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FARM, HARDEN AM) HOUSEHOLD.
Simon IYbe Lemonaue. -Take thin ■
skinned lemons; roll them on the table
until very soft; slice very thin with a '
Bharp knife into a large pitcher, averag
ing one lemon to a person, thus allow- |
ing them two glassos apiece. Put in
the pitcher with the sliced lemon a cup
of white sugar'to five lemons (or more
if you want it sweeter) and pound all
well together with a potato masher ; put
in a lump of ice; lot it stand a few
minutes and fill tho pitcher with ice
water. This makes lemonade that la
lemonade, aud tho peel in the pitcher is
Gossameii GiNoEnnitEAi).—One cup of
butter, one cup of sugar, well worked,
one cup of milk, throe cups of flour,
one tablespoonful of ginger. Have tin
sheets well rubbed with lard. Drop one
tablespoonful of tl>e mixture upon the
tins and spread it as thin as possiblo on
the sheets with a thin-bladed knife.
Bake in a well but not overheated oven.
When the tins are removed from the
oven the cake should at once be cut into
such forms as desired. Tho cakes should
be removed from the tins before they
Turnliiß liniler Green t'rnp*.
The vegotable kingdom is made up
almost entirely of the four elements
carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen.
How does tho plant obtain them?
Plant-food, to bo available, must be in
a liquid or gaseous form, not solid ;
hence no food can be obtained from the
soil unless through the agency of some
other elomect. Carbon is derived from
the carbonic acid of the atmosphere,
principally through the leaves, which de
compose the carbonic acid, appropria
ting the carbon to the building up and
nourishment of the plant, and setting
free the oxygen for the respiration of
animals. Tho carbon, a slight propor
tion of which is carried into the soil by
rains, etc., and taken up by the roots of
the plant, is valuable chiefly as an ab
sorbent of nitrogen, the importance of
which to vegetable life is well known.
In the compound of ammonia the nitro
gen is absored and held by the carbon
of the soil—henco by turning under
green crops wo gain not only the plant
food added to the soil—averaging about
nineteen times the amount taken away
—but by incorporating carbon in the soil
we provide a way to retain the volatile
ammonia for the future use of the
The plant does not derive all its
food, or even the greater part of it, from
the soil, which is demonstrated by
propositions so nearly self-evident as
nearly to meet tho appellation of
axioms. The soil is mineral, for it is
produced by the disintegration of
rocks. Now, if the plant derived all its
food from the soil it would be mineral
and nothing else. There would be no
difference between tho vegetable and
mineral kingdoms. But instead of this,
the vegetable kingdom takes its carbon,
hydrogen, nytrogen and oxygen from
the air, and only a modicum of silicon,
aluminum, phosphorus and other min
erals from the soil, and the result is the
Another advantage of turning under
green crops, and one that is very often
overlooked, is that it improves the me
chanical texture of the soil. This is
accomplished in two ways : First, the
roots penetrate to a considerable depth,
cleaving the soil, and not only in this
way breaking it up and pulverizing it,
but on their decay furnishing small out
lets for any superabundance of water,
thus securing drainage. Secondly, by
incorporating the tops in the soil to
make it more loose and friable.
Bernhardt's future tomb, we learn
from the New York Commercial, will be
adorned with Sara phims.
When a man expires in Washington
from raving delirium tremens, they say
he died a natural death.— Boston Post.
American horses will never make as
much money abroad as American don
keys have spent there.— Boston Commer
Young lover asks: '-'When is the best
time to travel?" "When you see tho
old man and his bull-dog coming around
the corner, sir. Travel for all you aro
Vassar has one smart girl who will in
the hereafter be heard of in women's
rights societies. She described "straw
as being a hollow thing with a ten-cent
man on one end of it and a twenty-cent
drink on the other end."
A large manufacturer of dye -stuffs is
sues a circular headed : "A new dispen
sation to a dyeing world." Some of his
patrons are mad and will not patronize
him, while others go and get madder.—
"Elephant" is tho name of a new
town in Colorado, and it is so built that
it is hard to determine which is the tail
end.— Detroit Free Press. The name
will be more appropriate when a- trunk
line is built through it.— Luicell Courier.
