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Mr. WIso-V Fl.uuK.al Scheme. -
(Yniong the several bills iu relation to
financial matters introduced in Congress
is one by Representative Wilson, of In
diana, of which the following is the sub
J'VrxlIt repeals the limitation of the
amount of national bank circulation,
practically authorizing free banking.
fret nul It repeals the provision re
quiring national banks to keep si reserve
on account of ;ir!iil:itini. Urn iiIph.
being that the bonds deposited will be
suflicient security without the reserve.
Third The bill forbids national
banks to pay to banks interest tin de
posits, or to receive from banks interest
on deiKisits. This, it is claimed, will
not drive depositors to private hankx to
secure interest on their money, while it
will prevent the sending of money East
by the banks, where it will be used at
The bill further provides for the crea
tion in the Treasury of a fund, to be
known as " the legal tender reseneof
Si 00,000,000." The mode of creatinr
this reserve is by requiring iho Si
tary of the Treasury, when the receipts
in the Treasury are iu excess of the
current expenses of the Government,
and as new banks are organized after
the passage of the act, to retire legal
tenders until the amount added to those
retired and now in the Treasury shall
reach $100,000,000. To prevent con
traction, it is fm thcr provided that the
legal tenders shall not bo retired faster
than cii dilation shall be issued to newly
organized banks. This legul tender re
serve is to be used in this way and no
other, viz. r Persons, firms, or corpora
tions, by depositing United States
bonds, may drsiw u Iiko amount of legal
tenders, and upon returning the amount
received, with an additional amount
equal to I he interest accumulated on the
bonds from the date of deposit to the
date of redemption, may take up the
bonds. To prevent this reserve from
being reduced too low, it is provided
that after three months, if the Secretary
shall deem it neccsbary, he ma-, after
giving Ivn days' notice to the depositor,
sell the bonds, reimburse the fund by
the accumulated interest, and turn the
balance over to the depositor.
The bill also provides that the Bank
Kxumincr shall examine and report
whether loans or discounts are made by
the banks on corporation stocks or
bonds, and the amount of such loans ;
whether a bank has purchased such
bonds, and the amount and kinds ; and
shall publish tho leport in some news
paper published in the locality where
the bank is situated. This is to give
depositors informatnm as to the charac
ter of business tho bank is doing; and
thereby to deter banks from dealing in
that class of securities.
Former Chief Justices.
The nomination of Attorney-General
Williams for Chief Justice of the United
States is a respectable appointment,
but, not the best that could be made.
When Grant was in the army everybody
gave him credit for selecting the right
man for the right place, and it is possi
ble his traditional sagacity has led him
aright in this instance, but we have our
douhts about it. The six men who have
already held the position of Chief Jus
tice were eminent iu public affairs be
fore they were appointed, and have all
left brilliant records behind them.
John Jay, the first Chief Justice, had
been Governor of New York, its Chief
Justice, Piesident of the Continental
Congress, Minister to Spain, and Secre
tary for Foreign Affairs under the Con-
fo fflm" " n,' u0 Avn8 Chief Justice
oi the Uiiiteu States, he was appointed
by Washington Minis'cr to England,
the npKintmcut not. being at the time
considered incompatible with his judi
cial position. John llutledge. the sec
ond Chief Justice, had been President
or the colony of South Carolina, Gov
ernor of theState, and its representative
in tho Continental Congress. Oliver
Ellsworth, the third Chief Justice, had
been Justice of the Superior Court of
Connecticut, and a Senator in Congress
from that State. While- lie was Chief
Justice he was appointed special Min
ister to France, and continued to hold
both ollices at the same time. John
Marshall, the fourth Chief Justice, had
been a member of the Incentive Coun
cil of Virginia, a member of tho Legis
lature of that State and of tin; conven
tion of the State called to latify the
Constitution of the United States, Min
ister tc Prance, member of Congress,
and Secretary of State. lie was Secre
tary of State when he was appointed
Chief Justice, and ho held both offices
until the close of the administration of
Mr. Adams. Uoger 1. Taney, the fifth
Chief J lift ice, had been Attorney-General
of the United States and Secretary
of the Tr usury. Mr. Chase, the sixth
Chief Justice, had been twice Governor
of Ohio, Senator of the United States
from that State, and Secretary of the
Treasury. -Milwaukee VV nlincl.
The Christmas Tree.
The Christmas tree is doubtless of
German origin. Though in its present
form it is comparatively of leeent date,
yet its pagan prototype enjoyed a very
"high antiquity. The early Germans
conceded of the world as a great treo
whose roots were hidden deep under tho
earth, but whose top, flourishiugjin the
midst of Walhalla, the old German par
adise, nourished the she-goat upon
whose milk fallen heroes restored them
selves. Yggdnalil was the name of this
tree, and its memory was still green
long after Christianity had been intro
duced into Germany, when much of its
symbolic character "was tnuisferred to
the Christmas tree. At first fitted up
during the Twelve Nights in honor of
Perchta, the goddess of spring, it was
subsequently transferred to the birth
day of Christ, who, a the God-man, is
become the "resurrection and the life."
The evergreen fir tree, an emblem of
spring-time, became tho symbol of an
eternal spring. The burning lights
were to adumbrate llim who is the
"light of the world,' and the gifts to
remind us that God, iu giving Ills only
Son for the world's redemption, con
ferred upon us ihe most priceless of all
gifts. This symbolism extended also to
the most usual of Christinas presents
apples and nuts: the former being con
sidered as an emblem of youth, the lat
ter as a profound symbol of spring,
while the "bov's legs" relate to Saturn,
who devoured liis own children, and the
Kropfel to tho thunder-stone of Thor.
O. .If. Sjtcncer in Jlurpcr"s for Jan
TnE recent horrible poisoning case in
Montreal, in which a dozen people
drank up nearly half a gallon of vinum
colchici upon the supposition that it
was whifcky, has a very useful moral for
inconsiderate drinkers. The above peo
ple, who are now nil in the cemetery,
found this drug, and, supposing it to be
intoxicating liquor, went in and made a
night of it, carousing and drinking in a
manner which it would not be compli
mentary to the lower 'animals to call
brutish. The whole miserable crew,
men and women, died before morning.
The most of the whisky sold nowadays
is sure to kill sooner or later, but litUe
social parties of-41a deeriptoB,-who
devote a night to drinking and make a
serious and energetic business of it,
should be particular in ascertaining
whether they are drinking the right
poison. . -
TIio rejKjrt of tho Chief of tho Bureau of
Statirttich wiyHt .
