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j nOUSE. FARM AND GARDEN. llic Kionoaiilra or tlie Kltthm midtln Kuril. Woman ox Faism 1aikyint.. Duiry inr should ho promoti-tl to a greater ex tout, and while I would in no wis dc lreciiito thos extensive factory enter prises, J believe they ninnot stirpersede the necessity, nor should their exigence furnish mi c'xeuse to avoid the troible f farm dairying. If, from any pretext, our farmers should abandon the custom of producing suilieient amount of but ter and cheese lor tlie consumption 01 j their families, a short period of time must prove the fallacy of the schemes. Farmers' daughters generally take too little interest in household matters. CooKiMi Channel: Kins. Tn tho first place select ripe fruit and remove all defective berries. The selected fruit must then be thoroughly washed through several waters ; one washing is not enough. To every pound of fruit add one pound of sugar. l'nt them into a preserving kettle over a slow lire. Do not hurry the process of stewing. To prevent the berries from sticking to the k ttle, stir them frequently with a silver spoon. When done, turn them into a dish, and set aside to cool ; after which they may be used for pies, tarts or sauce. When for sauce, mash them tine through a cullender, and put them into small molds suitable for the table, having tirst rinsed the molds iu cold water to prevent the berries from stick ing. Ilr.ss Hati'iiem in' Jrr.Y are said to make far better layers than those born at any other season of the year. K irly hatehed chicks commence laj'iug in September and continue until cold Jan uary weather, when they discontinue until spring. On the other hand, m hen hatched in .Inly or August, 4 hey begin in February and continue until October, .lulv chickens will average f0 to 7f more eggs yearly than thos-- hatched iu March. A contributor to the Country Gentleman writes : The light Frahmas have always b"en mv most profitable and favorite fowls; but with great reluctance 1 am obliged, after three years trial, to place the Partridge Cochins at the head of the list. As layers they excel any Asiatic bred I have ever known, and as market fowls they have no equal. They are very hardy, mature early, and make short-legged, yeIlow-:!eshed, heavy breasted low Is. Now That tukIYi- s 11 y i: F.ivovr: Timwi i 0:t by the return of cool weather, the tidy housewife rolls up lu r sir. v. and wash-rag in baud joyfully lean-i s t!:- paint of lu r dwelling from the filthy specks that have haunted her all sum;:. cr long. And this is the way an uuexee it ional housekeeper does it: 1 W' t the door or window-frame all over with a cloth that wiil not drip. Then I go back to the place where I began and wah th whole ov r very quickly and ei-iiv, men use a clean tlrv cloth. I U,1 nor think nf rit: 1 1. mi n or fln but tli other dav 1 saw a hired vr'irl of c.Misiilerabh- experience rubbing hard and long upon a door, and sighing be cause :lv--i cks w. re so hard to wa.-h o'.T simply becaus.' she did not think to put the work "a-..ak. ' Not long be fore I s.iw a man undertake to clean, and greatly injure, a painted piece of furniture covered with tbe marks of year's f!y-time, by rubbing a coat of so ip all over it and tiien washing olT soap and paint and dirt together. Cold water alone would have cleaned if bet ter. Soap always injuries paint more r less. VlMTTii A I.IUT FaUM IN IIoi.I.ANli. ?dost of the vehicles and the more com mon implements of the farm are of the' rudest and most primitive sort, rucli as no one of us would think lit for use ; yet everything indicates that the Work is well and promptly done. The cheese makin is carried on in a dark-looking old room, and the apparatus is probably the same as ha been in vogue on the farm for liO years. At the same time everything was scrupulously clean, and the product bears the highest reputa tion in the local market, which is a large one and is frequented by the wholesale dealers. I do not know enough of our own manner of cheese making to say wherein the Dutch system diners from it ; but I do know enough of the quality of the article when brought to the table to consider the Dutch cheese well entitled to its higher price. So far as T could judge, there is nothing in the cattle, in the forage, nor in the process of manufac ture which should prevent us from making the same article, and supplying our own markets with a kind of cheese which is now imported very largely. llUUoATION- Wtl II J.!o(I! MvNri-E. There is no doubt that the experience of the 1 i-t two (,r three years will lead to a very early use of some me: hod or other of irrigating crops gtown upon h.nd of mi re than ordinary value. M irket gardens, lawns, private gardens, d..;i v farms on w h ich soilinc crous are grown, all will, before long, be brought under some system of irrigation, not so much with wafer as with fertilizers in a liquid form. When it becomes a ques tion of crop or no crop upon land that must pay interest on a cost of several hundred dollars per aere, to say nothing el' repaying the' costly labor laid out upon tlie crops, and that the saving of the crop depends upon a supply of moi-ture which is 'withheld by nature, it is certain that an immediate solution will be found in providing means for supplying th: needed moisture. 