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Three whole day together;
-'BB5ift,-AW like to lore tetee awire.
If it prove (tlr weather.
THaa akrit an1f ivif lit r(n
t XThcka dlfcorcr ?k-
ila the whale wide world nejaln.";. .
8ea leemiul lover.'
Hot the pitc on't is, to praise
Is doe stall tome;
Lore with no had made no lay,
Dad It any bees but she,
And that very face.
There bad bees at least ere tliU
A dozen doses la her place.
Sir John Suckling.
' ' FAKJH, 0KLHAK1.AN1 fJAKDKN,
r Feed for Yeaac tWskea.
They want no food for many hours
-"'; ' after they are batched, as they are 'then
digesting the yolk of the egg, which
3MI constitutes their first food, and acquiring
strength to run about. When they be
gin to peek, they should be fed -with soft
food and very small grain. Unques
tionably, the best solt focd Is an egg
' f " beaten ap with a teaspooniul of milk,
,f i and heated in an oven by the side of a
fire until it sets into a soft custard.
Chickens fed or partially fed en this
-$ . make wonderful progress. II they arc
to make large fowls, they must be fed
soon after daylight; if, as is too often
the case, they are lelt hungry for three
'$ hours in the morning, they arc always
- stunted in their growth. They mn9t be
"T fed the first thing, and while they arc
young every two or ,lhreJ hours during
Gio. W. Shaw furnishes the following
jft precipe to the Wetitrn. Farm Journal:'
One gallon strong soft soap, one gallon
thick sorghum. Mix, and add one gal
Ion of lain water, with one pound of
coppeias dissolved in it. Bring this to
a boil, utirriug Meanwhile. -If too thick
to use with a brash, add strong lye. If
loo'thiB, sift in Hate, or, better, sulphur.
Clean the the dirt from the tree, to. the
f depth of two inches, remove the borer,
and ibea apply the mixture to the tree,
from the ground up, eight or nine inches.
TIim, should be done in the month of
JuBe, for the borer eggs, though, if car-
, Her, it causer the tree to make a better
growth. "Mr. Shaw does sot state the
use f adding the sorgum, and, unless
the .wash is applied to more of the trunk,
it hardly seems worth while to add so
many Ingredients, such as lime, sulphur,
and copperas, whose chief value is to
destroy fungoid growths. But he says
he has applied it fifteen years, with good
success. He is after the rountl-huaded
'4 SI -borer, evidently, in workings low down.
IfeRatHt'ltoBtMrietiea, of fruit are
ductive when the trees are set in a rich,
deep soil. But to this rule the cherry
seems to be an exception. Although it is
fa very hardy free, it does not flourish for
any length of time in an extremely rich
soil. This is prpbably.QwIng to the fct
that in such a soil the giowth is very
rapid, and the wood docs not become
J HVW,iclUy baldened.; The bark Is also
liable to crack and the tree to become
diseased. On wet land, too, there is but
'little chanco of success with this fruit.
If. it seems desirable to set the tiecs on
moist ground, care should be taken to
have it thoroughly drained before they
are set. But it is better if they can be
put on a sandy or gravelly loam. The
"Uees will not grow as fast for a few years
as they will in a richer soil, but. they
will, be much freer from disease and a,
great deal longer lived. When there is
too rapid giowth, and the wood does not
ripen, root-pndRng may be resorted to
with advantage. In some way the growth
of the tree should l?e checked, or it will
induce disease and death. New England
leas fcy(Weewa.M4 .Insects. j
It is estimated that the value of pro
duce annually raised in thiscouafry is
- $2,500,000,000, of which amount nearly,
or quite, one fifth, or .'$ 500,000,000, is
lost, according to the American Xatural
i$t, from the attacks of injurious plants
and animals. A single campaign of tlu
anny ; worm cost tbc-farmers of Eastern
mssachusett $250,000. worth oi grass.
'Missouri alone loses from $15,000,000 to
'i&OjCCO.OOO annually frominsct depre-
I:datiohs. Tlic annual damajre to the
v apple and pear crop from the codling
moth nmounts to several million dollars,
and the. work o the curcujioisf equally
costly.- A riartial remedy fs fotetourd
iaa close study of insect Jiabits, with a
viewto ascertaining what insects there
are which hold the depredators in check
. sad destroy them. It is bardly possible
to estimate the havoc, annually wrought
4 thtaesjrftplieraaidtlie potato beetle,
&L r'eiiiplaid my bird or. insect
which would reduce smh pestswould
be a substantial benefactor to the farmer.
AiTtO tauiryaHnu fpiiaatier, in the
common vernacular, weeqs, inc only
meihcd that is fai bk is tokill them it 1
ineir very gerauaauuu uj uiwua. uj
proper agricultural machines. The
Country Gentleman affirms that the an-
,3Jfic ,Hwal growth oi weed -katait "couitiy
GOTI Saats-sMnOOnsfVr'eSouih to
lead a compact train of wagons
enough to span the globe.
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Am Aauitear m Bees.
A lady wrltiasr fro-JPkiIadelwiia
.r.-eI - . V "x. l-a. awL-srTfc t j- -- -5
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side of- bee keepiag:
About f our jw afio I jMt six
T aoar kava atnfASMS'1 .! K
Tz.. ' a. .-aaawv - tTm WkTaaaa
late aram.tfce pawtBter.Have-oily
two kiads of hires (not havieg aeesi Kr.
QaMibjVor others, that haTe, deaVt,
y aacnts.) Mine are the Laarstroth,
-af M wjftrti b BreIW
r m.J2.1TW g,"r- WW. : t.yTl
i etfMT'rwspecttaw liatlar; fro it I
large swarm. The first I bad froai a
Langstroth hive this past seasoa filed
another Langstroth hive and bad begaa
tonke comb 1b tlie'tpare boxes. A
neighbor thought there were awewrj-
five or eighty pounds of honey collected
by that swarm. Another reasoa ja favor
of large boxes, is, the bees seldom re
quire feeding io spring, as the atcrea are
more ample. Last spring I should Bare
lost several in the box hiyes (coataising
about twenty-five pounds) only. I gave
them sugar, boiled in twice the qaaatity
or water, whenever the weather was
mild. I also set pieces of boaey in the
comb, when I thought they had used
their stores, which is easily seen by small
pieces of comb in front ot the hive, or
hollow cells. I have been giving my
bees rye meal these two or three weeks
for pollen, whi;h sets the queen to lay
ing. Hie young are tod on pollen,
which cannot be got till the swamp wil
low begins to bud. Rye flour shaken
before each hive (a teaspoonfal to each)
is soon used up oa a' sunny day. The
hives will thus be filled with bees to
collect the fruit blossom honey, by thus
providing early polfcn. I have two
apiaries, one facing south, the other
east- A swarm from either side is placed
opposite to where' it is taken. The bees
facing cast swarm about three days be
fore the others.
