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a mmu FOK LIFE. Thz recent terrible freshets la the James, the Shenandoah, sad other Ylrginb rivers, recall to my memory an v iting in cident which I witnessed at Mfhtimd more than twenty years aj. It occurred at ""the mVn ' opposite which the it y stand-. a point at wkfeb he riv r. m-hintr ver :i 1'd of loans mure or less elevated above th Mlfbtc, forms a variety of rapid rtri'll, in whirli it w;:. at that HaM the h:ibil of BOJI to swim. When the rivrr i low, those streams are comparatively safe ta the bather. H he is a good swiaaaaer; but. nraaa the earrent i iwollea hy rain, thej aaaaac .ry viaam and cfauigcroaa as aaaajEarouas utaVed, That the am iwaaaaan make haf" to et to shore. At the time mentioned I WM b:thin: in the talis, when the Midden rising at the stream warned me of the miliar danger, and 1 hurried from the water, fa an in conceivably brief space the river laat lev and feet ;and. half an boat afu rwar l. Iba whole breadth of the falls WM I mating, ragiiur. Lbtnasng aam of waves, dashed agpunst the ja r gad focka, t fall back la clouds of frmn The nasctacls araa at aar beantiftd and terrible. The ritianai bad ha-tenetl down to witness the right j aiaawbl Band Iba bank; and all eyes w.-re directed to Sanyo's Bridge, sgafaasl which Iba aravts were lH-atiim with eer -increas-iut f i ret when Mahrhmly intelligence mn UaTOOgh Iba crowd that a boy. Who hau been sarbaaaiag, wai caoglri oa a mass of rock in inid-.-tirrci.t. in the falls above. With Iba real I basried la the poinl -i in t en st, and reached Iba hanks ortposite the nx-k ujon which I he bevy had taken laAaja. It rose abom filly yardb from the hoce, aad arae aneady environed by the raging current whien boiled around it. t h n i a tag nj cloads of muumx The boy was ebool -is-teen. Iender, entirely asked, for his clothes hail u "u washed away; and wecoakl aeetbal he was wbMeamh the an! icip.it ion of swift h-coming destruction. He eltuag f" :l wanll saatnof sSmtm grow ing out of tba rock, and hi- eyes ri re al ternate! v turne.', npon the furious torrent stuaaJ him and upon the crowd oa hon. M -nv hunure 1 persons had nun klv a- smnbtecl, ant each one hurriedly 9tiggered some u ans "I ivsctie. None -et una sible. No lyo-.il COttk live fi r a m ment In sneh i torrent lha waves arotrid have dashed it la pheea gains! the rocks. The only ptfcihi2 means of saving the ly' life leaas d f, be for soaae one to im t bin with i rope; bat to ssteaspt that up eared lo be going tu a certsta death : and. m'.ense as the pity and sympathy of ike eicv.i' had become, no ow seemed willing to essay the desperate rnierprise. Xean while the water icad.lv rose hheber.and grea ever more tbreeteaing. ine '-'jnvnt ;! wnje on which a moment before i:td bernvbith jnt fry as at b the tttrmee, aow eatirely die aDLieareil; tie loaiiuir w-lers -tcudih crawifd up the side- of the ma-3 Mpuia I which tii- bojr Mood; and at last the angry j waves washed hi.- very feet, a- ae clang j despairiajrjy to the swaying sheabs. A fee moments now, saw plainly, wonkl nd the tragedy. The onhappy lad woold ; ouickly Je wmhfid away oi ndanerged, n etthei event ha would be -wept to the jacired leiges below, and his frail Conn I aasned to piece-. The excitement of the crowd had now haeoam iatenae ery one held hi.- beealh, ; paralyzed by tni- sr cavte ef I human be- ; mg about to be larenl to destrnctioh. All , at once, htfwevet, a loud shout arose. Ev ery one hnMOMd to the snot where a m;m I was throwing oat his clothes. A brave ' spirit bad resolved to attempt the rescue af the bor; and I hnnied with dm res to look a? him. As I reached him he had Hipped naked for the slsjicratc wrestle, j Tie was tall, poneilUlly-lbtmed yotmg j man of tarenty-two '; three apparently,: s employe, i arm said, in saw of the great man- I athetorka en the riv. r. aiul his rlt ar, brave ; ey-- tats no alga of f ar. Without a araanl headdressra hmmebT lo Ids perilous work, t-om up the river-bank one oi Iwq hundred yard- above, he lied the end of a bub of (wine to hi- body, mounted j P' n a ledge, made a vigoroits die to j reach the ojen cwient, and ri-iu stmek i f)Ut vigorosnly ndd the hage waves, i The crowd Bkoott 1. end then held their breath, caring at the hgnm of the swim i wtttf who nteaed u Beta feaf wpaa th ftukjue torreaC. lie was -wept along l-'i-. lii;jitiin, !a.-h- d over the hnge bkhkal j r .cK I !nu BKntkmed, and the great aan of foam which marked it: a moment af U r wanl another shout ascended, like a r .ir, i frm tae crowd the twimmei L:. i reach ed the nck wbereoa the by si-m1, and bad eh.'ch d a hauinir shrub which en able I him to draw- him-. If up ant of the caldron. We could then fallow aU hi- Bsovemeats They were rapid, dei have and - lf-posa -ed. Indeed, not an instant va- to be lo.-t The aratet bmied already over the summit f the ma of nv k. above w hich only the bendinir sbrubs w re now seen. Theyonag man hastily drew toward aim the twine. t. a hick those oa show had attached a rope f lae si.e ( i fielen line. The rope :.t Its: reached hha ; clutched it ahnost havcely, lied it araand the boy! waist, then in he same manner secured i'. aruond Iti- own per.-ou be hi advance and then, just us lbs heil of eaters foamed up around Idas, saiglag waist-high, be threw himself into the enrrent, drawing the !y after hhn toward the -hose, where a hundre 1 hau 1 sresa dmggmg at 'be rope, Tliat lew moments' struggle wb.h the j fury af the riod waaene oi I he amM es- ! cithsg meahnts which I base ever witness- ; :. ine specuteir was inueea Martni. J le Hess f man and 1hi kWttC uM)n tlire;.ti lollars bnving bei t paid over, the lawyer aid : By Lt bg , B . that was a most gar- prising vertuet, const lenntr wtat tneitov emtii' at prove, 1. ' "Not at all," was the ctxl reply; ' Msmeryaan hod ssswsy, tktponL The merenn in that lawyer'- hump elf-esteem fell lo z ro. Smfut 11 vier. DO W S FLA T. ol BKKT Sim -II.Ll--TP.ATEI) BV KIS-. HOP- n"v"- Fi at. T!iatB it- i.amo. Ait I I rei kn tSsj you Are a stfSBger! The panic": Weli. I IhseglM it was true Yi ü;ar bat HUM n the river as can't fpit the atasi 1 ilr-t vie.. . it m called iltot Den w hich th.