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In France, where the natural ice forms too thin for rommereial uses, it is pro posed to compress the thiu sheets in an ordi nary screw-prcsa until one solid mass is ob tained, v American officers in the Egyptian (fcrmv, collectively and imli vidnally, are very po.mlar, and have ail manner of courtesies shjwn them. And they reciprocate by drawing their sulary with charming, manlv regularity. Mount Vesuvius is preparing for an other display of fire-works. The internal commotion is already manifesting itself in time for people to Ret out of the sir. The last serious eruption of this chimney of the internal fires occurred in 1862. Rabbits are so abundant In Ken tacky as to be a positive nuisance, and the fashionable amusement is hunting them down on horseback. Teu or a dozen horxe asen form in line and beat the fields, uttering fearful erics and blowing horns the while. The rabbit start up, run hither and thither ! eonfusina, and finally squat down in ter ror and allow themselves to be takeu alive by hand. In the manufacture of olive oil, much mora economy is used now than forra-rir- The pulpy part of the rait, after the first pressing, r no longer throws away, but sold for from three to four dollars a ton ; the buyers subject it to a chemical process and thea to powerful steam pressure, and thus obtain a fifth more oil. The latter nroduct ts not of such fine quality as the first, snd of course doe, not bring" so mnfTi price, When aU the oil that it is possible to extrart n,obto'",1- " solid mass that is left -burned a fel or td as a fertiliser on Piper was not convicted of the .Boston belfry murder after all. The jury could not airrec. But they afford a line flimpse of the infallibility of that time honored Institution. Tea stood for eonvio tioa and two for acquittal; but one of the " two was willinc to rive an and im with the majority provided the other would do so. But the latter was obstinate, and so the two held out together. That intelligent trading juror's opinion is a nice kind of thread' to nave sac s hie suspended on. . A German iron-clad fleet will visit Asseriraa ports next year. It had been de termined by thee German authorities even previous to the appearance last June of the Franklin snd the Alaska in German waters, to return the visit of the Miantonomah anil the Augusta, which took place in ltKW, and hence, should no preventive circumstance rise, our Centenial will be honored with the presence of several German men-of-war. It is as yet undecided whether the Crown Prinea will accompany the fleet. . The Sacramento Valley Agricultur . grces the following explanation of the low lice of California wool: The greater part wf thwaheep range of the coast is clover, which only remains green for a few weeks, then . dies dsn. After that the sheep and Btoek subsist in great part on the clover-bads. The sheep's fleeee becomes perfectly filled with burs, and especially men noes or sheep wits oily fleeces. Aside from these the wool retain a large amount of dirt and gravel, and this is never removed, but the . fleeces packed and shipped.dirt, burs and all. According to a writer in the Revue In daatrielle, the world need not be uneasy in prospect of the consumption of all its coal, for eiolosives will take the place of coal, and supply aU the mechanical power required by future generation. A little more than a pound of dynamite, when exploded, would lift from the gronnd and project a weight of one hundred and sixtvthousand kiloerammes. A Kilogramme of nitro-glycerine exploded in a closed chamber develops a theoretical pres - and atmospheres. The heat developed is in proportion ; ana we are assured that " in s single litre of nitro-glycerine there is stored . mp five thousand five hundred horse-power working continuously for ten hours." There is no more fruitful source of - disease in country houses than the cellar. Always more or less damp, containing vege . . table in a partially decayed state, gases and vapors are generated which are very no healthysnd whose only outlet is too often the . living-rooms of the house. FortunateIy,in the city, the cellar is not ordinarily used to anv : great extent as a store house for vegetables'; - nut it is frequently made the receptacle of . all kinds of rubbish, whose accumulation is anything but wholesome to the dwellers in the house. Great eare should be taken to ventilate the cellar thoroughly through window opening out-of-doors. . By locating . them t the opposite sides of the cellar, and opnair them on warm days, the air within . will be rapidly on rifled. It should be re membered that malarial diseases often pro ceed from decaying organic substances in the cellar. Spurious spiritualism, according to the Detroit Post, fares no better in the west than in the east. Among well-known opera tors, Mrs. Parry, who has been electrifying the credulous in western Michigan, has sud denly gone up in a flash of light. She was - engaged in giving a seance at Jtockfort, Kent county, a few evenings ago, and every thing passed off as per programme until the - imprudent spirit put forth its hand from the ' cabinet and boldly slapped Mr. M. Loekwood en the ear. That was exactly where it aaissed it, for he instantly seized the hand and called for a light. A light was brought, and strange to relate, the spirit was found to have vanished, while there stood Mrs. Parry hitched to the other end of the arm, tusging and pulling at it as if it was her own. She got it, but gives no more seances, and the cabinet, having proved utterly untrust worthy f'r spiritual purposes, now does duty as a wood-box. A bill has been introduced to the 8enatc for the transfer of the Indian Bureau to the War Department. It provides thst from July 1, 1876, the Secretary of War shall be inverted with all the supervisory and ap pelta' powers now possessed by the Secre tary of the Interior in regard to the acts of the Commissioner of Indian affairs; that army offirers are to be detailed for work on Indian afTiirs; that commanding officers are to have charge of same in their respective deiMn-tmrnts, and that officers shall be liable to court-martial for neglect of duty or mal administration. They are not to receive extra pay for this work. Supplies are to be got by contract the same as for the War de partment. Indian traders are to be governed try thcme rules governing military traders. All oftires of the Commissioner of Indian affairs are to be abolished after the above - date, and the Secretary of War shall enu merate all Indiana and all issues of rations to be placed on that enumeration. According to the last census British Iadia had a population of 190,56.1,018, dis tributed over an area of 904,049 square miles, or 21 1 per square mile. There being, how ever, nmeh jungle and waste land in some parti, the population is, in reality, much denser, Bengal counting 307, the north west provinces 4., and tJudn 468 to the square mile. Including the states sroverued by native princes India has 1,430,744 snnare miles, with a total population of 2'M,S.'iO,!;i soul. Of the population of British India 140,),iIO arc Hindoos, W.nno.OfiO Mahnm medan, and 9,SS), Christians, I'anteea, Bnddhists, etc. The Christians number 90.'ss, of whom 2-,IO" are Europeans or of Knropean descent. There are 'Hi lan guages spoken iu MindoHtan. As regards occupations India counts 1,2:16,000 govern ment servants ; 6lS,nOO are employe.! in re lisrious and hospital service ; there are .10, IW0 fanatics and fakirs, 10,000 astrologers, 6 eonjnrnrv4i5 exorcisers, and ln," per sons devoted to education, science and