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FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. 1
' An old physician tells us that alum
and sugar make the most effective mix
ture he has ever used in cases of croup.
Powder a spoonful of the alum and
mix with an equal quantity of fine su
gar, and give in a sirup.
A correspondent of the Canada
Farmer writes: Melon and cucumber
bugs like radisli leaves better than any
other kind. I 'sow a few radisli seeds
in each hill, and never lose a plant
Earth-worms, cutworms, white grubs,
and in fact, all soft-bodied worms, are
easily driven out by salt sown broad
csst. You can do no barm with ten
bushels to the acre, but a half bushel is
ample. Dry slacked lime is also effect
ual. Potato bugs find their "ami" in
Paris green one tablespoonf ul ; flour,
ten spoonfuls; water, one bucket; mix
and keep mixed, as the Paris green
settles jjipply with a watering pot.
In regard to watering horses imme
diately after a full feed of grain, a
writer of the Stock Journal says: "The
first effect of this is to largely distend
fee stomach, and the result may be as
serious as if the material were masti
cated gram and saliva. But should
this danger be avoided, matters are not
necessarily left in a better state. The
sudden and excessive influx of water
is likely to wash on mucli of the con
tent! of the stomach into the intestines
before the nitrogenous principles have
been digested, and fermentation, extri
cation of gases, overdistentions, colics
and inflammation result Even this is
not all. The application of an excess
of cold water on the mucous membranes
of the stomach and intestines causes
vascular congestion and violent muscu
lar contractions, so that all tend to di
gestive disorder of b. dangerous nature."
Here you have the result in a nutshell,
and to avoid foundering a horse he
should never be watered, beyond a few
quarts, when heated. In fact, it is not
safe to give a horse any water when
much heated. T. B. Miner, Linden, N.
Hall's Journal of Health gives a
chapter on sprains, which may contain
useful hints to sufferers from them:
Sprains or strains of the joints are very
painful, and more tedious of recovery
than a broken bone. What we call
flesh is muscle; every muscle tapurs
down to a kind of string, which we call
cord or sinew. The muscle is above the
joint and the sinewy part is below it
or vice veisa, and the action is much
like that of a string over a pulley.
When tlie ankle, for example, is
"sprained," the cord, tendon, or liga
ment (all mean the same thing), if torn
in parts or whole, either in its body, or
from its attachment to the bone, and
inflammation that is, a rush of blood
to the spot taies place as instantly as
in case of a cut on the finger. Why?
For two reasons. Some blood-vessels
are ruptured, and very naturally pour
out their contents ; and, second, by an
infallible physiological law, an addi
tional supply of blood is sent to the
part to repair the damages, to glue, to
make grow together, the torn parts.
From this double supply of blood, the
parts are overflown, as it were, and
push out causing what we call 'swell
ing" an accumulation of dead blood,
so to speak. But dead blood cannot re
pair an injury. Two things, then, are
to be done; to get rid of it, and to allow
the parts to grow together. But if the
finger be cut it will never heal as long
as the wound is pressed apart every
half hoar, nor will a torn tendon grow
together if it is stretched upon by the
ceaseless movement of a joint; there
fore, the first and indispensable step, in
every case of sprain, is perfect quiet
ude of the part; a single bend of the
joint will retard what nature has been
hours in mending. It is in this way
that persons with sprained ankles are
many months in getting well. In cases
of sprain then, children who cannot be
kept still should be kept in bed, and so
with many grown persons.
The "swelling" can be got rid of in
several ways: by bandages, which in all
cases of sprain should be applied by a
skillful physician otherwise mortifi
cation and loss of limb may result A
bandage thus applied keeps the joint
still, keeps an excess of blood from
coming to the part, and by its pressure
causes an absorption of extra blood or
other extraneous matter.
Another mode of getting rid of the
swelling is, to let cold water run on the
part injured for hours.
Cheese as Food.
We are quite sure that cheese is not
given its proper place as a food mate
rial. We are aware that some systems
do not take to it kindly, and such per
sons should not press it upon their di
gestive economy. Wre are aware also
that much cheese because it is poorly
made is indigestible, These facts should
be borne inTmind. And yet as a food
possessing great strengthening power
and adapted to those who have hard
physical labor to perform, there are few
foods so satisfactory as rich and well
cured cheese. We propose to give some
authorities on this point both for the
good of the eater and to contribute
toward securing one or our important
branches of agricultural production the
' demand to which it is justly entitled.
Dr. Austin Flint one of our most eru
dite physiologists, says: "Old cheese,
taken in small quantity toward the close
of a repast undoubtedly facilitates di
gestion by stimulating the secretion of
the fluids, particularly the gastric juice."
Here its effect is attributed to a differ
ent principle than that of its f erment
mg quality; but an active ferment may
also increase the effect of the gastric
juice. Dr. Flint says: "New cheese is
a highly nutritious article, as is evident
from its composition."
The long experience of English, Scotch
and Irish laborers proves cheese to be a
' wholesome as well at nutritions food.
- A small quantity of cheese, with them,
takes' the place of a larger quantity of
meat ATM, smartleai them tn ruitire eiirh I
hard labor as the American thinks he
can only perform upon a generous meat
diet In Germany, farm laborers de
pend largely upon the curd of milk after
being skimmed for butter. This curd
is frequently nsed in a fresh state, and
makes an important part of the labor
It is related of a certain Dane that he
could carry a stone so heavy that it
required ten men to lift on his shoul
ders; that he performed such wonder
ful feats of strength upon a diet con
sisting of large quantities of thick sour
milk, tea, and coffee. His enormous
strength must have been sustained by
the curd of the milk. This case refutes
the common error that milk does not
furnish a diet for vigorous manhood.
There are numerous cases in which a
milk diet has sustained the system
under the most exaeting labor. Win.
