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fgg COLORADO MA6& MULIiBR.
•Wand Mailer, on trammer'* day,
jjked the meadow sweet wr.ii hay.r
War clofterinK trc»#e#, backward
JJowb
•.neath her ra*tlc hat of «traw
eJta
Sd
vmvw
her graceful trtwolder# bung.
on yon clond-capped pile. Pike'a Peak,
trickle duwn his rugged cheek.
«cr lip* Uke ripe, red cherries eleamed
Bart-beck* *iiu heulth aud beauty beamed
Har hand*-oh! dainty hrown were they,
£d deftly raked the new-mown h*y.
sir form, perfection's *elf eathroMi
Jt breathing Psyche, gtrideDtonwi.
II.
thought* were on the checkered pMt
ffce lovtns, Are graces, and on the bu»t
age wiW-fiowere ocarre a fortnight «fti
&u jitext, keenest augukh told.
*or wealth, nor power, nor law'* renown,
Ufcs -lately home iu Denver towu,
BU. f«!low-townimen'F love and praiae,
proadeat fame, the greenest baya
Held anghf of hapiine*« for hiin.
jfat death, lu spoiler, cold and urbft*
id matched, with all their wifely
e loving spoueea from hi* arm*.
wretched man I Fire times
him what earthly joy wac left*
III.
BthJadge
heavy heart and tearful eye
came riding «lowly by,
jien, like a madden bnrtsl of Hgbt,
aud Muller" flashed upon his
'ft
0%' i^ore, mysterton* power divine!
What elamicltjr lit thine!
fi« a/«d entranced. Straight froM 0
She f«mtd to hi- enraptured eyea.
A gift from Jove, from Heaven sent,
cheer this vale of discontent.
gni eweet fimplicity! puch grace!
SacO queenly form! such jMjerlessfacet
Be pnzed: he niched hi* heart away,
]U kneeled before her on the bay.
And breathed a tale of deathleca low*
That mast have moved the gods above.
She softly smiled and looked away,
Bltll raktug up tbe new-mown hay,
Then panted and, grandly, like a {MM,
0he pointed o'er tbe meadow green
flaw
"Th
where a stalwart yeoman stood,
et's Bill," the caid obaarvahim good!
Unless you've got oncommon grit,
I gaeaa, old chap, you'd better gU
Viltlg
/VflWt
Johanna Sebu».
tin pott Goethe tells a sad ud beau
tiful story—and it is the more sad and
beautiful because it is true—of a young
girl, Johanna Sebus, who, in the year
1909, whfn the sea br«ke down the dykes
and overflowed her native village, proved
herselt worthy of a great poet's song.
Johanna, or Joanna, as we would call
her, was only seventeen years old, but no
one in the village had the noble spirit
and quiet courage of this strong, true
hearted girl.
When the waters rose around the
houses, and the waves washed up to the
very door-steps, Johanna knew that there
was no longer safety excepting on the
high irrounda near tbe village. But how
were they to reach those high grounds?
The water was nearly knee-deep and ris
ing every moment. The roaring and
surging of the waves and the wind were
heard in every direction, and tbe dyk«
was giving way, piece by piece, before the
rushing flood. Every moment the dan
ger increased. There was no time to
hesitate.
Johanna's mother, an aged woman,
could not force her way through those
raging waves. But Johanna was tall and
strong. She took her old mother in her
arms and stepped boldly into the water.
Tlie waves dashed against her, but she
pressed on. Her neighbors, a mother
and three children, seeing her leave them,
were seized with a suduen terror. Not
until this moment did they know how
much they depended on the brave Johan
na, the only person to whom they could
look for counsel or help in this hour of
p«ril.
After a word or two of encouragement
to her mother, who trembled as she saw
the waters boiling beneath her—so terri
bly near to her—Johanna turned to her
neighbors and called to them to fly to the
hill close bv, which was yet dry, and
wouid afford them Baiety for a time, and
assured them that she would return to
them as soon as she had placed her
moth w on the high ground. "And my
poor goat," she cried, as she heard her
favorite bleating after her take him
with you. Don't leave him to die."
As soon as she reached a place of safety
Johanna set her mother upon ihe grounu,
and, without a moment's pauae, turned
around to hurry back through the ever
deepening water. Her old mother cried
out:
"Oh! where are you going* The path
i» washed away! Oh, my daughter! wiil
you go into that dreadful flood agiinJ"'
"Mother, they must be saved!" said
Johanna, as she plunged into the water,
by thij» tinrif more Hum knee deep.
The dyke was now on the point of giv
ing away entirely. A hill of water seemed
roaring and foaming toward the village.
But Johanna pressed on over the path
which she knew so well, although it was
now covered with witter. The waves
dashed against her, almost knocking her
down, and drenching her from head to
foot. At last she reached the little hill
where she had left her neighbors. liut
almost at this moment the dyke gave
*ay a mad deluge rushed in, "sweeping
°ver everything before it, and around the
little hill' soon boiled a turbulent sea, ris
ing above its highest |oint.
As the great waves roll over the ground
°n which thev stand, clinging in terror to
**ch other, Johanna's poor neighbor and
her children cannot keep their foothold.
They are washed away, and disappear
beneath the racing flood. As they sink,
one of the children seizes the goat by one
*J'rn and drags him down. Thus, all but
Johanna are lost.
Johanna stands alone, still firm and
strong, but the waters are rising around
her.
Who Is there now to save this noble
prl? She has many friends and many
lovers, but no one of them comes to her
D(jw.
