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FARM AND FIRESIDE.
..-A wilil iliiiik, if properly rooki'd, nlouM b pent to tlio liihld wilh its IVsh inil nstlm jelly Willi which it isscrveil.' China jo A'vw.i. -Moid tile clrninin will bo accom plished in tlio West next, season Hi in nt Bny time. Iipforn in two years. All tlio tilo mills arn far behind in supplying their orders. Wiir.imnin Mute. Journal. --Pickled cabliai;o for itnmediato n: Shave the cabbage very thin; put it in B jar and pour boiling vinegar, spiced and sweetened to tantn over it. It can be eaten in a very few days. When pigs are confined to a corn diet, they me apt to sillier from a dis ordered stomach, which is relieved by charcoal. An occasional handful of wood anhes and sulphur will also be found bcnetieiai. Chicago Irihune. The agn of sheep bp to four years out is readily ascertainea from the mouth. They puttwo large, teeth in the center of the lower jaw, casting two sucking teeth at about twelve months old. They put up two more larjje teeth each of the next three years, making at four years old n full mouth of eight large toot.lt. These noon become gappy and worn, especially when slice) are foil on whri'n roots. American Farmer. For nice, light wafers beat the whites and yelks of six eggs separately and well, rub together two ounces of soft butter, and one and ! half cups of pulverized sugar, and then add tho yelks of the. eggs, one cup of sweet, milk, one pint of sifted Hour, and the whiles of the eggs; stir all together, and flavor to suit the taste. Ilnkc in gem pans or wallle irons, making them thin; let them bake quickly without browning or they will become M-trhard. Steamed Chicken: Rub the chicken on the inside with pepper and half a lea spoonful of salt; place in a steam er in a kettle that will keep it a- near the water as possible, cover and steam an hour and a half; when clone, keep hot while dressing is prepared, then cut up, arrttnge on the platter and serve with the dressing over them. The dress ing is made as follows: Itoil one pint of gravy from the ketlle without the fat, add cayenne pepper anil half atuaspoon ful of salt: stir six tablcspoonfuls of flour into a quarter of a pint of cream until smooth, and add to the gravy. Corn starch may be used instead of the flour. and some cooks add nutmeg or celery salt. Iloiton Transcript. The result of some of tho most care fully conducted tests in regard to rye, as food lias stimulated its use more than ever and the high prices of corn is di recting attention to the value of rye, which is now cheaper than corn. It is more valuable for feinl than corn, and as it cosls less than oats, and is worth about twico as much as the latter on ac count of the less husk, it may bo used vcrv profitably as a substitute in part for bold corn and oats. Two bushels of corn and five bushels of rye ground together will make 412 pounds of feed, and will be much better for cows than live bush els of corn and four of oats, ind will cost less nmney. liesides four pounds of the former will be quite equal in value to five pounds of the latter feed. Chica go Time. Food for Fattening Poultry. We receive so many inquiries about this time every year as to the best meth ods and food to give poultry that is se lected to fatten, we wish to give some general advice on the subject to those who may be ignorant on this particular business, which will engago the atten tion of a large share of our patrons dur ing this and the next month. Novem ber and December cover the winter early holidays, when the turkeys and chickens, the geese and ducks are in active demand for the palates of myriads who at that season of the year especially find it "a part of their common educa tion" to luxuriate moro or less on good fat poultry. No green food is now desir able. All you are aiming for is to put additional flesh upon these fowls, and to do this in the shortest possible time. So long as they cat well they will continue to increase in weight, up to a certain period, treated in this manner, and two to three weeks will bring them to their best. If they become cloyed, and lose their appetite at an earlier date, after thus being oooped up, kill them oft' once. They have reached the most profitable day of their existence, and will no longer improve in the desired direction. In this simple way we have fattened many previously well kept fowls in three weeks' time satisfactorily, and. we have known many hundreds thus fattened that have dressed hand somely in some days less timo: the mode .thus brielly recommended being eco nomical, as well as expeditious, cleanly ind wry convenient. A greater amount of flesh can be produced? in proportion to the grain fed, when confinement resorted to, and, if the prisoners are well attended, and the term of incarceration does not last too long, there is not much danger of disease. We have 'not men tioned two prerequisites toward fatten ing fowls successfully and speedily, but we take it for granted that your birds, when cooped up for thia purpose, shall be free from vermin, ami during their confinement that they must be kept No greater drawback to tho growth and improvement of domestic fowls exists than the presence ot this pest upon their bodies, or in the pens to which they limited. We. therefore, suggest, that fatten fowls profitably they must be kept from this annoyance during tho process. Moat tUimwt oa kuepiug tho subjects in a condition free from worrying and distracting circumstances. Stick a hero, you who are new to tho business. American Poultry Yard. The Nightingale's Last Song. During the last eight years Mrs. Den nett, of Caanan, in this State, has owned a beautiful Virginia nightingale. She named it Hob; nnd when in an adjoining room she said "Bob, do you want a 11 y ? the bird would riilllo its feathers and respond with a whistle, or somo little note, manifesting his delight, which mistress understood. Last August Hob had a fit. Ho rolled over on his back stuck up his legs. His mistress was alarmed. Slut soaked his feet in