- -am r an a-? A'i'1 this is the how That tba tl.hiL,' ones to pass Jmt tim p your Immh toOtot l.u keye. ani tli ye dowa sere in the srsm; FARM AND HOUSEHOLD V..u -e tili ycr Dow HcS the v or-t kind of luek: He slijijped np soswhow m Oaeach ibiasthal he -truck. af he'd sfradowd that feacs x n il the dena thinned gel up and buck. Kocks in esiieciallv mam 4 -v- f i -.1 ST- lf- mine'! on the ! r Till he coaldal pay raie-; He am annkee wfes s cur nrSea he tunneled with Baten; A'.i : i Ike turn of iiir. troul'o ken five kivi- ncn the 84ate. M- wife 'if '"fill r'-- -ftfe The Management of Manure. jfjLKUBi is the key to all ncejemftll air rieulture. Hence the most important qnes tkm a fanner can -k is, how can I obtain sad apply it to the best edeantajK? To thmw what little lieht 1 can on thk ques tion is my object in writing this article. Our object i- to obtain the largest possible crop artth the least possible expense. The use of the soil is to hold the plant while it is fed with appropriate food, which is al ready contained in the soil or atmosphere. or whicb we supply lo it. The sooner wel can convert that plant-food into a paving erop, the raster will we enrich ourselves, :md the better can we afford to return more plant (bod to the soil. I' nee H is also an unportant question :t- to what crop will bring the most money in proportion to the supply of food onsumed. Manure cannot be appropriated rjr plants until it hns un dergone decomposition to a certain extent, Imt not entirely. Henee, if we entirely de oonapose it without too much waste or ex pense before applying it to the crop, the surer will be our profit The mote deeonv paaed manure is applied to the surface root- of the plant, the quicker und better will be the result. AVith this statement of principles, we proceed to our method of preparing and applying manure. Döring any time when our tears is not otherwise profitably employed, we send it to the neighboring village or city to cart home manure, w hich we dt posit in hes ps of from t wenty to titty loads, w here we expect to apply it m the spring. In winter, when the roads are bad, we cart from our own sard. In February we beirin to turn and break these heaps, making the manure as On :is possible. In Match turn again. The oftener it is handled, the 1. Iter a ill be the result. As MM n as are have plowed and furrowed our ground, are take our team wagon, load on this (me decomposed ma nure, and scatter it lightly in the row. or place atv .tu a quart in tba hill, drop on our eed and cover i. I am well satisfied that one load used in this way will ;j;-a good results to the first crop .-, :;.:ir loads spread broadcast and plowed under. Manure decomposed and lined will eom far again u fresh upon grass, with equally ssgood results. Mill 1 believe that the proper lime lo manure for grass i: w hen we seed down, harrowing it in with grain, a proof- of the good effect of the manure applied in this way. I give the results at experiments. En January, 1868, I drew noon two acres of groom about 100 h ads of manure, upon which I planted Black Caps in rows eight feet spart, put ting a row of potatoes between them. About one acre oa the south end arm Ha mann red. Last aming 1 continued the berries upon thi acre, and planted pota toes between them, putting ten loads of manure in the rows. About two rods in length of the portion manured the previ ous ye ir had remained implanted with lvr- i' -; thinking this was rich enough I planted without further manuring. Both the potatoes and berries made a better growth on the pari manured h the row ef notice where grain is growing in the or chard that the part under the tree is small er than that outside and away from the trees' The land is actually richer there. For years the leaves have fallen and de caved under the trees, but, notwithstanding thi-. the wheat is only half slit and nerer fills well, NoW what is the difficulty -The sun shines upon it more or less. Yes, thai i true, but that under the trees does not receive as much sunshine as that away from them. That which is thus partly in the shade can't digest so well. Why. "sir, if you will move your counting room up stairs, in front, and stand where the sun can have a chance at you, even though it is only three or font hours a day, you will begin to digest your beef better within three days. Have you never noticed that the only grapes that become perfectly riie and sweet, that the only peaches that take on those beautiful red cheeks, and offer thnt luscious sweetness, arc those that are on the outside, entirely uncovered by the leaves and perfectly exposed to the sun! God's laws are the same in the animal world. It is iust SI true that the only iritis with red cheeks and sweet breaths, the only iri rl w ho become fully ripe and -we t. are those who baptize themselves freely in God's glorious sunshine. Don't you see a good many pale irirls in your store, cirls with a bloodless, half- baked sort of face, whose walking, whose voice, whose whole expression i- devoid of spirit and force! Those girls are in the green state. Look at their lips and cheeks; they are not half rije. Send them out in the country, let them throw away their ara-o!-, put on their little jockey hats, and live out in the sunshine three months. and I would gtve more for one of them in any woik requiring soul and spirit than for i i dozen of those pale things that live in the shade. A pale woman! She makes a A .... . . . I er -iroou Rnosi, uui not mueii oi a woman.'" TaUii üont fVfanYs flhlUlfil. USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE. digest, and become a cause of inflamma tion. Some thought there was no danger in turning cattle into the stalk-field if they had water often enough. Others thought there was danger at first that, eren with plenty of water, th rnule would eat more of this dry fodder than they could dispose of. AH agree that, as a matter of safety, the cattle should at first be allowed in the stalk-field but an hour or so at a time, and then with plenty of water. To let them feed in the stalk -field an hour or two, then turn them into grass, is well, for the green grass will counteract the dryness of the corn fodder. After the cattle become accustomed to Ihe corn fodder there is no danger. "Smut" will not then hurt them Those who follow the precautions here jiven, will have no trouble from "smut." Those who turn their cattle into a stalk -field at first, and let them feed at will, and without a full supply of water, will run great r'sk of losinir their stock. Smut may be found in the stom achs of tiie dead cattle, but it will Ik- found with a mess of dry corn fodder, which would do the work all the same, were the smut not there." The precautionary measure suggested seems to us a very good one. "While not a practicable plan in many eases, we think the use of food with considerable moisture in it. in connection with the dry fodder, would act SS S preventive of the disease, both by reducing the quantity of the latter eaten, and supplying needed moisture. Turnips and other roots, cabbage and pumpkin, might be used for this purpose. 2f, Far nur. Ifhei to Market. Have the coinage to cut the most agree able acquaintance you have, when you are convinced that he lacks principle. M A friend should bear with a friend's infirmi ties," but not Iiis vices. Have the courage to wear your old clothes until yoC pay fef TOUT new ones. An individual who claims to have given years to la vest gating the lottery policy business in the united States, say- there are 20,000 policy shops in the country, supplied by 61,000 players, who aSord the proprietors, at a minimum estimate, $lf, '200,000 of profits -arly. An old cttiaen of Trenton, N. J., named Eldridge, who kept a20,000 worth of United Slates bond and other securities in his wife's work-box, which lie placed under the bed at night, lost box and all, few evenings since, but found the whole amount shortly after, with the exception ot aoouf l,v0U Cfth, Jn an field. 