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Vseful Reclpee for the Sliop,
Household and the Farm
In using paris green to exterminate
the potato bugs, the poison should be
mixed with the cheapest grade of flror,
one pound of green to ten of flour. A
gool ray of applying it to the plants is
to tike an old two quart tin fruit can,
melt off the top, and put in a wooden
head, also, to pour the powder in, and
then punch the bottom full of holes
about the size of No. 6 shot. "Walk
alongside the rows, when the vines are
wet with the dew or rain, and make one
ehoot at each hill.
In some parts of the country, there
Lave been largo numbers of the orchard
or tent caterpillars which have left their
riDgs of eggs on the young twigs. If
these are now cut off with a clipping
TflE BATTLE OF WATERLOO.
A Iter tew of it JUanv Tearf After
Fought -An Interesting.
pole, it will prevent in every instance
largo nest of caterpillars, and be much
more easily done than after the latter
havo grown. .
Equal proportions of turpentine,
linseed oil, and vinegar, thoroughly ap
plied and then rubbed with flannel, is
an excellent furniture polish.
Tin can te removed from copper ves
Bf-ls very thoroughly by immersing the
objects in a solution of blue vitriol.
The German washerwomen use a mix
turo or two ounces turpentine ana one
ounce spirits o? ammonia well mixed to
gether. This is put into a bucket of
warm water, in which half a pound of
Boap has s been dissolved. The clothes
are immersed for twenty-four hours and
then washed. The cleansing is said to
le greatly quickened, and two or three
riuftiDgi in cold water removes the tur
pentine smell. j
Five parts of sifted whiting mixed with
a solution of one part glue, together
with a little Venico turpentine to obvi
nte the brittlenes. makes a good plactic
material which may be kneaded into
figures or( any desired shape. It should
bo kept warm while being worked. It
becomes as hard Btono when dry.
Artificial malachite which is suscepti
ble to a fine polish is make by precipi
tating a solution or sulphate of copper in
tho cold by carbonate of soda or of pot
fwh. The precipitate, which is volum
inous, shbuld be allowed first to co
here, and is then dried and washed.
Water containing about seven grains
of salt in each pint, is, when used con
tinuously, a poison to the weaker forms
The alley popularly known as oroide,
from which a large number of cheap
watches, chains, and trinkets are now
manufactured, is made of pure copper
ono hundred parts, tin seventeen parts,
magnesia sixteen . part?, sal ammoniac
. one-half part, quicklime one-eighth part,
tartar of commerce nine parts. The cop
peris first melted, then the magnesia,
sal ammoniac, lime, and tartar in pow
dor aro added little by little and briskly
stirred for half an hour. The tin is
lastly mixed in in grains until all is fused.
Tho crucible is covered, and the fusion
maintained for thirty-five minutes, when
tho dross is skimmed off and the alloy is
ready for 'use.
Sandaraq varnish is the best material
for mending plaster models. Saturate
tho broken surfaco thoroughly, press
them well together, and allow tliem to
Kilverwaro may be kept bright and
clean by coating the articles (warmed)
with a solution of collodion diluted with
Dampness will cauRe honey to become
thin and watery. fyientijlc American.
The plan of the Campaign which
ended in the battle of Waterloo, says a
review, has been pronounced sublime in
its simplicity. A million of troops were
swarming from all parts of Europe to
overwhelm Napoleon. He could only
muster 125,000 to meet the Anglo-Belgic
army of 85,000, tinder Wellington and
65,000 Prussians, unde? Blucher. Had
Wellington retreated to Antwerp, as all
military critics unite in thinking he
ousrht to have done, time would have
enabled the rapidly approaehmgmillions
to arrive, and Napoleon could not have
had a chance. His strategy was, there
fore, to, surprise them, cut in between
and separate them, turn on Blttcher and
defeat him , and throwing him into re
treat, send Grouchy, with 32,000, to
complete his rout, and then turn, with
all his remaining 95,000 a numerical.
superiority on Wellington's 85,000.
The defeat of Wellington "would have
upset the tory government of Castle
reagh in England, would have installed
a liberal cabinet ana compeiiea tne
KE1YS0F THE DAT.
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ftMBti latere ixwbi borne tMAbrnd.
A collision occurred on the fourth of April
Off tie coast of China between the Chinee
steamship Fu-eing and the British steamship
Ocean. The Id-ing founded almost instantly,
etoejhg a low of fifty Eves. . .The striking
miners held a grand labor parade in Wilkee
barre in which some three thousand men
Joined. Everything was orderly ...... The
Jury in the rasa of father Gerdeman, the
Catholic priest of , Philadelphia charged with
embezzling church funds, have failed to agree
on a verdict lien. Kevin, who lived on
a farm near Lexington, Mo., was called to the
door On a Saturday night recently by a band of
masked men and riddled with buskshot, thirty
two entering, his head..,...Alonzo Jackson
and Albert Smith, with their drives and two
children each, went over a dam at Zanesville,
Ohio.j Both women, with one child each,-were
drowned The Papal Nuncio made a formal
demand for the restoration of Catholic unity
in Spain, and the government has replied that
it is resolved to maintain liberty of worship.
