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IlILLSIJOUO. t t : OIIIU LEARNING THE NEWS. Whnf tlio news, flood neighbor? W lint's thr newsy" There's no news, my neighbor. Truly, none! All is well with mo, with work hos-un. With wife mul children, crops, unl lambs, and ewes." " ThJuiTiS to find, then, there's no better wor1 11 the home be sale Look ynill lifyon.l the initpLi cniiHrt pair Of irny youny liivorfl, wtK.re tln corn is S(ilT(.-(l. " Ayrl nral Love haa ll plaoo, like fiilllnif ii.'ctl, Liko KrKln that rlpona, and like tl.los that roll. Tt Roems but yp!rrflnr, wh'-n wn, ton. stolo From p-nzi: of oldur folk, ttiniugti Hold tui.l nu-uil. "Ah! wp'rr fltill younfc enough thnir dreura to htin: We'll turn n-akle our eyes the while they pn.s : The htiMhfwl enuple, foolish livl fltvl Ih. ! Rut, faith, 1 know thtit gown, thut brnkled hair." And I the enp, the jnek.'t. Peel theyehooe The other pnth. IVrhtip th'-y t r to ti-ll. Your irirl, luy boy, und loveial Well; well! welll At least, my neighbor, we have learned some news." AhiucDe Vrre., in N. Y. Iwls.tifndeiit. SYMPATHETIC IMITATION. Singular Effect of Mind Upon Mind —Spiritualism Epidemics of Suicide Murder and Other Crimes—The Influence of Words. At a mneption reoontly jriven at tlm I-rfinp; Maim College ilo)il:il, Dr. tvuiiiiol (J. Armor, Dean of tin! college: faculty, delivered no ntl.lrrss on "Tim Interaction of Mind and Iiody," which sparked with gems of thought. The singular quality of the human mind, said tho lecturer, of being "af fected by the affections of another," is one of the great facts of human history w Inch at dillcrent periods of the world's history has had a strangB and powerful inlluenco in .shaping human destiny; anil yet as a seientilic fact, historically con sidered, if has received but little investi gation. Men are bound together not more by the mutual dependencies dis covered by reason than by the intuitive sense of the emotions that move and the unreasoning impulses that direct and euiile each other in action. And all these emotional impulses are born of sympathy, and involve an impulse to imitate in feelings and in action those whom we love anil admire. This prin ciple of sympathetic imitation, like other elements of human character, ex ists in dillcrent degrees in different per sons. Some are born leaders of men; others are born for the rank and tile. The principle of imitation differs also tit different periods of life, and in the differ ent races of men. Children learn in sensibly to model their habits ou the ap pearance anil manners of tlio.se with whom they are familiarly conversant. As we advance to maturity the pro pensity to imitation grows weaker. Our improving faculties gradually divert our attention from the models around us to ideal standards, more conformable to our tasU'S. The inferior raoes of men are in this respect much like children. They learn largely by imitation their ideal standard being feeble in comparison Willi their imitative taeulties. 'That the mesmerized subject often passes into the state of anesthesia, as well .as other peculiar mental -states, 1 have had abundant testimony. And that the so called Spiratualists some of them at least believe tlie.y have communications with the dead. I can readily believe. Nay more, that to their minds they actu ally see and converse and walk with the dead is not improbable. It is in harmony with what is known of certain psycho logical phenomena the concent ration theory of tranoe. Strong concentrated mental impressions, acting upon what psychologists call the emotion of expec tation, not unfroquently become convert ed into sensational realities. The eye, for instance, sees what the mind strongly conceives ; the ear hears a voice thatstill lingers as a memory in the brain; the in tenesly superstitious see in the dim twi light the ghost wrapped in its winding sheets. Learned school men call this perversion of mind and sense objective subjectivity. Common people call it deJusion. The most extravagant perform ances of the subjects of hypnotism, as it is now called, is no external, super natural spiritual manifestation ; it is merely an exaggeration of what we wit ness in everyday life, an extreme mani festation of the control of one person over another, which we 'so constantly witness. JJuringthe Middle Agns, when tho superstitious and fanatical element largely predominated, numerous nervous atleetions spread as epidemics in waves of ympathy. sometimes spreading over whole communities like the fury of a storm. In Geiniany at one time it took the form of the dancing mania, which was probably nothing more than an ex aggerated form of St. Vitus' dance. It was characterized by comical audi ludic rious grimaces, a.uc.1 sometimes fcy vio lent contortions, leapings and fantastic gestulations Hundreds flocked to see tiie Mtrange delusion, aud wu, we are tuld, all Germany was dancing and gesticulating with the unhappy sufferers. About the middle of the Tenth Century a strange panie seized upon men's minds that the end of the world was close at hand. This strange, religious impulse has run. through the centuries, and powerfully aflects many minds tnday. In lat-r times, murders, robberies, suicides and other crime have often prevailed, as locaJ epidemic, "d'lio epidemic character of euieide has long been recognized. A singular instance js given in l-'rench histocy. At the Hotel ifor InvaliiS! in Paris, among the ld soldiers who had been lo'ig accustomed to act in ciMwiert with their commanders, une of the iiunates was fcniud dead oite day by hanging, and within a short time twelve other hanged themselves on the SAu'lic post. Ti'.ie post wtus u emoved ami bunging ceased. Similar instances,' iniht be multiplied to an Lj.leliiiite ex tent. Ki.rnestnc.sg at purpose is :a powerful element of magnetic sympirhv. This is one of tho secrets of the world's great oratxits. Men nui ve in musses under a common impulse. This is vvli-tt makes man "mighty