Oalyone woman in 6,000 pays the firs price asked for a bonnet, and only one milliner in a 1,000,000 expects her to. The time occupied by the average man in buying a full suit of clothes is just one-fourth the time occupied by the average wonan in buying a single pair of stockings. Fne Press. In the next House 202 representatives will be old members, 184 re-elected from the present House and eighteen mem bers of former Congresses. This leaves ninety-one representatives who have never sat in the House. A RIVER OF FIRE. Volcanic lirnptlon In Hats-all Thtsiicler. Inn Rirjlnelnns-Whlte Hot ICdtke mm flowing Flame The Hawaii Gazelle gives an account of an eruption of the volcano of Manna Loa, exceeding in violence any ever be fore known ou the island. The grand outburst of fire is described as follows : It broke out about 7 t. u on Friday, about six miles north of the summit crater of Mokuaweoweo on Manila Loa, nnd flowed down the elevated plateau ling between Manna Loa and Kea, sending out two branches, one from near its source toward the old crater of Rilauea, and another branch further down, tending toward the east.. On Wednesday the flow could be seen distinctly from Hilo winding its way toward Puna, with a small branch stream running toward Ililo. Tne tream running toward Puna was about thirty miles in length, and from 100 to too yards in width, with a depth of about twenty feet. A correspondent of the Gatette accompanied a party to view the grand sight, and they climbed the mountain side Soon, he says, as the fog gradually cleared off the sides of the mountain, we Baw a tremendous river of fire pouring down the steep sides. We could see it distinctly down the slope, till it ran into the fog bank, which had settled like a huge snow bed all over the lowlands. The fire was an intense white light and was running furiously downward. They then went toward Puna to see the molten river by night, and, he adds, the moon set, and still it was light enough to see to read. Away above us in the heavens shone the brilliant fountain head, and thence to the end was a con tinuous stream of liquid lava. There lay a river of fire beneath us at least thirty miles long, every inch of which was on? bright rolling tide of fire. There was not a single break in the whole length. The whole front edge, being about three-fourths of a mile wide, was a most intensely brilliant light, and as It slowly advanced and rolled over the small trees and scrub, bright flames would flash up and die out along the whole edge . Then there were giant ex plosions, vast and terrible, as if the earth was being shattered by earthquakes, and all at once a hugs dome of molten lava was thrown up about half way up the mountain side, and continue 1 to flow over like an immense fountain. The next day the party crossed tL old lava beds for bout 1,000 feet. Not twenty feet distant was the immense bed of lava slowly moving forward with irresistible force, bearing on its surface huge rocks and immense boulders ol tons weight. The whole front edge was one bright red mass of solid rock incessantly break ing oft from the towering mass and roll ing down to the foot of it, to bo again covered up by another avalanche of white hot rocks and sand. The mass was at its front edge from twelve to thirty leet in height. Along the line of its advance it was one crash of rolling, sliding, tumbling red-hot rock. We could see no fire or liquid lava at all, but the whole advance line of red-hot stones an1 scoria. Thero were no ex plosions while we were near the flow, only a tremendous roaring like ten thousand blast furnaces all at work at once. Some lears of the safety of Hilo are still entertained, but the flow seems turning in another direction. A correspondent of the Honolulu Press, writing from Hilo, says: The sight on SaLurday was indescribably grand. All day, with or without the glass, our eyes were turned toward the mountain. A fountain of liquid lava ws pouring up from the summit line of Mauna Loa. Two fiery streams were distinctly visible coursing down its side, one toward Mauna Kea, the other nearer Hilo. At night the sky was a glare of light that made objects distinctly visible in the streets and in our rooms. Wednes day night ihe sight of the mountain was most glorious. The broken clouds lying around the summit sides were irradiated and shone in wonderful splendor. The force of the emption seems now dimin ishing. " Words of Wisdom. Gratitude is the memory of the heart. Knowledge is more than equivalent to force. Duties fulfilled are always pleasures to the