Nothing comes to her bat the salt,
waves. Nowhere can she see even
wat.
She casts one look up to heaven, and
wien the waters surge fiercely against her,
and she is gone!
Now nothing is to be seen where the
ww
Bat as the survivors gaze upon tbe
vide-5pread dcs.«iation the thought of
the brave and beautiful girl who gave her
tjife I'or others throws a deeper gloom
Cp^n the mournful scene.
Anc! even when the waters subside and
fcr"
.boi glance* ihat would tatw
km iceberg'* frown heart or, felt
fjeir fire, ihe enow* would melt
i true purtsjoS and force.—JoKn
in St. Nicholas for May.
Force of Imagination.
An esteemed friend ot ours heard much
lf the medical properties of the water of
a certain spring some distance from where
ghe resided. She had read a pamphlet
that enumerated many diseases for winch
it was a specific, among which she recog
nized nl least half a dozen with which she
Was afflicted. Much to her joy she was
fold that her son had a call at the very
town where the spring was located, and a
five gallon keg and a strict injunction
Were laid upon" him to bring back some
©f the water.
e
The keg was put in»o the wagon and,
•lipping under the seat, was quite over
looked. The business was urgent
took some time to perform, and tbe i^k/oulcklv
tviller was quite forgotten. He had got
near home in the evening when, feeling
down under the seat for something, he
felt the keg. To go back was not to be
thought of, and to admit his stupidity was
Impossible.
He therefore drew his horse up by the
tide of a wall near which was the old
sweep well from which the family had
drank for a century, and, filling the keg,
vent home.
The first question was—
Did vou get the watert**
"Yes," said he, "but I can't see any
difference in it from any other water,"
and he brouirht in the kee.
A cup was handed the invalid, who
tdrank with infinite relish, and said she
Was surprised at her son's not seeing any
©f potassa is recommended to deodorize
your breath.
—The
Rural 3/etitenger
—Scientific American.
—How to Break a lJalky Horse.—A
balky horse succeeded in blockading
Hansom street, Wednesday week, and hau
to be taken out of the shafts of the wagon
to which he was harne-sed before the
block ad
de could be raised'. Few perHona Scikntii-ic
take hold of each end of the same and
draw it saw lashion against the inside
of the fore-legs. No sooner will the horse
feel the sawing of the rope, than he will
commence stepping forward. Follow him
up a few steps, continue sawing his fore
legs with the ^ppc, and he wilf go ahead
without
(}aiette.
—Tlie
-Philadelphia
further troable.-
Southwestern Advocate
Ullage stood but a wild waste of waters, more than last year. A few weeks of favrjw
give* an
*itn here and there a steeple or a tree able weather will put the crop beyond jr»if^ian,«uTw»»Tr iriT« cr»a Bvx.
up abow Ui* flood.
tmy
coaung«Bcy
oi
account of the results of Mrs. Van Cott's
thirty days1 revival cfTort ill New Orleans, year* with uever-f*ll(njr «»fety and aur:e*a by ri
She preached chief! v in the Ames JS1. K. Ion* of niother* and children, from the fctbl lnf
Church. Once she preached in the Al
giers M. E. Church tjouth. Altogether
she conducted 1J55 service*, preaching
every niglit and twice on Sabbathn, Ini
Bidf* conducting prayer and inquir)'
meetings. The
Advocate
says about 2o0
had professed conversion, and ol these
over eighty had united with Ames Church.
A verv large proportion of those con
verted were already members of some
church. The Arlccate enthusiastically
moves that Mrs. Van Oott be ordained aa
a minister of the Gospel.
Planting a Strawberry Bed.
No farm garden should be without an
ample strawberry bed, since it is much
cheaper to cultivate them than to depend
upon the wild fruit for the table. One of
the land reappears no one who knew the great mistakes in this culture is in
hanna can be glad. They weep for planting the vine in beds and too closely
and canno*. forget her. together. Three feet apart between the
This is a sad story of a noble girl.! rows and twelve inches apart in the rows
Only those who have read it as Goethe so is near enough together. If the runners
tenderly and dramatically tells it in his are kept carefully cut, the stools of plants
em, "Johanna Sebus," can appreciate i will entirely fill the rows and nearly the
spaces between the rows by the autumn
of the first season.
Levee*,
The plants should be planted as early
in the spring as the soil will admit work
ing, paving only the leaves and central
bud exposed, five hundred plants will
give an ample supply of !ruit for a large
family, and, if "Wilson's Albany is select
ed, you may be assured of uniform crops
of fair fruit, if kept clean and covered
with mulch during the winter. In the
spring let the buds retain the mulch as
long as possible, at least until the plants
show signs of growing beneath. Then i
remove from over the plants, Itaviu^j
the mulch intact between tho row*.-—
Western Jlural.
Beep Pattiks.—Chop fine rare roast
beef, season with pepper, salt, and a little
I onion. Make a plain paste cut into shape
i like an apple puff All with the mince
and i
Don't Tamper with a Cold.—Perhaps in
the whole category of diseases to which hu
manity is susceptible, the cough is most neg
lected in its ei.rly stage. A simple eough iej
generally regarded as a temporary aftiictioii—
unpleasant, atut nothing more but to those
who have pitid dearly for experience, it is Ihe
signal for attack for the most fearful of dis
eases—Consumption. A cough will lead to
consumption—if not checked—so sure as the
rivulet lends to tbe river, yet it is an ea,-y en
emy to thwart., if met t»y the proper remedy.
