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The Farmer Kins.
The Jafmcr at in his o!d mm c!.a!r.
Rnr.y and fair
"Kate, I dec'are,"
Uc si!d to his wife who was p'ttin- urcr,
"IVc need not fear
The hard times her.-,
ILnngu the leaf of lifts Is yell.. and -trc.
1'ja the kitiftand you are lh- queen
f tOf.tfcis fair fcene.
ThVKc fields of green
And cold htt ten.
There cattle nwzing upon the hUJ,
Taking their fill.
And "bccpeo -till,
J.ikc many held by a single will.
Thoe barnyard fowl- are our snbj.cfi all;
Tl.cy heed the call,
And litre a squall
On fast wrings fall, -
Whenever we scatter for tin m the pain;
'Tie not iu vain
Wc live aud rtriirn.
In thij our hay and calm domain.
"And whether the day lii dim or tin..
In rain and shine,
The.-e laud are mim.
And fields of thine
In ehiiiily "hade and In sunny tjli'
Willi crops' that rov
lt'1 .-.i1,1 l tilt.l nfl lttl ll'- lil'
IllKIHiilulPliij,"""-" "- jn a.
inca."dwith shifting or -toffc an-I -liar'.
And bulls and bear-,
Stripes and cares.
And the affairs
Ol -peculation in mart ami -tire::
In this, retreat
Sweet pence can meet
With plenty on her rural beat."
Aslmwcd or Earnlnsr Money.
"I'm soirj I've kept the tliiiner vnii
ing," said I to Ichabod, "but it was
unavoidable. Miss Curt;?, a lady
agent fr.r a tittle machine l'r marking
books, clothing, etc , had detained me
from my woik lor ueiirly tin hour,
wearying me with a perfect tot rent of
apologies and explanations for being
thus employed. I bought one of the
machines rut of pity for her mother,
who is a poor wid 7? sewing woman
living iu the suburbs Out I almost re
pented of it afterwards.'
"Surely, my dear," said Ichabod,
"you ouiiht rather to feel glad that it
is in your power to assist any poor girl
who Is endeavoring to earn her own
"Earn her own living I" cried I,
"You could not insult her more deeply
than to intimate that she is selling
"those things because she is poor and
needs the money. She says that she
does it for pastime: 'ma thought a little
out door exercise would be good for
her. She gets so tired of sitting at ound
doing nothing, and she might a? well
do it as cot, as she has so much
and she makc3 far
more ilfirt to conceal her necessities
than to sell her machines. The long and
the short of the story ih, that she is
ashamed of her occupation afraid
that people will think she is a poor
girl and obliged to work lor iicr daily
bread. Now, why should this be so?
If a man undci takes to pursue any
branch of business or trade, from
banking to selling peanuts or ped
dling cabbage, he does not bore one
with a long preamble and set ol reso
lutions respecting his family affairs, nor
his reasons for being engaged in such a
business; neither does he intimate that
he does it only by way of amusing him
self, lie very plainly gives you to un
derstand that it is your money he is af
ter, for which he is willing to give you
an equivalent in whatever article he
deals. Women expect men to work
they feel a supreme contempt for the
man who is satisfied to live as a depend
ent on the bounty of his friends; yet
they sneer coldiy on those of their own
sex who are willing to labor and accept
a remuneration for that labor. Here is
our neighbor Mrs. Jones, who takes
boarders for company.' She gives up all
her large airy chambers, reserving only
the attic tor a sleeping apartment for
herself and family slaves early and
late, as only the keeper of a boarding
house does slave is the first one up in
the morning, and the last one to go to
bed at night is harrassed with cares
which the supervision of such a large
family necessarily entails upon her; yet
ehc assures you, with a bland smile, that
her house Is so large so much more
room than she needed, you know
that she filled it with boarders for the
sake of their company. Does any one
believe this little fiction? It is not
geucrally known Jliat her husband's
salary is small and insufficient to meet
the wants of their growing family,
and that all this extia amount of bak
ing and woiking over the hot stove
this sweeping and dusting, and making
of bed? this sacrifice of her comforta
ble sleeping rooms to strangers, while
she occupies the poorest is not for the
pleasure she takes in the society of her
hoarders, but for tiie money they pav
hei ? And Mr. Jonci attempts to prac
tice this deception because she does not
want to bo stigmatizsd as poor. Her
false pride prevents her from seeing that
in the estimation cf all sensible people,
these iuorifices and iffjrts to assist her
husband are in the highest decree com
mendable. Society has ordained that
a woman may perioral the most menial
offices for her own household and it
causes no remark ; it is culy when she
performs those labors for the household
of some one else, and receites pay for it,
that we hold aside our skirts to let her
pass and cry 'away with her.' There is
seal cely one woman in a hundred who
possesses the moral courage to say, I
can't tffjrd it,? when a cemvnd is made
tin her purse by one of her own rank.
We women are so weak when our social
standing is at stake. It is easy enough
to turn a way an importunate book
agent or troublesome peddler, by sijing
that you have no money, or you cannot
afford to buy, but when the solicitor is
a Iadv acquaintance one of 'our own
set' who comes in elegantly gloved and
attired, and wisher you to gire five dol
lars towards a wedding present for Mifs
Smith, (one r.f the SabbMh School
teachers.) it it? n mt:ch more difficult
th:n- to do, :tndridaiiC3 a degree of he-
jn,ii:i-i which the -uerte woman is
1 not cupa'.flc . While your viB'tor expsi
i liatis tin the propriety of the gift being
something expensive end cieanr, laying
much stress ou the fact that it will look
so mean to give anything cheap or com
monplace, you sit silent, trying to mus
ter up courage to decline giving, know
ing well the impoverished state of your
pockctbook, ana how much you need
the money for ycur own family. Yet,
by the time she has finished her tirade,
your little stock of coinage has all oezsil
away, and you open your purse, and
with a forced cordiality hand her the
money you can so illy spare too eow
ardlyto be honest, too cowardly to con
fess that you caunot afi'jrd it and you
bow yr ur fashionable friend out with a
smile, inwardly denpising yourself for
your own weakness. Truly we exclaim
with the peer, and a slight variation of
the text "How doth pride make cow
arils of us all.'
