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^existence, and stands to-day at the threshold
of the second. The significance of the event
provokes thought to seek utterance. The
wondering nations of the world in this mo
mentous era behold strange events. Th-y
have seen in a government ot the people the
liberation a&d enlranehisement ol a chattel
ized rate they have witnessed the disarma
ment ota citixen soldieny and their volun
tary dispei sum among the devotees
ol peace they have beheld the peacelnl ad
justment between two powerful nations ot a
contest -which was wont to seek its summary
end through the bloody aibitrament of the
sword tlvy have witnessed the industrial
triumph ol the newest nation over her older
rivals in theinendly arts of peace. Let us
pray that we may complete their admiring
wonder by a peaceful recognition of the na
tion's Chiei a momentous contestof doubt
iul issue. To tins end let each citizen have
the nation's honor in his keeping and attest
by his proud moderation and concession to
his iellows that the equality of its people is
the enduring cloi ot the nation
JOHNS.PILLSBURY.
Executive Chamber, January 4th, 1877.
lie pv (?rndi»t
Grandiut» B.mou was one of ilie hap
piest women I ever knew. Although
she lived eiglny-r.e\ en ears and suv
many shadowy" as well as sunshiny
dtvjs, herU/e wasbe.uitifulall thiongb.
Sue accepted the sonows as well as
the 30U, as sei'v bv bev best "Mend
and tit'sieu' ll'in in tho darkness, as
weM as in the tsylu. But be'- greatest
source o^ yiutliK happiness was the
iact that he culden .aid her grand
children loved her so truly and so ten
derly. S[.e nevei felt, as too many
blessed ^ouis.do. th.a she was other
than a constant joy and comfort to
them.
In many \\i\s she was :i great care
and bu'den. but ihey never allowed
her to fee' «t. was beautiful to see
them oJl "O io\mg in Ihei'" attentions
to her. And now that she has come
into possession of bev *'mansion in the
skies, hov\ pleasant to the dear ones
left will oe ihe memoiiesoi' the hap
piness they gave her, through many
long years, and especially the last few.
when 'jbe appieciated them so ihoi
oughly.
Hei husbanu was a prominent phys
ician in one o- our smaller Eastern
cities, and while be lived 1 here were
no two persons in the wiiole country
more loved or lespected than the doc
tor and his kind, sunny, hospitable
wife. Their house was always full of
company, their table loaded with boun
ties, all the guests made to fee! that
they were especially welcome. But
twenty years ago that good Christian
doctor, who had cared for the souls as
well as the bodies of his patients, went
to the "better land," and the oome
was broken up, and the lovely, lonely
mother went away to live with a deal
daughter, whose husbsnds one of the
best ministers, preached in a town uot
far distant.
\nd all these years the sons and the
daughters, with their children, have
striveu in every way to make grandma
happy, {-'tie was not always left ft
home wben a pleasant picnic, or a nice
drive was proposed, a4 too many grand
mas aie but there was a place and a
welcome teat, 'or her. iler room was
the sunniest, her big chair the easiest,
her seat ac the cable the warmest, ber
bed the softest of any in the house.
She was a great reader, a very inter
esting talker, and from her long and
varied experience never lacked for
listeneis. The happiest hour of the
twenty-four for the children was the
one peter prayers and before bed lime,'
when 1 hey all sat about grandma's
knee and hea^d a sweet Bible story, or
some bit of her own history, related
in her quaint way.
But. & short time ago, she began
suddenly co "ail, and ere many weeks
had passed ooor grandma's chair was
vacauc. and the children would whis
per so softly at twilight, as they miss
ed the pleasant voice and the accus
tomed stoiy. '-flow strange it seems
without grandma!"
I want to tell yos* of her last birth
day, which began so sweetly on earth,
and whose close found her in heaven.
Her ddugnter a few days previous to
this sickness had just returned irom
tbe Cenceanial. and one morning she
said to her mother:
•'How glad I am that we came home
before this severe sickness! Did you
think when you were taken sick that
perhaps you might die when 1 was
gone'"
"Ye*-,"' she jeplied. "(did."
"How would you have felt if you
hadT' asked the daughter.
Her reply was "Mary, I did think
1 would like to spare vou the tria1 of
seeing me die."
