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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - June 9, 1870, Williamsport, Indiana Iii Wii iii Hast. Hmm the Toledo bade he. Sa8bt it App Scia tips of my of that 8tatb a the of two of to by bulb Squok tbhdbb8 for a Sousa to it Bobb. Scism b corny is. he quot a a in tbs stats tiv dad walk May 88,1870. To sat that i am deleted with the i in Crisy us Delaware is to Yoose a no Zablo flip by a a re88icm. They All the Goin Feith of the Kent Cwan without he ferocity they hold jest Fez fir Aalto the Reso Boshens of 98 they drink with Fez Mundh alacrity they generally go barefooted and hate the Nigger with an intensity i never taw a Kallel in the matter or Likker they Are imply grate. I saw one old retrain wich void for Jaxon take Down a clean half pint us burning flood wich the most restless minded citizen it the Comer hed lest disk Reed and Bough t Fez a burst toot for taller dip and walk off erect under it. There s bowels for Yoo Wood that i was Blest with Sich i i Hev disk Vered that the Revalin Idee that a cold Climit is Nessary to the Mojo ment it grate quantities it Likker is a mistake. Cold irs too enables a Man to take it in but then when it s Wurst in a Man in a cold country it stays. Yoo can t drink quite Fez much to Wurst under a Bilin hot Sun but then it sweats it out it you and you Kin drink oftener. But this is a digression. The dem Crisy us Delaware Fez i sed. Boot me. In other states when they Drunken senators they Are ashamed us pm Delaware is Abs hotly proud us Saul Sbur and wooden t change at no prize. Then in Addisien to Saulsbury we Hev the whipping Post and a White Man s party so that in Delaware at least the tokens us High Civili Ashen Are Likely to become extinct. Thank the lord Lor Delaware. Or. We. Sapp fam Lyerly Knowd Fez old Bill Sapp at whose House i Wiz As signed quarters is a constr Sohnel grocery keeper and at his House is held the a a frences us the off thels us the state. Yth ter Day Saulsbury and Bayard the u s. Senators and a ave Saulsbury governor and others Wiz present. The Dimo crazy us the Comers insisted that f z they required their candidates to pledge their elves to accept us Nigger votes that the senators us the state Shood Hev re signed the moment a niger senator w us admitted. Sault Bory did t see it in Liat Lite. Too it Wiz a Degre Dashen but one wich they co Dent avoid. There we i a diff Rense Between voluntary and involuntary ass Ostashen with niggers. Feaman voluntarily Solis sits Nigger votes he is to be held guilty Efan outside Power forces niggers onto him he can t help it and is innocent he and his colleague Bayard co deut help this outrage revels Wiz Forst into their society against their w ill. They Wiz so As to speak morally ravish. They resisted but in vain. Two us the Best democrats present related their experience in Washinton. Their Idee us senators hed bin Fomie from Saulsbury and they posed they Wiz All like him. Bein in Washinton they determined to Bear testimony agin the Admi Ision us Nigger senators to degrade their representatives. So they decided to visit All the places wich irom their knowledge us senatorial life they posed senators visited and demand of they sold hiker to revels and of the an her Wiz in the affirmative they Wood walk out indignantly. They went so far Fez Kcf Omta Nize the Little speech they Wiz to git off on them wich Shood confess to a Miltin a Nigger to ther bar. Quot Sirl quot they proposed to say to him. Sir we Are proud caucus hens and we can t countenance an a Mixter us inferior races with us. Keep your Likker for niggers White men Hev no bikinis quot do Yoo Seu Likker to revels quot they ask us the first one. Quot no Wiz the response whereupon they took a drink. Imm Emiily they entered another. Quot do Yoo sell Likker to revels quot who quot whereupon they took a drink with him and so on eight or ten times Drinkin at each bar wich gave them that Anser to show their Apple Hashen us men who co Dent degrade their selves by Dealin with an inferior race. The twelfth place quot Slikker to revels quot a quot no quot set pm up Rah for con Strohn and ameriks for White men quot and Takin ther toys they swung out into another one. Quot Likker to revels quot quot no quot s m up. Merikey for wite men Raht quot and into still another one. A Likker revels quot quot no i quot Likker for us zen. Merit Hie a by or wite men. Rah Hie. Quot the next place finished one Over. He gasped quot dan Rev quot and Sank lvii by on the Buzdum us his Mother Earth. The other wuss t so car gone Owin to his Soo Perior mental organi Ashen. He it Jed off in a Brown stud and went up to the Capitol. Retrain in about an hour he Shook up his Friend. Quot Mordsky quot sed he quot git up. Mordsky we be been deceived. Mordsky we mate go a l Over Washinton to evry in is Loon and find a single place Chere they sell Likker to revel Mordsky that ape like degraded Interior Bein is a meth Odis preacher and Don t drink a d at length i that of the a to he take the Point where k 1, Alm led fro had been preparing. They fort and i a it kit a Opp the e Serpent s Tail re ted. A drop us and uttering snorts us disgust at Sich senators they came Home. The democracy us the colmers is Fez harmonious Fez Cood be wished. The Nigger it z split pm Here. There Are perhaps a dozen niggers in the Vicinity who take ther toys re Lerly and heretofore Sapp Hez supplied pm. The dem Crisy a tested agin this and ref oozed yesterday to Paternite his Btl of he did t Stop Sellin to pm. Willyum smiled a sardonic smile and Tole pm to be Blest. They did withdraw ther Pate Mage but it in i Only for two hours. Willyum Hez the Only bar in the Comers and he Knowd Bis Power. It did t take Long for pm to exhaust ther Castor bottles and then they hed to return to him on his terms. It s a fearful thing for one Man to Hev the Power Sapp wields. The Only bar in Rich a Community thank heaven he loves me. Put Boubis v. Nabb wich Waz postmaster. Almost iau mediately the two beetles issued from the second Hole quot which they hey forthwith seized the end the Serpent s tax and by a determining Effort lying upon their backs in the manner before a scribed they Sec needed in forcing its potty to enter this new orifice in the ground and then going inside of it to could distinctly see the whole body of the Snake move slowly Forward a if it were being pulled by their United efforts. The beetles worked at the Snake much of the Day and in the afternoon when i was Able to visit the spot again i observed that nearly three quarters of the dead Snake had disappeared in the Hole. I was examining carefully the Earth in the Vicinity of the head of the Snake when i was witness of the most interesting operation of this altogether singular proceeding. I thought i detected a slightly undulating motion in the broken Loam. It continue to increase until the entire Suffa Cei Fri a length of three inches extending parallel with the Serpent s head and neck appeared to be elevated into a Little Mound. The Mound i rally increased in height until the entire mass of Earth was slowly lifted and then precipitated upon a portion of the body which had until then remained uncovered and in a second s time the Snake was As effectually buried As if it had sunk a foot below the surface. The Little beetles emerging from the Heap walked backward and Forward Over the Mound and then disappeared entirely from sight., i examined the spot the following morning but could detect even by removing a the Earth the place where the Snake