"Yes," said Ichabod. "It women
could but look at it in the light iu which
men regard it they might be thorn of
"Men:"' I an wered impatiently; "men
arc the very ones 'who encourage and
foster the growth of thii absurd pride in
women. Tftey consider it a reproach to
to themselves if it is knwn their wives
help to earn the living. They are afraid
the world will thiak they are poor man
agers they are ashamed to have other
men kuow that their wiv.'s work for
strangers, and ttiey oppose all efforts
made in this direction. What wonder,
then, that it is regirdrd as a fall in the
social sc::le when ivnacs work and re-
sw.iar.a vl IVT- it "
1U4U l'J Mri ai.
"Y u remember cousin 3Iary. She
married a man who was so unfortunate
as to lose their all in au unlucky specu
lation, and she proposed that she should
help him to regain a footing by getting
a position in a prin!ing e llicc in the
village in whic'.i they lived, and by fold
ing end addressing papers and acting as
a compositor, add a little to his earnings
and make the the task lighter for him.
Her father had been an editor and pub
lisher, and, being in his cilice, she had
acquired a knowledge of the trade, un
til at last made herself almost indispen
sible to him o:h as compositor and
'scissors,' so of cmrs'jshc felt no fear
on the score of incompetency."
"Did her husband accede to her wish
es?" asked Ichabod.
"Not he; 'people would talk.' he said,
and think it strange tint she should
work and earn money; she must dismiss
the subject from her mind he would
try and provide for her. So, because he
was too proud to let the world know that
his wife wa3 working for money, she was
force! to lo without many comforts that
she could have possessed had she not
been tlenieil the privilege of earning
them. We, as Ameiicaui', boast of be
ing the most in iependent of people and
talk loudly of our plain republicanism.
Yet, the truth is, we are servile creatures
of a false social syitem which must be
razed to its foundations and rebuilt
upon a basis which recognizes the re
spectability of paid female labor before
we can justly claim to Oe free in any but
a political sense."
Mean Biscuit.--Take one tin of milk,
one tin of mush, one cup of lard, one
cup yeast; mix over uight, roll out in
the morning, and bake for breakfast.
They are better than sod.i biscuit, and
much more healthful.
S5TEWEH BKr.T.. Pare the beats thin
ly, and cut in thin slice3 across; cut up
some onion?, and put altogether in a
stew pau, with a little pepper and salt;
rub a bit of butter in flour and stir it
smooth in hot water; pour this over the
beets, (it must cover them well) and let
it stew until the beet is quite tender
The older the beet the longer time it
will require. When quite young, one
hour will be sufficient. S.tvc hot.
Pickle for Ukf.f. To every one
hundred pounds ot beef take three ana
a half pounds of salt, one-half ounce of
saltpetre, one half ounce cayenne pepper
and a half gallon of molasses. Dissolve
in just enough cold water to cover the
meat, and turn it over. For a pickle for
hot weather, a little more salt must be
added from four to five pounds but
for cold weather three and a hilf
pounds is sufficient, aud you will
find your beef cooking up al
most as tender and delicate a3 when
A Ckacksd Wheat Pudding. Take
a quart of unskimmed millc, add to it a
gill of cracked wheat, uncooked, and a
gill of sugar, and a small piece of stick
cinnamon. Place in an oven of medi
um heat. When about half done, stir in
the crust already formed, and leave it to
form another, which will be sufficiently
brown. Try when it is done by tasting
a grain of the wheat, which must be
very soft. This, when cold, make9 a
delicious, creamy pudding. A handful
of raisins is an addition.
Hot Buead. One of the most inju
rious dietetic habits of Americans, is
that of eating hot bread, cake and bis
cuit The Prussian Government com
pels bakers to keep their bread at least
one day before selling. If Americans
would follow their eismple, there would
be fewer dyspeptics than at present.
There is not one dyspeptic German
where there arc a dozen dyspeptic Amer
icans. This, however, is but one of the
marked causes for this marked differ
ence. The oaly fresh, hot bread that is
wholly unobjectionable, is the unleavened
bread and crackers.
THE XLIV CONGRESS.
Sbkate Wt&nzzday, Jan. 5. Various peti
tion and reports were presented and referred.
Bill introduced by Senator Morrill of Vermont,
to farther provlae for the redemption of V S.
leal lender note, iu accordance with existing
laws. e)rdvredp'initd and to lie on the table.
Memorials ol c'tizen- o! Michigan werj pre
seuteJ in favor of a law givmz jvlX) bounty to
each Unlo.i soldier and s ailor la lieu o: a home
Head donation wlthon cc:ual settlement, which
Wi" referred. The follow in riftlnt.ons were
presented nkd relened. hetintflng n detailed
statement cf the Freed menV Saving andTro-t
Co., of the Dirtrict of Columbia- directing the
committee on transportation routes to thetea
liojrd, to inquire whether the interests of the
General Uovetnment do not demand that a com
plete hydroeraphic snrTey ba made of thai por
tion of Arkansas river between Fori Smith. Ark.,
and I'ucblo, Colorado, to determine a loits nav
igability; directing Fame committ cto inquire as
to the teatibliity of improving the navigation cf
Senator Allison Introduced a bill to divide the
State of Ioau into two judicial districts. Bill
reteired. The following bills were also iniro
duced; Authorizing terms of the U. S. District
Court to be held at Fort Gibson, Indian Terri
tory, to amend an act entitled ''an act to provide
a national currency," etc.; to provide for an in
vettigatlon as to the habits of the Itocky Moun
tain locusts, or o called grasshoppers; to amend
the act or June 20, 1S7J, amending the charter of
the Frcedmena' Having and Trust Co. Alt-r a
thort executive session the Senate adjourned.
