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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1877)
M, GARDENAND HOUSEHOLD
A Great Field of Wheat
f r If t "eat.
pm V 6helby of lhis Citv Vice
Srf c f d TreaSUrer of Grand
w ? Iudiana Ililroad Company
, has gone to Dakota Territory to super
mtenclthe barvcatin5 of a ffcldcontain-
loff 0f wheat' owned bv It
self, Geon W. Css of Pittsburg, and
U1 Dalrymple of Mi nnesota. The use
ot 2u reai)ers for two weeks will be
necessary in ozder to harvest the crop,
m wmch is estimated at 100,000 bushels,
and is valued atSioooo when threshed.
-Lhe gram will be moved bv rail 4W
miles to Duluth, then shipped by sail
direct to Europe. The land used is a
part of the subsidy granted bv the Gov
ernment to the Northern Pacific liail-
to&. Grand Rapids (Mich.) Eagle.
Aiiii7.,Hn(1 ,np Wajlo Ke.-p Tin-in.
Lse great care in picking Uiem irom
the trees, and when transferring them
-r iium me n;ifket to the barrel handle
, . hke eggs. Get the best granulated su-
n gar barrels to keep them in, and when
the barrels are full cover them with a
thick paper to keep them from the air.
uen witn a barrel header nress the
lea Ha ;.. .,...1 i ., , ..
lw. " , auu Ktiej) mem out 01 the
kfC.iTi"' fllfjr 'm ln4
: " 'aicuyou can witiioui navinc
gliyreeze. Put thfin in the drvest
fhtiai tf thf eeJ.'ar, and raise
'rom the cround threp 1rt nr
n fids, and do not open or dis-
Tfrpused to the air by opening
"nls to inch tht-m over, some of
ipfs will rot and others will
7ftx eeiitilcitl s .f Wheat.
Mr. ; roe fN. C; Jiiujuiier s.iys:
'w PafL-. inch ester received ;i sin;ill
a J)Pp Tlifcat fn.m the Agricultur-
ed. -jj;.it Jast fall, which he sow-
Uint tu-o' ' ?:,s "rowing he noticed
k'nJ of cf.93 produced a different
r"I-'e he ''from the rest, and when
t!jehi-'Ui'1 eleven heads from
r v tl0 rrr., i , ,
JT Phnij ' :U" has saved them
of uie ji. ft "Wn. The six- and shape
SJstft- Hip cunositv. Thov
.t-.uie one ana half inches inlength
, about one-foarth of an inch wide
d one-third of an inch thick, the
TrJa;;,s LeiS i tvo almost separate
c.usters, the whole head having a cooil
deal the appearance of an ear of com
with about three rows shelled out on
1 Y0,01'1 osile The heads averai?-
f f eiShty giains c.ch. lie wishes
to und out the name of the wheat, if
any one lias :iny knowledge of iL
- TIKlit I.ariis for Ily.
The ceuer.il m.iTii,.. .,.,.".. - .
probably is that barns with air spices
between tlie boarding are better adapt
e to cure and preserve hav than barns
with very tight boarding and a tight
bottom. Hut this opinion is founded
upon the supposed fact that free ac
cess of air will assist in earning off
fciffp.us moisture, and prevent heat and
fermentation, which supposed fact is
im a fact at all. when applied to a bo-lv
of uncured hay. When this uncured
grass is spread in thin layers on the
.field and exposed to the ni'r tii.. m..;c.
-- ---. .-.-t ..v "H't.l
"i"'"s earned off so rapidly as not to
Jmt any heating or fermentation,
1 When placed in :i iliifL- lmrltr i..
mw, the heat, with access ol air.
taises rapid fermeniation. The oxygen
of he air feeds the lermentation. and
this becomes the active cause of its
tmction. This principle is'f:imili:ir
to the good hoii'-ewife who jrestrve
bwfuit in an air-tight jar. We tried
jprcxppriment some years ago. which
applied this principle to keeping green
ckspr. We look a large linseed oil-cask,
unheaded one end. tilled it with ureen
Clover MISt in blossom. rnnt.-iimnr .,11
its sap, rammed 111 solid, replaced Ua - I 1 1 ' t .
,iunfl V ., , 1,utu- --p-j-i.hriniig tribes desired to marrv
ver.mSllmionhii-m Ier j,;irentSi hnu.vt.r, desired
air-spaces with white lead and paint
POn opening.ten months after, the clover
blossoms were found almost as bright
as when put in.
We have tried various pieparations
for coloring butter, including the ordi
nary annatto. as kept in the drug stores.
and several of the lijuids put up leady
for lis. by different manufacturers.
While.custimers insist on a high color,
it is necessaiy for dairymen to use art
iicial coloring, and the butter of some
cows is so devoid of tint that it is un
salable without coloring, although the
lli-vofaay be faultless. Some people
taste with the eye. and for them appear
ance must be considered. While arti
ficially colored but'er brings 0 or 10 cts.
pound more in the market, than
fulJe"ircm the cow, coloring mat-
wiune Tised. . irrot juice is objee-
Imabie; most of the preparations of
hnatto are made with potash, and the
mprepared paste is difficult to manage
'properly, although we have procured
jie hnest tints bv its use. We have re
cently tned a preparation made in oil,
b Mrs. SmUh, of Arch street, Pailaile!