had been buried the evening Newa. Be publican Unity. If there were no other Reacon for the maintenance of the Republican organization in this country it would be found to be a National necessity on acct it of the incurable demoralization of the democratic party. That part is no More fit to control the affairs of this nation than a Yoke of stump tailed oxen would be to carry on the Trade Between the Interior and the Pacific slope. It is a party that neither learns nor forgets anything. It does know that the country is Only greater than formerly but Wiser that a great majority of the people have no More respect for Demark Ratic ideas prejudices narrowness old fog ism than for cast off old clothes. In a word the democratic party in respect to ideas is behind the times so far that to put it in Power would drag the country Back to a former generation. And this Lolly the people will allow. But if this were enough the practices of the democracy demonstrate its demoralization almost to the degree of incurable corruption. The people of Illinois Are familiar with the fact that a Large majority of democratic members of the legislature of this state have taken to bribery As Young ducks to water making necessary the most stringent provisions in the proposed new Constitution against the evil. In the legislative bodies of other states the same fact has appeared and in some of them the conduct of the democrats has been a disgrace and shame to the american name. In new York where democracy has everything its own Way Public affairs Are so conducted As to be a reproach to any people. If there is More Honor among thieves than among the democrats who control new York the thieves Are worse off than has generally been supposed. If the whole country were so expensively corruptly outrageously governed As is the City of new York the people would Rise in Masse and wipe out the villainy and shame or would themselves become a prey to worse ills than those which afflict the worst governed Peoples of Europe or Asia. A party like this it is but a logical deduction to say is unfit to have the control of the affairs of a free honest and enlightened people. If the Republican party had no other Merit for which it should receive a favourable judgment of our body politic than this of having beaten the democratic party it would be enough. For the continuance of the democratic party in Power would have been the ruin of the Republic of our free institutions and of our political morals. The Republican party on the other hand has Only placed itself in full Accord with the people in respect to progressive ideas but has elevated politics extended the Sway of Freedom and conferred great and lasting benefits upon the country. If it has allowed the passage of some Laws which Are now seen to be unjust the reason is to be found rather in changed circumstances than in premeditated injustice. And that reforms demanded by Justice and the interests of the whole people will be inaugurated and carried out by the party upon the basis of National Honor we have every reason to believe. Indeed it has been the Mission of the Republican party in the past to erase injustice and wrong from the Law of the land. It will be but going on with its Mission to erase All the injustice that yet Mars our statute Book and injures the country. If we do but consider justly the interests of the Republic the doctrines and practices of the democratic party the ideas and general honesty of the a a try which saved the nation in its perilous period we shall see there is unanswerable argument for Republican Unity and Triumph now. The continuing of the re publicans in Power is Honor safety Progress. The Rule of democracy would be Post May 26. The ear of Dion sins. Buried by bogs the tue Fellows bad evidently taken Possession of the reptile with a purpose of conv Invitto their Hole but As their size was so ridicule Ottily Dir proportioned to that of their dead prize 1 was determined to study their manbeavers to see if the would be Able to accomplish it. On an examination of the ground in the neighbourhood i discovered at a distance of nearly a fwd from the spot whore the awake was lying a Small Hole in the soil nearly the diameter of a half Dollar. The efforts of the beetles were Apia trently being directed to the conveyance of the Tail of the reptile to this opening in the a Toped and. As it was evidently a awk Ward thing to do their ingenuity was taxed to the utmost and i watch the Ope fion with an absorbing interest. Togg a at the animal s Tail Bicu bad become slightly stiffened and which responding to their efforts would move to the right and left but never plan Gimel directly inf Nutof the aperture the beetles would appear to be perplexed Bow next to proceed. They log Moed Mowerer to. Act in concert Rad aft Root Len the sex teen the won together to bids the other say joins non tii by Bene Aoi the Beni to Wos la a room Niece their u Poai Jing proof a and so effect the in. The a Dmn it ten or in mites la mor bad moved tie Snake a feet Tram tbs Arig bul 0on but Tom the Tell Pend trently a a toi �1 but Tom the Tell Pend trently Fiator med a at Etbert Imam ill id to in i in Oliver optics a Magazine to Iete recently appeared the following account of a wonder which nearly All have read something about in the neighbourhood of Syracuse in Sicily is a Cave of great depth which is said to have been built by Dion sins the elder a tyrant or usurp who was bom about b c. 430, and died b. C. 867, in the sixty third year of his age and the thirty ninth of his Rule. This Cave was two Hundred and fifty feet Long and eighty feet High. It was fashioned in the form of a human ear and the faintest sounds were carried from All parts to a Central chamber which corresponded to the tympanum or drum of the ear. In this remarkable whispering gallery Dion sins imprisoned All who were the objects of his suspicions while he himself was in the habit of past no entire Days in be innermost chamber listening to the conversation of his victims in order that he might ascertain for himself who were really his enemies. Ancient writers Tell us that the work who constructed the Cavern were put to death to prevent them from divulging the use to which it was to be put and that whole families were sometimes confined in it at once. Modem Travelet relate that even at the present Day notwithstanding the change which have been wrought by time the Echo is such that the tearing of a Sheet of paper at the Entrance can be distinctly heard at the remotest part. Pieces of Iron and Lead have been found in making excavations and they Are thought to be the remains of the chains and Staples by which the prisoners were confined. I a a. I the Barnstable Masa Patti at tells a Bird Story which it do clares to be Trae thus quot Captain d. W. Per Disu of this Village of tue bark Badlian a Messina last Winter a w Bic bbl cd on boy re weeks a to us capes of Delawie pbilmle1pb1�to b m the mrs of be a the. The. Bong i a made about a so ber off i Qai Juliand. There by about to fit of vessels sailing on different courses a a Bam a did was seen in the Dis two i. Ship lit Aptt put in a site red a be quot the lost three weeks. A Thiu Jno quot Tai the Rattlesnake s. Next to Deai few Ltd a quot stick quot in it is twid to w tbs a a a a Tebb Levy Ler. Now is the time to be insured in the Washington. To Morrow the time to enjoy it Alt Hodoh bugs Are objectionable in a general Way nobody dislikes to ride in a buggy Wagon. Foresight is the right Eye of prudence and prudence dictates life