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FARM AND FIRESIDE.
Waste ef flanure on the Farm.
The subject of keeping up the fertility
of the farm is of interest to every ferm
er, particularly in the older .States of the
Union, where many farms are becom?
ing more and more exhausted* by con?
stant cropping, without a sufficiency of
fertilizing matter being rcturued to the
land. Many thousands of dollars have
been expeaded for artificial fertilizers in
these parts, yet only a fesv farms have
been improved in productiveness within
the last ten years. Many farmers, since
the introduction of the artificial fertiliz?
ers, have neglected proper attention to
the making and saving of manure about
the farm ; where, 1 am satisfied from
experience and observation, much more
valuable fertilizers can and may readily
be made aud applied at a less cost, by
properly utiliziu^ the waste material
about the farm, aud by a proper cate in
preventing waste of the inatiuiv after il
is made. An observing farnur, let Lim
turn which ?ray he may, can scarcely
fail to see the greatest negligence and
waste of which the general farmer can
be guilty, m the neglect to save and ap?
ply fertilizers, or matter that may be
turned into such.
A fesv sveeks bin?e I was traveling
along a road that was partially covered
wish hay. For neai a quarter ot a mile
the farmer had carefully mossed 'be?
sides of the roadway and raked the
grass, weeds, etc., into the middle ol
the road. The owner of this farm was a
young man whom I sever ?aw at a
Farmcis' Club, and I strongly suspect
he is not a subscriber to the Rural. ( ha
several other farms I passed, the road?
sides were mossed and the grass lying
there. In this county stock is not pe->
mitted to run at large on the highways,
aud in many places the grass would be
well worth taking to the Irani for fodder.
and where too mans weeds or other
lough material are mixed with it for
hay. it is well worth gathering for litter
and manure, and careful tiirmers. who
take agricultural papers, do utili
preference to buying doubtful
Pig-pins, with the hogs kept in tin m
the year round, are excellent pla
make manure in. Las! year I had Bis
* pigs in a pen. and 1 supplied them with
all kinds if mat erial for them to worl?
ds into fertilizers?leaves from the
woods, all sorts of weeds, grass and
rubbish from the truck patch and rond
sides, potato-tops, straw, etc., and ip
the fall I drew out eighteen 01
cart-loads ef pretty good manure, ai
though the pens had been clean?
in early spring of lb? same year. A
neighbor of mine, who ! uys phosphate,
lins hispig-peus by the side of a
road, along which] often pass, and 1
liud his pen littered withston? -. 1 nev
(r heard of this man taking an
tural paper, and fear he wouid not were
I to urge him to do so. Lu*. I shall try
him with the Rural. Many formers
waste a great deal of their manui
it is made, by exposure iu an t??eos?, red
barn-yard during summer.?S. *-.. in
Rural New Ye i
? a ??>. m
l'are or filage Itfase.
The farmer's greatest want is manure
for his exhausted ?ami- To obtain this
economically, near by him, and know
its character, that he run no risks, are
the all-important necessity, t?
resource is the taring of everything up?
on bis farm, not merely in returning
strasv and all kinds of green manure to
the land, to be dried ?.'p. but in compos?
ting and rotting until it is so dissolved
or pulverized, or in other words, 'diges
ed." that the roots haye nothing to do
but to suck up the food they require.
When the resources of the barn-yard,
the out houses, and the swam]
woodlands, and roadside? are exhausted,
the nearest additional supply is usually
at the outskirts of large towns, or In
towns, or in smaller villages, and here
the farmer can readily lind enough ami
the beat food for his compost ' ap and
for his crops.
Iks refuse lying around almost any
dwelling in the outskirts oflotms.
ciall** those of the poor? r i lass? s, who
do not seem to value the benefits
healthy aisaosphere, of -sweetn?
light,*will gire the former ample i.
wardfor cleaning up tborssghly and
hauling it away, and Hie inmal
hardly object to-In operation.