warm water, gave him pepper corns and littlo aconite pills. Ho revived a littlo, sitting upon his perch solemnly and stupidly. His plumage was not so smooth as for merly. His sweet notes no longer charmed the household. Not a note es caped his throat for three months. Old ago had mastered Hob, and pepper-eorna could not rouse him to tho singing pitch. But one day in November, after three months of sickness and silence, Rob sud denly broke out in full tune, and he sang his old notes over again. Mrs. Bennett says in his best estate the bird never sang more sweetly nor cheerily. Full, musical and livelv was every note; and she was delighted at what appeared be a complete recovery of her pet bira. But the moment he had finished the of his round of notes beautifully and sweetly, Bob turned over upon his back and died. Hartford Timet, Sabots. is to Iet us look at some specimens which M. (i e, an importer of sabots into the semi-Knglish senii-Kreiich town from which 1 write, has permitted myself and a friend to inspect. Here are some tiny ones cut out of fine pine or willow woml, all figured and ornamented with carv ings of leaves, and sprigs anil flowers, and all bedizened with bows of gay rib bons. Young mitterfamilias will cramp baby's chubby toes in these for no other ostensible reason than that as she, mam ma, wears sabots, baby must follow suit ; nay, more, baby's doll, too, for see this pair of boxwood slipper one and a-half inches in length, most perfectly and ele gantly completed, and meant for the waxen feet of the pmp-e. Alongside of these inlinitesimal creations of the sa bot iers are living others really not so very much unlike lilliputian half-decked boats, so large, thick, rudely-hollowed out and roughly-shaped aro they. The material is beech wood of tho toughest grain, the manufacture is of the com monest shape; tho whole concern seems "deformed, unfinished, sent before its time into tho (sabot) world, for the use and behoof of Antoine, the cowherd, or of Pierre, the plowman, who, having wrapped his feet in pieces of old blanket or wisps of straw, will thrust them into these most ungainly coverings and hob ble along. Many of these peasants' salxitsare dried in an oven so as to evap orate; every particle of moisture linger ing within tlie cells of the ligneous liber, and this process has imparted to them a palish brown tint; but those which have uot been so treated retain the yellowish color of the wood from which thev have been cut out. The arched front-piece under which the toes slip; the sides and the part which represent the solo and heel, have all been formed out of a solid, oblong, four-sided block of timber, ami give the idea 1bat no other cutting in siruments than a hatchet anil gouge, and those none of the keenest, have been employed by the sabotier to mold them. When we remark to M. (i e that tho thing is unshapely, unfinished, nnd might with advantage be fined down a bit, he replies: "Perhaps so, monsieur, but what can von expect in a shoe which sells in France forone franc, and which I can dispose of bcrefor fifteen pence?" and we are forced to admit, not much. "Will these sabots wear well?" say we. "Why not? half a lifetime, jocosely answers M. (1 e, "and when done wilh one can turn them to account in keeping the pot-au-feu simmering." Next to these low-priced and inferior sabots come those worked out of neater blocks of inferior wood, on which more pains have been bestowed in shaping and where there has evidently been a touch, or two of the chisel, the scoop and the knife. The soles of these are thinner and flatter, the heels are plainly demon strated by a ridge; sand-paper has re moved many uncomfortable asperities; in some few there has even been a rude attempt at ornamentation while others have been daubed over with a dull coat ing of black paint, both for preservation and show. These would-be inlprove ments have, however, raised the value of the article to two francs more. "Who put on things of this kind?" we inquire. "Voting farmers, little tradesmen, mar ket women and such like folks," replied Mr. G e. "Hut I have seen a juge de la paix. otherwise faultlessly dressed, eomn clattering into court with sabots just like these upon his judicial feet, ami Mile. Mario, the village coquette, would rat her go pit-a-natling down tho voad with those on than with a pair of M. Lecocb's bestbalmorals." 'Next in the category of sabots eomo thbse made for '.'guns de condition," nijilo and female, and which, though still bearing the generic name, hardly deserve it, for it is only their soles and heels which are cut out of wood, the rest of, the shoes being out of leather. Some aro plain, some embossed and otherwise embellished, the kid or calf skin "littinars" being lacquered and fastened with plated buckles or buttons and all are turned out in a stvle which Swaks moro of tho boutique, of the cor donnier than tho hovel of the eabotier. "I can't sell these," savs tho exhibitor. taking up a pair of the best, "under five orsix shillings." Throwing aside several kinds of wooden shoes, some excellent, some poor, some very spruce, and some uncommonly clumsy, M. G e dives into a trunk and triumphantly takes out a pair which ho admiringly holds up and says: "Look here, gentlemen, here is tho perfection of the sabot; here is a present worthy give madame the wife, or airing .hnglish icetle Mis ze daughter trice vim half guinee. W e look as requested and see a pair of lady's "claques" size of the smallest, lite sole is of a closi grained wood, and it has been nibbed down wilh glass-paper or emery until has become as smooth and as polished ivory; so also is the heel, which, in . shape and setting is the exact counterfeit pre sentment of the boot-heel of the voung lady of the period that is to sav, high. narrow, scooped away and thrown much forward at a right angle from center of gravity. The whole of the front isof patent leather creased into wrinkles, as were our once-popular Hessians. Some gilt hooks and imitation lacings of bright red cord pass across