memory. Proud hearts and lofty mountains are always barren. The trees that are moBt in the sun bear the sweetest fruits. It is a curious fact that from vice to virtue the road is a long and hard one, while from virtue to vice the road is very short. Some men grumble because they have do opportunity, while others go to work to make opportunities for themselves. We make solemn promises to be aw fully good when we are in danger of death, but when we begin to get well wo forget all about them. It is not safe to have ton many irons in the fire. When a man tries to catch two rabbits he must needs leave one and s apt to lose the other. When a man married a large but homely woman some one at the wedding said that he took her by weight and didn't care for the workmanship. A Mr. Hutchins, who was sent to investigate the condition of the new " Connenara Colony,4 in Northern Min nesota, reports fearful suffering among the colonists. He found the children almost naked and Buffering from the cold. The people had no wood and were obliged to resort to bay for fuel, of which they had very little. The peasants seemed haggard and worn. Some of them said that they were better off in Ireland, where at least they had plenty of potatoes, more than in the new colony. Mr. Hutchins enumerates a large number oi individual cases of suf fering. ' Y & . is the name of a town in Kan s as. .Rome Sentinel. Correct, but why didn't you think a little harder, and tell us of 11 worth and To p k t Modern Argo. FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD Farm and Ondu Hotel. A bulky fodder is the natural food of ruminants. A uniform use of water is essenYal to the healthy growth of plants. Cornstalks contain more potash than any other fodder fed to cows. Pots containing flowers should be washed as often as any mold or fungus growth appears. When strawberry plaats are set in rows three feet apart and a foot apart in the rows it requires 14,S20 for an acre. Sheep manure is much richer than that of cows. Practically it is estimated at nearly dou ble the value ol that of cattle. On many farms there are some old cattle and old sheep that can only be kept at a loss. It is economy to fatten hem tor the butcher. In all attempts at breeding domestic cuttle no immature stock should be used . Mature sires and dams are essen tial if strong, healthy stock are desired. " Like produces like." According to Dr. Wiedebold, fungus growths in cellars may be com batted either by burning sulphur or by pour ing two parts of concentrated sulphuric acid over one part of common salt, and so closing all openings as to prevent any escape of the vapors. Prof. J. F. W . Johnston, says : " It is certain that common salt .lias in very many cases been advantageous to the growing crop." Ho then quotes the re sults of experiments in which .wheat dressed with salt eave an average or eight bushels more than the same kind of soil produces without salt; barley gave an increase of twenty-cne bushels an acre, and hay one ton increase to the acre. The scales which fly off from iron be ing worked at forges, iron trimmings, filing;, or other ferruginous material, if worked into the soil about fruit trees, or the more minute particles spread thinly on the lawn, mixed with the earth of flower-beds or in pots, add greatly to the productiveness of the soil. For col ored flowers, they heighten the bloom and increase the brilliancy. The following fertilizer for hyacinthe has been tried with great success: To a square yard of ground apply, when planting the bulbs, an ounce and a half of superphosphate of lime, half an ounce of nitrate of potash (salpeter,) and half an ounce of carbonate of soda, all well mixed and pulverized in a mortar Using this fertilizer as a top-dressing you may expect very fine blooms, and will not need fresh bulbs. Ground bone, bone meal ana fine granulated bone are all merchantable articles nowadays, and 'arge quantities of this enconomical provision for poultry ere used by those who understand its value. Lime is an excellent fertilizer on clay soils, on account of its power to render soluble many of the component parts of the clay, and also to make it more porous. Miss Corson's Keclnea. Spiced Beef. Use about four pounds of the flank oi beef; wipe it with a clean, damp cloth; rub into it the following spices mixed: One tcaspoouful of silt, one saltspoociui each of ground cloves, mace and pepper, and a very little cay enne pepper. Roll it up and tie it ia a compact roll. Pat it over the fire in boiling water enough to cover it, and boil it slowly for two