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KICKING Co~wS.-It not unfrequent,1
haPPens thate very best milkers It
the dairy herd b sent to tihe butcher ot
account cf her viclons kicking, or un
easy steppiug about while beIng milk
ed, Owners find such animals to<
troublesome, and in despair o curhj
the ailmals, prefer to get rid of them
Somne heifers are said to inherit the
habit, but it Is oftenor ac(uired throagi
the bad treatmient received at the handi
of their care-takers. Prevetion Ii
this case is inuch better tian cure am
a helfer should be accustomed to beinj
handled long before lavintg her ursi
cull', and espectlilly Just before thai
evenat. Pet a limals have 10 Suich fault
and the law of kindnitess Is- never mor
Pioductive of good rcsulits than in tI
case of milk cows. A rough, brutal
man should never be employed in th(
care of dairy stock. But, supposing
the habit be formed, how can It Le cur
ed? A Vermont 'orrespoident of the
New York Tribune recommends buck
ling a surshigle tight about the body
Just forward of the udder. The pricl
PIe, probibly, is that the mut1scles tsed
in kicklug are so iAImpered that the
ai i1uai lids It easier to stand still.
Tie correspoident says it never failed
with him1. We Saw tile Samlle thing re
0coin1meIlded it Iw years ago, and Put, it
in practie with a three-year old helfer
we had just bought. With .ts it Vas
not a success ; lar from 't. The bi)east
was terrified beyond ieasire at tiht
unwonted Pressure, and it lier elforts
to free herself go cast, the cow, mani,
milk pail amid priiielple broughit l) In
the same gener'a 1 ruI l. A much
better way, and the one atdopted
with success in this instance, is to alt
down ias close to thie cow as possible,
with the knee snug agaiist her leg. In
this positlont it is almost ilpossible for
her to kick, Atnd if she does site cannot
hurt you. Have little or nothing to
say to her, and above all ttilngs jo not
yell out "So, boss!" every tilme she
makes a step. Pay close attention to
busiessand milk ats rapidly as possible.
Pat her amid speak kindly in going Into
the stall, and neveri at any time let her
get the Ideal that you have at y Ilear of
her. Another correspondent of the
same paper recommentis btiliding the
cow into let stall in stich at way that
she cannot move in tiny direction, a14
)iIionilng her right. oot. The prolha
bility Is that at timid cowv inl such a p11
lory would be utterly ruined by her
strtgglos to frce lierself, and even 1i
she were kept quiet would hold up her
mllilk. The herole (on the part. of the
11111) treatmenit will be foun1id 'ar tie
bat lin most cases.
CAuIAox GnuI..-l old 01 solls all tlt
cabbage kind has at tenadency to l'omii
Club roos, owing to th attacks of' the
cnbbage grub or 1arv:w, of' t smitill inl
sect beloiging to the beetle tribe. The
damnuage It nases is ottel a ereioms
matter for the gardener, s it etarly
destroys wh.' 13ol crops, Anid makes seri
013u gaps inl tho lail ag. Whenl the
grubs first attack a crop t here Is ioth
Ing to indlea3 e lheir pweseice uniitil 1he
Plants begin to turli to anl unbenhbatii1y
color; then they ig inl the suni, anld inl
it few days the Crop is lost. One of tilt
best et hiodis of Iieveit iig these inroad
is to make eacl ilpalatable to 1 he grtibs.
In I Ie Spri ig sect re soime fresh-bu ritiI
ime, aind hetit becoUe ai r-slatked, mak
ing it.withi tilt (a(nItl qIuatiitty of soot,.
III phnmting, time holeI are. made with
the trowel ki the usual way ; each
)lltii is droppiteld iinto Its hole, ll inch
or so of.. the soil uIt over the toots,
good waterintg given 11rst. 'ita a umod
er'ate htiandi ull of'the soot uand lime umix-.
tre thrown in each ho0le, andui the re
tmiing soil lilled in. Eqtual pariits oi
soot antl 11310 gatrdent soil, mttixed wi th
wat1er to the consiisteincy of' tin mi ortari'
upi to the baste of t.hea leaves before planil
intg, is utsed to prevet clui blbinig. Wood
ashes mixed witht watler antd putt luto
the hles ater wterin, ha been tried
11ow tO Gniow .liit.-Tihere is no1
differi"e latii species hIelten uphin
antd lowland1( ice~. Al 3'101 fiIr br a i
youri gr'oundt lay oil' rows thticc antd a:
13a111 i'et wide. D rop a 'out eighta
grainis 1(o the hii , w Ide eniough apar33 t to
aidit. a hoe between them. Plow with~
a1 sweep un iti lie last ph~in~ Ig. it
laiyinig by3, thIarows a furr'aow'11 o ech side
wVI it a11 sml trn p)Ilw, and breatiitk out
the mitddle w~'ith a sweep. IlThis wil
leave the rice wIth a stmallI bed. 110t0
whent neessary. Cut the aice whlaen
111pe, and3( let. it. lie two day13s. If the
weather is fair, it, will be Ihonrougl1
eutred ini thaat. 11ime, whenci it en1n be tiled
into bulndiles anmd hau led into thea barn.t
if tihe weaither' i linii 'orable, put 11111
shocks like ontis, antd ltet it reiiain itni
the ileId until1 ctluI. P'lan . at 3331
time fr'oim to hhe bi of Marh1 unmtil tilt
firist of Junte3. No erop~ r'esp~onds bet ter
to the tuse of gluanio ttan raice. It br-inmgs,
roughl, fr'omtb1.0~5 to $1.20 per btushel,
Event at twentty buishels per3 acre,
which Is a1 smaall yleeld,it wotuld pay 1)e1
ter' than3 cottoni alt pr'eent pr'ices.
IHow(Uninia r. vaaS'Taiin.