28 GOOD $12,000 BOTH Toa cud sol ht h eq ual to DOLLAR ROOK'- for M KNGEATINaa Ye-. for OP THE ABOVE f-r 50 94 GOOD DoUAH r KS 825,000 BOTH OF OF ENGRAVINGS Yes. T1IK ABOVE Rw for $3 f r 83 Wrfk Salary I-Tounz j ) F. H. WALKER men eal-ir-ai. Ad rk Kon. S. T c o Or. J. ' aiker'd waloornia VINEGAR BITTERS. 9 .r 4 - mf M f 1 tvftm:'-T-T ro tf.-ir tfiiamui They ire uc; I aik Tct Vizi .. f.. r Uum. V.'.a- .r. Pr-of i - : - I t z r Spirit Mid adjoining 122 GOOD 837,000 OOLLAR books For A i OKKK8PODDKHT of the Rural Xtir ' York r thinks that the mfe, successful plan j if to continue to cultivate bops, where the crop U established on (rood ground and in a good locality, notwithstanding the dis- i couragettfc nta of the present and two pre- ! ceding seasons. River water holding hne mnd in sus-j lt nsion i often diffieull to clear. In India, a little alum rubbed around the mouth of i the pitcher, so as to mix with the water, is often used to precipitate the mud. Alut ; i e thousandth pari of the chloride, or ni- ! träte, or bicarbonate of lime eflVctn the same object, or little caustic lime also an- swera tii " purpose. A obuespokdekt of the Photographic A' gives the following simple method of fixing pencil ami chalk drawings : "Milk three oarts; water one pari Lay the draw intra, face upwards, in s burge dish or tea tray; pour the milk and water over each one singly, well cover them, pin them up to drain, and when dry they will be as secure a s print or engraving. Fokxey's Weeldtf P)t&$ says the cases of: mi ii ie.l mivinrr ni' ?-rt:Of if iii th hill r- ot ten loads per acre, thanlhcy did on the suit.- from natural variations of the root, part Hummed the previous year at the rate with v. hich the flowers have nothing to ol Hfly loads per ucre. This land is not do, and says also that the dozen or m re ! achy, but a tena litni law biam v nieti. b tiio cuooi rK.o, vum .. ! j Last spring I plant. .; about one und a half duced in this way. As the sweet potato ncre With peas. ( pon one end of the Awm. nnt Mnaanm tn nittivntion th -o in. with fine deoompoocd manure, at the rate P ras loagh -mighty roiiL'h; u n tas sojrs ihej stood by, An-i they broofat him the ef.aT l or i iif .ro on UN t-i v . And the oat Wobssb walhsbs did wsebiag, sat look oa when no one WSJ r.iirb. Ii ' hi 'er luck of DoWt Wa.- s. aowarhd me in T .it t! e Bprteg near ti.e house DtM right np on tha KMSB : Ayl Bfl HUk fer; feet iovn tor water, hut narr a (l.-vip to DS it'.-u. Tnr'n Um tar paanad Anct the hoys wouldn't ttay : Anil the chilW u'ot atxit;:. An'. Mi wife fell away; B'U Daw. la Mi well, kept peggia' la his n-nal rt aikOotifi wiiv. p;it. ! I spread, in March, three loads of " vt -p? 7--. 4e MP IT Jl :. manure. t the rate of twentv Inod rn per acre, ana nim the reimnTt.ler .et ü, load- of hue mannre in the row-, fuul the turnips were equally good on both parts. 'Firrmera, you can no more afford to have your plaut-food lying anapjronriated in the soil than you can afford to have your money buried la the ground Use them both, and thus von win have more to use. Manure not for next year nor for five years hence, hut for this year; thus you can raise larger crops to feed or sell, and thus in turn make o buy more manure for another year.- -Cor. Country Gentle nan. Care of the Teeth. Wixn many fanners, this perhaps is tin most perplexing question. The season for gathering fruits and vegetabrcs as a rule, is 1 the best time to market them; then will 1 be the greatest quantity of them, and their quality will at that time be the In st. Vet j we hear fanners say that potatoes will be higher. He hears of rot in some sections, and be puts his potatoes in the cellar to wait higher prices. But rot and sprout and rats and mice, and labor and sorting, and in many instances exposure to frost, lessen, I day by day, the quantity and quality of this product, and he holds till spring, and ; then the market is flooded with men who thought as he did, and when ten per cent. oflos8 is added, be finds himself compelled to take twenty five per cent, less in price or not sell tit all. Apples will be higher, another says, ami he holds his to meet decay and trouble. Hop-', too, ate too cheap, and the grower piles up his bales to wait the moving of the market, and thus we might lay of grains, butter, cht ese, and of nearly all of the products of the farm, hay perhaps ex cepted. the most successful farmer (an n rule) he who can show the best balance sheet at the nd of the year, markets his produce when it is randy for the market. After having prepared your article- for the mar ket, as has been advised, take the market price, and pocket the money. Your neigh bor may, in some instances sell for a higher price by holding, but in the ex perience of ten years, you will be tar ahead. Produce marketing is done with, all waste, shrinkage and eare of it ceases ; and then, again, you have the use of your money, ami can apply it where it will be of use. One more reason for this time of mirket ing is, that dealers are in the market, and have made their arrangements for buying. It is important to the tanner, in dispos ing of his produce, that he should meet s good demand. This he will Ik; most likely to find when the article is yielded from his Gum, and is ready for the market. 1) alers have then arranged with banks for funds, and are anxious to invest. Von will al ways meet a poor market when buyers have closed their accounts ami eone home. Tn amount of ink product of ibis country is esthnated si about 10,000,000 gallons annually, all. or early all. of which is consumed within our own limits, le skles which we import a large quantity from England each year. The death rate in the British East In dian army, during the first half of the present century, averaged do les than 60 per 1,000. In the year 1S-W it had become reduced to little over 81 per 1,000. Twenty-Eight Good Dollar Books for a Dollar and a Half. We mil particular attcatioa to sa Adver tisement under this head . on another page. PSrhapa ia tieer or more valuable fournalfl are anywhere to be found than Jlmrtft enff Horn and the Amerir Agrlcvlturiat. Thev are nu.t beautifully Illustrated, and are filled with choice, carefully prepared, rrlinble infor nation, rech ss i needed, and will be highly aaeml in every family, and iv every person, yonngaad old. The HouMholdandChildreni Departments are exceedingly interesting and matmctire. Orange Judd & Co. are veteran publishers, and their Journals and books have long enjoyed an unsurpassed reputation fori reliability and terlhlg vain-. L the udver tisemeut referred to, the publishers take oc- ! ; easiou to show that a single volume of either i ; of these Journals contains Illustrations and i , reading matter equivalent to what would be found in good books costing twentv to thirty 3 UlUt II uiuuvj . ENGRAVINGS Ye-. OF 1BI AHoYE for tot time For fjossarjsa and Thru u Fi. orders, nss Itrotcu't Bronchial Tna ." kavtaa ; '.' - tbeir etVn-ieney hv a te-t of ju.