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Owwo to tho continued effort of tho Ptris 8oclcty fortho Prevention of Cruelty to Antmalg.tmU lights havo been prohibited in France. Tiik Governor of Malno recently sent to tho Legislature of that State tho first veto for fifteen years. Both Houses sustained tho objection. InDiANAroMS boasts ol n versatllo divin ity student, who preaches In English, prays In Armenian, sings In Turkish, and holds his tonguo In cloven other lan guages. Mn. IIeroii's allies In Providence, It. I., have begun the Instruction of children In tho way of kindness to animals. Prlicsarc given III the schools for thu best ruitl-cnt-city compositions. The prograuituo of a recent fashlonablo ball In Washington colored announced tliat It would bo strictly moral until la o'clock. An explanation elicited tho fact that up to that hour members of churches mlnht enjoy thcmolves promenading. af ter whlcn tho backsliders would Indulge In a little chassez. Is Kngland they nro not satisfied with putting alum In bread and Iron In tea, but have also taken to adulterating tur keys. A dealer In Norwich found a method of stufllng their breasts with pork fat. One of his customers took over four pounds of that material from his turkey. The champion female agriculturist Is Mrs.Katolliilett.ofllunulo.Mltin. Shclost her husband In the war, and since then has tilled and carried on the (arm herself. She Is about the average height, rather dark complexion from exposure to sun and winds. Sho dresses showily In an army blouse and pautaloons, with ornamental cowhide boots, woolen hood and dress. However, to partly humble hereself for ex travagance In dress, she foregoes such lux uries as falso curls, punier-, kid gloves, etc., thus saving her female filends the mortification of being outshone by her. Tub system of giving Immigrants bonus money for coming to the country does not work satisfactorily In Canada. Ontario voted $0 ncr head to Iniinli'mnts who hml resided threo months In the Province, but ol late the residence qualification has been dispensed with, and the SO Is paid to tho Immigrant or his agent when the lormerls uuuui iu uupari irom .ngiauu. i lie result Is that many jhtsoiis received the bonus who have not stopped In Canada at all, and bavo not even passed through Ontario. Somo who did settle lu the Province were cheated out of their bonuses bv iliolr agents, and now demand the money from the Government. A Fact for Piivsiolooists. About twenty years ago the nurse In a very re spectable family near Lewes, 3Id.,dropped an Infant, about a year old. from her anus to the floor. The child was terribly shocked, and at first supposed to be fatally Injured; but It recovered, and grew Into a blooming young lady, who was happily wed a few months ago. At the time the child met with the accident It was begin ning to talk, but the only word It could distinctly articulate was " pa." And he:c Is the strange part of the Incident, for this lathe only word she has over uttered since! Alter tho fall she became, and still Is, a deariuutc, except the single svlablc, " pa," AcOItRESl-ONDE.VTOfthe Clilrcirrn Trih. tine says there Is a room In the houso now occupied by Francis Glboii,ln Spring township, Perry county, Pa., In which oc curred the births of John D. Olbson.Chlef- .juKaoe oi me supreme lurt ou'ennsvl nilu; George Gilxon, Commissary of the v ujreu iiuw , nr. worm ucmneisci. me Moruiou -who first reprv-?ntl the Mor romifc in Coop-ess; the Hon. John Bleler. Governor of California from lS52to ISM; and the Hon. Wllllara IMgler. Governor of 1'ennsylvanU from 1862 to 18.V.,who Is now living In Chesterfield, Pa. He asks : " Is there any other room In the United States that can make a claim to furnishing the blrth-placo of so many prominent per sons? " 1 Alexander of Iluss la has Issued a ukase declaring every male liable to conscription in the army, and repealing tho ancient privilege of providing a substitute. Tho whole male population of Russia and Po land, on attaining the twentieth vear of age, will be required to draw Jots, the re SHlt of the drawing settling, once for all. who U to be enlUted for active fervid.- and who Is not. Thoo drafted Into the army will be liable to fifteen years' sen Ice, but may bo allowed to go home on furlough after six years, to be called out again when needed. Youiifr men who have attended school will be allowed n reduction of their term or actlvo service proportionate to wliat they have learned. This is tho most leveling military law In the world. J.iiwla Is evidently a good place for sol diers. There Is rather a remarkable bill before tho New ork Legislature for securing iiure liquors to consumers In the city of sew ork. It prohibits, under severe penalty, the counterfeiting of any liquor, wine or beer ; and tho seller of any such counterfeit shall be held to possess guilty knowledge thereof. It provides for a Board ol Liquor Examiners, consisting of twenty-seven chemists, with twenty-four assistants, who shall Iks assigned to duty lu tho various wards, and who, after pre paring a schedule of tho exact composition or all puru liquors, shall lc empowered to compel all dealere to conform to the stand ard, under penalty of line, Imprisonment, seizure of liquor, and revocation ofllcnse. llie examiners mav rattranv Drumr-aim,, at any time, and begin the work of Inspec tion and analysis, and they shall Investi gate any liquor or liquor-shop upon being m i w w ovj ujf till I'll ixillllllillllillim. Life Records In tho Rocks. In the, composition nf lila iwlnatncllml history, an erudite historian chaptered the narrative Into centuries. Perhaps for his subject thwso divisions were sulllHcntly generous. Still, as measurements of time they were but puny epochs; andyctthev were vast enough for that ephemeral worker, man. But Ho. im wmvuii hitherto" who, as the true Earth's Blogra plicr, wrote on the stony rocks made his divisions the Aoes I Indeed, con those epochs bo reduced to years f What a scope must tho record of Ills doings have with whom a thousand vears are as a ilnv I An ccptlngthcso life-cycles with n significance so grand, wo reverently look Into this great volume Its opening chapter is the vuiiiunun iifjc. nut amazing i me stony iuiuiiiw unit inaKe up us leaves nre scarcely less than one hundred thousand fett in thick ness I It was a tlmo of dreary wlldness, and its primeval life-forms were few, and nugo rocK-masses wcro lilted up irom that sea, and worn down for tho bed of the waters. Next came the Silurian ace. Blntr waters. .Next came the Silurian age, sing ing tho weird music of lu ono world-en- circling sea. ita rorms or lite were Innum erable. Then flourished tho Urachiopods, or shell-bearing worms, and Mollusca. Crustacea, corals.'and a few fishes. Then comes the Devonian age. Now It is that what seemed a monotonous, watery waste becomes as a weary Sahara, with many n green oasis cheered. Tho late universal sea Is dotted with low-lying Islands. Verv beautiful, though lowly lu rank, and not ovcr-Iuxurlant In numbers, were tho plant forms that fringed thoso shores. Then tho fishes composed the nobility of lire. Their patterns wero grotcsnuo i and thov wirn clad In mighty plato-armor, massive os seous tiles, of quaintly sculpture. It was an armature that spoko unmistakably or crimson conflicts; lor, in sooth, these were not piping umcs oi peace, ssexi came tho Carboniferous age. Tho area of land Is greatly Increased ; and it Is beautiful with a new and amazingly luxuriant vegetation. In this plant reoime tho nuecnllest belnir U tho arborescent fern. And this luxuriant vegetation stores up the solar forco, a rich legacy for the far off but "coming man," At tills time a few air-breathers occupy the land. With frog-llko affinities. thv are of very low reptilian rank. Popular A Fireside Amusement. Fasten a picture frame on two posts by means of screws driven through them Into