... . .The Governor ptr Missouri ,hae issued
.. ' - . .. , . .....
a proclamation appointing une o a jaes
day. He states that information is received
'rom all parts of the State indicating the grass
hopper plague, causing lots of crops and possi
bly famine, and so calls on the people to unite
fit. Aogustine, fl. The train was stopped, . Forest FtrtM.
when Gray Beard; got up from the ground and The forest fires in Pennsylvania and
ran, The guard shot at and killed him.... New Jersey are of the most serious char-
Jceiah Mower, of Jaffrey, H. H., ninety-five j and embrace many miles of terri-
years old and deacon of the iJaptiet church, property of immense value
rose in the night andset lire to hi house, then the of destruction. The
called his wife and idiotie so the cy co- of fitobe found in the
pants, who went to general inattention to forts culture in
meanwhile went to an unoccupied house ball f . . .
a mile distant, where he committed suicide by country. Where woodlands eiist at
cutting his throat Ik is thought he was in
sane It is estimated that Abraham Jack-
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Boots or Sl to the ft. A .J t . . , -
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Brtt.wt4lT' - a
in calling for divide relief. . ..John C. Breckin-
withdrawal of England from the-ccf8' -8
., .... i i dead Tr e Pope has resolved to convoke
the Vatican council again at an early date
.4 Colorado Jtoy.
In September, 1860, the first babe
saw tho blue i Idaho firmament and
breathed tho .; crisp mountain atmos
phere, under circumstances little less
primitive than thoso which attended its
Savior's birth1- David Cartwright and
wife were the parents who were render
ed happy , by the little fellow's appear
ance, and the boy was born under the
ppreading branches of a pine tree, which
is yet standing, near the center of the
village. 'This specimen nugget soon
lecamo th'j',' pet and, it is said,. the
somewhat ilemoralised pet of the
rough miners, and, catching their rov
ing disposition, ' he rambled around the
confines of -the camp, at the rather
youthiul age'ftf two years, with the ap
parent ease of an Arab. He was called
Rock," on account of hia wonderful
hardness, and often showed his appre-
ciation of the" honor conferred upon him.
Tho crowning act of Rock's life so far
as known was just before he discarded
his waddling, garments, at the age of
nental coalition, the conquering a peace
and the establishment of Napoleon on
the throne. He defeated Efucher and
the Prussians on the 16th of J une, at
Ligny, and separated him entirely from
Wellington and placed himself between
them. " z
The question that has occupied so
many minds and created so much dis
cussion is why did not Grouchy, with his
32,000 troops, fresh from the victory of
the 16th, press so hard upon the dis
ordered and demoralized Prussians in
their retreat as to prevent their joining
Wellington on the 18th at Waterloo?
The French and Prussians agree that the
battle of" Waterloo was going against the
English when the Prussians arrived at
eight o'clock in the evening, on the field.
Napoleon said -l at St. Helena: '"Had
Grouchy been at Wareson the night of
the 17th, as he ought to have been, Blu
cher would not have dared to divide his
army "and send off all but a rear guard to
Wellington's assistance,". Feeling the
exigency of the . crisis, Napoleon's dis
patches not only are explicit, and were
reiterated to avoid the possibility of
misunderstanding or mistake, but he
illustrated them by explanation in per
son. But for some reason which is un
explained, Grouchy had no heart in the
enterprise. An angry discussion took
place between the emperor and Grouchy
on the morning of the 17th. This re
futes entirely Grouchy's assertions that
he did not receive tho order to Tursue
he Prussians until noon on the 17th.
On page 105, Vol. IV., of the memoirs
of Marshal Grouchy, just published, we
" Plodding slowly through a beautiful
rain, after coming out qf- the barrack
where the imperial headquarters - had
been established, the emperor, seeing
that Grouchy continued suggesting ob
stacles to his plans, put a stop to the in
terview with: Ehough said; obey by
serving aa a shield for me against the
Prussians, and don't busy yourself with
On the morning of the. 17th of June
Napoleon drove in his carriage to the
field of battle of the day before. He
was suffering so intensely with hemor
rhoids that he could not sit on his horse.
He pointed with his finger in the direc
tion of the retreating Prussians and said
to Grouchy what he thought had but one
meaning : m Pursue the Prussians ; com
plete their defeat as soon as you over
take them, and don't lo3e sigh of them."
Grouchy says this was at twelve o'clock.'
He did not set his troops in motion to
obey this earnest injunction until four
o'clock, and urges the usual excuses that
"it was. raining hard," "the men had
not cooked their dinners," ". that the
muskets were foul and required clean
ing," " that the saddles had been taken
off the cavalry hor3es," eto. The conse
quence was that he did not find out the
route which the beaten and retreating1
army of Prussians had taken. He came
up with a small rearguard on midday of
the 18th, which old Blucher had left at
Wares as a screen, while the whole Prus
sian army, augmented by. 30,000 under
Bulon, slipped away to join Wellington
at Waterloo. . .
At midday of the 18th the fearful can
nonade of Waterloo was distinctly heard
by Grouchy. , His staff . urged him to
march to the cannon; that it was plain
the emperor was engaged ,in a decisive
battle with the English. General
Girard was importunate, Grouchy says,
"even to insubordination, to march to
discuss ecclesiastical reforms.
A young girl named Whitby was the victim
of outrage and murder near Trappe, Pa. Her
body was found under a table with both ears
torn aft, ind her. head terribly bruieed. A
tramp is suspected of the crime. . . .The board
of health of Hudson county, N J., continues
to revoke the license of physicians who cannot
tthow proper credentials In an.ineuracce
suit in Jersey City, it was decided that where
premium had been paid to an accredited agent
of a. company, the company was responsible
for the insurance, whether the agent had made
returns to the company or not The pris
oners in - the county Jail at Glen Cove Springs,
'Fli.',- bored through the floor with an auger,
and digging underneath, all but one made their
escape . ..While one McPherson and his wife,
living bight miles t pf Cojrunbua, Neb.,
were visiting on Sunday1 nighty leaving their
four children, one boy and three girls, at home,
the house took fire. The boy, aged fourteen,
and a girl, aged twelve years, got out of the
house, but the girl afterward returned to res
cue her two little sisters, and all three perished
in the flamesf The fire wns evidently the work
of ' an incendiary John Dolan, formerly
tax collector of Kline township, Pa., who is a
defaulter in the amount of $4,000, was arrested
Iowa and brought back for trial. . . .Parties
of men are arriving at Cheyenne daily towait
until the government- throws open the Black
Hills to settlers.
son, the defaulting lawyer of Boeton, got away
with $300.000. . . .A fire in South Norwalk. CL,
destroyed property to the amount of J '.23,000,
on which there was an insurance of $75,000. . . .