in btttle." In iu absence they will run away from the neinv, when, with it they will run after theiii. Music u another pimerful element of sympathy. We feel the power, rs are softened by the inllucticc, wo are sub dued and rtfined by the pathos, and yet the harmony comes into our soul like a delicious dream, not through the work ings of tho reasoning faculties, but through tho mellowing influence of a ra ilient sympathy. Human reason has often lem to do witli events than prevailing sympathetic and imi'adve movements, which, be coming general, like the atmosphere around us, exert an luiconscious hut in evitable pressure upon us. Kveu educa tion and culture cannot at all times re.ist iu iiitliienco. And it is principle that ns.si-UM invlS iu nil grades rind condition. I of life. The paragon sets the fashions the pupil uu"nnsi'ioiisv imitates the teaeiier. the child catches the intonation of the mother, the inferior learns by iin itnting the superior, und the sail and gloomy spirit, imparts its leaden hue to all within its blighting shadow. On the other hand the hopeful and cheerful and strong infuse their hope and cheerfulness and strength into others. And so of kindness, forbearance, gentleness and love; they everywhere send their genial and benignant influence into the dally life. Wo cannot say too much of the wonderful potency of kind words. I'ut words both kill and cure. Tho poet Keats, it is said, was killed by nn article in the Edinburgh Iicvii tii, and the news papers say that a sensitive young lady died the other day from having received an insulting valentine. If people were always very kind to each other there would be less sickness. The pure at mos phere of love and charity is to the mind what the invigorating mountain nir is to tho body. The age of peace and justice and good will, when it arrives, will be one of health. Envy, hatred, covetousness, disappointed love, scolding wives, debt and hard times are all unwholesome things. Hope and joy and mirth and music are often more po tent remedies than "drowsy sirups" and blister plasters. And how benevolence and good will conduce to health! I,et nothing else enter the sick chamber but kind, hopeful, assuring words. Es pecially should tho physician be a man of courage and hope and sympathy. A long and solemn faee, sad looks and sadder words are enough to make a well man sick. Normal, healthy, enlight ened sympathy is one of the most charm ing elements of human character. It is broad, unselfish loving, liberal and kind. It links us in all the tiuer elements of hu man character to the universal brother hood of man as magnetism binds to gether the metals, and in "weeping with those who weep, and rejoicing with t hose who rejoice." it, becomes one of t he most charming of the Christian graces. Morbid sympathy, in its superstitious, impulsive and contagious character is a destructive and dangerous element of the human mind. In the operation of the human mind we should distrust all purely emotional conclusions. They may chance to be right they may. indeed, add glow and warmth and activity to a sluggish int..-l-loct but they are unsafe guides. There is, after all, no safety but in human rea son, human reason softened, rclined and guided by enlightened conscience. This is the rock to which we must anchor if we would not be drifted olf into the un certain seas of fanaticism, speculation, idealism, insanity. 1 have nothing to say against the sky and earth, and wooded mountain slopes, and green meadows, and still waters, but they are devoid of sense and aflec tion and sympathy. The brave old oak is but a giant idiot. Could the dumb, irrational universe sympathize wit h us, how it would rise in our estimation! Suppose that the brook hummed its lul laby just to please us. Suppose that the planets knew our names, and smiled on us with affection, as the pools feign the moon smiled on Endvmion at Caria, and for his sake caused her chariot wheels to be stayed at Latinos. Suppose that the rose looked pretty, and blushed to in spire us with delight, and not merely because it could not help itself. Sup pose the birds warbled as much for our sake as their own ( by the by, maybe they do. ) Suppose all this and more, and yet the intellectual and moral world of human thought and affection and sympathy would still be foremost in sub limity aud beauty. Arizona Farming. "No, sir. I wouldn't advise any ma, to try farming in Arizona," he con tinned, as he rubbed his back, against tht depot wall. "Tve been thar, aud I know all about it." "What's the trouble P" "Well, I. had tho purtiest farm yor ever sot eyes on, Jislas Igot my wheal in along came a parcel o' fellars an' diskivered a silver mine right in the middle o' my wheat field, and I bclievf thoyipilt at least thirty acres." "jftit you sold the mine?1' "O yes, they came down purdy hand some for that, but I never felt quiti right about it. Then there was my med der. I had a hundred acres o' the purtiest medder in the United Slatef when 'long came a galoot an' diskivered a mineral spring on the back end, an' nuthin would do but I must sell him fifty acres for $i00 an aero. I had to do it. Hut it spiled that medder completely. Then I had a hill, all graded oil' nicely fur the boys to slide down in the winter, an' they was aufieipatin' heaps o' fun, when a gang rode up one day an' began to hammer an' dig, an' afore night they coaxed me into selling thirty acres foi $.ri , 000. Then another crowd diskivered asbestos in my calf pasture an' stuck an' hung for ten acres at !f,000 an acre, an' to cut it slnrt I was driven onto' that in my old ago with only f -200,000 in my wallet. I tell ye farmiu' tlon't pay oat Miarj tho iniuit yo got a start an' begin to feel at hum they diskiyer silver mine in the door-yard an' shoot ye out," Wall street Daily News. A Queer Surgical Case. The celebrated Vienna surgeon, Prof. ItiUroth, has at present in his hospital ease which will shortly create some sen sation in