the back of the frame. Place theso at the end of the room, about two feet from the wall, so that the frame will stand upright, witli tho lower edge about three feet from the floor. From all sides of the frame to the wall drape dark shawls or other con venient cloth, and also place a black cloth on tho wall behind, so that It cannot bo Been through the opening In the frame, The light, which should come from the top or sides of the room, should be shaded from the eyes of the spectators and thrown upon the frame. Two or three boxes of different heights roust be ready for tho persons who arotoform tho picture to stand or sit upon, In order to arrange them properly. Tho pictures should Iks concealed during the arrangement of them by sliding doors or a curtain, a inue ingenuity win contrive very pretty groups, and pictures may bo iouiki in dooks ami magazines to copy. Comic pictures may bo Introduced with good effect to give variety for Instance, you announce an nntlqiio head by Garden er, and show n ciibbago-licnd, or repre sent tho light of other days by a tallow-dlp In an old-fashioucd candlestick, etc. Enoch Artlcn Improved. A BrRtN'OFlKLD I.OVK STORY A MASSACHU SETTS WOMAN TltntCE MARRIED HUT ONLY TWO lllTKIUNDS. Tho Springfield (Moss.) Union says About fifteen years ago n. young womai voars niro a minis- woman living In her home In Monson, became pos sessed with the desire to go West and teach school. In the town of Anamosa, Iowa, she found her vocation, and by and by n husband. Ho was tho vounecst and In dulged sou of a wealthy widow. The lu.p py couple set out early on the matrimonial sea, both being only about nineteen years of ajre. When our heroine wrote to her father lu Monson of her plans, ho went on to Iowa for n few mouths' visit, and being pleased with his daughter's prospects, built aud furnished a houso for her. The moth er of the young husband gave him a Hue form, well stocked and equipped, and no oung couple ever started lit life with lighter prospects. In n short time, however, bad specula tions and mismanagement had stripped her husband of all his proiierty. Ills pride was terribly mortified by this turn of atl'air, (.fill lit ail.lmt .l.ia.w..,,!,.. l.n 1 1.1a (,,. .11 MCjrvi (IUU1I 1IU Itll, HID HUlilV, iih wue ami iniant unugiitcr, anil cniisteii In one of the first regiments which was raised to put down tho rebellion. His family received a few letters from him, and ti'eu came an unbroken silence. In vain they wrote to him. and then to his officers and comrades. He was reported among uic missing, aiic who or widow sue knew not which at length returned to her Monson home, and afterward came to this city and ontered tin employ of Tlnklmm fc Co., proving herself capable and ellldent In tho millinery department. At the end of four or five years she re volted her husband's friends In Iowa, and soon married n gentleman there, having first for the sake of certainty obtained n divorce from her long-lost husband, nl- iiiougii resuiy supposing nerseii a wiuow. Ill a few months after this tnitrrinire this second husband died and the lady again re turned to her New England home (twice widowed, as she supposed), and soon was In her old place atTlnkham's. ooino monins ago anu tins is one oi me strangest Incidents In tills eventful history she drcauied that a hack called at her boarding place and took her to the 3iaasott House, where she met her miss ing husband, to whom she was again united a deep Impression on her mind, but as months wore away and nothing came of It, she regarded It more and mora as "onlv a dream." Hut ono day, last fall, a letter reached the post-otllcc In Anamosa, direct ed to her. Some one who knew her caused It to bo redirected to this city. It so lini lxned that she was absent on a visit nt the time, nnu alter remaining In the Spring' ueiu rost-ouico awmio it was returned to Iowa. Her friends there then enclosed It In another cnvcloiio and sent It hero again, and It tlnilly reached herns she was at her worn in TiiiKliam's store. On OtlctllllD- It she np.irlv fiilntml. Tt una from her first husband, from whom or of wnom not a lisp Had been heard by his friends for thirteen years. It stated that he was in tne wiius of Texas, follow ne tho hazardous life of a ranehero. He hud left home with the determination of never re turning till he had made rood his shnttr. i lonunes. several times lie had so far redeemed this vow that he was on the point of seeking his family and friends, when somo turn of tho wheel ol fortune had dashed him back to norprtv. At Innnih tho tickle goddess hail favored him nnu he was rich again. Whether his wife was liv ing, whether Mie was tho mother or nnomcr man's lamlly, ond a host or other questions she Hastened to answer. Other letters were written by both ; but nu laueu, uy reason or hostile Indians. faithless carriers, etc., of reaching their destination, tint the oneassuring him that 2 wlr1 was ,tl11 hIs own aml HIng ncic me cuum uu iouiiu, was enough. Some time afterward a stranger Inquired one afternoon at the Massasolt House If there was such a firm as Ttnkham & Co. In the city. Being assured on this point, he called a hackmau and told hhn to drive to their store and bring Mrs. to tho hotel. Sho was not at the store, and the hack driver was directed to her boarding place, where ho found her.ani the dieam was proved true I The meeting Is not for us to describe. The next evenlnc tliero wn n uilillir at the, home of a prominent clergyman of .mn n.j, Him me uriuu wai n woman WHO was then married the third i Itnr. vit timl but twoliusbands.andby their sldo stood a blooming miss of fourteen to witness the maiTiage oi ner own legitimate father and mother. Marrying by Proxy. TIlC Court of T.nw mill V.nnltv b-ivb tlift Kansas City (Mo.) Timet of Feb. M, was the scene or a rather extraordinary matrl- iiimuui transaction restitninv. An nro' man. evidently nast his fiftieth vonr. pnliii uiiuii mc kjkik oi mo uouri lor n'sistanco iu marrying a wire. Mr. Nnlnnd. consmcroi an nuept in matrimonial trans actions, undertook the Job, which was rath er more diOlcult and complicated than he in. urn luiucipnicu. ii was none ol your common weddings, nor was It like the one hero 'Snillru Allen reml On, T.'ilim,!iUo rite of confirmation In mistake tor a marri age ceremony, and closed by giving tho iruiiiivuuii, mi, uus wiig a marriage be tween two persons separated bv fully 0,000 miles of land and water. 'I'lin nhl man informed tho Clerk of tho Court that ho wanted to get married to a woman now living in noiianu, mat no would iierform rituii wii'iiiimirH iim wnrn TiivwiiBnrv tmrn und she would bo married to her brother In Holland as a proxy for hhn. Then tho brother was to ship him his wife, with her baggage, direct to Kansas Cltv. It nnnenra that the lady has an objection to leaving her homo in Holland before sho hns been married lu somo manner; and as the bridegroom cannot all'ord to leave his bus iness here to go after his wife, ho decided io appiy 10 ino courts lor nn act or procu. ration. Mr, Noland, as soon as he under' stood tho case, proceeded lo prepare tho lliwssnrv nntiora. nml Mm ilrl ,,,, wnnf away uciigiited, and last night delighted . I I t . ' " ' ! " 1 n t jilmseir with tho happy consciousness' or wing a married man, wtfh his brldo six thousand miles away. There aro miny ways oi oemg married, but this appears to bo tho most unsatisfactory way of all. It Is not likely that It will become either pop ular or fashionable. ' 1 Illinois Law on Planting Forest Trees. A law has been passed In Illinois to en courage the planting and growing of tlm. herns follows: Sec. 1. That It shall bo lawful for the Board of Sujiervlsors or County Conimls sloners' Conrt In any county lu this State to ofier a bounty to any person In said county who shall hereafter plant ono or more acres of land with forest trees, and properly cultivate the same for three years, any sum not to exceed ten dollars per an' niim for three years for each ocre so planU ed ; provlded.that trees so planted sliall not bo at a greater distance than ten lect apart each way. 1 Sec. 2. Any person clalmlngthe bounty under this act shall mako proo? before the County Clerk that ho has complied with section 1 of this net, ond that tho trees planted by him aro In a hearty ond grow ing condition. 