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He Was After Dickens.
Do you want to hire a reporter?'" in
quired a red nosed young man, as he
thrust his illuminated oliaetory into this
office yesterday.
He was informed that we had all the"
help we rpqftired at present.
"Sorryvery u*rjhT.to..aair Ibyrpfo
quite low, "just noticed by squib in news
paper that the immortal Dickens began
life as a reporter first I had heard of it.
and concluded at once to begin that way
myself. Dickens made a great success
of it, and what has been done once can
be done again."
We acknowledged that Dickens had
made qure a hit.
"A. decided hit," put in the young
man, "and all I want is to start under
the same auspices. Sure you have no
place for me?"
"No place at present."
"Mighty sorry," replied the applicant
have just been reading 'David Centre
field,' and am quite charmed with"the
author's btyle."
"David Coppcrfield, not 'Centrefield,'"
we ventured to suggest.
"Perhaps you're right yes, now I rec
ollect, you are right much obliged
been playing baseball lately, and have
got names confused. Will be in town a
lew days, and hope you will not forget
me if a vacancy should accur."
We promised to remember him, and
the young man withdrew.
Protruding his beacon light once more,
he said:
Daniel Webster, Benjamin Franklin,
and Napoleon Bonaparte also feegan life
in newspaper offices but I don't care for
them Dickens is the man I'm after,"
and he closed tne door softly and went
down stairs on his tiptoes.Oil City Der
rick.
Country flomes.
It is qfteri to be observed, in passing
through ^farming districts, that little care
is evinced in the arrangments of farm
homesteads. An fgly fence has been
put around a square of land, a box of a
house planted in the center, and a stable,
with a straw roof or no roof at all, in one
corner, a kitchen garden on one side of
the house and a hay yard at the other.
If any shade, fruit trees or shrubs are
seen about the premises, they only
add to the confusion. On the spur of the
moment, and in great haste of settlement,
the occuponts labored under a contused
notion ot what was needed to make a
pleasant and convenient home. And
having started out in this way they keep
on year after year making no improve
ments they cultivate no taste for the
beautiful they acquaint themselves with
few, if any, ol the comforts ot an orderly
and we'l arranged homestead.
Even on the best of farms, where the
buildings and farms are good, there is an
unpardonable carelessness in many re
spects. Currant bushes, gooseberry
bushes, and the various berry-briars, with
now and then a little firewood,or a luxur
iant burdock all tangled with an impene
trable barrier, form the boiders of the
garden, while the fruit trees are scattered
here and there, rough-barked and sciub
by. A little order infused into the own
ner's constitution a little care and atten
tion given to what some regard as tiifling
maters about their premises, would
make home blooming and attractive. No
one has more opportunities to create
home attractions, or a bettei right to en
joy them than the farmer. He should
not let his opportunity pass.
Boxes on the Ear.
The blindness of the late King of Hanov
er, says, the London Lancet, was occa
sioned, it is understood, by an accidental
and by no means violent blow upon the eye.
Scarcely a day passes, we believe, with
out some schoolmaster (or schoolfellow,
in natural imitation of his master) giving
a lad a smart "box" upon the ear. Few
persons would be bold enough to chose
the eye as a part' upon which it jwas, ex
pedient to inflict a violent blow by way
of moral education, but there is apparent
ly no end to the numbers who' select an
organ upon which violence is liable to be
attended which more dangerous results
For not nly is deafness causedIby "box-
es," which rupture (as they continually
do) the drum of the ear, but the inflam
mation of the internal cavity which is so
frequent a result, "may be followed by
disease of the bone, giving rise to abcess
of the brain, and having a fatal termina
tion. Medical men alone can be fully
aware how fruitful a source of suffering
and danger is represented by a box upon
tne ear. There are, for example, under
observation at the present moment two
schoolboys who have been the victims of
s^ch an assault. Surely, the schoolmast
er ought to have learned, long ere this,
the danger of a mode of personal chas
tisement that has apparently usurped the
place of others, which were not attended
with'in equal amOuhft oftperil.
A Word of Warmnfc Counterfeiters.