the instep; the sides are also bound with scarlet ribbon, and velvet of the same color lines them. "Are they not beautiful?" repeats G e. "(Juite too, too utterly utter. say wo, "but surely intended for stage and not for the streets." "Par don, sare! zey are not for zo theater, are for ze promenade, and vill take. The Queen. Belinda Jane's Grinders. his to- A well-known gentleman of New York went to the theater, and was much electri fied at an inteicstiujr moment in tho en bu'tainment by feeling something sud denly fall apparently from the ccilino-of the theater into his hip Hastily glancing downward, what was his horror to see a complete set false teeth sliarplv iletineu on bis fault less black evening trousers! In his tonisbment he clapped his hand to mouth to assure himself that his own paralus of mastication was in its proper place and in good condition. Reassured on this point, he turned to his neighbor, who was eyeing him with mingled sus picion nnd disgust, nnd politely uueried "May I ask if these teeth are your prop erly, sirr "Certainly not," said the other. "Then I should like to know where the dickens they come from." "You had better ask the manager. Possibly it is part of the plav." "The curiam soon afterward fulling, the recipient of this unusual favor.wrap ping the teeth in a play-bill, went out the box-ollice and invited tho treasurer to take clutro-e of them. "Well," said the treasurer, "I have seen almost everything in the world in a theater in ray time, but this is flint set of teeth that was ever brought to the olhee. Where do you suppose they came from t "That is precisely what 1 should to know, x was seated in the middle the house and they must have fallen from the ceiling. Is there a dentist up there?" While the treasurer and the gentle man wero conferring together the anx ious face of an American lady of African descent was thrust over the shoulder of one of t hem. "Well, honey." she exclaimed "if you havn't got my "teeth! I done just come for them." Tho box-ollicer tinned and looked sternly at the woman. "Open jour mouth," he said. She hmlly obeyed and disclosed a complete and magnificent set of glitter ing grinders. "What the deueo do you mean by claiming theso teeth?" said the box keeper. "How many set do you wear?" Thus driven into a corner the Ameri can lady of African descent, after a little hesitation admitted that the teeth did not belong to her, but to her friend, Helinda Jane, who was waiting in the lobby. Itelinda Jane, being summoned, appeared with an abject countenance, nnd her mouth was found upon investi gation to present a very deplorable hiatus. The box-keeper lilted the teeth in and found that they undoubtedly belonged to lselinda Jane, who was then called upon to explain what she meant by throwing tho teeth into the lap of a perfect stranger and how she had succeeded in doing it. It turned out that Helinda Jane and her friend, actuated by the mingled motives of economy nnd interest in the drama, had clambered up into the cock-loft of the theater, and there extending themselves at full length on the floor, bad been tranquilly enjoying the play through a great ventilation hole in tho ceiling, when a particularly comically Incident on the stage threw lt'liiida Jane into a convulsion of laughter, in the course of which, the delinquent teeth llew out of her mouth and fell through tho hole into the parquctte. The moral of this story will have to lie settled between the denlists nnd tho architects. A'. Y. World. "Cockroach Tea." to A Philadelphia medical journal has received a communication from a Louisi ana physician asking if there is any virtue in tea made from fat female cock roaches, brandy and sugar. The fol lowing formula of the preparation vised by old women nurses in tho South was also furnished: "One dozen fat female cockroaches, put into a pint of boiling water (after being bruised) : let stand a couple of hours, then strain well; add two tablcspoonfuls of brandy and two tf crushed sugar; stir till thoroughly dissolved. Two table spoonfuls every hour." Tho Professor of Marteria Medica in Jefferson College said recently to a It-roril reporter that ho presumed that ockroaches cre not entirely unknown in (he medical practice in this city, and cockroach tea may be used Willi good licet in certain cases, n'thotigh, owing to public prejudice against the insect, it would not be a popular medicine. The use of tho cockroach as a diuretic in certmu diseases is almost universal in Russia, and is very general now in European medical practice as a cure for Bright' s disease. To what extent it mav be used in Philadelphia is not known. Physicians would not care to have it known that they prescribe so tested an insect in their practice, and few druggists will acknowledge that they keep it in stock. It's medica! prop erties are in many ret pects tho same as those of rautharides. and when pre scribed are in the shape of a pill, made with the powder of the dried insect, or the "cockroach tea ot the Southern grannies." A Jlcrard renorter, Who visited several of the leading drug stores in the. city recently and asked whether powdered cockroaches were kept in their stock, was told that they did not sell it, but that a prescription containing the active (blattiden) can be easily prepared by drying half a dozen of the animals and powdering them, so as to make a pill, or a solution can and occasionally is, prepared by soaking fat female cock roaches in whisky. Tho Professor of Muteria Medica in Jellerson College says that tho cockroach is no moro offensive than the cantharides, which are of the same class of animals, and their smell is if anything, less disgusting than the much-used Spanish fly. Several physicians who wero interviewed on the subject said that, in their opinion, it is only a matter of time when cockroaches, or the active principle, will be in p.s common use in this country as they are in Russia or Central Europe. I'hiiadcliihia Kcoril. Sebastian Cabot. it as too M. the zey of as his ap to loft the like of Sebastian