-my years. " , Htverek wged tug ml mi retptcfing ti),t ffomth Hi " ', excepting to think better of that ichh h I began thinking tv V of.'" Rbv. Ukmbt v.m;i Bm mm. rieties cannot be the result of crossinrr or , mixing. ( Cukb i or Hook Hot. A veteran stock raiser gives in the Rome (N. Y.) 8entind the following as a certain eure for hoof rot in t attle, horses or sheep: " One teacup t'ul of sharp cioer vinegar, one and a half table-spoonfuls of coperas, one and a half laVi1o.ein lAaafaalai rt c 1 f InaiaanlaMi nolli- on ih hm oove tat ,io nr.t h i it boii You will be considered out of season, and V." if. Oue day -it wj- .i iel a fir SgO, jef TIM- OaW kein at BOOS T wrk iike the r !. a bovel and pick oa his dsthurer aid lis bit breast. youngest madu to i "Itor. ant a I lie pteg !.. the Well. Ami as itaadi ea lbs trink. A n: rt-i- tr a vpatl Jesl to loten and think; Foe Um bw hi hl eye J t lik tMr. sir. von kinder tuadfl th- cam i'liuk. Bit two ra.-'M fH in the gulch, were at play. And a gowad that h- r.il' Kir.iier Sftpfwd on a haj . iirirh. fra man to b bivln'. but h all a- TS i SI d '.iiC fuika rU . Anl tha'!- a pert h?.- Tiiet jou've prt stal U aewl U sal night '"e bercoatl thi osi arän uas. iw- lA-t'.- 'et- well. That forty f"; graTC WaaStMa, ir. Miar day. a:iy how. Tin-: too early loss of the rlr.-t teeth has ! au unfavorable inllu nee noon the beantv :tn I uuratlon ol the sect nd. The children should accordingly be take care ol them, II I ; t is necessary is to brnab them m reral times a day with little ordinary soap or assgncaua and water. Grown people should clean their teeth nx. least live times in the course of x'4 hours, on rising in the morning and going to 1 d at night and after each meal. A brush as hard as i an be borne without pain, should be used, and the best of all spplications is pure soapand water, always lukewarnt. Alter eating, all particles of food should be carefully removed from the teeth by means of s toothpick of quill or wood, but never of metal, and by a thread passing now and then between the teeth. Tooth powders are injurious both to Ihe enamel and the gums, and if employed, every part iele of them bltould be removed from the mouth by careful rinsing. The habit a hich some women have of using 1 it of le.uon. thoush it. mav w hiten the A ?,riil ran through all hi art.; n loud i disap Mill ehunation folio wen. The boy had l'.- t,l l.. l. :.i)i tho 1 in n i tt.. mru j - - - - -. ' t... ....... ' IX ' I I ing huii und r and then a hug . thunder 'n. r- uMrseknM wall of fbaas rushed over ihe head of tie yumsg aaua, too; he sank, the banaat swept over Uas, and not a trace ot either nuiu or toy was iioIe to the ag onized eyes of t lookers ess, A moment afterwa itl what seeaasd two enrpuca wese dxagged to shore out ot the. enrrent, A doen asanas taiifhl them, and S fe. nie nioveinenl of the yosmg u..n - haad hnmVated that ha was not dead. He felt for the sops around hi body. All eye. v re turned in th tt din i t ion. The rope had buried itself nearly, cutting into hi fle-h : he was suffocating ! The roje was vered instantly, and a lone brea'h frem the fielet lips radicated the irr.tnen.-e relief. An instant afterward the younr man rose to his feet, and, as he did so. t'io tK-e, Thn had been assiduously aarad lha, also epeaed hh eyea, uttered a deep sih, and 'hen amtfed. He was snatrh'd from the very j-iw s of death j l id the couracc af an ttnknown friend ' sd til'-n-; iVed him. T lookr-) a thai fr: rel 11- saailbaar. asas Mod pecsiring with t.e asoaVst nir of a l)r.vfe man, the praise of th crowd " I thought st one Haas I i- pease1 Ihe boy faid to him. feebly. The brave young man laughed. ' I only a k one thing," he said, M thai lie man w ho cut that rope will sell nie the knife tmt cut itf ApfMtntf JbwraaC - Saves Say Met Yenrsa hrwyers srnaaaJases aVapatrof ua fenses whieh give no eneoumgement, but old practitioners, more espeeially when lha f- e ar ; retnuneni'ive und certain CSS ssa no anBCxnavagrasenta held fbrtb by the evidence, not to be eountertialaneed :ild overcoin- tv j rote-donal aetiteness and ssfracity well pjiid. A prisoner ww once arniitrned in Kent teeth and color to th are all acida turn the jaw Oangerou. give hnnporary armneai and gum.-, i- total to the enamel, as No one. youm; or okL should itito out -crackers : and it is even tor women lo bite off. a they often do, tin; ends or the thread in seuing. It is not safe t. bring wry hot food or dritik, eixcially if immediately followed by anything cohl in contai t with the teeth. ft. :j cuuvge. Light and Hi csti "'. For MOW Of hi- Ji- 's - ;rt. r r.v H in the aide, Aed ac (uokad uM tarnad - k, 'lli-ii ha Uenablsd ;i:t cried. yiMt st . Uta aSmad cuj-t; ha-! ntr'n k hag -ii patatiMa, yoaag mau. lied. Watorr Utors vvu 1 war ' ' in the quartz. Aad Ii ran all alike; And I re hsa five Ofnitt Wai Iba worih of Unit -o!ke. AvI t!'.t aoaae with a coopi low's his'u which the ninf l-'i 1 ha'i f'r u I'ike. rot anfl When coo apply it on the affected limb and hoof, and also swab out the mouth of the animal with the mixture. Two or three applications will usually efTeet a cure. The remedy has beer, used with perfect success since 181H, A I'kkvknti vk or lloo CmOUBKA. To one gallon oi nine tar, add one pound of sulphur; one pound of copperas j four ounces calomel ; four ounces blue vitriol, i'ulv. rize well, mil niui te d on an car of corn about two or three times n week; take ; paddle and spread the mixture on the corn as thick as you can. One man w ho has tried it. says: M If a fanner will ; llou the directions in feeding the above remedy, he will save his entire herd. I commenced feeding my hogs in the spring of the year, and thev keep clean front venom, and their hair looks well and smooth, and w hen thai N done, the hog is healthy, and at killing time 1 have no worms about the kidneys, or white spot or blotches on the liver," Western Rural. To Get Bio of Holes. An Ohio tanner says .- Last spruig 1 planted a small put eh of ground to squashes. They came up and looked very nice. I noticed in a few days that the moks were going to de stroy them if I did not do something. The squash had been planted in hills, eight foe! apart each way. The moles went from bill to hill all through my patch, t'wl many of the plants w ilted and died. I took my one-horse shovel plow and plowed the ground over close to every hill, plowing both ways. As a result i aw no more molea among my squaah vines lad summer. This fail they commenced on my ' sage oranges, l nave about sixty rods w hich looks very nice. The moles got to running through it the w hole length each side, and light under the plants. 