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improve -worn soil, plo it eight or
ten inches deep, any time before the 1st
of August sow about three pecks of
buckwheat to the acre let it get in full
bloom, ther put a chain on the plo and
turn it under nicely. Sow in wheat and
in the spring sow to clover, nearly a peck
to the acre: Bu all the manure you can
get within five miles of you, at fifty cents
a two-horse load keep all the stock you
can, and your farm will improve rig
a'.oDg. Ohio Farmer.
A Healthy Body and a Clear Head.
It indigestion, constipation and biliousness
torment the body, the head cannot be clear.
These disorders react upon the brain most
hurtfully, and produce a cloudiness in the
organ of thought not experienced by a healthy
man. Happily these brain-oppressing mala
dies may be entirely dispelled by that peerless
alterative, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which
cheers, refreshes and invigorates the brain
and nerves, while it regulates the organs of
digestion, assimilation and bilious secretion.
It expels the morbid humors which poison
the system through the bowels and urinary
passsLges, and exerts a oowerfully invigo
rating influence as well. Its catharic action is
never irritating, violent or painful, but even,
natural and progressive. As an appetizer and
sleep promoter the Bitters is unrivalled it
mitigates the infirmities of age, relieves the
ailments peculiar to the gentler sex, arrests
premature decay, and builds up an enfeebled
ohysique.
mttm
Voluntary assertion should be considered
as grand evidence of the merits of a remedy.
Below is what one person thinks of Dr.
Graves' HEART REGULATOR as a cure for
Heart Disease:
"SirsWill you please send me a bottle of
Dr. Grave's HEART REGULATOR by express.
I see you have it advertised in the Times, and
I can say it is the best remedy for the heart
ever offered to the public.
X. HAM, Sutton, Vt."
Among the many forms of Heart Disease
are Palpitation, Enlargement, Spasms of the
Heart, Stoppage of the Action of the Heart,
Trembling all over and about the Heart,
Ossification or Bony Formation of the Heart.
Rheumatism, General -Deblity and Sinking
of the Spirits. Send your name to E. Ix
oALLS' Concord, N. H., for a circular contain
ing a list of testimonials of cures, &c.
Dr. Graves' HEART REGULATOR is for
sale by druggists at 50 cents and $1 per
bottle.
MALIGNANT AND SUBTLE INDEED is the
poison ol Scrofula, and terrible are its rav
ages in the system. They may, however, be
permanently stayed and the destructive virus
expelled from the circulation with SCOVILL'S
BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP, a potent vegetable
detergent which eradicates all skin diseases,
leaving no vestage of them behind. White
swelling, salt rheum, tetter, abscesses, liver
complaint, and eruptions of every description
are invariably conquered by it. Druggists
sell it.
Palate and Stomach,
If you would have your biscuits, bread, rolls,
corn-bread, cakein short, all articles pre
pared from flour, thoroughly enjoyable and
digestible, use DOOLEY'S YEAST POWDER,
which is not only free from adulteration, but
wholesome, and makes food very nutritious
This Baking Powder is used by the most emi
nent chemists and physicians. Buy it only in
cans, never loose or in the bulk.
CHEW
The Celebrated
Matchless
Wood Tag Plug
TOBACCO.
THE PIONEER TOBACCO COMPANY,
New York, Boston and Chicago.
-av
We have a list of a thousandcountry week
lies, in which we can insert a one-inch adver
tisement one year for two dollars and a quar
ter a paper, or for the same price we can in
sert fifty-two reading notices (anew one every
wejk), averaging seven lines each. For list
of papers and other particulars, address BEALS
& FOSTER, 10 s'pruce Street, New York.
For upwards of thirty years Mrs. WINS
^m_
It is a dangerous thing to allow the diarrhoea
dysentery to go unchecked aud there is no
H'd of it. A small bottle of Johnson''s Ano
'ie Liniment will cure the most stubborn
etna can be produced.
ever and ague, malarious fever, billious
typhoid fevers all originate in one produc
cause and may all be easily prevented by
rsons, Purgative Pills. These pills act
ectly and powerfully upon the blood.
Attention is directed to the advertisement
another column of the auction sale of
Acheron Normas stallions and graded
..ck, from the celebrated breeding farm of
Johnson, East Castle Rock, Minn.
XPOUTAST SOTICK.-Farmm.Fam
i and Others can purchase no Remedj equal to Dr.