liter ature, 5IM of whom are poets; 3:i,0ihi are employed in the courts of justice, 7.VM0 are doctors, and 218,000 are professors of fine arts, which include rope-dancers, snake- charmers, etc. Paul's Thorn. Paul's " thorn in the flesh " is conpc tured by Dr. John Brown, of Edin burgh, to have ben weak eves, anil he advances evidence for it. The first in dication is the utter blindness, caused br litrhtninsr. on his way to Damascus, which lasted some days, and was only relieved by the aid of Ananias, "when there fell from his eyes, ns it had lieen. scales. The second was the blunder I oi rains not recogwziiifr tne nign recoguizing priest, in Acts xxiii., when he says " I wist not mat it was tne nign priest, though his drew was so distinctive. Third, his letters to the Galatians: "I bear you record that you would have plucked out your own eyes and given them unto me," immediately after the declaration that he had preached the gospel unto them through infirmity of the flesh. Then be states that he liears in his body the mark of the Lord Jesus, which would suit admirably to tne disabling effect of his conversion, when' Jesus addressed him a personal remonstrance. Were his eysijjht suf fering, this would remind In m perpetu ally of the day when he was stntCK ilown on his persecuting career by blindness. Lastly he call the tialatian Church to see how large a let ter he had written with his own hand ; yet the epistle wit; one of his shortest ; and it could only have surprised1 them by be ing his own handwriting not by its size he being the only Apostle whose impaired vision obliged him to employ amanuensis. HOME INTERESTS. THE POOD CfTBE. Hunger is the motive power of the human race ; without it there could lie neither lite nor progress. To satisfy the spiritual appetite there is God; for the intellectual there is knowledge ; for the social there is lore; for the physi cal there is bread. We arc so consti tuted that npix'tite grows on what it feeds "non. J'he more we know of God the mure do we wish t know of Him ; the deeper our insight into the mysteries of the created world without or within us, the sharper is our intellect ual appetite ; love begets love in cease less generation, and the craving for food is in the direct ratio of the vigor and healthfulness of our physical or ganizations. The satisfaction of aiv oetite in its various torms is tne sole I object and employment of all living .-.i,,.-, nt li ran niovont lif " 'V -" I"-"- cay, and decay is death at work death alive. The man or woman who has uo religious life is spiritually dead ; . . unrcnewe) by knowledge Igrows dry and parched and withers away; tne aiiecuons wnu iiutumg w feed on enaw the heart ami m:ute me a desert ; the body deprived of nour ishment looses its vitality and goes back to dust again. - Not in this world can any one soul hone to satisfy fully the lonjrings of every appetite. Doubts and lears and iimorance. like clouds, come between the aspiring soul and its. God; various hinderanoes bar the huiitrry intellect from full access to the sources of knowledge ; death snatches away the idols of our hearts and leaves us deso late;' and physical hunger, gaunt and grim, sits seemingly sole sovereign of many human lives to the end. iut we have the promise that in the bless ed time to come "They shall hunger no more, neither thirst any more. Disease is only one form of decay, so named for distinction, and without meddling with causistry, wherever the line between disease and sin may run, decay covers both alike. Hence, food prevents disease ; hence, food ptevents sin. But food must not be mixed with that which is not food ; te do its work it must be Dure. Kiirlit here let us make a very practical application of these statements. .Many chiiuren are born with perfectly healthful appetites and many are born with morbid appe tites, which can be traced directly to parental -influences. To " keep them quiet recourse is had ! schnapps, soothing-sirups, and various anodynes, which cither create or foster a craving for artificial stimulus, and in mature ife the natural consequences of such 1 prove mistakes may oe seen in the c ravine for spices and pun cent season ings, in the opium habit, the tobacco habit, the love for alcoholic beverages. Can any one donbt that if soothing sirups containing opium were banished from our nurseries, the alarming in crease in- the consumption of opium in this country would be seriously and permanently checked f . Applying the same principles to social facts, most children under 80 crave love, hunger for it, and if they do not find it at home, seek it abroad ; if they cannot have the reality, by and by they try the counterfeit ; and the counterfeit, like food rendered noxious by spices and foreign substances, only makes a bad matter worse. A happy home, where love dwells and blooms in gracious deeds, in kindly tones, rin pure and sweet caresses, is the sole cure for social vandalism. No thoughtful person can pass along the streets where the so-called "lower classes" live withont noting the con tinual recurrence af tobacco shops and liquor saloons, and how much, more numerous they are than grocery stores and butchers' stalls. One un instructed in the wants of the human stomach might think that beer and tobacco are of far more importance as foods" than meat and potatoes and bread are. Let any one who habitually sits at a well-furnished table try to satisfy his hunger at the restaurants frequented by the patrons of these shops and saloons, and he will understand why recourse must be had to artificial stimulus to give the craving stomach even for a little time the sense of satisfaction. One cannot but think that if the temperance lecturers in the field would preach the gospel of good food, and put these underfed, imper fectly nourished ' lower classes" in the way of supplying themselves ' with good bread and meat and vegetables perfectly cooked, intemperance would immeasuralwy diminish. If Holly Tree Inns could be established side by side with liquor saloons, and clamors of normal hunger be normally.satisfied at reasonable rates, can any one doubt that the inns would flourish and the saloons decline? Here indeed Is work for tle philanthropist ; the fields are white to the harvest, but alas, the la borers here are few ! - To all if us parents this subject conies home with power. If we send our children into the world fully equipped for the Icittles they must fight, let us see to it that, from the cradle, every part of their nature is nourished with "convenient" food; that they are instructed in those truths which are able to make them wise unto salvation; that in the abundance of books and periodicals, the best of their kind, they may find ample satisfaction for their intellectual hiingerings; that in the constant atmosphere of parental tenderness and lov their affections may be made to bud and bloom, and that their bodies may lie nourished info I strength and j affection by pure and wno wme rood. Slang of Artists. The conversation of artists, when it has reference to their profession, is usually patched up with phrases peculiar to themselves, and which may not im properly lie culled the slang of art. This jargon, when heard by persons unacquainted with its application, i apt to lead to awkward mistakes. A laughable instance occurred lately. A jnirty of artists were traveling in a stagc-conch, in which, besides them selves, a sedate, veuerable old lady was the only tKissenger, The conver- sation among the artists ran as follows "flow playful those clouds are! that group to the left is sweetly composed. though perhaps a little too solid