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to the Kbtiistkr in the localities nioiitioneo :
Miwsrs. Kirk & Hume....
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S. It. I'ltmshtou
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Messrs. Smith ,t !i-.i!iell.
J. B. Irvine
Tlio-ii II. lle.ynolXs
. .Junction City.
.. ..DKCKMBKR 1, 1S7G.
Hayes beat Tilden
"When a Patterson
thev bail him out.
man gets lull
Dadc, Urcynnrd, and Lafayette coun
ties, Florida," have not yet been heard
Gov. Chamberlain docs not admit
the power ot'the Supreme Court to con
trol the action ot the board.
Construction work in the navy yards
will be stopped in a few days on ac
count of lack of appropriations.
The Fuyallup coal road is actually
commenced. One tree was cut down
Poll 8, of Madison parish, returned
nq vote to the Hoard, because ofa body
otf armed men cavryiug oft the ba'lot-
Attorney General Cocke, of Florida,
holds that Gov. Mcnrus has i o anthnri- j
ty to canvas-s the vote lor Presidential
Tweed is once more in Ludlow street
fail. On meeting the warden he said. ;
i.w . . T n , , ..
"I thought I wou d come and see you
Aldricb the Democratic contesting j
Presidential elector, has served on the
Governor a protest against the issuing '
ofa certificate to Sollacc. j
. . .
uepublicans claim 03 mojor.tj for
39 counties thus far heard from in Flor-
ida. The returns from the Democratic ,
counties are still kept back.
Tbe complains that sev- j
. cral studeuts of the Willamette Uni- j
versity behave themselves "highly
; pretty" at churcli.
Democrats in Louisiana have protest
cd against the Supervisors of Registra
"tion counting the votes of fourteen par
ishes which had not filed their returns
at the time the board adjourned on the
Now that John Lick has compromis
ed with the Lick trustees, tho other rel
atives, feeling themselves left out in the
-cold, will bring suit in hope ot being
A party ot Germans, employed in a
mill at South Adams, Mass., went to
Pittsfield to be naturalized, and after
procuring their papers had a prayer
meeting in which divine guidance as
voters was implored.
Sehome district in Whatcom county,
locs the handsome in the way of enter
tainments. One evening last week
they had an exhibition, a $42 collection
for the benefit of the school, and wound
up with "an orderly and well arranged
Hal Nicart, a noted manager of
minor theatres at Paris a generation
since, is dead. lie opened a theatre,
but to fail and be imprisoned for debt,
and was almost as speedily discharged
to open another theatre. One day
Dumas went to the jail to see him.
" He has just been set at liberty," said
the keeper. "Very well," said Dumas,
taking a chair, "I will wait for him."
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The following bit of romance does
'very well to fill in with ; but if Tildcn'a
marriage depends upon his elevation to
the Presidency, he'll die an old bachelor:
The Times' special from Ithaca says ;
A gentleman of standing and undoubt
ed veracity recently arrived here from
San Francisco, has given currency to a
report that Tilden is affianced to Mies
Carrie Gwin, a lady about 35 years of
age and daughter of Duke Gwin, form
erly a wealthy land owner of Tennessee,
U- S. Senator, Confederate sympathizer
and Mexican nobleman, now a resident
rf San Francisco, and an active politi
cian. Tho engagement waa made at
Saratoga daring the stay ot Tilden at
that place during the summer, ana
while he was preparing bis now fam
ous letter ot acceptance. The marriage
is to be consummated on Tilden's ac
cession to tfie Presidential cbair. Gwin,
it is said, w.. iiow in Europe awaiting
the counting ot the electoral voie.
A Londoner having read in a Boston
paper an ad vortisement headed "Ameri
can Steam Safe Company," remarked
that he was glad if the Americans bad
rr.sdo steam saie company.
Hold Your Head I'p Like a Mnn.
