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Daring the spring of 1874 the British
Government addressed a circular to the
representatives of Great Britain in the
principal tiralwr-prodncing countries of
Europe, in the United Stntcs and Brazil,
in Cuba and Honduras, asking for in
formation as to the production and con
sumption of timber; Information desired
more particularly by the Commissioners
ot our Woods and Forests. Fifteen
questions were asked. These related to
the sorts of trees grown in each country,
the uses made of each kind, the owner
ship of forest lands, the causes of in
crease or decrease in the acretge ot for
ests, the quantity of wood cut annually,
and the amounts exported and consumed
at home. Inquiries were also made as
to the ascertained influence of forests
on local climate, rainfall, floods, etc.,
and, particularly in Switzerland, whether
any steps have lcen taken to replant the
sides of the mountains, so as to stay the
action of rain in denuding the sol
Various reports on all the foregoing
topics have now been received, and may
Ik; procured in the form ot a Parlia
mentary B'tic Book, from which we may
cull here a few brief extracts, commend
ing the work itself to the careful atten
tion of all who take an interest in forest
preservation, a subject full of importance,
not only because timlxir is indispensable
to human existence, but localise we may
point to ralestinc, to Spain, and probably
to many regions in North Africa, to
show how the gradual destruction or
forests will change the character of a
country and its inhabitants forever.
In Bohemia, during the past ten years,
a species of worm, which sceins to act
like an epidemic, has been cit using
great devastation in the forests. Tin;
entire side of a range of bills may he
seen sometimes laid bare of timber by
the inroads of this worm disease. The
diminution of forests in parts of Austria,
and more especially in Hungary, luis
been followed by baneful consequences,
such as long droughts and tremendous
winds, which fill the air with unceasing
clouds of dust and considerably increase
pulmonary diseases in towns which have
become totally unsheltered. Pusth,
Presburg and Vienna arc now perfectly
intolerable during three parts of the year
Irom this cause. At Kin dc Janeiro,
thunder storms, formerly of daily occur
rence, arc now rare; and the cause is
supposed to be the destruction of the
forests which surrounded the town.
Hence, in 1852, yellow fever visited the
place, and has never left it since, though
trees arc being busily planted in every
street. In Hesse and Baden greater pru
dence has lietn displayed, four-fifths of
the former Duchy and one-third of the
latter are wooded, and the law requires
that every thirty years land which has
once l)clongcd to the cultivation of trees
must return to its original employment
In Sweden the timber resources are im
mense; Lapland .has never been surveyed,
but is reckoned, .with the Northern
Provinces, to contain some 00,000,000
acres of forest.
Unfortunately, the unceasing and enor
mous demands for wood, especially for
charcoal, house-building, and lucifer
matches, are telling rapidly on the pro
ductive power of the forests; this fact is
of world-wide importance, for there is
hardly a maritime country, except China
and Japan, to which Swedish wood in
some form docs not find its way. At
last, in 1874, a lawjwas passed forbidiug
the felling of any trees less than 7 inches
in diameter, at 1G feet from the ground.
This statute applies only to the Bothnian
forests. If extended to all Sweden, as it
probably will be, it may greatly affect
the mining interests of Great Britain, for
it will cut off the supply of small timber
known us "pit props." In Switzerland
there is now a Sylvan Society, and great
pains arc being taken to induce people
to replant cleared and denuded mountain
slopes,'so as to prevent the damage which
floods, landslips and avalanches have of
late years so frequently inflicted.
Switzerland also has an industry that
of wood-carving which she had made
peculiarly her own, although it was not
introduced into the Bernese Obcrland
before 1815. Tjjis wood-carviug annu
ally uses up an enormous quantity of
wood of all sorts. In Cuba there are
abundant forests, which must have in
creased since 18C8,when the insurrection
broke out, for there has been very little
cutting of late years; but as we might
exj)ect, where the Spanish are concerned,
no more care is taken, .no less reckless
ness is shown, by the farmers who cut
woovi for their use in Cuba than in any
other timber-dud part of the globe.
Jjitml and Water.
To Whom It May Concern.
A point was made by Dr. J. P. New
man at Arlington on Decoration, day,
which is short and worthy the -careful
and prayerful attention ot the clercy in
at least three leading denominations. He
said : "Our gratitude to the dead is to
be manifested by perpetuating the bless
ing they secured for us, and this will lc
done by a sincere and intelligent frater
nity throughout the land; but this fra
ternization will not be a sublime fact
until the churches north and south shall
unite as before the "war, and thereby cre
ate a healthy loyal sentiment. To-day
the soldiers of both armies are in ad
vance of the churches in good fellow
ship. Oar soldier president, great in
peace as he was in war, has set the ex
ample of fraternity. Our statesmen are
more fraternal than the Christian minis
ters: Let the churches follow the teach
ings ot their King of peace, ami, the
Minion shall lire forever."
Jls a rcsalt of Iagersoli's pardoa, the
property of Peter B. Sweeaey aad his
mntimwt Jam M. ha beea-attacked.
Gea. Shertiaa's Residence
After the marriage ol Gen. Sheridan
and Mfs Ruckcr, Jn Chicago, June 3d,
they went to a hotifC to live that is fixed
up in tills way: The honsc is a square
brick, two stojy and basement, and
stands alone in the center of a clipped
lawn. It is handsomely furnished in
real military style, a happy melange of
battle relics, and parlor ornaments.
Pictures of Generals adorn the walls,
French sketches in water color?, por
traits of the General, landscapes, and
bits of sky tenderly expressive of nature.
