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U..iv> !ii it leaves us uer u.liuue Uar
field, and has sent us back her Law
rence, who will "never give up tin
ship" of State, any more than Mrs.
Micawber would desert Mr. Mieaw
The Senate is les3 ehi.nged from
last session than the House. We
miss the ruddy benignity of Mr.
Wilson's face, and Mr. Carpenter
seems to have grown a little gray,
under his new dignity alt 1 responsi
bility. Time also has shaken his
dredging-b:>x ovet the heads of Sen
ators Sumner. Fento i a id chiseled a
li: le at Senator Lot Morrill's fine
lace, and taken the other Morrill In,
the slionl l-rs and bent him slightly,
for he never can harm his face, an<
dimmed a keen ray or two in Sena
tor Cameron's pleasant ambushed
eyes, hut he has not meddled with
Senator Brownlow in the least, lie
sits just as lie has always sat, in tin
silent unrest, lying back in his arm
chair, with half shut eyes, one foot
on his desk, and shaking neithei
move nor less. It is evident time
ihs • forgotten the fierce oi l man, ot
has left the parson and the palsy to
light it out. x ew upholstery, paint
ing and gilding have also made tni
chamber an I the ante-chambers look
bright and comfortable; but there is
one change which I must disapprove
of, as undemocratic and invidious.
Choice seats have lieen set apart for
the wives and daughters of Senators
and m"tubers, front wiiieh seats we,
the common people, are as sternly
excluded as from the diplomatic gal
lery. 1 his is unj ,: s". to the strangers
visiting the Capitol, v ho are often
uncomfortably crowded in the other
galleries while those aristocratic res
ervations arc almost empty.
Ttiurs Say, Jan.s, 1574.
This week the Senate and House
have been rival establishments in t ie
attractions and sensations they have
offered. One could not linger long
in either chamber, however will en
tertained, without fear of missing
something important or spicy in the
other. In the House the play has
been perhaps, better "worth the can
dle." There the contest has not been
mere par y s! rife, or disputes between
"Mr. .MuPeylove" and "Mr. Ifold-tlie
world," "Mr. I,IV"-loose" and "Mr.
Save-all," but something of the deep
er and deadlier antagonism of the
races. The debate on Monday re
minded me of scenes in the old
House, twenty-two years ago, with a
difference. Then the black man w. s
insulted and ridiculed, but it was
through frien b, the Abolitionists—
he was not on the ground to answer
for himself. The change was indid
wonderful, beyond the power ot
words to picture, to one who could
remember those old days, and all the
more absurd and incongruous seemed
the tone and the attitude of the iras
cible gen 1> man from the Old Domin
ion, Mr. Harris, who burst on the
scene like a political Hip Van Win
kle, and threatened and warned and
cracked his moldy old plantation
whip in a pitiful sort of burlesque of
tire old swagger ami swing. To be
sure, the demonstration was directed
not toward white men, who migh
possibly call liiui out, but 1 lack men
between whom and himself there
could be no troublesome question of
an affair of honor. Ili little remark
to Mr. llansier: "Yon set down; 1
am talking to white men and gentle
men an 1 not to you," brutally coarse
as it was. wou.d have been shocking
if it had not been ridiculous. A lit
tle point of order, calmly | lit by a
Massachusetts man, took the crack
out of the plantation whip in about
a minuti ; which was also unlike the
old time. Mr. Harris was very sol
emn and pathetic in his renion -trar.ee
against tiie mixing of the white and
black children in the schools of the
South. I cannot say how it would
work there, but 1 am of the opinion,
from all my knowledge and observa
tion. that under such an arrangement
the white children would be put to
their metth*. in my experience, lim
ited 1 allow, in teaching colored chil
dren. I have found them far more