The wide-spread fame of Hostetter's Stom
ach Bitters caused a necessity on our part to
remind, from time to time, whom it may con
cern, of the fact that imitating said article is
a punishable offence, and we now give this
word of caution, that we will most assuredly
ha\e all those Dersons engaged in re-filling
our second-hand bottles, selling by the gallon
or barrel, or in any manner whatsoever palm
ing off on the public a spurious article pur
porting to be our preparation punished to the
full extent of the law. Penal for counter
feiting, or dealing counterfeit trade mark
goods, as set forth in a law recently passed by
Congress: "Fine not exceeding $1,000, or lm
pr'^oment not more than two years, or both
su ,h fine and imprisonment." We never fail
to "convict. NOTICE ^'TteAIDERS ASTD PURCHASERS
Hostetter's/ "\f \an ntver, under^anyf^Yum
stanees, sold in UUIK, BUT ALWAYS rs BOTTLES
with.a finely engraved Eternal fiOTenne
(specmliproprietaryg Stamp %/eriiagtAelcofcfc
of each bottle, fastened to both sides of the
neck of same. All Bitters purporting to be
Hostetter's, without this stamp, are counter
feit. HOSTETTER & SMITH.
7 i,n I,
AVMU
Pompeii.
Excavations at Pompeii prove the city to
have been one of the most fashionable and
beautiful of Roman summer resorts, and but
for the eruption it might have remained so to
this day. As with Pompeii, so with thou
sands ol people who have beauty of form and
feature. They might be admired but for the
eruption, that makes the face unsightly, and
betrays the' presendd of scrofula, virulent
blood poison, or general debility. There is
but one remedy that positively cures these
affections, and that remedy is Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It is the best
known tonic, alterative, and resolvent. It
speedily cures pimples, blotches, liver Bpotsy
and 11 diseases arizing from impoverished or
impure blood- It also cures dyspep ia, and
regulates the liver and bowels. Sold by drug-
Boston One J*ric ClocnlnKJBouse, t. Paul
W have received the fall and winter price
list and system of self-measurement for 1378-9
issued by the Boston "One Prii e" Clothing
House, 43 East Third St, St. Pml This is a
neat little pamphlet of 18 pages giving a com
plete description with prices of their immense
stock of Men and Boys, clothing. Their sys
tem of self-msasurement is so simple that a
perfectfatis always certain. This pamphlet
will be mailed free to any address by sending
your name to the Boston ''One Price" Cloth
ing House, 43 East Third St, St. Paul. Goods
sent C. O. D. with the privilege of examining
before payingfor them, if they are not satis
factory they may be returned without ex
pense to the party ordering.
The Heart is a delicate organ and must be
kept in perfect health that the blood may cir
culate properlv and promote the giowthof
every organ of the body therefore if you have
any symptoms of Heart Disease, do not de
lay, butprocure a suitable remedy, such as we
ff er you in Dr. Graves' HEART REGULA-
TOR, and ariest the diseasedelay is always
dangerous.
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,
Rheumatism, General Debility and Sinking of
the Spirits Send yonr name to F. E. INGALLS,
Concord, N. H, for a pamphlet containing a
list of testimonials of cares, &c.
The HEART REGULATOR is garanteed to
cure all sym toms of Heart Disease, organic
or sympathetic, and can be procured of your
druggist at 50 cents and $1 per bottle.
The Poor Man Friend.Doctors' bills are
too long for the poor man's pocket, but many
of them may be avoided by keeping GRACE'S
SALVE in the cupboard. It is the "precious
pot of ointment," curing Burns, Cuts, Scalds,
Sprains, Chilblains, Chapped Hands, &c.
Prudent housewives will save their husbands'
hard earned money by purchasing a box of
this Salve.
EXPERIENCE HAS CONCLUSIVELY SHOWN
that for cutaneous eruptions, open sore,s
leprous exfoliations and rheumatic com
plaints, HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE is more
efficacious than any ointment, lotion or em
brocation that has ever been devised. Phvs
lcians admit this and the popular verdict
confirms and ratifies the professional dictum,
and assigns this salve the foremost place
among remedies of its class. Sold by all
Druggists.