Cabot was certainly in one sense tho discoverer of America; it was ho who first made sure that it was wholly new and unknown continent. In his earlv voyages he had no doubt that ho had visited India, but after his voyage of 14'.I8 ho expressed openly his disappointment that a "New Found Land" of most inhospitable aspeot lay as a barrier between Kurope and the desired Asia. As tho licrman writer, Dr. Asher, has well said, "Cabot's dis pleasure involves the scientific discovery of a new world " In his charts North America stands as a separate and con tinuous continent, though doubtless long after his time the separate islands wero delineated as of cud, by others, and all wero still supposed to be outlying parts of Asia. In this, as in other respects, Cabot was better appreciated fifty years later than in his own day. His truthful accounts for the time discouraged further enterprise in that direction. "They that seek riches," said IVter Martyr, 'must not go to the frozen North." And ufter one or two ineffectual under takings ho found no encouragement repeat his voyages to the North Ameri can coast, but was sought for both Spain nnd Kngland to conduct other en terprises. He was employed in organiz ing expeditions to the lira.ils, or to tho North l'ole by way of llussia, but the con tinent he. had discovered was left unex plored. He was esteemed as a skillful mariner and one who held high official station; he died dreaming of a new and infallible mode of discovering tho lon gitude which he thought had been re vealed to him from heaven, aud which he must not disclose. The date of his deat h, like that of his birth, is unknown, and his burial-place is forgotten. liut fifty years later, when Knglishmen turned again for a different object toward the American continent, they remem bered his early achievements, and based on them a claim of ownership by right of discovery. Kven then they were little appreciated that Lord li'acon, writ ing his Keign of Henry VII., gives three or four sentences to the explora tions which perhaps exceed in real im portance all else that happened that reign. T. II'. Jliijgiiison, in Har per's Magazine. Cosmogony," says an . English scientist, "stands to geology in the same relation as embryology stands to zoology." The Knglish scientist will discover, however, that his wife will w ant a new bonnet next s'p ring Just the tame. '-" The Baby's Robe. They pulled if. out of (ho blnzinn; mail Ng, for it was 'one of the pivluiges in (hat unlucky bln.e in the postoflico the other day, and stamped on it and drencliel it with wiiter, nnd then they threw tho eb; rrod fragments aside with tho other rubbish.; aad, unless they read it in tho newspapers, tho senders of tho unlucky presents will never know they were burned up. And there, among tho other tbins, batiks a baby's robe, with its white Silk ewbroiderery, daisies nnd ferns and roses nnd long tendi ils of fine embroidery, all worked by somo loving, patient hand, and woven in with tender wishen lor the baby's hnppiness, and no doubt t s the work grow there wre visions of the bsby cooing and wondering nd trying to pick with its rosy linger tips tha flowers on its pretty robe. And the happy young mother who expected it will bo so disap pointed und tho proud-looking young ntau who goes so often to a distant Jtont Ollice to BHk for the package will get tired of inquiring for it. . Meanwhile it hangs in blackened fragments over a broken backed chair in the postofllce cellar, nnd the rats nibble at it and it is loncnoms and chilly nnd dismal. Only when somo tender-b' iirtcd carrier, or that grave of ficial who has a bnbv of bis own at home, pnss by they look at it lovingly and say, "R isy-toes didn't get the pretty dress." And perhaps somo one who reads this will suddenly exclaim : "There I that's the very dress I speit two months cm bro der'ing, nnd now U'a burned up! Too bud ! Spontaneous. eoiulwiHtion is a hor rid 'thing I" ,Wcll, c,y . lond hns its silver lining. Bet for that something happe.ied to tho drew than to tho baby. If you had as oh! how many have the pretty dress and no dear baby to till it, you would feel a thousand times worse, a:id If you could just seo the things that Weill in company warm slippers for gran lma, a watch caso for grandpa, a Noal 's ark for Johnny, and all the ani mals hud their heads burned off! lint, after nil, it was sweet and Bid about tho bai.v'it dress, and thero was a Christinas card pinned to it which was hardly burned nt all, though badly spoiled, and this is what it said under a clustoi of moss rosebuds and white daisies: "A hnppy Christmas for you. dear, tie fulluwed by a briKht New Year.' I Di'roit J'ost and Tribui.. A Lively Corpse. a An excursion agency, according to ha arrangement made with the British tiiili tiirv authorities, are in tho habit of tak ing fi-k and convalescent ollicors and Bold iers up the Nile and back in their Bteauiers. Among .the, passengers of one of these stani- ia was dipt. linker, of the royal nrti'lery, and also n sergeant named, Boekmnn. The (latter, just be fore the return of the steamer to Cairo, died on board. The docior telegraphed at once to tho proper authorities, in Cairo, annouueins; lloekmau's death, and saying that the funeral would take place "at Kaht-en-NU bridge, nt nine o'clock on the morning of the 2.1th. By an error of the Arabic telegraph clerk the name Beekman got transformed into Baker, which is, by the way, a very common namn in Arabic, and signitics "discreet." The result was that dipt. Baker's denth was olli 'ially announced in general orders, and just as the steamer mved nt Cairo two srtillerymcn ap peared with an elegantly-niado coiliu, bearing silver platea with engiaved in scriptions of the dates of the birth and . ., . . O . 1 '11. ....I.