insurance. Insure in the washing Diu. O life jaw Man s Only a Slippery Sheet of ice no girl there it s lonely one girl there it s Nice. Quot Doh beat your carpets quot says some kind hearted person quot try kindness and firmness and if that Don t keep them Down Send for a policeman and have them Tien or. Hair in says sponge Beds Are healthy. We know a Man who has sponged Beds and even sponged his meals for Fly Eye irs and he in t so very healthy except at meal times. The Buffalo in t a Good thing to pasture. Put him into a pasture and he will pasture in every other pasture rather Tymn the pasture you want him to pasture in. A Wuu by suicide at Cincinnati was pulled Ott quot the track before a coming train by a Railroad Man who warned him against trying to quot muss up the engine in any such Way As that quot the answer lately Given in a French court by a prisoner accused of almost cutting his wife to pieces was with a smile quot Well Monsieur president you know every one has his Little a excellent old Deacon Olio having won a Fine Turkey at a Charity raffle did t like to Tell his severely orthodox wife How he came by it quietly remarked As he handed her to fowl that the shakers quot gave it to him. The new Orleans times thinks the first object of the dental convention about to in that City should be to examine into the condition of the Mouth of the Mississippi no trifling matter since the River has seven Mouths All full of snags and stumps. At a collection made at a Charity fair held in a lady offered the plate to a Rich Man Well known for his stinginess., quot i have nothing quot was his Curt reply quot then take something quot she answered quot you know i am begging for the the following is an exact copy of a warning recently posted upon a Vermont schoolhouse quot noties children and Grone folks Are forbidden to go on to i lot to Doo Enny Damag such As pealing the bark from treas or backing Tham to Inger or Hert ther Groth at the penalty of the a pious but injudicious individual with a set of Stencil plates devotes saturday nights in Waterbury Connecticut to posting scriptural questions on the dead a is. Workin g in the dark he chooses some queer places. It is Apt to destroy the intended Effe fit says a local paper to read quot what must i do to be saved quot quot try or. Sprague s female strengthening an impatient welshman called to his wife quot come come in t breakfast ready ? i be had nothing since yesterday and tomorrow will be the third Day i quot this is equal to the Call of the stirring House wife who aroused her maid at four o clock with quot come Bridget get of Here tis monday morning to Morrow is tuesday the next Day wednesday half the week gone and nothing done yet quot youth Obj generosity was illustrated in Albany recently. A Little boy smeared All Over with molasses came running up from the River flourishing a dirty Shingle and screaming at the top of his voice to a Comrade quot of Bill Bill get As Many boys and shingles As you can there s a big hog of lasses busted on the pavement busted All to smash quot a chem Cai. Lecturer while expat rating on discoveries in chemical science remarked that Snow has been found to possess a considerable degree of heat an individual present replied that quot truly chemistry was a valuable science quot and anxious that the discovery might be made profitable he inquired of the lecturer quot what number of Snow Balla would be sufficient to boil a said one student to another whom he caught swinging a scythe most lustily in a Field of Stout grass quot Frank what makes you work for a living a fellow with your talents and abilities should be caught engaged in hard labor. I mean to get my living by my quot Well Bill you can work with duller tools than i can was the reply. An instance of distinction without a difference was offered by the irishman who having legs of different sizes ordered boots to be made accordingly. directions were obeyed but As he tried the smaller Boot upon the larger leg he exclaimed indignantly quot confound the fellow i ordered him to make one larger than the other and instead of that he has made one smaller than the a certain town near Providence has an exceedingly considerate Man. The other morning he awoke to find the opposite House on fire. Partially dressing himself he ran across the Street timidly Ringma his neighbor s door Bell and patiently waited for some one to answer the summons after a Little quot the Man of the House quot appear a and the timid Man said quot i do wish to create an unnecessary alarm but your House is on Jessie had been doing something which her Mamma had told her she a Husn t do. She had been eating currants Aud of course got her Mouth All stained that s the Way she gob found out mrs. Williams said quot you know you were forbidden to eat currants quot quot but Mother satan tempted me quot quot Why did t you say get thee behind me satan quot quot i did say Glet thee behind me satan and he 1jseful Ain it the Best Brand of snuff for weak lungs i Ifni dict eggs two cups of sugar two of sour Cream one half cup of butter one Pound of Rasins one Tea spoonful of Rasins Onetea spoof ii of soda and two of Cream of tartar. Flour in sufficient Quantity. To Whiten Straw stick Sulphur with a knife mix the i it of der to a Mush with water plaster it thickly Over the Straw and place in the hot Sun for several hours Brush off when dry. Who am be Barren state entomologist of Illinois recommends Paris Green mixed in the proportion of one part of the Green to parts of flour As a preservative of potatoes from the ravages of the Colorado Beetle or potato Bug. Paris Green is a very deadly Poison and if applied with the hand a Glove should invariably be Wom. Washington and one fourth pounds sugar three fourths of a Pound of butter one and three fourths of flour one pint of milk one Glass of Brandy four eggs one table spoon Sal Eratus one table spoon each of cinnamon cloves and Nutmeg one Pound of Rasins one of currants. Grain in Orchards the horticultural editor of the Ganada Parmor Calls Especial attention to the experience of two correspondents As strongly corroborating his often expressed views that growing Grain or weeds injure Orchard Trees and that the True Way to grow an Orchard is to devote the ground to the sole use of the Orchard and keep All other crops out mulching he considers the True Way to retain the moisture about the roots of Trees. To Blanch produce lettuce with Large Heads the usual Way is to tie up the Heads a week or two before the time for cutting. Select a dry Day gather the leaves in the hand in a close rounded form the inside being Clear of dirt. Pass a narrow strip of Beiss matting several times around the Ball making it close at the top. To exclude rain and prevent rotting. a a Little Earth around the base As a support in place of the spreading leaves. In ten Days More or less they will be sufficiently blanched for Etc Iange. Care of wagons the Canada Farmer gives this advice when you leave a Wagon heavily loaded to stand a number of hours put a support under the Axl tree. The strength of Wood cannot be estimated by what it will support tor a Short time. It will Bear up a third More weight for a few minutes than will be required to break it by continued pressure. Wagons Are abused very generally by overloading. If the Axl Sirees do break they Are sprung and the wheels warped which causes the vehicle to rom hard and shortens its existence. a Good kind. Let them have the run of the premises. It will Surprise you to find How much Hunting and running