Of course. Uiere are great many kind?
of refuse which Die fanner can obtain if
on the lookout for it,some of which from
manufacturing establishments, ho may
have to pay a ?mall sum tor, but this I?
generally better than psyiog for un?
known commercial (ectilixers. The or?
ganization sf scsreoger coropani? s
should be incotiraged by the town au?
thorities of every village or city, and ev?
ery facility .'iiHirdcd for i
parts of the town thoroughly i ared ?'?-v
by occupants. | and water
closets should be systematically con?
structed, and bo as to allow of (j
application of (!. ...dor.i/, is of any kind
and a frequent thui-ou _;h cleaoiog. Till?
neglect is the great waste of the coon
try at this time, and it? perfect utilisa*
tion is the source ef great bine/it to ex?
hausted lands as well as of Health to tin
town's people. No other expend- ol
deodorizing i.s needed than boned peat,
or any very dry or burned earth, and
thatnotin large quantities, Lui just
sufficient to render the operation not
disagreeable. Any company which
could obtain from a city of no more
. than fiia-thoui-aad inhabitant the ex?
clusive right to clean thoxjly and be
autliorized so todo, woul?! liase the
foundation ofa profitable business, and
would be doing the people of the town
as well as the farmers a great '
CoBKS.?isoft corns can be cured by
-tin? corn salve: Uoil tobacco down loan
extract, then mix with it a qiyiutity of
whit? pitch pine, and apply it to the
corn, renewing it once a week until
the craso disappear.
The rootof horse radish will give in?
stant relief icttoarseucss.
Poultry on a Large Stale.
Like everything else, pool try requin s
tobare common sens?' aaed in Us man?
agement. There is common tens? lot
few hens being kept bj any man livins,
in u tit y ?iiitl baring :?. small yard at Ui<
back of his house, where perhaps he bat
a stiiliio with u pair o? bones, bul mere
would be folly in his having greal num?
bers. There is good common sense in
having ;i tine lot of fowl- running around
every farm bornes tend, but none in keep?
ing so many as to bring on disease.?
There would be common sense in plac?
ing 1000 hens in families of 50 over 200
aerea, giving them full liberty to range
where they pleased, and having their
roosts so constructed thai a yoke of ox
en or a pair ?*f horses could be bitched
to them and ban] them to a net*
when crops growing ni ar required the
absence of the poultry, or when a coop
bad been a good while in one place,and
the surroundings were becoming satur?
ated too much with the manure. On a
large farm with springs and running
streams of water, 10,000 might lie kept,
by perseveting attention in moving
when necessary, and by plowing some
ground all the while, near the fowls,
and also by planting patches ol rye in
Beptembor to give them green food
through the winter, which would be
available whenever the snow ia not ly?
ing thereon. Rut it would be folly lor
10.000 or only 1000 to be kept couflned
on a few ai.i't s, ami expect anything but
disaster. With ample range fowls will
I..' healthy in small families an?! require
little besides wh.it they will lind I
aging, at the same time they will la\
OOUgh to ma'.?,- $2 ?i? ' hen ; but
confine them on a tew acre- and they
will cat double of purchased food and
lay not more than 75 cents' worth of
per head m proportion to the close
Irr Tins O? i and Save It.?A
correspondent ol the 'Southern Planta
?Titea a? follows about the flow? r
of a well known plant : *I have/
a remedy for consumption. It bas
cored a number of cases after they had
commenced bleeding at the lungs and
the hectic flush was already on ti?''
cheek. After trying t!::- remedy to my
own satisfaction, I have thought piulan
throphy required that I should let it be
known to the world. It is common
mullen, sit eped strongly and sweetened
with coffee siuiu'. and drink freely. The
herb should be gathered before ihe end
of July, if convenient. Young or old
plants .ire good, dried in the shade ami
kepi in clean ba?s. The medicine must
intinued from three to six months,
according tu the nature o? the ?ii
It sin ngthi ii? and builds up the system
instead of taking away the strength.
It makes- good blood a:..! lakes iiiilain
mationaway trom the lungs. It is tin
wish "I the writer that every periodical
in the United States, Canada ami Eu?
rope should publish this recipe for the
i of the human family. Lay this
up a" ' ; the house r atly lor
How to ?'.?i ? ? i Sheep fron Doas.