What a lovely, unselfish mother
The day before berdeath,the daugh
ter and two of her children slipped off
for a while (leaving her husband to
sit fo. her) to purchase some oirthday
presents for grandma. They bought
her a pretty new cap, a necktie, some
ruches for the neck, a handsome new
counterpane Tor her bed, and ordered
ihe most tempting things for her din
aei they could find in the market.
Her birthday morning found her very
comfortable, and, after her breakfast,
tbe new ruches were placed in he**
second-best olack silk, and her daugh
^ter dressed her to sit up for awhile.
Then she kissed her by twenties to
the eighty-seventh time, recalling at
|«very. twenty che place where grand*
ma was, and the circumstances which
ta that time surrounded her, which
^sbe seemed to enjoy very much
', Afterward the children and their
ijsfather brought in the presents, he,
litarappittg che new spread about him.
^putting on the cap, necktie, etc., to
ihow them off, and all making 'merry
over them. But aq grandma did not
seem to enter Into the merriment very
beartilyv her daughter quietly asked
••Would you cather wear che white
it**«Jfti*L&
7 ^p—~
robe"1 Above?"' and w-Hh a sweet, beam
ing '.mile on ber face, the said
'•Yes, I would!
And that evening, yfler a pleasant,
comfortable day, talking much with
he» loved ones of th^ joys before ber,
of ber peace, and tsi'aiand happiness,
the summons came, and. without
struggle a tnoan. she oassied from
earth to ll»aven, ami put on the'white
robe" washeu in the blood of tbe Lamb.
What a beanti lul close 10 tho chapter
of life!
How few theieaie in thiscold, beart
less woild who a»e tatting any tiouble
to make the aged motbeisand lathers
happy and comfoi table! Uow soon the
children forget the day5 and months
and yeais of constant, loving care
which dear mother so unselfishly be
stowed upon them, and now thought
less are the giandchildren of many lit
tle attentions which tbe dear gand
mas would so lovingly icceive. Let
us all, childjeu and graudchildien. do
whatever we can to make their lives
pleasaut. and their last days their best
days. So may we reward them in some
measure for all they have done for us.
aud have che satisfaction when they
are gone 01 knowing that we nave
done something toward increasing the
number of "Happy Gradnmas."
A Winter's Talc.
B11 1 li'l'ii
Jt was dreadfullv cold last night,
and tbe stieet-car was pietty well
filled, wben an elderly party, rather
embonpoint about the waistband, en
tered. oringing wuh him enough cold
air to fieeze a cellar full of house
plants. He stood up in the middle of
the car, and fastening his eyes on the
are box, began to feel for his nickel
He first untied a great shawl-scarf that
encircled his neck and hid all of his
face but his eyes. Then he loosened
the ear-flaps of his cap, and unhooked a
inr muffler that hugged his throat.
Then he unbuttoned the cape of his
oveicoal and threw it back over his
shoulders, submerging two men that
stood behind him. Then oe unbut
toned his overcoat and turned it back,
filling the car like a lateen sail Then
he unbuf.toned the lower buttons of a
knit jacket and his undercoat, and,
with a grunt that frightened the hors
es into a run, tried t«» reach into his
hip pocket. The first effort was a
highly successful failure, and at the
second dive he threw the end o*' his
3bawl scarf, spirts of bis cape, and t»i
ot his overcoat ove** the people on the
seat behind them, and a smothered
^ro'in broke from the whole commu
nity. Finally he got his hand into the
pocket, and his purple face and swol
len veins indicated approaching appo
plexy, but the hand came oui before
any fatal result, and the passengers
breathed more freely. But when they
saw him lean over "to the other side,
and make a reach for his other pocket,
they groaned.
After repeated efforts he brought up
out of that pocket a ring ol keys, a
stump of lead-pencil, and a tobacco
box, and the people groaned again.
Then he hunched both shoulders and
went into his vest pockets. Out of
one he brought a little roll of uewspa*
per scraps, a suspender button, a frag
ment of a postage stamp, and a quill
tooth-pick badly damaged. Out of the
other he pulled apiece of string, and a
brass screw, and a two-cent piece.
