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SAYIIUJS AM) DOINGS. Fobce rules the world, and always yiU.' When it's not force of am s, it's force of mind or money. Finally the French republicans have ?rt a nickname for the Prince Iinix-rial. Tl.ty call him " Invasion IV." A DisrrTATiofs Max. " Why, it is ns plain as that two and two make four." " Hut I dcnv that, too; for 2 and 2 make 22." Eijr.w, weights of acetate of lime and nf chloride of calcium, dissolved in twice their weijrht of hot water, is a fire-proofing ljiixture for fabrics. An Irishman, lieinpr. told that the price fbrc:d was lowered,, exclaimed : ''This i-t the first time that I ever reioiced in th? fall of my ln?st friend." ArPRorRIATKNFs is al.-solutely neces sary to secure neatness iu dress. C'olon aixt format and modes, in themselves jrraciful and ltcaiitiful, can lK-come un irraeeful and riditulous simply through inappropriatencss. The "owners of Niajrara Falls," the " I'ortcr family," form the jjcrmanent aristocracy of tlie jdace, and the proj eity is tntailed, as in Knjrlaixl, so that the eldest son is a sort of younjr lord. TlIK .Scotchmen, in order to escape de feat, left the country the day Ik.-fore the American team arrived. It is the firsi time a cotiliiii.-in has evT failed to come to the "scratch." "Is he any thin;?, anyhow ?" said on? vouiii? ladv to another as they i.rom- 'iialed l.animie strect, and iliscnsvil a nice voiiii' man. Oh yes," replied the other, "he's bit? f.K.l." Hunething; he's an awful Thf. following notice of a death in the columns of a cotcniorary is souk what uncertain : " .Maria S., wife of John t., aged ciirhty years She livnl with her tin -l.ninl fifty years, and ilii-.l in t!u' con-lid'-nt hojie of" a better life." A i.itti.k girl went to a neighlor's house one day, and saw some apple par ings on the talile. After silting awhile, she said, " I smell apples." " Yes," the iwlv ot the house rcplieu 1 guess you unell thes' apple parings on tlte l.late "No, no," said .-he, "'taint them; I smell whole apples." I ill-: averaire yield of corn-cobs is 7.02 parts of carlMinate of pota-h in 1,000 artsof the cobs, which is nearly twice as much as i: furni.-hed by the Ixst sjk'c iinens of wood. The corn crop of this country will supply lo, oo,ooo,(MMi 1U-. bs, from which 1 1 .",." , MX li s. of Hit-iL-h might In- made. 'I UK most appalling ca.-e of deafness that we c-vcr came across oiit-ide of an asyluiu was that of an old I.-i.Iy who lives just across the street from the navy yard. The other day they tired salute of twent v-one guns. 1 he old lady was ob served to start and listen as the last gun was lircd, and then exclaimed, " Come in!" .Javii.i.k water used f .r turning white the dirtiest bnen, and removing sta'ns, is po-'d of biearlou,"te of soda four pounds, chloriile of lime one ouiid. Put the soda into a kettle over the fire, add one gallon of boiling water, let it lil from ten to fifteen mimit.-s, then stir in the chloride of lime, avoiding lumps. I when cool. This i g.Nid for removing fruit .-t litis from while underwear. A caxpi.i: l:!.oiM f,-,-t distant shims vitha light 2,immi times more brilliant than do some iiebuhe. Vet the constitu tion of these neluihe has Ikcu determ ined. They are found to consist of hydrogen and nitrogen. We know the nature of worlds situated at a distance inconceivable. And the relative ages of the stars we know. The white stars are the hottest and youngest. The yellow stars, including the sun, are older ;" while the colored stars are not so hot, and still older. are Ukrr Kknst yov Hanpel, the sculp tor of the Herman monument, is thus descriU-d by a correspondent of the Igni tion News: "As to the maker of this monument, you must imagine a white U'arded hermit, but without the hood and gown, standing in the doorwav of this hut, as 1 saw him yesterday." A most remarkable life is Krn.-t von" Han del s. He is now 7" years old, and he has scnt o7 years of tile best part of his life on the erection of the monument to Hermann the t'heru-can. Hi- was horn at Anshuch on the 17th of May, ISt'O, and is by birth a Prussian. When but '. years of age hi' put on paper his idea of a monument to Hermann. A . . merit :i:i-.spih:nt of the Scientific an writes as follows: Those who are loud ot investigations with tl.. cro-eolf will find :i l.i--u:t ;inl ,.1, ;,... ;.. the he: 1 . ... a . t i 1'1'IIVl 111 d ot a parlor match. Strike the and blow it out as soon as the is fused sullieientl v to c.-hkc .r... mate!) head h: tuln-ranecs to form on it;" on the part of the head which took fire first will In found a while, sx.ngy formation, which, under the microscope, ami with a briirht light up. n it, has the appearance of na nion.is, crystals, snow, Irost, iei si I ver. ami jet, no tw atches giving the ;anie coiiioinaiiou or arrangement. S..vTim..iiiv Early. A eorresjH.nd nt o (he Country tientlcnian reminds it- n ailers of the iiiiirtaner ofsonji.g timothy seed early in autumn. This work is now going on in the northern states. Our lime is close at baud. At me norm lar is sow from two to thn U' 1 eeks to the acre, which is fifty r cent. more than was cm n thirty years a no. 1 lie tilth should I. fm I the seed c v red u ith a Very it harrow or H.rlii nru-n. ami roiled with a light a light roller. liinotnv reuuires in-i requires rich land, and need no wheat to h. lp hold it up. x- I. -v i.i:i:i:i k sheep. Mr. "W ier, an I aigli-timaii, in charge of an ex tensive farm on Long Maud, is endeav oring to establish a new breed of sheep prooucol .y cios-mg CotsWoIds and ''llll Wlis. lie Las i.r.N I tl... American irricultlirist. a shi...i will h a ii .ivy iieece ot combing wool, suiK-riorin equal in weight with that me pure ( otswoid. and with as good quality of 11,-1. as the S.uthdown and one halt greater t-vx I IoW To C ion. The i i;k the Passion- por. Li.j Scientific American savs lere ism prescription m n-. ; I.",.., land fr the cure of din nkciuic l.i- which thousiii is are said to have iiecii is-i-te.i in recovering themselves. It is as toiiows: ."-ulphate ol iron, five grains, l-cppcriiiint water, eleven drachms; spirit ot nutmeg, one drachm ti.;. I.... Th toll s preparation acts as M stimulant aiid tonic, and partially supplies ih.. ..! .( the aeeu-toined lion r. and im v. Mts tl, ,t aosonile phv- i i phy-ieal and moral prostration that I HoVs a sin n breaking from the ii-e ot stimulating drinks." I hi .MI-vt lot: Citiix The HutTalo Live Mock Journal says that more than half of the swine sold for London con sumers is less than a year old. and weighs le-s than 2on ,.unds t, the carcass. Abundant cxjericnee has proved that tlieseeond IOO p u nds added tothewcight of a hog eo-t le-s than the third loo pounds. Young meat is produced chcaper pcr pniiid than old meat : and being more tender and juhy i- preferred in cities. 1 hi- enable- firmer- to turn their money and crop often when no animal is sold over ten month-' old. Mi.u t horns owe their great inqmlarity to the fact tint 'hcv will make .'nod Uvf when from 20 tj 24 months old. A wpitek in a California newspaper says: Alxmt half a mile over a moun tain from Bartlctt Springs, tin re is what is called the Gas Springs. This is prol ably the gn aut-t curiosity of the moun tains. The water is ice-cold, but bulv bl:ng and foaming as if it boiled, and the greatest woiidi r is the inevitable de struction of life produced by inhaling the gas. No living tiling is to Ik found within a circle of one hundred yards of the spring. The very birds, if they hap--K'li to fly over it. drop dead. We exper imented with a Iizarl on its destructive ripcrties. by holding it a few feet aliove ilic water. It stretched dead in two minutes. It will kill a human being in twenty minute. We sPhmI over it about ;ive minutes, when a dull, heavy, :y liing M'lisatioii crept over us, and our eyes liegan to swim. The gas which csi-ajK-s ! ere is of the rankest kind of cailiohic. Pence its sure destruction of life; aho of quenching of flames in-t-'iitanei ttslv. FSEFUL KNOWLEDGE. j The best fattening material for chick ens is said to be Indian meal and milk. Biborate of soda dissolved in water used as a lotion, will remove prickly heat. The ammoniacal solution of oxide of nickel will dissolve silk ; that of copper dissolves cotton aho. A German clergyman lieing invited to officiate in an English prayer-meeting, raid : " l'rethren, let us bray." An olxl urate screw mav sometimes lie drawn by applying a piece of red-hot iron to the head for a minute or two, and immediately using the screw-driver. A remedy for caterpillars, which is used on a large scale in France, consists in a solution (1 part in 500) of smlphidc ot ixtassium. sprinkled on the tree ny means of a hand syringe. Picric acid dves leather a cuoil yellow without any mordant; it must le used in verv dilute solution, and not warmer than 7( Fahrenheit. Aniline blue mod ifies this color to a fine green. Dr. VoELEKERsays the fattening value of whey to pirs is mainly due to the large amount of milk sugar, albuminous compounds, and other soluble food con stituents, and not to what little cream may be left in it. Save corn-cobs for kindlings, especially if wood is not going to lie plentiful next