Alien'* I.uuff litiUtitn
rig a
•illy
difference. There was undoubtc
medical taste about it, and it did not fill
lier up as other water did, which she had
always heard of mineral water.
Her son hoped it would do her good,
and by the time the keg was exhausted
•he was ready to give a certificate of the
value of the water, it having relieved her
^f all her ails.—HoumIuAS.
HIE, FARM AND GARDEN.
—It Is said that one or t,wo geranium
leaves, bruised, bound upon a cut or
abrasion, will heal it at once.
—A weak solution of the permanganate ,,
in "the great eough rem­
edy of the age, and it has carried its refuta
tion by merit alone. Bold by all good drug
gists.
The Invalid A. Pta Picture.
Sec her pallid countenance, but a short time
ago the picture of ruddy health, the envy ol
the sehool and the pride of the household.
She was always welcomed by her schoolmates,
for her lithe form and pleading disposition
carried cheerfulness into their ranks. Dili
gent, puuctual and exemplary, obedient and
graceful at home, she won tbe hearts of all.
But alas we are sorrowed. Those rosy
checks and ruddy lips sre blanched by (Jon*
sumption. The voice ouei: so enchanting in
laugh and song is feeble, husky and sup
planted by a hollow cough, l^t us approach
her couch gently and take, her hand. Do not
shudder because of the. feeble and passionless
grasp. The hand once so hearty and plump
is emaciated aud shown bony outlines, wliilo
the cords and tortuous veins are plainly
mapped upon the surface. The pulse that
bounded with repletion, carrying vigor to
.K I the whole system, and imparting life, Iteauty,
vIvm.ltv h^1(h aml
says a corre­
spondent checked pear blight by digging we
down to the roots of his trees and throw
ing a quantity of scrap iron and covering
all over.
—Snow, or Bride's, Cake.—A pound
each of flour and su^ar, half a pound of
butter, and the whites ot sixteen eggs
beaten to a stiff froth. Flavor it with
rose.
—A well-known physician says that he
considers the following prescription for
purifying the blfHd as the best he has
ever used: One ounce of yellow dock,
one-half ounce of horseradish, one quart
of hard cider. Dose, one wine-glasslul
four times a day.
—Cranberry Marmalade.—Sweet and
insipid apples and those which are past
their prime and need to be cut up on ac
count of decay may be made very ac
ceptable by stewing and mixing with
stewed cranberries in the proportions, say,
of one part cranberries to two parts apple.
Not quite so much sugar will be required
as for the cranberries alone, unless th«
appies are sour. Btrain through a col
ander, mix evenly and serve at any meal.
—A Good Fertilizer.—Take 1,000
pounds of good mold, sieve and screen it
to get the gravel out, and make it as fine
as possible then spread on a floor, add
100 pouuds sulphate ammonia, 100 pounds
common salt, and mix with a rake when
thoroughly mixed add twenty live pounds
of pearl ash and twenty-two pounds sul
phate of soda mix well then add 400
pounds ground bone, twenty-five pounds
best Peruvian guano, and 150 pounds
ground plaster. Mix the whole thoroughly,
throw in a pile for forty-eight hours, and
it is fit for use. If it is to be used for
potutoes in districts where potato bugs
are numerous, five gallons sulphuric acid
may bo sprinkled over the miss. The
caution is added that the acid must uot
be used in a confined place, as the fumes
arc injurious to health, and that if it is
spilled on the floor water must be thrown
on it, as the mixture generates great heat.
deikate to
the touch. %Thc feeble heart cannot propel
the thin, scanty blood with forcc. Must
lose her while yet in lier teensv
Companions and friends gattier around
with words of cheer uud consolation,
and depart with moistened ryes aud rilent
#1eps. Must we lo«e her* No! there is relief!
We cau stay this destroyer of our happiness
and not suffer the loss of so bright a gem.
Something more is required now than dietary
and hygienic observance, for nature calls for
aid uiid she shall have it. Take this pleasant
medicinc. It is invigorating. How it allays
the irritable cough, improves the aopetite and
digestion, and sends a healthy tingle, through
the frame. The blood Is 'enriched, nrrvou#
force increased, and the heart bounds with a
new Impulse. 8ee her face brighten by de
gree/! (lie color is returning, her voice Is
getting clearer, and pleasant words are
s|xiken. The strength falters yet, but Is
gaining. Let us take her out in the warm
sunshine. In a short time she will be able to
go without our aid, a cheerful girl. This de
lightful medicine must be (iod-blesscd. It In
restoring health to our loved one. She la
emerging from her sickness sweeter and!
nobler than before, and Dr. Pierce's (ioldcit
Medical Discovery must have the crcdit. it
lias raised her.
S. K. ilm.A k, druggist, of West I'nion,
Ohio, says that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery has effected a wonderful CUT* of
Consumption in his neighborhxd.
Vineoah Hittkrh.—'The great merit of
Vinkoak Hittkks lias made them the
leading medicine of the day, and respect,
able druggists every where write:
lnU
Tlwy
are the, bent mid iru*t pofmUir preparation
in the market."
They have stood the test
of public opinion arid won confidence.
They sell rapidly because they cure. 11
vou arc sick you want reliable medicine.
VrNKf ut Hittkks commend themselves
to the ailing ami afflicted, as they arc de
ficient in one thing alone, viz.: the
that unduly excites the brain and
creates a morbid thirst for spirits! There
is no phase of Indigestion, Hiliousnem,
Nervous I)is ae or Physical Debility in
which they wiil not effect a cure. Inva
lids who are waiting away from a want
of proper action in the liver, stomach
and bowels will find them a vn&tUutwi<ai
specific, and a fountain of vitality and
vigor as refreshing aud exhilarating as a
cool, gutdiing spring of water to the
parched aud fainting traveler in the desert.