hours. Remove the strings and use it hot with sauce piquante. Sauce Piquante. Chop tine one tablespoon ful of pickles, half that quan tity of onion.and parsley if it is available; put these ingredients over the fire in suf ficient vinegar to covir them, and let it boil nearly away ; then add a saltspoou ul of salt, quarter of that quantity of pepper and half a pint of cold gravy, or ol the pot liquor in which the beef was boiled; boil it once and use it hot. Baked Onions . Peel ten large onions without breaking the layers; boil them for half an houi in well-salted boilL g water, and drain them; when cool enough to handle cut a half-inch slice from the top of each, and take out a tea spoonful of the middle part ; chop these pieces fine, mix them with half a cupful of (tale bread crumbs, a saltspoonful of salt, quarter of that quantity of pepper and the yolk of a raw egg; use this forcemeat to stuff the onions, lay them oa a baking dish, brush them with the white of the egg beaten a little, dust them with fine bread crumbs and bake them slowly lor forty minutes . Serve '.hem hot. Fried Pumpkin. Peel a small, ten der pumpkin; cut it in slices half an jj.jh thick and two inches square, prinkle each piece with salt and let it ttand in an earthen dish for an hour. Then wipe the slices, pepper them, roll hem in flour and fry them brown in smoking hot fat enough to cover them ; Jay them on brown paper for a moment o free them from grease after they are One, and then serve them hot. Squash v jb cooked in the same way . The Cost or War. According to recent calculations, the Franco-German war and the Commune cost the French treasury 14,63,008,814 francs about $3,900,000,000. The sum of human capital destroyed has been calculated as follows by Colonel Pier ron: German army killed, 18,673; died of wounds, 11,516; died from sick ness, 12,301; disappeared, 4,000; wound ed who survived, 137,867. Frenoi army killed in the war, 116,925; died in captivity, 17,240; died in Switzerland, 1,701; died in Belgium, 124; wounded by the enemy's fire, 143.066, In the Economiste Francais, Mr. de Foville shows that these figures are b low the mark, and estimates the number of Frenchmen who fell between June, 1870 and July, 1871, at 150,000, and at 100,000 those who survived. Detroit, Mich., has 830 manufacture Ing establishments, employing $13,33 A, 373 capital and 17,870 pcrions, and Superstitions About Cats. The cat has been connected with many curious superstitions in various parts of the world. In some localiiii s, for instance, it is believed that witches in the .shape of cats are in the habit of roaming about the roofs of the houses during tho month of February ; hence they were promptly shot. In Germany, aiso, a similar notion prevails respect ing black cats, in consequence of which they are never allowed to go near t he cradles of young children, though it is not easy to understand why the young should be more exposed to danger from these suppositious witches than those more advanced in years. Numerous in stances might be given of tbo incredible nonsense that has been believed and is believed about cats. In Sweden the peasants have a deep-rooted faith in the cat carrier. This belief is traceable to the seventeenth century. At this period there were seventy tried who made nearly the following declaration : After compelling them to sign a compact with him, the devil often served hearty din ners, followed by games and wrestling. When he was in good humor he thrashed them with a long pole, after whicb he laughed heartily, or played the harp, in order to divert them and make them dance. They added that he made each one of them a present of a cat endowed with certain gifts. This cat compre hended all that was said to it, and would go out and steal objects that were indicated, without the possessor being able to perceive him. At the present time the peasant does not complain whatever object is stolen from him They attribute the theft to a cat carrier. In Sicily, where the cat is looked upon as sacred to St. Martha, there is a super stition that any one who willfully or ac cidentally kills a cat will he punished by the serious retribution of seven years' unhappincss. Melton, in his " AstrolO' gastcr," says: "When the cat washes her face over her eares, we shall have great store of raine." The sneezing of a cat was considered a lucky omen to a bride who was to be married the next Cay. In Wilsford's "Natu-.e Secrets," " cats coveting the fire more than ordin ary, or licking their feet and trimming hair of their heads and mustachios, pre