The carpets are roie color, black and
yellow. The tamboured cloths on the
round table match them An upright
piano stands closed at one side of the
further parlor. A handsome mirror in
an ebony frame reflects the double
length of the house; opening off this is
a quaint little library, sacred to commis
sions, array records-, and great volumes
cliat smell of smoke and carnage; sitk
flags, the flags of peace now, stand
furled in the corni-rs, and eoldierly ac
coutrements 11i.sh out here and there.
The hall is .like the parlor, hung with
pictures of Sheridan's ride illustrated,
and various portrait and army scenes.
Upstairs are the guest-room and the
bridal chamber, the front room in the
house, furnished in gold and blue, a pale
drab curpet with blue viney border, blue
velvet and rep furniture; lace hangings
at the three windows, with blue and gold
lambrequins, and in a small alcove u
blue draped bed, with lace triuiniinirs,
the foot draped with silk iligs, and the
1 anions sword from which the diamond
was so ruthlessly stolen, hangs above it.
Over the mantel are a group of pictures,
portraits, and fancy sketches, two being
heads of a lady well-known and esteemed
in Chicago, the beautiful wife of a mil
itary journalist, and the intimate friend
of Gen. Sheridan and his bride. A
sketch in water colors of the head and
shoulders of Napoleon III., and some
pretty French colored lithographs, illus
trative of the seasons. On the lace
draped toilet table a Ect of crimson and
gold. A superb rosewood writing stand
with plate glass mirror. On the mantel,
various large medals commemorative of
the General's victories, and a puiticularly
ugly stone god, exhumed from the ruins
of Pompeii. Over ail this is a glory and
splendor of flowers that make it like an
enchanted bower; fbiweis in antique
vases and cut glass, in silver goblets and
bouquet holders. Even the General's
silver shaving cup is crowded full of
white carnations and clusters f heli
otrope. If the young couple do not
live in magnificence here, they can at
least be very comfortable with a retinue
of colored servants to wait upon them
and an income of $20,000 a year, free of
The War Strength or the German
The military contributor of the Co
logne Gazette says that in the event of a
new war with France u much larger force
of landwehr will be available for service
in the field than wns the case in 1870,
when the total strength of the landwehr
troops thus employed did not exceed that
of two and a half corps d'armce. The
movable landwehr battalions can, under
the new organization, be partly attached
to the divisions and brigades of the
regular army, while the fourth field bat
talions will be available for reserve and
commissariat duty. These 148 battal
ions, which are only to be called out in
case of war or mobilization, will consist
of 2,0G1 officers and from 118,G90 to
148,290 men, with G.000 horses, thus
raising the total force of the German
army when on a war footing to 1,032
battalions, 745 ot which, under the new
increased establishment of 29 battalions
for each of the 22 corps d'armee, would
be available for service in the field. The
artillery equipment of the fourth field
battalions is already provided ; :J00 field
batteries and 54 reserve batteries arc set
apart for them, which would allow 1G
-batteries, or 90 guns, for each corps.
The writer adds that it is very probable
thai the landwehr artillery will be largely
increased. As to the yearly contingent,
that of the German army is smaller than
those of the Russian and French armies.
According to the last returns, based on
the census of 1871, the number of young
men of 20 on the lists was 502,000. Of
this number, 9G.000 had been, by mis
take, entered twice over, 42,000 had emi
grated or hat! otherwise become unavail
able, 14,250 were qualified as one year's
service men ciujalirige), 240 were-iimox-.
ally disqualified," 25.000 were "totally
unfit for service," 5,500 "not sulliciently
fit for sen-ice," 232,000 "not sufficiently
developed physically," 10,000 were ex
empted for family and other reasons, and
400 were in prison or under trial. The
original number of 502,060 men was
thus reduced to 7G.000, to which were
added 90,000 men who for various rea
sons had not joined in previous years,
making a total of 1GG.000 men. Of
these, however, the numlcr actually
taken into the service was only 145,550
viz., 1 13,050 for the army and 2,500 for
The WatJiington Chronicle complains
of the Sioux chiefs who arc now at the
capital, and say they attire themselves in
short calico shirts and abbreviated leg
gings, which fail to connect. If the
administration agents wouldn't steal
their calico they could afford a full dress
smt. Tndianajwli Sentinel.
Many persons are judged harshly by
the -world because they Allow no eye but
God's to see into the inner sanctuaries of
Perinajlvama forest fires agaia re
kindled, the inhabitants of several small
settlesaeats being dnvea from their
homes, aad several old aad foable per
aoas ware baraed to death.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Olean, N. Y-, has a clothes-pin man
ufactory, of which the Olean Timet fays:
"Monday of this week they turted out
at this factory 55 bushels of pin?. They
measure GOO to the bushel, making a total
of 33,000 clothe pins in ten hour. Mr.
Latimer ran COO pin? through the Intlic
in five minutes, and he didn't consider it
much of a day tor making clothes-pins
either. Sime may wonder where all
these clothes-pins go to and where wild.
They are as salable a3 flour. Kvery pin
made at this factory is shipped to one
firm in New Yoik. They are worth
in i ween one and two cents a dozen at
wholesale, and retail throughout the
country at five cents a dozen.'
The story of Elij-ih and the raven i
equaled by an eastern exchange, which
relates that in the town of Putnam, N.