?A gentleman ol Levy county, Fla.,
, 1 1 iy
m sheep. I>?ii< ves tii.it lie knows
of a sovereign but very simple r? medy
for evil.?Thi ? is nit r. Iy t-i b?
. Ii-. relates?? ht?vi
come to his km
- plan. i:? ?m.' e ?
in ?'lie summer. lie
_'it two doz
them on as man, turned them
i - iys that hi
self lost trom a flock of fifteen all but
\ flogs. Hi- bought moil.
.??. in the liberal use of b? 11s has
Jin ce. A small flock should ntcr
ne beil to every five sheep?a
eme. om- bell t?i every ten. As the cost
of the bells is very .?mai! the exp< :
i? worth trying.
I?i.uakV?n?: i ok IIuiisKS.?A
of Jil-. campaue root.cut up line au.l mix?
ed with thi*: wry day in
spring, is an excellent Ionic mil
purifier. They may show .?..nie h
lion in eating it ?M first, but will sonn
learn to like and eat it rapidly; \
ihe sleek. arance of their
will give occular ?
Acial tii.Lt?. Ji is easily procurai
tern and Middle Mate?, and even as far
w? ?! a? Illinois. Its p; rsislenl
int ii known to curt i
whi n not too firmly ?- ated.
.ei: are taking i ><? i? i
. throat and breast, taki
warm lemonade ami cover up v a
bed. Morning will Bee you .'. tti i.
.. Tomato Salai?.- S kin, n mot
- mid ? ulp from fresh ton
chop what is left with the heart?if it may
called?of a cabbage and a little
parsley, and slut, with b
1 B ah i: d Tomatoes.?Scald an
Bkicnt quantity "f smooth, round
: put into . tin rnware
inkli ? !? ntifully '
peper; have a tcacnpful or more?ac?
to the quantity of lomatoi -? !
umbs, and sprcail ovei
tin: t p. Bake in a quick oven from
thirty to tbirty-fivi J rop a
few luro] lomatoci
on i he IIai.i -Shi:i i..?
Have - u! Li', al ni. i
and brown; bulter.cut in bail', and place
where it ?? wann. tomatoes
-tii. and not ovi :
in two?flat-wise?and put, skin down,
mi a bfit grid-iron; sere oh
with butter, pepcr and salt. We hav?
eaten them with a tcacnpful of cream
poured around the toa-1 ami
tomatoes?the addition of which did not
improve to our ta I
Scalloped Tomatoes. -Peel as ma*
ny ripe tomatoes as required; cut into
. and pin. ? in a pudding dish first,
a layer of tomato? s, si asened with but
ti r, ].. p., r and sait, then a thick layer
of bread en i d with but*
and salt, 'i hus alt. ran te
tbe lay ers until the dish is nearly full.
having tomatoes last;cover tightly, and
. ..if hoot
not to hot.
or from tbe round, two or three bound?
of beef; remove every particle of ?at.an.I
cut the nit at Into very small plei i
into the kettle, with two or three?*
! water, and simmer for one hour;
as tim .-' hui a:,?? ?. remove, and
the kettle coveredptrain the meat fro ?
the broth, and add a quart of torn.
which have been pi?. -???I through a ? ol
ander, with a bunch of parsley, and boil
twenty minutes; eutabd s.i.ip- the le?
nds hem three ear? of sweet corn, and
add to the SOUP, with a half teacupful
of sweet cream, two small la
Itils of flour, pepper and ?ai.; boll i)*
teen ?innteaand serve.
.I'llmti- .,, ?. reml?r^? frwoearly abu?i I
. ?. mln?l W.iL. --
Una. or Srai.r;, 1 m pair d ?1(1.1. lut ?aak
ImuutmeT. V-r.r>?? bebllll...
?I iliclllailil.-r. k !.!.?> a. I I, , ,. I?BBBB?i A.,---. .
.kaa'hi !???.-? I :>'l ?
l^rlnf tt??lB?etw!i S ?Hrate ho.ru and bt aro. rail r? ,-?