1 put my plow to work again each side of my hedge, and I have not seen any more signs of nr. Mole in my hedge row . Walks about the Premises. if you sell at all it must concession in pnre. be at sacrificing PkcssinVs White Wine Vttw gar b a most : euoerb article for table BSC Warraated pare. Nsw Vkikst Law for 1S70, ptthtished hf Man '., n Park ?,ow iv Y., tent tree. An Abselate Safeguard Invalid-, brokea Sdwa in health anl spirit? hv Chronic Djrapepaia, ir asffkllni, from tlie teriil lc eshsasbea which (Ollowi lbs sttaeks of accitte li"ease, the taatuaoay of thowaada who have heen r:ii-ed n- by a miracle from a t-!mi!ar state of ptastratios by Dostethn Btoasaeh Ritters, is a suru pUMBtaS that by the same means ym. int, nay be Kreagthened aad restored. Bat to timic who -tantl in peril of epifleinics, to all who, hy rea-on of Cxpoaara, priv.e : .!-. and nconjaarfal rliinnie er aabealOjy pursuits, may s any moniert he strichen down, this barsgraph ir- mot partkm tarty at-.d emphattftttfy aSSreiuaA. Von, who ar; thai dtaated, are proffered :;r sbeolats lafagaaid , agaiast the dansrer thai asamaoea yon. Tone and ; regulate the aystsaa with thi kanaleaa medicinal BUmnlaat and Altersdre, and yon will be fore armed a"iint the WSladha Wbijsa pceds float aroand y -,i in the air naseoa. IIotcttcr' Stor.-.r.r'. mttaw are cot oaly a 4aadard Tonic and Altera . ttve throaghoal the Uafted States, hnt they are . eeradhed hv the cartlScatea o( the moM rjh ÜBfrulslMd cttizerif of Ute üaioa. t tba nannln or - Prepare your articles in the best manner ' ,! other lands, in Canada, aastratts nt.d the for the market. Represent them honestly ,-nd fairly in the market, and then sell at the best ; price t he market affors. Let the motto be " keep Belling," and your cash account will be large)) in your favor. Ohio Ftii nur. pm lünie, Miey r.re l kkImhU v takln- tti nir.r r.r , nil other ftotuathic-. whether native or fbiefcn, aad as turely -truth is ptofciasslie and desaoer . rtnition overthrow- doabt, they will ereataalls ! apenede every other In i-(rant and BeetOTBÜre ' now employed in medicinal practice. Wrong and Bighl ( so of rTordt liREATl V OS AN BKASS He sadden c LiinMn.. nf ' 8 i taken i: time. rec Si iitid Tti:t' o. Tbai your way To kac it-ft the tree; But a loah h'vur sayl V. on't yon runic no i teaT Weil. Then the net USM oaN pt.--;ii ü-k for DWa aai thai - . -' H i laad Monthly. XaaliatT the Throat. WlTAl is tlie l;e-t liimle of J O !eet big the liir at from colds, where a erson is retry susceptible to thenar The coaaasoa wn f Drotectini! Ihe throat is ti bundle ana kki intimate relations: exist between the sun an! digestion. Digestioa and as similation becooM e:!!v nnd Imperfect If the man or animal not daily exposed to the direct rays of Hi I. Mr. K, one of our merchants, came to see ose about his stomach Dyspepsia was writW n all ovo r bis t'aee, was shown in his morements, was beard in bhi vtdce. The conversation be tween its was essentially the following: Mr. i. 14 Lkador, ii 'you will excuse a street vulgarity, 1 am 4 pLtyed -ut.' Icaat digest, I can't work, I have lost my cour age, 1 fear I must :-tj.M " Tell me about your diet." M If you will excuse DM, 1 know that is all right 1 life studied the subject, and 1 know that Diy food is all rLd;t." ' How about your exercise f1 " I have a little gymnasium in my I tore. and exercise an hour or two every day. I sometimes tire myself out with these ex ercises." " How aout your sie p?" " Why, I ctor, 1 go '-ed every ni,.!; with the chickens. At any rate 1 am al Ways in bed Ny I ocloch, and I rise by o'clock in tii" morning, take a bath, a plain breakfast, and vn to my counting room. O'tee Vsk the forenoon and once tn the afternoon 1 1 serchw in my gynuuuttum half tin hour or so, but I am getting worse all the time, lan'l it curious f My wile thinks I must have a cancer in rn stom ach. Nothing seems to help me. I live the mst physiological life, but my diges tion proa s worse. that county. Mi. h., t r stealing irk. Be Ith I wrap it up closely, thus overheating und tained a voiine. t-dented. and imrnuo'e member of the profession for his defense. Having listen d to the prisoners owl trv find heard from him what in all pro bability the People's witnesses would wear to, he candidly informed hia eiient that if was n elo- to w;"-e m..nev im Iiis defence ' Nevr y-at n;ind," was the i-onh.le: reply; "vim ariiue mv ru- tikhI and tnn, just as if v u lieltved nie a ral ciPei? man, stul here i- twcnf dlla s h,r ! ft n. The ktwyi r worked up to ihe rontr.i t. ad before he had hrdf summed uj he ii id the jury in tears at the bar" ideaafTsaateh ing such a bright eiampU- of d. nicotic and cial worth from the isom of his f .mily ad the "ocitty of his neighbors, fg tnj thrust among felons in a common jail. To his astonishmen his apr .! was et levMve the jrisonT v ;ls aspptte 1 remleriruj it t nderand sensitive, ana more liable to colds and lufbimmallon than be fore. This practica to all wrong; aad re rnlts hi atnch aril Especially hi this the cam with children, and when, in addition to the muffling of the throat, the extremi tieaaaa laaaaaeientry eladVas i- afbsa the asa, the best possible conditions are pre sented tr t he prsi'ti n ol son throats, I oonscfas, cronp and all s.tts of throat and lung affections. It is wrong to exclude eold ah? from the aeek, and if it is ver heated ixirtioii of tlie lime. wli-n it is "About your eountinii-rooni light ? Is it sunny ! " No, that is one nuisailCC we have in mir store. The ston hi every way pleasant, only that the counting nana is -i nark that we have to use : a- all the time." " That's it, Sir. 1'.. thai explains your cancer." M Of course, you don't mean that; but 1 suppose it wcaud lie better if ihe counting room a i re snnny." W ny, ! r. I.. no pi nt reir animal can di gest in tlie dark. fry it. Plattl a potato u your cellar, tioa watch it carefully. If there is a litth- light, Ihe potato will sprout and try to grow. But surround it with the beat manure, water It, do the best for it, only yob shall keep it in the dark, it can not digest ami ro.