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RIRtL topic. Trim forihe HEauby and froli-irroworof tmt txpmxv. weks wbeo tbe cows were fed on raw ad hea of cookel meal. If tbe farnKr. gtrJcncr product Of toe dairy rj.ra8 moj erne ... i i--r go v ivwls roa la vise. It is well occa-ionallj ia those, TVpicV 1 1 let other men, expeneoc cd in fjl breed-ujr, give tbeir cpio i iD. A ou'ed writer on fowls vr: F r lTiDg heart, l-ct rcd. Urpe, hj-jnjrl besitbT birds of tbe Ixjrhjra varieii?P, with Irrc wj'iaie bodies, without regard to Ece points, such as pure white fiat ear-lobes, or verj vel low legs, or combs with just fire puiots, or ploaiafre ibal is perfectly wLite io the ulute "arietj ; or with out a w bite 6peck io the brown. It is cot that those points are any detri ment to tbe health or vig-or of the birds, but that constitution has Wn too often facriGed to tbem, which iften results in a strain of enfeebled hr which to iodre what tbe ef fect of cooked njel would be when given to make flesh, I must conclude that fuel and labor would be wasted, and that cooking bay it a positive in jury. lot. Where the purpose is to sell tbe Cilve to a butcher, then a Short Horn bull ebould be uedonthc, herd. ; Oplassi iBMklat' Scene is ths Ciiixf.se Qiar tf.m of New York City. r ci ltivati.no orchards , Tbo Chiae of tbig city b.ve be An Oaio fdimer nay: I buve an Lome verr fj cf u.t and are lotb old orchard on my farm that is pro i-1 to jjjh ?ig-uors t0 tbe privacy of ably fifty years old, which Lai bard-1 1 jjeir gambling or opium-smoking !v aor cultivation for the last twenty j... The will not even admit the r.u-ing calves axd eeef CATTLE. ' rear wb'D I moved oo tbe farm fi"'prjt;enco cf" tbeir Joes-bouse, which S .oie farmers have aa idea tbatjy -" K- . Tt.e orchard whs i wa3 formerly situated in tbe back thev can buv cows cheaper than ther !iiuit on Uie detune 1 c-jnewaeu, room on ,be groand n,0r of a dwell can raise tbem from calves. Tbey ; tbree years .?-, i; cn.iirate me via ; iag 'orchard, and plant young treed ia the ia l'.aster street. A detective ps where trees formerly Til H I ho b1fi to linr scrubs, that are .1 - ;t. i;i-k .. a .sha.ner : vacant piaee T"""B'".."lV;,r;! stood. I bare Ml-.wed cultivation good cows are scarce, and they can !?r three rears ,n succmou I do bc raised cheaper than they can be N-ce .t had a .aluury effect on the o d bought If a farmer has ve or ten trees, by begiun.n to look nore Cne c.Ive., be is stimulated to extra thrifty than before the culuvatiun winter loa- . r.- gQp. idnep near toe trees, out, suanow, so ply for older stock. He will grow. o " 1 "T ..-rl.ana .few ..-re of late lodder u"uu P"" exertion to produce their der, without lessening bis nscal from the Fourth precinct, with a re,- though handsome fowls. The ; cum, to be cut when small and ten- P - - .iai a,ima m.ur. ana Konie root i et,v' rw . 7 .t ,J. i 'csusiinir everr tree to die in ten years. if be bad do calves to feed; and tbee crops may be gr wn merely by a little extra exertion, cobiiug almost notbiog, and not taking a dollar from the regular income of tbe farm except for the seed sown. liaising cittle for beef is also buiaest that farm ers cm do profitably See wbat an Knglii-bman writes to tbe C'lnntrv Gentleman, as follows: It tteemsodd to an Eoliobman that riiog of cat tle and fattening f r beef should Dot be d ne in the United Sutes in con junction with dairying more than it is. Any farmer making bntter can rairie all the calves on skim milk, and when fed regularly and kept in prop er places, tbey w i'l grow and come to be as good in every way as if oll.in'pd to suck a cow. Tbu. bv having a trood Dure breed bull, and j country that are on merely using the common precautiou that bis dankand grand dann should have been good milkers, a very valu able herd or youug cows can be brought into existence, and alsj there will be a fine lot of steer, which, with the draft from the dairy cow!, will cive an uuusual sale of beef, I. ... r im mat aa n.n'h aa II 1 ha cattle bad all been raised by sucking I " nw"r ; "r ,ul,u " tbeir dams. As tb exportation of , meat to Kuiflaud will fcoou be uuiver- borns are accliasated American breeds wLicb originated from birds brought from the Mediterranean, and tbey have been improved in this country by circumi-ianees that have given them a pre eminent poi-iiion f jr the farmer, wbea birds su?b as a-e above recommended are selected. In re gard to loa Is for market be adds: Other breed, or crot-ses fr m tbem, are much better than the Legh ros, or any of the smaller breeds. Chick en" that are tbe result of a cross of a irking cock and Brahma beus are large and mature much earlier than m;t others. M jreover, they are hardy, fleshy, tender and Cue flavor ed, "iloudans in place of Dorkings nre also go d to ;ros on Brahma, or to breed with the first mentioned cro-a, as tbey kept np size and jnali tv. Hy mouth Kick, are also good table fowls, and arc good to erors i;b the above. V HAT AUK EF.I- D -It ? Probably weeds were created to make farmers earn their bread by tbe Fweal of the brow. Suppcse tliat none were exi.t, farmers would be come lazy, and tbey would not culti- j va;e tbeir crops, after sowing or j p'aatia the seed, aud the result j would be that the soil would become j bard, aud the crops would les than iLev now are, as thev must have PuliiraLinir an orchard to such a de cree as to cut the roots as above staled, is enough to ruin anv orchard ia less time than ten years. It is but a natural consequence; when the roots of a tree are cut off the tree is bound to die I preier shallow plow ing so as not to cut the roots. 1 have ali experieu'-ed be; e orchards are not cultiva ed that the roots are more liable to form near tbe f urface of tbe ground than those where cul tivation is repeateU every three or four years. There is also another drawback to cultivate an uncultivat ed crebard-tbe ab-nce of manure. There are too uiany farmers who tbiuk that ui inure is too precious an article to apply to an orchard, hence wo tee manr orchard through the tbe decline. I or chards a well as any other groyud. This is my prufical experience. Others may carry out their peculiar tie if th;y donire. As a guueral ; thinir, I would prefer to plant ort hurds tbe Grst year tithei- in corn or pota toes, or t-ucb crop? ttut would require through ut ' tiMfdr li 1 1- at : n iw unit nint:rinfr the : li u.Al M'irrvtl f!..n iroii-irf I heir irom loe l uilcu oiws, iuu t j refrigerating system will soon permit .lot r.tr.-ii tn 1ii in Air t.A moisture 1 wul ' l t if i r i a meeting of a farmers' club, one!"' 