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A lltmox hypochondriac lias illcil leav ing $-2,700,000 to establish nil nylum lor Minllnr unfortunate. Tub Karl of Uoscburj" lailolntr WnliliiR lon, ntnl each of the belli' fondly hopes that he has her lit his licntitlnil blue eye. i Tub House of Representative lw set npart n gallery for the muiilli' of .Members) of Congress exclusively, In Imitation of that assigned to the diplomatic body. A Rostov mnii was eitrslnj? an etlltortho otlicr day when he tell dead. Several sim ilar Instance have liven lately reported. A m:cKNT coiiitnerclal ocnin of the cities of Davenport, Uubitipie and Hurling ton, In Iowa, Miows that Davenport hu "Si bitsiiies houses, Dubuque U0I, anil Jliirllngton Sti'i. JIu. David Hailkv, of Cambridge, Mlilue, thinks that hu Is the oldest potmater In the service of the United State, lie was commWsloncU in ISii, and has served ever since. Tub kitchen range In n houc ut Toini iiiver. .i recently rvtim.il 10 mini in spltu ofnll ellortx. Finally, on careful In vestigation, n family of hornets were dis covert d within two feet of the tiro cham ber, busily engaged In plastering the dralt hole with clay. Tub ndvoentes of the superiority of women are mlvl'ctl to Introduce the rule that women bu weighed liv '1'rov wclirht like other lewcli and men by nvolrdtipoK Tills would lrlvo to vouii!' men of twctilv 1-1 J pounds each on the average, and to young women of twenty about 1 ID pounds encn. OniiTiiciiK How. of runt River. X. ('.. has sued her lover for breach of pronile, mill elaliiis $21,000,000 damage. T.its the Detroit Free 1'resa records, and then says : " Wu have taken considerable pride In putting this Item before the public, mid now lor our sake we hope she won't go and settle the suit for n boh-tullcil dog and six bushels of beans, ns mi Iowa woman dlil." PnoFKssoit I.oomis deduces from the weather reports of the last two years that tho ucrago into of progress of u storm In Jatiu .ry Is (ISO mile a day, and Us average direction live decrees uoith of cast; lor l-'i bruary, 7 10 miles, and a direction thlr- wen uegrees norm ot east; .March, mi) uiues, eleven octrees norm ol e:its and lor April, 01ft mile, sixteen degrees north -Maiik Tw.d.v eieatcd no small amuse ment at a dinner to which he was Invited lately. In the tour.it of the proceedings, his heal III was drunk with enthusiasm. The fact, although lie had Imtii notllled of It beforehand, appeared to take lilin ut terly by surprise. In response, he rose, and, drawing from hi pocket u huge roll of l'ooNcap some tlilrly p.ure began to read, slowly and Willi dlllluulty reading that he was taken entirely bv snppilscj that ho was wholly unprepared to reply; that, had he known the honor hi store lor hhn, he would have come prepared with a suitable speech, etc. Of course, the Joke was taken, and the applause win uproari ous. It Is reported that In the State of Ohio, a strange discovery has lust Ixcn made. An old tree having been broken to pieces by lightning, the fragments of a .skeleton and a portion of a portfolio were found mnonir the tMris. The portfolio contained an aluio-t illegible document, which showed that the remains were tho.-e oi Captain Rorr Vimdcrberjf, a companion 1 Washington, who, hi a march ugain-t 1 Indians was wounded and taken prisoner, on the :id. of November, 1701. Having succeeded In e.-caplng. ho took refuge in a hollow tree, but, unfortunately, could not get out njrahi. He kiciI tl'ie lust hours of lits 111.- in writing his Jour nal, from which it appears he must have lived eleven days In his terrible Imprison ment. Tiiosb nations who eat lWi with one meal each day, are undoubtedly the most .icinu in uueiieci, aim inc ino-l capable ot brain labor without exhaustion or fatigue. Xot only Is such phosphatlc food condu cive to the activity of the brain, but it pro motes fecundity and Increases the ability to endure cold, fatigue etc., anil while the facilities for obtaining It are constantly In creasing, It would bo well for the rklug generation were they made to partake ol and realize It as second only In many re spects to tho stall' of life; and the husband and father who occasionally takes half a day from Ids legitimate business to till Ids basket with delicious llsh. should not be considered a inert) "sportsman," hut a "good provider" lor his family of those things which are of vital utility. llera Id oflFculth, A i.aiiv hi thl city, several years ago, says the Kuoxvlllo (Tenii.) Chronicle, had a front tooth put hi on a pivot. Lately tho tooth bccaim. itiim,. unit tin. nflim- l.ii while out In the yard lifdlng her chickens enotiieezcii very nam, wiirn the tooth fell out and was at once swallowed by one of tho chickens. The lady kept her eye on that same chicken, anil, as soon as possi ble, elleetetla capture, when she felt of the craw until shu discovered a substance slio took to ho her tooth, and, taking a knife tho eraw was opened at that place, the tooth taken out, and again dosed with needle nntl thread, and the chicken re leased. Tho chicken Is still living and well, though full of resolution never again to swallow a tooth, while tho lady sports a full set of teeth again. The above Is vouched for as the truth by a re liable gentleman. In tub Vienna Exhibition thero wero several sncclmens of the finlmtiiiltur ..i parts of llio human body. Tho-o exhibit- en uy nr. .uanni.oi Naples, were partial iarij tu ue uuieti. uuu Ol llit0 was a large round table inatlo of muscles, sin nws, etc., of a tlark brown coior, with a handsome polish. This practitioner Is re journ to imve neen specially successful. Among his other exploits ho petrified '1 halberd, and the widow Is said to keep the corpn In her drawing-room. He nKo embalmed M.i..lnl, and so well that some of the more economical admirer of Hint statesman urged that tho body should ho w-i it i in jiuuie as a siatue, aim thus save expense. A oooi deal of excitement has been it iLMiiiigiuu lerruorv nv re ported gold discoveries on Hwmik- Illvr.r and already gever.il hundred miners are at work there. The Swank Iiiver, a branch ol tho Yakima, Is twenty-llvo miles In leiigiu, ami ironi us source to its moiitl rich Indications are found at all holms, n; nlso on its small tributaries ond In tho stir rounding hills. It Is said that specimens from these placers have assayed at $11.50 wu ounce, aim mat prospectors have pick ed up solid lumps of gold weighing from half an ounce to an ounce, Tho cost ol living on tho Swank Itivcr Is almost as low us at Portland, Oregon, Hour costing only seven dollars per barrel, while other necessaries of life are to bo obtained at rates proportionately moderate. Tim mines are easily accessible, and If tho fa vorablo reports of their productiveness should be confirmed there will doubtless oh a great rusii limner in tlm spring from nil parts of Washington Territory ami Or- cgon Facts for Tanners-. If you hirest inonor Iii tools, aid tben leavo them exposed to tho weather, It Is iiiuKiini! a.s itiuiiiiig money io a spend thrift without security a dead loss lu botl cases. ifyou Invest money lu books, and never read them, It Is the, fame as putting your tuwifi-j tiiitt ii iiuiik uini never uruwiug ci' llier principal or Interest. If you Invest your money In lino stock. nun no not iceti ami protect itiein am properly caro ior tliein, it is tho sauio as dressing your wlh) In silk to do kitchen work. if you Invest your money lu cholco mitts, and do not guard and glvo them n chain to grow ami prove, their value, it Is tlio same as putting a good hand Into tho iieiu wuu poor toon io worK witn. If you Invest your money In a good farm, ami do