If the stormy winds should rustle,
While you trend the world's highway,
Still against them brarely tussle,
Hope and labor day by day ;
Falter not, no matter whether
There Is sunshine, storm or calra,
And in every ldiid ot weather.
Hold yonr head up like a mwn.
If a brother should deceive you.
And should act a traitor's part.
Never let his treason grieve you,
Jog along with lightsome heart ;
Fortune seldom follows fawning.
Boldness is the plan,
Hoping for better dawning,
Hold your head up like- a man.
Earth, though e'er so rich and mellow,
Yields not for the worthless drone.
But the bold and honest fellow,
He can shift and stand alone ;
Spurn the knave of every nation.
Always do the best j-ou can.
And no mutter what your station,
Hold your head up like a man,
How Mark Twain Itnn nn Agricul
I did not take the temporary editor
ship of an agricultural paper without
misgivings. Neither would a lands
man take command of a ship without
misgivings. Uut I was in circumstances
tbat made the salary an object. The
regular editor ot the paper was going
off for a holiday, and I accepted the
terms he offered and took his place.
The sensation of being at work again
was luxurious, and I wrought all the
week with uuilaing pleasure. We
went to press, and I waited a day, with
some solicitude, to see whether my ef
fort was going to attract any notice.
As I left the ofiice toward sundown, a
group of men and boys at the toot of
the stairs disjiersed with one impulse,
and gave me the passage way, and I
heard one of them say : "That's him !"
I was naturally pleased by this inci
dent. The next morning I found a
similar group at the foot of the. stairs,
and scattering coup'es and individuals
siaJig i)erc anj there in the street,
, ... .,
and over the wav, watching me with
. -' "
The grol!p separated aj ,elj as
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I approached, and 1 heard a man say :
"Iook at his eye!" I pretended not to
observe the notice I was attracting, but
T wM wk . d
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P"rposmg to write an account ot it to
ny aunt. I went up the short flight of
stairs and heard cheery voices and a
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rinSInS laugh as I drew near the door,
which I opened, and caught a glimpse
of two young rural-looking men, whose
faces Wa"c,,cl 3,m1 lenSh wbe
tliey 6a" ; " then they both
- ' ntii?irrofl tTiriMirrh thr. TTMiirtrmr wifl,
great crash. I was surprised.
In about half an hour an old gentle
man, with a flowing beard and a fine
but rather austere face, entered and sat
down at my invitation. He seemed to
have something on his mind. He took
off his hat and set it on tbe floor, and
got out of it a red silk handkerchief and
a copy of our paper.
ITe put tho paper on his lap, and
while be polished bis spectacles with
his I andkerchief, he said : "Are you
the new editor ?"
I said I was.
"Have you ever edited an agricul
tural paper before ?"
"No," said I ; "this is my first at
tempt." "Very likely. But have you ever
had any experience in agriculture prac
"No ; I believe I have not."
"Some instinct told me so," said the
old gentleman, putting on his spectacles
and looking over them with asperity,
while he folded bis paper into a conven
ient shape. "I wish to read you what
made me have that instinct. Listen
and see if it was yon that wrote it."
"Turnips should never be pulled ; it
injures them. It is much better to send
a boy up and let him shake the tree,"
'Now, what do you tbink ot that
for I really supposo you wrote it ?"
"Think of it? Why, I think it is
good. X think it is sense. 1 have no
doubt tbat every year millions and
millions of bushels of turnips are spoil
ed in tfais township alone by being
pulled iu half ripe condition, when, if
they bad sent a boy up to shake the
"Sbake your grandmother ! Turnips
don't grow on trees 1"
"Ob, they don't, don't they. Well,
who said they did ? The language was
intended to be figurative wholly fig
urative. Anybody who knows anything
will know that. I meant tbat tbe boy
should fcfiake the vine
Then the old gentleman got up and
tore bis paper all into small sbrods and
stamped en them, and broke severa
tbiogs with bis cane, and said I did not
know as much as a cow ; and then
went out and banged tlie door alter
him, and, in short, acted in such a way
tbat I fancied be was displeased about
something. But not knowing what
the trouble was, I could not bo ot any
bclD to bira.