1)3 sides, manure already dissolved is im mediate in its action ni:i plant-, and is at once absorbed by the roots. Fy irrigation with weak solutions of manure, t rops of rye grass are Contin ually grown upon som" Fuglish dairy farms which amount in the aggregate to thirty tons per acre during one season, and an aggregate growtli of lm) inches lias been thus procured by making sev eral cutt:ngs. . fri-nfnr!st. Win rr.uiNo Fki:s. After arranging all the frames iu a proper manner, the brood as near the center of the brood chamber as possible, I cover them up with a woolen blanket .vhieh is lined with muslin. Small strips are laid under the blanket to allow the bees a passage over the top of the frames. The second cover is a straw mat lined with a double thickness of a coffee bag. The straw mat is of the size of the old fashionrd honey board, completely cov ering the brood chamber. On the top of the straw mat in front and behind, f lay two one-inch straps and on these straps the cover of the hive. I use the Langstroth hive exclusively. The woolen blanket and the straw mat re tain the necessary heat and keep the bees eomfoi table, while at the same time they act as an absorber, and the air passing directly over the mat dries up the moisture. We know that the old fashioned straw hive is the best hive for wintering, and with my straw mat arrangement I have the principle of it. J had not a square inch of moldy comb in any one of my L;ves, no dysentery anritt inv ppd T Jos' nT'-i With. out the second story on, the hive is easier uncovered, and every one of us knowns that the handier we keep our bees the of tenor wo look at them. This done with discretion is very beneficial. lire ,ournaf. ANTIQUITY OF MAN. t-'i- Hundred Tliousn utl 1'riirs nt I.titil - Speculation of Jtlr. Alfred ltutl Wallace. In the issue of Nature for Oct 2, Alfred Fu'isel Wallace indulges in some speeuhiiojw on the probable antiqnitv of the liirjyu species, which may well startle even those who have long siuce come to the conclusion that (1,0(10 years carry us but a small way back to the original homo. In fact, in Mr. Wal lace's reckoning, ,000 years are as a day. lie begins by complaining of the timidity of the scientific men when treating of this subject, and points out the fallacv of always preferring the lowest estimate, in order to bo " on ttie safe side.". He declares that all the evidence tends to show that the sale side is probably with the large figures. He reviews the various attempts to de termine the antiquity of human remains or works of art, and finds tho bronze age in Furope to have been pretty accurately fixed at 3,000 to 4,000 years ego, the stone age of the Swiss lake dwellings at r,000 to 7,000 years " and nu indefinite anterior period." Tho burnt brick found sixty feet deep in tho Nile alluvium indicates an antiquity of 20,000 years ; ano'her fragment at seventy-two feet gives ."0,000 years. "A human skeleton found at a depth of sixteen feet below four buried forests, superposed upon each other, has been calculated by Dr. Dowler to have an antiquity of oO.OOO years." Fut all these estimates pale before those which Kent's cavern at Torquay legitimates. Here the drip of the stalagmite is the chief factor of our computations, giv ing us an upper lloor which "divides the relics of tlie last two or three thou sand years from a deposit full of Un bones of extinct mamalia, many of which, like the reindeer, mammoth and (.'lutton, indicate an arctic climate." Names cut into this stalagmite more than 200 vears ago are still legible: in other words, where the stalagmite is twelve feet thick, and the drip still very copious, not more than a hundredth of a foot has leon deposited in two cen turies a rate of live feet in 100,000 years. Felow this, however, we have a thick, much older, and more crystalline iu e., more slowly formed I stalagmite, beneath which again, " in a solid brec cia, very different from the cave of earth, undoubted works of art have been found." Mr. Wallace assumes only 100,000 years for the upper liner, and about 2"io,000 f jr the lower, an.! addsloOjtOO for the intermediate cave earth, by which he arrives at tlie "sum of half a million as representing the years that have probably elapsed since flints of human workmanship were bu rn d in the lowest deposits of Kent's cavern." Oakey Hall on Love and Marriage. Oakey Hall thus describe.-, love and marriage in his lectuio on love, marri age ami divorce: True low purifies the heart, eman.-ip.ates it from the slavery of passions, and makes man and woman strong, niAle and courageous. A man falls in love just as lie falls down stairs. It might bean accident, probably it was, or it might be a misfortuti" which lasted all through life. How inexpressive was that phrase "paying attention," as if that did not belong more to marriage than to courtship, aud the phrase was not infrequently heard in former years, which was immortalized by Mrs. Fod snap, "Fless me, they have gone on their bridal tour to become acquainted witb each other." If it were possible to have a preliminary bridal tour, under proper escort, and the young couple had experience of the annoyances nec essarily entailed by a trip of that char acter, and if they were familiar with the tempers and dispositions of each other, the wonder would be, not that there are so few happy marriages under the arri'nrements of modern society, but that there were so many. Marriage was not a partnership. He did nut wish to be understood as saying that alone, for it was a cold word. Marriage was a companionship. Driving home froro the business