not cultivate It well, It Is the same as murrylug n gootl wife and so abusing and enslaving her as to crush her energies anu nreaK ncr licarl. Ifyou invest your money In a lino house, and do not cultivate your mind and tasto so as to adorn It with Intelligence ond refinement, It Ii as If you wero to wear uroaiicioni iua a sun nut to mm, Ii vnn tnresi vnup innnnv li tlnnolntliAB and do not wear them with dignity and caso. It is an Ifn plowman wero to sit at u Jeweler' tablo to mako and adjust halr- apntigs, If. you Invest your money In strong drink. It Is tho same as turning hunirry hogs Into a grown corn-field ruin will fol loir In both cae. If you Invest your money hi every new wonder that llamiiig circulars proclaim, It Is the same as buying tickets at a lottery olllce, where there arc ten blanks to one prize. Ifyou Inxest your money In the lat novel. It Is the same lis employing a tai lor's dandy to dig vour Dotntoes. llx. ehtmge. Iteathof 1'ioressor Agassi, ttfroin theN. Y Sun. Dec 15 1 Professor I.ntiN .Inlin liuilnliih AliiI died at lOilo o'clock lat night. He was born In Metier, canton of I'rlbourg, Swit zerland. May M, ISO", He was descended from n l'rclieh family of Huguenots who were driven from I'rance by the revocation of the edict of Xontes. Hi lineal ances tors lor six generations were clergymen. ins iswe lor scieiiuue investigations iih Hears to have manifested Itself nt n very early age, for we are told that before he was niieeii tie iievotetl tils vacations lrom school to the study of the natural sciences, his nttentlou being llrt attracted to bota ny. Prol. Agasslz was educated fora physi cian, completing his studies at the I'nher sltv of .Munich, where he formed friend ships omong tho most eminent men assem bled there, and was ullbrdetl the bct possi ble opportunities for thoroughly aciiualnt Ing himself with all the brunches of knowledge necessary to the naturalist. Tim return to Kurope of a sclenllilc ex ploring expedition sent to Ura7.il by the Austrian ami Ilavariau (.ioveriimeiits. after the mania-ic of Don Pedro to an Austrian princess, gave to Agassis, then u student, an opportunity to manifest hi remarkable iiimiiuc ior ireseiiiiiig in nu cileclivc man ner me results ot sclcntltle inquiry On the return of this expedition .Martins, who was one of the sclcntltle corps, occupied niinseii witn mo publication of his great "tins on iim.u, ine zoological portion was Intrusted to Splx. who died before completing It, whereupon Martins Mlected young Agass). to elaborate the Iclhvolog lcnl department, upon which very little had been done, ami the manner In which It was accomplished nt once placed him In the very llr-t rank of naturalists. Thus It was by atflileiit that his curly researches were directed specially to Icthyology. a de partment of natural history tuwlilch he gained the highest eminence and with which his name has always been particu larly associated. HU parent", however, were not satllled with hi conduct in permitting hi love of sclcutlllc pursuits to divert his attention from the more practical details of the medi cal profession, mid wlththew the small al lowance they hail made hhn while n Mil tleiit. Nevertheless he continued his fa vorite studies whli undiminished enthusi asm. Meantime he paed a very severe examination for the degree of doctor of philosophy with great distinction, ami in the same yeyr took at -Munich the degree of tloetor of medicine. Immediately alter the completion of his woik on the li-hoof llr.izll Aga.. began his researches upon the fo.l llshe, the result ot which secured for hhn n reputa tion throughout tho worltl unsurpassed by that nl'niiv Iklnir iiMtiitvill.tr It. Isl'M 1... accepted the appointment of Professor of .s.iiiuai iitsiui v mine uouege ot .clllcha tel. In 1KB, by the llbeiallty of Hum boldt, he was enabled til lll'irlll tin, Ii1il.1l. cation of his great work on the fossil piucemeii ins writings nave liecn volum inous and of the greatest Importance to science. Kroui ISJli to IS LI lie snent bis summer vacation among tho Alps, where, from minute and earcful Investigation, he evolved the glacier theory with which Ids name I Inseparably connected a theory which nan neen iiinteii at hv previous in vestigations, but never fulfi i-lnl it iimIj.iI until Agasslz devoted his attention to the phenomena ol the ilrift distribution. In 1S1I) Professor Agas-1. arrived In the I'llltetl Stnli.s. 'I'lm nlili.i.t nt' lila l.lt .. .... Ilrt to luakehlmseir acquainted with the geology of the country; anil, second, to nut-mil mviiaiioii 10 deliver n course ot lecture In lto-tnn, and It was not his hi tentlon to remain here more than t Ighteeii months or two yi a . Hut In the tlosc ol 1807 the Hon. Abbott Lawrence founded the scietitlllo school hi Cambridge, and a professorship of zoology was offered to Agas'lz and accepted. His Indefatigable labors nntl Invaluable services for sci ence siueu mat nine are lamlliar to iii wnoio American people, who will ivgartl his lossas u national calamity. . Of mie years ins most earnest ellorts have been expended in combating the evolution the- tu .v tu w.irwui, which ne ngecteil as uu- supporieti iy soiimi generalizations from asccitalnctl facts. The belief of Aimsslz wu that species tlo not Insensibly pass into each other, hut that each lias lis !iini1i,i,-l penou, ami i not eonnectetl, except In the order of lime, with Its predecessor. Secretary Itlclinrdsou on Taxation. Increased WaSIIINOTOV. IWi.lnlini- IS 'I'lm f..l lowing Is a copy of the letter sent by the nccreiary oi me Treasury to Hip chairman ot the Committee on Ways and .Means, on tho silbleet of tlicnrrnniM.il lurri-i... In fix ation : TllKASL'nY IlKPAttTMPVT U'llllivririif I 11, loM In II in. I,. II wn. Cliiiiniiuii nt'fv.i. i iltlt't' III! Will M mill Mi. una tl..iiBUl ll....n. . .. . ullvv.: SSIH 1 hnvv tlir honor to arltnnwl ilfi. tlm rice 1 1 t'llit or your lcltt-r of Hits Uulu transiniilinit rcunliitjyns ol tin" tiuninilttman Wiiysaml Mi-niu ..lllln,. .....,.- ..t.iiB ui i.viiriBtnituvi. uskiiiC lliu Sip.. ittury or llio 'licutury to iclve "I rcusunii In writing lor in Inen-usa In tiixullon, unit why m nu Kirriisi tnti utuci.i nimutl In hU connnulcii tlon n llio proitr oUrcts lor Incniiscd t txullon. nntl thui lie Iniuriu llie committee iit-ciilcally ui tot xiiinillturn mill Hie oimllilnnol llio rtvi'iitie wiiivn icimiii'ii unw incriugp nt-ct'fcsury. In lliu repoit winch, hi ucuirtlinc with law, I li al llie honor to submit lo Coiiguss , I uatU tlie following UnKituge: "blioulil there Hot i, ,. V... rival ol liuiit-ta i an enlyiUy. and an Incrcnip iiiit ceiiioytr llio,u o. the. pad two unit u iiulf miift His exi. n.m. hhuulcl such lit. ti t, cine. I rpnr)mnirnil jft.llll.m .1 .... .1 . .. .... '. m.,m...jiii. Illl-Ulia 1VIII h r. Illllrbll In id us to bo tlm leu.t ljurtlei .,m unun liu' peoplii nrd hu.lnos lit llio country, null- tr limit resort i ourroning money nml licreil. hit the liulilm ihl.t l 1. ... gioumU litre, gtiierujly etutt.it that I sugiii'ttril luiiiiuruiu llixnuun me rtceiiiu rioin till lunu una I11I1 null tuxes luivu not inatcrlully in crtiucil, unit it ts iiimient Unit nu tvinnlue nhle iMMii-iii4iiiiM ui nie.u receipu u soon lo lie ex pi f.Ud under tin) laws now existing. I In. nuhlle If lit was liicresseil by Uiinuiula which could tut lie avoided, iliiring Ilia inonlliof Novi'inlicr. in the. extent ol oier WJ. u '.lOO.and it Is npiimeht lliiitllwillhe silll rurilitr Incruiscl iluiliigih,' 00m Ing monlh by many millions. While the coin ft-celou 1110 hul u Utile more limn uRlclent to imy the Interest on llie puhlio tlelil uml t,ur ciln ex iicnilliures, twill not he expedient t ,.iig0hl lo Inert ttso the supply orenm-noy The ciirrtncy exptnars or the liovtrnment have already con auined 1sii, (.0 tit wlnt has heen railed lo- .111 uii're remsintoiuy Kbout ;o,tiu 00 lh Ksue oftlie tJtilied State, notes authorueil by law will he reached ' ..lit .1 U..II uu li. ti iieiorp inn i-iir-.tiH iimii ..r ru one creait oin only ho maintained by Krt-liinir the ircehilH Ot the tren.nr. full. no i. tlia expenditures lur ordinary rxiieiiara, lorlnlir est on iiulitlo debt and lorlno pnn.ha.vnr bonds f.tr the alnklng fund to tho exUnt urovlilcd or mw, it is mitnue.UT iiietrue policy lit vleivol tlio necessity ol itialuUlnlnglhut creillt no (olevy taxes aa to make It certain thnr tin, ,.!. .;S on these, arliclta ure easily collectut, and not Inlho nlecllon ol aplrlls, tobneco. ana, rail way and ateHinliont rieeiiiii r.".!.i?" and telegraph cunipanle na iubl'rcts o'f t tiul on J"1" "r'oil prlndpnlly ,y' ,,e iVaimi H'. . iTi. i. '. Y""""!' ""Prol iniernnl evenut In its illerlorwanled to l ie c .iiimlllie. In Hit ppasible luxation I lute taken those vthlrh wouh give revenue iioh.tl,ly n, eded llliout any n . ..