the medical world- One of his patients has been in the habit for the last six years of "rinsing" his storuarh daily. This manipulation, one of the wonders of modern theraiutics, consists of in serting a tube into the stomach through tho gullet, and pouring lukewarm, or medicated water through the tube by meanseif a funnel, till the stomach is full. Tlien, by simply lowering the end of the U,bo to tho waist, a siphon is formed, :und tho stomach is emptied. Tho patients who undergo this operation sutler mik.it.ly from chrxinio catarrah of the digy,'ive orgaus. Tha process ixso' uiif.,lo that they soon, learn to perform it unaided,, tinsl tin's was (lie case with tie) above mentioned patient, llnlortunatei'y for him, he had not thought it necessary, or did not posses Uio means of purchasing anew tube, but contented himself with blending and patching, and itying defectito parts with thread. The i&eviiablo took place. A portion of the tube, measuring eight iuchvis at least, remained iu his stomach, and ke is now awiling l'rof. liillroth's decision as to the best means of treat ment. Tho skillful surgeon is s'.ill hesi tating between tiie two courses open to him; lis must either attempt to extract tho intruder througlit tho oesophagus, with the help of gastroscopy, or he niusl resort to gastronomy, ftleanwhile the patienteiijuys a good appetite. London Life. ' m George Augustus Sala writes "There is one perfectly comfortable, oli'un and elegant hackney carriage to ue found in Europe. Its tariff of fares is very moderate. The driver is alway polito, and tho carriage will convey any quantity of luggage. This yttrftict ve hicle is called a guudullt." FARM AND FIRESIDE. Japanese persimmons ran be gr.nvn in tubs, bke oranges, and transferred to the cellar late in the fall for protection against, fried. ' A steam ploiv Iws been sent from England to Dakota, where contracts are nnule for plowing large tracts of land at the rate of throe dollars per acre. It requires about.r,(HM) young lish to slock a pond of one acre in extent. Of fish weighing from onn to two pounds 1,000 to tho acre is a liberal estimate, and these will require nrtilicial feeding untvss the pond is very rich with fooil producing vegetation. St. Lotus lllobr. Successful poultry raisers are those, who always have pure water and grass runs for their fowls. Chickens should never be permitted access to the horse stable, and it is bad policy to allow them to make themselves at home in tho haymow. Their coops should be entirely separate from the stable. As a rule it is better to sow grass seed early than late, for when the sun has great nower, young plants are read ily killed, and a long dry season results in the cracking of heavier soils, which is very destructive to grasses. Early summer sowing is a frequent, source of disappointment, as if often happens that seed which has come up perfectly is killed by intense and long-continued heat. lirowned potatoes are verv much liked now when now potatoes in the market render the old ones tasteless. I 'eel them and steam them until they are tender; then about half or three-qiKirlers of an hour before dinner supposing there is a roast of beef or lamb or fowl in the dripping-pan in the oven - lav the potatoes under the meat. When they are browned take them out with a skim mer, let them drain, and send theni to the table on the platter with the roast. iirmt)il.otvti T l ifrafih. Fruit Jumbles. One cup of butter, two cups of sugar, three cups and a half of Hour, half a cup of milk, three eggs, half a nutmeg grated, three teaspoonl'tils of baking powder, one cup of English currants. Wa-h the fruit in at least three waters before adding them to the dough. Hake the jumbles in abroad, shallow tin, cut tnem in squares while warm, using a thin, sharp knife. If the dough is still' you can mark the squares with a fork before baking. Vkrislinn Union. Going Into Sheep. 8 A new lieginner, who has had no ex perience with sheep, asks us whether it would be safe for him to buy "Joo or more sheep after shearing, with a view of feed ing them for market. He has pasture for them, and thinks of feeding them in winter, for spring sale. If our corres pondent wishes to take a lesson iu dear bought experience, which will make a iiiosi lasting impression, then his project would probably be entirely successful. We generally a I vise taking lessons at a lower figure. Sheep feeding requires a good deal of judgment, founded on ex perience, to manage prolitably. We have known one instance where "New Beginner's" project was tried success fully, aud a fair margin lefton the trans action; but the circumstances were ex ceptionally favorable he had an experi enced Mentor at his elbow ill the pur chase, and at frequent periods in the feeding, as well as in tho sale at the time of marketing.' These three things are important landmarks in the sheep business to know how to buy, how to feed, and, lastly, how to sell. A slight mistake in each part is sure to result in a loss. It is generally thought to bo more risky for a new beginner to at tempt the feeding of '200 slieep. than a proportionate number of cattle, but he is not likely to be successful in either. If our correspondent has a liking for sheep, or thinks he would have, it would be safer for him to try u small number say ten to twenty and then feel his way up to greater numbers. Let him visit the nearest sheep market, and leisurely inspect the dillcrent grades, and see how -ach stands when brought to sale; keep his eves open to all the points, and re member them in his selections. This will be cheaper than his large experi ment, for a new beginner. Again, if he should spend a little time in visiting some successful feeders, and get. ail in sight into their way of doing it, he will bo taking practical lessons at what they are well worth to him. It may be con sidered somewhat strange that farmers do not visit each other more in search of the practical experience of those