JIAS* VENETIAN LINIMENT for the cure of
olera, Diarrhocea, Dysentary, Croup, Colic, and Sea
uness, taken internally(It is perfectly harmless
oath accompanying each bottle) and externally for
aronic Rheumatism. Headache, Toothache, Sore
hroat, Cuts, Burns, Swellings, firuises. Mosquito
iUes, Old Sores, Pains in Limbs, Back and Chest. The
VENETIAN LINIMENT was introduced in 1847, and
le who has used it but continues to do so, many
ag, if it was Ten Dollars a Bottle they would not
'thoutit. Thousands of Certificates can be seen
le Depot, speaking of its wonderful curative
irties. Sold by the Druggists at cts, Depot
ay, St., New York
fEAS
iWe want an Agent every town and
r.ity h the rrnited StatesA to sell our
SS'IIFS
KO
SWEET ChewinfT
HOURS i c. worth
will kill
more flies
than $ro
worth of
Fly Paper.
N dirt,
no trouble.
Sold by
DRUGGISTS EVERY- WHERE.
1
LOW'S SHOOTING SYRUP has been used
for children with never-l'ailimr success. It
corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves wind
colic, regulates the bowls, cures dysentery
and diarrhea, whethei arising from teething
or other caiinns. Au old and well-tried rem
edv. 25 cts. a bottle.
A Friend in NeedGRACE'S SALVE is a
friend in deed. Who has not found it such in
curing Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Scalds, Felons,
Boils, and even the most obstinate old Ulcers,
and other Sores? It is a wonderful com
pound, suited alike to the skin of the child
and of the adult.
Cva S
5 I jj/b selling our Fine artllOVBlti
Illustrated fl-iff-fi-f V A
mal
1
Catalogue 4 I ILIlll 1 application to
J, H. BUFFORD'S SOJNS, Manufacturing Publishers
141 to 147 Franklin Street, Boston, Mass.
Established nearly fifty years.
DREW SEMINARI
A.XIO FEMALE COLLEGE,
CARMEL, N. .Y. Forjboth 6exes. Healthf ul.home.ike,
thorough. Superior accommodations and advantages
in all departments. Opens Sept. 4.
6KO. CHOSBY SMITH, A.
Warranted a perfect cure,(or man
ey returned) for all the worst forms
of PILES,. LEPROSY, SoEo^ui-i
RHEUMATISM, SALT RHEUM, CA
TAKRH, KIDNEY DISEESES, and
aU diseases of the SKiN.and BLOOD
H. D. FOWLE A CO., Men
treal and Boston Sold everywhere
S I a bottlo. FULLEB &FULLEK
Agents, Chicago.
Awarder! Ttijhss! prize r.t Oari'cnnial Exposition u:
(i6 rheicing quz!-itiei r.n-l e~ceKcnce nail lasting ch\r~
acter of sweetcii.Ty an-X fiamri-n. The best tobf.-.-!
ever inada. A* L~? h'.v.'i Ktvlp't-ade-mark is clc?-r.
Imitated on inferior {rood0,
3w every p!i:rr. Sold l:y r.'.l ('.a'.lors. Send for samjlc.
free to 0. A. .TACKSO:: Co.. Jlrrs.. Petersburg:,''-.
GRACE'S SALV1
JONESVXLLE, Mich., Dec, 27,1877.Messrs. Fowles.
I sent you 50 centB for two boxes of Grace's Salve,
have had two and have nsed them on an ulcer on my
foot, and it is almost well. Respectfully yours,
O. J. VAN NESS.
Price 3 5 cents a box at all druggists, or sent by mat!
on receipt of 3 5 cents. Prepared by SBTH W
FWWLBA SOXS.S6Harrison Ave.. Boston.Mas-
AUCTION SALE
Of Imported Percheron Norman Stallions and graded
Colts at Fair Grounds, St. Paul i: ii
Fa br eeding establishment.
Maple Point Stock Farm
For full particulars address L. JOHNSON, Proprietor,
East Castle Rock. Minnesota.
HOW TO GET THEM the best part of tbestate. 6,000,000
acres for s:ile. Kor a copy of the "Kansan Pacific Home
stead," address -S. J. Gilmore, Laud Coni'r, galiua, Kansas.
KILLS all the
FLIES in a
room in TWO
FL BRICK
*The Little Giant FtyKiiLer.
Botanic~Medicine Co. Buffalo,N.
FOR $750
We will insert a one-inch advertisement, thirteen
times, in one thousand American weekly newspapers.
Advertisement may appear three months every week,
or every other week six months.
HALF IKCBC FOB 9425
JfOURLISKS.. FORS2SO
THKKS LINES ...FOR 9225
For cash payment entirely in advance, five per cent.'
discount. No extra charge for making and sending
cuts.
For catalogue of paper3 and other information ad
dress
BEALS & FOSTER
10 Spruce Street, New York.
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andI 11I2M Madison St., Chicago.