-. .uii.ii.i ot ireaeiii torce or imiii.ii,Iiii,.i,i. inllley tlm. eaily that the suhjtctiniy utonie e fi""l 'liL"0. B,lfe,,,ll"n or toigrVai TuMuehVo! fiW-hte..'".'? .".!:".un.t.tl1" lh"m it of Ion will uot rally tiiipeor for several montlia hfl ter U pa-sage, un.I that as It Is the ap ,ar"nt dial position anionic th people In rulureextlenditurea he rates which may be (lied will not prinhici t iW anioant of revenue aa would accrue un. M.. -iimcicii, villUIII.IMIlOCa, I have the honor to ho, very respectfully, Vfu, A. Iticiunnnox, rno'y fibsiK years ago Sir IJ. Guinness, tho ''rower lu Dublin, gave tho sum oi t . .' . ,ur ",0 rfsloratlon of St, I'at- itcn rroiesiaiii tuiticiinil in that cltv. Another L'rent hrmccp. Mr M..tfl.... D'AreV. Jf. P for Praml,. W..f,...l 1... I10W tillered to nlucn nt tlnxllannanl nf fnr- dlnal Cullen alike sum of ilOO.OOO for tho purposo of building a new Cathollo Cathe- 1I1UI, ItAISF.I) OaKM 'Vwn niit.a r.1 mI.i.,T (lough, two eggs, two ciifis ol sugar, one cup of butter, one cup of sweet milk, one teaspoOIlflll Ol Soda. (WO rnn nf Itnite ono cup of fruit, cinnamon, cloves, und nutmeg. To )0 put lutp tlio oyen at oiico, iuuuiii mil ue raiaeu, Will) the poss hi lly of snmeaiiriihia revenue, ftiher than In Int nr any rl.k of U. Ilclency which would nmke t it ciaaary to borrow money, anil Iheril.y Incrraan III debt. In the s.leclf..rt oflea nnd coffee for tuxutlon I ant hilluenceil bv t in i'.r,.l,i.rn..., ,i.,.7 . "l WisemgrtlaTullcVeVtrnlera FA1UI AND nuiMiin:. Cubam Cookiks. One gg, one large cup of sugar, one cup of cream, one-hall cup ol sour milk, hall n tcaspoouful ol soda, Hour enough to roll, I.tuv Oaki:. Three eggs, one cup of sugar, half a cup of butter, one cup ol cream, one tcaspoouful of soda, one cup ol rallns, one cup of currants, flour and nutmeg. An Kconomioai. FiniTtt.izKii. The ed itor of the Southern Uiillirntor says: If planters will combine and purchase these commercial articles, gootl mid true, at the lowest wholesale rules, and make tho fol lowing compost, they will save the tens of thousands of dollars thrown away upon I lie llctltlous mixtures sold so largely In the South, l'or the cotton crop, per acre : list poumU ulili.ili- ol nminonU. wo ioiinch) iicrltct KiipiTpliosiihatc ot llnic. 40 k)iiiIj miiiUpor soilit. Wpnunils inutlitlcut Hlnti. Ml iwuntli coinmon suit. 2W iotiinl uri.uinl ilnttr. Jllxtnl wllli lin lKiiimls muck or soil. The same I'm inula would answer for the wheat crop. l.MI'UOVBIi t'l.nni Pastb. Paste which will keep unchanged III warm or damp weaincr, may oe mane in mo loiiowing maimer : Put a tcaspoouful of powdered alum In two nuarts of water. aiiiL let It boll. Mix n pint of llour smoothly Into a pint of coltl water, mid sllr It Into the boiling alum water, continuing the boiling and stirring until the Hour Is cooked, mid the w hole I clear like starch. Add to this about half a tcaspoouful of essential on oi cioves, strain through a wire gau.c or perforated tin strainer, and bottle In witie-mouthcdjar, which should bo cork etl to keep out dust. Mistakbs is Wasuixo. The directions lor washing with flieinach nes almostal ways adUsc Very hot or bolllm? suds. Hut leinember never to put tllrtv clothe Into clear hut water. It "cts the dirt," mid you must work very hanltogct the clothe clean alter ucli u mistake. Some fruit stains are removed by pouring boiling water through the spot, hut someothir stains are hopelessly "set" by such mean. It seems lo tne the safest way either to have the water in which clothe are wash ed no hotter than the hand can bear or to have the soiled clothes wet In either cold or warm water before putting therii Into hot soils at least to see that table linen ami garments are not put Into hot suds uth dry stilus upon them. Fine clothes are soniffllnes spoiled by boiling hi hard wa ter. Ilim-ckcccr may be obliged to wash with h.tnl water, hut it should be first made soil bv alkali. The most foinitinti way Is to add n little lye (white lye usually tiiiitie nv nulling asin's in water; to each bollerfiil of water, skimming It n It bolls. Washlng-sod.i Is used for tho same pur pose. In any c.isC. skim the water, and boil the clothes In a hair. Clothes nun. made gray and spotted by boiling hi hard wiuer can never noniaile to iook verv well again. Another mistake is to boll the clothes too long, rifteeii minutes of good I... I ...III .1.. It..,.- , 's uuiurir ttiutii). nan an iioiirisiuo verv longest time that should be allowed. Too long boiling makes tho clothes vellow anil tentlcr. loo strong u boiling suds may have the same effect. Am. Agriculturist! Impure Waltr. Public attention cannot bn ton often ealli.il to the danger of using hupurewater In household. The origin of typhoid le ver, which so frequently runs through lain lies hi city and country, is oftcncrlu Wells uiltl snrniL's than ISKiiimnii.il In cities It Is easy to uiulcr-taiid, when aque duct water Is not supplied, how wells mav become contaminated, but lor many It fs not so eay to see how wells In tho coun try, ailllihir tho hills or In tlm mi viil. ley, can become so linnurc as to lie sourc. es of disease. Since the general Introduction of aque duct water Into largo cities, typhoid fever has become more common hi the; country ti i.. i t... i . .1, . . .... . - .Liu in uiuuii, iuiu tins uica-cis certain ly zymotic, or one which results from a lioi-on Introduced Into tho blood. Wells In the country are very llablu to become contaminated wlthhuiise sewage, as thev are generally placed, lor convenience, very near the dwelling, and the wate liquids thrown out upon the ground Hud easy ac cess by percolation through the soli to the water. The Instances ot such contamina tion which h .vc coino to our notice, mitt which gave rise to fevers, are numerous. I ho gelatinous matter, which is often found covering the stones in wells affected by sewage, Is a true fungoid growth, anil highly poisonous when Introduced Into the system. It Is undoubtedly concerned hi the production of typhoid fever. How It acts It Is dlllleult to determine, but It Is at least conceivable that lliu spores of the fungus may get Into the blood and bring about changes after tho maimer of voast In beer. These spores, n Is well blown, develop rapidly bv a kind of budding pro cess, and but a little time pjsscs before tho whole circulation becomes tilled with them, giving lUe to abnormal bent ami general derangement, tidied fever. These liingoltl or confcrvold growths are always ii-fsent in waters reii'ieivtt impure liv