Vincent of Stonington, Conn., in a letter
to Dr. Alcot says: "I liave lived prin
cipally on bread, cheese, and butter, with
a few vegetables, for more than 24
years." Ileentirely abstained from ani
The "American Encyclopedia" says:
"The peasants of some parts of Switz
erland, who seldom ever taste anything
but bread, cheese, and butter, are a vig
Our American women take too little
nitrogenous food, owing, perhaia, to
their great predilection for the finest
flour and much pastry. Their vitality
is confessedly much lower than the
better class of English women. Women
are not such flesh eaters as men, and
with their love of sweetmeats the ner
vous system becomes illy nourished.
They may almost be said to be made of
starch and sugar. If they would make
cheese a more constant article of diet,
and use more unbolted flour, with more
open-air exercise, they would soon be
come the most healthful and robust as
they are now the most beautiful women
ill the world.
Cheese is less liable to putrefactive
change than flesh, and thus much less
likely to develop in the human system
those scrofulous diseases attributed to
Plants in Rooms.
Influence of Growing- Vegetation on the
Health i'olsonoas Perfume of Certain
Growing plants, vegetation in general,
is the means nature employs to purify
the atmosphero. The gasses which are
the products of respiration and of the
decomposition of organic matter, either
vegetable or animal, are assimilated by
the growing plant or converted into its
tissues. In the wondrous laboratory of
nature these processes sire constantly
in operation, so that all organic sub
stances in ttieir turn, together with all
the effete products of animal life, serve
the purpose of sustaining vegetation.
The process of this assimilation of mat
ter or food in plants is a direct result of
the action of sunlight though there is
reason to believe the process is not
wholly intermitted during the night,
but that the peculiar action induced in
the plant by the direct sunlight is con
tinued with a diminishing force in tho
hours of ordinary darkness. Probably
but little new matter is received into
the plant in the night but the process
of assimilation is in completion. The
facts and experiments on which these
deductions are made could be given in
detail, but those curious in this matter
we would refer to the writings of veg
So far, then, as growing plants are
concerned, we have a clear case, and
can say positively that they are not in
jurious, but actually beneficial. There
is, however, another view to take of the
subject and that is in regard to bloom
ing plants. The perfume of some flow
ers is not only disagreeable to some per
sons, but when they are exposed to
them for some length of time, affects
them with headache, nausea and febrile
symptoms, more or less aggravated
especially is this the case with those
peculiarly heavy odors, given off by
some varieties of hyacinths, tuberoses,
jasmines, orange blossoms, and some
other kinds. Of these effects there is
no question, and all such plants should
be avoided by those sensitive to them,
and, probably, it would be well for any
one not to have many such plants in a
sleeping room, but the caution is scarce
ly necessary, for it is seldom that any
great amount of bloom is attained in
house-plants in the winter. Again, the
ventilation that is necessary, and that
in every well regulated room is given,
secures from all harm, inordinary prac
tice, from the odors of flowers.
A bouquet left standing in the same
water for several days, as is sometimes
allowed, may become quite offensive,
but this case of decaying vegetable
matter is far different from living
plants. A light burning in the room,
or a small animal, like a cat or a dog,
occupying it, will vitiate and destroy
the atmosphere to a very sensible ex
tent but who objects to their presence
on this account? The least care in
ventilation corrects it all. In this con
nection we may well requotean ex
tract from a note we published last
year from the editor of one of our med
ical journals. He says:
"I think plants could be used as a sort
of vitaometer. The value of plants in
a health point of view is not yet appre
ciated as it will be, A room where
plants do. well makes a good living
room. The three sources of 'ill health
in in-door life, in winter in particular,
are first superheated air; second, too
dry air; and third, an air loaded with
carbonic acid. Kegulate the first two
conditions so plants will live and thrive,
and they will rapidly absd the acid.
Under our plant stand, my wife has a
long tray of water, which keeps the air
moist by evaporation, absorbs ths car
bonic acid, and our plants are the won
der of my patients, and the health of
our rooms. I can thus point many a
lesson in hygiene."
In conclusion, then, only discrimi
nating against those plants, the odors
of which we know to b disagresablt
or injurious to us. we can safely say that
plant in living or sleeping rooms are
beneficial in purifying the atmosphere,
and that a room with more or leas of
thrifty, growing plants lias not only an
air of refinement but literally a purer
air than without them. Floral Guide.
Dom Pedro's indifference to the rules
of palace etiquette during his stay in
Berlin horrified the German courtiers.
He apiared at the Empress' reception
wearing a black cravat instead of the
regulation white necktie, which, as the
Cologne Gazette observes, "is indispen
sable even at the White House in Wash
ington." Kaiser William and his Em
press called by appointment at the Hotel
de Home to return Dom Pedro's visit
but the Brazilian tourist was not in.
Astonished and somewhat chagrined,
the Kaiser gave directions to his coach
man to drive back to the palace, when
a droshky rapidly drove up, and a stout
elderly man in a gray overcoat crying
"Sire! Sire!" alighted, and springing
to the Imperial carriage helped the
German Empress out. The Emperor
William followed, and on reaching Dom
Pedro's appartments the latter apolo
gized for his apparently rude conduct
by saying he had gone to Prof, Iielm
holz's without previously setting his
watch to Berlin time, and a discussion
on physiological optics had so much in
terest for nim that he overstaid bis
time. The Brazilian sovereign had no
desire to see the barracks and parade
grounds of Berlin, but the university,
the art galleries, the scientific institu
tions, and above all the palace library,
underwent his careful inspection.
I'KOF. TYNIAI.Id WARlCIJfG.