mutt rocky tor the others. I have seen nothing of 's lately. I think he is clever. He makes all his flesh too chalky. You must allow, however, that he is -very successful with the ladies." The old Jndy began to exhibit symptoms of uneasiness, and at the fdflCA if ooolt onvOM.ff!.tll mul aa. V v. ... ...i. l.rniVIOItKIII lMJ-V ll I noxious ami lnouirinir look at the ' speaker. Her companions, however, ' U -conscious of the alarm lliey were exciting (for she entettained doubts as to their sanity), went on in the same style, She heard them, to her iu 1 creasing dismay, talk of a farm-house coming out from the neighboring trees, and of a gentleman's grounds wanting rqiose. At length they ap proached an old villiage church. A great many observations were made about the keeping, etc., of the scene, which the old lady bore with tolerable magnanimity; but at last one of the party exclaimed, in a kind of enthu siams, " See hww well the woman in the red cloak carries off the tower." This was too much. The lady scream ed to the coachman to stop, paid him her fare, although advanced only half way on her journey, ami expressed her thankfulness for having escaied alive from such a set of madmen. THE HOUSE COMMITTEES. HOW SIR. KERR'S APPOINTMENTS ARE RECEIVED. The general feeling appears to lie that, ugKin the whole the commits tecs will average up very well. There is still some dissatisfaction, as would naturally be anticipated, and the speaker may congratulate himself that, in his first important act, he has made very few enemies. Mr. Cox is very much out of humor, but shows no dissition to kick against the pricks. He felt that he was entitled to either the ways and means or the foreign all'airs committee, and complains that, while he might have rendered good service on eitlicr of them, as it is he is compelled to deal with a question on which he is not so well informed. He will go to work, however, and do the best ho can. The election of Mr. Morrisou is generally conceded to have been quite a happy hit. He served in the thirty-eight and torty third congresses ; . and while he has never displayed much forensic ability, he is conceded to be a first-class man, of solid attainments. With Kandall and Lamar to assist him, he will not find it difficult to keep his position as the leader of the house. ; A great deal of suprise is manifested at the composition of the Pacjfic rail roads committee, of which there is a clear and indisputable majority in favor of the Texas Pacific project. In view of 4he speaker's positive asser tions of a few days ago that he would make a committee of strictly impar tial men, and the adoption of Hol man's anti-subsidy resolution last week, it is extraordinary. The east ern Democrats, outside of Pennsyl vania, are disposed to object that the organization is entirely in the interest of the west, and Mr. Tilden's friends are particularly disgruntled. llWt fon Letter. Oar Faces. The countenance of a nation define the characteristics of its people. Every human face indicates the moral train ing as well as the temperament and the ruling traits of its owner, just as much as every human form indicates the quality and amount of its physical exercise. This is proven by the va rieties of human faces everywhere vis ible, lhose whose lives have been given to physical labor, unbrightened by an education of ideas, have always stolid, stupid expression, even while tbeir limbs and muscles are splendidly developed. The more savaee a people. the uglier they are in facial develop ment. The very features of their faces are disfigured by violent and un govemed passions. People whose em nlovments are intellectual invariblv have a large, clear gaze, a bright out- raying expression, as it from an in ward light shining through a vase. Where a fine organization and a deep sensibility accompany the practice of intellectual pursuits, often the features take on a transparent, luminous look. Persons endowed with powerful sensi bility, however plain their features. always have moments of absolute beauty. " My sister-in-law is plain, said one lady of another, who possessed such a countenance, " but I have seen her so absolutely beautiful at times that she drew everybody in the room toward, her. When she is very happy, her face kindles with an absolute radi ance. The refining effects of high cul ture, added, to deep religious feeling, not only subdue evil passions, but beautify and elevate the entire expres sion and bearing of an individual. Thus it is a physical as well as a moral fact, that it is in the power of every person to improve his own leauty as well as bearing by a constant control of passion and temper, and a deep, constant cultivation of the intellectual faculties, pure affections and the moral tunare. The Vine and the Oak. Wo man's love is likened to a vine. ' Per haps it is like it, though it is very strong in hours of need, as strong as it is tender. Yes, surely, we will not deny that it is our nature to ak for comfort and support, nnd to seek to twine ourselves about something that can offer it. And there is no lietter reason than this very trait of ours why we should be careful how we give our hearts, ami make very sure that the man we choose has also a heart a strong and honest one and that his love is of the kind to lie enduring, nnd that he has ingrained in hi nature that most excellent and manly quality trustworthiness. lie should lie an oak, and not a reed ; for, thouirh Rttmmer weather the vine may drape .i i -ii i . iucti very preiLiiy, n, wui not resist tne tempest. JNor need the vine dread the ruggedest oak. Its bark may be gnarled, its branches knotted ; but all the greener and fresher will be the foliage that it liears, all the more ten iicny win it suanow ma which is .l-l. . ! 11 .1 , . . beneath it. There is sweetness iu weakness something very loveable in many a faint-willed, purposeless and uncndiiriiig man ; but two vines can not supiMirt each other. Thev will only tangle and fall ujHjn the ground. tne stronger, the braver, the more unlike a woman a man is, the better for his wife. Early Times in Vinoijiia. A cu riousold volume entitled "A Complete Collection of the Laws of Virginia at a (irand Assembly held at JamesCity, 2.'! March, lfb'2," is owned by a gen tleman in Troy, New York. It was probably printed in Richmond about HJyO. Among other acts it provides that " babbling women'" who "slander and scandalize their neighbors, for which their ioor husbands arcPtiflcn involved in chargeable and vexatious suits, and cast in great damages, shall Ik- punished by ducking." If the slan der is so enormous as to merit a fine nf more than 500 pounds of tobacco. then the iruiltv woman is to fie ducked for each f00 pounds, in case her lius liand refuse to discharge the fine. The use of borax in Europe for washing is well known, the addition of a largo handful of borax, instead of soda, to ten gallons of water "being suf ficient to save halt the quantity of soap ordinarially required. For light fabrics and cambrics a moderate quan tity js to lie used ; but for articles which rfuuire to lie made stiff'n ntri.nri !.,., 1 solul ion is necessary. Ileing a neutral s:ilt, it does not nffi-ct the texture of linen in the slightest degree ; and as it soP.cn the hardest water, it is much used in washing generally. Bad Literature for the Young. In our own country the conditions of the growth of this bad kind of literature for lioys and girls are to lie seen, some of them at least, lying plain upon the surface. There is the rapid increase of the population ; the diffusion of the capacity to read among the classes whose