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HUM, GARDEN A>'D HOUSEHOLD.
Mrill.nl II lata. lioiuro Flqur fob Invalids.?Tuko a pound of lino flour and tio it iu a linen cloth as tight m nossiblo; after frequently dipping it iu oold wutor, dredge tuo out sido with flour till a crust w foruiod round it, which will provcnt tho wutor soaking into it whilo tailing. Then lx>il it uutd it liecomos a luird, dry, luasp; Urato two or throo spoonfuls of tliis und prepare it as you would arrow-root, for wliich it is an excellent substitute. Headache.?Tho administration of a brisk purgative, or a small dose of Ep som suits, twieo a day, is a most offectiud , remedy for frontal lieadacoe when oom biued with constipation t but if the bowehj bo regular, tuo morbid processes on which it depends seem to be checked, niul tho hcfldncho removed moro effectu ally by nitrohydrochyrio acid or by al kalies, giv n before meals. If tho head acho 1h? immediately abovo the eyebrows the acid is bo3t; but if it lie a little higher up, just where tho hair begins, the alkalies npt>ear to bo more effectual. At'thosauio tune that tho headache is roraoiod, the feeling of sloepiuoHs and weariness which frequently hauls tlie pationts to complain thut they riso up moro tired than tnoy lio down, geuendly ; disappears. Chilly SuEtroo Rooks.?An errone-1 ons idea seems to prevail iu regard to J the healthfulncss of our slooniug apart-1 incuts. It is often asserted that thuy should be oold in ordor to bo healthy. In alluding to this u medical journal statos that a moderate amount of heat is needed in winter timo. Thero is no nd vantago in going to bed in a cold room, nor in sleeping in a oold room, nor in getting up and dressing iu a oold room. Persons may survive Tt; may have lost health by it.' To have tho chill taken off tho air on going to bed, and when dress ing, is comfortable and healthful. A room under forty-five degrees is n cold room for a sleeping apartment, und sleopiug in un indoor ntmosphnro lower than that is always hurtful and positively pernicious, for tho airnplo reason that such u temperature causes tho carbouic acid gas of a sleeping apartment to eon douse and settle in tho lower part of tho room, where it is breathed into tho luugs, with all its pernicious results. Pnrni Hint*. A hog should never l>o fattened for food without being fed on cluircoid to purify tho rneot. It is nn assertion, that with plenty of salt and charcoal hogs woidd never bo affected with cholera und trichinae. In a portion of Denmark, where one fifth of tho land is cultivatedho clover, tho vitality of the seed* is tested by placing a quantity 011 a knifo blade, und heating it ovor u lightod candle. Tho good seed will jk>|> open nud pop off, whilo the worthless remains and carbon izes on the blado. A Mwsonri farmer, whilo admitting tho value of other grasses nud clover, thinks red top is the ln?st grass for summer piw fnrago. Ho chums that it will stand drought 1 letter than blue grass. It is well ailupted to tenacious clay soils, nud will tllHve "on wet lauds better than' most varieties. E. 8. Dyer, of Vermont, says ho onco ratted thirty-two pounds of liirly Rose potatoes from four ounces of seed, but ho used manure oxtravngantly, spading it in. Il?w 10 Work. Tho American AffricultiirUI says: As order is kept by hnvingn place for every thing, and keeping everything in its place, so work succoeds best when it is rightly done, and at tho right timo. 'Hiare is n best and a worst way of doiug even-thing, nud a liest and a worst timo for doing it. Ono who bos well consid ered his season's work nud Las n liHt of nil that has to bo done will go right; ono labor will stiecoed another witu regu larity, and each will bo well done. Every job should toll. Thsro should l>o no making holes und filling them up ngaiu 011 a farm, no liaiul-work where inachinos can be used; no small woods loft to grow largo; no manure kept wasting by tho rnin'or lmkod in tho sun whilo crops nro starving for it j no work done twico over; no cuttle starved or allowed to suffer and fail, to bo restored at a greater cost than they are worth; everything should bo nhoad, nud work must Go driven and not allowed to drive. Tho head must guido tho liands always. Hoiurliold Hint*. To Hesiovr Patvt fuom CLornixa.? Equal ijnrts of turpeptino nnd spirits of nmmonin will tnko out tho paint spots from any kind of clothing, 110 matter how old and dry and hard it may be. Saturate tho spot with tiio liquid, per haps two or three timos, till tho paint is soft, then wash out all with soap suds. Cork Cakes Without Eoob.?Three cups of buttermilk, throo of corn meal, ono of wheat Hour, 0110 tablespoonfnl of wilt, two of sugar, one lovel of soda; dissolvo