Cuirrant onice mehlt htis maitchi in ai pert,
jolly, keen-eyed son of' thte sod, whct
acted as hostler alt a large stable, and
who wats up as a witness iln a caseo 0
dispute In theo matter of a hmorse trade,
Oturran greati5 desired to break (dowl
the credibility of thIs witniess, and
thloughlt to do it by making thte mati
comtradiet hiself--by tanugling himn
up in a tnet-work of adr'oitly framed
questions--but all to tno avail. TIita
hostler was a companilon to Sam Wel.
ler. Is good Common sense, ani
eqtanimity antd geood nature were no1
to be overturned. By antd by Curran
in towering wrath, belched fortht, s
not another countsel wvoubtl have dared
to do in Ithe presenice of' te Court:
"Sirrah, you are icorrigibl Trua
truth Ia tnot to be got from youi, for It Is
not it yotu. I see thte vIllan 13n you:
"l'faith, yer honor," said the wIt.
ness, wIth thte uttost almnplielty o1
truth and honesty, "my face mulst bi
molty clane and shinin' inidade, If Il
can refleet lIke thtat 1"
For once in his life thte great barris.
ter was floored by a sImple witness
He could inot recover from that repar
tee, atnd the ease went against him.
SoMRn receatly Udisveruaed Inaseriptions
on burnt bricks brimng to lghtt the as
tonishting revelatIon that IKing A hasue,
rus htanged Haani becautsehe inventec
the accordeon, antd putt thec price dgwa
to one dollar and sevenly-five cents
so that every maln miaht have one.
wu# Rmi AwN ItusE wit's yor Uhutgh, COld
flpar~ s, or intdeed anty Pwmonary or Dr.m
ehlt f~)t, whena remedy same, taoroutil
an s Obtainedas Dr. D. Jayne' .x
jlOOranta~ be hia? If you htave' c-n :actet
Co save your Lung~s from tile dainger,
titt4rtion a md l imatron, whtica ire,
aenlbrai aboutconsumption by prqmpt I
t 10-rtnjoZe EX eLiOlrant.; and t L'000bld
soafteeo onr the Tharoat., you w~i and
1$ sJ~ tt~e~t, phlegn and lan heA in
Experiments on the Structure of Iron.
The experiments made by M. Fresci
ou the effects of forging on the struc
ture of Iron, are published by the for
eigi journals-the fact, as shown b;
him, beliug the tendency to parallelisr
of all the fibres which originate U1
drawing-out under the hammer, an
which are separated from the neighbot
Ing fibres by a cementing subsainco de
rived from the incorporated cinder, 1li1
lug up all the void spaces between th
fibres. This matter, according to 31
r Fresca, is frequently of a vitreous tin
ture, very rich In oxide of Iron, and
when it Is not burned off or pulverize
at the surface of the piece when in th
hands of the smith, it follows all li,
varieties of form to which the piece I
I shaped inl its several parts. An oblonj
piece of iron may, says ,M. Fresca, b
compared to a hank of panri'el I hreals
which will Interlock with each othe.
when it is attempted to draw them oil
Iemgthwise, but which will separate ii
a much less regular manner when the3
are drawn in the cro swise direction
at the risk of throwing into confusloi
tle regulirity of the original arrange
ment--forming knots aid volds.
The weakening efrect of this latter Il
well exemplified by the speclinell of a
railing bar, in theformation of which I
rectangular bar is transformed, in re.
spect of its transverse section, Into v1
iumiber of rectangles and circles regu.
larly distributed, the fibres in the cir,
cular parts losing tile parallelism which
I8 vlsible in the rectangular parts-i
condition w hich would be critical
were it iot that tile central part of th<
enlargemeit is af'terwards to be bore
out. Tie interposition of the friabit
silicates between the fibres which art
more properly metallic, Is a serious
Predictling Plagues.-Numerots at
tempts have been ilade of late to sliow%
thaL the varliations iII the number o0
spots on the sun's face were the caus
of excessive rains, poor wheat crops,
conercial panics td other terrestrial
occurences. Now comes Mr. It. G.
.Jcikins, Fellow of the B1ri0.lah Royal
Astronomical Society, who says that
cholera. the black death, and othei
plagues are tile effect of plainetary inl
iluenees, and pirticlinaly of those of
the four outer planets, Jtupi)ter,. Saturnu
Uranus and Neptune. lie goes back
ior iiundreds of years, asserts that all
the plagues which have swei)t over
Europe dun ring that period can be ae
couited for by the movemients and po
silians of one or more of these planiets;
and concludes with this ominous pre
dietion. "I would sity that. within tLu.
next .e!VIl .Years there will happen t1hai
which has1. not liitppene'-d for hiundreds
of years; all the iulatetc at or iear
their nearest point to the sun about the
"'.ine ttime. It I. trte of the eunrth thilt
hit mIagnIet li iiten'iit.y Is greatest, about
the time when it is near the sun ; the
.sine11 is probably tie of all the planets:
therefore we may expect extralortlinary
magnerl(tle phlenomlenal du1-1ri the nx
sevenl yearsii, and great plagues, witcl i
will aniest themiselves in all theli
iiteilsly wvheln Jupiter h) about thret
years from Ills peihel ioni-that is, in
Orange Winc.-Experimets have re
ceitly been in) progress in conu'tri
ravaged by thlie piylIlIuoxere it regard to
the sibstitintion of orange ji lce foi
1 ra1) Juice il *vine making. The firsl
wiiie imale Irom oranges, ll Spain, hat
jitist mlaule its appearaince in the itmarikeil
of Vatenceia. Four kinds hlave bee:m
prouc ted, onei of thleim a siparkil in.
wiie. They are all satd to be of' at
tractiv'e color, perf'ectly clear, of at
agreeable, sweet, slighitly acid flavot
- anii of an alcohol Ic strength of abloutt li
Phenic aicid, wichi is used to some ex.
tenlt ats tan anttisepte dreing~ b~~ly sur-*
ji. ons, does nlot, appenri to be quitte safe
Kitester hais trauced 26 cases or more ot
less severe pioisot ng to its empllloy mlent
and11 r'commendsct~i, Iinstead of this acid,
catreful a il'i icationi of thy mol, sallcyiit
aicid, or dlilute sol utlonl of zinei clo ride
Menni to Prevent Grave-robbI ng.