8eo, 3. Upon proof of a compliance with this act the County Clerk Bhall Issue his certificate to the person entitled to tho same, setting forth that tho provisions of this net Imvo been compiled with and the number of a"rcs so planted. Seo. 4. The Board of Supervisors or County Commissioners' Court, desiring to offer tho bounty herein provided for, shall do so by resolution, to be made of record, and giving notice In some newspaper pub lished In the county thrco weeks prior to tho 1st day of April of eacli year ; said res olution and notice to state tho amount ol bounty offered for eaoh acre planted nnd cultivated, A XEiutE dentist Is calling at houses In the unner part of New York, ofterln o in arrange the teeth of the family, as well as trim evebrows aud eyelashes, forimiulw. ate compensation, Legislating for llio Buffalo. Two hills have been Presented in tho House of lieprcscntatlves which seem wise nnd llmclv t one. bv Mr. McCormick. re stricting tho killing of the bison or buffalo upon public grounds, except for tho pur pose or using the meat lor food, or lire- m viiig uiu CHlll , inu uim'i , "J ruin forlovylngn tax of ono dollar on every hide "taken from lindoinestlcnted bulla Iocs within thcjurlsdlctlon or the United States." Tho wholesale- nnd cruel slaughter oi these animals has been carried to an ex tent that not onlv shocks our sense or hu manity, but becomes a fit subject for leg islative action by Us very prodigality. Tho original range of tho American buffalo or bison appears to have been the wholo of the North American continent west of Lnko Champlaln nnd the Hudson River, with the exception of somo Intervals on the Atlantic seaboard nnd south (f tho Ottawa nnd Columbia rivers. For many years they have censed to exist east ol the Mississippi lilvcr, nnd each year finds them retiring iiiruier aim lurmcr townrus me West, their vast numbers diminishing so rapidly that the date or their extinction becomes an arithmetical problem the men tal solution or which would scarcely tax the power of a child. ere this the natural result of the sun- ply being inadequate to the legitimate de- manu nme or nothing could uo none. Hut tills Is not true: for nu unrestrained spirit of wastefulness Is the Immediate cause of this mlfnrtunc. No penalty be log attached to the killing of a biill'.ilo, whenever the sportsman, surfeited with the slaughter of birds nnd rabbits, becomes numinous ior large game, no bctaKcs hltnelfto the plains and slavsascoro oi more of butlaloes, leaving the enrrnses to rot ; or tne nuiiier in me very wantonness of epicurism will kill a number of these beasts, using only the tongues for food; or, again, taking advantage of their well known habit or migrating In vast solid columns or thousand, which It is almost Impossible to turn or arrest in their pro gress, me inuiansurivemcm towamssome precipice, over which the foremost ones nre forced by thoso behind. Economically used.thesc anlmalsare very valuable. '1 heir flesh Is idl edible, being tender and ulcv. The hump Is cons dered n delicate portion, and the tongue and mar- run uuiira nro greatly pnzea. i lie value of their hides is well known, and It Is said numerous tribes of Indians nro almost de lendent on them for the necessities of life, tho dressed hides with the hair left on forming their robes, tho hides without the hair the coverings of tbtlr tent9, and the dried ordure, known on the prairies ns ioli de vaehe, on the treeless plains Is often used for fires. 1 his Improvident spirit Is impoverishing our country m its woods ; It deprives our river ui lueir iisn nnti our mains ni rramp. and therefore wo welcome anv movement mat is maue towards us restraint, mid re gard the bills which Mr. McCormick nnd Air. tort nave introduced, as equally cred itable to their foresight and their humanl' iv, anu nope mat uongress will net tayor. ubly upon them. A'. J". Evening Poit. Tho Bengal l'miiiuc. FORTY MILLIONS OK HUMAN HEIXQ3 IN IMNOER OF STARVATION ENQ LAND'S SU PREMACY THREATENED. Tho latest Intelligence from the East but too certainly confirms tho apprehen sions which have for months existed of a terrible and wide-spread famine In Hlndoo- isuin. iignin nnu ngam nave me London pa)ers depleted tho foreshadowed horrors Iu all their ghastly detail, and Implored the Government, both nt home an In Cal cutta, io spare no cliort, nnd stmt no money, and hesitate at no law, which might lessen the extent nnd check tho ravages of this vast misfortune. It has oeeu seen irom tho first that tho rlco crop of Bengal would fall ; that lu many places it would be below a nuartprnftlinvirnm. und that In tho most of the provinces It would fidl lK'low one-third. Thus the primitive and staplo sustenance or millions or Hindoos mu-,t Inevitably be cut on": and Bengal, Instead or exporting must Import Immense quantltlemrthenu'rltlous grain. 1 here can be but little doubt that nt least tOrtV millions Of huiimnlielms n nnimln. lion equal to that of the United States- arc to be lu dange of death by hunger. Compared with this the great Indian fam Ine of a century ago, that more recently In 1800, and the lato famine In Persia, were iMiiruteiies. i,oru ortlinrnow. nt. ITnlenttn. ami the Indian Olllcc. in London, have imruuui) usuu untiring diligence mat least lessen the giant evil. Seventy thousand inns oi grain nave been cnt every week Into the Oango9 valleys; and nearly a million tons Of material for fnnil inner hi- fl.tj il,n Ixj collected In tho great storehouses of uii;iiiui nnti jinnrns. itnr. f.vnn thnai. nn. cumulations can feed but a very small por tion oi tne IilllicteU multitudes: nnd It is nii.iuu iu learn 111:11 tueuovcrnor-ueticnil nas omitieu to taKe one step which rrlght have had a beneficial 'Meet. Ar. tlmviTrv time the lien ml ui ntc, iwiiifiu nco h wing unpnrrca into LlVentOOl. At tho innmont tli.it tl it Si .... . . ..""" cutta ntithoiitles are straining every ncrvo to accumulato and dNpcilso food, and nro demanding it from Australia, tho Dutch, and Malay Islands, nnd thu West lnili in l?ln.l A 4 r. . u.t.uiiuiii' luumiu, aruuiHuivsniniiiutr riri " -"Kiiiu. " vum oi tut! council might placo a prohibitive duty upon such export- u.iumo, uul iu ur n niuiu-uiispireu no such action has been taken. hiiginnd may well view with nlarm the Impending danger of n calamity so mighty, iiiu iuievi .ui u u'itiuio tieain overhanging mien inuiuiuiics is awuil. Moreover, tls for England's profoundest Interest, not only iihllanthroplcally, but politically, that this fnmino should be, Kit possibly can bo. averted. She has taken upon herseir the u'linrumuHiiiii nut! care oi mat great teem ing PCUlnauIn slin hus rnitliereii l llPfllenln. blo wealth from her dominion there; her commercial and military importance has nx-ii mrgeiy i eriveu irom ner Indian as cendancy ; and upon her now lies the re sponsibility of feeding the dependent race. oiiuuiu put: mn. mill i itnitin ( mnn mm tun land, and thousandsdln under her eyes, her prestige nnd power in Illndoostan will bo In serious danger. Tho superstitious rev- ert'HCO of tho Hindoo for tlio nmnlnnfpne,. of tlio Englishman will perhaps altogether yiiumu. j'.ugimm wu to iiair, alter the famine. Insurrection: nnd Insiiireetlnn now, spread over a territory so vast.andnt uinu wnen miBBia is posted, watclllul. Jealous and ready to seize every ndvantage, iii , . 