Then he felt in his watch-pocket, and,
with many sighs and puffs, he dragged
up a little dirty looking wad which
threatened to be money, but proved to
be lint. Then somebody tittered, and
some one else giggled, and finally ev
erybody but the old returning boarder
himself laughed. He stood still and
thought a momeut, and then felt in his
outside overcoat, came up with a hand
ful of handkerchiefs, gloves, fraction
al currency, and nickles, and, when he
reached out to place one of the latter
in the box, It fell from his fingers into
the straw, and the disgusted passen
ger doubled down and scraped around
for it for five blocks before he could
find it. A nd then when he picked it
up and shoved it into the box, he sank
back on the seat with a groan of satis
faction and began to button, and hook,
and wrap himself up again, but start
ed up with a snarl of disgust and pull
ed the strap as though he had a legacy
at the end of it. While he was down
on his hands and knees in the straw,
he had been carried five blocks past
his street.
A. Year's Beading Free!
The following offer made by the
publishers the Western Family Magazine,
and the Farmer's Monthly, two large, hand
some, first-class, illustrated magazines, price
of each $1.50 a year, is worth reading:
We will give to any one who will send us
his own subscription to either of our maga
zines, and one other subscription to either
magazine, with the money for both ($3 00) the
choice ol some eight or ten premiums, no one
of which is worth less than $1.60 in cash.
These premiums include standard books, gar
den seeds, and other articles of actual value,
and worth in cash the sum we value them at.
A sample copy ot either magazine, and lull
particulars sent post-paid on receipt of 10
cents, or a sample of both for 20 cents. None
free. Address T. Edwards & Co.. Spring
field, Ohio.
+4+
OJSTINATF. minds roust surrender aucl
admit the wonderful cures of Coughs,
Colds and Bronchitis by Or J. U. Mc
Lean's Cough and Lung Healing Crlob
iiles. This )ew way, ne«& principle,
producing ^as going direct to the
affected parts, tbe only remedy.
Tjiial boxe& 25, by mail. Ur. H.
Mcl.ean,314 Cbestnut.St St. Louis.
Since onr last issue we have heard
ol several persons who have used Duiang's
Rheumatic Remedy for rheumatism: and all
pronounce it a success. It comes to our mar
ket highly recommended hod as it is the on
ly reliable remedy now in use, it will have a
large sale. It is token internally. Price 1.00:
six bottles, $8 00
ji'fcaMf^lkV- &4h&«£S&
lS*^*N*«w£ r«^nr W
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%V ?'"SJ
when, tr-oieus
POTifwiyi ir'Hj n^nnaii iPjHPilllip-^llli'^fW^W^^
into the buck o" tlm mom h, with irritation nd
uiflanwtion of tbe nasal oavilk'&ai'fi^llii (»(.,
with hawking, spitHiitf, and a sense of filling/,
about tbe head, oe noi deceived or fv\p
simple cold. You are afiif-ted with that woiugu
ot this*, climate, Catarrh, the forerutinc of
I onsiumjtion. i*i it., eai ly st'
o- Dr. Sage'o Catarrh Remedy will «fleet an
'•ntire ci-rc. When oonfumed. Dr. t'ievoe'a
Golden Medical Discoveiy should be u&»rt in
»onnbotiou w:th tbe fienwdy. These Rtand ird
mediciiits have been before .he public many
ycais. '-nd the rse has been attended with
the most tjratifyinij success. A full diseuvios
of Ci'larrh and its itional treatment is «*ou
tained i) "Tbe People's Common Sense Med
icil Adviser," a book of over nmft hundied
nnpe^, illustiatedwitb twplumdredandeiglity
two tnqraviugs, bound in cloth and gilt, price,
post-paid, Si,SO. Ac dress, Publishing 1
,jai tment, Woi Id's Dispenwiry Uuliulo, ^T. Y.
WouifTY Hi'' .NOTJi.—An exchange
says there is scarcely day passes that
wo do not hear, either fiom persons
coming into our office or so.ne othei
way, of the success of .Johnson's Ano
dyne iniment in the cure ol coughs
and colds, so pievalentabout town just
uow.
Sore 'lbvoat, (tough, Cohi
And similar troubles, if suffered to
progress, lejult in serious pulmonaiy
{.flections oftentimes incurable.
"Brown's Bronchial Troches" reach
directly the seit of the disease, and
give almost instant rthef.
A W A IS 110IT, when there is life ,the
hope is'»»•-J. IJ. McLean's Strength
ening Cordial aud Wood Purifier it
will impatl life to the body, stieugth
and \i,4 ty to the muscles andjnerves,
pn ies your blood. Dr. J. «I. McLean.