1 hia. an "-perienced dairy manager,
w hiding. ves an unexceptionable tint,
.and being free from alkali, will the bet
ter lease these w ho object to the alkali
rtions. It is well to avoid too
tor, and in practice we have
one half the qmuitity recom-
P?d to be used by the makers of t h
Jiarations is 11 ffc There never
redJmtter, and an excess of color-
Tug produces this shade. A fine lemon-
tint is the proper one, and in using col-
oringt is lest to err on the side of
ecy.oB rather than excess. ji wit ricai
The time is fast approaching when
amateur florists begin to think of their
winter window gardens, than which
not hint can afford more ple:isure to the
le lolfr of flowers. Even if you
i-iye not much sunshine you need not
r Give up flowering plants and
ite vines, depending on leaf foli-
effect- There is that graceful
, tAie Madeira vine. Start a plot
l each corner of Ui window-sill.
we frame abnvp. Ynn
:u "r . , . .
-vJJi- a pyramia uiat
I -a hanging pot with a little of
things in iu Put in a little "money,"
or "Tom Thumb ivy," one of the hardier
members of the Coleus family, ana then
add "Dusty Miller." Hang another pot
below fi led in the same way. Indeed,
put in as many as you can tastily. On
the window-sill below range a Qle of
Flora's knights, anything pretty for
its leaves. Put there a sweet-scented
geranium, ijegonias are pretty for leal
effect, and are reasonably sure to blos
som without large doses of sunshine to
stimulate them. Your fuchsia won't
be likely to 11 nver, but it will run, and
its drooping branches will have all the
effect of vines. You may do something
with the periwinkle, the varied leaves
of which have a fine effect. It will be
easy though to secure a busiy b;ise for
our pyramid. An ivy goingabout and
over the window will make a rich
frame for this pretty picture, while as
the side-tendrils of the Maderia vine
shoot out, you can swing them in fes
toons across the window.
1IIL OJtlCIN OF MAN.'
'Tw:is a lovely summer morning, in the
year !L01 Ji. C. The woods of :tne
gambia were clothed in their f.ir
est costume, the lovely birds were chirp
ing and singing their morning lay 3 ; the
sky was one vast sheet of blue every
thing, in short, was full of sweetness
and light, except the lovely Lady Ade
liza de Chimpanzee. She was In the
dumps. Moodily she rubbed hershoul
ders against a huge palm tree, and.
while performing this act, heaved a
vast sigh. Just at that moment her
mamma aropped from the tree above
"My daughter," said the Duchess de
Chimpanzee, "why that sigh V"
"Ah, mamma, look at me," said Lady
Adeliza. "See how different I am from
the rest of our tribe. See how white 1
"My daughter," said the Duchess, lan
guidly, as she seated herself on a con
enient bowlder, "you should be proud
of the difference. It is a distinction
We are a higher race."
"I don't know, mamma. Se what
little caudal appendages we haw. All
the other folks can hang from the trees
by their tails, but we are compelled to
sit on the limbs."
"We are advancing, my dear. You
are whiter than 1 am. You can talk in
your mouth; I could not until middle
ase. Your grandmother, as you know,
can only grunt it. You are moving to
a higher sphere."
"Well, mamma, none of our folks
will marry me," said Lady Adeliza,
"No, my child; it has been decreed
that there should be a selection of the
fittest in marriage. We have offered
you to the Prince d'Orang Outang, who
is even whiter than you are, as his
"Oh, mamma." gushed the Lady
Adeliza, "that's splendid! Wili become
H est rain yourseif. People of hih
blood and short caudal appendages
never get excited. He wili be here in
a short time."
Lady Adeliz.i went away to look for
cocoa nuts, and the Duchess sat on a
rock, and reflectively scratched her head.
( uaiti:i: 11.
The Duke de Cl1impan7.ee was chh'f
of a very huge tribe. If he had been
in the snow business he would have
made an everlasting fortune, fie had
but one daughter, the Lady. Adeh 1,
and. as she would inherit the'liv stock
over which h- ruled, ouths of the
that she should be, if possible, the foun
tain of a new race, to which all their
traditions told them they were working
up. They determined that she should
wed the Prince d'Orang Outang. The
Duke proposed the matter to the Prince.
"Aw!" said the Prince, as he adjusted
his eye glass; "it is nice?"
"j?he is beautiful." replied the Duke.
"Aw!" said the Prince; give it much
"I shall give her all Ethiopi." replied
"I will aw step down, and aw
look at it" murmured the Prince, e:ire
lessly. "By surprise, you know."
This was agreed ujon and the Duke
The Prince knew his worth. He was
quite white, and was not troubled with
the slightest particle of caudal append
age ; but Ethiopia was a big prize, and
he resolved to win i One week after
the Duke had offered his daughter, the
Prince started for Senegambia with the
intention of looking at the fair face of
( HAPTEK III.
The Prince was wandering through
the woods of Senegambia. gayly singing,
1 would be a butterfly.
Born iu a Ixjwer,
when his eyes fell upon a lovely Chim
panzee sitting in a shallow brook, suck
ing a cocoa nut She was the loveliest
creauture he had ever seen. His heart
was touched at once, ne raised his
eye-glass and stared at her till her eyes
fell in modest confusion.
"Fair Chimpanzee," said he, wilt not
not aw tell me your aw name T
"Adeliza," whispered she.