1,10 iiuusu, may not un likely 1h) fatal, and must at least be terrible uoiton rost, How the (Jiicen Dissolves Parliament Tho following Is tho tnxtnf tl.n nfllM-l proclamation by which tho Queen or Eng land recently dissolved Parliament: "Victoria, R-Whcrcas wo havo thought lit, by and with tho advice or our privy counoll, to dissolve this present Par liament which stands prorogued to Thurs day, tho fifth day of February next, wo "do for that end publish this our royal procla- minion, mm uo nereoy dissolve mo said Parliament accordingly; and tho lords spiritual nnd temporal, and tho knights, citizens, and burgesses, and tho commis sioners for shires aud burghs of tho House or Commons are discharged from their meeting and attendant on tho said Thurs day, me nun tiayoi February next ; nnd we, being desirous and resolved as soon as may bo to meet our people, nnd to havo their advice In Parliament, do hereby mako known to all our loving subjects our royal will nnd pleasure to call a new Parliament ; and do hereby further declare, that, with tho advlco of our privy council, we have given order that our chancellor of tliat part of our United Kingdom called Great Britain, and our chancellor of Ireland do, respectively, upon notice thereof, forth with Issuo our writs In duo form and accord Ingtolaw.for calling a now Parliament; and wo dohcreby also, by this our royol proc'araiit on under our great seal of our United Kingdom, require writs forthwith to bo Issued accordingly by our said chan cellors, respectively, for causing tho lords spiritual ond temporal and commons, who ore to serve In the said Porliament, to bo duly returned to, nnd give their attendance in.oureuld Parliaments which writs are to bo returnable on Thursday, the 6th day of March next. ' , "O'vcnnt our cmirt at Osborne House. Islo of Wight, this twenty.slxth day of January. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy four, and In the thirty-seventh year of our reign. "God save tho Queen," One person killed and four Injured every working-day Iu the year Is a pretty good record for American railways, FARM ASD FIRESIDE, An Englishman writes to ono of tho scl- cntlflojournals stating that he has discov ered a new euro for rlieiimatlo gout. Ho had suffered tortures from that dlscaso for several years, but by Insulating his bed by means of glass stands nnu sockets under each foot, ho began to Improve im mediately. Preservlso Fruit with Honey. Fruit may bo preserved with honey by putting the fruit first In tho can, then pouring hon ey over It, and sealing nlr tight: when tho honey Is poured from the fruit It will have tho flavor nnd appearance of Jelly, making n delicious dessert. Broth tor the Sick. Tako 2 pound of lean beef, 1 pound of scrag veal nnd 1 pound or forcquarter of mutton; put them with 10 peppercorns nnd a spoonful of salt Into 6 quarts of water, and boll slowly for live hours. Strain nnd set away to cool; skim off nil tho fat, and if there beany lcftdayn clean bit or blotting paper on tho brolli when a little warm, and It will absorb all the grease. A good home-niado disinfectant Is made by dissolving n bushel or salt Into n barrel of wnter, nnd with this snlt water slack n luirrel of lime, which should bo wet enough to form n kind of paste. For the purpose of a disinfectant, this home-made chloride of lime Is nearly ns good as that purchased at the shops nnd drug stores, use It freely nbout sinks, cellars, gutters, nnd outlinuc, and in this way prevent sickness, sutlering and expense. Beets. A Western correspondent of the Fruit Htcordtr raises largely of tho beet crop, as It does not seem to exhaust tho soil, nnd If kept cloau, leaves it In excel lent condition tor the next crop. Ho sells mem iu market, me urst untitling? when nn Inch In diameter as greens, Iu bunches ol six for live cents ; next, as roots, when throe Inches In diameter, three to live In a bunch, at the same price; while the late crop, 'JUO to f00 bushels per acre, brings CO cents to one dollar er bushel Tho Das Nino he finds the best early beet; the Early DIood turnip, the bot general or Interme diate crop; and the Long Blood, nn excel lent uue variety. How to Raise Goon Cabbage. A. C. High, or Pennsylvania, writing to the American Industrial Farmers' Club, siys: 1 planted (XX) plants, sav on the 1st or Ju ly, on very ordinary soli which bad been piaiucu iu corn me previous year, gave it a light dressing dbam-yard manure, at the rate or nbout ten two-horse loads per acre. After the plants had started, 1 put about three bushels or the contents or a privy In a tight barrel and filled with water, and gave my cabbages two doses or the liquid nt Intervals or about two weeks. The re sult was I had nbout GD9 large, solid head oi taooiigcs oi urst quality. Double Croitino. There can bo licttcr preparatory preparation of ground for a crop of rutabagas man n crop of early potatoes. .Manure tne ground lor the first crop wim wild rotted barn-yard manure, and lie sure and keen the weeds down. When tho potatoes aro dtitr carlv In .Tulv. plow, harrow, and drill the ground lor turnips, use irom auuto &uu ids. ot nneiv ground bone or good superphosphate or iiiiietu uiv uerv.iii metiriiis. oeioro sowinir the seed, or thuspeclal fertilizer can be mix ed with twice Its bulk of soil nnd scattered on the surface bcloredrllllng. With proper e.iru 111 cumins nnu thinning ne cannot lail to raise n goou crop oi rutabagas by adopt lug this method. P. T. Quinn. To KEEl" Hams in Summer. There are a number or modes (riven to keep hams during tho warm teaon free from tho nt- tacKs oi insects, aomo bag mem nnd whitewash the baes. which Is troublesome and somewhat expensive: some cover mum wan ury woou-asues uild paK them iu barrels : some pack them In barrels nml cover thoroughly with pino shavings ; but wu iiiuiK me nest pian oi nn, anil certainly tho least cxpcnslvo with all who have n smoke-house, nnd every fanner ulinnld have a good one, Is to keep the hams lnuig up In tho smoke-house, which should b'd kept perfectly dark nt all times. Wo have somo nams so kept two years old, and the' were among me oesi we evertnstcd. Uni form darkness Is complete protection against the attack of Insects. Germantown Telegraph, Orchard Grass. Oil ncCOUIit of the rreneml snflsfnotlnn ...i.ti. i , , p i . i .. Him.li uienuni grass is giving, nnu me nu merous Inquiries wo nre receiving Iu rer- erencc to It, we take occasion to say some' tlilnrp Innrn nlimit If I, tu .....il.ll. ,l.t..,. me place ortlie famous blue grass, as It ""! " "uuii. it. ll l, a.timilj' UIIV111U grows morn rapidly and Is suited for more kinds of soil and will last longer limn nnv other grass lu this climate. It Is however particularly well adapted for deep, rich, Ity or growth andthc luxuriance or Its nf. uiuiii euus. a ii L'nws I'liim i lr in it nimii. tennatfi, and It is therefore highly valuablo ns a pasture gross. It blossoms n nttin earlier than timothy nnd nbout the tlmo of run ciover, consequently tho Intter call bo (.own with orchard grass and both Ito cut wlille In .lower. Another feature Is, that mis grass is oi such n nature that It will endure considerable shade and yet grow luxuriantly. This fact m.iy account for uiu iriuie uy which it IS now in-nenillv known It Is not suitable for a lawn grass on account of tho peculiar habits or Its growth. urcnaru grass H tho coming grass for me .armors orthe country. It will resist i. n, ."V "pier man uiuo grass, and It will lurnlsh nlmost as good winter pas turage as this well-known variety. Jfjiuy orthe lcadlni? stock" men lii tlm 1.1. io rrrn.u . vB.na ui ivuiuiicKy are suusiuuuiig it ior ...n u,uu Kim.", which is n sumcient reconv mendatlon orits vnlnn. Ti.ia in r., , vaiuame trmss. wiiini, n tt.i.. has not been as sufficiently introduced or merits ueserve. it comes lor- waru earner in the spring nnd remains ....v... unci in mo autumn man any omer, its leaves are numerous, broad, succulent. nnu meretore part etilnrlv inhmhin for pasturago or to cut for soiling. Kent when In blossom, and not dried too much In curing, it makes good hay. aud yields inpro forage by about one-fourth tliun any other grass. It grows well In tho South ern States, aud lilts been n1ll several places therefor upwards or twenty Vinrs HIlRt. Tf la mr.n.UI.. y. Iv 1 - .i'vwiuiiv lueuiuiiiL'uueu lor the (lumitltv of i.i.iriitA.,o r,i .i.ii. ltylelds, us well as the rapidity with which t grows alter being cut or grazed. For liaV It iS not SO Vallinhtn nll,nnll,v for consiimptlon on the rami It is Invalua ble, uilordliig good pasturage early and late, aud Is much less exhausting to tho soil than timothy. For permanent' pas tures, n mixture or orchard grass and bluo grass cannot be surpassed the one coming Iu early, tho other holding outlato lu the luumiu winter, it is important mat tho seed should bo sown thick so as to cover all the land, otherwlso It will como up In tufts and present an uneven appearance. 