I saw a statement some time ago made
in the Spirit of the Timet by-4t person
who had observed day after day ua large
quantity of bees outside of one of his
hives, and thinking they were anxious
for a new home, he got a dustpan and
brush and carefully transferred them to
a hive close by,rwhere they joyfully took
possession and formed a new colony."
If this is practicable there are many
hives Himilarly crowded, particularly
where no swarms have issued, which
might be turned to account. I would be
obliged to Mr. Quiaby. or any experi
enced bee-keeper, for his views on this
subject. Perhaps somo lady amateur in
this line would favor us with her experi
ence, which will tend to encourage ama
teurs in taking the little care necessary
for the increase in thta climate of the
useful and interesting bee.
Our garden would'secm quite lonesome
without bees. In winter they are left on
their stands, sheltered by a shed with
roof, back and ends. Corn fodder or
bay is packed about them, except in
front, which Is left exposed so that, the.
bees may know their own hives when
they fly out on a sunny day. A few
times this winter T nrUpH th ! nrtl
...-.. vrrvuV ww wwwaa atuw
let the sun melt the frost on the glass.
i- i -A sf -
leaving them open a few hours ia mild
days'.. Tl(o bees warmed up and flew out,
taking new life, and the pollen given
them, and it also, served me as an .inter
fngand useful pastime. Beginners in
bee culture should read some good book-
on the subject. Mr. Langstroth's I found
easily understood, and ia language bcau
f if ill and refined.
Emblems. In Heraldry.
: ThewWtris.lhe lily of heraldry:
The lion, the kujg Ql;casts, was a fuvor
ltcaymbol"It'was used by all who were
in any way related to the kinj, and kings
bestowed it upon his chosen followeis.
Among 'birds, the eagle was most
esteemed, and of fishes, the dolphin.
In the time of tho Crusades, when so
many soldiers of different nations were
assembled together, more emblems were
needed. Every soldier who went to the
Bioly War wore the badge of the cross
upon the right shoulder. " Aad ,they
added to their emblems the crescent, ihe
scsilop, the turban, and other devices.
There were many kinds of crosses.
Tho Cross of St. George, the Cross of St,
Andrew, the Cross of Malta, the Cross
croslct, any many others.
The Cross-croslet was often filched, or
pointed, at tho lower part. It was car-
I ricd by pijgrims.on their journeys, and
could be fccedin the ground so that they
might perform their devotions by the
As coats-of- arms became more numer
ous different knights took the same de
vices, and the different coats-tif-arrns
came to bo so much alike that it made
confusion. Then strict lawsawere ;madet
regulating the attitudes of the animals
and the number and position of the
charges. For example, one knight might,
display upon his shield a lion rampant,
that is, standing up" ready tor combat
the most .honorabljposiUonoiUhejlion.
On another there might bca4i gttard
an that is, with the face turned front-
wise looking round to observe the enemy;
or rcgaaiiyuiTug the heaturnecl
backward, as if urging on his followers;'
or passant, walking cautiously, as though
searching for tho enemy.-7Frtpi'A(jJiouJ3
ueramtj," AJtmMIdoae, StJlfieMUu
for 3i ry
A ccofding to his last iirami: tAwti-Jf of iHjjliiini
ment, the actors of America are 'tneMfpl !". picctf.
rect Tielrsof Kwi1 forest. His im
deviscd that 'Americcn
from old aire dis
ease or other causes .ire' MabieTto
ubtain employment, 3hottfd" reap its f
yfaAbave now elapaad
.u.u me ucaiu
or tbe creat tratrediaB.
and so far as can be learacdao a4tpc h 1
Jii r -f." 1i I
ucca nucea oy nis execntozarto carry :t
the pnrpose of his will.' Arrajiawaaaaaaa.
for calling & meeting otall the actbra tf
the couatrv are beisiar nad 'Vm
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iA C -i
WW4UWJ wai iiKuaaaa a ia ex
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istence of Francis Scott Key, aatkor of
rStar gpangfcd Baawaff"Jf said te
beQa poesessioa of bis akter nova res
idJit of Sm Fraacisco., A lift aiafd
bwstia plaster has be. ZZSii
,wawet M saial to be a sueceacial piece of
g-;-j?-"-i1r-2',1, - i.
,Bx.aawlaTii,irooBDiy oe oefHC4 ireta
it C-af Mr. Lack carnaa oat his priafe
-. y? ij. : "ks
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jal btmSJwCfaeei. .-a.-.v- f
Io an article with this title in Seribner
Mr May, Dr. Hollaad "write as follows :
, It the eatire conglomerate educational
system of America there is so depart
BMat.ia which so much time and money
are absotately thrown away as iu tlte
ornamental arts. The teactteK ia this
department fail entirely to comprehend
the end toward which every Jeesoa they
give should drive. It is sot for as to
point out the remedies for their imper
fections, but in the jutme of a suffering
and disappointed people, to call their
attention to those imperfections, and to
demand that they shall either be rerae
died, or the costly fare be withdrawn
from the boards.
Oratory is oue of the most popular arts
in America. The man woo can. speak
well ia always popular, and the orator
holds the hearts of the people in his
hand. Yet what multitudes of young
men arc poured out upon the country,
year after year, to get their living by
public speech, who cannot evea read
well! We have had something to say
recently about the unreasonableness of
the people concerning brilliant preach
ers; yet, after all, there is something to
be said for the people. "When a minister
goes before an audsence, it is reasonable
to ask, and to expect, that he shall be
accomplished in the arts of expression
that he shall be a good writer. and a good
speaker. It makes little difference that
he knows more 'than his audience is
better than his audience has the true
matter in him if the art by which he
conveys his thought is shabby. It ought
not to.be shabby, because it is not neces
sary that if should he. There are plenty
of men who can train the voice. There
arc plenty of men who can so develop it,
and so instruct in tin arts of oratory,
that no man needs- to go into, the pulpit
unaccompanied by the power'to impress
upon the people all of wisdom that he
carries. The art of public- speech has
been shametully neglected in all our
higher training schools. It has been
held subordinate to everything else,
when it is of prime importance.