winter. To prepare them melt together sixty parts resin and forty parts tar. Dip in the coif, an 1 dry on sheet-metal heated to aliout tha temperature of boil ing water. Apple Tree Korku. A remedy for the apple tree liorcr is washing the trunks of the trees early in June and again early in Jtilv with a very strong solution of sol't s.::,ji. Always examine the trees in S'ptcmocr, and whenever the grub saw dust is found get a stiff wire and thrust into the hole and kill him. If he can not le reached in this way, cxt him out with a knife. What's the use of liending every fac ulty to money-getting thinking ot noth ing els', toiling for nothing else when you can't carry a single dollar with vou, ami have already more than enough to supply every reasonable Want, though you shoiiiii live to x a mind red years old? There is no note-shaving, or mort gages, or stock-londs, or intcrest-liearing coupons whither vou are going. the current coin of that realm issupjKwed to consist of character, nobility of soul, the thoughts and inclinations that culminate in rood deeds on earth, and make the woriu iK'tter lor the TMisscssor Having lived in it. Cl'LTl'RE OF Fif.lp Heans. The soil iK'st adapted lor licans is a rich, strong loam, such as produces good wheat. In such a soil the yield is sometimes as great its fifty bushels to the acre, although the average crop is aliout thirty. I Vans do well to follow wheat. In such cases the wheat stubble should lie plowed up in the fall, the land harrowed, and a good dressing of manure put on and covered with a shallow plowing. The land should le well water furrowed and left till spring, when the licans should Ik" drilled in. Sune apply the manure in the spring, and some drill the beans in every second furrow sifter the plow. After they are up careful and frequent culti vat ing is all that is required. 4 . .. . .a i (u:i.K,N paper tuns (tescrilies a sim ple little apparatus which will probably sweep away ere long the match trade. It is callcH the electrical tinder-box, and is smaii cnougti to lie earned in a cigar case. On oiH-ning this box vou see a platinum wire stretched across. Touch ing a spring the wire reddens sufficiently to light a cigar. ,t will vou can intro duce into a tiny sconce a mesh of cotton steejed in spirits, wine or petroleum, which, taking fire, does service as a nurse's lamp. The hidden agekcy which heats the wire is a very small electrical battery, set in action by the touching of the spring. The trade price of the elec trical tinder-box will l e half a franc, or ten cents. Its inventor promises that it will be an economical substitute for the Inciter match. Prikt.-s of (Jii.niNd. riace in a plate leaf gold, add a little honey, stir the two substances carefully together with a glass stopjK-r. the lower end of which is very flat. Throw the resulting paste into a glass of water mixed with a little alcohol; wash it and leave it to settle. Decant the liquid ami wash the dejiosit apain. Repeat the same opera tion until the result is a fine, pure and brilliant jniwder of gld. This powder, mixed with common .salt and powdered cream of tartar, and stirred up in water, serves for gilding. As another method of gilding, lioutet Mouvcl gives the following: Dissolve in aquc regia one grain of fine gold, previously rolled out very thin, in a porcelain capsule heated on the sand bath and concentrated till it is the color of ex blood. Add a pint of distilled water, hot, in which have leen dissolved grains of white cyanide of o tassium. Stir with a glass rod, and filter the liquid through unsized pajier. To gild with this liquid, it is heated a little alxive Itike-warnmess, and the articles to be gilt are immersed in it and supiiorted 'ii a ecc of verv clean zinc. I hi- " Ii n-gmas of Life," Mr. Greg, the Weil known EngiUh essayist, takes the ground that Ixntiiy pain and disease are not only compatible with, but may directly contribute to the loftiest cfibrts of the intellect, sometimes iiositively em- hancing its powers that the effect of some disorders anil of certain sorts pain uiKin the nerves is to produce cerebral excitation, and that the stimu lus thus communicated to the material crgan of thought renders it for the time oapable of unusual ciibrt. Mr. Greg as-crts that nu n under the stirring influ ence of severe pain are capable of a de gree of imaginative and ratiocinative b.iilliancy which astonished themselves and all who have known them only in ordinary moods of comfort ; torpid fac ulties Iiecoining vigorous and sparkling, forgotten knowledge lieing recovered, and marvelous gleams of insight lieing vouch safed them. The wonderful eloquence of KoWrt Hall is lielievcd to have ln-en greatly owing to the stimulating influ ence of a terrible spinal malady. Dr. Coiiolly mentions a gentleman wlnse mental faculties never reached their full power except under the irritation of a blister. Such instances a.s these are re garded by Mr. Greg as fully corrobor ating his theory. The Fabulous Wealth of the Ancients. The moderns who are showing such re markable taste for the art have by no means reached the apprcciati veness of ancients. Zeuxis grew so rich that he refused to sell more pictures, and gave them away to cities; and Nieiasdeclined an oth r ' from Attains of Cir,00 l fr a single picture. Appcllcs received .Ti.o iu for a jHirtrait of Alexander, and gave t'PJ.oHit for each picture Protogencs had in his studio. Julius Caesar gave t'2'U'tiii for two picturesof Mngle ligun s ne A jax and the other M 'dea ; and M. Agnppu paid to the municipality of ( "v.ieus Clo. boo for two more. Lucius Muinniius refused t'ol'.oud for a picture of "Lather Haechu:;" which he had seized ill Greece, and TiKrius gave (.o.oiiii sestertia. or nearly ha!" million, for a picture of Parrhasius. Cicero argmd that Yerrt shad compelled Ileiux, a rich Sicilian, to part with a little bronze Cupid by Praxiteles leeanse Yerres lxmght it for only fl,0!;:; and Nicomcdes ottered to pay otf the public debts of Cnidus "quod erat ingens," say I liny u the citizens would give him Praxiteles's statute of Venus in re turn, and wa- refused because it was the glorv of the t-it v. Hut what shall we say of Ixi'Ii.i Paulina the rival of Agrip- pma, who.-e dresses alone were valued at t ' 10 . Aero gave nineteen millions in presents only rather more than Iuis tjuatore spent upon Versailles; and there was Pallas that curled darling and nerof Agrippina who was eiiormoiislv rich, and to win Juvenal alluded as a tvjie of wealthy men, in the line, " Ego iisidieo plus Pal'anto ft Licinio." He left a handsome estate in land I sjeak inly of land nw of sjme .t"2,!21,S7". Then there was Seneca, the philosopher md moralist, who always preached the virtues ot Kvcrty aim seii-oeniai and professed tlie virtues of stoicism, who eft about the same amouni, g:cn nun in great pari, i suppose, ny -cro ami liCiitulus, whose real estate amounted to tVSji, l-'t ; and Jsodorous, who disused by will of a 416 slaves, 3,800 yoke of oxen, and 257,000 other cattV. These were all fairly well off one might say, but apparently Marcus bcaurus was superior to them all in Wealth. These tor tu nes are pertwny possioie, it recollect that the wealth of a plundered world was in the hands of a few Roman nobles; but it must le trmcnilicred that in those days all statistics were more or less inaccurate, that even now a popular estimate of a man's wealth is of .en lu dicrously exaggerated, and that a Ro man household Consisting of slaves, and food to a Roman noble costing scarcely nnvthiinr. his surnlus could all be de voted to the competition of luxury Tim writer is to continue, and should lKgin bv a rather more exhaustive state nient of the value and purchasing power of the coins in which the ancients de- scrilK'd wealth. Ijnnilon Spectator. How to Find out Whom any Given Per son Will Marry. Tt don't rcouire nnv astrolocer. a me dium, or a gipsy with a dirty pack of cards. Tt is verv hi m tile lies in a nut-shell and can Ik? expressed in a very few words Thcv are these: The last person you Would naturally think of. If a pirl expresses her fondness for ma jestic mn with large whiskers, make up vour mind that stie will marry a very small man with none. If she declares that "mind" is all she looks for, exjiect to see her stand lie fore the altar with a verv pretty fellow who has just sense enough to tie a cravat 1mw. It, on the contrary, she declares she must have a handsome husband, look alsjut you for the plainest person in the circle of her acquaintance and declare "that is the man;" for it will be. Men are almost as bad. The gentleman who desires a wife with a mind and mission, marries a lisping baby who screams at the sight of a mouse, und hides her face when she hears a sudden knock at the door. And the gentleman who dreaded any thing like strong niindedness exults in the fact that his wife is everything he detested. If a girl says of one, "Marry him! I'd rather die," look uimui the ailair as set tled, and expect cards to the wedding of these two people. If a man remarks of a lady "Xot my style at all," await patiently the appear ance of his name in the matrimonial col umn in connection with that lady's. And if any two people declare