louscdralnagc. and L'rent ejiuiltni sliniilll be used hi maintaining well waters freo from all sources of pollution, Jhtton Journal of Chemlitry, A flood fertilizer. Farmer generally have to pay price l'or nu nrlleln whlili ltl. a hltrh a Utile skill, they coiMd mako themselves tlurlii'' mo winicr months or on raluv days, when they have llttln else to do. Wo irlvo a recipe for a cheap, good fertilizer, which has been used successfully by farmers In reiinsylvanla and Ohio. One recommends It especially for potatoes and wheat, and ends by saying that ho has used It with succesM on com and other products. It Is as follows i Take 1.000 lbs. of good mold. sieve and screen It to get the giavcl out and mako It as lino as possible, then spread tut it tiooi- or boniu muiuuio piaco ; add 100 lbs, sulphato of ammonia, 100 lbs. coin- until i-au. u en mix with a niko. H'ln.n thoroughly mixed, add 2.1 lbs. pearlash and l!.') lbs. sulphato of soda, mix well, uivii mi t 'luu tint, trm lint . v., itm best I'eruvlau guano, and 1M lbs, ground plaster. .Mix the wholo thoroughly, throw on a pllo for forty-olght hours, ami it. i- ui mi in', ii ii, ,s io no useii ior pota iwa in insincm wiieru iiouito hugs are nu nierous, 5 gallons Htilpliurlo acid may bo sprinkled over tho mass. Caro must bo taken not to use tho acid hi a confined piacf, as tiio mines uro nan lor the health. If It Is snllletl on the llnor. do nut tl water on It, tu It generates great heat when hi contact with water. Sulphuric add sprinkled on tho ground will kill bugs of any kind, and IU limit's are especially latal to the potato bug. Sctentiie AmerU Feed Fowls n Llttlo and Often. It Is a very careless method of fecdlntr fowls which wo seo often adopted, where tho jiralu Is tljwn down In trrcat heaps on tho around, or lloor. It Is not unit- wasteful, hut Injurious to the fowls, bo causo they jrut over-fed, and It Is lu an im portant respect contrary to their habits, for win minim is to "scratch." watch tho old hen with u brood when sho Is lust let onto! the coon. Sho hnnllv nil Irntiitlm spot ; but us soon as elm has realized her iirctiuuiiiowiifro per claws Into the soil, and afterward whenever you seo her she is nt. .iiiiiiyn mil, men, no more than can be eaten at once, and take caro that this s so scattered iimoiiL'st some ll.ht rubbWi lint they may havo tho luxury of scratch hif for It, If feed Is hurled hi fresh earth, then Ihey f,'ct with their mouthful of Kraln somethliiL'of uso to Ihelr neciillardlL'estlvo orpin. , drain, however, should not be id owed to come In contact with tho llllhy, yard '0 ftt'M ,01""' tl10 l)ol,ltri'" I'rogrcsslvo Atrrlcnltnre. v?. lloubt ccry fn"'nr desires to ho itn?.rr.V?i' "".''"I'll'rjent ond iirogresslvo .m h'1'0 f,11 ' lmt ortlcrto mVritthat f11"11 V.'f.ro mu,t 1,0 1'ltelllscnt plan ?Snr,lJl',.'k'1?,,',nai,ap'e A man- "Jid Intelligent competitor catches pnlj wav to brliijr about successful results U to endeavor to develop Increased produc t0' "7 Increased fertility, and hat In creased production ami tnereaxed fertility aro to be brouirht nimnt i,v ti,.,.,t,.rn,i. Ii B farnier exercising a lllirai cxpendfturo of labor and capital. Tho fanner, as com pared with the merchant or manufacturer, IS III a most tllicnvlnhln nnslllr,,. n,l 1,1 capital, scatteriHl over his fruitful llchls, Is by his 8Hcov8or carefully reaped, and thus otlicr men enter lato tho wccU and re wards of his own labor and capital, The irescnt aim iiiiure icnticncy oi agriculture , ami limit bo still more. 0110 of iiroirros- slon anil Increasing development. The advance hi the price of labor, the multi plied use of expensive machinery, the In dispensable use of high-priced ftirtlllzers, thcincrcascd consumption offccdlng cakes, the higher prlco of cattle, the necessity for targe increase oi capiiui,mcincrcacil com petition 111 the Sllimllcs of corn mid live cat I le and preserved meats, make the science and tiractfeo of agriculture more than ever a (iimcuit, nut also more than ever n pro gressive one. It Is not possible to retreat. To be a successful farmer It requires a fur- seeing, hard-headed, cautious, yet resolute and courageous policy. TV. Y. Ha aid. Tub attention of our many readers Is called to tlio attractive ntlvcrtiscmcntol J. X. Har ris.1!; Co., advertising tliclrgrent and vnlimlilc lung remedy, "Allui'i lAingllalsam." Till ll.ili.im Inn been beforo the public for ten j curs. Notwithstanding this long period, it lias ncvpr lost one wlilt of Us popularity, or liuwn the least sign of becoming unpopular, but, on tho contrary, the call lor it lias been constantly Increasing, nftl al no previous iliac bus the dcinnnd been to grout, or the imimtity inmlc been to lnrc, as at this day. Vc earnestly rrioinincntllts trial by anyone who may bo allllcted with a cough or cold, atul wo warrant It to euro II directions arc followed. It Is sold by all our city druggists. A Nation of Dysit.iticsj. We live fast dissipate In everything except right coitstics, and 1111 early graves, We drink all kinds of poisoned alcoholic spirit, and swallow,wlthoiitiu,'istlcatliii, pork, grease, ami every conceivable carbonaceous, soul dtt lining, life-destroy Ing, system-clogging. Indigestible food. Dn. Wai.kkii's Vi:ii:i aih.i: ViNBOAtt lltrrntis cannot stop this hi a radical manner hut It will remove the evil ellects, and the recovciing patient, with fresh, pure, vltallcd.electrfod blood llowlng througli his arteries mid mIii. will haven clearer head and n cooler Judg ment, iviiicii, eoupieti wiin experience, w in cause him to abstain In the future. Cloud, nutritious, dlgestlblo diet, which the most delicate stomachs may take, can be found In cracked wheat, corn bread, tomatoes, raw or soft-boiled egg. baked apples, boiled rice. Plain rlccDliddliirr. com starch. rait beef, mutton ami poultry. With Vix- BtiAit iHiiT.its ami numeration m eating uiid drinking, there Is no Incurable ease ol dy spep la . A (loop and useful Christmas present to a gentleman or boy, will be a carton ol Klinwood or Warwick collar, containing 100 collars. Any luriiMiliig store can supply them. Symptoms of I, her Complaint. A sallow or vellow color of skin, or vellow. I'll brown spills on lace mid other parts of i'uiiv; tiiumrss nun iirowsiuess wuu iietuicnt lieuiliichc; dizziness, hitter or I nil taste In mouth, dryness of throat ntnl Internal heat; palpitation: In innnv cases a dry, teasing cough, with sore throat; unsteady appetite, raising of food, choking sensation 'In throat; dlstre, heaviness, Moated or full feeling about stomach mid stiles, pnlu ill sides, back or breast, mill about shoulders; colic, pnlu iinii soreness inroiigii oowcis, won neat; con stipation alternating with tllnrrlitta; piles, flatulence, nervousness, coldness of extremi ties; rush of blood to bead, with symptoms of apoplexy, numbness of limbs, cspi'i'inlly nt night; cold chills alternating Willi hot Hushes, kidney and urinary tlllllcultles; dullness, low spirits, unsociability nnd glooniv foreboding. Only a few of ahtne svniptoius likely to bo present nt one nine. All who use nr. Tierce's Alt. i:.t., or (loldeii Medical Discovery for I.lver complaint nnd Its complications' are loud hi Its praise. 