1 ho i seed weighs fourteen pounds to tho bushel. About twenty-four pounds should bo sown to the acre, IT used alone. Other wise sownn equal quantity or orchard nml blue grass, or about twelve pounds of uv.ii. ii jjvtnuui uniss ami ciover nro buwii toxuuier, sow ono uusnel or the for- niur aim or eigiu pounds or tho latter, Orchard grass should not bo sown nloae ""I" or ktoi inu nest iimutosow grass Boeuis in moeanypart or tho season on alight rail of snow. If this is not pos Biuio, sow immediately preceding a good soaking rain. If sown after the 1st of March, the ground should ho lightly har rowed with tho Thomas' smoothing, or other light harrow. Itura I World, Ilcafness Caused by Catarrh. Catarrh not unfrequenily produces deaf ness. n,.r!,'ffVI SrniNOEn, of Nottle Lako, (P. 0.), Williams Co., 0 formerly or Durban's Corners, O,, has been cured of doaflioss of fourteen yeors' etanilinfr, by using Dr. Sago's Catarrh Romcdy. Ho was so doaf he could not hear a person talk when seated by his side, and enn now hoar tho church bolls rlntt two inllos distant so ho writes, A MA11KED CASE OF DEAFNESS aUJIED. Dickxksohvillk, Nlag. Co., N. Y., Feb. it, 71. About ono year ago I caught a sovcro cold In the bead, which terminated In a severe form of Catarrh, During the tlmo ulcerations occurred In the natal passages, and I became wholly deaf In one ear, with partial deafness tn the other, The Inflammation bad Involved all tbo delicate structures of the oars, and I was In Immediate danger of permanent deaf, ness. The discharge became prohite and fetid, both into my throat and from my ears, In this condition I called on Dr. Ploroe for aid, who preecrlbod his Golden Medical Dltoavery and Catarrh Keniedy, and under their use have rapidly recovered, My heating is re stored and my Catarrh Is entirely well; John Smith. Don't Tamtbr wmt A Coboii. Parhans In tho whole category of diseases to which hu manity Is susceptible, .tho cough Is mast neg lected In Its early stage. A simple couth Is generally regarded ns a temporary affliction unpleasant and nothing moro; but to thoio who navo pain nearly ir experience, n is ins signal for attack for tho most fearful of all ilhcascs Consumption. Acoush will lead to consumption If not checked so stirs as the rlrulct leads to tne river, vet it is an easy ono mv to thwart, II mot by the propr remedy. Allcn't Lung Baltcm Is tho great cough rem edy of tlio age, and his enrnod Its reputation by merit alone. Sold by all good druggists. Patent Medicines. That there nro sow good patent medicines no Intelligent man dare for n moment deny; and pre eminent Is tho great California hero mctlb cine. Vinegar Ritters, discovered bv Dr. , Walker, n prominent pnysicinn oi nn Francisco, This medicine, although called Hitters, Is not to be classed among tho vile fiuev drinks" recommended nnd sold over tlio bar by rum-venders, but Is a com bination of pure herbnllstlcexracts, known to no'H'fs sterling medicinal qualities, nnd I compounded without the use In nny shape of spirits. Its action upon the inter nal system Is not stimulating to tho extent that idcohollc poison Is, but It ntoncoi't- tacks oiood-itnpuriucs, aim ay removing the nrlclual oiuo destroy the germs or dUeae nnd Invites .returning health. Its action upon me stomacii turn liver render It nn almost certain specific In tho most ttibboru cases or dys)cpsia, und in truth imparts new llfo and vigor to tho wholo svstem. It Is one oi tne uesi meuiciues ever invented. Triumph of American Pianos. (irorx Ntcek A Co., of Now York, Ito- rrnpuip Jom jipuni niino viMinn i:xioltlon. The Imperial Commission at Vicuna have decided the Question of merit In plano-forth manufacture by nwnnllng tho only Gold Medal within their gift to Mesrs. Georco Stock & Co.. of N Y. nils is a magnificent testimonial to the wonderful beauties of tone and workman ship in the Stcck Instruments, nnd will unoucsttonaoiy add io meir already wen established preitlge.lf. T. Tribune. The officlcal letter Is as follows : Vienna. Dfc IS. 1873. Geo. Steck. Esq. Sir il have the plaas. tire of Informing you that I this day received from tho Baron Sehwarz-Senhom a Gold Modal awarded to you fortho Pianos exhibit ed by you at the lenna Exposition. Thomas MCEt-RATH, U. 8. Commls'ncr, The New York WetUy Wilnesi, ntOno Dollar per annum, Is the best Weekly newspaper lu America. It lias Increased In circulation ten fold within a year. The New York Daily Witneti, at Three Dollars, Is best for business men. Send (by po?tal card) for sample copies. Tnr. Kattonal Sunrlcal Institution of In dlanspolU, Indiana, after fifteen years of growth has become tbo largest Institution or ino kinu in America, anu nas oeen rcniarua bly aucccaaful In the treatment of I'tiroWsIs, iiuman uciomuties, I'ncs, catarrh, i miuia, and Chronic diseases. We understand they treat none but curable cases, nnd that they are roaonnblo In their charges. Bend to tho Institute for their new ganoral circular. Tnr.lir. nro nrolinhlr n hundred or mnrn pcrcona In this nnd neighboring town, who uauy sutler irom tne uisirci'ing eucetsor kiu nor troubles, who do not know that John ton's Anodune Liniment Is almost a certain euro. In severe cases, great roller may be uuiiuuvu, u uui u iienecicuro. Wc notico that tho Agricultural naners nil over the country recommend the uso of i'Acr idan's Cavalry Condition l'oicdera.Fx chanac. runners and others In this section havn iana known and appreciated tho advantago or iiieso powuern over ail tuners A TAIll of shoes will cost von onlv ft rents tnnn u-ltl. n Rff.Vtlr Till ii 41... ;..ttl.A.. anu it will aim twice tbo cost of the shoo to meir wearing vaiuo. ItOAl nml 1 1 .1 1 I'smllw ,IhiII.I. 7- for.tU Llttr f(VloortMra purely Vegetable CnMirlli . i. . "v viyvi, i odiii mion. lieoiuir. Hick Headuho, Illlloui Attacki. and all ileraiicii. in.uli or Liver, Stoinacli aud nowcli. Aikrour Tlilrty Years' Kxnerlence of an Ofcl Nurse. Mas. WuraLow's BooTiitara Sritrp ii thA n,...in. lion of ono of Hie belt Female I'hy.loUai and Knrtes In the United BUtci, and has been nied for thlrtr years wlltinevcr-falllni! safety and lacceas by mill ions of inotiurs and ctilldren, from tho f oeblo Infant of one week old lo the adulL It corrects acidity of ...v .ivuiaiu, icnvvci wiau cone, reeuiates tne bow. cli. ond elves rest, health, and comfort tn mnthA.an.i child. Wo believe It to be the Dest aid Surest llemo ily In tho World In all cues of DTSENHJHV and iiiaiiiuiuiA ih tiiiuinEN, whether It arlies from iiciDiafferiroinany other cause. Full directions for using wilt accompany each bottle. None Oesulne unless the fac-slmlle of CUliTIS & PBIUUHS Is on tne uuuiue wrappor. Bounr xilMidicini Diauis. Clillilreii Often Look Pule anil BIclc From no other ciuie than havlne wormi In the atom. UCII. nitOWN'S VERHIFUOE COMFITS lll destroy Worms without Inlory to the child, being ecriecuy wniTK, ana tree irom an coloring or other injurious ingrcaicnis uinauy useainwosm prepara llVU.t CUmiS A BROWN, Proprietors, No. 3 rulton street, New York. Sold bu DrutaMt ana ChtmUU. ant LtaUri In jieaiana, at Twiarr-riTM Cains a box. VI ITlIIVfl niHflvmll Vla.MTI. l.hnW... a. ""ton, man untler nros," cslehrsted VKQKTAI1LK I'ULMONAUYllALSAM.forCoidsandConsamptlon. THE MARKETS. . NEW VOllK, March 0, 1871. UKEK CAVn.E-.ntlv llo.oo i li.W iioG$-irec4 ....".t.::::: sss T.Iva U.75 7.0A Oiir-E.l--1.1TO O.M o.eo t.fll HU UI M 10.03 7.60 MViy!t-0ool K Choice ttlAXrr5t,?.9'''eRo.M... O.IHl 1.1,2 Rj W 1.00 ie.2) SiitSui'" " esH'rn Mixeu, , . 