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FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD.
Furiu Hints. The hay product of the United States has more than trebled in the lost thirty years. It is Baid that over twenty thousand cows are kept for dairy purposes within a radius of twenty miles of Wheaton, 111. Twenty horses die in New York city every day, which gives a total of more than 6,000 a year. Their carcasses are sent to the rendering companies. . Central New York farmers estimate ' that, with average culture, good soil and manure, the cost of producing wheat is seventy-two to seventy-eight cents per j A witness in a Catskill law offioe do-' scribes the poverty of a field of corn as follows: " The crop was so stunted and short that the toads could sit on their ! haunches and pick bugs off the tassels. '? If your-hens are inclined to eat their | eggs give them a liberal dose of cold " lard chopped up in pieces as you would 1 mince-meat. This was told me by a 1 lady friend, who said it cured her hens 1 of this habit. ' One speaker at tfte Maine agricultural ( society meeting confessed ttiat he "used 1 to chase the creatures around the barn j 1 with a pitchfork, and thought the devil I * was ,in the cows; but he discovered by j 1 treating them kindly that the devil was j 1 in himself instead." 1 A cholera remedy is named by a corre- \ spondent of the American Rural Home > as follows: This disease is very easily < treated as follows: For fifty fowls take 1 two quarts oi wheat bran and stir into a i pot of boiling water; add one teaspoonf ul of saleratus, one ditto of black pepper; stir it all together and place it where all the fowls can get some?the hotter the better. Grinding tools calls for the exorcise of ( great judgment in the determination of the angle, and skill in handling so as to ; j secure a true edge. Workmen make a | mistake in grinding down to the edge. ; * This should never be done unless it is | 1 nicked or otherwise rendered irregular, 1 as the grindstone leaves a -rough edge 1 which must be cut away by the oil stone. ' By grinding well down to the edge, i wit'iout reaching it, the iron is given the i required shape, and a very little rubbing < on the oil stone will produce a good ] keen edge. ; , Barkwheat Tor Orchard*. 1 For some reason buckwheat, which is 1 not much of a crop in itself, is found to 1 be just the thing for growing in ' orchards. The dense shade afforded by 1 the plant keeps the ground light and friable, and this tendency is further in- ! creased by plowing under the green buckwheat at least onoe a year. If the ] orchard is old it is as well not to try to i grow the grain, but keep a succession of , growths through the year to be turned ' ( under when in blossom. Buckwheat is i usually cheap, and needs only half a ! bushel per acre for seed. If allowed to ripen a crop occasionally, what is accidentally scattered will furnish sufficient seeding. Tins is the cheapest mode of keeping large .orchards in good condition, as the grand requisite is to keep the soil, especially the surface soil, loose. uiover injures the growth of young trees, and it takes two yeirs to get a crop ready to plow under. A new advantage of buckwheat is that when rightly managed it becomes an aid in fighting the codling moth. If the trees are kept emootli and no chance for a lodgment of the. worm on the trunk, many will hide in the stalks of buckwheat. Plowing the ground just before 1 winter sets in destroys the enemy, as it 1 winters in the pupa state, and cannot 1 live in contact with moist earth. Where ; all the loose stuff, weeds, and rubbish are plowed under, just before freezing, i thousands of the codling moth are destroyed, thus greatly lessening the evil ; , the following season. This has been | practically tested by apple growers of the Grand Traverse (Michigan) region, I who find buckwheat the best crop to keep their orchards in good condition. Plowing orchards late in fall, or during winter when the weather is warm enough, is advisible wherever it can be done. Hprlna MMKKllona. * , A great many farmers imperil their j i 'crops by heeding before the ground is in ] proper condition to reoeive seed. No i matter if the season is lute, it does not < Hr to sow seed upon cloddy, lumpy, ; f-pulverized soil. There is no seed , that we know of that should be sown upon ground in such condition. Seeds ( cannot, germinate, in the first -if ; sown among a mass of clods and lumps 1 of north. The soil must be line and ' compact about the seed in order to in- ( sure germination. If, by chance, a por- 1 tion of the seed does get properly cov- 1 ered, it