Iretty soon after this a long .cadaver
ous creature, with lanky Iocks banging
down to his shoulders and a week
stubble bristling from the bills and val
leys ot his lace, darted within the door,
and hftHed motionless, with finger on
lip, and head and body bent in listening
No sound was beard. Still be lis
tened. No sound. Then he turned
the key in the door, and came elabor
ately tiptoeing toward mo till be wa
within long reaching distance of me,
when he stopped, and after scanning
my face with intense interest for awhile,
drew a folded copy of our paper from
his bosom, and said :
"There, you wrote that ! Head it to
me, quick. Believe me ; I sutler !"
I read as follows, and as the senten
ces tell from my lips, I could see the
relief come. I could see the drawn
muscles relax and the anxiety go out
of the lace, and rest and peace steal
over the features like tbe merciful moon
light over a desolate landscape :
"The guano is a fine bird ; but great
care is necessary in rearing it. It should
not be imported eailier than June or
later than September. In the winter it
should be kept in a warm place, where
it can hatch out its young.
"It is evident that we are to have a
backward season for grain. Therefore
it would be well for tbe farmer to begin
setting out bis cornstalks, and planting
his buckwheat cakes iu July instead of
"Concerning the pumpkin. This berl
ry is a favorite with the natives of the
interior of New Fngland, who prefer it
to the gooseberry for the making of
fruit cake, and wbo likewise give it the
preierence over the rasberry for feeding
cows, as being more tilling and fully as
satisfying. The pumpkin is the only
esculent of the orange family that will
thrive iu the North, except the gourd
and one or twf varieties of the squash.
But the cnstoln of planting it iu the
front yard is fast going out of vogue,
for it is now generally conceded that
tho pnnipkiii as a shade tree is a failure.
"Now, as tho warm weather ap
proaches, and the gai;ders begin to
The excited listener sprang towards
me to shuke bauds, and had : j
"There, there that will do. I
know, I know I am all right now, be
cause you have read it just as I did,
word for w rd. But, stranger, wltcn I
first read it this morning, 1 eaid to my
self, I never bvlievod it before, lint
withstanding tny friends kept me under
watch so strict, but now I believe I am
crazy ; and with that I fetched a howl
that you might have heard two miles,
and started out to kill somebody lo
calise Vuu know, I knew it would
come to that sooner or later, and so I
might as well begin. 1 read one of
those paragraphs over again so as to be
certain, and then 1 burned my house
down ai;d started. I have crippled
several jieople, and have got one fellow
up a tree where I can get him it I want
him. But I thought I would call in
here as I passed along, and make the
ining perteciiy ceitain ; ana now it is
certain, and I tell you it's lucky for that
hap in the tree I should have killed
him at sure as i went back. Good-by,
sir ; good-by ; you have taken a great
oad on my mind. My reason has
stood the strain of one of your agricul
tural articles, and I know that nothing
can unseat it now. Good-by, sir.
I felt a little uncomfortable about the
cripplings and arson this person had
been entertaining himself with, for I
could not help feeling remotely acces
sory to them. Hut these thoughts were
quickly banished, for the regular editor
walked in. 1 thought to myself now
if you had gone to Egypt, as I recom
mended you to, I might have had a
chance to get my hand in, but you
wouldn't do it, and here vou are. I
sort of expected you.
