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Wtea eace ia tae yortex of faafeiofi,
Hov aa tbe coaraaAnraward begin !
Tax former should be an educated
man. Foraverry all necessary qualifica
tion was phywcal development
Fabkew smst arrafafeoeb as to cnltijr
ato' their farma without having
their houses crowded with hired help.
Doali. workas cheaply as possible
this year, but do it thoroughly. The
prospect is good for remuncrativeprices,
if economically produced.
The Citeck-IIein. "Why is it that so
many of our farmer, and nearly all of
our city cartels, insist" upon usiog a
tight rem on working horses ? When a
horse, leftfto hw natural inclination, has
a heavy load'to pull, he can best exert
his back-bono in oae eoatinuous line,
and this he will invariably do if notpre
vented by a tight check-rein. Some
claim that it prevents the horse from
- falling down, and when a man can raise
himself bVer a-fence by a lift on his bus
pendcrs we will beueve it. When a
iiorae falls, a tight rein will most effect
ually prevent him from getting on to
his feet again. Try it without the rein,
and see if wo are not correct in our
practice an theory both.
Wasted Febtilizebs. The Farmer's
Jfemc Journal says : On every old
-place in Central Kentucky there are
such things as old wood-piles, where
chips have accumulated and decomposed
for fifty years ; then there are old piles of
ashes sometimes three or four feet deep,
which have -been accumulating for the
same length of 'time ; then there are old
straw piles, and heaps Qf stable manuro
which hafe mover been hauled out;
and there are deposits under the hen
roosts, sometimes two feet deep, which
are equal to the best Peruvian guano,
and when these are all hauled out, we
will go to an inexhaustible supply of
rich molds and alluvial deposits of de
cayed vegetable matter, which have
been collecting for ages, in places on
branches and Creeks which run through
most farms. We have still anotberbup
ply jet,4in the muck mud, which, if dug
out in ' the summer time, when the
marshes and swampy places are dry and
hard, can bo hauled close to, if not
quite to,, where it is wauted, and the
winter freezing will pulverize it and put
it in fine condition for a crop the next
Presekvino Posta Every farmer
who has to fence his land knows too well
how quickly posts planted in the earth
becomo rotten, especially in a damp
spot. All of them will welcome the fol
lowing proccsB to prevent rottenness,
n process as wonuerf til an its effects as
it is simplo and almost costless. It is
taken from Lc Bicn Public, of Dijon,
" Take linseed oil, boil it, and mix it
with charcoal dubt until the mixture has
tho consistence of "an ordinary paint.
Givo to tho post a single coat of tho
mixturo or paint beforo planting them,
and no farmer, oven living to tho age of
tho patriarchs of old, will livo
long enough to seo tho same posts
" Some ycara ngo I discovered a
way of rendering wood more durable in
earth than iron itself,' cays tho author
of tho communication, " but it seemed
to me so simple and so inexpensive, that
Liiiujiot intnK it worm winio to maL:
mucnauoanuiuss auout uFa K. jU
. soft wood Jhus prepared T1
much ado and fuss about it.-;
siuir remaining tuveu jvuxaiu
ahd werorfouudas sound as when plant
ed. Tho only precaution to take is
to uso only ,'woll-dried posts beforo
covering them with tho charcoal
paint."' -s. t
Fabuebs Food. In tho last report
of the Massachusetts Board of Health,
Dr. J. F. A. Adams, of PittsQeld, one
of the most accomplished physicians
in the State, -has presented a long and
valuable 'report upon the health of
farmers, in which he combines his own
experience with that of tho leading phy
sicians in the State, to whom lie sent
circulars containing twenty questions,
to which thoy responded. Dr. Adams
concluded that the following, are tho
diseases to which farmers are most lia
blo, and tho liability is in the order
named: First) rheumatism second,
dyspepeia'rthird, fover"; fourth, acute
lung affections ; fifth, consumption. In
answer to tho qaostiori ' What causes
tend to injure tho hoalth of farmers and
their families Y overwork ir mentioned
as the first, improper diet tho second,
exposure the third, sanitary defects in
barn-yards, hogpons, privies, drains,
cellar, etc., rank as the fourth causo ;
want of ventilation the fifth ; want of
recreation, cleanliness, and other causes
aro mentioned, but the first fourarctho
Upon the subject of firman diet, Dr.
Adams comes to bo feral conclusions,
0 fnll force of which onr Western
rs will appreciate fully. It is
inuated tnat wives of v ostein
are inferior to their sifters at
111 the practice of the culina-
ut.thcy have been gab loha-in i-
t 01 prepanug inv uxmm m
av tnat it is uimcOT-Jttrattke
As to iaraers5Met, Dr.
rnves at - tncaeiJ &t cooclu-
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FThere m too Jitfts .variety in food.
Metros too apt to be fried.
kisaxea Deans ana fau-por, ai-
taavKh ft' JiwhlT nutr.ttous dtsfa . are
to sjsmst t airjrrpaea.