A man in Iowa proposes to fill thi
space0 around a ci flln with hlydraulhl
eareent, wicht will soon become so hlar(
thlat it cannot be broken withlout ushmM
a blast of powder. A citizen of Cincin,
nlath has patenited ia co011in safe deslgned
to p~rotect the remains of the dead fron
the emissatries of' dissectinlg-roomns. i1
consists of a case mlluch larger than te
c(Jeiln and is composed of bars o1
wvroutght iron. In tillIng the grave dir
paHses between these bars in such quan
titles that the safe canlnot bei lified
without the aid of a derrick. 'iThe con.
cern resembles In conistruction a crati
tsed for holdinlg china ware. Tfh
cover, made of iron bars, is securedl tc
the bottom before tany earth is throwi
in the grave. In the meantime a New
York mtan hlas patenlted a coflin torpedo
designed for the extinction oh gr.t~ve,
robbers. It cotnsists of a catister con.
tautnlng pawder, balls, and a firing trig
ger so arranuged thatt it wvill cause the
powder to explode should any one Opel
tihe lid of the coffia. A more sutnimarl
way of disposing of grave-robbers il
prepared by a Massacehusetts inventor
Hie would put a chtarge-of dyniamite ii
thle grave, so thlat a touch of a spad
would cause its explosion. ThIs woult
be pretty severe not only on the do
sp~oilers buit thle occupants of graves
For that miatter it would be rather so
yore on neighboring grave--stones anm
other monuments to the memories 01
tihe dead as well as fences and shrub
bery. While the mainy recent eases o
grave-robbery have inicited inventioni
to aid out ways of rendeirinlg grave
secuire, they have given a new impetui
to crematioin. A cremation society ha
been1 organized at Indianapolis 'and
fiurnace is in process of erection. Mos
persones appear to be averse to burn inj
t the bodies of their friends and relatives
but between havig them cremated o
ruinnting the risk of' havi~ng them mad1
articles of commerce anid then hacket
to pieces by unskilled butchers, the:
wouuld doubtless prefer the former. I
Is possible that the present exoitomen
may result in tile adoptton of som
imore satisfactory method of disposlng
of the dead than has hitherto been em
ployed. If this should be the case mom'
compensation will be afforded for th'
vast amoutnt of unhappiness recent, out
rages have caused.
iT Is a terrible ing to'see a stronj
man writinig in the agonies of his fire
love, when bergamiot, beer and benzint
struggle for the mastery In the .ai
about him, andc victory favors eineh on
successively, as youi' nose approtohe
hisa hair, his mouth, or the elbows o
- SNow-RAISo BuAn.--- I- have this
morning for breakfast, says a writer,
- partaken of a snow-raised bread cake,
- made last evening, as follows: Tile
' cake when baked weighed about three
I quarters of a pound. A large table
i spoonful of line, dry, clean miow was
,I intimately stirred with at spoon into the
- dry flour, and to this was added a table
- spoonful of enraways aitId a little but
- for aidt[ salt. Then suilliclent cold water
3 was added to make the doigh of ti'e
proper ustual consistence (simply
- stirred with a spoon, not, kneaded wiLh
the warm hands), and it was imm1e
I diately put into the oven and baked
3 three-quarters of an hour. It turned
out both light aid paulhtable. Tie
4 reason appears to be this: the light
mass Of interlaced snow crystals hold
3 together a large qiaintity ot' condensed
atmospheric air. which when the snow
is warmed by thawing very rapidly in
thie dough, expands einormnously and
acts the part of earbonie aeld gas in
either baking powder or yeast. I take
the preclse action to be, tWben, not (ile
iII any way to the v:now itself, but,
simply to theexpanlsioni of the fixed air
lodged between the ilnterstices of the
snow crystals by application of' heat.
i This theory, if carefully followed out,
Iaay plerhiass give Ia clue to ia simple and
perfectly ininocuous method of raising
bread anid pastry, and stops tihe discs
sion as to whether ailum in biking
powders Is deleterious to health oi
MILKx ROLI,.-ThiA is Miss I)odds'
reelpe: To make milk rolls I require
one pound of 1o10r1, one otunce of biter,
One '1unce o' sugar, One teaspool fill of
yel, powder, a pinch of' salt, and
Iearly a pint of' milk. First put tihe
flour in a large basin, add a pinch of
salt, haltf 1111 o0tnee1 o' SIgtalr, anlt Maunce
of butter, and mix well togetliter, and
add as nearly a pint of m1ilik as will
tuake a dry dough, the dryer the better
it I ises, tilln 1 uickly ''t on tile board
and knead 11u (Ilickly as possible, for
the yeast powder mulist be br' iglit,
itider the action of* the fire as An it
as poss ble, or it will not, act, prol.
erly. At1er tie do'igh is kneaded oti,
it into six or eight pleces, and draw
each pieCe IlIto a long_ SIaIM id cutt it
twice across tohe top; get this into a
Very hot ovenlI at Ioncee in a slightly
floured baking tin; bake 1or1' fiUteei
muh iDLes; then take out and brush with
beaten whites of' egg, or milk; dusti
over thell half ali oun31Ce of stIga' anI
rettirn to the ovenl 'or on inintite.
Milk rolls are best served hot.
Cor.n CnocoI.w-rE Punnm .---The re
cipe givenl below is used by Miss Dodds:
I require for cold chocolate pudding
onie-quarter pournd of block chocolate,
one teaspoonful of valnilla, on1e pinlt of
milk, 0110 Ounce of vihnegar, one-hal'
ounCe of gelatiie, on0-half Lill of' cold
water and thle yolks (if fotr eggs. Orate
te1ho'Colate thiougl 11h at cao'It gLat~er.
Put tile chocolate intud milk on to boll,
and melt by the fire one-half' ounce of
gelatille with ole-ihalf gill of cold
water. When the chocolate and1( iiiilki
boll tirav the saicepan to onle sidle a1tu
let it cool a littIe. 11 a small basin put
the yolks of four eggs and over I lem
pouar the chocolate and milk. Add the
sugalr and Inited gelhtine. Potir a1l
this -back into the sauicepan and1l1 stir,
over the Ilre uItil the eggs are set,.
Then wet ai mould with cold water, add
tile vanilla and pour11 into tile mould.
When cold it Is ready to turn'Dl oIt.