-) 1. ...... uentn OI tjapi. JDHnei. mofuinuimtm marched ut to the doctor, and, nluting him, fnid that "they bad come to tnke awnyCnpt. Hakor."' ThMcftor rwylied that Capt. Baker was (Aug to Hhep hoard's hotel. The gunners seemed perplexed, and suddonly Capt. Baker himself come up on deck, the picture of health and nmoking a cigar. The Run ners, firmly believing they stood face to face with a ghost, dropped their ghastly burden and ran The worst of it was that Cupt. BaV.ir's wife and family in England had bei n officially informed of his death, nr.d tho 2")th of November, the day fixed for his funeral, was Capt, Baker's birthday. Cairo Cor. N. Y. Herald. Of course vJien a Cleveland firm saw their book-keeper driving a fast horse nnd hanusomf: bu.'gy, nnd pretty soon after that nu'iin a double team, they paid an expert $ 50 to overhaul his books at riigbt. He was not a cent out of tho way, and tho mystery remained unsolv ed unti" ono day nuotlier imsinehs man remarked: "Your book-keeper struck it rich, didn't Im?" "How's thnt?'' exclaimed both partners. "Why, he's going to murry Jlias Dnshaway in the spring. She's building a new houso and ho drives about with her horses as if ho owned them." Then they wished they had (hat J2.)0 back in their pockets again. N. Y. Hun. Sometimes tho papers make fearful typographical blunders, but occasionally these blunders tell more truth than is wholesome. A nameless journal pub lished this "Erratum: In our last num ber, in speaking of General P., the types made us call him a ' botUo-scarrod ' vet eran. Tho printer should have made it 'battle-scared' veteran." It might ba difficult to decide which of the two ona would prefer to bo. THE MARKETS. CINCINNATI, January 5, 1883. to LIVE 8'rOtK-lttlc-Ooniiuon...l'J on fuMOU, Clioica buu.iei-s 4 '25 (i$ 5 0(1 11U..S f.jiiMiloli 5 -a (. 5 s tionj paikcrs , C IU (u! 0 SI) RRKKI 6 IK H.OUH-i-aiuily .aT ia.!-!. M 5 45 l aney 4 V ( S 5 OltAI X- Wheat .Mediterranean... V) (4 No. 2 winter red 7 (. Curu-No.a mixed 6' M 50", tlata--No. t ui&ed, new 4S (n ltye No. t B' ii H AY-lniiolliy No. 1 12 ntt:l 00 H KM 1' llo utile tlreesi-d 6 (.n u I'liOVISlOS.S-fork-Me.i, 17 0' U17 25 Lard Sieain .-. I'J'4 HI Tlhlt-We.loin lUierve 25 SS I'riuie Ciearuerv ti) ti 33 FKl'lT AMI Vl.tiLTAltl.W- l'olatoespi-r barrel, from store.. 2 .raa (ii 8 00 Apple, prime a'r tmnel 3 UO (i S 25 NEW YORK. Fl.Orit -mate and Weslero fa 50 m 4 3n tiuod lo elioii e 4 to (.1 7 U'l (ill WN-Wi.rat No. 2 r.d 1 ll'4'i I 13 No. 1 while 1 09 c torn No. 2 intxiU i'7 ua G'fti OiiU-lllixeU 45 na 47 PUUK-AUbs IS 25 (alS 50 CHICAGO. H.(H'R-Stale anil W.Mi i S3 50 H iUAl.N Wheat No 2 nsl WiVi'. t oru -No. 2 51 i, r,iy, O.naKo.2 3S" Kve , 57 14 POHK-Mea. 16 9 i.il7O0 Uhlt Meaui 10 2JCi.tIO 24 WHioKY I 10 IS BALTIMORE. but FI.OCR-Ktimlly U 75 ft UKA1N W hem Nu. 2 winter red.. I 1 0' Corn laixt-d S'' Out mixed 4ft v IMtOVISlliNS-Pork-Mc; - ...13 W f Ia:d letiufd v H'ii LOUISVILLE. COrrON Middlim; FLOU IV-A No. 1 - f'g . 60 tiUAIN-Whcat-No.2 rvd f- to W ( i rn iu i x t- d 45 l" 0:HA Illikud 41 ( 41 POKK-Mcm " 7 (3 INDIANAPOLIS. WMKAT-New CtlltN 4';V' OA rS-WUitH, new - W LIVK ("Tot K-Cattle- huv. hr.' iHHi 75 ft 4 60 .'.. UiW,mgclUe- i A few years ago a Lewiston man (M'tt a present of six barrels of nice Maine npples to an nge.l nnd wealthy uncle in Kngland. Recently tho Lewis Ionian received a legacy of 5,000 fmra the undo. Ann lent Trilmnr, A few weeks ngo a Chicago man sent six nice apples to a wealthy nnelo. The other dny he received a bill for two bottles of l'nin Killer. It is bnrd to bend off Chi cago. Vhirnijn lit rnlil, It is said that tho Stato cnpitol nt Aunt in, Texas, will be lurger than any building in this country, the National nnd New York State cnpitol alone ex cepted. A New Orleans man got so mnd be ennse he couldn't thread a needle that he kicked a chair and broke his leg. Consumption In Its r ir'T st u:e Is re ilily ourutl ly Ihn u nt 1r. Tie re's " (io ilea Me-llcd Il.si'.oTcrv," thii'i.di, if ttii; Iutvs ure w.isic l, no medicine will rfTrrt ft cure. No known riMnoily p'i.sf-sp surli s hi! lilnp anil licailiiij Inline ii o ovor nil scrofulous tutipr culens ami pulmonary nfTt'ctions hs t tie "Dis ci. very." ilohn Willi. "of l-.lvrin, Ohio, writes: "Tin 'Oohii n Mt'Jicil I!,ii-oevy' does posi tively cur.' consuiot:oii, s, n ft er ti yhc; ev ery littler nieillclno III vain. Mils sui'et'eile.l." Mr. ,. T. l'h-lps, of ( uihtie t, Oa., wntess "Tin- U"l ten Mf-ilicnl ln-covery1 Ins nireif my wife of l):onel.itts anil incipient cousuuii ttoiu" folil liy itrnjfists. Whp.n your s-n eomes home with fits feet "wringing wet." and s:iys he hasn't tn-en on the ten, It is fair to pronounce his story, liko the Iff, "too thin." I)n. Pir.ai K's " Fiwnrite Prescript inn" is a most powerful ic-tonitivt' tonic, alio comtiiu- lnir the most v.dicible nervine prupertu s espe cImI y lutni leiltotlie wiiuti of it'l'lili .'itud hu lies siltf .-rln from wv:ik back, Inward feV'-r, eon KeKtlon. hitlaiemittion, or a'rer.ition, nr from lierwiusnesor n'.-ur.iUlc iim. by di unists. Tom Tiicmh Is s Knight. Teui tb'i hhorlt'st Kci'it in the wo; veil than the iiiRht of the ITist of ilar. He Is Id shorter .! une. llTMT.rsi , liver eompln'nt, nnd kindred ..f. feet on. For ti eat ise v ivin i sih-ei'sful seff trea'ment uddres:, Woui.ii's D'M'ENSAltl Mkiccai. Aaocio ios, UulT.lo, N. Y. An ii baii'i of trains a; diane sj erks of a eet tien railro.id r.a tie- feminine ireu icr bc ause all tier : li.