HouaE Oath of ofilec was administered to IC.
I. Itiddle of Tcun., elected to fill the unexpired
ttrm of Fytc, deceased. House went into Com
mute of the Whole on the state of the Union.
After acme time tte committer rose and re
!orted resolutions to the Houce, when Jlr
iCatson called attention to the tact that amoug
the f ubject referred to the committee on Ways
and Means were those of the redemption of U. S.
notes, partial repeal of the leal tender act, and
the gradual reduction of legal tender notes.
Finally, after same discnIou, the resolutions
were adopted. 1 he following rcrolntion'j were
pr.scated: Itefeirlng the President's message
to appiopria'.c committees; instructing commit
tre on Naval Affairs to .inquire whether any ma
terials belonging to the (Jovcrnmcnt have'been
wionglully or lraudulently rtmovei from the
navy arda; instructing committee on Education
and fitbjr to it quire into the expediency ol
making a moderate appropriation on the rates of
illiteracy lor States which have established or
will establish a permanent eystcm of common
schools for ttie education or their youth; calling
on the Secretary of War tor information a to
the number of United States troops stationed in
the States of Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas,
and Louisiaua, on the Oth day of Derembcr. ls?.r.
The following anions other hills weru intro
duced: To protect the postal rights of inmates
ot insane asylums; to restore to the pension roll
the names of persons stricken therelrom for dis
loalt ; author zing tobacco producers to sell
tobacco by ntall in the leaf; providing that all
pensions on arrount of death, wounds ordUcnse,
con ncted in the service t-lnce March, lriil. f-halt
commence from date ol death or di-charge; to
insure the sncceM of the International inhi
bition at Philadelphia, and to maintain the honor
of the nation; to pay soldiers aud nailors en
titled to bounty lands a dollar per cere f.r these
lauds; to improve the navigation of the Tennes
tce river; fixing ratu of postage on written local
matter; to anitiiu the Texas Pacific Kailro id t c ;
to provide fi.r pavment of judgments ofYhc Ala
bama Commission as soon as possible af.er"iTa"c-naivi-'d;
lor an equestrian statue iu Washington
of Zachary Tajlor. Va Sous bills of minor im
portance were introduced and referred. Houce
We had heard of the above as the
great raihoad centre of the southwest, a
city of wonderful growth and prosperi
ty, the commercial city ol the Missouri
Valley. Nine diflcrent railroads arc
centering there, and two more are under
construction, soon to be completed.
The best railroad and wagon iron bridge
ou the rive." has but recently been built,
which adds new life to the place. No
city on the M'.ssouri possesses greater
advantages as a manufacturing poiut.
Atchison has a beautiful location. The
site on which the city is built is unsur
passed for beauty and pleasant sur
roundings. From the river extends a
rich and feriile plain, skirted with gentle
undulating hills, which arc covered with
forest trees, among which nestle beauti
ful homes. It Ins, we believe, the finest
private residence west of St. Louis,
called the ''Price Villa," the home of
Hon. John M. Price, which co3t not less
than one hundred thousand dollars,
built about two years since. The busi
ncss houses and public buildings com
pare very favorably with cities of even
larger size. It is to-tlay a city of
upwards of sixteen thousand people.
While there we took occasion to inquire
all about the Kansas Laud and Immigrant
Association, about which we hear so
much in all the papers of the country.
It "is an organization composed of
capitalists and business men residing in
Kansas, principally in Atchison, duly
incorporated by authority of the State,
with a capital stock of one million dol
lars, divided into ?ha'C3 of live dollars
The charter of laid Association is for
the teim of twenty-one years, and con
fers upon its corporators and their suc
cessors full power and authority to
transact business in any of the States
and Territories of the United States, the
purchase and sale of real estate being
their principal business, all of which I
found was certified to by the Secretary
of State, tlone at Topeka, the sixth day
of last November. The Association have
already purchased 2,604 pieces of real
estate, which are valued at $770,800 00.
The Association is doing much to en
courage immigration to their State, and
on the 28th day of March, 1870, all the
above named property will be distribu
ted to the share holders in a manner
decided upon by the shaie holders at the
time above stated. The fine residence
referred to above is the principal piece
of property to be distributed. Many
fine business blocks, as well as resi
dences and farms, are to be divided
among the share holders. We lound
this Association endorsed notonly by
the State, county, and city ofSceis of
Atchison, but by a large number of the
wealthiest and best citizens of Atchison,
and State of Kansas. We were favora
bly impressed with the enterprise, and
must say that it will do much towards
inducing immigration to Kansas. We
learned that J. P. Bashnell & Co., real
estate dealers, of Das Moines, have been
appointed by the Association as super
intendents of all agencies in Iowa for
the sale of the above named shares.
Would it not te a good thing for Iowa
if a similar Association was organized,
to induce immigration to our State?
When I see a fashionable tible set out
in all it5 magniScence, I fancy that I
see gouts and dropsies, fevers and leth
argies, with other innumerable distem
pers, lying in ambuscade among the
dishes. Nature delights in the most
plain and simple diet; every animal but
man keeps to one dish. Herbs are the
food of this species, fish of that, and
flesh of a third. Man falls upon every
thing that comes in his way; not the
smallest fruit or excrescence of the
earth, scarce a berry or a mushroom,
can escape him. Addison.