about is saved if nests Are placed where the hens most congregate. It is strange How readily the hens accept these nests. Let them have Access to Wood ashes and Lime or powdered Chalk and if possible fresh meat. The Little Chicks Are Hardy. Afler they have been hatched a Day confine the Hen a Coop and let the chickens run out and in. This is very decidedly belter than letting the Hen run about with the Chicks. Meal and water mixed to a dough is the . A contributor to the country gentleman recommends the raising of sorghum for soiling. He says quot sorghum is much Richer than Corn in Saccharine matter and by sowing Early two crops can be raised on the same ground and from the same roots. Sow thickly broadcast one and a half or two bushels of seed per acre or Drill in rows More than two and a half or Throe inches apart. When the Plant is three and a Liaf or four feet High mow it and cure for fodder or feed to Stock. The first crop is a Little slow in starting but the second Springs up from the Cut stalks very rapidly. It requires dry Fine weather to Felon on the persons Are liable to extreme suffering from felons on the Finger. These afflictions Are Only very painful but infrequently occasion permanent crippling of the members affected. The following simple prescription is recommended As a cure for the distressing ailment take common Rock Salt such As is used for salting Down pork or beef dry it in an oven then Pound it Fine and mix with spirits of turpentine in equal parts. Put it on a rag and wrap around the part affected and As it gets dry put on More and in Twenty four hours you Are cured the Felon will be dead. It will do no harm to try it journal of Agri Eugure. A Good work pays better than work in the Garden. It pays in Money it pays in Comfort and it pays in health. It should have a Little attention a Leisure half hour every Day and the More taste in its Lay out and the larger the variety of its products the More in terest there will be in it and generally the More profit from it it should be made before the Fields Are touched so that whatever is planted in it May be Early Well As abundant and Good. Thorough trenching or its substitute blowing with an abundance of Bara Yard manure or other enriching substance is essential. The Lay out is a matter of taste but should be of such a character As will give the finest Outlook when the crops Are growing the lowest vegetables near the paths and the taller ones in the background. Put brain into the Garden As Well As turnip seed and Green Corn and it will be a source of Delight the summer Hearth and Home. And find to Tolje Best. Wien Twenty grains to the foot a re planted the com grew higher., having More Roon and a Ariyev who a it decl tired at ones Bat there was More fodder than where the com was sown thicker. But the of fire entirely mistaken for on weighing Caref Tilly the Short thick fodder was found to be one third the most it better for being finer a the cows would eat it readily stalks and All put there was one disadvantages the fineness caused it to lie More closely and it was harder to dry it As soon As the com is sown along the furrows it May be covered by Ranning a Harrow or a cultivator along the furrows throwing the Earth on the com and wholly covering it i think the Best Way is to run Lengthwise along the Furrow although it will be covered nearly As Well by passing across in a few Days the million of Green Blades will show themselves above the Black Mellow soil. As soon As admissible pass a cultivator Between the rows a it should be done two or three times but somehow or other my men never get time to do it More than once. It is never Hoed by hand the rising and dense crop soon smothering Down a possible weeds. In a few weeks the whole Field is a Green mass and when the crop is Cut the Earth is commonly left As clean As a floor cleaner than some House keeper s floors. Cor. N. W. Farmer. The fruits of intelligent Industry. A correspondent of the Maine Farmer thus Speaks of the Way he constructed a farm out of the poorest kind of materials and How he did it quot thirty years ago i came in Possession of about sixty five acres of Rocky cold Clayey land. About sixteen acres of this land was in mowing about thirty in pasture and the remainder waa in Wood. With Small Means but Strong hands and a willing heart i went to work to see it i could get a subsistence from so unpromising a Patch of Earth. The result has been that i have lived and if i have grown Rich i have at least proved to my own satisfaction that farming is an honest in Ying business when properly and Intel gently conducted. In the first place i fenced off about five acres of my pasture land which i broke up and sowed with Grain and grass seed i took off but one crop Viz that of Grain the next year Bre amp King up another piece of my pasture i allowed my cattle to run upon the piece first sowed Down. In this Way in about years i had broken up and sowed Down the whole of my pasture land applying no dressing except that dropped by the cattle. Going Over my pasture land in this manner from two to three times removing Stone draining Etc., with no outlay for dressing i brought to some thirty acres of almost worthless pasture from a Large part of which i have Cut As much As three tons of Hay to the acre. While thus treating my pasture i have had the dressing made at my barn to apply to what was formerly my mowing land. I have also in order to accomplish what Webster so forcibly commended to Hayne a prudent husbandry of my resources put up several temporary Sheds for my sheep which i have moved from time to time to different portions of my Fields or pasture thus concentrating the valuable deposits of the animal and enabling me to apply them where most needed. By pursuing the course thus briefly described i have gradually restored to great Fertility an almost worthless and worn out pasture at an astonishingly Small outlay of expense. The principle on which i have conducted my farming operations and upon which i claim that farming can alone be made to pay is this the take no More from the land than you Beautiful women. All women know that it is Hearty rather than Genoa which All generations of men have worshipped in the sex. Can it he wondered at then that so much of woman s time and attention should tie devoted to the Means of developing and preserving that Hearty t women know too that when men speak of the int elect of women. They speak critically tamely coolly but when they come to speak of the charms of a Beautiful woman their language and their eyes kindle with an enthusiasm which shews them to he profoundly if indeed ridiculously in Zamost. It is part of the natural sagacity of women to perceive All this and therefore employ every allowable Art to become the Goddeke of that adoration. Preach to tho contrary As we May against the arts employed by women for enhancing their Beauty there still stands the eternal fact that the world does prefer the st piety of an ugly woman of Genius to that of a Beauty of less intellectual acquirement. The world has yet allowed no higher Mission to woman than to be Beauty fail and it would seem that the ladles of the present age Are carrying this idea of the world to greater extremes than Ever for All women now to whom nature Haa denied the talismanic Power of Beauty Supply the deficiency by the use of most delightful toilet article known As the quot Bloom of which has lately been introduced into this country by be Obs w. Laird a delicate a a a atm die a discovery or. Quot Walker s Caus Poonia