cares, as Disraeli used, they would find that the old individuality was gone, that a new companion ship existed ; aud as the best illustra tion of the idea of marriage, he would go back to the time of Ford William Russell, who was represented at his trial by i.is wife, and of all the pictures which hung in the historic temple, there was none so attractive and beautiful as the picture of Lady Fussell in companionship with her husband, not only iu the court room, but in the prison, and in his last moments. Aud, if they asked for a definition of true marriage, it was compressed in the word companionship. Who Can Most Eisily be Spared? Young men, this is the first question ;,our employers ask themselves, when business becomes slack, and when it is thought necessary to econonizc in the matter of salaries. This question is an swered in an American journal to our satisfaction. It answers the question who can best be spared this way ; The barnacles, the shirks, the nuke-shifts, somebody's nephews, irntt-iii i , some- I body's good-f )r-mf hings. Young man, ph-a.se remember that these are not the ones who are called for when responsi ble posit ions are to bo filled. Would you like to gauge your own fitness for a position of prominence? Would you like to know the probabilities of your geMiiu' such a position? Inquire with in ! What are you doing to make yourself valuable in the position you now occupy? If you are doing v,ith your might what your hands find to do, the chances are ten to one that you will soon become so valuable in that posi tion that you cannot easily be spared from it ; and then, singular to relate, will be the very time w hen you will be sought out for promotion to a better j I -lace, lie content to grade among the ; eu who can easily be spared, and you i .y rest assured that nothing will ; " .-pare " you s.o certainly and so easily s oroniotiou. Gi:n. Schknck's Littli: Joke. The Fnglish of to-day are most severely, prosaically practical and commonplace. Gen. Sehenck, our minister to England, having had as a fellow-passenger on the outward steamer a son of lien Hollid.iv, of overland stage fame, thought to make a joke on a gentleman nauifd Christmas, whom he met. soon after landing in En gland. Said the general: "I think I met a relative of yours on the steamer, judging from his name a Mr. Holliday." "Ah '" said Mr. Christmas, meditatively, "I think not. I never heard of a rela tive by that name." Afterward, Mr. Sehenck told the story at a dinner-table, and the guests each glared at his neigh bor, and no one saw the joke. At la.it, out of very civility, the host, a noble lord, feebly laughe 1 and said, "Ah! yas ; very good, general. Ah, i l;y, oil rubti, yrn lj r'' V Kate Field on Woman Doctors. The American Fegister bases ita ar guments as to women's unfitness for the medical profession upon the assertion that they cannot possess equal power with men because their physical inferi ority limits tho use of tho brain. At the same time, tho Register speaks of women as men's rivals. If women nre so inferior there can be no rivalry, for rivalry pre-supposcs equality. There fore, why should male physicians bo troubled at the appearance of "odious" petticoats? Is it because they are not quite sure about woman's natural infe riority? Fut I deny that all physicians are opposed to teinale practitioners. That many entertain a great prejudice againRt them is true, and ought not to excite wonderment. No one likes to have his business interfered with. Fad dy, the Irish laborer, bates Ah Sin, ac cuses him of every vice under the sun, and swears that the Chin se pip-tail has come to take the bread out of his chil dren's mouths. One corner grocery does not adore the next comer grocery. One prima donna is not the bosom friend of another prima donna. The world is fully acquainted with human nature's little weaknesses, and when it wants a judicial opinion about Ah Sin. corner grocery No. 2, or prima donna No. 2, it does not go to paddy, or to grocer or prima donna No. 1. The larger part of medical practice is among women, consequently there is danger that wo men may prefer to be treated by their I own sex. As the Register declares men to bo "selfish," they can bo forgiven for turning their backs upon female aspi rants. All, however, do not. Some of the most enlightened doctors of my ac quaintance nre ever ready to lend assist ance to struggling female medical col leges. One with whom I recently trav eled was more than generous in his es timate of woman's capacity for medi cine, aud a well known physician of New York has recently given the strongest possible evidence of his sentiments by becoming engaged to a young American woman doctor, who, not able to pursue I his career in her own country, studied j abroad aud took an honorable degree ! in Fan's. Flnsicians are slandered i when it is claimed that, as a body, they j are opposed to women as "rivals." ! Famous Trees. j Individual trees, plant d by famous : men, are still to be seen by the pilgrims ( who visit their homes and haunts. In ! the last century, there was quite a fash- ion for planting willows. It is said that the first weeping willow seen in England was sent to the poet Fopo, as a : present, from Turkey, by his friend. Lady Mary Wirtly Montagu, and ; planted by him in his garden at Twiek I enham. It is the famous fwh'x Jt'i'-i-! tutiicfi of the Psalter, upon which, ou the banks of the Euphrates, the weep ; ing daughters