The forthcoming census report of
New York, for 1S75, will contain some
curious item?. No family ha done
more to increase the population of the
State- than that of Peter Moran, of Oi
wego. He is forty-five years old, and
his wife forty. They have live .Nicle
births and four pairs of twins recorded
in iheir family. The- oldest e'hild is
twenty-four years old, and the two
youngest betweeu two and three years.
The single births all preceded the twins.
In the tour pairs of twins there arc four
boys and four girls. In Tully, Onon
daga county, th-ire are triplets, two
boys and one girl, ten years olei. In
Lockport there is aquartet of four girls,
eight years old. Alihough the census
makes no note of the fact, there were
actually six childrcu born at once in
this family, two of which have died
since, leaving the four as above noted.
There is in Warrensburg, Warren coun
ty, a six-yesr-old boy.
in June last
Conway, that weighed,
- when the census was
pounds. From the Jlmira
Pati:o'&, for sca'es address
Binghamtoa, New York.
fcsTTry Uncle Sam's llarnf-s Oil. It is the
We all huuw that tuo aud two make fuu-.
Just so with Lajcock's Woim Killer that it
stands uncqualed as a worm medicine. Worm
candies are out of date, lajccck's Worm Killer
Is safe to use and pleasant to take Twenty-live
cents a bottle. Sold every w here.
Vegetine Is nourishing and strengthening;
purities the blood; regulates the bowels; quiets
the nervotw srstem; nets directly upon the
secretion?, and arousts the whole svs:em to
CifContiiiiiel deposit- of phlegm u,on the
glands of the throat produce ulcerations, which
surely end in Ilronch ti- and Consumption A
certain and almost instant remedy I- i:ert's Ex
tract of Tar and Wild Cherry, which not only
heals affected parts, but invigorate.- the entire
A New Thing1 in the World.
Dk. C. Francois' Fkexcii Queen Sykup
a sure cure for crooji, whooping
cougli, and severe cold3 which settle
on the lungs even in consumption,
chrcnic bronchitis, aud catarrh.
Thu French Queen Svrup is one of the most
powerful remedies that has ever existed in the
world. It Is an old French remedy which has
becninu:ciu France tor many years, and has
given great relief to the suffering, it is well
recommended by all French phy.-icians in
Europe, lie sure to get no otner. riold by all
tirst-clasa druggNts and drug dealers in the
louutrv, at 50 cents per bottle. A'ddiess Dr. U.
FRANCOIS, No. B18 Onvc -trcct. St. Louis, Mo.
IMu'cutlonnl. The public -chool- of Hurling
on are rapidly taking r.ink with the bi-st in Iowa.
The ttHptisi College at the Mime place is growing
in popular lavor, anu w-11 douhtlc-s become an
oriianunt. but ttie crowning glory of trie school
interests in Burlington, is tne Itusines- College,
so well ana so favorably known throughout the
Ever since lis establishment this college has
received anil merited a very large patronage, but
nt no former p nod ha- the attend nice hVen so
larfc as nt the present, nnd at no tinu-iia- the
srtiool enjoyed mi:Ii public confidence a iu this
Thi- College is pre-eminenlly the leaditn: in
stitution of the kind hen- in the Win. anil the
management tutt nil th it it shall alvvavs meet the
cxigeiirte-i ol the times No ubsurdly extrava
gant claim- are made by this sciiool a high
recommendation in view of the fact that so many
other schojls indulge a tendeue, to luast.
2T"WhiIe you have ycur family physician to
administer to the household, iK not ueglt-ct the
animals so much exposed to inclement weather,
and which must bear the brunt of the heavy
labor of the farm, but keep on hand such reme
dial agencies us Uncle Sam's Condition l'owder,
to prevent disease and to restore the animals to
health again wuen.slclf. Tnere Powders are a
purely vegetable nrepaiation, and can l)- ob
tained through ill druggists. Prepared by Ihe
Emmcrt Proprietary Co.. Chicago.
Dr. McAFFKK A regular graduate of Brltisn
and American institutes. 2U years a practicing
hysician. Treats all Disease of the Kidneys,
lver. Lungs, Heart, Throat, Held and Nervous
By stem. Errors of Youth and Abnsis ol Man
hood successfully treated and even alter others
have failed, fine) forfeit for any case ol Seminal
Weakness or private Clsease of any kind c.r char
acter he undertakes .and fails to cure. Laditt
will find proper treatment for diseastv peculiar
to their sex. All letters containing stamps for
reply promptly answered.
Consultationret. Send for circular. Address
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Cheap, Popular and Iteautifiil We have
seen the beautiful Memorial published by the
American Memorial Publishing Co., or Chicago,
and we must prononnce It the most lovely thing
of ihe kind we ever saw. li Is gotten np in good
taste, and the workmanship is executed in the
finest etyle. What surprises n most Is Its re
markable cheapness No family mourning the
loss of a departed loved one, should be without
one. T,helr place of business is 57 Washington
Schenck'n Pulmonic Syrup, Sea Weed
Toule, and Mandrake PHI. 1 he.c deserved
ly celebrated and popular medicine- have effecttd
revolution in the healing art, and proved the
fallacy of several maxims which have for many
years obstructed tho progress of medical cience.
The fa lee supposition that ''Consumption l In
cnrablc" deterred pnysiciahns from attempting
to And remedies for that disease, and patients af
flicted with it reconciled themselves to .death
without making an effort to escape from a doom
which they supposed to be unavoidable. It Is
nowproved, however, liut Consumption can be
ccked, and that it iias been cured in a very
great number of cases (aome of them apparently
desperate ones) by Schcnck's Pulmonic Sprtip
alone; and in other cases by the same medicine
iu connection with Schenck's Sea Weed Tonic
and Mandrake rills, one or both, acccording to
the requirements of the case.