will not make a healthy, rapid 1 growth for want of proper soil in which ! to extend its roots. Early seeding under i such conditions retards the growth, re- < suits in a loss of seed, and the plants are 1 never so healthy and fruitful as when the seeding is delayed until the sand-bed is in proper condition. Make haste 1 slowly, therefore, in sowing seed?that 1 1 is, make all possible haste after the ground is in proper oondition, but not < before. i It is better to buy roots, even potatoes, if the farmer has not got them, to feed with hay and grain to his stock 1 through the spring months until the ' ground gets settled and the gross is mrown sufficient for pastures than to turn j the cattle, on the pastures or meadows where they only get a sufficient taste of fresh herbage to destroy their appetite ; for dry food. Roots are wholesome, a necessity to animals fed with dry food; end if judiciously fed they promote both the health and thrift of the animals. ( 3m.?It is not safe to remove hives < of bees from April to December any dir- : tanoe short of a mile, as many are liable i to return to their old location azid axe i lost. A good hive of bee* should be ; tilled about three-fourths full of bees, as they axe paoked between the combs, and should have in April fiotfees then ten 1 pounds of h aey to render' fchmr pros- 1 perity sure. This oombs and bee-bread J in s hive often weigh ten or fifteen i pounds, so that must be taken into ac- \ oount in thegsoss weight of the hive. ] "Ma, when is a gridcSe-oake in- 4 habited!" " Wbv, my dear, when there l to a little Indian ul U, C ' ' 1 //~ '''-1 - ~ ' *''? ? SUMMARY OF NEWS. Item* of Interest fro in Home and Abroad The yellow fever is raging in Havana. On he Spanish iron-olada in the harbor much atality exists The government of Hanat Domingo will make a demand of $5,000,000 of he United States for the letter's armed interrention in support of Daez It is claimed hat Costino is at the head of the Mexicans engaged in raiding in Texas, and that his band of nnrderers numbers 1,500 meu fully armed. The London Times, reviewing the Moody ind Sankey revival, considers the movement ransitory, although long to be remembered as i curious feature of religious life The lumber of Spanish soldiers slain by tho vomilo lince the Cuban war began is twenty-fold that vhich has fallen by native steel and lead lovernor Porter, of Tennessee, has pardoned ir.Rl.f. Rutalnr ? 1? 1 # r*> >^vw?v i^vuiavvt VUllik, H UU H iK5 UlJl^ ft IUW recks ago sentenced to five years in the penientiary for marrying his former wife grandlaughter Many of the volunteers arriving n Cuba from Spain are Carl is t prisoners, who, ifter being captured, prefer Cuba to home prisons.... A destructive fire with loss of life >ccurred at Buffalo, N. ? McCartney, re;ently arrested in Texas charged with counterfeiting, has been the means of sending over :wo hundred persons to the penitentiary for lisposing of his bogus money... .United StateB Minister Woodburne is trying to get the French people interested in the Centennial, but has iard work of it, as Frenchmen do not take x> expositions to any groat extent!.. .Since the issue of General Cabrera's manifesto to the Car lists 244 officers have left the service of Don Carlos and entered France. Of these line were generals. A terrible case of fanaticism is now undergoing investigation in Cuba. A mother, believing she was acting by the orders of the spirits, tore out the eyes of her son, and afterward attempted to tear out her own. This she did openly, as a solemn sacrifice, in the presence of the other women of the family, who prayed in a loud voice while it was going in. All the parties have bef-n arrested, and ire now on trial A discussion between two miners on the labor question at Feckville (Pa.) resulted in a fight, in which one of them lamed Patrick 81avin was killed...... .In t|ie Cincinnati charter election the Democrats were successful by majorities ranging from 1,000 to 1,000 At the Annapolis (Md.) elections riot took place, at which a number of persons wore baldly hurt P. T. Barnnm, the showman, was elected mayor of Bridgeport (Conn.) it the late elect on The supposed yellow fever at Key West is believed by physicians to have been another disease The new Canadian postal law takes effect from the 1st of May instead of the 1st of August as originally anticipated The steam boiler of the Delano iron works, Syiacose (N. Y.)j exploded, killing one man and sorionsly injuring several pthers At a meeting of the stockholders of the American Steamship Company at Phila (lelplua tno annual report was road, showing that the receipts