Y., recently, a young lady, lying upon
her death bed, expressed a desire for a
boiled partridge; but her friends, know
ing that it was almost impossible to pro
cure one at this season of the year, en
deavored Ui pcmiiidc her out of the
notion by offering to obtain a squirrel.
This did not seem to Miit her, as her a
petite craved the partridge alone; and,
strange to say, during the same day a
partridge flew against the house, and
becoming disabled, was readily ciiutjhl
and cooked for the dying girl. It was
about the last of eaithly gratification
the was permitted to enjoy, as she soon
Capt. Deight, tile inventor of a bal -loon
"sailing apparatus," by means ol
which he as-scrts that he in able to "tack
about in mid air," ascended in his war
balloon Fairy from "Wolverhampton, on
April 19, to illustrate the action of. his
apparatus lrelore making an experi
mental trip acmss the channel. The
balloon having been filled with about
30,000 feet of gas, an attempt was made
to ascend, but the power of the balloon
broke the sailing apparatus to pieces. A
second attempt was made, but the bal
loon refused to rise, and alter narrowly
escaping striking the tops of the
neighboring houses, Capt. Deight made
a quick descent in an adjacent field, lie
sustained a few slight bruises.
In one of the illustrated papers of
Berlin there is a cut of Bismarck and Von
Moltke looking from garret windows on
opposite sides of the street. The sky is
I nit ok and threatening, and in the out
lines of its rolling clouds the faces of
the Pope, Victor Emmanuel, Emperor
Joseph, McMahon, and the king of Bel
gium are discerned. AH aroun I and
beneath are the house -tops of Berlin,
each gable-peak having the figure of a
German soldier, erect, with helmet
spike and musket bayonet pointing
straight" up. Bismarck says: "Stiltrj
air; a thunder storm is gathering." Von
Moltke, gazing around, replies, "It's no
matter; the lightning reds are all in
The disaster in the Holyokc church
Thursday evening recalls the burning of
the Church of Campania, at Santiago de
Chili in 1SG3. The occasion was the
celebration of the feast of the immac
ulate conception, when the sacred edifice
was illuminated by the aid of wooden
frames and lamps and caudles. The
combustible ornaments about the altar
caught, as was the case at Holyoke, from
the flare of flic illumination. Over 2,000
people perished in the flames. Of this
shocking disaster it was said "the means
of egress were utterly insufficient." The
Chilian government subsequently or
dered the edifice to be razed to the
ground. But nothing could assuage the
indignation of the people who had seen
their wives, daughters, and friends thus
needlessly sacrificed. There are many
points of similarity between these two
destructive fires which will occur to the
reader. The paraphernalia of a church
of this description are highly in flamma
ble, and when the means of exit, as at
Santiago and Holyoke, are imperfect,
the catastrophe would seem almost in
evitable. Gen. Leslie Combs, who is now in his
83d year, attended the reuuion of the
old settlers of Chillicothe, O., the other
day, and made them a speech. Without
preliminaries he plunged Into a descrip
tion of Dudley's defeat, sixty-two years
ago, which introduced him to tho town
of Chillicolhc, and in that battle he was
wounded through the shoulder, captured
by the Indians, and forced to run the
gauntlet. The man in front of him was
killed, but he went through -double
quick and did not stop to interview the
Indians. It was then, too, that he had
first seen Tcctimsch. He was one of the
500 American soldiers captured who
were about to be masacred when Tecum
sch leaped upon the walls of the fort and
by a speech sived their lives. This was
hi3 first vh.it to Chillicothe. His second
was made during the campaign of 1840,
in the interests of William Henry Har
rison. The remainder of tho- general's
speech consisted of a treatise on Boarlon
whisky, which the old settlers seemed to
consider quite as interesting as the rem
iniscences. Prof, nuxlcy delivered his first lecture
at Edinburgh university, a few. days ago,
in presence of a very large audience, ne
spoke at some length ou the structure of
the crocodile, which he regarded as tho
key to a vast number of extinct reptiles.
Archaeological facts, he said, showed
that there had' lecn a succession of
frmsof that animal from the triassic
period to the present day, the oldest
being something like the lizard.
Hon. William E. Smith, of Milwaukee
once Secretary of State of Wisconsin,
who was Washburn's principal coapeti
tor for the gubernatorial aomiaatioa ia
1871, bas appeared as a candidate for the
Plucky men and women can find
profitable employment iu csuv.-uking for
the sale of the fine Pictorial Family
Bible and other splendid uhcriptiin
looks published by the I"wa Bible and
Pub. C., MilMJntine, Iowa.
Symptom of lAxer Complaint ttt of Korip
of Ihe IliM-Atr lrularHl by It.
A sallow or yellow color of skin, or
yellowish-brown Kt on tnca and other
parts of lxxly; dullness nnd drimaior
with frequent headache; d.zzincM. bitter
or bad titfte in mouth; drvncus f throat
and interna! bent; pnlpitatiou; in many
c.u:s u dry, teaming cough, with sore
thro.it; unsteady appetile, raising food,
choking 'miration in throat: distress
heavineaj., bloated or full feeling alnjut
stomach and sides, paiu iu idcn, back or
breast, and alxmt shoulder; colic, pain
and soreness through bowel, with heat;
constipation, alternating with frequent
attacks of diarrhtea; piles, flatulence,
nervousness coldne of extremities: rush
of blood to head, with symptoms ot lo-plexj-,
numhneKi of limlo, especially at
night; cold chills, alternating with hot
flashes, kidney and urinary difficulties;
dullness, low spirits, unsociability and
gloomy forebodings. Only few of above
symptoms likely to Ikj present at one
time. All who use Dr. Pierce's Alt. Ext.
or Golden Medical Discovery and Pleas
ant Purgative Pellets for Liver Complaint
and its complications, are loud in their
praisw of them. They are sold by all
dealers iu medicines.
