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Bov f tbe ooiue4oinrtrrd brgiM !
To i famet jboald boaneJucated
wm. Forawrlj all necessary qualiflca
FABmcacxiUKt arrafaelsQ Juf to cnlti
vatcT thdr farmd witbout- Laving
their iiooaeacrowMd with hired hplp.
Do'AUCi woraf:;M cheaply as possible
this year, but do it thoroughly. Tho
prospect k good for reannerativeprices,
if economically produced.
Thk Chegk-Bein.-Why is it that so
many of onr farmer, and nearly all of
oar city cartas, insist1 upon wring a
tight rem on -working horses ? When a
horse, lefftjto his natural inclination, has
a hearyload-to pnll, ho can best exert
his back-bone in oae eoatinnons 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 raiso
himself bvr afence by a lift on his sos
pendcrs we will believe it. When a
norse falls, a tight rein will most effect
uaily prevent him from getting on to
his feet again. Try it without the rein,
and see if wo are not correct in our
practice and- theory both.
Wasted Fekthjzkrs, The Farmer
Heme Journal says : On every old
ilace in Central' Iventncsy 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 accvmnlating for-tho
same length of 'time ; then there are old
straw piles, and heaps of stable manure
which haye sever been hauled out;
and there are deposits under tho hen
roosts, sometimes two feet deep, -which
are equal to the best Peruvian: guano,
and -when these are all hauled out, wo
-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 another sup
ply jet, in the, muck mud, which, if dug
out hi ' the summer time, when tho
. marshes and swampy places are dry and
- hard, can bo hauled close to, if not
qmto to, , where ' it is wanted, and the
winter freezing will pulvcrizo it and put
it in fine condition for a crop the next
PitESKKViNQ Posts. Every farmer
who has to fenco his land knows too well
how quickly posts planted in the earth
becomo rotten, especially in a damp
spot All of them will welcome tho fol
lowing process to prevent rottenness,
a process as wonderful in its effects as
it is simple nnd almost costless. It is
taken from Lc Bicn Public, of Dijon,
" Take h'nseed oil, boil it, and mix it
with charcoal dust until tho mixture has
tho consistence of 'ton ordinary paint.
Qivo to- tho, post a fiinglo coat of tho
mixturo or paint before planting them,
and no farmer, even-living to tho age of
tho patriarchs of old, will live
long enough to sco the same posts
" ' Some years ago I discovered a
way of rendering wood more durable in
earth than iron itself,' ojs tho author
of the communication; " but it seemed
tome so simple and so inexpensive, that
. J .did not thins it worth while to
much ado and, fuss about it
soft wood thus prepared
t ';after remaining seven years inTuVenrth,
ahd wer&foundaB sound as when plant-
- cd. Tho only precaution to take is
to uso only oll -dried posts boforo
covering . them with tho charcoal
. paint,"7 &- .
Fabuebs Food. In the last report
of the Massachusetts Board of Health,
Dr. J. F. A. Adams, of Pittsfield, one
of the most accomplished physicians
in the State, has presented a long and
valuable 'report upon the health of
farmers, in which Mo combines his own
cxperienco with that of the leading phy
sicians in the State, to whom he 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 iu the order
named: First rheumatism,; second,
dyspepsia'r'third, fever; fourth, acute
lung affections ; fifth, consumption. Iu
answor to tho question'1: " What causes
'tend to injuro tho health of farmers and
their.famiUea?" overwork is'mentibndd
hb the first, improper diet tho second
exposure the third, sanitary defects in
barn-yards, nogpons, privie
cellars, etc gmmmggtO
iVMMatioB, olnujtad other oaafaa
are fceataonwi, lmt ta m lour arejfae
-AiMMMMpb sfal cmctaiuo1as,
Ibe fall focea erf whioh our Western
; HiMIWCKtl JaUv; it is
ac:JMMMrto tbr ststers at
Al.'W- -. ?-, ,n-r-t , a . i:
Jtt Win" hiyC lyrr i Wmyfti- in .
.sve a wajp:4;MWi vnataxe
; nhMiga.;. A to xarsMfa diet, i;r.
Wait attiyf ! pi Umn eight coads
gsgamW'i jiyjafwwb :tpMi ikiot
i'TWe m k HWavactTW food.
Jte " .
,S. lieatia too a to be fried.
4. Baked baans and salt-pork,
are thoagk a 1iIt. nuir.tioua diah,
a WW . ' " T m 1
sWt -asm i-
tiDr. PaaVek't reaaatha oa thk
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' ? saa-jmam""iz-.ismgj-. -. - msi ir
ef steak is fried to a
Crispin fat; nearly alt other meats are
fried, aad I think a larger proportion
of farmers are dyspsptia thananytth-
er class. They need bettor broad,,?
rare-cooked meats, less fat and greasa.
To the frying of meats to faluonalle
amoeg farmers, the testimony of tire
nhvsiciana is nuanimoutlv oimosctl.