sages rainy weather." In the " Statist! cal Accounts of Scotland," it is slated that if a cat was permitted to leap over a corpse, j.t portended misfortune. Their tenacity of life comes out in the pro verb: "Care killed the cat." Their familiar presence at every one's hearth is alluded to in "A cat may look at a king." In Hungary there is a curious superstition that before acat can become a good mouser it must be stolen. Mr. Silver, a well-known inventor of Lewiston, Me., for several months has eaten but one meal a day, and that about ten o'clock in the evening, imme diately before retiring. He works ten hour3 a day as a machinist without eat' ing or drinking anything. Instead of Pining away, Mr. Silver has gained thirty -five pounds in flesh. He is not hungry until bedtime. All the fluids his stomach receives are from tho fruit and vegetables which makes up most of fiis food . He eats no meat, as ho be lieves that "animal food is "animaliz ing," liviug mainly on oatmeal and Graham bread, without salt, but eatiug apples, grapes and other fruits liberally Daily Fort V"ayne Sentinel Mr. S. II. Joseph, Agent Emerson's minstrels, rcmaias: i can witu trutn speak from experience; and in saying St. Jacobs Oil acts in a marvelous manner I but partly express my good upimon oi li. It is doubtful if there is any limit to me time mat properly-canned iruits veeetables and meats will not be in r oi salmon was opened in I'ortsmouth Afp i hot. waa t;lrnn ffnm a rrncea wrecKea in ion. run nsu was lound to oa periectiy sound. Manchester (Mich.) Entei prise. Messrs. Haeussler & Kingsley, Drnc cists, Manchester, sav : Wo handle St Jacobs Oil with abundant success, and it has given excellent satisfaction to our customers. Efforts to reduce monkeys t discipline have not often been successfu . A native of the province of Bengal has, however, trained several of them to work the cords by which tho punka, or ventilating fan of India, is moved. They perform their task to perfection, and, thanks to tneir activity, keep the punkas in con tinuous motion, maintaining a constant agreeable movement of air all through i lie rooni. IWtnp, l.'.v. 11 111! 7n. " Is it possible that Mr. Godlrey is np and at woik, aud cured by so simple a remedy T" I assure vou it is true that he is entirely eured, and with nothing but Hop Bitters, and only ten days ago bis doctors gave mm up and said he must die!" Well-a-dav! If that is so. I will go this minute and get some for my poor George. I k.iow hops are good. " Two young men in Louisville recently started to run a loot race. v nen ooiu were near the coal, one of them. Charles Herzberger, aged nineteen years, fell dead, lie had been in pertect neaitu a moment before. The violent spurt of exercise burst a biood vessel near his heart and snapped the strings of his existence. Bad habits are eaailv contracted; so aia oolds, and both are very hard to gut rid of. rue colds are quickly and surely cured oy jjr, Bull's Cuugn by rap. Florida is required by her new constl tutioa to have an educational ualinca tion for voters alter 18B0. OHEAT HOmE MKDICIflE. DR. TOHIAH' VKVPTI1V HOHSK I.IV1MBNT 10 pint botliea alllOccnU; 32 yxiirseblil) Ished. Itltths lint IU Hie world tor Uwcuieol'olii'.OIdS ires.Snrains, Uiui8-8. Sore Throau, etc. TOI1US' CONDITION PiiWUKHS re warranted to cure Dliteuiiwr, Fever n oruia, is u; lilve a Doe coat; increase uie appeuu: aim cleuuad the urinary ortian&. Cerlined to i.y Col- 11. McDaulel. oworr of ann.a nf the fateat running hora-a In the world, an I l.ouuotuer. ii.Vema. SokiDydru- Depot 11 Murray Street. New ora. "icv; iirfifi iTi i T T I I B I I ! I I SMI ! B-CsMfMB The Oreatst nie.slna, A eimnle. Dare. harmless reine.1 , , that enrea every time, and prevent dinean by keeping the blood pure, nomach rejj ilar, kidneys and liver aotive, is the greatest ble.aing ever con ferred npon man. Hop Bitten ia that remedy, and ita proprietor are being blessed by thous ands wno have been saved and oured by it. Will you try jit See other eolumn. A Vernon fVermont) man has a net owl which was hatched out and tenderly cared for by a neighbor's lien. No ramedv lor kidney diseases heretofore rlisoovired can be held lor one mo ont in comparison with Warner's 8nle Kidney and Livn- Cure. O. A. Harvey, JJ. ., Washing ton, D. O. . Cain Paschal and his wife, whose ages aggregate 160 years, have made three bales ol cotton in Aiarama'uis season. Mmura. A. J. Inloes A Co.. druggists. Bing- haniton, N. l'.t I bad snffertd Irom Catarrh in tan oaarai at times the Main would be so severe that I was obliged to ttay in the house and send lor a dootor. 