IcE IN 'THE SICK ROOM.-MentiOn is
made(1 ini a f'oreign paper' of' a p)13 lapur'
suted by an~ inlgenhious1 phIysicin 101'
Insurinig a supply of iee for use in sick:
rootus dur'ing the hiottest nlighlts, and -1
without dilsturlbi ng tihe paitientL. This
plan3 15 to cut a pie1ce of ilannIel about,
n11ne inches square, and secure It by
ligaiture r'ounDd the miouth of an ordinlary
tumlbler, so as to leave a1 cuip-shaaped
depressJ5ion1 of' Ilann~el witinu the 12um
bier to about hllf its depth. Inl tile
llannel 01up so formetd pieces Of ice maty
be prIeserved many hlours -- all thie
loniger If at piece 01 llannel fromi1 four to
five inchles square be uisedl as a loose
cover to the ice cupj. Cheap flannlel,
with comparatIvelf 01pen mleshe~s, Is
preferable, as tile walter' easily dra'1ins
through it, and~ tihe ice is thus kept
CLEuANING Sv'ovks. - Stove- polish,
when mixed wvith sir1its of tuirpentine
and appliedh in the (2usua lnIner', Is
blacker', mtore glossy andli dur'able with
aniy other liquall.
lug Grapeuvines In California.
Californma has1, probably, twenty vines,
each of which produces more thlan 500
pounds of grapes 01n an average crop.
Among these are vines at Coloma and
Blakes, and near Montecito and Stockton
repiresenting the Sierra Nevada, the coast
mountains north of San Francisco, the San
Joaquin valley, tihe southern coast, the level
of the sea, and in elevat ion of 2,000 feet
above it. Thie Stockton vine, a 11111 sou1th
east of thlat town, in tihe yard of Mr. Phelps'
house, is a foot in diamI~eter, andi has thlis
year produced 5,000 piounids (2j tons) ac
cordhing to tihe Independent. We have
hleardi nothinig lately of the yield of the
Montecito and Colomna big vines. We saw
the latter in 1867 whlen young, and it bore
1,500 bulnches of grap~es. The Montecito
vinie grew froml a cutting of the 01(1 hig vine
at tile smne place~, set out ini 1795, andl cut
down in 1875, when eighlty years' 01ld. It
haud a diamneter of l5 Jinches, covered an ar'
bohr of 114 feet loug by 78 wvide, and1( aver
agedl three tons ini its annual yield. Thie
big vine alt Blakes sepalrates, at the surface
of the ground, into two stems, eachl six
inchles ini diamieter. Th~e vine at Coloma is
an1 Isab~ella ; the othler three are of the Misq
l'aa 1teen cents( is sabu cosI, o1 live gal
Ions of soft soap, made~ from one0 polund
of Dobbis' Electric S tap, (made by
Craginl & Co. Phtila.) and tile soft soap
will go farther thban a dollars' worth of
Common soap. Try it.
. A L(SINo .JOKI.-A promInent phy.
slelanl oh ittlburghD said jokingly to a
lady paltient w~ho0 was complainIng of
hier contIued ill heal'hI, and3( of 1318 in
aililto cure her, "tr'y 1101) hitters .'
''ll0 ldy took it in earniest and 11sed
tile Bitters, fronm whieh she obtaiaed
p iermanlent hmeahha. , Sh nowv laughls at
the8 doctor for lis joke, but he is not so
well pleased wIth It, as it cost him a
The Crowning Discoverye
All the "phones" of this phonetic age
i are surpassed in practical benlefit to
mankind, by the discovery of Allan's
Anti-Fat, time great anid only knownD
remedy for obeslty, or cor pulencey. it
produces no weakness or other un pleas
ant or injurious elleet, its aetion being
simply COsD fined 1o regulating digestion,
and preventing an undue assimilation
of the carboniaceous, or f~lsh-redue'.
cing, eloemnts of the food. Sod by
r. NlOVAN0 M EDICaNE CO., iufi'auo, N. Y.:I
a O4temilUno-laA'e Amti.Famt reduced
* me seven pbuthds In one Week.
f ' Yotre raeeotfully,
IF YouR Liver Is Disordered ileoftand's Ger.
man Billers will set it aright.
WOlS. VORMS. WORLMS.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup novor fails to
destrov Pin, 8eat and Stonach Worms. Dr.
Kunkel. the only successful physician who re
noved Tape Worm in two hours, alivo with
hoad, antl no fee until reioved. Common
semne teachets it Tapo Woris be removed all
oth-r wormas can be readily destroy. d. Advico
at oiloo anti storo faee. The doctor cami tell
whethior or not the patient has worms. Thou
sands are idyimg, daily, with worni. ad do not
know it. Fits, spasins, cramps, choking and
sun'ocation. sallow coimplexion. ciro!es around
the eyes, swellihig and pain inl the stomach,
restlvss at night, grinding of the teeth, picking
at the nose, cotdh, fever, itching at taim seat,
lioalacho, foul breath, the patient grows pale
and thin, ticking and irritation in the anus
all thoso symotonti. and iioro. como from
worm. E. F. lunkol's Worm Syruoh never
fails to reniovo them. Price, $1 00'por bottle.
or six bottles for $5 00. (For Tape Worn,
writo and consult tho Doctor.) Foriall otters,
ity of .vour druggih the Worm syrup, and if
h , has it not, send to Dr. E. V. Kunkol, 259
N. Ninth. street. Philadelphia, Pa. Advice by
ma.;, free; i-end three-cent stump.
E* F. Kunkel'os Hitter Wine of Iron.
Gives tono to the stomach. It Improves the
ppetito aod asists digestion ; excitos the
lowels t healthy action. expelling all the foul
buirnir that con aiinato tho t lood, cot rup'
tio becretions amid offend tho breat'li. It ex
cites tho liver to a healt-ty action and strengtit
ons the nves 'mup rt ng that glow to life that
procceds alone frou perfect health.
Thoind, in all walks of lire, testify ti the
virtues of t his excellot ile iino in correct
ing ite dorangetuent of the d getivo ortana.
tiet the geniuino. Soi only lin $1.00 bottles,
or six hotties for $5 00. Ask for E. F.
KUytnxm, and take no other. If your drug.
gi-ts a it at not, send to prop tetor, E. F.
Ku~xE, No. 2 0 North Niith 8trot. Phila
del. hi.a, Pa. Advico frou ; encloseo three oo.it
IF TnounLm with Constipation, tako Uoof
land's German lillers.