who have succeeded in any specialty. This is in the natural line of those who do not believe in book-farming, but even this sensible way of gaining information is not much pursued. Wo would suggest that "New Begin ner" migbt'lind a flock which ho might pasture through the summer, at so much per head, and thus gain some informa tion in handling them. A flock of '200 sheep, well bought, the latter part of June, to bo pastured through the re mainder of the season, with a view of feeding for sale at tho must favorable period, should be judiciously fed from the start. If the pasture is good the sheep will do well on that alone, but a little extra feed will be liberally repaid in fattening. An fattening is the object sought, let this be done in the most eco nomical way. A little grain on pasture will pay much better than the same amount of grain in winter. As wo have often advised, economy requires that an imals intended for meat should be pushed in tho warm season. A quarter of a pound of corn and oats, or corn and wheat bran, or corn and linseed meal, mixed, for each sheep, will produce a greater result than twice that amount of feed in winter with good hay. The time to give a start to fattening sheep is in summer. If these sheep become fat in the fall, so much the better are they for feeding in winter. Such sheep will stand the cold, und gain on a much smaller ra tion than if they were thin iu tho fall. The bead, western feeders of cattle wisely give corn on pasture. Sheep feeding should Ic done in the same way, except that it is liettcr to give some more nitro genous feed with corn. The rule should bo to push the sheep in warm weather. aud then t ceding in winter will be com paratively easy. Kutiuiial Live Hlock Journal. Intelligent Birds. A correspm'ident of the Solum (Ala.') Times has come to tho conclusion that Ohio pair of birds at least observed the Nahbath day and kept it holy. He says: "A pair of mix-ting birds were very busy Saturday building a nest on the swinging bough of an oak tree that grows very near n.y room window1. Atduk, Satur day, the nest was about half finished. Yesterday (Sunday) 1 sat by tho win dow, reading most of the day, and could plainly see the nest and its builders. During the whole day not one stroke of work did they do on it. They hopped and flow about, chirped and sang, but no work for them. T hey were keeping tho Sabbath. Yesterday morn ing, bright mul early, I looked out, and liicu they wort) Hying to ami fro, carrying straws, sticks and bits of colUm, as busy j beos. bu-jnge, wasn't it?'' Where the Tax Falls. The Formers' Journal directs attention to significant fact, that se.ans to have i n i ' e escaped public atte-.tion, in run ue tion with the tax on distilled spirits, viz. : that whisky which is n-cd as a bev erage, and is at best but a luxury, pays but about onn half tho tax per gallon that is paid by flli ohol, whit h cnteis into the aits anil manufactures and is a chemical ngent of inestimable value The cxplanat ion is that whisky is onh sbo it one half the strength or proof of Alcohol. Many seem to think that a high tax tends to lessen the use of spirits os a beverage. This view, however, does not seem to be sustained by the facts or the statistics of the Revenue Department. Hefoie the tax was put upon spirits fully 3;l per cent, of all that was niado was used in tiie arts and in manufacturing. Now nearly all that is made appears to be consumed as a beverage. liefore the dajs of the tax alcohol was extensively used in preparing dyes for calico, car pets, etc. It was also largely used by furniture manufacturers, varnish makers, hatters, druggists and in many other in dustries. Now wherever it is possible substitutes are employed, such as wood spirits and fusel oil, which have en ob jectionable odor and are rank poisons. It is estimated by those most compe tent to judge that if the tax should be reduced to fiO cents per rallon that at least It;. 000, 000 gallons of alcohol would be used in tho above industries. This would create a market for over 4.000, 000 bu-hols of grain, while it is further claimed that the Government would suffer no loss of rovenuo. RrMMr:R troiifers are so attrnintr-rl In ntvle that when a yimii in.in of this period sits down in tlicin he will wib'.i that lit had tood up and tuved reat. Greatest Discovery Since 1492 For coujjhs, cold, sore throat, brnueliltis, luiynitlx. und rote u mi pi ion in Its e:n lv st;.rei, nothing eti ils Dr. I'irtvc's " (ioliten'Mede al Discovery. " It, U also a greiit blood-purifier und Kt rentli-restorer or lotiie, and for liver complaint and costive conditions of the bowels It has no eiiuai. hold by druiri6ts. As TndlatKi man kill -d the currant worms em his bushes with soft map. Also, the bunheg. He will have no more trouble. What's Saved is Gained WorkiniriTieii will erononil7.e by employing Dr. Pierce's Medicines, ills "Pleasant Purg ative Pellets" and "(iolden Medical Dis.-overv" rleanne the blood and system, thus preventing fevers and ot her serious diseases, and curing all crof ulcus and other humors. Sold by druggists. A Dotch Judge, on conviction of a culprit for having four wives, decided: " Ite h.sh bunishment plenty; I lifs nut one t" Young, middle-ajjed, or old men, suffering from nervous debility or kindred affections, should address, wit h two .stamps, for large treatise, WoRt.rt's Disi-emsauy Meoical. As sociation, liullalo, N. Y. " Don't you love birds, Mr. f'roseman, and all their sweet lit.t e ways?" "i do, MisB Gushiugton, dearly ou toant." Is Torn senlp full of dry liuly scales anfl little, pimples! Dr. Benson's Skin Cure will cleanse your sculp und remove all scales and ti-Bd -rnesp wiLhin (i ilas ; try it, for it is the best head dressing ever used. Sold by ali dnigiiists at $1 per pack. err. Also his cele brated Celery and ( hamoin le PiHs, at 50c per hex. The rei-oirni.ed standard remedy or all headaches and nervousness. A I.ITTI.R Georgia baby fell down a well