Lawyers' J-'e la Georgia.
k The Atlanta (Ga.) Herald has the fol
lowing: "Yesterday, in conversation,
some one remarked that Gen. Toombs
never crosses a court house door for lees
than $5,000, when Judge Lochrane re
plied tfiat rthero was nothing strange
about that. 'I wouldn't take auy case
- s" -6,er ,uc lnan ,VW. IU1S
i i t-m rwv
crowd to discuss legal fees.
and it was found that several large feps
had been paid Atlanta law!yers since the
war. Mr. Hill, in the celebrated Mctculf
case, received a $100,000 fee. Judge
Lochrane a fee of $40,000 in the Bruns
wick and Albany case.' Mr. Ilill re
ceived a fee-'ot $25,000 for his manage
ment 'of 'Kimball's case. Judge Lochrane
received $15,000 as a fee frorn Mrs. Kuri
ball in the Kimball House case. Iu ad
dition to these csises, there is a case now
pending between Henry Clews fc Co.
ami the Cherokee Ittilrotd, involving
$275,000, iu which ihe fee will be large.
It is said that Judge Lnclirane'a fee
as attqrnoyfor Clews will be $25,000.
God made both tears and laughter, and
both for kinti purposes; for, as laughter
enables1 mirth and surprise to breathe
freely, so tears 'euKble sorrow to vent
itaelf patiently. Tears hinder sorrow
Irom becomiug despair und mudncds,und
laughter is one of the very privileges of
reason, being confined to the human
species. Leigh Hunt.
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Address W.T. Dart Des Moines, Iowa,
for the Spring catalogue of "Domestic"
"VUlLa 25 cent 'Domestic" pattern
yoa curf cut your own di esses. Send to
W. T. Dart, Des lloincs, Iowa, f or cir J
culara containing over 800 styles.
Asthma. Pr id ham's Asthma Spe
cific will relieve the worst case of asthma
in five minutes, aud from one to three
bottles will effect a permanent cure. It
is endorsed, by the medical faculty, and
every bottle is warranted to do what is
datutaVif Toffit or money refunded.
Thousands cau testify to its efficacy, and
persons afflicted" with 'this terrible com
plaint should not fajl to try it. If you
cannot obtain ic from your local dru'g-
S'st.r jQKd direct, Jo '-'the proprietor.
ii uuiuu igwu iu . jjtuayi'j ' uiier(
Fuller & Yanschaack,;StGvcnson & Reid.
Preiaretl oaly bf Janies Phdham, 49
Genesee street, Waulteftan,.in.
IIIe4 Saduealy of Heart-Disease.
4 iHow cotnttoa, is jthe announcement
Thousaiawvaaieaddcnly swept Into cter
itj$ij this fatal malady. This disease
jreaarally has its origin in impure blood
fUett with irritating, poisonous mate.,
rials,"; whicb,circulattnjr -Urouga the
hearty irritate its ' delicate, tissues
llMMth the irntatidn may at first be
oaly -slight, producing a tittle palpita-
twsi MJaaaCJiUorj, or dull, heavr or
sfTMJhfs, yet by aad by the
dssease becomes firralv seated, aad in.
'flammation, er.Iijpertrophyr.j: thickea-
membrane or of the
H&w iwiasi'io rive
early attention to a cacedfthi kindi
Unnatural throbbing or paiavliu th6 re-4
gioave&tnc: beavrtt shoaM .admoaiah tone
ttst.alliAnriht; &Hd-if jtm woald
preserve it from further dioaate, you
mustjielit to besrf righdyby the-ue
patfi aaatea.reMSlyi f.wiil. TtaaoTi: the
aMatal the trouble. Us Dr. Pierce's
Goldea Medical Discovery before -the
disease Has become to (Mated,' aaa it
wJU,Tyaita gtaai brood-purifyiny aad
woKla-rM Tifja) st a I, PTOiWtieft, cflfect a
jserfaxwarre. .? It coatdas Bediciwal
waacJratjt spwctfeaJly p
f tha heart, rHiain?-abV,at "m
acUoa.-JSod by all-frstclaai
. BJrABTTMBKaB COMBS? - '
. .ist- a. t .- jrtm . xaaain.xi.'j.z-
twoymngo I waa aatk.ted wita
a'rrtaaatasi of the hmrt- arbiek af tjaaaa
craeeii a preaaare araafaalaWaaBioal
afBteptata: 1 aaw as adTertiae
yo2r Irdtafaa) Xedical DiacoYary.
the aasae aa(affMac-tr
I Hw boawat half
a rJoawtboUJaa, aad after .eiaff tana
bettlaa I waa eatarely 'relieradaavi aaa'
ar. jiaaaaT-Ja)ad hwaJtt. , .
''ilrrTti ?Viii ar?. .&,:
lllklac Xaata Baarjr.-Tal U a clcre that
1 imparted for one stamp by F. Wnjr, of hi ate
Ceo-re, Iowa- lie tarcUaW, Bd all firs-cr boy
aed tfrla will hl U with tdlrht. bee cart In
(Nr mh ft4a. U. W. OIc, of Ply
. 1st. to the " m'4tSr ot tka
couitnr. Ha aella meet r-r owe eour tkaa
asr outer weaterM theeoaatry. lie ! serfcctU
rellable. J a aeml a awllar a4 jki by re
tarn mail caewga ao4 to slut tvo or tare gar
A ValwaMa Wwafc. twrjwawy aaoaM pm-
a' copy of Dick' gacjiiowtila co talc. tag
CtMrecMpU. It M rle awwl vaJaaMowork ut
the kind erer saMUhad. UmA Ut l4ex Ire.
Maay oT the miata a? warU kasdreda of l
Ura. Addrvaa JMekAftlsaoftUUM Aaa U X. Y.