17 i-iDrenirr ?? for [?ticen. Seed ?Mr rrr.1? fetauiple.
?a?-?,.?.? drrolar d Inpoiael lalbniMile? by .?pre-, 1IJ?.
?I.I Vit ?
yiAKRIAGE GUIDE ,14*?'S*ri5
nd .-rkj-ll. a??d el* bath ?..res en ?II di en.va of ? strata nature.
?lniSlaatvl ? e, the imam-d ni tbaa? rjateinjliitir? tanwe
km toe; baaltb r ?nd ?mi jr eaamr to IbainarrladrelsMoa. Eranr
?Sj-.liw.14 r-, >h, twek. Ft?,-. It) wat?, to ??? ad*-?, teal??.
ttsK.-M, lin; PfctBGiEa.?it la not advisa
ble for any of u? eo overtask our energies, cnrnor
Ml or im i til, l.ut Um eager pursuit of vr.-allli i r
frame or knowledge, how many hu
ut'iiy rale. It must i.e ? matter of crcat t-nper
Inn,',' to all who do BO to know how they call re?
gain tin- rig ,i's , ..vllesiily txponil.il. Tho rem?
edy Ian? r llflcnll to obtain. lies-'
rartUa In en rj i dry,
' raro a? ' ? in tmerioa, ami it eonpao?
r I ??rain .1 1? dirj or iti.-iit;? 1 tm-r.
. illy than anv UlTtfi rani i r
i rlnf mu?, atlilctis, i
loaaital ,,,Bi ?p
iii-.ir teaUmony to lia ?rondrooaly rw
. It .'H-rtasts the cupaliihtl'.s fore
Inf fatif oe, and eonnl nrkmi effects
upon the lyitem m liabHa,
nnht-altliy M weary:-. - an imu'ulTi
"iis 1'tim.it?-, ami Is aprima alternaijTe,?Uni i tic and
Keif Youh Livbb Upaltiiy, ?o?
lais ward off many distressing com?
?plsin.s, by nsiug 'Swayne's Far and
Sarasparilla Fills ' Cure sick or nerve
ous headache, dizstness, billiouaness,
bad taste in month, dyspepsia, inward
piles, all complaints of the stomach
and bowel*. They act gently, with.?
out pain or gripping, and do not leave
the bowels costive, as is the ease with
many oilier purgatives. Sold at 2?els
a box by Dr. D. D. Carter, Wood?
On ! I)i. si; MB, I'm Gbi riKO ' ?i.-.sv
IIah: FaU.ISO, ? Veu have only to use
"London Hair col? r Restorer,"! he be?!
and most cleanly article everintroduc
ed to the American people, is entire
ly harmless and free from all impure
ingredients thai render many articles
obn ixiou?. It thickens thin hair,stops
its falling, and restores the perfectly
natural color. It is iiiei ly | :
and so elegantly prepared as?n make
it a lasting hair dr? I toilet
J". A. TTXE8, S PRf '.'.1M M i IH/.KS,
Wilson. X. C writes: 6omo ten years
ago my wile's luir commenced falling
land gol very thin and turned gray,but
.liter nsing "London Hair Color Ro
Btorcr*' ih" scalp bacame healthy, th<
: hair Btoppi d failing. Ihe color ?
? 'Win* beautiful
ly. " ?
Sold at T.? cents n bottle 01 ?*? the
ball dozen by all pr minent druggists
In Woodstock by Dn. D- 1). Carter
Fetili zers !
BUYTHE ANCHOR BRAND,
MANlTAt Tl'IlED ?V
i simm wm
UK U.MONU, VIRGINIA.
Tliia . in this
lively tlial it
mc of the bcsl ami it
A SUPERIOR PHO PHATE.
qual in it, in i:.
At I^ow Figure s
sviii call o
??:d*.v mm.' liu.si
June j - ."iiii".