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crisp in fat :
fried, aad X t
of farmer are
To the frying of
nbvacians is nnanii
Beef aad mutton axe
tne Ms -steals, anu
cosdemKcd as unfit
of dieff Dr. Adams th
tsetiaaoftT. on the zn:
"More fresh and ksr
fryisjr aad joore bailing,
-rroastisar :" arreatcr vanetv of
.,bles aad fruits ; letsTpici awl jsakes ;
aaonr-jaoioajpme weu-Kncaaeu uivmi
raised wiik yeast ; less tea." We have
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thM poiat Dr. Cawrence tells
im ft few words : As a general
farmers slee urTte nooreat n
their -houses, which Cs? very small
poorly ventilated. FeJSeraire
CBAVSAtnat Hat. Boil the ham very
tender, skin and cover with brown su
'gar, moistened with champagne. Bepeat
three times and brown ia an oven. Slice
A Nice Dessebt. Grato into a dish
a layer of cocoannt, then place a layer
of quartered oranges and sprinkle them
with sugar. Continue alternating until
the dish is full, with a grating of cocoa
nnt on top.
The Country Gentleman recommends
linseed oil meal -for horses that aro nev
er allowed to run out to gram, being
slightly aperient. A handfnl in each
feed, morning and evening, is about tho
quantity usually fed.
Busk. Three cups of sweet milk,
one cup of yeast, one enp of sugar,
mixed over nigbCwith flour enough to
make a stiff batten In the morning add
one cup of butter, one etipof sugar, add
cinnamon and soda. Mold and let them
rise before baking.
To Dve GnEEN. Boil the article first
in alum-water for an hour, then for
three hours in a preparation composed
of four ounces of verdigris, two quarts
of white wine vinegar, and four quarts
Hair Oil. One pint of alcohol ; two
xmnccs of castor Oil : a few drops of
perfumery. Shako well to cut tho oil.
This is said to bo a splendid and nicely
perfumed hair oil ; it softens tho hair,
promotes its growth, and prevents it
from falling out.
French Mustabd. A fine French
mustard called moutard xupcrbc, is
thus made : Salt, one and one-half
pounds ; scraped horseradish, one
pound ; garlic, two cloves ; boiling vin
egar, two gallons ; macerate in a cov
ered vessel for twenty-four hours,
strain, and add enough of musta to
make a rather thin paste.
Some egg-raisers claim that the best
use for skimmed milk is to givo it to
hens to drink ; that it is worth twice as
much for this purposo as for feeding
hogs ; and that by its use in winter,
chickens will lay constantly. This must
be their only drink ; and let them have
access to it at all times.
The Coming Girl.
She will bo of eorao uso in the world,
will cook her own food, will earn a liv
ing, and will not die an old maid. Tho
coming girl will not wear the Grecian
bend, daneo tho German, ignoro all
possibilities of knowiDg how to work,
will not endeavor to break tho hearts
of unsophisticated young men, will
spell correctly, understand English be
foro she affects French, will preside
with equal graco at tho piano and tho
washboard, will spin more yarn for the
house than the street, will not despise
her plainly-clad mother, her poor re
tions, or tho hand of an honest worker,
will wear a bonnet, speak good, plain
English, will darn her old stockings,
wilhknow how to make doughnuts.
Tho coming girl will walk five miles
a day, if need be, to keep her cheeks in
glow ; will mind her health, her phys
ical development, and her mother ;
will adopt a costumo both sensible and
conducive to comfort and health ; will
not confound hypocrisy with polite-
will not place lying to please in
gf0ad Jf frankness will have tho
0 to cnt an Wo acquaint-
courngo to cut an unwelcome acquaint
ance ; will not think that refinement is
Fronch duplicity, that assumed hos
pitality where hate dwells in tho heart
is better than oatepbken condemnation;
will not confound graco of movement
with silly affectation ; will not regard
the end of her very being to have a
The Length or Whales.
Mr. Score8by, a Tory high authority
on this subject, declares that tho com
mon whale seldom exceeds seventy feet
in length, and is much more frequently
under sixty. Out pf three hundred and
twenty-two shales which he assisted in
capturing, not one exceeded fifty-eight
feet, and the largest of which he knew
tho reported measurement to bo au
thentic came up to sixty-seven feet. Two
specimens of the rorqual or razor-back
whale have been observed to be one
hundred and five feet in length. One
of tbeso was found floating lifeless in
Davis Straits, and tho skeleton of the
other was seen in Columbia river, and
must, tail and all, when alive, have
measured ono hundred and twelve feet.
Other specimens have measured a hun
dred, and many others from eighty to
niuety feet. One cast on shore at North
Berwick, Scotland, and preserved by
xr. avnox, was eignty-tnree
lengtn. inese instances sees
tnbltsh the averago and
of these animals. But.
bio credulity, in carjiir laQeomate, G
vior, the eminejxtiaralit, aaya stout
ly, " Therrfio.dnahJ that whales
have b(srt at eertam,4ochB and'i
cejdG?H inward of tkree hundred
irioflg. or ue hundred yards in
.length.-- h .
T& an articlo .-reviewia; tho evidence
which from tuns" toitiae has bee
acent.tiie editorVaT tae Jbuniulof Chem
Uirv declares it as WBppu"00 "
- -. .. a -v .y x
aperfoctlTsafe arUblenhaay intaiit
gent physt'eiaa to esaploy ;
duces a sound, refrashinc alaia waea
jd in eases', of aerrans wak
iviag tee brain, sad digestive, osfans
a perfeeUy noraaaieondiei ;
.there is ao orgaa or faaetisai of
aad taat at aaa
of aot lotnag its
Tepeaied as rxr
Gibxs. Kata "Held his an
opinion of American women.
aad "places a corresponding low eti-
rnate on ike English femalas. Kate ia
right, sajs the Brooklra A rgttg. Ea
filish girls, aa agncrai thing, arc poor
trash. They measure oxer forty inches
arpati the waist, wear loose, gaiters,
escuew lite aonrs anu my-wniie, ana
enjoy a state'ot health that is positiTe-
rrrons the SprlagaeM (Htm.) Bpnbllca.