Dr. Schenck himself, who enjoyed uninter
rupted good health for more than lofty jears, was
supposed, at one time to he at the very catelof
death, his physicians having pronounced his case
hopeless, and abandoned him to tis fate. He was
cured by the aforesaid medicines, anl, ince his
recovery, many thousands similarly affected have
used Dr. Schenck's preparations with the same
Fnll directions accompany each, making it not
absolutely necessary to personally ee his
Schenck unless patients wish their lungs ex
amined, and for this purpose he :s 'professlonallv
at his principal office, Corner Sixth and Arch
streets, Phlladolphl, every Monday, wnere all let
ters for advice mnt be addresssed. Schenifc'a
medicines are sold by all dm 'gists.
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Devoted to ihe Interests of Farmers.
A Farmer's Paper, Price, S 1.50 a Tear.
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3IAKK IT PUBLIC.
South Boston, Feb. !.1"TI.
II. K. Steven-". K'q.: Hear S1.--I hie beard
from uiiiuy mute s vt thegerat Miecess of YKUK
T1NK in cases ol rolula, Khcamitl.-m, Kidney
Complaint, Catarrh, and a:l ether d.ease of
kindred nature. I make no hesitation In -ay:n
that I know VEtSKTINK to be the mot rellab.o
remedy for Catarrh and Ueneral Debility.
.My wife has tx-en trcnb'id with Catarrh lor
many years, and at times very badly, she ha
thoroughly tried every eupj ;-ed remedy thai we
could hear of, nd with all thi she has tor si
eral years been graduilly grow in; wore, and the
discharge frrm the head" was ixce.-ive and ery
offensive. She was in thi- condition when she
commenced to take VEOETINE. 1 could r.o:
sec that she was improving on the second b 'tile.
She coctinned tafcing the EG KTINK until the
had used fiom twelve to llltcen nottles. I am
nojv happy in informing you and the public (ir
yon ihooe to make it public) that she is entirely
cured, and VECSETINK acconipli-bed the cure
after nothing el-ewouH. Hence I feel justitlel
f ! .1.. . X L--1-TIVL- I., .!.. ...... ...1I..K1..
remedy, nnd would advi-e all sutler ing humanity
to trv it, for I bclbsve it to lea gocd, honest, veg
etable medicine, anil I shall i.ol hcltate to rec
ommend it. I o. etc.. respectfully.
L. C. CAltDELL, Stere III Broadway.
VEttETINEatt directly up n thi cines f
these complaint-. Itii.vJgortU anil -tn-ngthen
the whole system, ac'- npon the secretive organ-",
allavs iEilishmatiou, eleense' and cans tile 'ra
tion, cures, cotistipatio n.aud legislate? Pielx-we!-
IIus Entirely Cured 3Ie.
Ikstnu, O.'tober. is?'.
Mr. Stev n: Dear Sir My daughter, alter
Iuviijh r-cve'c attack of Whooping Cough, was
left lu a n-rv feeble state of hialth. Being al-lse-dty
a friend she tried the VEUET1NE, and
after using a lew bett es was fully iis'oted to
I have been a great Miilercr from rthennia'isnJ.
I have tak. n several bottles ol lbs VKeiKTINE
for this complaint, aud am happy to say it ha
enti'elv cured me. I hive lejoinrr.entled the
VEGETINE to thers, with the saxno goj.l re
sult.. It is a great cleanser and p mi tier of the
Ul Kil; it is pVaianl t tske. nnd I cin cheerfully
recommend it. JAMES .MOUSE,
.151 Athens Street.
Sold by Ml Dr:iggi-t- atid Dealers every where.
NATURE'S GREAT REMEDY."
THis Cordial U n CERTAIN CURE
for Couchs, C'olrt, Inflitmrttatlon of Iho
I.uiiks, horo Throat nnd llrenut, llronchl
li, uml If taken In time, trill nrrct thut
fatal dUcnsc Consiunptlon. Tho liasU of
thl meillclnc Is a preparation of Tar ob
tained by a peculiar proci-s from tho kap
or the Pine Tree, the medicinal proper
firs of whlrli arc well known. With this
powerful element arc thoroushly incor
porated everal other vegetable injrredl
tnli, each of which pocie soothing
and lienllns attribute, ths-t making It the
most POTENT ANTAGONIST to all
lieasra of the pulmonary organs that
has yet been Introduced.
DE. L. Q. C. VISHABT'S
PINE TREE TAR CORDIAL
It not a new rtmiily that has never been
heard of before, but nn OLD, RELI
ABLE. AND WELL-TRIED mcdlclnt
that Iiiih been Iu dally iie b.v fan:lll nnd
intelligent phyi.lclann for the last olxleen
years, and Is spoken of lu the lilglu-n
term by all who have nnril It. thou
.nmls of UNSOLICITED TESTIMO-
If you atiuVr from any dlnfaup lm
whirh this Cordial U re rommriiilcil, vvi
unhrftlfatliiKly wy: " TRY IT, WI
KNOW IT WILL DO YOU GOOD.'
A single bottle will dt-iinntra(K i(a alu
SOLD BY JIIL DRUGGISTS UliO STOREKEEPERS.
232' North Second St., riiiUid'd
TO PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY
Throughout tins lTnitil Slati'.".
rMIE Planter? of I.ouisUi'ii are nnsloin to fa
JL ntsli their llroth r Patron- In thu North nnd
West with pure and nnadtiltera ed i-ugir, molae
c, rice, etc., dliectly Irom their p'aniation.