Ignite, 1! Ileal III jr. To recarc the great
boon u( jx-Tlcct .bevUi, drink Kni;lih Female
littler. Kvcrydrngll eIU them. J
NATIONAlllUSINK COI.l.KfiK, AjnJl
Kon, Intl. O. It. JJali'CKT, I'nucijml. nltu
Bltfr:NTOKKI. tirrat Invention.
G. J. WOOD, Madison. Ind.
A New Horse MaiivMl. Ouu ol tho mol
ImjMirtatit an 1 lUeful book ol the (Uy to every
owner of a hor? I ttte "Now Horo Mauunl.
tmblif iicrt l) O. M. Mauclillelil, I'eorla, 111-, ll
In the exoerienco nf a li.ttthue, and ti-ll nil that
If to bo know n About tltu home. U pace. Hint
ent by mail forTi ceiuo. heo. cnnl In another
Truly Wonderful lllorotrry. It ht.i always
Ix-eu p.-iftl that linir rould not lie restored to n
Imlil head, but eclenco ha at ltit made the urtttul
dli-covery trut it can ho done. 1-adieV hair nlro
stopped bom railing on. Tho wonderful article
alluded to !c known aa Dr. J. Newton rflullhV
Hair KcHtorative, aud J. 1'. Dromiroolc. Jb Co., or
I.oiilHille, Ky., proiKJKe to contract m above, or
make no charu'e.
The Av trill Cli
ninicnl l'aiiit Company cupiilrn
Ttiey nut only ItirnlMi a iulm
luusMviL want. T
more lHctiiiL'. handsomer, and at the Dame lime
cheaper than the beat ofotheri-; but it i in a
liquid form white aud all the Uflilonab.e aud
azonl exquisite fhadcn ready lor tho bruh;
that fiirmer, in fact everybody, can lu their own
painter, if necessary. Indeed nil the building
upon which the Avertll Cnemtcal 1'alnt ha been
apulied arc marvels of beauty. Froin"L'hrltthin
Thoroughbred Stock ttml Fln Poultry. -
Iu another column wcireeulthe announcement
ol John It SlU)veraut, Keq., of roughnecpeio,
N. V., one of the most extensive breeders of
Short Horn and;.yniiire cattle In the Kaoi. He
breed the choicest strain-" and has a mai;tiillreut
herd. In fowl he breed the Partridge Cochin
and BIa:k'lSrtatted Hert Game. Mr. btuveatit
is di.oMuc of hid poultry and cattle, and west
ern Mock-breeder und poultry-f.i"' iin will do
well to fend for rntilogne.
All About FlornU In luwit and the West,
with its ten Ihle w liners and bitlnc w ind, Florida
ir looked upon as an earthly paradise. Iih orange
groves and pineapple plantations, together with
a halubrlous clima'ctenier, d by co) m-u broe.os,
make it the most deir-hlc Mate in the Union.
1 ) get full aud reliable particular of Florida, all
about its frui and llowere, Mth.cribe for the
FSorhlj AgTiculturUt,nxhW.KA at Jacksonville.
It has the fall proceedings of the Florida Frmt
(Jrouers' Association, and ail nbout the roil,
land, &c. It Is an ably edited paper. See card in
another column and send for 11. $i per iar.
Sample copy lor 10 els
Improved Dental 1'lattu. In another col
itnin we present the card of Dr. It. J. Field, ol
LeAkeviKe, North Carolina, who has patented an
improved dental plate, lo which tec h can be
Axed or removed at pleasure. Dentists wotklcg
under Dr. Field' patent need no oher license ;hlsj
Is fn.l and complete. Dr. Held is also proprietor
of the Field Infallible styptic, warranted to and
will ston any external bleeding iu n few seconds.
Of Dr. Fied It is sufflelent for us Ut say that he
In one of the mot skillful and eminent dentUts
of his day, aud bis patent p'atca are coming into
It Is n cnMt mistake to suppose that the
caue of rheumatism, neuralgia or gout exists in
the locality where the pain is experienced. The
actual sourec of these diseases is generally urea
in the blood, and it is one of the special proper
ties ol Dr. Walkeii's Vcoetable Vineuab llrr
teiw to neutralize this deposit, while it renovates
the relaxed kidneys, and thus prevents them from
permitting a portion of this secretion to escape
through improper channels. Torpidity of the
stomach has also much to no with the vitiation
of ihc blood, and upon this organ the Bitters act
as a ftimulant and tnvigorant.
Dr. McAFFKK-A regular graduate of British
and American institutes. 2J j ears a practicing
tihiici.in. Treats all Diseases of the Kidneys,
.iver. Lungs, Heart. Threat, Heal and Nervous
system. Errors of Youth and Abuses ol Man
hood successlully treated and even alter others
have failed. $1U0 forfeit for any case ol Seminal
Weakness or pnate disease of any kind or chnr
actcr he undertakes and fails to cure. Ladle
will And proper treatment for diseases peculiar
to their sex. All letteis containing stamps for
reply promptly answered.