-,-. r3es bow slender and pale it is. How open a win doU in another i ; of the e. ihir, and notice how much Iba poor hungry thing w ill stretch tint way. Or give the stalk a tittle twist ami see how it will lie d an. Ithasnostrenirth Tut. sea -on is upon US when good, hard walk about our dwelling, barns and out houses generally, are very desirable on j many accounts health, convenience and comfort being among them. How many of on; agricultural readers neglect this home duty? How many allow even the paths to their houses to be almost impas sable in moist weather! And so with the I paths to tin- barn, or different stable-doors, to the hog pens, cattle-yards, etc. W have known persons to wade through water, mud and soft manure for eight months in the year, to get at these several 1 places, at the expense of damp teet and nasty boots, instead of providing a foot- way of stones, coal ashes or Iwmrds, either ot wbichcooJdbe made at small expense and a few hours of time and lalior. Espe ciallv is Hits neglect to DC condemned where the females of the family are the mtrerers. W have many times seen the wny to the wood-pile, coal-bin, spiing-house, chicken yard, and other dispensable points, to tally unfit to be used by them. If there is say one w bo thinks there is any economy in this, he is greviously niistak n. To say nothing as to the loss of time in ' rading through the mud, the wear -and- te;ir of hoc leather and injur)- to garments would alone pay the entire expense of nro- , viding good, dry walks; but w hen theipies 1 lion of health, of suffering and doctor's bills are taken into account, they ought to le sufficient to drive every negligent, un - j uipathiing head of a family, whether in town or country, to follow the sucgee thins herein made. A man who w ill not look after the needs anil comforts of his household doei not deser ve to have a bun : ily --'. o,r, ,,-, Tbhwfwnft. Heaths af Cattle in the t orn Stalk PleMs, lor tntiia.wt!it uicagn (Mü Be Tn i ip -ed. si. me form ofdi ejieoincnl of the to raise itself again. No matter howmnch thmat will be ant lo occur. The rale la of the b it bod and drink you aive it, it t lov, ti d treet hi r at;r tin. verdict and i sho.dd be di(hare of ihe culprit, and the twenty j ami yam trd to clothing the neck should tn keep it aa caoi ai anaalbft will allow in eVnunj so you wilt .-e.tfer aaaeh kwa from throat Bilmentrt 'han if you arj alwmri bnalblof harlag a Mttia abid nir eosae in ..ntact with the neck. Any one who has :eeii i.eenstoinfd to have ht thmat uruT. d leave off gradnalfy, BereMe UteMh. can" digest. Ihe process ol dige hou, ; the great function of a blni 1st ion i an I f ca without the turn bin J Why, sir, with your en iient habita, if I your counting room m i re in RO I I BUn I light, you would be better In a seek and . un 11 in a month. Mr. PM old j tot evt ajn I hsto tha country late in th sumiucrf t i eouim you have 1m- .. rVell, did yen a v Thk recent death of n number of cauls I In this country, after feeding in the husked corn fiehaS, has been r (erred to by nt Some have- attributed (ho disease to the eating of corn "smut." We do not believe this is ihe c t eet theory, fully matured corn rtalka and leaves, as well as dried erass, contain very little moisture. Eatan In huge quantities, without opportunities for drinking, it is not surprising thai they should not Ik' digested, or that they ahouki become unpactedf in the stomach or bites linen A " tin the outer surface of the corn . 1 1 is hard, often presenting sharp edges when broken. Thai it shook produce ir ritatkra m Inflamroatioti in the Bbtaaach or intestines i BOt im pre Sable, when eaten in r insideratile qnantitiea, and without suf ; Qck td fluid. A simihu disease caused many deaths j i n ng the cattb la Iowa two yean sinc e, and tue matter was quite fully discussed; The iowa CMy Jisyaaheaa aays t MThu diffl ttliy a:', i s fruat eating so ; i i ; njottnl f dry I ks and stalk, without sufficient water that they will not Aajt i'V"t . This wort should never be employed in reference to persons, as ü means merely to add weight to ta make an evil more oppressive; injuiy is aggra vated by insult. It i sometimes improper ly used in the sense of irritate, as "I was much aggravated by his conduct." Baiancet in the sense of rest, remaindi r, residue, remnant, is an abomination. Balance is. metaphorically, the differ nee between two sides of an account th amount which is necessary to make one ( eimal to the other. Yet we continually hear of the balance of , this or that thing, even the balance of a congregation or of an army : Bountiful i applicable only to persons. A giver HSay be bountiful, but his gift can not ; it should he called plentiful or large. ,-A bountiful slice" is absurd. Fttch expresses a doable motion first from and then toward the speaker; it La ex actly equivalent to "go and bring," and' , ought not to be used in the sense of bring alone. Calculate, besides its sectional misuse for reroittea ! think or tuppom, is sometimes, in the pat licipal form calculated, put for likdjf or ajf : "That nomination is calculated to j injure the party.'' It is calculated (de signed) to do no such thing, though ii may be likely to. t'itizoi should not be used except when the possession of political rights is meant tone implied. Newspaper reporters have a had habit of bringing It out on all occa- : sions, when "person," man "or "by-, standerN would express tleir meaning much better. Cbvoi applies to two things which are hound together or united in someway.' ' A couple of applt I " hi incorrect t roaj pies is what is meant. Bi means filth, und is not synonym m with earth or soil. Vet people sometimes speak of a dirt road, or of packing dirt i around the roots of trees they are setting 1 Tin y mean earth. KxeCH te. When a murderer i hanged his tentemee is executed, the man is not A man cannot be executed that is, follow ed out or performed. Xbpeef looks always to the future. You , cannot expect that anything has happened :- or is banrasninsr. but only that it will i j j M- V ' happen. (hf means to obtain, not to possess. " He has got all the numbers of the new s- I paper ;" " Have you fS pood molasses'" ; " Tlicy have 'jot bad manners." Why w ill jieople persist in introducing the word in .such sentences Hs these, where it is evi I dently euicrfliaas f Imp Mem. AM absurd use oi tnese two words, as if they together were the name of one thing--a wife is too common. The sentence in Genesia is.- " I will make him an help meet for him" t. r., a helpjlf for him. There is no such word as help meet. Lie Lau. Persons not grossly igno rant anaaeuBaea fay they w ill lay meaning lie I down, that they have laid bain an hour, or that the hainaner ii laying lying by the taks. . m vans to recline; its past tense is lau 1 btV there all that night its penidplea, Iff and fain, i . (used of present time) asaaas to iut some thing down one hvys acarpot; its past hi Uiid I add ir myself;" its participles, iiy img and laid "I was Intemrpted while layin.' it, and it was not all laid till night' Lota rules the heart, not the stomach. You (or your wife, or ought to; but favor ite articles of food you Uhu. Obtterte should not be used for "y, as is the oft beard sentence, M What did you saaraj1 Sttt often nnapronouneed , is ocsisiou allv written so. tint, it is to be hoped aarely. Word anil llitir UmU 1)i-r-ri Ltnoh aiek IN Tills t v. ÜTRT. ! o-a-Mer nr. d'i,e l.ir.c.h to 'Ive ri ti I 'm.Mimi.iinii rtal there are thooMnda f nwniB who brine it oa hr thetr own hnprtKleBce s,,,-!, Jts wesrhu damn clothinff, sndgolitK fron the warn room brio um com air. sod checklue the peropiratkm, vblcli . i iwm irri;"ion of the l.na and then n.aiter or phlegm will collect, which Batare wfll try t relieve l.y I X ! rliifii' It Bp, to prevent pnMllle jroin . rormtog. 