The1 notorious counterfeiter, Pete McCaxty,
has again escaped from custody while being
conveyed by United 8:atea Marshal Furhell
from Tyler to Austin The Italian govern
ment has ordered the removal of all bishops
who have not received the royal exequatur
approving their appointments. The archbishop
of Palermo has already been warned to leave
his pee President Grant and family
will leave for Long Branch about the third or
fourth of June, having abandoned the idea of
vbiting his farm near St. Louis for the present.
'..The St. Paul Iieneer Press publishes
dispatches from all parts of Minnesota show
ing that there are grasshoppers in only a very
small portion of the State A case has
jufit been decided by a New York court which
settles a long-veied question iu regard to" eav
ings banks. Isaao Allen, of Brooklyn, had
S4.C00 in a f avines bank. In his absence his
wife took his book from a chest by means of I the increased heat of the sun develops a
miasma wnicn pervades tne air. xno
evil is inextinguishable; our duty to
DEND 3 CENT Sump. JTT? .7 w!?!??
to Av-n'm. crTfcT. ATIO Al.
A(it.NT.-' K.iroull'jl. tOTOt MAfcJl
Turner Hrd IUbe
fwus Ml a oeifKtM.
from mil mmr, tmy. cbA P-
ad K-lt by VM4
lilTLTIilVH i I ll 1 ll IIW1
Yocfc- Swit by BMil or t
all they are utterly neglected, and
among the mountains of the two States
now suffering from forest fires whole
townships and even whole counties are
as inflammable 3 a Western city, in
til the laws provide for the preservation
and protection of forests we may expect
these ever-recurring disasters, and it
seems it Is only while the fires are raging
that anybody thinks the subject worthy
of consideration. We trust the matter
will not be much longer neglected, for
until there is some practical legislation
on this question, applicable aliko to all
the wood-growing States, there will not
be even so mucji as an attempt at mak
ing.these terrible visitations impossible.
A Word in Seaon,
Health is a blessine which compara-
wvriY lew cujuy m i 110 iiu.ucon. I K 1 (. T niWfrrfiiiai.bUMM
endowed bv nature wit -.cbust frames vX k V io fto om mi m Prr-"4
and vigorous constitutio: should be
careful not to trifle with them. When
we enter the seasons of periodic fevers,
. - - ln.oee h
Tentyl. Prle from SiOJ0
J d)en ts U kiotlJ of Prlntlrac Material,
itec-.ttor. il 6. homtem
The Boston Journal reports the absconding
of Abraham Jackson, one of the most honored
of Boston's lawyers. Investigations show that
for a number of years past he has been untrue
to the many interests confided to his care. He
is charged with being in default of $35,000 in
the accounts of the old Franklin Insurance
Company, of which he was receiver; also,
$24,000 private funds for which he was trustee,
The -American Steam Safe Company, of which
he was president,, was, it is alleged, compelled
to suspend owing to a deficit of $50,000, which
he was unable to explain. It is further
claimed that another paity has lost $50,000 by
his operations. . . . .. John H. Comer, secretary
and treasurer of the National Stock Yard Com
pany of New York, who disappeared in April,
leaving a deficit of $96,000, has returned and
made a satisfactory settlement through h s
attorney By the capsizing of the yacht
Cora Mattie, near the limekiln crossing,. De
troit river, K. CBarker, Fred DugeonJ Frank
Trebb, and a boy named Miller were drowned.
Four prisoners in the county jail at
Newburgh, N. Y., threw a handful of pepper in
the turnkey's eyes and escaped. They are
James Nichols, indicted for highway robbery ;
James Smith and Barney Kilduff, indicted for
burglary; Samuel Johnson, colored, charged
with burglary. All have served terms in State
prison... ...One Senor Trevino, living near
Reynoea, Mexico, had 6ome cattle stolen, and
on following the thieves, found some of them
to be Gen. Cortina'a men. He told them they
aiust go before theAlcalde with han, when
they fired upo hiav ;J he returned the fire,
killing one and wounding another. He after
ward captured one of them and took him to the
Alcalde, when Cortina, with 135 men, went
to the Alcalde and demanded the prisoner's
release. I The demand was refused, whereupon
Cortina hanged the Alcalde and afterward shot
Senor Trevino. Cortina received an order to
report to the city of Mexico for duty. "He de
clined to obey the order, saying that his resig
nation nad been forwarded to the proper
authorities. . . .A fire in Osceola, Pa., destroyed
two hundred aouses and fifteen million feet of
lumber. Twelve hundred peopla are by this
disaster rendered homeless .THe people
false keys, and drawing a check for $2,950,
took it to the bank, where it was cashed. When
Mr. Allen subsequently took his book to be
written up the cashier announced that his
wife had drawn the above amount. Mr. Allen
denied their right to pay the money and
brought suit against the bank to recover. The
jury gave the full amount claimed.
A notorious character known as Chicken
Forbes." of Rochester, N. Y., beat his wife
severely, and when he saw an officer approach
ing to arrest him, he struck his wife a last
blow and started to run from the house. Be
fore he had proceeded far, however, he buret
a blood vessel and fell dead Rev. J. J.