314 Obestnut,St Su. Louis.
if ve can benebl the readers of the
anv ny recommending Par
dons' Purgative Pills to be the best
anti-bilious medicine in the country, we
are willing to do so We have had
about as good a Hianc. to know as any
ont.
»o«
ifilertruity, the grand vitalizing prin
ciple of organic life, is within the
reach of all. Dr. Collin's Voltaic Plas
ter is the realization of the dream of
medical men for centuries. It banish
es pains and aches as by magb-.
.* Universal Remedy.
Frow the Hon. James JSoss. Grind Lecturer of I. O.
T. of Wisconsin.
From a feeling o" gratitude, take
great pleasure in giving testimony to the effi
cacy of Hale's Cough Cordial easily curing
a persistent cough. For a month while en
gaged nightly Li public speaking, I had sut
tered with an annoying cough which stub
bornly resisted the various cough remedies
that I had taken. Through the advice oi
Iriends I fortunately gave Hale's Cough Cor
dial a trial, when my coughing cased at once,
and the following day it had done its work
complete and I felt all right. The first dose
went directly to the cold spot in my lungs,
and in the midst of a general warmth and
perspiration the stubborn cough seemed to
dissolve. In gratitude and esteem, I am
-Wij-SW..*^**.. ^^.K !»(»*,Aw«
tf§Tl
will luaidioppi'n?: d»»wn
qis
few hot les
O W N S BRONCHIA TROCHES
for Coughs, Colds and Bronchial Affections
stand first in public favor and confidence
this result has been acquired by a test oi many
years.
Sofik xosjiS, Catarrh, Sore Throat, a
sure cure is Dr. J. H. McLean's Ca
tarrh Snnff. It is a new antiseptic
principle, fails. Trial boxes, by
mail, 7,0 cents. i»r. J. fl. McLean, 314
Chestnut St., St. Louis, Mo,
A Word of Joy.
Yours truly, JAMES ROSS.
A N E S I I I S to O O A N S
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CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION
and wants the one that was plann-d before the opening
of the Fair and required the labor of lny large corps of
Artists, Photographers. Engravers and Draughtsmen for
ten months to execute the illustrations, every one of
which was made expressly for this work. This is the
only history yet written, and in it are only authentic il
lustrot{ons ving a complete panorama of the Exposi
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such a vivid portraiture as gives the reader a perfect
knowledge of all branches of the Exhibition.
Every one on seeing specimen pages and prospectus of
Frank Leslie's Historical Booster
—OF THE—
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Involuntarily express a desire to possess it—the secret
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three squares from Capital.
31. A E to
P.R LKAROENBERGK
Leather&Findings,
78 Last Third Street. SI. Paul, Minn
A a a a it in a in
Knits all sizes of work, narrows and widens it shape
all sizes complete. Knits over SO different gamentss
Socks, Stockings, with heels and toes complete, ittens,
Leggins, Wristlets, Glo\es, etc. It knits every nossible
variety of plain ot fancy stitch 75 per cent, profit in
manufacturing knit goods. Farmers can treble the
value »f thei wool, by converting It into knit goods.
W a & 3 0 0 a it it
A W S W A N E W Send for Samples, Price
List and Ci culars to principal office and manufactory,
it in a a ii no a
a to or I»A I E S
a 29 West 3d Street. St. Paul. Minn.
Minneapolis Business Directory.
SbersH
MIT & SCRIBNER 528 Washington Ave, S Job
and Retailers in Hardware. Cutlery, 'nn and
Pressed Paints & Oils. Coopers tools a specialty
J.Ware, Raestner,
Leather&Findings
204 Washington at. North. Uinneapoil
OUT—%KI.t.UV& I E S E
E S I E A N I S A E
The complete, rlchlv illustrated low price wont,
7 7 0 pages *2.5P. Treats of the entire history.
fDdorBeDuUdinpsofficials
ranci wonderful exhibits, cnriosltlos, etc
by the and clergy. 5 0 agents ap
pointed in 4 Report id
5 0 0 0 a For foil particulars write quickly
to HUBBARD BROS 36 La Salle St Ohlcazo, 111.
A I O N iv bv a re
vjm.«j *.A\7r» books Maiming to be "official," etc.