S ETorgraawo iar a PoUatv-Iowa tarmera
M other who will tkto year slaat kedea aed
wlcdbraaka wW 4e wall to rad the a4Tartl
teat of Wsu M ortew oa la aBoihereoJoaia.
Tbey aell tj treaa Iar owe 4, Mar. aad traoapUated
Arbor VjUt. 8 laehe high, for W per 18UU,
Crrt orr." We iaatte tma attention or
oar reader to the adaertfesiest, sader above
headiog. of M e.r. Oriaiaa A M er, sruprlctora
of the celebrated Kaox Pratt Fvat asd Nantetie,
l'ittabar;. Pa. Theae rc! leates are thoroaahly
reliable oad will da joat oa they prowUe ia their
tbera for plaaU.
Inarsw Your Poaltrjr.
rill be fbaju the card oi T. f
In another co'.araa
. Ilallworth. Jtaa..
ot uneJaea, ., oae
poaJtrjr-raiera la tho
the Mont exteavlve
coon try. lie ha the
eoleeat areoda. aaiesr Uu-na
i liaadaas. Brown
Lechoru aad Brahaia. W hare aera th
fowl, aad they ar all praaiaai bird, great lay
era aad of pare blood. Agga aiwt carelBllr
hipped and will ala-aya hatch. Parchae esq; o'f
3tr. 11. and doable the va,oe of yoar poultry.
A Homo la Matjlaad. Haadrt-d la the
Vt are aecklaa aa aacape lrosa oar tcnible
winter, and la reapoaoa to atany tccinlrle wo
woald acTic Maryland s toe bet iefue. Splen
did farm, add and healthy cliaate. Coldest
weather lait winter 4 degree above scto, and
only VA Inche or anow, that only taycd oue
day. Kailroar! aear sad aoclty fir i-claa. Land
cheap, bee, card or C. K. B'hanahaa, Easton, Md.
Map tree. -
Dr.McAFjrKK. Arexalar ;radato of both
Urltlk aad Aserlcaa Iaultutca. a yeata a
practlciast ahjraieiaa. Treat only Chronic At
foclIoD aad all DUcaaca of the Kidaeya, Liver,
Lang, Heart, Threat, Ilrad and Nervon Syntera.
Cnora of youth and abne ot manhood tnoi
aaccetnlly treated, and ofu-n after other pby.l
claca huve failed. Ladle can lad apecdy relief
for complaint peculiar to tfcelr .ex. Addre
lock box aw), or cll at the oS,S17 Perry street,
Fouadrr and MmchIbo Werka. One of tho
oldest establishment in Central Iowa t-ncaed
in the maanfacture of enelue. boiler, and othir
kind of auchlaer', la that of Longhnn A IIIUls
ol Dea Moines. They are alo, amvufc the most
reliable, employing In all department none but
the ben mechanics aad aiachlntat. Tbcy have
recently made larje addition and luiprnvetueuu,
doubling the capnclty of their work, and ir.rilc
order fraii all part or the Hutu. See their card.
niooded CaUIe aad Sheep. In another col
nma will bo fonud Ihe card of T L. Miller. Kxu.,
orDeecher,' Will Co.. III., proprietor of the IilgV
land Stock Pnrin. and one of the most prominent
btucders in Illinois. Ill vpcclaltlc ere llere
ford Cattle and CoUwold blueii oi the purest
strain ot blood. M. Miller mites bis own Im
portation and hi price very reasonable. The
many farmers and Htock-raUers or Iowa and Ne
braska, who arc desirous of Imorovlnt? ihu vuluc
ofthelr herds and makin-r sheep raising prova
ble, will ao well to write Mr. Miller.
1 CoHUHBBUtlnii Cnrultle? Of that th.n; is
serious question; bat there la no doubt that the
It Is. slrictlr
disease In tbe tung
-that Is. it U a
deposit in the Inns of scrofulous
ouht to bo cairlcd out of the system altogether.
P-r counteracting this tendency to deposit, re
moving the fccrotuia, strengthening the system,
gently stimulating titedigesUve organs; aad the
liver and kidnoys Into a healthy a;tlon, and lor
purifying the blood, no remedy yet discovered
equal Diu WALxaa1 CixiroRMiA Vikxuar 11 it-
Powell' Star Pump.-The superiority 6f
Powell's Star Wood Pump is winced in their
general adoption. Mr. Powell has continued to
add Improvement alter Improvement, until it
would seem now almost impossible to rcako iur
ther improvement. He was one of hc flret to
adopt the patent porcelaiii-lincd cylinders, and
has used thon-anrls Of them In his pumpr.
Thuv are highly recommended by all who havu
used them. Particular attention is called u this
imptovement. Mr. Powell has hxd seventeen
yeara experience a a mannf. cturer. and employs
nof bi akilled mechanics, aided by the latest
improved machinery More 6f the Star pumps
are sold In Iowa than if nar other kind.
THIS LADY'S FRIEND. No married
lady nfaoald be wick-oat Ik Add res Dr. F.
A .Koyea, No. J17 W. Noaroo Nt Chlcaro.
niAMUUItt KOCKM.-Kcge f:i.0U
Write for list of nn-minms nan r,H flT.-rf!
C. C. CORBKTT. New London. Conn.
C1ROTON GHAPK.-Two ancU-year-old vines
'of this excellent white "enpo. for one dollar,
rem (wsijiaiu un receipt or price.
j. Crotoa Landing. N. Y.
is iLainu ur tows low
made ciy, aUo
time saved, by a simple, cheap and durable
enclose stamp 'or circular to
P. WHAY. State Center. Iowi
MOKY SAVKO IS MONEY KARSKl)
and Sl.Ow will buy more Garden and Flower
Seeds of O. W. Olea taau or any other aeaier In
the United States. Prime aeed, crop of 1971, and
are all genuine, u. W. OLE8, Plymouth. Ind.
NIOM KK1. Por aew aeed of Karly Ye-
lOW Danvcrs. Yeflow Gtohe. Red Glnlui anrl
wane fortugai varieties address L.W. CL
ONS, 8eed Orower, Pleasant Valley, Scott Co.
L. W. CLEM
every wdere can gain valuable in
formal Ion concerning Improve
ment tn the HAKKOW. bv addressing
S. HTJTCHIN0!I. OrigcaTlllc. Pike Co . III.
APP1.KTKEKS. two yeara, warrantea thrifty.