In concluding an kiMrcsalo the student of
University College (London) Prof. Tymlall,
who is unquestionably one of tlie mot inde
fatigable bralM workers of our century, said,
"take care of your health. Imagine Hercules
an oarsman in a rotten boat; what can he do
there but by tlie very force of hi stroke expe
dite the ruin of his craft. Take care of the
timbers of your boat." The distinguished bcl
cntist's advice is equally valuable to all work
ers. We are apt to devote all our energies to
wielding the oars, our strokes fall firm and
fast, but few of us examine or even think of
the condition of our boats until the broken or
rotten timbers suddenly give way and we find
ourselves the victims "of a calamity which
could have been easily avoided bv a little fore
thought. What be pan with a efight fracture,
or perhaps even a careless exposure to disor
ganizing influences, ends In the complete
wreck of the life-boat. Tlie disease which
began with a slight headache or an undue ex
posure to cold terminates in death, unless its
progress be checked, and the disease reme
died. The first symptom, tho heralds of dis
ease, give no indication of the strength of the
on-coming foe, and the victim trusts that his
ally, Nature, will exterminate the Invader. But
Difcasc is an old general and accomplishes his
most important movements in the night-time,
and some bright morning finds him in posses
sion of one of the strongest fortifications;
and when he has once gained a stronghold hi
the svstem Nature ignomiuiously turns traitor
and secretly delivers up the whole physical
armorv to the invader. Like the wily politi
cian, Nature Is alwa son the strongest side,
and the only way to" iusure her support is to
keep your vital now era In the asceauant. Keep
your strongest forts the stomach and liver
well guarded. Do not let the foe enter the
arterial highways, for he will steal or destroy
vour richest me'rehaudise and Impoverish your
kingdom. To repulse the attacks of the foe
vou can find no better ammunition than Dr.
Pierce's Family Medicines. (Full directions
accompany each package.) His Pleasant Pur
gative Pellets are especially effective in de
fending the stomach and liver. His Golden
Medical Discovery for purifying the blood and
arresting coughs and cold's. If you wish to
become familiar with the most approved sys
tem of defense in tills warcfare, and the His
tory of the foe's method of Invasion, together
with complete instructions for keeping your
forces in martial order in time of peace, vou
can find no better manual of these tactics than
"The People's Common Sense Medical Ad
viser," by It. V. Pierce, M. D., or the World's
Dispensary, Buffalo, N. Y. Sent to any ad
dress on receipt of Sl.fiO. It contains "over
nine hundred pages, illustrated by two hun
dred and eighty-two engravings and colored
plates, and elegantly bound in cloth and gilt.
Westers School ol Telegraphy.
Exolbwood. Illinois. Mar 1. 1877.
(Formerly N. W. Telegraph Institute, Janesvllle,
Ever sluce we commenced supplying the
Western Union Telegraph Company with opera
tors, for Its Chicago City Lines the officers of that
Company nave been anxious that we snoald re
move our school from Janesvllle to either
Chicago, or tome point quite near there. In order
that, we might fill their orders for operators with
more facility. At a meeting or Telegraph Super
intendents and ourselves, held In Chicago, March
10, It was suggested tbatweremovetoKngleweodi
Illinois, seven miles south of Chicago, and were
promised If we would go there the great advan
tages of having the principal Hallway Tele
graph wires and one of the Weitera Union Com
mercial Telegraph wires pat Into our school
rooms, and also that our graduates would be
hired as operators by the several K. B. Companys
represented at the meeting.
The Importance of this arrangement to us and
our students caanot be overestimated. By It we
are enabled to place obi graduates In a direct
line of certain promotion to profitable employ
ment, and also to give actual easiness practice 1b
all branches of Railroad and Commercial Tele
graphy without going outside of our rooms.
We gladly accepted the proposition, removed to
Englewood, May 1. 1877, and are fully prepared to
receive students there. Fnglewood Baa aboot
4,000 Inhabitants, and is beautirnlly locates on a
rise of ground seven miles soath of Chicago, oa
three or the great trunk railways the Chicago.
Rock Island and Pacific, running from Chicago to
umana; inc rwauurg, rorx wayi e ana unicago,
running through trains f rnm New York via Ptfll
'delphfa and Pittsburg to Chicago, and the take
Shore and Michigan Southern, running throagh
i rains from New York via Albany. Buffalo. Cleve
land and Toledo to Chicago All these roads make
direct connection with other railroads, and as
almost all ra'l roads In the United States point
toward Chicago. w will be moch more easily and
cheaply reached at Englewood than Janesvllle. and
as Chicago Is headqnarters for all telegraph, and
railroad Superintendents, we can assist our grad
uates to promotion much better than heretofore
In fact enloyirur all the basinets facilities or
Chicago wita none of the unpleasant features
consequent upon a residence In the city.
We have arranged for boarding facilities supe
rior to what our students had at Janesvllle, and
at the same low rates-$S.OO per week with
onr school rooms are situated oa the third1 Boor
or Tllletson's brick block, directly over the post
Tlllotson's Woes: Is diagonally opposite and
Jnatwestof thscnlrago. Rock Island sad Pacific
and Lake Shore and Michigan Pouthera depot
(both companies use the same depot), and two
blocks aorta of the Pittsburg. Fort Wayne and
Chicago depot, and can bo plainly seen from
both, there oelngBo iaterven ag bnlldingc We.
have Placed a sign IP fret long oa the top of our
butldlnr, reading, "Western Pckool or Tele
graphy." We make the change of nasse that we
may not be roaronrded with the varloas hnmbojr
teleeraph schools throughout the eoantry that
use tho aame "Telegraph Institute."
We hare engaged a gntlemaa af loner experi
ence as railroad and express agent, to take chart
or oar Railroad and Zxeress riepartmeat. Tho
books, blanks, etc. used la this deaartaseat
are kindly furnished by tho aper!nteodent of
th Chicago, BurUogton and Qnlney Railroad.
Whenever rt Is possible for them to do so. eta
deata for our school shonli take one of the three
roads raaalac to Englewood at the nearest point
from home, aad thus avoid a change or cars: hut
these who cannot reach a by those roads direct,
sheald perehaae tickets to Callage. dast before
reacbtng Chicago the ageat tor the Chicago Omni
bus Transfer Company will pass through the
trala. of whom tickets can be ohtalred transfer
ring yoa aad your baggaee to the Chieaee. Rock
Islaad aad Pacific depot, from which trains leave
every hoar la the day for Englewood. Oa ar
riving at the latter place keen year baggage
checks aatll yea report at ear office aad have Beaa
assteaedto vour beardin honae.