The marveloas eecape of vounar Dan-
ning atlioeds has already been referred
to, but his story is so interesting that it
is worth giving in detail. When the
alarm was given he was at work in the
spool-room of the Nonotuck silkworks,
and, rushing out of the mill, his first
thought, of course, was for his family.
He found that his father, wife and
three children had all left his house.
He shouted to them to run for their
lives, at tho Fame timo pointing to them
what direction to take. His wife and
children obeyed him and were saved ;
but his father, an old man of seventv
eight, thinking that something migtt
be got out of the honse before the flood
reached it, went back. In dashed his
son after him, begging him to leave the
doomed building. While raising one of
the windows the floor cave way beneath
their feet and his father disappeared
from his sight. Tbe young man had
just time to clamber out 01 the window,
and as the house tipped over crawled up
its Ride to the roof just as the building
broke up, leaving him but a fragment to
cling to for his life, and on he went sail
ing down that awful flood in fnll sight
of his wife and children, who, as they
looked on in terror and agony, expected
momentarily to seo him sink beneath
the surging mass. In a few seconds his
frail raft was crushed like an egg-shell,
but his presence of mind never desert
ed him. He jumped for another, and
when that was gone for yet another.
He was hastening down with the enrrent
at a terrific speed, and, intent on the
fearful task he had in hand, never once
thought of tho dams toward which he
was hastening. The first ono is reached
in the awful crash and jam. He is
hurled seemingly twenty feet in thoir
to como down and be submerged for the
first time far beneath the waves. As he
came to the surface and clasped another
pieco of driftwood ho realized with an
mtonsity nnimaginablo by those whoso
lives have never been imperiled that
another and higher dam was but a short
distance below, and that ho had abso
lutely no hope for life nnless he escaped
from tho flood before that point was
reached, but fortunately tho swollen
mass of water and debris at that mo
ment surged toward the shore, and seiz
ing an opportunity, which seemed to
be providentially presented, ho clam
bered across some broken roofs, which
served him as a bridge, and with a leap
again had a foothold on tho earth. The
feelings of a man, who, like him had
scarcely a hope of life on finding him
self escaped from tho jaws of death,
c innot bo depicted. Only a cool and
intrepid man could have passed through
that experience, and poshibly Mr. Dun
ning could not but for his experience
beforo as a raftsman in Canadian waters.
He had been swept half a mile down the
river, and was utterly exhausted by tbe
intense strain on mind and body, nerve
and muscle, yet as ho lay on the bank
a moment to get his breath, he could
not suppress a smilo at the appearunce
of a man who escaped from tho-flood
near tho samo place by seizing hold of
tho limbs of a largo tree on the bank.
Fleshy though ho was, this man went up
the tree like a squirrel, and did not stop
till he was at least 30 feet above tho
Mr. Dunning describes, as the most
remarkablelincidcnt of the memorable
ride, the heart-rending screarns and
groans c"Iwomcn and children in houses
that wc:JB5vept down with him and
seemed to bo beneath him. He says
they will ring in his earpOWlic latest
day of his life. !5i-SJJ,
Cultivate rarity of Language.
Avoid slang, mv dear girls, as you
would avoid any degrading habit ; lot
your words be pure, simple and express
ive just such a form of expression as
your Jittlo brother and sister may imi
tate Never forget that next to
"mother," elder sisters are tho chief
educators of tho household. It is pain
ful to listen to many girls' talk. They
begin with a "My goodness 1" and in
terlard it with " oh's 1 ' and " sakes
alive!" and "so sweet 1" and "so
queenly !" and so many silly phrases
that one is tempted to believe they
have had no training at all, or elso their
mothers were very foolish women.
There is nothing more disgusting thau
the twaddle of ill-bred girls ; one is
provoked often into taking up a paper
and reading, and letting them ripple
and gurgle on, like brooks that flow
they know not whither. My heart
warms with love for sensible girls
pure uoys; ana alter nil, if, nursiaTf
and boys are not this, J. feajZM oar
fault that this great trusty jWlts in the
heart and hand. o4ae women of oar
land. If we haja- noble, asefal pur
poso in. liff,we will infuse tho right
spirit irdxfiaose around us.
TIiumi " --
A remarkable seeae took place last
Saaday sa tae Aapecaattox river, aear
FetcrsgVurg, Ta., when five hundred
silstssT persons ware 'baptised by im
aieraicav ia the prscence of a very large
crowd. At 1 o'clock p. m. one thou
said voiees ehaated. aa anthem asthe
loaf column of candidates marched
dowaiavrder to the wafer. Two lines
of men were then formed,' aad the ears
sspay begaa by psasiag tae caadidatss
from hasd to hand from the shore to the
clergyman, who stood to his waist ia
the river. The work weat rapidly on
aatil tbe hundreds were plungea he-
esaTaTtamme oatpltiae water be bagaa
tae BKMt Mtrrfairant nwnifeatatkma of
ccatatie ior ever witnaaacd.
sbVioleaBt were the .deBBOBatTatiooa
at tiasM that it' often, rcnaired the
atipaglit of four.or five aMe-bediedaMB.
toaaiettheav -iaiaBwdiaie)y Vtet tae
oaaaaaetBeeaarraacre attired ia a
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awawwoar amUOTaB aaa Aunacta ia uar, a.