hundreds of thousands c i quot 2 st o o Bear testimony to to bold wonder Ful curative elect a. I s what Are they of went and got behind me and pushed me right into the currant Bushes quot a few Days ago says the London Etc a singular instance of Motherly love w to brought under the notice of the Sheffield magistrates. The Mother of a lad who stood charged with pocket picking had come All the Way from America to him the moment she heard he was in custody Here and she now produced a return ticket for re crossing the Atlantic the moment her unworthy son got Liberty under the circumstances the chief Constable to liberate the prisoner on finding the Story told by the Mother was accurate. A Fafel gives the following reply to a correspondent quot there is no stated rules for writing love letters. You Idi Ould write on foolscap paper and Bear on As soft As Yon Capri icing words of such burning love that they will Ozzle on the Point of the pen. It is also advisable to Sling in a Bunch of pathos occasionally such As a Dearest Augustus i love you with a love As Large As an elephants i think of Jon a Ivery Day and by and by when the Tayb now longer i shall think of Yon twice a Day it is also Well enough to put an inkblot on the Corner with the Olney ration Darling i Kia aed this spot or i Hove a quot quot the Matt who Gen. Grant smokes was a Emif for War correspondent writing from the Field. When be led Bis forces against a hostile line be smoked. When he worked in the trendy he smoked. When Bis guns were crushing the rebellion into smoked. On duly or off a equally Cool and equally in conceded to outer appearance he smoked and the Man who smoked was the num who accomplished. Of a Isbit Bis flowed Bim into the Preddie Bibl chair great to the Dis Oom fort of the democracy. In answer to All their loud railings be smokes. La the management of the greatest problems of statesman slip into eng the greatest interests of be smoke de. Wherever it eel Aatif Ufim Beavy band oil.wa8te> ftiltte��.4pd a a pm ii of Widoe with a a puff. He Bimi Pat in boots. With too Many of us roots for cows and other Stock Are regarded As entirely secondary to the main crops of Grain and potatoes and so Are neglected until after Corn is planted if altogether. Swedish or russian turnips As they Are often called do need the whole season to grow and if sowed by the first of july Are in Early enough except on some cold hard soils where full crops can hardly be expected at All. On such ground it seems As if Ruta Bagas required the whole summer to make roots and establish connections with the soil so that they May make their great growth in the autumn. When swedes rata Bagas Are to be grown the Early part of Stine should be devoted to preparing the land by manuring and deep blowing and such thorough harrowing and tillage As shall kill at least two crops of weeds. A shares Harrow will be Lound a very efficient tool for preparing a Mellow surface. Between the 20th of june and the 20th of july according to circumstances March out the land in drills thirty inches apart ted sow in the drills by he about two barrels of Good superphosphate to the acre. This should be sifted and amp be from lumps and sowed evenly a Little scattered. Then with a band seed Drill sow the seed at the rate of one Pound to the acre that is use As utile seed As possible. The Early part of the month is too late to get a fair crop of carrots and parsnips and a moderate one of mangles or sugar beets on Ric soil we can hardly urge the cultivation of roots too strongly. No crops pay better on milk and in keep Viurma near City markets Liere rata Bagas can be bold the late sowed a Iines which do get so Large bring a better . Com for fodder. A i have tried different ways of raising it a in drills and broadcast. The latter i utterly detect it re Quiros More seed gives less fodder and leaves the Ladd less perfectly clean than Wheir in drills. I prepare the ground by first blowing As for aay other crop then harrowing and in Allie psf for Romong out with one horse and ,4b of tutors about three feet Rainart. Then take b Liaf Bushel Basket with Corn on the left Arm and ural King along betide the fun Ccu a it Crew the com tossing with the band a ii tale a Aretice Vaga Aoe with a a opus. I the Diana a a isue laa Tice a Fol a a Bible Hondred millions off arts a a Btu fur iwo Beautifier which smooths out All indentations furrows scars removing tan freckles and discolorations from the aun leaving the complexion Clear Brilliant and Beautiful the slain soft and smooth. With the assistance of this new american trick of a lady s toilet female Beauty is destined to play a larger part in the admiration of men and the ambition of women than All the arts employed since her creation. Prof. C. F. Chandler chemist tothe metropolitan Board of health has recently prepared a chemical analysis of this delightful toilet preparation and reported that the quot Bloom of youth quot was harmless containing nothing injurious to the health. Ladles need have no fear of neing this invaluable toilet acquisition. Sold by every druggist and fancy goods dealer in the United states. Depot 5 Gold st., new York. As heretofore we Small front Lune the Wool. Trade at we old place on the same general Planas for the pasty Abib Viz miking Wool a san realty w us a a no Macine re Toms promptly. Making Zbiral advances to parity a wishing to hold their Wool Cha Glne Only the usual rate of interest. A careful examination made by one of the firm of All Wool paced in our hands for tale. Special attention Given to unwashed wools which Veseli on their merits rather than on t e old Rale of one third off. And it growers have the Lack �oci.-8 for washing Thoron uhly we advise was lung atau. After the exp Renee of twelve tears la which we to gassed almost Eicle surely in Handlin i Western ools Seel Jug the Market undergo the most extreme from Tettz five Centt to More than one Dollar per Pound and we Tchong carefully tue causes that produced Thos a a Rialon it we do Doc Calm As so me of the houses Rei in tiv started Here do. To be Able to Tell j of we it Wool Wilt be Worth nex t week or next month of inst when to advise you to sell but we do claim that the neat amount and variety of Wool that we have Hnud a and the Large acquaintance we have made with n Ai of act Here and country enable us 10 obtain promptly the highest mat Icet Price for All descriptions of Wool. . Per Pond the s a overline i �8t-Bal�oi, st it by a i. Flu Ali. Charges the Wool is received. If wet till Thyce months if longer Only a additional charge for ios Urbaue and storage. In cab for no it had Vree of Cost to Thote shipping to us. Rarer encase auy Bank or Good Basla Ess House in Chicago. About pruning. It is the Fate of All Good ideas to be pushed to extremes. Ever e the Day when the ass broke into that grecian Vineyard and taught by his drops aug that some Good followed summer pruning thousands of leaves have been stripped off and millions of vines injured by a too free use of the pruning knife. We have Laboured As sincerely As any to show How a Ucli is lost in this Way and have pointed out that pruning As generally Practised tends to weaken vitality and pave the Way for future diseases. But we observe that some of our pupils Are going to another extreme. Prune at All getting to be a popular but a too common cry a Little pruning unlike a Little learning is at All a dangerous thing. Darwin has shown that there is amongst individual plaints a struggle tor lii e always going on. The stronger crowds out the weaker one