of Jerusalem hung their , harps. Garriek planted two willows on j his lawn, beside his Shakspeare tern- ph- ; in the midst of a thunder storm, J which destroyed one of them, the pious and devoted widow of the great actor ' was seen running up and down, exci ; tedly, crying out, "Oh, my Garriek! Oil, my G irru-k !" The willow, known as Dr. Johnson's willow, at Litchfield, ; was blown down long ago ; it was said, ! in the Gardener's Magazine, to have been planted by him, but it is more probable that his admiration and talk of it de veloped the legend of his planting it. At the time of its destruction, it was Id feet iu girth. Fieces of household furniture and snufi Imxes wore made of it ; and slips from it were planted, by his admirers, throughout the neighbor ing country ; an offset of the old tree was planted on the same' site. Thomas Moore tells us that, when Fyron first went to Newstead abbey, from Aber deen, at the age of 10, he planted a young oak in some part of the grounds. He had a notion tor thought he had i that as it llourished so should he. Six or seven years later, on revisiting the spot, he found his oak chked up with weeds, and almost dead. The Firt Element of a Home. 1 never saw a garment too fine for man or maid ; there was never a chair too good for a cobbler or cooper to sit in ; never a house too line to shelter the human head. These elements about us, the gorgeous sky, the imj;x rial sun, are not too good for the human race. Ele gance fits man. Fut do we not value these tools of housekeeping a little more than they are worth, and sometimes mortgage home for the mahogany Ave would bring into it ? I had rather eat my dinner off the head of n barrel, or dress after the fashion of John the Bap tist in the wilderness, or sit on a block all my life, than consume all myself before I get a home, and take so much pains with the outside that the inside was as hollow as an empty nut. Beauty is a great thing, but beauty of garments, house and furniture is a very tawdry ornament compared with domestic love. All the eleganco in the world will not make a home, and 1 would give more for a spoonful of hearty love than for whole ship-loads of furniture, and all the upholesters of the world could gather together. REMEDY THAT WILL CUIUS CONSUMPTION. Will tlios-o who liavo fcen i.onu aiklictiih wiili C'ouHuniptiou take courage. Please read the followinir: o C.u.rwiUA. ili si v Co., A!a Marcli S, I7;i. M.'.i.srN. J. N. IIaki in i Co., im iniiiiti. O. liKir flirt I waul you t k n.l m.'si Imtilt"; of Allen's I. miii; Haiiiim. Snirf last Mav I h.iVt I .on ii 1 1 1 a n .1 l.i ken hi .oil I t win ty l.ol ! lei o 1 ht' I.n n " l;nliiin l..r h iIixm-i- ot tin- lniii,-s of ilorleiMi venrs" MHiul'.ni:. tielort tluii tun.- I hii.l licMiirht an.'l use.l n.-Hi ly i utv lniii: icine.ly r.-coin iiihiii1,-,1, u,1 vonr I nun i;..N;.iii 11 the only tiling thai I.hs ivcu m i i-i iuaTi.-iil reln'l' 1 h.-lifve that 11 sav..,l my h I.e.t sprint; w hen I eoniiiieiic,.,) ns ,,. (j( M) ( ).ei i itnythiiiK will eiiri- me entirely, hut tlie hal s'.uji k.-ep- "P " 'hat I eii ut tend to husmess It i;iv.-i im- noiiiodiaie relief, ami j aul .-n-iuly lin iuovc.1 111 jjeneral health. 1 iem:iiii gratefully ynur, l. U. l'OOL. What Thrtter proof of a roo.I remedy for Consumption fin you want 1 J! a ykC station-, Ala., April 7, 1S7.J. Mw.is. J. N. Habi is t Co. I takf t-rpHt ple:isi!r in writing you to r- . icf.1 On- All. ii s I nn- lUKain. I it i.e. ii . 1 1 i.i tn ill reel it ns. m ml it liiiv, ilone n',,. greiit Hmm. It is I he licst tried h ine I ever Use.l !r eolJ itiul c(.ui;hs, kikI I know it I foiiuw the tlircelio is it will cure njy consumption.. Willi llitfit! lew remarks, I remain, vmirs trnlv W A '1 sOS & HA VKH. ' The lai'.ig Balsam never lails to tlo good for tlKje aCl.-cted with a couth. It in harm. e.ss uj the most delicate child. . It coutaius no opium hi any lorra. ' It is bold by medicine dealers generally. CAUTION. He not deceived, ('all ffor "Ar.LK.M'sLUKBAL sam, and UKe no other. " " lyireeliuns accompany each bottle. J. N. HARRIS & CO., Cincinnati, l'roprietora. say oia i i re-i t-u 'lie ; !-n s 1 .un-' ii.iku m i n..i Bradlaugh and Jenkui3 in New York. Mr. Jenkins ("Ginx's Baby") was not so desperately bad as the bulk. He had a " highly intelligent " audience to hear him, and those words are used in New York to describe five or six gentle men with high foreheads and as many ladies. When the house is one-third full it ceases to be " highly intelligent." When two-thirds full it is "largo and fashionable," and after that it gets to be a dense crowd, or a perfect jam. Jenk ins had the highly intelligent thing, and, rather than to speak to such a handful, I'd invite an idiot asylum and a deaf and dumb school to fill up. Brad laugh was injured, I think, by the litho graphs he brought from 'ome and strewed tho town with. They represent the gentleman as he appeared at Exeter Hall, with his left foot on some iron ecroll work that runs round the plat form, and his left hand is raised in heavy argument fashion. The picture in a moment tires you with the attitude. In every shop window there he stands balancing on one leg, and the thing be comes so painful that after a dozen blocks there isn't anything about you you wouldn't give to get that man's leg off that spike and put that menacing fist into his paper pocket. It has tor mented me so that I don't dare look in show windows. The lnjys are singing