1 lie editor was looking sad, perplexed
He surveyed the wreck which tho
old rioter and these two young farmers
had made, and then said :
"This is a sad business a very sad
business There is tho mucilage bottle
broken, and six panes of glass, and a
spittoon and two candlesticks, i But
that is not the worst. The reputation
of the paper is injured permanently, I
fear. True, there was never such a call
for the paper before, and it never sold
such a large edition or soared to such
celebrity, but one does not waut to be
famous for lunacy, and prosper upon
the infirmities of his mind ? My friond.
as I am an honest man, the street out
here is fud of people, and others are
roosting on the fence, waiting to catch
a glimpse of you, because they think
you are crazy. And well they might,
after reading your editorials. 1 hey
are a disgrace to journalism. Why,
what put it into your head that you
could edit a paper of this nature?
Yon do not seem to know tho first
rudiments of agriculture. Yon speak
of a furrow and a harrow as being the
same thing ; you talk of tbe moulting
season lor cows ; and you recommend
the domestication of the polecat on ac
count of its playfulness and its excel
lence as a ratter. Your remark that
clams will lie quiet if music be played
to them, was superfluous entirely su
perfluous. Nothing disturbs clams.
Clams always lie quiet. Clams care
nothing whatever about music. And
heavens and earth friend ! If you bad
made the acquiring of ignorance the.
study of your life, you could not have
graduated with'higher -honor than you
could to day, I never saw anything
like it. Your observation of tho borse
cbestuut as an article; of commerce
steadily gaining in favor, is simply cal
culated to destroy this journal. I want
you tothrow up your situation and go.
i want no more holiday I could not
enjoy it if I bad it certainty not with
you in my chair. I would always
stand in dread of what you might rec
ommend next. It makes me lose all
patience every time I think of your dis
cussing oyster-beds under the head of
'Landscape Gardening 1 want you to
go. Nothing on earth could induce roe
to take another holiday. Ob ! why
didn't you tell me you did not know
anything about agriculture.'
"Tell you, yon cornstalk you cabbage,
you son ot a caulinower i i me
time I ever heard such an unfeeling re
mark. I tell you I have been in tbe
editorial business going on fourteen
years, and it is the first time I ever
heard ot a man's having to kuow any
thing in order to edit a newspaper.
You turnip I Who write tho dramatic
criticisms for"' second rate-players?
Why, a parcel of promoted shoemakers
and apprentice apothecaries, who kuow
just as much about good acting as I do
about farming, and no more. Who re
view the books ? People who never
wrote one. Who do- up the heavy
leaders on finance? Parties who have
tbe largest opportunities for knowing
nothing about it. Who criticise the
Indian campaigns? Gentlemen who
do not know a war-whoop from a wig
wam, and who never run a foot-race
with a tomahawk, or pluck arrows out
of several members ot their families to
build tbe evening camp-fire I with.
Who wrote tbe temperance appeals and
clamor about the flowing bowls ? Folks
wbo will never draw another sober
breptb till they do it in the grave.
Who edits the agricultural papers, you
yam? Men, as a general thing, who
fail in tbe poetry line, yellow-covered
novel line, sensation drama line, city
editor hue, and finally fall back on ag
riculture as a temporary reprieve from
the poor bouse. You try to tell me
anything about the newspaper business!
Sir, I have been through it from Alpha
to Omaha, and I tell you the less a
man knows the bigger noise be makes
and the higher salary he commands.
Heaven knows, it I had been ignorant,
instead of cultivated, impudert instead
of diffident, I could have made a name
for mys-elf in this cold, selfish world. 1
take my leave, sir. Since I have been
treated as you have treated me, I am
perfectly willing to go. But I have
done my duty. I have fulfilled my
contract so far as I was permitted to do
it. I said I could make your paper ot
interest to all classes and I have. I
saicf i could run 'onr Ciiciralion up to
twenty thousand copies, and had I two
weeks more I d have done it. And I'd
have given you the best of readers that
an agricultural paper ever had not a
farmer in it, nor a solitary individual
who could tell a watermelon tree from
a peach vine to pave his life. You are
the loser by this rupture, not mo, pie
plant. Adios." I then loft.