The inwortaiico of obtaiiiiiii: and niililidiiDK
accurate htatUticu, not only of the agca, tcxen
anl port of arrival, but of the nationalities
and occniatiou of tho largo and incrcnriiij:
iminijer of iraniigrantH, han iaiponcd additional
duties on this diweion. Sjiccial offortH hao
been made to induce greater accuracy ou tho
part of thoffi who originally record the data, o
that tin; compilations published by the Bureau
mav be full and trustworthy. Tho importance
to cur country of thin annual influx of for-eign-lwm
citizens requires more than ordinary
care in tho presentation of the facts. Proba
blr no emigrants from Continental TuroHi
have been moro valued or more warmly wel
comed than thoMj who have come from Scaii
dinav uu countries. As. translations of the je
jKjrt have bocn published in the German
and French language, it seema not only
pro)t-r. but in a high degree desirable, that
tho nativrttoi llicso lorcigur'junincn nuuwu
lsj supplied with information in their own
tongue in re-gard to the United States.
Yielding to a request which has for several
yearn been pressed with great urgency, a trans
lation of tho rciort into tho Swedish language
has been made, and will be submitted at an
carlvdav to Congress, with tho recommenda
tion that .jO,0W copes b printed for distri
bution in .Scandinavian countries. An urgent
demand has also licen made for tho transla
tion of tho report into tho Slavic tongue,
which is sjHikcu not oiilyinKussiaand Poland,
but in ISolicmia, Silesia, and Moravia, countries
from which streams or emigration would flow
to tho finted States if the necessary informa
tion were supplied to those contemplating re
moval from their iiativo soil. The .English
edition of 10,(K,0 copies, printed by order of
Congress, for gratuitous distribution in tho
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
is ncirlv exhausted, and a further issue of
5,000 copies orttiis report, wunainapoi mo
United State, is urgently recommended. Ah
tho report lias lx-en stereotyped, tho co.st of
the pjH.r, press-work and stitching would be
small in amount. At no period Jlw tho de
mand for thin document been more urgent
than at present, and at no timo have the Ikjiio
titH resulting from its circulation in that coun
try been so marked aH in tho recent past.
Tho number of male immigrants from En
gland Scotland, and Wales during thclat lis
cal vcar was almost eactly tho tame as in tho
preceding one, being 51,121 in 1SC2 and 51.1 II
in 1871, and yet tho increase iu tho skilled oc
cupations of" tho adult oor 1871 was 2,681.
Iho great cut incrca-o was exhibited in the fol
Blacksmiths, an increase of 92; boiler
makers, :6; brick-makers, 18; carpenter,
:J7(I; joiners. .Ti4; dyers. 22 ; gardeners, 107;
jewelers. 40 ; manufacture, (3: masons,
72fi; iinlle. GO; miners, 519; moldere, 82;
painters, 179; plumber?, 98; printers, 01 ;
saddlers. 30 ; shoomakc, 1G0; spinners,
120; tailors, 33; weavers, 31G, and wheel
Tho immigrants from England included,
also, manv small farme and somo profes
sional ami business men, bringing with them
ready money to invest iu United States bonds
and in farm stock. Indeed, tho inquiries of
parties who desiro to purchase lands, cither
for themselves or for small companies of in
tending immigrants, have been bo extensive
as to conridcrably increase tho correspondence
of the Bureau. Tho total uumber of persons
or foreign birth who, iu tho year ended Juno
."0, 187.1, decided to mako tho United States
their ruturo home is 159.80.1, or whom 275,792
were males, and 18-1,011 rcmalcs, being an in
crease or 51.997, or 131 percent, over the im
migration or the fiscal year of 1872. Tho
largest increase from any country wai 25,731,
or 18 1-5 per cent., from Germany ; while from
England, tho ecoss over tho proiou year
was 5,037, or 7 per cent., and from Ireland
8.712, or 12J per cent. Tho increase from
Franco was nearly 59 per cent., being 9.317 in
1872, and 1 1,798 in 1873. If tho average valno
of an immigrant, as stated by thoundert-igiied
in tho report abovo referred to, bo $800, tho
economical valuo of this addition to our popu
lation in tho past jear amounts to ?.Uu,M2,
100. It is respect fully submitted that so
l.iruo an augmentation of our national wealth
will justify tho oipcndituroof a sum sufficient
for tho diffusion or such information as will
sero to increase tho voluino of this tido of
Their value is by no means appreciat
ed, but the rapidity with which people
are waking up to their necessity and
usefulness is one of tho significant signs
of the times. Few families are now
content with one newspaper. The thirst
for knowledge is not easily satisfied,and
books, though useful, yea, absolutely
necessary, in their place, fail to meet the
demands of youth or ago. Our country
newspaper is eagerly songhtftnd its con
tents as eagerly devoured ; then comes
the demand for the city news, national
and foreign news. Next to the political
come the literary and scientific journals.
Lastly, ami above all, come tho moral
and religious journals. All these are
demanded to satisfy the cravings of the
Newspapers are also valuable to ma
terial prcspcritj. They advertise the
village, county or locality. They spread
before the reader a map or. which may
be traced character, design and progiess.
If a stranger calls at a hotel he first in
quires for the village newspaper"; if a
friend ceunes from a distance the very
next thing after family greetings, he in
quires for your village or county paper,
and you feel discomfited if you arc un
able to find a late copy, and coufouuded
if you arc compelled to say that you do
not take it
Newspapers are just as necessary to
lit a man for his true position in life
as food or raiment. Show us a ragged,
barefooted boy rather than an ignorant
one. His head will cover his feet iu
after life if he is well supplied with
newspapers. Show us the child who is
eager for newspapers. He will make his
mark in tho world if you gratify that
desire for knowledge. Other things be
ing equal, it is a rule that never fails.
Give your children newspapers.
Somi Carolina. A correspondent
drown a nivlnuckolj picture of the de
cadence of South" Carolina. He esti
mates that over HO per cent, of the
farmers have lost money since the war,
and mentions one 3,000-acro tract of
laud that has been sold four times under
the Sheriff's hammer since 1S6."). Be
fore tho war, he says, the taxable prop
erty of South Carolina was valued at
about $4SS,000,000 ; in 1870 it had
fallen to $S4,000,000, and the decrease
has been steadily progressing up to the
present time ; but the taxation before
tho war was only a little over S400,'000
anuuallv, while the taxation in 1870 was
about $2,100,000, yet the State taxation
debt has increased from 0,000,000 to
something between 10,000,000 and
The new Trinity'College buildings at
Hartford ar- to consist of four quad
rangles, and they will contain within
them nearly fourneres of ground. The
plans contemplate furnishing accommo
dation for three hundred students,
though at fiist dormitories for only one
huudred and fifty will be ereeted. The
plans have been prepar- d by a London
architect, and tho architecture is to be
the early English which, flourished in
the thirteenth century.