IF You are Dyspeptic lfoofland's Gerntan
Billers will cure you.
IT is dreadful diaease, the doctors toll us, is
ti the blood, and behoving th-s to be true. we
ad vise every sufferer to try Durang's Itheu
anatio Remedy. It is taken internally and
positively cures the worst case in the shortest
"e. Hold by every Druggist in town.
11wskell's Teller Ointment Will euro every
form of Totter.
Fou P1tPiEs on the Face. use Ilieskell's Tel
er Obim'nt. It never fails to remove them.
The Gospel of Joy I
The Gospel of Joy 'omt i for
OSPeA .mad elita,: taigp Moitageu, ijataoui.ai Mtot
inage .4nd Nitdaty Schlovls,
By R1ev. SAMURL A.MAN and S. 11. SixC.
It comttim a lIa g a nimior of new and very ou
perlor If %iltt it nail 'ained. a to gane al ttyo an ory
ch ur.it aid a light, ta ia ta a tcotec.ion that ilas
Asu iMuch to nty a..d lig .,bout
"Olad Tidings of Groat Joy."
Both words atid musid are of an elovated charac
tar, c .m mimtinam-ets cs to persotts ei re'nned
tasto. tin; the "at.a.cing, Ino.rtitar" Ito prevtalent inl
niauny recojit cojinpja ittia.,d hsiti buion caroitatly avoidetd.
Pric-i 31 cents. for which ap ciaon copics wili be
aualailud to aiy a..dr,.aa.
Beo Decoration Day Music in the Musical Record,6c.
Good News ! 'ga',ia"lut'iiy
antds of m'ri -is. Do int tia.1 to c.iam amno amiti t try )I.
Ttaa. a a r' 2N . 8.aics, inli t it . u C MP it 1 i u at CCt 1 n
o. wiii gret at L.ate taidt atitt? so .s bout atinpa yed.
Ex a tammtu ailso "slha.int4 @ v r' anil - L h 11 er ofi
Liae," two bt.aidttrd boka of greOat benuty.
Oiver Dltson & Co., Boston.
J. E. DI'rSON & Ct)..9022 Cheastntnt St., P'hiila.
JOHN WA NAMAK ER
Thle mnost thorough organizatton In Amerlea
for executing written orders Is the Mall Depart
mntnt for sanmpii arnd sup;-slIos it the Grand
D~epot, the great Dr / Goouds and Outlitting .Es
tabishmnent of JOHlN WVANAMAKER.
Rteqiuests for iampltesa tad ordnars fair gootds areo at
tenti a-t to with thi amostu th roughi pro ittptn ets atid
precisioon. Nothingt seont out utilesa botlaoved to be
inst whm it Is w-anteud, bait if m.it matlsfactory I cheer
failly exchi.maged or moemiy eofundeld.
tilks andl Velvet.. Unaderwear. Corsote, etc.
Dreas (Goodt. dlestl'&, Children's'Shioes
'aiuriinmm Goodnts. Mtei's anda llay's .'lhoes.
I. -die'a'& Chaildrean'aslt.utiherfl ods,Trmnnks,etc
Sha~w is & , inaikac t.lmnens Flannemtls,Matslins
Ladii -ta l.'urnishm'g (Goods Mt111a A , 1 '"'a I aithalig.
ii'..alery atnd nlov-.5. (iaami' Fuaa aistitng Gatods.
Whlii-, 3 >ai andi Laces. Me-a's and i -y 'a lat.
Noti.itns. ?. -1,hyrs. etc. Statiomery & Silvearw are.
Prnmgc' & turailderlos. lionsee Furnmishinmg Goeds.
mItibbaons, Trios, et -. hinia ianda Glineware.
Clathin taint Citmakhmgs. Toy's amnd Gamtes.
Finie iad iltlinery.
Write posmt car or sarnples or pric~es of any
ithang desired. Rlegister alt totters centaining money.
M1;any itiargins may be secur-di now, betweeons.'a
Thme Largest Dry Goods and Ottttting House
PiDIA NOSS 1 40Oto s!-tOO-factory
Mathiusheal's ta ~ter ,quareaa--uesLtaup.
t'raj7lgtsa In Amnerica-12,(10 in uae-Pitnnos
Twr, 'iwa. Cent onl triat-'iatnaaoue tree. Msynat.s.
Ssoni' Piaaao Co., 21 B.1th Street, N. V.
INTE RNA TIONA L
EX HIBITION 1
MW OPEN EVERY DAT. g
Admissmien 28 Cents. Children, 10 Conts.
8pleadid a rray of Exhibits in departments of Boc
slice, A rt. Edmication, Agriculture, Mechanics.
SPEOIAL MUSICAL ATTRACTIONS DAILY.
Also, the Largemt
ROLLER SK A'rNG RINK 1N TI!E WORLD.
Open each Week-day from 9 A. M.toe12 M.,aan#
from 1 to 4.30 P. M., andi on Wednesday and BStir
day eveninga from 7 to 10.30 e'clock.
THEl BUILDING IS HEKATED.
Qhronle Dises. ya reetahasng preess..
RE RKA jE CURES we'mm
SEN REED '*.Jjjr
The Old Reliable
For Wells 10 to 75 Feet Deep.
New P'rice LIst, Jan. 1, 1879.
0. 0. BL ATCH LEY,
Sal Aai tary of 100pr o
?a exp nses morA IA~ larqee a haaea1sell our
mlab~ fiA * S rAn.Z
6I4r sut-niss I Mi to 'eQ i youig m11an
like you here," said Judge lBowker to at
young fellow who had been whooping
it over night. " You filled yourself up
with ain enemy to deprive yourself of'
bra.at," proceeded the court, rearrang
ing his spectacles and glaring at the
nilprit. " Now, here you are, a younsg
man of intelligence With good clothes
on. and doubtless you have at mother
and sisters who think a good deal nore
ot'you than I do. You've been sent to
school and taught how to earn a good
living. In return for all this you go
screainlig around the streets at mid
night., tearling down signs and making
a wild beast of yourself. I- that like
a reasonable creature? No, of' course
it Isn't. Nov, I'm going to te-ch you
a lesson, young man. You Ieednti't
titrn pale, lor it won't help yout any.
Have you got any chewing tobacco?
chew more and drink less, like I do.