Eain was consecrated as bishop of the Roman
Catholic dioceBe of Wheeliug, Ya A fire at
Lexington, Ky., destroyed property valued at
$100,000 Patrick Kehoe, a blacksmith of
Jersey City, brutally kicked his wife to death
. . . .The sheriff of Hickory county, Mo., has
called on the Governor of the State for aid in
preserving order, there being an armed re&ist-
a-jca to his authority. The trouble grew out
of a deputy-sheriff shooting a man who re
sisted arrest Another of those horrible
murders for which Boston secors noted is now
reported. A little girl five years of age, named
Mabel H. Young, attended a Sanday-echool
anniversary at the Warren avenue Baptist
church in that city, and . after leaving the
church was missed by her attendants, who
thought she had preceded them home. Not
finding her there they became alarmed, and
search was made. Some ladies living opposite
tho church at this time heard screams coming
rom the belfry, and on the searchers going
there they found Mabel's body covered with
blood, and her head crashed in from two
blows. The sexton was arrested on suspicion.
i of advertisments," f,r''uPlU
i. If all our mer- 5r
as the old . lady, on ,
two and a half. While on his way to
superintend the working of some exr Waterloo with the whole army, to disre-
tensive crulch dictrintrs. one da v. he
tumbled head foremost into a well, where
the bottom could only be found at a
depth of thirty foet, Upon striking he
fouudonly six inches of water, and didn't
propose to be worried much by such a
fall, so immediately commenced calling
gard the Prussian rearguard, and that if he
(Grouchy) would not go to let Girard go.
Grouchy said his orders were, when he
overtook the Prussians not to lose sight
of them. His fatal error was that bv
i Prussians" every one but himself un
derstood the available and whole armv of
for help. It was his sad fate, however, the Prussians against which he was to house to start it. The coal slipped
to remain there fix long hours before " shield " Napoleon, and not a small tonga in which he held it, and fallj
being discovered, but when men finally rear guard. In fact, with " the Pros
cam o to the .rescue his pent-up wrath sians " he had never overtaken or even
knew no bounds. There was no crying had sight of them at all. The French
about it, but such a volley of invectives, and Prussian authorities unite, in saying
upon the toads of neglectful parents that until the Prussians appeared on the
never befoo - fell ' from childish lips, field at half -past seven in the evening
Ilere is a saipple : You fink I kin tay the battle was decidedly against the
m aweuau,aay wuout numn t eat like Jingush. It is certain that the dead
of jlecklinburg, K. C, celebrated the one
hundredth anniversary of the declaration of
independence made at that place.
' The Hon. D. A. Mac Don aid, Postmaster
General of Canada, has been appointed Lieu-
tenan Governor of Ontario. . . .
government has received advi
of Blackf eet Indians made a raid from the
United States into Canada, recently, and stole
large numbers of horses. The Canadian au
thorities call upon the United States to pre
serve the camew order south, of the line that is
maintained Ttortht of U J. '. i While two brothers.
John and Thomas Kadien were digging a well
in Parksville, N. Y., they came across a large
e tone which it wai necessary to blast. It was
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drilled, and a heavy charge of powderlnserted,
when it was discovered they had ' no fuse.
They improvised one of twine ; but as it was
difficult to ignite, John got a live coal from the
falling on the
powder, a deafening explosion followed, kill
ing John instantly, and severely wounding
Thomas. John was blown to pieces, his head
being picked, up forty yards away...The
Philadelphia Press published two hundred dis
patches from wheat-growing districts of New
York, to show that the wheat crop will not be
more than half the average, on account of cold
Large bead necklaces are in fashion
Ladies' collars are getting higher and
Matelas, as a fashionable material, is
Basque waist are made with revere,
faced with silk;
The ladies are wearing very long scarfs
now of fine white tulle.
The new bustle extends from the waist
to the bottom of tho skirt.
The new seaside sunshades are re
markably large and showy.
It is no longer the fashion to have
scant and skimpy walking skirts.
No black silk costume is complete
nowadays without at least a pound of
Nearly all the light summer silks are
in checks and plaids. Dotted materials
are also in high favor.
Children's sashes have gotten to be so
wide that it is difficult to tell where the
child's waist really is.
Twenty silk dresses were among the
articles enumerated in the trousseau of &
Brooklyn bride last -week.
Black, grenadine suits, trimmed with
beads and insertions of velvet, are des
tined to be very fashionable.
Guipure lace overdresses, which were
so fashionable last year, will be quite as
much so this year, no doubt.
Russia leather fans come in new
shapes and designs this season, some of
which are exceedingly handsome.
There is quite a mania for old lace
now, and old ladies are ransacking their
trunks for their granddaughters.
The handsomest sunshades are. of
i.:a ' i,i l. l . : v. 1 v:i -
The Canadian "JMW ur uuo, iiu ucaj nuiva
that a antf stick, with coral or gold handle.
White chip bonnets are among the
most elegant of the season; they require
very little face or other trimming.
Palais royal jewelry is shown in all its
glory for the summer season. The ear
rings are very long, with ball pendants.
All white dresses are embroidered.
The Hamburg embroidery is as much in
favor as ever. Nothing could be prettier.
Ball fringe is going out of fashion, as
it was only suitable for winter garments.
Grass fringe is revived for the summer.
Sleeveless jackets will be as fashionable
cruard against it is imperative ! Fortu
nately for those whose lot is teast in low
marshy districts or new clearings, na
ture provides a cure and preventive.