Suxt the Door! An Iowa magistrate,
before whom a man was brought charged
with cuffing a servant's cars " because
she left a door open six hundred times,"
discharged the accused, on the ground
that leaving a door open was a technical
assault, as it involved bodilv injury,
and that therefore the cuiF administered
by the defendant was given iu "sell-de-
During tho early part of tho flight
every precaution in adopted to prevent
leaving a heary trail, or one easily to
be followed ; to tins end, instead of
moving, as is customary, in single file,
tv ." ..iIi-. i..c t it.
tnereoy leaving a kiimujj uuuhwi pain,
each warrior moves independently of
his fellows, .until all danger from pur-
suit is safely passed, when the party
fidls into single tile, and, with the chief '
at their head, moves along in almost i
....t..lr.n -Him,., If lnrincT an attack .
uponthc frontier settlements the In- '
'diaus bhonld encounter unexpected and ,
successful resistance, ueces:
nrematuro withdrawal and flight
their part, tliey sua resort io uiraiagem
in order to (secure theii safety. In ac
cordance with a plan previously formed
and understood by each member of the .
party, and spccisilly provided for an
emergency, the war party finding thoia
sclves aliout to encounter successful re
sistance of the part of the frontiersmen
beat a hasty retreat ; but instead of
taking their flight in a singlo direction
and in one party, thereby leaving an
unmistakable clue for their pursuers,
the entire party breaks up into smaller
bands, each apparantly fleeing in an
- - . . ! L 1 . A. A
independent direction, a few of the best
mounted usually falling behind to at- ,
tract the attention of the, pursuers, ami
give time to those of the party who aro
burdened with prisoners and captured
stock to make good their escape. In j
biich an emergency as this a rendezvous ,
for the entire party has been previously
fixed upon. Its location is usually I
upon or near some water-course or
prominent landmark, distant perhaps (
tliifi? tr fnrfv mill's f liitlior "ill Slilsiller
parties dirocU their course, each by a j
separate and usually a circuitous route, ana luieaueu ior at me oinces io wnicn
Should either of these smaller parties they were addressed, number 268, 420.
find themselves closely pursued, or Total 4,102,;U8.
their trail beiug followed and all ellbrts . How to Tiuut J.ntNS. The less that
to throw the pursuers off prove im- j simple cuts, bruises and bums are med
availiug, .they relinquish their plan of , died with, the better. If they are kept
uniting with the others at the estab- ( clean and excluded from the air, nature
lished rendezvous, as that would im- , will take care of the healing process,
peril tho safety of their comrades, and The halves and lotions so commonly
select a new route leading neither in the used are generally irritating rather than
direction of the rendezvous or of the i beneficial, and hinder rather thau hasten
village, in order not only to elude but the cure. For cuts, a little court-plas-to
mislead their pursuers. Then en-1 ter to keep the edges of tho skin togeth
sues a long and tiresome flight, until, ,er; for bruises, wet cloths; for burns,
having worn out or outwitted their pur- a covering of dry, wheateu flour is
suers, of whose movements they keep usually all the tieatmeut, and the very
themselves thoroughly informed, they best that can be used. If, from an un
make their way'in safety to the vil- healthy state of tho body, or from ex
lage. At the latter outlooks are eon- ternal irritation, inflammation is pro
stantly kcpFbn some prominent hill to ' duced, something more may be rc
watch the coming of the absent warriors quired, the remedy varying with the
and give notice of their approach. A special case.
war party returning irom a suceessiut
raid intothe settlements, and bringing I
wiin mem prisoners ana capiurea
stock, is an event of the greatest im
portance to every occupant of tho vil
lage, naving arrived within a few
miles of the village, and feeling safe
from all danger from.pursuit, the chief
in command of the war party causes a.
signal smoke to be 'sent up from some
high point along tho lino of march, well
knowing 'that watchful eyes near the
village are on the alert and will not. fail
to observe tho signal and understand
its meaning. Ucn. Ctistrr, in Galaxy
Advertising in Dull Times.
The Milwaukee Wisconsin relates tho
"After tho crash in '57, when every
body was almost scared to death, fcnud
the croakers predicted that the coun
try had gone to smash, a dry goods
house was opened iu this city, which
proceeded on tho principle that in or
der to reach tho hoarded money in tho
pockets of the people, the proprietors
must sell at very reasonable prices ami
advertise very largely. They worked
vigorously upon this principle. Their
brother merchants who did not adver
tise predicted that the new comers
would be ruined, as they paid too much
for advertising. Nevertheless, they
persisted. In a single year they paid
live iiuniireii dollars m cold to tne
gold to tl
DaiUj Wisconsin for advertising, and
atthcendof seven years they retiied
from business with a fortune of one
hundred thousaud dollars, while other
mcrehantH on the same street, some of
them opposite their store, had failed."
And the New York Juxnint J'ott
savs: "We remember u similar in-
stance among onr own advertisers in the
---!-- " -- . . ..
panic of l&x. A merchant continued
his advertising in our columns during
the whole period of stagnation, and not
withstanding many predictions that "it
wouldn't pay." His testimony after
wards was that hir. sales were steady
nnd lus profits satisfactory, while many
a merchant around him who 'conld'ut
afford to advertise,' saw his clerks stand
idle behind the counters."
A linancial naiiie'dacHJiot mean that
no one has anv money. There is plenty
of money in the country, and thoso who
hoard it are just the ones to be eager
for tho "bargains" which a fall in
prices hold out. Hut to buy they must
know where to buy, and the merchant
Avho tells them will receive their cash.
Xeir Use for Steam
Apropos of n project for keeping tho
Erie canal from freezing by means of
steam-pipes, the Springfield Daily
Union "goes one better." It proposes
to prevent railroads from being blocked
up with snow by making tho rails hol
low, nnd tilling them with jteani, so that
the snow would melt on them as it fell.
In both cases it is probable that steam
is suggested because the projects would
c ... Ar.
not hold water.
nn rVM MitrTifwj. nniiiosed '
tOULLaC; L'.Ua ali:U aL IXJ.. 1
to keep the SSt. Lawrence
" r-- -- -. - - i .
sit ; Quebec I
roiectin" a I
open dunnc the winter iiy projecting a
stream of boiling water into it ; but as
is too often tho case with the inspira
tions of great intellects, the project was
suffered to collapse" for want of .faith
Ax encounter of a fearful character
recently took place at Constantine,
Algeria, between the Jews and Aralis.
A 5 .Tp-rinri fnnornl rrrfssinTi daaspo1
through one of the principal thorough-
fares an officer of tirallieurs insulted I
the mourners br snittine at them, and .
using obscene language. Some friends
of the mourners, becoming enraged at
this nnseemly conduct, attacked the
officer, and eventually threw him down
a fearful precipice more than 100 meters
deep. Numerous Arabs rushed upon
the Jews to avenge their countryman,
and a terrible conflict ensued, in which
several thousand Jews and Arabs took
nirr Tim Tlitirv n.-nr ftllrvl nil hnl
order was not restored till numerous
partisans on both sides were left dead
on the field.