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boat tea taoataaa, who aiareaetl hack
to tae eharaa, waara tae Jabilee coa
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rauru iw uuiaius JU aw luc 83 JU IH.1-
w. i -..:... : . ri t:r r
lR:aroiinc cause 01 ironnio in y ia Sabsapaiuixa. aad 'affectiora of tho lasga
M w, that most people traut by bin Chxrrt Pecto&az too frcqnentlj aad
cct or consideration or what , t dietincUr to bo dSrfrated. His Acer Cess
, than Ih lontrs to them. The jf " ? thost i " .?" -
tonal If peoplo do not plan, work and , K'ood are cbcap. at aiqr Wlco joa hTc to pay
dcviEO means to brinr forth fruits of tortim.Chnrk0tveyrter.
tlio soil, or money wherewith to bny -j:
fdodf their wants are not supplied, and ' WnasoPia Xoasu!7--A Safk, Soxk
they mnst cither beg or "starve. TheAJtD Scstikc Cca!-r-TBe unprecedented
world owes me a Uvmp," says tho sing- SJVaSSISSSSll
c-afalhcv-for, SnAl "SSXSSSSSu&gSi -SStal
8ympaihjvand enconl axemen t, they bees fossa1 eo aard aa'aat to jield to its eoft
must porsess. the qualities that calljeaiagisCceaadaaliTwreiarjpfrrtrc-ptisd
forth a satisfactory response, or go un- j ??- te " a ita lartainftd Hlioua e-Lr-j
J 6 t loaUoea. aadBoca0leTerhayetrfa!4
J- f to fall into line. HT-aatrci, Fi5iaT A Co..
, ."I . . .. :P"?rieinr Xew Hmw. For aale Vr all
A xlzzt f Aixs joker, who April- drorcu , .
tuutciBua ugvir u acjiuuaj jut uiui
wboa 'nnhnlr aras oipV idn and if an 1
rt.1 v:. j i .jt: r lt '
atachofaioia when he was charsredi
THE GRA5D PACIFIC HOTEL,
OniMaite the Government Sanirw and the new Federal Baitdinca. is, witboat deaSt, tko
perfect hotel etrncturo In tho world, and the largest edifice iepi tnting prirate aaterpciM ia
the United 8Uteu. Ita four fronts, on Jckon. LaSalte, Qsiaey and Clark Straats, havs aa
extent of ten hundred aad twenty-two (1,023) feet. It waa opened to the pmbae eo the ad
day of Jane. 1873, and has proTed to ita multitude of patron, represcntisg the bast eleaunts
of the traveling community, tho well-choeon and anBurpaaeed chiracter of all ita appoiaaaaaU
and arrangements (of which special mention may be aoade of the Baths Tarktaa, Electric
and Vapor), secure with a lavishncsa of outlay, aided by experience and careful atsdr, never
before given to an enterprise of ita daws.
The sugninceuce of the exterior, ita great interior rotundas, superb pablie aaartsMBta,
the nceqoaled suites of prirate rooms on Its mile of corridors, and the system and detail of
ita management, have not only won the pride and admiration of onr citizens and guasts, bat
furnish the key to the enccesa of the Okixd pAcinc. which from tbe outset has never bean
equaled by any previous or cotexnpor&ry enterprise. Central to all the great railway depots,
tbe banks, wholesale stores, and places of elogant shopping and amu'esienta, it is at all
seasons, by ita lightness, spaciousness and perfection of ventilation, the most comfortable as
well as elegant home for tbe resident gneet and tonrist ever offered. And it tciH or maintained
aa it baa begun, tho moet complete and perfect hotel in tbe world a claim for it sustained by
the guests of the past eleven months, many of them our patrons ince the opening of the
former Sherman Houw;, July 8, 18C1. GEORGE W. GAGE.
JOHN' A. BICE.
CnicAOO, May 1, 187i. Lessees for ttccnty year.
A very remarkable account is ad
mitted into USHUbruTcs of a so-called
snow-flower, said to have been discov
ered by Count Anthoskoff in 18C3, in
the northernmost portion of Siberia,
where the earth is continually covered
with a coating of frost. This wonder
ful object shoots forth from the frozen
soil the first day of tho year, and
then returns to its original elements.
It shines for a single day, then the
stem, leaves and flower are converted
into enow. The leaves are three in
number, and about three inches in di
ameter, covered with a kind of micro
scopic ice, developed only on that side
of tho stem which is directed to the
north. The flower, when open, is star
shaped, its petals of the samo length
with tbe leaves, and about half an inch
wide. On the third day the extremities
of the anthers, which arc five in nntn-
ler,8how minute, glisteir'ng specks, like
diamonds, about tho sizo of a pin's
head, which aro the seeds of this aston
Count Anthoskoff collected some of
these seeds and hastened with them to
St. Fetersburgbw They were there
placed in n pot of snow, whero thoy re
mained for an entivo year ; but on the
1st of Jannarv, 186-1, tho mow-flower
otirst through its icy envelope, and dis
played i's beauties before the eyes of
the imperial court..