Dr. Walker's California Vinecrar Bitters
are endowed with rare prophylactic or
disease-preventing powers, and as 44 an
ounce of prevention is worth a pound of
cure," Bhould be taken in the full vigor
of health, so as to fortify the system
aeainst the assault of summer disease,
and thus secure by their life-giving,
strengthening, restorative, and antiseptic
virtues, a defense against atmospheric
poison. . .
4 'Sweet are the uses
says alts. J. Arlington.
chants were, as wise as
this question, they would not be com-
piaimng oi auu ume. .
Ah to.otL Ifinrn how true economv it
is to use Dobbins' Electric Soap (made
by Cragin & Co., Phila,), the common,
Adulterated, dishonest soaps are being
driven out of the market Try it,
Symptoms of Liver Complaint, and of
Some of the Diseases Produced by it.
A sallow or vellow color of skin, or yellowish
brown spots on face and other parts of body ;
dullness aod drowsiness with frequent head
ache ; dizziness, bitter or bad taste in mouth,
dryness of throat and internal heat ; palpita
tion ; in many cases a dry, teasing cough, with
sore throat ; unsteady appetite, raiting food,
choking sensation in throat ; distress, heavi
ness, bloated or full feeling about stomach
and sides, pain in sides, back or breast, or
shoulders ; colic, pain and soreness through
bowels, with heat, constipation, alternating
with frequent attacks of diarrhoea, piles, flatu
lence, nervousness, coldness of extremities;
rush of blood to head, with symptoms of apo
piexy, numbness of limbs, especially at night ;
cold chills alternating with hot flashes, kidney
1 : , i- j.ii. i : : .
unsociability and gloomy forebodings. Only j
few of above symptoms likely to be present a
one time. All who nee Dr. Pierce's Alt. Ext.
or Golden Medical Discovery and Pleasant
Purgative Pellets for liver complaint and its
complications, are lond in their praise of them.
They are sold by all dealers in medicines.
WYm t AVnll-f'a rnlirhriil.a Yin.
td.i-.7 BBwaRK I pjjp Bitters are a pnrtlyA cgctabla
Uto herbs found oa the lower ronpes of
C : XTAvn.Yt mnnnfnir.l nf f!nliffr
DO YOUR OVfJ PnilTiriOI X medicinal properties of bkli
TVSf O U 22 JLm T i are extracted thcrtfrora without the use
ll I &"DT?4TmTfl T5TTTR? of Alcohol. The tiuestiou is almost
rirr.i Am-t dally asked. " What is tho cause of the
iters Oar answer is, tuat mej remove
the cause of disease, and the patient re
covers his health. They aro tho Treat
blood pra" fierand a lifc-girinc principle,
a penec Renovator and Inviporator
of th3 J rstem. Never lcfore in tho
history o the world baa a medietas bwa
com poui id po&cjnjc the reniarkablo
nuaiiuri i i ijkuab Uiin .u.b
tick of c ery disease) man is heir to. They ,
are a ge tie PuiratiTe as well as a Tonic. I
relieving ConrtMion or Inflammation o
the Liver rd VUccral Organ ia B.liou
Th t OTvrtIca of Dn. WALKrn's
f WSOAaEiTTias are Aperient, D anhoreta.
(nninat" e, Nutrition, Laxative. Uiareiie,
Sedative Counter-irritant Sudorific, Altera
tive, UJ- Anti-Bilious. -
It, II. HeDOXALTJ C CO..
Drarrfrts and O. A ru, Sa ?- ciaoo. C!'.fnU,
Ad ear. ot Wathirruia aad Caarttoe M, X. T.
Sld my rn.il urmsjUt Bd ItomJmn.
i.. i . .L. 11) natrLka. KWaato
T.1 dJIkl i nnl. nrlMl ( MITT Ml'f . A
B. T. bJUUKR A CO.. 7 Iff Sw KM PtUxlitU.
SOOO Aii ILT? VBte4 fr CSeaalae IUtU.
ivr. and i ahor or
BAUD liKvtK. FoMMw.7;a Btf . PhlU.
MA.VIPLK Kr aad BWr Parte
THE UNION PPB. CXX. Ktrot. W. J.
1A t IVLl iO
ion, IauailtirtUTT. tl.
rB E.'lrr dcttx Addr P. O. Boa IQ37tC
. t. . v.-n. ta
at oar Wjroonut. 3D Lain H"'1,'1' 7, m
A a xi & Tf n m v--f.
1 b EUtrtte Tt.
mtd 1T1 u4 IT, wlta IM
pf ftx-t In mlTinl work-
lad. lor S 4 ,
a hi aad smrm cere, vl&oot toonre&leac.
aad at bome. Aa aaUJote Uat atandt pwtlj oa Iti
m menu. bn4 tut tof Qrtf"T bwmu
or ffS W kott aide., mounted dortpt Ppei cmU ro noUUMgi, eoataiaiarwawcw u
nn iju airCTou. ires. iw r . I jjiuti McnDcmiGrKui
fstl to -nd lor tX. AdJri mttoalnf law PCt'J-.
1 . . ..Vimtui- ll -Jt4 .(rriRthM lb I nxT nm CtU FOB OTITV aATTXe.
. u. i ' .w . v . -- - . I w - m m
jil A ST I CY
icht uJ day.
tanlf to twtj
tar B4r tho bardcot
Boretao or T
tnUa od!! pomBatb
rarod. 8oM hop try Lbo
Elastic Truss Co.,
M. 683 Broo.dwy. N. T. CltT.
oad toot by irfcll. nrHl4T Citron lr nA ht tmrA.
$10, $50. $75, k $100.
GOOD. DURA. BUR. AJTD CHJL1P
Bhlppod Body for Uao.
UaanfaerorMl by CHAPMAN oV
CO. .llallMB, lad.
rtf Bood lor a Cotaloc.