and was already out of sight when a neighbor, at tracted by'its mother's cries, came to rescue It. In taking otT the timbers through whose crevices the child h.id fallen, some of them fell iuto the water. The disturbance in the water caused the child to rise to the surface when she was picked up and resuscitated That i certainly a new way of raising chil dreu. Detroit Fret Prest- Given up by Doctors. "Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is np and at. work, and cured by so simple a retnedv't" " 1 assure you it le true Uut he is entirely cured, and with nothlYig but Hop Bitters; and only ten d ys ago hia doctors gave him up and salu he must die !" "Well-a-dav! That ts remarkable I I will go this day and get some for my poor George 1 know hops are good." .Vaem '(. It's a Teteran je--t to lay that, "while a Sien lays an egg, a ship lavs to;" but on board the vessel you can actually ace a belay. jv. 1'. A'-ews. A woman's heart is a email affajr, bnt it ran upset, the bifgeat man that ever adorned this world. "Presumption begins iu Ignorance and ends tn ruin." Un the other lurid, the pro duction of Kidney-Wort begun with wie, cau tious and icientific research, and its use ends in restoring shattered constitutions and en dowing men and women with health and happiness. " My tormented back," is the ex clamation of more than one poor hardworking man and woman; do you know why it aches! It is bee use your kidneys areover-tasked anil need'strengthcuing, and your ay-tern needs to be cleansed jf bad humors. You need Kid ney-Wort. Tub Israelites didn't havo urh a bad time In the w i d -rness, after a'l. They certainly had enough to eat a 1 manna of food, in fact Personal The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich , will cud Dr. Dye's celebrated Electro-Voltaic belts and Ap'pliane.-s, ou trial for thirty days, to men (youug or old) who are allllcted with nervous debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles, guaranteeing complete restoi alien of vitality and manhood. Add ess as above. N. B No risk ia incurred, aa thirty days trial is allowed. "Till! parting givea me piin," as the man aid when he had a troublesome tooth ex tracted. Yankees Statesman. f2fT.ie Diamond Dyes alwavs do more than they claim to do. ( olor over that old drccs. It will look like new. Only 10 cents. A collector of antique furniture was hunting through the auction hops the other day lora "signal bcrviie bureau." Don't Dib n the house. "Rough on Rata" 15c Clears out rats, mill, Hies, roaches, bed-buga. THE MARKETS. NEW YORK, June 24, 1881. F!,(Wtt-Evtn Ohio 4 lift , ( 7 75 WllUAT-lte I Winter 140 u,t 141(4 No. 1, wlnto lil i'0 1 IU COKN-No. 8 ts ml nv'i O A'l 'M-Mixed Western Ml .,t 6:1 I'll UK -Mess 20 (CV'i 21 Oil l.A It I Prune stcatu 1181 CrA 11 lir, IH'TTKU Western la 6 .-, ( 11 iir.si'.-oiiio 7 tin 10' Kill is West, -111 20 u j CATTI.K 10 m i:t M 111 "is im i h ;o fcSMEUP. CLEVELAND. - .... f 7 m Minn, new process 8 ;." Iiu y IKI A r , (I M WHEAT No. new 1 !.'! ,a 1 L'OKN IS (, in OATS- No. I Ui t fci Cill.hMI-l'leiicH Kuctoiy... jij,. l.) "bio I 'airy 11 iii 1 1 i-.ii t iiniuc 11 t,Q ei Ki'i 1W t 20 l'llTA I'llllS. per bil-hel 1 41) ls 1 fK rSl;i;i l.-s Timothy 8-10 no 2 ml L lover 4 to 25 CINCINNATI. ftO W UK IT 1 2S" 1 ;;l liiHN Tl ;:i't nil' 'f I l'0 Tl OATS Kt (,o M 111 Tl UK ( h nee ili e 'M liiHiii -Common to Ihtht 6 2.", ca IS TOLEDO. Willi AT-Western 1 4 f 1 2.'.'i No. Itcd Winter 1 2 , va 1 20 COKN-ttith Mi.vc.1 71 (, 14 No. 2 72 GO 711 OATS -No. 1 04 BUFFALO. IlLKVL.S-II.st .., 8 110 Of 900 Medium 7 iV U(t H ml IKKj.S ---Common to liinr 8 :JTi kt 8 .Vl Heavy ... 8 4a 40 8 HO bit LLP -I' moil 4 7: (o 6 40 ( ho ice 5 40 PITTSBURGH. IIL'L'VKS llcst 7 .'0 i 7 71 M eluiii 8 :'o i 4 6 i'j HOGS - Yorkers J J ti) 800 I'hil.idclphius 8 -p kj, 8 ni BIIELT- ll. st 4 tj ft -c, .Medium 4 00 t'i 4 7 i PHILADELPHIA. - ; fo Tolled ;i;i ::il Vesic.ru lino sm 41 nionlln lieadnchrs, net vnns pnmt.nit.'tm ind sp.n.il weakness cured hy J.ydia K. I'mk hem's Vegetable ( oinpoiind. I!t milNi;'i DuBsU Salve, l est family salve In the wotld. and excellent for stable ut-e. ''eels. An Idaho man followed a hear lute a cave, and fnvuot to come out. Pnvr.iNfi irritation. Inflammation, all Kid ney Complaints, cute. I liv " Uuclmpaiha." $1. A corn-notion it--A man who avoids wear ing tight, boots. Wise's Axle Urease does not gum, or run off. Wakefield's Blackberry Balsam, fordUfrliea. Trt tho new brand, "Spring Tobacco. ' HEALTH At this season the health needs careful attention. The blood being weak-cned and the. system run down, dan gerous disease is liable to secure a hold that cannot be easily removed. What at first appears to be but slight indisposition, often de velops into troubles that may be incurable. At this season the liver becomes inactive, the com plexion sallow, pimples ap pear on the skin, dyspepsia and indigestion affect the digestive organs, &c. What is needed is a com plete, reliable and strength ening tonic. Such a medi cine is Brown's Iron I!n tirs, lvliich, ly its great strength ening j'owcrs, diffuses new life in the blood, revitalizes the w hole system, giving tone to the stumacli, iiium It s and nerves, effectually relieving all weakness and tendency to lassitude. Brown's Ikon Rittfrs is a true tonic which has been thoroughly tried, is made by a reli;ible firm, and has the hearty endorsement of the medical profession. It will cure dyspepsia, indi gestion, and malaria, and relieve all wasting diseases, such as consumption and kidney affections. As a mcd'f'ne for those diseases peculiar to women it is without a rival. For sale by all druggists and dealers in medicine. One Dollar a Bottle. TEAS; In aboniDre. fi! Million poniKt lmpurt-d last y.-jir. Prices lower than rvrr. AE"iita whiiip.i. uou l waste Mine. St lit! for ctrcuUr. 10 ;ood niark or Tnivrd, for $1. 10 I tin Flu ISIacIt or Tllx-d, for $2. 10 Clioiee lilacls or Mi-ied, tr nrt for pound itvniple, 17 ct. extra for poctmre. Ihf-a get up a club. hotcent Tea In the world. 