For upwards of thirty years Mrs. WINS
LOW'S SHOOTING SYRUP has been used
for children with never-failing success. It
corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves wind
colic, 4
ill "j O 'V^l^O
regulates the bowls, cures dysentery
and diarrhoea, whethei arising from teething
or other causes. An old and well-tried rem
edy. 25 cts. a bottle.
CHEW
The Celebrated
"Matchless
Wood Tag Plug
TOBACCO.
THB PIONEER TOBACCO COMPA Y,
New York. Boston and Chicago.
Another Fat Man rteuuecd.
H. A KUFUS, dealer in dry-goods, Wood
hull, 111., writes BOTANIC MHDICINE CO Buf
jalo, N. Y., June 23d, 1878:. "Gentlemen
Please find inclosed $5.00, for which send me,
by express, Anti-Fat. I haye taken ope bot
tle and I lost five and one-quarter pounds."
,^i
Cottage Gingerbread.
Take one cup of butter snd lard melted to
jiher, and one cup of New Orleans molasses
six into this one cup each of sugar and cold
vater, -two lrge teaspoonfuls ginger, two
ef gs beaten, and four cups offiolir,having in
ii three large teaspoonfuls DOOLEY'S YEAST
POWDER. Bake in moderately hot oven.
A man recently asked a drug store for a
box of rough diamonds, but the druggist knew
no such remedy. After much parley the
druggist found that his customer wanted
Parson's Purgative PMs. He says, "That's the
only fit name for 'em."
_^*_
For the benefit of our readers we give this
Jweek a sure cure for colic or belly ache in
horses. To one bottle Johnson's Anodyne Lin
iment add same quantity of molasses and 6ame
quantity of water, and pour down the horse's
throat
A cable dispatch to the Assoctated Press savs
that Mason" & Hamlin have been awarded
the highest gold medal at the Paris Exposi
tion for ffielr Cabinet Organs. Thirty Jbest
makers oftfie world were competitors.
To cleanse and whiten the teeth, to sweeten
the breath,-use Brown's Camphorated Sapona
ceous Dentifrice. Twentv-flve cents a bottle.
IMPORTANf HOTlCK.-Fanien.ram
ilies and Others can purchase no Remedy equal to Dr.
TOBIAS' VENETIAN LINIMENT for the cure of
Cholera, Diarrhocea, Dysentary, Croup, Oollo, and Sea
sickness, taken internally--(it Is perfectly harmless
see oath accompanying each bottle) and externally fo
Chronic Rheumatism. Headache, loothache,
Throatd, Cuts, Burns. Swellings, Braises Mosquito
l
yL
Sr re^aihWhe'llnbs'back and Chest.Sore
roperflea, Sai by theJ&A Druggist* at AOets, Depot 42
lurrar "york^. I f',
BfrftfNew jfe
S553S]
.n ^ND STEREOPTICONS
fPUBL'v,y.TvL.Ar-$CHC:L..-H0WE:XHl3.h0NS
K&S^e.T.MILLIGAN.
.QAPONIFIEP
Is the Old xleftabte Concentrated Lye
FOB FAMnilf SOAP MAKING.
Directions accompanying each can for nimfctng Hard.
Soft and ToUefcSoap, QTJIOXXTJ
IT IS FULL WEIGHT AND STRENGTH.
The market is flooded with (so-caUed) Concentrated
Iiye.which is adulterated with salt and rosin, and wont
make soap.-
WYE MONEJT,, AND BUT THE
SAPONIFIER
Pennsylvania! Salt Manuf'g Co.
ouUC riW^
WHAT THE
Chicago Ledger
OFFERS FOR
toib in-ill ttJ'
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ForTwoDollarswe will send THE CHICAGO
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Postpaid. This is a rare opportunity to obtain
& valuable Family Paper for along subscrip
tion period at a price which is quite nominal.
ForTwoDollars wewill send THE CHICAGO
LEDGER one year, Postpaid, and an elegant
set of COBAIATJ) JEWELBY, consisting of Breast
Pin, Ear-RingB, and Cuff-Pins. These are
new and very handsome, and are an excellent
imitation of genuine corals. Parties receiving
them will not be diuopointed.