eager and anxious to learn, more
diligent and ambitious, more sensi
tive to praise and blame, than white
children. All my teaching was d ine
years ago in Sunday-schools, and I
never ceased to be astonished at the
way my pupils leaped from the alpha
bet to the gospels. One poor boy,
born a slave, learned in a few months
of Sunday instruction to read the
Sermon on the Mount better than slie
honorable gentleman from Virginia
seems ever to have read it. By the
wa", Mr. ilariis is himself a fright
ful vxnn.ple of the indiscriminate
mix ug of white and black children
on the plantation and on the nurses'
laps in tin* old pre-emancipation
for he says "pore" for poor,
"Lbar," "ii irg MM$ "fir**
Av i; li - s
. "or Diseases of tn-.' Throat and Lungs, such as
Coughs Colas, W hooping Cough,
Bronchitis, Asthma aud
Anions the groat <l's ovories of modern science,
•w are oi ,u i.e real value to .uansiu . lua.i t..i
ife- rive lemeir for allilseases of the thr at au.l
i.ig, A vast trial oi ts virtue-, inoughoat ihi
i.i.i ot her countries, ha- -!. tvvu that it does sure y
•id if etubiy control theul. Ihe testimony OJ
i ir bent tdttzena of ail rhmnrw estsbUshen the faet
natc.'.terry i'eetoral tviil and does relieve aud cure
ie alii. ting disorders of the throat and lungs i.e
o.i I ,1 y other uie.d.lne. The most dang rous
'fictions o. the puimouary orgaus yielo to Its
jiver, and cases of consumption cured by tills
.reparation am p i •ilct.v k .own, so remarkable as
unit) to be ... .:• > e.i iv.re they not proven beyond
.i.-piite. A- a remedy i; is a le,mate, on which the
... die may rely for "full protection. By curing
.ughs, the , oerunuers ot more serious disease, ,
; saves, unnumbered ,ive> an I an amount of sul- I
lag not to- compute I. It challenges trial and i
otiVluees the most sceptir.il. Every family should j
keep it on nan,! as a protection against the early !
i:i I impereeive I attacks of pul.no .ary affections,
viii, h are ea i y met at first i-nt whicn l.eeome iit
arwble and too often fatal if neglected. Tenner
ungs ii>- ;d this defence; and it t unwise to be
rituoot it. as a safeguard to children, tuM 'he
Utresstug Useases which beset the throat and
nest of. liii.lho >I, cherry I'ectorai is iuvaltiahl
or by its timely us • multitudes are rescued from
, , o. .ire graves aial sat e l t• > the I >ve and alfee
ton centred on them. Ii acta apee Bty ami surety
•gainst ordinary colds, seem ing sound all I health
-estortng at sep. No one will suffer troublesome
hluea/.a una painful brouchliis, when they know
tow easily they can i.e <aired.
i• igiuaii.v tiie pro iuctof long.iaborions and stic
- -s.fiil chemical investigation. no cost or toil Is
pare lin making very bottle i i the utmost pos
. .1' i a x tiou. it may conti leatty he relied u. -
■a as pos - i,r. r ad tie virtues it Has ever exhilv
led i. d c ipabl.'of pro luring eurcs as memorable
.s thr greatest it has ever effected,
p.; puked cr
PR. J 0. AY EE & CO.,
.'rai lh'iil unit Annly t.ral < lioinisti. j
■in S:lo BY crucgists EVERYWHERE.
Is widely known as one of the most effectual ]
etm dies • ver discovered for cleansing the system |
ladjxi/lfytaff the Mood, it has stood the test of |
rea.s, wit is a coa.-tai.tly gtov.n.g reputation, i.e. -
a 1 OU il - iutili.. ie. Virtues, uu i 88TtSllMHl by its Fe
ll likable cures. So mild as to be safe lad beae
ii ial to children, as i yat so searching as to elfec
auliy purge out the greed corruptions of the bloou
s ich as the scrofulous and syphilitic coutamiaa-
Hoa. i uparities, or dUeascs that have lurked m
tag system for years, soon yield to its powerful
anti.ot. and disappear, lienee its woadeifui
,i • s, luany of winch are pn.hclv known, o.
a ifiufl'LA, audallscrol uloua diseases, LLC ER.s,
ililT" i lo.s s, and eruptive disorders of the skin,
I'.MUiiS, liLOiClii.S, litiii.S, 1 I M I'Ll>. l'l r
-1 1 l.i.s, '■ ~ : .S, Si. A.N 1 iitlr. \ is i'llii'., iilibi.