for the past year had exceeded the ordinary expenses by $147,900 James H. Ingersoll, sentenced Novembrr 28, 1873, to five years' imprisonment for forgery n the second degree, has been pardoned by Governor Tilden, of New York. Ingersoll was connected with the Tammany ring. In one day the papers reported no less than six cases of snicide in different sections of the United StateB In the election disturbances at Annapolis, Md., one man was killed and nine others injured The departments in Washington are preparing to make a creditable display at the Centennial ...Mr.Young's Naturalization bill has passed the Dominion House of Commons. It entitles Germans naturalized in Canada, after a residence of five years, to all the rights and privileges of British subjects in any part of th j world as fully as if British sub jects by birth A bill is before the New York Legislature providing for the appointment by the Governor of seven commissioners to represent, without pay, the State at the Centennial exhibition in Philadelphia. The bill appropriates $25,000 to be used in aiding the exhibitors from thatState George W. Wunder, aged seventeen years, entered a hotel elevator in Baltimore, and while asceudinc I instantly killed, hie head being crushed between the top of the elevator and the ceiling. The Rome correspondent of the Paris Journal dei Debatx says that the Pope will take up his residence in the United States if it should become impossible for him to remain in Rome, and says it was with a view to such % possible emergency that Archbishop McDloekey was elevated to the Gardinalate It is stated that the pardon of James H. Ingerjoll by Governor Tilden, of New York, was granted on Ingersoll's turning State's evidence against the old Tammany ring. His revelations are believed to implicate persons against whom no proofs have hitherto been obtained and disclose the existence of a large amount of property which the city can secure The vote for Governor in Connecticut stood 53,785 for [ngersoll, Bern., 44,303 for Greene, Rep., and 2,756 for Smith, Temperance. The Congressional delegation shows three Democrats and one Republican ; a Democratic gain of two. The State Legislature is Democratic. The New York court of appeals has amended the roles governing the admission of attorneys at law in that couit by adding thereto the following: "Or furnish to the supreme court other satisfactory evidence of fitness, character, and qualifications under this role." The Republicans elected their citv tieW* Leavenworth and Topeka, Kannae..The report, ending with March, showa that the rate of mortality of the white population of Washington, D. C., was 19 34-100 per 1,000 per annnm, while the mortality of the colored population was nearly 49 per 1,000 for the eame period......The longshoremen of New York have made another strike The collegiate regatta will take plaoe at Saratoga July 13th. Fourteen crews will take part in it. The freshmen ?ae? will be rowed on the 13th, and the university race on the 14th The Democratic majority in the Connecticut House of Representatives is twenty-five ; in the Benate, nine By an explosion of giant powder in Sao Franaiaoo a number of people were killed by being buried in the ruins of a building. Herr ffcgl, editor of the ntlra-montane Vare iand of Muniefap who was reoently sentenced to imprisonment for publishing an article inaultng to Prince Bismarck, has been arreeteu by he Austrian authorities on the application of he German government Attachments lave been made under new suite against the . property of fm. M. Tweed in New York he. Ceaapas entersd UpoO, Spain, after a Ight, In wbleh he lost forty killed end wounded, rhdttasef the Gasttets is not known Pall 1 returns of the State election in Rhode Island gave the following vote: For Governor, Hazard, Independent Repnblican, 8,717, Lippitt, Regular Republican, 8,341; Cutler, Democrat, 5,1G9. For Lieutenant-Governor, Day, Independent Republican, 9,135; 8cieson, Regular Republican, 7,942; Pierce, Democrat, 6,121 The flour, grain and commission house of Howard Hinchman & Son, of Philadelphia, failed lately, their liabilities being placed at $100,000 The total vote for Governor in Connecticut was.: 53,785 Democratic; 44,301 Republican ; 2,809 Prohibition; and fourteen scattering, leaving a Democratic majority of 6,661. The total vote for Congressmen in the State was : 51,093 Democratic ; 47,311 Republican, and 1,909 Prohibition. The Democratic majority in this total vote is 1,867. The Lick Gift. The San Francisco Bulletin, speaking of the action of Mr. Lick in seeking to revoke his deed of trust, presents a different view of