CoiuuUationjree. Send for circular. Address
Lock Box SiO. or call at office, 3IT Ferry street,
Glimniix. The comparatively recent inven
tion or chroraos has met with a rrcat success in
this h-i well as other countries, and tho popularity
attained Is well merited, as it gives people ol
limited means opportunities to obtain faithful
copies of works ol art that otherwise could onlj
be obtained at great expense, such is the per
fection to which the art has been bronchi that
now excellent works can be bought for very low
prices. It will be seen by an advertisement in
another column that F. I'.Giuck, or New Bedford,
offers extraordinary inducements lo agents to
engage in the sale of chromos, and it seems as if
snecess mast attend tho efforts of any one wno
shall take np the business and actively push it
forward. For one dollar it is offered to mail to
any address, postpaid, IS beautiful oil chromos,
sire 9x1 1, mounted. Agencies arc said to be pay
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cotiipo!!ii(icil posscitig tho rcmarkalilo
qualities of VlNKG.ut IiiTTKKS in healing tho
kick of every diM-ao man U heir to. They
aro a pernio Purpativo as well as a Tonic
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
tho Liver and Visceral Organ?, in Uilious
The properties of Dr.. Walker's
Vinkrak Hittkrs aro Aperient, Piiinlinretie,
Carminative, Nutrition-, Laxative. Piuretie,
Pedative, Counter-irritant, Sudorific, Altera
tive, ami Anti-niliou.
(.'rat cfiil Thousands proclaim Vx
kcak Hiri'Eiis the most wonderful In
tiporatit that ever sustained the hinkin
No Person ran take these Hitters
drcording to directions, au remain long
unwell, pi ovided their hones aro not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
Jtilious. Itemittent mid Inter
mittent Fevers, which arc so preva
lent in tho valleys of our great rivera
throughout tho United States, especially
those of tho Mississippi, Ohio. Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas, lied, Colorado, I.razos, Hio Grande,
Teail, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and many others, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during tho Summer and
Autumn, and" remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual heat and dryness, arc
invariably accompanied by extensive de
rangements of tho stomach anil liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow
erful inlluenco upon these various or
gans, is essentially necessary. There
is no cathartic for tho purpose equal to
Dit. J. Walker's Vi.vegah Hitteks,
is they will speedily remove tho dark
colored viscid matter with which tho
bowels aro loaded, at the samo time
stimulating- tho secretions of tho liverr
and generallv restoring tho healthy
1 functions of tho digestive organs.
fortify the hotly against disensn
by purifying all its thuds with Vixeoai:
Kitteks. No epidemic can tako hold
of a system thus forc-arnicd.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, Pain in tho Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of tho Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of tho Stomach, Had, Tasto
in tho Mouth, Hilious Attacks, Palpita
tation of tho Heart, Iutlammatiou of tho
Lungs, Pain in the region of tho Kid
neys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, aro tho offsprings of Dyspepsia.
Ono bottlowill provo a better guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
ment. Scrofula, or King's Evil, Wllito
Swelliupn, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck,
Goitre, Scrofulous luilutniuulioiw, Indolent
Inflammation, Mercurial A flections, Old
Sores, Eruptions of tho Skin, Soro Eye, etc.
In the.se, as iu nil other constitutional Dis
eases, AVaLKKK'.S VlNKOAIt UlTTKKS havo
shown their prcat curative powers la tho
most obotiuatu and intractable, ca-scs.
For Iiithuniiiatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Hilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of
the ISIood, Liver, Kiducvs nnd ISIadder,
the.se Hitters have no eotinl. Such Ditease3
ure caused by Vitiated IJIood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, nnd
Miners, as they advance iu life, aro subject
to iraly.sis of tho Bowels. To guard
apaiiit this. Liko a doo of "Walkku's Vin
hGAR IliTTh!ns occattuualiY.
For SK'iii Diseases,' Eruptions, Tet
ter, Sall-I!hcum, Blotches, Spots, Pimplef,
i 'untitle?, Boils, Carbuncle, King-worm?,
Scald-head, Soro Eyes, Erysipelas. Itch,
Scurfs, DiMToloratious of tho Skin, HunmH
and Diseases of tho Skin of whatever namo
or nature, aro literally dtiir up and carried
out of the system iu a'short" time by the uso
of the-c Bitters.
Pin, Tape, anil other Worms,
lurking iu the xystem of m many thousands,
arc efl'ectitally destroyed and rcmnVctl. o
system of medicine, "no venuifhpes, no an
tliehninitics will free the system from worms
like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old. married or nintfc, at the dawn of wo
manhood, or tho turn of life, these Tonic
Bitters dtspbr k decided an influence that
improvement, is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Wood when
ever yon find iLs impurities bnniting through
tho" skin in Pimples, Eruption, ,r Sores;
cleanse it when yon find it obstructed and
shippch in tho veins; cleanfo it when it is
foul ; yotir reelings will tell ron when. Kip
the IiIikkI pare, arid the health of the system
It. II. MrDOVALD i CO..
PrscrUu an.1 Oi-n. . pt. Son Virmclycn. ifornK
Mill iir f Wa,hiiistin and ("hatilua Sin.. X. V.
Woltl hy alt lrst.tanI Ialrr.
A DAY. How aeentit raaki it. Sample
free. COE. YoNtJK Jb CO . St. Lnnl. 3I
U'KKT WAMIf.V tar ft urn .t " w..,. . ,.
l-JSold br A;f U. Addre M.X. U.TtxuKric. P
1KKKaUIKK riUH lot &I- bow. Light
nruow in me itu.