1 had enuroiy iom an sense ol smell. Ely'sOream Balm has worked a niirale lor me. 1 am convinced it will oure. O. 8. Haileys, Binghamton, N. Y. My son, nged nine years, was amioted with Catarrh; the nee ol Ely's Cream Balm effeoted a complete cure. W. K. Hamman, druggist, U&ston, fa. 1 have recommended the Balm to many ol my friends lor Catarrh, and in all oases where tuey have ned the Balm Ireely have been ourtd. T. Kenney, dry goods merchant, Ithaca, N. Y. September 6, 1BU. Price, 60 cents. Kly's uream oaim A.t Owego, N. X. Will mail it lor 60 cents. Veoetinb is a great panacea for our aged fathers and mothers; lor it Rives them strength, quiets their nerves, and gives them Nature's sweet sleep. Malarial fevers can be m evented, also other miasmatic diseases, by occasiorntly using Dr. Sanford t Liver Inviaorntor, the oldest general Family Medicine, which U rcoom. mended as a cure for nil diseases cnused by a disordered liver. EiRhtv-pngo book sent iree. Address Ur. banloid 16. Broadway, ix. x. Tin Vnitnlo nit fn.. Marshall, Mich., Will nnd their Kltciro-Volia'C Uel s lo ths afflicted npon 30 days' trial. See their adver. tisement in this paper headed, "On 30 Days' Trial." Get Lyon's Patent Heel Stiffen applied to those now boots bulura you run them over, THE MAKKE1S. SEW TOBI Beoi Oattle Med. Natives, live Wt . . C9.V. 10 ( nalvanllood to l'rhnn Voala Oft u US Sheep U4 A Lamb Of ( oi toga Live U3 Dresied 05 (4 07. Floar Ex. ritate, (rood to fancy.... 4 TO nl 8 M western, irooa u xauoy o i " Wheat No. 2 Ked 1 17(4 1 1H No. 1 White 1 inCM Bye State v 4 liarlev Two-Rowed bUte M l Corn Ontrradod W. iitern Mixed.... 67 14 61 H. iiihern Yellow roa i n Oats Wuito Htate ll4 Mixed weatern (9 Hay Prime 1 IW 1 1 IS Ktraw Ixiiig Rye. per owt 1 ( (4 1 It Hops mate. 1x81 IS 11A is Pork-Vesanld 1 -.!X':1M Lard Citv bteain 8tl H '.10 Petroleum Crude ....... Oti'.ljS"?5, ltr-flned m Batter State Creamery irt (4 to Unlrv 11 a -f Western Imitation Creamery '2:1 4 2H Factory 1:1 a 20 Cheese Stats Factory , Hi '.i )3i SKIUIS o 1 m Western M la Errcs State and feun :1 u J l otatoea State, but K m ly Rote..., 1 5J to 2 61) (h 5 SO ( 4 78 I.. 4 in a 4 6 e6 79 14 1 : 4 St (4 !H (4 B0 BUFFALO. Ktecre Extra (5 10 Limb) Western 4 0J Ki.i-pp WcaU-ru H "5 H-tfP, Ooo t to Choico yurkera 4 45 Flour tJity Orouinl, no, 1 Hpruiff.. 0 i Wheat No. 1 Hard Duluth 1 25 Corn So. i Woetoru 64 Onto State :)7 Barley 'two-rowed Htate 7U uuaxun. Bef Western Ms 9 51 (410 0J Hons Live ('5V4 OH H.KS fity Diensed 07 (4 H7( J'ork Extra mine por mil mi (sin 13 Flour Wihcouslu and Miuu.l'ut.... 7 26 (4 8 61 Corn Mixed and fellow..... -II (4 42 Oats Extra While 60 u 62 Rye State 1 07 (4 1 07 Wool Washed Combing & Dulaluo., 4'.i 14 ro Unwarned, " " m (4 30 WATKIUOWN (MASS ) OAT TLB MAUKCT Beel Oattle Live weight . . . . 04 Mueep . Limbs Ilo PHILADKLFH1A. rionr Penn. pood and fancy VYhoat- No. 2 lied I' O liite Cora Mate Yellow O.t Mixed 1' utter Creamery Kxtra Ui.i .4 0;i 4 U4 V 06 05 V S 81 (4 6 Tf 1 m'4.4 1 Hi . 08 ml 0 . 6'i)(.4 ' . 4 1 (4 . 'M (4 41 Clieve tfow Vovk Fuii Cre;im... 1.1 (4 lilv. 1't-irolrDtu Crnde. ..or.i407M Banned 0.1 Vegetine WILL CUBE MOIATLM .MR. AT.RKRT CROORRR, the well-known dniirclst an 1 upoiiifcary or prin:jvaie. Me., aiwayn H"' iBP5ever UUC tlUUUltU M lll lUrUiUallinjll WUJ I X.Uf.li.'N Ct. Read His Statementi SraiKOTALi, Mi., Oct 12. 187b. Aln. II. R. Stetiss: Itmr Sir . iruen years aco last fall I was takrn cV with rheumatism, wai unable to move until the next Ai.i'.l. From that time until three yearn awo thin fall i BiultTfil evprythint; with rheunmtidin. Sinit nif s there wuuiu i'C vethBtti a lime imu i coum itu su-p one e.tt ii tilers attaeka were quite ultcn. 1 u (ltre. I even tluii; Uiui a iiiun luuiu, titer uiree year ujio ibm njir . mmiii'iiui'd taklntr Vein-tine atnl loiinweii it im m luvt taken seven bottles; have had no rheumatism b nee that time. I always ailvtse every onetliatls trout. lei with rheumatism to try Vegetine. and not suiter for veari a t nave uuiie, i ins siaienu-ut is (jiaiuiious as lar as Mi ateveus is coucerueu. lours, etc., AT.RKRT CROOK Kit . Firm of A.. Crooker 4 Co., Druisu aud ApuUiecanei Vegetine. For Kidney Complaint and Nervous Debility. Isleboxo, Me., Dec 28, 1877. Mr Stevens: Drtir Sir I had had a emiph for eighteen years, when I commenced taking the VedHme. I was very low; my bifiii was ut'uuiitiieu vy uim uw. i uau -:e aviom-j ComuiaiuL and wut very nervous counti bad. liiii ' Sore. When I had taken one battle f found ' uoj help ing me; it