tho lost threo ingredients hi water, stir all together; if the meal swells too much' to spread niccly, odd more water. Grahai( Muffins.?'Three pints of flour, half a toacup of sugar, tho samo of shortening, a tenspoonful of snleratus, two teaspoonfuls or cam lartur, salt to taste; rub all together with the hands; moisten with cola water; bako hi muffin rings linlf an hour in a hot oven. Dreary Ilomr*. Of all tho dreary placos deliver us from tho dreary farm-houses which so many people call "homo." llurs forafrout gnte; chickens wnllowing before the door; pig-pons elbowing tho house in tho rear; scraggy trees never cared for, or 110 trees at nil; uo flowering shrubs, no noutnoss, no trimncss. And yet a lawn nud troos, and n neat walk, a pleasnnt porch and a pluin fenco in front do not cost a great deal. They can l>o scoured littlo by little at odd times, nnd tho ex 4 penso hardly felt And if ovor tho time comes when it is best to sell tho farm, fifty dollars so invested will often bring back five hundred. For tho men nro j rare that have monoy to invost in farms who are insensible to pleasant surround-' ings and the inducement they offor to ! wifo nnd children. On the Stand. A correspondent, describing tho ap pearanco of the Rov. Henry Ward Seedier on tho witness stand, nays: At times his deep bass intonation resounded oyer the conn, then tho emphatic voice qnivorod with pathos, then it tromblod nnd broko with emotion; ngnin, lie mimioed tho pompous theatricality of Tilton, nnd no ho roproduoed all tho varied stylos of tho characters who ap peared in their diIterant modes. lio; tore up a soran of j*por nud flung it on tho floor to illustrate how Tilton had torn and dnshod down tho so-called con fession of his wife. Ho fumbled In his ixicket to show how Moulton onco fum liled for n key. Ha crossed his arms to show how Mrs. Tilton lay in bod, and so on. Fighting a TwantuJa. A dog U tho hunter's usual companion but in tropical couutrioe a oportMoan n?*0. rc?t8' " Kwras, awl for Bomcthing Iwyoud rat-catching, too. I tal a pair of jet black, yellow eyed caw, twin brothore, of very largo size, winch followadmewheul wulkedaround my grounds, and thoy usually acoom ponied ino when I hunted tho Texan Jiuros on the adjacent incsouito prairie, I ?\ v?Dt an8'?d in my finning bout on Colorado river. They were verv much attached fo me, and commonly nut uoar or nlupt under my cluiir or table miU was ro'u^"ff or writing. ? -laoy possessed unusual intelligence, and I had taught them a variety of amusing trieks. Thoy were as uwful to 1 mo in my war ujwn tho tarantulas, mi a j jwiuter that I hud was in uiy contest j with tho suakos, althougli tho spidora' I were not so numerous or dangerous oh ' l tlie copnorhoads. I Ono doy I was sitting in n lwissage j botweou two rooms of on uulluwhod ' | house, upon which the carpenters were ? work. earaloMly leaning bock against | tho wall, reading while the cuts were ly-. I jug near mo, on tho rock pavement which! 1 formed tho lloor of tho passage. One ofi I them sprung suddenly, and gave mo a I *' upon tho side of my knoo, 1 which attracted my notice slightly; but j os thoy often did something of tho sort J ?to indaco mo to lay aside my book when i thoy wished mo to givo them water, or j to j)lay with thorn, I did not pay particu* t lor attention to it, ami resumed my 1 reading. Soon ono of thom leaped three or four foot in tho air, aud struck mo on the shoulder, and instantly the other sprang almost as high an my Lead, aud knocked a huge tarantula from tho collar of my coat, which fell heavily upon tho pave-1 ment It immediately "nuulo bottle" J?y facing tho cuts aud rawing its two : fore legH at them, and threatening them 1 with a display of its fangs. * , I did not interfero with tho fight, ! knowing that tho cats understood Cow to conduct it. Thoy quickly separated, and one confronted tho onomy, while I tlio other placed himself iu the rear, i When tho spider made a furioun but in- ! effectual soring at theoue which faced it, I the other bolnnd gavo it asharppat upou tho head with its paw, which paralyzed it. I then took it tip with a pair of tongues, J and placed it ujK>n tho top of u oonical lull of tho useful insectivorous yellow i out of wostern Texas. wJu'ch is very dif-' forout from tho grazing ant, for which it w often mistaken by ignorant or uuob-1 sorvuig people,. and which is a pest toi horticulture. Myriads of these insect caters soon covered tho black, hairy I carcass, aud disappeared with it in thou-1 subterranean vaults, where I suppose it j wos added to their whiter stores. A Pumpkin Story. A Paris market gardener had a patch ' ofpnmnkin* iu his lot He gave him- j self little hood about his pumpkins, see ing them tlirivo and swoll day by day. ! Last September it occurred to him that tuo fruit must bo nearly ripe, and at i early morning ho went to examiuc. Tho I first pumpkin startled him ; somo hand ! as patient as mnlignout bud inscribed upon it his opinion that M. Bernard; the gardener, was, in fact, something which no gentleman woidd desire to bo. J)ur ing the pumpkiu's teuderost ago of inuo cpneo had thoao words Iwon traced, and they had grown with its growth, retail mg their calumny larger and larger ovory ?lay. M. Bernard turned up another, ond found a like inscription. Even' pumpkin in the plot boro its libel. Pu rions, tho market gardener sought his onomy ond sorted him with a summons. 