-hind. 1 N 80I11I- I nun h i,I n:i of h.te, o ir - e:i a yi.lms ma'i is not tiiouirht he owns n tniildhiK lot. Out niiud. -V. O. l'n.uitntf. Cottons." f.Vnirn-.i llron. h nl I rwlirt'' tvfll allay the Irritation which induces coilhin;, Riving iniine I ate relief. tiJ l only in buxet. ' MAXT of : ciliars laheled " Key West" bem- a Key -Wept. imnihlc it senil..,ii. clo dried cabbage ('Iiiaiijo 't ribune. lim lt ar-.hio B-an Henry's Carbolic Salve. Sw.vi: n tho world for Cuts, Bruises, fv.rrs. Lli e . Salt lihcilin, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Cud lains. Coins, noil ull kinds of tkm Kmptioiis, etc. (,et IIe.miv's (Jauhoi.ic Sai.vk, and 1 fce no other. KtxrroMAMA Is a vei reaehine; diseae. Its rai rusted by a i,ol,euiuati. ; stulihorn and far--res can only be nr. Halo's IIoiity of HorrbtHind and Tar Is a cure for lung anl throat diseases. Pike'l tootbache tlrups cure in one minute. A npw boaU Ull l "Mittrt Sivitice of (irtt M'ii.n Wlien ire wo to h.ive "(.reat Kay i : KB uf Short .MtiiiM .V. Y. Xeivt. St. Anthony's Fire. This 1 only nuotliar n:itno for Vrjt o-.nt one o ttif must terrible of human iiilmt'iiti. Ml-lilrr's Herb litltfra ni'Vur fails to c trt- it. The wife; ut Mr. ( Iiiih. W'entzel, of Z;in!villet Ohio, was currd by this remeily o' a v.xise of ervf-ipelfis of three yenrn stsiiHltnir. Mt-ihler's Herb Iiitttii'8, th n.ost wonilerful ire lira' dis covery of th l'.tth century, cures Ivs' ensia, Aiiie, S ek lliiiul.ichc, Kiilin'V a-.ul l.ivtT iron b.v, and ;ilso pmilltTS the blool, thus com-ct-liui u host of JUonlera. All respectable drug gists yell it. To out up a dinner of great Viir.etj, cooks hould le allowed a wide rmie. One pnirof boot-or hoef Raved every year by using Lyon's Patent Metallic Heel StillenerB. Tue weiffbt of wenlth 1.PT0 rounds to the ton. Boston t'mnnur'il linlietin. Rkdihno's Russia .Salve ha conuine mrtt, as all who use it will testify, l'rice 5c. Try It. When a man nvs "roM os blnten" ho means hot as Ice. Take him as lie meuus. I afTilc.tnl with Sure F.tps, u--e Dr. Isnae Thumiisou'a Eje Water. Dniisusellit. &c Pomb Jicojilc olijiift tn the irat-tleeof feo Insr walfrs, but dues not tl.e diiiilinn moin Up th: hills with olU. ..Wun t'uuhtr. Skinny Men. "Wells' Health Renewer" re stores lieul tli otirt'Hlyspepin, impotence. $1. "Vem.s' Rut on t. ( 'okns." l"c. Ask for it. Complete eure. 'ortis, warLs, bnai-ms. Thb old ftiw "fine words Miliar no fara nipV U 11 av i-.j.i letvd "eh'pu.t diction oleo Uiuriirines 110 pivtiuac.i edulis." U. I.othroi it Co., Boato-i, a Iioikhg that displays liolh wit und entm priBc;, pnhl.sh four deliirhtful picturhil motr izlm-r, adapted to various iii;o. eu'i for their prospectus. It was MiiKzini who n tld: Slumber not In the tents of your rnhimnfl." but it is i npo.s sible to avoid slumbering iu the contenU of eoiuo coluiniif. Mknsman'h peptonized beef tonic, the only propitiation of beef containing its entire nutritious property's. It contains blood making, foree-generalins and life-sustaiu-int? properties; invaluable for indigestion, dyspepsia, nervous prostration, and ail forms of general debility; also, in all en feebled conditions, whether the result of exhuustion, nervous prostration, overwork or acute disease, particularly if resulting from pulmonary complaints. Caswell, Hazard it Co., proprietors, New 'York. Sold by druggists. t Personal! The Voltaic Bm.t Co., Marshall, Mich.. w!l end Dr. lKe's Celebrated Kleetro-Voltaic Belts and Electric Appliances on trial for thirty dayt to men fyoumr, or o!d who are af flicted with nerrous debility, lost Titullty and kindred troubles, Kuaranteein speedy and complete restoration of aealtli and manly viiror. Addrewe as abovc N. B. No risk itiucuned, m thirty day's trial lb allowed. Try the new brand Spring Tobacco. Hodtcttcr'a Stomach Uttti ra glvoa stetull li n 10 tin ncmi. lu :u.:t ft biMlthy, nut uralflow of bile, pre- vrnts coiii-.,()ation without unduly piir Kl.tJl(i bowrU, a u t ' t nilltuU'g tl; cirruliittun, uid by pruniotii-'t; a vlynroui tV'n-Kiloii ft t li e physical ny in r - lit..!.-. H,.,.J, IJi.il ciiCTfiittr ulitfii Ih lit : trut nt flliii u lloii uf a V. ell l:i! n in e condli dm of at I (he anMi:nl kw- LIH For ih1o hy b'J firiit.vi-sis anil lr: L-m nt rally. I Of K Arut linor. It can U( r,-n.liiy ullm 1,,1 to any lix k Mini b--uii-i f(tuiin the ii.ur ik it fubbdI ba Miilackrd Uide. Il UlktM tilt la-u tK)ll4 ftll'l tJOti kilt Dlrtl I TUB D 'OH 0 Kvfl jl In him w ill buy oiu ar iii,m- Atl IM " III fut Hit an.l tiil.i-r arO !? which Imiv afc'nt u h:.n,ilB. a.lmu. It I. Ml All, " AOK.Si' V k'Ml'i i;H M, " Kuoli tt. Ma. IUV UnUrU Mtrat. tUfrlauil, Okl A P CI1TC 1Mk,,'nnn,'y4,',"nfrourF(imliyMci. il III II I -N1''1111-- No cat.lfsl r.'nulrrd. Uuil rAmlM I W am Curv Co.. 1 7 1'earl tit.. N. V $47 A MONTH and hoard In your county- Men ur .aJU H. )i'Uttiiit IiumIuc en. Addrt h F Wiulia AUj.. UujlM. Chicago, 111. $66 A WF.FKIu Tour own town. Terms nnd 6itaiUl.Aadra.UlUlirUi0o..l'urtllid,4ie ASrliKCTMiK forKptlepsv or Kits In 44 hours. Kn-i iu Mior. 1k. K aur a. ,h4i Aneiial ot..bt. Louis, Mr TI Olf MEADS or ritsh worms ouinkiy cored. Foi bLHUioucuiajs,aiLdlktK.Oe,btaUon.Ps Nt, STOMACH (F Burglars i flmwiitefl! is A It Nil II 11 1.1 II UlFirTHFlll,OOI, rq-iM Iti Oroulatlon, i;o,-pjlrJo i m f nrrly, Impraret Quail' y, thffepro Turn ,ehi Vllnl Knor;-y. . . ('ONUI'ir.Wf IMS KAN K, . rF.rtFFX'TII lH(.tHTl: t. Improve lh Ap?!t, rrt Imrrto Vitality mid tlafltioi'.y toeveiy Cr of tho Bo 'y. retrmtilfr In iiso EOO your. . ... IT HA PF.rl! MMRIV fclVl I'H TIIK ;i:OHT tipon am whlla tfcOiyntm1ibvmn:htto itat of ;vrfoct health ftndvigor. Otitatonco. 01. pr ilattle. Minhler'l arewiTAbrl Hitters, tf rvwMftn fnrCeroMft, Old 8ot, flxphilla, !., rhilo Miahlor's Labrl Bitten urs prepared expired? t- -r Dia-tw pvriUaTf3 ' fatnalca. tl.60 per Ilottl Ailaold by Imicjla. Su4 lor bent "Mwnt'r of H'tUb." MlsiiIXIt IIF.RD JIITTI WS CO., J.ancnHtpr, "W. Parkor's Pleasnnt Worm Syrup works Us a Charm. 7 it tttjHOj.i.'t ci; v.'iji I 1 1-' 1 1 1 1 rlt l.i If i It ml Uf-'UIIH! licHl.t.,lMi ( old Crvfl'n in tti world Ir 1m (I- llcati-lv finI jui-lt ly i- rfimicl, uti'i vnltrnM" ( iiifilifn: tfitrl 'X'M-)lliif 'ilyi-'Tliif 111 n'PiM If iu ftl nil); Iji i i ; lin 1 , ttiviUnuMi" f-ir uf m Hi" n tv. n;rh i,' I u HI t"SiH-fiii cure h'tni nnu twv. an:! unniirn. r.tiMi bk in. rrm; i ii. tun tuM rrrckl - "ll ti llB' (t ftftC T WHhMIiK Atlfl RIUtVtl'K, K'" I"Mlll iu mi aim v. i vmy . i h- i-iv ntrw-iii ih micjuv ii w ilinl t item nr p-trut mnn. utii'.rliir i nil or IfTS I" ''ouni'TM": i li-i-fT- 't of ni-k"-iii'H, urrtf-f j ulnt. ti- rorc'itiiii i" . suc.i tunntci-i'.'ii.f. w . Inii.'8l-iB jv.rt l-'-fti. rnn Ti-t Arlii l' . Hi:. h v rn ' ! t rrfiviso ('! , i;n"';:iit'!i,n N This H.Y.Stno:?r,$20 WCh J" 'i t All .. I ii,, i,i. I r... T will ulveyou the li.il su.sb ' V' - j,C ' v''"i for the I'ust in. me v of in. .