Beef aadmuttcn are recomuicuded as )
the beat aaeuta, and Teal and pork uru
ooadampedas uafit fonataplc articles
of die? Dn Adams thnVs'ums up tho
testiaaoaT on the matter of ds'ct:
"Hon fresh and leaasalt meat ; less
f rviar aad more beilinir. broilii;z and
-rostisf;;a greater variety of regeta-
blea aad fniita: lersfrrifi antl skkes :
. : -- irtt.i ,
raised wihk yeast : less tea." Wo hare
aad thai as nfcMByentiIated jobms
iaraka amaay famarsakep, and the
y -tiErp-? jMJmLrm2M. tXrt
-.BT5.'TTiJ?r3V5TaBlK a . '' 9 wnewj innaau
iHftaty matutoaau extern. . - there is m onraa or foaoikMi of -
too KtSjki-e allotted for SSS MmSm
aaaa. ... amamloaa?eaatiaoed:aM uiaVmlaaa
CsaaMatea,emiiillTUiahU- tw -ir irtr' f t lt-W ii.
UMaaailSB.iMa. A A'k . .--- -m jEix-r- i , "
point JDr. Jjawre&oe tells
' a few words v " As a general
farmers sleep iavie Doorest r
their-kouses, whfchcsrcry small.
poony ventilated. r&Smxe
, Chaxpaokx Hue Boil the ham very
Render, kin and cover with brown su
'par, moistened with champagne. Bepeat
three times and brown ia ah oven. Slice
A Nice Dessert. 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
nut on top. '
The Country Gentleman recommends
linseed oil meal -for horses that are nev
er allowed to run out to grars, being
slightly aperient. A handful in each
feed, morning and evening, is about tho
quantity usually fed.
Busk. Three cups of sweet milk,
one cup of yeast, one cup of sugar,
mixed over nighCwith flour enough to
make a stiff batten In the morning add
one cup of butter, one cup of sugar, add
cinnamon and, soda. Mold and let them
rise before baking.
To Dye Gbeex. 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
ounces of castor 611 ; 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 the hair,
promotes its growth, and prevents it
from falling out.
French. Mustard. -A fine French
mustard) called moulard supcrbe, 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 give it to
hens to drink ; that it is worth twico as
much for this purpose as for feeding
hog ; and that by its ubo in winter,
chickenB will lay constantly. This must
bo their only drink ; and let them have
access to it at all times.
The Coming Girl.
She will bo of some uso in tho world,
will cook her own food, will earn a liv
ing, and will not die an old maid. Tho
coming girl will not wear tho Grecian
bend, dance the German, ignore all
possibilities of knowing how to work,
will not endeavor to break tho hearts
of unsophisticated young men, will
spell correctly, understand English be
foro she affects French, Till preside
with equal grnco at tho piano and tho
washboard, will spin moro yarn for the
house than the street, will not despise
her plainly-clad mother, her poor ro
tions, or tho hand of an honest worker,
will wear a bonnet, speak good, plain
English, will darn her old stockings,
wilkknow 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, nnd her mother ;
will adopt a costume both sensible and
conducive to comfort and health ; will
not confound hypocrisy with polite-
: will not mace lvinar to please in-
Instead ..of frankness,: will havo tho
courngo to cut an unwelcome acquaint
ance ; will not think that refinement is
French duplicity, that assumed hos
pitality where hate dwells in tho heart
is better than outspoken'condemnation;
wilLnot confound grace of movement
with silly affectation ; will not regard
the end of her very being to have a
The Length of Whales.
Mr. Scoresby, a irery high authority
on this subject, declares that tho com
mon whale seldom exceeds seventy feet
in length, and is much more frequently
under sixty. Outof three hundred and
twenty-two whales which ho assisted in
capturing, not one exceeded fifty-eight
feet, and the largest of which he knew
tho reported measurement to be au
thentic came up to Bixty -seven feet. Two
'specimens of the rorqual or razor-back
whale have been "observed to bo one
hundred and five feet in length. One
of tbese was found floating lifeless in
Davis Straits, nnd tho skeleton of the
other was seen in Columbia river, and
must, tail and all, when alive, havo
uw nau uhiwi uw vav m
mM K&aKhM af - - - A
nuMiy net. une cast en snore at aort
Berwick, BcoEtataC 'presarvad by
DtJCbox, war dMy-three feet in
length., Tbwe iastaMta t te
tabliah the awange and extrea leiftk
of tlieae.aBimahk.- Bmt, witb considera
ble ctedttlir;ui ewlier AO0ea4B,G!
vier, the emuii ajtslutvlsaya stout
ly, . ''There ial bo, doat that whales
hayeheeii aceaal eartaia Aochsand'iA
eertaia, Maa a ward of tkree hnodred
feet loar. or fae hmndrtd yarcU ia
la aa article .-reviewiif tho eVideace
iwhieh froat tittatoiia kaa'beea
Utry deckurea it asopiaH that it is
anerfectlrsafe artirienresTSJ iatalH.
avat phystciaa to eejaptoy;
dnceaa aoaad. refraahinsr alaam wltea
"I - ; - - --
TUaf tbe brain aad JgestrrenoaaBS
ia umbcb ui awimi w wnmrnmnmut,
f lavmg invariably produced
the same rciroshing sleep, each night.