There la ao omnlbas Mae at Eaclewood. hat the
ticket ageat at the Xaglewood depot will direct
voa to the school. la-the Tillage charter of
Englewood Is a elaaee forever f oruddtac the sale
of liquors la the Tillage, eoaseqaeatly there are
no aaieoas aad ao k afera la the place. We think
all wIU agree that this m agreed featare. We
shall have direct eemmaaleatlon hy wire with
the offices of the different sap riateadeats. aad
wheaaa operator is waatcd caa tarsias him la
It U impossible wlthla the MaMta et this circa -lar
to fully explata the BBeqaalled facilities ear
school wllloffer an Eagl wood, ant la coaelaaloa
we will aay come to aaglewood inspect oar la
stttatloa from cellar-to garret, aad If weeaaaot
show yea the most complete Telegraph School la
existeaoa, we will pay your axpoaaes there aad
There m ao arofeesloa ao ealekly acqalred as
TetegraastiBC, aad aeae that pays as well lass
short ansae. Theaverauge time repaired to leara
la rear meatus, sor rauj-aaracauare
with ataaaa. TAUITn
Managers Westera School el Telegraphy, Eagle
A little jrj ri safferinsT frwa the munpm.
declares that she "feels as though
headache had slipped down into her
Somesnehas discovered thi a wo
man can be agent, bat a Rent cant be
a woman. Tsis is one of the rules that
wont work both wars.
One swallow doesn't make a fiprinjr.
but nine grasshoppers out of ten do.
just when you think you've jjot your
hand on them.
Don't be insultan," exclaimed Prince
Cortschakoff. "And dont you czars
me, replied Safret Pasha, savagely;
"none of your czars around me."
A minister asked a new deacon if he
had family prayers. "Yea, sir; night
and morning, regular, if I have to
knock every one of the young ones
down on their knees."
A boy was riding en his father's
back, when the latter suggested that it
was rather an elevated railroad. "Yes,
pa," said the youngster, "I'm riding on
Early morning. Man with head out
of window "Halloa! Who's there?"
Man at the door "IJaker, with the
bread." "Oh ! WelL just put it through
At a restaurant the guest called the
waiter to him and remarked: "This
goose with wine sauce would be most
palatable but for a slight mistake the
age is in the goose, and not in the wine."
It Was in Boston. A low, musical
sound came up from the closet under
the stairs, and the mother listened. It
was her little son softly singing to
himself. "I need thee every hour."
"How glad I am that I took my boy to
hear that sermon or "Closet Devotions
at the Tabernacle last evening," said
she. Then she could not forbear atei
ping quietly to the closet door to catch
a glance at the "dear child,'' the "pre
cious lamb bless his heart!" So she
did. And she saw him saw him de
voutly engaged in humming that revi
val hymn, and also running his finger
around in the preserve jar! And there
the devotions broke up broke up amid
groans of reientence for sin found out.
Cheerful ueea the Offsprlagr of Health.
That equable state of the mlml which Is un
ruffled bv trifllnp incidents, and looks on tlie
sunny fcfde of things in general, is the re
emit of a healthful state of the brain and
otomach. Tlie dyspeptic and uervous invalid
may although this li rare indeed feign
cheerfulness, and may lear the harrasslng
nyniptoms which persecute him with an as
sumption of heroic indifference, but in rcalltv
he is the victim of despondency. To experi
ence genuine cheerfulness of mind, the stom
ach must recover its lost tone, the thinking
organ its normal quietude. Hosteller's Stomach
Bitters are the best remedy for mental depres
sion, since they overcome the nervous debility
and Indlgestlou which originate and foster it.
PenPoint Mifferinic from iuMrmltiea peculiarly
incident to the decline of life, ladies In deli
cate health, aud convalescents, derive solace
and vigor from Its uae. Drive away the blues
and revive the dnwpiug energies" with thih
grand stimulative tonic
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I FEEL DUIX IMS STUPID.
We hear bear this every day. and why Is this,
because you are bilious. Quirk's Irish Tea wilt
set yoa right. Wbxls Elliott. Agents. N. T.
McDonaltj's Tube Fexcb. The most beau
tiful as well as the cheapest and best iron
fence in the market is McDonald's Patent
Tube Fence. The frame is made of wroueht
iron, and the castings are bolted on. The
fence may be set on a stone wall or used with
out. Various designs are furnished. Ad
dress A. Y. McDonald, Dubuque, Iowa.
of Dr. Marshall's Lnn Simn
eompletelr eared my child era a vere eeie of
Croap. I have used a great maay different Coogh
medicines, hat have nerer foand anv so emclemt
as Dr. Marshall's. J. W.gramiAX.EUart,lnd.
For sale la every drag store.
Nature, in her luxuriance, has clothed the
hills and the dales with herb and shrub, whose
occult natures merely require the earnest ap
plication of the scientific and inquiring mind
to reveal their curative properties, for in the
vegetable world a kindly providence hasplaced
healing for all nations. The only speeucs for
any disease yet discovered are vegetable in
their nature, and while quinine has been ac
cepted as the onlv remedy for one class, the
extract of the Buchu plant is rapidly taking
its place as a sovereign remedy for other of
those ills which afflict humanity. The trpe of
disease to which It is remedial is a broad one,
and its BiaBifeetations are legion, bat it msv
be stated in general terms that all diseases o'f
the urinary organs, whether caused by climate,
irreeularity, or self-generated, submit at once
to the operation of its power. HelmboWo
Bnchu for all such complaints, fr the result of
long research, and is acknowledged superior
to all other preparations.
Read's Sorb Throat and Gatarrb
Powder, acts like magic and is one of
the wonders of the age. It cures almost
any case of throat disease in a single
day. Sent by nail on receipt of 50 eta.
mDre, IfdL; VacSchaack, Sterenson A
Reid, Chicago, Agents.
Read's Grand Ducmse Cologne
took the Centennial Medal and is the
r3iest in Amwrica. Twenty-fire cants
ajdf LOO per bottle.