Dailyand Weekly, Quarto,
BQSTON, MASS.
Tbe Largest, Cheapest and best Family Newsnuwr
in New England.. EdTted with special Wfe^eTthS
varied tastes and requirements of the home circle All
the foreign and local newa published promptly.
Daily Transcript, O per annum, in advance.
(Btopiee to one address, 97.50
per annum, in advance.
SBXIFO SAMPUB COPY.
Unrivalled in Appearance.
Unparalleled in Simplicity.
Unsurpassed in Construction.
Unprecedented in Durability.
if Unexcelled in Economy of Fuel.
Undispute din tlie BROAD CLAIM
oltogtiement
7EET BEST OPEBATHT&,
aUIOEEST SELLING,
HANDSOMEST AND
Ever offered to-the public.
MADEOSLYBY
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
Nas. 612, 61i, 616 & 618 IT. Main St.,
ST. LOUTS, MO. /t
Adani Decker, St. Paul/'
Janney Bros.. Minneapolis*
i\^d^^^,
1878. THE MIMESOT A STAT E fAHt. 187
,TOBEHEIiDAT 4II,
Saint 3?a-ul
September 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 anH.' 7.
$9,875 Premiums awarded.
The Greatest attractions of high bred Cattle, Horses,
Sheep and Swine ever held the State.
$ 14,500 for Distribution
To Horses fxlii biting their Trial of Speed.
,':V0
te
rco that JarJison's Bee.
Haras, i^rt:'St&5>
The faste Horse in the World, will make his first ap
pearance in Minnesota, and exhibit his wonderful
speed Wednesday, Sept. 4th.
!l a .-.{'*ii
Grreat Eastern P5|S
Will prove himself as good as his high reputation as
one of the fastest horses in America.
The Famous English Colony
From Fairmont, Minn., will exhibit their Horses and
Hounds in Hurdle races, Fox Hunting, &o.
s^XJOL. JOHN BISHOP,
Breeder of Shetland Ponies,
At Beloit, 'Wis., will exhibit thirty to forty of his beau
tiful trained Ponies.
DOCTOR CARYfcK, of California,
Tlie Greatest Rifle Shot in. the World, will
shoot glass bails flying in the air.
CAPTAIN BOGARBUS,-
The Champion Wing shot of the World, will exhibit
his skill.
Minnesota Veteran's Association
Hold their annual re-union at the State Capitol, Sept.
5th. Speeches, Bauds of Music and general good time.
MIMESOT A GROW AMR SUGA (ME
Will be manufactured on the grounds every day dur
ing the Fair. This is a general attraction as the in
troduction of anew and profitable crop for this State.
The Great JKecI Showoff ~Dng of JSrst
Illoods, from England and the United States will
be on exhibition. .Ki'-i.OOO premiums to be divided.
Field day trial, and special premiums.
The Celebrated Eagle, "Old Abe,"
Who served through the war with the Eighth Wiscon
sin llegiment, will be found at camp on the grounds,
Trained Elk,
In harness, will be exhibited as a civilizing feature.
The Minnesota Fishery Association
Will exhibit the State culture by living specimens in
aquariums on the grounds.
The Duluth GSee Club
Will give exhibits daily of their delightful singing.
Grand Display of Fire "Works.
On the River fronting the city on Wednesday, Thurs
day and Friday nights of Fair Week.
*His Excellency, President Hayes, and members of
his official household will be in attendance on Thursday.
Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,
10 Spruce Street,
New York.
THE OBJECT OP OTJR ESTABLI8HEMNT.
Our Newspaper Advertising Bureau, No. 10 Spruce
St., New York, is an establishment intended to facili
tate the convenieut and systematic placing of adver
tisements in newspapers, it is conducted upon the
pr.nciples which we conceive to be the right ones for
securing the hest results to the advertiser.
Weuudertake to represent American newspapers,
not only the newspapers of the city of ew York, and
of all other American cities. Religions, Agricultural,
and all other class newspapers,but also the small
country journals. We receive regularly and keep on
file the diily and weekly newspapers of every descrip
tion throughout the land.
CONFINED STRICTLY TO NEWSPAPER AD-
VERTISING AN7D
TO AMERICAN
NEWSPAPERS.
We confine our transactions to newspapers, and do
not accept or undertake the managemeut of other
classes of advertising, such as books, sign boards, post
ers, or job printing..
By adhering to one branch of advertising we make
ourselves masters of it.
We also restrict our dealings to newspapers published
within the geographical limits of the United States
and Dominion of Canada.