At a state dinner given by an African
king last year some boxes of American
sugar-coated pills furnished the dessert.
That was when the king was a littlo
green, but he can't be fooled again.
The principle electric-lighting com
panies, comprising tho Brush, tho
i United States, the Fuller, the American,
\ the Joblocbkoff and the Weston, have
j united in an organisation to enforce
| their numerous and important patents
against manufacturers and users of in
Colonel B. Frank Moore, agent and
manager of the Louisiana Lottery Com
pany, was arrested in New York and
arraigned, charged with keeping a lot
tery office on Park Row.
Dr. Bomiss. of the National Board of
Health, says New Orleans is in excellent
sanitary condition, and no fear of yellow
fever is felt this year.
Somewhat to the surprise of a num
ber of friends, Colonel John C. Burch,
secretary of the senate, died at his resi
dence in Washington. His ailment was
organic disease of the heart. Deceased
had been sick ever since the adjourn
ment of tho senate.
Secretary of the Treasury Windom
addressed communications to the col
lectors of customs at Boston and New
York, from which ports, it is alleged,
i the infernal machines and combustibles
l which recently arrived at Liverpool
A dispatch from Peoria, 111., says that
the dynamite machines sent to Liver
pool were made in that city and shipped
to New York.
News has been received here from
' Tiptonville, Term., to the effect thaat
mob of 150 masked men took Felix Wy
lio from the jail and hanged him to a
i tree. He had outraged and murdered
I a young lady.
A fire broke out in Mrs. Wilcox's
' pharmacy, on Washington street, Catta
! raugus, N. V., and swept both sides of
I that, the main street of the town, do
i stroying seventeen of the principal busi
ness houses of the place, including two
drug stores, two hardware stores, gro
ceries, drygoods, &c. Loss, $75,000.
Miss Eva Jacobs, tho pretty young
Jewess detected in Brooklyn at sneak
thieving, having plead guilty, has been
sentenced to the penitentiary for two
years. She appeared stunned when the
sentence was pronounced, and uttered
, shriek after shriek, creatiug quite a
scene. She has been put to work in the
■ shoe shop.
f An unusual excitement is agitating
, New York in consequence of a torpedo
boat which it is alloged sails under
water and is supposed be used in mid
-1 ocean to blow up English vessels. An
effort is being made to connect it with
• the fenian troubles and England.
I A special despatch to the Times from
r Little Rock, Ark., announces the cap-
I ture, by United States Marshal Hough
wont, of Thomas Andrews, called "King
of the Moonshiners," who has long be. n
1 operating in Baxter county, Arkansas.
Two cases of genuine yellow fever
1 were reported at quarantine, New York,
i from Cuba and Mexico.
Private crop reports received at Cedar
Rapids, la., from seventy of the ninety
nine counties in lowa, indicate that the
wheat and corn will not average more
than two-thirds of a crop as compared
with last year, the wheat especially be
ing very poor.
Advices received by the National
Board of Health from Havana report
that during the week ending July 23d
there were 21 deaths from yellow fever
i and about 120 cases in the city.
The leaf tobabco market in Cincinnati
has been unusually excited. Sales have
been made of 2,132 hogsheads at au
average of $11.55 per hundred pounds.
One hogshead of extra quality was sold
1 at $05 per hundred pounds.
Governor Churchill, of Arksansas,
■ says he will restore order in Perry county
i if he has to call out the militia.
The Postmaster General has decided
, to reduce the amount allowed for clerk
hire in postofiices where the present
1 allowance is in excess of the sum al
lowed by law. There are about 150
offices in this class.