Ma uk Twaix
The N. Y. Tribune is resjjoiisible for
this: There is one mouth less for
Uncle Sam to ll-ed at the Standing
lioek Agency on the Upper Missouri.
The Indians while cutting up their beet
on October 16th, i wilted Wild Bear, a
scout, with hanging round the troops.
ihe scout resented the insult, and
Crooked Neck, one of the Blacklist,
retorted by d ra ving a knife and at
tempted to stab him. An Indian duel
was arranged without delay. v ild
bear borrowed a rifle and left the cor
ral, with Crooked Nesk at his heels.
Shots were exchanged with real rapid
ity, the marksmen gradua ly approach
ing each other. 1 tie scout killed his
man, shooting him again and again
while standing over his prostrate body.
At tho agency the .murderer was com
plimented for ridding the post of a
quarre'some and treacherous Indian.
feuch a brutal sceno as this does not
tend to increase the public respect for
the agency sy-tem.
The Czar Alexander receives in round
umbers, $25,000 a day income ; the
Turkish Sultan, $18,000 ; tbe Emperor
of Austria $10,000; the Emperor of
Germany 8,200; the King of Italy
$6,440 ; the Queen ot England, $6,720;
the King ot. tho Belgians, $1,743 ; the
President of the French Republic, 500;
the President of the Uited States,
$146. and yet, notwithstanding this
fact, there are hundreds of good citizens
wha aspire to be President ot this great
The accute and quick witled Rev.
Lemuel llaynes, ot Vermont, well
known years ogo throughout New
England, was once saucily accosted by
an impudent trifler with the question,
"Mr. Ua)'iies, how old do you suppose
the devil is ?" "You roust keep your
own family record," was the immediate
A little five year-old girl had been
told that it was night on the other side
ot the world when it was daylight on
this. As a proof that this astronomical
fact had taken root she exclaimed opon
rising the next morning : "Now they
are just going to bed in China and the
skeetcrs are beginning to bite them.'
The latest, simplest, and most effect
ual mouse-trap yet thought of is an
earthen wash-bowl, half filled with
water, covered over with meal and
placed on the pantry shelf. A Pulaski,
New York, woman recently caught
halt a dozen ot the mischjef-makers in
one night by this method.
'What did tbe Puritans come to
this country for ?" asked a Massachq
setts teacher of the class in American
history. "Tp worship in their own way
and make other people do the same.
was the reply.
Colored Chief, ot the (Charleston de?
. t At i. -l. i j
leetives, Was Boob uirougn me iieau ui4
kilM hv a vonntr white man named
Frank Jchnson. in a pistol affair con
eerning a colored woman on the 20th.
Ti. rrJincf Avr.la;n
if utiis isuicr u uuuiuuo t ui is ujiiii
a big gate. "Now," said the old man,
"jest you take trie suoumesc Kina ot
pcrfe ont of this, will you ?'
Be earnest in thy calling,
Whatever it may be ;
Time" sands are ever falling,
And will not wait for thee.
With zeal and vigor labor ;
And thou wilt surely rise ;
Oh ! suffer not thy neighbor
To bear away the prize.
Be earnest in devotion.
Old age is drawing near ;
A bubble in life's ocean
Thou soon wilt disappear.
CURIOUS IIIS TOST OF A STATE.
The territory now known as Wiscon
sin was claimed by France, ou th
ground of discovery by its missionaries
and teachers in 1670, who governed it
until they ceded it to Great Britain iu
1763. It was held by the British na
tion until 1782, when was called all her
possessions north-east ot the Ohio to the
United States. Wisconsin was then
thrown under the territorial government
of Ohio by the ordinance of 1787. On
the fourth of July, 1800, Indian Terri
tory was organized, and it was attached
to tbat territory until April 18, 1818,
when Illinois became a State. It was
then attached to tho territory ot Wis
consin, July 4, 1836; so that Wisconsin
was governed by the King ot France
ninety-three years ; the King of Great
Britain twenty years; by the State of
Virginia one year ; by the territory of
Ohio sixteen years; by Indiana Territory
nine years; Illinois Territory, nine years,
and Michigan Territory eighteen years.