41
Wilhott'h Towic!—A Sate, 8itr*
CV*k
i« i ii- 1 i,, i,* tfiu worid-mjowncu /um provt-w Jikoii
in handling horses know how to
l-TI.e unprecdenUtd .ale of
Um( oo r„(|l.d
engage
BucceHJdully treatahalky animal. Wnen
he evinces his obstinacy, Ions ol temper,
imprecations and liberal beating« and
kit kings are the customary applications,
all of which tend to increase rather than
diminish hi* obstinacy. The following
simple and humane treatment is pretty
generally employed bv native Cnlifornian»,!
und is always accompanied with Hucces#: Pain, Ijkfokmitv am» lr\rH arc pre
Take aD ordinary packing rop«i, jass the vented ty the humane elFort# of the National
same under the horse's belly let a man I Surgical Inatitute, Indlana(K)i«, Indiana, the
Ui give up Its long-retained iiiliott* ^eerethuit",
and no hlll or Fever Iih« vet refused to full
into line. Whekmck,
Fatvxr
etora. New (Irlearm.
Fok sack
hi
aix DuvohuitiU
largegt iriatltutioD of the kind founded thin side
of the Atlantic fur the eurf of P&ral>)», Il»
eane] Jointu, all deformities of the human
liotly, Pi!'-*, Fi-tul :, (.'atarrh and Chronic l»ii
eafe«. 8«'ti(1 your address to the Iriotitilte,
and rwHve their larsre journal giving full in
formation and particulars.
Tbirtjr Yean' K prrlfar
Nur»e.
Mb*. Wisplow'*Boomtin flrrrp t» th« pre*rrt|v
ftlofi of one of the 1x»t Kemala niy»lcluii» and Nursea
lathe I'uited Hute*. and ha* been oned for thirty
111
lnfaut
of one
week
old to the
adult.
for
It
We
tbe ouUiUs
crrr-ct*
belii:T«
World in all ca*e* of DTSKXTKHY and
t»IAl:I lfO-:.\ IV CHILDUKN,
Twtl.ln«r or
Whether
lining will accotrijtai.y
»-acli
aniett the fac-alnulc
wrapper.
fOUBT aix lliDtonrs Dxauaa.
Chlblna Often Look PsU aad lick
Prom ao other eaoa# ».h«r haTtcc
weras la tbe ttom
acb.
mated that the crop will be 25 per cent. »o.--u Fulton *tieet, New Tork.
taiinw.
BBOWK'8 VKUMIFLbS COMFITS
—California paptra are jubilant over
the crop prospects of the State. Not only
is the average wheat crophiJurto«ta*redieauaaually uaedtajw
than ever before, but the average yiela
per acre promises t'1 be larger. It iB esti- CGOTI* ft bbowjt, Proprietors,
will de«troy Worm* wititout lajary to th« cblld, bdnf
perfectly whitk, and free from all coloring er otb«r
and
Chapimzd hasps are very common with
those who have their hands much in water.
A few drops of
The
Twin*
say« Dr. W.ilpole has lost his
beautiful chestnut mare. She died suddenly
in harness, it is supposed from bots or pin
worms. If the Doctor had uaed
Cantlryl twdttum Pvwler*,
The Northwestern Hons N*n. Oo.'s
Finished is'aH ia the l*et in the world.
fyAsthma can be cure*. Pee Hortt't advertise
ment.
\1THE* WKITISU TO AIITKKTIHKKH
TT sir nap
In thin unper
pirn** ur r«i mot tkr advertisement
THE FAVORITE JOME REMEDIES.
PERRY DAVIS'
PAIN-KILLER
A N
AIj1JET*T'53
LUNG BALSAM!
A S
Wij They Should Be Kept Al
ways Near at Hand.
l^Mn-KtlW the mom rrrUln chnlor* eure tbat
iri illr») »rt*ner h#» rver produced.
Sv—All l.uug cough ramedj, bm bo
ti rl
1
fc-r*io"K tiler will core cramp* or palm tn «ny port
of tin- tjrtU'iO. A single dote usually effect*
a cure.
4—AlbT!^ I.ung Balaam contain* no opium In any
5.—Pain K ilcr will curr (tr»tpp«1a and lm!lpe»tlm
If um i| arcoriliiis tu'lilrcftion*.
t.—AU*n"» I.unif Hainani a« an expectorant hat no
ei,iinl.
1.—Pain Kl!!rr has prnvM a »overptRH remivty for
lever »I1(1 Hjriie. uml clilll fever It tin* cured
ttlf nl'.tlliutr
l.uiis l.*!»nm l» an ex(V llont rruiedr for
curing lirorcUUn, *«(huiu, aud ait turout
ft liniment i« tinctinalwl for front
l': chilblains, buru*, bruliiei), cuta, aprulu*.
tie.
lfc—All' n't Lonsr R*l**m will wrf that terrible
eunnumption, *litu all oilier r«m«
(llf* fall.