1 he enso came on for trial, but there was o wont of proof. One of the witnossos cited, after listening attentively to the oourso of evidence, perceived on n sud den what it was idl about, and exclaimed, innocently: "Why. it was I who scratched the pumpkin*." Promptly ho found himself in tho dock. Counsel for tho defense argued that there had Imhju no publication of tho libel, such as is contemplated by tlio low. Tho court, however, decided otherwise, sinco tho garden wns moved to hovo no hedge about it, aud the pumpkins hod for months exposed their calumnies to nnv ono who choncod to look at thom. Anil so tho engraver of vegetables was con demned to 840 fluo. A .Matrimonial Agreement. The following copy of an agreement! prepared in 1840, by a woman who wanted to livo happily with her trouble some husband, ^published in tho Knox villo JPrcM ami Herald: Yon do solemnly swoor that yon never will beat nor ens or obuso me without , grater provication than I hove given von: that you will not debar mo from going to boo my connections and neighbors when opportunity permits, nor them I from coining to my orausomont or ossis-1 Urnco in richness nor health; tlmtyou will not be against going with mo to meeting or for mo to go on tho samo I terms; that yon will never throw up what lias boon passed in angler; that you 1 will provide liouso room handy to wnter I and stay tharoj that you will not movo I mo out of tlio settlement without I nm willing to go; that you will provide tilings to work on au' with: that you will i not treat uio with tho liord hip, flout or wound my feelmgs as you hovo .lone, ! butiierform tlio duties of husband, and try for a living iu j>oaco on all sides. I do most solemnly swear that I will not throw up wliat has l>cou possedin ongier; that I Anil not llout nor wound votir foclings without canpo; tluit I will per form tho duty of a wifo as far as health an rwwon will admit. I will treat you 1 with Kindness wlnlo you do me, and try for a living Iu pcaco on oil sides. A Spoil, This spoiling school furore has been or great help to at least ono Detroiter. iio has been eourtuig a girl for tliree ' years post aud liadn't tho courago to I speak Jus mind, As thoy wore sooted on | tho sofa tho other night she referred to! the spoiling school excitementand added: i ?iut5i,n.?li,f..s?tu ,ftwful word to' spell, isn t it J He leaned over, grasped her linud, and tho next morning lie hod Fourtli'ofJulT!"1^010 ?" m"rri"'1 11,0 ConnEcr.-TOpn a man hand* an editor nn nrtirlofor publication, ami auks him In" Hi It np " bocanno be ? wrote it In a Imrry and "liadn't Unto to ra ?it1 pro" rear know tlint bn com monocd tho article directly alter supper, and mrtkl with It miUI midnight n. writing it fourteen times, destroying o Iiulre of foolnoip, and "blcaacd" bin pon errrj two minntca. That'* tbo war Ihojr generally write an article when Uiejaro "Inn hurry" and liavo "no tlmo torovfao It." Tito keeper of a Pari* rratanrant went into hi? cellar, where ho had a moment's rertigoand fainted, and before ho waa diwoTW#U In wubalf ?t?a np by raU. SUMMARY OF SJSWS. IU..a(UurM tr.m lloo.tii 111. New York court of ?PP?1? h" "nenJ'" tbo rules governing the admiasiou of attorney* I at law iu that court by adding thereto tho fol lowing : "Or furnish to tho supromo oourt other sattofactoiy eviitonco of fltuoss, character, and qualifications under this rule." TUo ' Republican* olocted tbolr city ticket* in Leavenworth and Topeka, Kansas Tlio rc|>ort, ending with March, ahowa that the rata of mortality of tbo wl^ito population of Wasli ington, D. a, was 19 31-100 per 1,000 per annum, white the mortality of tho colored popu lation ?m nearly 49 jwr 1.000 for the name jHjriod Tho longshoremen of New York have made another striko Tbo collegiate regatta wUl Uke placo at Saratoga July 13th. Fourteen crewa will tako i>art iu it Tlio frethmeu race will bo rowod on the 13th, and tlio univoraity raco on tbo 14tli Tlio Demo cratic majority iu the Conncctiont House of Ropresoutatlvea to twenty-live 5 