'articm variety. Plenv b everyLKi.lv. otch Kt Tea Hoi!r-e in Aintrtctt. No ctironio.N J iiuaitmg. iraiKit I'tiKines. Value f r money. ttUtt'T Vtwy KU,K. V.,P.O. Box 1287. nRUNKENSllSILYCUREOy I.J 3,iK Curei wlihtliH Douolc ihiirMe of J, mm Kt'incdy. B irfkn Free. I.kbli K. Kkeley, U D , SuigiouC. A. tt K.. Dwieur. 111.. U.S.A. I 1 I t IC7 C5 IMPROVED HOOT BEER ill Km VP -MJv.'r tnk-i & cn lull - of m jd m rtc Iciuu - lisii-ftem-'. un kiittg Tfinwrnnoe lx-vrr-r Ak vour drusei-l, ar Nnt Uy m4il (or &e. C.C Hittica. 48 K. i?.ia. Ave.. 1'hiU. BOOKS d.T Kl II.DIVU, P1INTI&, I ii u hi rairn aiaioicur. jinurrm, ciu-iopine in iff item taiaji. Wm T. CtiMSToi-K, Af-tor I'lu r, New York THRESHERS' i Tl" U'Hl i le I HE ALL I MAN A TAVLOK CO. . MauaBrid. O, . rifnl tit 0PTT1TJ- "EATING III 1111111 4" st:N 1 FK'-'- J C. v V ' nun it an. r.O. Box l.il.Chi.-fciro. lit. AGENTS LOOK HF.PE ! w furnish free- with c.. h United St-tr M ( l.urr Nplrmlxl Hook r.t.. . ing Ihr umw cei iimnf very viilcr in the Uuitr-d Stxt-. It maLk ll. map lively. Ae'-nUi W uitcil In -vfi county. O. NASkhl L ( hir-c . III. IC nnn CAfcrFXTERS now ttne oflr llnw I vJfUUU ril:p iw fllfB l u.inl.of xawvto tli-y wiil.m better than rvrr. TrU-- S SO. (,':ri mars and prlcrp to Ageaia. IddrrMK. rloiUABKO.. KewOxfurd, Fa. epiUAii i i. J. bisrunNii, Lbauua, OMi VW Tkxiuudi of rtlerence from acrwna cur ad. lUUrtU I nL.a f, w moniha, and tw mum of a imaUoa. addreu Valextink ilits. . Jaaeaville, wis. ' CIO MONTH AGENTS WANTED 0 bei N ' elllnr an u lcn in inr w.trUl ; 1 namiilr fi ee. $86 A WKF.K tn rour own town. Terrng am! f ouLHl f j'M. Ad.tr- U JiJlH.l it Ca.FurltiUHl. M THE BEETHOVEN ORC AN. Beirut, 75 iu... Length, 6 tu... Li.pth, 24 ia.. New Stl. Nn 9000. Hindstme So'ld BUrk Walnut Ci uh Orgin Bench anil Music Book. 27 STOPS, 10 FULL SETS GOLDLN TONGUE REEDS. m mm f - n A i wteO fr is,- f t'ruiit View MM LI Wi K F.U I-I.4. - Wr milk" to oni-T Tt 'pilliia for M:onir Ho.lUn. I. . O. , An- U nl Oi.l- r of Ultwrnfan. K ritfc mt of s.. Pairl.k, knight of I'vihtu.. and T.-inp-nuic tk:leti.,a. Alto ,Uia TrimmliiKck Lccv lrtd. Krhiprn I'orda, 'I an-.-ln. unianvnia and H.tdi . - j M I l.l'IM K V. - Knotn and Kpntilci l,ai'"i und Krlnpen Ipiilllow): rmfhon and Flinw: Hwd.'Joa w T-titil. h' MlllmrT. H.nd and VoU f FI- lm-'tt: M Mtai v. Pi-ntl und I'oV.C' llnfn; M(Hiry, H iivl and Vnllrr nt M ml and Hnlllon Ornani-nta: li !' and MnHr H.i.-a; Kwonh; Hal una; t'arirl.k- H-.--i: H)iynn-t K, ahl.arlKT, KnapHH.-ka; M on. Ki umi ; Hnd. Military, Nary and Kueitty (tltapnaum , Kur Ulovi-a; BuUons Ull i Vuvm. btuiltt r, Snira; bwucd Knou.Uauntltta. Address C. W. SIMMONS & SOM, "Oak Hall, 8 tm S4 Nor II St.. Bolton, M Mm. (Plraae alat i rrire yon vIBAl AND MILITARY UNIFORM, Oak Hall, Boston, Maes. tmvp r fon-tnnlly no h ml fluid of Ifnlf-irm which r.l h iiiil, t ii MM ! w.n n, aixl f-tiri-ml a pood a IU'W. Sinjjli- t'tiiKirin fiJilwl-l or o n, I 'inm f "Fi'iH if , Hut nnrl I'umprtn I ln-y m-i iv-w fn.in IO io Wl .IT. r f h m nt 1 fifty and I Hln.- a hii " a n I .-nit mtnplr mill to any Oi g -nl,t loi Oil ft o t)t ,i:..'r.-'r of fi.C ll. 1040 I'nint VMifie Tt trk PanUlnonn alwttva In v . IVi nu i limp a 1 h'itui,d in nMi'liy'l n"' n-". .l .mm- n n w 1'nift.nn! pnMiuttly f n nl-h- ii. fl-nplft of a;uiKM ind nulliarj piaic n ni to ;ny adilri -t- on api !" tln We liavr f .inilKli- d rmn( If uiillV'a to H bnda M ilit ur (li-um.if its l n ilunti I Im r-xnt v-ar 99 MANUKACTUitBK9 OV UNIFORM ' IMa artvrlldf-mrnt tat A NOTED BCT TNTITt-FO WOMAN. Proa the Boston OUfw. The Ikv ) a pood IHtpthh- of Vr. I.Trllft P.. P1b hatn, of Lynn, Uajv., who abov1 (ill ntlier liuman Wlna iay b truttifulty called t.':o ''In-ar I'ri. nd of Woman,' a." Kirnu ef hT corrrpor.tji-nta love to call her. Bh L rcalou-'ly drroted to I.f r work, wliii h In th otiteomt of lit? at tidy, and la ohlitrrd to k-rp fix lady jKi1a.ii La, to hp lirr a.nawertlit larc corrrHpntl' tu e whirh daily poun tn upon hrr, each tx arfng: ita f jKciAl burdf-n of mfferlnc, or ,1"y at rrtrrofrom it. n-r V- trctabl Oympotinii In a, ttifdilns fr ifood and not eTtl purpnnea. I havo peraonallj larcal iffattd it and am aofii-fifd of the trut of this. (n account of it-- j rcrii merits. It la roniramdrd and pniOTlbd by the bft pbyi-it-tajii ia th country. One bats! "It works like a. charm and aa-v.-s muih pain. It will cure entirely tbf wont foim of falling of the a ten in, Leucon huea, Irregular and pamfiil Mcnetniath n, all Orarian Troubles, lnrtttmrnat ion and Ulceration, KloiHlinara, ail Dinplafcni,,tsj andtlienon ffqiicnt apinal weak nesa, and la ape. ially adapted to the Chance of Life.' It pirmnatya every portion of tho my tern, and Rivna new life and vigor. It n raoTa fainting, flutnlrncy, destroys all i-ravinp for Btimulanta, and r- lievca) wt'ttk m sff. of the Ftomai'h. It eurea Floating, llatlai lira, Kt rroui Proatration, General Detiility, SlTpIcis-nrw, Dprevinn and Indigntion, That ff .-Lnd of hraring down, causing pain, weight and bark-i' liP, Is always pei-nuuirntiy cured hy it a upe. It t.;1I at U t imr . and nnd'T all i-iriMintslanrFt-, art In haruinny witli the lnw that (T-ivfrna 'he fcinal' yste:n. It I'ORtfi only Jl. Iter battle or fix for JV.and in sold hy dniKiTit-t!', Any advice required af to i.ic. ial cawa, and thf nauj.'f. of many who have- bet'ii ic, tored to pt-rfcrt health hy the ue uf the Ve gotaLlo Cunpound, can be obtained hy addref-sinjr lira, V.f ith stamp for reply, at Iter home In Lynn, Ida. Fur K.dncy Complaint cf rfthivarx thle compound la uiipurpaiwd aa ahiiiitiuiit tPntiTnonialu show. 'llra. Pinkham.