The Duchess de Chimpanzee, who had
witnessed the meeting from behind a
clump of bushes, chuckled, and slid off
en her left ear.
"Adeliza," sighed the Prince, "thou
art aw beautiful. Wilt thou aw
The Lady Adeliza threw the remains
of her cocoanut at the head a Chimp m
zee who was loafing in a neighboring
tree, fell into the arms of the Prince,
and gently murmured, T am thine."
Tbey were married in great splendor.
The Kt Eev. Bishop Baboon, assisted
by the Rev. Simiader Ape, performed
he ceremony. The bridemaids wore
their natural clothes. The choir sang
the lovely anthem, "Monkey Married
and her parents rubbed noses, and then
the bride started on her tour on an ele
phant with one trunk.
The seasons changed; summer lapsed
into autumn, autumn into winter, win
ter into spring. Then there was a great
rejoicing, for the Lady Adel 7. 1 cave the
prince an heir. The child, however,
was an anomaly in that region. It had
no tail ; it had flat feet ; it had a w hite
skin ; it had no hair on its body. All
the wise men examined it. It was not
an oraug-outanir; it was not a Chim
panzee; evidently it was a new species.
Then a family conclave was called,
"What shall we call it V asked every
body. The Duches3 de Chimpanzee,
who was languidly making mudpies,
"Lt us call if man." 'Darwin," in
Jones was dry hadn't been so dry
since the strike, but there wa3 no saloon
close by, and he had passed the last
drug store. He knew that Mrs. J. had
a little old Hennessy about the house
that she put in puddings and pies, and
he sat down on the door steps and wor
dt red how he could save it from being
wasted in such fixings, a5 economy was
He looked at the dog star, the aluith
and the milk-maid's path, but they
were silent and 'tending strictly to busi
ness. A scheme finally dawned on
him, and he opened the door and felt
his way back to the ice-cooler, got up
in a chair and fished out a pkee of ice,
buttoned up his coat and turned up
the collar. Then he staggered up
stairs, ice in hand, and met Mrs. .Tones.
"What's the matter Jones been drill
ing V" "No," taid Jones with a sigh
and a shiver. "Caucus ?" "No, no cau
cus" "Another strike?" "No chill,"
said Jones :is he sank into a chair and
slipped the ice into his c iat pocket
'Feel that hand." "Oh, my ! ' and she
shuddered. Theu she got a blanket
and put over him and said she would
make him some hot tea, As she start
ed for the kitchen, Jones called her
back, and, with a sigh, suggested if
there was a little alchohol about the
house it would be better. There was
not a bit, but she had a little brandy for
cooking purposes. Jones gave a shake,
and said it would answer if she had a
little hot water and sugar to make it
palatable. They were on hand in two
minutes, and while she jailled off his"
boots and wrapped the blanket around
his feet, Jones mixed his toddy ana
shivered. He felt better afterwards,
though he made up a terrible face
when he emptied the bottle, and told
Mrs. Jonc- she had saved his lite. He
retired ten minutes afterward singing,
"There's a land that is fairer than
Sanitary Influence of Trees.
The value of trees in a sanitary point
of view 111 large and overcrowded cities
chii scarcely be over-estimated. Apart
from the sense of relief and coolness
which they impart their influence as
purifiers ot the atmosphere is almobt in
credible. It has been calculated that a
gKd-sized elm, plane or lime tree will
produce 700,000 leaves, having a united
erea of uuo 0J0 square feet The com
petent authority above quoted proceeds
to show that not only do the leaves al
sorb deleterious gases, but they exhale
oxygen. They must therefore, be of
immense benefit in oveivrowdi d and.un
healthy districts. When to this is ad
ded that trees modify temperature, pro
moting coolness in summer and warmth
in winter; also that they purity the soil
below as well as the atmosphere above,
we have a very powerful sanitary ar
gument in favor of tree planting.
Urigliam Young Biographical Skt ten.
The telegraph announces the death of
Brigham young at Salt Lake City, Aug.
29 ih, 1S77.
Brighiun Young was born in Ver
mont, June 1, 1S01. He was the son of
a farmer: received but little education,
and learned the trade of a painter and
glazier. He was a member of the Bap
tist church, and is said to have preached
occasionally. In 1S32 he jjined the
Mormous at Kirtlaud, Ohio; was or
dained elder; became one of tha twelve
apostles, and was seivt to tne Eastern
States in 1S35 to make proselytes, in
which he was very successful. After
the death of Joseph Smith, in 1S44,
Young was one of the four aspirants
for the Presidency, and was unani
mously chosen to that office. His choice
met general approval, and soon after
his rival, Sidney Bigdon, was excom
municated. After the tragedy at Xau
voo, Young set out with his followers
in lMt for Salt Luke, which, he per
suaded them, was the promised land.
He founded Salt Lake City, organized
the State of Deseret, and applied for
admission into the Union. This was
denied by Congress, but the Territory
of Utah was organized in 1S50, and
Young was appointed Governor. In
1S54, on the appointment of a Governor
who Jwas not a Mormon, he defied the
authority of the Federal Government,
and in 1S57 President Buchanan sent
Alfred Cumming. whom he had a
pointed Governor, to Salt Lake, backed
by a force of 2.500 men. This brought
matters to a crisis, and the Mormons
submitted. In 1&52 Yuung procl.imed
the celestial-law of marriage sanction
polygamy, which he declared had been
revealed to Joseph Smith in 1S43.