Jit hi. 1 sli c-LAS, Ihi ii-i., .SALT UllEt'M,
■ ALL) i T O), iil.M, worm, u:i l internal L'L
i.l:A t 1D...S of the L lEiil'S, STOMAL U, and
, i v'Etf. Jl a! -o cures oilier co,..plaints, to which
.i. would i t eer.d especially adapted, such a
hiOP.s 1, J> V st'i.i siA, ills,, NEf ICAEUIA,
.dolit, a.it LEld'OltiiiiiEA, vrHen they ari
oiablfeatattotis • • f the scrofulous poisons.
Itisuue.N ••ii ot lt ;,, . rof le aitn and strengt".
dt l:t i reuewiug tl.- appetite a.i.l VR.
u. ottlso.Kg >RYehfgau&,it Uacipateathedeprea
...ii a,d lisiii , languor of the sea ■ ei. Ev.i
mre ..•> i iM.r: r appeal •, icopit .< d better, an
uve longer, ttr•. :• ao-jng the Woo i. litesyateu
Rv -1.: iv. ith rcgawe l vigor and a bow lease of
i>:'. J. C. AYEii & Co., Lowell, 3la->.
7'rttrficat tint/ Anatylicat Chemitls.
HOLD BY ALL DKIOIf-TS EVEiIYWiiERE.
IL-i fll V/CGR,
A dressing whl h is a" once agreeable, health)
and effectual for preserving trie hair. It soon r
•tore.- iaiifd or gray Hair to its original color, wit.
the gloss aad freshness of yoeth. TUB hair L
tiil< ki-iied. fallen hair checked, and baldnessofte.
though mil always cured by it., use. Nothing ca.
. store the hair where the follicles arc destroy v
or iin* grind,atrophleiiandtleca)e l: butsacha
rdiuai.. can i.e saved by this uppliiatloo, HIM
. inmlated into activity, so that a new growth o
hair is produeed. Instead of folding tin- aafr wit
apa.-ty -e.'.iiiieiit, it will k-ep it clean and vigo,.
. .s, its )••( Mtonl u-e wi.i prevent the hair fro .
irniiig grey or falling oil, and couseqaently pn
. .t 1. .1 bi-'ss. The restoration or vitality l
gives to i he scalp arrests and prevents the fo. mu
tion . r tlauilrufT, which is often so uucleatilv an
offensive. Free from those deietertoaa itnhotai
s whi li iiiuke sonic preparations dungeron
.. n! r Jttrious to tiie hair, tlie Vigor can only lien
dt I.ut not harm it. If wanted merely for a
ii.VIK, DKE'-'INO, nothing else eun be foin.l >.
•sirable. Contiduiiig neither oil ..or dve. it dor
,. >t soil white eanil.ric, and yet lasts long on thi
tiiiir, giving it a rieii, gin sy lustre, and a gia.cfui
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer L. Co.,
Priictiral anil Analytical Chemists,
/,OK J-:i. L, DAT.V.V.
POIMAI.EBY ALL Dltl UUIS is AND DEALERS
Every year increases the popularity of this val
uable Hair Preparation; which is due to merit
alone. We can assure our old patrons that it is
kept fully up to its high standard; and it is the
only reliable and perfected preparation for restor
ing DRAY or FADED li AI It to its youthful color,
making it soft, lustrous aud silken. The scalp, by
its us •, becomes white and clean, it removes ali
e. options and dandruff, and, by its tonic proper
ties, prevents the linir from failing out, as it stim
ulates and nourishes the hair-glands. By its use,
the hgir grows thicker an 1 stronger, iu baldness
it restores the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, and w ill create a new growth, except in ex
treme old age. It is tiie most economical HAIR
DKESSINU ever .se.i, as it requires fewer appli
cations, and gives the hair a splendid, glossy ap
pearance. A. A. Hayes, M. 1)., State Assayer ol
Massachusetts, say ', " i'he constituents are pure,
and carefully selected for exceilont quality; and
i consider It the BEST PUEPAUA ! ION for Its lu
Sjld l>y nil (Irum/sUi aji'l dealers in M'dU-irv.
TOY The Wiiiskers.