'ng buppea irom sou-ueru n.eml)er feaid be believed in dean j "d other Dorts. graxtog jo ibe bent graa aistricts win oecouie a ui:y ciliure, and indorsed the idea tha'. weeds were a beuefil lo us. He fitted bis ground well before p!anting,.low ed as often as possible, harrowed of lener, and cultivated at least onee a wei k until tbe crop was grown. At h price we bold our laud we caanot aEord to grow pwr crops. Another raid that be devottd more time to tbe extirpation of weeds than did mott of Lis neighbors, lie weut over his jaitures and grat lands tvery ceason, and cat out burrs, etc. A third mem her remsrked. that be believed in r.iowing the lan l well in tbe Ptftrr, '.ura it all over, then stir fretjaentiy wLile tbe crop is growing. He aiwaya felt better wben be did bis duty, even if the crop was poor. He referred to a field of corn on a neigh bor's farai that the weeds bad pretty well mastered. Tbe owner was a rran of capital and fully able tr culti vate bis land well. Tbe weeds bad taken fully one-tuird of bis crop. proG table business. U'EKSK i'OV.S. ou I would sow either wheat or aud then seed dowu into gras reason cultivation ca rre ' nnrkinc Ure Into a .fan. At the lat-t. prater meeting i'ltuouth CLureh Mr. heed.er was "kiuir of what be termed tLe "di- vtuepiit cf forgiveness," and de fiued ii hs "the ciij, i:t;ou to regard The Guernsey cows, wbu-b Ure i'? tiuuuues imw li.inn lutiwiwiail fl a finma fiVf Ant. intii tuoiim; t wrooif u.." 'uj tou tbe United Slates, came from tbeloj'""," Mr. Hnliday, that irlaud of Guernsey, ia the Kndish J beu we are abu.-t -rt, ofe to quiet channel, near where the Alderoeya ur arsaiiants oy kinaune..-, . ( Jerseve) originated. They are ! "1, yer with iimua-ious." au s .mew"bat akin to the Alderuevs, and jsered Mr ii.u-t ber, smtiiug ; "but i heir qualities are set forth "in te it's to be expected ibt the person London Acricultural Gazette as fol-! l' whom you are giving such aifcu L.ajc- A f.iir e.imoariiein be! h een tious a has got s CARE OF YOl Xtl tTOCK. I see no reason why young etoc i-hould not le as well cared for as that cbich ia roalLre. It mar be f aid truly, that a first class cow, or a valuable Lorse, cannot be reared from o poorly fed calf or colt. Such stock should be kept in a uuifo-ui, thriving .'ondition. In mild winter weather, tbey may lie at night under a shed, nd have the run ot tbe yard in tbe ay time, which is better than to keep tbem housed ; but in very cold weather, they tbould have warm jUtrtet8, not only for their comfort, j but also to save feed. If it costs 10 cents a day to keep a calf in good ' growing condition in warm quarters, ul will cost lo cents a day to keep it in the same condition in cold quarters. An English farmer writes : It is this Attention to young stock, sheep, ic. in England, which makes tbe tenaut farmers so euccessful and causes tbe -extra mutton (tnd wool: and it is tbis fake economy in tbe United States i of husbandinc,' as it is called, the best food, and keeping the cattle and heep short, in consequence of which I may be iu- o Keep cos selected animals on both sides would show that the (tuerosey gives in uuantitv not much less than the Short-IIorn or Ayrshire, w hile the quality is grpatly superior. One thing, however, must be promised, that the Guernsey is a steady niilkei all through the year, it being di cult and sometimes impossible to drive lier off, even before calving. She j will not, therefore, cuutl otber cows : in a rush of milk just after calving But though this quality k ' convenient to thuse w h for tbe purpose of fheea making, it is an advantage to those who teep them either for selling tbe milk or making the butter. Only it is neces sary, ia order to make a fair conipen nation, to take tbe produce for a whole year, instead of couipannjf tbe yield during tbe summer months only Tbe Guernseys are a larger breed than the Alderneys, and are said to pive tao.e milk than tbe latter breed, but equally rich; and in qnanty, on tbe above writer's farm, three of bis let rows produced an average yield of lib gtllons per cow annually, is iug over eight quarts daily the year round. This quantity ia not large, but the tuiik averaged one winter oue ponnd of butter to seven quarts. Xow, our ordinary dairy cows in this country do not average over one pouui of butter to fourteen quarta of milk, and the Alderney oue pound to eight or nine quarts. But neither Alderoev nor Guernsey cows are profitable $a dairy cows, only wbete their butter eaa be sold at a high they f-o lose flesh, toat farmers are price, or the milk at a corresponding .afraid of the winter, and they siuk money instead of gaining. WtVI.WJ CLOVER. SEED OX SOP. "When a farmer has sod land, on t hich tbe gra-s is thin, and run out to Fonie extent, it may bo seeded to clover, sowing tbe seed upon the sod enr'y ia tbe spring, then barrow the lund, and roll it. and the seed will -atch well. If a dressing of manure bo upplicd before the land is harrowed, tLe result wouli" be beneficial, espec ially if tbe land is poor. As soon as the grass gets so high as to smother ihe young clover, put on ihe mower, end cut it close to the ground; and in a few weeks cut tbe grass again, wheo tbe clover will be large enough to sustain itself: and ly fall it will be heavy growth. A farmer, who r , i. - n 1 1 , . 1 .j, I. . .. - I- 1l." . r.,. io-- r there is nothing that so sets tb ats of the crop ia ls4J: In the., . .w ' . . bats as a siege of scours. rfiiuK lunc nn m iir mail, ioe clover Laving the advantage, though the weather was onfavorabie eirly, there being a lack of moisture and warmth, old meadows particularly fuffering; but it was not until after tbe first cntting, and a dressing of jilaster freshly ground and cf excel lent quality, was given, aided by timely showers and warm weather that the growth really set in, and cow there is a cloud of clover smoth ering ,he grass and the few weeds that 6trire for existence. Nothing can be finer thaa this so acknowl edged by all who see it. COOKED FOOD TOE CATTLE. I bave always considered the cook ing of food for cattle and horses as an innovation of man, contrary to their baiare, tbeir needs, and tbeir habits ; cd I find that the practice of cook ing, or steaminp tbeir fodder, or tbeir deal, is fa. disappearing, as nut ueing proitable the test ol allthinga with farmer. Cut we must expect that some men will cl'ng to tbis cooking theory with great tenacity, oven if they were losing money by "it1 daily, because when a man bas nub- listed price. 13 some places, .tiieruey nut ter is sold to wealthy families, regu larly by the Feasoa, at from $1 09 to 1 -5 per p und: but the demand for i-ucb butter is too limited to ri.