SI'KINGKR DKOTURRS. Hprlngfleld. 111.
llllll UIIIIPI.T "CDtE " lnd roar
..a ....K it -.
niiiinr rnrr i r.i.-.i.
are. w. t. Jt AIW, West f hllM
ABS, Wet yblUdelphla.IVnn.
QllPlf UlliC CoMKrsIam. Book awl map
DUbn niLLO bow ready. JUliioac ezn Le
aoid. GcxUpegl Pobllnhinc Hone. Chieazo.
DICK'S JCNOYCLOI'KIUA OP fi lit IlK
CKIPTS aes PKOOKSSES. Price $i. Kent
free or portage. Bceriara Iadez eat free. DICK
PlTZQg KALI). ppMUbcm.XnJS Ann U X.Y
HAMBCKU. Polaadii, HpaaUa, Lcehonu.
Cochini. Hcadan, Urahmas, Bantam,
Bronze Tarkeya. IJoaen aad Ayleabary TBcka.
KowaRDPaaoaa. Kent ten. WetcJir!crv.ri Y.
CAKlMuNTKIt A lHL.L.LNli.S,
Jfaaafactartra aad Jobbers ol
Alao keep em kaad a Ml Itae of
rmers' Stick Mi TriMMes,
StaavpedWare. Glassware, Ac.
Seadia year eran aad gliaa a triu Cmk
215 WahMl St. BBS XMUJL itWA.
rHS MARSH HARVESTER FOR 1875
GAMMOX, OEERIXO at S1XWAHO. CHICAGO. IIX.
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A TRIED AND PHOED MACniN'E.
N ADVANCE OF AIL OTHFR t.K.ClN HAK VI STINT. M CHI.Nl s
The manufacturer have tptciat reason to ihanV the farnxn of Icnra L- thf fa. hwi thi Iarrr
e lalet of lat year In ihe Male Utn; neatly fuar tbouiandi. Our oiltr ( x ihu tti lirJy.Mr .
cerd thiee thousand fur low, toother manufactuirr ( Krawr or Harelrtt n tkw rth a txd
r riioduce u manjror koattouj; comci.JatMy ttttimucil lium the faiminj cbtnmuBiljr, aht iv,n.
ition it xhat e vctV.
It If well made and durable, and ittt mtr 'J ttmt rf trftmJtJ i Itffinf it t' r4iVij j.j
iff Rfjftr It t-fe tk J n tmtXulf, aV ihor bo u it if tl t Ime
Sevrral piu'mincnt tnanufacturrr and dealer htt mViHjaad llip- vlf.raVe fraprr, aad i
ic affected to duapproTc cf, and fought the mttvduttis of the Manh llairtrt, ar i allMpM( .
t up Harvester of thrir cn, pirating cur Ulcni ftr re puipVe, tffrtw.tUinf it tmfirt'ttr ,
t Jijrttftr cttr tin Rtuftrt. No farmri can Jil ti reriHlet I that uli twnrll"i: llttireir ar S'm
tJ L'mlritJ and ttmstriatm, while out it the ieult of yeatt uf f fticif at4 9ta Wen MKCrtfutty um
t over 30,000 farmrr. lit Murti tt "J lxfriKttt. jrwtaU tw Veep it in ihe l4, aad that (I
alt continue ti te the Lett made.
We hae prompt and reliable local scent in nrttly every fljr. h '1 ! grli6d I ett,bt lt
arvcitcr at tncir aevtial warchouiev, and tu maVe prue lof lime " .ah. a may l dnircd.
f GAMMON. DEERIWO &. STEWARD.
Chicago. Mav ijt, iS;5- 103 Waahlnglon cJtrflt. CHICACIO.
Are you going to Paint ?
Averill Chemical Paint.
Hunilrcih of testimonial from owncn of the finest resiliences rn the country, with
Sample Canl of Colors furnihcil free by tlcaleiN ami by
Oco.1V. Pitkin, S5 & 87 Market St., Chicago, Ills.
I IIKll.nOSfaral. Tilt Krandrvt
H BrhsiiCi ever iittenl i-ii' We
fM m M Mill mall ti an aildrrfr, lKppaid.
H BU t-nun ul till I'liromur. . xr 9
"S !!, iiiniititci, on riril;l f $1 -
W Sill for SI "i nu timir Try a
B B clitomo nci'licyt l th' Wr pav
M W Uvz kuency nut. KvrrylHtty mc
M m Hind tin plnurf. Wo !; ..tk.
B Hlnt nuili. lur a!! men ttml uumru.
BHHHHiK)ih a.idu'rl. whidcor ppirotlnic.
HLSSIdayilmo nr evening, at homv tr
iravellns Inelopu It in .t loiter. (.'hr..nnif by
r.turn hihII. TIh-v rcll at idgd!.
U7 a XTrl1 1? !" AjtfUt lor the Im rl acll
il.X lJJJIns I'rlo paekiix in Hit
world ll contain" I5idiect paper, 1. euc!opea.
Kn.- pinholdrr. pencil, patent jard tnfaure,
jmcVaf of pcrlnmcrv, anil a piece ef Jewelry.
MnclepickairowllbeiesaiilprUe, potpald. .
MCjra iolllntf Imitation tiotd Watch In
a3 A ibe market. 1 hU I a pure coin
alUer Imnllni: cal watch; Ki.yl iti rolled Hold
plate: Knt, ceC4iiiddl.il, full JtmeUd; cxpinvlon
balance; nickel mnvenienla, leaiitiinl.y fiisr.-ied
c.re, aud If eipial In appidranco to a j;iilil watch
llt c-ftf In In Sftlto Jim. it fills and trade
readily for from $4S n S). U you wth a w alch
loryotir own nro. or to nirtUf nion-j on try tin.