Smith's widow and her four sons at
once denounced this as a forgery and
headed a schism. But the personal
power of Young was such that he had
little difficulty in establishing polyg
amy as an institution of the church.
Always to take the part of an absent
person, who is censured in company,
so fax as truth aul propriety will allow.
Xever to think worse of another on
3W,A1"11 ftf nil nilll r with me in
Gems of Thought
Women never truly command till
they have given their promise to obey;
and they are never in more danger of
being made slaves than when the men
are at their feet Farquhr.
Talents give a man superiority far
more agreeable than that which pro
ceeds from riches, birth or employment,
which are all external. Talents consti
tute our very essence. Bollin.
Of all passions jealousy is that which
exacts the hardest service, and pays the
bitterest wages. It's service is to watch
the success of our enemy; it's fage3,to
1 be sure of it Colton.
7 .. ? A.. -i . 1
II ncn, 11 is easy euouyu 10 onceai
our wealth ; but if poor, it is not quite
so easy to conceal our poverty. We
shall find that it is less difficult to hide
1,000 guineas than one hole in our coat.
We live in deeds, not years; in
tl oughts, not breaths ; in feelings, not
in figures on a dial. We shoald count
time by heart-throb3. He most lives
who thinks most feels the noblest, acts
the best B uley.
Misfortune sprinkles ashes on the
head of the man, but falls like dew on
the head of thewoman.and brings forth
germs of strength of which she herself
h;id no conscious possession. Anna
To revenge a wrong is easy, usual and
natural, and, as the world thinks.savois
of nobleness of the mind : but religion
teaches the contrary, and tells us it is
better to neglect than to requite it J.
It is very singular how the fact of a
man's death often seems to give people
a truer idea of his character, whether
for good or evil, than they have ever
possessed while he was living and act
ing among them. Hawthorne,
There is no funeral so sad to fo'low
as the funeral oi our own youth, which
we have been pampering with fond de
sires, ambitious hopes, and all the bright
berries that hang in poisonous clusters
over the path of life. Landor.
Love may exist without jealosy, al
though this is rare: but jealousy may
exist without love, and this is common ;
for jealousy can feed on what is bit er,
no less than that which is sweet and is
sustained by pride as often as by affec -fion.
Hope is the last thing that dies in
man, and though it be exceedingly de
ceitful, yet it is of this good use to us
that, while we are traveling through
life, i' conducts us in an easierand more
pleasant way to our journey's end.
If a fool knows a secret, he tells it
because he is a fool. If a knave knows
one, he tells it wherever it is his inter
est to tell it But women and young
men and young men are very apt to
tell whatever secrets they know, from
the vanity of having been trusted.
"When clergymen assemble to oppose
the introduction of feminine preachers,
why do not women :ilso assemble and
determine whether in future they will
give thir sanction to masculine preach
Tliftt InolclioiiH Fot, to Health,
An atmosphere impregnated with the seeds of
malaria, is rendered "harmless by the timely
use of Hostetter's Stomach Bitter?: and if a
re.-ort to this benign projective acent has un
wisely been deferred unH the fever tits have
developed, it will have the effect of checking
them and preventine their return. This tate
ment i corrolwated by thousands who have
tr ed this medicine for fever and airue und
bilious remitent fever, besides affections of
the stomach, liver and bowels peculiarlv rift
in malarious localities. Throughout the U'est,
indeed in every part of the American conti
nent where malaria prevails, it is the accepted
specific. Nor is the area of its usefulness cir
cumscribed by the limits of the United States,
since it is widely used In South Amenci,
Mexico, Australia! and elsewhere.
Heer Cattle I i" ll 'S
tiofes Lire -' sa
Sheer Lire. 4 '.ft fl 5 75
Flour Oood to choice t i" 6 6 .l
Wneat No: Red 1 17 t i l"i
Corn Western mixed 0 a .'6
Oats Western 4 a
Eff((9 i fi '
Butter i St 2i'
Port New Mess 13 oj a
Lard .......... ........... 5 .S S l
BeeT Choice f 3 )
Sheep Oood to choice H" e 3 to
Butter Choice to yellow.- l tt
Krrs 11 e UK
Flour White winter 8 wi t S !
Wheat Spring No 5 1 01 ft 1 03
Corn No 2. 41 a 4."
Oat No 2 : 2.'K
Porr Mees. new VI IS 12 2S
Barley No 2 it
uiru b iv - "i
Beer Cattle Fair to cboiee fi vi 6 7
Flour Kail XX 7 01 ,7
rthea--No 3 Bed 1 14 a 1 HJ,
r j tT' u !, . v 19
rUlfcillCoB V fB
Flonr... ..$ 5 i s to
Wbeat Red 1
vv a U vi 4j
v4l3 '(a v) f Ji
D4 1IT J a f0
BkjV a m JH "
riUUl ititat.t.i,(a,(l "B
Wheat No 2 c I '2V
Corn... ft 4l
Barley No2 --
Flonr Wholesale 9 2 w ft 4
Wheat new 73 ?0
WV U . a s (S.I (0 i
"LfiJ 1(5 40 1"
-riCj P 3
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Ef J3 ,,. J Tl
ritt4C4 li 4bV 1
OK5i v b 4 Zj
0ttle 2 SO 4 50
Soar Slomnch nmd IIertbMra
are tgns of a bllloas attack; Quirk's IrUh Tea
will remedy all these. Price, 25 cents.