-k much of an investment in such cows as an experiment; but, probablv, there would be no dilLVulty in ob taining fifty cents per pound in any city for ail tbe butter from pure Al derney or Guernsey iniik tbi caa be made. IF.I DlVJ CALVES. A writer says in regard to feeding weaned calves; Bran mixed with crushed oil cake bas been found to do admirably with us. K belled corn is highly recommended, also. A little clover hay should also be given them every day. This will tend to keep tbem from Feouring. And we believe e calf ege of scours. Care -hould Ue taken not to overfeed. And to guard agues', this, let it be the rule that the calf shell lick out the manger after every ceca. And now, though prevention is better than cure, yet it isn't a' ays best to prevent; and so we must know the cure, also. A ;m ntle uao of long experience re coui iieoo i as effectual, a raw ben's egg This may be given by two per- -ns tbe one holding tbe month ppeu while tbe other administers the d.e I: is better to let tbe calf run with ibe cjw while it is cut of order, so that it t-Lall not gorge itself, as it is apt to do when allowed to go to tbe dam twice or thrice a day. Tbe sheiled corn had better be ground. In regard to lice on calves me same writer remarks: .Many things are recommended, but we have found that tobacco juico is the suresL Get some old tobaceo Etems, steep tbem in wau r a couple hours. Then apply the liquid, somewhat diluted, if very sitong. where the 'critters' are thick est, A second application and per haps a third sh juld be made a week or 89 apart, to make sure of them all lobacco is fa:u to mo com mon sense. Lauguer. j ) ou must give general iLsiructious to ouo w tj is setting out on a dangerous journ ey, and be mui-i be gui'!.?d by his common seiire io looking oct for the special daasrei a " "Ons otber ques tion," said Pr. Smitb. "Is tbere nu occasion for sueb a thing as self-defense ? Are we never to strike back r.. ... . . , I UOUI- Ol when struck:' by eertaiuly, jOf,0e was tho prompt rcplv. "A goodi..- knocking down is iLe best means of trace you could give some men. Tbere arc some newi-paper men over in New York lo "ould be moved by no otber argument ; f yo should ejjuk them ouce or tice a week, i think it vudij bo the tnencs of con verting tbem before Jo."' In illustration of this n jiui Beeeber tojd a story of his Western experience, wuijlu i,o "pi-eared to en joy fuily as much as hid il-ters. Old Bea llareu, one ct tbo.-e uu; sel&Kb men who went o;;t as minister amoug tbe first settlers of tbo U'cst, once told me of bis experience witb a Clackmitn, tvuo became very angry at bim because be h&i induced tbe biacfcpiib'a wife to join the church. Tbe burly felov' ihreateaed that be would thrush the !aa Out o; tr? min- Jster tbe Em cbatice be bad. Weli, Ben liev.oa was siugiog as bo wig riding along cue ruorniug through a woods on one of tbopo narrow coun try roads, w bicb don't alio one to turn 8'on either side, when ha met' tbi; blacksmith. Ifeir&tv there was no use trying to avoid a peeling. Tbe blacksuiitb U'.k his horse by tbe bridle and asked : ''Your ijaine is Haven, isa'l it?"' "Yes." "Aud you got, my wife into your church ?" "Yes." "Well, stranger, you've got to con;s oT thai horse. There's go iug to be a Cgbt here, and oue of us is going to be whipped " Ben tried io argue wiLh him, but sic it was no use ; u so be said he was aorry, but if be rout to must. S j be tied bis borcc to a tree, ui;d tbey eat at it. riomctinitM be was on top and tha blacksuiiiu b under, and sometimes the ether man. Good o'd Ben said he never had fciich a i; his iife, and he was very SJre that uoiiing ia tbe world sus tained him but raee of God. Laughter. He kept tuiuing it wuuldn l ao for a minister ot tue go-pel to get whipped (laughter,) and he thought lue uivveuvt sound he ever beard was when the blacksmith cried "enough " But then he only lei him np ou the conditio;! that tbe next prayer meeting ho held ia tbe village the blaekn.nt.ti should be '.here, and go forward to the aaxb a seat for prayers. And the b'cksniitb kept bis word, and he i.f:cr wards united with old Ben's cbi'icli. Now, said -Mr. Beeeber, emphatically, "be pouuded the grace of Gou luto that man. "Laughter. Tbe iaHieur of pa.n is not nece-Siiniv inconsistent with the spirit of forgiveness. I dou't tbiuk tber; can be a mistake aU.ut that." Tbe Ilrurlit ot ljuibinx. Dr. Greene, in hi. 'Troblem of Health," eavs there is not the remo test corner or little iulet of the min ute blood vessels of tbe human body that does not feel some some wavelet from tbe convulsion r.ccasioncd by good hearty laughter. The life priuciple, or tbe cen ral man, is sha ken to innermost depths, sending new tides of life and streugth to tbe sur face, tbus materially usding to in sure good beiikh to tbe person who indulge tbeteiu. Too liiood mores more rapidly and eouveys a different impression to all tbe organs of tbe porter, visited tne vninese quarter at the Five Tointa a few evenings ago. Passing through the narrow hall-'vay of a large brick house, a court yard was reached, at the rear of which are several old buildiugs w here a number of Chinese live to gether. Tbey could, or would not give information, insisting that the joss-house, which was once connect- jed with an opium-smoking resort, jhad been abandoned. Inquiries i were made at a Chinese store, wbicb was filled witb Celestials. Tbey as eerted nositivelv that tbere was "no smokee."and that all'Vmokee China man gne in countree." A trial was then made ia Mott street, at wbat the detective said was an aristocrat ic Chinese establishment, but there was uo response to several vigorous pulls at the door bell. Fortunately, as the search was about to be aban doned, a Chinaman who spoke Eng lish witb fluency, was found, and be, after a moment's hesitation, directed tbe party to No. 47 Mott street and Dually consented to act as guide and interpreter. To reach the resort of the opium smokers it waa necessary to go through an alley way at the side of No. 47 Mott street, and then across a roughly-pared coyrt-Vrd, a ourn- ev not made witbout circuity, (or it was a dark and stormv uigbt, and no artificial meaca were used to dispel tbe uloom. Stumbling down four or five unexpected steps, the visitor sud demr fond bimself in a small room, lighted by a single fceroseoe lamp. Tbe room was about eight feet in width, by seventeen ja leuiftb.aud the ceiling was low. Tbere Ws a small cooking store at one tida oo wfcifb, in a shallow tin pan, a dark mixture rescmbliug iuolMWtf, lowly simmer ed. Tbe