Geo, p. Rovell & Co.
ISIISIiflTH ORGffl CO.
These Standard Inrntrutnentm
Sold by Music Dealers Everwhere.
AgenU Wanted in Every oxt.
Bold Ibroacbont ta Uoitod Stat oa tb
That la. oa a Sratooi of Uo&UUy PjtooU.
fintiiiiinSwiM t fnr IS Srm ArmiAii Ouix.
Ctlna wm aod fall o rtirilr m arttrntoa.
5Mtm. Of the Prettiest lrdri oPa.
It T with yoar Baro ba4awiv rrtrrt! a
II I tbMH.ovnt, po.tM. opon r.r4 o4 lit
KJI msU. Yoar frtoda oaat Mm
W. a CAXXOM. 411 K U4 Ktrw. 1
I f ovtAt Ue.
Km i Vt nv. lsam. Otto
S10JS25I . II. Br
Bond for Chromo CaUWit.
rvroKti'a Ikwtom. Maar.
The Family Sewixo Machixx.- The
inyention of tbo Vilson eLuttle fewing ma
chine exerts a influence over domestic com
fort nri equaled by any inrention of the laat
hundrel yeais. Aa an economical arrange
ment it enables ono person to do the woikof
ten in a superior manner, and with unspeak
ably more comfort. Madhiuen will be delivered
at any railroad ftation in' this county, free of
transportation charge, if ordered thrnucU the
company's branch hou?o at 827 and 829 Broad
way, acw kork. Tbey end an elegant cU
locuo and chromo circular free on appUcaUon,
This company want a few more good agenU.
An eminent divine ray 3 : I hare been
using the Peruvian 8yrup. It gives me new
vigor, buoyancy of spirits, elasticity of muscle.
Seth W. Fowle & Sons, Boeton. wul eend free
a pamphlet of thirty-two rage, containing a
full account of this remarkable medicine, to
any one sending them their address. Ccm.
John&on'a Anodyne Liniment will
give more relief in caeee of chrooic rheuma
tiem, do matter how severe, than any other
article known to medical men. Used internally
and externally. Com.
It is often remnrkej by strangers Tw
it ing our Btate that we show a larger propor
tion of good hones than any other btate in the
Union. This, we tell them, is owing to two
principal reasons. In the first place, we breed
from the very beet stock ; and in the second
place, our people use Sheridan's Cavalry fAm
dUion Powders, which, in our Judgment are of
Incalculable advantage. Com.
or Mir, ir-"r in wna.
It ;rvw UolrMl battafaolloo.
UinilElU'l 1j howoaav.
40 IS, nuf Brvad to bbL Moor.
MAVK-S MII.K, I'.iHiX, dee.
On rvar aaLnra rtU wr a Cw.
no 5ioitKN)ru iihf.au.
Whh-. l.l(hltr,BHif, Kobor.
KVfcKYItOUV Pptle It.
Tb lA ara all ta t with H.
fKI.I,H Like IIOT4 AKLM.
iClynd al nrtr-m for UtrenUr to
nt n. k. taT k co-
Tlie IsrytroTrtf Hmcrr Woahloc Irklae.
ft I 4(,000 -n,th ta 3 yaara.
aad S oaivaaJ aaUaiao
Umi. It mM alt eiwo of
clblic. and Lar Culiora,
wh ol lijary. Half am
iitrta a.a danal to H anto
at, amivl fmUuill ta
air-iM POWFB MaeblBa
for t.mmm4rlm bm!
5Und or fawvta t. Aonrra
WiMtn ra "
tra. Yrt MT ,Yrm.Pa.
-sr mil tnvtJ
W. r. BURN HAM'S
S TTT n f or WT Vino I
f V. to work ll Palait 0c. V -
1 I no. i. U . aod haa aravra to !
1 tbo tx-al. IU ! anad. Prfc-
K. P. BURXUAaftToaa.Pa.
or t TH ard tbtwf Roaa
Km ir rtc ktwrt'tK. Trial i-oa.
a- r. T ritnUia. ortdoao of
KtN3 tK v , Kiuoood. lod.
itti to a-ki aad faalo aoaU ry
Faraa M f Co.. bMaUU,Ma
A ar.d (KmM
Oou Rtoiow, eoataintn
tho vacw ut Oaoctuaptit A
romtb and Unrr.-Oc.
aerlKion of thm aatna and
f . ii it. ii i i . i i -
Uatef IirtuDInrun of to rarrrC
boirur ths r-n) rvlixbl mD of Itym black lltli
hbaL rtrafdith'i of fc)JU Qi'paaa aold aa two wpota.
Hoontid oditknai of bOSVO ojHa mnm roady. Price, Hi
Cenfa TwCtl. 4UH'm. AdJn
UUHALE XSKA I.r. T St UU-. roMatWI,
U Monro aC. dxicMtn.UL
oimrrta op ltonnr..
IN f th tic colhh pin.
' 1 1 lTr aO Varr tilled t-
MMOt of Qa BUa tULXS I I awo mrrm. w".r
( Oootax'a necial ropnvt f I I HirnonrTmrau.ii
ipoHttkmTWttor lmna Uoa. IV prlotrd trtUa ar f i-
. Y. H. hstKiDAK. aod a a. I w - W v.oc xra , . icrtairri-.
eoantryby black wall and M I r.oO-ilr Pad Ca,
4-nacai a omoo, I .
"nin ME. AND
It ia iotly conceded by our
I'l.l. DO YOU coon."