Wkli A Eluott. Agents. X. T.
-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 sxuentific and inquirini: mind
to reveal their curative properties, for" in the
vegetable world a kindly nrovidence has placed
healing for all nations." The only specific for
any disease yet discovered are" vegetable in
their nature, and whQe quinine has been ac
cepted as the only remedv for one clas&. the
extract of the Buchn plant is rapidlv taking
its place as a sovereign remedy for "other of
those ills which afflict humaaitv. The trpe of
disease to which it is remedial "is a broad one,
and its manifestations are lecion. but it mav
be stated in general terms that all disease o'f
the urinary organs, whether caused bT climate,
irrecularity, or self-cenerated, snbrnft at once
to the operation ol it power. Helmbold's
Buchu for all such complaints, is the result of
long research, and is actnowledced superior
to all other preparations. Sold ""bv all drug
gists. Price, tl per bottle, or 6 for'ta.
None cenuine unless in Steel Engraved
White Wrappers, and rnv Prophetarv'Stamn
.. - ,
otherwUe ta efiecu of cold.
Ji jua auaer rroin rrose.. .crt. m-xvn cr
.laiarat. 11 n prompt
all laca dneaa. Onit
- - antr.
Convulsion- in CiPtlrrn.
Accomjianird ty wan: of zii.rtl;- miow com
plex 011 and beadae!!-. p inl lpII'e ibe ur
cesaltv or ui;c; Lvr, it- Worm Ki ; A a
irtllcice fr cni(lrn :a-r t ut:h'' ? iVeit. It
r guutet the tniwels. .u-ir.n ti.e il wi nl
tfior.Mijrnt - ciea ) tbv n.ov j. em. ;atlf
and in! U it 1 th? moit or -isa ra 'wtljck
o ktiou to drucls:. It cib Ue lJ-tit at
any Clriu store.
T!i IVaot of it HouhnM
Is often depemiftjl n ih- culinarj am! dV
tne?tic r-Jvlil ol the hnti-.uff Ltli- know
thie, aud bv utni: Doolet'- Vea-t Piwiek.
injure thetn'-e vt the int jHTlect bread am!
paptry pos.Il e. It- u?e U etvmoniy alti. r.r
every" can is ab.-Iulel full weight, and ii i- mi
stroiiir and pure a- u demand the ti.-e ol a
much smaller 'tantit than u?ua1.
Perry Davi.-' ciretable Pain Killer po-e-?es
virtue which m: aloue remove;. a!H in
stant . but reirul.it e the -toinarh, fives
streuirh, lne and vtjr to the sy-tem. Tl is
one of tho-e medicine- which is worth more
than riId. We advi-e the irnod people not to
try experiment b u:n:r the many new iJe-lief-
ami I'anirea-IbuT -.t!i f-rthe ld reliable
Davis Pain Ktl.er. S'd ' v all drusi-t.
IW'top That runiitHL2 1 K Kverj cas
or cousumpttoii cotnuicnce .u: c--uti. occa
iloued by harins taken coiU. h ir sli.ifl to
run lth course ulil soon ork ttt nay "if their
ps!ia?es, and Itien l the luiio. 31"- !' not
cheeked, by Home such raiuabie coush remely
is KSlert'i. Kxtrart or Tar and V. lid Cherry,
whir!) Is unrUai'ed tor all dliiies of the tnroat
itid funk's. A serious hpel ot sictness may te thr
result of 4ich larelebsuess aud -u rZpenslTe
Doctor's bill to pay.
PF Hoicks H utSE Would you have yout
anrses tn priute ronuitlon for your .sjirlns diid
uiuiiier work" If so. several thli.ffs -jhould rr
strictly observed, coot! care, regular fue! and
l!eral currj iHi are auimii; the e.Hielitlal. tiut do
not fall to K'lve then) I'NiLK Ma s loNWTlt
Powiiei: acrurdiriK to dlrertiutiS. aud ou will hr
well rewarded Tor our espouse .ud trouuie xo'
tale by an Uru?t'lst.
n"To preserve atuuiai matter of any Und
jfter death, artificla, means must (c employed.
inus, to heep arm uni.zr inr seins or cafe, ttiej
ire tautied and curried, various me.tn', (eins -tr.
ployed IU Ite process, until "Irather" In the re
sult. To further prc-Tve ttua proluct. It u
necessary to tualce occaslotiai applications of
preparatious similar to ltioe usrxl t curriers.
Die best known cuinju.tiinl f this sort Is Tune
main's Harness Oli. Iuch render-- leather toft a:d
plta:tle. and ettecluall) rlo-t- 'ne pores against
the entrance of lUnijine-s. dm; and the nuuicr
ou othet drleterlou.i lntluence-s which teinl to
"IHIHH tlio (li-rxr nf .'!..
Tun LouiMiri: H.t -r. Tin- tint- htel i
eliiril'ly IiK-atl in thecitv 'f DubiHtiie. and l-furui-fied
uith ail the modern uppiiitmi-nt-of
a first -ola-- hntise. It is cimuiiliiu ard
well fur:n-!ied tlirouirhtnit. Harnard l'mtlier
are model lamllonl-. and have made the Lri
rnier one of tin- hum popular hotels in tin
West, and the let in Dubuque.