BaTSTor TaTAYTsauuBUB Cocas. EverTeas
aloaed ay aavtagr taaea eoM, waiea It glowed to
raa tta coarse will seea week Its way tase tee air
Moaagea, aad taern te to laaaa. aad if a
- fcv ami sack
as ZUerfa Extract et Tar
waica taaarlvatted rorau
aad a expeaaive
ry eemaiafata. Prtaa s casts, larae aecust,
Pa. WaaCTaMwigaaaasCTBiBaio fat Masse aBsaasmsj ce. aaeeaieamem. ma
BmBTBaa. I neeemeevsiiasaa Teeaammmwm m ao see mem urnm wamas) to mDWBEKXBBBKmm
Tsx BrT sUxjta-o Wtat; TartoLWe tall
special atUatice to Uh sirrrUcal t
Frcstrre BrbJ Wire Fcace C. TWr
fescc j-ara asaav potato c? cBwti5
orrtr sur ibxl aa JurcVjiwc hs o5rrri v
U pablic. ad cwprcUJIj Is ii B7wrVmy cJ
the btrb. which U dk of tix t'- rfeaTrm!
iron vr kUL It I rexV a tesSf p4re fct
oat of tte eoBtl true, -TTCtlEyc Uzr jwr-v
fee points ttid in pvwltkmty
tMttcd arocsd the hut. TV frtscr ffl &o
nut vbm tho barb I pet to, h ecalrr t
cax where the baft U eosod arvu&J lh trr
This bub wOl U: tvfc xt ixtg . 1&.U Ucit
I woend sjvanl the wtrr. Aifelrw Frrstrr
iUrbni Wire Troc C Ironldth, IU.
My de.-." aM Mr. S to hU bluoadT '
brlpowt, "l mutt cooralsUlc iraui ur
recent Injprmrt&cat tn cVr, Meruit, hrra.1.
rolU, every Uad of partry la short. -ta
Mid tiw? wife, "re toJtol Ibr Tt In .lc
the jrrcatrst Ihtcj in UV tnarkrt for Ualtac
Ilxt" Yaurr 1'ot'tfc. Hrocrforih tat
kitchen knows no other '
i'emalard t:ii-av4wm Kmle.
Every UMxhaaic, lumberman, fanarc, aii
every orc hari&z use for a rule thootd trad at
postal card for descriptive drrtlar
E. Smith Co.. KfOrfard 111.
The recent arccoelca of Mrcarx Bko. ,t
Gttir to the proprictorhip of the Oiflou
House. Chicago, La dctaontrtl a fact rrj
important to the proplr of Uwr Vorthwrst,
that a flrt-clA hotel cxn t krpt in Chicago
without miWlnc the cfcarr exorbitant. Tbrre
is no neater, cleaner, nor mre itjlieh hotel tn
Chicago, none with a ttt-r tabic, not"- w hero
the HtUe and err-al ccntial rrclrr nvnr a:
tention, and it charge arc only fit) aad
S2..V per day. It U kcatcU on Moan- trv-t,
bctwrcn StMle. and Waltash aicnue, and di
rectly opjjItc the Palmer
1TCiI1XJ I'ILK -
Rymptnms arc Molrtarr, IHatrrtitB JtOln a
tboof h pin worsa were craw liar la atxl atat
the rwluiB. tartlralarlr a! blcbt, 1 1 prtvat ruii
are annrttmet eaVctcd. SWATSII OlT.
ME.NT." pleasant, saracor alto for ttr. all tkla
disrates. Maitnl to ear addressee receiptor price
yu a box. ortarec boxrfLS. A4dra Utters.
Dr. Swayec A Hon. 70S Jlortb hlltti HU. ?bU41
phla. sUalt by T. O. order, or respite ted Icltrr.
MrTo prreerve anlBial Baiter ft any lnJ
after death, artificial meats Bin be emplored.
Tito, te arp aeo ollllte the ittni of rattle, tbep
are tanned and enrrlsd. vartoo mean being en
ploved lntreproceM. until leather" U lEe re
salt. To further preere tbls prodoet, it is
eeeeiaarr to taaka ceeailonal appllratlon of
preparation similar to tboe natvj by corners.
Tie teat known eotnr-oanil of tbla tort ta I'aeie
Hb'i Uarbt(1l.wMcb lenders leatber sort aad
r 'liable, and rfretnall) eloaea lb pr agaiuat
be entrance of tlaeipnaea, dust, and I be tuner
oh other deleterton InSaencea wblch tend to
hasten lb decay of leather.
There U no doubt that tlie 1'at Wrf-1 Box
Stove INvlloh Vwlc is the quickest puliah and
the cleanest to use, of any
Patentees and inventors should read the
advertisement of Edon liros., (etablLhrd in
ISfifi,) in another column.
One thing we can ar for htonebraker I.lver
11 1 1 a. ! that tber ate an excellent remedy for
Wck Ileadaebe, Ittlouinris. Coatlveiieaa. and for
Drspekila there It no equal, a few dore relieve
all such caie. Vilceacenu a tx.x or . for 91.
e et Her eteawedy Hetewai i emai to cab
TKK's Kitikot or Rmakt Wit for breaking
up a cold and curing hoaraene. pain tn the
breast, side or bsek, sorenea f the fler nd
bones. stlCuess of toe joist, annmp, swrllnl
W .,...V, III'M'M't nuUIII JI'H IISW JUII
Il,n linMH flTA..l .m B.KBA b.uk
roraea in pniuv ronoiiioo ror )our prltlx and
hnrnmer work? If so. several thlnr should be
strictly obaerved. good rare, rrsntar Teed and
liberal currying are among the eaaenttal. hot do
not fall to give them Vnci.u ijLM t'onniTiom
pownrtn arrnrdlng to dlrertlona. aod ton will be
well rewarded for -our expenao and trouble r"o
ale by all druggUts
Sr. HfHrll.of Okie, : I be tried
Ir Carter' Comtennd Kxtract of Mnart Weed
at the bedside tn ntirneroiii eaiea of Acute!)) a.
entery and othr Iiowel arTeetiona. and aln tn
IMptherla. aud have found It lurprldngly efflet.
elona- It aeem almoat a sracinr' te theerae
HO! EVERY ONE!
Al' In nee or a Crt-rla lluitr. 'arrlKe.