the song of " Saw his leg off." It would be a mercy if they would. Mrs. liurnham in &t. Louis RepuMican. Eating Without an Appetite. It is wrong to eat without an appetite, for it shows there is no gastric juice in the stomach, and that nature does not need food, and not needing it, there being no fluid to receive and act upon it, it remains there only to putrify, the very thought of which uhould be sufli cent to deter any man from eating with out an appetite for the remainder of his life. If a tonic is taken to whet the ap petite it is a mistaken course, for its only result is to cause one to eat more, when already an amount has been eaten beyond what the gastric juice is able to prepare. The object to be obtained is a larger snpply of gastric juice, not a larger sup ply of food ; and whatever fails to have any efficiency towards the cure of dys peptic diseases. The formation of gas trin juice is directly pre portioned to the wear and tear of the system, which it is to be the means of supplying, and tins wear aud tear can only be the re sult of exercise. Tho eilicient remedy for dyspepsia is work out-door work beneficial and successful in direct por portion as it is agreeable, interesting and profitable. Opinions of the Press. The Texas New Yorker says : " An old Scotch phy sician once said to one of his patients : Keep your feet warm, your head cool, and your bowels open, an' there's little 'ilse' can harm ye.' This aphorism is full of wisdom, and expresses exactly what Dr. Walkei's California Vinegar Bitters will do for you. We speak of what we know from nearly two year's practical experience in the use of this indispensable family medicine. Its of fice is to attack a lazy, torpid liver, and impait new life to this vital organ a proper How of bile and a prompt dis charge of effete matter. A good diges tion and appetite are restored to the sufferer, l'ure blood, the 'life of the flesh,' is secured, and the paient soon feels himself a walking electrical bat tery. Ciood health is more precious than fine gold- -Vinegar Bitters restores it, and is, therefore, above price. The man who discovered it is a philosopher and a benefactor of his race." Wa see that Pbocteb & Gambu's Extea Olivk Soap is becoming very popular in our city, its ciuality we know is superior, and being nicely perfumed wo aro not surprised that consumers prefer it, and that it has a large sale. Chaited hasps. fc, rough skin, pimple, rin-.vonu, falt-rbeam, &nd other cutaneous a.T.-eiMiiH cured, and the akin made soft and -ninoth, by tming the Jusmn Tab Soap, made by as.vki.i IIazabd A Co., New York. Be certain to get the Juniper Tar Soap, made bf un, 8s tlioie Hre many imitations made witb tiuumon tar which are wor.Llps. Ctnii. The liver is more frequently the seat of dirt-age thau is generally tjupiioaed, for up on its regular action depend m a preat meas ure, tlie powers of the stomach, bowels, brain and the whole iiervona system. Kegnlato that important organ by taking Simmons' Liver lU-gtilator.aiidyou prevent most of the disease that llesh is heir to. A case of chronic rheumatism of un usual severity, cured by Johnson's Ano.ryne Liniment, i noticed by one of our exchanges. A largo bunch eam out upon the breast of tlu siitTfter, and appeared like part of the breast bone. fre t internally and externally. Tni: sweetest word in our language i health. At the first indication of disease, uso well-known and approved remedies. For dyspepsia, or indigestion, use Parson's Purga tive Pills. For uoughs. colds, sore or lame stomach, use Johnson's Anodyne Liniment. I'KEHLESS CLOTH ES WBISOER W II V take pi nts nf nauseous tin d remedies fi it-re. when a few timet of ShKllenheruer's I'illswill cure yuii nt once. No sickce -s, and no piirKlrc;. TIIIKTY YKAUV KX PKIUENCE OF AM OLD NVUSH. Mm: U'lmlow'i Soothing Hrnip la th prescription of one of the best female phyl clam and DDntea In the TCnil.sl Slates, and baa btwn niwM for thirty years with never faUlng safely siid im.-ctws by millions of mothers and children, from the feeble Infant of one week old to the adult It corrects acld'iy of the etomarh, relieves wlDd eollc, reulatm tLe bowels, and gives rest, health and comfort to mother and child. We believe It M be the best and sorest remedy Id the world in all eases or DYHENTKKY and DIAIUIHOIA IN IIILDRKN', whether It arine from teething or from any other cause. Full directions for Baltic; hi ac-ompany each bottle. None genuine unletts. the fao-lmlle of CURTIS fc PERKINS Is on the utaide wrapper. Mnl.l by all uietllelme dealers. mi'. iioim:iiold panacea, AND FAMILY LiINIMIJMX Is tho i.-t remedy 111 the world for the following cmpla nis, viz.: Cramps In the limbs and slom aeh.i ..i: ii jo the stomach, bowels or side, rhenma Usin in ail its forms, bilious colic. ncuraluJa. ie.ler.i, di.sent.'ry, colds, Ueh wounds, burns, sore throat, so Hal complaints, pralns and bruises, chills and fever. For Internal and external use. I's operation Is not only to relieve the patient, liui entirely removes the cause of the complaint. It pen. ( rales aud pervades the whole system, re storing healthy action to all lis parts, and qulcken-hij,- i lie blood. I-Jie Household Pauaeea Is pursly Vg eta'le and all heuluiK. 