She continued a Territory ot the United
Stales nearly twelve years, when, on the
13th of March, 1848," she became tbe
thirtieth State of the American Union.
A student, after passing three years
in the "Latin quarter," wrote to his
father as tol'ows : "I have made up
my mind to set to work, dear father ;
therefore, I should like to know
whether it was law or medicine I came
to Paris to stud-."
A goaler in a Western State had re
ceived orders not to keep his prisoners
in solitary confinement. Once when he
j had two in charge one escaped, and he
1 was obliged to kick the other out of the
door to comply with the regulation.
The Chief Marshal of a political
demoiistralio" concluded his general
orders as toiiows: v 1 tie Ciiiet Mar
shal proposes lo move himself at 8
o'clock precisely, and hopes to be fol
lowed promptly by the entire process
ion." Somebody remarks that young ladies
look upon a by as a nuisance until he
is past the age of sixteen, when he gen
erally doub'es tip' in value each j ear.
until, like a meerschaum pipe, be is
Sweetbrier won the trottinff race at
Oakland on the third. Best time 2:314.
E. II. Allen hax been appointed agent
for the Indians of Fort B?rthoId Agency,
The suspended bank of commerce has
resumed business with Dr. Thompson
Alfred A Hot, head of the firm of nc-
couts at Sheffield, has failed for $150,-
Madrid papcis dei-y that King Al-
tihouso is to marry the daughter ofl
Grand DuUe Nicholas of Itnst-ia.
will not take command l the armv of
Southern Russia until the 27th ult.
Bismark bus assured the Marquis o
SflliKbnrv of the nacific intentions of I
Germany.. lie considers the state of af
fairs as menacing
James II. Dupont, Inspector ot Cus. j
toms at New lork, has been appotuteu
Supervising Inspector General otateam-
boats, vice Burnett resigned
A ministerial crisis is teareu in
France on account of military escort be
ing refused to the roemher of the legion
of honor who are buried without reltg-
In General Sherman's army reiwrt, I
he complains of the condition of affairs
on the Texan border, and says it sue- i
oessful in the war with the Sioux, an
other big Indian war will never occur.
Ex-Ghief Justice Inglesseas has pro
claimed himself Provincial President of
tho Republic of Leon, Mexico, and is j
sustained by the Governor and Legisla.
ture. Americans have been attacked
with the cry "Death to Protestants !"
Mr. Foster, U. S. Minister, has arrived
at Mexico. Fighting continues between I
the Government troops and Revolution
It is calculated, that five hundred
and seventy six millions franca passed
through the hands pi Louia Napoleon
HnriiKT thft aicrhtefui VPftra ett his roi,rn.
M 4 . 1. . 1 . . L- 11
ji nun tucis iciusun a iillil"0 oi 11..
uUU 111 tingla rt, the united ."Mates,
Switzerland, Italy, Algiers, and'Con-ica.
I he ex-Empress and her so'i have
therefore stil) nearly eight million dol
lars with which o console themselves.
ii-o VW.HIIII. kmicf ui m idtiKi Venice.
on t tie -MU, decided m the case of Unite
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I City, Montana, that patents mav he is-
i I fitiprl for town eitoa in mineral Mninna
but.as aU ""...n- claim, a,l poe.
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tillA In ( ain ran nnl? ha anminu nn.
d(!r t IB miniiiff uni. anil that nainta
may be issued for mining clairqs eitn-
a 1 ated within the exterior boundaries pt
I town sitp entry or patpnt.
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or in tact anything in the
call at tbe
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Letter from a Pogtmastcr.
"Aktioch, III., Deo. 1, 1874.