1 Will: OF UVKll DISEASE. Itcsic, Texas, May 10th, 1873. Dr. It. V. Pnuici:: Dear Sir Mv wife last year at this tlmo was confined to her bed with Chronic I.lver I)seae. I hail one of the het doctors to see her, nnd he gave her up to die, when I came upon soino of our medicine. I bought one Iwttlo ami commenced giving It. hho then weighed ts! lbs. ; now she weighs HO lbs. nnd Is robust and hearty. She lias taken eight bot tles lu all, so you sco I am un advocate fur your -Medicines. W. Muazix. llulhllng Associations. This Is a favorite modo of Investment In soino sections of tho country, particularly In Philadelphia ami Its vicinity, lly menus of tho payment that are onl) required monthly, many a worklngniun or mechanic has been enabled from his earnings to provide a com fortable homo for himself mid fundi v, who would otherwise never have been enabled to raise tho sum required to make tho Urst pay ment to secure the property. Ill order, bow ccr, to pro Ido against possible loss In case of death before the payments are fully made, and the consequent inability of the fauill) to contlnuu the payments, tho purchaser of a homo 111 a lilllldlll" association shunlil Kceorn a policy or Insuranco upon his llfo In u gootl company, by means of which tlm propert could he secured to Ids family In easo of ids early death. One of tho best of these compa nies Is tho l'ciui Mutual Mfo Insurance Com pany of Philadelphia, In which policies for luiviillloiint.lun.-u or small, mav bo seciiri il. or agencies obtulned by application to the homo olllce, No. 1121 Chestnut street. Phlln tlelplda, or to J. W. Iredell, Jr., No. 78 Wct Third street, Cincinnati, Ohio, "A Smoiit Coi.ii," Couaus. Few nro awnro of tho Importance of cliecklng a coujih or " tliyht cold," which would yield to a mild remedy ir neglected, It often attacks tlm lungs, "llrown's Bronchial Troch eV'giio euro and almost Immediate relief. I'lUtSnN'H who linvn lieentnn tlinroiiirlilc cbllicd from any cause, may have their tTrrii lutlou at onco restored lty taking Into tho tdomach a teaspoonful of.oAnsoa's lnotiine Liniment mixed in a little coltl water, well sweetened. KVI'.rtV rurmir win. n,.',ia n imnil ctr.nl.- nt lioraca, cattlo ami aheep, and Inteuds to keep them throuph the winter, should ge t at omit a good atoek of Sheridan's Cavalry Condi Hon iVnedrrs. Omt dollar's worth will suvo tit least naif n ton of hay. fsAMPl.KM FllF.K. The Saturday Keening roit, iiin Walnut street, 1'hlludclphta, gives it beuutlful Chromo or largo Steel Kngra lug to ccry yearly subscriber. Samples free. Com, Thirty Years' RxierUur of nu Old Nurs. Una. WiKSWHv'a Bootdiko Brnur la tho prcscrlp tlou of ono of tho hen Female I'liyalclana ami Nurses lu llio Uulted Stales, and has been useU for tlilrly irura with iiever.f.niiirf ..r-iv .ii..,u n ,ni. lotia o( molliira and children, from tho tattle Infant of one vrcck old to tho. adult. It eorrccta acldlly of ttiestomoih rcllciea wlml colic, resololea tho bow. c s, and cltca real, healih.anitcoinfott tomotheraud Clllld, W U UCtlOVO It to lit, tin. Tlo.it ni.il Rum., ttrmM. ily lntho World la all cases of DVSSNTEnV and IilAItlilta'.A IS ClIIUinRN, whether It arlacs from Tvi'lnlngorfroinany ether cause. Full directions for using will accompany eacli bottle. Nouo Ucnulue uiileiatliofac-slinlloof (JUIITI8 & 1'EItKINS la on me uuiai'ju nrappcr. BOLUliriUMlDICIXI IXlLIlU. Children Often ),ook I'nle nml BUU From no other cause than having worms la Ue stoin- BROWN'S VERMIFUOn COMFITS will destroy Worms lihout Injury to the cblld, being pcrfcclly wiiiik, sml free from all coloring or other tious uscuinworin prenara. CUIiTIS & DROWN, Proprietors, No. S1J Fullon slrcel, Now York, SoU 6y Dnaaliu anil Chimtiii, mid Dialer In .M.tv.r...,u, . waflTT-riYK 11NTB A POX. The Household Paimcru Lliilinent nntl Family Is the best remedy In the world for the following complaints, vhu Crampaln llio Llmhsaiid Btonmch, Tain lu tho Etomach, Ilowcla or Side, Rheumatism in sll Us (onus, pllloui Colic, Neuralgia, Cholera, Dysen tery, Colds, Flcili Wound., llnrui, flora Thruat.Sploal Coinplaluts, Bpralus and Urulars, Chills and FeYcr, For Internal and Fatvrual use. IIS oiHTUtlon la not oaly to relievo the patient, tut entirely remove the causo of (ha complaint, It pene trates and pervades tho wholo syticm, restoring healthy action to all II parti, aud quickening tho Diooa. Tin lIonsiuoLii l'ANicai a Purely Vegetable and Aii'iieaiuig. lrcpared by CUIITIS & I1IIOWN, No. 315 Vultou street, New Turk. For sale by all Druggists, Brown's llronriuai 'lTnenea tor Conglta Aconon.coLD orboretiiiioat Iteqtilres tramedlata attention, and should be Check. ed. If allowed to contluue, Idsitatioh or Ta lc,il'iu'ii(i TuaoiT Arrionox, oa it saovABi.a bvxu visAsa is Ditea toe result. BROWN'S DI10NCUIAL TROCIIEg. nsTlng adlfeelluOueneeim the psrts, give Immedi ate relief. For llaowaiiTis, Astuhs, CiTiiau.CoN. iramn aw Tdsoit Diauaas, Taocuis art wild icilK Qlwayt good iucettt. Siaasaa axd IHiblio Sriiiaas Will And Taocu aa useful la elesrlag the voleo when taken before Singing or Breaking, and rellsvlng the throat alter an nnuiual eiertton of the vecal organs. Obtain only "DBowM'sIlaOKcnui. Taocu a a," and do not take any of the worthless UnltaUona that may bo offered. tfoM ,r(ryw Vr, THE MAKKETS. NEW YOItK. Tire. M. 1873 IIKF.F CArn.E-NittlTo. ...... s. a tit. 0 lexu 7.(o (a IIOCiS-I)rred 0.60 W Live.,.,. 14 SIIIIKI'-I.tve B.AO C4 COITON'-Mlddllng-New .... t.ViM I'l.dti'lt-UoodtnChOlce 7.10 M WMKAT-Nevf No, a.. l.W ( COIlN-Wtetern Jtlxcd 80 W IIA'IS Weatern, New ,, M8 ( V 93 7.00 7.60 ie 7.60 1.64 ti 6D 1.(8 1U.IJ' it l t-jMtt eaicrn ,,, j.ia tfa P()l(K"KeW Mrs) 10.00 LAUD ST. t.dltlM. COn'ON-Mltttlllng 1& iir.r.r ty.i ti.i. unoice a.oo w (looil to Prime 4.01 M t)ows and Heifers.... 2.00 tjl llutchers' Stock J.IO (t lIOOS-Uvo 4,60 o MllKKf , ( KI.DUlt-tholceKamily 0.60 (4 6.60 4.60 .1.(0 1.00 4, HO 5. M l.M lit) 61 40 St) I. 3.1 11.60 OS 't 4S DO 5.50 4.(0 4. SO 4.60 7.61) 6.76 1.1.1 'I l.WX 62 37X 70 1.31 II. 01 (SM 7.M i.ru 61 60 1.51 WI1KAT No. 2 Winter l.W No. 2 spring 1.18 C(lltS'-N'o, 2, .Ml i id 61 OA'IX No. 2 39 UVi;-No2..... M IIAItl.nr Medium 1.2.V P(lUI--Nev Mens 14. IS) l..UII-IItlln(t OS WOOL Tiih-atlied--Choice'. 40 Unwashed--Medium. 24 citiUAun. IIKEVKS-NatlTcs ,..I.M Texaus 2.60 S IIO(IS-l.lve., 4.00 0 Mitt:i:p Hood to choice 2.76 at I'l.OUIl White Winter I'.xtra, 0.60 it ."prim: Kxlra , 6.ii ds HUAIN Wheet-Siirlng No. 1 1,13 ( " " No. 2 1.11 49 uorn so. 2.. OaU-No.2... llye No. 2... llarlevNn 2. 61 37 76 1.30 1J7A point- I, A lit) . New Mess 0j CINCINNATI. Fi,Ol'll--Fonilty 7.00 ep Wlli:AT..lted,Nw 1.4(1 4 COIt.NNo. 2 f.l fit OA1S.-N0.2 4S W 11AIII.KY l.to ft CO I TON-Mlddllng-Ncw .... Wtf 1'OtlK-Ncw Mcs 15 on (Ji 1.AIII) m tiS 13. Ml IW' rilF.y vrlllnirtoailtertlscrspteaioiiieullontlie name ui tins jiapcr. THAT "WILIa CUKE CONSUMPTION AVI 11 thoto wlio hare been Ijontf AflUctcd ivltH t'Omtiiiiiitlon tuko Couratfo 1 PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING: CoLrMJHA, IIisnT Co., Alftbimti, Mtrch 8. 1873. Mr-Mr. Jt N. II AKRtK & Co . ctnrlnnail. niiin t J)KAnSir- wtntyouto fend me fix bottlet of Allen's LnnaBaliim. Btncolftut MnylliAve tmuslit aim isHniiuouinirntr liuuici ui mo i-unj; imiinrn, fnr a dliiiifii)of thi Luimiif Tiiinrrrx VKinraTivni ino. Ho fore ttiRt tlmo I hnvo bouent and used nrurly rvrry Lung llcmedr rrcommrndcil, and your Lunu litlsutu Ii tnoonlr thine that liti Riven tne pf rminrLt relief. IbrlleTOUmtir iaed tnjr llfo lmt iprlno;, wlicn I commencM Hi ue. I do noteipect inytlilnir mil vurr lliu rnurcij, uui inu jumnam kiti'bihc up mu ttiRt I ran atteod to bunlncm. It rtrn mo Immediate relief, aud I am itreatlr Improved in urn oral bcaltti. I remain gratelullr i oura. " 1). !D. TOOL. AVhnl 1rter proof of n poml rcincilj fur voitaumptiou tlo you M-niitT New Markkt, Va.. March 24. 