hi tlio Senate, nlno Dy an explosion of giant powder In Sou Francisco a uutnlcr of pooplo wero killed by boing buriod in tbo ruin* of a building. Uerr Sigh oditor of tho utlra-oiontano Tan-1 fontI of Munich, who wan roceutly noutcnood to Imprisonment for publishing an article insult- , iug to Prince Bismarck. baa beou arrosted by : die Auatrtau authorise* on the application of tiio German government Attachments have been mado under new suite againat tbo property of Win. M. Tweed in Now \ork Oon. Campos entorod lUpoll, Spain, after a fight, in which be lost forty killed and wounded. The loss of tlie Carllsta U notkuown Full returns of tho Bute election hi Rhode Inland gave tho following vote: For Governor, Hazard, Independent Republican, 8,717, Llppitt Rogu lar Republican, 8,341; Cutler, Democrat, 6,169. For Lloutouant-Govoruor, Day, Indopoudout Republican, 9,133; Kclsson, llegular RepubU can, 7,913; Plorco, Democrat, 6,121 Tho flour, gralu aud commission honao of Howard Hitichinan A Son, of Philadelphia, failed lately, thoir liabilities being placed at $100,000 Tho total voto for Govornor in Connecticut was: 63,785 Democratic; 44,301 Ilopublioau 5 2,809 Prohibition; and fourteen scattering, leaving a Democratic majority of A.M1. Tho total voto for Congressmen in tbo Stato was: 51,093 Democratic; 47,311 Republican, and 1,909 Prohibition. Tho Democratic majority in tlito total voto to 1,807. Michael Bullivan waa hanged at New Bruna wiok, N. J., for tbomurdor of DanlolTalmadgo, an old man Bovonty-two years of ago. Tho murdorer secured about $270. Bullivaii mado no confession and died with llttlo ovldont pain. Tlio registry of blrtha in Charlostown, Mans., shows that Jesao Pomeroy, tho boy murderer, now nndor sentence of doath in lljaton, competed bto flft?4-n year on the twenty-ninth day of November last Tbo employees of tho Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company's coal tniuos votod 1,612 to 319 against a striko... .Tlio omployoes of all but one of tho oolllerloa in the Bhamokln (Pa) region are on striko Tlio town clerk of South Chicago has refmod to sign the cer tificates of tho candidates doclared olocted In tho roceut municipal elections on tho grounds of wholesale corruption and ballot-box stuflliig. \ number of housos woro blown down and flvo persons woro killod and sovoral others wounded by a tornado noar Littlo Rock, Ark. \bout tbo samo timo a storm struck Toxarkana, unrooting tho public school building aud fatally woundlug 0110 child and slightly Injuring toveral others. Rain foil in torronts Patrick O'Sbea, who Btabbod hlswlfo 011 March 18, 1874, from tho ellccte of which sho tUod flvo days later, waa hanged at St. Louis. Nino buddings were destroyed by Are at Greenville, Mass., and several persons wero badly Injured by falllug oldmueys. Tho loss h $50,000... .Tlio rush of immigration to No hraska, Wyoming, Utah and tbo Pacific coast, this spring, is ouormous, andcotilinnoti without abatement Gon. Crook and his soldiers have received the thanks of tlio Arizona Legis lature for their servloes in subduing tlio hordes of h<Mtllo Indians that held tho torritory under a rolgu of terror By tbo rtoo hi tlio Mtoto rippl river at Minneapolis tho steamer Min neapolis was wrockod, two, railroad bridges were destroyed, anil sovoral aawmilto woro sub-1 raorged A party of Mexican robbers | threatened an attack on Roma, Texas, but the proaenco of troops caunod thorn to retreat ! Tlio dtfcroasoln tho supply of coal sout from tho Pennsylvania mluos so fur thin year to 910, 238 tons A farmer named MoKlnzle, living flvo miles from Groenvdlo, 1U., waa munlered In bto bod, and then dragged to the stablo and placed under tho feot of a pair of mulos. Ills wifo and son liavo boon arrested on sim pleton of having committed tlio deod A now dlsoaso has dovoloped Itself among boreos near Albany, N. Y. Tho hone's breast and forelegs are covored with lumps, which must bo painful, as tbo auimal exhibits signs of slckucss and sovoro sutTorhig Prosidcut Grant aud bto Cabinet participated iu tho con teunlal celobratioua iu Loxlugtou aud Concoid, Mass. An engagement has taken plaeo betwien goverument troops and tho Carllsta near Tolosa, tho latter being defeated with a loss of ono hundred killod In answor to a quoatlou as to what courso tho Brithh govornment would tako if tho bidopoudouoo of Belgium was threatouod iu cou*e<ineuco of hor rejec'ldi of Prussia's demamto, Mr. Dlsraoll said that thoro bad Imjcii much exaggeration In this mat ter, but If Rclglau neutrality waa tbroatonod England was prepared to djbor duty Tlio ateamors Ocoan aud Fu-Hlng collldod at Shang hai, and tho latter sank Immediately, causing groat loss of life Much daiuago bos been dono by