A RARE CHANCE
ST.-ltMi I"'M. Si .300,
A v\i : a!,;
-aw mill an Ih
A GOOD DWELLING HOI
property is now renti .1 an l tl
It is ii deslrabli fn 1 Mid
? on li.i- ? ?Hey i Ike,
W. ' l
0. K. It,
ember at W ? ?t ' Ik uuuty, ? ?
DR. BUTTS' DISPENSARY..
. bi ?f to
ne??, etui I
\TE MEDICAt ADVISEH..I
?ilnal Wc-iknCLB. Impotent?, i
B.?pcTi?nry, Ko. 13 X Bt? I ais.Mo.
r>E8T QUALITl BLKACIIEl
I ) amllirittii HtatllDi
..'. I'-ir-H A
I .S.ii.lil.i-n.Ar.. A'C.
? . . <!?- riUt'ES.
brc I South .low i
Id l*i in- M
Ai- oulhdown Buck Iambi
lor sal ? low, will be reaily lor di II
l?t ol J
8. . b.\N '
WABBANTED the BEST ?ad CHEAPEST.
Abo. H.?IR3 KASHIKERY.
'?:::?:c udocju inn . i, un r.;:;;..:.r-:.
.-. 1. llii.NilAll, Yeim P?.
/ ?I cnre.l.
HIGH PRICES CONQUERED!!
The enemy in full retreat and
/. "!; ( ?handler could not be condol?
ed over ilu- departure of Ult
becau - ir fellow) had nol
R. M. LANTZ & CO.,
are selling such extraordinary bar
g a i n s in the shape of
Linens Coltonadea Ac
Prudent Housekce|>era and Provi?
dent Individuals should profil by
K. 31 LANTZ A Co?
adv? rtisi mi nt, for tl learn
?VTo Better Place
lo buy frot
Thank lui past
?-ai:' mage, n hope bj li ici at?
lentil u to bminesa and lair dealing
to still mcril lb? ?r c >ofidci
Coiintr) I', idu
at Ca?h Prices.
It. M. LANTZ? ? o..
M i \ 22
IXEZ .. I. e'. ?M ,S,
tl.iln !' ?
?78 SLLEC? VUS EEC.*.
?IEADT TOR lfHTCJSDlATH 739.
COVSBINO CAPACITY ft DOTUBILITy
i }?CE1 ?. -..>;-/ KNOWN
Palm - itisCac.
tory,will be Eepaintcd ci our Ejioeaso.
CTAHDW VREI HARDWARE! :
! ? ; ?. i N.
BUl K ?
TI BS, M'Vii
HOES, RAKE -
i'i .. ? -."ilile-ll
to all In
I am recel
IS EVV GOODS
evci y ? I try tn ? p all
in my In
.in.v ? '. DAILY.
THE STANDARD (IF THE I
Over 300 Modified
TO T?E REQ*?ntafl.TS CF EVERY I [lb.:, *
The Ornmm.-ir ?! last
? ?dimmer I.y W. IV. 1/ ?, ?\. ??'. i!? b
jiiiiiied in the summer '?! is7-> a? a Nor
' in :l ??I'leinl. IlKtl llCtlnil H ii! lie viven
I in all branche? tu light in the common
i - ihool-, ih.' Highi r llathomntle i,Tbcor'
? .'.ml l'i lelli o "i I'eaebing, by test ami
recitation, and in the Nul urn] 9cl?
! by !e -tine. Those ? trail in ?, ii ne?y stud*
1 the Km j.'-..
:??- el Ihis
are, tl,'>i('ii'.-h chemical and Physical,
Appnratu:. a Te i i r, ?lid the
lent Library of tin' '.. >,!. C. A. m
He- town, to ?hi'li -' ill have
Ii ee :n'i
?V. w. LOO \\
!.. le li.M-I.ir.
Tuition I'.r term of '? weel,
.tiily I.*iti. 1876. in ndvan
"3?r ifi in ih? ?!? ihloimall?
w. W. I.i-?.AN.
Vf< Cdttoclt, Va.
Im the Im-s.1 roule (o < iiiciimali
and all "tlesl.-rn Cilles.
On ml sfler Palmar*/ Mi
.01 run as f, i!