them selves " friends and nothing more," you will know what will come next. There is no hypocrisy in all this, and such marriages are invariably the hap piest. People do not know themselves, and make great mistakes alout their inten tions. Love is terribly jierplexing when he first begins to upset one's theories, and when his arrow first pierces the heart there is such a fluttering there that it is hard to guess the cause. IVsides, man proposes and God dis lHises, and it is the " I don't know what with which jieojile fall in love, and not their peculiarities which could lie given in a passjKrt. The Crime or " Kurking." n ine i'tn oi Aovcinher, an old man bv the name of Donald died iu West Port, one of the purlieus of Edin burgh. He lodged with a man named Win. Hare, and died owing him four pounds. Jlis creditor saw but one way of reimbursing himself, and that was by disjxising of tfie old man's ltodv to the doctors. Hare found a ready aecom pi ice in m. Hurke, one of his lodgers. The ltody was removed from the coflin, and a bag of tanners bark substituted for it. The lid was screwed down and the little funeral went off as usual. The same evening Hare and Hurke stealthily repaired to the university, and, meeting a student in the yard, asked for the rooms of Dr. Monroe, the professor of anatomy. The student happened to le a pupil of Knox's, and, ujhiii discovering their errand, lie advised them to try Knox's place in Surgeons' Square. There nicy soiu i ue oooy mr a i"s., a large sum for them, and very easily obtained Thcv had no courage to go into the reg l : r i. .1.. ..i- i uiar uiisiuess 01 nou y-sieaung; aim so Hare, the vihst of the two, suggested a fresh stroke of business, which was to inveigle the old and infirm into his quar- xers ana uo ior mem. itare stance in search ot a victim; and, prowling through the slums, met an old woman half drunk, and asked her to his house. He gave her whisky until she became comatose, and then with Hurke 's assist ance strangled her. The body brought ,tio. The appetite of the vampires was now sharply whetted, and they entered sys tematically ujmmi the work of murder. Uagrants, street-walkers, and imbeciles were allured on various pretexts to the house of Hare, made dead drunk, and ...jT il 1 11 l. . suuocaici'i. r.mnoMcneii iv their sue- ceiises, they In-gati to pursue their thug gisn practices even in uavugnt. A wo man named Dochertv was stifled, and her body left half-exposed under some straw was seen by two lodgers, who notified the indice. Thirteen victims had been secured in eleven months, and all taken to the same place and sold. The prisoners were tried Dec. 24, 1S2S, when Hare, the blackest of the villains, was iei on oy turning "state s evidence, and Hurke was convicted, hanged and dissected. The eifeet produced ujkhi the public by this horrible disclosure is indescrib able. A new and unheard-of crime, that of "Hurking," was added to the list of atrocities of which human fiends are capable. Astonishment and terror spread through the community. Households gathered their lncinliers within-doors 1 e forv dusk; workmen walked home from their night's toil in groups, as if in fear of U'ing waylaid. The facts were appall ing enough; but a thousand exaggera tions and inventions filled the air, and intensified the universal excitement fcoiie to Meet the Moon. An inhabitant of Montreuil, in France, named Devcrdon, lately invented a para chute. Mounted on his machine, he felt confident, as did all hi:; friends, that a man might drop with safety from the moon itself. Anxious, above all things that no jealous rival should steal his dis covery, M. Devcrdon resolved to make his first trial of it by night time. Ac cordingly, he climlied the roof of his house, jHisting three friends in the street lx'low. It was clear, but very windy. The friends saw him on the roof, watched him complete his preparations, and heard him call out " Heady !" At that moment came a blast sharper than before, the trees lxnvcd and creaked, the witnesses all clung closely to their head gear. Sunethiin? dark was K'hcM for a second living overhead; the wind passed, and the house roof was vacant. From this instant M. Devcrdon has Ik'cii no more seen of men. His parachute is supposed to have been too successful. Not only did it guarantee him against falling, but it even lifted him in the air. At present tljey are dragging all the pool around .Montreuil. The Suttee. lately occurred Another case of suttee in a very small village in Lucknow, India. The following are the details of the case : Having bathed and dressed, the suttee went to the burning place, accompanied by her relatives and a nnmlicr of low-caste Hindoos, who wcr in charge of the dead lxidy. Wood lieing scarce, the funeral pile was in part con structed of other fuel, which was heaped around the woman as she sat with the head of her deceased husband in her lisp. The pile was then covered with straw, her nephew handed the suttee a lighted birch and in a nomeiit the whole mass wason fire. The Chowkeydar and the policeman, when they arrived, found only a heap of ashes. Aliout thirty per sons, including the village headsman and the woman's relatives, have lioen com mitted to the sessions on the charge of having lieen directly or indirectly guilty of murder. AtxxiKPixti to observations made in various parts of the country, the " Col orado iH'tato-bectle " has been seen to feed on potato a, tomatoes, egg plai.ts, ; nightshade, corn leaves, lambsquarter, ; amaranthus, lettuce, cabbage, thistles, I strawberry, currant, and raspberry;leaves, I plantin, potato tubers, and sundry othei vegetable substances, but its preference is the potato. WAIJS AND RUMORS OF WARS. Armed 3lcn the tol 4 oitlruoiis Figure In (lie World' Anna. The Peace Society has ree.son to be profoundly dirisalisned with the present aspect of affairs everywhere. For the world is lull ot "wars and rumors ol wars." Most important for the moment is the general insurrection in the Danu bian provinces of Turkey, which no man can say may not lead to the long-expected conflict of nations which is to change the face of Europe. In Spain the Carlist War drags its weary length along, the last report lein!? that the Alfonsist ring at Madrid has no desire to end it as long as contracts are profitable. Yester day it was announced that there was great confusion and excitement in Egvp' in consequence of preparations for the military expedition to the Abvssinian frontier. Jlussia is engaged in hostilities against the Khokamlians, the result o l'l'ii n wnicn win, or course, onng her many leagues nearer to the borders of India. China lias two actual wars on hand one against tne usurper of Kashsiar m the west, and tne other against the lar barians of Corea who defy her authority. Then there is the rebellion in Cub; which exhibits signs ot renewed activity in the coining autumn and winter cam paign. As to the South American rev olutions, and troubles with the imlian on our western plains, they are chronic and need hardly be mentioned in thi connection, tor rumors of wars we have one aliout England and China another alxmt England and Hurmah and another al Hint luijrlandand the Kaffir tribes of Natal. 1'oor Turkey, with her hands full of belligerent Serbs, Hosnians and Montenegrins, is threatened with another rising in Crete. And the Unite States have a difficulty to settle with Tripoli. All this, it should be reinem be red, is independent of the vast prepsi ratians always making for a continenUi war among the great powers of Europe The armed man is still the most conspie nous figure in human society, though it is now nearly l'.'IKJ years since theadvent of the Prince of Peace. Xew Yuri; World. ' Steam Cultivation. Surely steam cultivation is to lc the base on which will safely and perma nently rest the profitable future of agri culture. Its aid comes none too soon, for that great national complaint " con sumption" increases enormously, and I am filled with anxiety and fear when I reflect upon the possibility of a naval war which shall interrupt the flow of a large portion of the foreign supply of food, on which 1(1,000,000 of our people are depending for their daily nourish ment. The first naval engagement in which Great Hritain is concerned would send up food prices enormously, and af fect most injuriously our cheapness of manufacturing. Hread and meat would go up; farmers with long unexpired leasts would make a purse, while the unfortunate renewer of an expiring lease would go in at war rents, and go out, probably at peace prices, a ruined, or impoverished man; just as it was in the "good old times," within my recollec tion, when gold displaced paper; plenty and content would vanish before war prices and obstructed supplies. Well, then, let us make hay while the sun shines, multiply the use of agricultural steam machinery, and make our land so productive that our dependence on for eign nations for our food shall he a min imum instead of (as at present) a max imum. We all know how this can be done, but, to do it, many of our old legislative and other antiquated notions must make way for modern exigencies. Security of tenure by lease and absence of restraint as to cropping may be safely granted when accompanied by a paver on the part of the landlord to oust a bad tenant or compel him to amend his ways, as is provided in Iird Leicester's com mendable leases. The great want of Hritish agriculture is a departure from antiquated agricultural attachments, and a recognition and adoption of modern requirements. Foremost among these are the concentration and increase of aereable capital, both on tlie part of land owner and tenant, and such facilities foj the inflow of, at present, outside capital, as shall induce it to become available for the great increase of Kith food and profit. All this is "no er.sy ta.