floods In Australia A party of Mexicans, returning from Toxas with stolon cattlo lu tbolr possession, bavo been arrested at Catuargo Tho oxploalou of a boiler in tho gingham mills, at South Adauis, Mass., killed three mou and fatally injured throe others Gftv. Hartranft, of ronusylvanla, has signed tho Mil to rcpoal tho local optlou law Tbaddena Hmith, a North Hadler, Mass., farmor, has fallod. Ills liabilities are (160,000, and his ai-aote $101,000 Dan Hryaut, tho noted minstrel, died In such poor circumstauces that his theatrical associates had to contribute monoy for his burial. Tlio draft has beou oompletod of a bill pro hibiting religious ordera in Prussia except thoso cmjiloyod iu nurslug tho sick Tho cholera has appeared in tbo provlnco of Oude, East India Tho Rotbsehllds have toanod tho prospectus of a now Russian loan of ?16, 000,000, with Intorost at four and a half por cent per annum, to bo Issued at ninety-two. Disturbances utlll continue in llollvla and Btienoa Ayroa Sir Michael llicka Deacb, Chief Secretary for Ireland, stated In tho llouso of Commons that tho law in rogard to tho bearing of arms in Ireland would not in terfere with tbo Auiorican ritlomou who are going thoro A government geologist left Fort Laramie to mak,o a aurvey of tho Black Hills C'has. 1). Thompson was trying to oacapo to England from tlio law, and an ofllcor havlm found blm on ?bo stoamor, Thompson shot hiinsolf Auother hisauo man waa ar rested at tho Wbito House In Washington while looking for President Grant A loadod pistol was found on bto person... .Tlio pleasure yacht Ella Auna, containing a party of eight pereons, cajmtood aud sunk iu tho harbor at Ctiarleater, H. C., In a aqnalL Four of tho party war* aaved aud four drowned Tbo Jesuit College at llumo* Ayres was burned by a niob and istfral of tb? prtoaU kUlod or wtmndtd. Spilkins and tbo Grangers, Soma two months agp Mr. and Mm. Spilkins, at the close of ono of thoir lively Musonie conversations, agreed upon a compromise, which was that they should both join the Grangers. Spilkine, | however, with tlmt gallantry for which ! hu in ho distinguished, ami, as ho said, j to provo his good faith in the matter, I proposed tlmt Mrs. 8. should join llret, 1 and in that way bocomo enabled in turn | to participate in his initiation. His wifo I jumped at tho idea, but stipulated, tliut : mi it might bo emlMirrassing for her to j go through alone, she would like to havo i her widowed sifter, Mrs. Stickwitz. join I the order with her, if possible. Spilkins readily acceded to this, and shortly af terward tho two ladies' fiprlioition for memtorslup wont hi. In uuo time tlioy were elooted and onlerod to present themselves for initiation. On tliat event ful night the noblest side of Spilkius' character shone forth. Ho got t<upi>er, washed tho dishes, put the children to bed, and sat up till two o'clock in the morning, waiting for tho ladies to gi t homo. When tlioy did como an air of awful mystery pervaded thoir de meanor. Spilkins didn't exactly like it, and thought it augured badly, but ho kept still and wuitcu his turn. A week later, an omiuowi silence on tho subject having been meanwhilo observed by Mrs. 8., Spilkins mildly suggested that now would be a good time, so no thought, to send in his application. Mrs. 8. h okod at him and laughed. " It will bo . ?f no avail, Lean dor," sho replied. "And why not, uiy love?" inquired Spilkins, great drops of inspiration storting from his brow as tho situation faintly dawned upon him; "why not, my love <" " Be cause, sir," replied Mrs. Spilkins, "Sis ter Amminta and I will block-Troll you, sure as fate." Then, for, the first time, Spilkins disoovored he had been check mated. " Villain!" continned*Mrs. 8., iu a tragic voice, which made tho family eat seek safety in ilight; "villaiu! at last I'm even with you. No lodge for mo?no Orange fur yon. Stay home henceforth from tho lodge and I stay home from tho gmugo. Continue your horrrid wookly Masonic orgies and I at"? Spilkins could hear no more. Ho rushed frantically from tho house, upsetting Herodotus in his ilight, and after romaiuiug absent two days came homo, sigued articles of surrouder, and hasn't been to tho lodgosiuco. Patent Medicines, That thero aro somo good patent medicines no intelligent mau dure for u moment deny; and pre-eminent is the great California hero medicine, Vino gar Hitters, discovered by Dr. J. Walker, a prominent physiciau of Sail Francisco. This medicine, although called bitters, is not to be classed among tho vilo "fancy drinks" recommended and sold over tho bar by rnm-veudors, but is n combination of puro herbalistio ex tracts, known to possess sterling modi ciual qualities, and is compotuided with out