Tho editor of the Journat asserts, how
ever, that it is useless and improper to
giTe tho agent to relieve pain it being
only, valuable as a hypnotic in sleepless
ness unattended by pain and that tho
dose employed by many physicians is
Linsufrtcieut ; ten grains have usually
hut httlcinflncncenpon an adult, twenty
often fail to produce sleep, but thirty
or forty seldom fail medium doses be
iog better at first, to tje repeated asre5
Exoubh Girls. Kate 'Field has an
exalted opinion of American women.
t, and places a correepondiag low est!
Imate on the English females. Kate is
I risrhL. sava the Brooklra Armti Ea-
urcJMij?iifii gins. s a gvutirai isiBg, uv fwr
ii;i : " Tr f mxH -1
trash, Tacy measure over forty inches
arciaAhewist, wear loose, gaiters,
Wshew late hoars and-Wy-whit and
enjoy a state 'of, heth that is poeitire-
Yeaagjaas fig's iscaae Freat the MMl
fFrom the SprifcU (MaM.) KepebUcaa.
The marvelomseecapebf yoangDsn
ning atXeeds has already been referred
to, but his story is eo interesting that it
ia worth giving in detail. Wnen 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 aad
three children had all left his house.
He ehouted to them to run for their
lives, at tho same time 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 might
be got out of the house 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 gave way beneath
their feet and his father disappeared,
from his sight. The young man haul
just time to clamber out of the window,
and as the house tipped over crawled up
its side to the roof just as tho 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 full sight
of his wife and children, who, as they
looked on iu terror and agony, expected
momentarily to see 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 current
at a terrific speed, and, intent on the
fearful task he had in hand, never once
thought of the dams toward which be
was hastening. The first one is reached
in the awful crash and jam. He is
hurled seemingly twenty feet in thcair
to como down and be submerged for the
first time far beneath the waves. As he
came to the surface and clasped another
piece of driftwood he realized with an
intensity uniinaginablo by those whoso
lives have never been imperiled that
another and higher dam was but a short
distance below, and that he had abso
lutely no hope for life nnless he escaped
from tho flood before that point was
reached, but fortunately the swollon
mass of water and debris at that mo
ment surged toward the shore, and seiz
ing an opportunity, which seemed to
be providentially presented, he clam
bered across some broken roofs, which
served him as a bridge, and with a leap
again had a foothold on the 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 be depicted. Only a cool and
intrepid man could havo passed through
that experience, and possibly Mr. Duu
ning could not but for his experience
before as a raftsman in Canadian waters.
He had been swept half a milo down the
river, nnd was utterly exhausted by the
intense strain on mind and body, nerve
and muscle, yet as ho lay on tho bank
a moment to get his breath, ho could
not suppress n smilo at the appearance
of a man who escapod from the-fiood
near tho samo placo by seizing hold of
tho limbs of a largo tree on tho bank.
Fleshy though ho was, this man went up
tho tree like a squirrel, and did not stop
till he was at least 30 feet above tho
Mr. Dunning describes, as the most
rcmarkablelincidcnt of tho memorable
ride, the heart-rending screams and
groans c .women and children in houses
that wdAftiKwept down with him and
seemed to be beneath him. He says
thev will rimr in his cafsTViiio latest
day of his life. S5 x" N i
Cultlratc Parity of LaBguage.
Avoid slang, my 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 little brother and sister may imi
tate. Nover forget that next to
"mother," elder sisters ore tho chief
educators of the 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!' and "sokes
alive!" and "so sweet 1" and "so
queenly 1" and so many silly phrases
that one is tempted to believe they
have had no training at all, or else their
mothers were very foolish women.
There is nothing more disgusting thu
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. M heart
warms with love for sensible cirls and
pure boys ; and after nil, if. our girls i
and boys are not this, I fear l
IM woasea of oar
JaasVrlf weltaTe aaoble, aaefal par
poaa ia. life, -we will iufaae tho right
spirit into thoae aroasdriaf-
, A jamarkaMa "eae sack pkee last
Saaday ca the Aypoiattox rirer, aaar
Fatcrafharg, Tavt whan five haadred
rieraaparaoaa wera 'lmplail,:pT im
jacraioay ia the prmnaoe of a very large
rowd. ' At 1 o'clock p. m. one thou-
TOteaa ehaated aa anthem aatbe
eolama of .candidates marebed
lawaia'order to 3the wafer. Two' )iar
of aaea were theafonaed, aad the oar
kiolrybegaa by paaiaf Maa eaadidatar
froat liaaa to ha&d frosa the shore to the
elerirjsaaa,, wha; stood
hia waist ia
thanrer. Tha work
aatil the handreda
ewa4w aa becaa
the acextwtjnt awrufastationa of
aad ecstatic ioy ertwwitaeaaed.