Trio-$17 only. We wll fi.dlUI. natrli CO. I.
fiihfct to etaiiiliiatloii, if ou fend fi w tli the
order, tho h-ilanre of IJ you can f ay ice Kprv
Co. it the watch prove" "all-factory.
A T IT can nufcf fplrndld pay felling onr
1.JVJ KiNMlf. W'c Ii.im: othrr iiovellli'f which
arc a Maple nf tiotir Send f tamp for our liln
trateit cataliwue. Aililref
F I'. (il.l'i K. New lleilfiiril. i Mart
Shall we Bury orBurn after Death?
UtKMATIOXlM'S fay that It If moreecunonii.
v ral mm It rf troniiie in imrn onr ikxiie oiler
death. It Ifterilhle to think of iur IhkIIc afo r
dath hein cart Into a furnace and actually
lillrin-it to li anil ll.cn rlthrr 'lMitl.nl mi ti
trii.u at. or ftiewn over the flehif to enrich the J
It Mb.l ...II... i.. . ...... . 1 I. ..I.... I
pun. i inn iuijni in juauj iujuicxp, ip iiciu
coiifldeiahly nitatid. Mippose a tremhllu,
pale, fceld emaclalod wile or daaliter fcnew
thsl 111 r dead Ijody would he humed and I lie Of fie
placed in u:i u'ti lo adorn the mantle, would n
not wrestle with dlrcnuc more tioiotifiy Ah!
dear rcud&ui. outi or old, married or miIc. you
are iiuw- triillntj with your lllc; you are Milium
well hae had a chronic Icnulc corxiplalnt a loni:
time; you are not regular each month: fuller tow
much: )ou are pale. drpoudin. fechle. eniacl
Bled, lull of paliif nnd achtf, no appetite, con
ftipaled, hyaterlcal, huio leiicorrlnea. hvtltrlcf,
falling of the womb, ulceration, and lapldly ttt
titi wore. You cn be cured at once nr tne lire
of Dr. I)roni;;o!e Euuu Vkmu.k IIittkii".
Trice of lare iioltlcf reduced to l.(), or ' for
(JW, ip:ceed oa receipt nf tirlrc. old by
all druiiftf . Send f tamp to J. 1'. Drumsooie x
io., LouUville, Ky., and xet a copy of omoti'a
Medical AdvUer. Take our advice, and defer
Ihe t'nia to hurv or bnrn.
AliE OU BALD?
DO tou wlrh ti know- how to make a new f ult
of hair grow ail otrryour Lead! Young or
man ltd lady, duyon wl-h to rtop your balr from
falling out? Do you wl-ii to make It grow longtr
and more rapidly! Yoitug man. do you with to
promote a new growth to your fbukcrf and
nioiiflache' Do ou all wfrh to ute the moft
hlghlr perfumed halr-dren .ing vim cverutedln
yourlifcT Do you wifh your rcalo clcai.ntd of
all dandrufT and eruption rendering your brain
cool and clear? '"Dr. Newton Smith'" Iialr He
ftorativc" will accompllfh all the above, and J
I. Diomgoole it Co., I.oalvillc, Ky , will con
tract lo do all Ihe aboe, or make no charge.
1'artlcnlar" tree. 1'rlce, $1 per bot'le. or fix for
3. expreed ou receipt of price, 'fhlf If not a
bair dye 'o color the hair, but a rcientlfic combi
nation, which produce" a growth of new balr on
htadf that have been hld twenty rive yearf.
I'roof Indifputahle. Ladlen n,e a large amount
of dead hair, but now your own can be made to
coll hcatuifnllr arnnnil your head.
State. County nml Oflfrn Hlglita for fair.
DH. II. .1. FIKLI, of Lvakfvllle. N. O., ban
recently taken ont two patcntf , one fur an
improved method of attaching artificial teeth to
their tt"ite.. aud the other for a Combination
Dental I'late, made in part of rubber or cehnlold,
and In part of metatl c nntf, to which the tith
are attached and fo arranged that ll wjulre" bat
t few monienif to rcnlaceany number of tretn
that may by accident or otfcerwIf gel broken
Iroin ihe plate. The time. et ajd trouble
Breakout ihc fame a. lor the resnlar robtier or
cllnioid plate, wnlle It If worth twice an much.
DentUia working under Ihia patent have no need
of any otter llccnfc. aa the alHive plate doe? not
infringe npon any other rnblirrpateiit The work
ha been lef led more than twelvr month", and !
warranted to give .ati.factluc. Dr. Meld If alo
proprleuir of the Flftil Iiifurilliln Mypllr,
warraLted to lop any external bleeding In a few
moDieata. Trice ier bottle SO cU.
Chicago Scale Co.,
G8 70 W. M8re t, CliIoMf, 111.
4 Ton Hay or Stock SUS - w
All other fle at greal icdoeti.m- All Scaie
vtrrnntM. Fnll panle nlr. ot.n a lj",-
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION!
twiir ta 4-b i
. nL. !'
U) mwmA'trTt. A mux lfc
Ut4 9cM to -r WraJ t. ti- V tmT
ittm. tiutmt ? tMicr-.rrrVeJ.
A KTS WANTED I Jdie and r-TW-
XovetUe: all -Il at 1et. Alao JfarHln
Jfetlr lor all rwing maealuea aiaaalaciar.
