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M-Blown of th SJ bull f - i raquo t bdquof one UgtouraquoiiaooSLpS to ic Clrklaquo bdquobulllaquoltbullbdquo of C011I o r j laquo o r gt 7 l S gt ^

li cawMntd III bo foreclose m described M u

I the Court Hi li day Of April laea are ilcscrl raquoraquo follow to annate In ttte

KV and HUM bdquo bullrlhid aa follow f lot No one ha (hKKW W slot bull bullaatukoon the I liniK H I ~ ft CUIMI Of i ilugree K 11 claquo raquoa Otgrcca W cornet lt4 air land thoutw H bdquo tin lot thltnclaquo i f raquo

uoa M link to tha in ono laondrvd

Alt yCotttand N V T gt |

ienff8 Sale rT OUT IAM) as I l ybdquo r bdquo ucd out of tha 8o| Yoik ugt nut dire

OIKIraquo ami chatllea _ McAllister will Will ami taken All tha tit

10 ram Jerome MeAIHsl Ix-ccmber- lifTD or at to H10 following deter 1 tract ur portal of ton aroruaaM lt-n illowa to wit Ik KIIIIIII ml formerly owned by I alaquo|)laquoiinlni( thehlKhwayaadn

weel Icltailia l i l l i tw-unco north

raquolit) motifs I d r ESS ajake and alow

no Ilt link- to a Blake and 11 ili-ur-i- H- to tho Old taleulka

UK -lid ronl to tliu place OTba ni -I acne of land inutv oT~fc_ - IVIIIK 1 herefrom a pl-cu of Ujvi In 1 hu raquo ft cursor litareuflaquoaJT ceded by Itobart B l a t r ^ A ^ opting 1 imall nhcv 01 laadS

iv IMiigt laquorllaquormgtii oj Wllliai ll May bulllaquo lam I l iaroahoi tliiu and lniorotwich1 tha u u t hail nn the llaquoth day of Deelaquotgt furniture- in too hotel rn TraitZ ml ooitnly now ktVawli a the His linl i-v|i-laquoi foraalowld Jeroiua TV-I In Urn aboveaaactaadreal It el In the hlahitt bullMMat laquo

bullor ni Iho tl l l i t iM tatv j r i Ilinii-ilnyilui setoital da ut April I In 1 In- forouoojiof llaalllay Jjpound

N II IIAVNKraquo8herlraquo

ortgago Sale i ilelaiiti in- IMHIII made lit th pay in mnmy secured by a iiionaan iv of May imo executed by B

lot 11 l tiiliuuilh-count of latv f Nvv Virk^oYollylloo nv p-ii wio 1 now lb ouw ikh iiii bull bull -i was rvi-oialod Ik da V Clerks nitii- In I itbdquo-r lnof Hal n 1111 th ad day of J1110 lie1 and win rvraquos 1 tie aiiiYuliil ilaisa bullnit iiaottxiiarii at nn nun- II( is

I (if (111 Hull IK raquobullbull ailOl III h t g wotnMnr nui) ri-vt-iity aovajiovati nlnl dollant 1 uu fil and 182 M in wholu inin1 unpaidea aid 111 iiuniiit inigt 1raquooiiiiliattad

gltaw pgt lioniatl and raquoli laquo | Inndirc nollco la hereby KjvCM bullI Hi IKmcr of aalu contained lu did only IIIII aa a orvaaldiui thi nun-in iirliituii nude aim III ISage tvi l l lniri irccl iaedbya itm-H liirvniaitor doacrlbod at put 1 inni IIIHT ni tlie Court llnuio ii bulliortlaiil oottnty N V011 iw laquotfll at n n oclock llt| thbaf

The raid |irilnltca are ileatni nil M1111 in lliu lownof trirt

id on t| tinuliii l y four tfli i 11 Id ainlilvacilbndaafoA-raquo I lie tiiilsr W the IHulnlaquoaj leadiu iliraquo)| ngt (tiMuii at the northwi bullwtiiil by Ma(lln KcHvtSf fornri ilUK went along the cmler of HM i-ll iltU 111 twenty-ope I ub i-uly ll vii rutin and tlteeti link to f attid lot ily lour thence et in of aid lot twenty HHIgt and l i rr of |iliii( Irvik thence adrtb II roiin ngt flit- Junction of bpruu 1 rvck liieiuo wneterl along 11411 all in Martin KvliogK a loutuwii ) 1 in- north iiixiy ntvi-ii rud -bull- wtft linn to tlm |ilinc or ty nun- aeteo acrea and twenty m bullre or U lu-cordlntt to a auivri r horhiK Maroh laquo twt UaM

l l l l S l i i n i l l Y K A I I MortKHna Hnn MortLtiLcCa Altoilleyiraquoltirt

[ortgago raquoairaquo iiMri mi been made HI Ike pa In- rti ixJ -iiiiivd by a niuiliiwi ibty of April IHoo eaacutedl)) kl f the 1nn or CofllaortvllH 1I111) mid u of NeW Ydf la bull llof nn Imiiol Iriutoncoailf I Still- ofJviW York and wkkl Hiiriii-d in II111 IcrkVofllteuf wt r of Mnriiiaitea ou pate oVba A (irl I 1 Hot a i^ oclock K N AM I IIIIIHXUCU ban been tlulii aaalgaca irka and 11m Miller vlITJUXU N Ylaliil 1 lie aatuu I powffn ill uu-is tin Hiiiiiiit olaliiirdio d niefluage il the llnii- of tin- lot lltla iinllte t the aunt of two lium Id and IMriiity i-iv 11 iliIlarn kaJ I to IMI cii of principal aad imt 1 and the whom amount clabura

aatd ni 11 t-- at the f line of the n o t H- i i i i i i - i the Ill f lraquoraquo niiiiliil and twi-iity-aevep doUin ullta now llu-it-fiiio IKIIUV in hit ly vliim of the |raquoower of rale o lOrtxaKe and duly recorded aa a(iiv aiianco of lliu atatute In shell cam li-I il- -mi ittortgatfo will b- I- bull bf tin- l- nilri-n then-Ill WMtlhaj II lit 1 In- litgbvntblddor at the noau J

lii 1ouri Itniini- In the village 1 v of t orllraquotnloii the I0raquoh uayilt two oclock In the ajti-rnooil ol IW

nretnlnia aril dcacribed in uM iinwi AH lhraquoa tract or parcel lt

il- IOVVII 1 1111101 coonty-at iiiimtHir iiiiiv inn knownasuw

li1 1 1 - in tbononiheaatcvraci bullpilligtI Hint rraquoiivililt ibcieiroalU uhd loin oopupled hy Alnilmn W bullttlftint l i mid Jobn WUdlav bull bullni u nn annul two and a iupf acre X wnn Alno i-xioptlng anil rclaquorr-llkuil mill- ti-iilin of 1111 a i i r nl ti-l Mlklili -M I- il will- to Altai