A- our Kcnewer in many cases requires to
long a time, .. id too ninch much care, to rcstor
gray or fa iul Whiskers, we have prepared i!.i
dye, in one preparation; which will quickly and
e:; • dually a<- •oms.L.-.h this rcsull. Dls easily aj -
plied, and produces a color whl- h will neither rub
nor wash off. Soid by all Druggists.
Manufaclureo Ey P. P. i all.
NASHUA, N. 11.
TIIOMI'SON Ac M .Y IN"IN r , jVjytsi.,
a.'soM JO t; DKJiSI'OItT, PA.
A. K. PEIRCE,
Wholesale and Ilelail
Oysters by the Can, Quart. Gallon, Hundred and
Thousand received daily.
Families, Parties and Festivals supplied on short
The Trade furnished at reasonab.c rates.
Give tue a trial and I can suit you.
-M-221 A. H. PEIRCE.
Old Sowing Machines of any inakt
repaired in a workmanlike manner.
A. M. REYNOLDS, Agent.
L. B. COLE & SON.
PROrKISTOUS OF 111*
Blacksmith and Wagon-simp,
S:c:ni Street, (betvean Main k West.)
- Forth Side.—
SLEIGHS of all (Irscrlptiot**
manufacture! to suit customers and wananie .
Kc pairing: always attended to prompt. .
Competent ami experienced workmen kept int..,
ploy in both shops to attend to the calls of cus
Charges reasonable for cst4i or ready t. .
123 1.. P. COLE & SON
lDfore purchasing elsewhere call and
xamine the SINO ER MACHINE.
A. ]>T. Reynolds, A-jrnt,
nflcc in O'unfed Jt'oet, CtLiorcp'.r',
S. F. HAMILTON
| BOOK & JO® TZJ.XTEH,
S. W. comer IAIN and THIRD Streets,
(OVER THE POST OFFICE,)
Singer, Grover & Jlakcr, leather and
j common Needles, Thread and Oil kej.t
constantly on hand.
A. M. Fcoynolds, Agent.
j AY EITS j
I For the relief au<l cure of all derangements i
! lie sloiuace, liver ami (novels. I hey are a nip
jpaneut, and uu excHeut purgative. Being pu..
... vegetable, they contain uu mercury or mine.;
whatever. Mum serious sickue R ami smfeiii
- prevent 1 n.v rueir tuu -i.v use; u...i every fam
slioui.i nave theui 011 iiaii'i for their prutevtio..
a ltd reaef, when re<|Uire<l. Long expeiieiiee lias
proved them to be tne safest, surest ami liest of
ill I*lr i,s with widen the inaiket abounds. By S
.heir occasional use, the blood is pin hied, the cor
. uptious of tl.e system exi>ellel, obstructions re
.lloveil, ami the whole iiiaehluery of life restored
to its healthy activity. I sternal organs which be
•ome dogged and suigglsh are cleansed ly A \ Kits
rll.Ls, and stiuiiilated into action. Thus incipi
•ut disease Is changed into heaitli. the value of;
which change, when reckoned on tiie vast niulti-!
aides who enjoy it, can liand.v l.e couiputeii. l
, heir sugar coating makes them pleasant to take, 1
and preserves tueir virtues unimpaired for any
.eugth of time, so that tliev are ever fresh, and!
perfectly reliable. Although searching, they are'
mild and operate without uistnrliaiice to the eon
stitutiou, or diet, or occupation.
Full directions are givenoa the wrapper to each ;
.ox, how to use them as a Family i'hysic, and
.or the following complaints, whicli these j-lILS
For I) Vs 1 • is IA or IN i)KJ KS'ITON, I.IsTLESS-l
NESS, LANGIoR, and l.osSot All-Kill E. they '
mould lie taken moderately to sttntuiatethegtnw I
ah, ami restore its heal tin tone and action.
For LIVER COMPLAIN i ami its various sytnp- j
'oius. HIi.IOFS iIKADAt il K, *it'K ItE-tllAl'iiK
iAt NDICK or GREEN Sl KNESS, EI UU I'B
ULIC ami BILIoI'S FEVERS, they should lie!
judiciously taken for each ease, to correct the
iiseased action or remove the obstructions which '
For DYSENTERY or DIARRIIOEA, hut one
miid dose is generally required.