Two Heated Light Spring Warona, ior 1 prlrin
should by all meant i itend itirvirtt Aiirrlon
Vale of T. I- J.eW.AlT. at KreHtt. IM'tiol Maj
U.V and 7K aed eeure Kreal lmraltn Ti.ee
aalet have hereiorore given great mrrf o to
all piirrhaKer. All t hi work I ma1 infer uiy
fupcrvlnlou and warranted for two yetr. Will
be aold without te.erve to the b cheat tildder. ti
eight month's lime, without InUrrat en ap
A TaWJiA. TneonTy"nreremeily. Trial park
'agerrec. I. MMIT1IMUHT. Cleveland, tiblo
ffOPv ANN'S HOP PILLS for PeverandAgt
J1 Thev rtrM onre an' are a i rrventlve.
PMSIMS A S HOCTl is.erea.ed.
- write col. u Itlngham A i o Attorneys for
Claim. Patents. I and Tit lea. Wanhlngtoa. . c.
0B Q WATCHES Cheapt-.t III tlm known
TV A w,'ld. ."tmUr vorvA an.t ,Ht fr in AyU.
To !l mr
ta every sstyaad soaaty Bead for sjeseler aad ariea
I to Jeaa T. Ore, M Dlamead SC.
PKlVfif AeTm "tatter bow slightly dis
STSXSISSOiailW.,,1, Inneaseti i.roeureil.
Advice aud circular fre. WM. J. WHAT. VS
Carpenter Ktrevt. Pbltadelphla. Pa.
ye-r to A?f .t. ntit f
t-Shsi I.Vn . for term ad
d re-. . J. II., rtA J CM..Af.i....J-.
iTta iius noRU, Ublcacu. Hi
warAMTSCt UimkI active ranairr and atfeet
seller, to sell '.'new I) pat.teuted io cent arti
cles that everybody wants. Sample by mall, sue
Information tree. J. V. Mtkiukr. Iiubuque.lowa.
AAASflcbjr one Apeut IniT da). jaricw
iiamMSeiataLartli:l a. Satnplt4 free. Aililrt-.
WVIOnr C. M. IlXllaJT4WtCiaeaw.
rOPIIAM'8 .nrmmn J?" IS-rTsl.
lOipnmis ifLUIIlL. rii pacaage rree. t.
CO., 19. H.
Oth street. Philadelphia. Pa.
TDAI- Importers prices. Largest Company
aciA9an America, staple article. Trade
coatluually tacreaslDg. Agenu wanted every,
where. Send fer circular to Ron bet Wblia.
4 Veeey street. N. Y. P. o. Bix, lar;.
sxlNVmNTOKS I !-
KBsav sans.. I and For-
Patent Aeenta. Wuhlnvtnn n r. r.atah.
ed In 19B6. Pee after allnwuiw. rirenlar of
Instructions, references, etc.. sent free.
NEURALGIA and RHEUMATISM!
I have tbeonly remedy In the world that bktkb
vails to care Neuralgia and seldom fslls In
Kneamattsm. 1 will tend by mail enough to cure
three rases for one dollar. Address. O. A.
BYBNS. M. D.. Cooperstown. Brown Coanty. IIL
oaaa.a. J. u.. v,u
01!? f AfJOa.atfSSi:
lyajajftsTj. only Snceeasfal
Remadr. Rend for Patter on
Its consequence and cure. Drs.D.d L-Mbekcb.
La Porte. Indiana, Box 47V
Combination or Capitals
New mode or or
Stocks. Loss impossible.
ProSts sore. Kxolsnstorv
Broad street. P. o.
OREAN CO.. Brokers. M
Box SW. New Tork.
s A Beer susir ArtlSlelal asy.
Cwaaaafi Having bad charge aid manafactured
t YiartincTil limbs rr the late Ur. Illy.
I 1 more than fifteen years. I can now
If make the Ban and Socket Leg. or a
) Patent Ankle Jolatard CortJ, of my la-
s Tention. whl:h has no equal for
strength anddnrabllltv. For farther partlcolara.
ad iress J. Dawes. 1T0 Went Ave., Rochester. N.Y.
SJre. Sr. Keek.
office and rest-
ETCrv one afflict
ed with tbene sore
death and loath
should sead to her at once tor book or testimoni
als or her unparalleled and wonderful cu res for the
last eight years Instruction for cere free. Can
be cared at home; no detention from business.
VEW AND ELEGANT STYLES, with Tamable
Organists and 3tas1claaa everywliev
these Orgaas and recommend them ae Stbictxt
PtasT-CLAS Id Tee, ajechaalsm aod DaraMI
Ity. Warranted Five Tears. Send for Prise Uses.
WHITHaT DOIBIIUUAS COL, UBIBCy, IIL.
Lehman A Rice, Agts, Maalc dealers. Pes aloines-
easketPB Oompeadlam Is a superior work on
PoDmaasklp: it consists or text teek ae a great
variety or aialaaad eraameMaleewysit: ssore
elegant writers owe their oeaatlfal aaadwriUec
te iais won teae aay etaer teacBer.
ror ff 1. Addrea a J. S. BO LM. A vera. 1 ova.
Twunaer raxo totbaooo
im te woua JkhWL Wmr
it taks no ones
tie rnitxriBicci a.f
1S4 Wsmmr SX. H. T.
ONX-HOLK BAND. AND
Twe-Hete Haad, or Power
wltk raw attached. Not ex
celled, if eejea'ed.oyaayotBr
make. Saperier lead, aid
W. tt. A W. KAKNFB.
C. Smarm aaammasi
01. ClteOK'S Wilt OF TAI .
M Temee ed . bbIMi
Seed ae rereed 1
VV Creek 0
afH ttee aay eiatilbe
tetr It te rta l
tile maMaai goeliUee l
Tr ae4 aesle4 t
!: mf tie Ullll eS
at I kaV r fee l
rtJIS rare) ra.
fUee. 4 tiateHbe. i
ke eteJ ee f
AeSmamea eased aeCajmsms.
Itw. tat It kaa We .
asl a lrt1 (
0-wle tm sis meweaes.
lde. eV Baeveaa. tieeteel
ee Silelmep aeSaesaee. 4.e.
f tv t rtmarp e
L4e ta.slel it Ved
It te a retelllee tmr tmw resssma4lem.