-k," but the very reverse, so somebody imi-t keep "peg- gmg away. -Ihiblin Journal. Florenf ;;:e Needle-Work. Tn his Ariadne 1- Icrentina lished. 1'rof. Huskin gives an description of three pieces of pub interest nig Flor. n: hu- neei lie-work wm h 1 ias attracted his ;:t- tention in il icdrooni in wlucii he slept at the King's Arm's Mr. Kiiskin, while st hotel, Lancaster, ving at the inn. was engaged in revising a. lecture on "Design in the Florentine Schools of Kngraving," and lie thus illustrates his subject: "On the wa f the little room where I finally revised this lecture hangs an old silken sample of great grandame's work, representing the do mestic life of Abraham, chiefly the stories of Isaac and Ishiuael; Sarah at her tent door, watching with folded arms, the dismissal of Uagar; above, in a wilderne.s full of trees, birds, and but terflies little Ishmael lving at the root of a tree, and the spent bottle under another; Hagar in praver, and the angel ipicaring to her out of a wreathed line if gloomily undulating clouds, which, with a dark-raved sun in the midst, sur mount the Entire composition in two arches, out of which descendes shafts of (I supiHise) beneficent rain; leaving however, room in the corner opposite to Ishmacl's angel for Isaac's who stavs Abraham in the sacrifice; the ram in the thicket, the squirrel in the plum-tree above him, and the graK s, jxars, apples, roses, and daises of the foreground being nil wrought with involution of Mich in genious needle-work as mav well rank. in the patience, the natural skill, and the innocent pleasure of it, with the truest works of Florentine engraving. Nay, the actual tradition of many of the tonus of ancient art is ill many places evident its, for instance, in the spiral summits of the flames of the wood on the altar, which are like a group of first springing fern. On the wall opposite is a smaller composition, representing jus tice with her balance and sword, standing between the sun and ineon, with a back ground of pinks, lioagc, and corn-cock I ; a third is only a cluster of tulips and iris, with two byan tine peacocks; hut the spirits of Penelope and Adriadne reign vivid in all the work, and the rich-nes-i of pleasurable fancy is as great still in these silken lalxus as in the marble arches and golden roof of the Cathedral of Monrcale." Keely's .Motor. The gauge constructed by Mr. Keelv to prove his theory, which has been much discussed within the last year, is now- on exhibition at Wiggins' jewelry store, corner of Tenth and t 'best nut streets. It is six feet high, and has cost Sl.noi). The plating and on ii'iients, which a roof silver, give a very ornamental and handsoni' apjicaranco. Hut 4-10th of its force has yet been used, and it reg istered, with this small proportion, Ki, 000 jxiunds to the square inch, which Mr. KTecly asserts is ositively correct. Mr. Keely is at work at the motor daily, at his shop, and intends to try it at full pressu re. Ix able 1 he supjxisition is that he will to reach 80,00(1 ihiuihIs to the square inch. For a long time he has, to prove its praciiiiii'ty, ncen running a ten-horse engine with his old machine at his shop. All the time it ha been kept running th" same water has been u.-ed, the vajxir lieing constantly dissipated and then reproduced. This is the auto matical operation by which an engine can be kept running for any length of time without a fresh supply of water. In a short time the new niultipiicator will lie com. leted when an exhibition will be made lor the benefit of those in terested, to which Iicntbers of the pres will lie admitted, mi that before I- ng public curiosity to know whither the whole thin r is a lizzie or not will ix gratified. I'hil'iib ' hln Ihd'r'iii. HrMiTi'i.irs is the name of a river in Washington territory. FACTS FIJOM ALL SOURCES. CURING SELF-MILKERS. The Canada Farmer says : Of mechan al means there K simplest of all. the tying of a hard wood stick, sharpened at eaen end, across ine horns. An invet erate self-milker will soon learn that the nds of the stick are pointedi and will display great perseverance and ingenuity in turning ner Head down so that she can get at her milk without hurting herself. An effective way is to nut a circiii'de around her body, and attach straps thence TOMLuui iici iiwiisi Aim me iiew xorK Tribune gives another simple plan which is lounu to lie effective. Take two old ox-bows and fit each in a piece of hard ,1 . . C : 1 en - l woou, say zko men stmt, 14 inches ions?. tying these single yoke-pieces on her ueck, to stand alxmt a foot apart. Then connect the hard wood pieces by oak pieces like ladder rttnes and screw upjn the bows, on each side, a slender pin oi hickory, pointed at the end, extending back to rest upon her sides. The hard wood pieces should be cut outf so as not to hurt the neck. SUGAR BEETS FOR FATTEXIXG VINE. Jonathan Taleott gives a statement in The Boston Cultivator ot an experiment performed orra Suffolk pig where sugar beets were largely employed tor latten ing. Tlie animal was aKiut a year old, and the feeding on boiled sugar beets, tops and roots, began on the 10th of August, and was continued three times a day until the lpt of October, after which ground feed was given, consisting of two parts of corn and one of oats, three times a dav. till the animal was slaughtered, the meal lieing mixed with cold water. The result was, on the 15th of August, when the sugar-beet feeding was begun, that the weight was 30 pounds; September 1, 300; Octolier 1 450 pounds; November 1, G'20 pounds This is the substance of the statement given, by which we perceive that the in crease the last of August, When fed on Kiiled sugar beets, was at the rate of two pounds per day; the rate of increase on the same food continued througl September. When fed on ground corn and oats, made into cold slop, the gain ior the next fifty days was less than pound and a half per day. MANURE FOR GRASSES. The Michigan Agricultural college experimented with different manures top-dressing for grasses, with the follow ing results, as reported iti the Michigan Farmer: The results of a single tor dressing on eight plots of nearly halt acre of sandv, warm soil exhibited the following facts at the end of three years the toii-dressing was applied in 18i4, and the grass was cut twice each season in 1SG4 and 1X13(5. The produce of each cutting and of each lot was weighed sepaiatelv and a perfect record kept The results of the four seasons were follows: On the plot to which no manure or fertilizer was applied, the total weight of hay yielded per acre was s.,40 pound. here two bushels ot plaster per acre were applied, the yield per acre W 13,22(5 'Mmnds, a gain of 4,484 jxmnds W here five bushels of ashes were applied the yield per acre was 12,H)i pounds, gain of 4,10o pounds. Where three bushels of salt were sown per acre, the yield was lS.MJ'J pounds, a gain iter acre of f,327 pounds. Where 20 loads of muck per acre were laid on, the yield was 13,81(5 pounds, a gain of o, 074 jiouiids Where 20 loads ot horse manure were laid on, the yield was 1 4,GS(5 pounds, gain of t,244 pounds. These are result which indicate that there are fertilizers which will produce as good results plaster. Lor instance, the plaster yielded a gam of ol per cent., while the horse manure gave an increase of 71 per cent or nearly a ton more grass per acre three years. HAVING 'Wild hav t'XPF.n PIFI'KTI.TIES. " is the name given by the Swiss to hav made Irom the grass grow ing on strips of soil to be found on the Alps, at a height of from 5,000 to (5,000 feet, in places so difficult of access that even the goatherd and his ventursome flock forbear to visit them. This hav valuable from its excellent quality am delicious aroma. 