to tioleat were the diiainiittratioaa
at ttarsa that it often rcmured
atieaath of four,or bt able bodied
to qmet taesav jJaasaMiatety fter the
h wcreasurra.ia a
fbraicd-ia liae. 'A
aa taea ferised sai
aboat teatapapaaa, arher
ia um aaaraa, aaaaa taajmauea eoa-
LUNTART .GonsM. "1 am 50
Dmble," raid Uriah Hccp, and perhaps
the inflnence of his arrogant hnmflity
in tbe opinion of many, rendcra hnraili-
.- - T-i. Mi.. t, - :.., xr.-.
tr a vice rather than a vutne. luver-
theleea, one prolific canse of trouble in
this world is, that most people waut
more reancct or consiilcration or what
sarno law obtains in social life as jn ma-
tcnal. If people do not plan, work and
devise means to brine forth imita of
I ln ea wmaa. naw aKaiWABt4(l a Israva,
foodf their want's are not supplied, and
ther Biustiithcr beg or starve. The I
l.-i -- m- ?; tUm. .. !
wwi.v. v w av. "z"tf "V" V"iM I
gara Binary ior,Ji.peopienceaiOTe,
A VaiJiEr Faixs foker, wfco April
fooletl ais doeior br sendiBs Jor bim
wkaa nobodj was eick, didn't audit
Btaca of a yatft when Ha was
tiajftoat aaaid tha mtZiiM
ainst patscsi the qualities mat call 1 5 iobsmw, ua aauwac o BTpwrrcpciss
forth a satisfactory lesponse, or eo ur.- s - "Si0 &? J?.tSi5!f2,J2.
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THE GRA5D PACIFIC HOTEL,
Opposite the Government Square and the new Federal BaikHofa. ia, witfcoat dealt, tha
perfect hotel structure in the world, and
the United States. Its four fronts, on
extent of ten hnndredaad twentv.two f 1.023)
dr of Jane. 1873. and has oroTed to its multitude of patrons, representing the best elsots
of the traveling community, the well-choecn and ansurrasd character of all its appolaUasoU
and arrangements (of which special mention mav be made of tha Baths Tarkisa, Eleetric
and Vapor), secure with a IsTishness of ontlsy, aided by experience and careful study, never
Miore gvren to an emerpnso or its class.
The magnificence of the exterior, its great interior rotundas, superb pablie asartaaeats,
the uceqoaled enitos of prirate rooms on its mile of corridors, and the system and detail of
its management, bare not only won the pride and admiration of our citizens and guests, bat
furnish the key to the success of tbe Gkakd Paciuc. which from the outset has aerer beea
equaled by any previous or cotemporary enterprise. CentnJ to all tbe great railway depots,
tne banks, wholesale stores, and places of elegant shopping and amusements, it is at all
seasons, by its lightness, spaciousness and perfection of vsntilation, the most comfortable aa
well as elegant home for tbe resident gncet and tourist erer offered, tnd it rrffl 6 maintained
as it has begun, the moot complete and perfect hotol in the world a claim for it sustained by
the guests of the past eleven months, many of them our patrons since the opening of the
former Sherman Honeo, July 8, 18G1. GEORGE W. GAGE,
JOHN A. BICE.
Chicago, May 1 , 1 S74. btstxes for tttxnty years.
A very remarkable account is ad
mitted into iMtMoiuTcs of a so-called
snow-flower, said to have been discov
ered by Count Anthoskoff in 1863, 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 the year, and
then returns to its original elements.
It shines for a single day, then the
stem, leaves and flower are converted
into snow. The leaves are threo 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 whtch is directed to the
north. The flower, when open, is star-
shaped, its petals of the sumo length
with the leaves, and about half nu inch
wide. On the third day the extremities
of tho anthers, which arc five in num
ber, show minute, glisteirng specks, like
diamonds, about tho size of a pin's
head, which arc the seeds of this aston
Count Anthoskoff collected some of
these seeds and hastened with them to
St. retcrsburgh. y Thoy wero there
plnced in a pot of snow, where thoy re
mained for an entire year ; but on the
1st of January, 1801, tho Miow-flower
ourst through its icy envelopo, and dis
played i's beauties before tho eyes of
the imperial court..
Amline CoiiOitsJ Prof. Kopp, who
had recently made "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. Fuchsin,
constituted by a .salt of rosaniline, is
obtained exclusively by tho reaction of
arsenic acid on commercial aniliue. In
order to afford an idea of the enormous
consumption of this violent poison in
tho manufacture of fuchsin, it is stated
that in Germany nlono the samo is es
timated at 3,300, 000 pounds r year. It
is only lately that the residues have
been treated to regain the arsenic in
commercial form M. Kopp mentions,
as a novelty. :a beautiful rose red color
ing' matter called aoffrouine, which upon
silk, is a very brilliant dye.