Justifiable Homi(ide. "Hold on!
don't shoot ! Fm not an animal, but a
eler, a he suddenly came upon a'hnnter
who hadleveled a rifle at his breast, and, an hamcr contains more tnan one
seemed about to fire. " I must shoot- fourth, divided between the Shit of
you," was the omfnoiu reply : "I'm un- J Pennsylvania, Maryland.'vVest Tirgima,
ijera tow to do it. I vowed years ago ! Ohio, Tennessee and Alabama.
that if ever I came upon a man uglier
than lam, Td shoot him down on the The total taxable property in Phila
spot." The Wavelet gave the hunterone dclpbia, this year, is reported at &A3r
J searcking glance,"nd then, with deter-
pweii yoioe, 49u rooou . ai-
ittwigliecthatt youjuc,Xdou't wont to I
,,ve V"5 crack oi tlie hunter's nfltrl
WU8 ll0t "car"-
T . . , . , ;
T w calculated that nearly, lf),000,-'
(XX) nouuds of fruit mve Iw.n ,. ..
g ;IU'1 f '
, . . , -; .:." rn-1"1 l" i
aouvj iun year, a
IHJiinus exported in
, . . ,
Minnesota has more miles or railroad
'IU Massachusetts, the former having
l.H)b and the latter l.fsiS. Tn ISir'. M....-
fachusetts had 1,-J and .Minnesota oiilv
Tub St. Paul JW
says tho wheat
crop of Minnesota will
average a trifle
ever seventeen and
a half biihhils n..r
acre, and aggregate
for the State '.- . !
oul,:jfJl bushels. '
Tin: amount of land devoted to wheat '
culture in Great Britain is only one-half '
larger than that devoted to the same ob-'
jeet in the Shite of Illinois. Illinois has j
2,."i()0,000 people, to supply ; (breat Brit
The annual importation of preserved i
figs into the United States is about
0,000,000 pounds, and the importation
price or cost is about seven cents per
pound, amounting in round figures to j
$120,000. Ncaily nil the figs consumed
tjie United States come froi Turkey
which coimtry .j sni,piies t!re.lt urij.
ain with the s:ime urtit;le
Tin: enormous list of leltcis sent to
the .Dcud-Lctter Ollico for the year 187:
will give an idea of the increasing busi
ness of this branch of the General Post
office Department. During tho year
the number of dhmestic letters has been
l,i;,J)2S. Foreign letters, that, is let
tors received from foreign countries and
Deep-Sea Discot crie.
One of the discoveries, made by tho
deep-sea soundings of the Challenger
j expedition, which arrived recently at
Bermuda, from the Azores, is a moun
tain ridge that extends from Greenlaed
to the month of the Amazon, on the
coast of South America, and includes
tho whole volcanic region f tho Azores,
This ridge is nowhere more than two
miles below the ocean level. Toward
. tho east it is divided between Europe
and Africa by an immense valley from
two and a half to three miles in depth
The vallev reaches north of the equator
as far as the fifty-second degree of lati
tude. If this valley were not under
water it would present a view of whose
magnificenco no idea can bo formed,
for in tho north it extends to the gigan
tic mountains of Capo Verde and the
Canary Island, the latter of which,
with the Peak of TcncrilVe, would be
2(,(KK) feet iu height. Madeira .would
command, from a height of 20,000 feet,
a view of this, valley and another
stretching toward tho Mediterranean.
On the. western side of the ridge is a
vast undulating plain, which txtends at
an average depth of two and three-quarter
miles to the American coast. Ber
muda, which rises now only 200 feet
above the ocean level, is in fact an iso
lated column lH.OOO feet high, which
would overlook an amphitheater of at
least oOO miles in radius. Between the
I West Indies and America, and in the
rvieinity of Trie .V.ore.s, the water is of
uniform depth and warmth. L here was
not iu-.ch animal life found in the great
depth. The blind eru.staeea appear to
belong to the Western hemisphere ; m
I this part the.so. animals require many
. eyes. A sea g)
A sea garnel was caught which,
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singular to rotate, uati ionr eyeH, two oi
to relate, had four eves, tw
which were in the front knee joints.
A Printer Prince.
The Prince Louis of Hesse, mentioned
iu the telegrams us being on a visit to
( ultimo, is Piinec de llatli ubittg, f the
i lioval Allroct. lie is on a
i leave of absence, and is a great
with Halifax people, with whom he has
associated for smo four Veais Why
I his presence in Ontario should, as the
telegram states, "create
are at a loss to imujzii
Ihittenburg, we may mention, is like all
Cicrmaus of high birth, muster of a
trade. His is that of a printer, and
when tho llbyal Alfred's ball, in honor
of Lady Dniferiu, was on the Utpis, he
showed his proficiency in the following
way : Owiug to the accident-which hap
pened to Mr.. Theitkaton, the head of
the Jitporhr's job 'printing department,
it became almost iiupossililo for us to
undertake, in addition to business al
ready in hand, theiwork. of setting up
aud printing the "dancs cards." The
Prince, who brought the manu
fccript, on learning the ditllculty, im
mediately took off his coat, went to
work, and set up the list ol names, ac-
couiDlishinir tlie task in a workmanlike
- nirnincr. -xniryi7..-a -.'
ca Triio nap-
pe?d to have preserved the programme
lna.v lsWj attach greater value to it
on that account: Jlanjar ncporicr.
A Ccrb. To the unfortunate victim
of dninkenucss we recommend the fols
lowing cure: A mixture made up as fol
lows, and taken iu quantities equal to
an ordinary dram, and as often as the
desire for strong drink returns, will
cure tho worst case of drunkenness:
Sulphate of iron, nve grams; pepper
mint water, eleven drachms; spirits of
nutmeg, one drachm. This preparation
actsas a tonic anil stimulant, ana parti
ally supplies tho place ot tlie accus
tomed liquor, and prevents the absolute
physical and moral prostration that fol
lows from a sudden breaking off from
the uk: of stimulating drinks. It is to
be taken in quantities equal to an ordi
nary dram, and as often as the desire of
a dram returns.
EXTENT OF AMERICAN COAI FlELDS.
Missouri, 100.000 square miles ; Ilhnoif,
.72,000 ; West.Virgima. 16.000 ; 1'enncs-
S4je and Alabama, 14.000 ; Pennsylvania,
12,000, of which oOO are anuiradio;
Ohio, 10,000; Michigan. 9,700 : Texas,
5.500; 2iew "England, 700; Maryland,
--i .1 .1 . .TJ(1 lllfl cnovA
o-K.1 ; anoceuitr ouic .jv.vw .
miles, of which the to-called Appalachi
j 243,535 a gain over last TAr of 521,-
X Nation- of Dvarerrics. We live
fast dissipato in everything except
rightcoii5ueu3, and fill early graves.