II laevlema eeiBaeeter Twwlr.
aeieeee tkve Aefe4l,
treaase tme apeaesm.
mewteree tme Weak suae) 0e04llm(d.
erassee lm rewm mlwet.
Silee 4eee te yeat By
-lAi4e reaaex! v t Aod a
Wl&eefTar. TTy oae taotUe.
Dr Crvoke Wl&e&l Ta WtU
rvtsaove It at ooo.
t'Sfr msiww AIIUIISl
or prwtnpi svitd st ty
cure ua Ir. Crook w wAam ed
Tar. You ouly tveeal Tsksnma
twttle to ea r-nriiisml
4 Keemeetv whlefe kae tmesi
leUl ftr yeera svad be
ootae noud tar relle-tsg aS
uroetc&tei mao a g
to be trteO by all enaWtad!
j. WIU too let pref mile
l a sasaUla aray,
Btaad ta tae amy
Dr. Cruoae Wise Tar
ahceUd be need foe all Lang
sdueaam, prueaoua ekamctoratloa.
beeaUilng, aad affords Immediate teUeat
aad taeJUi IbUaera from tU asm.
of alt ThroeXaKtl Long trva-
bias la Ir. Oookw Iklae mf
Far Salt fey til Drugglitt.
I. LmUTal S CS PreorUtere, 4 YTwS,
kmKM o Otieer Cro. Cev
c lm e
Zt -. e
Tlfl? lirt'frvi'lAV7 fV
Improveil tar IM77.
R. U HHKLIU.V. we.ia..n. Wlaeonttn. Oeneral
Wrjieri Aeetiu for aale with moet pr rnleent
agrirnltnraT machine agent tbrougauut the Wi.
Capitals, Brackets. Medallions,
And all kind of Architectural Plaaler Work,
manufactured by K. MBJITM A .. IM and I
HtateMt.. opjvoalt lhel'alo.r llrua- tlllCAUO,
I III noli. gae-.Hefi.t for illustrated Cauiogue,
TKY A KOX OP THIS AXD
XOXJ WILL USE NO OTUEB.
Portable FAX XNCrQvX
BEST IX THE MAatJmET.
Hat mire gtol points
than any (Bginc made.
ScnJ lor circular.
ManuCtctiiren of Portable and Stationary Kncrvet,
Partable MoLar and CircuUr Saw 14 ill i. IrauTiU
Machine. Shmjle Machine, Sutc Drcsacrs tt-C
TheTrlal Confeee Km and Kiepstlon of
John D. Lee
OWI MASSACRE, t-r -i J.m 77m
mti r Mormonlam solymamy
oj ANN ELIZA, tU frth WrPB? VI6MAb1
YOU NO. Taa mTi r t men! yUwkt. 20O
r '-"-yy- AOECrt WAjrnCD. rT"'
I .. .yt-1 tonwj. V.tmnii eirnier, fi.
Oustin, CHman A43e "ercMk.cur.ttW
Ta tesa tm levew. aTssdesra eramam.aad
aevtheveederm aHaeaarl upea Improved
farms la sams of 0Md aad a swards, ror a term
or s to S years; Uteres at per eeat, payaole
Choice Iowa loeas of 11.099 aad apwards. made
at per rent Interest.
SCHOOL BOND WANTED. Arelyte
sjatagiAM at TCaerva.
Gcoeeli Biaffs. Iowa.
T tatneaue vrntiat
traied. A Mmg9 Oatd
tarajaT. Keeled er tea
iVrhtri aad a Prtrate
Xeteal AVartaer oa Wt
I onta4 ebeae ef t
Ma!e lUvmSarUn eexaee.
Oerati lf&j oH Imyvai. wxh IM fcrat ocaa
at" can. t f aa OArm n rT el TS eas. a
made by Ageets eat.
w'r wwjiag oar tTBromoe, Ctayeas. aad
ag ear rnromoa, Crayeaa, aad
me Reward. Mocte. aerlFtere Text
it. Pita re aad Chroma rafds. sdm
samples, worth aVS. seat tsstjaajbl
traied catalesrae free. i. BL So.
I roe tb. iirae
BOOToe. KeUMleaed I
as Cr-.,oj sjb
S efeXleTCI3: irH-22--:&
I .'2 2a
T3 -e4ne-1Fv-T-1 - 3-a 2.
CD SwCA-SCeUl a. -i--s,5-
are ssfl ibwiIo P-3z:
aW da?llawllllldmBaaBaB K
BABBED FENCE WIRE
AtteaUoa la called te tats NEWLY PATaWTSD
BAKB. aad lis aeeiieatioa ta fecce wire. A eteee ta
spectlea awl trial will smUary aU tkat for tae aae
oaerea xe tae pabueiaet will temparewttk rats, la tae tret Maes, tave Beta
Baade of tae eemCkareeal area or toot. Bora U made eat at a Steele eteee
-eeteateftaesaxd tree piaesaUBg rora peeleetisa: polata. SraUv keid ta
Poiuob ey tee wire aeiae; iwmtea areas tae Bark,
mere taesa wttaeet tae asei
er Tease, or ror raem
Klaae aavd aTsMer.
IfJT aaaaSt Hlf tlV Ufatti.
Tke esuy BaaaT tkat win
BaasPS, tttt JHU BaawasaL jfc
" I mTl yfmT sTjtTsl'a smT
I I VtA VCuamleN
! f .ammmmmesaewaaw eXJmmlmT mT I
I smmmfmmmtalT ?. emiBmmml
WO- LeM a at arlewl. HeeeJaaaH'a
Urt;U!i J Ve fd a l.iW-. UaA
wil, - -rj at r .iT7 feAe I IVe
laavd. We tw r ),Sit.ajy CkWVte
irkl wJ ! tv tsJwd Hm Ua
tV rwd etl 4 1a fmneftt Ve a
deft 13- a ISJk T1w enrpH " awJ
ai wk,U 4 va. ek.- I ere mU I.