1911. MfMrt. riiri.T.IAYM ft Po.s ! OtsTi Ist Uccember 1 waitaltca vlthaierere cough, and wa confined to my room. Hut aa I ant meditating on tlie nainca of dtiTcrent articles I had In hit ttoro for eouRtn. thought I would tryaboltla of Allr n'i Urn a lUliam, of which, at that time, 1 had not Id a bottle. I took a bottlo and opened It, and com. rnenced Cling with the molt happy reiulta, and wai aoon entirely cured of my cough 1 nlnco then t hare recommended It to a number of frtenda. and I havo yet io nnu a iinsio iniiance id wmcu u naa lauca. l co&ildcr tt complete cough-eurer. TheLunpnli(im nevcrfalUtodo sood for thote 1 1 ii narmivaa io inn moii aencaio cnna. It contains no onl urn In any form. It ti sold by Mediclne-dCAif ra generally. CAUTION. H not (Welrnl. rll for AM.T-!ft T.TTVn nAT da?i, Hna iBKono omer ,DuirccuoDi accompany eacn oottie. J. 1'. HARRIS I CO.. Cincinniti. Ohio. ntoriUETons. SOLD IIY AI.l. JIUDICIM: DRAI.EIIS. PEST OFFER EVER MADE. TXI3U OIPiTOIHraC-fV.'X'X WEEKLY ENQUIRER Jt.VD X Beautiful Chromo Premium for $2.00. Aaklitir b llleaalng. AbenutKul plctnro In colore, lsaai Inchta. belle at retail for fiw. Ilttttaelioltl Ie, A hanilsonie picture In llcol SS"A,wil' '"cl"'"l ..Hcl.1.". '"r Klt'icr luo . in I ,v kkklt l.AtJull:sRroronoyl, m 111 ho sent to subacrlliere ho remit ue (1 (U ulreit. UK SOTO IIISCOVIIIII.VI THE JIISSISSIPI'I. f t"1 f.?i"JLror 1S Th" l''cluroana ii;oVvir.cK. iJ,.'.'!H,tl"l!.;.,0.rona;c.ar eentto any aililress for lioi. Acents ho seua ten names anil mooenn imvn A ItllftiilM nfohirs. In n1 .iaui. a copy oi "liebolo Dlacovrrlnir llio.MI.lslnil," anil each subscriber a choice ot either of tho ilrrt two 8'jlnrrlbera reeelrlni riitvuima urn nn An......i i- other I'reintiiuiC'luba, The Enquirer Almanac and Graoeers' Manna! for 1S7I Aprii.:M I ARAN & McLEAN, Clncinnotl. Ohio. STRAUS MILL" WORKS ortnbloMIIKsllRsr-lodl uinlcr-ruiiiiers.rock heuilup rer.riiiiucra, fiti- S'ursn nr Mi'rrlmiit YVitrli. Nutie. slor mill Nlunea fir nil fcl'rs, eJeiinliii. Iliiieli An ker IIuIIIiib lolli. Mono I'pwera, Coiti-hliiiit-rs nml Irnticra. Oeailns, Miafiliir, 'j'i !!5fv!l!nra,etc..Blll.liitls of M 111 51 achl ni rv ntnl JI illcrs' ;urrllea. i-,.n, ( iiBInp,,,t tux 11:10, W'liumll,t! SFfiRFT Sf Prppltial lieauly. New .dentins S..rJ 'Heotit cries, rarllenlars FIIKK. Atl. uuuuineiicrii Agency, uuriiniKti, Jllnourl, UAMTCI1..MCV ltl WAltl'V IncvcrrCmintr. iiniiiliV lllKKcaf cliauce ever Otlerril to fnrmera ami .11 ll,i.r. .ilh ., ...... i... tneut. II )miwanttoiiiol.eiiioney.ilontfiillioafiiil Sn.vCT.'!,r?,v,.I;-v;'.rl1,'"lf .An' """ t-an atll. -"". -' iii. ..t t-t... un r, iauistm ,, Liiicduo. So to $20sr;LA";.HlL f , w u u u or old. make mitra monVrii V... I. i.Vi?,LB" I. ....s a. w i ufiiinasHunf LOW RESERVOIR Are Suited io all Climates, AND FAMOUS FOR DEDJO BEST 70 USE I OHHAPEST TO BUY 1 1 EASIEST TO SELL 1 1 1 Tamoui for dolag mort and BETTER 000KINQ, 5fiilK lo'elser audClienper uaa it aaiijBweriiiawl. fAttoua rou oivmo Cails faction E vorrwhar. rs.-,7,ss.a r- . . lim siKiwn Am especially Adapted 9 TO Till WANTS OF EVEE7 HOUSEHOLD, soisD jb-st 33XOELSIOR MANUFACTURING oompakts", 012 and 614 N. MainStroot. st. jLpms, mp Vlfnnnti' Unreill No cure no pay I AtlJressE.W.IIIalr, lsaoli'allonatbt,I.tula,Mo. DE. WinTTIER, ""SS'A'sJ.'i'ES."- linKflUBtc4,aDillnMtauoMirulrbtlgla ef ikB Bis. OoBsiUMlliiuerpauplUalirM. 0Uerwrlt, w I O a dajr tttniui la Aaente. O. M. Bvliu 7plO VAn'jC Co.. a Bt. l'auf p PalUmore. Ui A MO.VTIIj I package Knvelopet, 1 quire Notnrdper,aoil 13 other aara- wuvv pie wo irlta a9 (5, allhtlreulara.uialletl iiOOKV Cedar Haplila.Iowa. WOMKN, Meu, Olrls and Boys wanted to sell our French and American Jewelry, llonl.B.aanieei ete. sent free, l'.O VIUKEItY 4 Co" Aoausla.'ile." .,91. suB ivVpiarJaf 6n1 aeJ ai(ft i? 5 5 5 58Si3 FILLET'S FAMOUS r CRUMBS Area modern atora X' J At.bctler.hecanse I I H "!rT .rr" nn" VJL' rIom than any other polish. poiisn.rarnetterinan ence. nny utner m cxisv COMFORT YtoU ft brilliant allTcrr ihrtn. wim leaa than half tho labor required when other potlihei aro used. CRUMBS Arc a neat and clean- "VP"! Ir article, maklnir nof U' dirt nor tluat whcn 8 1 Can be ecd even In the ha. tr. without the troublu of re moving COMFORT furniture or earpcta. Itae no disagreeable auiiihnrouaoratronKectil smelt when prepared for uac, but aro plcaaantaud harmltea. CRUMBS Aro pnt.tin In neat style, and In A form mure convenient fur leal TH! polish. In eat irinf IS DJ'nrellntckii I forJj Is eitilli tent In her " stove. Thusall use tnnn any oiner COMFORT U isrexl. Arn tho cheapest pollnh In tho market, le catioonoboxnt lurenta Mit no Huh na much mrf ace aa 'ii cent ortti o( tlio ultl pollatB. CRUMBS llaTft Jtt taken the flrnt pre ml uiu at the OF In competition ltli ai'tirai of tlm timt of thoolttitoTU pol liuiianapoiia i-;iposi- IIVU ifnca. COMFORT has tfieui.or will pmcuro ttiem for you, If noMcmlu onotiollar.joumainn, nnd the name ot youriiearcst cxprciaatattoii.aml w wlllaemtiou ten It ten, ntnl i m pie i of Uarllctl'a Ulacklaganu l'carl Uluc-Iiitf, free of CUlt. Citi'Mna of Comtotit can tP )ilit of all Wiolcpatc Oroccnt onit Dmlera In the United Htfttea, ami licinll Ucalera will tlnd them thnmoit protltntile, from the fact that they arc the faateit-aclliuff article of the kind In the market. H. A. BAKTLETT & CO., Its North Front Ht.t Phllnililpliln. 11.1 Cluimhcrs Ht., cv York. i'J Ilrontl Ht. llontntu BT J8 Kf ifAIWKS 8 ft i&Jatm7iiMn!Z&,VA m4 T1JE CHEAT ALTEHATrTIi AND BLOOD TURIFIEE. It in vot n qunclc costnim. Tlio luercilicnta aro published on each bottlo of medicine It in used raid recommended lij riiysicinna wherever it lins been introduced. It -will rositively euro SCIIOFVLA in Us varloun filaren, JUlltU MATISM, WJllTJi HVi'lil i.jxa, govt, aojTju:, jwoKcmnx, jwitvova DE1JIL1TY, 1NCJPJJW1 COKSVqWTIOK, nnd nil dis enfea nriBing from nnimmiro condition of tho blood. Send ft for ourHosADALJs AwtANAC. in i.,vi. -n...:u t , J VI. ...AA4Jil4 4,1.1 fcllli.ll It O from rclinblo nnd trustworthy riiysicicns, Ministers of tlio Ooppcl nnd others. Dr. B. Wllicn Carr. of rtalllreore, rejalielaBiit tilt lutiirratif Htroftila entl othir dlitana villi lntidiaatlsfac lieu. Tt. tr ei Ti 1. n..m. jiiiiiviuki1Vi jwiiiiiiurf, rreujn- rucude It to ail 1 trrona itiirerlntt villi oirrarea j:iooi,ra)ingit la tiiperlor to any I urination el neetriiteil, ..Eev.Dabncy Ball. of thel'alltoore M. J Ccnltunro houlh. raya lio lae IfCliaointicbli lit fltltilfyllavjif, tint lie cheerfully rtrcirn trils It to all trie friend, etui at nuatntanrt a. Craven & Co., lirvrstatr, f t flordena. vtlle. Ve.. I ay It neM r bu. failed to clve sallsfarlleti. 8nm'l Ol lLTcailden,Murfrelloro, TtrMittf, tos It turrit him of llbcu aatltm vbcu all else failed. THE ItOSADALIS IN C0TtECT10U WITn OTO will enro Chilli and Fevtr.I.tTer Complaint, Bya pepala, ate. ve suarantee lloeicAMs suycrlor to i-uiiutii, dchu ior lieaciipxive Circular or Almaiiac. Address CI.H5IENTS A CO., B 8. Commerce St., Jlaltlmort, 3la Itemcmhcr to ask your Srurulst for ItosADAtia. .t- r aMWITBTlBTrWIlWIWBMBal aM rnan-l i n A nmntitfinlltin nt lllnttlixr Puao ulll. (.A.i,.it,i,i lltt or Wonla which wrlttra aro liable to ani-ll In. correctly. For aalu by Htatloncra uml at 1U33 Cheat- Bubicrlber to ul u0 n io every rri i m iai-.in.- an.u .. m GODEY'S LADY'S BO OK FOR 1 nu TVhcthcr to a Blnuia Subscriber for Thrco Dollars. Or In a Club of Blx For Fourteen Iiollara. ' .. Auare".. L. A. (lODEV, N.E.Cor. Slith aud Cheetnut Btret ta, l'hlladelphla. Skin Diseases. Aoxa (riinples-niacVheads). Brmntomsi nard BSMrWlS .lor(.m bed. Ito eruption except that prjduced tf icrilcli Tlio above andall Kltlt Diseases pcrmanentlrcured mnonu.:,Ald?,'r!I. V,Yt!7 I IW alnnt Slreet-hliadelplila. 