The planing mill and ranching shops
of Perkins ft. Brother were destroyed by
fire in Augusta, Ga. Loss $30,000 ; in
A fire at Louisville destroyed Gath
i right k Looks' saddle and harness fac
tory, a five-story structure with stone
front, on Main street. The building
was filled with a valuable stock. Loss
$05,000; insurance $45,000. Allen
Smith & Co., commission merchants,
t adjoining, were damaged to the extent
> of $25,000.
A most disastrous tire visited White
hall, Muskegon county, Mich., sweep
ing almost the entire length of the main
business street. Nearly every place of
business is burned out. The loss is
roughly estimated at $130,000; fair
. amount of insurance.
General John Pope has issued an or
der commanding Lieutenant Shoemaker
and a company of men to report to
t United States Agent Tufts at Fort Sill
s for duty in the Choctaw Nation. The
I men will be used to expel white in
truders. Considerable excitement has
been created by the order.
The ladies connected with the Silk
1 Culture Association of Philadelphia have
i decided to accept tho invitation of the
t Atlanta International Cotton Exposi
i tion, and make an exhibit of silk, silk
worms and cocoons there, as well as in
' Philadelphi, in the fall.
The guage of the Mississippi and Ten
-1 nessee railroad, running from Memphis,
Term., to Grenada, Miss.—loo miles—
was changed from five feet to four feet
eight and one-half inches. The work
was done in ten hours, without inter
ruption to south-bound trains and the
traffic of tho road.
Pratt, Read A: Co.'a piano-key factory
at Deer River, Conn., was burned. Loss
about $50,000 ; partially insured. One
hundred men are thrown out of em
A Peoria special to the Inltr-i leant
says ; "P. W. Crowe no longer denies,
but proclaims his manufacture of the
infernal machines discovered at Liver
pool. Ho says more of them are being
made in Peoria, and that the members of
the order which he represents, believing
themselves not liable to prosecution,
will continue their work until England
shall do justice to Ireland.
The English authorities are making j
a thorough investigation of the cir
cumstances attending the recent ship-1
ment of infernal machines from Ame
rica to Liverpool. The customs officers
at Cork have been dirocted to use great
caution in admitting goods of a suspici
ous character. Leading fenians repro
bate the use of such instruments in their
controversy with England.—The Cardi
nal Archbishop of Toledo, Spain, has
issued a pastoral letter violently attack
ing the Italian people and government.
—Another plot against tho life of tho
czar has been discovered, and a number
of persons have been arrested.
It is said that representations have
been made to Minister Lowel relative
to the infernal machines shipped to
England.—The Ameer of Afghanistan
las been disastrously defeated by
Ayoob Khan.—ln tho official correspon
dence between England and France
relative to Tripoli, France especially
disclaimed designs on the latter city. —
There was great alarm in Tunis, owing
to the approach of the Arabs, and French
troops made a reconnoisance. At last
accounts the Arabs had retired, and
the panic was subsiding.
The land bill passed tho House of
Commons by a vote of 330 to H. The
majority of the conservatives and some
of the i'arnellites declined to vole.—
The Borlin correspondent of the London
Times learns that Carl Schurz will suc
ceed Mr. White as minister to Germany.
—The Boy of Tunis is vainly endeavor
ing to raise troops to repel the insur
gents.—Negotiations between the Hoyal
Commission and the Boers are again in
progiess.'—Persecution of the' Jews in
West Prussia continues.
It is believed that Midhat Pasha and
several others, sent into exile, for al
leged complicity in the murder of
Abdul A/iz, will soon' be pardoned.
—Charles Bradlaugli will bo arrested
if he resists the authority of tho ser
geant-at-arms of tho House of Com
The French authorities have discov
ered a monster conspiracy against them
The chief of police of Rome hasbeni
removed on account of the disorders
tending the removal of the remains of
the late Pope Pius IX.
The estate of the late Col. Robert B.