It.—P»ln Killer h«» cured caae* of rhenmatiam and
n imlpm
alter
o' 3 9
cn 7 (I)
e o. 2 3
n
hi make money k llln
the u»«
ly thai uo remedy im», nupei
of tliia rcliahle Tonii:. No nplcru has lu en
fouutl to hard as not to yield to its nofterilng
hiftiieMce, and no liver m» hyperirophicd
an not
IIISK w
you •••hi make money k lllui
TIK" whether you lire K.VI'KKIKNCh IM11 th l.nrl
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HOUSEHOLD
PANACEA
JuhruHin'* Atwh/ne I.inimmt
ruhbed over the hands two or three times a
day will keep them #oft and white. Fisher*
men, sailors and others will do well to
remem
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The Science of Health
only l!'.i«tiate.| and Inde
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V w i oi k.
CONSUMPTIVES!
Dl*ca ii!I ~•. 1/r 1 JliJ k'lv• ri'1 ar. I
r-
•ddroa to 71# Bk"»iWAy, Nitw i oit*.
n ldlty of
tbe ttomach, relieve* wind colle, repnlate* tha bow
el*, and rive* refct, health, and comfort to mother and
Child.
It to
be the
dy in
t!.e
»'.e*t and Kur-H
Ueui^-
'iiedlB*.
and w. .'•• f- f- -f "V apt Ion
Care. kullir«al l»» yer« Ifoin iui.rf vu.=««, Uul
»offer lio mora. Addr««« 'with •tamio
G. w. i-I'.a/.ikk,(.Ievelaot,Oli.a
want' 1 for to k!-•• it It I Kll'T t*/ok
iiia:7:l::zz:a a zaUK:
t:.1u zizrr
,c 1
sis .si i-j-i.ii n
Ktvr* roil ».\ TIIIMi A I o k tl.at
Vi:n II* U t\ n 11 1 IIHiiSii I'HM
I.VIIIA ll.ltMn ..1 tin. j1, •,
Profitable Employment.
'!•. for I|'*I
Hpaaa ja TKA Ac.yiT*' »an'i^d In town and
I
f* mm
Arri'
IIK1III) &r<HO.,Mt. I/Ouli. Manufacture**of
JOH HUK AMI J'.l:i'OI.AH '0"
g*
a f" per mm. »*r»d hy jrcti*'ln* dl
V A re 1 froiti fwtorjr. Send for c»t»
tirl! WB ar.'l »t»U) about itze wanted.
3 School Teachers Wanted
•"•ty
It
bottle. None Cieuulne
of
tor
*il-e, froa
from any other cau«e.
Kiill dlr•• ti jr.*
WHY' «ei:d
Ct'itliS A tKkiMSti iM IS
NOT.
chtmtm, and Dtukn tm
.'I*
ff
A
y. «.«"!
llf
W. A. HKMMCIIWIS A«..
llrvtland, ., or H». l/)ul«, Mo.
country to till TKA, or (tet up clu) or
f„r |,e irwt 1 Company In
r*.
hiip^rtrrn*
prlr#« «fiJ
O*.<p></p>FAMILY
of
aa Old
»h«: S-.r.- t? arid fcuji. i:-r. Il.'itl
PKM hend fori-lr«ilar Klvli.if fti'lpar
".••• /iKCLEIt ii M'.l.t. J1UV, (Jili a, .,, 111.
n::'t
Why W1U V»u iMhrt
To all pemoe* —Ifertag
from KhenmatUm. Keaialgia,
Cramp* la the limb* or atom
ack, Blliou* Colic, P»In In the
back, bowel* or aide, we would
•ay Tint Hocsxholo Pajtaoxa
and Fahilt Lixtuajcr la of a0
otbera the remedy you want
(or internal asd exteraal we.
It bat cared the above omd
plaint* Id thotuand* of cases.
There la no mistake about U.
Try It. Sold by atl Drusrlats.
FAMILY
ZJHIMENT.
Sheridan't
he would, nodoubt,
have had his mare to-day—they arc death ou
worms.
KUHX'S EUROPEAN HOTEL—The *est
conducted, most convenient, aud cb^pest
hotel iu Chicago. Try it.
HOUSEHOLD
PANACEA
FAMILY
LINIMENT.
"THE THRESHER OF THE PERIOD.'
lt£ tRtt a.
This is the fmn-Mia "Vihk«toh" Tiihksckr,
whii-Ii ha-, crcatcil *u»'h .i u i i*lttt***i, in the
tni'le
ami become so rt tt.r kstaiii.iniikii a» the
"leu Si•!sr Thre*her" of thib litv uml K'-nerttioii
Mure
Itian
jearV alKiullnjf.
"'Ill l» largely imlontcrt Ty phjr-
*•1•1knm. ilrtinpinx, pulilic cpraWern, liitiilntfr»,
anO On' |ires.», .:i of ri.mmenil llr u*e
In cii«es .if coiii-li, coll and on»utuptlou, and
Cciiuuieuii 1L lu till' 1.IKlieal U-nuk.
Ttie above rnuonts for the u«e of theie valuahln
and utainlan! medicine* *ri» founded on factn. and
thouaaiula will confirm what Iium: «uld. he ilr
luaail for tli.'in lni rcit«iri^ dally, and larcenaloaara
I n o e o u n s
J. N. HARRIS & CO., Prop'rt,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Fopaalenil Medicine Dealer*.
seven UuhimiiiiI j)iin hjiMrM»iil
I
linnvin.l
trmin
KM
iltt
III! II, 1, nr HIIII I
rii«i r», tlmi
i-V T" W. TK
VV ». I'«
ini*n nt Kinp11t1111 iit. 11 .mil U 111111
«vanitti» Vull paitli ulini
lJiduc*sUiftUl4
A it- Jf-r irrular.
i.l.l.h,u Vcaey St, ii. V.
rK
25 with adtlreme* of I other* and
rec.'iva 'Htpalil a Klne Chromo,
"x'J. worth
.V).