At -1t linn illu-r t met or pf reel at II naid lil iiiiinlii-r ninety-Innr laquolaquol m i - 10 w t l in 1I1- north by uw lor lon inil it UMIIII line of raquoM

by tin- i-ant linn of nitil l o t oolai iroaatd M1I1-- imudred acrea M till UMlda ltgtl null Hurt ceimn nl ai-rrn of laud Uloro or hgtM w mutliK iiieiiifroin fifty aenh ftw theleui luieuiforo arflclcd if lraquoo all tbal other tract or p a p l

lie tnniibora four and dve In lr aforoald andboundwl an Mkiaa li nil i|t eaat from thocealarvl bull1 line tin the north Una of Ian

ttlllrn and wife to William Mar the north bank of ike

^tiimlaril ami ^aiirnal I lminiui i WaattLv laquoT

XV I 0 laquo l a M Y l - I O O la l i l l

UKIXANU ltH)KTtANIraquo tDllNTV N Y

9gtraquo In Moonaa BHIOK BLVOK tlrJ jtow

IKUMfJmdash1900 per HIIIIIIUI 111 ttilvMiirtf

AdvartUIng Rates Kor legal luitlcen and official adverllnutnuita

nurgea will he made according to the talee enlrtti-Untied by law to witmdash 73ocutaa folio lor ftrat pub it 111ni ami SO centa a folio for each eubeeqitcit jniltiatiin countloK 100 word or tbclriiuii 1 ni in apace aa a folio

Kor ordinary bimlnenn atlveitlncnientn ehargea A nl In iinly at the foltnwtug ratea

loin uiimnonj iinui raquoM raquobull-laquo-mdash 11 afuroald andboundoil aa ( lug nix tdet eaat from M y f a lot line tin the north llraquoOf|-laquo raquo mile anilwlfo to Wllllanl Pf lutherly to the north bank oflaquo ginciit of a rag Ueel raquo J J Mnnrly uplho norlhl(raquoiilaquoo( bull Id by na llaquot l llaquo loUlaquocbalaquone 1 tin -laquoint batik oftheil l ik n w e t down aalil lino toW yen a -- about Ate Mo iccpnii) raquond ronervlog tbo laquo bdquo _ bdquobdquo bdquoervloglb I InJalid koi-UW laquo f bullraquobullVZ T laquo Ly0irjih vlraquoK5f

d cbttiity nJL^JVaHZ irlulual towoahlp o f t l bull bdquoraquo inllllary ltrlaquogt0^ibdquo1 ca-

r d a y ^ e o ^ ^ - l l T W ^ r bdquobdquov third mcfRfir A ^ ^ W

litornojr for ArraquoraquoB S gt- - i r h t c o K T i i A N D t 1 ^ Mi-rclialil a^ttleorgo-jjfo

Itrown hln wl ^^raVTa bull irraquo Nidnnii W- laquohermlaquohota laquoVwUlaquo jBraquoraquoJlaquovraquotJ 5 1 and nale i0tl1 r^ WTlaquobullgtbull lie 1Mb day of ^^bullIfclpneUI inn fiir that porpoaed raquoflj bJ uhllr a o c t l w f l J raquo laquo 7 h laquo laquo raquo - the town laquo^bullbulluy^bullbull^gtbulllaquo at the Htb bullraquoAJfbdquoii raquo 111 that d y i l f f ttahta1 bdquov dlteeted by bullbullfti JTiil bullraquogt ell dewrlbedIS bull raquo raquo bdquoJ tolaquo

ml county J r J J W b f i r - 1 orlulual towoahlpor raquoraquobull_ bdquo Um mini rjnl by thi lUabd I on Kimkilo

WIII-1 by Vrvlll Liioiln - which wa convoyed bullraquo | ( ^ be-bdquo be oraquoraquot by amppoundEjt3A ml fjtrllanrl conn - c r t i n i j -bdquo1 me half cd hiLwI^raquolirbull Brown l y J laquo raquo h W ^ j - 2 wife on the nJfSf flaquoraquo HO at of httxl bull

bull f A t f y l raquo H ) - V i I s t HKT f CopMTT Of W E J JeM

llardHarah raquo laquo laquo laquo (jMMrbl bdquo K t c l - r J B j U ^ w W W

V11 ar- bereny bull-yclarar r Ibe ltid|gtjtSiftyraquoVtai

v-^wflK^Jireg i ibdquo7 bdquoVlnbec^^ y bull A t t y r o r t l a n d V l l h ^ ^

bull K f n o r d r f A h J raquo V ^ llio county f f l f f i t a S l S

In IH-molla hav ing amp iiitiiribghof bullrf-j srw nilI to eihlbit OT^tb bull oreof to the bullj^JJubulltlaquoX c Mid dclaquoraquo-raquoedtlb^ y bullraquobull no county 00 r b laquo w j (laquoraquo

bdquod laquolaquorti^degZY I

gt IYVU injchtM Itiroo lucUu Kiur inch

One bullIH-I I I V litchoo rniro iuchelaquo Klvgt lnrferaquo

ltgturaquoraquo meh Twgt irflot i i i f - f igticholaquo K-xif ItnhtM f ive luchei

bullgtuo inch Two litcNi Ilir- tin (in-four liuhc-

laquogtlM lQC-1 ffigt luclir-i

Thrwi incrio bullfyiir InehM flvw Inrin-ri

K)Q9 QCh

r i in i Inchac four Iiicfiu

nno inch Two 1 niche rin-u tQchlaquoraquo f mr liii-htrt rivgt t i rh0laquo

I IH inch

Ttraquorelaquoj luchut Kimr inchiv Ktvo luohoo

fomiNowiw bull

1 ib Third laquo( column I ingt 1 75 HnJf of c o t a m n 5 IN

raquo raquo Hotcilmnn 1 a i

rcpivb W I S H bull i l l raquo laquo u n laquo r ol column4o OU tXhfhlrd ol colnmn 7 1 laquo bull v - IVlMf of coluum T 30 n so MorcoianD to ltgtbull

r o H T H K I K - f l l K H bull t $1 16

a 4 TO 5 TO

Quarter of column fy) i Third of column raquo on Half of c o l u m n Ill an V of column 11 Ml whole column lb uO

roil OKA MOHTH bull- uo

n m i SO

V I I t raquo

Uitarinr of column$7 00 Third of column t DO Half of c o l u m n w 00 XL of column- 15 00 Whole ccdtiiiiR- Ill Oil

roraquo TWO MONTH bullSIM)

5 00

S S raquoraquon

Unatter of collimn Third of column Half of colp in I I

whole column run n ines M O N T H

$11 I I t bull

Ik gt X do HO OD

i 91 50 Quarter ot column $10 ou 7 00Third ol column M On SOU Half of column W O

I I 00 yen f column 30 Ou

r im aik NOMTBa laquo no

10 (X) M 110 18 00 raquoiton

Quarior of column Third of column Half of column M of column Whole column

von o K K T i a n gt ( t o no

17 00 WOO

7 OU 84 00

Ounrtiirof column Third of column Half of column of column Whole column

$Jt on DO 00 air on i s 00 Wl I I I

laquo 00 47 SO 00 DO mi on

ion no

Advertrtoraont for exiuhlttuna coocert Ac and ndvortleMimoni cxttnlntag cut muro thun hatr an Inch In diameter will ho charged 3ft per out (till(liml to above rate

Bualaeaa oottcee In nowa or local colnninc to cents a line for dret tneurtlon and ft craquo-nlc a Hho for i-iih laquoubeoquent lnaorlton earoe maitor