furniture was poor in quali ty, but comfortable. In a corner, a small frame work, rising to tbe ceil ing formed two bunks, one above tbe other. Te walls were adorned with a few cheap colored grjijis. aud the floor was partly covered with a rag re.rnet. The air was oppressed with a strong ojo, Reminding one of a luii-eed oil factory, or oi" fdrippiugs" cookug As they entered au ota Jbi Saman, with Lis grey nair, out witn out the cue or pomume of bis country, cair.e forward with a poi.ui $ir, while a joung Irish woman, of good cp pa.'oiice, hurried out of au iuuer room and I-joL $ ?et in a corner of tbe main apartment. evefo- the riiiiors curiously. "Lives berc iji'Jtti these ClilUieu,7' ays tbe detective, pointing to tbe girl, ''jfkrifsujarjy ii.h one man wbo was in the otber room wuii Utf." "f)o many of ibese L'biue-e bkve wLiu i wen 1 Fiug ithtbein?'' "Ob, yes. Tbere are none ol tut ir women nere, ana manv inerican and Irish girls in ibis nart of (ho oiif find it easier living with Cbinaoiea tbua H 'PV own people. Tber bare' lttje or no work to see to. Jobo d ies ail bi own co'.ktiig, washes bisowa cloibei, ioo aud bis girl d esu't have much e!sa U tQ b"i keep berself neat and clean if fihe' hah tn jev'matiou that way." " ..- Jbe old China uan was disposed to hi cOQiUiunipative and hospitable He threw open tbe door vf lbs inner room and signified that the visitors should p?s; ju. It was a much smaller apartment tuan tj;e first. It CoDtajneJ tbree bunk frames, a tin kIu cue and two that were double, like that in the outer room. It was just posniLU) to tquete between tbem, so closely werb ihry prowded together. At the side of escb bunk, against the wall, a small board was placed i,3 n slanting position. Upon tbis the oj.iuuj sooer 'h pillows rest ed, for tbe Chinaman indulges in Lis smoke lying cross-wise, and not tt full lenirih upon his couch. This space uCords position for the smo king apparatus wLivb rj?'.'st resl al bis sile; moreover, by tbis arrange ujent two suckers can be accomqio dated on one bunk, retlicicj face to fuse, witb tbp apparatus bawpeu tbem. Tbere were two men with out coats, waistcoats, or tboes, iq tbe rooai, both smoking. One took oo notice of the intruders, bnt tbe otb er, a bright, chatty fellow, straight cucd up immediately aud expressed bis willingness to dem mstrate tbe method ofopiuta scokiog. At bis side, upon a square 'piece ol oil cloth, rented a Japanned tray. L'p-1 on this were a tiny Jarpp covered with a glass shad ; having a itb in , the top; a sauiier fof cigarette or i garsebts;a email ivory bog, about tbe si.e o a tbimble-case, containing ihe prepared opium; a tose cup to receive the burnt onium, to be mixed with sorcibat was ireso and smok ed over acaiu, uzi two pointed wires resembiiug f-leuder kniUiug ""edlcs. Th bamboo stem oT tbe pipe, nearly a fool long, ij'as jt least au ioeh iu diameter by no miitcs a comforta ble size for a mouth of moderate di mensions. Te boi was large aid flared at tho top, and would bave been perfectly solid except for a ,, i email bole which looked as if it might bave been pierced, by one of tbe needles. Tbe Chinamtn leaned up on his elbow and dipped one of tbe niggles ia the ivory box, taking out a dr jp effort opium Irom wbicb be dried tbe mosture By holdqg it over tbe lamp, then be dipped it into the box again, dried tbe adhering drug Ihorougboly, and this be' repeated uuiil a suijieot quantity of opium for bis purpose has Leep collected. Then he threw himself back upon tb pillow 8, with a contented air, and, placing tixp low of bis pipe close to the Oame of the lamp, sluiced the opi um into the hole with a needle, in, baling the tmoke as be did so. A few puffs, and be sat up ajajo. That is ail be did. Tbe crudo opium, be explaiued, was simply mixed witb water, plkced over tbe fire it could be seen on tbe etove in tbe otber room and stirred until it became b past? Sa, like that io tbe ivory box. We asked if tlje stpoke pro duced intoxication or stupefaction, o? ballgci The reporter, opon being invited io smoke, threw bimself upon the bed and drew vigerpu8Tyv. on the pipe, while the Chinaman poked tbe opi um into the bowl. Tbe Grat puff caused tbe impression that a spoon ful of veuerable lard had been swal lowed by mistake; the second brought up memories of younger days,, when tbe first cigar was smoked. It was a pleasure to bear tbe gurgle in the pipe, anaouueiug that tbe opium was ex hausted. "How you feel now?" asked the Chinaman, "pretty good bey?" It was a singular fact, that, although the rp Tier had eaten a beany mea! a c imperatively short time before, be felt after smoking aa if be bad been i.h out food for wen ty-four bours. Tbe youug woman in the cater room, wben asked if tbe white wo men wbo lived am og tbe Chinese were addicted to opium sm -king, replied that sbe did not know of any eucb cases, though there were many wbo ate opium. There were some wbo never bad an appetite for tbeir meals unless tbey took ao opium pill first. 1878. the 1878 Pittsburgh DAILY? DISPATCH A TAPES FOR TRT FIOfLi T.ITrrt ! Breathing- Foal Air. Tbe air we breathe, which a great English physician calls gteeousfjud, may become impure to tho degree of being indigestible to our luugs and utterly uu til for tbe performance of functions which are quite as im portant as those of out solid and flu id victuals. Dull bead.ieCes, nausea, loss of appetite and of tbe sense ot smell, and tbe saduess produced by tbe unsatisfied buuger alter oxygen, are only incidental and secondary evils ; tbe great principal curse of the troglodyte habit is its influence on tbe respiratory orgaus. In 1353 wben Hanover and other parts northern Germany were visited by a very malignant kiud of sua ail ojx. tbe great auatouiisi Ltugebect, tried to discover "the peculiarity of organ ic structure wnicn ousposes one mau to catch the disease while his neigb bor escapes. I bave cut up to ore bu man bodies tnan tbe UIU Man of tbe mountain with all bis aecjmpliues," be writes from Gt-tungeo in bis sem i-anuual report, "aud, speaking only of my primary object, 1 must confess that 1 m no uer tbau before. Lint, though tne mystery of emall-pox has eluded my searcn, mv labors hare Dot been in vain; they have reveal ea lo me sometoiug else ice origin of consumption. 