Februry il, 1878.
11 tt -
12 15 a m
?1 in "
" ? .i I-'.'. ? pin
j M "
" Staunt on. ' I?) "
?ii. ' 81? ?'
- g ii -
" O mi'"! m.
" white rjnlphor. 'in IS "
?? Kanawha laus. ... loi "
Arr Huntington. .
I ' ' in, mi' .' .H. .\ M.. 7 i:, p in
?? Cincinnati, I. ?\ ,v I,.
? . II. .'.? le
Arr LoutsYille, O. .?: II.. ..!13i !
-.: il :i p in
?? New Orleana. i
" Indii l ' . i., i. 2fj p 111
" Indlanip. : . .
?' Cli , s-,,., ,,,
. H. ft 10... 7 - ? ??
ii . - l i ??
" Darlington. i
r, :: in
? !: J ni
1 81 ??
i-, i. "
4 (H "
1 II I p 111
?j 4: -
100 -i in
7 in "
4 83 p m
Ml ?Op m
il ) a m
1 in p m
- 10 "
. ."i 4.1 a 'i'
1 ".ii "
: -i U "
1 -.i "
? ; 11 '?
. i i 251 m
: :, i::, p m
TEXAS CONNECTIONS, Iron Ml. M.K.,vT.
I.Vf St. l.olli.S.
Air Little Rock.
?' D?niai n. .
" Hherrnan. S 55 pro
" Dallai. 11 j", ??
. 4 I". "
m. pi (,i "
" II laston.
:? i i
ci .WAV Ii. II ISVAKD, I*. '.'
\V. SI. B. DUNS, ,
? -:,. 3.U i'. M.
S:.11.:: II. PERRY .-: VALLEY BRAN? ?I
U. ?V <>. it it.
t. M. A.M. P. M.
il i 7
1 11 .'..' ??
:, M ll.ni
I. P, M.
C? ?' I c 1 -
i', l? ry ? Extracts
I?ci ' Wine,
? i .
Baking Powders, Tapioca
Crea:!! of Tartar, S da,
? ni ?i pure
Mi j" 18?tl. Druggist '??
F?R MAN AND BEAST.
TM-, ?r.lnirni vi'ryn.Murnllynr'rlP?ite.liii .em?" ri?
ra, wiii-r.- Katar? pro? Idi i la bi r I ib i ? r?
:" . .: i mal &? ? I
:.-. .nun ; for 1
I until now it encircle? ;
. nun ?lui b???t.
. i :: I tavaktn it i ; t?rala ?!i ?-.
A ?Il I.
-.-.- bora, t-rt?'-,
r r i, mir.,", i
I - ' . ?
-..rain?, fi.iuu.l, r,
. tiro In t!.- ?.liras i??currlnu lu tlio
1, r?d ;,y . xj?o?ur--. rar
lloolarl/ val.: :i :
; i renicl)- In U*a v.-nrli, for M
?i?', Mi a single
:it t ?ctirr.
? nt i, put up In thr.v
; ? Ini? BW ,|- ,-a.ii-.
?tel)' much tlit- e ht-aprsU Sold cvenrwb?re\
Al!... r-.n? In.!.! 1...I !?? n?
"fo 00 M BU M PT I V B8.
? it, lie
rli?ri(i-,) with t!.
ht? in- ?anin, ?liuli lii-v ?ill ?
Partie* wiehii.? tbt prewritiUtin will pleas? adtlrtataJ
IM leim 8t., Wiiilamtburg, N?w ?^rk
M. H REARDON,
DKALEB in it ni:
Iloinc Made Whisky
BBANDIFS, WINES, Etc.,
Cigar? m ' Tobacco, Wooden Willow
Wan. Bi MPI ?%?*???'?
? - k of
Kentucky Ryo Whiskeys?
Whiskey and apple-Brandy.
Call Ei. :
AT THE LOWEST PRICES!
Spring & SHiiuiit-i'
bas |i ? ned and wlll?be lold b
low lij.'i l''.-.