'^ktrui*'!of to eleir n day.
h,r«ti* Ol., 11# houth v.!. '.. I'Mia., I'l
DR. WHITTIER,
0»a*dt»il'.
"OANBURT NEWS.
I )rii-
WAR
ear, 6 inn* tl. He ml »nt»crlpUon» to K. b.
UMA.s, Wen tern Ag*t, Journal
i
rlrt.
Chicago.
A i|W|»cnii!iiir u« th«r addre*» of ten t"it»t», wltu in
fin If u »)li receive,
fr".
ONE
Voi-fUv I'll.,
vis'
hromoand
i.e'i wcti.|ia how Uj (f"'h"*4iUt»Hp»!il
r!,'h.
pout 'Uy
IIW South Stb M. f'bila.. Pa.
A W KKK. X»i»ti wanied
A. HC'xiMil ,1.1..
liulueitu I'Kill-.
'i.I'M O tie. low*
^ACPer Day gu
9 A*^.%rwans«.wiw»«w
ara. t*«
«ihi Dr!''., Cutalofoeft**
ninety
niixer"* |rinotii-i thc^eni.i*hinn
i.v CMsyr\r.i kii for jtitun aa\ ing, tune
n .:. it nil money in
ikinjr.
Four nlci-a made, vlxt 24-lnrh, 28
!nrh, :7-llieli, mid ^«-lil-li llnilerm,
ttllliO, s, HI uml I -V-ai'inM* €iii(ia**
Ml•|^^^r«l***l^^ll^•,,
Si
e*-
iuii
tiiT.iinil I
iii proved
UAM ENblMiiN lur
|irin»l) In Men
III I'm
I'dltrAIILK VIUA
Strum !flik-hlliM
Ail |icis..!i mti'ii.Hnir to luir Threnhln* Mn
clnnes, hi- s«|Mirain« "alone," or llorsc l'mve.«
"Til'iin-,-' as well a- i:jkt« HaISKHH AMI KaKM
KKS who w-Mit tlielr «r«in thre*h«l, Wtvcil nix!
cl!'.ine«l to he lie«t ml* ihi.il'i-, are im iteil to M'tei
fur our new forty jintre llln-triiol l'iiui|i!ilet
.mil I'licuhtrx
rentfi-rr i
k'i'iiikI'iiII jkii-i i' ulai
nt»uit thene ltii)ittvel Mai lr.m'* ami other infor
nntion valuable to tanners and threelicruifi..
A Idreaa,
WIOHOI.S, SHrPAWn ro
tUlitl* I'rfft.
N O V K V
PRINTING PRESSES.
'I l.e II. .1 1,1
I.....I..I
For Amateur or liuatneiu) Por
|HMu-*, Hint iii.mirpiuM.ia lur general
Job 1'rlut my
Ori-r 10,000 In IV.
HfV.I, f, W(»i)liv.«Manufncture»
:iiiI I'l-nh-rln cvery ilcwrliitloii of
I'lllSTIMi MATKl!I M..
14'.t l-uderul anl
l"k'4
lilvcr lci,iiiti.i'i .)i ,|.m,).
I'Ktenta, and par-
tie* Intr'.iijiiiiK
extent of tin- l*w.
\^ent, Ij lianon, N. II.
AGENTS
WANTED
10
IIOMK mi
riii-r« we are n
ttirnu-
DAY.
S I O
PER
Knctland
»trcct», |!o«tnn.
*UBST«
MaeKnitc!.-.
r. Murray
l| i*
*!., New
i-ll
& I.iiilwlK. VI Mark" *1.,
1' K'.iiiiiln. 17*. Moiiro'-*t., ChlcitK*.
IOWA ANDjNEBRASKA
Mtl.I.tOVK
nr
AniKH UK Till- r.K: 1 AVD In
Ihe Went lur wk ii Ten \e«r»' H«|li, «t It
prr -ciil. Inl
«t.
tiy
tin
linrlliiKtoii A MliuOSirl
NO PAYMENTS REQUIRED
Itlcii
Noll, »«rin
lull HI,.I ft.
I 1UM Krel|flita
it j• Inti r"«t i fill y«'i»r.
IIiiihIi
mom. I
Klm hi
ion. Km Km re
"V3S-A.3?!..
For circular* an'l Ma|.«, nii fill inrtif -i ,n». n. irc«*
-KO. H. II A Kit |x,
Land (.'oiiiii.i^i^' iii i,
A S A
Popliftfti n A llim a
to
ntijf
fot l.ali
iu:ly
iiTi
Ailli«*»
vt
lAM'L 8. rnCH'l
Will f" iit
1'iiyslOIAN
Irf \iy
ntall to ar.y one teudliiK tholr
ram III
TK« kf«l'Tt-.|.
I
pnifrt«ii
wttliuMt onr AklbujA
h, |U'V«-'I luf I (ti
lii» -lint.!-,
$1
ytn
to it., \,y
iu«ii,
Till A I. I' tt Kul K FREE.
tlllllVIK, l»lui! •i«'i I',
t. i-iii'iim 'i
Kmi.iM i i-iiiA, l-rnn*.
ttfV«r full tlearri
l*: CircuUr* mini
Llastic Truss Co.,
•M Broadwaf,
Htw York.
NEW STYLE OF MAPS.