For KliEI'MAi ISM, GO I' I', GIfAVEL, PALPI
i'A ! ION of the HEART, PAIN in the side, hark,
and i.oi Ns, they should he continuously taken, as 1
equircd, to change the diseased action of the sys
tem. Ydth sueli change those complaints dl.ni[i- J
For DROPSY and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.}
1 hey should he taken in large a id frequent doses ,
• pro luce tiie eile< t of a .rustic purg ■.
For PPRESSIoN, a large dose should lie ta-1
-u ... as u pro luces tic? itesir -.i eifect hv si mpathy, i
A .1 DINNER FILL, take one or tIVO i'ILLS to
promote digestion ami reliei ■ the stomach.
Ait occasional Ro.v? stimulates the stomach and
•oil ic.-ioicH tin? a. p 1;e, and Invigorates the
ist-ni. Fence it is o.teu a vantageous where
:o se ions d 1 angenient exists. One who foci
tolerably well, olieti linds that a dose of I ties. 1
1 ILLS makes hioi feel .<■; idc-.tiv Letter, from their j
j It ar-.ii.g and renovating u- -in the digestive 1
Plt EI'A RED BY
Er. J. C. AYE'S k CO., ractlcal Ch n;s s,
/.oner/. r. ,y. ?i.
! FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGUIS'I SEVERY Wll ERE i
J. GLASE a SON,
Carpenters St Joiners,
CONTRACTS taken for all kltnls of BUILDINO
un<I materials furnished.
no RS, BLINDS and SASH eonsta' tlv •
hand or manufalitured to order.
CASH paid for PINE LUMBER.
J. (.'LANK A S>.
The SINGEII is the ln sl machine fn
all work. According to sworn return.-
there were over 45,000 more sold last
year than any other kind made.
A. M Itjr.olds, Aj^nt.
E. P. NEEDHAM & SON
ESTABLISHED IN 181(1.
\os. 143, !45 and 147 East 22d St.
X w Ynrli.
Rpspnnsili!" parties applylnjf for aeep.-li In <••■■■
ins -till nosmiiiited will receive tiroli.pt nttev.
' H-l 11' 'til iielneenients. Parties-re t limr
j it Ist;ti e e from nnr Rtttho'l/.ed au'ents ntav <>" I
I ooi our factorv. Send for an lllustru'"d urte
;t. " 2t!or2
SPECIAL AGENTS FOR
j WOODWARD & 3. n .OWN,
TV K HEP, MATIII'SIIEK, an i
PI AIT O S,
George Woods' Celebrated Organs.
PL'LI.AK'S NEW MASONIC HALL BUILDING
(\e<ir Houirll House,)
WELLSVILLE, N. Y.
Dealers In all kinds of MUSICAL MKKCHAN
DISK, SHEET MUSIC, Ac.
TUNING and REPAIRING PIANOS A SPECIALTY
We Invite the Public to examine and <*riti< lse tie
WOODWARD & BROWN Planus, and (;EO. WOODS
BOOTS and SHOES !
WOULD respectfully inform the eiti/ens tlia: h
continues the manufacture of
BOOTS AFSD SHOES
at lii> new Stand,
A*AIM STFEET bclcv/ MARKET
(South of the Dridyr,)
ALL work done in a w.-wkinaniike manner
AND A GOOD I II GUARANTEED
Give him a OHU.
JOURNAL & ITEM
FAKES ON SiGiiT. BUS.*
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i-p'.-l nil'i it..- s *'!. ili = '
t It' live* sIU-Jc i • r.lUi "'.lk ' ' 1 ■- 'i
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glt.Uli.g I ! "' "• i • *"
'litwr. Mrs. Sro.vi'' long . .
*i v Wife and fMfltM I" ttHf •••' f. 1
• • wishing a u"" ' sum- ■ v •
• V S- , - i.' - .1! 4
u* to J. B. KUi 1V
. k,B .sf: .fi.it. . i
(Formerly WnopJk .lans.)
STATiGNA. Y & r03I A L£
The Best ami Must Complete Assortment
in the Market.