We drink all kinds of poisoned alcoholic
spirits, ntid swallow, without mastica
tion, jrcrk, grease, and every conceiva
ble etrbonaceous, soiil-nwarnug, iiie-ue
g, sTslcm-elogging, indigestible
Dr. "Walker's Veuctaulk Vink-
ii n BiTTEns cannot stop this-in a radt-
esl manner but it will rtmovo the evil
fleet, and tho recovering patient, with
fresh, pure, vitalized, electnc.il b'ood
flowing th.oi'gh his arteries and vein,
will have a clearer hiid and ioler
j ulgin-'iit. which, coupled "with ixperi-eu-t,
will cause him to abstain in the
future. Good, nutritious, digestible
diet, which th" most delicate stomachs
may take, can be found in eracked
wheat, corn bread, tomatoes, raw or
soft-boiled eggs, baked apple?, boiled
rice, pluiu rice pudding, corn starch,
rare beef, mutton and poultry. With
Yi.neg.1i: Bitter and moderation iu
eating and drinking, there is no inclin
able case of dyMpsia. -l
Tin: destiny of the Modocs is undei
"od to he df-pcrsinn among a dozen or
more tribes iu and 'alwut tho Indiati
Territory, although for the present they
have been placed among the Qua paws.
Bkv Wood won $.0,000 on tlw result
of the Ohio election.
Co.NsmtrriON-, the scourge of the hu
man family, may in ur i.uly utae tx: promptly
arn'riiMi hihI prrnuneiitlvciucil.
Kwi Nhwoon. V Va., Oct. 23, 1S72.
Dr.lt. V. iyri, ;
Sin: Tor iho lat-tcir I have boeti uving
your OoUluu Metlu-.il Iw-oxcrv. I unn uiv life
to it. Iiawn,; 1 cn a ill ctM fir" tar. lul not
use it but n bliori limn '.xifoto I wad bouelittxl;
at that timo I wu e-y Lt, not alo to sit up
mncli. w.i ssifTrnn crvat)yith my tuiou,
w&s ottiiii; l'!.iil, hud a ili y cough ami much
pain iiiiiiy tunge. 1 hac nsel twelve bottlca
of tho Discovery, ami am nhivrtf well.
Kate P Waiuixeu.
A feon of ilr. J. 11. Mi-sun, of Cliatham
Four-Corners. N. Y., lis been cured of Con
sumption by Dr. PierceV '.Jolilcn Motlical Dif
cocry. SoayH Mr. C B. Canticld, editor of
tho Chatham l'onnr.
S. U. lioKAii. dnicsirt. of West Union. O.,
wnteH to etato that Dr. I'lorcc' Golden Medi
cal Discovery hah effected a wonderful euro of
Consumption in hi a neighborhood. Com.
Cii.ria:i Hands, fnee, rough skin,
pimplce. ring woi m, f-alt-ihciim, and otliorcuta
uetitia affoctionH cured, and tho skin made t-oft
and t-niooth, by UMiig tho Jt MiKit Tan Soac.
madu by Ciswe!.!.. liAZAnn V Co.. Now York
Do certain to get tho .fMiior jTir Sdiy. made
by iiu, an Ihuroniu many imitation made with
common tar which aro worthless. Com.
rKitsoNSwho have bocomo thoroughly
chilled from an caiwe, may hao their circu
lation nt oneo fer-tored by taking into the
ftomach a teacpoonful of .Matron' Anotiin
l.iin'iiirnt. mixed in a little cold water, woll
sweetened. I Com.
Eveky farmer, who owns a good stock
of hor.-Cf, cattle and tthvep, and intend to
keep them through tho winter, should get at
oucoiiKoodutocliof Hhiritlnn's L'ncalry t'vn
ilition I'otcthrr. Ono dollar' worth will have
at loaet a half ton of hay. Com.
Til flIOUSKIIOki IM.XACKA,
Is tho bet rcmr ljr in the world for tl following
complainta, vl. Cramps In the Limbi and Stom
ach, rain In the Stoinh. Bowrln, or llitc, Itlrn
rnatiim in all tu fuimt , Ktlious Colic, uraKla,
Cholera, Pyicntorjr, Colili, l'lcih Wouidi, nur,
Sere Throat, 8plnal Complatnti, rVratns anJ i
nrultci. Chilli and Kcvcr. Kor lntcr.al and K- i
tartml me. I
ita operation l not only Io reliern Im patient,
but mtlrrlv rcmiiTci the can
, of Ihirumplalnt. '
m whol. yitrm. rts t
Ut partiand qul.k-
It penotratra and pcrTde th
itorltik-healthy action to all t partialis i
rnliitr the blood.
TIIK IIOUSKIlOI.n I'ANACKA 13 I'UIKI.Y VKO
KTAIU.K and All Healing
No. ttlft Fulton Street, J"w Tork.
I'or talc by all Drusulat.
THIIITI' VKAKS" KXI'KUIKMK OK A.I
KS. WIKGLOW'S SOOTH I KO 6VRT 18 TUB
I'RESCU'TIOKOK tine of the belt Fetale rhl
clans aud tturics in the United Stat, and ii
been ucd for thirty yeara with nor fallsig
isfety and mcccii by mllltoni of rothert aid
dilltlrcn, from tho feeble Infant of onrweek oldto
the adult. It correct! acidity of the lomach, r
liovpg wind colic, rrgulatci the bowel, and Rlw-
rest, health an I comfort lo mother ant child. Ve
bclleTn It to be the Beat and Surrit jlfncdy In tie
World Iu all raira of DYSKNTKRV and UIA.V
nilKA IK flllt.HRKN, whether Itariies fron
Tccthinjro'' from any other rauie. Killdlrcctlun
foruitiK will arcompany cath Inttle. None Oem
SOI.n BT ALL MEDICINB DEALKIB.
iii- t nii"l
a rovoii, coi.li on ?onK throat
Kr-uirea immcliale attention, and ibonld be
Cbeiked If allowed to ..-itlnu lkbiTaTioi)r
nicLfTon. a rrnatat
ilsrAr: 1 often Ihe rnl
UROW.V S IIKONCIIIAI. THOCIIKS,
llariue a direct Inllnence on th" paita.eiT imr
diatc relirf Kor nno.NClliTH. Asthxa, Catakii
CilfCKPTIVK ASH TllfcOAT VlfZJkUr, TNOCIILt If
nt tl trifA ufici ynd im
5IXOECS am rcm.ic SrrAHXR
taken befreaiiitnrfoi i-prakirtr, and rrlitTinirlhr (
throat after an nuutual exert lonoftheTocaIiirH.nl
Obtain only "Brows' TtKO.xcintt. Taotn.','
,ii(l do not take auy of the nortblen imtutbna j
Jh vt may be ofTerel. .4'l titrynhtri.
CIHI.UKK. OrTKS lArUK
from no other came than havlntt worm In tha 4
HROWS'3 VERMIFUOE COMFITI
wllldeitroy Worma without Injury to tie child,
he luff perfectly WHITE, and frfo from llcoJor-1,
ltiif or otter lnjnrioui Inirredlents niuallynied In
AOEXTS WA.VTKD AT t-uo A UAY
and Kxpentea. H.W.HCBDAtD,Hartfvrd,Conn.