the matter from that expressed by most of the newspapers on the Pacific coast. It says that it does not appear that Mr. Lick lias repented of his benevolence, but that he believeB that he can revise the trust, make it more effectual, and administer some part of it during his lifetime. The property is valued at 85,000,000, and, consisting mostly of real estate, will greatly increase in value. The liulletin holds that the man by whose shrewdness, energy, and foresight this property has npnn * . At * ?.. ?iuuj uiivo me fttmity to give a more practical effect to bis donations than if the whole direction of these gifts should bo left to trustees. There is .another consideration of importance. It is said that good lawyers think that under the code, some of" the trusts created iu the Lick estate are void for want of any party authorized by law to take them, and it is almost certain that upon the death of Mr. Lick the validity of the gift in its original form wauld have been contested by his legal heirs. If an amicable . settlement with these heira can be made by Mr. Lick duribfc his' lifetime, that is something gained, and it may bo the means of preventing the whole trust from heir g set aside, as was done in the case of a trust -created by the late Horace Hawes, also of California, where the widow and relatives came in and took the whole property, save what went for lawyer's fees. Proverbs. Borrowed clothes never fit. Better go round than fall in a ditch. Better go alone than in bad company. . Be "blow to promise but quick to perform. Better to go to bed supperless than get up in debt. Cut your coat according to your cloth. Catch the bear before you sell his skin. Cllfirit.v h??ina at li""" U~t ? 1 j 0 m uuuiu, UUV UUCa UUl end there. Do not rip up old sores. Doing nothing is doing ill. Diligence commands success. Debt is the worst kind of poverty. Dependence is a poor trade to follow. Deeds are fruits, words are but leaves. Do unto others as you would have them do to you. Every couple is not a pair. Everything is good in its season. E very hotly's business is notoJy's business. False friends are worse than open enemies. Fortune knocks once at least at every man's gate. Fire and water are good servants, but bad masters. Great barkers are not biters. Great gain and little pain makes a man weary. Give a rogue rope enough and he will hang himself. " No Injun There." We are inclined to think that the frontiersmen, when they capture " bad Injuns," do not generally think it necessary to take their photographs, in order to their future identification. They seldom trouble their captors long, and are never reformed and then let go. Still, the chief in the following incident may be pardoned for his exultation over the white race: A band of Western Indians, visiting the Treasury department, were taken into the Secret Service division, where there nje numerous photographs of thieves, counterfeiters, etc.?men, women and boys, of all nations and colors, but no Indians. After looking over the entire lot, the chief, turning to his white escort, drew himself np proudly, and with a wave'of his hand toward the group of pictures, said: "Ugh I no Injun there!" p The Fxnns.?Many years ago, in. Paris, | Miss Porter, of Niagara Falls, was asked if she knew much about the Falls. "Yes," she replied, "I own them." This was substantially true, as most of the land on the American side, along the rapids and down to the cataract itself, was the property of the Porter family. Recently one-eighth of all the lands and 5remises on Goat Island was sold. by ane Townsend to Elizabetm. Porter f6r $51,325, and one-sixteenth part of the same property was sold to George M. Perth for $25,662.50. At this rate Goat Island is worth about $400,000. Patent Medicines. That there are some good patent medicines no intelligent man dare for a moment deny; and pre-eminent is the great California hero medicine, Vine gar Bitters, discovered by Dr. J. Walker, a prominent physician of San Francisco. This medicine, although called bitters, is not to be classed among the vile "fancy drinks" recommended' and sold over the bar by rum-venders, but is a combination of pure herbalistio extracts, known to possess sterling medicinal qualities, and is compounded without the use in any shape of spirits. Its action upon the internal system is not stimulating to the extent tliat alcoholic poison is, but it at once attacks blood impurities, and by removing the original cause destroys the germs of disease and invites returning health. It* %etion upon tho stpmgqh and liver renders it .an al? most certain specific* ih ' the most stub- , born case* of