1-enna TAESonSikei'ISI -llMr WAitnllsanuRia family new.i'aper Klte'e Vu71',''.r,iurVH lerirat'iSd SlV'i !?',.I5'l'1.?Al,IIH two most attractive subieets thaftlae" on aoupalnted Dr " Ire. AiidcraoS. rat out Bl, and pay very hlfh -o ninilssluna; l'arh f,fer'r r?'va. vrlflioui nil "v ' two Wbui'mS alumii ?r.,ni1. iJ,r?.il ",IJ" slanila beertese e iui!h!.',ll'P,t',:Yn eo popular that, or lu ViV.d. e..i 8. If"'" eirculatlon in the umaul atMslnlUVa Lit A lienc lltwraiexr la tl J . ... j . &Wo,i w:t$k Aw ANT ED. cago, Cincinnati, or Ban yraadat," " - mot teu lead to ft fortune. No rlik.ms-paKfi pamphlet free. lt tinninaiBlii.llii Wall al valentine Tumbrldse 4 Co anaflrulteriW'all.it.N.V. Rtt.ltvnvm enkkwrr n rn TheJChristlan Leader! IE. n. CIIAPIK. D. D-Edltor.V . Itgtv., ever pr ; IS -irS-.V.'.a.f"..?" "ii turomo npeci Mavaa isiiii ailT MlUlirBllOIls naiiiB t fuVpVp',rthiiVd,s'TK IS. , L.l!Y.;S!!f.0.,!..J'P."""li r atatlnt the Auare, .ivmeii e waa taiten imm. AorHra Wxhtid wniubi vei :sey Birr ct. New York, S,.2VtA..P,W.'Vr,UYt PLANTS. &eS Bco Delure Jourilal, thambrsBur, Va. ' ATA8fn!!.,TV,??,f?'i?ii' tlitioti ever handled. Sainp eaSM. HUIIKKAMAN. l,CTUlt'QCO.,lUClarlorlllMadlaon8t"fjhlcYSi (lrtltRl'"1.N.I1"T,':i'ilr'''il'3 liJlOor Uentlomeii. Kullr :-GBnM Hoiiilt I'lfih Bt., E liii : ita .v u n i i;iui-i. ti 1 partlotilara on , McINTVIlE, St. Ixiula, Mo. lendluir ue the addrceeof ten peraona, with ajr lanu instructions nuw lo net rich, poat-nald, int'aii 'ili (7e 1UH Bouth Bill rJt I'lillal , , oMuiiDirw, a iirniiiiiui inroiuo snfllf Mf'r IHI'OltTANT piBCOVEHV OF LUUIti llmAre. Alone tnr all. Hfiiil BtMint, In t'lli:Al.& CO., Ill B, fourth HI., rhllaileliihlB.Va AflCUTQ Our comhliialloit hoaia tho world! IlliCn IO l-HOFIIN IIK1I Hend for circu lar. Aueiiiuan lloUKii 1'uiii.uiiinu Ctii, Cjilcaxo, month to tucu, women, hove and irlrle ddrees, !OWia t work tor ua. rAiitii iii.AitH kiikk, a Ui. Marion, Ohio, (lejuiat uf iti Onltr, ftutt bound U neck iSllJliier;louM. A iuot ttndewroe) ejeura ! tiwy, aentl DO Ibratuflej. troriin'i I'mmw israiiff iu win urn Jt HALS POWKitS b CO., iriai in fiiuui.tr, Ciaolnuatl. O, WEATHER STRIPS a ewy totrln the western rtisicsio Beii mr iveBioer pirii. mim 4 the beat In market, urao discoonte to atrente A. lit HUtnv'jVTutif W. Uks BU, tlilcago. err nie rant- FILL YOUR POCKET monk" lly s.lllnitanewartlcl.. Belle alelaht. l'ayeiWier cent. Bend 15 cents for sauitilo. or 9 cts. for terms. Address A. U.llUllUlUVrA CO., Troy. Hill. One box of Catrr'a Nulublci Ink lovvder will make a pint of Uist Ulauk Ink In nve minutes, I.MadP, fjUbrntatl, HtUryaiicivllle IlkuitraVaiu-j'ilT B aulltttHihuetivi.B bjh ofBmlMloo. Tt B w etttlaVM, HlA rutralqr a4 Ajh for ft full courae of TelPKrapMiitf when UlU takA wUh)lmiNKtVo-ilMrVK, For Til .I elret'lara al(tria loua ComT tiollege. H BM.euU,Mo. OpanDayaocl -Night., UNITED STATES AND FORM duces now In the market. HhfulUnstrnctloneforapplTlnr. MWfFJi&VPE&ifUtm irormatlon .end far Clrenlara containing Laatcrn ami doiii orina iiarrei. wuu mn mm. i.... eanteil. Vnr rnrlhee Inrnrmatton eend TTESTERJ 1IRANCII Olllce, Jo. nao Clteenttt HI, ST. JL.OTTXS. 3VHO. IThe tewTribnao nulldlnirstenda upon the oldatte, and will be the laraeet neaapaner onice In the world, It will benine stories blah, and wilt coat, exclusive of fl.e,vuuiuiiuu uuiiars.J The Leading Amorlcan Newspaper. NKVEIt SO GOOD AS IT IS TO-DAY." Term, affile Tribune, Daily tnr mall), one year, 110. Skmi-Wkiklt, ono year, fli nve copies, one year, ll'UU- ten copies (and one Kxira), one year, (33, Wmklt, one year, U t llvo coplee, $1 JO i ten roplee, I13.M I twenty coplee, tit i and tlilrly coplee, 130. Kadi prraon procurtnir a club of ten or more aub- irriueratsentitictiioono eitra tvi;i-;KLV. nnd of miy or moro to a SKMI-WIILKLT. l'apers addressed leparatcly to each member of clubs will bo charged IVU VCUIB RUUIIIUUII .V KIIUIO IBICS Encclmcnconleeacnt free. The kkltT ninrxr. alma and claims to bo Iho best aKrlciiltural paper publtshed. It contalna moro eoluinna of sneclal Interest tn farmers sml tliHp fai.il. Ilea, fuller and more reliable markcta tsralu, produce. ui iiiu"i .uuiiiinvriiBm'uu nun nil llio BKriCUItur al, as writ aa Keneral, neae ot tho country. The KiKtr hae readera and contrlbutora lu every coun ty Intho United States, and la thereforo Valuable to lannrra in all parte ol theconntry. "Hitra Sheets" aro Issued occasionally, and contain the lateat and beat thlnirs Inert, science, literature, history, and rclleloua discussion. The fourteen Rzlraa now published arnt br mall to any addrcas tn the United Slatee fer Ono Dollar. De scriptive clrculsrs, clilng-elull details ol tho contenls of each hxtra, sent free. A CIIANCK TO HAVK MONEY. A Mngazlno nntl a Nevvspupcr. noTit ron littlx iiorb tiiak Tin rmcx or oxi. tub TntnoKE will supply tbo pr ticlpal mamilnea end pcrlodlcnla of this country and Kurope. totrcther with either edition of Tun TinnuKi. at tho folKiwInu .. i iti.ikm.uu.,ivii iivui .ue reauisf auuscription Publlshrra' ttrlth VTIlh rcaular "Weekly Peml.W. nrlcea. Tribune. Tribune narnere Marnslno... Herlbner'e Monthly.. Tho Nation Atlantic Monthly,,,, llarnrr'B Duir ...1100 ...100 ,. 900 .... 400 .... 400 (300 (900 D VO U) 900 510 4 23 900 4 90 900 900 4 90 BOO 913 4 23 I 23 o w 7 01 900 6 00 3 23 U 990 9 00 9 00 9 90 (U St.Mcholas .. 300 New York Weekly 900 ttarper a tveem Harner'a weeltlr a tw uaiaiy son lalloH Illustrated Weekly., 4 00 Scirntlllo American 3 to Annleton's Journal 4 00 Topular Kclence Monthly.... 9 to ttoucye utiiy -e hook, rhrcnolofflcal Journal... , 300 . 300 e 71 9 23 923 Bend tho money for any of thn above dlrcellr to aub i ninuj.B,Bfc inu puuuincu rate.nnu you win rc celve both newspaper and macazlno. Itrmlt by recla' terrd letter, dralt on New York, or postal order. Addrcsa. THE TRIBUNE. Now York. 1 IWCERCHAIvrT'O GARGLING OIL iTta Standard Liniment of the United Elates. is coon roit lhtrnt and Seatdt, Jlhettmatiivi, Snraini and ItmUet, t nuiiiam. IlaiwrrhiMt or rites, Sore Xipjitet, ('tiled Jit eattt, littula, Mamie, Sjatint, Sirernrti, Chapped fundi, I Fluh H'windi, 9 j- roar titer, External I'atAoni. I Saiul Craeln, (lall$i&alUhvU, Million. mntlialtiA I mum, mnjoone, I'oll Evil, mtaof Animali, Cracked Httlt. ' foot lot In Sheep, Jlovn fit 1'outtni. I 4OOIHO0IK, Lame lack, tf a, if c. Large Slio $1.00. Modlnm 80o. Small 25c. Small Slio for Family Uio.aaccnti. Thn flitrirlin'r till Iiiim lieen In uso na n liniment hico ISM. All wo ask Unfair trial, but lio euronivt follow tilrecllone. Aakyntirncurost Ilruirclstnrtlculcrinl'nt cnt Moillclnna for no ol our Alnmnuca, antl rent what tlio rnte my nbottt llio Oil. Tho tiarKlliiic Oil Is fnr unto lty nil ro ajieclnlila tinnier tlirniigliout tlio United Xtatet nml vtlter evunltleit. Oitrfejfniutrfnttilato from 1833 to tlio prea. cnt,nnilnroniDMV(t. Weitlao manufacture Itlcrclinnl'a Worm Tablet. Wn .Inn I fnlr nml lll-'.ml ..111, nil nml I tlcfy contrmlictlnn. Manufacture.! ut Lockport, N. Y., U. S. A., by Mcrcliant's GargHng Oil Co., JOHN HODGE, Secretary, CONSUMPTION u3k.xxc3L Its OTJt.ro. VI3LiX.SPIVr: Carbolated Cod Liver Oil Isasclenttflacotnblnatt-npf two well-known mntll. cliiea. lutht'orv la flrat lo nrrret tlio durny, then build un the eysteni. rtiystelaiia find Iho doelflnitfor. reel. The really surtllnii cures performed by Wlll son'aOllarepruoI. Citrliolic Atid pontttetln arretl Decay. It Is the most powerful antlseplla In the known world. Kn lerlna Into ttieclrciilatlnn.U at once Rraj.pica with corruption, and decay ceaaca. It purlllce the aourcif Vod .leer Witt Xaturt'ebut autttant In rcslitloL Consumption. Put up In Inrtfe tvrilKe-sltaiiril Irattlea. Itriirliiu I lie Invrulur'a BlRiinture, iitl Is tum uy sue iieaa uriiKgiata. i rcpareu uy J. II.IVILI.SOV, 83 John St., Jitw York, Wt Anr'ai 1 llUIILDUT ft UnSAIX.CuiCAdo. W8TIC!t AOTai)((.1A,r,ON fc JjT ju,,' OPIUM' MORPHINE liAOITaiModliy ctiictl liy 1)1. lit! Ic'u only known A muo ltcmedy. 