circumstances are in other respects most unfavorable to the formation among them of proiier stand ards of taste and gixid leeiing; and there is the fact that the young have of late years been turned out early to earn their livings and left pretty much to their own misguidance. Whether a state of civilization like that of Ixndon and New York can exist without "so cial deposits" of such a kind that these or similar conditions will always lie re appearing iu some shape is a question on which opinions will differ. Hut we believe it is certain that the existence of this vile literature, whether for old or young, is a comparatively recent phenomenon. There appears to have been nothing like it (of course the same thingcould not have then existed) when the late Dr. Kitto was engaged in those struggles after something to read, which he has so admirably recorded; anil there seems to have been nothing like it when the Queen came to the throne. At that date there was much more broad indecency in caricatures and in popular literature for adults; but that is a very different matter. Nowadays we have flourishing in vile luxuriance whole jungles of literature, chiefly for the young, such sis Mr. Anthony Trol lope and James Greenwood have, each in his own way, described in magazine articles. The alarming and dispiriting part of thecaje Is the grad ual spread, upwards in what is called the social scale, of this sort of trash. Any observant person may notice low newspapers and low periodicals in houses of a pretension which would seem to point to something a great ileal lietter. Ilespectable people peo ple who seem to have influence in vestries and on school boards may every day lie seen spending money on fine "dress and furniture, and, while they go regularly to church and main tain all the resjiectabilities, taking in journals and magazines that one would beforehand suppose to be quite beneath ineir now e. j.i is iiiuucii uuucumuic . i . . 1 1 I that the hist ten years have witnessed I, - t .i . , , a general lowering oi tne stanaarus in au strictly popular literature, mere is more amateur or half-amateur litera - ture; there is more false and vulgar sentiment, even wnere tnere is wnai is called "pure Christian , teachings; and everywhere there is a pandering to the appetite tor luxury ami wormty success. It is, perhaps, in the popular literature of America that we see the least favorable examples of the man ner in which recent conditions of liv ing affect literature for "the masses." It is certainly to America that we must go to see the most barefaced in stances of panderinsr, and the most ingenious evasions of the higher liter ary responsibility. Alexaiuler Strahan. Foot Comforts. The Science of Health savs : "Never go to bed with cold feet. Never try to sleen without hems perfectly cer- .!... ,:n l. i,i i tu. warm. To he one nieht with cold leet r . ... . . .; ,v tho cdom aa VCJ CUV cs nil mil w uissw tvunssaa mj will he felt seriously, nerhans endmsr ;,. fii .1., "rvd,l ..u..i i :....,"i,: " Tko bestthimrtodo is to warm them by exercise if that be practicable ; if not, fry dipping them in hot and cold water alternately two or three times ; then using vigorous friction. If that does not warm them and keep them warm, heat them before the fire, dry ing them thoroughly, and then correct your habits or improve your health, tor be sure that one or the other is wrong, perhaps both. With all the rest, if you sleep on a hard bed, with cotton sheets, in a cold room, "put on an extra covering over the feet. It is very convenient to have a " loot com fort," just wide enough to cover the top of the lied and about a yard deep. This may be made of some light ma terial (perhaps the remains of a pretty dress) tilled with cotton, like a "com fortable, and tacked with some har monious color. During the day this may be thrown over the foot-board and spread on the bed at night. The ad vantage ot this is to secure sufficient covering lor the leet without over burdening the remainder of he body If you use a hot brick or an iron put ft in the lied a little beforehand, and then-when retirintr remove it. To sleep with the feet in contact with it has a tendency to make the leet terr ier. Hut better than both these, and to be used with or without them, is the foot-blanket. This may be a square yard ot domestic flannel, or two yards, foldoTl, or bwiss flannel, or any thing else you like that is warm enough, only have it nice and cleau. fold this around your feet and ankles before vou put them down into the lied. If not very cold this will very .often warm them, especially u you have Utcd friction ; and, if warm, it will prevent their becoming cold by contact with cold sheets. It keeps the warm air around them. It does not make the feet tender, and it is fur more convenient than the hot' brick or sonjistone. Try it, and, if you are troubled with cold feet, you will lie likely to keep it by you hereafter. Whatever you use, always lie at full lenirth. To "curl up" hinders fit circulation. The Fashion in Diamonds. Diamonds are now set to show the stone alone, without any gold bein visible. The crown setting is still in vogue, and to avoid all appearance of metal lewellers make the claw that hold the stone of platinum so nearly the color ot the diamond that it scarcely shows at all. The favorite diamond ear-rings are solitaire kmnV worn as close to the ear as possible. It is better, however, to have them hang lielow the ear, as this shows the stone better than the rosette sohtiaires fitted into the lobe. Most ladit understand that the clear whiteness of a diamond is its great lieauty, and that diamonds of the first water, artisti(lly cut, can restujxin their owu merits without the aid of enamel or other ornament to develop them. There are diamonds, however, winch, without being oft color," have a peculiar straw tint of their own and connoisseurs value these very highly. There is no denying that the principal feature of a lady's jewelry now are. diamond solitaire ear rings. After these may Ik- ranked in estimate, a handsome diamond ring and cross, or jiendaut, and perhaps a necklace set with diamonds. An ele gant outfit of these may lie obtained at from S200 to ?20,00O. Many of I he stoniw are immense in size and pure in color. Pins and finger rings set with these gems are valued at 8To,mih. )f course, tire valuation decreases record ing as the gem is less pure in color it is little afli'ftod by t lit; size. A lieau tiful conceit is ear-ings in black onyx, cut in the form of a leaf. The center ii carved out and in its place is fasten ed a great diamond, " lucid and clear of tlie mote." which trcnihle-t nud throws a myriad of lights. Irresolution. A ii editorial under the alnive title, which appeared in a recent issue of the Philadelphia Ledger, has attracted our attention as possessing sound rea soning on a very common failing among business people. Wo make the following extracts: "There are few conditions of mind more painful to endure, anil more fatal to efficiency or success, than irresolu l ion. Most of its can recall occasions when we have been thus afllicted, hesitating auxitmsly lietween two opjiosite courses, preferring first one and then the other, as their several ad vantages present themselves, Incom ing each moment more confused and uncertain, and, though vexed and ashamed of the delay, yet utterly una ble to end it by a decision. We may be happy, if such a condition i rare and exceptional with us: if our usual habit is to think deliberately, decide resolutely, and act firmly. "The irresolute man is continually wasting energy. The power that should be