5(VirWestrn, New UYK-Wrstern I'OIIK-New Mess...... . . LAHU 8T. LOUIS, CeiTTON-Mlddllnit... 18a UKEK C'AVi'LE-ClioW".,., B.CO S UooO to I'rlnie l.u a Oowsani Heifers,,,, 3.00 & ... Block Steors 3.30 5 noon i.ivc., ;.; ; i.a & BIIUKl'-Goodto Choice.,.. 4.00 $ E iV.y.,fcrlJnolMl!''unllJrf''' iw WHEAT No, SHiirtng.. 1.21 & No. aVlntp. ... 1.1,11 fjh iM ,7S 6.25 0.0) 0.00 1.21 I. Ill 60 t ii i.es U AKLE Y Me cl iura ... I'OHIt New Mies I.AItI)-rrlraeSU-am WOOL Tub washwI-Clioice, Unwashed Medium . CHICAGO. 1.70 & 16.00 ( a a 00 it, 0 so I1KEVK8 Natives : Texas,,, , H0ns-L!v HIIEKI' Gowl UiCliolce. ...... r'LOUJt White Winter Extrn, Spring Extra GltAIN-WheaT ijprlng No. 1 r" 8 No 2 Corn No, i ,,, Oati No. 't Itye No. 'i Hurley No, 'I I'OKK-Ntw Mess I.AIll) CINCINNATI. FI.OUK Family 1 8.7S 7.10 1.43 63 33 WHEAT New Ited 1 .40 ' Ct (JOHN-No 2 68 OATH-N0.it 43 IIAIU.EYn.,..., l.Sd COT-lON-UlddlUg , MM 1'OltK New Mess , 15, w S liAUI-8tearo 08( MKMl'HIS. COITON Middling 1G3 H.ODK 0.75 S COItN. 73 ii OA'l-a .,, 68 it HAY , ,,. 13.00 (it NEW ORLEANS. I3K 13.25 W)i 13 U.DO 70 AO 20,00 FLOUIt-Cbolce and Family , S.00 COIIN-Mlied,,, ,,,,, 73 OATS.,, , ,,, 00 HAY Choice., i i,.,,,,. .0Q I'OHK Jless IS 00 IIACON-Stdea ,. 07 HUOAlt Fair to Choice..,,,,, MOI.AtiSUH Prime to Cbolce. 73 i COTXON-UIddllnK UK WHEN wrltlux to aavertlsers please mention the uqe of this paper, ' DE. WHITTIER. ""ZT'.iSiS."- CWlUlUlluls OeT 4UUI4 ftM, CM) Of frill EXTERMINATORS AND INSECT POWnFR wna V!f'3iJu!?i&?i.Jti Uedtbuin. Moths, 4o. j.r.muiai, sjuuuajai to., If, Y., Hoi Agwu, I CM . B I Outnts. Catalogue!. Mliiplss and full pur. It, 59 8,50 4.00 S 4,63 4.00 (4 t,.-M ft.00 O S.23 6.M IB 7.M .CO U U 09 1.23 I 1.2 1 20 & 1.20K 60 tip BIX 42 I 43 84 bU 1.10 K l.M 14.60 (i 14.60 0)i(ii 08 V AS o.oa 77 6) 22.00 & HI 23 a mu tos in 17 nre for Cons llllOU oonans, ronchitis, Asthma, and Croup, As an Exneotorant It has No Equal. t, i. a Art Ita flrlnetntt t At roots snd t.1nu,wiiicti r cticmteAllr extrscttil, io u to retUi mn meir moaicAi qumii.iu. ALLEN'S LUN6 BALSAM. I This nrrat Meilletno mi First OIToretl Par Hale Ton i ran Ao. lis ood qnslltlot wf n toon mle known t hom, nl v.rv AAi.n II. fimA Ml nnllAfl fftr And ne&f I now It ItAoluinnAarJrcrerr drag itors In tbo unltnd eintci. No Inillir inadlclno lanlhliinr with the noontA. UlAwrllknownon ttio IMclila C0ft. una errn from Amtralls largo ortleri nro rrcdrrtt for It. .na inrottsnnnt usntiiA it it won ana iatoiadij uown, and iota ererjwbere. Ministers and Publio Speakers, WllAAP AOAftAn AfRllA with UirAAt fllllFARF A. Will flml ture rfiucdjr In thti UaIiaih. IcrDitrtsna ipw lunri. will iii-urn m prrmADem cuie. Will ill thntn AmlrfAtl with t?imffhl nrConinmntlOn tlrolhliluuimAlilrlrtiir Thtr will bo nl'!""i wim nil. rr'iiiinnM cun.r.s hi,, mu nviiu a.io.,ii KOV 18 FOUND AT LAST. PKAO THE FOLLOWING I W)mt tho St. I.onli Journut hn to ir i Hiaii sn llirtipr. To uch mr ilwre fora. l.nna n.la.m slw. lha.iu.hn, nf l.nm lor mu curie oi uumaQiijr, i;oDiumpiion, Alien .'Jlrn'i Lung nullum hit been tried or thorn-Andi, who sire eTldence, not onljr br wrltlnst (eitlmonUH, ttitt Iner bro been cured, uui bf tbeir phrilcu P' Therwommen(!tlOuith1iYlnutremed7hM re relred from thote who know the (rood It bai done for them, pUco Allen'i Lunar Malum In tho front rank ot Uo beanos and Uf A-reitorlns remedlei ol IbUoenturf, r!Airrt(lVD not deeelred. Call for ALLKN'9 LXIKU IIA1.A AM, and take no other. , r-lirecuoni aroompanx eacu tiouie. ,,i iin.ltl.ia cs i o.. .incinuAii, i ipriciuri. tVFortalabrall .Medicine Dealer Uiroaehout tea coaoirr, MERCHANT'S GARGLING OIL The Standard Liniment of the United Elates. IS GOOD FOR Iturnt and Scalds, Dhfumalttm. Hemorrhoids or Piles, Sore KIppUs, CaXtd Breasts, FUtula, Mange, Sparine, Stcemev, Scratches or areate, SMmhalt, Windfalls, Voundrrea Feet, Cracked Heels. Sprains and JJruhtl, Ckapptil Hand!, t nuriiatniL tiun ir crtirioj, fVoif IHles, External I'oUont, ty 1 r-y . t . iWI Galls of alt iindt. SUraii, mngtxme. rori i KrlL Foot Hot n Sheen. Piles uf Animals, Roup in Poultry, l ootnacne, iMme ikkk, tjc, rjc. Large Slio 81.00. Medium 80e. Bmall25c. Small Bis for Famllr Use, S3 conts. Tho Gargling Oil has been In uso as ft liniment slneo 1833. All wo nsk Is a air Mat. tut Iwsnroftnd follow dlrcctlens. AskyourncarostDruststorilcnlerinrat. ont MallcUies for doof our Almanacs, anil roftd wliat tho people fay nbout the Oil. Tho UtirKllmr Oil Is for (uilo by nil re. noctatilo ilonlcrs throiigliout tlio (7nl(el Slates and other rmmtries. Our feifmotiWtilato from 1833 to the pros. cnt,amlnrotiuof'ffi!. Wanlsoinoniifncturo ITIercliniit'a Worm Tablets. Wo losl fnlr ami llbcml with nil, and ilofy contradiction. Manufactured at I)ckport, N. Y., U. S. A., by Mcrclinnl's Gargling Oil Co., JOHN HODGD, Occrotary. HOUSEHOLD Why Will You Suffer PANACEA A2TD FAMILY LINIMENT. To all persons suffering froai Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Cramps In tho limbs or stora ach, Bilious Colic, Tain In the back, bowels or side, we would say Tur UocsxnoLs Faxicki AND FAVILT LlXtUIST Is of all HOUSEHOLD others tho remedy you want PANACEA A3TO FAMILY LINIMENT. for Internal and external use. It has cured the abovo com. plaints In thousands of cases. Thero ts no mistake about 1L Try It. Bold by all Druggists. CTOC'IC kj itr, .. rilVbllll, ni.KLin, I'liASTN nceuuiis's uoitmai. uiianibersbiira-, r PAT.HOG RINGER. GSahdTOHGS g OR MULDER. aLTCIJili&Co. DECATUR, ILLS, iryonr llnnlvrnre lealcr ! tint imm for utile enil fur Circular. CONSUMPTION j&jxxcZL Its Cure. Carbolated Cod Liver Oil ISRscUntlflocomblntttonof two -well-known tnedt pliips, Its theory Is nrst to, arrftt tho decay, then build tin the iytem. rhystcUns Und tho doctrine cor. rect. Tho really lUrtllns turta performed by Will ton's Oil are proof. CurVoUc At-id poeillttlu arrest Dtcay. It Is Uiq Diont powerful antiseptic in the known world. En. terltiR lntothoclreulatlon,lt nt onco Rropplus with comipttoo, aud decay ceasca. It purifies the sources of (HWflse. Owl ixttr OilU Xaiurt'tbtii anttttant In resitting ioDiompiions . Pn Put nu In nrf(9 nrrtlcr-aliniieil lnftlea, urliiU4hfl invciitor'M mIuiki! hit iiitil la Id liiMho lct Dru(icUl l'repurid by UNI! ton J.II.WILLSOIV H3fo!.uM..rw York w..t. l.t'.,l rJ.".T Ep8ALL,Cll!OAOO, ?1S , HiuiiAHUDUrt fli LU. MOnPIIINE IIAMT nw.liu. curoil liy Kr.liwIfHonly niuw iit'iueuy, IVO CIIAltRT! for treatment until cnrcJ. Call on or odilreMi Pit, J. O. BECK, Clnoluuatl, O. CINCHQrQUININE is as enmtnul a remain FOR FEVER & AGUE ?OI i tho f the Bulphato liho samo iloses, whllo It affects an tess, isro iialatahlo nnJ much cheaper, 1 fordesrrlriPaKClrfliilnrwiM, t...i jM,y,,v,,,, uuvAw'i iions or tuo counur. l37Ssmplo IcWISsWfjr trial, 23 cenU. LLINOS, iSTtf & CO.. Chemists. Iowa, Idle Region rwoHtoru IN THE NEAR WEST! Hatter 1 (lsewtierel ids at Cheapar Irlr f s thin can be f und A ekohs out 01,500,000 acros.oo tlio f lilcairo & Norlhwcitcrn and lilioOU Ccn itjii Iowa. ATorago credit price SO and lines ol thl iralltallwl un prr acs lino tinar. No lever and smie. Kor ln Ttekets, or a Msp and Oulde siting AiprsBucreun price go ana TIMoelear. No.feTer and amie. Kor nffT V,I. n,.l in.ra nnlT. nln to 1 deKSitlons, prices, terrni. or any Information, n..Itil?fet,,,OMiI?,L0I.?Jow Kallroad Und Co. 0"J.jMWUandolphst,Chlcago,rCeaarllspl(ls,ia. mil DOLLAR MONTHLY. d to smiiss THE YOSEMITE VALLEY, m2!5J!!!' S5!T"r' !Mint.4tairoino...tJm uutlae,aloQc, ono year. iL.ml. Our CULblas n4 frvmlum LUU, wiMifcfrK;,a..' WV f II io lend AddAi ',t'Cm,',d Bnei-lnieB tlaKaztna. at once (or terms ami Pncilrni ii Msiriulua. STANDARD LOTTA BUSTLE. Iilploniaitw.nl- n VtulTtnt . eacb Esar, A. w Thomas 'ateatsa aid Maoufac nrer.fortbe Lijtileit was ufac. Btroiifcst , mtortablo . Jluitle if m.t ha Btandard Lotia tin, can be worn. uUos hi.uu .rery stji.ol art Wholoisle DepoU uhyin " Til HUT. N1V YflllK, 801 MACK BJP Vills'.AmJI.VIllA. Fi!i..V.1.T,V,fUeV F"1!. lM.Isr seitlnjr, i Address Ir. (i, Lewis, Mirllioro, (iiarjt iv. O. ox out) or old. taalia mora money at wvik for us In tlttir spate momBU,er M tba UB1J?' Uan at anything ). 