Map* of the I'nltedfctali n*o arranucl a* to
(five
th«miuri **'-r a ln*[i -1 :iliY tin* V. mter't Htntei tic
may wl»li to hi ciinp»iiiy ontli" *miii« ahi-ct. It*
i,i-!itiii-»»Biil orijtliml.ly'.f atyli-r'-ndcr It u inarki i|
tiicccaa. 'I errnr •-i»'l« 11'ifB lo Aynl* wl'lilngto
MHUIilkklrcHlu' III Kl SIII.AMIIAHII.
i l'A
lurk t, lilt a
ifO*
IM.IHHI MH,l» ION'I II-
t-V. ney k-*.ity.
Hc i.omf irt aiel n.itmtif tlon. !KO
l,\l n* IK» UITIIOI 'I'lll'in. Hample
t"i intiri i i'l'it iil|4.l0, KKKG, feeiKl for lllua
tr«...J r. ui r. I,K I'MU.r. I'.f IH'-Kli •l)..
UUI'bainhera Html. S»v* Vorh.
TENTS
Camp Meeting a L/a
Ai»y, KLAt.h, I', a" N I.liii aud UliAMUK
ICK' i
4^
LEGS
V.
O. Box
IMl.
A
1.1 A.
G. K. KuiUr, Hon & Mi Purrta,
CJUCAOo, h.lT*
aiwl
hiiUiimI I'nniplilnf Fre«.
CHAM. it.
r„
.-
|f
KVANH. Manufrar,
Ljtjmvn,i,K, rr.
I
LA Won'. Ki, ,rt fitTMt, CINCINNATI. O.
I'Klt V omniJf»l'-'i or $ i *-i-k
try, .ifi el,.* !,1*' W oil-r'' •./,•! wiil pay
*-1/ notfi O. WiWk 4C«..M»fi'/u.O.
n u i
SAw -.«« HA a,rfx to"
Slkippei hii] fsr Use.
8
Manufactured bjr J. Vf. CHAl'MAK
ti CO., Mii'iyi, IWD.
Hf-»end for a CaUlOKue.^Ct
"THE NEW YORK TOMBS.'
An account of Sew York'* fainou* priaon u.i ccl«.
l»f,-.ti-'l r-r lUilnal- Kuil hintory of Htokcs and H»k,
M'»il»ncl, Twe«j Walworth. Mr*. Cunnliii{ham
JJiini. II, etc. Oulekeiit »e||liiic hook ever Jjiilouhed.
Ajreriin now tnakluii to $*0 pt-r day. AUKWTli
WA.H'flCO lu every town. Ificfuaive territory
given. Ohi KD k, 4 O
bulMKriplloti Book*, 4 South i»rk Ht Chicago.
AHA V.
Ajf'-ntii
wanifT^rerv-wTiere ftirffc
VINECAR BITTERS
AiUUUUUUUUJk
Dr. ,1. Walker's Calil'oniiu Vi%
etrar Bitters
are a pr.rel Ve«etabl|i
,111.1
v
preparation, made chiefly from the n%
ti e herbs found on the lower ranges ||,
tne Sierra Nevada mountains of ('alifo%
uia, the medicinal properties of whtej|
are extracted therefrom without the uat
of Alcohol. The question is almoifc
daily asked, \N'li.-it is the cause of th*
unparalleled success of ViXEr.Alt BriS*.
TKRst" Our answer is, that they removl§'
tlie cause of disease, and the patient rt#»
covers his health. They aro the gretff
bltxnl purifier and a life-giving prineipltfc
a
perfect Keuovator ami Invigorataf
of tho Bystem. Never before in thft
histtirv ot° the world has a mdu ine
conijMMintlt'd possessing tho ri'inarkalillt
^nalitiis of
Vinkuak Hittkrs
\h lin i-KKs
Irufrtr1»ti
in healing tin®
sick if every disease man is heir to. The*
are a jreutlo Ptugativn a» well an a Tonitfc
relieving Cong«ation or Inflaiiunation ol
the Liver
ana
Diseases.
Vinoorsl Organs, iu Biliotu
The «ro|M»rties
of
Vinki
Dk. Wai,kkk||
are Aperient. Iiuiihoreti%
Oarnutialive, Nutritions, Laxative, l)inr»«ti(fc
Bedativc, Counter Irritant, Sudorific, Alton*
tir«k aud ADti-liiiioua.
It. II. ^i IIOIVAI.I) »..
nndticii. A^tm Sun KrHiiciveo. t'h!Ifomllk
anil cor ot Wiiolrtiiptoii iiml I'lmrltoii St* N. V*
Hold b) all l»rnuiT»«t« mill
CONSUMPTION
A n I S O u o
WILLSO^i'S
Caibolated Cod Liver 01
v W
ft* lll'-orv I* till*' Vo HI 11 "I llu
lo miiiii Uu w
t.tni.l initio-«v«t. m. l'hyntclan* flrul theiloctrlnc c.j^
r^( The r.-ally *tartllUK cure* perloraii-il uy
arretl-t IXfAt/. It U th«
m.mt'powerful antucptlc in the known worhl. H
i.tIiir tut" the circulation. It at On-« *r.ipi.lc« wltt
i irruption, auU decay cva*e*. It purlften the »»urt*a
U \,:(ure, n*t«Uirit in rcm»tl«g
i, i.»i i i ii I. -ii. .. __
Hiil uu In iRtvii wril|(i-«li*P',l ootfH«
aula ll»« 1» UKK««». I I "y
J. II.WILIiMlW, .lolm «*«., Vork.j
hi
ki.AlMstiN
iu ,v
V|-**t**m Aot,*it
CO.. »r. Lot'H
ovi u
500,000
am out
FIB
Have been Used since Jan. 1st, 1871*
A »'ifflcicrit K'lHraMfp nf thi-ir n*cfiilne*a. They at*
W irraiill-il ti. l.ri-vi lit clmftiiff «J• 1 toiim-aiiT u*4U
r,*iy tiMA.klt K on IM»H*KN or lUnlMy
If I'l Hit «-i| I meet li,n» HP- followed Have alu u ZI|M
l,i-KMlll Hnil, that jirmeuH ImtliiK un tllO
lin k. MM't u 1,1 iir«l ollur Kwen! I'ad,
to protect the olioulil.T from ifHllK.