1) l. Y GOODS.GROCERIES
Boots and Shoes
HATS, CAPS, ?fco.,
All will be sold at very low :
and examine them.
II. LOGAN AGO.,
. Woo Istock.
. ?i and nelj
; hi]* Pi have been placed in
the hands ol llirntn l-.m-t-i tnan lor set*
Hints i un to ? ?
; It It 1870, Wi. i: ., rou? will
il ?- m-i - ?if the
? ?'.il firm should be nloset! up.
it.lOlb, 1S77. J. II. URABILL4C0
rp? IIA-. i. POOD SWEET \XI?
. ? Spongy 131 ? ;;:-. R
' I'.i-'i',. &e. w 1th ml ;-1
ol nu* kind ii?o
. WAGNERS VIRGi:
PREMIUM YEAST POWDERS,
a hot article?lb?
j. p. S?um & Co
Horse aud C?telo Powders,
i. 'i. , ' ? r fid ?aroraWy
1 kaotra, ?nil th.'.rot?::?iiy re-invigorale
brofcto down ant! low
? ?gth?nln? and i liBllBtlig tli?
it i? a ?ore pr?venu re rf n'.\ dl---\i?"*
-"'^?-?t^Jaa?a anlm&l, tuch ti 1.VS Q
FEVER. Ct. ' LOW ?a??
ENCRGT, i;c\ It? tu? Improve!
tie rind, Increase?, Lb? .
tr?n-fornis the ml??T?bM
To keep? i of Con tali r.iwpar
Bora, *tc It 1. :
actual cipcrlnicnt to increasa thj
( milk and crc?c twtnty
?- rc-nt. ai.d mik* Um btit?orfirs-,
: itrcet In taUen'.og c
In r.1I *!****?l of Sxln i, ?ach u Ceagbf, "*!?*? It
: from cm
i to a paper in ? barrel of
UTt-le-d. If Rim
In time, ? certain prcTcaU.? ?ail
cure far I
EAVED E. rOUTZ, Proprietor,
out iiio Unitt?aStatoi
For -a!?- by J. S Irwl
& SO^? SECURITY Gib
BEST HOUSEHOLD OU \H USE.
Warranted 150 Degrees Fire-Test.
V.-\1 . il ?.VHITE I7? COLOlt.
? :>? rtanaViiliaS.
WELL NOT EXPLODE.
A.r.D UK T.
-I by ?a Insurance Coir..
? ?..-, cr naad in onr Imusc
? .".?ctni-sd I>y
A MM!, Baltimore,
.. t-.iil ?-oti -.vlll use no other..
(T* P71*7 *r*7
?aK ? S I : a r *rx, in in)
untry \tli I n. wlliiiis
.im -it making
at ouce, H. 11/
Tamp fixtures, Trufaos, linees tterinriup
at Carter's Drug
WOODSTOCK FOU N II K V
DANNER & NEWMAN, - Proprietors
First-Class Circular Saw Mills,
to ?rhieh partenlar ad " -"..-iiantod. Mill Curing and filling e.
lipll"!!, ?.nil. ; . -
Avmnety of plows, *slx\
The lleckindorn, Danner and Newinan Ko 2 withrerei right and lef,
band, tu. Danner .". Newman No. - : n with lleekandorn
it point, I. X. !.. and n alon radaeid
THE IMPROVED McGINNIS FEETILIZEB SPRKADER,
The I" w, which Is tb. - .1 tiee we have arar Been. The Kieelaior Cnltira
PAT. LEVER CUTTING BOXES.
i. : Triada? Fram?.
atr.-a- re pur
Lamber, Soin. menta.
MACHiNER? 01 ALL KINDS REPAIRED.
HIGHEST AWARD AT THE I !.. -
Grand Upright; and Saiv*iv
hand Piano?, of a! tanlly
in store, and rans-ing in pri
we an also Sole \ ithcrn
Slat? - i i the
The I*-esta?now nil
CIIA8. M. STIEFF,
No. 9 X. Liber...
5 ten cent Papers
for 25 ets?
I e pur
dn? t?os .-i :ii" i Iceof th :
known reliability of ?;, ?landing goar*
f the I
tli, ir i r
I '.! ITT.