- 1 Te nate iuonaosK-Miuw?
Ml IHtl axenta. It will ell better than any
thlngyon eTer haodlnl. Sample :5c El'KEKAMAN
UFACTURG CO-J 13 Clark or HI Madison SUChlcafo
TK.VNK1SKK VAI13I K4JR SAL.K. 1
ICCacrc . Ittiacrr unfler plow, balance timber, i
well lmprored; price 15 per acre. Wonld ea
chanire f.r pr-du tiro property For partlcnlara
addrci Pott AKTKc.Clrariaoiii.Warrea Co..Tna.
3Sodel lore lrltern art of tralumtr Iotc and of mar- .
rylrswhoand when yon"plear hiw to b hand- I
ome rnrt f- r hnnflred of dirae. ain. many .
nerar (ccrets. art l. my terle, money maklur meth
od. tc. PrlcfoiilyiScenta. Addrr..STKI,IILP
A COj rnblithen. Chlcatro, IIU P. O. Hoi 3.
KVKltVOK IKLI.U TAKK
THE CHKISTIAN LEADER!
4T u riiAn.v. n n.Kittori
It give wiihii.a'-r l-:t t Conner t Oil Chrorat; 1
(t.r prefrntcd with any pablication
fijeciroen copy t rnt on -rrllcatioo, by atatlBaT ,
ta eame n tuo paper im Mmirmfiii
taken from. Addrt(, CURI3TI aJC LtADER.
2S Veaey Street,
Aanti Wairifi. jfawTork.
tCi. flflfrdii! AxroU wasted
V W AU of wvrba propK of star I. yoaa
crotl,sakaiixrBoBeyat wnrk for la tavaf apara
l fi a month to mta. woraea. l-y ana "''
51UU t.. work tor a. PAKIICCI-ARi rKKK-A15r-..
BOWE5 CO JarWn.Obi"
YOU AaArcaa O. It. jhaUy
GAK43KT -a. J
S..r PER DAYCBaliilmior3pHk
a) Salary, and e pB(. We offer Itaxd win
pay it. Apply ar, CVVlcr4BvC'rt'i,
1HV I endttur ta addrraa X lea t VJo
Ml eta wiu recetre.raf. a iit3L?
ftaat-, and Inairoctwta Sow to et rlci, Eft-!-UlIC
J CUm .Vstw-r Ca, 1 S- ZXaOA-t., Palla., Pa
Ine tinlcaa the fac-aimila of CURTIS rKBKINH 1 ance on m-j turiae o ii i.umr. ju ... -- ---.....
n-llf.l fruin fit-Lk ml Internal drrarKemrnta an
A BROWS, Froprletnrt. i romralf llo"- f-ach ubicrll-r rrrclve vttlbont .,... . .n .... .. .. r... 9Kit T
Ko. Ul 5 Fulton Street, NtwTork. i dlat two bjjntiful r-Wtnre. which are ready for maner, in-.-... , ,'a
. ...i. . -.,- D..CE., . . .u. ,,IMi..ni.tviivrivvuv,vi.. .!'-. .,..,,. Pnrtrr.Ae. Ila-k number furnl.
yirfs. ""V;t'K-m ' '" :"d;v"riM;v;Tf.mi.v.nnf;:i;;.nyVo - reduced rates
Wfrfifimi. ot TwniTT-nvr CMT A HOI. i n..t.nlarthat"l Ua rU It haa the target cirruln. KtUUUtU "'"
? Tmmm m " mm """ fwniMfne uvrUf P.mplny the beat llo-rary la .,.i 4otilr, I 3 rr, '4f.OO, H.lililloix 4 l-'l"
Ponltry,Secd.,Ac.,nieti-JonmaI.Charabrb,ir,ra enL Kdvrard lwf .ton' erlal .lory I iu.t be- J. .. m,)l. !.'
" ' irinnlrjf, back riapter npplled to each uberll ' ' ' . ...
ATllt.i l I
knciH'v: fc v-"i.SiF' i
fitiJaS'iPt? nHKT' -''iSrSSSl
1 1"- t TIjum U ll I 4 aiAiiii I ticU
.,aii Ik ilu !iifcMi. i.ciij)) r t ni in
thewiirll limit lnl.f l! nro tiiih, i i will
c tt.rxilulc jf tltCjr ae rv.lll :iJ l.ara
htvc rtork (Lvibimc.
The Iisading Anericau Nowapapsr.
".SKVKR SO 0O0 AS IT IS TO-DAT."
Terms of thr Trlliuu.
niLTlly nill),onofea-, sit).
Saxi-Wt KKLr. ont 'rar. ?J, rt ropie. one
yrsr, lil, ten opler(and t ue Klra), utic year,
WttsLr, ono year,2, dee n-ple, STii. ten
o'plet, M4.&, twent; toplef, 5., and thirty
oupirt, - i
hirh p Hon procurlii; clnbof tn or moreaiib
tritLrrt ir cntttli-d tonn tra S I'.I'KI.V, anil of
nfi) t.r more to a MVI-WKKKI.T 1'apera ad
dimr t eptrali ly lo t .. h member of . lul.i villi
be chained ten cunt ;l.,itn.!ial to Ilia above rate.
Spocmieii ptc te t iree
The War 1.1 TkikiK aim and ilalm to be the
best Jtciiutltural lKr pull.hed It contain!
I'lOte roluinns f pe-ul tntrrrtt to farmer and
their f.uniUct fuller Jid mure n lutlc in.wkrn -Kraln
pro.lnctf. dry J.xn's. an 1 muct-lln.ron
and all the aclcultiral.a nrllat k'riirral. urw
of the lountiy The Tki.t Ii4 rraMeiandnn
trlLntori. in .vriy omity In thu I nltr.l ytatea.
arid in thrrefuro rala.ble tu farmer In all part of
4 Extra I heel " arilonrdi ccatlor ally, and ion
tain the latrtt and lot tli-ni; I" art tiicncc,
Iiti-ratnre. hlt. ry, aid rrlmtmi nictibii
Till fnuiterii Ktr in vt puMUhod ent bv mail
to any addrcsi iu thi Unite i SUtrf l One lVillar.
Di'tcrtptlTo circuUn, Blvlia full dvtallt i.f tho
content of each Ki ra, acnt free.
A CHANCITO SAVE MONEY.
A IaKxlu nutl a Mr sun cr.
UOni FOR IiITTLB fOEL- THAN Till TKtCK Or 0B.