but so Long As it lives the weaker has some effect on the stronger one. The same Law is Tnie of branches As of distinct plants each struggles for Light. The vigorous shoot shades the weaker but that in turn sometimes interferes with the Strong one and prevents it from utilizing the Light to the Best advantage. Thus it will be seen that to have the Best results we must regulate this struggle in nature. A dozen branches Well developed and having the ability to display All their Leafy charms to the admiring sunlight will be Worth much More to the Plant than double the number closely interfering with one another. A Good Gardener must have foresight. He should be Able to see in imagination a tree a year ahead of its real a growth and prune in Advance of the necessity of the tree. This will prevent much of the temporary injury which undoubtedly flows from severe pruning All at once and which if annually continued is a great s monthly. Dig around the Trees. This advice needs to be repeated daily. Every Farmer knows that a Hill of Corn or potatoes will amount to much unless cultivated and yet there Are Many will neglect to give the same care to a tree which is Worth a Hundred Hills of either of the former. In Rich soils Trees May grow rapidly without cultivation and no amount of weeds or grass will re tar them but there Are other things besides growth to look after. If the weeds and grass Are allowed to grow up around the stems of the Apple peach or quince Trees the bark will let come soft near their base by i eing shaded an i thereby be in a us table condition for reception of the eggs which will eventually become peach or Apple borers. Take any dozen Young Apple Trees in sections where the Apple tree Borer is abundant and allow a portion to be choked with weeds and the remainder Well cultivated and then watch the result from our own experience we believe that the chances Are nine to one in favor of those cultivated being exempt from this pest. The same is True in regard to Many other Trees which Are liable to the attacks of various species of insects. Tour evergreens should never. Have their lower branches shaded with weeds and grass and the soil As seut As the lower branches extend should l e stirred at least once in two or Oliree weeks during the entire stunner or Els i apply some kind o mulching that will effectually keep Down the weeds. Quot when the Trees become Large and Strong these precautions will be necessary. Every Blade of grass or Small Weed that is owed to grow about the Stem of your Young Trees will Iron the soil of moisture and this amp it alone ought to be sufficient to make every one practice thorough and careful ii attire quot quot and Soma. Aftab thirty years trial. Perry Davis quot pain quot May justly be styled the great Medicine of the world for there is no Region of the Globe into which it has found its Way and none where it has been largely used and prize. Moreover there is no cume to which it has proved itself to be Well adapted for the care of a considerable variety of diseases it is a speedy and Safe remedy for bums raids cuts bruised wounds and various other injuries As Well As for a Miinte a i Arboe 1, and Bowel complaints generally in is admirably intuited for every race of men on the fact of the Globe. Itis sold by All Medicine dealers. Chaff so Hannib fact rough Sion pump let ring worm Salt hmm and other cutaneous alte Eumont cured and the san made son and smooth by using the Jun ibb tab soap made by Cas bul Hazard co., new Tork. It let More Eoo Valient and Faaui applied than other remedies. Atom Dong the trouble of the Greasy compounds now in use. To purest and sweetest cod Uver of in the Irold u Hazard a Ca amp Wells made on the sea Shore trom fish selected livers to Gay Caswell a at amp co., Ken Tork. It is absolutely ptts and a test. Fuents who have once taken it prefer it to All others. Physic tan live decided it Superior to any of the other of in Market. Batcheler s hair Dye this splendid hair Dye la the Best in the world the Only True and perfect Dye harmless reliable. Instantaneous to disappointment no Ridic Loo tints remedies the ill effects of bad eyes invigorate and leaves the hair soft and Beautiful Black or Brown. Sold by All druggists and Fern Tunesia led at the wig factory 16 Bond and properly apply Street. New York. Bobbt Tanur should Send for the new quot Kansas subsoil attachment for costs but a trifle and will be Worth hundreds of dollars in the increase of crops see advertisement in special notice column. To race armed. Thrice is he armed who keeps within reach o his band a specific that at one and the same time will strengthen regulate and pair ii Bis system when enfeebled disordered Aad corrupted. Such is the three fold operation of Hostetter s stomach bitters and hence the great Superior of that Standard vegetable restorative Over ail medicines that Are merely tonics and nothing else. The effect of the Ordinary astringent tinctures and extracts upon the bowels is disastrous and upon the depraved blog cd or bile they produce no beneficial effects whatever. In dyspepsia and liver complaint All the fluids and Humours of the body Are More or less infected and the bowels Are often badly constipated. An unmodified astringent quinine for instance does infinitely More Barm than Good in such cases. In Hostetter s bitters on the other band the stimulating and tonic elements Are qualified with ape Rients and Antiseptic ingredients. The finest laxatives and blood dept rents in the vegetable kingdom Are intermixed with those of a purely invigorating nature and under the opera ton of this admirable combination the three important processes of invigoration regulation and purification go on together. The rapidity with which the disordered organization returns to its natural condition. Under a course of the bitters is due to this cause. Verv disturbed in Netlon of the body is favourably affected a the various properties of this comprehensive am Well balanced preparation. Amp a general Rule the bowels Are More subject to irregularities and the fluids More liable to become vitiated in Spring and summer than in Winter and hence the bitters Are especially valuable As a Spring and summer Altera tive Lorre calve and inv Gorant. At All seaeons., where the seeds of intermittent fevers infect the air this healthful vegetable elixir should be taken As a protective Medicine. Pat hubs Are very much used tear the Bur for Lull dress instead of flow by vat 2i for june 11 font ans a firc chapter of dem new Story quot the myst of Edwin drop with the original slides. The the Valley of Mattuch Bwl Zetland Jim i a Oay uni by the tver Captain cattle and Jack in her decoration Day the seven Ages seen a Tai Alaska bit hot. B. Forster. X Uia its of Good a Boit i Perley. Furrh wot a Kevo Letlon in 0��okery since the introduce Tolono the Patent spa Moos a Luton has taken place in that department o a Complete Revo. It of cookery to a Holch we owe the Ilax Urles of the dessert. The most custard i Charlotte Kusse Lucid from this palatable nutrient at about one third of the former Cost. A in at Economy of tin Well As Money is effected by its Delic Oua Blanc Mange j-11 costs Light puddings amp a. Are produced nutrient at about one third of the Economy of tin e Well As mom Nee. The preparations made from it Are pronounced by physician a to be the Best possible diet for cons m a to tips by spent no and persons suffer no from a tromsness and be eral debility. Can ale cents fat in on Vliem and gain no Idle in must it Cular strength As Wel