$2 0 0
For Two Dollars we will sendTHE CHICAGO
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gant NICKED-PLATED, EHOUSH STEXXI BABBEX
AND GYUHDEB, S2"E-8HOT BBTOLTKB. This
Revolver isfirBt-classin every particular, r^id
cannot be bought at retail for less than $5.00.
It will be sent by mail, postage paid, and war
ranted perfect
$2.oo
ForTwo Dollars wewill send THE CHICAGO
LEDGER one year, Postpaid, and a copy of
"THE FABMEB'S FRIKKD AND CALCULATOR," the
$2'.o
most useful book ever written for farmero.
ForTwo Dollarswe will send THE CHICAGO
LEDGER one year, Postpaid, and five beauti
ful CHBOMossize from 14x20 to 20x27 Our
stock of Ohromos is limited, and those wishing
to take advantage of the above offer should
remit at once.
$2.oo
ForTwo Dollarswe will send THE CHICAGO
LEDGER one year, Postpaid, and a copy of
"THB HOKE GOTDB," a book of 180 pages,
neatly bound in cloth, containing 1,000 practi
cal recipes and hints on Cookery, The House
hold, The Toilet, The Bick-Boom, fto. This
book contains an unlimited amount of informa
tion which cannot be foun in many of the
higher-priced publications.
$2d
Ih
VE^BTRV-NI^EMEWrra*lntroduce6l 1874, and
no one who has used it but continues to do so. many
stating that if it wrs ten dollars a bottle tfaey would
not be without it. Thousands of certificates can be
seen at the Xtepot
speakingAot
ft*"**Street.d
its wonderfrl curative For Two Dollars we will send THE CHICAGO
LEDGER one year, Postpaid, and a beautiful
ly-bound volume of Dickens' Little Folks, en
Jtitled
JvMtisO I
"SIDEE." The retail price of this book
$2* 0
at any bookstore is 11.00. uiU
For Two(Dollarswe wfll sendTHE CHICAGO
LEDGER on* year, Postpaid, and an elegant
STX-BLADKD POCKET EJOR, the retail priee of
which,!* 91,25.
22_S "fl'fj (THVi*
f, ,'tt, i
9"Eeh1of the above-punad artielM will be
Postpaid, together irith the paper as
above stated, to anyadtfree*,onnoeiptof $1.00
iapdw^w^nantth^anaaieptejartea,
Addnai
THE LEDGER, Chicago, HI
mmmmm
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& UIIP CABINET ORGANS.
Demonstrated best by HIGHE8T HONORS AT AT.T,
"WORLD'SEXPOSITIONS FOR TWELVE VEAR,
viz at PABIS. 1867, VHWNA. 18 8, SANTIAGO. 1878.PHUT
ADKLPHIA 1876, PABIS, 1878. and GKAKD SWKEDISH
GOLD MEDA I, 1878. OnlyAmerican Organs ever award
ed ghest honors at any such. Sold fo- cash or in
stallments IixtrsTBATED CATALOGF,S and Circulars
With now styles and prtoe*sent free, MASON HAM-
LIN ORGAN CO.,BOSTON.NEW YOr,K orOHKVAGO.
Parons'ft Purs tlv*Pills make KewRicn
ood, and will completely change the blood in the en
tire system in three months Any person who will
take 1 pill each night from 1 to 12weeks may be re
stored to sonnd health, if such a thing be posal
OKft le. I. JOHNSON SO N CJo Bangor. Maine.
TJBA3tS OS1
GRACE'S SALVE
JoKESvnxE, Mich Dec. 27,1877.Messrs. Fowlea
I sent yon 50 cents for two boxes of Grace's Salve,
have had two and have used them on an ulcer on my
foot, and it is almost well. Respectfully yours,
0 J. VAN NBBB.
Price 2 5 cents a box at all druggists, or sent by mall
on receipt of 8 5 cents. Prepared by HETH W
VOWLE* SONS. SO Harrison Ave.. Boston.Maa?
Awarded 1tjlies' pize it rpn*e
Established 1833.
Gargling Oil Liniment
Yell cv Wrapper for Animal and White for
Human Flesh.