Ihe-" Engines have always tnntntai.'n-. rh" v
highest stsnrtnrfl of excellence. vt'e make t£t
iiauuf.i'ture of ling; ires, liniler- Saw Mills a -p--
i.uty. We have the iargeM a most complete w .rk
■1 the kimllntne coui.tiy, .vitli machinery spem-
We l; ep constantly in process la gi numbers of
fli'irliics. wliii Ii we furnish at the very low. -
; iices aii'l oil the shortest iioticc. Wei.K .
allies s|i" 'inllv adapted to Miae<, Sa .-mills, tire r
.niils, Tanneries, ( ottou-giis?, 'I hustlers and ml
classes <>f manufacturing.
We are now huiMir.it the celebrated Lane Circu
lar Saw-mlil Hie best an I most cuu.plele saw-i'iiil
We make the manufacture of saw-mill outfit- a
[•ecial feature of our bu.-l i a? ami can furnish
. omplete on the shortest notli e.
Our aim in all eases u to furnish the best ma
chinery In the ma Ret ami work absolutely tin ■-
.pi ailed for beauty of desigi.economy a .strength.
Semi for Circular and Price List.
UTICA STEAM ENGINE CO.
il-tS v.gp I'TM A. A'. Y.
Itr. T. *3 Ntiarp'N hj*pe|.<iii I'ill.
Dr. Sharp's Sp.-itiii'cures Dyspepsia, LlverOoni
: lalnt. Coiistipa'iii i, v omiting of Food, Sour Stom
ich, \\ at r Brash. llaa-tlmni, Low spirits, Ac. In
1 hp ty-Uv years nevr faitii g toenre the most ob
tiiuitc cahes. Sol i la tfrmmMt. C. s. Jones .v
'o., n North Froiit sf., for Con.lersport,
I'M. Depot, M.I Eighth St., N. Circulars inaile-t
on application. 4n'i6
S*>n O O a vi : A n
\7 made with ourspleu'liu
It represents sample pa ires and styles of lundlnir of
SO Intensely interestOiK ami useful books, that sell
iu every family. Kc-t thinir ever T-ied by Canvas
sers. AOKN'i'S WANTED to nmke a peniianent
ousluoss on these works in every county. Pro
spectus sen! post-paid on receipt of price, ft.so.
For clrenlars and liberal terms, address JOHN E.
POTTEK A CO., Publishers, Philadelphia, Pa. lsr4
13 iLABIS MVSI'KHIKS solved; disasters and
escapes vividly portrayed. See FKOZKN ZONK
ind its ExriAJliKi's. A spleiiiliil octavo of son liases
j lost profusely illustrated with ei-srant steel ami
voo 1 ensfraviuirs. A faseinatinir history of Arctic
i iventore. Ihe most saleable book out. Ar/enls
tßtmtfd. s.oni forteraw and sample pages to Mu
tual Publishing Co., Hartford, Conu. isr4
RICH FTRTllfi LANDS!
FOR SALE VERY CHEAP!
THE BEST INVESTMENT!
.Vo Ftuchmtiimx.' Atvuyx 7inpror<n</ in Value!
1 he wealth of the Country is made by the
Advaude in Real Estate.
NOW 'i'i IK TIME!
Millions of acres of the tuiest lamls on the Con
ment in Eastern Nebraska now fir sale—many
• i Diem iKvci -before in the u.t. ket -U prices that
•>KFV COM PET I i JOS.
Ft re ami Tin Van s' 1 CralU (riven, with
Inh rest at Six per C< nl.
i he Land Uiaut Bonds ot the Com; any takioi
it par lor lands. They can notv be pureuase l ut
a.a ge discount.
ty'Full particulars given, new Guide with new
.laps mailed file by addressing
i>. F. DAVIS,
lsr4 Lsnul Oiine. U. P. H. It., o t \ha, NKB.
S2 O SAV ED!
To ineet >e urge.il de. iauo oi iuo times the
l'S.t R tC . M.111.M. liAi imt: in.
have letermlned to
ml wIIJ lier<attei - t. th- ii .:> .viacui n for ptft,
an i other stiles In projiortio .
is the o n.Y Sewing Maculae Ilia', leeds the work
backward and forward in to ig it and ieft, a- the
porchaaer may prefer, it has been greatlj IK
i'ROVKI) and sI.MPLIFIED, and is far etc than
any other machine In the ma ket.