Ilia Tbiucxc ll npi'ly tlin itlncljil in
rlnct and perlodlriln of tbli rounlrr and Kuroj.r.
to.'cthiT tlh eiU't cuitlt ii ut Tim. TuiDIMt, at
the f. II iint- jy marked irduitltn from the
M'Kti.'ar inl.n ript n j 1 1 c a
IMblUhert' With With
rrular WVfkly 5rml-W
IUr;irr .Mi;4iiic .,
Srrlt tirn Miiniiilr -
I riv'tr. iili'il'r Tribune
jl (O a,r) r, w
tt i oo a io
6 0 t cu 7 I'l
4 1) a on ()
4 0 Ml) a til
.1 CO t Si A Z1
I W ft HI 8 0
3 to :i 6 &)
I Oil f ( 6 It)
m ft u a (
s m 4 .'i s ro
i a w a io
ft t) ft 75 8 74
3 Ul t A 6
3 25 5 25
AlUiillc Jl.ntlily. . j....
Ilrfrj.r' II iar. ........
II irp.-r Wrrktr
Nrw V..rk WV.-aIy
!. rhr lllnn W'rctly...
Atli'l(iii' Journal ....
fij,.,-, i,j,, i:,,,.
I'upn! ir Btixnre Monthly
9-''J ,,"t mim-y for an
f the kiTo illrertly to
TitK Tuii.Ct, al the p ibliahrj rain, and you will
.T'T1 '"j"? ;'"t'r"and iiiaBasltm. Brmlt by
"-intcrr I letter, draft on .New York, or poilal
wiri' llillll'K, .lew Ynrfc.
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
Thiiromronnd of tha
. .-.TIMinl4( J"H. .-.in
U' k'la aud JIIidrXe
' rilh llir lo.llJri r f Pr t.
ai'iiim Jiil Itim inkti
iniiil cfferiti.il rmeil
ii-rlr of i mrMltitt
'liicl are rrry ptrra-
irni ail(4 uiti4ir.H it
I nrtfe the bUfl p'UB
t i.ut tha luiklnit l.u
nr r In the y rtn,tliat
unilrriiilne health and
rtllr int'i Ironlltac ne
.. - .. .K. .k. -!... A.
Kruplli-U" rf Ihr aim ore thr appear
hi ... ........ ii. ... .,f ih.ia riinr humor, to aom
Intemal orcan.rr ortfann. whi e action they da
ranffr, anrl wlioap MHUnt' iftry tllteaie and da-
frnm tl.oLlco.l W h-t h) f K'"e. the dlaiPler
lhr rilur rinj i j. nli ut I hcratnnt r IW
f.iwr- .Vlomurli. A '-. I . "''""'VTf
,, m.i-, . P'f ... ".".'.-T'i!-
.' Jr.' r w,.;a I vijV'. "Hri". "'" ''ni''
ri.it cr-.Trtltrnua Salt Jihrmn ,wl.f Hif. i.ing-
)Ztn'iu tZlfo S.t!r l "" '. ..
p, Sttrtlttv Jw rrhinfir.nj Jrr,m internal
Micrntnn nil i.lnn aia'. mi. .v unnTO,
r..,.ti,i.-tf,n tiuJ (.mrrui VtlllUV. Wll
ith their S-
D: J. Q. AYER & CO., Lowell, Muc.t
rraeticHl and Analytical Cbemlita.
Jlid III otl X7rujgif and Ptnlert in Ht&icinK.
f r 4Viwrda
1 S.iltM.nen '
HcT WiM BEKoriKa'a family neirtpaper
Birei eTry inlwerlber a raia of tbe larut and
flneit tn.KtKJItAril-two moat attrartlrr
abject, niat "take" on ninht- nalntrrt br Sir.
"-u l-rVr'and y,t$t
Auder'n. a contra! anil companion for her
Ilf.fe trVr"'and " '.iaf A'l'rp." Atfentt hare
I?l.'IK,,t mct'KSH, rail It "beit boinr
rr Mr Mowli lonK-ezpeeted ttial Ut Jly
W'ift and I" b4r, in this new year Anyone
whlr.ff a f '"d 4ry.or an independent bulne.
,u-M vJ - f ag gLB -k .
Ur and term V. J. Jf. Va C (Tl I O
B lRn .t CO, ,w mmM WLtTrnT T
York,Ikntn,Chl-i." WW M WM I Ell
Cincinnati and So yaneUcn.
t-utnuM tfc I l- vEttnltSi Wn-K r-'
,Uv"i. aMS,"n"- A&M-a4..
wauaifiea- 7 "W-v .fnxy mrfllOOHw.ru.
llt r- -M43lnullnu-mintM
r..u. 3 TtALB rOWERs CO .
rmmliT ,5 W nm rqKr. CAsclSBaM. O.
rtHK HL,ACK TKA
with tv Oreen Tta naTor,
warrantcJ u, ,t n ta.te.
Fr taJe,Terywt,rr. Andfnr
ale wnnlnalc only by tta
Great Atltitlc A Parfe Tea
Co . vo m Flto-t.. and 3 A
l Durrn-t, sew Totk. J O
aafllim Xad turvBtt wl;s
RU1I 1. 1 Oatfltt Ctaloa.acipletaAd
n-eoeil A Kr Clck
tlcslari raxa. R.M.reacr,U7ItasQTr-it!.Baum
aw- for a fall roarie of Ttlecraf htnr when
laarn wua ill 3I.-VKJ1S COI.B1K. Tt,r
etrraUr 44ri J owe Coral Calitt.
gt. TmOH.o. Opn Pay and Xlaht.
M'OKW Xv. Olrl and Boy wasted, u, II
T r.r rttTii. and Aatrlraa Jewelry. Bock.
fja.-a.'" orapuaxnwai Catah-irae Term.
tc.tr-M'r. T 0-VirKKRT4C4iAa(Tttta..
Xaterpelela Tcair a-4 ralddle-n-d rsen xai
-.nra.aalHtirc tn Joat a ac-rtfal itartlat
th3:le t tie Sp'scrtap Buds- Colle. i
lpa-aakee. 'Kit. '
Tho Vow WqxS"
I llll llll H Iff II I teea-ras XI- t
X UV XI wll II Ul t luiriiti'
ChEi -TEi wvh
T vWPA . tlrV lCk
I ffrr uiirifw ni? gHT.ajcr w iurnno in .'"-"- -- -"- -----
iiriitfatAntl DB.ml 4imit rttitftt snrf .. - Kif F ... .r -: iar(tfi ta -. r i nfirr llf M
. m a m. . - a a m . m. m. .& b mnn n . run laininir a ra at rHir era ruir nw w m xv-
Family aed ttfcey IMt.
THE CEICKET 0 THE HEASTH,
TTe w.U iwl It o year, wltt a CHROMO worOi
f S.UO, ca receipt ul AI-VO, aad If &ot aU
factory aewtllrftarajurBo y prtaip-lT.a
kd kepthe CJrcai rr yor trtjoWJe Or for
Jtnii, wll trad it three aMwtfc on trial.
0"d yeat csaraate4 $ a day Head JTJ t
XS ctnti, mat alk far tcraia to areata.
J05ES at HAOLTT.
XT BmvlwBy,5w Urfc
Tie Stasdard Ltaictst cf tt Usiltd State.