1'reitai'ed by Cl'IlTIS & BRUWB, Xo. Ml Fulton street, Kew York. For sale by all druwk'.Hia. A IOIOII, COLD OR SOUK TI1UOAT BROWN'S I Requires Immediate attention, and lU'ONCUIAX.!should be Checked. II allowed to TUUCHE3 continue. Ibbitation or THl r.a 'longs, a PkksaniKT Throat . COrOHS !ATiXTIOy. OK lMCCBABI.Jf r Sluno Disease is often the re- COi.nrj. Isult. DKOWN'S HUOXCHIAL TROCHES Maviiiidi eet iniiiieiice on the parts, gives Ira-.,-,!iv rei'ef. For Hkoncimtih. ilKTBMA. CA rmsr c nsi-mi-iivk ani Throat 1)ibabic, l'K.M iiVsrut uirda irtiw ui ruccf-u. KIMJKKS AM I'l HlC SPKAKKRS Will i,,,d Thochks uselul In dealing the vole when t.,ken teiore Sinhi or ,S(-ak iuj.and re lieving the throai after an unusual exertion or tn vocal i.ruin-. Obtain o'jlv" Bkoivn'h BBONOllAlTnoCTfM," aud do not tn'se any of the worthless liuiiaueas pi y t ftrl. every ter. cniLDUEN OFTEN LOOK PALE AND SICK from no other cause than having worms In the stomach. BROWN'S VKRMIFTJQK COMFITS will destroy worms without Injury to the child, being perfectly WHITK, and free from all color ing or other Injurious Ingredients usually used In worm preparations. CT0IITI8 A. BROWN, Proprietors, . No. 215 Fulton street. New torfc. Sold liy dnnjuisfB and chemists, and dealers tn medli lnes at t wkntv-vivk ckvtu ot Dr. .1. Walkers California. Via ?c:ar Bitters aro a purely Vegetable preparation, made chieliy l'rom the na tive herbs found on the lower ranges of :ho Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor nia, the medicinal properties of which ;ire extracted therefrom -without the use nf Alcohol. Tlie, question is almost daily asked. -'What is the cause of the unparalleled success of Vixk-.ai: Iirr tkr.s V Our answer is, that they rwmove the cause of disease, and the patient re covers his health. They aro the great blood purifier and a life-giving principle, a perfect Renovator and lnvigorator of the system. Never before in tlio history of" the 'worl.l has a medicine fceeii coiiiouii(lel jiosses.-injr tho remarkable qualities of YiNKOAK IIi iTi-its in liealiu-r the t-.ick of every iliseae. man is heir to. They are a freutle Purgative as well as a Tunic, relieving Congest ion or Inflammation tho Liver anil Vise-end Organs, in JJilioiu Diseurti-s. The iroiM-rti-s of Dn. Walxkh's V i n ki ; a it 1 1 1 it v. it s arc Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretio Sedative, Counter-irritant, .Sudorific, Altera tive. and Anti-Lilious. K. II. Mt UO.VAIJI .V CO.. DniiTirists ;nnl (Jen. A L't.s., S.ui Francisco. Culifnniia, itid cor. ot Washington :inil ("hiirlton StR.. V. V. Moltl by all Druggists ami Di uli m. Geo. P. Rowell & Co. conduct an acenry for the reception of advertise ments for American newepajiors the mont complete eMalilihmeut of the kind iu Uio world. Six tliou-i-atid newspaper are kept regularly on file, open to iUMWtion I'V ctif tomtrtt. No reading-room, how ever complete, receive oiie-tweiitietu of this num- Ixt. l.very advertisement it taKeti at the home price of the wr, without any additional charge or cminiiKM"U, tu that ail advertiser, iu dealing with tlie agency, is saved tpmhle aud correspondence, makiuff one contract instead of a dozen, a hundred or a thousand. A liook of eighty paes, containing lists of lnt papers, larptest circulations, religious papers, agricultural pajt rs, c.asx pajers, political papers, dally papers, country papt rs, luagauneo and all publications, with touie information about prices, is sent free to any address on application. Persons at a distance wiching to make contracts for advertising in any town, city, state or territory of the I'mted States, or any jHirtiou of tho Domin ion of Canada, may scud a concise statement of what they want, together with a copy of the adver tisement they desir. inserted, mid will reci v e. infor mation by return mail which will enable them to decide whether to increase, reduce or forego the or der, l'or such information there ib no charge what ever. Publishers not only send their tiles free, but pay Messrs. eo. I. Kowell & Co. for their service. Oruers are accepted for a single pajx r a-; well as for a larger lii-t ; for a single dollar as readily as for a larger sum. Addrt sH the Amkmi'an NiwKi'inn AnvuiTisiNO Aoknct, 41 Park Row, Kew York. $5,000 to iBjra Away! TIIK LOUISVIIiLK WEEKLY COUBIER-JOURNAL, VKIRST-CI.ASS family, news, political and commercial paper, naifoml iu its huh, repuui lion and ciiculatiou In addtt iou lo i s u-uitl iun ti uty ant! variety of matter, i will publish original stories and novelette, aud, commencing with its iHsuv of liecember .''. will, each week, tor a year or longer, pHhlisii a series of LECTURES ON BIBLE HISTORY. delivered by Rev. Dr. Sti'art IIohinkon, rtvised by himself expressly for this pnjier. 00,000.00 luI?rcsouts among us subscribers. All who wish to avail theni-el ve of t he opportninty of securing a gifi, ort h se eial hundred dollurs can do so by send inu in their i ubscrtptions prior to that time. (treat inducements to subscribers and agents. Circulars, w ith full particulars, posters and speci men copies, sent gratis on application. Address. COfHIERJOfRSAL COMPANY. Louisville, Ky. THE BEST OFFER EVER MADE. flXClXXATI "weekly e.wirer THE A N D A EEAUTIFUL CHBSM0JEEJIITJ2: FCS $2. VSKING A HI.KS.SINU. A beautiful p ctnre iu Pi color. IVxii inches. Sells al re. an for 7.V. HO I's It HOLD I'KTS. A handsome picture in Is colors, I'Zx 17 iiichen. fells for oo itl retail. Kither one of the above and the Weekly Kiuimrer for one ear will be seut to subscribers Who remit im f-'.im direct DE SOTO DISCOVERING THE MISSISSIPPI. A splendid picture in 21 colors. si.e Pix.'tl j inches, sells ut retail lor $ 