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Part* Astrononical Museum.-Consid
erable progress has been made with the
now museum now forming at the Paris
Observatory. Among other objects of
historlo interest it will contain a pair
of Mercator's globes, dating from the
middle of the sixteenth century. That
fignring the earth is the first on which
meredians of longitude and parallels o
latitude were aid down. The great
equatorial lakes of Africa, it is reported,
are all to be found on it. The glass cases
contain the first portable meridian cir
cle constructed on Admiral Moueez's
plan; the pendulums of invariable di
mension employed by Captain Fraissi
net and Dupere in their voyages around
the world, for the determination of the
absolute value of the intensity of the
centripetal force and of gravity at dif
ferent points of the earth's surface;
and the apparatus used by M. Cornu,
of the Institute, with a view to deter
mine the veloalty of light from obser
vations made between the Observatory
and the Tower Montlhery. Another
glass case, adds the Journal des Debats,
contains the standard metre of the First
Republie; the toise used in 1738 in Peru
for measuring a degree at the equator;
the toise used In Lapland some short
time afterward for measuring the polar
degree, and the platinum kilogramme
made by the Republican Commission of
Wolghts and Measures. Fresnel's lens,
the first ever gradualed,.is also deposi
ted in the new museum, and the ob
ject-glass of the great astronomer Cas
aim, which he used in successively de
termining the existence of Jupiter's
satellites, Saturn's double ring, the ab
normal flatness of Jupiter's poles, and
the vast velocity of his rotation, as well
as that of Mars. In another or the
cases are to be seen the doubly refract
Ing prisns with the help of which Ara
go measured the diameter of the great
planets, Neptune excepted.
Diffusion of Oopper.-Inr a recent paper
to the French Academy, M. Dieufait
states that copper exists in complete
dissemination throughout the whole
thickness of the prlimordial formations,
the proportioni varying much, but in
no case was It necessary to use inore
than 100 gr. of rock in order to Iso
late the metal. Copper also exists in
all ordinary direct sedimentary d
posits from *primordial rocks, whetlior
Silurian and infra-1ilurian or reaching
into the Trias. It has never been re
cognized directly in sca-wator, but the
last mother waters of the salt marshes
of the Mediterranean contain seine of
it. Thus estimated, one euble metre of
natural Med iterranean water contains
at least 0.01 gr. of copper. The black
Rlime, always very 8sulph rous, depost
ted in natural or articial basins when
sea-water is left to itself, always con
taln copper. The metal is accnuula
ted In sensible quantities in sea-water
wherever this hats long washed the de
bris of primordial rocks; and this cop
per is procilpitated when (as in aband
onment of sea-water to itself in basins
or estuaries) substances are produced
capable of forming insoluble conbina
tions with copper. Titus aire indicated
the conditions of forniation of ores of
copper. One consequence of the dis
semination of copper through the pri
miordial rocks is that all waters miner
alized in this formation or in its imme
diate dependencies should contain cop
The Trypograph.-A new instrument
for mniltiplying copies of le1ers, etc,,
has been introduced Into Engi'nd un
der the name ot tile Trypograph. It
- sOens a modification of 1disoli's clec
trie pen. A sheet of special paper Is
place I on a perforating tablet, and the
writing is done wvith a tirm hmand and a
steel lpointedl stylus. This has the of
teat of piercIng the paper with a num
ber of very minute lperfo'rattins,I
through whiich it is p~ossible to force
iink on to tihe sheet of paper pl1aced be
neath. The making of the stencil is
the most iinp)ortanlt part of the opera
tions. A litle practi'e wvili show the
proper amount of pressure to put upjotn
the stylus and the easiest way of
writing; and this once accomplished, It
will be understood that the number of
copies is limited only by the duration
of the stencils, which can be stored
away for future use, and brou ght out
as required. No press is needed ; all
that is wanted ls something wvith a flat
surface, the means of iholdiing the steni
ci firmly, and a squeegee for scraplng
the Ink over the svrfie.
Poisonous Gas .-Recent experCi~men ts
have demonstrated that the poisonous
effects of oxidle of carbon are much
more virulent thian wer~e supposed, a
much weaker dilution of' this gas In aIr
being, in fact, fatal--that Is, ainy man
or animal that breathos during hall an
hour an atmosphere containing 1,779
part of oxide of carbon, absorbs a suftl
elent quantity of this gas to make half
the red globuies of his blood become in..
capable of absorbing oxygen; and if
thie atmosphere contained merely 1.4419
part of oxide of carbon, one quartoer of
redi globuies of his blood became inea
pable of absorbing oxygen. These ex
periments demonstrate the danger of
several sorts of stoves. Whenever
there is an incomplete combustion, ox
ide of carbon is invarIably produceed.
Narcotic anemia, narcotic cardlacal (dis
oases, are thought to be causedl by this
'ibsorption of the most p~olsonous gas
Paanting in milk is saidh to be nearly
ealto oil painting in body andl dura
blity, while its freedom fromn any of
fensive odor renders its adoption desira
-ble for sick and weakly persons. TIako
halif a gallon of skimmed milk, six
ounces of limo newly slacked, four
oucsof poppy, lInseed or nut oil and
thelim ino a eathe veselorclean
bucket, and having poured on it a sufil
edent quantity of milk to make it about
the thickness of cream, adid the oil in
small quantities at a time, stirring the
mixture with a wooden spatula. Then
putin he estof he ilkand after
Scientific .Facts.--A double weight 19i
-a cast-iron girder ir required1 to give
equal strength with oneol wrought Iron.