1 am sure Oow of it bat I suspected long ago, vi..: that onlmonarv diseases have very liule to do witb tD"eruce or witb erot ic excesses, aud uiucb less witb Oold AeaiDer, but are neatlv exclusivelV .'if tee except ;uberculous tendencies lunernea rrom 9 tn parents, 1 saj quite exeusivelt 1 produced bf "the breathing of foul air, Tbe lungs ol all oersons, miners included, who bad 'winked f4f nuiu rrs ju tloe Woiksb-'ps aud du-l laetories, bo- ed the erms of the fatal disease, whife tiuuljrtj'ed inebriates, who Had passed tner (Jays ;u " u ar, Lad preserved tbeir respiratory organs Tts lbhu Jonral ol Wiisten PsiwlraiJ, aoi one of t!ie Lirgt , Liieiist, Ciml - and M HewsDaim' ii tii Diitel . Stats. : FURSISflED IX CLUBS OF TEX AT SIX DOLLARS A YEAR. AXD POSTAGE PREPAID. intact, wli;U;;er inroads tueir excess es had madg ou ite r;:t of tboif tys-p.-m. Jf tboyld go into practice aud uuertake tile cure of pousump tite, I should begiu by driviug bim into lUe Deister (a tieusely wooded mountain rauge of llaui-ver) and loeveiu hiifj froiji entering a bouse f"rayea"r'.r 10" i'rniir Sci ence jfviuhjy Erery One Shouli Suteolte For I Those of our reader who drslrc frood elty MiuuM by aU meaaasubaotib fur tn Piua hun;li liiiwirh, a Lrio, Live. lndipiaJml Iuk the Latest Newt, anil beytraU uutwtloa une al tue must rouaable. reUable ami enunaiDlog Uailjr Juuroau uulilUbed in tbe United 8tatea. Tbe 1'isriT. H will enter opon Its 1'nlrty-tblrd year i'ii me ntn vi roiirurj. ii u mm lanreac paper lo tbe Stale, giving tbe laieat Dewi by uuUl and lele- nrpu imui an 4iuupieriui me glubo, inciautua tne tallest and nsnt reliable ;onnncreil mmi rinanelal repurui lull and relbible Cattle Mar ket, Kiveraud llu HeporUi.dail; rc.t ol ear- i .uu iu iu vnj, luciuuiu! t ;uurt newp, 1'ullee Keti.irt and general l.ltr Intelliirenee: Persuail-PulitlcalanaSueiety Newa, withearetul lyillKvMed buiuirial CoteoMiutii.iipoo mil the aore nnpurutui uiio ui uieuay. eurrespond encc Irum rnnoos pointnul Interest, etc. Whether !r the Men haul, the former or tha Family, tbe OiKPATtn will tx tound a most reliable jvarnal, and aa aueh wa can cheeriuUy eominend U to tbe rcaumir puuiic. i ne nest evlJenee gr tbe popn- lanty ol me IUBPATrn la the faot that It is read br aU eiaaws, reKardleas ol Uuanlry or Politiea, and enjuyt a circulation more than double tbat ol any paiwr In the State outside of Philadtluhia XtK:iIS: Hymll totinxle subscriners, post- hp 1" 1 1""1, vr, w ier Moiiuia ; in cibds ol IV, aa MO. Served by stents or carriers to sinKle sMhscrl'er. J.l cents nor wees; J'ostmasters are aninortitKi loraceu tingle :warver4 at 1 caeb. Send or a tjiewuien 4uy. " 1 The Weekly Dispatch Qne of tlio Choicest, Cheapest an(f Ucst family ews, papers -Published, SVESIBODY SHOULD ESAD IT. The l'lttsburxh Weeklr DiariT. ii. Ilka tha limly, is printed, irom clear, new tyne, and Is .one w, my iiiuivrxi k NUlllj )IVI, IHJUIUJICII. Al IS lanre lolra sheet etnla-aeinit all tbe more import au;neroI the weelt, careiullyeollectw and eon dunsou, and obiittiu limhiuu eRtjaU Indeed, aa a neaniuiivr, 1, taotut ari!rl br anv similar puimmMi iu -Aiuvriou; wuiie me eare w ii n wnieb iu selections are made, renders it a most re liable journal ..r tlie tainil) a journal replete , iiikcieriiuK utimiiiik, uiu one t natcaniHi lan ll. u'ea". l'be Uulumereisl FiniMil ynH l ill Um. ports uitba Uaekly tlisr4TC; are made up with great eare, ana am always lull aiid reliable, while n its Cattle .Market reports eual attention li Kiren. 1'ha Weekly Hikpatcu Is turnhihed lo mule subscribers at VI Ov a year, or in elubs of tea at urar Alne-rics. ter it nei considered, aud every lauitly should nftie iu Ad-ireu KOUK AO'S KILL, M.bllihe.s pati, and tt eekiy iji;R..n.i. Jalj.y r ' J'ilUiaenc, l'itt.ufh rcpmwtiiwiiaiffi f year, or in ciuns ot t bl run a 'inner eratli to tbe party get r itp'tna truh. if k tne d,aue.t tiwr In fica. iu rite and the amount of reudlnj mat- A (Ism'! Ooaiitt tm at flreaia. Wh' ever bar habitually atteuded cireutes iu t biet couuiry, pays tbe Ney Vor .f"", reuiembers ibe, Conrad brotheri., acrobaiitf glowns. aud tbeir cohiieal perform auce, in a hich one pretended to be dead, h'i,9 tne utler tcjlded him about. Tbey repen'ly fept io (lermany. The L-indon Eia contains tjietollow ing t "us fveuinu: the elder Con rad fell to tbe ground alter a pretend ed blow, and vat turned auq return ed, as (i.Htf n!. !- nri))3 and leg? were jet feed, ho was structf and ku fc ed and dragged, but preserved a steady Inipaa.-to lity. Suddenly an expression of distress could be no ticed through the grotesquely painted liueciPi-tj of bin brother, wbo bunti Iy dropped on bis knees nd placed bis baud upon tbe heart of the inani mate clown, exclaiming : ' 'My poor brother is dead !" At tbis the audi ente ot,)y 'atished. 'Gentlemen,' caid tbe (Jitr.'ctl man, With tears in his eyes, 'I a.-sure you that be it. dead.' Tbptj takiug bim tenderly iu bis arms, he borp biui iror the arena. Tbe crowd appeared struck with tbe uaturisi ipuuer iu a bieb the bereft clown expressed grief, and applauded bim vigorou-ly as be departed. There vri Joud f beers for both, but neither oret-eu'ed bimself. Jleath had been more tborotigbly simulated l!an ever bef.ire." J.loiipd wills Hl hlt;inoher. ' ' ' 1 .- y. Ii. iillis of tlie Ellis II use, liardstuwn, iy., canto eh'piui? over bore to day iih Mrs. M IIie J-JIIit, bis S'ejiiuoltior, 4 dahiog n idow, fat, pretty, but scarcely forty, And tbey wouldn't atup until they avero d'j! aud legally Kplieed. Tbey readily obtained license fn in tbe County Clerk, aud went iu a back to St. M try's Catbolij: cburcb. where Fath er Klein made 'iheni oue teb. ipt;nfor tularin lis t lue lfealttt. St. Locis, January JJ. Senator Hlaine, Itepresentative Eugeue Hale and ei-iteerpiary of the Navy R Ac son, vb bavo bettu spending souiu days at tbe Hi Springs, Arkansas, arrived here ibis m iruitiif and left ioimediately for Washington. Tbe parties are iu C:ie spirits and good health, the waters of tbe springs ba'viujr bjen ver1" beneGeial to all of mem. THE WORIiD FOR 1878. Since the change In Its unmrletorslUn ' which took ulAce May 1, 17) "Tub Would has become the ormlitesu, prigmllet, mon scholarly and popular journal lu tue metropolis.". -lt la eiiterululnar, m'resjot-, briirht, ueotnt, lair, ar.d tratliiut?' i uoc3 wnniu witiingiT ro no roan, -no rreeu,' no Interest and nd party. - TnK WoSld bellerea the lleiuocratlc parry to exist for tbe (rood ul' the pub l.p service. 