A11
of whli tl arj
fill MLlr. I v lull iirs« 111h«,• -1" 'I !*. •'!*rl i..'Ut ihi: 1 'oifiA
H'Hte* anil raitHila. Mainifaclin ciTbv ZlSlO COBS
I.AH PAUiO., 01 IIAVV. 311
Ml.
Tl*»i Unman l.o« »»noivi- should be carefuttf
in n i
Wiifliieereii, .tN«!r
any iikjiih ot. '1
t. 111• r» In perfect, 111isi.
Cu!ltiou I*in*ii mil ••i-l
I Oir till-track lit ina
,. Iriitu Internal
put It In ifood v»..i k Itn
Iilfur pro\ 1 lit u
Ta rant's Effervescent Seltzer Aperieat
Ttie thiiroiit'litieHH with w(
Irritating the Ihi-a e|* the
I'
ll It cleiirme**
order direct.
iWi/i
$-10, t'u, itri'J
Uoad, ijuiulile and heap.
ltlii»Bt.
ie mid vlRor which ll iilU-
par ta |.i I lie n tiilmich I In appel |/|n e
licet I U c.«oI.
HiK. ref
ri**hiiivr
operation In the
III i.eitilnelie |i» ,. ui I l-i I I.iuhfevopcrtk'hrelief
pi and 1i*npa­alliifdt'it
rlor merit* h* a general corrective. Jimllfy the
jinn that It l«. heyond nil eomparUuti. the inont v alaa
blu laiuilj medicliu) of the atfe. fcuild hy ull ilrugijliita.
FLORENCE
77ie lsmy-cHHtrntnl Suit of thu
FltOICIM i: -IUIM. ,MAI MINK CO,
*IC&'rj' I lie -'••i liver, W I' !i:f 4 Wili^JO,
ud Oi-.tot A f'akt-r iriipmoqii. Involving
1200,000.
In flnull 1/ il« itiril tiff
ttmprrtHff
iiml'of
thn
I »i iState*th«
la fan 11.1, I (»l I I »i.,N ll ne h*H
Broken the
AIoii'i/i
iIy of JJiyh I'ric'l.
THE NEW FLORENCE
l»€k*
O.V/, K
ward
tiiucti 1
ni that fir it-g bark*
ami furn aril,«r to ri'jht atut l*/1t
Sim/ilftC Cheapest ISe»t.
SOLO ton A«H tin v. iiki TO
1.1 HS anil IM AI.I I(H.
April,
1871. J''l»retirr, Moth
I M» »lnn»tt»ni'/ll»in*tnm»in»llllllll
FARM ENGINES.
LANK A «OI)LKY.
MANUFACTmtKW* OP
Xiao Boat l3oftu.Ylo Favp
ENGINE,
I
ARMR R*tl*hrtlonOlUk
J1IOIIT, TKN, ANT TWIXVK nOIlHK rOMTEB»
iiiouuUhI ii a btroiiK W.14011 and ready for 11ae.
Our Improved Hpark Arrester in tho beat 111 UM.
Hcini
lUOaUated
ou application to
l,al-
CaUtoiUWI
iumiahad
LANE Jk UODLEYi
JOHN AND WATIJt PTH., 1NNATI. a
BUY J. & F. COATS' BLACK THREAD for your MACillN^
IVHTINT IIKIJKK nnil A QTU KFL 4
Ii :Tl icii
I 11 rcfor (Ik MO I II IWL^
dl'itu relii-f jjtiai'
e i riitii-ri-d IZyejr*, not ij ihk d.
A-
lit IM-, hlJt 11/11 II "W IMII-U V l.[
-im
lit a
i ou
tl')
rei en»t ot price, fcl pi ho*. A-k your 1)riiir^iit for
it. CI1AK. It. lll.K.-sT, itoclicaier,
DR. WHITTrEHr*1"*"*I'.cavcr
0 1 i i 1 1
AtiKMS»WJUforfeited.
r/,***Pa,Co.,
•nafui riiyfcitiaij of
C«llur writ*.
A\TKI), Men
or
week or
Women. taTa-
The Krernt Fr'e.
Wltt«
aloocb to CO WEN 41 L., Klghth atreet. Mew Tofk.
£j* I ri per liny J/»w Ae-nta wanted. H«-iid ium
©!.» to a n Aittit -o st 1 ouu.mo.
0*7":) KAC'il VVFF.kT Ag-enw^an.ed. PartilE.
tjp I iara free. J. Wo«thA Co.,
(it. i»uU. ilo.•, 1
,•
A. K. K. :4-W K.T,
'PHIS PAPKIf la Prlntaa witn i£ai)07etaM»

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