it As in fish. The sea Moss �arlneco., m Park place new tort who Are n Ann factoring this Aric e f of the Best Orlf h Moss produce an array of medical and general to 8 Moi y in its Envor. Who his or factly overwhelming and must set All doubts of its Superior to As an Allmen Ary Staple if any exist entirely at rest. In numbers there is safety. Principle that the formula of Jumson a met Mani Hebb Penxa was prepared. Or Judson intending to stipend a Fortune in advertising his pills submitted his recipe to the revision of the most intelligent and Learned physicians of the age. And the result is a i simple but most efficacious Medicine the Jutdson Moit Taik Hubb pne. They purify the blood remove All obstructions cleanse the skin of All pimples and blotches and Are perfectly sure and Safe in their operation. The Jtj son s Mountain Hubb Ponxs care bilious Ness female headache and Many of the diseases arising from impure blood and a deranged digestion. Use the Toson s Moi stain Herb i is. And when Yon have firoved their Vir Tuo recommend them to your friends. They Are both sugar coated and Plain. For Sale everywhere. Hts my a Machin free for stamp. J of a Mew Book amp co., n. T. of great i Terpst to everybody address o. B. Eau Ian Edsa Toledo Ohio. The quot Cor j and Black As the Raven s Wing is k der Seaven ird Uble Ink. It flows freely Neter blots and never fades. Used Ai easily As c Mon Ink with b steel Iraq ii . Remember quot Kave sold everywhere. _ kid dab it with Ebblie Manula tourers . The most pop Niar Medicine extant 1840 thirl5fears il87c since the introduction of Perry a Avis Kiliper. Thirty years it has been before the Public and in tha time has become known in All parts of the world and bean used by in Remayna. Be of All nations. That same food and efficient Rem Edv. Its wonder tot Power in die Vine tha most severe pains t<a8 never been equated and it has earned la world wide popularity by ita intrinsic Merit. No Cora tive agent has bad to Wale spread Sale or Given such Universal sat action. Directions accompany each Bogue. 3. M. Harris do co., Fiona proprietor Cincinnati Omo sold by All drag gusts. Something new via a those fall acted with cough or consumption Bead the ibid owing Rad learn the value of xxx it 1 itt Tira lis am. It do be .�oilut1>, or Ohio burgeon in die army during tia expo Anre contracted . Or Saja. A Lna Tatlak that u was by the a ibo or Yoor Litno Balsam that i am now Auve a of a to Tirl Layr. Quot Ira comm and in prefer Doe to any offer Medicine i it it pm . Ai Ojon s Bai Isaw l8theremt4y to6arealllim and Throat Tisdon Adbi to rotted Lily tested before Naii Bau Ami it we it Poiure when All Uuna til Coo Many each Bothe the weekly allx half a of a let at. We will Send the weekly Sun to new sub scrub Era for of the y Arlo Lann iry 1, 1s�z1 for Ftp to i ends. Or the Feml we Mil a it a for the quot same period for one d l a this i excellent Opportunity to test the Quality of the so s at a very Low Prce. Tiie new took Envis undoubtedly the Best and cheapest of All the new York weeklies. The weekly Noll a Guiv is prepared w the special reference to the wants of country Rea i. Is. I contains news the w Elf a m al parts fifth Globe the most interesting editorial article s Ort a Ali y 8ux. And the most in Tractive Lind Fertal Miscer inny. Its quot. Attie Podue Gese it al Market. Farmers club and Agi Kultur a reports we 1 be found ail that a an be Aesir d. As a general family it Wilt Par to cola by accept am quot. _ the sort it x yes of is o he same size and general character As the week a but has spa. E for a greater Valety of mis Cellaneous Reading and i banishes the new to to subs Lier la greater Trest mass because t Somes twice a week ins Ead of once Only. In a subscription is Only two d a year the Ordinary Price of a n. W York weekly. The s edition also contains the a Leal Tura and Misc Llano us Matt r arc piled f r the weekly. I. W. England 1-Abilsher. New York. In cents will pay for Wielt Doti. Us Sun irom a Jav now to january let to 187l, Sqq pay for Semi Bakty fion to same How to get patents is fully in a pamphlet of 108 pages lust issued by my inn amp co., 37 Park Kow new York. Sent free. Quito amp co., editor Solen Tilc american the Best Mechi Metcal paper in the world 25 Yabs taken More a cents and examined More invent tonn than any other Agency. Send sketch and desc Ripon for opinion. No Chabok. Yes itis Truie that the bin Ifo Tiwu a the Bem join Phi so the Bent self Rak re to by found in the world Are the original Ana or liable d non Motlon Ierna Marh lips Maue by the Tea Mani fac l urine co., of Salem of o. Sajid Lor pamphlet containing particulars tanning a Patent kid fining Skeleton Corset. They Are a tiie Ancy drink made of poor rum Huuey proof my Irish in refuse Liguoro doctored spiced a uni Sicri enc to please the taste called quot tonics quot quot Apin i a cars quot quot restorers quot sc., that Lead the to pal Rou 1.� drunkenness and ruin but arc a True .mcdiciiu., inn it la from tho native roots and ii Chr of re it from All alcoholic . Why Ai great blot cd purifier und a it i iving Plain quot cil la quote Pipit fact a i iii incl orator of the system Curry info off al matter and restoring the Bloo Tuo a healthy a uni Ilion. No person can take these bitters according to direction and remain Long unwell. Slut willbe Given for an to Curallo Case provided the Bones arc destroyed by Mineral Poison or other Means and tic vital organs wasted beyond tic Point of repair. For and chronic relic Nina Tiam and a gout a a pepsin or Indis Estious and intermittent feet is diseases of the blood. Live. Kidney and bladder these bitters have in most successful. Sac i diseases Are can <1 by vitiated generally product Iby derangement of the digestive Orara is. Dyspepsia or in Dick it it tio head ache pain in the shoulders Cou filie ight Ness of tho Chest dizziness. Sour erect actions o the stomach bad taste la tho month bilious Attai v a palpitation of the heart inflammation of the la. A a. I am 1. The regions of the , and a Hundred other painful symptoms Are the offspring of dyspepsia. They invigorate the stomach and stimulate the torpid liver and bowels which Render them of unequalled Eta Cacy in cleansing the blood of All impurities Aud imparting new life and vigor to the whole system. Forskin diseases eruptions tetter Salt , spots pimples pustules boils,, scald head sore jecs Erysipelas. Itch smurfs discolorations of the skin Humours and diseases of the skin of whatever name or nature Are literally dug up and carried out of the system in a Short time by the use of these bitters. One Bolo in such cases will convince the most incredulous of thir curative a a text. A a cleanse the vitiated blood whenever you find its the Suin i pimples eruptions or sores cleanse it when you find it obstructed and sluggish in the veers cleanse it when it is foul Androu feelings will Tell you when. Keep tho blood pure and the Chaltu of the system will follow. Pin tape and other tvo rms. Lurli Ingin the so item of so Many thousands Are effectually destroyed and removed. For full directions read carefully the circular around each bottle printed in four languages English Germau French and Spanish a quot. Warbler proprietor. R. H. Mcdonald amp co., big gifts and Gen. Agents. San Francisco cal. And 32 and 34 Commerce Street new York. Fig sold by All dbuggtst5 and dealers. Treat Chance for Rattek is. 1 last a Hundred years. If Bush and pleasant employment air rash. C. Bush iac�., manufacturers 75 William si., a. R. A or 1� Dearborn,�., Chicago. This Corset is constructed on an entirely new Princl Ile being <��7, and there it Ltd allowing the Crew st circular ion possible Bei Ildus giving perfect ease and combo t to it he wearer and at the Sam time puss is song All he advantages of the common corsets in giving support to the body. For health. Grace and Comfort they Are ten brr Llyd in tab Market. They Are particularly lec commend. for summer Wear and Stirm climates although equally Well adapted to All reasons of the year Rhey Are hit Fly recommended in medical and a Solen Tilc men. Circulars Bricf i Douce fer Sale by All first class �?