Send a postal card 'with your name and jot
ofllce addrea to
n, i. iVrrr.Moui:,
Stuto tiratige Aent for I.ouIxlaiiR,
and you will receive In return (postpaid) a pam
phlet conlainirg the ditlerent grailei of tugir,
mola'fe", rlee, collee. otc, with cdvicc a to how
to order. The rirculor also furuiphe full II-t of
freight rate from New Orleans to point. in the
North and West.
Setsl.ir oursl bv 1)1: P.lK oilv known nn
5im Ui-mt-dy. Sit 'II.VH.: C.r feutmeut
until cured." Call o:i or iuMn
Dr. J. C. BSC2. 112 Jcha St.. Chrnaati. 0.
E. H. llazen, M. !.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
EYE AND EAR!
Cornir Brady and Sixth Streets,
Office Is basement of Infirmary.
Hours 8 to 10 a. m : 1 to C and at 7 t. ra.
Irfarj In Iowa. Kaxtrrn Ncbniski
Upon tnproved fanr.r'. In nm of -'00 and nt
waras, for & term ol - to a yrnr; :ntcre( at
per cent., payanie r cat-anna jny.
Fnnd supplied on phort koticc and at MX
DUCSD batx of commlicion. Apply to
BUUNUAM. 3tcKyLKY Jt CO
roanr'l Blnff. Iowa
OOTI'Kl.NTs of the Act),
and Centennial HUtory.
Good'peed'e Book, Bible and
? Hrn. rhlratro
WEAK LUNGS AWre.CnD
DOKK 1"3 Fi-njncr bl.Chlcaz
-ciL a.et3air net.
DK. a. II. VAX
;o. VI n-v'f.
1876. POSTPAID. S1.60.
A Monthly MaeazlneforTonn-;t Iteaclenu I
ScrrKBLT Ilm.steated. J3C"setl lo cent fur
a e ample nsmbtr. uhscrlle NJW (1A75)
and gel tho last nexnber cf thi rear f'JCKE.
JOHN I SUORF.Y,
36 rtrnom field Street. Hoatoa.
S4 && 36 -WASHI5GT0H ST. Chicago.
tptxlteJV&ijJMUTMC&i BetaM Dry Gocrf Storr.and
adfcstBlniT IX B. ITiirs WboIntaJe M 1111 --17 tcre.
iSa 3. vaf irgg (taw of Ct:x Uotrt),Orl-
. HAH&n, rrarietr.
148 ft 150 WaiaiiT.. riKflvt..CHrCAriO.
Too will ad li atla, b-it raore real ccaefcrt thaa I
$1.50 to $2.00 A DAY,
iaeordfas to Utrm. TBOMAS -UECDRICK. Pro
CtfiCMl Baak ,
Onr XX Stirring Blows never lail to scour even
dca er before purchasing.
BRYANT& STRATTON SCHOOL
in soutnern lowa. Lire cliol:imrili, asu.OO,
Send for clrcalsr.to I. HUKeJKMS. Trluclpal,
IIOVS and .Miilitlt-AKcil MKN, trained for a
succes.-fr.I atari in Bulne; l.lft at K-itraanlol-Ifge.
The oldest, largei-t ami onlv Institution
t'imt elves an Actual Burim.-s Braclice. Currency
and Mirchandlie u-cd have areatnlne Each
day's tran-ariiun based ou quotation of New
Jrk Market. New Buildings. IUtc low.
GradiiMe assist d o ;-i',i:Ction. .Applicant re
ceived any week day. liefer to Patrons aud
Graditites in nearly t-vi-ry tit anil town.
Address for particulars and Catalogue of 3.0IX)
eindU'Ucs In Bu.lnes.
1I.G.EMMAN, I.I. D..
I'i ujhk" etsli N. Y.
4. ?, vv
(Ard JsI.-fTxrjri .-Xiiuti
1. KIcIit I'mlnrnt lmfr-mr a Iimtnirtnr.
2,'llie lt-liiiil Mint l.livant Itnmiln th Wtt.
3. II '.inlltil Iut. (iih.iI Ituartl nlmt i jm r week.
I. Threi Kirst-el l'rutnen cntnlly enii!n)i-il.
fi.l iimmeri'ltl Iji -lii.ilii:iti!-tilintneuirti.
7. rominrreial ArttlitiK-tli- lli-irnuIianJ i-rncttcftl.
8. l'linaleil Adrmit f-r I.i-iriilnuTi-lrsraplijr.
fa. Tin-. ai!v3iitai:(-sur-.ttrri!cl hy o utiiei: cllloL
Address lrl Irrtiti-s.
Plete ctatf where jolt raw thi.
and INSTITUTE OF PENMANSHIP;
rn. Mi. Mejinnl itii Malm; hi , liilnr. III.
riiuiM i onr l inr inusi ri mp'rir.v iiirnisiieu i
I ....i i .. . ....... i..t .i i I
M mill iicri vijnii'i:ii v mill I i;ii ! .i n
thr Tnltril Shii;v th a luil r.irp- of .Me-.ru!
Iliclrnl ititn;ctir-; with a thrnii'h anil r
trnsiw cotirsi of tUll ; wlih thr ('Aomilon
I 'tutu m ol ihe Wrt at the head of tlir Penman
rlup Di-porUiii li' : with a liardlnir Di-pitrttm-nl
In ehargr nt the Faculty, wher- udimI ami wholr-i-iime
board ran be obtaimd nt It-- IIihii 'i(a
per week Young men will ruiiMilt their own
tiitcrcHt by sending for College Journal, speci
mens of IVi n anlilt. ami I olb-ge l iirrrnry
Aiblte-- 1IOW1-: A. .MlsKl.M N.
Cem t'lty Htmlnc-. C reg, t ilncy. III.
617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.