11 uoee not believe the public service to ejljt ir the food til the IWBocratfc tiarty. Taa Would believes the Koewy of ilankind may iw trusted to attend to his particular busi uu ot stirriua; up strile. It tbere(or seeks to promote peace on earth and good.will among men. Thu Would believes mat even the Moon bas two sides. It therefore gives every honest man credit lor supposing htmsell to be right, no matter b':,i "r.r.a it may nold bim to be. Tub WoitLDtoelieros that Sutuclet unto each day are tuaewls thereoC it tbereler considers It quite unnecessary to embitter eaisteoow today by Dunlin over the fights ol yesterday. Xuc ocld believes tbere was some sense In the old nupemttlon according to -which every day's lortono was tMiio.ed I thu Pnt oh. ecu seen In tbe inorniuK. lttnereortinn(s chat to lay ua a man's tirealUast-table rrleet mil of unclean lhlna anarry words, personal Muahbles and iFilitieal sunua Is a hoot as likely a Way f prop! tjatfhg bl uwi-alii , U put solders la hfi Tn Woai.n believes that 'Tnan the hermit" la not to be trusted without the supervising and elvllli Iny luiiucnccof woinap, and ttnerelore holds that a public journal wukb tails to attract the attastlou and eulisl the support ol the women of tha eonv munlty, will neither guide the public eunscience ar:ght nur give wise counsel in public attain, us a mere matter ol business, therulore. Tub Wdkld endeavors to be lair to Its opponents lo politics, candid ia its discussiua or public qoestions, just to all men ana "up to the latest news." THE DAILY WORLD. HO to i. j t;, r, postagre paid. ft 60 six menus, postage paid. : tare uuntbi, pustae paid. THE WIEKIT WORLD. (1 00 A YEAR, POSTAGE PAID, contains the news of the week: letters sent by able oeapuMlu)i irum ail parts of the wurkl : bright and eutortaintos? sduorlaU. and eoutiui,ed atone, written expressly rur Thk World by the ben ao thon; lull repons of the markets 01 the rjnlted SlaWl and lureign countries r a Farmer's Depart meut, eillutd by 1. D- T MtKIKE, the foundV-r and .f many yenreedlUiref MLKJIiE'S RURAL NJSW OKfaElt. ' ' ' ' 8EAi; WEEKLY WQRLO. t; (a) a year, postage paid, Jl Uu lit iBonliu, postage paid. CASH PREMIUMS. To the person from wh im Tr World shall receive, previous to March 31, IKS, the money for the largest number ol suttscriber tit one year to tne Wkkkly Would we will given Unit piiie of S3M. 'or the next largest number, a second prise ol ( DO. For the two next largest lists of ebicrlbers, (1 0 each. Forthe two next largest lirts ul subscribers, two prise of 4'i each. 'iir the sir new Urgent litis, six prirs of ,'0 each, l-ortheeldvcnm-tt largest lists, alevea pslres at $.3 each. ' : .1 Those derjnius if oompetins; for thsss pslies ( which arc otfera 1 iq addition 10 1 he regular club iireinluins) Hill please write TortuM particulars to nu wuato." J; Jan. 81 PrH Slew Itwrej raptarewfaa Eaenpad Con v let . make the cattle to tbe world his opinions on nitk. but if not aooliod too freelr it I- ai .1. 1 toy -nt'jec., aie is wow to recant, and , does not Another writer, who makes ; body, as it viwts toem on tha: par autnii tiiai ne was in error. A Air. a business ,f raing caires for mar-' ticular mystic journey ben tbe man ; gave rie ia tbose wonderful tinnman, an excellent larmer, is re-, ket, gires bis way ol feeamg ihos :: is laughing, from what it does at oth-' nations so freqnuntly Jcribt 4. IJe f-M mtu laB'.fi ' iu ine rJ.mirjm i rm ' 1 Mini mi t? chAnM i . a tri .,K .as. . . na.j i.. .sat . v ; . - , . r . v . . ri -1 . . m s. aim autism rut uau vtg AC-U f m Crt, (at W CI HUIL'O. A L't IUI.1 irS JU (Jl l(? '. Club, as giving his experience ic this j the time the csivea are foar eeks ! good, fctartv laugh in w bicb a person ; mode of preparing cattle food, ia old, when tbey will thrive upon tLe ! indulges u.-lli to lengthen his life, ! which he say loa small dairy I'sour milk. Tber should have all ! converinir asitdoeu. aee tnd distinct 1 'II... ..tiH.ili.A .. ... . . 1 ar It I.I a i. a a a uej jouiuuius iu mr vuai jrces. iouti- icing seem origntcr, aua caused uiui three less tbe time will come wbea pbysi- to feel c'.tcaz. Sometiuies be smok- said that it did not. He bad stuotei it for tweniy-tix years- The tffect be experienced was a feeling of con tent, of happiness; it made every- tried cooked food a short lime. I ! the whole oata the will sit toukcora ground in tbe ear and I will commenca to eat tbem at jiuuivu ou o.uug ict, ictung me j or lour weeis ot age. If you wisnicians, conceding more importance 'ed irom 9 o'.clock io the evening till mess etand until cool enough to feed, j to fatten tbe calf, take a half pict of than tbey now do to influence of the 'one in the ' morn;nir. during vbi-h v -rt p CB, 10 lr cowf il o1. it with hot water, and ; niiad upon the vittl forces of the time be used from two to three boy week, ibeyw-ere then changed to stir icto tbe mes of milk for each ! body, will mako tbeir prescriptions : es of the mixture, at a cost of about .v. as. w a.uu aucu IflUl UCU : ('Mil. UliTUl M.U1 Till III D F . I L fin IV T hia m ir ttlft ra.IaaPan.a la tha ri 1 1 H nsi I C - - w- w . 'a- smviu..u f fcuo UllUU) BUI .wacyi UJroi, eu BllCI Li It t V to Lh iur lour weesa. i messurea tee riiim woulJ suirirest t&at I management taaies carefully and found no advantage in favor of the cooked feed. There was .no perceptible differcace between tbe 12 cents a box. When he mad a fine ones. I lee to drugs for them: aud ill in so : olentv of mnnrv. h iikrA tn s n.,fc tbe calf i tied doiug 2nd the best aud most effective ' five boxes a da'r. H n-a f.u,H ,r op and kept quiet, just as we pea method of producing the required cf-1 alterating opium fmokig with cigar ptgs to fatten them, the calf will fat-i feet upon tha patient. Phila'hihJiia ' etto or ci?ar emokicir. takint onlr a . 1 it . . - - lew whins at a time at each. tea more rapidly than if let ran ia I'llcrold. rcjlApELrui-V Jauaary 11. fames ibn-on, a3 reaped convict from Sioif Siuir. a papiured in this city to-day. He yras euieuced in ie V"ork city to fifteen ytar' im prisonment for rojybcry, god escaped about a year ago. ot long 3o, iu au Kui;Iisb court, a female witness oq tho oatb being administered, repeatedly kissed the clerk Instead of ibe bock It was some tuie before sbe was luadti U under stand the proper or at leant the le al thing to do. THE Perfeciiok Earth Closet. - S?5e39 . JOHIV F. BLYMYIiR PIALCIIIII Hardware, Iron, Nails, Glass, Paints Y QTTjB,, (ScC, 5cC Tha following ia a partial list of goods ia Stock: Ctrpenter's Tools, Planes, Sawa, Hatchets, Hammers, Chisels, Plane Iron dies, Ac, Black smith's Goods, Bellows, Anvils, Vices, Files, Hammers, Ac Saddlery Hardware, Tab Trees, Gig Saddles, Haciea, Buckles, Kings, Bits and Tools. Table Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Scissors, Spoons aiid Razors, tbe largest stock in Somerset County. Painter's Goods, a full stock. White Lead, Colored Paints for inside and outside painting, Paints in oil, all colors, Varnish, Turpentine, Flaxseed Oil, Brushes, Japan Dryer, Walnut Stains Ac. Window Glass of all sizes and glass cut to 