Ktght'dollars per hundred. Evergreens, fif
teen inches, same. Address
J. A. BKOWN. Monmoath. III.
TURNKR RASPMKURY PLANTS lor sale.
The hardiest lied Raspberry. Stood I he win
ter ot JS7S-7S uninjured. $15 per 1,000: 12 per 1C0.
Address MRS. EMMA BROWN. Alton. HI.
IMPORTED ONION 8KKD. Yellow, Red
and White, at taper pound; $38 In lot over
10 Iba. Address1 ' T-"
J. to:. Boacland, Coolt Co , HI.
Browne! 1' Beauty and Comptn Surprise Po
$2.00 prr 1.1. Jersey Cattle. C. Y. C. ALDN,
Sonman, KipleyCo.. Ind.,
nrhMlLLION Naraerj-irrowtt ru ajrewa
'Soedllaaa, 1, and 8 yeara old. Tiee aeed
by the pkt oa. -and lb. Send for r.'holesa.c price
HiUIi.M. THOMPSON, at. Fraacis, Mllwaakce
OK a ftU-
LciiP-ra and phocbssks
PHe A. SBt
freear fMMtage. Soeelmen iBdex'rcatfree. DlcK
A FITZGERALD, publisher. No.W Aanat.. N.Y.
PROFIT oa a canital of fttt. Sew oal
eat. Ageata waated aad territory for
sale. Per circulars, add res
KLAWYER, patentee. Plttsbarr.Pa
iwcaocia, atat aoMpaia. Ageau waatad. ataaap
for catalogue. J. A. BDNT. W Liberty U N. Y.
A GKXT WANTED fat ear Ptctarlal ran-'
--..Uy. aMIrtca, tSSS Waalralieaa. aad, other
poBiicatioas extra ladnceneals. Address, for
cUralara, C04)PaSAT1VM BIBLM PUS. CO.,
EGGS FOR HATCflllf G-Froa chole fancy
, grta: ; 10 varieties. Also, IMPERIAL PJCKIM
DUCKS MGGS; $10 per doaea. Bead atamp for
circular. Hrf B. FKUTlKe, Jaf,
' -V Cfce"TtreeU8alcaa.Masa.
A GENts,RJtATSlIsi.-.-e will pay ageata
regalar ameatair ealarr or aHew alarre
oaajBiestoa, to aeU
tear celebratea uu 9cnc-
BUCai 4 KWTVKT. KOt HlBg lB
Addresa HBKKMAM CO.
la the world eoaeta to.
IUAOJCK 8EICD aWatatv ihmcatok
vaa at FraiUaed Manerr aed Gerdea.
aad YsJlawr Maaaeaaoada. FraJUaad Walie. Seath
Bead ar nrtee list to
---rmz .-. !
FraltUad. . Maaenck Caw. III.
TEaUK "DOCKS, White Legaera, Hoadaaa
?aj,aad Llfht avaaaaaaiia their seaeon; also eggs.
pa of 5; papers avalltd free oae year to par
ehaaer'. -deadSSc far "Method for aaakiBgarK
Tifaal-v4j, -waiter aad aaauaer." K. H.
MA IMBb. Maiden aa taavHadeea. M. T.
ieatoe WBaTlV-Improrcd tanas.. $&50
'""TnfJPIH ItlTl'Ti MITtnnii OaoiklliUla-i
to fM per acnkssair teraaa.
wwrt, waaraaia. n
from Xeax York
oa Meaa Yeraeaatcaea aad acaoeta. atikt was
ter.aeeltaTcllaJe. Addree. for ntalegae.
THI- STOTJIBAIIB W1G0M.
Twwty Tiafwvap 11 Sw-tet,
m m win!
TOKSALJS-KijorVlIorn Hull and Dull Calves.
-a. grade and thoroughbred, at prices from 5i to
$300 CiiA.Hooi). lladcn P.O.. fit. JnU Co.. Mo
2BEAVTIFVI. TRNCU OHJCUROM OS,
aaovated. SKx?, for SS ct.: S Gem, isjcta. ;
HDecaJcc-auwk or Transfer Pictarca'St eta- r.
. - - a.saasawMrfc.. , ssbW- k
raatac mz attaaag all am aaalefaie aVe
fsMltmii "-"-1 --
Vb-dkar arw aaltt laLaaaaV aaa BTrBm
- T , t swft sw WIW
'aT" "-,--- - zi "-.
9jmi jHUMBaKf aaasweV W9
Bat coaae Meatb atd
aalta with Cha
City Oeleay, feaadd by
anssH after 6af Jaattc Cfc'a. Good aoclaty.
a.o HM tk
caarakua awd aakaila. Clrwlwa aad aiaai frre.
Addrra Char Cltr CoJoay Aaaoe'a. Ckaae City,
Xeekleabant o- -
Is W l.M
... ft fa fu
..., i aju mm
Ec-rcrwaa at ether m my
Alas rail Ha oi
mack. IL W
H IkbllUSi Mm, lit..
Vtrorto WnxtAJU Vmo.
TDCCC Per t.tOrAh.nicta&: Eiw.au
I KttO.tt : os Kr. 6 ia.. at.se: h vru
low catusa. fl.QB. Per We-Ky. c. tree. IIjTO;
B. Oak. fl.m; Ac Ac HtH Tarietlr hect
Potato Biaata, wH packed Ic mm. i.T. prt
1.608. Cttalojae trrc K . CKAMS.t. Sew
tkntoa. yercer Co. Ilia.
CUlatrilC GTawl Flower aat Cardew
OnHrtLnO aMU. tfead dlrjtt to tb ruwtr
and get seed that will gruw aad are trwo tat
aaaje. A fniawdld Iltaatrated Caialorae and
Ataateor Gold to all appllcaau. Scad six cents
Iorpota. Addma D. C. KR.VINAKD.
Moaat Lebaaoa. Col. C. X. Y.
200.000 CHOICE EVEKCREEMS,
Nar err crown, oae to thrt e feet- htch. cosaptla
lag Scot en, Anirlan ai.d White Pine. Norway
Sproce. Ita'aaaa Hr, Arbor VI t aad JSuropean
Larch. Have beca once and tarice transplanted,
nd are In fin coadttlon. Wilt be old at bottom
prico ia largo aaantltle. as we deatre to clear
the ground. Addnr. with oaantity waated. for
price. MUSUOVE X M ILL". tUtct'a. 111.
jWaaw CMCOrCCUC roKDNKlltlLaK.