"Messrs. J. B. Rose A Co.:
"M wife lifts, for ft long ttm. ben ternWe
sntrerer from Rheumatism. She has tried many
phvfticlansand many remedies. Tlieonly thin
which has Ri ven her relief is Centaur Liniment
I am rejoiced to say this has cured her. I am
doing what I can to extend its rnle.
W U. RIt.
Thin U a namplo of many thousand lest Imonl
al. raceived. of wondcrftifeare olTeeted by tho
Centaur Liniment. The ingredient of Mil ar
ticle are published aronnd each bottle. If con
tain. Witch Hazel, Mentha. Arnica, Rock OH.
Carbnlic. and ingredient, hitherto little known
It ia an tndtpntable fact that tbe Centaur Lini
ment la iierfurniina' more cures of HwelllnK".
St iff Joint st. Krurt ion. Rheumatism, Kenraig i
Sciatica, Caked Breta. Lock-jaw, c, I han all
the other Liniments, Embrocation. Extracts,
Salves, Ointments and plasters now in u.
For Toothache. Karache, Weak Back. Itch and!
Cutaneous Eruption, It is admirable. It cures)
burns and scalds without a scar. Extract poi
sons from bites and siim?s,nnd heals frost -foltea
and chllUiiains, in a short time. No family can
adord to be without the Centaur Liniment,
The Centaur KJn Intent, Veliow Wrapptr,
Is adapted to the tough skin, muscles and flesh
of the animal creation. Its eflects upon evei
cases of Spavin. Swcenr, Wind tiall. Big Head
and Toll Evil, are little" less than marvelous.
Messrs. J. MeCInrn A Co.. riroKsiat. comer of
Elm and Front streets, Cincinnati. Ohio, say :
"In our neighborhood a number of teamsters
arc uting the Ontanr Liniment. They pro
nounce it superior to anything tney nave ever
used. We sell as high as four to five dozen bot
tle per month to these teamsters."
ve nave thousands of similAr testimonial.
For Wounds. fiulU. Scratches. Rimr-botie. Ac.
and for Screw Worm in sheep it has no rival.
Farmers. llvervtnei and stock.ralstir. have in
this Liniment a remndv which Is worth a hun
dred times It. cost.
laboratory of .7. li. Koe & Co..
tt Dcy street. New York.
M'Vhir nnv tiavo rc-t and their liable mr
hnwe bpnlth. if tlicv will ne ttrr(a lor Wltnt
Colli. Woriiis. Kevtri3line.-M.Sore Momh.f roup,
or Stomach CmnMnlnit. ! i cnllfly a vcff--
ihiib prcr-firaiioii, ana comainp nH' tier miner,
nl. mnvuliinc, nor Hk )?. it i H rluant t
lane art Rnncy.nnq licit nerjtags tior gripes.
at. c. untiocit, oi I'tirtont, u.. Fay:
I am nsitisr Cu.torlH in mr nreclcc vrt-li the
moat fiiznnl i-etieflfa and happy rcsnli."
lhi Is what every one unvn: &lo nnrwn in
New York t:itv no the Castoria. It V pnivnue.l
hv Messr. .1. B. Rmw A Co.. 45 Pv Grwt, Jie
xortc, isuccbsyura to snwnci i-itcner, 31. u. swo
ft Met-ir, for I will speaJk of xcUtC
ORB'S KTRACT-TUa great TwMM Pate
letryer. las beea In m ovar thirty
years, and for cleanuneaa and prompt cat
fittlLBREII. f family can afiord to b wZirtat
1'aBO'a Extract. AecMenta, Braiwaa,
ttva nnoea canooi oa exceueo.
CwtuiatUf Cuts, Kntrmlna, ara reiOTwa
almost instantly by xternal application.
iTomptly relieves pains or lliiraa, geaj
Excoriations, ChaflBgB, Old 8re
Boils, Felons, Corns, etc. Arrarts In
flamatkm, redact swelling, stops bleeding,
removes discolorations ana heals rapidly.
nMAUWEAMHSSfcS.-It always reUerespala
lu tbe tack aodloimsfn linens sndpreaslss pew
In the head, nsoses, vertigo., . .