Ammne Colors.1 Prof. Kopp, who
hud recently mado'a careful study of the
aniline colors at the Vienna Exposition,
says that the manufacture of theso pig
ments from coal tar products is making
most remarkable progress. i uchsin,
constituted by a salt of rosnnilinc, is
obtained exclusively by tho reaction of
arsenic acid on commercial aniline. In
order to afford an idea of the enormous
consumption of this violent poison in
the manufacture of fuchsin, it is stated
that in Germany alone the samo is es
timated at 3,300,000 -pounds r year. It
is only lately that the residues have
been treated to' regain tho arsenic in
commercial form. M. Kopp mentions,
as anoveltya beautiful rose-red color
ing matter called saffronine, which upon
silk, is a very brilliant dye.
Increase of Railroad Fnt-'mrs. A
strange feature has attended tho open
ing of navigation this year. Tho rail
roads have raised their eastward freights
from Chicago five cents per ono hun
dred pounds, instead of lowering them,
as reason would indicate to bo the only
course. The explanation of this anoma
ly is that the New York and Erie and
the New York Central railroads havo
lines of steamers on the lakes to which
they want to drive freight, with the ob
ject, it is presumed, of 'running out
other steamship lines arid crushjag
competition. '' , '
" Out of thk Huult JBacr,"' This
is the name of a uooksKof the richest
humor, by Max A𝔨 k It is bound to
bo very povotSsboth on account of its
hunwrjajarits, supers iHastratioae, of
wfcicatiaif e are some 860. We advise
xUhose who wish Jo '-Alsaath snd grow
tv,wuj vvv, iv ! im no bBwsw
krgaaaateia ail parts ef the Jaai, is tae
sc urns; as vr. naree a uoteaa
very. Thia aaaswt aaaaad aaaa
ttaaavfsf kammar largely advertised the
aayetfMWaaWaain.aa aaea'ie aotjaacaee.
Tassstraat siplauition. ws talak, is fesai ia
taSfasttaat.taasBMdkina proaaeea Um moat
woaiarf si sad perfect cores ef vary sad asses
of hfnaialtl, throat and Inng aimaaea, k a
drmataalytaa moat perfect aad aaWaat reav
dy.fer sa basis of eoogha, tbataas ever beta
UtsoaaaaisalhatMblic. aad at ma aaaaa iiaaa
aB)aaraaaaaaBaBaa awa aaaraj Bfaaaraaii aBaaTaa avav taw saaaaaaw asBaara
paasaaamllMigreasasiof btood-aadf riM and
atrsagtatatog aropartiea that msawal sckaes
aaa baaa abta aft prodace, taasrandatiwg H a
n iisstaa reaaady set only la th care ef Coa-aaa-ttaa,
bat she for aaTakaaias of tbairrarand bteod.
MearofaJotuaaaaasaa, Ualeaaa, roach akia,
tlwref()raajrigarsaajr efjijalioaiioa sad
ghres the ayt
atadinaM af att
9 ttaaaaaft aaaal '
ia BATinpr tLxt
tirdr bcrontl onr
thaa aa the ben
them spokoa of fa
tenaa ef pcatee.
S. L. Smith A Co.
Stc2.vrs3 is an aMiition that waits on
u all. Nona are exrewL and I hero aro noce
lh81 b rriief froai Ma attacks. Wbocrcr
er.H HM;t. ill i : i ..- ,
conviction prcTaila ;irt De. Atet. does it.
A,,wa V4 ...V ftB0V.im IKU41 iasi v
i.. r wJir- T-.V. .; ,lr .
. -m i 1 m i ii i
The Spaia,aaigaaoss-SArx, Cac'g
''KnUied - ataa ia tafcak iatbewedd.
i aTawlwaaBTaaaaV daaTam ''"TaTrBiy
iiaaaau uetaf ajrafaajiaw
waoaaait. or taaaaTaaaaaoa
m aat aataaaa a aaaaaaSai aH
aeaaaal eaaaat taamaaaaa.
'L'aaV .j ftr
amr Mr wa aaarsaaaara
aaaBaaaaaaavfa 'Japari '
BaalaaaaxUat, aad asar
icauer, ir txu miu; BSva ac:cai a:u, iaae lue
Are Vow Owing Xerth Y
If yon are, you want a coov of " The
Northwest Illustrated." It will not
cost you anything. Send to W. II.
Stunnctt, General Passenger Agent
Chicago and Northwestern railway,
Chicago, for a copy. It shows you the
great Northwest, and teaches you how
to got there, and what to do when yon
TnR Great Medical Reformatio.
Tho Satanic Theory that preparations
which inflame tho brain are, in any
sense of tho word, remedies, has been
ovcrthroivn, and can never be re'etab
linhcd. The wonderful effects which
have attended the use of Dm Walker's
Vinegar Bitters as an antidoto to the
causes of disease and a cure for every
controllable ailment, have demonstrated
tbe utter fallacy of tho doctrine that
alcohol is a tonic as well as a stimulant.
Tho New and incomparable Vegetable
Remedy which has superceded the
death-draught of rum bitters, is as free
Irom every intoxicating element ns the
dew of Heaven, yet see how it is invig
orating tho nervous, relieving the bilious,
curing the dyspeptic, purifying the
blood of tho scrofulous, strengthening
the debilitated, arresting promature de
cay, and replacing despondency and
weakness with choerfulnessoind activity.