N E W WLLI.CO & I S
AUTOMATIC
Latebt
Invention, ard
producing
mott
Marvelons
Results.
Trade Hark tn base vBB^^HBP
A A
Catalogue.
& BUDD,
0
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a 1 in
tf» 1 A A &d WARD—-For a case ol pi ivate
tpJLUVdkcifcctlibt Or. V. Halltday's medicine
fHniiot cm0 No cure »io pay kenct tlirw-cenr ttimp
10! circulnr. Address or call 011 S. BLA-CCFOKI*
88 Kobei hti cet, bt, JPaul, Minn.
Only machine
in the world
Automatic
Tension m.o.
Stitch
Indicator.
7
of ever machiuc
S I E N S E W I N A I N E
^end Postal Card for Illustrated Price List, fec.
Willcox & Gibbs S. Co.,
(Cor. Bond St.) CSS a a N
a a a a W
The Enemy of Disease, the F* 9*
Pain to Han and Beast,
Is tks«randOM
MUSTANG
LINIMENT.
W I A S O O I E E S O W
E A S E E 1 8 N O S O I W I
MO E A N O A E S I W I
O KB, O A ii A I W A
A I S A N BODY, O
B4IBT O A O I O O I I E
DOBIF.8TI A a A O E N O
I O I S W O A
•ost a 5 SOc or O O a sawou
Ha* if a a to
I a a A
PAID TO XVEKY SOLDIER «ha
disabled whileIn the service of the United
stales, by reason of wounds, accidental injur,
les, hernia, or rupture (no matter how alight),
ItoMerejre-sight, diseased eyes, dlscasa of tho
angs or heart, rheumatism, lest of hcarlag
rarlcose veinaof the legs, piles, railing back ot
[measles, or ehronlo diarrhoea. Evea tLo loss
if finger or toe, In any way, by accident or
itherwise. or may otherinjury or disease, entl*
ties a luldicr to a pension. Pensions and boun
procured where discharge papers are lost.
discharges obtained when lost. VULL
BOVMTIK8 PAID TO ALL SOL-
Newdlscharge
a obtained when lost PUL
PAI O AL SOL
1 8 who—
wets dieaharged._..._..reasoin
by
—S .. jof
It
Unas, rupture, or accidental Injuries, under.
laws. PENSIONS INCREASED.
from 19to 15 yesra staoemanyreceived their
|wounds, or tho disease for which they were
me manner the disability has Increased front
what Itwas at first. Frcvlon*to March 3,187J, Invalid pension*
eraoould notdraw mora than 98 per month, no matter how badly
disabled. How (18 may be divided between St end •18:torIn*
valid pension*™ after the $8, tho pension Is rated ,at $10.911
til, tie and SIS. Where the pensioner can't labor. »**, Under
the old law 91 was given for linger or thumb,now It Is 94 to 96
per month. So applyat onoeand get an Increase. Vooharge
for alrlee, and no ran nntll claims are paid. Thouwndaarejfet
entitled to pcaslona and bounty,and don'tknow it. OUtOV
PBXm. ••SOLDIXaS'BXVUW."ane1|ht page
paper onpensloni end bonntles lor ISeenta peryear, ipeeunes
aenA address en "aeeul.- .ieno aente and
get a book With Ulpenalon,betinty end leadlaws. It showsWhat
every soldierand his heirs are entitled to: iteoatatua all seta of
.o Agents. Sample Tree. SJSH
FL7!
3i 1 fc jrito at borne Agents wanted. Outfi
iqP 1_£J KPnis free. TRITE &Co.. Augusta. Maine
fulfill »S 7 shot $3,70 styles. 111. Cat tree.
8Q
I I f. W.!8i EKX GUH WORKS, CblcEgo. Til
A BO WTO MAKE IT. Something new
4XJ UKJaeli-j-c
CO.YO\TGE&CO..St.LoulsMo
eeK to AJei.w. samples
JJjJJ 1 0 ip a ViCKKin Augusta, Ml
S
$350
S3
1
UT0MATIC
FKEB
Maine.
VEH\ iiesn tl!* NEAV AiiflCLES for Arentt
MfTS bv O .1 Ca ewe!l & Co.. Cheshire. Conn.
DI)KE'-& Vw*i be to! f%e una Tel''j ri Institut.