HIIKr.M.llM oi ICKI.V cntKi.
"Duraiur's Rheumatic Remedi." the irreat
Internal Meiiu-ink. will itively cure an
case of rheumatism on the face of the earth
I'rice $1 a hottle, six Ixittle-, ." sold all
druL'lli-ts. Semi fur circular to Hcipheiistiue
iV Beiitley, l)ruirjri-ts, Washimrtun, I) '.
bold wholesale i'1 lliir'1' g'"'i in 1 les Moll.es.
Dr. Wi-iiart's. Tine Tree Tar Cmrimw.
positielj rni cnii-umptioti. Taken iu time
it will prevent it. In cmitrhs- and cohl- it 1
never I.tilmi:. All atlectiin.-of the luiiir-are
cured by thi- sovereign Remedy, which also
eradicates dj-pt-p-i.i, liver complaint and Km
dred di-eae". NtM bv dniin-L-. Principal
depot WIG Filbert street". 1'hil.idelplua.
I'nder this caption the eiii'or wi-he to a
a few words tn ins many readers on the sub
ject of a medicine for rheumatism, called
Durantr's Rheumatic Remedy." aiherti-edin
this paper. It has been bi fore a tnti-t.iii:
iublie for five ycur-, duriiu; wheh periiMl
thousand upon thousand- have ued it witl.
unprecedented suice .. While e:it a few
months airo, we called at the establishment in
Washington City where it is manufactured,
and convinced ourselves that this Retncd
more than anv other, deserves to be patron
ized, as it is, by hundreds of the leadim: ph
sicians in the" land. Many of the umiinit
doctors in Washinirton City prescribe it reiru
larly and iret such results as come from no
other medicine. The proprietors of this great
Remedv, llelphenstine tV Beiitley, are'edu
-ated cliemists x well as eb-irant gentlemen,
and any business jot: may have with tliem wili
meet with promptness In conclusion, we
would advise all who are sutiermir with rheu
matism toirive this medicine a trial and a cure
is almost certain to follow. It i- taken inter-nallj-
and lies its work iiicklv and ttnrom;h
lj, leavinj; the sv-tem stroiiL' an 1 health v.
i:iu:at ion: i.iu (athin;
VNItnlion Armlemy. - Ottumua, Iiva.
lhl-wellfcli n In tltll'IMi. tlltili r tlif rtiHlge
of the Stters of the Virltatloj. hat. receivwl the
liberal patronage of Hie pii'.Ii'- forthe past twelve
e.irn. Kveij advantage Ik here riv-h f,r ar
iilrmg a tliixoiiKh hclentitlcaiid r as'.lral eiluca
tloti s-peelal a lentlon Kivt.11 t the m-rl- and
uiauners as u.11 s to the u in s nf th-pupils
The M-teib of the V.pltHtlon altlioiuh profesln
the Catholic tanh l I at all timet respect I tit
reliiMoui belief "f tt.elr pupils. IhTt are two
early se-slous of five mouths each. ntnenMuk
on he FIRsjT JKIS KAY In sj,trinn,.r and Fe -ruary
Pupils are received at at. time. . eon
datliiK Irom (lav of e trance tie:il .simplicity
lu die.ss reijulred The academy win re-open on
Moinlav. Septe 11 ber 3d. For terras, etc.. address.
nitTIIKK l I'KlllOlt
UWV 1'-I A TAltllH ' -If So. Write or TO
ami see old Dr rider, of the iitttimwa In
firman lie i.- a renular irraduate of the
American I imersiU of I'l.iladelphi.i. Pa., and
lias had more experience in the treatment of
Catarrh and t hrouic diseases than any man in
the I'nited States All tho-e iiilTeriiiK from
rrors of yonth shoulil coti-uit him at once.
Female complaints and Lim? diseases a
LoKr.TTo i "Ni:r. Ni v..i: Fsi L' This
Institute x-cupies a position at once the most
attractive and itnposuur that can be irnutriiied.
Situated on an eminence in full view of the
far-famed Cataract of Niagara, it i- surround
ed on all side- bv eeiipry, w lioe irrandeur
and sulilimity bailie all description and amid
which the eye unccasinirly discover- new
beauties. The pure, braciuir air from the rap
ids contributes greatly to the health and well
belnc of the pupils. "This Institution is con
ducted by the ladies of Lor'tto. whose stand
ard excellence a an educational order ha
lonir been acknowledged loth here and
throughout almost the entire continent of
Europe. The moral training and re lined cul
ture of mind aud manner of the pupil en
trusted to their care may be said to be the dis
tinctive aim of the Iadie of Loretto, and in
this particular their efforts have certainly
l...n irn lied with silcces-. ns is entire,! bt
the graceful ease and elegance for which their
pupil are remarkable.
4k r Kt.M. h -s"IS JTu ua in fc.i.-'d-' any i.itnr it
V cepta J K. HAKUhrt. .Slatdrn P.fltlge. .Y.
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nn'ereae. sample Wafrh free to
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LOMTLETE" IVVALrABLE j
Kscnl wanted. scndstatap
for It V s " . CO . Cal ago
trny'm t:iattc Koofllnc 7lMtrl. maces
' tne most duraMe ard c?.fapes: noJ In Uie
wor'd. send Camp for clrco!ar and prirr list to
WOH T. KAV. P. O. Ioxi Plfuban, Vx.