'f tiiitiire doea not .lic the matter with ease, ai;! atop u- liuiNtataauoii. nioiisaiins oj ch-c ot ( in-i:miitnii ir It U o.iK- tubercles will -imti follow, ad treent en Momh Parlao foreatmx a r-mt r-.ti.m :n tin- ,.. market, :in: Ita üso. n m t f rüi bf the rejx.r! ut " aeuuaesp rts, :: uiany m:,i nui n. i- the -t plact, whi si employed in die preparation of paddlra. ccHtarda, utaix- mang , i-re-.nis erw a, and aeons of wtber iHlca ci s Sir the fiuulh t .ble ir the sick room. It adda lariretr t the i,ii;i!ii:ty ot nntriiiient i r nT i train th- other nei tenads; and e. tl e " oond ;:.!., r-odera tkedlah, whatever tnu l.--. lar:,...ec;.. ',!,. n-,vMbl- V Un UWfc awn It wunM have Nn without tl.la cheap and icr b 4 edient. Stich Is the te aoaor of m 'arre anuirer of tiM in. -i i r..n,i. et-t hotd-krepera i.i New V k ami other cm a. ü nenB naea h peiy in jt!i the he h i r' a la.-ui - Lievsiii- tiie KKr ie Boapttalt, uiid In imasbora there is ufcry. It wae npon thle principle the formals of Junsoai MorrsrArs Bana Pnxa prepared. Dr. jmi-on, Inlnodlaiii to apend fortan In adrerthdnx: ala !iltf. sahanv ted his recipe to the rohJoaoT the moet tatelll- cr.iiit inil a fc - ,t I m . .. ' ii'" i: i s oi in. h'ii mill "in.r:e !'it mot M. alnaa ihbiIIi 1m the Jvmmrs hoi nt us Hbbb Pn i--. They purify the Mood, remove all shstractfons, eleSBM the PSia of all pfmplea ai:d blotches, unit are perfectly I pare and anfe in thoir operation. The stjxmoks te. -.tun Hkr... pu.m cue liir.onMie--, rcin.-.'e 1 nyetrnlarittes, Deadaehe, and many othera of the ; dlaeaim srfeiag fron, impure blood and a deranged direction. iVc Ute JirofKnCS Mocstain Hkhb Ptus, snd when you bare nroved their v'.-iiic ' waead thena to soar Mends. They are tvoth -coatod and plain. Fvtr aarie erywheeo. F-''öfit? i nil 1 ' Hats f. i.e. tXf Ut-'af tontejH nt Paleul latw.a nut ::. mi ' W ihinet !.c. i MM.se tttiti rial CM-iUtio I lie Cati c.: v Nwiif mj i;i all Ii braocliPi m m fsiai ( Un- N'ttioiial Siiiidu vs,-liool Tewcher. t the National Senen ol tw hw iS.I, n 'I'be Worda ol .leiiH the (?hrtsl, " leaMNtf tor tSeeonuns year. Dar Teachi r will hecniarsed r..r itiil. f-end for aiteeimcn eopv. M.VM:;. UL Vi li MF.i: .v LYON PUB. o. Uesso, 111. 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A tjr u! extirpate Anc that a astshl i".nme of Qkasth kvo Bean cot.tatnt the. rim sssssmI if ßrtt-iate tiling rnnticr a 0-S Book ! suarsaaf ahsj e no. i I al ai each Tet, ow-tn,: us larse eb cuiaüon, üie Pssaaaen ara ahfel t . npoty it at the joir pr oa of 3 a ye an four asfl x, at Tä ach i t copl at H r-O each. You -houl 1 try It. Cotv.id erinc its real value. It la ÜicChenprM Journal in the World ! It a Impoealbia kx any pereoo to rcjJ Ui .umal a yesr, tthoal saafcas oaefui liiiiti- an-1 sujepesdona dai will repay tiim acora of D..llar. Try rr. .. American Agrlcnl-turi-t, bssai monthly, h af a ahnfisf characn r to kh li rl snd eae, diounh anün !y tl rent in it en rrnvinyi and leadSSf mat ter, and ha kW of eu; sews. It la rail of u-f'il fcahmaalMis tw every tfaa ITesasB, and child, in city. VUlae, an 1 tiuntry. Kach Number h;v- irreat pages, and a careful estimate ahawi thai It contains aa sack pafsaaS matter aa B Ksn, costlnc Si uch ! Yet on account of lu lmnic-nae circuiation, mrpanaiiig that of any Od er Piniilar journal in t m werid, it U aupplled In pcii,nr aurjacrlbera for . n:y Ii M a vcax. or fou- opaai kw $j- More than a if Uli ' 'vpi cismanUy read Uii-; dour nal with front ;uid aeSSht. It le o rt'.vttyie. BO ( u "i '.M-r.il information. Uiat it U hardly pok.1; fcr ;.;i one to read the . '. n-an Ag ictümrt i ayearwi-j, out jrettins hint and sutf geadona uiai will ih haea many f..Iar f li ou havf It not, try it a year. It ! BSt eiitertiu; the 30. Annual Volume, and soar S the abac dine to hetn N. It. . IS. KhM .. .4.4 BesaSj and AmTifan AjrT cul'urixt. in- naS ; ir V..-: i y. .:. lr only S4. Tt-;-. papert eonUtn duriruc a lrurie yar ab ut Ü37.0OO mwttk nf muaiaS Basui n in and .. eaerfhl BSSaashi ahowa that their eosSsaSl are eqoal a 1 'i'i BoJch of Pat average tu of ÜSSf I iM at f. sadb 1 Bm . Ihm y B get for St, as awash a- fos eooM to ajassaas ft I 'i'i 1 Bo.k!:: EvTVonel- itnit.'.l t. examine lliex" .loor uals -to ayra th m a yeai "a ti nd. Tlie Publi-hers ft l Hin Utit i-v-tv ore who iio- will he not only greatly plea.-d hal kTeaay PnOFITED.- Tit Y TII KM ! oitN.F. J( (in a csnFrjaunaaaa, 245 Kr:1v :t, cu Vork lt. ml f-. I : " V A- - : f . . ... a ill -Jmi- Th. y nrn tie oTtr.T Bt.OoD PUT: ! t -; rivo'nivtvo vitlM'Il'I.i;. a i n -; J. w and Invtoorator of Oi- "-t 0te p raaa th Bitter- cccr-nlins tc '.? : r. . i r -n..!V S 11 i, mit. t v . .. n un :n nsn and Goer, nrspEraia. j:-"'---1 'tS FKvEuS. p .A"-.' - M i t.t. ru. SEY ll" it; '. Il-.rr 1'" 1 and LLAi'..'Ls;. .. Cttterah Iii ii. -- a .. Lac j t or - )i I u.n. f. rr..-- un im ir.d p-.niin. -yuvt4'--. Mt f trr Mea -tern d ... I removed. lips iL. fe Cc : i aaiela . Y. , :. 1 e Si . T ' of ,. Ntrvvuu as. hi n.-ee t. K-ll .. n. .' '. ii'.-. Ba . t i . im .r.- .-l :tt ' I4- ' o:-äi..i.- rpll l) KV ALL V: r;.'ir cents a A '-.!!: :ai. -pi- v aad B-tertaliSss: Monthfv. Th- ':.:.. '.el. C - bwastnic "" - beutete ashore aad ad it ; 1I talo aTatSjoohiS; nS iilu-. t'.: -;e n.--: . "-' an-i vr ; oruliiHl f. i.-T-.r:,;. -: UHrretiiK'artk-kt oa hUory. Mavfcnt aa i , ; poilw rt . ..-' -er V i' i der asatjoan, eial.. pri7 pa2e -. ind -''- tarn ly tl JtvUrW I, - : - . ; ...; t. Uiw.-fc e-a.i .!:..r, n t! Ik i ril. i . m Ck .-.c-.tiv. ll'ii a tol. lleinia vv -Ki . :. an ot "ii..rl nd 1 nnmi A- t. -an i:-l l.ei.. !.... i..i.,i,i- tUXx cenU . irear; I cstevara Mm .. SI l- . .!'-- -e:.i fr e. r-ai , . , ftb t .ii;. : t ..v r '; : -. VtaxuirV n- f nah l'u niiHin. inv one Mndhax da i i . - '. to l-. r.i - t-'t ei.e :!:;: .;:! f vive a cj-v .? ife MapirV Iree I . IV II I UV II . II MM I I. KV Kit IIO-!. M.n;.t7.i -., Nkvi- ;..it!.Iii.-. Ie-U.n. M;'--. Dan. PERFORATED I IRI I I.AR hWM AH'. "i: V r 'aniX'i-yt. AMRRK'AS UAH f L. . . j v .n-- St.. oar. ti- 'd. Pa v.-rS. KOW TO CL'T PA7Ef?TS Ii- m.LV F.APf. rNTI aa a rtaajatSal r.r rx. zea I.,.-.;..: v.. mt NN t i st Park Eon , Nt w Tola. -' vi FRFE. ITTNN A- (.. Bditora s k-nttte r.vr. .-. tl. N-t r'-eliar.iea! p: -r .1 h v. id. .. Yv.ASa Exrraiacr.l hrsa rTVT".-. More Pat eara loie liientioni 1 mstit v. sj nd uara h oni V-f r ; '.. :.fei anbaVas. NO fltARGK. fiiAWf i tii i. atom i roaDisv- ..-v.- wi '.': "i- in V! vk mim : -.t.thout '.rCt-r. I - vk.-.. it t.v - al! ,oi ft.X. rs no t -v ' .;. Bt I PMT-.-.ni t-.xv5tnt m rn-EMOrn hy tt.'