mm ueiwu uty cougu, nu'i u ir uiiii nu me. 1 am now at tie to do my work. Never han found any. tlimn like the VexeUne. I know tits i"?rythtm: it is Vetietlne,' says a Boston physician, " has no equal as a iMuou mm r. iiuuiiiik oi iiftiuaii. wunueriui cures, auer an oiutr reiueuira untv lani'u, viHiteu uie labora tory and convinced myself of Its Genuine merit. It prepared from barks, roots aud herbs, each of which la liihiy tn ciive, ana mey are comMunuea id such UiaUiuer u to produce artuutshin result." Vegetine PREPARED BT H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass Airenla Wanted for the Harvlsoinfut uni( CHFAPPST Alhl F55 furnished Ajjent v. ... " fcxira, Terms and K&;gt 'viSS.Z.' CASH PREMIUM s VniTRTn TVTTW ' arn TelmiphT and ears XUUiMur ITltiXX $ itoUHaiiionth.Everj graduate cuarnntceii a vayinu situation. Aiiureta VAI.i.MlNK U11US., Almianeii, JaiKville, Wis. S350 PAA IIOKTHI AGENTS WANTEDI ?rS liest HtiUiDaT Articles In the world sauipieree. J at Bmohsom, Detroit, Mich. 0 7 7 7 j A YEAR and sxpenart to agent. uuiui r ree. Audita . O. VICUKKY, AlUjUata, Malnt, 4 1,1. R Wis Bralu Food-cures Mervotit Drbmt Jl A Weukntaj uf litM.eralive organs, ai all diugelkU prui i mr ur it to Alton . rimrinauy, giii r iral ve.,.x. ? T7M 1. 8 K I DHIII1 R. Mechanical Dranibtamatk Tv "7114 li'way, K.V. Accuruui muikinif drawiniii lur all machinery di-ik'ned at ahurt notlcA. ldeua worked out. l'uteul otllce Urawinua. Work Uoiu out ol city al (Duauuaue cuaige ana wim qisuniui. ILEfiANT A!VI AUTISTIC CIIKOMO J lil il.M'.oS CAItlxl to art of oua doata aborted atyies. rrice, n cent per set. ee.nl pnat-xree. Address w. JKN.M.stis DKAtoHKST, 17 Eaat Hth Street, New York. 130 K KALE-A flue Farmoi 4U0 acre od th Ilalto, A A Ohio K. K.. in Hampshire Co., Weit Vliglni. It has two tenants on It. and ia In s good stat of cultiva tion. Addiea Dr. W. J. Cralgen, Cinuoeriand, Maryland. -f. altlliAWn I'1RM,I7 t tatt per A ere. xix biiorl winters, oreeay summers, neaitriy cnniare. tiautiogua Ires, 11. r. tUAMBbKB, rederanunrg. At DlQO'fS 0 1 1 17 1? lor Consumption Is also B w w w a mm tue uestcoiittn medicine. C7 e A A IMV made by ou anent. Address m mw Kt,Y. a. T. win, Lewisuurg, fa. ClUDUnMCC The KKal.' made to II I' Air w'A.y. AddreaaS. NOlim, Syracuse, N Y, V HE E. A Hustcal Journal. Add's P. Brehm, Kris, fa. UtOkCIA sdiu "Uoltl Irish man," N. York. H Tear J1 jCT? A WEIkT (lis day at koans sailiTsuda. (kit!) T,A OaUUlie. A441M Tms Co, Aususts, aUia. Tim GREAT GERMAN REMEDY roi RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, BACKACHE, liyLaiyiii'i tew C3rOTJM?, SORENESS orm CHEST, SORETHRORT, QUINSY, SWELLINGS AKD SPRAINS, FROSTED FEET ass EARS, AKD OAXiDe, GeneralBodilyPains, TOOTH, EAR AKD HEADACHE, Ann ALL OTHER PAINS AKD ACHES. PIO i reparation on sarin u,uiu. or. ... "n. xj.m -sdrk. simple and crbap Kxtcmal Remedy. A trial entaill hut the oomparatiTelr trlflinamitlay of WICsktj. and jry one Buffering with pun cad hare cheap and poiitive proof of l . n,. air. lie giauu. DIBICTIOSS IS ELEVEN fcAnutAUaa. SOLO (1 ALL 0BU0G1STS AND DEALERS III MIDICINC A. VCGELER & CO. SntHmnrr, Wd.. V. H. A. 70,000 SOLD YEARLY. The srrowliiar uotmlnrlty anil tiefnlneas of CAKINKT or PAHLOII OltAW9 la shown by the fact that BliVi:WT TllOI). SAN I are sold yearly In Ihe I nlted States, The best sure the MASON & HAMLIN s which have heen awarded iugueit distinctioks roa DEMONSTRATED SUPERIORITY Rt EVERT OK K of th GREAT WOKI.U'S Industrial Exhibitions for thirteen years, with out one einjU exertion. NEW STYLES Are ready this season with important Improvements. FOR LARGE ('III HUH KS, splendid organs, with great power and variety, at $W. i". "d '' pricesi FOllSMAU.F.ltCIU lK IlKS.si HtH)l.,c ,M toaw and upward. Bl TKItll IHIAWING ROOM STYLES at S200 to 510, and uiward. A GHKAT VARIETY of SMALI.Ell ORGANS of equal excellence, though less capacity, or In P'alu cases, at fl to 2i0 and upward Also funiMicd tor mumiii.v or uarteiilt patmekts.JS and upward. Ttvae oriirtiM mv m1iMn unrttutJpil tn ere tt'nce. wh'tf the lrim art tiol mwn ntftr ittati muse i vr' It merwr uiotru iti.V!, rturili.iB'ns i:v orira i send for Uitt II.l.l'S- TRATEU CAI'AI.IIUI K c:U I p. 4lo ), cullt.lMinK full lcscriiiloni and iirlci-s iii.ii liiix rirw slylec. and much 11 fill mrii.niatioli rr tin- purrli.iS' r of any ily.in. which will he sent Jree antt i"liaitt. MAStlX k H.t.Ml.lV iiitiuv mi., i.'i-ft lieiiiniil lr i. I'.nsroN': 4(1 Kast 1 th Street, KV" VOitliLi 111) Wab.ihh Avenue, UIIIU.M!!. RED RIVER VALLEY 2,000,000 Acreo Wheat Lands beat to tha Werld, lar aala kf tk SI Paul, ELinncauGils I Mauitolia R.B. CO. dull art Mr ft ion aliewM iMwnn m prau . t or raoniun rp4r srv a at fta I Kf I AV U aVIa4 ulUfsUMO. IMCYCL0PED1A op LiTIOUETTEIBUSlHESS This Is tin chr-'irtfRt ami only cniplr-te ami rtliabli wmk on Ktiiph'tl. au-l r'jsliie:. ant SKlal Fonns. It t.