Increase of BaiiiBOad Fut .uts. 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 one hun
dred pounds, instead of lowering them,
as reason would iudieato to be the only
course. The explanation of this auoma
ly is that the New York and Erie and
the New York Coutral railroads havo
lines of steamors on the lakes to which
they want to drivo freight, with tho ob
ject, it is presumed, of ' running out
other steamship Hues arid crushing
"Out op the HuiiLT Burly." This
is the name of a cook full of the richest
humor, by Max Adder. It is bound to
be very popular, both on account of its
humor and its superb illustrations, of
which there aro some 350. We advise
those who wish to "laugh nnd grow
fat to buy a copy, for a
asl ewes to tha
a p0alarifT smi mat wftk aa
ia all sarU aff .taa laai, ia the
af tsamTH Ir;rwrtMa Oolaaa
This aaaaet aepead aaea
jjaaaTiaaAswaiaera laraaly aiTirUsfd thaa
as.atisarmw4ieu,a saehH aot.UMeas.
Tha rraet tf miation, wa think, ii fmt i
tlMfam that this BMdieiiM naaaeastha
waaaarral aad perfect tnras af vary had
af IfiBfhiil threat and jaaa msisass. )
doahtaaTy Uiam-iet pet feetaad sdWant
sdr fee aBkhsSs of concha, that has erarbaea
fta Um aaalic. aad at tha i
atrsngt htaaig ptopettiea that
has hasa;ahlV prodaea, tha
amiiiiaw at aa
wise) at It. ,wat
au taa Taai
B. L. Sarra A Co.
Sicatxrs3 is an aition that waits on
, ae all.. None are eugyi, and ibcro are noca
Lt 1 relief freai iu attacks. Whoever
fcn ?u" thte S r?r fL u
i conviction preTails :thal Da. Arri: docs it.
l Di90rdere cf thl UaM-haTe Uon healed by
; hi Sahsatasilla, asaiffectiort of tha langt
. br bin Chkkxt rzcroxAm too fmrnectlr acd
i t dMiacJ to diepatea. U Aoce Ccas
of atedfciBa. Mt-jwraIi are dear, at
, ,cood are cbeap. at aar,ric job h.re to pay
a i t
WnvaorrTa XoBavf A Sate,
Baicot ihw wBTKciamuaaija
wtablTthat oamae Tj hxa aepcxacdad
m .- VJ"T . -- A 2.
oeea 1032a NauaM wavajvan u ns w;
-to fall into lina. TTn pan i I, Tisiat A Co
. proriKtons, Sew OrtaViv For kuo by au
jm suuami mm cwsasw.
Bwiraiaawsml a Bea
mawTa aajaW aiamyara smmaa,mammr
TTTR XoRTBWaawajarllowrE-N ATI, C
I - - . L (IV" l l l '
Go to XznacLZ WaOrrevEaBItoa, JXL
largest edifice reprasaounc prirate aterMM ia
Jackson. LaSalie, Quae aad Ckrk Btoaata, have aa
It was opaoM to uw pa&ae aa taa 'M
multitude of patrons, representing u bast el
Are Yes Uelns; Xortk 1
If yon are, you want a cony of ' The
Northwest Illustrated." h will not
cost you anything. Send to W. 17.
Stennetr, General Passenger Agent
Chicago and Northwestern railway,
Chicago, for a copy. It shows you the
great Northwest, and teaches you how
to get there, and what to do when you
The Great Medical RErouaATioN.
Tho Satanic Theory that preparations
which iuflame the brain are, in any
sense of tho word, remedies, has leen
overthrown, and can never be rc-rn6-linhed.
The wonderful effects which
have attended the use of Dm Walker's
YiNEOAit Bitters as an antidote to the
causes of discaso aud a cure for every
controllable ailment, have demonstrated
the utter fallacy of tho doctrine that
alcohol is a tonic as well as a stimulant.
The New and incomparablo Vegetable
Remedy which has superceded the
death-draught of rum bitters, ia as free
rom every intoxicating clement as tho
dow of Iicaven, yet see how it is invig
orating the nervous, relieving the bilious,
curing the dyspeptic, purifying the
blood of tho scrofulous, strengthening
the debilitated, arresting premature de
cay, and replacing despondency and
weakness with choerfulnessand activity.
Truly a grand Medical Revolution is in
A noveltt, is the handsome &L50
field Croquet .yct that tho Jixcchior
Mayazinc is giving to new subscribers
for IK) cents, through a special arrange
ment with a large manufacturing com
pany. They furnish sample.copies of
tho Magazine for 25 cents, from their
offico, Room 59, No. 157 LaSallo street,
THIRTY YatAKS KXPKKIKSCE OF AM
MBS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHIRO STBDF IS TBB
PRKBCirTIOR OR one of the best female Fkysl
etanaand Rursea In the Unltsd States, and kas
been nsed fcr thirty years with aever falltnc
safety and succett by millions of mothsrs and
children, from tbe feeble Infant of one week old to
tha adult. It corrects acidity of tha stomach, re
lieves wind colic, regulates the bowels, and glvee
rest, hsalth and comfort to mother and child. We
believe It to be tha Best aad Barest Bemtdy la tha
World la all cases of DTSBRTKBT sad DUB
BBXA IJT CUILBBBR, whether It arises from
Teething or from any other cause. Ball directions
for using will accompany each bottle. RoaeSeaa
taa unless the fao-slmlle or CC1TIB PXBKIRS It
on the outside wrapper.