dyspepsia, surd in truth imparts Mw life and vigor to the whole s. system. It is one of the best, medicines ever invented. . . ' 'f? 0- i' * ' The Potato Bug. The Colorado potato beetle is a problem, the solution of which outweighs in importance many other questions. The Colorado potato bug first made its appearance in 1861 in the far West, and since that time has been gradually enlarging its sphere of action at the rate of sixty miles a year, which, unless it shall be checked, will bring the bug .to the Atlantic States about the year 1880. The beast is enormously prolific, and every fifty days he duplicates his family, which generally numbers about 1,200. Thus far no way of exterminating him has been discovered. Paris green will kill him. but unfortunately it kills the plant also on which he alights. So notorious is his character that the most strenuous exertions are employed to prevent him from entering England, Germany, and France. Every potato is met on the frontier and rigidly examined to soe that there is no bu? about it, and every stalk and loose particle of soil which accompanies it is removed and burned lest it should conceal some egg which might oourgeon villainously even in the new soil. The Colorado bugs travel in sucli vast aumbers that in one night they Will settle upon acres and acres of young potatoes and destroy tliem oil. They do not seem to take kindly to other plants, and therefore if they increase and multiply it is because they have this food. Possibly the planting of no potatoes for a year or two is the only way to eradicate the dreaded bug. A wash that would usually take all day with ordinary soap, can be done in three hours, with Dobbins' Electric soap< made by Cragin & Co., Philadelphia), and it cannot iujure the finest fabric. Try it. ?Com. A Reward. When a happy mother in England is thrice blessed, when she has 44 triplets," she receives the Queen's bounty pf three sovereigns. This is only, of course, if she is in a position to need pecuniary assistance ; and it lias just been .refused to a claimant, in Warwickshire, upon the ground of her belonging to the upper ten. It is necessary that the three 44 little strangers " should be all alive in order to receive this donation, but there is no restriction as to sex. So rare, however, is- a phenomenon of this kind that even the chance of doublets has been ascertained to be less than one per cent. I kuow an eminent physician of London, who, having satisfied himself of this fact, has received for many years a pound from each of his married friends whenever there was an increase to their families, upon the understanding that he was to pay a huudrodif tho increase was in duplicate, and he lias made quite a little fortune out of this compact, and never had to pay a penny. Theodore Thomas, of Thomas' or chestra, tliau whom there is no higher musical authority in the world, says there are nt> other cabinet or parlor organs equal to those made by tho Mason & Hamlin Organ Go., and that musicians agree with him in this opinion. *' Squirrels.?Governor Pachecho, ol California, publishes a letter received by him from a firm of paint-brush manufacturers, suggesting that he offer a reward for the skins of the squirrels which have become such a nuisance in the rural districts of his State. 'I he tails of the little animals, it is said, furnish what is known as " camels's hair" in the brush business, and a market can be found for all that the farmers and their boys can procure. For All Female Complaints, in young or old, married or single, at tlio dawn of "womanhood or the change of life. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription manifests 6uch a positively remedial inflneuco as to call forth the loudest praise from all who use it. Mr. John A. Kimzev, druggist, of Knob Noster, Mo., writes as follows: "Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.?Dear Sir?Your medicines sell better than any other I keen, and give universal satisfaction. The people are especially delighted with vour Favorite Prescription, and it seems to be a favori'e among all that have ever used it." It is sold by druggists and dealers in medicines.?Com. A Hint to the Working Man.?a man with a family, however poor he may be. owes it to Lis wnfe to save her health and strength in every way poeeiblo. He has no right to allow the mother of his children to wear her life out toiling with her needle to clothe her family. His duty is to buv the Wilson Blmttle sewing machine, the beet machine for family sewing and manufacturing purpoeee over invented, and he can buy the Wilson machine upon temiB whioh enable him to fay for