-liu how t p"i tn nil tilt- vnrlutii dutlfi of life, anJ bow tiMiptW'iir t t'.f lu-t a lviUituue on nil ociMMi'ins. Atrrii Wnnlfd iil for clrnilats rout lining o full ! riit:i.n "1 i n- wnrii :.n l extra tcrnir to Avifiitf. A'i-ll. .-3 N UI"Al. I'l ltl IrlltMJ Co., l'lHijU'l)llla, Pa. B. TT. TATXE & SONS, CORXOG, IT. T. KaTAna.iwaaA imao, Futont Snark-ArreBtlnir Kn. Kiiii'S.inuuntcO and on skids. Vciticul Knulnes with wio'l boilers, hnrokn Safety now era with Sectional boilers can't be exploded. All witn Aiitoinuiic jut-uu tKiinSI&O t. 82.000. Solid for Circular. SUM wncre jou saw mis. yn bi-car3 m SODA Is the hut hi the Wo-l1. It Is shsohitely jrare. Tt Is ths best for Me.ll. Ina! Purposes. It In the bebt for Raking and all 1' ainlly Lae. Sold by all LruUta and Grocer PEHN'A SALT MANUFACTURING CO., Phlla. t(l.N Ier Ik or Made Sellinx OnrNew PLATFORM FAMILY SCALE W. lha accurately up to art lbs. Its han laoine aptK'arance sells It at alKht. lleUll price. I. AM. ( tlier Family Scales welglilug 24 lbs. oust $5.uo. A Ittgular BOOM FOR AGENTS. Kxcluaire territory given free. Terms and i lipid sales nurprise old Agent. llOlli STIC SCALE CO., So. 1HT V7. Fifth St., Cincinnati, O PETROLEUM GrHii'i Muln at l'tiilu'lelpliia JELLY Sliver Medal at Paris Kaposi Uoa. lliti wonlerfi) pu)tanc It acknowledged by ptiy-fl.-iaim tin. ivhuut tbe wm tl to de the bebt reme'lv til. -over. for the cure of WouiiJa, liurns, Hheuinattsm, fcWi'i jUiriiutri'S, Hi!i, Cat irrh, Cfitlb uliiB, Ac. In order that evt-ty out may fry it, it ts pr.t up in 1ft an I ai cent LottleB for housflioWI ae. Obt.iiu it from your tliuKniat, nixi jouw li flud It superior toaaytUiug you havt ever used. aafJifc.AftMMt, am .Tmrnk' fi I fsxsTtxsisxtii I tiTsa 1 The Croat Remedy for THE LIVER THE BOWELS, and the KIDREY8. These great orcantt are the h'atural clanaeriof tbolij stem. If tht y work veil, ln-nlih be per fect, if tl.ey lKjCon.erltijL'ert, dreniiiui diiwasi art (Iotl-io, led lK'a.cve tKu Lit nil ii poisoned with tho Iniuiors thatlior'd have bivn t?xin?li('d naturally. K 1 pM E Y-W OWT i U rcatore the naluru. ae ion, aim throw oil tne diwnFe. Thou rand hare been cuivd, and all nay tw. l' rsaio .yn' I'nirpi'-ta. VaXOUlfl terlue u ill ixisltively mu o Kn.ulo eakneMH.auL'h iu Fall- hiKof the Womb, Vhtt, f 'liruiuo Iuftaimnul on or Llcerationof the Womb, Incidental Hemorrhage or Floxjtiing, Pulnful, Supprertst'L aud Iir ulur Aiena triiatiou, ttc. An oltl and reliable remedy. bnd pua tal card for a tatnidilt-t, v lib treuiuu'itt. cure ami C'Ttlik'Utes from piiysli'laa and piititMiiH, to Hovr art 1 1 ft htllard, UUcu, iS. Y. ttold Cy U iHL&Ut- 0H30DAYSTRIAL. We will vr' our Klertro- Vol talc IUI and other KltH.lrlc App Unrpmiikou trial for, day to ui" sftlu-ttl with MeTVtna litbtUly and dirtof a peritd nature. A ao of tut l.iver, K.ilu'.. ilitcuuiatiuii, sr,irttT)sU.( etc. A ture curt tuarant' cUoruo jiy. Addreas Vottnic licit Co., Mara ha 1 1, Mich. RS I RULL'GT ..l U, Its t n-.wi-.l. ai.,.-l.sls fsa. mmd Wk (4 . n.wt'-P'" ski M aii. (ntou-(i. fir: lua aaU k a-' istfjsk, tmm ssw EMPLOYMCNT-kKfifSKriwI Aiao 6 A LA It V perBBonta AU EXPENSES advaaoed. VAtKS prompt's paid. SLOAN sfc tvu.au fctavra a) a. Cllll. O. i ill'vu fek. is liitr till Cuitial. X.CUI4UOU UUlUa tn t9fl daj at bonis, bemiiies ortti SA fia 3 10 (! A44ias i.av vv. i'ufbsud, Ms. !tllili;!iiQiiiiiraiiiiQiuiJ Ll!i!!IIil!Ilii,,,,,n,,m,,,111llll I 1 4iiimiiniiniiiiiii 1 1 asfl !llll!!iHHi,illt!l'!!l!!!lli mm wj ; . t -T HOP BITTERS. (A Msdlelae, mmt m imsu. OOHTAim BOPS, BUCHU, MATCDBAKi DANDELION, An m rrrssrr Aire BmMjmnu. Qtmu ties or ui arasa Birrsas. THEY C XJ It 13 All nisessesof theStomacli. Bowels. Blo. reinaie coiuplalutats (3 1 OOO IN COLD. V? Ill b paid for a cas ther will not enre or nelp, or for anytliinK lmpur or injunou. found In ttaein. Aaltyotir drnirirlst for Hop Bitters and try them before yon sleep. ToJtt) no tacr. D T. C. Is an abaolnto and Irresistible enr for uranaeunsss, use or opium, u Dacca ana narcouce. Bsm roa Cixorrua. SllUr. M r(. Co., RorhnUr, N. V , A Terante, Oat, Ail atom .old hw rTinrl.( . N T N u nit FRAZEK AXLE GREASE. .it.k n-p At. I. llKtl.F.KNi A wanted the lit. DM. OF IWSOK at the Omttnnlal art farm Kri os.li '". Chiceao FRAZER LUBR1CMUH CO. NewYork. wmmmi ft '"" f mv raitNO iou THAT IS JUST 1 SS,. 