THE NATURE OF THE SERVICE WHICH IT
IS OUR BUSINESS TO RENDER
TO THE ADVERTISER,
We undertake to maintain an established credit
with every newspaper, and to have at hand a schedule
of charges tor advertising space in its columns: to be
able to quote the rates to an advei User who wishes one
or several, and to procure the prompt insertion of the
advertisement without any extra chai tor the service
rendered which service consists of quoting the price
printing or writing as many duplicates of the ad vertise
meut as may be required, forwarding the copy for in
sertion at our own expense for postaee or messenger
service examining the papers to see that the advertise-
appears, when, and in the manner that it ouch
to,checking each subsequent issue of the advertise
ment, in each paper, in a book kept for that purpose,
at all times subject to the inspection of the advertiser,
and marking plainly in each paper the advertisement
asit appears: so that when the advertiser comes (or
sends) for the purpose of having the flies examined,
tbe eye may ight promptly upon his announcement,
without the labor of searching a whole paper or page.
If errors or omissions occur, it is our duty to notify
publish' rs. at our own. expenses for labor, postage or
messenger, and to see to it tfcat the publisher of the
paper actually dues render the specified service for
which the advertiser contracted.
We promise those advertisers whs entrust their ad
vertising patronage to oar management that we will
not allow them to be oharsed, in any Instance, any
mora than tbe publishers' schedule rates: that w will
procure for them the acceptance of any advantageous
offer definitely made to them by any newspaper pub
Hher, advertising agent.or canvasser of responsibility.
W are unwilling to do work wtnout profit, and
^4|HS% it?M
-5 ^Sfe i
never offer to da so, yet in confirmitv with*the pron lis*
made above, we sometimes find it advisable.
THE SYSTEM OP ABRANGEttEN'T FOE NEWs
PAPER FILES.
We have a perfected system for Sling newspapers, a
separate space being accorded io each, and labelled
with the printed name of the paper it is intended to
accommodate A stranger can place his hand upon
any paper he wishes to examine with the same readi
ness-with which he would find a word in a dictionary,
a name in a directory, or a book in a library catalogue.
THE AMOUNT OF MONEY TO BE EX
PENDED.
Persons who have had little experience as advertisers
of ten have a pretty clear understanding of what they
would like to do, but are entirely ignorant of the prob
able cost.
We have made out for such a person a plan of adver
tising calling for an investment of $5,000, and on sub
mitting for approval, found our customer dismayed at
the magnitude of the expense, he not having contem
plated an expenditure exceeding $20 or $300. In such
a case labor would have been saved, if at the com
mencement of the negotiation the questiou had been
askRd: "How much money are you prepared to devote
to this advertising?"
TH E CONFIDENCE OF OUR PATRONS A
MATTER OF PRIME IM-
PORTANCE.
It is a mattsr of prime importance to us, for the pur
pose of maintaining our influence with publishers
that it shall come to be understood among them that
our statements about the advertising to be done, or
not to be done, are to be relied upon, and to t.i end
our dealing with our advertising pairous must be upon
a basis of mutual confidence and good faith.
OUR U'STCMIES ENTITLED TO
BEST SERVICES.
Whenever we are doing the advertising for any indi
vidual, or firm, we consider them entitled to our best
services. If they suggest using a paper which we know
to be not the best for the purpose, we say so and give
the reasons. We often expend a good deal of time for
very small advertisers, much more than the profits on
their patronage would warrant: but we are contact, as
they entrust to us whtt they have to disburse, and in
fluence in our direction the patronage of their friends
and acquaintances.
Extract from New York "Times," June 14,1875.
Ten years ago Messrs. Geo. P. Rowell A Co, es
tablished their advertising agency in New York City
Five years age they absorbed the business conducted,
by Mr. John Hooper, who was the first to go into this
kind of enterprise. Now they have the satisfaction of
controlling the most extensive and cemp'.ete advertis
ing connection which has ever been secured, and one
which would be hardly possible in any other country
but this. They have succeeded in working down a
complex business into so thoroughly a systematic
method that no change in the newspaper system of
America can escape notice, while the, widest Informa
tion upon all topics interesting to advertisers is placed
readily at I he disposal of the public
$9
Geo. P. Rowell & Co.Purifier,
10 Spruce Street,
New York,
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ae
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IMano, with Stool and Oover, only $275. Pnyabie
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strument. Send for Catalogue.
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BnoT,VK'ft BBQjrcBlAiATBOCHBS for Coughs and Cold
S3) BLACK 3 OK-words and music for JOets.
post paid. CHADSEY, ChathamCeutre. N. Y.