IT .S NOW 1 Hr CHEAPEST
I'loreuoe, Mass., Nov. 1, 7i. Agents wauled. lSr4
200 PiAfiOi 4* URGSNS
NEW A SECOND-HANI), of Fli'.ST-cLASS MAK
ERS, wid be sold at LO W KK 1 iilv ES, for cash or
oi. instalments, in t'i i"l orCOl'N i RV, .luring this
FIN AN < lAI. Chl s 1S and the HOLIDAY s.lty llo
'Hi e W Hern V Mn. -I.sl Broadaav, than .ver
lieloreoifereii in New Y urn. AGEn i > vVA.N I'ED
to sell vY AT Ki.S't ELEBRA i ill) ITANDs, co.\-
CKR't O and ORCiiEs iKA OiitiANs. I ustratis!
Catalogues muiled. Great imlucemeuts to me
i rude. A large discount to Alinister-, l hur. lies,
Sumiay-M hooLs, etc. 24i4
(.no tar lined), io. on si i WOIK and Inside,inn.ea.l
of plaster. Kelt Caipetliigs, Ac. semi two 3-cent
stamps for Circular ami Samples.
27r4 C. J. FAY, Camden. N. if.
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Tenns $2 per year. To clubs, nine copies lor #>.
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Wood's Hcu-ehold Magazine,
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mill A" |f 1.1 t-' l ' u it- uth
wIU yiU vol.—with Chromo,
TiiF UMiMiTE WELI V,
i l*;o Inehes. in o i < >', .|-H.
M.igaziao, one yea;, with .Moniitcd 4 hrmi.o f; nu
Mag..;-J he,'me .ear, with tTiniouhtcl Ch. n i.o 1 v
Magazine, alone, oue year, ... [
F..\andiie <mr Clui.-bii.g and Premium Lists.
, Two Fi-st-lass Pe tii. deals for the pne. o! one.
We s."li it. I vjs-riciui ii I hiivswiti and
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,cx,youi.g •. oil, make more money HI work foi
in their spare moments, >r all the time than at
i iVthiiiK else. Particular, free. Ail.lress
iIT 4 SUNMIN A CO., Portland, Me
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--tut u c /iici-m .-futeineni of wh it tht-v want. |
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by return loan whien .t 11 enable ihem t-. decide
ehet'ier to inert a.->e, ■• ■l'ltiec >r forego the order.
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Publteheni tint onlj semi their lie on but p*v .
Mess)i.Gso. P. l . wp.i.i A Co. tor tin-,, -= rvicee.
a - tecpiftl for a el:.#!** paper as '• J*
loraia.-jfi r ist: (or a single tuner as n-adtiy as for
j is-a !• sum. \ 1 1"-H the American V w : ?r*pei 1
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V j, i •■. ND
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If lli'j 1 A_f IJ '• e eMi. V... can
il a-s. - 1 — -*-* v ,, the proper oarty a
good paying and easily worked t ash Bu.-.ineits,
Ihe tact ami experience of an old ugem is not
needed to he sin es-ful, though we have pore ex
|ie;leiHt>l agents e-ec.ire.l during the past two
years) working for us than any other house in
Amcn< a, and th*y continue to work right along,
am! make hf(; salaries. The secret is that they
offer the people r.KTiEii In.ineetuetils, and that we
attend more HltdMi'Tl.V to their orders.
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travelling for your leisure moments, or your en
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LUTHER S. KAUFFMAN,
BK 0 K li 11,
96 Fcurth Avenue,
TV.ls is ; wor.dei-ful dtfie invention auo for the
Cim.ng expense of I |y t e vwrv weisi u
■ a. have one in hi house aud i- hp, own glazier
1 h.s ln"tru;i put ml' cot :>.- better than an, inT
luond which wiilei-st Fiftv Ih,liars
Any person ran use if. it k aimpi* a „ iO4 ,
knife, w!h a little steel wheel that mak--
revolutions a ntuute—tempered Ir. a ... • m.
manner. 1 "
It requires no ski:, or j.ra.-tl. tons. it. Anv
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