1 lie haymakers are shod with iron, and secure themselv with ropes to some sure hold when especially dangerous places, but fatal accidents occur ever year. It is reck oned that one man can make a hundrei. weight of hay daily. This he either car nes home at night m a net slung over his shoulder or stacks it on the mountain whence it is removed on a sledge when the snow comes. The wild hay is essen tial to the maintenance of the Alpine cattle, the produce of the valley being insufficient for their winter keep. ANOTHER Sijl ASH EXPERIMENT. They will not put another squash into the harness at the agricultural college tins vcar, but they are trying other in teresting experiments, with a vine of the same kind, the mammoth Chili. Thev have on-' squash tuxm the scales to ascer tain its final weight, which is now three pounus per diem. J he growth ot it leaves is also recorded. Another seal marks the increase of its vine in length and still another of its tendrils. An in genious contrivance is arranged to litu out the movements of an unsupported tendril; the result is worked in triangles on a papir perix-ndicular to the free ten dril. Another arrangement is to test the strength of tlie tendrils and their growth in power relative to the growth of the supported squash. A gauge is being prepared to examine the sap in the vine aim us passage into ine iruii. WHY HOUSES IlItEAK. A correspondent of the Turf, Field, and Farm thinks he has learned why horses break in trotting. He is correct in his conclusions as to how horses should Ix1 handled, whether he is in his theory or not. He says: My theory is, that the jxiwer of trotting fast lies more in the brain than iu the muscles; and when a horse under the excitement of the whip increases his speed alxive a certain ixnnt his brain becomes unable to keep up with the rap'id continued motion of the mus cles. He loses control of himself. He is unable to put his legs where he wants them, and goes into a gaiiopnecausc . , t . . i that gait requires little or no exertion of the brain. I am almost satisfied in my own mind that I have hit on the true theory, and that a horse should be hand led as not to lose confidence in his ability to do the work required of him. Farming Xenr Atlanta, da. The Atlanta lbaid, of Sept. nth, has an interesting account oflr. Alexan der's farm of 400 acres, which lies six miles from the city, that pays o per cent, on the investment utter paying lor all fertilizers, lalxir and $1500 to the over seer of the place. The former owner could not make the farm pay expenses. Or. A. lives in Atlanta and practices medicine, and runs his farm as he does the healing art, bv tiic rules of science. From one-half of 400 acres (200 only being under cultivation) he shows a clear profit of over S2,000 a year. If the price of German millet should keep up tor hav and seed, the following state ments show how much money might be made by ra.v-ing it : Dr. Alexander says that there is less clear money in cotton than in any crop he plants. He will never plant more than 12 or 1") acres in cott, even when he alt; vates his entire farm. The most profitable crop that he has ever made is the German millet. He realizes $75 an acre from this wonderful grass, and it did not cost him over $12 to the acre to cultivate it. It makes a beautiful hay, and it is a prime favorite with all kinds of stock. It is so rich that it supplies the place of corn and fodder both, and Ir. A. has fat sleek horses that have eaten nothing but millet for two months. He once had a horse to founder on it. He declares that he lxdievcs a good bread could U made of the small oily grains in th head of the stalk ; certainty as good an article as is made from oats. The seed of the millet he can sell readily at a bushel. An acre will yield from sixty to seventy-five bushels of seed. It is the prince of gra.-scs, Ho will plant millet largely next t'nue to make co crop. year, lie will con- n and oats his main CT'pe FO't Snake B'azt r infoir.ss us tha! dog bit tin in the nos snake. Tlie dog's he; Bite. Mr. Noah he recently had a by a copperhead id soon swilled to twice its natural stzc when he applied lard to the jilaci' bitten, and held the dog in the sun for a short time. In two days the dog entirely recovered. He says he' knew a man who had, been bittew by a rattlesnake txbe cured by two applica tions. The Jard miM be dried in by the fire. Ohio Eagle. IIow it Came About. Tlie Obhif minin tock was the ob jective point for the possession ot which .11 .. C ll. t.nm,.'l ii'nrA tlpnrr- the rival Kings oi inc. liuiuim crlinrr. Flood & O'Hricn wanted Ophir as one ot the mosi miiw m a chain of mines which they are determined to have. Tci get Ophir, they must first make Kalston let go of it, ?nd to make him or the bank of California let go, they must tighten up the money market; in other words, put Ralston's hands into a vise and squeeze theiu tifitll ? was com pelled to drop the stocks he was clutch ing so desperately. They brought every trick and stratagem known to the un scrupulous and cuniiliig capitalists to bear upon this process to make tlie bank crowd unload Ophir. Having a bank of their own with large capital, they used this as the principal liattcrinst-ram against the bank ot Calilornia. I hey loaned money less freely. They flooded the market with other mining stocks, running the prices down so low tliat every one could invest. Then they made their first serious assault upon the bank of Cali fornia by Withdrawing nearly $2,000,000 in coin deposited in it and locking it up on special deposit elsewhere. Thus Flood & O'Brien kept on until they had suc ceeded in locking Up $7,000,000 in their own vaults, $3,000,000 more in the sav ings bank, and several millions more in country. When this ten millions was securely locked up, Flood & O'Brien ha-'l triumphed. Ophir went to the hammer at ruinous rates, and fell into the hands of the enemy. Then came the whispered suspicion that the bank of California was not able to redeem its deposits. 1 hen one, ten. a hundred depositors checked out their money. The rush of excited and alarmed depositors then began Thousands rushed for theh- hoards. The hank could not get the gold to meet all these demands on sight, because Flood & O'Brien had locked the gold up securely The other banks could not hclpt liecause in the tightened money market they must save themselves. Chicago Tribune. Cubing Corn FoudEr.--! have hear ! it said that it was almost or quite iniixis- sible to cure fodder corn so that it would come out in gxd condition for feeding in the winter. But several Veal's' expe rience has convinced me that such is nut the ease. I make a prictice of growing each year considerable more of this crop than I want to feed gf'eell. For dry fooder I think it is one of the cheapest and best crops which can be grown on the farm. If the land is made rich and proper cultivation is given, a large amount of the fodder eon In produced on an acre, and, as there is hut little ex jiense for seed and but little labor is re quired in its cultivation, it makes some of the cheapest fodder that can be ob tained. Besides, the quality is very good, indeed. Mixed with hay, it is very nice food for cows giving niilki As it combines these many excellencies, I think it is a great object to grow this crop ; and I find no difficulty in eurivg it. I cut it soon enough to get it well dried before frost conies. For cutting I use a common corn-knife. Do not put it in large bundles, but spread it consid erably on the ground. Let it lie a day or two, and if it does not seem prctty dry turn it over and let it dry another day. When it is well dried I bind it up and set it in stacks of eight or ten bundles ea-li. These are allowed to stand in the field until they are dry enough to pack down, when they arc drawn in and mowed away in the barn. The Tlea of Lunacy in Cases of Crime. The plea of lunacy in cases of crime has led to much discussion, and iu many cases to misplaced leniency, and erroneous decisions. In a recent case in Lowland, in which a dock-hand at Chatham killed a fellow-laborer with an adz, the plea of insanity was put in extenuation. Mr. Justice Urett, in summing up told the jury, in effect, that the law took no heed of sanity or insanity, abstractedly con sidered, or of the presence or absence of delusions. lie declared advisedly that it was not enough for a man to be mad, but that he must lie so mad as not to know the nature of the act he committed ; that is to say, in order to obtain exemp tion he must either not know what he was doing, or must not know that it was wroMg. If he knew what he was doing, and if lie knew that it was wrong, then, however mad he might be, he w;is still rejKinsible. The jury shrank from (bill ing a .simple verdict of guilty, and added that the prisoner was not accountable c 1 . rm i i.ii , ior ins ticis. ine law as laid down iiy Mr. Justice Brett receives general ap proval at the hands of the press, and his charge contains timely protest against the loose and dangerous theories which for some, time past have been current upon the subject. Death of a Famous Char.u - i:tt. Jean Valiean, the hero of Victor Hugo's "Ies MiserablcH," is dead. His real name was Martin Foisemolle, and he was a native of the village of Verves, in the province ot i-k-ine-ct-Oise, in ! ranee. In IMz he was sent to the gallcvs lor life for killing a priest who seduced his wife, anil was paruoneii in ny joints A a 1 1 I'.i.i r . - jMileon, tor displaying great hcroi.in dur ing the prevalence of cholera in 1S.V.I After his pardon he went to l'ersia, and made a great lortune as a physician. A few years ago he returned to his native village, and siient the remainder of his days in amusing himself with children, ot whom he was very loud, and exhibit ing his old convict dress to visitors. I le had no lack of admirers during his last residence in France, for the French wor ship their heroes, especially when t'.ey are rich or jHiwerful. The most astonishing cure of chronic diarrhea wo ever heard of m that cf