^50mosA
to $12 a week with our popular Books.BiMes,!
vi ro
Map&. Goodspeed's Pub?g.Hpnse^Chioaw
A KM.-Delaware 'Fipuit and Grain Farms at
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a day.to Agents to SPII a Household Article.
Address Baekeye M'l'g Co., Marion.Ohio.
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Ask your Jeweler forthem.
AgeneyS Cortlandt St- H. k"
A DAY to Agents canvassing for the ITtire
Blde Visitor. Terms and ontflt'free. d
dress P, O.YICKEBY, Augusta, Mcioe
inraiWO OVVBa-iS. Y. (WeeklyVP^rr.
DIUM40 columns. Subcription 5 0 cents a jti.
IO cents a month on trial 1 CollegePlace.NewYoik.
Sewing Machine Needles for any machine se
J by mail on receipt of 3 5 cents. Address B.
AEMY, St. Paul, Minn.
retail price $280 only $65. PI A.NOS
j^j retail price $510 only $186. Great
bargains. BEATTY.Washing, on,N.J
10THIN
The. Eirgert
Stock at Boston
One'Pried cach-
ing Store, Mi'.a
apolis. 5
SIMPtK, EASY, PKOFITABXB.
ETETYTODY HIS .OWE PRIKTjl'
Send 6cfor handsome catalogue. NATIONAL TYPE CO.,
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AWNINCS, TENTS,.
AVATEKPEOOF COVEBS. SIGSS, WINDOW SIIADIS
Murr.-ty &. Bakr. lOO Soutli BtsiIn.
St.. Chicago. Send for Illustrated Price-List.
dk-j pr/V AYJ5A'. Board and tuition for C-: r's,
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Staple articlepleases everybocVTrade continnrliy
ncreasingAgents wanted everywherebest ind'i-.re-
menfedon't waste timesend for circular to.
ROB'T WILLS, 43 Vesey&t., N. Y.: P.O. Box Tit".
BORED
XH 1 E
The TIFFIN Well Uoriiigand Rock.
Drilling' Maohi.se is the, only Machine that
will succeed everywhere.' It makes the best
of wells in any soil or rock. One man and one
horsi Can make from .$'30 to S50 a day.
Circulars and references'sent free. N PAT
ENT RIGHT SWINDLE. Address
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Paints Ready for Use
fOIt FAKMKKS AXZ M'JP'S.
They are uniform in shade, and the color can always
be matched. Any one dnt with th'rm. They have
very superior covering properties and do not, like.-the
sc-called patent paints, contain either water, bf nzia
or alkali. These faints are in Liquid Form and (are
sold in Gallon CanB and Barrels. They are also put up
In small cans of one to five pounds. Send. for.sample
card showing ifferent shades. F. W. DEVOE & CO.,
cor. Fulton and William New York.
From the Minneapolis papers,
TO THE CITIZENS OF MINNEAPOLIS.-rOur ex
ueiieiice in the handling of Dr. E. B. Halliday's Blood
Puvifior is such that we are not afraid to tell you' that
it is the most wonderful "Blood Searcher" of the pres
ent age. No medicine ever went out of our store that
has given such univensal satisfaction as it is givin fito
day. For Catarrh,. Kidney and Urinary Diseases,. Fe
male Weaknesses and Nervous,Debility we.iadorss
the statement of Dr. Halliday, that it has nb eaual
GROSSMAN PLUMMER. Dninrists Minnea.DpHs.
Hrve you weak or sore eyes, caused by Catarrh or
some Scrofulous Disease? If jou have, lose no time,
but cleanse your blood with Dr. Hallipay'B Blood
and your eyes will become all right. Try It
and you will be surprised at the result. For Kindoei
Complaint, Female Weaknesses, and Nervous LeDii
Ity, it has no equal in the civilized world As this
medicine has been extensively counterfeited, see that
"8. Blackiord, Agent," is blown in the back of c?ery
bottle. A ss. your druggist for it, and if he .does! not
keep it he will order it for you, or i ddress, BLACK
FORD, b7 Wabashaw street. St. Paul General Azwi
NOYES BKOS. Jc CUTLER. Wholesale Agents. St
Paul :'""f
St. F.N. 17. yt. i4.
jt^f^Wheii writing: to Advertisers, please
The Minnesota ICMiel
The Crowning Success of a Century's Experience'
^Neither a Yibrator, nor an Apron Machine'
1 But Combines the Best Points of Both, with Entirely]^ ^'4
NEW FEATURES OE
It is Woiiderlul in its Simplicity/'
lightest Ruiiniiig ^p^'\
est Durable, Economical and Profitable Machine in the Marker/
For Price lisfa or pegcriptivePamphlets, apply to the Manufacturers,
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