Boiling, of Petersburg, is valued at
about half a million of dollars. His
will provides for tho sale of all his
property for equal division among his
A movement is on foot to organizo
a regiment of the military volunteer
companies of Suffolk, Norfolk, Ports
mouth, Petersburg, Williamsburg and
Hampton, with a view to taking part
in the parade at the Yorktown Cen
The Richmond and Allegheny rail
road company have purchased lots of
ground adjoining their dock at Rich
mond, having a total front of eighteen
hundred feet, on which they will erect
a grain elevator and commodious
Ex-Governor William Smith—better
known as "Extra Billy"—was a promi
nent figure at the unveiling of the Cul
pepr-r monument to the confederate
dead. Though over eighty years of age,
he is said to have looked as bright and
spry as a man of fifty.
Major John W. Johnson resigned his
position resident counsel for the
Richmond and Allegheny railroad, and
has been appointed vice-president and
general superintendent of the Richmond
and Danville Extension Company. Gen.
T. M. Logan being president.
Montpelier, the former] homo and
burial place of President Madison, was
Hold at auction for $20,000 to Col. J. L
Carrington, of the Exchange Hotel,
The Shenandoah road, which is now
iv operation from Hagerstown, Mil., to
Waynesboro', Va., is boing extended
veiy rapidly from the latter point to
Big Lick, on the Norfolk and Western
road, near Salem. Between Waynes
boro' and Big Lick, a distanoe of less
than a hundred miles, there are now
employed—according to reliable re
ports—s,ooo hands in grading and lay
ing track. «
Rev. John Jasper, whose proposition
that "de sun do move" gave him noto
riety a few years ago, now has such a
large congregation that his church is
ranch too small.
A large mass-meeting of the taxpayers
of Danville adopted a resolution favor
ing the purchase by tho city government
of the water-power of Dan river at this
place. It is proposed to improve the
property so as to secure at least 1,000
horse-power, and to lease it in parcels I
on liberal terms, with a view of making
Danville a manufacturing city.
CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED!
('iin-r. ConNiitnplloii. Col its.- I'liii'itioiiiii, in*
flucnzn, Ilrouc'liiul hilllciillicH Jti oni bii i*.
lloiiVKeneMN, Ahi lima. Croup W hooping
('OUgll, 11111 l nil lhsC:iM'i tit I 111 itt'.-IllllhlV
Oririiiifl. Il sool li' — anil .ichln the Membrane
itl'ihc Lull if M, lulltiiiii'd iiiid i>o.*oihml by the
disfiihc, mill prcTeutsj tin* ni.'.!'i sweats mitt
tiuht ileal acrnrxH lUc rh -•'. which uccimitmuy
It. i <n;-,ijllli>iioil i- nut III! IIICII mbit) ill I-liiily.
IIAI.I/S ItAIiSA.H will imiit* you, even
fh outfit i*rolV"Hr«i«iiiil ii.<! f.iiN.
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
GEORGE E. LEMON, Att'y at Law,
WASHINGTON. 1). C.
Itpferene.es triveu to actual clients in nearly every
County in the U. H. Correspondence invited. Send
■ketch <>r model for opinion aH to patentability. No
charge for wnrvtces thiTaw* snorpsafm. l .si-iilisnM 1H65.
VBIITU IB MIGHTY. Tlw "oftftß-l •«*
TKU I II Hi/' 1 I'i-if. MAKTINt/. thrOr.it / MtM£\
ritMil. titer ml Wiurd will for 3D Mill with «r, / ■Mil \
height, color of •»«. «od look or bur. Mod » cu*».i;t/ WOlff I
tu'TDti or yourfuiura huibmml or wifo, ptTeholecic»llj I 1 «-■'''■ i
predicted, with mmo, it mo and plko* of mooting,
Suit- if Mouot rrturuotl Iv all not s»ii>Bril.
Atidroai Fror. L. M»rtint*, lv Mon.'j PI. Bmtan, Mm.
" JUST OUT ! LlFr* OF QUITEAU,
hv himself and others. His erratic career. Fully
llliistrjit.il- I'rleo only lOJeenm. l'lililisl ed by
NEW VOKK II.MIHTItATIiD.TIMSB, Nu. 7 Fraiik-
liu Btrcei, "New York. _ . . - _^
(New York t'nion.t
Did Ilia (taoil.