SOLO BT ALL MXD1CIRR nXALBaS.
CIIIL.DKK9I OKTKN L.OOU. VAUK AKO
from no other cause thaa harttg worms la tha
BBOWR'S VERMTTUOB COMT1TB
wtU destroy Worms without tnjary to tha ehlld,
being perfectly WHITB, asd free frm all eotor
ing or other lajwrloaa ingredleots asaaUy used la
CUBTIS a BBOWX, Proprtetora.
Ro. ait Bulton Street, Re w Tork.
Arfd Hr DruniMi oS Onmittt, aad 4tUr tea
Urrfifwxt. of TwBHTT-rtva cbts a Rat.
Why wlU Yaa Sarert
To all persons saferlag
from Bheamallsm, Rruralgla,
Cramps la tha limbs or atom-
, rain la the
ear la of all
dy yoa waat
I as atsUgj at it.
caaa prieae. Addraea Kaatuaoa Wi
DK. SAX'L. S. riTCIl'R
Will t tent free Vy matt tn any one eendisg their
address to 714 Broadway, Raw Tork.
P" "TrTSBH VVASTKDfHriht heatOraam
mtad. far tl$e 'eterm State a. Salts 0
per raoath; can Le increased tolJS.
JT. Or., 36 W. ajadaaens RC, Chleaaja.
rrrrri a TAAoyjmwaatdiatowBd
I He A .coaatry to sell TBA, t gat ay eah
JW ,Jordera tor tha largest Tea Ceaapaay
In America. Imaortera1 yrteaa aaa taen
toArewte. Seal ear Clrcalar. Adaraaa,
ROBERT WBXLa. td Testy -, B. T. T. O.
Ba,r ad retail,
B. W. laaeet a Saw.
The latest a4 iVeaTxaeie Bee far tha aasday
School and the BfeajeCtr!. tiayteCoyyaaataa
receirt eeata. J.IB a MrBrABB
MTmrk tVir Krerrl
Bcu wattted. Jralf yautl
HOT. 1 VmEl BaawaaBaSaTO
A atA a ea, afattr aaa8r faW.
j pkaaaamaammtal aaTBmma taBammaaY. aaaaakauaaAUw-ay taaammm amamm
U$xm W. AHtdvimidi 4k &, Ckf
IKML ROCK SrHIII,
aad atl4ltai of tfes Utr and atdn
wats. la sow known an toil a art
mdj tar Ik
asoT4ltat.1a alt ' ? world. It U
tralr woBurtful wkt fire I It hapnn thhama
ay turn. Ills now txleg shipped at ib aUowtta
sarrvi, mi - Sii hiiiw,!; awmirimam
90 cnta r a!-. pcaislra; b..ttl(t
pr dot. Xunf j auit mubibjt " "4
ct to oar rtrilir aathorlrrJ asvnt. lt
narrti, to tu, aii; iiiae,j; arwijoan ana jr.
cpt to oar rtrilir aatborlrrJ iftnl. Itutr of
7r 4nitril ror wtutrtu sittrti if sprmc
water. Additaa C. C. Out A .. Waaktiha,
Wis., Sir orilcrt fur tVt water or for clrcutait.
CntcuifATt. Jaot 11.11C1
C C. Otis A Co.. Wankttka, Wit. Itartna- uJ
your wattr frcm tha Mineral Ruck Sprint, Wank
tka, Wit., fur tha dlatelta, I bave Sand treat re
lief from tha u cf the tame. Bfr I ro
aienced mint thlt wattr, my phytlcian rrftcd
to roe the tpeciae travlty of. at vrtaa SS. and
after mint It tor twenty days the fecWc travtty
of the urlue n rednred to 31. thowmt a treat
lrnrmeement, and finding treat relief In ntt
tlnt cvrnprlled to urinate tn frtqaently. I had
other waters, bat firm It at my opinio that the
Mineral fWh Sprint it urcferable. And 1 do earn
ettly reromraeud It to all who are afttded wtth
tka iiieae romraonly known at Olabeirt.
Respectfully yourt. ALratD Wilsojt.