Kalamazoo, Mich cr .Jou i.iJ i'na I'tuniansbip.
Si*l 4\ ity •'uiploj'nientfci a'L Chroi/io.zNoselty
Cacalogiie tree. Veltoa ACu,ll9I'jssiusi.K.T
)URIKA!T- vt.,liHwn by miuhlDerr. Apparatot b^nsH
'.Oc Ac«iil» wiutcd SluUliOKitpU Mfg Co Plill*., K».
AgentB
wanted, on sail*••yo- commission New bast
ness. Address .. B. MlAb&£v
A & Co.. .bt. Louis, Mo.
fop" OUI FIT FREE Beht chance \et. Write at
once to tf. KASOK 111 Nassau fctrt ct XewYork.
0 4 a week sala. guaranteed to male & female. Sen.
U\3 stamp for circulars. E. M. Boriinp, india'ap's, Ind
CLARnewlOL'SE,
most |Kpuiar house in Minneapo-
lis, und newly furnished flrst-clai'S in all res
pects. Terms, *2 per day, H. C. BKACKETT, I'ro.
S ft S
matter how Slightly disabled. In-
M- -SJ^*J-»-^'-i-'Ccreasei,nowj,aia Adviceord circular
free. T. MCMICHKA L, Atty 7(/7 Sanson), St., .Hiilf„ Pa
AXontb.—Agent wanted. 3 best^^l
ing articles In the world. One sample free
Add's A O S S O Dotroit.Mieh
*WA'i'4 if *.*. A brent sensation, oatnpie
Watch and Outfit free to Aged's. Better than
Gold. Address A. COTJLTLK in CO Chicago.
Vegetcbiecure
Pulmonary Balsam, the creat T.ew En
gland tor coughs, colds aud consumption,
cutler Bros. & Co.'s. Boston, only ^ejuine.
UV A W MentoselltoMerchPnts »V O
WW IW a month and tra\ehnr expenses
•LM~i-^ paid, feemMfg.Oo. bt. Louis. Mo
MONEYomfits.
Mc \picll with Stencil & Key check
Catalogue and samples FKEE.
S .Spencer, 31? Wash. St., Boston, Mass
if \TVnL
1
Si
*i«"!*lyMia««c- with our Stencil
I VJ*J JPi JL -no Key OhecK Outfit. Circu'ft's
rew \.A A.HT. K&TcrFOBD. i05 uiton ^t N
Made 1) one Agent in 5" «i. s. !J new
art'cl«!. San. Ail*-f-'-,
C. JH. A O N Chicago.
nials. "Describe case.
ii «te» Ajr^nt. sellingonrChroioof,
1*: lure and Cliromo Cards 1 2 5 tam
t' 5 «wit ^tpMrt .r 5 !l n»tr
I PH-ORD' SSONS, BOSTON. MASS.
I 1 7 a t?^. -EVTALL- and quietly ob
JLFX T. V. E O tatocd for incompatibilit-.
etc.: residence nnnecc* lary.
eience mrninh',d S. bhor
OPIUM
FARMER
S
Fee jfter decree Ker"
O. Box 50GCmcago.UI.
HABIT CURED AT HOME
No publicity. Time short
Terms moderate. 1000 testimo
Dr. F. E. Marsh, Quincy, Mich
I O obtained for citizens of any State, ut 4pt
I W lvte law iritbout |tub!icitv or attendance1 at
cour».» Tor mcomp itittihty etc J«ee after Divorce Adwcefree.
I.EED'SAllERtCANLAWAGENGY.PlKE'SOPERAHOUSH.G'NCINHATl.OL
or their t»i vra it is fa1! &*•&
lw inn.-. O S atl. 1.^ I tell
a o."ic frenl merit
to the farmers in their own cu 1IM ^S a*int. pro
fits good. Particulars free. "WOKJII St. LOU S, O
DS
8 A I S A I 8 1 I A
a a O
it lllnfttratlonft I S
Sia$oesd.
8 5 a A 7 1 4
a a S
W a male and female, a
AxXliix I bnemess honorable
and pleasant. Cloo S a a Coinmibsions on sales,
and E paid by the I S a a
Cincinnati. Ohio.
a a
^OAL
to the only preparation,one package of whtea
will force the beard to grow tbick aud hea^y
on the fmoothest face (without injury) in SI
days in every case, or money cheertuuy fe*
funded. 15 cento per package, poitpaid 3 for
ccnov K. W. JONES.Xhland. Maaa.