GOOD FOR
Buns snd ScakK Sprains and Bruises,
Ch iblams, Frost Stnnghalt, Windfalls,
Scratches or Grease, Foot Rot in Sheep,
Cnapped Hands, i Foundered Feet,
Wesh Wounds, Roup in Poultry,
External Poisons, Cracked Heels,
Sand Cracks, Epizootic,
Galls of all kinds, Lame Back, i
Sitfist, Ringbone, Hemorrhoids or Piles,
Poll Evil, Toothache,
Swellings, Tumors, Rheumatism,
Garget in Cows, Spavins, Sweenev,
Cracked Teats, Fistula, Mange,
Callous, Lameness, Caked Breasts,
Horn Distemper, Sore Nipples,
Curb, Old Sores,
Corns, Whitlows,
Cramps, Boils,
Weakness of the Joint*
Contraction of Muscles.
Merchant's'Gargling Oil is the standard
Crownscab, Quittor,
Foul Ulcers, Farcy,
Abcess of the Udder,
Swelled Legs,.
Thrush,
6, 'f
Liniment of the united States. Large size,
$i, medium, 50c small, 35c Small size for
family use, 25c. Manufactured at Lockport,
N. Y., by Merchant's Gargling Oil Company.
JOHN HODGE, SeCy.
DR. CRAIG'S KIDNEY CURE
THE GREAT BKIXDY FUB
ALL K1DSEY 1X8A8KS
Beferiby special permission to Bey. Or. J. E. Rankin,
Washington. D. C. G. T. Heston, M Newton,
Bucks Co Pa John L. Roper, Esq .Norfolk, Va. Br
J. H. White, 417 Fourth Ave New York Dr. O. A.
Dean, Charlotte. N. Y., Hon. O. B. Parsons, present
Mayor ef Rochester, N. Ask yonr druggist. Send
for pamphlet and aodreav 1R CKAIO,
UKlVKRSIT M4ACE, NfiWYOBK.
f
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'inn uo '.*n
tint* *i $'nv$ %Ci .%i
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MONK'S'
art rising for the Agents for
'Bos 's Name Writing and
Darning Attachment for
Sewing machines. The most
useful of domestic invtntionB.
.Needed by every lady A spec
ial attachment for each kind
of machine, in ordering name
the machine Price 91. Send
for samnle and price list to
II ROSE, Son building,
New York.
Exposition 'ot
fit & 'hewing qu? Lea fir "l ~ing cficr
acter of sweet* i \q en ft r, i best toba
ever made A. c:r h\ s*n marl, is closet)
imitated on infenor JTXK a tLat Jtr.son'- Beit
3u every pi 13 SoU 1 1 do 'rs. bj i for^ samola.
free to A JACJSO\ & Co "'ifrs Feterfbore, vc
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HOW TO OET THEM I the best prt of the state 6,00
acres ror sale. For a copy or the "Kmwaa PacUol
Stead," addrw 3. f'ljnore. Land Com r, Salins,
MAKE HENS LAT.
An English Veterinary Surgeon and Chemist now
traveling in this country, says that most of the Horre
and Cattle Powders sold here are worthless trash. He
says that Sheridan's Condition Powders are a solntely
pure, and immensely valuable Nothing on earth will
make hens lay line Sheridan's Condition Powders. Dose
one teaspoonful to one pint food.
Sent by mall for eight letter stamps
I. S. JOHNSON A CO.,
Bangor, Maine.
MASON & HAM LIN
ORGAN S!
Splendid New Styles. VS.OO per Month till paid.
IMPERIAL PIANOS.
50 Piano, Stool and Cover for JRS75. Only $10 oer
Month. Immense Sales. Every Piano warranted.fi
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BBOWK'S BBONOHiALtXBocgEB ror Uougns and Cot
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a day to Agents to sell a Household Article.
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EkTS! Most remarkable labor saving machine.
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M. SFENOEB, U2 Wash'n St, Boston, Mass.
DAT to Agents canvassing for the Fire,
side Visitor. Terms and outfit free. Ad
dress P, O. VICKEEY, Augusta, Heine
1 O Sewing Machine Needles for any machine so
hi by mail on receipt of 8 5 cents. Address B.
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IInilDP| retail price 9310 only $185. Great
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A certain method* by which any
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