Dcpt. CulL Int. Rer., So. W Third Street,
nvrA, Wtf Jan. JIWX
Manors. C. C.0Is4Cu. lrSirt I am atton
Itked at the Immediate hentSt received frcm the
ate of your hralmt water. 1 commenced, mint
tbe water at directed, and fuand atnaikcd ckaoare,
redaetpir spedSctravlty of mine SJ' down to'jOo
In three tfayt, producing- a moist tkln ana a direct
pertptratton, maklnt au entl'a rhaata rqr Ike
better In mjr dlteatlon. I alto And It heBeScial to
theliTtr. Since drUkint the water, I rett ranch
betfrat night, and without belnt'l'tnrbed.at 1
umally wat before. from two to three ttmMdHtt
erery night. TUI.klrgif eltlllnt yur sprint 1
the inmrner, hlleMliii( tswler to d all that
you claim, and knowing the fatorable remits i
my own cate. yuu will nlcate rxpreaa the f-rty
gallnnt lramcdiatrly at 1 am talttfiedTbat It does
ut lote any of lt heallut propertt by ahlawiMaT
I think yoar prlre very reatnable, ant wilt aa
Trrtte yonr Sprint all 1 can. for the seneflt cf In
valids sufferint with those Incurable siteases of
nrltbt'a Uitvate and Saccharine rttabetet, aa I
kuow they cn be Immediately relleeeit by drink
lag Mineral R ck Sprlu Wattr. With klndett re
gards, yonra truly, Oao. Joaat.
MMPHIRC NAMT aentllr
cum I liy Dr. Ik-rk'notily
anownt hi i(fuiriy.
NO CI I. VI tCJ 13
tor Irealmrtit uutll cum!. Cnll on or mUlrc.vi
DR. J. C. BECK, Cimciaaati, O.
Ptrtible Soda Founiaiis!
$40, ISO. 175 and $100.
aOOD, BCaSBLB ARB CBBAB.
Salpaed le aay fer Use.
Manufactured by J.W. CatATaUB
SCO., Misttof, la-D.
sxxn roa a CATALOaua
Agents I If you want to make money, laH It.
Out of the Hurly Burly.
1ST MAX ADKLKR.
The biggest thing yet. Humor, wit, fBlhae, life,
fan and laughter. JM comic cats. Tha peeple
yearn for It. It will aall In dull timet I Show it in
a man and ha turrenderl. It It tura every time.
Pon't bother with heavy books that nobody wants.
Humor Is the thing that taktt. Agents wanted
everywhere. Bend fr circulars and eitra ttrms
to To-Day rub. Co., IS Zatt Lake street, Chicago,
THE IHFROVED HOWE SCALE
Is the only one containing all the Modern Ira
provrmedts. COMPARISON INVITED, C0PTITI CHALUNCCI
Bend for Circulars and I'rlcea.
A.M. OILS CRT 4 CO.,
X Stale-tt . Chicago.
OILRRRT A COMPART,
lit Malh-st.. Cincinnati.
afaMaflactttrce! aad foraaleat
23 A 25 E. RantJolph St., Chlcaaa
Chaplin's Life of
With an iMtmilnrllaM brKl-tior.ClaBla,
la Heady. The Character aad Services of
the !hle RtateaaiaM, thaHpecUl Ade-aa-tat;ee
Paaaeeecd r the WrlNKnewa Aa
than, the HeaHtlfal lleltatyaa Portraits,
KMjrnevlMKs, Kac-SlHtlle Iettera, Ita Rlx
(904 pa(et, 1 dm.), and tow Price (t !.),
cetnttlae tm render thla tha NOtT POPU
liAK HOOK of the day.-Agenta Waated.
BOSTOS': IK LOTH HOP OO MUUtitri.
Strut for thtxrM 10tuiralt4 CutaUfe.
MILLI0R8 09 ACBBStrB TBI BRST LARD la
the West, r sale en Taa Tears' Credit, at
yer crat. laterett, by tha Barllagtea aad RUa
aouri Blear Ballroad Company.
NO PAYMENTS NIQUIRCO,
Bacept Intereet, till fifth year. Bach Sew, warn
Cfiaia' long Suemi, l"W Taars. aad fr.e gdasa
tion. frit Tart and Lm TrikU ea aowMaaaf
goods to those who
draaa UktO. N. fi
till Liiicaiaii anaai aaimarai. awe saw
at... ra....t.. .a at?a,aa
.with full parti Blare, I
Lead Coamlisiuner. Burlington, Iowa.
The Bead Vet lavaated.
yor Amattur or IttuMH Bar
p,tes, and xnsnrpatsed ler ga-
or9w lv.aaa la Cm,
BENJ. O. WOODS.
aaaractarer aa ueaier mi
every datertytl aff
Belley.Jftwclia Laawlg. 7 MarbeVeU. rhlU4el-
. --. m m M.. rmlrk IHnir4I..IiaTatf
j 1 . ii a a!4
paia: a. r. aoaaa. awrenntwi,.
fer IllBStrsted Catgae.
9T tha MnltMadea whose avoeatleM reetrlet
them toadtllBg pottara, more thaa lwo-bir4e
eaffer from Caasllpatloo. B tbey aet hw that
aa cre!rnal rrirtl T.tKHXl'l HKtT
ZKH APKMI:iT weal I prevent all tbelr
mtarryf Ita rrgniatlnt p'oprrtlee are aapar
asirled. Bor Bale by all dealers la medicine.
THE TrftESMEl If THE Pttrtt."
Tata It the BumrasT -TwaAvoa
ahkh hta created each a pvralatiea te tha
gad Mesas t rrur arraauana aa
-vrntBH Thresher" r tattaar d yeawaOea.