IDfMy ooDeroro fy ror laior Tantly Dbtalciana
thit fK. l.NliLtY'H ltOOT AND MbUU
DITTKKm ar the bat.aait and aoroat atwina- and
iummer mdlctn. Tby tboruachly pvitfy aad eioaoa
tti blood of a l bapartUoa, nnma and onaataract dya
pepaia, Urar complaint. cotMtipatioa, pUaa, jaanHica,
TertUro. fooi aUnraca. iooa of alD Aad aooatlto. an fa.
Ion oorea, cartmocln. akia diaoaoaa, piioploa ajtd aar
otia debility. Tbey or in tho troeat aad docat onaa
iBonoBparably at or copnlar aa a family nvadieio tbaa
hnr yet tliacoearod. Hold by all draa-isa. GtU.
iwut 4 uu.. Bono. aa
C - ton PEMDAYtt
dfaaatiao-HTUraoa A Co.. Portiaod, hta
OOU AGENTS WASTED
KtwEooTELL IT 111
By Mil ftfiknaM of Salt Lac CT. or ft
rev Ut Ui ol a Kuan Hr rnmt. Ia
tfodoettos ty M ra. Ka atory of .
oataa'a a-pcrWoc lay kar th " ktddtm a.
I aad Goad. M la' U 'sZTvw book oat. aca.c
lor AA. U m Booviar j-aiV
i al atrer UwAa taroa "
.r MH at. Uauvoat arron
.L. rearrbaalr vl t I aad MfM r Mary
I rat lIOBa7l umj m an a o prmi
ra tol1l Frr v. ISaaa arSo w.l caaax. iJm j
a-cphWta anU faB atrtae, rm. rr. m fnm 1 JI
a 'p i I - to ' " ' .
!' ' '
ft 8laa, S feat dJ t "
o a .........
0 y IS 7S)
Boat Material. Resdf foV ". all !. Prtoo
LUU lew te Trad td fr Price lAaia.
JtLLKjLTli GUM CO.. at. XeaU, Uo.
onrr v.w vita rood fiiacs far bA
rUttt Vita ovaryboay. aad ootarDa
oa. Jaiaiatr-o aay Gm-4 mmt4 a
as ever tins reason: tnoso ox uine or
gray silk, trimmed 'with lace, aro the
Ladies neckties have heavily embroi
dered ends, in fancy colors. Those of
white have brilliant flowers embroidered
on the end.
Velvet will be generally used to trim
summer silks ot dark materials. Many
Beef Cattlo-Prtme to Extra Bullocka 11X9 19V
Common to oooa Texan. .,...... . 11X
MUcn Oowa ,.,......40 CO T5 00m
Hogs Lire W4 ofy
Dreaaed ("V4 f
Sheep 0S4 04
Lamb 11 t 11
Oottoa Mlddhnff ... iA 18 .
Floor Extra Wasters, S ! & ao
Stat Extra S 10 44 25
Waeat Eed Wentern .VI U g 1 IT
No. 1 Spring.....: 1 IT 1 J8
By State 11) 1 10
barley BUte..... 1 30 ( 1 SO
Barley Malt 1 llJ 1 60 .
Oat Mixed Weate.ra : 1X
uortt auxm wostern..... ei v n
Hay, per ewt M 44 1 10
Straw, per ewt...M 40 64 1 00
Bops..... T4a3&&40 oids 0 (A 1
Pork Kess. ........... ..21 AS a IH
Lard 1V 1X
run iiacsere. no. l, ne.........ix on Mit ro
M Xo. X new 9 SO 4410 W
Dry Cod, rer ewt.. ..( 44 f M
To Xtmts la MLSdowl
lareoot sank oooioia.
WCEJU.V wit fAki
ftmUt mA oafayarf.
aaaa mm wmmmfcVmammm mma drcjavar trOO
ALXsJi, haoJJ 4 CsX, 72S tmisi tt, Paata.
I iaraW' -rrz? 'i
TO CTT It K - Com, IToeraicia,
TllSI SCAXZ. TA7XJIA3.
Tax beat msxA ekpt Plit l
World far Iron. Tl rr XVwa.l. r
FAIXT CO. VwtffTrre, K- Ur ft . h k.
rjrCAUTIOK.-nrtzjjz aai r-icae
ao that oar cam aad trade mufc art on eacli ut'
ttt pefcae. rVn frr a f't-nl-f.
Fn'l 1 0 onto for Mttymr
PERKY A OO
Tn r a w w
Eaa. Kmta Watarproof. TmoA.
tbav r-r.c4 oa tho lOtoAUJoaai
PO hos or Kit Broodooy.W.T.
AENTS WAMKD IUU A KENT MOOai.
Or SCIENCE WITH ItEXIGIOWi
dm Alt oa Mo Oom araod." A
1 bo Tilol BOaaftoo Of
or " Modorm
book tat tbo tti
aabtact of tb tat t1anii
At oowtaaa. 1To K-ttm tBL)!a WjVj I '. till m.
f. VT. ZlK'iUa A (O., 6 I H Are K4.. PblUdoar-kOo.
weather and wet BDrin!?. ' Tk riorM Ifmu
a fog f 'Fy.jrasn't no better f adder'n bodies of manv TYpnoVi mirtr!r vom I -month wan the bra arx) rtnaWMrilh mito tja I t V f .V : i. J vi. -i.
, , , , . I ' v.w nva i o - I v uw UauuaUiUCSt Ui U1D UUUUIIOU UUaCAV
milllnprn Vn T'H Hn anfnnt Ailla.. t' I J iL. ll I 4V- T miimH. t ,.mi s v.: tv. I ... . . .. .
- nuuua uuuout I iUUUU VU UIO mOITling OI LHQ liftn on.
tirely in the rear of the English lines.