M Lf BCSRIIHSA H has no equal. AH kinds of l
coratJoMto which ladies ara subject aea
promptly cored. Pallet details in book sccotts
panying each hottle.
ojtf 8bl!nd or Medinitrmeet prompt reliat
'and ready core. K case, however chiooic or
nhatinate. un loos' resist Ita mralar nse.
30SE T tIRS. " ' too only sora core for
S&tigwelpig snd oangesotts condition-
JBXtY 9itAt9. " naanaeona jor
Bl rrgtHa from anr canae. For this la a
ciae. It has saved hnodreds of livss when ail
other remedies failed to arrest bleeding from
nose, atosanrh, lnnga, and elaawbera.
Kairavclto are au alike rei.eTed, and often per
MToieiAti of all schools who ara acqaa!ate4
with liUs Extract t WHcta Us wl rem
ommend it in their practice. We have letters ot
coounendatior. xrom nnnaseas 01 rnysicums
nur of whom i
1 order n tor nse m uietr ewaj
practice. In addition to the foregoing, thf
order its m for Swelllafs ot all kfo-:.
3nlnay, tore Tkmt,isa)l Tsn .
mple and ehionlo Itinurrbem, Cntvm
(for which it us specific,) Chilblain, rTow
a4 Feet, Htinss of Imm eels, Mosonitseaw
etc, Chnpned. lands. Face, and inde4
all manner of skin diseases,
f olltt B8L Remove Borcncaw, Itonahoeaa,
Tnua HmartlnsTt heals Cols, Krwp&taneu
and Pimples. It rcrtre-' iwnyor&a, anii rel
while wonderfully improvta too
ARMERS. -Po"'' Bxtrae. No Xtocli
Iraeder.BO UverrMan can afford to he wittxnil
It. It is need by r 11 the Leading; LJvrry BtsHtaa.
fWreet Kail mads and flrst Horsemen, ia tivii
, Tork City. IthasnoaqnatforMpraina, flar
neaa or Haddle I'kaanav, MtMneasw
Hcrmtchest H rHlnnrCats, LeersttimwZ
, Btrrdinir, Fnaataonia, Coiic, llrrfe .-J
Cbills, Cohla. etc. Its rangeof action 5 -
and the relief ft affords isso pren.pt lt h m
invaluable In every Farm-yard iawt aaa
very Farm-hotwe. Let it be IrVd fmcs, aHa
yon wUI never be wnhost It. .
tAtfllO.-""' Bx'rart has hern im'ts?,
Tnegenaina srticla has th words 1'eael H a
tract blows In each btla, li U p.vr4 If
the only persons Itvtor who ever knew br
lo prepare It properly. lief nse ail o-rwr .
wrationsor Witch Baerl. This is tba
articla ased by Fhyeieiatts, and l Ui hosv.
tale of this conntry and Korrme. '
NtoTSXT ARB U It Mr fr"1?,
in panipbN-t fornvaent free aaainuui.),t a
' NATIONAL '
A BUSINESS ED17CATIOK IS THE Ft-TST T
Mitnnlvivf aTinrm'iiji fi i .... .
auitsof life. Tha - -
sent free to any ailrtresa.
DcrASrE ft WHITT.
49r8ni3 . lock bo v ?
THE f.lETZLER C!IA!r
riMHS 18 TO rSFOKJt TXIB riTl,T- T"
I nnchalr tvtass fkn
namo npoi, it. All oflersare ftl4 lrr,i,Ki
andKhould le no nKHi-dM. All prrw"-" .
hereby warned acrrvinst attcmptlK ni v c , ,
imposition upon tny CQMtomero.
Jcncrwii,pr.. Jan.?t,-l;,i." if" MLTZtX-r.