You're discharged. Next time you
take a drink think o1' y kintiness and11
ref riin from the dc.basing habit. Eh ?
Well, I (lon't cnre If I do. Avery,
won't you collie and join with this
young gentleman ?"
" Tim WHATHIEIL has undergone a
great many changes-a great muny
changes," misedi Mr. Smiley, as lie
took his ulster from its nook of retire
ment for the seventh time this season.
" You could depend upon Something
settled this time of the year wIheni I
was a young man, but sice this new
fangled Probabilities man has taken
charge of winds and waves, everything
hits gone topsy-turvy. Ile seems to
have woiderflul control of the elements'
now, I tell you. Why, the other morn
Ing tile sui popped up above the hori
zon ats bright, as a pewter platter, and 1
thought I should get some pens plaited
before noon. But- Old ProbabilIties,
iilas Indications, read ' light rain, pos
sibly sniw,' and i'll be smitten if there
wasn't six Inches of snow before din
tier was over. There'll be no peas this
year, Ifi he's going to keep tile weather
ontiact." Aid the old gentleman
turned t 1118 coat collar, dititi (ieCcte( ly
strolledi down to the natrket to see what
was left over fro.n last year that would
boll up nice and tender (or greens.
NorING can reach out further than
a cough at clurch. I m1ay come fromn
the remotest, corner of the rear, but Its
3choe tickles the throat of those ill
riont, and then creops down the itisfe
ind touches the ushers, and floats fromt
lie ehicir to the minister, and never
loses its hold till It has wrung a symnpa
thetic explosion from every victim.
('erhaps you've noticed it.
PRACTICAL YANK H.C-" Well, yeS, sir.
I give inl to you. Shikespeare wats a
genulus. But he didn'tseeui to put it to
t practical use. Never beneitted civi
Ization with a washing-machine, nor a
pmtent, turnip-petler, nor anything o'
hat sort. Still, lie was a snart. man.''
"WIrAT," asked Proessor Mills of
.he smiart boy inl the history class,
what did the pilgrim fatners first, do.
it'ter landing at Plymouth Rook?'
, Licked a hiackman," replied the smart
bad boy, who went to Niagara wilth his
parents last vacation
Ar A recent hall storin In Fiorida the
,tones were as large us hens' eggs. Tle
roolisli Floridians allowed then to ielt,
but Connecticut folks would have
painted then white, and then spippel
thetm to New Yoirk as genui en
'"SAM," said one little urchin to atn
otheri-" Satm, does your schoolmaster'
ever give you any rewards of mnerit?"
" b 'pose lhe does,'' was the reply ; "lhe
gives me a lickin' every (lay, and salys
I mncmit two.'
A MAN may be a (liy dreamer ; he inay
tatke tio in tercst In Oeey-daiy aiffatits; in
the busy world he may be as a drone in
a hive-but just Step cii his p~et corn,
anid see how quickly lie wvill wake iup.
TIIEv man who comes to tihe station
two intutes behintd time, and sees the
traitn stainitg ouit itt the oilier end(, die
t'ives 1n0 satist'action from the proverb,
"Better late titban inever."
THEim man11 who got into a barber's
chair, pinnled tihe noewspaper roulnd his
neck, aiid begatn to read the towel, ma~ty
be calleu atbsent minded.
A nULL clergyimani once stid to 8some
boys in the gallery, " Don't make so
mutchi noise up there, or you will awake
y'our parents below."
Tutim wiages of' sin we believe are tnot
paid in trade dlollars.
No BIRD is actualliy oli the winig Th'le
-.itngs are on the bird.
THiE early bird Catches the bronchitis.
hAinI to beat-The sprinjg carpet.
Thank God for Anakeas il!
WEVL.F LET~x, IA~S,., April 10, 1878.
MIE68Rs. NED -TAEDTRl & Co.
Dear Sirs: Enclosed you will find one dollar,
for whieh pleaseo send me a box of Anakc.,is.
Direct it to Mu forri Rich, Jr., Wellfloet, B.trn
stable Co., Masse. My wife has suffero.1 ierribly
wibh piles for ten years, and had tried all kinds
of remedies that she could hear of Without
mn'oh relief. Last summer I happened to hear
of A nakesis when I was in Bostont an A so I
'procured a box and she experienced immediate
relief. 8he says &.he can, exclaim with the cole
brated professor: Thank God for Anakesis./
Size aave part of the contents of thze iiox to a
friend of her's in Provincetown. and they
hlelped her SO that She sent the next day andl
bought some. The moat of the inhaulitaint- of
this p lace and vicinity are sea-farin~g peoplo,
and by being exposed to wet and coltI, and
bard ,ulliog at ropes. nine out of ten are trou
bled wth piles, and have tried so many reme.
dies without relief that they are discuraged
and haye no falth in anything, but I know that
they are a good artimle. Now I will toil you
my plan; I am a peddler and travel ini Barn
stablo county, anzd times are so hard that
money is verv scarce, but if Ican alford it this
summer I WAnt to bay about a dozen boxes on
purpose to give away to the unbehtevers. and I
think that by so doIng. and being acquainted
w th so many people, that I could get up quite
a trade in Anakeala if yonl would gIve moe tho
sole rIght of thIs county.
MUL'IORD RICH, Jn.
A nakesia is sold by all first-class drug atists.
Price .1 00) per box. Samples mailed free to
all sufferers, on application to P. Nous aodtor
& Co., Box 30I0. New York.
Travelling is Extra-Hasardtou.
If the tourst is unt rovided cith some medIc
Itnal resource. Changes of temnperature, food
and water of an untacoustomled or unwhole
some qualiiy, and a r ute0 that lies inm the
tropics or o.her regions where malaria exists,
are each and all fraught with danger to 0n0
who has been improvident enough to no.lect
a remoetiiai safeguard. Thte concurret testi
mony of manay voyagamura by land anid sea es
tablishes the fact that Hloetetter's Stomach
Bitt rs eniables those who use it to 'encoulnter
hazards of the unatuir-referred to with impn.
nity ; amnd tiat, as a medicine adapted to suid
den and unexpected exigencies. it is pecu
liarly valuable. IDisordera of the liver. the
bowels and the stomach, fever and agile,
rheumatism amid nerVous ailments, brouight
on by exposure, are among the maladies to
which emigrante, 6 avelors and m ow settlers
are IuosPI subject. These and other, yield to
the atitton of the Bittfre promptif anid cam:.