Wra. Clark, Frant fort Mi ls, yValdo C .. Maine ; tlie facts are attpotod by i.zra Heat. Upton Treat. an M. A. Merrill, either of whom niipjit be addressed for particulars. Mr. Claik wan cured by Johnson 8 Anodyne Iyiument. Hon. Joseph Farewell, Mavor of Rockland, Mo., Isaac M. Urarn', E-fi . liantor. and Men-re. Pope ltrcs., MacbiaH, Mo., lumber merchants, fully end.oiT.ed the Sheridan Cav alry Condition Tenders, and have given tl e proprietors liberty to use their names m rec- cmmendirg tnera. DR.TITPS I1AIK Uli: octH iiiRtanfa- nffonsly, con1 sins no Sug-ar L-ed or Su'iibtr. U'nr- rauttd tarmle'B' no bad odor. KaHiiy spp'icd EchencV's Pnimonic Fyrnp. f r the care of Consumption, tougns and toida. ThPe-at v!u of th'a medw ine in that it rlnonii the nialter kt 1 thrown it nt oT i sj eai, pur.ien ihe blood, a d thus afTfcts a cure SCHKNCK HSRA VVKKI TONIC FORTIIK fnTE OF iJYi-PHP.jIA, IXiKirKTMN, KtC. The Tonic pi"odiici a ha'thy acfon on t-hp - mach c"atinc ai apptite formi'iar rhvl and curing i he m mt o tsi inale caoes of indiijehi.oa. SCHEMK'3 MANDRA KHPi M. FOR Til K t ITKE OK L1VKR LdMI'LUNT, K1 C. he Fills are alterative and produce a hiithv jc ion of the iirer wii,nout the leai dnnwr. s Iwv pre (rpfr jm calomoi end yet in r fli ac on in tp: ton a hea ll hv acuon of i he liver Tlie pifmd esarea cf rtain cure for i'ons'iTrin tii;n as the inlmonio .syrup ripn) t he matter and inn iiif the blood 1 h M aridr Pills at rpon he Jivr. crCi-ea neaiiny O'l''. and r mifVe alt diR eaR-s of the l;v.. of:n a cause of Con ump ion. he J-ea weed Tonic iriV'-s lone ard Mrpr.h t lhstoniach , makesarff oidig-est'on, and enaidei the oran to fot in cood h: 01 ; an I tlun rente heaHlir c'rcula inn of health; blnod Thfrom binei aotiou of ih e udiefne as thus ex pinned in cure every care oi consnmpnon. ir t Ken tn me and the uie t tbe medit hies ner.vpred In. Tr. Kchf-nr.k i, prof 'sMoriallv at his nrinr ioal of fine cornerKixth and roh slret,, I'hilade'Phia. evry Monday, where all letters f r adyir nmnt be addressed. bchvuclL'J medicinri for sale by 11 Drurffint i m day at home Agents wanted li termfrve Ad .rent I bi;c4 Co. A iuifi and Anguitta. Me. DDI7r Stationery Puckae, .c. Dor. rill Lb $1.60. U. O. ItofK, harlfurd, Ct. Z j . per wevk salary Va'eor female, t ircu I O Jlr freeAd'sCryjital o.lDdn-poIis in i. SiO.-S25rAvL Send for Chromo Ctalofme. irruan'e Sons, iioatau. Aiaa OTV S ILHVonly. Agents wanted. M nit and Female. Adarrm U. K. I hrl-llaa. Mail n. O. 17Vkv FAMI'-Y WANTS IT. Money In It lliHold by agenta. Afldreas M. N Lovell.r-.rie.Pa. iew ni iveloun" iticki 'Torm-i n -nn mr cat ije perat vei-'in .'it'.o i rniuii, t (C n c Jrt a day at honi9 Sample worth i i i iO$2U ,sh ,s ACO, onland. .!? SE tiLt Ointment. Sold by drng- g:i. Wm. H. Cornell, Prop'r, M . Loni. Wo. WANTED AflEITTr. an-mplrt and OutU fre KrtJrr Ihnn Hoi.1. A . ClOUtTKR 4 Oo.. ClilcauO RAGS 5 h lhpst Canh iirica n .!.! or old Raffs. Him1' Brk ami W N 31 l.. Kt I oi.li K o run. KiujL.r1 s to-. CJTTt OF TUB WK.)T. Ih. best stram berry. OMilllorsor tr-a?a 1 cena io- circular. Wm lllorsof tre. a d plants at Pomona Nursrry f Ahuv.t iiiimmiii oa, j. Mm I I RM Morphtne babit cut, a, J pJ U IY1 Cure mmr .ntoaJ. Pfnls nopub'ilt !'$ 8.i.ieeaii?aii1 n'l lro Pr- D.CUiM- A AY " dwidi Tttti SPF.KS MUHXft KABTHAI CE". Sflnfl for illiistrntd catalog le. w. A SHtRWOOD, tt. L6uir, M mietiri. $30 rpTn A O The elioiccHt intheworWl-lniport-X SJiliJ. r3i pti,.,wl.ir(!est Company In merici-s'Hnleart'c.e-pl'a'i-'nevprybi1y-Tril" con;inu'iy incrfa-lnit bkpiih w intwl pvi ywiierr best inrtii-em-nts don't wate Ume hcihI lorcireienr to Hobci't W ells. 4.. Ye?tT St.. IN. Y. f O. Box U-7. The nlort mioceRsini i remedy ( thf (I'Menl i ill lit day. Semi for Taper on UlllJ Opium Katlng, Prof. P MK'HM, P. O. Box 4Vi. Leportw, Ind THE WONDERS 0? IIODEXN CHEMISTRY Sarsaparillian and its Associates. Changes as Seen and Felt as they Daily Occur after Using a Few Doses of DR. U AD WAY'S Sarsaparillian Resolvent. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. 1. Oool STirH, dteftprfarnc -t wilin,, 1(n yn' r, mo'anctio'y ; iuc ewaml lmrdae 8 of llftsti an-l piuscs etc. 1. Str.iigrn In Tiw. fti r tltn lirp-ep , t-mimi Tot I H.n, nn iTinrp wiur eri-'iuii?M " ;-' cooa iliw'ttii, psim ami nnmsiurwi njvi, b'.v pn fr sli R'i'l vk r vis. 3. P:a!M'Par.no- ot pi'is. rimme", inmr1";'" kin li nk clear anrt liea'tny. Pie nr'n rhro trrn it Id" "rn cUiieiv apppnraro pirpu .tlirrs or anilicf Colnr: waif lW' irfPiy ir..m the i. diVr ilirr.Pirh tin nftliri within', pal" ' oiiitiiig ; little or i:o sediment, nn pain or K nes. , 4- ..furkPrt (1 mlrntfin of ntinniit KPn rrPnn"nc:. of iivniim'nrv w. akptviw di-rli r. pi ot nlil c thai wavl, v.itli rtir!v or p"rm ni" I c ii". i n er- aed Mroi c h o t In liffl In V o rroenc n"' " ami fin:rt:o al harmony rcntorwl to llu ievi ral OIk" a-l?'l t.nn-o o;, tlf- M-Mtl Of IhA f-- Mid I ! wRr;liv. ftrn appc'-ro-op or lie. pkin ctiar.jrtd ton cl-nr, livo'r, an h-0'li ml r. fl. Tim snlTplrc fr- ill "nk or nlrrra'id nnlt nriiWc'iiiil r.-.-.l w cr. nt lipntll' l" exn r, txVtk freplv tho tM-uh jhtptmrr mwmt'nm 'hp lll''i:Q. afr e If. oropi-tit or wlndpip-, tr.inV .'iriira l;iliMi!iii hi ir"f Hip f oi -piipv of cirnrh: Snpral irorPAo if f trpp Ii lino iifi-oiii ' n-' t m; st F!'- "f niflit 'vi pain ami 'p"l lnr . f -.Vi ulrr Ml Br.lIlITt III nnklP, t C1, plioill dpr-, pf ; rpia'i'in of ro'il and chill-, t-e-vpnl nflop-t! m : harl pr.mh-B and pr'v-in oi ron-h -ill lvllii ilr""l or a-l-di'C In nl-irn.nu All lliosp dislrpwiliir --juii t mis gradually an 7. Aavi'lt.rd.vth--An-SANRIT.t.TNt I ta' pn, nrv.- .i-nsi.rptn-n!ne lipn'th win cnpnr ; lh- li'.nl iniinv l' It" ne h - 1 Wit v. dW- pis will ilimlnt-li. prill all fopUn aril imp TP dppo-iit'. i -nilt't, ti'.mm s, c m rr-, hard Iiiiiip". !".. a.dhpa!ihv; n!o rV'"" orp-. svt'lil Itlesori' i h-o'i c kin -!'m criminally d sif ' li r I'..t hno l.ffll a'lVflll l cni nip ciirv. oiec!;!! VP"-. porm- iTPSIlK'lin t 'Ohl ..-.'.! .-oWi.iip-ii iii I p nt -i'ril -'I in su a a-w-;n.H It". M H1P Oft P '.Vlt llvd ft P'l'm'a t.'.i. A.!.n.ti!ila'A 1 mid lip"-mip flcp'-vit'd initio t. I in). ait' l-nlluiMT CTl.'ip. I f 1 ll P II1 rick-Pl's. snC al dirv.ti f.'. contortion, v li p iit Milinill ro'vn awav IhP f rfopoafu and prti'rm n3te the lrus cf llie di-ea-e f.'i ni system .hoop who arfi takln" thee nicdiclnp" rnr th- cure ()f c' ro'iW-, -c o nU ro or aypiiCit o 'in .' ti.,,i o.cir lirotal hpal h Improving tt.pV a. arid we'Rht Inc-ra- inir i r cvrn kwptna it....,.., .i i. n,r viirri tiiHi ihp c rp is riri.cr--" i.. t.", ii '..o A a, tM tl.p nil'p' t pilliT roi'lrt i- ,vnr p tl p viol, of'hf ti' rip I' rot liact .ir....r,-aian.llrlVI'i from I hp h'oo I i . .i ,.t Him t,, lmdprftimp 'Ii-1 omi.'rti IV Sll.tilll Hi il l J'' . ' . . ' . .... . . liiti m Ax Fin n a- the H A HA t'A V 1 1,1 I N ' ' .. " .i rJui i.o-tt r " pvprv hour von ni pr-w l.i'tpr nnd iiiirpate in Ileal 'Ji, a r. ngih i ii . . ' it. l r.-mrdv la In dlca'tfi ih.'n.ii rtoiihM in ciiiMiinpllon of Up ..ii in- orrinrnaphthi-W.a mfn'.n s -pliiloid ji., ..Htif ili.c-i tio-mlnn. nnd lllc laiii n nl ... 1. 1.. i.. vio.n iiiiii-!-i. cf water ilnstan ,o.,...w reliprr'iror.lci'l Rl,PrPCah. Tl llliVP lO bP ipf il tl'm-rhiln a-a w th the vtnf;H !.wtion Ff nsiiip Uic-.e lin tintn'-nt' , i wn ' "' '" .... n t ....I i ii iii or i;l nttini l on i trip hlarid'rVnd uilncro.tri chronic cu eHOt ii U ,-nrrhPa and n or np d iw . , In tnmiirs. i odi. Imr.l nmp? nrtil rplillolil n' . .1.. ... -. i,. r .i ,n 1 1, run I . nv IT" nm ..i ii,.- u,.,a- lii Erimt . rl sp.'iln , rlicil ri,.- r.- il. ,l l-l-lll llll lllMIOMW "-it I" .!,.. inrrli'u fn'rill lT ll I 1 'I I - hi ' TP tll' 1 1 It Til it tl l. dv lirti'licc-mo ii coi'ipli't.' wi'.-fk . pnil -h j.. ,.r ..vlvtn... a ii Inrlilll' lOI-'lll I cTPiit r -nn iiy f!i:il !". a the nuniii dinn-iii n! ml niinitimi of ho s cu . 'i '"in "ii.:!! rw ii... . -.. -.i-n of cTiatpc.fp .'iiiii-i a -ut orr from i.iifi.i-HinnK. Mini l,V IIS Win .b-rflll . B'M'Ist IIHT mi nvnl jii'ciii-v . it ris-ori'i Hip liop.-'ps-, M ft n'tlMty now lirpund new ixNtpnot. kIiit." Ihii urea' atiopN n on" in if iniirM nn I pinvor, i ... i... ll. ....... .' ... .1 ll.nl PVTV onp nw.ro or liu I l'l'ii 1 1 1 ' ('. 1 with. R IfW diiM'S Will ill must casoi . anil ;i lew hinHtnlll Oil- nmrp niii;r;l V:ttril lol-nii. work a I cltll-'l -en I enrp. Those afllicK-il ivilli ciTopic ili-xica ohmi d pnr elms-'-a p.-ic pl'P emit tilling olio dot'ii I. oil cs I rice MO pir dozen . or per ha r dn.vll lullles or S 1 ier h l v, mi d hy trii..:;tsts . READY RELIEF WILL AFFORD IXSTANT HA&F. 1 11 Mil in in all on tt (he I. Mneva, liiilu-iiiuntlioi ot (lie lliiKltri liiilaimiiaiion ol the ImivrlB, Crn:;eaiioii nl I lie liins, 'otf throat, i.lllli nit lit ratlilittr, I'nliillui Ion ot the Iicnrl. Ilyttfilcs, cronji. Uliililliri In, atari h, Inlliieiwa, llrnil.K lie, tootlinclie, iimiiipSt Aielirrtlj. In, i-lieiiiiialianif olil chill, asue t hills. 1 hp npiilicatio'i of lie tm!y Itillrl tn flip part or p rts here llu- pain or ihlllriiliy xist vv l i i allord -:ise und coin Ion . 