it in small monthly -installments, that he can spare out of his wages without feeling the drain. He will get, thereby, a machine capable of doing every variety of family work in the most beautiful manner ; a machine that even a child can operate, and which will prove a permanent family blessing. Machines will be delivered at any railroad station in this county, free of transportation charges, if orderod through the company's - branch house at $27 and 829 Broadway, N X They send an elegant catalogue and c^romo circular free on application. This company want a few moro agents. ?Com. *_ ' Oppression after eating, headache, nervous debility, are the effects of indigeetion, One, or two at most, of Parsons' Purgolive PiUs will give immediate relief.? Com. Bubnett's Oocoaitsb is the best and obeapeet hair dressing in the world.?Com. Johnson'8 Anodyne Liniment ihay be administered to children with perfect suocesi. In cases of cronp. whocr.ing cough, influenza, and almost any of the diseases to which they are liable.?Com. Peruvian Syrup. ? This valuable medioine has been silently making its way into publio favor by the numerous remarkable cures It has performed. Its singular efficacy is owing to the protoxide of iron wliicb in this preparation remains unchanged,- and is the / : i --L ,i-i !,-? - * * uiu^ ivua in Hiuvu una viwi eiememoi uenuiy Uood can be supplied. ? Com. ' Get the beet. - The beet Elastic Trnwr is Pomeroy'e, 744 Broadway, N. Y; Write for it. ?Com. Are You Aware that the PremoniToiUEa or CoRauxFTioN are oonghs, cold*, bronchitis, pains in the aide and cheat, diffienltiee of breathing, etc? If yon permit there symptoms to ran on .tubercles will be the result, and end in consumption. Now; if yon want to enre these diseases. use Al'en's Lung Balsam without deity.- For sale by all medicine dealers.?Com. "BUT MR, AND I?I.t, DO YOU OOOD." Of ail the modes of rlddio* the human oonsttluUoe-ef I aa parities of the blood, dyspepsia torpid Hear and Ha kindred (tleuww, none ia ao aucoeasful aa the uaa of Dr. liANHl.KYlw ROOT AND HERB RITTKHta. They aet aa a potent ton lis and aentie aperient , are mild to tl?eir operations. aafe under any rlrcuinetanc.ee, and thaiieends hare borne tdatlnirmy to the ben?ata they hare dertradTrotn their nee. They are fhe aefeat and beet ipHnu and aumautr medicine yei. ^covered. K^nt ? "HT Notice advertisement of the Zino Collar Pad. They have been thoroughly tested, and the guarantee of thia company is ?ood. Ask hardware dealers or harnees-makers or tliem.?Com. SMITH ORGAN C J Boston, IMCassi. Thru? Standard Instrument# Sold by Music Dealers Everywhere. Agents Wanted in Every Town. Sold throughout tho United States on tlia IN ST A LLAIBNT PLAN| That la, on a System of Monthly Payments. Purchasers should ssk for the smith AmzricaH OnoAN. Catalogues end full psrtlcuUrs on application. pMAMLEgSSse XO cents for Book firing the secret* and xpUlnin* . ^ Vo?r pwylnK \ n vestment of the day. Addreee Bo* I olw, Nhw York. NEED! 9 V-i t" ? n n M m mbout one-half the ! ! Sw Bi ! wF usual rates by order, tng direct. Singer's, 40 eta. per doe.; Wheeler k Wilson, GO eta.; Howe's, 60 eta.; Orover A Baker, >5(1 eta.: and others In ptoportTon. Inclose the amount and Needles will be returned 1 by first mall. Address, DEFIANCE NFEDI.E CO., . (W8 Broadway, New Yorh. 1 | kf ^ The best. All Colon. One Wafer I [wl Ba mnkes 3 ounces. Sample and Circu ^ " lars mailed for lO cents snd stamp by DEFIANCE NEEDLE CO.. G68 Broadway, N._Y. Dry Ktrnm dries lumber In 2 days; cores Cheese and wami? Houses cheap y H. G. Bt'LKUI, Cleveland. O. FOtt VAI.UABEE INFORMATION address It. M. HARRIS. Box 0160, Boston. Mass. DUNHAM ft MANOS. HI il Dunham it Sons, Manufacturers, Wkrnrnnmc 48 CtHUih CImbI I [Established ISM.] NSW YORK. | _ S*n<ifo} Illustrated Circular and Price List. ATTENTION, OWNERS OF HORSES. fr Ask vonrHarness Makcrfor ! Bfaw - Afjk the fcINC COLLAR PAD. j Be ^T'CS^. They a\ a warrantea to euro YR \'^-3R?tanflKfl3?H nnv sure neck on horso or A4\ \ - ^ mule, or money refunded, if . JJf primed directions are folC _-^^r Jowcd. Bend 15c. forsainnle. Zinc Collar Pad Co., bolo ^^ansTTCS*^ iiunnrfrs. Buchanan. Mich. I (ti Moore, Wrelti dk (!o.,flror/r?, Hurt/or.# O.."iv?Hon Fontn taken the lead nf all Bread Prepara| tlons. Our sales are four-fold what I they were a year ago." All like It. llnnforth, Scadder ?V Co . rrr^lY) crorm, JJnsfim, My :?" Hare Bold I lytBw l I , your Sen Fount forth* past three W VAtSw/sr / years with perfect satisfaction to all lyfwj-yggAj who have brai|bt It." "Its economv I M is wonderful ;oneyear's saving* will I (sfaTrH.lJ buy a cow." Send for Circular to L)MI<SVf GEO. K. < ANTZ A CO.. ^^Safl20 17(1 lloane St.. NcwYork. $Hf AUTTIV tx)R AOENT8 In our ten New Inllll KT Novelties. Just out. Needed In UAVlYli A every house Sample and circulars free by mail. H. B. WHITE A CO.. Newark. N J Iknn'l Co Went. Fruit Farms, EasternShoro, MaryI land, cheap. 