The Cabinet Ofjicerm.
as me lxmiavuie races in 3:x uig me ailks are trimmed with velvet.
"T; ; u V -D Sandal wood jewelry is, to a certain
extent, fashionable; it is appropriate for
Errrtna-. Scaled, wr boa .
Petrolanm Crad. .M...0S 4aOSt
Wool California )Wctn
Western P!ry. .
Feeasytvanla Hoe. .
0oa Cute r-ctorv
Beports from Spain saj thai small-pox prevails
In the Car list camp... . .oThe total profits of
a fair held in Jsew York city for the benefit of
the Homeopathic hospital, amounted to C27,-
152.. . .Mayor Traphagen, of Jersey City, fixe
the city indebtedness at 13,830,485.. .. . .The
sidee of ths wrecked steamship Schiller have
UTEKI KAJIIII.T WAJtT4 IX. SSmtty
sl o vr mwrn. .iOToa m. n. lu a w. Tm.fm, 9imfiww lt r-oaierfol. yf mmdm.
Onn - to or-taar. Addnesl VATlII.G, Concerto UI.CAria
OawUll KLTilOKkTaOD.bi'ko-a - - I r . - '- e irciled V. laaa ar oty 1 4y
A Great Offer !fv!J?
WATCl.GM.cw Cca to Planes
avo I l mm i a-aawur, a .
mrm mm Wat
taU.i-a-4 aa IT
f Cxf ft Kta u a Save 1 aai. -loaoo
mtrm. Airalt t otoaU
it M Trwarn. Itaiotcrw.
, Lotra. Ho-tal ta-
a, rvraooia, Lav era. ot. faoria t
taitrodo. liiU otalawrooo UmlW
A story of the Concord celebration Take a common wide monthed bottle
has just been bronght to the surface by such as ia used for pickles; fill it to with
a Washington correspondent Secretary in.a few inches of the top with water.
Belknap and three of the cabinet ofS- Then take a common, loner-necked fWk.
ccrs became separated from the Presi- and plunge the neck of it into the pickle fallen in, covering the specie, the erealer part
UUiti "" iviujr urieu mj pierce aense I uuiue as lar as u win go, ana tne Darome- j ot the cargo, and probably a number of bodies,
crowd. Approaching an officer who 1 ter is made. In fine wMlhr IVia vat. I Blastine will be commenced immealiatelT
seemed in charge one of the quartet in- j will rise into the neck of the flask even
quirea wnero tlie nreadent was, adding: higher than in the pickle bottK In wet
We are members of the cabinet" .land windy weather it will fall to within
That descendant of Concord sires was an inch of the mouth of the flask. Be-
not to be beguiled. Gazing with lofty fore a' heavy gale of wind the water has membec of th for aenonncins him to I The New York Tribune editorial rooms
incredulity at ' the matmates he drawled been seen ta We the flask eJtootW -f congregation on account of his nurriage are on the ninth floor, and when a man
out, "X6j6ultirtlto trick's I least eight hour, before th. ralTcame to i Zl mj:;GZ! L I f?l S.f?.,
t.n played out two hur, .go I" Xancy it. Wght This U th. eau. priadpl. m t7Ttr 7 BrT2 rl
inos. CADinet XocI thsl of th. mercury barometer. I twnt.io i.-vn. ..o. 1 mV h f wt, .
Mrs. Abraham Uncola has been declared in
sane, and confined in a private asylum. ,
rather HoGlew, ef the Catholic church in
Chelsea, Kaaa., has been sued for f20,000 by a
member of the church for denouncing hirri to
mots troublstoxne of ths Indian prUonera.
the season and some of the designs are
both very norel and very pretty.
A bride's dress the other day was em
broidered in floss, to represent a rpe of
orange blossoms. The dress was of
white silk, and the imitation was perfect
All outdoor or evening wraps, for full
dress or . ordinary occassions, are cut
rery long at the sides and short in front
and at the back. The style is said to be
Bafct. o o o 4444
Bje State. ...
Con Hlxod ,
Oata State. ..m.... ......
Wnet Se. aBprtns
Oats M .....
ir. . . .... . .. ... . . . . . .. ...
fayy.......,!..... ..... . ...
Oottoo Xrv lilddllncs.
IToiiT Kxrs. ..... ......
I as 4 1 H
1 4 44 1 f
N M IT
1 ItXiA 1 17X
44 1 10
44 1 OT
4 1 40
Wat aire y?r ry" 9
tbo rlbA aid, yoauowi of
arratralartry of tbo Wwal aa
Ur la wros: aod to a4 at raxbs
Titrtr o jomi ajata aa. thm ooo thla aoodial la
Tarrant's Ccltzcr Aperient
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS
Aro tboy Aa ka
S10. to S500.
lamtil ta Wall Stroot
Om m) 11 YvtaoVwooseeeeeeeeeee
aPvCfOsCeUn) eea44 ev o
sTowi liiiiaytlitia Kzlra.aMM,
St . ..... ...y. . .. ... . . . .. , . .
COIB TkleW..M,,.. aaaa...
Oata -Lod. , ,
iwwhi Cvaaa.t fi$ 4) of
to 44 s 00
1 tS 44 1 X
1 IS 44 1 1
si 44 as
TJ 44 -M
a;, a os
re 4 )
1 4 4A 1 42
1 11 Mill
14 4 4
ifltM. aad -. W lao 4 oil tT9wt ItoTarw
OIV'P fntr'T' JowslUcatJoOoLj&oTs
QL,HX IXCaXja A Sroaoao.'lat Br 4-.3L T
r . rr
L-aJJ A al. J tk)ak 3
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The Franklin Courier (Louisburg, N.C.)
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