Adverttaemenla no whirh the njumher of Inaer-gt|IHH ts not innrkcil will h- pubftiihcd until for nA (if y ijd iht chwr^c mmv accordingly

laquo I N I K S W U I R E C T U R V

B T W R I O H T tTTOHNKV AND OOfNSKI01 OPFlCB IN

Given to Hubbard new block Cortland N Y Dlnirict Attorney II

L P H O L L E N 3 E C K VITOKNKf ANU(HiUVKK10R AT LAW Of

Hi Maioulc Hall Block Cortland N Y laquo

H I R A M ^ R A N D A L L vrluKVKY ANO COlNdKLOB ATIAW OK

raquo- or Mai ion i I auk Cortland N Y I

H Y A T T A HO L O i r e I gt I 5 M 1 I H l H

ifYIrK ON CORNgK Of COURT NO MAIN bullnr^otCortland y Y _

M R laquo K P HALBKRT rKCHbK OK VOCAL AND INbTKlMBNTAL

Klitlc limine nM - Orant atreel Cortland

Y _ gt_ O U KELLOGO

I I gtKNBY AND COUN88LOR AT LAW OK - with Hon A P Hmlth t^iuuty Jndiri- v 1 - i--i4iii Taylor Hall Block Cnriland N Y

Mvb B A BENEDICT

MIOltNKY ANUCOUNHBInK AT LAW t)P Hit in the Having Hank building with Inn-IIA Kiater CortWud N Y bullbullraquo I

iio 4 O E INCAlL8 bull IIUIKON UKNTlHTs KKHIKfTPULLY IBN

tor their nervlcen In the poople of Cortland Ml hraiieben of ihe profealon will receive promiu mi-ullou Bthoradratnlatorcd If dealrad (ijttrc bullin Ihn corner of Main and Mill atreeta ovur A -Aienn ilriig store Itirmorly occupied by J A T O D O

llO lb NttALLa Hvl C t INIIAILH

J L W A T R O U 8 iN TUB BARNARD HALL BLOCK NBA RLY o f

tmnite the Cortland Houne ban oatahllnheil a new Livery Htahle which la fumlnhed with neu cafrlagea fine hnnn and nrat-ctann i||inrn-u m con _ TMcee ruannitahla laquo v

1 B E N J T W R I G H T I T T O R N B Y A N D C O C N N K L O U A T LAW A M

Solicitor ol Iatniita mil a appoatic the (Parley llonne^Maratlion^N _Y _ vi-l

B O U T O N I CHANIPLIN ~ VTTOKNBYH AND COUNHKLORB AT LAM

and Noturiii Public Keumr Block Cortlaiul BOIITON Iraquov8 R CIIAMIIIN

p 7 J 8 P E R R Y ROIltlKIiiR SPKHHYH IIOTKL UAVINi been recently enlarged ropalrod anil rertllcit Ihroughoitt v Itha large and welLvontilalrd bare Iti-li-il tlnn pnpntar hotel In Tolly prepared to accommodate travolem in the boat of atvlc Ad-lotmog tin Court Uouae on Court -4rorl vl

A P S M I T H I tt-UNKY AND COLNt-KLOK AT LAW HI Hen in Manonlc Hall Block ftiti malm) Cnrllani N _ vl

L Y b i A tC 8 f ROWBRiOGE I t i lKNIt PHYSICIAN TKRATH ALL (VltA tin llneanun iin-n|tilly without th uao of drui-Iailmitn recelvial in the ltdinc and call from

AOin- promptly atleudod to KF-I- i it aitenilnn iiid Hi iitinic and iiteriuc tllaoanea Konhjenre -li Iourt^lonne litli vl

W M J M A N T A N Y B IIORNKY AND COCNSKHIK AT LAW ivck^Hiock Marathon N Y i n )

GEO B JONES l HlHNKY AND COUHKLOH AT LAW n |

ll In Keator Hlock coruor of Main t Im I Waton atreetn Cortland N Y

w haTLTY flbok I R K ND IthvPUINTKlt All Wolth KKK bull tied in the bent manlier and at ruanoiiabli- ralon tec to Moorea hrlck bulbdlDg north ot Na itonal RanpCortlaod N Y

LUGE at SILVERMAN Ill bull TOUHAIIIBRS AND ARTIHTs gLOCBHH

or of H D A II Luce over Dank otCortland illiul N Y Daguerrcotypea Auibrotyten It otographn and raquoil klndn of Ilrtnre copied ami vidargcd and warranted perfoct lu every ro-met Beailtllul Qennan Klnlah Photograpbn Lite alze Im hull- palnlvnl in India Ink Watvt Colore Craj on and Paatll Porcelain IMciitr-n llinly Ullinli d 111 i-nlota laquo N D tUCg L HtlVEnttAH

HC aTliiAYrttTgt KCLKCTIC PHYSICIAN AND jUKOKON HAS

rtiriitgtil to Cortland anil opened-an offlcc In Ma -nine Hall ltlnkfc where lie wtll receive and prmnpily attend to all protinnloi al call llav nut had nil - x|n-rii-ni-n of lluiro (ban thirty yi-ain in ii- irianii^il of dioMMi bo la prepared to lt uiiloy ah ihe gtueao of reliel known to medical ncleuce Siai t it nllt tillnii given to female cool-ll-nite ami all t bronle dineaaee Rentdencu on Pro-pect etroet- i 7

H At H O t v L t i M D P h y v l o l a u a n d Hurglaquoraquou

WAVINU iravt-leii alieoevetj UttuVluj nouit 1 I lii -iflncgt iiiil irolaquota-tl -iicciraquolaquoiiiI (hiin bulltuiii of craquolaquot)laquo or chronic ami -ni^c-il dtaiMUrHui do-bullirvt to aniiciuuce that be will rerotn at homn uow iraquort ilovote hU aitentlon to the ireatmont of chron gt IMWH bull bull a apocialty

Ml who are afflicted with any form ol dieoNM or - riniiy may coiitull htm ai hit office uear hl-videnca Kallmari nrreel near ibo s raquo B Depot

^illco hour itoib li A M lo 4 1 M r Ho truit for medlctua at gtgt01co tofljund APrU It lTO y 4amptf

I gt L N i i H i t i t b U i l r i i i t t i Ufflcc In Ihr Wict

bullbullbull Block opj-oalie the Masonic IIBII UlotkCori -ltd N Y Hpeela1 attention gWcn to 4hu gtrvt lt ition of the uatural teeth and the treating ol li bull iiiriiH-f- aod dUeairea of the month Pbr

rk oxecutod in the be polaquoatblo manner and warranted

Hit- lo I ii- ouly office In tin- county whom Vita bullbullbullI An i-AilnlnlMcnd It I the fttt I h e ^ f out tin iiioet ploaMni la It efTocta of ajiy anieraquo iic lt-vordnvented ok nerd a iiunilreiln are read^ gt leattfyTl would nfc U) Ihoae who are imlfortng ltin ilecayM ltmd iikcinltod teeth rait and try It for

bull bull hraquove II local anaMlholte which not iilgt Kit- (4fthaxiracttitj almoal laquow(rry igt4viigtleilaquo

MI iirimvfN all aoreneas from the gnma In anal bullbull-gt increikb]laquo short apace of iliiu All wtvhtnjt