the use in any nhapo of spirits. Its action upon tho iuternal system is not stimulatnig to tho extent that alooholic poison is, but it at oncc attacks blood impurities, and by removing the original cause destroys tho gonna of disoaso and invites returning healtlu Its action upon tho stomnch and liver renders it nn al most certain spcciflo in tho most stul> born cases of dyBp psia, and in truth imparts now life and vigor to tho wholo system. It is ono of the best modicines over iuvented. ? A wash tliat would usually toko all day with ordinary soap, can bo dono in tlireo hours, with Dobbins' ElectricHoap(mado by Cragiu k Co., Philadelphia), and it caiuiot mjuro tlio fluost fabric. Try it. ?Com. Imports and Exports. Previous to tho war tho exports of tho United States had, as a normal stato of things, exceeded tho imports, the excess ou tiiis account duriug the ten years be tween 1851 and 18G0 having amonntod to an average sum of $0,000,000"annually. After, tho war tho balance was lorgoly tho other way?tho imports woro in ox cesa of tho oxports. In the Ave years, 1808-1872, inclusive, the exuess amounted on nu ovorage to 844,000,000 annually, while in 1872 it grow to 8110,000,000. Savkd Litioatiox?" I havo como," said a Scotch fanner to a neighbor laird who was just dying, "I havo como to sottlo about that bit of land." "8et tlo'tl" cried tlio old wrangler; "how will you settlo't f Your fatlior couhhni settle't, and your grandfather conldna settlo't, and the ?fifteen' couldnaset tlo't, and how will you sottlo't ?" "Oh," said tho rival claimant, "I'll lot yon lnvo it altogether." "Hut I'll not tak' it," cried the stout old litigant, and turn ed his faco resolutoly to tho wall. Hard oh CmcAoo.?A St. Louis paper sa '8: Storey, of tho Chicago Timet, is in jnil at last. Tliat a man should have slandered almost everything and every body of pure and good repute for years, ami at last bo seut to jnil for. what he said about n Chicago grand jury, re minds us forcibly of one of tlioso re markable episodes of which wo often read, whorein a mau who has gono through a dozen buttles unscathed i# lit last kicked to death by a inulo or killed by a falling tree. Thoodoro Thomas, of Thomas' or chestra, than whom thero is no higher musical authority in tho world, says thero aro no other cabinet or parlor or rns equal to those mado by tho Mason Hamlin Organ Co.. and tJmt musicians agreo with him hi this opinion. * DirirrnBRiA.?Tliis fatal disease ap pears to havo been successfully com bated by Dr. Thomas Praugley, of Eng land, by the local application of tincture of iodino, to the strength of forty-eight grains to the ounce, to ovtfry part of tho throat covered by tho mombrano at least onco in twenty-four hours; and if tlio larynx bo invadod, tho inhalation of iodiuo vapor mixed with steam. Well Done.?A foolish person in the Oof tho California Theatre, Snu wo, tho other evening, created a panio by crying "FireI" A bright light shining in at tho windows added to tho terror causod. Tlio doorkeeper barred his doors,and shouted: "There's no dangurl the fire is a milo away I. stand back I" and nt length quelled the oxcitameut. Thero is flro in tho oyoof tlio tidy housewife now, for spring cleaning is at hand. Hut tho "lord and master'' wears a dejected look. Ho minds liim of cheerless rooms and cold dinners. Oppression after eating, headache, nnrrooM debility, are (lie effect* of Indigestion, One, er two at m<wt, of Panose* Furgotite 1'iUt will give Immediate relief,?Com. Johntm ? Anodyne IAnimcnt may bo admlniatered to children with perfect imocm, in cuoe of croup, whooping cough, fnfluente, and almost any of the dlaeaees to which they are liable.?Com, For ill Female Complaints, in yonug or old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood or the change of life, Dr. Pierce's Favorilo Prescription manifest* mob ? no*itivolv retnodial intlnoueo an to call fortli tlio londea't prateo from til who um U. Mr. Jaliit A. Kinutcy. druggist of Knch Noeter, Mo.. nritcH u follows: ?? I)r. Fierce, Buffalo, N. Y.?Denr Sir?Your medicine* sell better than any. otlier I keep, and trivo nnivernal satisfaction. Tlio people ftru e*t>ccially delighted with yonr Faverito Frofcriptinn, am! It eoema to be ft fftvorite among all that bftve over omnI it." It la eold by drugginUaiid dculorn in medicine.?Com. Burnett's Coooaini is tlio best and I obea|ieet liair dreneing in the world.?Com. A Hint to the Working Man.?A man with a family, liowover poor ho may be. owe* it to Id* wife to save her health and Htrougth iu overy wjiy poeeiblo, Ho has no right to allow tho mother of bin children to wear bar life ont toiling with hor needle to clothe hor family. Hi# duty is to buy tho Wilsou shuttle