'I Mm ty ilrnn in ha't a t n in ' r of water will. In a lew mi ii i it -t i cnri' t rn mil, MpatiisH, M'.iir toiiincli. I. en ri loir ir. .ieU lie'ilette illar. rhen. flyaeiitry, i:ille linliit tlietu ela, ami nil Inltriitnl aliia. I iHvt-icr. ki,- ,i u v,.ik i any a noui - or rcnil nil 'l Itellrf Willi III 'in. A ff ' d p ' in w ile will iirivent i kuis-i or p:i us Iri iii ih.tng t ul ater. It is hctOr than frrvch brandy or bit frrx an a stimulant. PKICE 50 CiltT-? SOLD EY rRUCGISTS 11AI )rAV.S Eiegulating1 Pills Pni Tt'ft'v tastoN'HS. e'eirant'y c- tiled with sue- K m, ii 'Vir-, revu "ate. i r fv. v nin e ait Nlr- t h in. it nl n I'llN, for ti e cure nl ail disor ders f 1 h st- iiiiH'h, liver, howe s, kid' rvs, h d der i rvoi: die;is s head.'K-ht r list ip.it ion, c liven es, lt'iiiire 1 inn dyspep-in. hi i iiiM.es. bi i(r feT. ii-jlam mat ion of i lie bowels, pi es mid n'. d ratif nsen:s nf the interna, vise r.i Warruntt tti eiTect :v i tr- 'u ivi vr-. 1'iirt- y Ve etab'e. en; tui hi'-r 10 tiici'fiirv nd orra snr de v t-ri- ns t nitr tti lisTve t e fniinwifitr synip oins re u linn Irom ots-'Plers ot I e niLresuvo organs: t nil tipai'on. inwai'd pi ev, fidlht ss nf Die H'oh in ti e ht'ji t aci'dtv i I tl e Mnmnch, nan en, lieart burn, tUt-K1 st 'd' hfd, fu!ne s or weht in tin stnma,:, snur ernciat "'is , sitikinir ir f nl erhi Ht ! he pi' of l li st"in.e ll . winiiiin't' i I' l lie bend burr ed ;uid difliriiH I r. ;tt t i n - , tinftf rini; al thf iie,n t , cimk mil; t ii fr m-:i 1 1 mr se s: t Kri lie t I i 1 Vlltj pos ore , dim iiets il vis nti , (it s nr w ebs f I fiiM' thf s'iriit . fever and dull p i in in "In- head . di ficiencv of pt Ts.ii ran u vef in win s nf t l.e k in find ees,ian in thovd', chest, limbs aitl Midden ti ulies of heat . burn ini: in t he f esh . few il(K(s nf i Mil n y w! 1 free the system fmni ti II iiieal,nve ruined disorders . f it c e- ut- irr f.fx. su.it t u tit;fsis end one irttwr h aint to HAOVVAV 6i. 4'f., ". '.iui tVnrtrii ntici, lord Jnior- niauon worth tlnaisa-ids wi'i I v mmii yu. A dtml.la I-iirel itiib. rmrcr frnnt in-1 tun Ik": vnrntnUvl tya Pi;ohiil Wa,! iniciT.fi'.: Hi (an l-i-nt C. i). U. mtL pr-.v-POWELL A tiUN, Um jycoiurs, iic Mtlu SU, Cn.ciunU, (J. A FORTUNE FOR SI. LEGALLY AUTIIOlIIZF.n. TEXAS GIFT CONCERT ASSOCIATION OE DEKIMOV, TKXAH, WILL GIVK A SKCONU GRAND GIFT CONGEE T, 111 ai j cf a Maror.ic ai d I. O. O. V. re:ui,e, SEPT. 22, 1075. First Capital Gift, . . $50,000 Second Capital Cift, . $25,000 Btsi'Itifl Gilts iu rr.iroitinii amountiD iu all to $250,000.00 LOWEST GIFT TO A WHOLE TIMET, $5fl. Prim i f a Whole Ticket, , which con-icta of five $1 Coupi UH.; Coupon Tickets, SI, Which will entitle Mip ho.der to adm i hU ii in the Grand Cr e.t aiid tn one-fi.'tli ef wl ainvrr g.ft amy be a nr led to the whole t:eket iiUinu r, Ii-- ponsdl'' a'.r anted. Ail ord( r f r tick tne t oil ert pmniTttlv fd'ed. Ci 111 , ( tn, etc., rivwk f nil j artirularR Iu writuiir. le ro m;d tign ymr suit free. Iu wrilimr, le '-ro ttnd nan!-', town, county and S h'o i i fall. Oroe-H f.ir ih lif tv a noiiLtiii to and upward Brut C. (K V.. it desire !. AdarepH an comiiiUMi atiorg anj tuako all rc mitiauces of monev to A. R. COLLINS, SECY, Denison, Texas. OPIDMis u1 No'idi'n huh-' rholiitelv and Pi'.f nlevH ; no pr b1 :r it V. mr nurliciiiurn I r. t'nrl- hilltoa r l , I'll If; ko, ill. $25 a ly tc','i-:.ne d u'ntj cmr Writ Ati ;f i kt I r'IU itiii a in mi 1 ti pit d in nt Aenti nye1 honk l.e'. J i l . A fro km o f St. I. Mill, 1" O A MON 1 I! and KXl i :.hKSfall. Aiti' teJ nf-v. f tiph s il'iif. h'innnlef fiec. '. IJ. IV'TOV, NKW Vol? K or 'l fulfill I rflHIS papr J- pnn&ed with Ijfc m de n 11 . i hif n and tor nale hy us In laren or inail q iafftitl-B M Kan tt ro, 1:1 i-'farnorn t-tret. tihvi:i . Tnn. 4)0 OHmiLt intt od female eT.ry- CECILIAN COLLEGE (MALE) Hnnl-.il Co., Ky., Hoard, k:, fur 2) wp-k onl f I' tl. AGENTS WANTED rtMwaor?,s HIUHT SCiNEi IN THE BiHLE. anrt a nweu;liornt NKW 0 ,K jnat tr.nu Pi..a. Acrlr. f J . C. 0j ccx KIi y A V .. t i.i liii.itil. Ohio. itipnn A ii..tii. a. 11 vh I 'lltre' liUHiiiw-a Uu WJJULf Oreo. WORTH CO -ila wan'e-1 .v.ry onoruo.e and tirat writ Ir... Ad- . Kt I.O'll Mo. Cincinnati Dollar Weekly Star. . nili-p ml ut aiiin v r- p At. ..-i-. H nifi 4 H . oiuliina or hPa.lliiK w1 I'KH VKIIl. SPK. Ur' OlPK FKkh il Kn P. if piailiKK. Ad.lrpi J lie -SI All" III., ln lima tl, (J. Y junif Men to learn TelpjrraphlnB. P.r ill man.nl poniiiorairnarariipp.i anurrwa 1'aiillc Tpip;;raph , If.l Main st ,.! ciiiiIi.k . Imm. r'proent. profit to At'-nt. raita. - . draw. 1 l.y M lii For fil l prnc llara nl " -1 (Krai!i .TsrCo.. t. Loiila, Mo PENNSYLVANIA Bv.r7-i?; 3Q The New Rcmlngtoa Itcwlng Murhlat ha -prun rapi'iiy Into favor a. poaMfflinf the bft comhliia r I ...... 'lit wl. Ji, .X,-"" iun oi ,. ... Mlfht rnnmnir. i nioo h, nolw Ipm. rapid, (lurauia. wltQ per fc cl Jock -utile li lt li a ahuttl Machine, wit iulonialic Drop Fe -l. Dil' l aiiufiil aua Ciisiruc too tin very bBt. IlpmlrKton No. 1 Maehln fr lam ly uao In th third yparol It exisipiic. haa nit villi a mora rapn mumir m ratio of nalm man may Ma chine on the maiket. RpmtnKtnn No. 1 Marh'n. for niaiinlVicinrln and lamilr uv. rpady f..r dmoery omy in June, 1871,-for riip, d rtW't'on. and varl iy of mm, ia wlihoiit a rival f. only or wjik.ihtp Now Is tho timo to Subscribe! fScTfo Fine EnrmTlB; prcacnirdto fTCry New Yearly HW TIio Nonr York Fireside Compani niosrEcrus for i87a Tnn -Rrvr Vcm Puiwum nmPASiu! I wir rrieotiij:o.1 m ih brM n;"'"'" riri popular. nHKt vai lr.1 aurl iiil-i lalnliif workljr imi .llili In tin l -iHU-;'' Korrfoii tanpaml to.'iliilii wlmloriT ill ill t" tlif liiii'iiwt anrt valor - i tonU. rimlMwtvrrlu.r.liiTwr ili-ii Inii-ol aicwiirl. wii ihm.i i....i ! It In tlio aim ol tlio piilili.U.T to iitMliri aiitn an lmfrrilin nm I upnlnr for IkiIIi yoniia ami ol.ti to r-nnliliia riilm lalnmi 'l aiini-Mm-ut nun iImi liifni inatiiin on ninltKra rrjlln to tltn Immr, twm llil. mnrnni!", mK-l.-iv. riivw to cratlfy lli limine cui to.it r ami liili'rof if all In Ilia puro anil n ronianon ot llfn ; tocnltlvata a tanlo for rt-aillna- ami InlallK-loal lraiir-a i a liK-iilcatn roinI (M'lillniMiU anil iilnclili In tint mliil of tk" riuUiti an Imnioiul leinlnitr.y la rrr ailnntlfxl Into lt aolniuiub It cuutaina The lunM Knaclolln l.ovc Hlorira, lanhlna iorira mf Advrmarr an I. ana a art rra, rMlrrlua Imlinn nl linrrli-r Tilr, IMarli-a of llnmi. I.lir la Ht aaH I oaalrv. l.ivrllt'nl SUort Marli-a nod rvnelmniinl rkrli Original Tlnrnor, Jok. C'oinlr. Klcrlrlii'a.l'rliy, I'lMmiiiaUaiiil t-lallii(( 1'ainm jlUt Kanlilon tliaiati for lln l.aillM; Alianria to 01 u-.oiikiil. Kllllu'li Tlie IwhI Itvatlluir fi' l.ltlln Kulka; ll.Miiillf'l lllu.tiailiiiia. t-ir.. 'l.', Kot loaa than SIX CONTINUED STORIES ri alnnllv, and n IKvr alory coiimu m'p.1 nlxiiit cvrry kiiiiiI o- i a.i I 'at i will ln alilK lo art the iH'idmilng of a aUiry of Ibn n.-..li-al.-i or of n. "' nhnttlniA thvy Hinr anhaoillm. Hack liuiuln'i can aUnjabo liiiU tou.aiuu 0ouiiui'Ucvui.'Ulf'! evi-ry aloiy. l'AUTIAl. 11KT OF CONTIlini'TcMlM I'Oll !:. Dr. John It. Wtlllnma l'oiiv 1'n.ior -(rtiver trHi l'rol'. Jiiini-a Po l lllo '. Ilniniltoii Myers licalie THorno Krnnk Corey Aalle renno IVirolrmn V. ny . . 1.-.. 11 w lk.lrlnM ... n , . i.M .,..,1. If '..rvl,.l ilianam-a. ailrli aa l I'BUCnr, Iiii i... .;; .. 1 .ti.. i.i .... ii. .nM TlioiMi artlolra will oomnln tli l,iBlHtiiilicalullioiiUiaoi myaioiiiLry "i ' "TT : . V. UVwre-PnHenta Column-No . fr .rl or nr. .,.,,.l I.. .;!... il Ij. niPiit nioaiatlrallvinii4 nw-lnl lo run It l 'l'l'ii ' a r imiii i !7rtrnro n i 5 ".i n.l IimIui I. nn.l a il niimnnt -I Inl-n n.aitm I Hi"'" . lir'tlnTlS tti.aii Iu all i.K-at.ui.a thai linn "I- C UvZVor VjHliTSlk-.- Tlh Ii. ..-'I WM (....111.1.0 I- Lo, of ll.a , Jul !"f III ' " l....l...,,T. ...la r- .. f.will.mt n-ril.ni lor Cl.ll'll -n In . Ii. eoimli I Ina III" ''';" " " ... i'lUKslUUt'OMl'ANION lnvaluttl.lo lo i voi y li.....-li. M livin llnro uu Hit Mat of Furylniia A T.F.SK.IN IS I OVK. V Til K Vf-V V W V " 'HIS FVKKwVl.'l. " Tl.p.. bountiful l.l.-llirva arc to the lumllu.otil uvciy liomo. MUNR0S OIItLS & HOYS OF AM I. II It Largest and Most Popular Weekly Paper for Young f elk It la tho oiilrimiiornlil. il enntnlim lliv kli.il of atorl.-a w l.lrli inolli.Ti .i ronil al." rt "V Ihilr lltllo oii.'a. .....I I.I. I. on-, y f.illi.r ...nv ....l..anilnlv .u t ,o Imi .la of lilar ,1 l.lren. 1 1 roiilalna a In. Kr. annmnl ...! vi.i t.-l v of k'-l r. for fc.i"l an.l boj'l tllau Van b. h.l In any oHi.r .'. kly ... m.Mitl.ly 1.mI..I. TERMS FOR 1870. nrrrvntrri aTKTH Ar HOYS or AMMICA oml rai:,un ini.i, i WliWwSvAki" copy of Munr.,; Htrl. anrt L.u. ,.l Auy ill I . tair antborTn tl.. i:..lt.'. Mt-- on .' J. r " ; ...." ..loa for 110. The W.r lVrk '"I"'" ' 1 ' , mio' ear on roc'lnl of .l two ropl.-a f..r -M ""J '' " ' f J''.', . fliilia can nXlwanrrta a.l.i .Inn ml.- a" 1 , " ' ". ' Ht froo. Vilmon ..ioi will, any ouoof U.o aln-.o l ictu.c. avul l u.. a. . uu riTi-lpt of Ton 1'i-iitH. ft A1.U.IT! W;l!"ri:i to ranmaa fur tlia anova two fat-ra In town ami villiiK. wln.ro II1.1. aio .10 iit.wauVMli.ta. OHal ran lx .uu. Miociwafnl eanvaamra. Hovaaml filrlaara Invlti-.l to hia-omo ri.vii-.a. i. Uiy aud gill can gut subsui Uicia lu tliulr owu villusn. s 11U1 for .ai in inun. Addrvsa, liliOltUI' .III'.ICO. InMlalM-r i. O. 103037. ' :& llcekmna Nrrrl, N w 9 Jpr For all dlaoaiwi of th. I .Iv.r. "loniarh and xplrvn Aaa n-nipdv In Valarlona Frv.ra. I'.uw.ltnm plaiota Hv.ppala. M.n'al lp.aalon. l-wl paa n..B. iBiinon-p. Nan-.a. f-l.