1U hrs. to New York. RE. A Steamers, lid Winters. Healthy Climate. Schools and Churches. Address for Catalogue. J. C. PLOMMrn. Cambridge.Md. (by) (* PKK DAY Commission, or 830 a week 8a) VpdJtJ try and Ripenaes. We offer it and will pay lT appHUsw. ft WEBBER A CO.. Marion. O. In Actual Use: MORE THAN 55,000 i Estey Organs; MANUFACTURED TK( % J. ESTEY & CO., BRATTLEBORO, VT. fir- Se.uk ton Ii.i.f6trati:n Cataumicb. Iowa R. R. Land Co. lias for sale 1,500,000 Acre, of Railroad Lands In tho Middle Region of Western Iowa. BETTICH LANDS AT CHEAPER PRICES than can he found elsewhere within civilization. No grasshoppers. No ague. No Indians. Average credit Crico Ijjo. and gU per more. Start right! Call or send > the Company's office, HU Randolph Street, Chicago, and obtain lull Information and how to roach the lands free. For maps and pamphlets, with prices and terms, address Iowa Railroad Land Co., Chicago, or Cedar Rapids, Iowa. JOHN B. CALIIOIIN, Lund Commissioner. mm AM Of the Prettiest Carrie you ever saw, M W with your name handsomely printed on I I theffi, sent, post-paid, upon receipt of i?0 cents. Yonr friends will all want them when they seeyonrs. Address, W. C. CANNON. 4(1 Knewfantl 8treet. Boston. Mass. WHISKFP S Yw llluliillvM those wishing to raise Beard or Mustache. De leaseps " Vlgorine," prepared only In Paris. Rach Package warranted and sent by mall on i receipt nf Ml.OO. Samples mailed for 15 eta. Address , J. P. FRtSlvHN. Snl? Importer. Jersey Clly. N. J. >1 4 OK NTS. Chang Chang sells at sight Necessary as f\ soap. Hoods free. Chang OhsngMTg Oo., Boston. UREl! OF ('IIAltlaK, a Prescription that any , [ .1 Druggist will i,nt no !,.? i. - o?in- - - r -CI -"> we VVWIMT9 VyUIfJ in Opium Hating anil Drunkenness. Address. t'rmr. J. F. WIGOIN. Charlcetown. Mass. |I*O>) A DAY. Aronts wanted, male and female. CP ^ & Address Kuroka Co.. Buchanan. Mich (SiOAA a month to agents everywhere. Address OiiUlf KXOKLHlOKM'ynOO..Bnohanan.Mlrh EVKRY FA HI II. Y WANTM IT. Money In It. Bold by Agents. Address M. H. LOVKI.I.. Krie.Ps. OPIUM Habit Cured A certain and sure euro, without Inconvenience : and at home. An antidote that stands purely on Iti ' own merits. Bend for my quarterly magazine (ft 1 co*t? you nothing), contalnlnpscrttflcates of hundreds .! ?', !;nvo been permanently cured. I claim to have discovered and produced the tibst, onioiXAL ajtd only k)sk cuba fob ofiuz xatino. ^ai. et ... CCLIilKS, La Porte, lad* This new Trues Is worn with perfect e o m f o rt flfELASTIC* RWff | L T BV8B. Mm the body. retaining Rio. tare under the Esideit exercise or serai est ?t rat i W^WTi^S^HbrarTr until permanently enrvd. % h^emny m f^old cheap by the \J' v>^ Elastic Truss Co., No. 083 Broadway. N. Y. City, j and sent by malt Call or send far Olronlar. an 1 t?e cored (Jkrr PZ A WKEli. Agents wanted everywhere. For CP I ?> on (At 26c. Fritch A Wat.Kits Peyton. Ohio (SiOAA and expenses a ne.uth to agents. Address CP^lVlF A. L. JtTODDARD. Jowesvllle, Mich. _ 1 he Improved Harms Washing Machine. ' /V . B 140,000worth In 3 years, ?Kn4-VoM hwA snd give universal eatUfsc1II ViptlMI tlon. It wsshea ell sire* of |fl elethlng. Including Bed i VMHQ f j ** .t<T* Hpreerts.orlaoe Collars.with . ?nt 'n'ar'' ***" dneen shirts | | 17 Wf 111 clnrtlnjr tied wrLtbende. I II m Ul Power Mechlnae for LeonI / ' 'iV.1 ul drt?? to nrr1?r. Kor deecrlpKl Continued or BeMetfcmal Htortea In the IV O months for only 50 conU. A SpecUi Agont ws-nlod for each town,to whom wo furnish Advortlsio* focUlUoo and good pfy. H. K. QURTIfl. Pnhllshor. Boston. Msoo. A N. F. BURNHAM'S TLUBKJK Water Wheel sasassess ggl Dr. ?J. Walker's Calilbrnfiv.Vinegar Hitters are a purely Vcgetnblo preparation, niad.o chielly-from tu^ native herbs round.on tlic lower ranges of the Sierra Nevada mountains of California,, the mcdfeinal properties "of whicb arc extracted therefrom without tho uso of Alcohol. ' Tho question is- almost daily asked. ' What is tho jcause of tho unparalleled success of Vixkgak Bit......... ?>> i. ?!...