Mr. Charles H. Bauer, editor of the
above paper and notary public, in a lato
issue mentions the following : Patrick
Kenny, Esq., some time ago suffered
much from rheumatism, and tried al
most every means to rid himself of this
painful evil, but in vain. He was ad
vised to use St. Jacob's Oil, which he
did so successfully that all pain has left
him, and ho is as healthy and strong as
ever before. Mr. Kenny is an enthusi
astic admirer of St. Jacob's Oil, and it
has done him good.
The season of the huckleberry is at
hand, ami the ruby lips of the maiden
tako on a charcoal hue, and kissing in
tho dark is apt to be "given away" in
the light.— New Haven Register.
(SheboyganTall", SheboyßMi Co., News.)
We never saw any one joyous when
suffering from p.tin; neuralgia, for in
stance. In relation to this malady Mr.
Geo. Guyett, proprietor Guyett House,
thus informed our representative: I
have used St. Jacob's Oil for neuralgia,
and can confidently recommend it to
any one similarly affected.
Many men waste a large part of their
lives in attempts to display qualities
which they do not possess and to gain
applause to which they are not enti
tled. __ ___
Skill in the Workshop.—To do good work
the mechanic must have good health. If long
hours of ex litlncnicnt iv close rooms have en
feebled his hand or dimmed his sight, let him
at once, and before some organic trouble ap
pears, toko plenty of Hon Bitters. His system
wilt he rejuvenated, his nerves strengthened,
his sight beeonto clear, and the Whole constitu
tion bo built up to a higher working condition.
Edward Richardson probably is the
most wealthy cotton planter in the
world. The New Orleans Picai/une es
timates that he is worth $8,000,000.
VbgetLie.—"The life of all flesh is the
blood thereof." And no one can possibly bo
healthy whou tho blood is diseased. Yeoetine
is composed of substances identical with
healthy blood; and when taken into the sys
tem for the onre of disease it is absorbed, and
replaces the deficiency which caused the dis
It is difficult to got a minister at Chi
cago during the "heated term" toattend
funerals —they are all out of town,leav
ing the sinners at home.
Warner's Safe Kidney and Ltvel* Cure.
Mrs. Juan Lowis writea to the Phila
delphia Inquirer that Mr. Oonkling al
ready has briefs of legal business that
will net him more than $400,000.
Don't Hie in the House.
Ask Druggists for "Hough on ltats." It clears
out rats, mice, roaches, flies, bed-bugs. 15c.
Pube Cod LivEn Oil made from selected
livers, on the seashore, by Caswell, Hazard ,V
Co., New York. It is absolutely pure and
sweet. Patients who have once taken it prefer
it to all others. Physicians have decided it
superior to any of the other oils in the market.
The Chinese must go. and all Americans
should go—and buy a bottle of Oabboline, the
deodorized petroleum hair renower and drawer.
Since the recent improvement, no preparation
ever had such a sale as Caruolink.
A Milwaukee woman drowned herself
by resolutely holding her face in a basin
Efe ta THEGREAT -B **/
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation on earth oquals St. Japom On.
as a safe, sure, simple und cheap External
Remedy A trial enrailH but the comparatively
trifling outlay of SO 1 Vnts, and every one Buffering
with pain caii have cheap and positive proof of its
Directions in Eleven Languages.
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTB AMD DEALERS
A. VOGEIER & CO.,
Baltimore, Md.. XT. S. A.
Miiltiiiii is nu Cuhci*ii Vuporous
Poison, spreading disease and death iv many locali-
ties, tor which quinine is no genuine antidote, i.m
fortheeflectK ot which Bostelter'e Stomach Bitten
in not only a thorough remedy, but a reliahle pre-
ventive. TothiHtiict there in an overwhelming ar-
ray of tentiiiimiy, extending over a period ot thirty
years. All aieordere ot the liver, itomaon and bow
els are also conquered by the Hit tors.