15.ii. This picture and the Week ly Kni Hirer fur one year sent to any asdresi for ft no. Agents who send ten names a d? mil ran haven copv tit ' lie sot ti Discovering 1 h- M ississlppi," a nd each subscriber a choice ot either ol the tirst two Chromos. snbscrii ers receiving Chromos are not con ted in other premium clubs THE ENQUIRER ALMANAC GRANGERS' MANUAL FOR 1874 Will be sent tree to every subscrioer received since April 15, Is7:t. At dresall letters to FA KAN fc Mt-LE N. Cincinnati, Ohio. if - r U i i f r TWEIiVK OOL.L.ARS i to ttgents til eithrr sex. H H 12 KVKIIV DAV old or young 1 fl Ihisiness very pleasant. A. MAKKS A: CO., 1 f) 1 Toledo, Ohio. 1 FOR HONEST MEN AND WOMEN even where, f Ml io $10 per week. No Interrupt'on to ordlntry hmiines'. Address, box 3t)64, Cincin nati. V. O.. Ohio. " TJSYCHOMANCY, or soul charming." How J either sex may fascinate and gain the love and affections of any person they chisise instantly This simple mental acquirement all can possess, tree, by mail, for ZS cents, together with a marri ate guide, Egyptian oracle, dreams, hints to ladies. A queer htok. im,0i sold. Address. T. WILLIAM fe CO,, pubs.. Philadelphia. ANY ONE j sending us the address of ten persona (will receive, free, a beautiful chronio and in jtnictions how to pet rich, post-paid. City I Novelty Co, 108 South Eighth nt., I'hila, I'a. CTPIJCT ' I'n-etual beamy. New scientific OLUllL I discoveries. Particulars free. Ad dress, s,UUtb western Agen y, Carthage, Missouri. WAN I ED Farmers, mechanics and others, to travel; salary guaranteed or commission, luerperieuced men clear (I dailv. VKKNEK &. CO.. box 112, Chicago. W05IEN'. men, tlrls and boys wanted to sell our French and American Jewelry books, games, etc. No capital needed. Catalogue, terms, eic, sent free. P. O. Vickery tt Co.. Augusta. Me, RAH AGETS wanted for two splendid and rapid QUU Belling pictures. Big prontB gnarrauteed. Address, wi'h stamp, v. F. isuokt, 7i3 vlive street, St Louis, Mo. Cy PER DAY commission or f'iO a week aal ary, and expenses We otter it anil will pay it. Apply now. O. W khbkk A l o.. Mhrioii. O- $18 a day puarranteed to aents. O. M. Sclli vas .t I'o. 8 St. Paul street, Baltimore Md. SI 5 PKH .'AY. 1.000 mjents wanted. Send stamp Ilemly flxetl for tig. Any one can apply It. lit nut If ii I and dutable. Alo painter', nrllata mitt wnx flower xuateilala of eTery ktnl. Vlntlow-tln. oll. varnlih, nrnaliea. asli, iloor, blliuls, yon ill tit c-Jieap II you hnv 13 orll Colics anreet, Ka.l.vllle, Tea... ;AUTIIlKR. The Becclier- The Great Sensation. M. UJ litlVUtl a fllll anii reiiuble history of this greatest seandal by one who knows, wit h comprehensive biographical sketches of all ttarties interestetl; abtmnding with Wn. t .llxill incitlenta. anecdotes and interviews 11 llf III 111! 1 1 never lb.re published; full history II VVUUUU,,, the w.MKihull Utopia." The O J 1 Fketeh of Heeeherjronounced the iNl Ul(lll best ever written. What prominent MVU11UUII nil men and women have to say of this seandal. All alrOiit it written FOR A(iE.TS bv a well known author. Xil offensive to the most fastidi ous: atK.ut 4iK) page, llhistrated. The IJrf-nteHt "elIinK Hook Kvfr Ottered C'anvatier. Kxclusivo Territory. It is rapidly liiling up. Vou must secure it Jtotc. liijr comuiission. Honnd prtw jiectitR, canvassing ttot.k and ty.mpiete outfit sent on reeeiptof feventv-Five Cents. Circulars, terms, etc.. free. Address now THE i'.KYEItLY COMPANY, WaUuih Ave. anil 22d SU, CmcAGt), 111. tilVEN AHAl-Ht tir.,.l p i.J ri,ni Cromo aii, fibyl2incbri, worth $10, f4to very fur BOliR TALK.'' No oompetltioo the mott mnia Coml.ln Uon Ter ottered. Areola r mfUoi! with npralile4 aoeeu Books KO(J Cromoo rrlj nil d-llvn-4 ttfi.fr. BJ tl.Ot lor Proopoctoo ko1 Cromo rD a KHiPuri ootfi, uiT ta-oooaro urrltory. Foil table of Codia o4 Term m n opoltotloa. adlreoo Tbo UNION PCBLL5BINQ OO. fflttiri r CtaetaaEtl. Ob Krorr Orwaw aoauiowtly (waul burr or Dr. iroate'a woaJtrful wiri.w ' rtii Great Fortunes, and How They Were Hade. An elegant Book, by J. D. McCabe. 40 eminent Uvea, aud etich life a lesson. 2 hrilling in interest, and til trur. lieautifully illustrated : oriiuul engravings. AGENTS WANTED AunJYZ t-n'irirtU Krquimi. ho puu mean twine. t Then Ber.d and get our A'xrt Tt-rmn. K. II A N N AKOKI S CO.. r-ublioh.rs, 177 Went Fourth Street. Cincinnati. 'TN. r" r? emri1fy SHIO Agents wanted. Bend for circular. Domestic Sewing MacMne Co., N. Y mmi0 THEA- NECTAR f With the ttret-n Tea i-'lavor. warrantea io suit an ihs:c J"or sale e eryw here. And for sale wholesale only by the i-ireat Atlantic t Pacific Tea Co.. 1K1 Fultou et., cor. Chnrcii St.. V. P. O. Boi Vins. Hend for Tbea -Nectar circular RICH FARMING LANDS ! FOR SALK VKHV CHKAP ! The Best Investment ! No Fluctuations ! Always Improving in Value ! The wealth of the country is made by the advance in real estate. NOW IHTHKTIME!' MI I.T.IO.Ws of acres of the finest lands on the c-oi l i rvt . In eastern NVIirnski. nt.w fur Nj.le uiHiiy ot them itevwr itel'ore itl tlie uiaiktt, at prices thai defy competition. Vive ami Ten Venn Credit Uli-en, -vlth litierckt at Sii per Cent. The land crant bonds of th company taken at par for lands. 1 hey can now be pniehased at a larire discount. Kull particulars civen : new guide with new Insps mailed tree, bv addressiue. O. K. I'A Vis. land comm i.