J U M tnlittia Arbor Vtbe. & Weeo-
tag spruce, aad 5 Itilsaat Fir. nice plants,
JLfsf 6 to 10 lacae. matuaid. for !.).
Taw.wwa Trans jJantrd Arbor Vtue. 4 to 8 Inch
e. lit) per 1.007 lO.Oue for f. Cataloraes,
with direction for uiaatln-;, mailed for stamp.
WM. MORTON OS. Allen' Corner. Maine.
AUKNTS In everrronniy, toaU
OUTOlLM Tbe book conuius 600 oc
tavo pages, 1 tally llliis'rated, and neatly bound
in leather. It give the symptom, ranse and
treatment of all the dlcae of hones, cattle,
ho?, sheep and posltr. 50.000 copies have al
ready been sola. Agents make Irom 10 to f 15
per day. For terra and territory addr-ss toe
publisher. J. B. YKAGLEY. IndUnapolls. Ind.
To sell the Pollilca
Personal aad Property
Klk-ata of a C'itisea of the Uaitei 8tatea.
How to cxerc.ai and how to preserve them. rJy
Tbeophilu pjrsons. L L. D. The last andgreat
rt work of tti" renowned author. A complete
Treanury of Legal and Constitutional lCnowede.
A book wsrntliil to every tltlten. For fult dc
rriptlocand tetms. adUres C. 11. 15 EACH fc Co.
163 Clark street. Chicago. 1H.
IMPROVE YOUR POULTRY.
Bit OWN L.F.OHOKN.S and 1IOITDAVS are
Hhe besi layer and mot profitable fowls
now known. 1 cm spare a few fresh, carefully
handled eggs of each nt thco breed, so
packed a- t hatch alter gjlng 1,000 mile, for
$-1.00 per doicn. or BVM) for 3 dozen in one box.
Prom tine stock, well np to exhibition standard
and warranted pnro blood, and to arrive safely.
Chick for sale in tbe fall. Sc-d for circular to
THOS.L HALLWOKTH .box.vn. Chelsea. M as.
T- Vm Vm
Wholesale and mri A O
Retail Dealer Ih XaWLl9a
Club n.te given, and will duplirate Kastcru
prices. To the (Jrenfers wo offer special rates.
Send for circular nd price lists.
AddrcM- CAICPKXTKK& N1IKRMAN.
U MmId StM Krokuk. Innx.
Apple Trees, Rool Grails, k
Apple Tree. S to 7 feet, first-class, fc p.-r lOU,
$30 per UO0, boxeL
Apple Kooi ttrnfts Itf Tadlar Varieties.
warranted No. I $1 per IMA); 10.000. $..
Hoil MapleT5 to7 feof, $1 ier 10); $31) per 10D0.
Peacb. IV-jr and Cherry Tite and other nursery
lock at curriut rates, for ralo by
PETgtt McGKANK. Bloesington, III.
JOHN H. COMER.
Goshen, Orange Co.. X. Y ,
IMPOUTKK AND IJKKKDEIl OK
Mr. Comer will makb an importation each month,
and having superior tacllltlc will Imtiorttoorrler.
Cisiscat !Tsrs-Bi Vtjrtatlei.
jElegant Books on Gardening:!
avvj4 jraMf jta,ir
to our ruatOHiera. ."Vow IOO pace
IIIUMtratott Cntnlozuf tio rculy,
Frootwall. VOOD it U-LLOWS.
t'uto Wootivfe iftiu) Goneva, N. V.
i'orTOll'cf tar U noil 1'tlBlp.i,
Waukegaa Kurui I'amps,
Wootl Eave Trouirli Tubing'.
II you want the bkt of these
artfclec. go to jour hardware or
agricultural Implement rtorer. II
they do not keep them, or will nt
g't them for yon, ruud direct to
ne Isctory. Catalogues ana price
.1st mailed upon application to
J. P. POWELL. Wankegan. Ill
a wa a
a socedy and certain remely for Courtis. Ca
tarrh, Colds. Hoarseness. Sore Thw.it. Bronchitis,
Inflaeoza, llotping Cough, As I limn, and Ike va
rloaa aa-ction ot the Lang and Chest.
i nc attention ot mose
afflicted with Cold
CoNgbs, or witu any
disease of tho Langs, la
llrected to tbl value
ble remedy. The ea-
a7ar3aaaaaatS'aSBB' ' rear oa i
rcaay come wncn. on
account of tbe ruddea
chances In the weather, colds and coughs are
easily Lam, and if neglecic I may lead to !lseae
of tbe lung. What ia needed undrrnch circura
stance is a reliable remedy speedy in affording
relief and effectual in arrcnting further progress
of the diacase. Sold by alt druggitta una apolbe
canes throngbont tne conntrr,
WANTED IN KVKIIY TOWN.
'One reliable agent to sell the cclcbraced Ccrnbl
nation Haste Faatcner. AU bersemea ackaowl
edge It to be the bos arrangement for a bamc
strap. The honk attachment la msie of wrought
Inn. In anitable sizes for all kind of hamea.
stiches to rip. Cannot slip aroantf when the
hamea are being buckled. Is cheap and Ten
demote. c!ls at sisht. Amenta doable their
money. Will b sent a samnlc to aarart
reaar tor use, portpaia, on receipt or 33 cee
Send tor circular aua frice I L Addre
COVEI.T. patentee and so.e aaaaBfactarer
Kanaer Villaaw. aeseca Con wtv.y. Y.
Baslaeaa Hoanea ef Barllmrtoaw lewa.
sfc.NOOXC DOLKAR to
C. H. WSIITIMO, , '
Dealer in all kinds of
BarllBgtoa, Iowa, aad reeetre rosrrarD a set of the
Beat Fall-Leesth Itallaai Tiella String.
Alsoserii sUap Jorca'alogcee of ""
Sheet Miiaic.'PiBmo Orfran, etc.
IT.- J; HURT Jb CO.,
.Waofcsase aaa Retail Dealera la.