Truly a grand Medical Revolution is in
A novelty, is the handsome S-L50
field Croquet Set that tho Excehior
Mayazinc is giving to new subscribers
for IK) cents, through a special arrnnge
mcut with a large manufacturing com
pany. They furnish sample.copies of
tho Magazino for 25 cents, from their
office, Room 59, No. 157 LaSallo street,
TlllltTV YJCAK9 KXPKKIMCE OF AM
MRS. WIN8LOWS KOOTHIRO STRUP 18 TBB
PRKSCirriON OP on of th bt Pemal Phyil
clan and Nnrie in the United State, and baa
been n4 tor thirty year with aver falling
aioty and icccei by million of mothara and
children, from the feeble Infant of on wk old to
the adult. It correct acidity of th ttoaach, r
,llve( wind colic, regulate the bowel, and give
reit, health and comfort to mother and child. We
believe It to be th Beit and Bnreit Remedy ta th
World In all caics of DYIXHTXRT aad DIAR
BHKA in cniLPRBR, whether tt arts from
Teething or from any other can. Pnlt dlrcttou
for uilng will accompany each bottle. Bona San
In nnlei the fao-almlU of CUBTIB PBBXIXI I
on the ontilde wrapper.
BOLD BT ALL MXDlCIlfX DBALBBB.
ciiil.dk km on-hi l.w
othar cam ttau afcrrmar Mian
win d.troy wama.lvaaal ftajary.a) aaa
being peramiy jnpta, aad BraTlvwai
lag og ataatTfaJaHaai laaraeMeaH
lff aVra'aiaa aJ.
watraaaatf ii laain rarftvaniBa.
Jt Parfaaiad Babbar . Perteraaa,
earb ariatr. AMraaa Exeauaoa WjaaA,MaaM,0.
an iw a
a-at riea. woet-aaid.
a Bightb-eu, raiia.. Pa.
leta. with addrea of fiotkar aad
i aoataaid FiaChromo7aa.wrta
. and Inatractloae to dear aBtadar.
Pxcaa d Co 101 loath 8ta-t, PM1 Pa.
Bead V cent to O BO. P. BOW.
tta.k Wh ..aw m..m, k. .a,b
I BLL CO 41
mfhltt olOO pope, containing Ilt of JB raw
pera and tttUnate (howlag eot cf advertltiog.
rarl"VI7V t "" wlU aayia !-ll percent.
lflV ' i Hi X i la advance aad give god -cnrtly.
Stte ira"nnt yna dealra to Invest, Ad
drcf Seiurlty Panda, P.O. Bex 3J3K, Cincinnati.
OK. SA31'l . riTCII'B
Will be tent free by matt to any oae (fading their
a4drrit to Tit Broadway. Sew Terk.
PAKTSERWASTKD f-r tka acatOrffaa
aaaele. far t lie U'ettwa fHata. galea te
per niootn; can Lelncreaaed tola.
J. Or.., 34 W. ajaetiaem ac, Cktcaaa.
I.i a TXAAOPJirawaaUdU town aad
I P A.coaatry to eU TBA. f gwt te
' erdra tor tha targeatTea Coaaaaay
In America. Iataortera arlcaa aaa Udaraaaau
taAreeta. Send fer Clrcaiar. Addreee,
bobbbt wKixa, Teaey sc, a. t. p. o. aa,iar.
By IB Bate.er at faeali.aa
racaiat ef atJt by all
or ax area.
a. W. Bnraaaaa torn.
iuuaaawvuw Teata aaa
TfcXatetaa-i twat Xsaie Boek fer taa Baaaar
School Mwt tka aeaaaClrrte. BiarrtCraata
receirt f 36 crata. Lt A HTBTABa
aan wautaal. J?all aarUaaaara tnm.
t aaaufMB aasTairs t B
VaVBl a BawSfaT. aiaartawa waaaiOKt
Ok, aia FaHaa Baraat. aaw Tara, aWVaat
ninaafati mmM fafrfa aaad -"' aa BSffaki
Kaaasaaa..asarayai aaaaaiaat Aaaaaat. aBaa"L"v
we w W a w aa w ww a w w rww. cUA
weaw wriai aawa awaarar ' 7-
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OraaipalaaaattMaawavaal' SXTTaT TZXlBl TS
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iKtiemf i !( la af all aaaawTI , BV
ataaaa Baa rtaiady yea aaat gBSBJ rHH
fer lataYaaadaa tatal aaa. VSaBT fha Saaa Yea
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p latau ta waaaaaada af aaaaa. Baaaaaaaa-uataa aiig.
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Trytt. aWMaTaaBVaaalata. atttttttV afJla'e'Wi
araaaawaaaa,7arataaag4,jw,x' .aaaaaaaaaar am
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in i nil an ! :. - ,aa BBtaawaeaB.
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aaa ai i an aaa. tm aaarer rc wrtta r r j&Wmmmmmm.
cawaaacostk tt., Tafk. t. pwifafamE3'9Baa.
Qiaaiiiiaa ar aaa aajS mWkmmWmmm
aawejaawa, waaaBaajaaaBaaB -r' j- -afaaaar aa'aaa
U. Waaaar d GWgmmU
4 jtw a I
MINERAL ROCK SPRIII,
aad ell 4Ua of ta Hr and kidneys. This
vat, ta sow known and told ai a rtmaay for tba
abort dliaatn.ta all patta of tba world. It I
tralr wontful what effect It has upon ihtkunu
ritam. Ill now tatas ablpped at th fullowlnc
Barrtl. 0 gal., 1 half do, 7; dtian and Ju.