Triolk'oiirol Adrlrr ami I'rlvatr Medical
llCCLlClr.al'f Soffrrrs frtim mvisica!
deJ)illtj.lndlicre'ior. idrxcesr srnlicto Dr. !
Jonn roor-r. v O. Hoi i.U pniu. It tell yon la
plain language wnat yun oagf.it to lcnow.
V VTFD i!en lo 'f'e' ''"'I Il good
rm" - " :o rarrcnanu. ji a rnontn
and trareling expenses raid Addreis. QfrKJi
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"?l'ii; oar cnrpmo. Crayons, and
Transparent Picture and Ctiroino fcard. 1 00
mples. wortii . sent poKrald for T5-. Ilin
trated catalogue free. J. U. UVFFOH.WS SONs,
Boptqsi. Ktaniuaed l3P.
Rv. T rr- ltv4 na T-
if 12.' '-
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t"r js .si.in.ti g sKt, j uey Mrw. ew yrt
lauoiDi wiauu Pirn drrt.
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BOOK. O'F "K."fTOWrXJ EDGE
or xrcr ti o: a I Ifetlrae. 1 t sare towtogrt
iuarrlei. Iitc happy and obtain r-a:ij. weaLn
andldonu Mailed fori emu la arcp or car
rency.by Tne Talon Pa :iatng Co y-wxtt, " J.
W.N. F. BURSHAM'S - 1874 '"T
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la rclitrrs kr sl AJOtAUb UtUllXK.
by oer tiaai wto or iu Price redaeor
w parapdet tree. JI. r.BrRXIIAX.Tortra
TWDi" BKOTHEKS YEAST
nanir pictS .Na".AI'iai:Ii O.. Nassau i r.t l,.,,.-r rt ;-....iJ.. .,..,. r .'... ..' . in llir.surrrrll ! wo Ktmnl. -na -
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IF yon Srel daU. trnwr. !',;-i:rl. -.iTf rp.
(jurlit bratUrtie. mouth tait- bad t po rszze
ttte. nl tobruf coatrl. yvu tf -i"rr j- s
:irlil Itvtrr. or "Mllour-." aiitl ufl r,g w
care yo -o spcrslily al pttmLti.;; a to ui
rSmtafss' Ur Kjtm a or.
A-K '! revr-d dytef:'r. ll'.i .u u-"r-rs.
victim. 1 IVvrr an i t: thr mete -r-i
tll..arU jti-n'. b" tti- rrrT-J r.- r
eiiMrfn spirit-and rl ) :.-. wi,, tr .
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BAD I3HEATII !
Noth're l t ut raar.T. RftM- g . .mittitiM
rut trra:." t, rar! ti t -- . 'r.m.
tli .t 'H.a'-r' a .l'ai. ,-" .t" rr rtr.l i; , ,u
"lli "akr -tii". . I 'rrr ItJ'c .'i'ii fv. .. rs.
Kt n r- a T". -Ji f.'- f - try i tr .:. i-r
Itwll !-.. inir? our apprtltr ri-u.;.ci.o:i.
auU -Qtrai ai:x
Mow tBMiT nr tnrturr ' xf er .lav n.aK :
life a bur.ieti an 1 n-M.,r.): -Ti'r-tr of a ! 4 .. .
ate. nwrnc o tUr stM-r t -uHri ,1: (f...u ju; r
re lef 1 tr-.ul. t. (lir rat .' ..f alii -tl t. .nri ..
wlis ur) t-n.atiri tlirrrme.lt that hu j--r-tH.:irn:ii
cur.-.! ;liu-a... ,, .tr' tic tl .rit
puree, but Trii'ir asiitiit ' i.a:ure
Mi'ifL not te rrard i i
tr r.i'i? a m- f -: 1 .rr
den a:. s i:.r u'u. ! -r.- 1 r- . r
the b r s i 11 aii lr-Tl t .' 1
from ih it .it-tii- .1 par n,r w j
tt'ten .t-r 1 .. dii )rrr I. i'
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I- - e a it is .it nt r Hi.; ..!
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a fost;c habl: of ttod p:; s
SIC K II E AD ACI I E !
This dt!rrm!np all! '"I'tii urcijrs n i !n,"r t
IV The dl 'm' tibe t.f 'be i'ii.li li ar-it :. 'r u.
:lie I tl. ; erlnl j ijir -trtl t n!,:.i t - i:.-sas r
t at tl III th r ra . j r-iinp j :i nl wit'. 1.1, k-r.rt- r
T.au-ra. an. I I-is i-oii.titutes w bal is j ... u.arl)
knowu as s-)c Hea.la. i,e
J. H. ZEILIN & CO..
Sole proTr r'.r Miuaious' Liver
KIHT Tlo I.
llftl'MJ nV I.K"f fr.. .n..; . rt
I "-" -' rt.-m ard ram rrom S nt jut
I a lli'j' Xr s.51a;i..t, fun. lied naii saiar
1 whlieirarri j; u: ft-iui rra'nil ita-kln
a Trw n-i'ls A 1 rs- t jt-lal rjrd. K
VALEN .lh. Mat.aK"' hnitit wimi! I .nn-s
Jacksonville Female Mm.