?AFE ALL <!0*flMIH8ION8
tW) o; i : il:: ..
AT I A?- rORYi^CES.
Send ?orpivrt?cular? lo
S-VIDCRS 4 STAYMAN. Mtnuf.cturert Ao?n?i
11 North ? i"
Av.iiu.-, Washing! .,, D.O.
N. II.?A S ' Put? . for fUO,'
R ?'.. .'!
(intD PI. *?TK? *V ATI II I -
in the known ?url.i. ?amp!.. l
AjKnt*. Aeidrea?, A. I'ejULt?? ftCo.,CliieagO.
!???? mil Sui-pnrte,-?
it, Safest anil H- L >"??
- .le Vy
Dr. I). D.CARTER
r '. horse for a
A MONTH- \?. ?rant? '
al.WUKTU A ? ?'
t'lilr. ... it.-, ?V. I??|l ISA ???.,
MO ttiat Mat!. Slml, t liii-liiiiali. O.
JOHN W. CLINEDINSTI
AT XE?\\M.VIM\ET. VIRGINIA.
kc_ ?c.ati tu-?. II?
I a o.knicr ' turn? off
? d jobs, lie L arket f
? tree at In .me mi ? 1 abroad ? ?nd ft no
ran..; uaol iuo.1. .n
ling at his placa. lUnstratad catalogue? m
iuIiN W. OUNKDINST,
?Im.. 23, K?W Market, V*.
Tin: exchange hotel,
C5DEB SEW MANAGEMENT.
M.^GEABT, -- Proprietor.
THIS ?vt Il-kiit -.vu ? m has'been
It et accommo*
lui Iba fnitnda first elm Or
I where a large stock uf the
! anil eh? in always be (on 1.
plete iu every
- depaurtmen! ?mibndaf,
NCTS, CAKES FRUITS, FUENCHaril AMERICAN
( AX HIES, T< ITS am'. FANCY ARTICLES
in endless p: of union.
Ca: :i. I'EACIIES
CUERUIES? PEA1 s, i;::Er.N I'EAS, COHN,
K'.MAloKS, BEANS fkC.
Ibraoa Buck'? celebrated Bel
ii'iit S\ ii.es and Brauiiii'S. Jankuliue lsuckVpure
dew Whlakiy, and Ott k
e. 1 . -Tl-tf.
?pjIE WILSON I'?TENT
.1 ADJI?STABLI CRAIB
tilth 30 i hange* of Poult Ion
Parlor, Library, Invalid Chair, Child'? Crib, bed
or lounge, Combining beauty, lightneaa, ?treugth
Itj .m 1 tMiiii'ort. UAuufav-tured Of tbi beat
.: Iron lud rivets. Strong caitcri, made
tor the chain.
ES Ei.VTUIXO TO AX OX tCI SCIENCE.
Hlghett Frii? Midal Awarded lithe Cenlinniil
Bend tot Illustrated Circular. Quote
Tlie W'il-.iti Adjustable Chair,
N.i. Ml lir.iailsvay,
Opposite Bond St. N. Y
Marl, U ljr.
:ii:msti:i:i:i' harlag returned t? :wood
??? il? riiir.en? sud vicinity
that?':, l m ynUilelpUi? ? i-osa
, k of
?Bit being s prarticsl Milliner ?be is prepared t
Hats, Bonnets, 4c.
, If rutting and ?Atting-, Patterns
ilrafted In the latest donigiu B'id ?tre?? c?ttin(
A. i. BIKnU.Il, C. BOTO UAB?KTT,
>., Va. L..u?d?nt'.i,, V?,
(.KM. H AL
Fur the aa.'e of FL.tir, Mutter, Eggs> Mit all kind?
A'.?. 932 Louisiana Avenue.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Liberal ?Jvanee? on tx>D?**rnm?at? la ?tor?.
? : L??-li .obuMU k Co., Bank.r*
OUn*iJIVU'?ar,B,?alvvr,?i*tvfl- ,\ h**.**,