economized for action he consumes in anxious alternations of opinion. Does he propose a journey, a business enterprise, or some change in his mode of life, he is torn with conflicting thoughts as to its desirabili ty. The inducements to carry it out appear in glowing colors, and he thinks his purpose is settled; then possibilities of failures and fears of disapjxjintment bear on him so strongly that he almost renounces it. Again convictions of its benefit press with renewed force, and oscillates most painfully between the two courses, not having sufficient firmness either to un dertake or relinquish the enteprise, Meanwhile the delay itself frequently settles the matter: the time in which he might have chosen for himself passes away, and he is forced to accept what fate has left him without any reference. Directly the power of choice is removed, all the advantages of the opposite plan rush upon- him with tenfold force; he Is sure that that would have been his selection had the opportunity been prolonged; and con sequently, acting upon compulsion without heart or faith, and indeed against what he now thinks his better judgment, his failure and his dis- I ; i.i , t i content are Dom insnrea. in tne I .smaller details of life, this irresol i . .. . i tion, it le-s disastrous, is even more i vexatious rna annoying. To waver 1 about trifles, to hesitate, and doubt. I anJ balance probabilities upon every lit- tie mstter that presents itselt lor mi mediate decision, is a lamentable waste I 0f power, distressing to one's self, and i irritating to every looker-on. It I lietter to jnoke some mistakes, we 'hould all declare, than to thus con stantly lose time and force in debatin the pro and con of each petty action " A habit ot sell dependence is one most important ingredient in a resolute character, lie who, either from nic nation or the force of circumstance, has always leaned upon others, cau hardly lie expected to show much ener gy in decisions, or much inflexibility of piurpose. It is just here that free dom become s so palpable a blessing, giv ing to every man and woman the op porniiuty Mr acquiring aseil-reiiance that nothing else can supply. I I r ii2 rwirhano ho prl Itr iuuic i j rtnn I " i- ' 1 v - wiioiiasaiuimeumaturiiy wuna vacu i . . - . -" iy.. a decided and resolute character, btill I there are various dejrrees of this valua- ble,lVaI,i.ty.-, m,t 'tkwithin thepowerof each individual so to discipline himself as to strengthen and increase it. thoughtful survey of every imixirtant subject on which we are called to de cide is necessary to this end. There is a time lor deliberation as well as f action and when the former is crowd ed into the latter a wise decision is im iHis8ible. All aids to this end should lie warmly welcomed, not as props to support our weakness, but as means to correct our judgment. 1 he inncxibil ltv that refuses to receive such aid and only seeks to enforce its own will is ob stinacy, not decision. W hen, however. we have brought all foreign helps into connection with our own judgment, and have thus formed the Itest conclu sion we en n in t.liA time nlloweil w must, as fiir as possible, dismiss furtlie consideration and proceed to mimed ate action. In the less important de- t iils of daily life we shall not greatly err in lotting ourselves to an immedi ate choice, though we may still ques tion its wisdom, f his self-compulsion will Ik: most salutary, especially if w cultivate the habit of revising our act ions with a view to avoiding in the fu ture the mistakes into whi ;h we may have fallen. oncmijtc American, Mouth glue is made by dissolvin: with the aid of heat, pure glue, us parchment glue or geletine, with about a quarter or one-third of its weight of coarse brown sugar, in as small a quan tity of boiling water as possible. This, when perfectly liquid, should lie cos into thin cakes, on a flat surface, very slightly oiled, and as it cools cut up into pieces of a convenient size. Wheif required for use moisten one end. A piece kept in the desk or work-box is exceedingly convenient. Salmon skin makes a leather of ulout the thickness of dog-skin and as tough as wash leather. The scale marks leave a neat pattern. Air. Dickinson, of Milan, was operated suc cessfully for cataract on his 72d unuivcrsarv ltv Dr. Voorhies, the celebrated Oculist, of Mi-mptus. Profitable Kmplfffynscnt-. KmmIim-mi. A Psnasscst "Read the larcrc double-column advertise nicnt of ki'nni'uy A Co., in this paper. Read it all. IStudv it and accept their ofter. The advertisers arc wortliv of confidence, am llieir assertions can lie reheit on. lames remitting monev can be fullv assured that they will receive just what is promised. The liberality and enterprise of Messrs. Kennedy & Co. arc shown by the fact that they give t h auent a eoin silver liuntiii.! ease watch We have seen and examined' Ibis wati-h and are able to say that it is in every way evua! to what is claimed for it. 1 hey want an airent in this county: some Inckv n-ader ol this paper will get it. The remedv thev oft'el is poiular, the prohts lar.ixc, the mismcss all your own. If yon ilo not wish another t bear awav the prize, answer this advertis nieiit at mice, ami remit for sample dozen, anil 'oti will thank us for ailvism vou, ami thus tiviiiir vou a business as Ion-; as vou five permanent, profitable, honorable, pleasant ho eouiii ask more.' NrilKNCK-K HAlffDKAKR PH.IJt Will ! fmiml to iioiwers those qunlitiefl nereasary to lie total enuli'-ati'iti of all liilious attacks, prompt to start Hie secretions of the liver, ami (Jive a healthy tone to the entire system. Iish-eil, it is no orilinary ili-M-overy in medical acience to have invented a rem edy for these BtuMiorn complaints, which develop all the results nro-lnii-d hy a heretofore free u.e or calo mel, a mineral justly dreaded hy inankjlnl, and ac knowledged to he destructive in the extreme to the human system. That the pnnierUcflnf certain vegc-tiititi-s comprise all the virtues of calwmel, without its injurious tendencies, la now an admitted lacl, ren dered indisputahle hy m-iem i die icscarchis: and those ho use the Mandrake I'ilU will lie fully salisticd hat Ihe InsI medicines arc Ih-we provided l.y nature in I he common hcrlts and njotsof the Adds. hi-se I'ill8oien the liowcls and corr-.-ct all hilimis lcraliKmcnts, without salivation or any of the in jurious rflrels of calomel or ether iotsoiis. 'the w eretion of bile is promoted hy these lulls, as will tie seen hy thealtercd color of tin- Usds, ami disnpiicnrin); of thesallowco,uieionand cleansing of thelonne. Ample directions ha- use accompany each Imx id pills. I'rep:in-d only l.y .1. II. Si hem-k ,v Son, nl llieir mini- ii olle c. corner -loi met An it Slrr-cls. I',u - e-lelplii-i, and for sale hy ali di Heists and dealers. r ici 2.1 ce.iits per nox. H. J. HART IX). Nos. 73. 