IrtguUrgradsatecriwoMtt ij(.U; .Ka.IDlrtiC'rr)aMl
la llir tjM-ciiltrtalrocnlof Vcncral and Hrxual Diraaiho
r.' olhr rtit'lc-aa la St. Iwul., cltjr r.(r t. -o U
ull rr.l !-o- know.
Syphilis, Gonorrho, Gleet, Slrictura. Orchil!:,
Rupture, all Urinary Oiteite.and Syphibticor mer
curial afTcclion ofthe lhroit.liinorbon.s-,tr'uO
villi ucirllr-juc(-r. oat-ltDtin:iritxl;il XiMj,l':lxu'.f
Spcrrnatorrhsea, Sexual Debility and Impotceny,
at the reuUo!ft!r .lru In junth.wxaIriei la maturrr jn
crottf-r ria-., nolvbl'-b j-foJu-iompr lh rol1uwlocftvti
niuiorr rtni oa tb- rcr, byll l'cir ftTvt.iuo tAftorUt
otfrm! , c--LfjioiriIat, loorMT.Ir..p. ie , r.tkj.rtr-i
raarrlaR- lraprotx-r r unhappy. r t-rni.ii.ntlj niH
lmvu.taiioa .1 otti.eor bj bkll Irrr 1 loiltl. n ttiu.Uj U'
or ht 0 Inlftn csinoihiC2. Mttr q.cid le 'Dt bj.ifrr. r
mil!. Ccrr. (iuirinliJ OSk bu-sr. 9 U to 7 r U 8o
-Ian. II It til I M. l'ftmrbt ( tc aur MrMlur Ivo.tft&ii..
MANHOPP-AII about it. tr 15 Cent..
SontHtJ botbfor20cents.Atoin(lertnan bound
tOs-tti"r II tuat rated for 15 coat. lU-mlt bj laall.
AlnolnElrsa'-.tL'lotn and (Jilt Binding. 260 paot.
chaste KSrU7lns. Bnt -alod for tOcrnU. HIS
Olrr tfy mutolrrt'm t--u n- ir-s. ITU lo III;, .r"K- .Q Ut9 fu,.
l:wia- ..'c-.a V ba uur laniT, h. ML .br 1-rojr r la
martr V bo marry rrt. Mablxul. Vcnunb.t l'b tsl-it.r
1h--a'I?(-cUcff.. j fvtia.a. VCboahos tra.rry lt.. UN a&l
ba;"arm7b-lbcr.a-l Tb rbfailo-Tor It-n4 Vi4,int
nj tnorr. Tb'emarrir-I or ent.ni af-Cf mirri e - Irvall
A'lrrallfo-leox trsctu-r laifrtfrcca banua. rll aa nvrt
cnailcl jQ.lt ouiMti ra-l br :,). U Tm tliontockrsl
Qp. bit lai.1 arixit.1 or lost. a. It I v.rtby ofr-ra&a(. Itoqo
Uiut ib cream of literature on tbia subject.
70S Chestnut St. St. Louis Mo.
. raiarr.iuat-Miinr .rsprrtk- ?!-., trr.u
IIPIUVATK. NZUVOttS b-l SEXUAL. Illsr -.-.
8pcrma!orrha!a.N'ffi;salrkt.ra. Nervoua D-bit lly,
tc . ( ars-rl l.y -rftbii.Utf rjz-h.r n :..-.). at4 tb.r
o.teocT Irritat: j.liu-aaciir fr--ltj attllutio. .,.&.)
Moa y Impotence n-l Bterilitr. rrn-Urln- n.rr'. !m
iro;.fr aa-l llf. 'ki ,. WK CAJI CUK8.-nnwn r
I furm li'.'.Lntr rat t oriuj, i!ti. nx.tt, act
t-o. iborou(byr-.ic-labkliKartmiM. Medical
Pampalet.5''HMatbe ducaau by fcjali!.4) '.
".t it edielcea furIabe.l at-l aat aaTtarjfrti'"r
-'burrs rni'l(. "oc:tiitn .'r ca Icr rli. o.r
Museum cfAnatoicv Ui..i!a.tr.tia .: via .
" WS i . Jr. . Bb rfits. n.-rrt. .a-..-rt-l
AND HEALTH i - -u i-i u uu-rr
GYT T T "aVa llBleo Baarrla-rbl--
V JsV aCat 1ct. rr-iati.. H.t tttw
rer-iloa. Hjiln. Ilaltb Bra" lif !! aaj HU-l -fifi
AiimtliT Jacquca. "06 Cbeatnutrt.. KUlXQiaV
-Zl -- -
1 "-V7. ' li".-' pcrrsuaen: oire l.r Epilepsy
r Fits, 3T , itas Ekifice. ami all nerou dasciw
Ivsa., 507 Lrrd Ac. Cticao, 111.
ntantly care- nenraljla and all nenuna pain.
.ord by Cram A Melcher. 115 E. IUndolph -treet.
Chlcaze, and all rtcU drcczUu. Mcent
andft er bottle. Arent triatd.
ACE NTS io
e ?o ma
nrm a rate
PHEU23 SEHj 2J??CE!E2.
Or Uiasv CtrjMjj iretr.
adopted and recosaraerdeei
by the Ladlet Disx Kefors
Cossrait:ej of ta L'altcd
SUtet. An ajenl wasted In
eTery town, sxaplea aect
ins 4c cmr,
W. Xa4Iaa SU, CkleM
Lock Box il- Kaasi 1.
5n Baflalo BtU Keralrrr WIW
Sat arith 100 Cartrtixa farX Tvzs. XlCXZJl PlUTC.
SatManina raarantaasj. llimtfli nvlo? TKT.Z.