-k llaadaaha, Colic Coualipallon and miinn-noaa IT HAH NO KiUAT, It ronlalna four mpdiral rlpmrnia, r.v.r nn'KNl In the win hiti.pv iroHirnon in anv ntlipr pr.pa rat on. u : a kph'Ip atl.arfp. a wond rfnl loin, an iiiipt' pplionalil. Ali.iallv. a. d i-prla n l or rp. tivp or .11 liiiinirltlpa ol tin- hmlv. Mn h !Rn! am-r-ea lina alt.nrlpd liana, lliat II la now r.fcard ed as Um! Iirl I iilnlllns iMcinc. TKSTI M( N I A 1 ..H. " I hav. npv.r ap.n or Irlid fii''h a rlmpla. rffl O 'Ci'ina atiafiMorr ami i..anl rrniody In Oiy litp " It Jt"turr. Inula. Mo lt"i M.x H smr.. .- I oppa.lonallv a. ahpii mv rondl'lon minlrpa II. ir vlmmoaa' Llv or I.PKii ator, a llh auial t fl.a-t Alt. H SttrilifttM. ilnvnr Ai.abii. " Vonr P.cnlaU r haa In an In 11 -p In my family foraom. Ilin". and I am r i-iibilnl ll la a valiiHlil. nl. ilium to ll.e D.rd ral Mrii'iTp." 1!V. J. Gill tihrnltr. Ala 'I Iiuvp npd Hie Kpimi at'.r in my family fot th. pail .VPI1I..1 ypara I ran af.ly ni-oni in.:id it to top world aa ih. hp.t inrill.'lna I liavv p pr i apd Id ' (hat lima of dlaraap ll putyatlM U C'irp." H. ' TlKQJttn. Pn vol iiknt up en v Ba k. 'nlmmnna" I.lvpr Rrcn at r ha pr-vp l aKoaianil r lllca liu null ciiip." C. A, Nutlinti. Dui'ooiaT ' W. liar. I arqnalntp with lr Him. 01.!.' I Iv.r M.'ll'ln lor innr. man iw.nly irin and know ll to hm - Ii. bial I. iv.r n. la'or ..II r-d to Hie piii.llo "tl, Ji. l.yon and JI. J, .V. tii'llPionmin., 11a. -- 1 waarnrp. ny r.nimoiia- 1. v.r r,p.,n.i..r. , r I a.'liw inn ml a.v.ral y.ara with Chill and rVver."-A' Amirrnm I n . t'i.a.nor " My w fp an.t aplf hav. nad tht II.KUla.or lor j.ara. and natiiy 10 Ha rat vir tn.a- 'Hrv J. K Ptlttrr l-prry 1 1 A. mc 'llrln a tliomtiKli irlal. and In no aa. Iiaa II fa' p.1 to "v. lull aatlalaetiou." Allen Alette ,om, I..IHK-I I N IHiaiKM NT - I liaV" flV.n TOIU lifttt'iliooi'lii-.. t la. rV'olhlK Ilka It In ni. llrln.. A luinry to Ih. pa ll'.. a p .illln pviip la- t, a K.'hli. atimnian. 10 th. c rriilatlon, a pri-apln.-.o ry priptrallop, an Hotl-nllio'ia nipiiiriii. a a n 'ii a. -I1I0. a .1 . 11 .nr ami annrAlit. spnprnl &llnr.t v.. Hlli'h ar. .U. aoicuoH-lraiicp I and dally prov.-u roi.rlli'a f Tarrasl's Erfervrsrent Appcrirnt, f-OL, BY AM. I)RIT(iIIHTH. WVERY BOOK ACENT l I" rtM M h-f ouuv avod fur circular,, sui lAke boidorui-Bw wurk, h Rrabislan CR.TKE LAND OF THE ARABIAN MIGHTS. S3 Cy COL. WW. PERRY F0CC, k IMR.nii i'tiiin hj BAVAR3 TAYLOR. T'v i,.'iaaiiR4 lux. I. .if travt-l imliii. ..!. A,r H ..Tlia r.Taaf aiiRHa. 1 00 tM-autlful illiipirmlnii. Tiai. rp--r. kLuantly iK.111.1i iri. a- low to iM.pt iii.inn... IT EXCELS ALL. OUTFIT FREE " ' H'". a"1 . w.na f,.r iiin.- U1LUAM A to. llrtj,d, CI. 11I 1 irciliirit. ai.,1 i.rjr i..ri. i. ni-arra, Oll.r.. ifi nun, nraTi CA.touu. IU., at (.taclnaali, a PIERCE WELL AUGER ort.-r-j l,i-li tmiTOTM! ill. -it "IH arot-amfniir tii-a 1 in Imriiiit m -in. h wwll, Uinih .(r.Ne mn4 mt4 1 In Ifihinc up -Jittj ptixahiR "I"'" ni liv ! ni'-vl Iixft-rr Hft.b. S25 PER DAV GUAR 'TQ, Jf"! for t'ATAl-.' J-i.cii A l'lrrn LANE & BODLEY, John fc Water ts., Cincinnati. WANi-FA.-it lima or For ,Bbw Mil la. Crlat Milla. t rlti n ln, rnjar Milla.plr. I rnd for mr llluatiatrd catalotae. firlaroll.fnori-h llall.'rn m n. jVrw Th iIhi 1 Fo ni it.vrt fl roiniiffi'r f I J tttfH V fn. JV'-i" Hrtlfnrtl, JWom.,nj X'a r.a-.a laplifly. Nevrr nana ror Tour .nnr ' o . Wllkrt- ni to..-'1 II a. a..ld il irad. ll nrvrr failed lolv all"irll'in " Mkvpat thine to rata, yon .rrr aaw. Ur.aipat thing lo a.il you.v.rknrw. Many valua h.a 1-0 'klna wlp. a.nt trr. p.Dd at one for circular lo .p . r. t-ianix at o.. 17 uuiD HiimI, New York. LIEBIO'3 LIQUID EXTRACT OF BEEF 11 n nt hoillpa Rwom. n M bv th.li.al l-hyal- lana in Kn ll.rita.il I Alll.il.a lor .in,mp Ion, aptku.m 117..1) ia Indirect oii.I."mioI a pp.ui , Fev -rand aiiiip.ii rvon.iipaa. an. I u I rrpiai. on. nia Th.i'pie .rat d lir w . H , r in, """. mor. aa: " I.ipI.Ik'iI-"l -l I " ' ' o.hi- inv goraor i 111a vrr, '"7 use 1 , and I ui.nrl.l nil. re nun "a" "'.,. i.r.,i.lin." k.d hy i n L .-... . h..i.ap AKrnla-JfaaK mcu.aui o.. Fhila pp la. Selected Trench Burr Mill Stone or mi mr. him upTitir wnt kinaunliip I'orlnbM 4rlllnv MHK itrj-r or iiii'l. r iuMii'-ra), lor riirtu or erf ttmil worlt. warfiita Int Mlrli 4n Iter liolllin lolla. Mill "Ifb-ta, (0111 Mo-llfra mini 'hiiims, .rini Miiifliiifcf. I'liMir-N, llnnKra, !.; m kiii'lH of Mill hlitfrT Briil Millm ftii'rhffi, K'ti'l fr I'nnipliN-t. MrNNb 1.1 1 4 inniil.T, - I I1U, Iii4nmmI1, Oblo. to Cv.V.t'v.; WANTEDS A(jC.JV1 HHiTHK AflunK Pne ck a k I ri ihtt world. It iio- i ii r fivi.ii.niM ut (ii.ii lu.n . in holder . nnrll . it- f it vrd a efVMire unif a of Jt-wt-lrr . King l )a'kaK' .st'h it-Kant Pr it, po.l pkUl , 4 i XA.K r-(.jli-rluu. r'tfc0kvv-o. 7 0U iirufttlwiiy , t;Y vtf iK 5 J. "nvrr Warhlfia tlt jm-M nininini iii, y, II. and t v one of th dhmi m- ( v J .1 aiwinalh a r "'(Hl'iai' - '! IrllM mi. ( S I.-"i Full aalmfM -Z."S2A '" w-r rmpauk-a la II, . ruction hi in.nn U in! hi eipry In.iaeo. or it. niont-y win im reluriiMl Iu Ih IMirc-linarr. M:nti. Trimn Tt i:.M I'MUMI IU. itrtlv unu wantpd t vpry nam y and town i. Kentucky and Tenii. Kaaipl aeillm Machitia beat Icrma vr iiftpnil . K.nla. r pud lmp lor i In i lata and m-cip ipima J. CI AKV k fU, hra l ArU Ko 3G North Bommr , ftafthTiUa, Trnn. and 258 W1 Jcfflprton ft I.arv lianilnll I 'aail'nrl f Inrn I'.-rry Illra. pHinni'r lluy.li'U Milrli-T Hr.ani' Invt-I VV oml ,lnrv J. Inoa l: i. in in-1 . IVnror lli'iirtir Ail. i-ii Allirrl . Aikrn l.ir, I n.liion l.ililrrMi 1 u m Itn. I. J .ili ii I l.l. iUIn Annii tt. Ji'i-omn Nnnni-lir' r. I- mi Jrnnli' W. l-oir AlllIM lli-iiim Jink Kalllll AilUiaun I'. Itrnn I'llfli' IIiIhIIIIk Viiialnill imhli.ll ilnrlnrf the r. t olii-nli l.ina. iIo.hI.mI IoiIi liHiilin.-iil anil - kln 1 U.'il-.. I .m.iiii.ll;.n. Iiipllii-ila. Hlu i.ini. In....... l-:i. mimI l.ar I lliriMt In- - v . I.il.!r.. II. .1 . '.V " .j ..f .u .... ...I...I..I I l-t !"' ' "' Vi llio liny, ami Ul a l,i..l.ln b-.i.I.' toll n II rreaenleH ew learir rnn ni-r- no. .'... I INK l.m I K A N-H-KIih. V- ..... ; " pAlt AU A Ht'lM IIOMt, " '' "NNIN.I I'M WK.l. " . aullulilu lul fiauiliiK, aua air.'i.l a VBliml.lt- ml- aii'f Tin: J Kit i.. 'i THE OLDEST JAM1LY FAFEK IH AMtl SATURDAY EVENIK0 T( cvaar wkik .'.iNTaika fontlnn.d alorlra hy Hi. tral ni..r.. ak.l. l.pa, hlaiorn al li.ira. i-.nn mnal lirlvlil plnnrpa, lalilon lal. a'.-l 1 w .i.e. ii.wa. hiliiii.r. Ill.ral r.. iTa irl IMparlm.nl. llrlnnMl of -.a.'l ll Pi.l. mini iliiia,ii I'm-'. .0 rvrry mv. Um. doll.ra a .ar pianpald. On nll Di. intlia. l l l Ai'i.ta .inrl rrja Adlr..a lira II, Wl. K I" It. HAM, A ! I 7M f aniMin aura.'. I lillail-lplila "MAKE 'YOUR fortune GRAND GOLDEN DRAWI i k 1 11 r. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTE Take Flaca Salnrdny, See. 29, 1875 Positively. Capital Prlzo - - 100.C 3,680 rriwn, Arnonnting to ti02,&0. A.XjIj XlaX OOIjD. OSK ntlZE TO KV1I1.Y TICKKT8. Only 20,000 Ticket! at 930,000 U. I. - reney. Trnt ha and TwruM. tl a In rriKirll"n. Ordf r Tl fccla and vt-rlla far lir.iln. IlflHIANi NTAIt: LOTH HT .. Let: s, (.3, I', at. fll S Kaw III I. a CoiwrrTKaT Ann Ilri.uai.a (iri r throughout tr country. Uran-plii'iial n'jari rpqiiiirHl. P.o.n Wal . .nl'allfor. la loll" ol .-.lllrlr.n l , a" Ml.Va Ii 'I ll'PHi ah... . V. ny ..ol ? 1 It.r a. r-li.aia-at and n.vi r il .oil h at Hi" AU.i iry rV.rv U Hllid 11 Toronviiio. yon f tl p r.i H..I.II arlLV lif t 11. i illll.K .t IllCW Wilt. 10 iira-d onli-a.. ili-Ii-p mil la-n a and vain all-iu pla U l a. 1111 loini-tlili a .iniiiar. Alao try Wli. in It'd SOOTHINa SYRU TOR CIULDREN TEETIIING toil MI.K HT AI L KUIMilSTH. I'lrTaant m-H I'rnrllalila I milo, iii n 'rUaiill ul " ' harm nc " 'Hh, how o.'i ar.th.r worth?- "n'li ar. nr amaiiona llio . who .a Ilia lar rl Kant N.w . Iir..n..w 1 due l by Hi. KmP-ai. a'il a m.rli ai l io. Ii. I'ii i n.y a. . a I p.-rfia I .-na 01 art. Nam . r n. .Ut th. ).iiipia'lin t. t.Uy wh.a a".i.' 1... J " ni'M lirniul'iw no tai- mf to a I Mi. p" " Ihryaiak fur tli..t.ia.lv.a t a.ia-a.a. and lail and aw.it .rn.n out of niiiinvii."til rind tlika th. ..at .ii-nliir. vrr i.ff.-r.it .0 i" nio l.y r. T full rtu nlaia. ...id lam" f"' ' " drollal rlrrnl-r. Ad ir-wa F. III.MMIi ',rjt aahlnaion airi-t . l-.uin. alaaa JJO-STOM". MASS. These Standard Instruments Soli by Mosic Dialers E.trywlic Agents Wanted In Every Tow Hold laroii)ioul th CnltHl Bulra on thn imLiTH.isii That la. on a ayat.ni of Moathly I'ayniania rnrrhaa.r ahould aak for thaaanTW ..' Oia.a. 1 aiai.uiai and full parlli-ulara un apt cai ton ' - CATARRHip; prill iramr I ir 1. w v o ii 1 f i' ai a. t ti 1 rTTinn NFri.li!. Ml wa m miv . ..a, TII'KHK r at II -MIX " f. cap Wal prize S5o,ooc "'d ml? Um . . .-j u....l f.,r rlirulara. AfMnaji I uraawiiir . '... i.,.,('ltT. Wfiauln auauapr S. al rai u u . . . Thai n.w Imaa m wi.i mm p.rl.i'1 r-..ii.i' no:''! and day. 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