- lino , v ' "x" . C fur the M ust minii'v or r.i' .' hri.i ,v y- in Aiuen.-anrn-i'iii'l. "l.-rn x, "-.S..' r S.'isbi are h' st. Mine take Cie 4 '.J " J. ' 1'iul. oanl.'i.'.rMs iv thev never w-'-.i'-fc''! im Mil. 1 llfiiil IHM I r,;', l-iul jirt'tlvt'ntii!n:ni'M M I us. rnfj'i with -, li.:.::j wnri ti cir c'iiiirivi)L"4. u miin itn' witri'i, U- li. lLSLIUMWAY llockford. III. AGENTS are renpin a liar vest selling our ; Kitchen Qussn Safely Lamps find other lifMi-'-h'ili) firlirhn. - I heb.-f st llinmiriii'it er r.:it on the iiuu-hft. I'Hi1 KMitiii" fttttl I'friii'. A'ftlrec-- tlio CLIPPER M'F'O CO., Ko. Al Wain til Ntroot, 4 irirlrtnfttl. O. m.mn STCVE-PIPE SHEIF. U- -ff ACMTS WANTED. : I t" i H l'K.00 made hv 0n ' Vf Atf"t 111 f!wj-ix lnv. - i " I !rfi.'iilrBn t i.iH ofAi-n'i r. I rf"r9' ' Ci'. M il 'Si i-V f . ft n'1 ch..;,v (trriKir' If S J.E.SHEPARO' Bo;.j J Tree. A CO.. CINCINNATI, O. PATENTS PR0CUP.ED! .urNO PAY ! Al .(l TVmla ;irnl nki-l. l: i A in m i nn mirl r... 1"'.' l,'-ft,"lt'l,;-- Msy '- I'ra. ti.v. 1im(IIiIi t frA. t. tn.Ut.iiAj.DiCO-. AHui ncys, Washing lUn, U.iX Yf!!!Sl f?FPI Tf vo.i wnnr t,. tv-rntn- TI-T.R-lUUlUU li'l I. S3 CiltAI'll nl'F.IJATnUS.HiHj In) gimmmt't ti t ini.luj mi nt Hiiln-s 1' W. I1KAM. Ail. (). . dfilcrlb- ?' ' iv -irf -n A Unrhmrnt write 'iilX AL L 11 A.N A TAYLOIUJO. AUnsUeld.U Prornrr-d hv A mr- Vurnry. lVViS bm't't, nicltmuU, (J. Barker's Green Corn Culling Machine by VOI.NKY It M'.KKH, l'..rtl V. o. Jtnx r,ii;i. YOUNG MEN If you wmnt 10 If am Tcicuraphf in ft fpw uionltit. and he a tuin ot it QMion, ftddreftii V A IjKNTI NB HKOS.. J.irrtTillf, Win. Whol' mU and ri't!i!l. Sfnit for prlci'-Iisr. liooiN M-iit ( l. h. Wi-mail'' to onttT. K. IU! ICS II AM. 71 iStut.' Hirt ct Chicago. I to A. W. Ilntnllton Aj i'o., Ann Artmr, tor I'r. i liar't. Kttinllv PtivHlflan: i' fji. S'i A ma Wanted. Watkon'n IntrrcMi 1 aljlf. (S:t 50. (TfTft A WEEK. $12 a day at homo easilv mad 41 i &twUyonitUfm' Address True ii Co Autiita. Ma I Yiimit; ini-ti WMiittil. I in v ftl.h .I..!. J. W. nd :U-. :n'ii lor . -Ului.liii, I - v 1 Ivi "IMOVTH- fl(JENTSWWrFD- I' In I in- w.irld ; 1 "in A. Ilronauii, I) -ir Addrces ti. PR! I ; y,"'T M"nr no...- Or,,,,., 4 ..; if 5 f Jft A m .in t, i i ri.-l n' tn if .1.- f F' ' tv-v fir. .1. H k- in t ... Miitfti-tM . (it - A'.'-- - t-.r .Li., it.si t, i.ii.i . m. c ir " - ' -J iiii:ii'.wit)iN-f.Mn...ii- .l-t.ft,,., a-I: (i-l'HJ ff.VCu. 1. TI'lKillV ( '(.it'lt'O t 'r Il ..ny ririiB.,T.. IV- A 4--. r. LU..M For Internal and I'xtrrnnl I ae. CURES llll I.l'M AT , nurn. H'-:t'U. ( hllblidns. hiM UUv. 1mi)jh it IfiuvK l'lwti Wdtio'l-". tnun , ilt ul, h xlennil l'ni-tUM, (.aked ltit-tt.tw, Koro Nipples, 'J outhiielic, i.'niiiiiK nr Spii-mis ot' Ttf rriieh, Ctilie, Asiinmi, or Imci mrl lMfn. I .UUIM Pin U, Of AiiliJllilJ, Oall of nil kiml'. Hnht, HintrlMiti, IJi-a -ked Ten. l'oil Y ti, iMiijri t in i w:-, Ppnvtn. Sivo'itt'V, K i.it' h(rt ur CiitaM', Foot Tint fn riieep, Ktrii K t I, W i n 1 ;jri i H , li'iiip in 1'i.iiitrr, uittdiT( d 1 i ft. I I-" -l:i, I'rm-Ueu Lie Is, M.iue in t1. AfU your neiircf-'t IVnlr or ln-ut tir one ol our AJi:mnatts l-r l.sst. From the CltrL-U.tn J.taJrrX. Y.Ort. 2'. '71. ?.!r:t(IMNT'H (lAIKII.INO IHI.. Vc ..lV iniiiif fi ml licn-cuntl inculrv in ri :.'iir 1 :ii imimUij ihm i tflu..!i 1 nim (H. at'd ft' id it a iiei, lire iirfi U - ot i .i: e nim . tt m hv no im tin?. 'lew n-MMfty. M ho islKlili-li-ti: nt whi'h pr-.i. it ('ntf i r unoi.ie- ture us lar lur't us I- pin ft vMh l ::. tt bus In . tt Mi :t'lil ir i'W :r tn I"it'he 1 tv 'i Im ii.nriilt'is in e ttm-t .,- : " t "Tt'itn -t litit- I n-.s tmn id t.te i if y of it. in- a if every way rename. I'm in fin- Th in ((thin) JiUvlr. Jvf-j 0, VC1 MVMniAVT'K OAlUil.TM) n..- Thin Md st.uutard m tiolo, uim'.'T lir nhiu-l)le ir,:-n-;;--ini nt ot .lolsri lio-lv.-, hi"4 '.". I:( d litt C M"i T1KUU Hide. It in im If 'lleiUv C"II1 p - im' led in i i le; it l:a inei i. mid imw D.tit t!:"l-l .ij-i-h .s t:ii- lit el' lite rein 't y in ! t it ' i ; i (T if. t'tiTe t mvroi-n'i nt:y h h : 1 il II if ti llli" illHeSiiiMl-e(i..-e.. No iiUlllly can i V, v! t t' be uiM.nnL if. Ki laii.nv iie, a- we;l I'M lor i:.uit';-lH, it i:-. .-i;ni ly i;i.)(. peli;:ille, SVVX IM. ?.OTI t:. All wo ii w n lair li.al, I ur lie sure nnd f.ipow do ': i"it 'I ;i- .ar..'li"r 'h ' ttmtt Wthi Ta: deif" r re h r ? ! l- a I '. i i'x l im.; nnd 't ,i I-('- Im t;vneit;! tin i'liam:.r.c i;n i:j. i;out the world. l.a-L-'e Si Si Mt dlirn '0 .: :;m.u. Small Sie t"r t'auii U-e -.'tc. Maiinlaeii.re.l nt l,e.-i mi. V., I T :ii'r Chant'c tiaiM'tHo' 'ominit y. Hay rJbl ("WzvMouan'B Patent.) Avnrrt-a "Firit Ordpr of Mfrlt"l K 'lbo::mfi E:-Jii!.iUon. HSU. Wii1! ;r.var l it lh" tir.1 ti-cnilnm Bf 11.- Im-in:iiioitit I-I-. u.iiii Ion In l'hiif. l.'l; hlii. ill l -'.li, KUil ucculitciJ l'y 1 1 i" ' .Ir.dz' " as SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHER KKIFE IN USE. It u tv wrlti tt. cm r Cllt dijl.'Tl milks fur ft iv n: no .-'iiml U : I c"ti; 1 14; ti ltiu r KXIFE In th :i r 1. 1 trutn hale, 10 ; j r A1, to cut. 1 orn iipi'HMi' j 1 'tt, mid tip ct'titi'K Boris nr -!f . .tti't fur cutting piiu tinf no t TRY IT- IT VILL PAY YOU Manufncturvti only bf BlHAHn2W&M.,riAWilt:aJK5U8.1 i'Mtf' i- :,r 1I1 i'r.r ol " HH frm, 1 noes, ( Iciti, olul: kiv IM.-1' K. wliliDHt Uir of B I.' "ii. il tli- pain. J'or JM 01: M a L'loV, I !K. I '.All AMI KUKIiKN. F :-, lifldrVU IIt. F. I".N"I, Aiirorn, Kniiefl'o., IIL ;- " '- ( f I i:A-V-.t:r.r.y.f r r: s t 1 rr u t - - SH r r'r..i -';.M'.j;bii-i-'wi.j- -y,V v1 CCnta V.rfUi A'.L F.tSS (A.LS. er si lu..-lv.ili;ii Hyr.ln. 'I ."li-s (rirt.il. yj t.l in hum . Si ,yl hv drurei.". i r -j i ti ,i .iiriii-.t'i hi ft. n i-i- .'"W, lriUr N. m u,k,U.- Nv- h.M--iHH..f Km, t:.,p "-isd.. i y, ,!i H'.i iK h. ii r o.. r "'-.ii'i Cn Viir t Atfi'tt-." It Mill jruclr find A-TOSI-H uU, CATAB5HO A Sjalcmatlo and Kcteutlftc Trentmenl muU liny CataiThotine Ii a nntrh!5s tre ttment lor thai anonoug noi a infMneiiiury rein-i, out a perniHiient im. MY KNI OUSKMKNT itf TWO-FOLD.