1 nihWWaUt of a -unerlor bulljualli) can hae lt in iiiMiUvai UIY office at reasonable prtcev

bull Notntra charge fur tuhallns ihoair raquohwv

t i O m A D T amp FRANILIN DENTISTS

OFPICB ItlltiMs IN

I HOYSKADTS KEM1DKNCK OrrOMITI TBI CllMHtM tIlaquoHfK

I T H A C A N Y No Advanoe in Pnoes

K UOYBRADT lake tfreat pleaavre in a-i nounclng to hu nuiuuroua pairoaa and the

iothllc that he haa aaaoclatod with hint l)r- raquo W KRANKUN of Ifow York city who la lhvorlaquobly known aebelni emluently auccoeerul a an artlal in the artificial (UgtittQHnu of dcnlletry Or KtMKKLtn ha for many yearraquo devoted hla oftHre iilmillon to Ihe coutructIon and ttlaputlon of arshytificial teeth and by bla iklll and oxperionce U vn-thled to aecare every advanUKO atlalnaNe lraquo ibo prx-aettt advanced aUto of dunlal acloncc V|gtecU) IOI in all profeaalona have blaquojcome neceeniilc and bull bullbull other ha greater bonvStM rc^nlied By a

-yteraatlr dlvlaloo of labor we are enabled not ly to meet all demand upon ua hut to dtcbariltlt laquoil iimK-rtaMn w h dUivticli and Mollty

lgtr HOTHRADT Will give bla jKiraonal attention gt- heretofore to the operailvo branch of our bind S wraquo and igtr FBAMKLIH will have charge of the ulrinl Our motto will be proiuilnce to all en b-vciTieiita Udellty to the wraquonl and ucoeealtle u lhl^llenla

I-ire freb Nllron Oxide ltia dallj adminla laquod flir the palnleoi extraction of teeth and other [bullannul upcrattona in denial laquonryery mdash bull l e d

1)

uu iiroporly pieparcd la rcitarded by Our beat nn n i rt Sllrlltbullbull raquolaquo Idttbly lieneiiclal In all u dimculllM a W UOY8RAUT

ibaca MayllSN

UbWRADT Hr W PRANKLIN

POPULAR TRAljrE

I raquo|IILI0 VITBNTION 18 MOHB rtlAN KVKH

Olretleid t o w a r d r e c e n t d e a e l o p n t e n t a

N E W

roMMonious ANIgt Wr^LUGHTKl)

8 T 0 R E OF

Bivens Hubbard

O N A I V p A K T B B

September 1st 1873

i amp Co fct A-1 IN N T

CORTLAND VILLAGE

BRING WBLL 8BTTLED IN THBIR KBW (cllABTBRS

a

Givens Hubbard amp Co Are now receiving a

N laquo w A n d A t t r a c t i v e M o c k o r

S P R I N G G O O D S

Among thftr vprclaltlea wit) ho found an extenalva variety of

Ladies DressGodds inraquo-lBilinc partly of

BLACK amp COLORED SILKS Baviers Celebrated Poplins

In a variety of color

Roubaix Poplii a

Brilliantine and Silk-Striped

Vigogne Suitings

Soltaire Stripes

Tyooon Reps

Frenoh Coatings

Pure Mohair in Hlaclt ana Colora

French Cambrics

Orotonnes gt Peroales and

Prints

in Ktvt variety

In men wear iheirftock of

WOUEN GOODS In ptdm ot

s t y l o tluMlltlcM a n d H x t e n l hilaquo iiraquoivigtr hecn nurp-iiMii-d In thi mark it

Tholr aasorlment ol

DOMESTIC GOODS s n o t Aft

Cottonades

Brown and

Bleacked Sheetings

Tickings i c

Flannels

Table Diapers

Hosiery

I (loves A c bull I M I V I 1 I

1 Thiil IAUtlK AND WKIL llGHTSn

CARPET ROOM fttneked wllli a itroHier variety and hefter e-

lectid atylel of

BniRSols Tapestry

Three-Ply

Ingrain and 1 Venetian

CARPET NGS AND

OIL-OLOTHS iope-Matting

Hearth Rugs Matis ampc

than haa ever before MCH exhibited In In Hit department they claim a prcnnilaencc

andtruxt ibelr liberal tnveetmeat will meet with the ancceaa It mrrila

lt I i - A c O C X have alioadded largely to their utock laquof

G r r o c e r i e s conaiatlny of full Mpea of

SIKJARS TEAS COFFKKS SPI- CES 4c

A large aawirtnunt of

CROCKERY amp GLASSWARE Looking-Crlasses

Silver-plated Ware Paper-Hang-

ingB Window Shades (fee all of which wilt he offered at I

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Stationery ampc mdashmdashraquo

A tins and comploto stock of

New styles of Wall Paper for 1874

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PIHE5T 8ampAV88 Q TOBACCO AITD CI6AU All goods sold at the lowest prioes

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UNLESS APPROVED OF Wi allow proof hefbre wo flniali

All kinds of Fioturea Copied and Enlarged and warranted Per-

feot in every respeot

Purcelaio Pictures fiuely finish- bull ed in Colors

Life-Size Portraits Painted in Inshydia Ink Water Colors Orayon

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TOE MAIDS

A Illy in my laquoardlaquolaquo (raw Aoild t i e thytatUad clover

No fairer lllir laquoraquoerpound Heajvh alljthe wQLt v)tgtr|H over

Ite bekttty nuaed S t o my heatt-I ariow twaa n al ry-

But I waa than 4 Wollah meld And llmdasha rfcrfeet Illy

One day a learned l With year of I

And tJlrn I dWllc Like any fbolleh t

Wlee air pleaao t I know the quoad

Tho loinothlitg thi Audi makei a nor)

He airJlled and atlt Then tore It loaf and petal

And talked to me Mr full an hour And thought tho point to aattle

lloreln It Hat at length he erica But l - I know lttlaquoH bullUly-

Could only weep and aay But where-O dbotor gtraquohora1raquo nty Illy f

^bullJohn Ftaurfn StrVnttrt for April

HKIKK M K N T I O N S mdash I t ia said that the

Hudson River railrtad ia doing one-third

more business iince the panic than ever beshy

fore still it haa cut Mown the wagea of its

employees ten per cent

mdashSay Sambo did you eber see de Cats

kill Mountains r No I neher d i d but I

have seet) them kill mice

mdashThe placidity of expression worn by a man who is Next In a full barber shop cannot be counterfelwd

mdash*t is estimated thai in less than a centushy

ry the whole arable land in the United States

will be occupied by actual settlers Whence

then will the emigration move

mdashA Missouri titan offers to live forty days

without food if any Ofte will give him $500

but no one seems to have any interest in the

experiment 1

mdashA man was bmsting that he had been

married fjrar twenty years and had never

given his wife a cross word Those who

know him say ltesliiltit dare lo

mdashThe following advertisem*nt is posted

near a western depot on the front of a small

restaurant Lunch twenty-five cents din-

ner fifty a real gorge seventy-five cents

- r l l o DividedmdashVe hear from the West hat a philosopher haa extracted the following reply from a schoolboy to the query Mow is the earth divided my lad Hy eirth quakes sir