Of every Tartety. Seed Sweet Potatoes a
gay ort h Water Street, BUKL1XGTOX , lOrTA
rer ue xreataacai M uuscer.
PES05if aMIrtedwtth Caacer'shoald not fall
, either to visit tale Janiteifos or eced Jar eir
eaJar giviag aa acooaat J the advantage eCersd
Iar the treatmeat ef tela daaawr? disease. Aar
aaaalcatloa aadrred to Dr. Ford A Co-
teuaa; eaditJea bad are aff t he aatJeat. rise aad
lecaConor the caacer, will be adrid aa lathe
eaaaeeeerrrorreryaad length ef time repaired
f reaao v the aaaae. -lasocxseUtbekaltraaade
see of. "Dr. Ford la a graeaate of aaedlciae, and
eaaarxia tae Ve-t of refreacc. A, thoroagk
care will be gsetaaterrf la all case Badertaken.
Befciwaeee ai-W. Paaeee. teHrr Mercaaat
Mattaaal Beak v Jaawa Brews: T. J. Cope, coun
ty aa-iHor. -" J "
iy Addsan .- rA- FOBD. M. D- A CO
Bex aa.Baillacia. Iowa.
WastawWawawW, awW taWeW PasaWfS
f '. aj13r7igjBa( .ssBBBaff
bbbbw w airita i
af W tertee."
aajwa eanaA aeaaf .fl ka mmt aaa saai aaar
-w -? &4 - wyt. aa aaaeaa,aaB. aaaa. axaaaae areaa aae eeasejar
-vKvaBK.aKB.aBBaBK.SK-riaaijaaaBBar am mmmmimm. e ai:in. smuhm
TssaAadaBBraaaaa taeeaa a - .T??"i- mMmt. --jj"??, -"L.
.yS?' "Tw,aea WW 1f? aay aaawea, aay aaaaaawFaawasav
fj i'znifi - -. &m, trT t'3i &' ' -- - ,
1 nttYIKIStJttA FAKH-rM:tsHfttl
AUastaaretlajiiftl3cmaHMt t alt .k
lag Ut VlrKV Ko. Urcat bargala. Mild
wlatcr aad aajr luactrw!t. timwtag e
. , . ,Aifa.aa
WM, P. MOtiKC Ctl Maffetkx V.
ft J aMAYtilt rAKaUw t- trc4 Irom
nble Mk waifT. (with all ! laxstK) la TalN.t
CauMd. CHJaJlWdaJtaf. Tle g-L
Paasaalft aad M. hSwMe afawt. U. Ad-
v. k. nHA.iAii Ai, ii j. t-.B. -
-m .B .1..?...,. A .-. ,. . . .
UlTiTfl -rar-H "(J
tnvrWMttOi pcrawna wtaary saras ew
tivaUoa. Co4ka wklt a aaow. iat. poarpild,
ey,tlild9.ft Addree ,M k
ATX3A8IIALD. UarrrMarliSff. O.
1ak Iklbd. K:KtiKfctO(! it b
o.dttng M thren time traasp aaUd tc,
).! shtt( Pine, thrr time traaspUnted.
Write for w Ut roa waU aad ivt cxla rate.
tVmcrcUiyvcry. Prvpt, I1L
teel . S fet df P, f 7i
m a " M Sk
sa 7 w
Matt aaaterlaL nvaay (iirw.
II afau. Ltt low to trute.
iiBd for price llu.
tUDOLPU A CO.. u Ln1. Mcv
2 -i rCPrr basbet
Jtxl JVp awl ail aUld
o awl all a-io seaa. ai i uijo ecd uwase.
por lsrgj iuattUe write for tptcUl rate.
' AUOUsTliX H. TARKfL
Mlml Eaid Con -Plaster -!
TUKJIrXT AMD Tlir CHKAFFST.
Orders ftomdea'rrs Plleltett. Manmactarrt! by
popk a Baldwin, gainer, m.
W. 11. Kisk .t V.. rtle rent at Chlce,
Jb'aniily Medicines !
A ks! th result of u experience of thirty year
" In tiie tracttce of a succiiul )-hysician.
Bitter Tonic An extract of roo s and herbs,
so Judiciously and modictnal.y combined 'hater
ecparto ha diseased bodr receive tha help
requlied.! It is not clatinetl a a panacea for atl
tho Ills r life, bnt lor dri-peD!, billion- and
liver convlalnU. fever and aue. di.-lcr. debll
ill'y antlhll disease Of the rtomacb, liver nd
digctlv prgans, a Is auelT. ctiul rvmvdr. As a
lrcvcntht against Iu'er aud ague and maUrlous
dlec, k is cnnrpstl. It strenethen and
bnllds upithdtbtlltatt.d vum. and give rv
m'wed ig- to nil pArts of ton body.
Klng'n Cure Acts as a dsurotic evacuant In
caeot dipy. gout, gmvl and d.ea.ie or the
bladder and kidney, purine th blood, enrv
crotuld dod eranttc dt-easc. rhertmtic and
neuralgl;palns, aud all disrate of the urinary or
gans. Kxpetfnratit A prompt rcnnsly for coughs,
astttua, eroap and all disease, of the tbroit, lung
andchc. audtlic first stage of consumption
and typh!d fever
Ltvrr Mint A run I'llU-Aw preMaml ex-
presrly to aid the tonic n raring autc and
clironlctaec. they net wlihiiut depleting.
Cruntati l.talaatoitOpetis the lorc of the
deh. Mill pvnetrstes to tho tione or scat of pain,
giving ifllrftt man or beast as speedily as any
Por sV bv al druggt and dealer.
K T IIAIti(lTKKAt'U. iliirllnvti
rboOnlr lUllaaleftMIt Dlatrlkattoa t taa
L. D. SINE'S
. 172(1 KKOULAK MONTHLY
Te be drawn Moaday, May 3d, fS?.k.
$5.000 00 EACH IN CASH I
raelWall.. Ilinif TIT fl OIT
1 11 0' so Mid Iiugg.,rlih vl'vcr-moaatedharaest.
One flnr-toned Itofewood I'Uno. worth $.vflt
Too Ptmllr Sewing Machine, worth ftOOrachl
Three t,4d Watcjip andChilps, wort $X) tarn.
Three Uld American Hunting Watctics, worth
IX each! '
Ten Ladles Uold Iluntlne A'atchc. wurth flUO
. each I
SOr6oAfv; JSJir Itttr Hunting WaUfu.