- Ftmt I have had vrarsor in-Uruction muhr the w:';i-knoto, but now deceased, DH. .!. W. F K-H A, of Ciniiima i, who d Tolid fto tcm ol hi a h-n,; life to He pr.da signal field. Sec.md, I biore ...aiuvo'v . uit'd 776 cnfs ol I.ilnras and i itui ih hime Nnnil : , 1SS1, NASAL2.'4, DKV 1' 9, CHP.O.Wt. TMi, and 87 ol PICA FN KSS, II of whird w re tnl.iJlT d-uf fn. n (hild hood, now hear. Ona hitndiod nnd forty are confined to Tioy and nt'L'ilnit hood, wiiitui r :u h of auff fciitlcrer who wiahea to consult them. A ntoii IhiihP cured ar"i ha folio w oik : H. K. t at er. i i v, i h io, f ears old, deaf ness and catarrh : A. J. Sludaltor, Troy, catrtirh ; ii licfisliiier, Troy, df tf iioni ch'ld KMid : W . W. Simmons, Troy, ileufnena and catarrh ; Mi"? N. M. Word, Lad a s' l-huporiitin. i joy c;ttnrrti Mrs. Lldia hw.tr t rM Ad inon,ti.,Oeafnesi and catarrh ; Mis l.i.zie GriiTo .1 'mii.wn,i I ,drat frmti t hi!,i l.nndfc Ken net li Andeihon, I'iqna, O., catarrh und asih inn ; Mrs I- is her, lir.mic c Uai n ; li.irriMn Ntdca, Troy.Ohio, thh eatHrth; Mia. Reed, I'iqtia. Ohio, deafnest and raiarrh ; Mr. S..t..uev. Amos VVillunia, Statin tou. O , deaf nuai and cat an h ; Mr. Jdinon, Trov, O., sun pi in, deuf tit and caiarrh ; Mr. i'urryr Troy, O,, catarrh in iU worat fi.itn; Mr, tnupp. St. Pari, Ohio, chronic catarrh, t-orittrther pailiqf ulara call at my oiiice, or arm) ii Treat if and 8 pae p tper, fre, c.-nlaniuin t'htitn u.i-.lx of rrliatiM Citizens right here. Meo ion. this paoer. DR. DENNISON, Tror, Mmui L'ountv, O. fnr Dtnrueii, Catarrh In all 11 Forma lffi', hamming, coD.;umUion-hfeoding, mally L'jtarrU, 1? TTTTTa WHAT WILL THE WEATHER BE TO-MORROW? QjPopl's Signal SIGNAL STRVICt BA ROMtT.E .:i,.ll II: 1 IT'! J Hi .8 v i' Ilit'Ut, Ob bulo'.v t Service Barometer OK fcsTOlOf fT-AH4 Al THKItMO.HrTI'H '0lUlMLt WXTiTi TUTiLj VOTJ! tt will detect and ind;caiH curHK-tiy any ctiiuiKHin the wuathar 12 to JShara in advance. It will ted what kind of storm is Mpproiu-hmtr, ami h -ui ha diroctum invulimhh tn nnviuutoi'M. I- urnitTH can p!n tliair '-rk acoord.nK Ut it iirdu tinn. ea v vn .r() (inif-N il col n k siny. M itFon. Has nn accurato tliermim"r mtn liH.1, whirl: alune i w.rt h tliejiuceol Ihm ouinbtuati..n. Thisnrrat W F IT 1 1 K It IMHCATOU l- !ii..red hy tha mist, eminent Piimc.ii8, l'roieB..rs p C C T IN THP UiOftl fl I and Srientihj men of tho day to ha the DCO I HI I fl t ri Uft LU I Tub 'l liorm.iraeirr and Bwotueter are nut in a nicely finiMied walnut trains. il with sihfor plated tr.iimiui((B, mm., niukin it a heuutiful an well aa usetui or- fl nam'ut. We will aen't yoa a siuupt. .mo, i'-i iwr, U Jree, Uiyuur I'lacej in 2 ord.T, on receipt ol I. or fix fT ) I. Aj;iim uru luidonK lium to 4 JO ; j dAilj B.-lliu ihem. A trial will vnrtnee ywtr Oritur at onu. li hflU u( U Jiift the thing to to hrmrrn, mer haul-, etc. InraluaUsto li evarybody. U. EJ. Pustni; SUrops tiiken il in kh! order, bnt money prtv f 3 forred. A Kfnt want rd rvorvn herf. Km d for t and toruia, 2 Address a" oidera to OUl t.tk T 1 i F U ?Ut MKTKU lvV . I (Larawt r.'uhtu vtent or lh kind in the vri IKivfiio. IImvi-uo o.. ii S' , We refer to the Mayor, I'.)! master, Vmnty t'!eia, Vint aud fcocond I i Nali'-nal link, or any tmiinew Iioucm in Iswclto. N Y. ' i Write vvtt l-t Oi'.v, c.tdiri uni statr- fu m y. ani rtmttbprwut l OTl--r. draft on .Vein I'orkvr ruh"ierrd Isttrr. at mir t ,c. I 'i'iii will iiinUe n Iloiinihiil nnd Wry I'ncIhI Frnrnt. t? ltFAl WHAT TIIK IM Hl.lt' KAY AIHU T IT. 'J I find Pool's Barometer woiks as well mono that eotwa You vnr rvlf r On it vry tune, Capt, Chab. 11. Hoot. us, H'niu "TwiliKht,"' Ban t- rani V-co. 9 lidrnineirr received in KKid order, and inuwt tuny V at tlio insinl'iir it i-ves) I neilect BulinfacUoQ IU every rebpect. It is m aliy mudnainl nmderhilij iu ap ' I at two dollars. Uvo. H. Paiibonb, M. C. B. U.. tirhce, ih tr. it. Mich. 11 Pool's li urometer has already suved me ninny tunex Ps nM, iu lortiteliug 3 the weaiutr. It is a wouderluJ curiositjr and wirki to.' perfect um. I F. .1 1 ur h i N . Alilvvankee. ' . nHVARR OF WORTHLESS UllTtTIONM N-ne Vei .Ttm wiLticut our I rndo AiaiL, s-tUJlure of J. A. PouUou l he hack ot inMru- Tlrerv Instrnmnt wnrrnnlnl V ft feet and RtHnhU. Si? It 13 inches h.n 8 M wide, it lift cati-ll'-d "l recaivinii tht intimi:ent, returo t Ht. ime und we will refund uur wuuoy. I iuaae sUUi wter you aaw utu aivtsruawuiL-ul. AKLO GREASE. Brat la Ih Wrld. Otif Ih aTniiln. Ht. ry parkuse hnm our Irndr-uiurk and im sunrkad t raiar's. bOLU t h U I W li it H lUCKTN WANTKD for the Rest und Ftent J s- lling rlclortal Hooks ami Itllilcs. s reduct'd a per etui. haxioNai. Pi HLmuiho Co., Phliad , I'a- TT VvtV ?Pfll'L 3Q?i csn vutt i jo. sovt iiL W s Aav (rsi.JLife&ta. Tunra Beaedy Co.,ClTiUal,0 !C i $) 0 daT t homfl. Samples wort h $3 Id lU VXUum AddiMittluuKM A Cs Puf UuU M. I I . '.II i..:..-.., ,'ninii,, y" ! J I ill FOR THREE MONTHS. The new olnino TlnfH'i-n of Dkmhre-t'i Ii.li'S TniniiMnMiii.v Muu'Mtm i- ;i la ih h'Bt Sn4 tin cIitRp.'irt ruinl!) MKJt!l" puli'Uh' d. nr:nied on t h ftm'si unr.d pn;"T. bin- c'jxli'ij in hi-k. Tlifihrri-nMii-hi r now ready of uluiiie 19 e Ith 1 uj pouiiiU ami cod tatn MU putc'B of laiK1. clear print. V w Suu'liUm, blorli-9 liiuif i uphl a. Voeliy. rtels. and ajiianle iu fo mat tun ul I he ilij and (or Mi Iii.iiki InO.t I n lt'insii by et rj fuinliv. 1 U ! ihi'-i inthuin Photo Piuicn ana4 Ull Piclui. a. W. KNNlStis ll- Mi'Kl.s T. Pui.nher, 1 1 Yr.M 14th bnee New York. Plng ro pica, ivtcuty Uuu; jruily mbwilpnos 1'wu iJollar. G0nSUGPTI0t I ba n.Jm a Mtltive n-meitv for the alKv Oiarmw-. hj IM liuiinn U of ruNrh ut the wurl a i "id ainl of loiof li ha e U-eii euiv.1. In I'-eil, so si i ona is my fmii DM' tin rutin lo iu r.tli n.t 1 M-ml lUti ind l l.l-.S h KKK. lo- nlil V ALL' AH I. K 1 Kh; A'I'l iu uii thii diat.'-i, U itn' Uiv Ltpn'.'e i-utl t'- l' uUlres. bH. T. A. bLiM.:LU. Ill Puail at-. ' Vol. 907 lm WiiKSi WiiiriNti to Aw vs-h i inr.H, I-sm mmy ym laH Us smI vwisjmsmh4 Isk