mdashThere wa a very aingul-ir mistake made

by Diggs 11 ttweddinj who when introduced

10 the bride wished thai site might enjoy

many rcuijrns of the present happy occasion

mdash The monument to gim Kisks memory

i to be crqeted on Decoration Day of all the

diys in Ihn year It will cost $20000 and

it is said is made at the expense of the Equit

bullllle Life Insurance Co of New York

- A New York mart living on a farm in Alabama was ordered by the Ku-Klux to leave lraquout instead of so dotng he remnincd and shut three of them His neighbors expressed lien gratitude by electing him County Clerk

mdashThe expense u-cotllit if a Kansas bacheshy

lor tot December shows lima they do things

out Wosl

Wasiing - bull $ 0 0 7 Tob-xco J t 24

mdashIf a naughty girl Hiould hurl you like

a good giil you would forgive her wouldnt

you 1 Yes inarm ahe replied If I

couldnt catch hejr

mdashAn exchange says that devotion to fash-

ton has deformed the women of Boston to

such tin extent that ihey now present the

appearance of having been run through a

threshing-machine and by some miraculous

interpisition of Divine Providence escaped

immediate death

mdashAt a Dobttque wedding the fierslti says

among the wedding presents ostentatiously

displayed was a hundred dollar bill a1 present

from the doting father to his darling daughter

After the guests had departed ihe old man

cooly tolled up the bill put it in his vest

pocket and that Was the last of it

mdashBefore slates were used people multt

plied on the faceof the earth Boggs who

takes a joke about as hard as he would a

blow in the face read this to his Sunday

School class to show what wretched pervershy

sions of fact newspaper people are tq pub-

lish and then went into a computation to

show that the use of slates cannot have senshy

sibly affected ihe increase of the worlds pop

illation because first slates are only used as

a covering for bullhitman habitations in a very

small fraction of Ihe earths surface secondshy

ly because in those countries where slates

are used bi t a srhall fraction of the populashy

tion use them the use of thatch tiles shinshy

gles tar and asphalt alto prevailing and

thirdly because the ratio of the mtuibei of

persons injured by the falling of slates in

the most populous parts of the most slate-

covered cities to Ihe whole population of

such localities is aaid to be expressed by the

decimal 007031)00072 I mdash laquo bull bull

S T N I C H O L A S FOR AfRiLmdashThis maga-

zine for young folks fi l ly meets the promise

of its brilliant commencement and is one of

the most delightful periodicals for the young

of both sexes we have ever seen Its illusshy

trations arc superb and the reading entershy

taining and instructive The three serials

are increasing in interest In Fast Friends

thereare adventures at boarding-house in

New York in Nimpos Troubles the

children get into scrap in a Western vilshy

lage and 111 What Mljht Have BcenEx-

pecied wondeifu| schemes are concocted in

Ihe backwoods of Virginia Jack-inthe-

Pulpit is unusually good this month he

fairly sparkles with fun and everybody old

and young will be sure Icopy have a jolly laugh

with Jack1 for April The Letter Jlox and

other departments are full ond interesting as

usual -r-avaa-a

SCKIBNKRS M O N T H L V F O raquo A P R I L mdash T h e

April number of SltrtgtHtrs contains another generous installment of Mr Kings Great South the subject this iljne being A Ramshyble in Virginia from Bristol to the Sea The illustratioiisas usual are profuse There is a timely paper by Miss Beedy on the Health and Habits ol EOglish and American Women Noah Brookthas an article Con-cerning some Imperial- Booty The new story-writer George W Cable tells a tale of the Belles Demoiselles Plantation Mrs Davis serial is concluded and Miss Traf-tons is continued The number opens with an illustrated pocnt by Benjamin F Taylor and there ore versus by A R Macdonough John Fraser I O Hbdquo Charlotte F Bates and Edward King Dr Hollandin Topics of the Time writes about Jules Vernes New Story The Taxation of Church Propshyerty and Social Usage The Old Cabi net Is concerned with Veracity Amateur Theatricals are practically discussed in Home and Society and the other depart ments have their characteristic variety