8ny shape. Tbe best Coal Oil always on hand. Our stock of Coal Oil Lamps is large and comprise, very elegant styles. DiUton'a Circular, Mu!y and Cross Cut Saw. Mill Saw Files of tbebest quality. Porcelain-lined kettles. Handles of all kindss HUOVELS, FORKN, SPAIS, It IK IIS. Mattocks, Grub Hoes, Picks, Scythes, Sneaths, Sledges.. Mason Hummers, Cast Steel, Step Ladders, Carriage and Tire Bolts ot all sizes. Loooking Glasses, Wash Boards, Clothes Wringers, Meal Sieves, Door Mats, Baskets, Tabs, Wooden Buckets, Twine, Rope all sizes. Hay Pulleys, Butter Prints, Mop Sticks, Traps, Steelyards, Meat Cutters and Stuffers, Traces, Cow Chains, Halter Chains, Shoe, Dust and Scrub Brushes, Horse Brushes, Cur ry Combs and Cards, Door Locks, Hinges, Screws, Latches and everything in tbe Builders' line. Caps, Lead, Sbt, Powder and Safety Fu, Ac, Ac, The fact is, i keep everything that belongs to the Hardware trade, i deal exclusively in tbis kind of goods aud give my whole atttention to it. Per sons who are building, or any one in need of anything in my line, will find it to their advantage to give me a call. I will always give a reasonable credit to responsible persons. I thank my old customers for their patronage, ind hope this season to make many new ones. Don't forget the place 3STo, 8, "BAEIfS BLOCK." 'ITEW STOE E, jJiM, Store m Warelions hi e Ia the Excelsior Mill Building, West End cf Main Street, MOXKIISKT, FA. Aprils '74. JOHN F. BLVMYER. TENNANT, POETEE, BOYTS & CO. Sacceaaors to 3 ouffi'r. l'orter v Co. IF O TJ DST 3D 7 Maehine S? Forge Works, Wiitef Street Oppraite It. at O. R. R. Depot. ronqelHville, I'a Manufacturers of Railroad and Machine Castings, II. 11. Frogs, Switch Stands and Bridles, Trucks, Pit Wagons Lar ries, Iron Wheel Harrows, Stone Picks, IJunracrs and Chisels, Bridge Trusses, aud B,olts, Plows, Plow Castings, Cook, Parlor ft Seating Stoves, grates a Firo Frosts, Fendsrs, Hollow "Ware. Miscellaneous Castings M"ndo to Order. Machinery of all kinds built aud repaired, at Short Notice and Reasonable Term?. Also on hand all kinds of MaterIM used about Steam Engines. (Jas, Steam ami Water Pip FlttlDits. brass Va'Tes, Brass Wire, Oum Hose. Oum ami Fibrous racauig, Lieamer an i nunocr rwinna;. i;ouimn, riiirnn.riiriii)3, niveis, April 11. BOUTS ETC. We have for sale e a full an.l nrirtl siiM-kofan era I Merchandise, eoosiiii ina; of : Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware Quocuiware, Stoneware XIaU and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Notions, and a Largo and Full Stock of ladies AH ELEGAPJT SET lab 'a IR ' m m wm aa' -B m r m m The marked prlco of hh li la Fii'tcrn Dollars, Sivea Amy ta tha Ecaiers cf This Fapsr. 1 - us Jiavins larcrly mi l Jeisr Torsi Jraselry cons.t(iif S urrwipil,. Wil "'T nn:ilm"s for mannracturini; onr irj .!"i'i mi or'i'r n uiiruifeour eooia i-oine I I'.h ine of Hi- lit-.sl lHri;iilua ever ollereil. 8 propose li, feiiil I4iiii r i:-:iil (ii r,ri-r a l ull set of our Elegant it,i:vu .urn t fM, taruropaana spienuia (.sriil Jrarlri riilillc we' give to the 1. 41 CORAL COUFOIT. On receipt of thin 4mii,. I. .( hi-r wn H I oo to par expr Oge RllU malHiiff an. I ir on fur .-A rn,l,-x id, we will tend to Ibe rcru.fM nf lh fiipr -nr I. -miftnl nnl Vnltiahle Fnll Htt of CrNl JfVflry. t!i uuirit fr.c.ft wh'rh ix $13, W wlli not Uouor uu om. i iui'i n ronlains this coupon. iu si I; ?KR5cJ5i5 e5?a9 We will, rf Xs.ir.-f. Ifecklaca am! lro, l I we alao miinufiurtir.- m-.it i Combs. Willi li i ltiiiii'iv ( 'irvi end oil rmsll. I' il "; ' y;n seuq i.oiii iur a -i . " . TlxalHivP "ll.'r v !l l,.1 gu-it i" JJtlils pp-r nnjy. ai follovrs: .- 'i'; t.-'nt'iit. 7a celitf.; " 'fid iiiki, iwrtoitse Sliell M .iimiiil-. u hloh va will '--1 1 1 -:'.i.li vti"ii Willi IhcSct PlU-ibTH-Th, Pa. Hin' iy nyi from lliertataof - 3 clothino, SALT, nsn, WHITE LIME, PLASTEB, FEED Flour, eta., eta. ALSO tall Um of form iiuplerarnta, aasquir 1U !i a-a tbe CHAMPION MinVJNO A.'D KEAI IXQ M.VLHIX ti. v ; ma.ie aixl ..mmua nt'raiile. '.I Liulu 1ra.t v: Ui viul part? twine au-le f Wriuut lr..D ',. i' Steel, DufoiMetaJ uiailiii, 1 3 " The two Implement aUjve nuaieil ure m' r i;r -1 H ibt.W. hdi Dien al.l-b a BM AG ! ' AiANTLK. Ooe ol uur cuitmerd toi l us that il b Iia.i iolu j lfo mow iuir Uiit-liiue!., be wi'Ul-l Im; veiyotie Tho Oliver Chilled Plow of. Iim-rent nombtrs. I. rone, two r three k,w( !irrni,te.l lo Wui letter, Kun Ue". r, L i-u r oo Mau au.l Horse, s. .-k U..ter to Kr. Lu Plow'!nnu?e,,ll'rV r,-uUr,""i c;cu ''urr.w tliauaLj first'lAii' h 'VC h-,OJ an,! f"r a!e"'r' ' macjiim:j:y, Whli li ne will warrnnt to be Well Ktuie ami (. fr-Kx! Material, itoas itm work asanv oth. er Jln.-hln. ,.f the kin.l am w!ii ark uo in.tn's tu..r,.'y urltit lie lias iiiveu tui . ciilae a iii..r.-vfc U tti -al un.t 1 ...tiiii ' cttwnnttj THE EM PISE Tlresh.r. t'ltaner, (, 8 aa.l 13 fc.irsc jK-.w-.r. . j iirat.T ai THE A. 8. FARQUAHR.ii er wuii 5liakcra THE BEST," an I tiraj Sol lirilj. The I..:- THEHOOSIERir-i Sce.1 Uri. THE BEST," Tim iaw To-nh Hit jr rjke. DOOD'S U'-rae-rak. CENTENNIAL -ir run 'lOH. lllSM, WATCHB S, STiT A MnTTTlR. .TTnWTHT.TfV CLOCKS, SILVER AND PLATED WARE, BRONZES, .ocl all otber goods bandied by the trade, locludlug a lare and full stock of WATCHMAKER'S 1 ATE R IALS OFEVEUYDESCniPTION. WE GL'AHAXTEE. LOWEST WHOLESALE PRICES. T. KT-T T. TO DEALERS ONLY. 77 Vi ft. h A vptiha PittsTinrcTi Pa RRnnnrl thirrl floors Pec. 12 0. 15. Barrett & Co' New Firm. jV !: IA: All Tim, leiSEUSS aib aitimatw. cVat always clean and free from dust, and xo ouoa can escape. Estwli.nf a'apteal f,r wsn la Roaaltals, H"trl awl t'aaililea. t'aa k aaed la tka i tieljovu mum F,' if J sej affeaea, JPrlcyie, t4 IB Dollar.. Address, Tfilh sump, fur circular, HENRY H. B. 6L00MF1ELO, f. 0, P'-X 4513. 34 Drjf St., .Vm Tfh- SHOE STORE, SOLOMON UHL, IImtIiik pnri'haMetl the Mism Ntore Itely owned by U.C. Heeriu. titk ileaiir in enllinir the attnttii ul pablic to the tnc llmt ua bave miwantl exyoc keep euuatAiHly vn b.i'id 110 coin pie te an ment ot BooSj Shoes and Gaiters uotii or Eastern and Home Manufactun as eaa he fuaod anywhere. We also will bare nr l)nl euostantlj a tall sn(ilj of mm OZEXX'S SULFllUli SOAP. Thor nc.iiLV Cures Dbeasks oftjif. Skiv, Ek.mtikiks the Comi i.k.mon, I'si:vrsT$ AM) KKMi:DU.S RhEI'MAIISM A.I) Olil'T, JK.'S S.rKES AND AllK.WlONS OF THE i'i iirir. n C'or.ni.ur Cost.vu.ox. lui itin.Iiia l.xicrnul ficmc-iy for l.rnp in:i, i ires ar. J Iiijiirici of the b-itin, not only K i.jvl.s ttu.'.l Hill t"V.ru.liiS Al 1. Ill.F.M- ri---i.i Uoiu IccrJ iiiinuriiit 01" ibs i..l.ii r:-i ti'lit.v;i!un of l!.; 1- r?s, l.ut also I'i'.