7VIS oilATinw for trealiueiit until curetl. Call on or ndtlicas UK. J, O. PECK, Cincinnati, O. nW.''nEFKIlKNnEflAItf:rf.l5ItOYMF.N.llAfftr .J I IIH. anil svl-ll.aiiinan IlltUIkJua. ...-:".' "if imiiuiY lory puner, mil of rholce conmbu TWHNTY.FIVK CKNTB. Wn wuu Ibj. SJlir uuirriDlllllll in IVArV rillllitt. Win nrurerrcd. Hiilncrlbo for llio impf r Vml torrltnrv ami trnn. .uivisi't'iiiiii 1 iiiiitii 110 itfusuwafi ri i 81.00, THE NURS Allloiitlily Jlnunzlne l'or Youngest Kcatlor n..nA-i.i. Ill , 1. . n... .. 11. .ui.w.j .uiuutiLDu. pcuu namp lorasampiom tlV. Ailit.aa. ............ Lnromfleld Street. Host in. AQENTB WASTED FOB THE HISTORY OF THE GRANGE MOVEMENT FARMER'S WAR AGAINST MONOPOLIES. llelu a rull aud aeeurate account or the striirnlea of the American farmers araluat ilia extortions " mii.ow.ot.naviroVnJe.'.r'i'tii KxassFiiSx I'UllLitilUNri CO.. Bti l!oins Mo. I MV. aa all ml1 Vtarl a . i with th green u flavor. TTr IfaVntMsl tn aaull at M . YtT tela nea.aB.knB. ieiil iA aaTaa eaia.Y. wiioltl onlf ur tueUreai Allantlo and i'aclnoTea Vo mrcl St.. N. V 1". Ol DOS MM. for Tnea-Keetar Circular. iruiinn at,, attu a ana s ajnC PKH PAT CommTssion or 9 tJpaStl Balarr and expenses, wo offer I (nslt. Avv'rnorf, tf, Webber Co,, 1 or aao a week rii Bun will Marlon, Vt i vt aa h i n l Tli NATION At SOHAIDER FELT1HG CO, and rar- rlnrv. No. 717 H. Ulath Ht., C. W. THOMAS, l'rastdcnt. oiiift i r i ff r v imm naAWirh Dr. .1. lVnlkcr's Californlft Vin cgnr Hit lei's aro n purely Vocctablo propamtlon, mmlo clilclly from tho na tive licrbs found on tlio lower ranges of tho Sierra Novmlu mountains of Califor nia, tlio medicinal properties of which aro extracted thorefrom without tho itso of Alcohol. Tlio question is almost dally aslcd. "What Is tho causo of tho unparalleled success of ViKr.oAn Hit rats t" Our answer Is, that they rcmovo tho causo of disease, and tho patient re covers his health. Thoy nro tho groat blood purlflor and a llfo-glvlnc prlnciplo, a perfect Hcnovntor nnd InvlRorator of tho system. Novcr boforo In tho history of tbe worltl lias a liictllclna heca commiundcil poaacaalng tlio rmiarkablo qUAlltlci Of VlNEO AR IIITTRR8 111 hcaliUff tllO sick of every tlUcnao man U nelr to. Thoy aro a gcutlo I'urgatlvo na woll as a Tonlo, rollovlug Congestion or Innamiiiatloii of tho Liver and Visceral Organs, In Billow) UlsvasM. Tho proiiortles of Dn. Wamcku's ViNitoAit llirrmtit nru itnerlont, Dmnhorctlo, Caruilnativo, NntrUlous, Laxative. lMurotio, 8cdatlvo, Counter-irritant, Sudorific, Altera live, and Antl l!llloii. 'Orntel'ul Tlioiisnntls proclaim Vis. koah UiTTKita tho most wondorful In. vlgorant that over sustained tbo slukhm system. No Person enn tako these Bit tcrs necordlng to directions, nnd remain long unwell, provided tholr bones nro not de stroyed by mineral poison or other means, nnd vital organs wasted boyond repair. JJlHous. Itciuilfont nntl Inter mittent lovers, which nro so preva lent lu tho vnlloys of our groat rivers throughout tho United States, especially thoso of tho Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tonncsseo, Cumberland, Arkan sas, Ited. Colorado, llrnzos, Hio Grande, l'carl, Alabama, Mobllo, Savannah, Ho nnoko, James, and many others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our entlro country during tho Summer and Autumn, nnd romarkably so during sea sons of unusual heat nnd dryness, nro Invariably accompanied by oxtcnslvo do rangcmcnt8 of tho stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a purgatlvo, exerting-n pow erful lnllucnco upon these various or gans, Is essentially necessary. Thoro Is no cathartic for tho purposo equal to DR. J. WALKBll'S VlNKOAlt UlTTKItH, as thoy will speedily romovo tho dark colored viscid mattor with which tho bowels nro loaded, nt tho samo tlmo stimulating tho secrotlons of tho llvor and generally restoring the healthy functions of tho digestivo organs. Fortify tlio hotly against dtseaso by purifying nil Its fluids with Vineoak Hittkiis. No epidemic can tako bold of a system thus lbro-armcd. Dyspepsia or Indigestion, ncad ache, Pain In tho Shoulders, Cou-lis, Tightness of tho Chost, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of tho Stomach, Had Tasto In tho Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitn tatlon or tho Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, I'nln In tho region of the Kid. noys, and n hundred other painful symp toms, aro tho offsprings of Dyspepsia. Ono bottlo will provo n bottorgimrantco jf its merits than a lengthy advertise ment. Serofuln, or King's Evil, Whlto .Swolllngs, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Hrrellvd Neck, Cloltre, Scrofulous Inllaiiunittlons, Indolent liillainmatloiis, Mercurial AUcctlous, Old Sores, Kruptlnns of tbo Sllln, Boro Uyns, etc. Ill tbese, its In all other couetltntjoual DIs- HIH08, WALKKn'S VlNIIOAR JJlTTIiltS llttVO .tliuwn tbeir great curatlvo powors lu tbo most obstinato and intractable eases. For liiiliiminntory and Chronic Khouinntism, Gout, lllllous. Ilemlt tcnt nnd Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Illood, Liver, Kidneys nnd Bladder, thoso Hitters liavo no equal. Such Diseases nro caused by Vitiated IJlood. Mcclinnlnil Disenscs. Porsons on '.mroiI In Paints and Mlnornls, such as I'luinbcrs, Type-Butters, (lold-boators, and Minors, as thoy ndvatica In life, aro subject to paralysis of tlm Ilowols, To gtturtl ngiilnst tills, tako a dusa of Walkuk'b Vin utiAii llirrnim oecnMloiially. For Skin DIkciikoh, Kruptlons, Tot ter, Kalt-ltlititiiii, nintrbus, Spots, l'luiples, I'uatiiles, Ilnllit, Carbuniliis, Iting-worum, fleulil-liead, Horn Hyes, Uryslpolas, Itch, ricurfn. llseolorntloiis of tlio Hklu, Humors and Dlseasim of tlio Skin of wlintovor name or nature, aro literally dug up and carried out of tlio system hi a short tlmo by tbo uso of thoso Hitters. Pin, Tupo, nnd other Worms, lurking in the system of eo many thousands, aro oli'octually destroyed and removed. No system of medicine, no vermifuges, no en thelinlnltlcB will free tho system fiom worms like thoso Hitters. For Female Complaints, in young or old, married or single, at tho dawn of wo manhood, or tho turn of life, those Tonlo Hitters display eo decided an Influence that Improvement is soon perceptible Cleanso tlio Vitiated Blood when ever you find Its impurities bursting through the skin In Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores i cleanse It when you And It obstructed and sluggish In tbo veins: clonnso It whoa It is foul t your reollngs will tellyouwlien. Keep tho btoor? pure, and tho hcaltjroftho system will follow. t II. II. ITcIinNAi.n At no.. nrtirKiat and Gen. Arts. Ban KraucWio. California, ... t-. iBi, i. ruins seta 4rtd B "ruiraiica ana Klet-B. I w wiii " itiii-unruit AfllTNTH W1WTPTI l'Vimvii.,ii.n yuctjt t.iiT l-UBLISIUNO CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. nnu AncHTi"te UllrV , "niia.Bennroroireiiiarsof -VJi.. "t-yelsijisaisllsa or TliliiB-B lVasrlll Sonil for circular! uf .""Bliur p,uu IV a It IB MupialUd.O Ina of ecelpt liuoke. lo rolur Ciiroauo llonllnenul 'u i. Co.. bt. ijoule. Mo. , Verdar. LOW) Aaenls watitmi . tr in .in l u. Ht. Louie, Mo. VVTIAT TtrnwAvr SHQJJLp KNOW." TTHTViioeK about Woman. TU Mlj work tf I liWlMl.t prfctvUteVli kWAell)UtiUlfat rf...n.l (UliaieXIs). IMmf fMf BVVf r iu.,bh. Ainraii Bftasi,Bi,,iX?"''S! AnaitTW WaXTKO, tni tnr slrtuUri. nlu.MHi. UiBumnw a in.. (MBBBiiTa. eirtra tenaa, Dr, Tmuer'u Guide to Health. A.n.n,, H.I,, w V ... nuu. .11 . a . . CwsBltMteaerfBa.fU.iifls, CalUrrlieV ' " H?