ruwing machine, the boat rna ohlue for family eewlng and manrifscouring pur* potion over invented, and be oao buy tho Wilson machine upon teraia which cuablo him to pfty for it hi email monthly installments, that ho can spare out of Ida wages without feeling the draiu. Ho willget, thereby. a machine callable of doing overr variety of family work in tho most beautiful manner; a machine that even ft child can operate, and which will prove ft per mauont family blessing. Mftchiuoe will be delivered at any railroad elation in thlaoonuty. freo of transportation charges., if ordered through tlio corupMiy'H branch librae at 627 and 829 llruvlway, K Y. Thoy Hond an elegant catalogue and cbromo circular freo on appli cation. This company want ft few more agents, ?C'-m. CiT Notico ftdvortisoniont of tho Zlno Collar Pad, They have boon thoroughly ton tod, anil the gnarauteo of thin company ia good. Ask hardware dealers or harnam-mftkeru for them.?Com. Peruvian Syhup. ? This vnlunblo medicine has boon nlcutlv malting Its way into public favor by tho nnmoroiw remarkable cure* it has performod. It* uingular efficacy ia owing to the protoxide of iron which iu thin preparation remain* unchaugod, and Is the only form in which this vital elomehtof healthy Llood can beiupplied.~Ooto. (lot tlio luist. The beet Elastio Trusa la I Fomoroy's, Hi llroadway, N. Y. Writo for it ?Cow. _ _ ' ? 1 An* YoO Awaius that Tins Paraoxi roaiM or Qmuuinox aro coughs, colds, broncldtis. paina m tlio aide and cheat, diffi wltioa of breathing, eto? If yon pormit thoeo fymptoniN to run on tubetoloa will bo tho re unit, and cud in consumption. Now, If you tvant to cure these diseases, una Alton's Lung Ralaam without delay. For Halo by all modicine ' ' Cent. - BUY .1IB? AND I'l.t. DO you GOOD." s." isss. ?S i-ircumtlAnoM, ktul tbixtMiuU ham borne UrtlrooOj to ' lxinrtlu Utw h?r? dtuirM from thatr utc. Tbojr an aafsataadbwt eprar sad aamm*r mudlolna r*l Whn|nttM AxmiIi Tho Markets. *ew tore. BeefCatU**Prtnie ?EatwUullocka 10 A IS Common to Oood Toxaua Wjitf 10 MiicfaOows..., BO 00 M93 00 Hmfa?Live UH',,4 (BK Dresaed. 10* (4 lu?, 8b ?n> issua Lamw WhM 01 fc Cotton?Mlddllnn l?h'? 1CX flour? K*traWr?t?n> S 03 3 # ?5 BUtaKstrs...., US ? 40 Wboat?Ktd Wtateru 130 >-0. a Spring 131 Ryo?State. 1 01 , liarlrjr?Htale; 1 rt turlpy 5!*lt 1 40 i Oats?Mixed Weatera 79 i Corn?MUM Weatcrn 01 i Hay, JX.T ewt W i Straw, par cwt.; *" ',..'..14a,8l?W-olda .. .9110 v MS'? limb?ilacki rcl No. 1, new 13 00. r " No. J, naw 10 Oil ? Dry Ood,per cwt ..... 0 00 i Hcrrluit,Hcalid, i?rbox..... U 14 ?u Petroleum?Orude 7 i&lii lUflncd, 14', 5* Anmab Dnttec?8Ut? Weslfh) Dairy 31 1 WMtent Vrllow... 30 Wiatarn Ordinary... 1<I 11. Fsnmyhranla Flno. 31 S M. Obeeae-^Stata Factory...... wv? 17' <? sklained 00 (A 00 Western... 1,.i? 13 9 UX ICgft?Slate -? Y - AI.BANT. Wbaat 1 SO (A I 30 1 00 " " Corn?Mixed . Itorlfy?8tata .., Oata?Slate BvrrxLO. 1 95 11 7 00 nir?w, llopa Pork?Mew...., tardi Whaat?No. 3 Bprtng 1 18 .0 1 IS Corn?Mixed flj <4 HT Oata ? - ? Kyn Barley SAurutoas. Cotton?Low Middling* ' 16v? Flour?Extra'.....; 7 00 Wheat?Had WnWn 1 32 Bye........... re Oorn?Yellow oi 00 <4 1 00 91 & n 40 (4141 71 0 75 35 A 7 00 10 (4 1 H S3 9 ? 17 70 f 70 1 OS 0 1 05 1 30 0 1 40 Petroleum 00',<4 PUILADXLfHU Klour?r?intylr?nla Extra. .'. B 35 , \vbeat?WeataraH?d i.. lS0 t MixeJ,..;. 00 Oata-MlWHl 70 .. Prtrolwiro?Cnnla. Baflnrt. It , FOR Ad SWTS la oar ten Naw N'ltcltto*. Jon! nut. Ntodvd In In Actual Use: MOKE %HAB ? 55,000 Estey Organs! MAKUFACTURICD BY : . ESTEY & COr, RRATTI.BnOIlO, VT. tr 8nn ron iLurnuirn Catauvicb. 0 PIANOS. Dunham & Som, Manufacturers, Wsrereomi, IS East Ulh Street, (EatabUihed 1834.] NSW YORK. S>n4fir lUuiirattd Cimlir end IWiet LUU iimwtBgsi 85 rt. for Hook gititm \uISK mTmsSS NEEDLESS 7 ?*t:?"1 - ^J3.|.IIII|. ntoflMd 13oaton, ItlMUb The* Htaudnri Sold by Mutlc Dealers Everywhere. AgenU Wanted in Etery Town. of Women, ? n nirrn u n.wi(Oa ??lmnWIi Mi TUCl VA&Z. URRBX I Th? belt m?d ehnpnt Palat ?> <lw World Ibr Iron. Tl? ? r |yo A.tJ*riON.?PorchMCrt will plena loothat oar nuns nd tndo mark art oa each and fircry paekajfl. Ikud for a Circular. , mnf a M?N.T!bil2i.,C?'