-c prts'uve-l by the s jn .ta-l winil, ?uch as li-.n an.l rocJifcs. It rt-R.icrs tlio ci; ricLE n.:ru'i.v ct.rA. sMoom ani pliant, cn.l i-cij; a v::-.lesome DEAcnrirK is far j n:fcrr.i-iL- to any cosmetic. Al.LTllE KEMr'I'I L ADVANTAGES OF SCT- r';i- I.Mif"! nrr insnreU hv thk t sb o? li : h'h Sulphur Soon. wMch in adai- irrj eticc's, rciycrlics an.l I E- '.t nr. ! (:;.". "Tu'.a CI.OTHK.U ZT, ! I!N?.X T''-.l Asi.S C.'MM:"N:rv."LIl BV S rNt,Rl'rr. prevents uaid- vUctJ gtyno 6f fve b.1. rf it in bi. !i '.t r:r,s. P.i , 2"- ? HO C"its per Cak: per r.:.r3 Cries), COc. ai1S?.20. r TV ; 'ni Cifc i-e triple the siie nf ir.ose ai 35 C-. .IA. '! 1 ft X'V) tT RISK EH DVE.' - .. I. 1. r Bri.wn. ZO f ent.s. MELLINCER'S H..rse li .y r.il.. IlillMide I'Iomss, Taut Iron I-oiij; lIois, I'ouiiieMiontl C orn I Nerthrt,, NUklest, rain CraIie. Forks, SlioveU ami all KIIIUH or Plow Ca!, shears, rointn . JB a.a(vrv!. in tho Air.-lri.ltur.nl Imi.ie niunt nue tliat Iswurth kwpln,,. hi. n we will ,rv to Ml at u. li .rlrcs as win ue ,,Hr ,.,. ,.: aa.l as low as ti.i t t:in tx had arvnl-rr.. AU Ki4 f Proti'i-x tik.,.. it, rhtin;;f, t;vj rn'ju. ir..r;!( s'if;r, ter aiul tyg. kiiu't : u.u, 'i Kool. of vhUk v w.ji. iMHW ,,u ,,tU truth ur tuh, JIaf OTlCF living si i ir i!-c:iasj. from .1. tV. 1 :.' tit t mercbanti ic. I li. t n ; j t i ; n . ,n err entile lui-ttn ss v carrying on a it-neml atot-n, an.l most "jn'etluliy solicit putrnnace from the i.-r. I'le of this town and vi: init v. a.i.l r..l oi (itr4 awsBlnf pmds. 1 intend ad.liaj: irom irae to time. Such himkIs as ill make Hit HiK'k so complete in all tieimrttiii iils tlmt it ill lie to the interest of Uuumj in Wiint ol ioous to call and see mc before nurthawnn :iewhere. SoMEKfF.T. Pa Ei. E. Patton. A Desirable KesiMem e For Sale, Ii.llrr..rsali.-itiTresi.i- In S. :nrr..rt i;r. n,e..ntaiira:.a)a.T.ol Ian I at! i a ik,. !''eol C0luv:lll..n. ex.-1-pt lrTOr th,;.,- with an orrhnrl of Jioch. ire -l?-tr. i.-uit ,r,.. .' A l.rica .Iweilinit iiouawitli 1 rooiu. wasIi. a.i.f iu. K-e hc u.-e. well niloj. mu baro mrnio;. !K.os.r, has never failing ru,.,mi! w.iter ut u". .r. tin errvreen sha.linx. WrawU-rrv l-.l twesan.l bee houe. Tne cli-'.ihre fr..m ih...n..i..'. iu:.r, i, ..ne.liHl; mlU-. with ,vtm.-.n an.l ,i-.,uk walk the entire .liyiams. will . k. Irm im- July la. ' j an.l S.ll 1VC , . Kntii t:L. tl ln to r;t; .a;.:.i, i: ! t :. ,-;-.' ' I : wiiii . . t ; i" ' I''.-'" 80LB LEATJii. MOROCCO r, 7 SU!i It. ,U KNOW Ut rcadtpg and pracUcinf the laestimablr truths con. Hilled in tbe beat aaedlcal t - book erer ted, entitled tresis ofxhattrd Vrtalitr, Premarart Decline, perrons and I'hyflrsi Debility, aaJ the tndles poucumiUfib flls and untold initeries that malt thrrrfrota, acd rnntains more thsajGCoTiiaaipre seriptiotis, any one of which is worth the price 4 Ihebook, Tbisbookwasvrdtenbythcsaostex. tmsirc and probably tbe most skilful practitisars ItiiJ PStimBf.ed tfit liiprB re two' tbotii-aud fjur liur.dr.C'd "di.--ojdera t wbvti to fjij'uau Ira.oe in butij-ct. Wben Qiao is hll up 9'-t) lb" rheomatism, be U spt to tbiaji Loaf tbe entire number has struck ; bim io concert. m Arosmia, lowanra rsa awaraeaaaaiaaatjcir lied medal by tho Kational UedislAssociaiion. A hmrthlet, illustrated wllav tha wery tout recr x.urrATii:. a mar rel of art and beantr arst rU ta all. Brad mr It at oocj. AuJ.t;3 I'EABODV MEDIC AXt !XhTlTl'TE, ho. 4 Bui- men St, Boston. Mi?. HEAL 'THYSELF How many e alio vis dues, it take for t maa to say be bat been out on a lark; . Wby is a pond My Tike" a tiae Becausf it com. s to ibe t-u.-face lo blow. To wbat trade do tbe minstrels be long To tbe caulkers. , DR. VAN DYKE'S SULpHy SOAP, MafcestheSKIir BofU'CJcar. Ptr WbiU aad Healthy I ia Cleansing, lasudoriatn. IllslnlaaU li.ll. Soithlog, Healing and paritjlcg removaa PaRdrufr. haftna;. U leers. Sores, ErnpttnsM, abaigbneaa and redneaa of the acta : rellersslieh, Ins;. barn hi K and stloglna; of tow Skin, and Irrlta tlonof biting and sUnwina; tnsaeu ; will rellera I l'CH 1NU P1LF.S where nothlca elsa will hare nr effect; Is FREE FKOM ALL UFFEN ft.iy t OIXiR, and prerenu Uontacloaa IMsrsias, and aaa l4te,nai Medical and Toilet Prepara tion it haa no- IX4UAL. ' Jrlc.! Jittt ftoake; H"X, thrco Cakes. sUty eeata. - Moid I he Ooo w. Benford. Bometmet. Pa., and lrojrista '"" wcrjsi rjt. rropnetor. Uf CALF SKINij, Kll'S AND LIMNd Sb'iK8 if H IHlHlP, wttlj 1 rail Ha of v Shoe Findings. H. M'CAL LXJM, 77 FIFTH AVENUE, ArWpWYjoast., PITTSnrR(IF- The HOME MANrFACTl BE nf EXT wUl be In chars; of depart NEW CAEPETS ! 1ST. B. Snvdei?. , , Whose repgtatk-a for making Good Work and Qood Fits Is second to none In tha State. The )atttn is re spectfully Invited to call and examine onr stock, as w are determined to keep rnols as '! as tha baft and Mil at prices aa ktw as tha lowest. PULM Q N A is hev.jvl rnwr.,-1,1 .n the best rrmedr l..r r,, ..f MSL' Ur-TIUM .a ,Ta n AnvAv atWTAuia). 4.'.'a.i, liroarWis. ( (,,,. a!I a!, ltpr.f!f.ii,r;s.f ;h X KK Cll'S vsrill ln-iil ir cmtaiiilnK partkt r. 1 km or v ny nr.-. wsmuv iio-ATKi.. .n-Liuvtre irti. tr'-i't liM-nti-ithMuiseasrs h.,- Mtuw.l. an.l ri-r-tlllfiites uf i!rlu ilcom-f. will ! tr-e i.v m-iil toall appili-jnis. A.Mrras I 'Ml :AK -I'.lr's Sulr Hr-.rlet..r, Mt.Vrtl.tn.lt umi, xc'w York" ' J. R? lvi'ecahan, BUTCHER, AUDDEALEI., Wholesale and Ietail, in- lEAT.S! All iiiudi, fin L as BKEf, 'rOKIC) m'cttox, t'cal, lamp., SAUSAGE. J'uddin? nj , lis, Mince lie at, tr.4 LAUD of .'or own pi'odiifia. MARKET DAYS Tuesday, May and Saturday. ycnf run yf olit.-xinenl nny l-i y- dnrinat th ve-k. April 1!. LINOLEUM DRUGGETS At Prices of JSG'J. gOLOMON UHL. H. nAivn. (LirtT. Uee, .0 . r.th Ht Phlla.l'a. Pa. WhLlaaalo ; pot. aud N. Third St., Phlla., Pn. I July -a. . 1M- IraaM. UL CAsTVni. G25C0.-.: Airenta wanted. It..st- noa lesitmai. Partlrnlurs 'rvw. Aaonwj. a usial CO,: Wuo. a x LADIES Can-roli.r 'tVir own SiOi-Kii-t-i It lesf:. tllni. one t.-e.:t jmt j aL j.eof oqr "MAUI ' II 't's."-riuii change the e-.l-r their lr--?i . re-t- re t frei-h'-IK! an.l hrilll .nry U.i.vl S.las. ll.Tlc Ali.;w.n, Nerklls Kl.ila.ns. e or lmt!irt to theia n. w an.l Uelvslja-les Ll.tle ir.uNieatyl n..iiiii.il .1 eitt k ol aiy d-siee.l sent uo r.ni'int .,f m e-ut. aUifl'ri tit n. r. .e. I'.ftaae M .mi.a 34 eepted. Send S'arrp r..r Clrrnlir an t Samples. KKAHMkY t'HKHir.tl, VI Olt K. 6Curtland St. N. York. P. Bus. 31-1. OOlB m-TF.n W ATC n V.. Cheapest rtiui known worl'i. Santpit uict" ljtnls. AuUreta. A. Cue lijlb si ca. tLkagu. 045 PRFwtrw w Trn isisrnut-a m-aJjlfr.Kn a-itnv,rv Older. nit- D: Irea. J. iUOnj lord Col, Lh.tae'o.Ul.