II te Cood Par
artetefw a Ceaeo
re4 atei ta SWes,
teawe ta S'wy..
tarK t?4 aaaeea.
Wekaee e Jetwle.
Cetr4tS af 1mU
OkJaWfeN trim tUkn,
t.lb aad RtImmw
yiFa W b,
UJ of ii kJCt
Caaoe. lame raa.
PI L ee. rarer,
AWm Of U t-'dJef,
! Welted Le(.
Cltrart rBfs a iettre (rHs ! A la. AStad
UaaOTre .V M Ja SO. JStA. TV. aaedfet
.arrttac OUi i U Wat teat UiUm aed It
rl'M ftl etltellra. We freaeaUy Va
fall fr It l pCei f"B rwcwaaedaw f
CYKt Seat pJatr!a&, aad Ukare U ae aUalaka Wei
wu l .&trnt,
HiUt frvaa letter frwta Ile Natk.ee Ud
rj loaftty Jie f Vlfc? alj lni 4IH
ltl. AtU I. t -U i ede4l rxr4
u as; ot&er llatBt aoi4 ta 111' Mll
Kitraet frvaa a tritee tmta It M nuotVer Jl
ed lab. M Af 1 171 I aaa eUie Urn
b4t)ee e-f jwr titrrttar t'U ! I i: aa
tmttie of aBT t4jM-r ItataaeaL
Ktlmrt frtian a Uttee fHna J II tHaaveaaarr
dl-d runt, Cerikee Nallua tad. Te "vrH 3,
)l-1 kj fin uritng Vul , H U rap4
WrrrbsHl' fiargllMB 0U I IV a4
rj llalmeal t tae I a'u-1 ntatee OtaHtuiul
1-CVV Larpe ! II toadlaia id aauall EW
'mail atae Uit t um SV kiaitxlarnl al
Luc.tort, N Y Kt Vtr.abi arr'ec iHt
J00MN MNSMar.. Ser'r.
IMAMS 4 WESTUKE
rterburae'a Pat t as atb l
wrrtTt at a
IhrAdaatsA WotiakcMfj-.O ,..
(Irralrr (a par II
vaaa t rraaa
l TtlU tlUtI t'
A I lftl. at Rl
mil ouaiaadaae Wet
ter anu uuiriarthiaut the wrdlaat) iI r I
atove. weaning and Itwnins far larffe fsMiiiee
rati be don witbwut Mfeaviao Tm MICMB"
(ar-A'iKTa wamk" r.VKKTWiiaast.
end fr llluatrateil i Ireulara aad lrma
IVURNSMM. OkH It tleJk at IkUege
riABIII'in'M TOIIKT MOAP.
tae tmtet aad
ItlSetat aad ae
rept I a ntr a U
nt rear er
artentlSe a l
menafaeture ut rt, r Heitiu h f, "e
tareftei ai4 w tiger the pablletfce riNPXT
TOILP.TKOAP IN TUB V41KLI. r Ibepareet
vegetable nlla aaett lb IU laennfseteta. Per t'a
la Ik) Mareer It Itae fcajwel. Werta tea
lltnee Ita eot ui rr mulber abd laaatlr la
t brUtendom Han.f.1. IkI (ubielnlng Irakeeaf
anubreera.il, nt free t't aaa rddreeaoa reeelwt
it Tj real
dife m.w, bsbbiii, wee aewst
for t:r wr ail uiaaeuta.
R. P. HALLI
PL AST EH.
A (letvaatt m
U tiwtanlead to a w
pUatoe . e4. abaa afHae
U lnUf, DflOMt a tul tml mf I
Jof ns(nT the rauat laweefvl rMaadUl aaiel t-n Um Ke
.V" 'Ure('v, wm filiMMo huI. Wmm
Mwkmwii. IUe9eUarrfVei. WW Vf trseWaata.
or Mnt tr aaail i-n r4f A aa. T- a- .
AA.jr Mk-.l.l, MANS da W, PrefalaaWa. ml
Wabeab.T , (Xaceco-
dlf ereat maehtaas wtta
which Mallaara. (,aMMt
Maker. Wagofl Makaee
at Jobbers In Mlaeatle.
neou work raa aoaiaaaa
aapjVAUTT t parcawita
team -nmmt manafeetartaej,
aleo Araatear sappllea. saw
blade, fancy wood aad da.
signs. Mr where jreo reed tats
and end for rsyalogee aed rt
ee. w. p. a Jnum Raaeaa
Kaekford. Wlaaebega Co.. Ilia.
TUd 1 year. Taj' 4
la na. A ewM ww-aj w-t
re rwer. Bad wiS awt
wa acita is sates iite
a rafai i
If yoa wast fceeltby. vigoreas fewts. key
HOUDsN CHICKEN POWDER,
a wiattf weaaattea of CTBimiJaVJO t m BSkd St
eeata a peek age. It Is warraatod tjgtve aaae.
e Seat by maiL at. M. a0wPmf I , wrsv
prs eomr, Coveev maws aae
BELL mi HACKMIC Y,
tae we Capes! aewJldlaa,
Daa Moraas. Iowa.
ttaau BBaetaeaUaao aad aetia
seetieae aad eedmaaa made far ail
elaaaaa of trstUlssm. Coart Heeeae aad
Coart neeeae eaxs areea
a saeetaOty. Correedeaee ae ictia.
MASK TWAIJI1 yKW BOOK!
Is raaoy rr aaeatc. Dea get kamrad MM
tiwe not awed f e terrltorr ee etreeie;es
ivtiirit retllB1SA CO
II RaadatpB street. Cke9tH.
isudadL ae0riaaTkae beee
ae ae te lewder IS
hoo un pio
iUT ekaje tmt U fat lef
tkat reasisoa t ae made at tke
e saara muu la tae
te keep K save.
aWaaTWeW IbYBBBBv II, BWaBBB
BmBaraawawae5BA ' I ilwR
BfgfgL- ICHICACO J
aae rails' tmsmaarMe te re
ar saaset tevetsver.
aatat SawaVCal CakU BBllllaB, SaB.
WiZ&i: ts: .
r ' was)e-we
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