M0hj(i jrant Bohemian life I count the pershy

petual meeting at moat unexpected placet of

people whom you have known before in

widely d lerent localities An hour ago my

friend ant i started for a stroll on this match

less Galvc iton beach A lthe afternoon we

had sat o 1 the upper gallery watching the

long low urf-crests that crept so lowfy and

surely Ian Iward all the afternoon he had lisshy

tened in lt he pauses of our light chattering

to the ce tseleas refrain which those same

white-cap raquoed waves were chanting till the

beauty of he scene and the siren song temptshy

ed us dow 1 to the shore Oh it was lovely

sauntering thither ovet the oleander-planted

walks bre thing their rich exquisite perfume

and gathe Ing httndfula of the pink blossoms

A few car lages had come for the regular

sunset dri re some German women were

gathering shells a few children with bare

dimpled flt et were wading out into the com-

ing waves to run back with screams of laughshy

ter when raquo ime swifter billow washed up highshy

er than the rest and over the whole picture

there restid the mellow reflected from the

crimsoned west

The occ tpants of the carriages raised their

eyebrows i 1 polite amazement as they rolled

-past us for1 a pleasure walk was beyond their

comprehension and my friend laughed tellshy

ing me thai she always knew Northern visishy

tors because they loved to wander t r i W a n d

Texans never do

Im sure they regard tne as mildly insane

for my long walks hut see this time we

have companions in oiir madness she conshy

tinued pointing to a pair who were standing

a little distance beyond

Kvidenfly a bride and groom I asserted

for

Both wero young and one waa fair

and there vlere the usual unmistakable sympshy

toms of recjent ownership quite apparent in

the air of t i e young man who just then foldshy

ed the ladys wrap mote closely and caught

her fluttering veil till she had fastened it seshy

curely and in the act the turned her face to

wards us startling me with its familiar look

Isnt she beautiful f said my friend

Ianswered her absently since I was huntshy

ing every nbok in tny memory for the coun

terpart of tne fair girl before us I was sure I

had known Itermdashbut where

An impertinent wave came hurrying up

the beach aatd in a moment the brides dainshy

ty boots wbuld have suffered but Milord

clasped her swiftly and raising her ran back

a few steps coming close to us I knew then

where I had seen the happy pair but I went

very soberly towards them only quietly sayshy

ing

So this it what came of that journey

1 By Jovei ejacul*ted my hero in round

English tones seizing both my hands in a

grip that nearly crushed them while the

bride blushed laughed and added her graceshy

ful greeting I

Wasnt itjan odd encounter 1 last saw

those youngj people al Cheyenne in Septemshy

ber 1873 npw they met me strolling on the

shore of thai Gulf and my friend asserted

that we had picked up something better than

shells this time for she demanded the story

at once andI will lell it to you just as 1 told

it to her

On Kridai September 12 1873mdashI like to

be acenrate-i-the San Francisco train stood

on the trackat Omaha waiting the arrival

from the opposite side of ihe Missouri of

Eastern passengers There were four Pullshy

man cars attached three weie already filled

or engaged by telegram and the officials in

chargewere grumbling because Boss Tweed

and his party occupied six entire sections

The Boss ttayed closely in his compart

ment for Na^t had made his face so perfectly

familiar to eVery one that he encountered

more staring men than he liked His daughshy

ter a statelydignified lady waited the stair

with evident impatience while the young

gentlemenmdashHis sons and their friends stood

in a group on the platform smoking apparshy

ently enjoying the curious looks which were

naturally levelled at them They were

bound for the Yosentite and I have always

marvelled thai wheponce so far away from

Gotham the TBossV didnt know enough to

sail for Hong Kong and slay there but that

marvel is not easentialto my story ^S

We were picking away at lunches eating

California grapes and doing the hundred

listless things one always does while merely

waiting tilt the scream of the approaching

transfer train sounded shrilly out and we

looked with interest at the new passengers

Some of themj deserved our regards others

didnt but we watched them all mentally

summing up each particular case and utterly

Ignoring them[thereafter or else resolving to

win their friendship

The first group comprised a man his little

inefficient wasjied-out looking wife a strong-

minded nurse and two children destined to

be our tonnenjs

Next came a widow and her daughter the

daughter wore glasses and was a goose the

mother only paying for a single berth grumshy

bled and fretted most impolitely when the

other seat anq berth of the section was asshy

signed lo a tall spirited-looking English girl

with whose splendid eyes and queenly ways

I fell directly and deeply in love But dear

fiicnds dont jump at conclusions for she

isnt my heroirt of the beach

Listening to the ill-bred matron I hardly

noticed a bevy Jof young girls who had entershy

ed at the rear door or two dreadfully bridish

brides and their spouses who had likewise

claimed their places My English beauty

utterly disgusted with her vis a-uij asked

for a place in my section during the day and

we became so delightfully confidential in ten

minutes that I learned she was from Nova

Scotia that this was the eleventh day of her

journey and that her destination was Sacrashy

mento while -the merry-faced handsome

young man w l o m she ordered about with

such supreme rlon-chalance was her brother

Meantime we heard from the rear Action

peals of merry laughter the aforesaid infants

gave us peal on peal of dreadful yells and we

took dishonorable peeps in the tell-tale mirshy

rors to watch he spooning of the brides

Our handsome young man roamedup and

down and final ly with a wickedly mischievshy

ous face came to his sister suggesting that

she should go and watch the view from the

end of the car I knew his motive so I went

too but he nintk nothing at that time for his

sister never even glanced at the ptctty girls

we passed Wjt looked from the platform a

few minutes our hero stood twisting his

moustache with vexation till growing desshy

perate he remarked

Say Madge That girl with the dark

eyes is stunning isnt she I wish you would

make her acquaintance

Indeed Thats the view you admired

was it Well sir I shall do nothing of the

kind I have npvocatton forstunninggirls

Come Mrs Dbdquo jets go back

Evidently used to such snubbing T o m mdash

that wasnt his name but well play it wasmdash

made a Mocking salute and retorted laughshy

ing

Well madam Im quite equal to helping

myself You jtrst wait till you want to know

some stunning fellow

Madge only gave him a look of supreme

contempt and walked off tossing over her

shoulder a command to fetch the hamper for

she was hungry and no supper could be had

till we reached Grand Island then turning

to me she saM with an exceedingly ancient

oiir Positively that boy Is loo ridiculous

He gets silly over these American girls all

the time but I wont help him

Thaf boy I bull repeated with intense

amusem*nt for the delinquent stood six feet

high and was evidently older than bis moni-

tress who lectured him in the gravest fashion

all the whi le we were nibbling at the conshy

tents of that nevertobe forgotten hamper

It reminded me of the famous one which

Mr Wardl carried to the races and I think

we enjoyed it as much at Mr Pickwick and

his friends enjoyed their al fntco lunch

though the sleeppy fat boy was not in attendshy

ance

The usual funny scenes occurred during

the stowing away process at night but the

long hours passed swiftly and the Infants

greeted the morning with sundry howls of

misery and fretfulness which waked us all

too soon It was droll enough to see the

way in which everybody peeped from their

sections to investigate the reason why and

then having viewed the situation each sudshy

denly discovered all the other curious heads

and disappeared T h e lamenting wail was

from the stout lungs of a four year-old boy

this time His mother arranging her toilet

placidly paid no heed to his screams and

the little imp danced with passion Suddenshy

ly Madge showed a vexed faced between her

curtains and her ringing voice called out imshy

peratively

Tom for heavens sake get a slipper and

spank that Child Hes quite too old to cry

like that and his mother doesnt seem to

know enough to manage him Then she

vanished

Fancy the laugh It began in a chorus of

stilled chuckles but she had spoken for us

all and a hearty endorsem*nt sounded from

every berth while the amazed parent picked

up her off-spring slapped him soundly and

looked round with a Pleasc-maam-what-

else-shall-1-do face which was funnier tha)