Wilt aesd H dozen ectflea oa receipt cf -
Call oa or aLe St. K. KAMS KT.
St. IIS Jf Iealzaa Areaa. Ivtrslt.
-- JT KDQEtroOD.
Shart Hra aal Ajrnhlrc
RKRKNH IKK MCa.
Part ride Cachla a4 B. B. K4 Htmm rem 1
For Tanlcalacf aad caiategae. asdee ,
JOHJI K. TUTVaVAjrr,
Kdgfwcod. PWHraao-aale. Tf. T,
aUF.VTK T, JJ
H. LEWIS A SOS. !3loIaa.Iga.
ofcriMWAJmcs amr ??,'
fly mil i, mm UlmHrw. fad otter
nxVittK. r in lailariana't Atm.m
mklLrxriaa IrM lax?
Wlirelor cV Mo lirk i'o.
IZW TCU SrATZ A32Z:?177Ui; TCU3
MnnufacMtnt Jhe m if a f proved V m.' of s iis
and Iloulde geared
I'nr one. Inn nml lliren lltir,'-,
L'ver rovr-r tor our, two, four fix i tjrfcl i it
ten h,r f Thrchii" and Cii'ili r. Tnfr.h. r
and ShaVitf. Mm pieerllijl Thieb r, Sti
l' Mocill KliKllli r? Shltitt V Iiihv. It ..
liny Korkf l)o;at.d Tmiv Power fur I har...
Ac. I Ider and Wlu Allllf Mid l'ie-, 1 ,'
Cllllerp, immI faw'lijj .M.irlntKf, l''Wf, I "
Tho IlVjt StMl'Tonlli
'WHEEL HORSE -RAKE
Thlf Hake hta neer failed to gto errpr t
if faction In all care", and ha taken llrt prrm
niu, at vatloiif Kalra where txblh tsd. Snol f r
llliutrated t T'l.ar f cir niarhlne .Mt-r
WIU:Kl.i:it ,t MKI.uk CU.,Altny. N
1ic bcftfii fftfccfraft f Horse i'ow
ers), 'Drcfdimafiijiiifn, traubare Daittpf
tttafdiiticn, fcrbc )ifdjcn mil !)tdbrni,
9Ipfclnicnislrf fit n C-'ilr .Mills;, Sim 4
bcl iinD ."poll, SufleiHafdjiiifti, IVnfAt
ncn butdj Mtmbr flctrifbcn ufu , ufw
3lluftiittc C?atalotic n'ftbfii auf
5hJtmf(fj grflfi DerfunM Smb u 0a
btn bet HQtUt A: HHcIiif iU
"Itbantj, VI fl
Hay & Grain Rake.
-w-iaaacjavSO' atmi -
00,000 lxx XJo
at c!outf rfon of l"'t
Tli l.'aie ra"betnn Cf . w!
ha taken mrr i-r Tlinii.Minl KlItST iKK
Mil MS at fair" ard Held Ir .U.
Itlatlir Ileal Aiial .M.mI IVrf.rl IUifT
Send fr Dc eptlvr CirreUr awl Vrit IJt
Manafaclnreil only by A. A .MlU O. .
Chicago. II; V J William" '"-. InOT-
Shngirt, Idnnrer Wel. Owoejl ,IIIiff, s'
eral aeitf lor Iowa
Rue's Patent Hand Wttetor,
jl: Mo.: ar.aM. C1e- fla4. O Krv
I'x. Idiarta?ri. riwJ. lfa mTaW t-t,
rldfri: ent rtfifi - all ihal aay 4af
hand t4r An" It S" a fjU rw trm.
txl IwpI'm'-st. Sd ff cleU'. Alra
SrzxrxK DmT, l MiHt.bUlrAsrtfclna.
T1 l'ttiAt otlh Ysr
Ka rrlt'.ftrrrf. Art'
Us,at It Attnaat rtlzl
Jsbmxrr !. w py. fMM
lo- JTortfU. aad tae caltl'ailMi of tk 'waag
and othrt irwplcaj ard -! troyleaj frail.
X a!l ir n ft" Hnd. W etf . ai Ur rttyf U
Th Florid AfrUltrft. WreaJy. $3 a year.
JiilArrr- WAI.TOM & (.O. Jark.oelIJ. fU.
lie f a MfUi -m bat i?TJM !!L,I?? .
v m. ran n reiiawe siDuuunn iw-j'
TIIK KKW HOKftt: JtAMJAI
tt m( lUrtlmn l iaJlir.
fe-la?. & eariirr !
.m. Vlliar arr. loeter IrVVf. fab4le kick
er, rsaaa ay . tiaae ot at f i bnro. Ax. B.k
ft) vare. srd by tH fat Z cvaiU. Adrfma
AMD TOE WSIGHTB
w-i .tl r.
a-efrkt. caa becanrtd at ff.
Ml. s vr pair. Ttfe 3 pan ef Jd, derri
M - , Wl .VV-.s ..&-!
i rr. Sead So cJrcaJac-
BUMl'UldET A LEWIS
U-rkpvrt X. X.
m--I5DlteAlEK.If j at ia .ey way lter.
Sairtte Bees or Honey,
&! a4 jrsa a tmf cojrr eftwtr "
m la lUCaHaM." SiaiIr write ynorad'
di M plxlal tm. a 7 tafL aad tA4f-m
JX. .aiATl t rtnm. uws.
Yha rfcMrt rratfia Mtmvt Kaifca
arlBder. le(d Vr
WanaamaU. U4 .
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