-; Liver FyB enf writer, ara thsbeat in the irorUt for tha cure of Constipation, PiUouanrna arnj Tn''li'y of the liver. Hr Blood Pviriflcrworke won.U'if in it Fprrial line and bldafair to equal Die Comp.iund in its popularity. All murt respect hrr ne an AnKel of Mercy whose sola Ambition la to do (rood to others. Philadelphia, (2) Urn. A. II. TK hi.iijr t t"ti onr oft tit ht(t cfi ruptr I and (ii( rti mbii FtMxlt in :te 1oi Id. andthiiiinarui'n' rh,ltrrn m firfiiT" rm hj it It is '-the ' I V A I.I I'H Dl VI . HI IX IK'S FOOD receivatht! indoor me nt of ph.h cians of all M'hoo'at 'i . wnrld ovr. I n rnrmof 3ft rt-uta, U ceuta 1 Jin'ulf I Tr bi-r"B- the ifrntnre c f VUOLKKJl 4l CO. eicry lubaL FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF CONSTIPATION. No other diaease Is eo prevalent la thJi ooun try as Constipation, and no remeOy ha ever equalled tho oflebTatea Kidney-Wort cure. Whatever tiie cause, however obstinate tae cae, this remedv will overcome it. Fai rrf TKI3 distrc4siiic con rflbbJi pUint ia vcrv ant to be loom plicated withcoristipation. Kidney-Wort latrencthena the weakened parts and quickly curea all kinds of Pi!ca oven when pliysiciaus ana meaicinei nave ueiore laiiea. i'i- t Vlf you have either of thee troublca USE FRAZER AXLE GREASE. B.l In (he World. Ihr grinilnc. t:- ery pitt l-Hire liu our T iidt-iiiMrk mill l k rf K'-itftr'. HOI.IKVKKlVIIKKK. $47 A MON I'll and hoard in vour eoun' y. Mrn or l.s.lirs. t'lexhwnt biiain-a. A lrir aa P. W ZiKOi.aa t o .Box--! f'lilla-l a. Pa. ?C i. tOn ntrrdavat home. Pamplesworfh 1 J IP f tra. AddinsaSl IN.sun ('o., PurtUud, Mft. rjPRICB t" USE, Prup.iBtB Sellj liOnSECQLLAHS . n; rs a it p; lie- only Kit Hiuxl Vin.l l-fath'T t'ollnrH tn th1 miii h-t. Jf (i.nni uni ih in In n i tide of Im ! in in rial ihi I fn t v i n.f lfinliwi Our lift ID'.' Ik Ntiiinps'd oil null lolljir. N.n Ii.tn Hit ft iiuhir, Wc uIm) n, nk.: I ho VI.Aii 4lt,I.A, eiiiirnntei'd not lo U, .ind wilt . nn nil mnv u i l Iioih. h , Kvi ry fniiMT -h.inld n pntr for iHow.nic. and to u In hoi w. nt'i.-r A-k for mir colian and t anil in lr in lv f. n . Knnni' ny o' hr. A I Itl K 4 IH.I.A It 0.k A ui. urn. K. T. n lRVH VASi'Y A I.I If 11 1'TS for a'cr ( ulni i i, '4) t-tn .sr.mri ,, S;.: t Wi t r. :. S'hi, d;ird s. r-'ll hook. ) S. -.., :nt-l Om.mt tf- 1 1 .it i r li . l. J.ipHiH (M'linn ul''io'i. Mnu, -'ar"1ir-. 'ir, Kr'fro ni'd li'i ur ''IM ' ii'lrn, 'ti i Clu f Book of Alpliani'tH, '.ith, ()t No. .'.. ll.rt- und iki hv rrV anpplv hi on or h mail. Jlli UANkV & IU , lltt Na-Miu m.t N. V. Rpf-fiXC LADIIor (IKNTS m:-lre il 21 E d 1 aA 1M,,n' 7 lt!,t a ntim our NK viwnitl W tt'iOK InvabitLM. to linn ki'fiK-r. rnrfu), pr.ui h h and popular. Addr- na . K. UWKeilt, A-iO Fulton Ht. el. 4 hln.(u. 1" WAtll'H fnmm laid-virer. Fntr.pl a t-." Nittiolial Copying t o.. Hull W. M,tdl-ou nt. Cuiriiik ta UHACQi)irrD w im tm QiounrMV or THI9 HOUR" TV V.'ll L SFF BV TV AUIN'NO TMI'mPTMA1 TH CHICASO. ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC &'T i-nat and iho West by the shortest roiu,tfid t-rs-ne phwuhvtb, wiijioitt eliangc of cr, beiwai Chicago and Kitllaas City, Council Blufl, Leaven wortu, Atchisun, MmiHApoli ami St. Paul. 1ft eotjiit-cls ui U:uoi Depots with all tho p inotp; hues ot rvl bpiwccn the Atlantic and the Firiftt Oces.ua. lis cqiiipincnt m unrivalfd and mt(f::i'J. cent, bfiUK com'or.fl ot Most t:oi)iforlabif nd lirautiiul Dry Coaches, Matfninc.mt Ilorton Rf. cliniiie Chair Cain, Pullman' PrclticHt Ftlkr.-s SlecpiuR Cai-a, and thf We-at Ling of Pining Cra in the World. Three Trains brtwocu Chicago aud SIhhoui-1 Hiver Pcmia. Two Trains betweru f'hi oSO and Uiuucapolis and Ht, Paul, via tUe amoua "ALBERT LEA ROUTE." A New and Direct Line, via Sonnand Kmki. kee, h rct-eiit ly been opened twiMi Rii'iinK.nL Norlolk, Newport N:w, CiiatlanooK, Atlanta Au- fust a, NAshville. Louisville, lexinmn(Ciiioinn&t ndianapolis and Lafayette, a:i Om ih, Miunrkb. Clis and St. Paul and interiiidi.i points. All Through PaaoeiiKcra Tiavtl on a'at Ezareaa Trains. ..Tir,'t iZ Bftlat H Principe Tr-:kt Cffloeviat the United Slatoa and Can Ada. Bawnaee checks! ihroiiKh and mtn ot Tare al Way as low as compeutora that oiler keaa ad van -tajccM. t or detailed information, get the Mans and Fold 6ra ot the CREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTS, At your naAe.t Ticket Orflee. or addi-e.. R. R. CABLE, E.8T. JOK, lt f.M.4i.(B I c ,, Sen 1 w. A P. kfL. CHICAGO. PARSOHS' PUaATIVE PSLLS S... K ft imw..... -nn nut t .'lii;n. iri) Cllint-'C IIH' Aloud )n Hi ru- Ur1 fynii ni In ih v ion; Any p roii who wl't lult. 1 ilii . -acli niMhl fi un I iu w.-, kn may U rmtur to miiiikI ihiilih. If aui'h a Ihlnp ! fosvilile Sld rv erjw.fre. or kiil Iij umil fur 8 h i ler si amp. 1. s. Juii K fcO.N A Co. . Boat on. Matt., formed Bmi.b,i Mu Employment for Ladies. Hi' Ji i- t Sii-ij-L.t.-i roii.i-iny o( C,w iiili.lu t SttLilnirlrr-i I .Jl l Hhlrt hu-rn -ly IhiiicIhIi. Oik ai-nf. t-.v lllt if.uly -,!!,( v a,,, ,i,.,k,- !i.,,.it s Wiui at utt i- fur ttrmi -,.U e i tf!t txU'ty. Aliti vs y Hu-riMirr Co., f lnrlM(i, Okla f.iiici 'I Ijicv,- Snixtuilrrv ml Q liaiie mm LAY An Kn::li-h et-rinaiy Sura-eon and L'tmmwt. now tr .iv. line in t h ih ron.it i y. that iii.ist of the Uur.-r ami ( 'altli- Povulerw n..-t h.-re ar? wort liU's tra-h. J(H mavm thut Sh.-i iUn al.'ou.ln ion f'o-.vtl. i-. ,i re a Ij.iiu!-Ij purn nd niiniinn-ly v.ilii!tllt. N"t huur on ea rt t w ,1.' muke Iiimik Uy iik Sluir.itan'a (,'outl(iun '"w.i- Dn-a, one tf aspoonful to on ynt food. Kiililerrr whrr. orK.'ut hv nmil for eiluilt'ttcr Mt.nnuii. I. K JrHINSON M t'().,HoHi.ltt.MH-s..foi'inrrlv lt:int.'ar M. Pahhoni' I'UIUjativk 1'ii.i.h tnako hew rich lilood. $72. A WKFK ?I9 :i tirtv t hnrne railv inH(e:. tkwtlyouilil fm i. Atliln-sM'li tiefcCo, Aute'ii.-.u M A. N. K. N. Co. Clcv'd tti WiWKN WKIMMXI A U V K It t I H C. at(-ra may ytt ma to ( idverfUrmcu a ( tmt'. jaispmffflag If IH BLOOD! Q IT I." t T THE FAIIODS 27 STOP BEETHOVEN OHGAHS. Suitable for the Parlor,Chapel, Lodge, Church or Sabbath School. Biiur uixxiriioN PRICE W"Xrf with Orytin Hench, iiouh attrf Music, O Jf X, X CASE, Hftnd-snme fiolirl Blark 'Walnut, nuuni fuftur. d ro ta nt Ui Uke thn tint or dust. T ht roiif;hly B.a.ui?dari(l kiittdr.