Madges prescription

Our train was behind time and breakshy

fast was only a dim prophecy so we beguiled

the hours as best we might watching for bufshy

faloes which wouldnt appear spying several

groups of the pretty graceful antelopes passshy

ing swiftly through widespread settlements

of the funny little praiiie-dogsand opening

our eyes widely at the cactus winch grew in

such prickly profusion on either side of the

track I found the face of my English beaushy

ty more enchanting than anything else for it

was as changeful as her thoughts Suddenly

she exclaimed

I wonder where Tom can be and suitshy

ing the action to the word she started in

pursuit She was only gone a minute then

with a comically rueful face she begged me

to come too We found the deserter cosyly

tucked beside the very girl he had admired

the day before for bolh ol ihcm were occupyshy

ing the same car step while the rest of the

gay group camped on the platform Of

course 1 laughed while Madge evinced her

presence by reaching over and energetically

pulling a curl of the handsome head that

was so dangerously near the young ladys

rosy cheeks

Tom started looked round and coolly

said

Ah Madge I thought it was you Well

J cant very well move just now but Miss

Ellis if you can look over your shoulder you

will see my sister Miss Fairfax allow mc to

present Miss Ellis

The scamp certainly showed good taste

for Miss Ellis was very lovely both in feashy

ture and expression She blushed a little

but bowed as gracefully as her position pershy

mitted and her voice was singularly sweet

when she said I find that Mr Fairfax is an

old schoolmate of my brothers They were

at Toronto together

It was Madges turn to blush now not a

little but furiously while Toms mischievous

eyes danced with delight at her confusion

and I did some Yankee guessing about

that brother which proved quite correct

anil then I sat down lo watch further devel-

opments and to enjoy the happiness before

me O youth and hope and beauty What

brave possessions ye poundre Ye hold in your

magical glasses such rare libations and we

drink such eager draughts believing ihr

visions they bring to heart and brain bull

The train roared on Boss Tweed came

out and stood on the platform of his car

watching the strange desolate lands we were

passing gentlemen contented themselves

with cigars ladies tried all conceivable

changes of position and read persistently

while all the happiness and delight in the

whole train seemed to concentrate in the

knot of young people about me Madge

sent for the hampet Ihe young ladies opened

their baskets and when we reached Cheyshy

enne I left Tom seated o n a reversed watet

pail with all the gay girls around him ham-

perjng him by offers of the daintiest morsels

and my queenly Madge as merry as the rest

directing at him a perpetual volley of saucy

speeches

They were all going through to Sacramen-

to My prophetic soul told me what would

happen for the imprisonment in a Pullman

car for a week of two mutually susceptible

young people has an almost certain result

Nothing in Euclid is surer than a flirtation-

while something more serious is apt to take

place Tom gave me his own version of the

stqlry declaring fate had been too much for

him for during those days of travel he had

grown so used to caring for Miss Ellis so acshy

customed to playing a devoted lover just to

ttatf Afadgti that when their destination

was attained the force of habit made him

still seek the young lady and she seemed so

fond of htm that well really now you

know a fellow finds himself in a queer posishy

tion and I had to marry her just to save her

feelings

The pretty bride had heard all this before

so she only rejoined with the meekest air

Im trying to show how sensible I am of

his pure benevolence

Altogether an accident but what a de

licious consequence I am telling you a

true story dear friends and if you will find

out the history of many a marriage it will be

found to have an equally small beginning

And Madge I think I hear you say

Well Mange was going to Sacramento to

complete her engagement to that same broth-

er of Miss Ellis who had known Tom at

Toronto and Tom asserts that she rules him

splendidly Id give something to see her

eyes flash again but to-morrow I am to say

good-by 10 my hero and heroine who sail for

home at Cape Breton and Madge Is keepshy

ing house in Sacramento

A S DIMOCK

IB D M M H Q t D K S T I O N -

C o n c e r a t l a c Be-lttrssta audi R e f o r m e r

nv F A N N Y r m o i N i

We often hear men and women too who

style themselves reformers bemoaning the

prospective rain Of our country through the

extravagance of women Let us calmly and

dispassionately look the present and impendshy

ing evil snuarely in the face and see wherein

It hat root and nourishment

tn prde - t o make a reform effective it is necshy

essary to strike ai the root of the matter in

question The reason sa many reformers fail

is because they aim at external causes and do

not seek I a eradicate the root of the evil

There has never been a time since my earliest

remember nee when women and their style

of dress had been free from the criticisms of

Ihe other Usx The medical faculty the press

and even lesser lights have always found tome

deformity or another to inveigh against-

Withwhatresult Simply none The bugshy

bear whatever it was kept on the even tenor

of its wayluntll some new style more agshy

gravating than itself perhaps set it aside

At presilit some reformers are striving with

the war-hdopand scalping knife of ridicule to

decapitate-(he chignon from the cranium ol

our fair belles Others with the broadsword

of satire sack and haggle at the camels

bump whilst others still with elder pop-guns

tire popping away at street-sweeping skirts

Ail in vain gentlemen To use a homely

pltrase yuu had better save your breath to

cool your pori idge Your etlorts remind one

of the anecdote of tlie man who tried to gel

over a fence by taking hold of the straps of

his boots with his hands and lifting himself

over The ladies laugh at the meddlesome

men and go to greater extremes than they

would if left unmolested

Ever siuile thddays when our Mothet Eve

was beguiled by that masculine serpent

Mephijtopheles (I darent call him by hit

Scripture nameit might shock delicate nerves)

who perhaps appeared to hei 111 Ihe form of k

very lascuiating man (we are told he can

transform himself tntoan angel of light even)

wellever since those days it has lacen an inborn

element of Our nature to desire to titid favoa

with the othsr sex Now il this element is

inherent fjibd implanted 11 in our hearts

hence we are not accountable and who would

presume lu aa raign the Almighty for Hit work

Wounto film who striveth with his Maket

mdashlet the potsherds strive with the potsherds

of the earth

The extravagance of the women is uniting

the country Whose fault is that 1 would

like to know In studying to find favor in the

eyes of gent emen ladies are keenly uabserv

attt of wnat seems to please and attract them

most They observe that while the men inshy

veigh and protest against this and that laslium

as being intproper and disgusting their atshy

tentions andhomage are always paid to ihe

most fashionable women

I h e wives daughters sisteis and sweet

hearts of this country hear their husbands

fathers brothers and lovers anathematizing

the prevailing fashionsmdashhoping faViV ewe

lambs will not be led into such follies Hut

they see these same noble guardians ot their

liberty neglecting them to dance attendance

on fashionable women f hey see al all times

in all places that fashionable women receive

the attentions of ninetynine out of a hundred

gentlemen not only in society but on the

street in the cars and everywhere if a fashshy

ionably dretttd lady enters a crowded wat

they see every gentleman jump to Ins feel

and eagerly offer her his seat but if a plain

unfashionably attired lady enters the same

car they Observe that it is with extreme re-

luctance and much growling a gentleman

offers her his seat

With these constantly-recurring contrasts

is it to be wondered at that our women come

to ihe conclusion that plainness moral worth

or beauty when unadorned is of little value

in the estimation of men whilst adornment

and the trappings of fashion have an irresistishy

ble charm for them Is it to be wondered as

a consequent result that ladies who othershy

wise would have cared little for fashionable

trappings become fashionable women As

long as men prjeach one thing and practice anshy

othermdashas long as their actions give the lie id

their wordsmdashas long as they pay supercilious

court to women of fashionmdashjust so lottg will

all efforts at dressreform be futile

There is a great hue and cry raised (hat

young men cannot marry because ihey are

not able to support a wife as she would exshy

pect to be in these times K that the true

reason No indeed There are just as many

aye more young ladies at the present day

just as well qualified 10 make noble wives

true helpmeets fit to adorn any mans home

and do her share toward making that home

a happy one as there were in out mothers or

grandmothers days out they are not sought

ihey are wall flowers they are not the style

young gentlemen fancy They prefer the gay

butterflies of fashion to th little russet bee

although she is all sweetness

Another reason a young man of the present

day cannot support a wife is because it lakes

all he can earn and a fortune beside to pay

his tailor whitky billiard and fast horse

bill to say nothing of the unmentionable

lade supported by him But he is the Young

Man of the Periodand nothing must be said

Womans extravagance ruining the country

Oh Consistency thou art a jewel j mdash 1 a a m a

A C o n v e n i e n t B a r

We thought everybody in the Stale knew that we are deaf but once in a while we find one who is not aware of the fact A female book-peddler came to the office the other day She wished to dispose of a book She was alone in this world and had no one lo whom she could turn for sympathy or assistance hence we should buy her book She was unmarried and had no manly heart into which she could jxiur her sufferings there fore we ought to invest in her book She had received a liberal education and could talk French like a native we could not 111 consequence pay her less than $2 fot a book We hadlistcned attentively and hcic broke in with What did you sav Were deaf She started in a loud voice and went through her rigmarole- When she had finished we went and got a roll of paper and made it into a speaking-trumpet placed one end to our ear and toltl her to proceed She nearshyly broke a blood vessel in her effort to make herself heard She commenced I am alone in this worldmdash It doesnt make the slightest difference to us W e arc a hu- band and a father Bigamy is not allowed in this State We are not eligible to propo sals Oh what a fool the man is he said in a low tone then at Ihe lop ol her voice I dont want to marry you I want to sell-a-b-O-O-k This last sentence was howled We dont wain a citok we reshymarked blandiyl our wife does the cooking and she wourftt allow a good-looking a woman as y o u i o stay in the house five min- utes She Is vfry jealous She looked at us in despair Gathering her roses about her giving us a glance of contempt she ex- | claimed I do believe that if a 3ooopound-er were let off alongside of that deaf fools 1 head hed think somebody was knocking at j