'sr(Ioa UrafrM. AaSnUO, Htvnox Go., forUand, Wai ca. fvlsSlrKs8lV &mswzijtj JS) 1'ropareil by K Uoeten, Masai) tt i m H II n h 11 U . ff HOMR m. r 0 asT R. R. R. RAD WAY'S READY 3E1. 3E3 x x an X Cures tho Worst Pains tie rsoif ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES. NOT ONE IIOUH Arnta axasura rats ADvnmsxxiirT Nood nny ono Suffer with Pain. Oadrrsj's Ilcady Relief Is a Core for ettrr Tain. it was rna meT axb ts THE ONLY PAIN ItEMED'Y that lnstsally stops the most excrnclsllng rln4, sltsrs lnflammstlons, and enros Conjcslloas, whether of I he Lnngs, Stomach, Bowtli, or other giant's or organs, l7 nesppllcallon. IN FHOSt OUR TO TWENTY MINUTES. no matter how violent or eicrnclallng the rata the IMF.IFMATIC, Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic or prostrated wlMi disease nay rutin, RADWAY'8 READY RELIEF, WILL ATTOHD 1X8TAM EASE. lNTLAMMATION OPTI1E KIDNEYS. INFLAMMATION OF TIIK nLAD0r.lt. INFLAMMATION OF TIIEBOWELS. CONGESTION OF TIIF. LUNOB. sons TiinoAT, difficult nnEATinso. rALrlTATlOX OF THE lilt All 1. htsteuicb, citour, DiriiTiiERiA. CATAIUIII. INFLUENZA. HEADACHE, TdOTTIACHE. NEUHALOIA, IUIKUMATISM. COI.n ClIILt.B. AOUK CUILLS. Thespplleatlon of tho llpnI( Itrlleftolhernrj or parts where tha pals or dhllcultj exists will allord eav1 and comfort. ... ... few moments, core Cramps, epasms. poor Htomncli, Tv,n rdTDM n nan a inmmer 01 waier wi . in a liertlsrn, l-irx iienuaciio. juiarrncn, l'rseHierjr, cone, irateiersanowii aitrars esrrr a Trnv's Itrnitr Krllrf with them IrulflrraAlirmM Altrnrs osrrr ina in llio iiawrn, nnu nn inirrnni min,i botllfl of. ItmU rnv'a Itrnitr Krllrf with them. A few dropa In water will prevent Hcaness or pulns from chanjo ol water. Jtls better then French llrsndy or Outers as a a icw nrop in ;rom chnngo of Uiuuliint FEVER AND AGUE. Feversnd Airuocuredforflftycents. Thero Is not Amir,snds11olherMalsrlons,nilous,8car!et.T; remedial seentintlilsworiattiaiwil enro r e arlous.nillaus.Hearlet.TrntHilil. Yellow and other Fevers (stiled bv HAPWAYsflLLS). so quick as IUdwat's ItaAor ilxusr. l'lflr Uent per Ilottlc. HEALTH! BEAUTY! STrtoxo and rnnn men ni.oon-tNcnK asi: or FLESH AVIl 1VEIOI1T - CI.EAIl fiKIN AND 11KAUTIFU1, COMn.UXION SKCUIIEII TO ALU DR. RADWAY'S Sarsaparillian Resolvent HAS JIADn THE MOST ASTONIRtttXO CD1!1-.S B(. QUICK. SO HAND AIIE THE CHANons TUB EODV UNDEItOOES, U.NDEIl THE IN FLUESCE OF THIS TIIULV WON DEIIFCL MEDICINE, THAT Evory Day an Inoroasoin Flesh and W oight is Seon and Folt. . THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. fwre rlwm nf tlm UATTQATAntT.T.TAW tPeni.V nnd othfr HuliUnnd Juicrnof Hiotvicm. Hi? vtsor ol life, for it repairs tlienMcn of ti-r ImkI with new and -uuu iitntciini oviuiuin, rjj'iiiiiaA v: iuimi I in iuii, ttlftiidtilir l)ltfiip. Illrrra in Din Tliroiit. Itlnuilt Tumors. Kolei In tho Olanil nod other piirti of the )itcui, Roru K)C, titruiuonH9 illcliaritc5 frem the fur, nml Ihoworni fornnof SMn dUeasc, CruiiilAiix, lover boreN Kcnld lleud, ltlntf Worm. Halt Ithcunu Kryittpclaa. Acne. Wiu-k r'pntn, Worms In ilia Flceli, i uinor, unncers in ino oinn, nnu an wcAiieninK imtntul dlrtcIinrirpH. Nlirht hupntn. nnil nil uiihiii flio llfo prlni'Jplc, nro utttiln thoiuratlvfl mrntg of Ihli wondtrof Modmi Clicmifiry. Hndntcwcl.iyH' ma will prove to any porvou uMnr Itfor clthci of tlie foniut of dlicaxe.ltfi potent power lo euro I hem. If tho patient, dally bccomlnn rcluccd by the waatc and drcuitinoiltlon that Is c-ontlmiallv nriirrt'Stnir. nur I dpcoiiipoiltlon l hat Is t-vntlnually prtiirrt'sstnir, mtc ds In nrnttllnif tLr(i wimiph. nml rrimtra lliti;nnn twill In nrrinnif tUrio Wfwtef, nmf rnnlrs iliununo Hlllitipwrntierlalm-tdo from bwltliy MihkI-iiiiJ i tita ilicrtAIiSAi'AiMI.l.IAS v.Mll nnd doc nccnro-A cure Ucortnlnt f'irhcn oncathH rwncly ciimnietacn ll work of purlllcntlon, and eumtfU lit dlmlnUhln the lo of Mftstpi", Its rcpnlrs will Ito rapid, nnd every cl.iy iujh in wniir1. iji rrpnirn win imi rapid mm every .iy (lio tmtlcnt will foci lilnwlt prowlnK Intter nml uronL' I'sincni win iuci ninifcii uruwinu wiut nnu rironu '. Ihotrvotl illirrsf Inir Iwllrr. nnnctllo lmnruvlii?. nnd K'nt nnW ilrip (tin H AiuspiTit.Miv TlPrtt.TVT all known remedlnl nenls In Ihorureof t'lironltj.hcro (ulouonMltnlloii:iinndbkln dlscaita, Lt It It the KIDNEY A1ID BLADDER OOHFLAI7TT3. UHnary and Womh dloime, Oravrl, Plnbrtei, Drppy "toiin.iL'N nt Witt i r. liifenlliii ncrt r.flTilm Itrlrhr DlHctife, AHmmlnutla. nnd in nil rttsM wbfrn then' nre LincsfUGBi iirpuniiHi or iiiewnii'riHiuK-K.iioiuiy.iiuxi-ti wim puimnmi' iiko inn wjiiio oi un rut, or uirran Itku wtitlii kill;, or llifru In n. innrhltl. ilnL. li,1loi4 tin, penranve, nnd nhtlu lionclnit ilepaHlin.niuWheittl.erc i n iiriiHiiiKt uurniiiK niaHijsii wnt'ii passtiiii; Miiicr mm jiiim in iuo inuui ui xuv uuc. uuu tuuun iiki luitu. Tumor of 12 Yonrs' Growth Curod by Radway'3 Rosolvont. HilCE 81.00 lJMl IJOJTTJ.K DB. HADWAY'S Perfect Puugativo and Regulating Pilfs, rcrfcctly laslrlcss, riccanily coated Willi sivret cum piiw. rnauutc, purlly. iliunso and strcmriliin. Iiji! WnV'S llUil. flir IUmin tt all III.AF.ta, a ... fit...... acli. Liver, lioweli, Kidneys, Hl.iitdcr, Nervous Munis, n, lleadselio. Constipation, Uostlvencus, In.lls nilon, liyspcpsln, utlioune.s. liitlom, Tiplms nn l I jtiliolil lover. Inflammation of tlio lln-cl, lllrs, and sll do-riiri-emintsof the Internal Viscera. Warruntnl to i Ilea a iKnltlte enro. I'urcljr Venrtalile, contamtoK no mercury, minerals, or deleterious drugs. nr"0berve tho following symptoms rcsulUns from Dlsordcrsol tho Illgutlre Organs i Constlpntlon. Inward, nics, FtillneBS nf the Wood In the Head, A-lnltyof tho Hlomach. Nausea, llearthiirn. Dimuatof Food, Kullnesser Wrlnlit In tho Moraao'' Hourl.nictaltons.BlnlctnirorKliitlerlmr nt Die rit i( tlio bloiiiarli. bwlnimtngof ttio Head, llnrrteil and Dir. All1l llmntliln' hiillociitlnirhcnsallons l,cn In a Lylnir l'onture, film. n(,."S,.?!",nnl1),'r1' wns Uforo llio Mght, Veur and Dull rain In tho lload, Ucrlclcncr of rcrsplraitmi, Yihownwot iho Hn and Kyea, l'aln in tU bids r iuiicrmir ot me Heart. Cliowtirr i Uiest, l.lratw,and Puiidcn Hushes or IleaUDnrnlnKln tho l lesli. A Iewnoc of HAI)WAYMll.lji w II n co tho sj stem from all tlio above-unmed disorders. ri lee S3 Cent, per Ilox, tfold br Drusalsts. K1IAII l'AIflR AND TUTJK." Rend ono letlrr stamp to I1ADWAY& CO..KoT2 Warren r-U.N.y, ltiforraalloa worth thousands wlllbo sent iou. X. XSaX. 3C. nr. Ploroo'si Pl?Vmit I'urRiUlvo FollotM, or Susar-CoatedVConcenlraled Koot "it r !"'" AnlMliiVis CranuUa-tho Phytic, scarcely liircorltliiui limn. laruHOoUayctrcprucniing h much culuriic power as forgo rcpulii ilUlQ pi A ralla byig MOltttnrtltlttl sn.f UeroMfh, yet gently ttnJtMly tenllte. llelnp; nilrolv Vfetlililo, naparifi:. ulir care Is rtquireil-sfTare using them. For JnumUco, lf4ulnclie, Impuro lllooil, Coiiyilpiitlon, 1'n I ii lu Mioulilcru, ViglitiioNis of CheBl, lil7zlnoAm Silur.JUrnctntloiiH, nnd Itialo lu ITloiVli, JllllouH aiiniliN, aiilornnl I'ov-, JIiikIi of lllooil lo llcnil, lllonVil bliiiiiui li, lllirlt Colorotl I)rlna,uIuoiiiy I'uroliuil Intjs, uto lr. Vlrr'M l'ollota. One o; two, taken tIillfor,a time, will cure i;!.?'