!i."S3: elmtio ,im?.. \Jrv fiattlofruilCo., Mo. 083 Broadway* N. Y. CW4 i >t1 wit by ?IL ChMornadfotQmtor.andbawd ' N. T. BURNHAM'S TiruniwB Water Wheel SMKttwSSlE Iowa R. R. Land Co. BKTTF.lt I.ANBH AT ClIHAPlSt PR1CM ,Kp $20(LMC$llM^SsiS? ftPTOM \Jr Habit Cured A eartaln and .aw A certain anJ tura enra, wlUiwt tooonmu ?ad at home. A. uilklon ' ts^^ssessips^ I o,LT KM era MOKOJ . V. I- - iniiiAitn. .j?rw.up I Tl." lwrjjjrrd H.rr~ ET-awi A 3 Dr. J. V nlker's I'uliroriilii Wit egar lllttcra nro n purely JTomtnblo preparation, made cLk-fly from tfio nn tlro herbs found oil tho lower rangee of the Sierra KovadiViuoiinfalns of Califor nia, the medicinal proiiortles of which aro extracted tliorofrom without Ilia uso of Alcohol,1 Tho question U almost dally asked, " What Is tho cnusoof tho unparalleled success of Yikeiuu Dii TMisf" Our answer la, that they rcmpvo tho cause uf disease, and tlio pntJunC re covers hit health. Thoy nro the groat blood purifierand a llfo-jIrlnsprtnSpto, a pcrfuet ltcnovntor anil [avigorator of tho. system. Novor heforo In tlio history of tho world has a medicine Ikwu eonipounded jmmhomId^ tie rouisrkablo qnalitli-n of VlKKOAX Birrmin in liewliiig the lick of every dliewo mnnli'liolr to. They are a penile Parjtallvo u well u a Tonic, relieving CoiimMtKin er InilninnwUnn of Ul? Liver Mil VliecnU Organs lu Dillons DIsmms The properties Yinkoaii IMttkus aro J. Carminative. Nutritious, 1 ..... Sedative, Cotrntor-IrriUuit Sudorlfle, Altera tive, and Anti-llilious. (iruteful Thousands proclaim Vis. BOAS Hitters the most wonderful In. liffonnt tbst ever luilainld tho siukln| sysUm. No Person can Uko these Bitters according to directions, and remain long unwell, provided their bones are not de stroyed by mineral poison or other means, and vital organs wasted boyond repair. Illilous. Remittent and Inter mittent Fevers, which are so prevn. lent In tbo vnllevs of our great rivore throughout the United States, especially thoso of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tenneeseo, Cumberland, Arkan sas, Red, Colorado, Urazos, Illo Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ho onoke, James, and many others, with .their vast tributaries, tlironghout out entire country during tbo Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so during soa. sons of'unusual heat nnd dryness, are Invariably aecompnnled by estenslro do nvipementi of tho stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a purgative, oxortlng ? pow erful inllucnco upon these various or pins, is essentially ncccssnry. Thoro is no cathartic for tho purpoao equal to Dn. J. Walkeu's Vikicuii llirrufw, as they will speedily remove tlio dark colored viscid mntter with which the bowels are loaded, at tho samo tlino Itlmnlatlng tlio accretions of tho liver, and generally restoring, tlio healthy Amotions of tlio dlgcstlvo orgnns.' 1'ortlfy tho body ngnlnst dlsenso by purifying nil Its lliilils with Vt.vun.i n Bittim. No epidepilo can tnko lioli> of a system th'iis foro-nnned. Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Head ache, Pain In tbe Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of tho Chest, Dlulneas, Sour Eructations of the Stomach. Had Taste In tho Month, Illilous Atlacks, I'alplfrv tatlon of the Ilcart, lullnmniatlon of tlio Lungs, Pain In tlio rogiqu of tlio'Kill tinea mid n linii.Iw.il'l.Vli/,1. neys, and a liuhdrbdVu... toms. nro the ofTHprln^s of Dysjtopala.' Ono bottle will prove n bettor guarantee of Its merit* than n lcngtby nuvcrtieo icent. uoiiro, BcroHfloas jnllaiiinuitioiif. Jndoient, Inflammations, Mercurial AflucfiouvOia 8ores, KhipUdns'orthe SMn, Sore Kv wrote; In those. an in all> othor constltutibual Dia canes, Walk Kit's Vixkoaii Dittkum ,havo shown tlieir great curative powers in tho I most obstinate and intrnctnlilo onion. For Inflnmnmtory nnd Chronic Rheumatism, Oont, Illilous, Henilt tcntand Intermittent Fevers,Dlsensosof I the Blood, Liver, Kldnoys and Hladdor, these Bitters havo no equal. -SuckDiseases | aro caused by Vitiated Wood. I Mechanical Diseases-Persons on i caged in Paint* nnd Minerals, tucb na I Phuribcra, Type-setters, Quid-beaters, and Miners, as thoy advance in life, ore subject to paralysis of tho Dowel*. To guard against this, tako a doso of Walkkk'b Vim* boas Dittkrs occasionally. For SKin Diseases, Eruptions, Tot ter, Salt-Kheura, Hlotche*, Spot.*, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, CoHiunclos, Ulng.wonns, Scald-head, Soro Eyes. Erysipelas. Itoh, Beurfs. Discoloratlons of tlio Skin, Humors aid Diseases of tlio Skin of whatovor uatno or nature, aro Htdnilly dug up nnd carried ont of tho system in a short tiuio by tbo uso of these Bitters. I'ln, Tnpe, nnd other lVorms, lurking in tho system uf so many thousands, are effectually destroyed nnd rciuoVod; No system of mediciuo, no vcrniifaBos, no nil taelmlnltles will free tho system from worms like these Bitters. . . For Female Complaints,'in young or old, married er.single, at tho dawn of wo manhood, or tho .thrn or lire, these Toiiie Bitters display so decided nn influence that improvement is soon 'perceptible. Cleanse the Vitiated Wood when I will follow. K*."' MfllKIJIAT.D A CO., >M0. ?.->0, ,v 00, D 0001). JttXUM, ?n ouur ? 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