�., address the n or skirt co., . Mass. Axiom or e mrry a is far Superior to any other in the Market for grinding Mower a reaper in lots As it cuts a iter turns easier keeps always True is shipped at one Ronith t Cost. Is cheaper and More durable and after Harvest can be clamped to a bar or table and used As a Home and Genera grinder. Send for of cin ular. Iii its wanted. Address a. T. Bates t c<>., 65 s. Anal-tt., Chicago 111caution to watch buyers. Tju scrupulous parties Are Selling worthless Swiss watches bearing trademarks very nearly similar to the trademarks of genuine Watham watches. This is n it Only a Fevand on the purchaser but a great inh iry to the reputation of the Jennins we tech. To avoid imposition buyers should insist of getting genuine Waltham watches and take to other. This a tier Only Safe Rule since some Sellers frequently Endeavor to sen other watches in preference on which Larcer profits Are made the trademarks of the various styles Are american watch , mass. An. Watch , mass american watch co.jure8cent-8t.wa Tham mass. Appleton Tracy amp , mass Waltham watch , mass p s. Tham mass. We. , mass. Hums watch , mass examine the spelling of these names i Aref ally before buying any variation even of a single letter indicates a coup Perteit. For Sale by ail leading jewellers. Robbers amp , general agents ins Broadway k Hoff s malt extract. A nourishing palatable Ohk possessing remedial properties adapted to the sick dyspeptic and rated As a remedy it invigorates the whole sys pm cures Dos riders of the stomach loss of a recite obstinate Catarrh coughs hoarseness Fula i sep ent cods Tnp on ctc., As a item Ana mild tonic it is invaluable to the enfeebled and convalescent of All Ages and both sexes wide Ai a pleasant beverage it is Hughl to the Laste. Sold by All arvo obits and grocers. 278 Bree Wlch st. N.y., i Fob on fid states. A to. Tab Kat amp co. Sou to kits f and. The convinced Liat tie Best hair re Strati to in All the world Iscel Valier Slife forthe hair. It has late y undergone a thorough Elmange my is now More perfect than Ever. It restores Gray hair to Ite original Colora strengthens and increases tha growth of the weakest hair a bad Fob to Barisbi of the haib to8. A. Bet alter a. D., 104 k. Ssh st., i Rew Tork. State where Yon aae t new Minn of the e Wor Lacut this out and sad Twenty five cents for a tic ket and draw a _ maoliine., piano or some article of value. No Blanks. Address Pat Kab a co a ii Connau. Ohio Tai inv Drea waiter Klesli Biumi inst Taie. 304 Wabash ave. _ great remedy of the age. Pir Jna coming a it the Citer should take the Batsa. Near the hotels and Kwh. Ravji a a r�., a Wabash Avenne Chicago if. Tub Weed a Amily favorite sewing machine Focan kinds of family work in use. Esp Onahue agent was to in every county a Liberal la count to the Trade. And amp a Pritz list and Tarma to to to. O. To Tours in i �ke.. Cht6, agent tar the North chcapena$2.00. Important to Farmers. A new and iwo st valuable inv a a Loti tho Kamas sub Soli attachment for plows Patent. j a Losili 18t0. The above is without doubt Ilie and nui.1t perfect subs a ter Ever uttered to l a i a a every Farmer i the United Stales should bave u. F e undersigned sole proper Luious Otter the Tolloy e terms to the farming Community every wher.-, i Vance of travelling agonis non receipt old. We will Send by return mall to any address a i anti r s Lucens t or the ub80ll Aita Clinent for the Fulti Root the Patent seventeen year Vitacco a pm Nied to it m occur al fall size engraving of the subsoil a by he any Blacksmith can easily make it Aud it is Tacic to any plow in a Tew i utes or a Sample 8u>_soiicr by express with License. &c., on receipt of 7, quot lil ship rights with a san pie r Gratis $., by postal order if applied for immediately. A arcs amp. Co. R. Johnson Taymond Block Lawrence Kan agents want blk Fok ladies of the Wiite House. A by Mita. Ikauka. Cart air hollow at. An authentic biography of every lady who has profit As a stress 5f the presidential mansion front Washington s administration Down to the present Tom amp showing Only the Beauty enl but the sad and Shadow sides of their histories. Flu started with numerous steel late . For circular and terms address of. S. Pub jims co., Iso s Clark st. Chicago. Hi., or 177 w. 4th st Cincinnat this a a a a Wex Csc saw i axb8 a Wasi oaw8 of All Descry pilots. A Beltran cd Iffus furnish less. Cirius Plait saws solid Teeth or with Pakht Loisia tive rior to Ainsa to Kiwi. By frices reduced. A _ tar Bend for Price list and circulars. Pm Welch a Griffiths Boi Itou. Mam. Or Detroit Mich. Salesmen wanted in a paying ,4l3cheai a a bulness. S. . Per month introduce the _ _ e family so wrong machine this Vachine will stitch i hem fell tuck quilt Cord bind braid and embroider in a most Superior Only il8. Fully warranted for ave years. Will pay a Imo for any no Chine that will sew a stronger More be anti us or Mora elastic seam than ours. It makes tiie quot x last c l Ock every second stitch can be Cut Ansti Lulko cloth cannot be pulled apart without tearing it. We pay agents trom Fis to woo per month ainu expenses or a commission from we lii Wice that a Noiin can be made. Add. Is comb amp co. Pittsburgh f a. Boston. M ss., or st. 1 Ouis to. Caution beware of All Agellos Sellins machines under the same name As ours unless they can show a of Agency signed by is. We shall put 1 old ourselves responsible for worthless machines sold he other parties and shall prosecute 11 parties tither Selling or using machines u der his name to the full , unless such machines were of aai cd from us or our agents. be imposed upon by parties who copy on advertisement and circulars and offer worthless machines at a its Prce. Be Irrer need Luckl us Hope that the insane Pracca of administering poisonous Eva cunts in cases of indigestion bilious Ness canst Patlon. And female debut a. Is almost out of Date. When the tonic Ca Tua rili or Duc Edby f sanitary Spring in die world is re prod cd by science in the form of ask aft a Skotzky ask big it. It la indeed kids Kramer madness to rack relax and 1 rotate the diseased or a feeble system with drastic purgative. This refreshing and ded Clous counterpart of a remedy prepared by the curative hand of the omnipotent physio an himself is everywhere superseding the nauseous Ana suck eng compounds hereto lore used Aux adv All drug lists. Agents wanted. Nampa a to to per week guaranteed to Elow sex goods new and As Staple As floor. Send cents for rectum Post a. M. O. L1nin6ton, 88 8. Balsted-st., Chicago. Amk Micah 8aw co., to. 1 a tar st. Cor. It i it old new York. Nam Winege ask your Groeni for Prussing a a der vinegar warranted pure palatable. And to preserve pickles. First Premium awarded at the u. S. Fair 111. State fair or. Lat to works in the i tilted 1848. Chas. 6. K. Pritsk Tinq �41 state st. Chicago. Al. I so b o a Kovs a Rivko for

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