K cnl pr al . packaa cstra ; hutll (qla.) S1.M
rr dui. lion r 7 matt accumpanr th ord. -cept
tooar rffnlar aallKrl(Fi acnt. In,ulr of
tour dmatrUtfor Waukvalta Mlseral B-ck Spring
Water, audi C C Oit A to. Wankuha.
Wli., ftr orders for th tr or for circular.
CiacixwATi. Jon II.IKTX
C C. Otl A Co.. Wankrsha, Wi. UTt. nird
your watar from th Mineral Rock Sprlu. Waak
eka, WI., for lh dlabel, 1 ha and great re
lief from th ute of th earn. Bftr I com
menced nttngtblt water, mr phjltclan reprtrtrd
to me th epectne tfrarllT of my artae wa 33, and
after mint It fir twenty day the efecine itra vity
of the urine wn rednced to 31. ehowinc a great
imfroTement, aud finding great relief In nut
being compelled to urinate o frrqaently. 1 had
other watei. but glre It at my iIoh that the
Mineral Rock Spring i oreferable. And Iduearn
ettlr remrameud it to all who are m ctd lth
th cUeatc commonly known a Diabetet.
Keipectfully your. At-rasD Wiunx,
DcpU Coll. Int. Re., Sa. ? W Third tr,
11 vpnw, WI ., Jan. J, JeTX
Vmiriur. COitw Jt Cu. Drar Sirt lam atton
Ithed at the Immediate bent At received from the
uuof your h'aling water 1 commenced uelug
tbe water aedlrected.and foani a mat kd change,
reJftcmgipectflc gravity of mine 523 down to'jOo
In three aay, reducing a mo.it (kin and direct
perplratlon. making au euile rhaoga for th
better in mv dlgeatton. I ilo find tt beneficial to
the liver. Since drleklng th water, I irtt mark
bctfr at nluht. and without belnltarbed.a 1
umalty wa before. from two to three tlm during
every night TliUklrg of vlaltlng ytur ntg la
the enmmrr. tJlexlnit trra water no an taat
yon claim, and
mr own caie. '
ind knowing the favorable reeult tn
re, yt.u witt plcate rspreaj the f Tty
itdiatrly ae t am (atltned That ltdoe
t-t inee any or it bvailug proper! i by atppina.
1 think yor price very reainable, an wttl M
verMre your Spring all lean, fur tbe benat t f In
valid (uttering with tboe incurab'e aiaeate of
might' Ditra(e and 'acchtrlne plabete. a 1
kuow they cn be lmmdlatey relieved by drink
lg Mineral U-ck Spring Watr. With klmled re
gard, your truly, flao. Joaae.
curcl ! Hr.lU-rk'otily
Klloll llli llruiCHiy.
for trontmrnt until cuml. ('nil on ir lultlrcut
DR. J. C. BECK, Claciaaati, O.
Pf ruble Soda Fonmaiis!
$40, $50, $75 ana $100.
OOOD. BCBABLB AKD CHBAP.
Shlpfvl Keadj fer Use.
Manufactured by J. W. CflATaAa
a CO., MiMtoi, las.
iixd roa a CATALoaoa
Agent 1 If yon want to make mouey, 111 It.
Out of the Hurly Burly.
ItT MAX APKLKR.
Th blggeit thing yet. Humor, wit, athn, lift.,
fan and laugnter. XA comic cut. The people
yearn for It. It wllleell In dull timed Dhow It in
a man and he .urrenderl. It la ura every time
Don't bother with hay book that nobody want.
Humor ta tba thing that take. Agent wanted
everywhere. Send fr circular and tatra trm
to To-Day Pub. Co., 121 Xatt Lake atrt, Chicago,
TEE IMPROVED HOWE SCALE
I th only ona containing all the Modern Im
provements. COMPARISON INVITED, C0MPCTITI9" CHAUEH6E0
Send for Circular and I'rfre..
. Stat-(t . Chicago.
OILRRRT COM PANT,
US Mati.-iU. Cincinnati.
Manafactared anil faraalrat
234 20 E. Randolph St., Chicago
Chaplin's Life of
With an iMtrodHctlon -y Ks-Clar.Claflia,
la Heady. The-Charartar and "errlcea at
la Iftikle Hfateattiau, the Upeclal Aelvaa
l(ti Peiittitd hy the U'rllKitnwaAa.
then, (he HeaatlfMl llcllafya Portrait.
KnR-ravlMwa, Kac-Hlntlle Inciter, Ha Nla
(SOI I'aRe. l'dni.),anl law Pric (il..1t).
roRililae to render f hi th .MOVT POFU-
LAK HtMlK of the dar.-Agenla Waaler!
JJO.STO.V: . LOTH R OP CO.. PAUktrs.
.Vndor tntirjuu IBiflralta cufalofuc.
WA AND NEBRASKA!