5VA.i-.. - TRADt MArTK ZZi mr-St js" " . Toa have read this notice aliont twrnty tint re before. Hut did yu ever actupuu thp en Hon to oMo mad, name y: To sk B'iv t rmt mvl ihoe d paler for boo't wtth (t.ootli U li'a Patent He merMeel Itlvet lrotectcl ole V tfutumUefd to outwear any Sole everina Je. If you have not. do to thr very n-it time you want bxite t ihopg with solei that will wear like iron and save repalra, and don't yuu buy any other. My rffrnrea are any Sewing liachloe Coll pan y ot their ageuui lo this country. ii r. noonmrif, 9 Chnrrh St., TTorceiter, M&m., and 4U tioyoe Are, ulcaio, UK boor Aorivrs wantko fob SUNLIGHT AMD SHADOW Tht Ftuutt Setlmg Juok errrumed. An entirely .cw Work by John B. Gouqh. Thit frrati4 work now for ihn firtttime pvtifitfirti li over flowina with tender rmthon, opicy humor, nnd coo.t thiupn for all. It it outselling ill o'tier Irookn three tonne. lil:ifB nay "(rod ' it.' ThoiinundB ere wmtinir fr it, end Kepf-rta frc.ri j.'t'iiU nn7-74-MW&-t'ar firt ivrft.'nwffl-: oiiu r-i 86 In if fiJ more sU'iniIh wnritcd on --ennt ' s, - r--. M. WOKTlilNUTON ft CO., PuliiMit-re. Hai:T'-'om., r-ivT, AGENTS f AGENTS t AGENTS t JOSIAH ALLEN'S WJFE HAS "ItOTF. " A TUB ltKST AM) FUNN1KST OK ALL. "My Wayward Pardner." ACKNTS WAXTKO in every Town. IL.n't nils It. lull e-nd fnr Circular nt nr-n', ntid sciiir.' territ'iry. Addii-tia AMKltlCAN PI lil.lSIIIMt Ct lUurtimn, C'naM. Literary Revolution. 3f r" fl t" eaili. fo-merly mo to $1 .25 cachi Wbll I UI Miiciill.aj's l.lle ot 1'ltMeni'k Ihe (irent. II. , arlvle's Life ot Holier llur; s. II I. Ijk lliurtilie's 1 lie o Mnrv Qm-enof Scuta. IV. 'I'liu'. Iluhe,' Manliness K f P l! TS ea i1' ,,!""'r '. ,1;V.' uf Cliriht. O Wbll I O .a,h: I. Aruo:d'a l.mlit ..(Asia 11. liol iMiidli's Vlian f W.ikellcl I. III. Lulon MnncliaUbeti'a lrivi-;& and .s-irli isinr A Iveiitili Fr MX lluiiv.in'f I'lliinn'o I'rnin-ss. Illtfelraieit rntiiloltue sn.t fne. A ML Kit' A.N ini'K KXrilA.NUM, John 11. Aldeu. ,M;in iuit. I ni mi. I'.uiidm j. .N'W ork. CELLULOID nfc EYE-CLASSES. f Reiirnfcnline- the choicest sel. cte l Tortoise Snf.l) at d Amhrr. TLe lishtest, lianr'auinest, tnd girongi-st k- own. Soil by 0;ticinns anil "WKlcra. AI-lilM OV SI'KNL Jr.lt UI'JIUAL. 1 KG. C()., l: MuMen Line, New York. SAPONIFIER I. the Original " Conoenlrut.-d t.yt and Reliable Pamllr Soap Maker. Ulrei-tli'ii. aivoiupany eai-h Can for iiiaklnf llxril. Mutt and Toilet nn q'lkkly. It ia fuU welclit and alreniith. Ask your grocer for SAI'ONI VI bAt, and take no otlierr. PENN'A SALT MANUFACTURING CO., Phlla. Tikis ClalinIIouss EsUbltahcd 1808. PENSIONS. New Iaiw. Thoosanda of soldiers and heirs entitled. rViuions dau back to dUcnarg. or deata. rime UmitetL Addnaa, with suna, orohuk e. i rxoiv, t. 0. Drawer aa, Wauihliajkton, D. O. realQess,Ear Diseases, catarrh. ar. . K. Slf OKM A UK It, the well-known expe ilfuced Aural Kurxeun, Author, and Writer on the above liieaBeR, may be consiiltfd by mull or p"rnaltv at Ina otUce. lo. iilH Wainut t., Keaflinw. 1'a. Hie email book tent free. Hi. lare and cump t-tc work of Ji7.j pa'ion Ucafness, litst-uscg of the Kar and Tcuuila, and Catarrh, and their proper trtatnieiiti yrice 94 by mail. NOTR. No one will question Dr. Shoemaker", itand S1r3SM J.ESTEY&CS Brajtleb ono VX DANIEL F. BEATTV'S ORGANS! 14 STOP. St'B nASS&OCT. COUPLER iONLY$65. bent on Trial Wai ranleil. Catalogue Free. Addreiia DAN 1KL . UKATl'Y. Waaliini-ion, K. J. llalr lyelstheSAFKSt and 11KS 1 ; it sets luaianu ueotia!,prodU(.inK the most natural .hade of It urk or llrowni does NUT STAIN Hie KKIV. .n.l 1. ...II. I lUO I AUUItU O ,,r, ii alio,, and a fuvorlte onevery well Uip.dllted toi let for Lady or Gentleman. Sid by UiU Kl.la and ap pikd ly lltilr Dresne a. liep.t. r W II l.iniSt J4.Y. C. N. OKITTESTON. A!t VtHSrsatri) " " n w I'tltt'dl li''K. IlmMV La I.-.1-" J.imny ' Ir.iin it. n iii II I ill Ilk 1. t' alite tu a oliila 'a locil ol lliat waaiaaiA a name. Child S year's old isn um one. To tntroilues them, lor t week, ivo will presi-nl one ou receipt ol ttamf. Addreas Oak Hall, boston. Maas. PURETEAS. A Kenti Wanted everywhere tj tie i to rmuinefi, nutete una large ouluu uiei ; lruet I Oik iu the count j , quality and ternii ihe he&t Cuur- vj Htrkeiutjii Bnoii u can or write iiitt wblw ti CtiMPAN'Y, 'AUl Fu tun at., N. Y. P. O. liiiiV!. 1.l .l..rviU.'-N I si s.sMil-M. BUtTHatj i lt.it atoMM it sUaskfM.1 $66 A WKKK Is toot own towa. Terms and i Outst Ilea. Addieas U uuun 4 0ov forLand, alaius. w AW K W kj BBT lul ska. 1