* ?!., ~ H'ilWS I VIIL tllionui IO| I 11 < I L I 111; J' iUUIUVU the cuu80 of disease, niul'tlie patient recovers his health. They are tlid'great blood purifier and nJifc-giving principle, a perfect Renovator and Invigorator of the system. Never, before in. the history of" the world'lias a medicine, becu compounded possessing the' rciharkablo qualities of Vixwiar BirrnKS-.m healing the eick of every disease man is heir-to. They are a gentle Purgative as well as a Tonic, relieving Congestion or Inflammation of the. Liver aijp Visceral Organs in'Bilious Diseases . < The properties of Dp. Walker's VinkuarBittkbs are \ perient. Diaphoretic, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-irritant Sudorific, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious. ... * U. II. McDOVALD & -CO.. t Prnppists and Gon. A eta.. San Francisco. Callfnrala* and cor. of Woahiacton mid Charlton S.to.. N, y. . Hold >> all nrug^laU'aiiil Drojcn. N. Y. N. U.-No. :1?- J ' CDII C DC V nr I'lTS cured by lh? use of Rom CrlLLrO I Kviucptic Rfmf.hfh. Trial pack DMMHr1- ace trrr. phr clrculure.-ttvidence o suocess. etc. . add res* ROSS BROS..'Hictunond.Ind. Cf* 1 S9fl PHR DAY at home'. Terms free. Ad drees Oao^gTOWgg k Co., Portland. Ma bold lo Ml by Drmcats, as ctuu sad upwards. . . . . Sj^Jj^?HO^UNaPISTOK^rKEVO L Y?BS,, Of any and erery klad. Send slan.u fsr Callings*. Address Srssl Wrtlira Css^^K] ssd rui?i Wsrks. riTfiiuaaa, t PORTA EL.E ^ SODA FOUNTAINS $40, $60, $76, & $100.. ' : GOCE, DURABLK, AND OHKAP Shipped Ready for ljeq. . _ Manufactured by CHAKHAn ?fc CO., .Madison, liid. I Sand for a OaUlnmiu J II C X MONEY IN IT KIJKE! Joatont MO I Useful, Handmntr! Cheap. Sells cve.y THE where. A rare chance. Also, BOOK NEW MAPS. CHARTS. Etc. CY2U ?ur n?"? 'hart, (' II It 1ST IAN A EVJ ( It A4.-EN, Is a splendid succeaa. Cln * clnnatl prices same aa New York. Bond CI7T T fortertns to K.CThRIDUMAN.S BareOJCjI-ilj lay SU.N.Y., A 17? W. <th St..Otn..O. m AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.?Ths choioest In the world?4mporters' prices?largest Company In America?staple article?please* everybody?trade Increasing?best lpducemonta ?don't waste time?eend for Clrenlar. to ROBERT WKLI.8. 43 Veeey Street. New York. P. O. Bos 13287. . $10 PER DAY SrtGfes '? (Jelebrs* ' ed Visiting sqd Business Cards, the l>?St In the world. 732 magnificent samples to begin work with sent for 325 ' * eta. Address 11. C. MANLKY, Fashionable Engraver, 31<> Washington Street, Boston. Mass. . . y A m 9325 PEIC DAY?Send for "Chroino ?J>1U catalogno. J. H. BUKFORD'8 SONS. Boston. K ^ A MONTH?Agents wanted eviry-' Wa r/*^| I where. Business honorable and flrmtolaas. Particulars tent free. Address' WORTTl a CO.. St. bonis. Mo. JBMUOK AO E NTS U'ANTEII BBhewbookTELL IT ALL Vfl By Mrs. Stenhocas ot Salt lake City, fcr Jt" years the wilc.of a Mormon High Pi lest. Its aV*^Hlroduction by Mrs. Stone. This story of -y woman's experience lays tiare the "hidden me,* ^ mysteries, secret doings, etc. of Hw MormonA at 1 "wifU-mocdn woiikih srrs them."- Bright. Pure ^HHfand Good, it is the bed new book out. actusuV orerjtowinq with good things for all. It la popular iwtl where, with everybody, end ouhrll* all other books three ' ante Ministers say " Vud sj/cnf if." Eminent troWiSTt > endorse lb Everybody wants it i and agents art celling Iron lOtoSOadsyl Both thunmiul note inprectj V. want 5,000:aore tru.ty agents NOW?men or women- nl we will mall On tat Free to those who will canvass. Lai ? pamphlets with full particulars, terms, etc. srsl/rre 5a JtIrtrtrais A 1 Vf?T *\r-"? ''?' The Way of Wome, t" Pror, J. V. C. SMITH, M. D., aos ef lha most r#m*rk?bU book* cvsr Issued from the American pie*. Dr. llall says. uKtiry Ca Arras ia a men mink ojr ixroayation." Tbs N?w York .Vorld w It ia a book ruu. or sound insokmatiojc ros . * othmui." Dr. Moths, tfcocslebratsd French pbjslclan,says, ** Kvsnr rAr.a m wiriAT, tiik cmArr is miming.* A *r?nd dp portutmy for agents to iu?ke looney J WIIY SIT 8TII J,, com* pL'.inlcgofhard time*! ThU b-ok will a?U. Srnd for circulars f uorr vmmu. DLST1S, OILMAN 4 CO.. Hartford, Com. The best and rheapett Point In (ha World for Iron. Tin or WoodV For sale by heaters ovMTwher?. PRINCES' .METALLIC . < . PAINT CO.. Mannft'rein.'PC C*dar St.. New York. laT'CA.XJ'TlO^f.?Purchasers will pleaUe * tee that our name and trade mark are on each and iivcry package, fiend for a Circular. * DO YOUR_0WN PRINTING! jrVTOVELTT TB ll PEINTINO PRESS. VlLy-, '- I Fop Profrmlonal hint Amnlrur |R4I Prlntfr^, Hrhoolt, Hoelctlci< iftaW' H ufhf lurrri, MrrVhunta, mwI othrrt It It the BK8T ever Invented. 1U.OOO In mc. tyles. Price* front #6.00 to 0160.00 ^ tHBENj. O. WOODS & CO. M.nafr.wjd f^^BBdeaim in *11 kind* of Printing Material, 8*i>d aUmp for Catalogue.) 40 Federal !>t. Boat** - SlDlllli Up 1IIIH1 known nix! sure Remedy, wi IVlVI ROCUAME for trMtBMttt until cored. Call on or *ddr?H D*, J. O. BBOK, lit Jtka MftH, CIICUIUTI, OHIO,