OP ACBBB TJF TXB BBST LABD la
ir ale on Tea Yeara' Credit, at
. latere!, by ia Bar llngtoa aad ata-
r Ballroad Coataaay.
t, till fink year. BUcB aT. vara)
and LawrrttaMM a aOwMaaMl I
with fat! part. aUre.aeV
UKU. . II A l( SUA
(loner, Barliagton, Iowa.
raad tor gea-
g Dealer M
9T faa ajnftlfaelea wao avocatlear rettrlei
theatloatlttlBg potfare. nor thaa lao-thirda
affer frotn Cn(l(atlm. Bo they not know that
aa rrcat-n(I rre-.raio nBIUBl'R HKL.T
XKK APBUIIKJT weal I prevent all their
mie.ryr lie rgniig otrue ara naaar-
i., J . .,. a.t. .. .-. .. w -
Por aala by all ile.lex la atadictaaa.
THE THHE8HER IF THE KIIM.
TWa la ta Suaaaa -TiaBAiQa
waieh ha crcatarl aaaa a rvralatiaa ta
becoa it rvvLt aaTABUaita a
Mora lata trvaa iVnuaad pare
ueaeaan craia raiiaii araatai
bwttrblt rjirBQCArxaa far
aartaa; awl aarr
raar aiaca aaaaa, rtai
aaaaa. or Seiwwaaar "t
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aevaaa laaaeatat arlti
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aan urara (J
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miW JSjliiVaaalViiitf &- -
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r"aaSm t ha taOisaaBleaaHajaaaa
t ayTaaawgaBaar aaTr
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laBaaa,aSaacaw aaa. at taifc erMrtira, SS aTfall laTEBW lafFBaaaj1-aaw.
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aaae-or iwRaera-aaawi.-ww,eaaT.-r iaaTBl laara, iiiaa.
aBaaj vraay Aaav j
Dr. J. Walkor's salifomis
iiriir Hitters am pateliSV
nw tianitlotl. mnilo "l'lcfir froh tba
' , TTTaawjtdBBBBBaBB; -t.
aaawawaajL kwv, w
tlo l.or-l.. r.utiul nn Ihn Irtbrfr FlllaTaa af . a M.--5
mo sicrm ic-niniiioiHuuwjByv vibiii -- , - T
. rr a . t -., , I. .a -4r faklBaTuew. ., w- y
nla, tho uicdielnn! proiwrtka rtfwaaaV,,, ?!
aro cAtmctetl therefrom -vunoac tataaSV
of Alcohol. Tlio tiucUotteBJifcra,
dallv aaketl. W h,U U-tha ajftt alJasV -uniC-irallolctl
success of VixkuaB &,
teksT Our inawer Ut, that tlicyriMMBi
tUO CUU.-U u iwiwi'i m .v-w sv
corera hw licalth. TUc.f aro uw j
hlwxl imrinor ami a Ufo-Ktvhii: ft
a ix-rftct Itonovatot atttl lavi
nf tlit M'ati'in. Xarar hefofa
hitorr of tho arnrla Um a niixticawi Baaa
compouutlctl iHNb-ejM'inB; i' " l,A'1 :&&,
uutMlura t i ,,. -..vr-.. ,...-..,-. -. -
,K.:. nr iivrn ii!i-r tti nrinaer aawa ' -:--,-
sick of rvcry tUeao inanw Rfir Vo. Taafr.
are a rrntlc rurnuve aa wuu a a -.
rpHeviuir CtautwU-n -va-Iirflacima0awf'
tae Liver aMd Vlaccral Organs, tt BUlaat tf. A
re. aad AnUllillo" v
H. II. NrnoriLBACO.,
aaU t-r. of whlF.ctS asl CharHaa M V. V. .
Saia KUl5rwabalcalr. .
FOR PURIFYING THE IMM.
vegttabt - avitewlivea,
ar(aarllU, wk, 9tU- ,
Uogla and XandraBB
illh tbe iodide r re.
yOatitum ana Iran aaa
Vmot 9ertuat cwfeed
O" snMe or comMiata
whlch are vert atata
l and smicttng, It
luilfle the blMHl,pnr
a rat th lurking ht-
rnnri In thylem,lht
unwrmlne health and
ettl. intj lroifao!na
dlorder. Krutitlnneof the ikin are theacyeat
ancoon the (urfaceo! bnmor that (hnuld be ea
relied fn m te Hood Internal darangtment ar
(ha deterioration of theme bamvt to
tnternel organ, or organ. wb action they da.
range, and whr ub(tance they dlteai aad d
alroy Aran' BaaaAatl t.a eapie toe nnmor
from th blood Whnthy argnn,thdlordrg
they produce etcarpfar. ueh a l Jrrn.lii Ae
XnmTor JTVyeiaWa. Afli'!'i.f'"J'
buj; r.a.M. f Jk .Ua. .V. Aafadww
Tuwuir. Tttltr mna .viu iinrum, .-.-ma jirrj.
nr ltsrm muA yrtt. A'ArwDUtftraH. .l
P in IA JfcHM. . and Jlt4. ri
a. aurtfffy. Ltutorrhm rtrtMatf fnm
tdttrotion and wferiM a . from.
yarkixa BealtB rfluxai.
Dr. J.C. ATH CO., UwtU, Xiwta
Practical aad Analytical Ckemlata.
a. mM nnuUi an A TUoltrM ttk MimitilmX '.V??
- -itoZ &rV-XZ
properties orDR-ifTrBfi-i &
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if tu effectmmt rwmtdtr
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faa Aewid lewm, la vwtrm patalabk and at cAmpf.
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f PhflrimH from all -i1 of Ifca tauhttj,
rrerare.1 by BIU.IOH.CUll'l&IX?..CTW4,
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