For sale by all DniggiHte and Dealers
Silver Cbeek, N. V., Fel). 0, 1880.
Gents—l have been very luw, nn'l havo tried
everything, to no advantage. 1 heatd your
Hop Hitters recommended by pn many, I con- ,
eluded tn glva them a trial. 1<; i< 1, "and now
am around, and oaoataotfy Improving, attdam
nearly as strong as ever.
W. 11. WKI.LKIt.
Tho influence of a good mau is good ;
that of a bad men over anothor is bully.
BOW Til BUCURI tIEAI.TJI.
Him olio will miftcrfrosn dsmogeiuQati
brouKlit on by impure Mood, when ItosADALIH will
restoro health to the phyatoal organization. 110SA
DAXIS iH a itnUKlfcenhiA syrop, pleasant to take,
and tbo BEST BLOOD l-UHII'IER over discovered,
enrinff Scrofula, Svi uilitic disorders, Weakness ol
Kidneys, Kr>sipelax, Malaria, Nervous disorders.
Debility, Bilious complaints and Diseased of the
Blood, Liver, Kidneys, Stomach, Skin, etc.
BAKEUS I'AIN PANACEA cures paiiTin Man and
DfLBOQKB'a WOKM BYKUP instantly destroy*
WAltiiANTiiii.Kott m mim
AND NEVER FAILED
To OUUE'Oroup, Spasms, Diarrluna, Dysentery and
Sea Sickness, taken internally, and GUARANTEED
perfectly harmless; also extornally, Cuts, Bruises,
Chronic Rheumatism, Old Soreß, l'atns in tho limbs,
back and chest. Such a remedy is Dn. TOBIAS'
No one once tryim? it will ever be without It;
ovor 6UO physicians use It.
General Hooker's grave at Cincinnati
is crowned by a lofty granite sarcopha
gus, which cost &7.000.
The Earks, Roots and Herbs
FIIOM WHICH VEGETINE IS MADE
IN POWDER FORM,
50 CENTS A PACKAGE.
Pull Direction in Every Package.
Each package will make, In quantity two boftf's of
VetfeUnc Unnhl, orabout thru pint*, after the Barks,
HuotH and ITorbH are steeped.
Verjetiiie in Powder Form is sold by all druggists
and general stores. If you cauuot buy it, of thorn.
tucloHG fide, iv postage stamps for one package, or ?1
tor two packages, and I will send it by ret urn mail.
A. PKRrEC'T REMEDY.
Baltimouk, Mil., May 21, 1879
Dear Sir—l have used your Ve~ue!hi*>, put up in
powder, form, preparing it according to ilmvtmn*.
tound in the Vachmje, ana 1 must say it was Jusl
what I needed. I have been a great sufferer from
female Wefikiifxx and complaints peculiar to women,
and I find in the Vegetine a perfect romodv. Yours
respectfully, MRS. HENRIETTA MASON.
DR. W.ROSS WRITES:
Scrofula, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,
B. R. Stevens, Boston:
I have been practicing medicine for 25 years, aud
as a remedy for Scrofula, Liver Complaint, Dyspep-
sia, Rheumatism, Weakness and all clirieitsoH of the
blood, I have never found its ■■ • u.tl. 1 havo sold
Vepetino for seven yearn, and havo never had one
bottle returned. I would heartily recommend it to
those in need of a blood purifier.
DR. "W. KOSS, Drußßlst, Wilton, lowa.
Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists.
Lay the Axe
to the Root
If you would destroy the can
kering worm. For any exter
nal pain, sore, wound or lame
ness of man or beast, use only
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINI
MENT. It penetrates all mus
cle and flesh to the very bone,
expelling all inflammation,
soreness and pain, and healing
the diseased part as no other
Liniment ever did or can. 80
saith the experience of two
generations of sufferers, and
so will you say when you have
tried the " Mustang,'
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A full Blie box of these valuable rn.lS, with full directions for a com-
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Mumps. For solo by all druggists at "3c. Bole Proprietors,
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