Ii You Would EnJ Geod4 Health Take
Iro1m the Honorable Thrlow Week
INDORSING DR. RADWAY'S R. It. REMEDIES
AFTRi UsiNG THER FOR 8EVs IAL TEARS.
NEw TonK, Jan. t, ISIT.
DEAR SIR.-Having for several years u4ed yotl
medilines. doubtingly at first, but. alter experi.
encing their eflicacy, w.th full contdence, it 14
no less a pleasure than a duty to thnituiilY
aknowledge the advantage we have deilved
from tit m. The pills are resorted to as ofIe
as occasion r Cquires, and always, with the de.
sired effect. The I'oady lIello e anniot be bet,
ter described Ill in it is by its i-am -. We applY
ith Ilzinient fiequently ano freely, al no0t LU
fariabiy finding the promise.1 "Relief."
TI ul yours, (signeu)
DR. ADWAr. THURLOW WEED.
R. R. R.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORST PAINS
In from One to 20 MInutes.
NOT ONE IUOUR
After reading this advertisement need any ore
SUFFICE WITH PAIN.
fladway's Ready Reilef Is a Cure for
EVERY PAIN. It was the first and Is
The Only Pain Remedy
ihat instantly stops the most excruciating
pains. at ays nflaumations and cures Conges
tions, whether of the Lungs, Siomach. Ho ela,
Or other glands or organs, by one application.
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES,
no matter how violent or excruciating ihe pain,
the RiEUMATIC, Bed-riddon. inlrin, Ciuppled,
Ner.ous, Neuralgic, or prostrated wit.h dlaeaee
RAIDWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTJ NT EASE.
INFLAMMATION OF TI It Ii IDNEYS.
INiFLAMMlATION OP TiiEBLADDE'R,
INFLAMMATION OF TU i E )W isL,
CONGEC'iCN ?iOF'TH lTUNGS,
SORE THROAT, DIFFlItU1,/1 Bits \TillNG.
PA. LPIT1'ATIO.9 0F T1lE Hu.ART,
RIYSTERICS, CItOUP. Dli'l Ill EliA,
CATA tIM, INiLUENZA,
N .|UiAIAJ (A, 1111 UMATISM.
UOLD CHILLS, AUC UHILS,
CHILBLAINS and FiOST-BITES.
'The application of the Reedy Relief to the
part or parts where the pain or diflcuilty exists
will afford case and comfort.
Thirly to sixty drops in hal a tumbler of
water will in a f w moineni curo Cramps,
Spasms, eotur Stomach, .learlburn, Sick ilead
acho. Diarrhea, Dysentery, Colie, Wind i the
Dowels, and nll Internal Pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of
Radway's Ready itllef with them. A few
drops in Water will prevent sickness or pains
fromn change of wat or. It, is bet ter &han Frenoh
brandy or Bitters as a stimullt,.
FEVER anrd AGUE.
Fever and Ague curod for Fifty c ents. There
Is not a remnvial age t in the wol I(hat will
Bure Fever and Agile, and nil other hMalarlous,
Bilous, Scarlel., Typiold. Yellow and other
Fevers (alied by ltadv ays Iills) go quick as
RADW*Y'S READY NELIEF. 00 ct". a bottle.
1HE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER,
FOR THE CURE OF CHRONIC DISEASE,
SCROFULA OR SYPHILITIC, HEIIEDITARY Olt
be it seated in the Lungs or Stomach, Skin ot
Bonen, Flesh or Nei ves. corruptaIn the
solids and vitiating the fluids.
.Chronic Rheumatilsm, Scrnfula, Glandular
Swelliang. Hlacking iDry (!oumzh, Cancerous A a ec
teons byphit ic Counpiainits, Bi eaing or the
Lungs, D, spepsu:~1, Wa t Brash. TVic io eraux,
White Swellings, Tlumo' s. Ulcers, 8in un laniI p
Diseases, Femaie compflnt, , Giot , Dropsy.
Salt, Iheum, Bronchlt.s, Consumption.
Liver Complaint, &c.
Net only does the Sarsaparilltan Rlesoivent
excO, ail remedial agfents in ihe cure of curonio,
Scrofulous, Con-tututional and skin Diseas~es,
but it, is the only positilve cure for
Kidney & Bladder Complaints,
Urinary and Womb Dlisen'ues. Gravel, D11tintes.
Dropsy, Sop 'ageoef Will., r, inconutAen.e o1
Urine, Br;ght~ a u lsi'se. Aibumiinuria a nd in all
cases whie. a there are brick duts.deposils,or tihe
wvater is (hick, cloudy, mnixelil wliu subst ancei
lIke the white of an egg, or thrieads luke whlte
silk, or there is a mor bid. damrk, blhut appear
anco and white bone-dust, deposlts. and when
there is a pricknue, burning sens 'tion when
passing wat er, and pain in the smali of the baCd
and along the loins.
Bold by druggists, PRICE ONE DOLLAR.
OF TEN YEARS' GROW'P11 CURED BYT DR,.
Dr, EADWAY & CO,, 32 Warreu Street,
.DR RAD WAY'S
Perfectly tasiteles's, elegantly coated with sweet
gum, pucggo, regulate, puriry. e (ennse5 and
sire gthenf. Rladway's Pibs for ihe eulro of all
disorders of tihe litomnach, 1.1 or, liowels Kid
neys, Bladder1 Nervous D5ies. ii adachio
Cone tipal loll, (,Ostivencss, In * ifes lonl, JDyspep'
siat, Biljonsne-ss, 1?cyer, inhlainniation of tile
Blowels-,.Piies, and all deranmge.cnts of Ilh - in
ternal viscera. Warrantesti to e ffect a posil ive
cure. l-urely Vegetable, conhaininug no moir
Oury, mineral or deleterious drugs.