E is Liiie.
I'-.ol.s Lilt, i.Rt ,n the world
Cur« Dlsi ase when .ill other
remedies fail. Testimonials
and xuilars sentlreo on ap-
aMUB5-»" p* .on. to P. J. WHITE.
515** -JT i,ond Street. Kew York.
ABOOKfortheMILLICN."
a if in I A40pa?ePamphlcton»Dccml
and Chronic l)isca«.. Cancer,
Catarrh, Rupture. Opium Habit, &c SENT FREE on receipt
Ji stamp Address,
DT Butts Dispensary No 12 N Sinst. St. Louis. Ma
TRUTH 18
PraSlBM I ii a, tka ftmx 8cuk
S mmt Wtanl. WOI (r S O
with VMT b«fM, Mte mt .fM mmt
la&rthmit, Mnd t*j.« 1
ki*iilirwi«»l»f
.Ml Kb* a %m& |l..i whw. jmm
wMmMimmm,mmmtm»4mU •tmmmmf**
AMmm. PnK SABTIKCS. 4 Pwii
a W A A or »n I
O I FiTLB«,belnrs»orn,taf»- Igrad
matila 1833. apprt»to«mVxcttmnH eawr 18S*. »T» dmad «1
(adosirtlT, MlUiramatim Nranlfla, Owt. Kidnn UTtrtiiMi
ItuaaaMllILFlTLBK'B "lUXOMATlC BEMBDT.XldM? A
liwtFWt a atmuiat van. •rmUwfuaa Paia^lrtj R»r«
MMtaalUdiwlAdrK* Mil «T anil. CUTM. AitnmJSK. TITIMM,
BMk raoth mart. PailaMiT
A a a «lft.—B an arrangement with the
Publisher, we will send every reader of this paper a
sample package of transfer pictures tree. fcend a-cent
stamp tor postage. They are highly colored, beautiful,
and easily transferred to any object, so as to imitate
the most beautiful painting. Agents wanted.
J, L, PATTEN A CO., 1 0 WlUlam Street. Xew York.
Investigate the merits of The II
lustrated Weekly before deter
mining upon yonr work this fall
and winter. The combination for
AGENTS
WAN1rekiafSeGlass
his season surpasses anything heretofore attempted.
Terms sent free. Address
CHAS CLAUCU CO.. 1 4 Warren St.. New York
W SALS6M6.N to travel and sell to
JVIF Deafen our Unbreaksbla or Eu
Lamp Chimneys. Monitor
er«i. Lamp
cling expen«es p»id to good
risk. Besf selling goods IU the American market
O A O CINCINNATI, OHIO.
he i*hont
Metal Springs, ever entente J.
No humbug claim of a cer
tain radical cure, but a guar
antee of a comfortable, secure
and satisfactory appliance.
IVewlll take back and pay
for all that do not suii. Price
single, like cue, 9 4 for both sides, ISC. Sent by mail.
Iiost-pald. on receipt of price. N. ^Thls Truss will
«ure more ruptures than any of those for which extrav
agant claims are make. Circulars free
POMEROY TRUSS CO.. 7 4 Broakw-w, New York.
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clubs of two. or if yon prefer an agricultural maga
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O N Best magazine and best terms. Sam
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A LUCRATIVE BUSINESS.
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Wilson Sewing: MacMn Co.. Ctiicago.
837 889 BBSASWAI. ttar Yak. or Xtw Orlsaa U.
riAti'TS WANItU FUR HISIUKV^I
lENTEN'L EXHIBITION
It contains SSO fine enRrr.vlnpi of bulldiigs and
scenes in the Ore.it Exhibition, and is the only authen
tic and complete history published. It treats of the
grand balldinES, wonderful exhibits, curiosities, great
events, etc. very ciu-ap and sells nt sight. One Agent
sold 48 copies In one day. S»nd for our extra terms to
Agents and a full description of the work. Address
NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., Chicago, III.
W Unreliable and worthless boolcs on
A the Exhibition arc being circulated.
Do not be deceived. See that the book you buy con
tains 874 pages and 390 line engravings
P, a
lafT^Vtoea writlsw %m A it
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