WRITERS OCX WURILV. Cfcle;, III
MOaVtKrB4C.(J(eCcnaick BJockjL P.O.lfca MA
? ' X SJ
r. VI m
r (S rzr
x fei A H
. I tf-.HU. m . w !- S .bWbbbHbWbv
111 - j- M .N a r a.niaB4aaaT'
I " .a-TAV. V ' Jl ' mmjmimmw
I " "a r a. ---, '-y - Jj
WEIR PLOW CO.,
Manufacturer of thecet
IE, a slue: s.
TTACII3IKNT TO CTLTIVATOKS,
and Three-Horse Equalizers.
ditllcrlt !! a'minlre ot your i
Urand Real Estate Distrttjatioa!
At AIchlMiu, Kunna-, 31 arch JS 17C,
2,664 PIECES OF PROPERTY,
Valued at $770,800.00.
gOO.OOO Share. S,"i Kadi, ! O0l.0O Ot.
TAt abort Ktigrarlny rprtt!t "I'tic Vlttn.'
The; Kunait Land and Iimnlsratiou A
cliitliui will distribute to it- liarcLolUr. t.
.March SH, 1870. a,fif l'leeco of Property.
cunlit:ng of KLKUANT UKIt K AND .sTONK
HKSIPKNCES. with other valuable pnp,'rly In
the city of Atchison- tne great railway center of
the .Mis ourl valley and AA7 Improved and un
Improvid fit in In K.tns, all worfi at a low
tlmate 7O,800 00. The r4lur of the" '-.'.CiVI
piece of property arc from
ro.oo TO 7.",)0O.OO KACII.
aud nr hare, wheteer and bjr honiiH-cr
held, will te e-titi lly w 11 reprecntrd In the dl
tdbutlon, and be eittllt-d to nuy one plrcf ol
mid property that may be awarded t Ihe 'aim'
For Share?, Circular-, Term to Agi-nt. Mil
other rarticulam, addr- Ji'IlN M. THICK,
(eueral .Manager Atchl-nn. Kan-.
For agency, aildrcii J. T. Huhnell ,t To., !.
AUK TUK Vr.HY 11KST I.V VMM.
Liberal term to Ajcmt. and thTrivl.
Price List and Terms on application
Addreaa, UIIOVEU A IlAKKIl H. M. CO.
xoirxT OAir be xauk:
by sending 91 1!i for any 9i Magazine and
TUK WKI!KLY TIlllIl NK (ngnlar prlrr 4J.)
or $',:: fur thr Magarllift and TIIK SKMI
WKKICI.V TKIUUNK (rrynl-r prter .1.) A
die TIIK TKIIllNK. .Yrn.
PATENT OFFICE AGENCY.
Patent Stove Pipe Shelves.
TL. St 11 ..t ItLt.
Ovrr i!W.GM) i.lr--il.
olil. A;;iiti war.tn
all ovnr tb9 U. S. I'i lea
to Accata rtnluiril.
Sttiapln mat for S2.00
B. Olmsted, Boloit, Wis
BELOIT FEED MILLS,
ami FKKI MILL liXTKAS. '
hand fur circular.
HISTORY OF IOWA
ow ready for agcata. PoIIit;I the moat mar
nISeent htatc ULHery erer pnblUb'd. We want
1X energetic aMa to canrsvi TiikEr inxTaa on
extra term. JL 8. PKALK A CO.. Chicaso. Id.
. a.BH ...
flL-TniA'mM 1-SlMiaiV ,fu
nrra. lAsranra. krtulpual Vni.
V-v ImtrAmrr trnni- rxscol.
j vi hoi cuT rturaat-. or
rrt. wrxttmmnj or
F lUrr A
book Jar uxn w
atatl rtrralart cS cmjljt ixtmnm tr.t
m ta CUmyo vk)m M a ragwir gratvut in mlv.
A I00K FOR THE MILLION!
aur; i sr- -
itbrVM atjj ni.iai m
tAatatfrtfc;)..i-a'W-tsr , -sa.ri'a
ataanVa, a. 7a.al. a ttuwiiAi ilawi
wtt imnt ntrtCK avj ..autaa t.aaa laSaaa...)
fct-lbr waVoars anr'r-ltva.5.latekT;.; 111.
aVaaasi.saianxa.iwt'tvl.r twa aa4 j saJ a- tr'r
aaW 11 as. MllaaalH4'lKtit(;
tMiiairr ti-jr-ai ...--.,. ih.ii.1
MA RRT A IrTa If axrt 0l4a..
"sa.a.aaaaapaap.Ba.BBp.aaa.a -. - luajdlM aaaal
sen " CoWttitf.Mu-
fla vJaitf al
M.acrrv. aaaX Knij"
4 CM avaai rf ffrtn. lv.
Ulr aawais. and rerr.Trraia tm J fritir lKjn. fvi
rsfsajajaf tLrircaa. wjmtrjtn aavl asaa sa rf i i
U Uac axa. nrnT.y tarKtJtr aok cf CM kixl a-rtf aaalaa
. toMa-. -arr 3U) and U cnaaa-aa Ib rrrj r-
1-r.M. lir C A.Hnaaa J(JCwJ.rx&aC,
WUITXEY HOLM KM
FIFTY ELEGANT sTTLKS. wlib Yalaafcl
laprora ai : new and beantlf cJ " lioo,
orKK O.VK THOCMAXIJ erza&l.V and Xs
ttclana lciorse tle Orrat ui cueiia.C(i
Ihea a ttrictly trl-tl&t$ x Taar, Mcctaalao,
and DarabllltT. Warranud are jear. Scad tut
Whltaay t Hol-nax Oryaa Co Oolary. IU
MAcqaaintan Card . I '!. to esse Kr
Ad. J. B. BUSTED aaa. Hit tv. t iXY.
Stair KnatlacCoLaaolaa. Iowa. 1"-?
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