.'". .ociij uriiptioi u; lull., Ncrolulousi NiVes and Vlru. lout 'Arfoolloiiii ol Vlclii, Tlifoni and Mourn. No cheap wol 1 or 'pane board SS'i ,.,H!rdC.;Rls'.fr V. V110". Manufac tured at the World's iilpctmury. Not 6o, 8a, J4 and 64 West faeneci . I ! K. V THE OI1EAT .WIT. IIATIVE AUD 13L00D rTJEiriFH, It in nut a oimck nnclrum Tho jiiRrcdlenla nre pnbliPl(cil ou iiicii uomo oi jrf (llcliip. Jt is wed nudrecommeiidt'd y j. iijoitiuuH -njicrover n line been introduced. It will poaitlvcly curo'CftC FVJ.A in its variotiB startn, jJUCf. y.JS'C 1701-7; 077?:, COKSUaU'TION, and alUlis. enfes aiitingficm pnialnro nonunion oi tlio IjJomI. and lor OlirltOSADALIS AlMANAl? lllcll YOU Will lllld eerHnrn' from rcliablo ond Irnstwortl riiveicirturi. Jlinletfrs of il Oospol ond otlrerB. Dr. H. Wll(0n!arr, of llaltlmore, rajrs tie has mtd It lu rise a or Hi rofula flon " 4r ffi" U)Ucl' Ur,T.C.PBEh,of Bsltlmore, rerom. aicnds tt to all jiereona sulTerlnir 1IU dlicssedlllood.ssylhult Is superior to any M ersrstlon be has t tt wed. ,,Iiev. pabney Ball, of the Ualtlnore II. li toLln.'nro Mouth, nj he bsa been so niurh btncflllid ly Its use, that lie, cbeerfulljr rironiniriids It to all tils friends slid arquslntancrs, .Craven & Co., Drupel.!-, si Oordons. Wle. Vstyniintrhfllfd lo(jle Bnui'l 0, JfcTndJen, Murfrrrtboro1, TccmtBie, uja It iiiridhiuipf llbtu. uisUtta lien all else failed. jHII! nOSAUAUS IN CONHEOTION WITH ODn SeisfJte "vr.",4 ","'!'"' Complslnt.Bys ffi'nit.. JiiJfa0 f u-r;ste IlosASALis superlor'te Address OtEMraiU t CO., B.CommerceBt.,lIoH(iiiors1JJ. Ssoembsr lo ask jrour Druaettt for Kosapaus. ST. LOUIS ADYEBTISEMENTS. nozirn, wr.xj. a co, .The finest and" Hotmrte. M for Trie uitt. tor, nixin 1 me niA MHEKN att CUHK, JIanuraclurtri A Wholesale Dcalersin tftcumrnt rtnrn a rttivrt vtwrnti. Depot 8000 e HXHI'ln. Btrrtt, BU ln AQENT8 WANTED FOB HUE HISTORY OF THE GRANGE MOVEMENT on waisi FARMER'S WAR AGAINST MONOPOLIES. llelnfr a full and authentic account of th itmrnlea or tha American Farmer ajrftlnst tha extortions of tainii ma extoruona oi th a history of the rlsc- me iiaiiroan companies, wiin a nisu aud progrcM of the Order it ITitrom the Kallroad Companies, a tii! nrnrrni nf Him flfflu lti oblccta and nrotneeti miroin oninsbanary I Iticlliat Right. Bend for specimen paacsand terms to Attn wbyltaplls i faster than any other book rents, ana sen Addrasa rtAaiiuriALi ruiiLiDiunu vu., St Loull. Mo. SCHOOL DIRECTORS VJr II. II, l.l'.WIb, pot Washington av,, rou need fliilinnl urnlture, addresa I IOUll, AlOi 1A Tivd cnltrjiVHrsf I'or nil havlnx spare time, In selllns-onr ff s)w llonk, An nary , rrflatfaaf HorJsi btita itrreiaa ally to sill rlnaati. of people, actually anTlnc money to liuyers. llooVt Aatrnt. seeklnr Boniethlnit ttaeifnl ahd (liat-srllinir, Und all liajlnitaiiraiisrotlme ror pleasant work, wltt,out risk, write at one. for oonpl.to 16-paa. deacrlpll? circular and lll.rrnl Irrni, to I A. IIUTCll- mown a vi,, o i.uiiii, Aio, . ."."!' rlt r.ouis, aianiuactnrersor THE KXUIilJJIUK KlllB ANII IIUItUIiAHl'IlOOf a. a. a a. .a. aaa... ... ... . .... . SAFES. lv, vi-u bavcii ut purcuaainK UI rect from Factorr. Bend for 6ata I loftuo and state abontitie wanted. Q I n fl " ISNTII tot Main or JVmslo A rents, Tl'lsll vtrculsrsfrre. Bend SJcls. for sauiples. Address W. T. KELLY, (tt. Louis, Mo. JK tfr;Por Day nunrnntoodu.inf mr CPlinnl nCQlQ ! designs t lowest cost. abHUULUCOi0 Hendrorclroulars. Nation. al school Fiirnitiiro t'o., ws UHcstnut st, at. bonis sir. Atlnnia' Tnrklsli Baths. 311 N. Ttli Street St. Louis, bend is cents for l'amphlct and Circular E Perday. 1,000 Aaents wanted, send I 10 tn A, 0. lll.AIlt A CO.. HI. Louis. M o.n", AflCMTQ wanted rortheKreattir.CKIPTboo. AUaatl IO OYt I.Ol'KDIA of IIIIMlr) WORTH KMHVIMl, or!3.000 wantx svrrLM. ItKCKIPT VMl KVKItYTIIISO, A book KVE- IllfllllJl IVANiS, hnlendld I ItnoMO FI1F.K. tXIIIA TIIMH. Continental Tub, Co., St. Louis, ibbsiiivww vua RlIKUJIATIfttt, msttlrelv rtired. Call In n dOltitlH SWANDKHi M tf., til, LoulK Bio laur Dr. J. Walker's Caliloriilii Vin egar Hitters nro a purely VoRctnblo preparation, mado chiefly from tlio nn ,lvo liorbs founil on tho lowor raiiRCs of tho Sierra Novatliuiiountaliis of Califor nia, tlio lncdiclnal properties of whicl tiro extracted thorefrom without tho use of Alcohol. Tlio question Is nlmost thtlly asked, "What is tho catiso of tho unparalleled sacccss of Vinkoaii llrr rr.iist" Our answer Is, that thoy removo tho cause of disease, and tho patient re covers his hf.lth. They, nro thourcat blood purinerand allfe-giviiiB prhiclplo, a perfect Innovator nnd InviKornt'T of tho fiyBtein. Nover boforo in tho history of tlio world lias a tm illclno tii-rn eoiiiiMiniiiluil posKc.-t'-ltifi tho rcmiirknblo qtmritles of Vinf.oau IIittkim In liculinir tbo sick of ovcry ilhcnpo innti U heir tu. Thoy nru n Rentlu l'urpatlvo n well as a Tonle, relieving Coit.rutiou or Iiillniiiiiuitlon of tho Liver and Visceral Orgtma, hi Il'lloUs Uisonsca. Tlio liropertics of Dn. Walker's Vineoaii ilirrmts aro Aiiericnt, Ulaiihorotle, Carminative, Nutritions, Laxntivo, l)inrctlo, Scdatlvo, Coun tor-Irritant, Suilorifio, Altota tive, aud Antl-Blllouj). 11. II. Ml'IXl.VAI.n V CO.. Uniinrlsts anil Oen. A rts., Snn I'ranclson, California and oor. of Woslilnirton awl Clmrlton Kts., N. Y. Hold li- nil liriistKlsts nnil III liters. lSlVOHXr.D l'AXXJSItNB, Fashions for Spring and Summer. trioa SoUuVi TatUrt Pum.J l023-rLAIrMS3 Mm a Ttry profliliicnl faaturs lo ALL IStEW cnatatnaa, tb abort ralat will bara rr.,1 raan. aa. fi"";?!"! al(rJUl 7,7,1,1. cl B5.. rtq'r,,S e.VeiilTl3r'' lui clolhlai.UI,! .ij0rfl'?lrt " l.,.'r',.", toJs ' sasUHtl I lb, itr.!U IdttraadUiUthf bramlllDS futa, iB tba taw tratuisM. II r.Viraireis.soVu.'"" " "U"a "" M11JSIS. ,oJ KilUC nira.lM, Isss ia;,tJ ttilA Muoa. It u 14 nuh Rialaud sblrr tttDnitreatrtna lb,m tba polonil,, beccmai a t lila eicoas wlibo.l loopi or ,,tb.t. A ,r.Ld Ibl.J fcr Aib'stwl,. b JJHttf ' "'""r sljaiuj. Wa.ai,dii.ul lllll. (.'LOTH Will bl It'" f f.ml.m la ima mWrlbar ' Ura. w P.TH.'?10DPL "ItbsteryrsU Tb.jars Perfect Oulde. bftlog cut by ii ptlttri " Instant Dress' Ilevator." t",U Bkl" owd law A f ir. i.m mt waiiidi ima, b tb.i;nT III! sink?. Ytar.a rHIH ronriktrt wbll tSMlrAinind' 'J rises sad thta lit It fall, cr roa jaa Sstf ll ralArt will. ILa 1 1 all. J'.yj1-.!! tbo iba abulias f, HT r"llONAhLE KliOK.'.a.-xxrJU 'innnMV II BAiaa lnora IIU pRACrrUL. IT ran I. ,b.nrf from ONE DP. ESS to ANOTIlkltUl LUSIbaaTUOMINUTIU nJSSStSK&S!' " IJfS EVINIV.riVR CINTS ita. Fand s alamra for )0tait. 7 '' I i I'll will U slVaa llli..a IllLUIUHtolUa,,aoa bamda tl.2S I ONItHtAlUl ot'Krh'tlftu o I'Slllllt'a I'AT. TtUM llAZAAU." Siiiitti's Illnstrated Pattern Bszaar. s:;t cniwriT iiaOaSikz u tbo vrens. FULL OF rASIllONS, CTOIUI, .od CII0K.K PX.ID1.NO. .ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. .iI,aWvIlSW,ttf",,,OKII: "ofIItiitan. , ar m . r vrfwmot,'.,, billar a "H .liIoPvl'LArob.'' SPklaBim for roata 1 Ar bollarua bat 1. tl'UlIUOHO. AUINTH WANlEtl. Bo.1 OUT, ITS to mil. BOD., wim tVLIl UrrtKtll. B.ad 'aibm tor clreaU,. nontv wim EVLU ( 4J1LIJMW. N:f fill 1AUU14M0 UITIIHS-CP P.t, "-US. If-A Dasuf.) A ForOm,INa3nbirrltbfriwrI''ICtlfiw. f 0i firm vnmiutisauii eiir KiT((rs rcriainsg A. UU111IETTI5 NIITIT, ion IIIIOADWAY, Inu. Outfit aeerr'arandsellsnulcfc.nigTiisa "'iJ 1 ,. S! T. P."'? ulars aSdreas 1.,1'ubs., lid 11 rlsn ohUt.listrolt. Jllch. iuurnuros. X'2 f,?;lVJ'AW,r?.':K' Agents wanted, l-arllcu, iaCi larsfree. J youxa i Co.,Bt"luls; lo. v NlilW Tii-.r.ir A a.a...lllfv. . ". O II. lit Iillf)lMlir. Was. ' . ' . JUW 11V. IWKastlsthtttreet, U, V, A-HECTAR XJIAOIC TEA treer, N, r, v. ii iin"V.;,T,"" ONE W'sW DH. WIIITTIEB, """J-"tf"ir : I unwiuiui VNiiM." mill fa I 1 Mill o i "LAttUSUl-r.." Uihln. KmIom Tru.lioIl.r OR ONE ftOLI Ali'S rarlh I It la-Clad from tl,st H RA7 A AWt lr. hi... . i MAGNIPICENTlr iay iiiii rubtiiimk tJAraj J IV A .ii MPAmsiSa City COIUK all Lnils of lliatrninenU for lnJlnrPiS'