Btare than aevea tiiagialyatrtaarsaal aaaaty
aarrjaaxT CRaocAjxa Hr
wmmr mmm aaaaiaa vtau
far war at rir
an uiwaaaa (
bMbbp HVaa i
aaaWaaWaBrBBBBaavv-: v "rj: r.v.'JiA3vaaaTa ' ' " aajaau'maaaa:- ' aaj;
aaaavaataiaayarwr e .asmw. amw .. awawwmwaaiawawa
aafawBaw fMm7Miteweawawae)edaaaaaasasBa g
rawrarw. AlgBamaaTiitsaaeaJi. ataw.
BaiBTBalJl avTataai amwBwamt BmT JaTm
" JUIyranw teleadahfa ay YtoemwaavS aaUM
eaaaaa. r Seyaraear amw.aT amajttarrZy I taftsBI
iTTt"ti iniitii rgiaHimaa r TTrtamaama
Dr. J. Walker's
the Sierra Nevatlaniountalnaa
nb. tho nictlfcinnl nrotMsrtica
am ivctmciiul ilicrvfrom 'rltboat1
of Alcohol. Tho, )UtfurWk-:
dally akrl. 'What bita4apW-iPpjfj
nniiaralloleil succcjo of ViysRAEJsYak,
teks f '' Our .mawcr Is. that tbey
tho causo of IUkswc, nml tho iatlc
covers hta Ircaltlu, They are uw
blood narinomiMl auw-gtrwif pi
a. ravfrct Rcnovatoc aHl liv;
of tk arxtfin. Narar befdrv
hlitorr of tho koiM a nutlicM
vuNMnn tho nHVafcaaMar
iab Uittkiw iRhsaHaWlfca:
rme inanrthipref. TWf:
ratlve as wtuas a Teahv 5
tick of evcrr lircac
am m vnt?M PlirsTfttlva
ailifbraia Tarn.- H
fgtr IHttcri aw vrjmtmk
pa'iKirution, nuulc "Mefly lroathinig mK
tivo herbs found on tho lower nMMtfV. 2-5..
w---"--" - -rzt j -'. wt
f TtaT I "- . .''
ik T ;., n.i.l VLuxiral Onrann. Mt ifaBaat' ?
n:.. s . r j, Ir??-'1
"rr .. .' r93TgrwjLX?
VlSKOARltiTTRasare Aperient, PUrAorstlaJa
rft,. Hnuiiaa or n" wtit aaew "-i
GanalnaUrc, Xutrttitm, iraovy. 1'igpav
acaatira, cuuBtartrffaaauwtw , aa
aiT. aad AuU-HiHt. n .
H. II. MeDOXAfiW A CO.J
Drnnrl'l an4 flm. . ict, ton KmaeUwv Cawwaia,
a.-4 rr. of VaAhlBctoR aaU Qiiraaaj-. ' V".
Baiaahatlllt faaaakBi. Bkl
,-, a, a. - . ..-, a- w-, W-ar rf
with the Iodides f rw
Vamott ttrtual ewvecd
tttum and I run
a series or rcatpiaiawj
lent and afflicting, it
buitfles the blMwl.tinra
which are very Mate
ee 'ul Ike lurking ha
mora tn ih rticm.itiae
undermine hretlh and
settle into ttoublaeem
lions of ths skin are I he a pea
anraon lh- surface of humors thai saouw te
p.ll4 ft m tie bloo4 internal derangmcnta at
tht detrrmlr,allonnf these same hamort M aema
tntarnal organ. or organt. wheta action lhy da
range, and whesa substance Ihey dlteeteaad da.
atroy ATaa'sBasArBtii.Aeiptit miinwwi
from tbe blood. When tbey are f". the dieordert
they produce tlsappear, aurh as IXttratumf rj
Ur, XtmatH, ATiMevs, ,". "r"''
avl;l.' n..L t tk Ski, ta. AalaoaV
ftnaibr BVwtiawVis. rimtitf, i'uM . Pktfktf,
Twmor: Trtftr af .tr h'htum, .VaM ?
worm, llctrt aad .v, HftHmAium, .
iim in the . Aide J Jftai. ma
mm. Sterwvfv. JforrAaw irita rwa
WceraNea and ttferiwe ?" ."reSJ!,
JhaaewlW'Ht aad 0ar4 iHtUiry. lll
parHua health returns.
D:. j.e ath co., larw-a,
Practice! aad Analytical Chemist,
aW4 sy a DrwffiWr and Dealerf ra lfdafay.
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f-ers r. ' r?n tj d
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9 d id Ura free. J. Werta a Co.. K txials. M.
is as eftetmnl m raaMafy
laa Ajeetd let, more palaiaWe aft4 may A tXZttptr.
v Pit learrlrdlre Cbvslax wkh TrHfHnito
f Vkylrtmn from all jrU it lhe eawttrr.
trSmtf raahaatg tar trhJ3 dKr
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m a amaarnt
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