-bitun r. V. 1. P..K., Omaha, Nebtaskii. THE a?XJH3331r MIXjIj. ftlHK best mill nianufac 1 turpi) for WHEAT FLOURING, CORN MEAL And Stork Feed Grindin?. fend for circular and list. Address. A. W. WIN ALL A CO.. 27 2, Central avenue, Cincinnati Ohio. Ctisliing's II AN UAL cf PASUA1ISI TASY PSACTICE. RULES of proceeding and debate in deliberative assemblies. An indispensable band book for every member of a de iberative body, aud the an thorny in all the s ates. " The most an t hoi native expounder of American parliamentary law." (Vim tinutrr. Price, (io rents, sent by mail o-i receipt of price. Address, TIIOMI'SOX. J1HOWX & CO., Boston. Mass. in YOUE wa PVSE CH.Nts it.r Km mm ELEVEN ENTIRELY NEW SISES. NEW YOliK, 1873-1. WEEKLY, SEMI-WEEKLY, AND DAILY. THE WEEKLY SUN ia too widely known to require any extended mroninu'mla tion; but tlie reasons wliich Lave already given it fifty thousand subscribers, and which will, we hope, give it many thousands more, are briefly ns follows: It ia a first-rate newspaper. All the news of the day will be found in it, con densed when unimportant, at full length when of moment, and always presented in a clear, intelligible, and interesting manner. It is a first-rate family paper, full of entertainingandinstructivereadingof every kind, but containing nothing that can offend the most delicate and scrupulous taste. It is a first-rate story paper. The best tales and romances of current literature are carefully selected and legibly printed in its pages. It is a first-rate agricultural paper. The most fresh and instructive articles on agricultural topics regularly appear in this department. It is an independent political paper, belonging to no party, and wearing no col. lar. It fights for principle, and for the election of the best men to otiice. It es pecially devotes ita energies to the exposure of the great corruptions that now weaken and disgrace our country, and threaten to undermine republican. institutions altogether. It baa no fear of knaves, and asks no favors from their supporters. Jt reports the fLhions for the ladies, and the markets for the men, especially the cattle markets, to which it pays particular attention. Finally, it iB the cheapest paper published. One dollar a year will secure it for anv subscriber. It is not necessary to get up a club in order to have THE WEEKLY SUN at this rate. Any ono who sends a single dollar will get the paper for a year. THE WEEKLY SUN. Eight 1'agee, fifty-tis Columns. Only f l.OO a year, no discounts from this rate. THE SEJIMVEKKLY SUN.-- Same eize aa the Daily Sun, $2.00 a year. Adisconntot per cent, to Clubs or IO or over. TUB DAILV SUN. A large four pae newspaper of twenty-eight Colninna. Daily Circnlatio over 120,000. - All tlie news for !i cents. Subscription price. 5 0 cents a month , or $ a year. To CJhou of DOit oyer, a duwoont of 2 O per cent. A4drM, "ITS'IS SUN YrrH CHr. KEEP Y01 EEET WARM You will Have GOOD HEALTH. OTJE "STEW cs a it- WITH PATENT FOOT REST, IS UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED THE CHEAPEST AND BEST HEATING STOfE EVER jSIlOE. YERY EASILY MANAGED, ECONOMICAL IN FUEL, WITH AN EXCELLENT DRAFT AND GUARANTEED TO Giie Perfect Satisfaction Eierwiier" BOLD BY Excelsior Manufacturing Co., SAINT LOUIS. v-nri Its Cure. Carbolated Cod Liver Oil Is a scientific combination of two well-known medl-ciiM-s. Its theory "5s first to arrest the decay, then huild-'npthe system. Physicians find the doctrine t or rect. TliQXeally stanliiii; cures performed by rt ill sou '8 OU are proof. ....... Oirbolu- Aciii i-oxitirrh arrfst Trai. It 13 the Dlost. powerful antiseptic in the known world. F.n terincMntothecircuIation.it at om e prappb s witti corruption, aul decay ceases. It purifies the source 0iCnXurrr Oil is Xature's bit astiilant In resitting ConsuiDntion. Put up In larste weds-shiipftl lxttle, Iearitii; ttie invrntnr's ii;iiature. Htiti i Miltl li the iM-Kt l)russils. l'rt paredhy J. II.AVIL.L.!sV. 3 .lohn St.. New York. , . O'l'ni.r.I T KPSALL.f nit oo. tfBSTEK.v Agts: j jic11AKISON fc CO ST.Loi ia 0 g?"'iW HOME: THE GREAT F KM An STiK .HlRV.f, OF THE BLl'B l.i;.SS KKCilON OK KENTl'CKY. Ti-."te! rt a -ri'-li ttr. kfrvbaoic A rim, EducAtioD. Uaoufaj tuit. .'i'-ut''. ait-t l.iicranir-. Kurm-b-i i'mi-ti'"l iiif-rmatioa on r-rery l-ranch o? Agri'ul ttirrt, k.-ps iti reirs fni'r dvjfil cnurriUjic the lirrijm an -I li.'.iiiiJti; 'f Tnopnuirf. !rrtt HorM. Cattle, Ac. airl civt-j fluiiri? ni :in-l M w-fclliiiiT. tnakmc it out of lh-- l---t Family 1' tj-i s m t c ton nt i y. JicO eur, or 3 uioutLs for oO cems. Sj.t-cimt.-ii ct'pH'S t'xv. AJirt;. KAKMKKS iiuME JOURNAL. IMnirtou. Kt. AGENTS WANTED FOR THE HISTORY OF THE GRANGE MOVEMENT FARMER'S WAR AGAINST MONOPOLIES. Bein a full and authentic account of tlie Mrug Cles of the American farmers acainst the ex tor lions of the rai road conip:tnico. w ith a h'stury of the rse snd p oeres 01 ti e order of Patrons of Husbandry: itsorj.ots i-nd I'topecls. It se Is at sii;ht. t-cml for siecimeii pag-s and terms to ae nts, and se whv it sells fa fer than anv other b. ok. Addre-s. NATIONAL ITfil. ifc-IJ 10 CO., Cincinnati, t)hio, or Memphis, Tenn. f HES writing to advertisers please mention the name ot this paper. "No 7 s. . lj. DE. WHITTIER,6lI,8tLlSo8u- Longest engaeed and most smt-eiisfnl physician of the Ke. (.'oifiiltation or pamphlet free. Call or vrlte Just puhlisheil for t l:e In-netli of yooni mci xii hi. -te. from iiervoi.sness. .leoitity . etc.. a Lrr rw ol -iHirm for iw-i -hjiiip: a OODK. J tti the --lyUjQ. I yw u suit. r -I tart"