I Wil iKAIl.'prn srpt ;. ti lTitrii"ti.k it. I
1 "' all tt , ..r 111 t.ts .. ut asrd hoy
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LA S E L L S E ML A I i V
Tor Voiinc Wi nit' 1. A iiliiiriiillt-, tnrar
ISo ton.. Mn--m-lm-.lt-..
n atrractur I... ue. .-t il lM.r.l t la -.'
f health m-tiiiiers i.d Ui .rals ..f ijruw.:. .I.i-.
Niiin'ter llu. Itttl Full ia-t eir
f l". llt.Al.ItN. I'rlr.rij.ai
;(! 'r a Kull I'oursr tf I'l.nl.lr 1 iitry Ro. k
v " kee Imr and ('.mimrrrt ,1 i 1 r-p'T.I -Tu-r
K'-r clreulart.. adtlre JnllNsiiw 11MMH!
via i. i'o-i.rui:. N. .ii i.ii :i.' n i.istrr.t i,-
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uf thr I'lisTnrti'-e In 'epeTnlrtit I.-inr 11 -t - f .1
the KiiKllsii lsrar rt.rs. 1 c'ifr MTh. m c. ai '
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mail c t rr ope-. ii.- ami tittrhi vi thr irr
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elliiiglon riuee, Ti rmlo, ( au.idn.
Hoard ani Ti. 'I r .-. - Ji 1 n
Uf fefllJ I Cir 11 ar ti ' a rrss
1. u "i entioit.
Niaysira I-'all. Ontario, ( .uiiul.i
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St. Louis UnlYBrsity,
(L"nler tho I)irMlion o
THE FURTV- NINTH r.,()n of the st l,ms
rnliTlt wtiit.prij or, SIiinIiaY. Sr.l'TKSlKK'i
3'L 1-77 Firs .i.s'lf 'jtuii, atf .rtls firn faihitt
lioth fur ciassi. a audi ommrrnat ttlinatlJii h"ur
.Ut K KFI.I.FR S ,t . iTMlilrti'
Academy of the Visitation.
Third St., DubuqtK, Iowa.
t Ki hoarders and Day -,,. tiar- ru .!i,tr,.,l tl r
XI'.N'.n OK THE VISITATION.
Th" Srho astir inr rt.t,sit.m of tr . ,s
lir'lli: m; ot, t fir 1 IRiT MoMlAV t'P surrcMPfc-!
and the Fil:-T ttK Kr i.itl yt nv l'npil ar ( ..
rer. atimii.rtl at ai.) time ilnrui tl.r srs-n.-i
and char"tl nlj fur trie emaiiilng p.-r 1..-. I
fe-enrrot rr limiK ItrPrf i m, t t.irt. .r -i, al
niu.iiin. Tfir ri'i.r.t. of in trtirtioii err.ra'r
errv sjIld. I ru a' I Ornaim r.r.v t r.ir ri 1. , ,
sltr fur MiiK tai. 1 .r tii,'lir.u 1. i.iarn.
apply 10 tl r lurrf-trrss r tl - .a . t . :.
ent " ll"r Mtree . liu!.'j''j , I wa
Cor. Main ami Ktih M , Datimjue. I own.
Th'tnsitutl n farf iHt.es fa. ltiff.fi i,i r!uci
ANIl I.A JlKs- 0AMfra VOhK
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THE JMM ( rh'I E'ruNCMTioT
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rtter tne Vlfc" n r tt'e
Ml.trr. nf ("liMrils .T llir It. yt..
Offers to YOt'Nf, LIIr s rviTT fa' "T ' tr xr
jl'ilrl'ip a tljurcn ra-i . a-.d rr"'a" e'lti'i'.-.t'
fivr tr ontf,s ears, 'irplr nlr.ir l" f t'Trij- on trr
Sisters of Hip Order of St. D'unlnlr,
SiyptXAWA M'tsp OecstCo. 'i.
.St. Clara Academy 1 Ita:d In thr loath
westr pa ; .f tLr Sratr o; Mr.BiB. iaH-
from dalrnx. lltinl. i rid - mlint :r Iiuhuar
loisa. ItrH-e p-r. ear . tbr nirrtt tiratttlfai aM
picturesque s ;r in thr -tarr TSr iTtimaf xrr-
eXtensiTe. Itraat.fBll ademrd. and tar rttrr
snrronndings srrm t'trrahr tta; lrrp-arr-ful
rc usiou "h-cii rtrrflnl' .rlj a po-nrrrai
lnSotrr Trthr mrral. j hj)'aiaria latr irctnn
life. Tbe be lading in seated ty lm. imi
farslslied vita a.i raodrra iajiriiTrrn . W
Tb trro srl I cotmaeor-e thr Flrl Jluiidr In
Hrtilrnlirr. Mir ;rttrr pirtlrolri viitJbt,
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PL Clara Acnieay. tia.liaa l-ad.
Oratt roar. vr.
lyrsi QU? AQadcmTt
Are notb wH rtaWIhfl. ifcor&Bgaly oralz-. 5
and in ecarg o: a corp of cTpirteacr.i a9l inc.
cesro! U-acbcr aatng tta3 aie to nrter
i'niaec- For Clrcc.ar atyl j,;clj2i of Pea-
n. HfCIAIX.loTiatf Isi.
BdsIdbss College and Acafieniy
1 1 Cc-iht Lri sii Hslu scssa, Iz lens, Istl j
Ha a Commercial, as Aca.dea.lc. at.d a Tele-
, trapni:cuaor inttrartiis
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