ST* Observo thle followIng symptoms, result
ing from disoders of the Digestive Organs:
ConstIpation. Inward Piles, Pealiness of the
Blood in tile Head, Ac dity of the btomach,
Nausea, Itoars burn. Disgeist of Folod, l'uines
or Weight in the Mtomnachn, Solur Eructions, Sinkj
ings or Fiuttermngs In the P'it or tl~e tri'mach
Swimming of the lie .d, Illurried land DiIAlenti
JBreauhing, Fl her' nur at I no llca' t, Choking or
Sunlealing Senlsaltions5 whon in a lylng pOrlur'e
Dlots or W ebs boe o l he Sight. lover' and ul
Pain in Head. Denciency of Perspirattlon. Yei
lowness of Skin and Eyes,- Pain it. tle- Side,
Limbs and t~udden Fiushes of Upai B urning in
A few'doses of RADWAY'S PILLS will free
the bystem irom all of the above named disord.
era. Price 96 cents per box. Mold ay Druggist..
Road," False and True*'"
isend a letter stamp to R A DWAY C 04.. No
i2 Warren -Itreet, New York.
Information worth thousands will bemern.yeq,
TES-Chotcet in the worli-Tmporte'
wlurebu it umenuet ul i ve tot tee-e~
jrol lr. 1100 WT~V~ lsb, 45 Vuiuey Stret,. l
rICAL, REFFINED AND R EOliERiCIIE TASTES.
illly invited to inspect our
T IN G S.
,8teamboat. amnd floarding flousce are respectfuliy
TS, BIODJYJBR US'EL, T APEST~A Y
R A SUPERF[tNES, MA T TINGS,
102, ETC, ETa,./
STNUT St., Philaftdila.
l'QOT N .RN* ' FII.* 005 TIe
NICHOLS, SHEPA RD & CO.,
23attle Creek, Mihla.
ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE
" V1BR . AT OR "
Tl! Matchless G(lan.Sadn . Time-Saviug,
$tor Bayon ig' vra fr9o n'W1 Work, Perfect Citantag
ad ror aSoing Girain from astg
STEM PwerTlarcelierm a Sp1erinity. Special
a of parators madexprely for Staea Power.
E'OUU Unrivaled Steain Tiesher Engines
both Portable and Traction., with Valuable ,mrove.
ments. far beyond any other make or kind.
T~ lIE ENTIRE Thsreshing Expences (and often
th ee to lYe times that asuount) can be ad, by the
Extra Oralu ;.% VED by these Imuproved Machines.
G RAIN Rtaisers wTill not subiblt to the enol%
moos wastage of Gratu and the iferior work done bj
ail other machinek, when once posted on the difrerence.
.N T i y-iahperbr for Whent Oatsi
har, Rye. and ke Grains, but the O.LY AucceSs
Cut Thr=e In laex. Timothy, IMillet, Ciover, and like
heds.. Requires To "attachments or "rebuilding" te
change fron Grain to Roeds.
e Thorough Worktianaillp, Ele ant Finish,
I Perfeiton of Parts. Completeness of 1quismnent, sto.,
our Vtaaton" Thresher Outits are Incomparable.
]AVELOUS for Simpsliciy of Parts, using
Yost hamLone.half the usuat Eei end (lears. Make
Clean Work, with no Littering. or Scatterins.
FOU Sizes of Ser totMde, Hanging
from 91 to Twelec o-rso aso. ad twootyles of IMunt
ed Horse Powers to match.
X1 OR Particulars. Call on our Dealers or
wrte to us tot llutrated Circular, which we mall free
(A Medicine, not @L DrInk.)
ROPS zIUCHU, MANDRAK
T= P9mmeT AND BasT MDrOAL QU
O Ai.T o'rs DIrTrans.
E"'C T CU-.7.3
Diseases of the 1;tomach, Dowel, Blood, Liver
dneys, and Urinary Organs, Norvousness, leo
euncss and especially Female Complaint.
61000 IN GOLD.
rill be paid for a case theywill not cure or help, o
or anything Impure or Injurious found in them.
Ask your druggist for Hop Ditters and try th
afore you sleep. Takeno other.
low Coven CVns Is the swcetes, safest and best
* Askc Children
- Hor PIAD for Stomach, Ltver ad Kidneys
611Wror toall others. Akruggista,
a0. ts an absolute and Irreaistle, cue,,
unenees, Use4 of opium, tobacco and ;tiOOcE
Bend for circular.
shove sold bydrmgset. ep Bittt46 M".On . RcesehM,N.Y
MORGAN & HEADLY,
Impoaers of Diamonds
Mannfacti're'8 of $89cta1a18
.618 SANsoE street, Phlldelplta.
[ilustrated Price List sent to the tradeq
DR. M. W. CASE'S
Is Tonlo, Cordial, .AntI-aitIons.
CURES ACUe, 5cKH"DAfl.5NURAor
Favun AND AoUs, PALvtTArliex, osuro,
ds td siken ,iv pan o eave te system con.
H OWTO BE goi,,
YOUR OWN 'sMus. 1rumdof
DOCTOR. no"*a*tate9' M.1
a em ye euueesioas.u
AND OANTAaafs I
"no 12 MKEDICINE 09 P~iladdha.
isBold bal Daiss neral1 8t i n
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Our Western Borders
A (lomlte and Graphi eiistory of Ameri een o
Cr i omocun Katko eia tel~O years ago.
igAdventures, Captivittes, ora s,Mcoute, eiouer
and 6ports. A book for Bkd and Young ut adull
ARE THE, BES5Te
0. LA.LDRETH & tI0NS. 91 & 98 8. 8IITH fl,,
loaehlaen Gunsl Rsountrt ceetd singl.
JOSe C. GRUBB & CO.,
712 M arket St., Philada.
Those awering an Adlvertisexntent will
conafer a favor upon the Acdvertiaer andl tihe
P'ublisher by statting that theyawo the advers
tisesnens in this journal.(naaning the pasper).
ADAPTED TO THE WVANTS OF THE H10ST ORI'
Residents of this city andstneighaborheood are respect
Parties futrnlshing Churchee, Hlotels, Club Booms
invited to inspect our
TH1E PUBfLIC CENElt
A YMINISTER~S, WIL TONS, VEL VA
BR USSELS, TH RJ E-PLYIS, EXI
O0L . CLOTH5, i
ARE RESPEl'CTFUfLY INVITED TO IN8PECT
In All the New and
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