(ttt aU.) xeorth from S to at:? facA.
Gold Chaln Mlfvtr Mare. Jewelry, Ac
Number of dm ,VO. Ticket limited to W U00
AGKMTtf WANTK1 TO SKLL TICKKTN.
to whom Liberal I'remliini will b aalt
SIaa;IoTlckita,SII Jla Tleketn, S3 1 Twelve
Ticket. aUO: Twrttlr-Kltr. 10.
Circular containing a fall lut of pfM. a de
scription of the manner of drawing, and other
information m reference to the- IHtrlbtition, will
be rent to any one ordering tbvm. All letUrs
must re aarv cc to
Oir.ce, Excelsior llolld-
Icg, Cor, Kace A Long-
THE HEW TOMATO, HOlSlGT
rfHB II1MT TOMATO IN
J. It was raised from seed by !.
Tomnto. Canada It I aboat -tbe stse of the Ar
lington, hav ng tbe smoothness of the (iraut and
Canada Victor. Its flavor t tar superior Ut any
tomato eTcr onVrol befurc. Tbe meat I ry
soMd, having bat very tew -ed. It is foil a
early a tbe Grant. For market gardeners and.
canning ertabSI'hment It Is tiotirjMclbyaB)r
other variety. I have the only tock (it this seed
In the United Ktates. I shall pace my serds Sn
the haeds of tbe leading acrlculianst and nortl'
CBl'orl'ts of this conntrr f-r trial, not be! ng con
tented w th dit oea Jangaeat. I wit. forward
br mall fre; ofposUge, I package Kut, 2 package
k, 3 package aSe, 4 packag: 75c, 6 package.
P. W. I1EAC3. Seedsman and F5orit.
(Cos rPlUdcld. Ma.n
ItKKCHCR. WJI.L CO., ILL.,
On C. D. A V. K. R.. 40 mile 8o:b -f Chtcigo.
Tv WsTTT T TJTl' Importer and Breeder ef
a ui prouaeer are ine
best. They are better
grufra. beaver feeders aad
III mate largrr gsJa
than auv other breed
Stick for SriB.g.' qaauty
Uel that Ihe EX-
MEMP. ceaaMaed by Dr. 4. f. MILLEK. H
SBrnee 8tJ'hLu Pa permaaeslly cora.Uie
met ostiaate eae of ypeetle. Kerroe or
Sidtliea-lachs. and i aa boiate jhcUc for
earalgia aad Xemsa.. Prepared la telll;
sm c;. a beat, ztenx ny maw
Firtt-eUM small threher foar to lx etfe
lever power. WliMhyeth and cleas tweety to
tWrtr basbela of wa6t per bo-tr.
LYXYKB, MGiMCrACTTRrXG CO .
,-- Clariaeiall O.
Case 3UH aad Kraporaior. SU-b Esjfisc.
Cbaxch. Scaeel aad Fans BeU. Circxtora seat
JPIaAXT TH 1JET CiKAPa?.
THE ALFJf, after kma (rUL it that oae.
Saweg a'rect. Mrsiatv. csesp. CtraUar of
Lfl BABpOCICLoOpoft,K. r.
BUOOMMBXI. A WKARA. Frwa.'.
OBee aad work: earaar Ftrt at. and Coarr. Ar
ZAST-DKa MOIKBS, IOWA. ,
Order by aaall or telegraph protlrnecded to.
BCrXa AMD BETAIK -
TMMB0MEBS. XBAFXBB. Ae.
- DaTMOfMBe. IOWA.
lak. Oae aer
wfSi M( ffNH
" ' alwa raeaV
HLXtiHcwKit . ara
; tan agaica jiij
kt wtwklr saaratt.
Trt e ff!"l swiff r.
An kiad of rMnnvtiK
kuitfAi mi Mal.
lAet:fci ar Jf, ptat
lavmaort Butler m tgf w.,
213 Terry St., ttateaawTls lwwa..aa
Faiit!, Oils, Giaa, Felt, &c.
No. as Krwdy !.
A,k yoar OK-redanl for iiia ceUWaiod
Xa4 aMl Warraawlr
Child fc Co.,
WHOt.t,t.a BIAtBR t1
BOOTS AUD SHOES,
MASON, EVANS I CO.,
Io. 114 Mud 1 1 rt oarM Nt
lr. J. Walker's CalilVMiiia VIh-
P?rar Hilars r.ro .1 ptircly Vefjetabla
preparation. mruJo cliicllr from tbe na
tive herbs found on tho lower ranges of
tho Sierra Xoratla mountains of Callfbr
n!a. tho medicinal nronertlr nf w-hlpk
aro extracted Uiercfrom without tho ttae
of AlcchaL Th rjueatlon la almoat
'Lilly iuiketl, Wltat Id the cauw of tiie
oiijKiraHclcd success of Vixbgax JIit
rKiaf Oar answer la, that thoy remove
the cauw of t!lcac, nnd the patient re
covers his health. T'jrre thogtvat
blood purifier and a llhMng priiciile,
a jerfcct Kcnovator ami JnvJgorator
of the sjntcm. Ncrcr befora in Urn
i.litory of tbe vorld ha a Ilcrne Un
iirHandcI poweif the remerxaLifl
reiiaring CongcsUon er JMsamaUna rf
me iaxct ntta kitcerai Orfaaa, la JHltma
Tiie properties of Dx. Waljckm's
rixscAR lltrrKxa aro Aperient, DUafeeretic,
Carmlnatire, KatrJiiea, laaefiv. naeHt
SedatiTe, Cotiz?r-IniUfit, interSc, jUter
ive. and Aatl'Bihoaa.
. al. JeeOOMALS CO..
Bruct adG. AT-.I Fraariw.C.,UWJs
aad cer. ef Wjubbagtow and fWHs sax, jr. y
M r all DraHUttiita aMl aval.
aaaarlared eejal law UUr
tt IL iilli aU CaaVa
a book romHt mujoHi
m wm t rnsn i i T uttTzrZ.
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CiTTP pr MwfaVIi.
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caea aaipfaiad fanae. n eeaae ef
waFe,eraeraa f tea ea
prcauEeyaWa ttml ttaaatltr;
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