You should have heard her slam

4 o n a u m p l l o n -

IMs estimated by some medical atttboH tit* that in the New England States one In every ten of the inhabitants die of tunx

disease The same appalling fact is also

found in theState of New Jork Hence

it is manifest that the attention of the people

1 annul be too frequently pr forcibly drawn

to the causes and cure of that which Is so In-

tlrpately connected with the well-being of

every household T o this subject the reshy

sources of medicine and the medical professhy

sion have been largely devoted and yet with

quite unsatisfactory results In Ihe mean

time the sufferers from this scourge in their

desperate efforts for relief have fqpnd wonshy

derful benefit and often entire dure by a

careful regard to air diet and exercise and

a judicious change of climate They have

discovered that Ihe dry rarified air of Minshy

nesota Montana and California has wrought

the most wonderful cures of disease even In bull

its advanced stages and that frqm a brief

residence in those high localities The phishy

losophy of these cure it made manifest by

examining into the causes of th disease

The following suggestions are mostly exshy

tracts from or observations taken from Hattt

Jmntttltf llialtk

The lungs arc composed of millions of

little air-celts or bladders from the site of a

pin head to a pea When -the blood vet-

sels winch spread out on the (nalde of these

become too full of blood (at they sometime

do jin consequence of c o l d s congestion or

inflammation) the thinner portion 001 out

and forms a deposit in the cells of a bluelah

gray substance called tubercles These tushy

bercles usually form in clusters and when

inflammation and ulceration take place they

destroy the substance of the lungs and cause

them to consume away Hence It is called

lamumplims These deposits are primarily

caused by impure and vitiated blood The

principles of cure consist in the re-establishshy

ment ol the general health to prevent fur-

thru deposits the absorption and dislodg-

nieni of tubercles already formed and the

healing of the abscesses caused by the ulcershy

ation In short the restoration of every

part of the lungs not absolutely destroyed

to a healthy action so that the patient may

yet breathe a proper pot tion of pure air

Montana Minnesota and California where

so many have recovered their health have

an elevation of 8000 feet above the tea

The atmospheric pressure decreases at the

rate of half a pound to every 1000 feet of

altitude The air of these placet must then

be extremely rare and an atmospheric pressshy

ure of four pounds to the square inch lifted

from the body This produces a very pow

erful expantion of the lungs causing a greatshy

er effort to inhale and promoting the rapid

absorption of tubercles and the healing of

abscesses The same climate is found effishy

cient to restore the general health as persons

suffering from liver and kidney diseases dysshy

pepsia general debility ampc recover rapidly

there Hence large numbers of invalids

from all quarters are resorting hither in

search of health But it it impossible for

great multitudes of those who need itt healshy

ing virtues to avail themselves of it in conshy

sequence of the great expenditure of labor

time money amp c involved Fortunately for

such and for all by rhe aid of instruments

and appliances the atmospheric or ratified

air treatment introduced and thoroughly esshy

tablished during the last ten years brings to

t h e f own hornet all the benefits and bless

nigs found in those distant mountain alti

hides By this treatment the same results

are reached and that upon the same princishy

ples described above The patient is seated

(or reclining if need be) tu a small oval

room or receiver surmounted by a glass

dome By means of an air pump the air is

exhausted 01 rarified around the body to any

extent desiredmdashthe barometer in this often

indicating an altitude as high as the top of

Mt Blanc The pure fresh air pours Into

the lungs through a breathing tube icgula

ted by the patient by means of a valve The

air-cells are forcibly and fully expanded tushy

bercles and other obstructions dislodged and

removed and the blood purified and vitalshy

ized by the increase of cxygen inhaled as an

imtqeiliatc result The patient enjoyt a senshy

sation of expansion warmth and exhilarashy

tion svhile the pores are opened and the

body is covered with a gentle perspiration

Not tlie slighett feeling of discomfort it felt

even under the strongest expansion Thus

is produced an equal action of every part

causing the blood and nervo-vital fluid to fill

all the capillary vessels removing internal

congestions conveying nutritive fluids reshy

moving waste and dead matter and restoring

health and vitality to the system This treatshy

ment has siecn appropriately termed The

Equalizer By its aid a perfect equilibrium

of the vital fluids is obtained the head is

cool the feet hands and surface warm and

glowing the stomach heart Jungs and kidshy

neys quiet and a perlect slate of healthful

and painless action secured This it done

upon scientific principles and is approved

by the good sense and experience of every

one For the cure of rheumatism weak

wasted or deformed limbs and joints varishy

cose vmiis ulcers ampc receivers fitted lo the

limbs ate used while of spinal affections

pleurisy and other pains in the chest and

abdomen instruments adapted especially to

those pans are employed This equaliser

cure does not detract from or impair the

merits of oihei systems of treatment but

comes in as i n auxiliary to ulillte yet more

highly other legitimate means of cure

mdashThe total production of coal in the Unishyted Stales in 1873 according to the Potls-ville Afinrrs youmal was

Anthracite Bituminous

wtcmtot ssNiesM

Total production In l i l t tMlsSSI

The increase in the supply of anthracite

coal sent to market in 1873 over 1872 wan

093913 tons and the increase in the supply

of bituminous coal moved towards the seashy

board in 1873 was 1309230 tons making

the increase in 1873 over 1872 1962170

tons laquoj

mdashMasquerade balls are visiting the West

and South in epidemic form They are all

very pleasant no doubt but after all they

are hardly the thing lot a man lo bankrupt

himself thai his wife and daughter may atshy

tend

mdash - laquoraquo F I V E M I N C I E S FOR KEtaVsHMeNitmdash

Everybody who has traveled by railroad has heard the above announcement and has probably suffered from eating too hastily thereby sowing the seed of dyspepsia ll is a comfort to know that the Peruvian Syrup will cure the worst cases of Dyspepsia as thousands are ready to testify

aaSgt a

A N Irishman called at a drug store lo gel a bot t le of Jokntm1 Mnoa^iu inimenttot Ihe Rheumatism the druggist asked him in what part of the body it troubled him most Be me soul said he 1 have it In tvery houl and cornci ci me

FUR loss of cud horn ail red water in cows loss f appetite rot or murrain in sheep thick wind broken wind and roaring and for all obstructions of the kidneys in horses use SAtrtdani Cavalry Condition Pow

the door the door when she went out that

We heard

Melent l f le a n d Safe T r e a t m e n t

Whan appllod with Dr Ilercos Naaal Douche and accompanied with Dr Ilerces Ooldea Medical Discover as constitutional treatment Dr Mages Catarrh ltctnedy produces perfect cures of the wint cases of Catarrh and Oassna of eaaay years standing This thorough case of medication conshystitutes ihe only scientific rational safe and sue ceasfu I manner of lieatlng this odious disease that baa ever bean offered to the afflicted 160 success ful has ft proven that the proprietor haa lorn offershyed a standing reward of $600 for a case of Catarrh which hu cannot cure

ISDmVtAttlK KVWHNOM IHOS J Mimil of Hoiith Brooklyn N V

write tbat bla wife had atilTored allien a child with Catania nntll It had reaulted In what unilnont pbr slclans pronounced Consumption that- she has used Dr Mages catarrl Itomedy with tit Ptereee Ooldan Medical Discovery and ihey have worked wonders with hor caao

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