75. and 77 Tclioimi- toulas 6t. New Oilcans, Wholesale Agents. PlMPt.ES on the face, rough skin, chapped hands, silllrlieuin nnd nil cutaneous allt-i-tious cured, the skin uindc soft anil smooth, by the use of Juniper Tnr aionp. That, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co., New York, is the only kind that can be relied on, as there arc many imitations, made from common tar, which are worthless. tteveral CloMfl Thlnr. If you want pood dilution, If you want ood health, If you want yood baking, If you want the liest Move, If you want the i'licaH'St Htnve, If you want a good 8iitarc meal, IJuy a Ciiaktkr Oak Stovr. -For III Blood la the MIC." See Deuteronomy, xii: 23. The blood licinst the source from which the system is built up, and from which we derive our mental as well as physical capabilities, how important that it should be kept pure! If it contuin vile, festering poisons, all ortratiic functions be come enfeebled. Settliii; uMn important oreans, as the lungs, liver, and kidneys, the efleet is most disastrous, llenee it behooves all to keep their blood in a perfectly healthy condition, and more especially docs this apply at this purticular'season of the year than at any other. No matter what the exciting cause may be, the real canse of a large pro portion of atl diseases is had blood. Now, Ir. Pierce docs not wish to place his Golden Medical liscovery in the catalogue of quack patent nostrums, by recommending it to cure every disease, nor docs he so recommend it; on the contrary, there are hundreds of dis eases that he acknowledges it will not cure ; but what he does claim is this, that there is hut one form of Mood disease that it will not cure, and that disease is cancer, lie does not recommend his Discovery for that dis e.isc, vet he knows it to be the most searching blooif-clennser yet discovered, and that it will free the blood and system of all other blood poisons, be they animal, vegetable, or min eral. The Golden Medical Discovery is tmr ranUd by him to enre the worst forms of Skin Diseases, as all foims of lllotches, Pimples, and Eruptions; also all Glandular Swellings, and the worst form of Scrofulous and Ulcer ated Sores of the Neck, Legs, or other iarts, anil all Scrofnlons Diseases of the Bones, as White Swellings, Fever Sores, Hip-joint and Spinal ' Diseases, all of which belong to Scrofulous diseases. CONFIRMED. HiP-JOlST UIHEA8B CUBED. W. Grovr Station, Iowa, Dr. Pikkce, Bufiulo, N. Y.: DearjSir My wife first became lame nine years ago. Swellings would appear and dis appear on her hip, and she was gradually becoming reduced, and her whole system rot ten with disease. In 1S71, a swelling broke on her hip, discharging large quantities, and since that time there -are several openings. Have had five doctors, at an expense of $125, who say nothing will do any good but a sur gical ofieration. July 16, 1873, he writes thus: My wife has certainly received a great benefit from the use of your Discovery, for she was not able to get off the bed and was not expected to live a week when she commenced using it, a year ago. She has been doing most of her work for over six months. Has used twenty bot tles, and still nsing it. Her recovery is con sidered as almost a miracle, and we attribute it all to the use of your valuable medicine. 1 can cheerfully recommend it as a blood-puri- Her ana strength-restorer. J. M. ROBINSON. ' Golden Medical Discovery is sold by Drttg- GEHEBAL MAEKET QUOTATIONS New York. Flour uiaricet dull ; mpcrftn state ana western M.aiMa, oourae -xira, to; treble extra, $&6.50r choice, $7.2-V7.75 ; fancy. Wheat la irrepiilar and tinttet-tled ; soft and inferior dull and declining; moderate ex nor i inquiry : No. 2 Chicago nominally $l.fi(1.10. livt nitiet. Barley quiet. Corn Active; mixed, 64 S-c ; white, 56C5,57c. If ay Iull ; choice western. ?-2ra3n; nrairie. f12fS.I3; mixed, $17fi22. Cotfee Hio, 'nyaS; Java, 35fV38c. Swgar firmer 7'f&ic: Telfow Harined. StfelAn: while clari fied, lO'inB'ie. Ma pork new r-'l-75.. -.. Lard in tierce, UIc; in kegs, ''W'i Iail, lrjisviLT.E. Floor quiet and unchanged. Wheal quiet and uiK-hanufd- Corn quiet mud nnn ; new, .WaS&c. Oata quiet ami firm at 4.hftfv. Hay quiet and ateadv. Pork, f21.7.Va,22. Bulk meals, houkl99 .!4i8c; clear rib lUiHW- ; clear !kis, ll1 irtall1 ; t.ams, llilc (packed); looae and green, ac ucwer. Kkw Ori.kavs. Sugar firm ; common, Si fir: iirtme 7,ai7,-ie: other irradea unchance Comuieal-Kood "alock ; no demand at 92.70. )rau fHiunlv otMNl: demand dull at OrA'ISr. Itt al meats mles of shoulders at S-Jc ; clear rf h side 1J kiic; clear xiea insane, conee quiec : ordina ry to prime iiyif&Ac. (.niters uncnangea. Mkmpiiif. Flour la anil and nmrhangM at 94 5oy?3 S. Outs quiet ami unchanl.'rso. 1 VMrt. I'orl titiiHt a.id tinchanaed at 2l.,6f22. Bulk iiipb timi and higher; houldera SfSmWe; dear rib llfa i!e; clear sides il9llc .uurd quiet ana un changed. THE COTTON MARKETS. Kkw Yobk. Cotton market firm at 10& Kkw Or mca ms. Cotton demand active: cood or dinary U strict good ordinary li'alle; low mttl dliiMtfto strict low niiddltiiir. 13Hal2lc: middlinr to strict niKfming iyc ; goou nuaauug to niiuaiing lair lS'HlXrC- MoniLK. Cotton market firm ; middling 12a ti tviamit. Cotton market firm ; good de mand ; midqiing 12c : . Mkmpiiis. Cot ton -market fair and arm at IZgc. IynTiRvrT.i.E Cotton market qtriet and changed at I2c . . f., CATTLE MARKET. NAsnviLT.K. Live stork The demand for fat bog ii cood, quotation advancing lc per R., gross. They are very acarce, and all broulght to the mar ket can he sold very readily.. Sheep and cattle were in tair request atiuii ratea. Cattlk Hcamwaca. tx4c : common butcher's 2".a:tc: cood butcher's. 3a3c: select xteera. 8r. Sh'.i'p tirown, weighing upwards of lOOlbs., 9-l.fJila wring lamlw, 8l.5Uaa.00. Hogs stock. 6c well-fattened, efic. tMtCAi.o. uuiie in eooa aemana ana nrn good fat natives 9on7.v..35r fair to good Va5.5M fietthv rteers Ua-1.50 : Texas i.7M.. liogs. re ceipts H,tmo head ; market dull but firm: assorted packers ffsa.za; snipping 9.zoa...vi; nacon iaf.?i, iMitrhifriv at 97.inu7.15: rhiladcludia S7.40a7.fiO. Sheep market slow: common JWtX50; best 93.75a P.10. AH theadvi.nrenicntinaeiencs :irt Mit'l i?i viliziat ion bus not irc- ve tit pit chilt Iran from kirkinfi' holes thronnh the turn of thojr phuert. tintv nLVRR TIPN prevent thin. Try Mtcm. IfilVP VOU S'fll tlc 4 1 HLi: M'KKIT WIRE FliMttH ii ml SIiopm? MillionM nr' sol o u..rn ,M a v- tl.ov fhf 'iihii Mt ittitl Writ rSlioi vr iiiiat F Iiihik tint ior tit rafcnc rrmp. All u thorn Hrw Ittute imitHtioiii. $10 $25 fer (lav. Bend r Chrome CatalagtM. .rrroi' Hons. Uoatoa. Maaa A C.KNTS. the created cbnm-eortheace. Address -A a. whii stamp, .national iropyma- Atlanta. Ua. "W01Tvtn,,me- Kfthcrsex, 3f) a month v V VAI a. IV AKfiits'Snpply Co.251 liowery N V tfilQ a DAT at home. A cent wanted. Outfit ami $1, terms free. Address TttUK A, Cak, Augusta, Mo TTTANTKD AGKNTS. Sample, nnrl Outfit fc-e. V V WUW Illin UOIII. A. tUl'LTKK UO.,i:illCa t .eek salary. Male or female. C-irentai n. ah s irysini to., inaiaiiaooiiu. ind P3Cn Jforith. Aevrntft wanted. St bent selling J'UuU'V " " ono. ne aiiiunie tree. Ad .j cos J unroll, num. WIWfPFnYnnn Men to learn Telegraph in. Per n All I DUmanvnt positions gnarantc,!. Add re 'Acirtr t klegbapn. 191 Hsln t., Memphis, Tean. DIpLI Hookn. Knrions Coorls. Kportina articles. BALUW1N A CO., lit NHhrai St.. w-niuci imhk for two jc. riiamns. 4C4 I'ilv to Asents. HTitivwitrti ItM Ntlfl thf iM'flt rir7 Haniilv rwpcr in Atiicrtt- H.with twoSM'tiro Hroadway. M. V - bum. free. AM. M'F'U CO . aHM W- nn In Aitt Mr mv, HnxmcMii honorable and " " Itimitivc. Aeenim waaled. A Ul rcttm HAKION KUPPLW I O.. Marion. Ohio. KIDDER 8 PA8llLLE8.15S MniirV rrrofWw with Stencil A Ke v Theck lTlUni.1 Outfit, tatalocuesand full mrticul:ira Ilf.r.. . M. OFENt'ER, - UrllliaRlOU 1., UoHKtn. MINI Hcadine ("avenomancy. fascination, Konl t'lMiniiite. McfmriFTm. anil MiirriMirc 4uin. sliowlua how 1'itlter scx may fitHi-iitato A Ruin th love I ;tlhi tHtfi of niiy fM-rnon thfy rhonMta lnxtKUtly. 