.X.. Iii; .iü im-i; Kais 8TIIÜ . wh Ida a aad 1 aSra bHaaabiJ&aail w ssovs It i - c-'-i. et ..;, .. ,. ... .:.;,.'. T crj.i- hv utiJ. i" i h ' LTHASI, N -. -T v-n f .. Pt-llsdeljiUs. " Urenl.Htf- , ; . . . i i v iU lnvct Great Saving to Consumers. Prtl en.;i'e hj' io "t r?? clut. Our . t..:- ic. i.U iii.il k Int. iiirni a . : . .'.rv r -ith ltd! ! ' : ' sa'-tn to o -wera and reaooM n aa to tots tSacra. THE GREAT tmm TEA CO. I'eaejr trcei, (3 p.p. Boa ten I KW .oi:e:. mm n lure .-ef-iE tr-Miir tr.?Tii do' mat, o TsB)..i-r. . l'itw Dav'Tt ro ' V fvjreH Mg "'frit j . h mkt. j J'ol-rp. id Min .ii..ii::iv I, 1V?1, l!- Jrlo arlll if t per Arnum. A H I BO, i'ubliehsr. - a . afc; WL, tWaaat Oslas umm mm ' is i ! M s V WTKH C t ..II Ura Has las n if J I Is a. t - ' I IO;eitil . ! now comidt le in Ixiuinl f.u ni. Verv Ilia ral hTBW to : ! Ih-eeanva--. Addrm T. I I I. WOOD ZELL, Phuadel- : j aksa, or 117 So. Clark IL CSSoaca I -n f'TC I DEPAI-Ctni A N I K, An artof hv 1 )U v 1 i. j ataiitiy traiisfrrrhi jctirea t !- . ; i flSna Tis. I.- nmrr, Päprr, Rood. i anything A child can n idjlr tears H. rör a rbisam to team this Art. ate wfj i rivC ' receipt ol M ceoka, Sm aaooey'a wattk of aketwea , 1 aadaaaarrhdi In company wih riniel tnMnirilons for f ar-i'U-jn" t:.- picturea. 0. L. THOMAS COM Ut 8. CI 'rk S. . t hleaqo. . r fjoaatnassdlana. llronehlil. A'' aso. (no re Tkroni, p-ei ofula, ( uuhs ".d Ihw new I aJ&COMT.'O w line r Cold MAT t nr. ree, i ran I cured t:.i of Coosun p died, her.'1'ore I fel it tny i, il l.o are aunv.'iBK sans 11 a "'' aa a mhsl aa don wrhen .!! ot! t meant li id dun- i ad a, See t e),a fn ni. l ... im t i: . 1 1 1 i t . i - i:, n .. ia . w il l I M ii. Mi.ne, UK :.. rSt , New YorkfUy e :. ii'i . AMention Cook Agents. S5QO FE. WONTH. t i : ll ! eed- I I I S r Ii I 4 U id tit r' rt en t i lllwktrnt d C Otu- nh THK KKW 1 TM K VORK REEK L V I Y l?tMH CHAMPIOM OF THE WHITE REPUBLIC AUAINSVT THE WORuD 9'i ; jmt year. AddrSM OAT-HOOK.1 New Vork flty. i- rhed U B B B S TIS 111 AN EXPECTORANT REMEDY W1TB out vor AI Auu, oar new work, -IVon Hons Taxa asp Mr" n-u. Obanaoa Basss. Km Urn 1m a''.lin:: bonk ev POhllHil. It meetn a tinlieraal iuil ; con.iiei)! . v e 1 1 . h ilv hnvs it. sd for deKTlptlve circular oi this the dm ?i wondi rial ho..:; of the tali c ntnrv. I nloa PaiMlHhlni I'o.. too V;,.iiiatoii Street, ChVaeo. d "oif V ni F.I ii. j!. ,-ai d e?: tat'K l! la el ted witk Thro d ."wo heanutul or I D PL4TES. Sinnt Ifartlilesfi Nostrums. USE THAT WHICH Ss GOOD Oonamssajpi taa Couqttorotl. Vir TOR V! VICTOR IV aWABDCD T ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM. m MONEY. Sei- i J ur aadreas f-r OaariagM tl taaS! M-lihm nudes eaSaat,or r.-:n i;-.r ...ir.ole of our Sir teat eeillrajt aa 'Scent article and cnl-Kio.,.- noat-rsM STANKOttP A (X., M lieynoWa Week, ("hlciuro. 10. Q O'Clools. The trr-t N-,i".l nd tl" pneai n'-uctte Fleral Ofllda t.l.liM AV FlMTIOXi i;t l.laa othe r-eti dn ear to 1 t ri'fh :! in i.vrn, n re4dlf aa poa . i?t in mi j.;:" .: . -1 r.t i. y. iSaei mho aSSSS U i '.-I Tea t'eals '' ' ! ' r halt tbreoat. Adds m JAI i P Vit h. Ikjcbeessr, X. T. 1 a i inn (M-vi wir -. m h ic k. i.,.ao. I tt lOttlTm'. 1 I rkmtry ioraae. H r. Jm Oanngc In Erarj"Dnj UfK II wk the courage to discharge a anabt ahiki you bare the aaoney in your pocket Havaj tha eoorage to 1 arhhoal tiit vrhleh you do not need, however much .dir eyas may wrrnt ll . Baas the eraaraga to sh :iK yooi mind ajhan it id nrceaaary rou ihonkl il 10, aisl to hold vour tongue arhan it is pnulent yon si, . ni'ul tlo ho. Have the coiintgc lo xnk to Iriciid in a " wasly mat, afan thoogli von ars in rsnnnany with a rich one, and richly at lind Usee 'lo- conrage to tell a aaaa arhy ran do not tend bin yonr aaoney. Baad the toOoarkajl bdkK, boa a posasssd merchant af IfSffcaa . aBcSSjast: M ,niVK City. Mich Jnlv J. 10. J.v. H.itvififtc.i Dear Str : The ABn' Lung Im1 mm haa arrived. I vmnld not like to ho wlWaaai ii, torlt It u- vMveil te.v III" . 1 l.o'k . Ii et old n-vl m eouirh, hixI Aiiidlv ei iMumptlotl w -i.t.1 itjion me. I m v hi a very badMste. I tried overjrthln 1 1 it at- reeomiiien.ie,! u1 pentairn d lest of money and enl so befc I aad ihe inen'a 1 mi It i. e for Nile, i.c.t I knew iiotl.hi" of In i meiita. I did not liu. tai..- It w ltlMint rnowtn more aU.iit f . I h id vet 'ld h i.irie. v nen ro ir aeeni ca.ieo I t..!.l Mm I l-ollld ll "1 -ell 'I III- li Ihe I l-ll. W llottilllR , . .. ... . a. .... 1. I .il.l u.. a. ..I ... ..... I ! '.lt. lie lll;-KI III. I' o i . ... Erskähl asurlw 0m Srat botUi irtof ipod niycoalvand bekire the third bottle waa takm aar bnsiM were Itealed und sett, ! aiici i . in raneak Keo-. ,-. m m IWemfe bmu run- iiiterx W Hm ' -i.,iih;i i mi w i '":' ammmtm. I tentain, ronra reauectlully, L C. COTTRFLL, LE.VENWOnTII. LAVEENOr ND UALVESTON K X.. LINE. O KANSAS, The Miort.i. i baafeat, aad oatf dint ai MR wit fr'iu KAKHAHcrri and LAwaaaca, To UTTAS . t. A UN El T. KMJL HEMSXHJT, THATKB. And -ill oh.fN In tlie Neosho and Ycrdcuri h'.'-: - af Kai. a l i dadw.ii m., hi. sp,opena Jan ". n and bsttea free. UenHemen tiidsta' t'dtlim ! o naliava .;.eir..l a- atkukoakkji asnSs. a aaded -aataaral al fcr ,i. euiary tompileaied dtm-aeea awereaeJully Ovated AXK TOI! MOTH INI. Try ibe teriiiieut. rell .". and we will -end on an kxirn one loi wiiiririiiilili'. !ell Klre for !?.."0. -kI u- trie money, and r an. Itnll'.H.IIoreii , ,,, I M i l l ill I A Ie K r. ill i m.-'Miitit, i .. Agents ! Eend This ! l K 11.1 11 at :tU lo t week PA AfSKKTH A cn. i.iiM-.. dt. i-. t.. m il am new ova M. At. NU. at A LAB V a.'Tkf aam Lands in öouth-NV il llif sourl. Till STLAETM A I'M im tAII o'tn .r.ntiracli'- late Nni!i Paed cllu te(rKihll.(Wacreii Ot he-! (liaitty, lonj: cte.:. el .-.p. lr iwo e nlarm. tn nauinhV t. .-.rolv tn AMoSTI t K. t.a-'d Oanaaaaks No. !W3 Walnut Street. St. Laiuia, Mo. li -Tit.i. mi't r i Am uii Kapeeluniul tt tut no l.iunl. aijjnrs n m balsam is perfictli HABav l.rct TO TUt MtlsT HE1.ICATK. CAUTION. n. ssj bS asarred. Oal a aad be Sana yon reeoivn Aden's Lsas Ball on. J, V, V. lTIIMS A ro.. j hi,j V'-i I-., in ti.iiHit, onto, isr eold kg Medic hat D ahss aanaraB k rWaasaka easraao neronMBf n l'reinlnu we oiler, and rereire a i Waith iin W iHi i i nnr If. Aid. Paoru'i vs out, bajagak, o t uvatm w t Si T K 11 .-'. n,.'.ir,r-re t e AMKKK AN kNITTINO M At'lllXE CO.. GET H -um Vtiiaa , or St. 1 . n M enrrtnoornave orir " . ... ,' -c" o. . - -- . . v I, .,..kulHIWl C..W. .nil. . ... V . ' imim ? ,.m ..." . t i jjTV IN Wefd Family Favorite Aa sow pe-"ev-t i w,rr.8.kl tuol HtutSXd.taUM' b ' '' 1 family Mi' :;c Kor aU kiiuw oi n." w :Tited In exei o Setai lor prki ii' ' ,l tsassat , aaaatu. -iii.. k r the r I you t' H H' . 1 i ass e l;de S. 1 S mhe.ro k m a. Ok .1 -M. . ImIII - . . lU w i. . . . - 4 tut, " ' - , - A ii r i - ' m . r.- - , , . to w a . - ,wi ji r . 5 TJ T INT' L n i n I) per dT 3 t -ff ti iW latamSrwii v - 'mr3m-. v.