Hums ami Scaldt,
praiiu ami our
( httppttt Ihvxtt,
Calif at tiii:
Itmrrrh. UU cr Mcf,
.rr . irpa.
t Viinl llrnutt.
MUIIW, KTOKy, '
.sTtfcAe cr tlrrraf.
a impute, n iMyM.
y.-rtn'ilrrrtt frf ,
. f!i't tn flttrp,
Hv? in lnJtry.
LrgSir8t.OO. Jledinta 50c Small 25c
i-malt Suo f.-r Family Ite.SftfcuU
TIio Utmlins ht lw W In c
Unimrnt -inco !.. All i ivV, sjatr
trial. lttt U' -iin'.- t faillnH ititt-li.o
V'.Ux.'.irnmrrst iirtTil'aK,rir lal
cut M-! -in fur no uf Hr.liwivCNanil
m t nlol t ft! t,,t t' '
Tt . t.ri;lii oil i f-r -! ! U rr
,H-ta" r .ilir thn vgtKitt tho t uitl
.'ilr uif' fthnr onfrif c
OitriVt i . huu' uif Itm l3Slalh V"'
en. -tI i- xttir It ft i-i'-. o iiuilv tiirt-
.Tlcrt-hant i orrtt Tablet.
UV ill-it ftir.t liNnl it'i .ti. ami
lcf r.):tr Ik tun .MaimUi turcl at
UKrkjHirt, X. V., I'SA, y
Merchant's Garlins; Oil Co.,
JOHN HODGE, Secretary.
lr. .1. Walker's CaliToruia ;n
VSHV HilttMN a:r a pntel Vegetable
prepanition, nude ImiIv from tho tu
tie herbs louud t i the lower r.mgps !
the Sierra Xi v.id 1 1 -.it Minsof fahfor
ni.t, the me di4 mi! rejn rt.es of wIikIi
are etr.ieted tliereJioin tithottt tho uo
of Alcohol. The t'tifttion lit ahiHwt
dmlv ;uKed. Wh.it m the eiuwo of th
iinpanilleled rmv4nM of ViNitti jt Htf
n:i: ?" t )ar .mnu i r is. that they remove
the e.iiiH' of ihe.i.e, ;uid tho patient re
covers his Ii4-.ilth. They are tlie great.
bloiHj purlller.'iud a life-giving irlttripli
a peilect Keuot.itor and Invigonitor
of tlie Mtfiu. Never before tn Clio
lu-tory ef thi- r.i.iM h.i a iulciHo ln-iu
ciiiNiiniiloil j.ii-ii; tho riMnnrkuMi
(uinlitii-4 nf -sko it Hi rrKKr in Ih-hHmu' thn
Mck of j riTt thmsiM ::i.::: if lu-Ir t. Thoy
are .t gi-ntb- i'urrMtii' tu wiil un a Tihu.
ri'liuviiig CoiiptiMii r InlliiMiiiiatUin id
t lit I.nir .tnl inccrni Or(Ctiiii iu UUiutu
Tin propctlies of Pi:. W".t kvm'u
Vi.NM.Aii KirrKit.-4 are AiK'rn nt. Ii,iiitiiioU.-,
Uiruiiitatuv, Niitilttoiii, Iantivp, Iiuroti
Si'ilutup. Countiir Irritant, Maliiritie, Altn
Urv. ami AiiU Kilin'-4
K. II. .MrDO.VAM) ,V TO..
DntpclfUamlOrn AptaS.m tr.mrlo.s.InJifirnus
and cor. of Vnhmitli)n anil ("hnrltoii t , X V
Hold liy all lrKi;tla ami IWalrn.
Carbolated Cud Liver Oil
Iadntlflcfm'itnittnnof two writ known mll
rtnr. Ii. tliMirr U flrt to arrant tlio ay. thru
build up thr ) item nijflrln llnit the.I.wtrlnfenr.
recu The really tartllnj cures prifurincd by Will- -
on' Oil are proof.
I'irfcitfr .4fbl yn.Ulrtlv rxrrt.lt !); It I tWj
miHt powerful antlptlc In the known world. Ki
tvrliielntotlierlrrulatliin.U at oner jrrppl wlih
corrnptKin, and decay ceaw. It pnrlfir the mmrra
.f dlrar. ,
O-tUrrr Otl I XatnrrU let artMnt tn relt!ng
Put an In largr rtlcr-almiinl lMilllr.
iM-urlnuthr liivrnlnr' nlKimliiir. mid !
volil by thr lirt UruKlsNI- l"rtiwr-dby
J.II."VII.I.sO,k:1 Jilnw.,.r- Yortt.
V siteus Aot a: J ulcl auosuN 4. CO, br. Uu m.
Only 50 Cents
THE BEST FAMILY PAPER.
On tlie 1 ?ll of llrtemlirr
W fhalt commence the In'erratleu' terlal lry
Tartle ni!lrf ua M rent will ,.n
yn'trsur Wici, lara eluhl pw fft'toT
four m"lh, mntalnlnir Ihi charmloir ! "
A?et ar4 Plalfir falbw wltk xmjti
and other lfrmAiww 4 apphtatwa W l !
prietor. Canar waatel
Any pr9n I autharlred U t-tm r-.tt at t4i
rate. Pwtmalr will Sim? tt lh- t .lretUi
comDinnicatewitWa Sample -ttlAy 14r.
All letter ilvtnM be earefally vMfe.
ckmi:k. ik: a. t u-m:i:,
10E5T3 TASTED FOE THE
HISTORY OF THE
FARMER'S WAR AGAINST MONOPOLIES.
a-'ecf the American rariorn aalait tbe ir
u-,nof the Callrr.a4 0npfl with abt.yr
H .-I-: Tall aa uitl c ffistttil cr '
l re aafl prarc ?fi ib untr 1.1 i-h--w. i
Slaibandry. ltobet and pr&pU. It II t
Uht. Bend for tpclni pair and ter 1
Air.Tt. and e by It n favr than ay 4kr
JlC,k. Addra 5ATIO.VAL yvsvunuo co..
M 1 ... . m . .. -.
urn Astati slC trad
a tamp tn a
H. Ulatr a 4 . t. Lstxii Mf.
n tvn 'e5d la Wall-tr-tC
l4 l t fir-
n Sfl ni. s-taa
paaiVft free VAt-
iiaa, Tctaara 2. ra. IUkr
ad Brokrr 3 WaiX tet, T
NO CURE ! N8PAY!
Dr. J KKJlX3Of'niii
gt C r ar ee' -
rrz -I tm Ch-verte S-"-
-i w-t--a d wt -T f.O
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n.nx qfail Tleiaai
taawe. Cs3lta.tti r panptirtfr Caaa-T
writ. Jaitp?t.lJ4 tr ya " hn-
fra Unnnuiifli. 0tf!My. tu J" frI,t-vcf
i.1 tas . bSr, w vZ-- tHtrt.v'-
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