4iHt psat-s. y nmil Hunt A Co., life . th ot., 1'liila. Jpcalcomnntf, cbromos. steel ennivtmr", phlo LTnh. wrap-lionk nirfuri's. mottfeH. "tc. Kl- itnt NsniplcH unit chIsIocuv sent pnKt-pnio for In cts. K tHwanti-d. J. L. Pnttcn AOo. 12 William Hit, S. SKNH for AriKniplea of Hanimonds Windw prinuri. for lm-kins hhH ui.pitrt,iic kshIu'm f alt sizi's. I'tt-riibirn ziw full inntriii-tions amt riciitji. W. M. II AM MONO.L. iviHlri rry. York Co., Pa. iA t MM m Wurk atiI Kxn, or 9lw tltl f foif. ttl.l. All lhl ur nn.l t,l:.r.l N..v. cities. Cbnmos. etc Vnliiahh snmnlrs frc with irculars H. Ii .KLKTtJifcK, III ChsmlMTsht. N. V. 35 Years iwtabHshed, JONKS UOMMKRCIAL COM Kt.E, St. Ixuis, Mo. Write for Circular and Specimen of i$usiiit-aa Penmanahip. I)PIL1 and Morphine habit altaoliitely and Fncedily cureil. rain less; no puM icily. Send stump ft r p:irth-it lars. I r.tA 11 1. TN, 187 Washington Ht., Chicnpo,, III. fafff PKR WKKK tJUAUANTKKIl to Agents. V Male and Femsilc, iu their own halitv. til J I '-'win and OUT KIT FICKK. Address J'. t. VICKKRY A CO.. AuKUtta, Maine. 1 anill IIHflAl.t.WANTiT thonstiiiflnof ive II 'IJ'll ' I 'VliiillinitsMt propertysaved hv it rllllll I ri'nm'N nm.L- with it psrtiriijarn and it ft tr am free. New 1 urat aad hlnMK. DO YOU r Femiilf. Send votir sildres eel Hiiittlhtiiir I lull will Itrinir WUT MONEY inhriif.i-nt.lv ov.-i MI-VI -, nioiilh IXVKKTOKN' I KIOi. 17V (;renwi h St.. New Vrnk. WANTED Mrn to trnv-1 an) m-U or emwln IIKIIiDKN. No ix'MluiL' In. in Mti.f iu hotiMi Kiactv ili'llrttH a tli. hotel htk) tntvrljiie pxtvnneH nrtttl. AtltlreRN It I E A (II., t iiM inii;ili, Hhio. A MONTII.-AKlx wantml every wlifir. Kii-iiicm liontmihle mul HiM-t-l:is. I":it t l:irM wnl tut: Alilrew UOUl lt A I'O., St. Mo. Tour Namn Elegantly Irlnt- C'l U TKsNjfAKtM VlSITIKa t; ali-. fi,r ', ('i-nts. Ka h rant contmini h m not tiKible until h lit inwards th lirhL iN'othinirlikp thrracver rw-fhre ofli reil in America. Bijtinduce- nam wsij r.i n WE WANT IN EVERY COUNTY IN UNITED r WE CHALLENGE THE WORLD, And will forfeit $1,000 to anv penmn who can produce a remedy which will prove br actual test, a more Hpeedv, certain aitd effectual cure for all Puins and Aches of whatever form nvliisnul is. ti.ft. .il AAiira i.p nkn.niA flusm si..a1 a ll VAIV1UUI VI IHIVI IIU1 Ul "IV VS V,1IS VUK., OUIIUU VI WUIUrllW, UIMI1 DR. EAICLIff'S GREAT fiEHDT, SEVEN SEALS si ffr-rM" KUflmU LCIV We have had this challenge of $1,000 newspaper a a veniremen la, ior me last our years, ana not taken, wnicn shows tae sup excelleuce of our remedy over all others For External or Internal use, IT WILL EFFECT A SPEEDY CUBE IN ALL CASES OF HEADACHE, NEURAXT.IA, TOOTHACHE, SPRAINS, BBUI8E8, FLESH WOUNDS, BURNS, COLIC, CRAMP, CHOLERA MORRl'8, FLUX, DIAKRHEA, BRON CHITIS, CATARRH, COUfiHS, COLDS, INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM, ASTHMA, PHTHISIC, HEARTBURN, INDIGESTION, SUMMER COMPLAINT, PAINS IN SIDE, HACK Oil LOINS, PILES, III NO WORM, FELONS. STINGS OF INSECTS, BITES OF VENOMOUS SERPENTS AND ESPECIALLY RHEUMATISM. A POWERFUL REMEDY WHICH IS This celebrated Medicine is beyond a doabt . to tne woriu. its actum is at instautaneons; in fact, EQUALLY GOOD 1X)R MAN OR BEAST!!! Remember We Guarantee Every Bottle. . No Curo, no Pay ! Trv it and be Convinced ! We Offer m TO YOU THIS IS A - w - Thousands are now out of emtilovnient. a preventative oi nara times, w e nave auopieu aa our juocio, NO CURE, NO PAY! A Source of Happiness to Millions of Suffering Humanity I Iiuring the past year the aronuerf ut snccess of this tireat Bemedv has far exceeded oar most sangnine expectations; thousiinds have from actual experience that 1B. kih:iaht UKKAT KrJHKUX, HKAUJ OB COl.DK.N VM)tK, is the Most Wonderful dioiis, sale, and rowertiu Kemecly Known lti Uje worlil. l.ures are etlected alinost instantly, as if by Masic. Thousands of certincales have been received from all parts of our broad land, unsolicited and unasked for, speaking liemedy, from personal knowledge of iu omuna( ana protracted rases oi Diseases. $1,000 Profit in Four Months ! ' llRHRns. KENNEDY A CO. )rar .S'r.l irreat benefit I received from the use of Ir. iOLPEN WOK DEB, after hcini; eonfineil to diseases, viz.: liyspepsia, Jironclntis, raipitation ot the Heart, I"am in the KiKht side, with Oeneral Uepility, tor wnicn l tnei lie skiii York citv. and two of Ktttibunf. and one ill medicine to swim in all to no purpose. SEVEN SEALS OB tiOLDE.N WUMil.lt. 1 sent and got six nlty-cent bottles, and before using it nil, found mvself able to travel iu a buggy. Took the agency for its sale last April, fnnr'uionlhs atro. ami have sold thirtin irross, or 1.872 bottles, up to this date. Atieust 20. 1871, and expect from the growing demand to year, lientlemen, 11 you tiiuiK wis wortn over three counties as a man ot great amiction. A Remedy for Hard Times! Trv it!! For this iwat R.ml; we Wish Yaw losrlussr Amil! Dear Sir The aliove fully explains the articles we wi.nh to sell. This business is honor ile, and bv being energetic, will pay you well. It is our cfasire to appoint an agent in erv county in all parts of the United States and Canada, granting to each the exclusive right to sell every bottle sold in the eonnty. Should you accept the agency for one or more counties, you shall have the exclusive right to sell every bottle sold in yonr county, as long S ; you continue to act as our agent, and all orders which we may receive from your territory shall he turned over to yonr account. 1 This wonderful remedy, SEVEN SEALS OB GOLDEN WONDER, sells rapidly in the hands of the right kind of men, and we want none other. Now, if yon think you are the man for the work, forward yonr order, name vonr county, and go to work; you can sell a gross in a few davs, without a doubt. We have one man who buys on an average three gross per week, and his orders are increasing rapidly, nnd he has a small county (Berks Co., Pa-t lie writes that he expect to sell one gross per day, at retail, the coming season, not counting wholesale. 1011 have the privilege 01 selling wholesale or retail, or putting I it on commission with druggists, or selling hy sub-agents. This business is worth the atten. tion of good men and nieu of capital. Should you make but reasonable wages say $100 per month for the first three months (many make more) you would nevertheless be estab- ishing a business that would pay you largely Agents are doing hetter witn our itemeuy Whv is this? liecause the ri-meily docs just as bottle. No cure, no pay. Kuowiug tiuit we to redeem a bottle, agents run no nsK of loss. SF.VKN SEALS or tfOLDEN WONDER- gantlv finished in neat and appropriate wrappers, and packed in nice boxes, one dozen in each box. ...... To druggists our scale ot prices are utrge sine, 50 cent bottles, per dozen, 4.oO.. We give special terms to our County Agents gists and country stores at tne anove price ana EXTRA PREMIUM TO AGENTS order to have live, energetic men to tfKe cluded to give free jrratia to each and every COTN SILVER JfVXTMXG Beautifully engraved, and correct tune keeper, i vim? S LE NTi; )ls ot such count v as the furthermore, all orders coming from such counties as the agent may seleet, w-ill henent hnek hv ns to the mrent to he filled iu friet we give sole control of stieh' counties as long as the :tirTtt. foiit.inucs in tne usine3s. jenientiKT, We tnke this plan to have our Great Kemedy car trom you at yonr eaniesi owiveinriiw, mm taken hy some one else. JCemeniher this oner A Small Capital Kcqnired lo Rnn ti ;t..i w.v.nimi in riTv fiiiit.ll n llif nrofir fri.Mi lio.bvt iuvHKtetl targe cspitHl iu their l.iiHiur-w. $1,000 To . . .i.....l..!. r n1 min-irf.in oion- '"'VV I. J ... TTi . n vev wmi l t pnttli our husliM Hri. V witt A LIVE, KMKKt.ETir AWEST, . .. h u w..rlh i J,.7. n who i ipn l a l.ii.ini. I OWK lit WK.:i TSlOn IMIlltBS. haM it nnrl il navH inr Acfiit. ndvertiMW it ttiorimjrhlv In vry Htto. t'onntv and tt.