-l,fsu thatitwill kIjiihI tho t'st tif any ciimtite, liaiKiMinm riiliLw'.! Varnish finish and pttlisli; carved and ornftincnU'tl with nm l)('K.iio dehi'iist infold, fretmiiKicdfsk. i(M'ket. han dles and lunipKiaitdN. li in built (olast, not for hlunv, ACTION. I 'on tain i hit 'J7 StfMf with a pitut variety ot Stop C'oinhinutions, pnalilin,; tliepei fi.nii r to imitate (by following the himplu iiistnu tn.ns sentia iivneh Horn, uilin, r'uvolo, fciaxaphune. Full Or.-heslfa, Cello, Clmreti Fiik- Oiyan, and nuii.v other beaufiful elTeet. In addition ou have lUa regular ordinary Ji :un at j our c-uminand. 27 STOPS as follows : 1 Crllo. S foot tone. H-F.-hn, a f..ot tone, f -W.-IimIir. lfi-Duli-iwrm, H fo.-l tone. S( l.uaht-lla, 16-Chrio(i. t, K foot wm. -Miiiudbut-Baa, 14 foot 17 un ( YL.-r-te. ft font tone, . I" Vi,(in, 4 r. ui tun... S -Hourdon. 1 foot tnne. u -Vm .fuIhUiiIv. and a C 'KhiiIiI.oik-. foot itme, foot tune l- i.Uli(tuiiil.u,ftioti(n S l u-.-ol... foot tone a IHM.a.s,n, tt I iKt tone. 1 - (.'. iu,h r ll.ti inouniue. - ml hole. 4 toot time. (li eii.-st ' l Kin tc. W- (Jrm.d Lij-itttiviii;,! luot l.i mul Oi p.m knee Btop t'"- -KiKht Knit- S... it nth Hrtrn, S foot tone. I Am. hii.-iIi. V...v Stop, r. -Hum . ..1111. a. hu-l.t hn lt- h-mm-r. l.t-VojLH'imaim, Tremulant. XI l-fl )iii.- lii.inir. With grand ami thrilling uccctmry and ronthinntimn ri'evt. BELLOWS. -Kinttit Treble Kubbpr. t'priht iistt in, tlnett bellows coniliined, with four Sleel lHtriiiK's, with AutouiaUe Valve htop, an inj:enioua arTanetneut fur preventing an over supply of air. RE 6 DS -10 fullSetKlte-drt, Art ol UuMVIebra ted tiulden Tongue (iwitenU'd. tiie. ttuiue of v. hu h a rei secured to the bluek by dovetailniK insteail of ordinary rivet widt h soon breuku or runlet,. Tb (jolden Toncue uever bn-uks or heam out. boKU Ms tone perfe.-tly. ho lunuitf id ever ivuuuod atu-r leaving factory. TON E.-""p-rb. ThrilliUfjly Rwtft an.l luro. I c)ialb i1,--ti coinj.itnsou any insti uinent fvi r nituiulat'tured ul four tirueti tha pn e. An trpan like tlm above containing thntutfita variety of uiumc would ci'sL through li iri pru ed oi;aii inanutac-tur- rrs nt loast Hr0. This combination of Heed lit -ar2 nnd .SUtp Work, bear in mind, in tho bl.Kl lit V fc .M in patonled. Uo other oran liiaker dare bmid it, PRICE. Tha pia of this bejjan, vhi. ti iit eludes u iiitiK.e book, oivan U m h, i boi iuuk..:, Ac. Wi-url fwu kttl and il liveit .inn I,, ..in I thtr t im nt W.-isbinutoii, New Jerwy, in ONLY !0.f. TERM.Tho lertnH uro Ket C;ish. K.ituu faneeH limy be mado by Hank Dmtt, mt tuii a Money filler, HtviMtreil OtUT.or pi es pre ,d. WAHRANTfc O.- 'I be HKKT1 h V I-.N is V a ( -ranted loi bix yeaitt. blnppej ou ono yeur'i tnaL FACTOR Y.-orner Railroad Ave. and Realty SL, Wahiiitoii, New Jersey, l-aiest in tiie wtu ;-i KunniiiK ttuyundniyht to fill all vrde promptly (Lo lihom it Uay!: oucn ui f the B- ethovon Otau, after one ear's ron stant ue. dtea not yiva you periei t aaliaiktrtioa iu every particular, and i in ai y way not a repr entttl in ibib,advertieint'iit, 1 hi it by bu d n n to take it hark nd iviuinl jon y iir men- y ) ai.) ira cum nt furla, with lei id infeittel W.w J rev. (hix per e. nt.) I furiber areti to pay lieu-ha chait so i tlio inatriiiiieiiL bol ll way, t h. nifMo y tj bore un. i. d innii!iiiie'y up, it rvi i t tf tlm triiinei t a', Wjiflilirun. New J.-rsi y. 1 f u ,i r,. r --ree. n ivniiei-ti'.i y( tfichauna it f r any oiuej lm TTown in inv aLiloL-u. Very truly ouit. HOW TO ORDER-''l nnd num. y ki liu. Uiuvci. i i;..n. 1 liavc i i.tl your Mtt.mneut lLint l.'urd t i !L tn iiiia adv ni- cmi-iif, and I or. ler t ne en couditiou ih.t it ni uit l provo exactly km rein eui it iu dvitj Hi u uUr tn i jl.all re m ru 1 1 ,.t ta; 1 1-. uC one rer huh - a l,1 demand t lie return ot my im -ne, with iutri at Horn (im vt ry luoinout 1 iur a ard it. at it peneitt., acoritiug to yur cfl r. Hp very fm r ticnUir tt tn re your Aume, J'oaf O'lf, Toui.i. Sftitr, b'vfi'ht Muf ion, mut on uhn t fmlivmi. t?- He sure to rvmtt by hmk butft, fjst V;"ce Mviiry th Wee. iVitfrri letter vr tU pi ei p riit(i ii'tt IAL ' i l-.N JD.1Y Ol Ft U iU ' UK liluAIft.US OF THIS NEWSPAPER. I deal re the BtMthoven,Orjraa Introtiuoed araong the readVru of this new-:papr within tub nfxt tkn pavs. so that all can tee and appiveuttei Its wonderful merits and Ktop ctunbinatH'ti etTeeU. Now. if voti will KKM1T JflKbeeoty-lve(j;5 OO (dollars, 1 will ship ou this OrVan icmiiediately, mod rtend you a rtv eipteii bill m full for mnely dollars t ji.vrtl, w hu h itt tiie rt-ffiilur arnt axAy pn, fct whirh Liu- nran ifc sold. The pru-e will wwm be adtutxi to ti'ZK 40. on areouniof Uio mrrcae in the jjmoof labor and liiaU r -aia UHd mi tin i-oiistrik-tiii. detttiw linn inT.t-tiiiit-iit iiitrnAiwrA wlthnnf H-luv nt moka t,U Bpe'i.d ofTer Rovtj may order one mr I htok to fiitura Kale for my pro lit, a ilws flee!honn uiuktM in I hnujii.. at frtentls. 1 rtiil tl.iu i.n.... tier of Introduciii'; a betW than spending: bondrf's Address or cd! upon DAM I EL F. B of doHwraiii newrtnper HATTY, Vaohington, Hev Jersey. price limn an ordinary adveriinnt. 'I he tirati sponks tor itself. UlLcU W bales liav t4.tn UmcaI fixim the histoid iu a newr iiunhboihood. 'This offi r is positively pood for onlv ten duya from datv of tin newspaper. Pl.KAI-l UK A It 'I MIS IN MINI. '1 his newh uper mini i- retti i u'd to (iisu re t h ih k peeutl piieO, If mulled from your popfoituM within ten das lm dMte, it will bo received, not otherwiHe, or yu niny ace pt tv tob l'i uph on the mt day, mul remit bv tnuil on ttott (biy. I ehxIJ I'UM l ,,Y rt -time Mil otiieid liiel. r AWO, ui-l . Comtmiiu d w th (ti n newbpapoi, und puyiueiit must bo uiaikd. wnina tcu daa epcciUcd. N. II. As tbiftftptwiHl offer is lirnitoil micl will not be n-peuted. If yoo have not all Uui money in band, ft will pay you to borrow a part from your frit-uits, aud thuti m:uij dm bt Htot-an that can te offered, at a itm oruran by ottier mauris in Uhtiatiy win ni.