-. Slniii ii.-l on! for ii". hot for the Attit. Kt-m.-ml-r. thit im a I iff hnisin.-i Hnd nnliip i th I ,.,.' . ,,- it growi. ;ifi;r and litrtr'r. t- win nemi A M I'l.K 1MI.KN HOTTI.riS wtiiifiv parnrn wirn our rvo tiik RK i. i:.. '.i r.,r s:iitrtrx lio.-n. wi' Mill urnd I t;iilllKll.! IMMIKlt.111! II IVK' 4t'T OB- XHK H- iiau rM i nmw '"nrnVwii'iit vonr rnimtr. h't K now nm noon an nnvonhnt. aa tin territory nmy Ik- tftkn. We wotild , i,.Ntt'il to hnv' purl i'' who ,ntctnpltt ttikiuc an Krnicly hffor' canine tnrtt'ly in the lmimi. KKMKMIIKK, WE (JlTARATEE EVERY IJ0TTLE I NO CURE!! With ! ot(rti.in wp lonvc th mnttor with yon. Wa do not winh yon tn fniatv nnlou yon will follow tin- lMiMii'ri in luiHtfiirMi. and ri'itllv donirt- to ni.ik iuony. We want now imt lioniwt, coitHrlr'n tioiiH men. To Biifh v will jjnnmnt' sH''wi. Addit'sn till t'ommunitlonu to B. KENNEDY & CO., Sole Proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. t-e-"i rfPtrr0jTrn , i wist iffrfi U I U arca-risM AN AGENT THE STATES ! I! an irAiir", rJiT.. ' VXJUkWU Prominently Displayed in all our Circulars and TAKEN INTERNALLY BY ANY CXE! the greatest diseovery in Medical Science known once icit; its wonaertni enres are ,,r- it literally demolishes pain. , . Permanent and Profitable Employment! ! Arucie oi umrersai m& G0LDEK OPPORTUNITY ! - "... To them ire offer, in the sale of our Bemedr been cored, and thousands have lound out I 1'Hin liestroyer in existenoe, the Host Kxpe- j in heartfelt and universal praise of this (ireat almost miraculous powers in curing the most . , . - 1,872 One Dollar Bottles Sold ! I ' ' - 8tt Town. Lawrence Co.. Ohio. At this late hour I will inform von dVihs lludclilTs Great Remedy. SEVEN SEALS OR my bed for eight years with complication of ox our nome pnysicians, also a uoetor 02 new the northern nar'tof Ohio.. Took enouch patent At length I was induced to try Dr. ItadelifTs sell ten thousand (iu,uul) bottles in the next using you can do so, as i am generally Known . ' yours respectiully, a. J. DAKL1MU. in tne enil. , man anyuiing else lliey ever toos nolcl 01. wc say, and our agents ean warrant every make all losses goon, snoutd they be called on , . is put up in $1.00 and .SO rent hollies eli sixe, i.uu Dottles, per uozen, !i.0O; small at such 1ignres that they can sell to drng- maae a nanusome pronu rv e also give an hold of the hiiHineaei at mice, we have con agent a present ot a hamiKomc, fine VASE WATCH FREE, worth $20.00, and a eertifirafe nf o-nrv agent inav select (not nlreatlv taken); himI, ine irennuin waien in irivtn irraiis iu open is. quickly and thoroughly introduced. Jet mTurr yuiir tnin inunt; inig is open for a short time only. a Laro and rayhiff BitMineMH ! ! It will fullv viiil tlmt nf tln.n-firt.li. ot rmrrrinntK Hiiu.lrwl In all pnrt- if Hw tmntr mtr mnkliiK rn- 5,000 A Year, .r Mitral nflVr nt tliiH titllf. Aftv WIP wllllns .... h..l fV..m i.lliHitH Mm unt the klml .f l"h IKwIf- W llv rent in pn.hlng oor hn.innw t nni ikiih-ii p niim in mi an oni AftrniN a iiint-rt-iii t iu-m, vnm, nniiw ni, iniiH, pu Kiix or asjM. free of rhnnrf, Snmph'" Av our Kicht Klniriiiit rhromoa. l'i:riHW THK t'llK'ti KM T !HTflKRsi u-w.w.- i nr.-a mwm nar. mniv. i w knt I agency, to rnn lor sampia i'acaaB oi inn womiortu N O PAY! ! - LOW EESERVOIR OAK Ire Suited to all Climates, AKO FAMOUS FOB BEING BEST TO USE 1 CHEAPEST TO BUT 1 1 EASIEST TO SELL 111 Faaaoaa flsr dot ng a4 QAK tsiickv Chsapsr TIMS Mr MmflllMMI, g?MCz STEBUbG WOBTa, f i:si"A- rmvftwv nt cm " BirrtffllF mi OsMsstooa. Fsawos for tferrr OAK in BSIM EipccUily HipU4 nm o? smT mum r BOLD BTX EXCELSIOR HIRDFICTDKIHG COMPART mt. Mils, Alio t ; riiuin, BvtTBrr -. ' KaairvM , Tasa IK. VBeHAfXT CVU bhcb, sass. r . Ms Muua, La Ums Bocs in Hot saaiaas. A am. auwwtii, BVMCEX A c. ' - - MosiLS, At a JIAKE YOUR FORTUNE ! Grand Golden. Drawinat or LOUISIANA STATE LOTTEEY posrnyELY. Capital Prize, - 8IOO.OOO ' l,a r.lass, Asusallst tm ,. All in Gold. ONE rBIZE TO ETEEI 8IX TICKETS Only 200,000 Ticket, at $50,000 U. 8. ' Onnreaor. Tenth and Twentieth! roportionate. rsv Tlvkrta mm Wrlta saa- nmlil tnifIJlMJI STATT I flTTTlSV Pt Lack Box 632 FoHtofliee, New Orleana, La. CompftMit a4 nellall Amnta Want4 Urmaah- tetil ika eontry. Uuacrtiuial cMajiaa ra qnirNl. A Great Offer!! larladlaa WAThKN'. at Nwrr I pfff heforr MfitrrMl. HmtUiIt I I v rHtiMina rram IS to 34 anwwOia mU rrn 11441 rr ai ymr. affwim mmmn ItlwKtriiU- ijr. Mw T4M-BI. jioRAt K wiTcaa mm. WICMIK MOHTIILT ESW Urawaon thaAXh of erh mouth Uv nntbwitv a the !.? ii In tun. aT.MM In !mmM f'baarr avr, Tlrkrla al rnra, nr for A. leaviuc art ! tl1urt-l from the pcit ttw dram iec. Full ptrtif-utMrn woiit frr. A'l'IrM, , SEEDSI fir l?a IK MlW BKADY an1 Will l lUHtltM., FKKK OF I'll l hII HpplfrHntM Upnti m'-rtnt of WWmtm fr ;' tm9. KulWfa and iiermn Jbditioa. AdirosM JOHN KERN, - 211 Market Street, St. Louia. sWHtat where yon saw thin ad vwtlaam at. SOOTHING SYRUI FOX CHIt4TUt.!J TliETHIHifc - I'OiS NAI.K I'- A Lb JlUI'trtitST. Thin kw TrM ts wotfli with rrfrst x mt tcrt ti lull t d iy. A4ptm iiM-lf tn ovorv flHiCw mt thf k1r, rrtntsiiiiat Bur Inre uuort 4h hrrvM etrrlitit or PfTWit tmln ii it III iwrniiBfnt lciiretl, tkld caesr tif ' Mastic trdm co mrt trTiwl wnym Nnw Tarh tnt hy wiall or atrnd ar ctrc-wtar mm4 hm cmr4 J. O. BICHCIjO"W", a-3 RESllRT PITSICIAX ; XMVallus wlhhlnc fcMW not sjprtiia-M, r.mm oii.a.si ss j bv iMnMlai Br. Blplsw, tjvt . mm REMINCTON. & NY PKRAIN nwnlnw - Hs.rlnr Mu-kltaa wMrh J In rfrlv wrn nut, fir itn-fi not tn tli work r- Smrtl, will lint) it to tltWr mnvuntrut U Hnt mm m fsrriptittn of thffr Marhin, nnd or lOwrnl trinK f vicHiuiR' for 1ht IjIkM Nnnntnv Briw InirlwMt. It tw riillv Wnrrn tt il for hv. v.n. anil Mntifurtlon Ik ffnnriiiitN in vrrry tnwtaiw-v, or th moiioy will ! rvtumcvt to th ptin hnwr. Th HM Itlieritl tvTttiH Ut MKPfit ! rjiMii hnvfrf. (m !! of work ami all mtrttriilar hv mnil to itMrlif livtrtB ! Ai'taMKnwmfWM ivwrtiviik.TMia. TIm trM wf All m4 ratMar. THE DANBURY NEWS I N tvy.UI.M. AS A IHI.MK I'At'KK. Trmi. now. a-l nr mr. Aflr-r Jnn. B, Wl 9.f, IHWt.tt:- vt1l r,)HI 1'V ail BWWWI". f-rnd ! Inr M- nnn n I'uriV. BA !!.: 00 AN. Laaksr, C BRIDE I A- f'0.,w ailM Mew Ywrku iti ,fiitn ' r mo iMiTtw-LFniiar i r t-iNtirwy I'M'aai. it coo . 9 :rt-tft tirsl (.Lara paisfr. fir f-- f lwiI trfii. cerrtivad ftllvar-platad rvnb hi r,a nuu pn, p nell, ana a valu able priM. ria It -jo ., wtlh fltAut rM. pnat paiil. ft r 0 cu , ?' C -. p .t-pa rt, fwU-sMf- a ail., r Hull ir sTiiara f wIiih bhi.i ha nine Litxia : tf 4 .ilrer dollar and a ; ldrM.alu rveif UUO Mk- ea. jtaoata- oirruir n". holiday cirri TIIK KgT THAT rA KK MAwR. !a:tmtir, frMiuls, sst fsuluusf . sr sai r y m ytr I JLVJ PEINTIN5 PRESS. -T 3 rU. Praai S.OO I50.OO. "ta -t-. w w. ft raialacM im urttS. . WIKiim A CO. Vrr Uilrtlsn HI tl mt l'SUTIS BATkMiaA tLJnKfevai raral auvM. ! 3 OVn rfW T11n.rfta4i FrW ?.! n GnM rmn, iva "uwia. ('-. rNHI., THk I'irki. thwimm arly mmm dlwr-r, nttlra. watfrMi af aowlnf W -nj jliiw. ,mT rawara.iTCillv .-Up. Am wrttlan. Vf "5 i-w.l p. inOnl. 0M renfl ...MrTnna. ttASNRS Bt-.Urt.tuaTU. LowUrtlte. Ky. 2-A-4-P-1 M.-.I1. Ihl till- U. O. r... "rlBll.i. t.-ipri-.-. n.. In II. -'-n.l v.-r. I. .Ii.lrll.ntiiis silk nil k.n.l.. rrr I- rvo.v pun lm-. r ol . I.k. HH .i,. ..,,1 .,n.. r. i.. "-I..I ,rvr.r. j ' "vi'r ltllMl-lrhi, $5 to $20 a tiny st home. Hampti worth ti stt (re. 8T1WHIIN A AA., Porttalt Me. Wm:s writik T ivrTiir.H. Mar was saw Ih "" Vrl. ",T" In (his (MMM-r. 1 " (uvrrox! MOTION! f lUKf!irlirit and most rrounr .- vw1.l l.lmsfriiin IWa ID lllivr i. I ior i.T.: Adifiir w. "- r Winona, Mi, -lrYS 1J