Tamiber Is permanently - injured if
mnore than one quarter of the breakiug
weight is placed on it.
-Beams of marble have been employed
in Grecian temples as much as eIghteen
fet in the clear.
The BesS Way to eheer Up,
If you are a despondent invalid, is to grow
~' stronger. This you 'can do if you will take a
piece of advice wblch has the weight of high
medical authority to back It. That is to use
the standard invigorans Hostetter's Stomach
liittra, specially commnended and indorsed by
phyuiolans. Among the bodily troubles which
Sit eieoomes are dysepla, iregularity of the
V ' bewel* liver coin Jmgeneral debility and
4~1. 5fO~jt omplahia1 t is also f udvery
55 in ennterac inig a tenden'o 5to weak
2 , 0 o disorder of thme kidneya and bladder,
an psons -troubled w th shoenaiatl-m
' tbn l orae it as a remedy. ' Its influlence
ion tieentire syatetn is highly brniloeai;
~i 'p oio~ig a it. does the return of sleep and
~4~~ pt f id theO acOson of flesh and
4 ~A t i~n of.thme foii$-ot
ONION CULTUIUE.-The onion appears
to be one of the few exceptions to the
general rule that a rotation of crops
upona any given piece of land Is prefer
able to a continuous Siccessionl of one
and the sane plant. Experienco proves
beyond a doubt that onions may be
cultivated for many successive years
upon the same soil without its showing
the least sign of deterioration, and so
well is this known that it has almost
become an adage anong the cultivators
of this bulb "that an old onion patch is
better than a new one." It is scarcely
to be supposed that onions, or iny oth
er plant which draws nourishmient from
the soil, can be of any benellt to it in
the way of imparting fertility therefore
we may attribute the improved condi
tion of land upon which onions have
been cultivated for several years, to the
dilsiitegration caused by fregqtneit
ploughing and hoeing In order to keep
the plants free of weeds. But leaving
all theories out, we know that onlons
succeed bost on very rich, fine solls,
and very poorly on those of a poor,
tough, tenacious nature ; consequently,
to make the crop prolltable, a manni
needs to be careful in making a selec.
tion for an onion patch. Low land,
which has been artifIcially drained, like
the bottoms contiguous to creeks and
rivers, are usually well adapted to onion
culture. We know of sine quite ex
tensive tracts* which are valued at one
thousand dollars or more an acre, stilm
ply Oii account of their adaptability to
onlion culture, the crop being almost
certaIn, although the season may be
very variable. These low, peaty soils,
when well drained and manured, yield
enormous crops, and are not aflected to
any considerable extent by droughts.
Whlero low, molst soils cannot be ob
tained for oiions, high, dry soils ca n
be made available by ploughing deep
and adding fertilizers. Wherever a
man can tind at ready market for onions
at from forty cents to one dollar per
bushel, he can well afford to spend on1e
to two hundred dollars an acre in the
preparation of the land. Of course,
we do not suppose this to be an annual
expense, but as a priparatory atep for
a perlanent pllailation. Fertilizers of
some kind will need to be applied every
year, but the cost need be but trilling,
if the soil is put In first-rate condition
at the start. The fall is an excellent
time-in fact, tile only proper tiine-to
prepare land to be occupied wit h onions
ini slprlng. Ploughing, subsolling,
draing if necessary, and tihe applica
Lion of any kind of coarsc mantile to be
used, should aill he d10one before Cold
weather sets in. If the land Is thrown
Ilp in ridges, the frosts in winter will
disintegrate the exposed particles and
break down aill luim)s and if coarse,
vegetable imiantures are atpplied, tle
julces will veiieate every portion of'
the surface soil before spring, and be
in conditIon to be taken up by tie plancs
in (lue time.
$AVING )3Y llANDSFUL.-One handful
of hay is not itioh, nor for the matter
of that are twenty haindsful; tihe saving
or wasting of so Iicl would ne ther
inake nor break a man. Blit with
twenty head of cattle to feed twice or
thrice a iday the saving of a handful
apiece, every time, would amount to
something before the pastures are green
again 1pon 011 frost bitten hills D)
you ever think of It ? We are not hint
ing it stinting she cattle. lut how
many of its allow aifnals to waste a
hiandtitul (ach at every feed, for want of
a little attention to feeding arrmaige
ments? How many head of stock oil
our northeri farms requiro a ihandful
more ol hay at every feed to keep up
tile aimaial lheat, than thley woulId re
quirec jf thleir stables had atli the cracks
stopp~ed. aund let in thec cold winds of'
winter' ? A hanlidful of' manurett' Is but
a trIfle ; yet tile adiditionl of a single
hianmlful in a 1h111 of' corn may make tile
dilference between long, ftull ears nad
comes5, How mnany handsful of' manutre
are going to waste every day about 01ur
y'ards tad btuIldings ? Could you not
save hlalif a bushel a day, by being care
futl ? Anad the liquidi mnanumre--s there
not enocugh lost every day to make a
good nmaniy long cairs whiere we shall.
probaibl'y find only nub~binls next failil?
llanidsful of hay ; handsful of ma nuare !
-thlese ar'e small mnattears, say you ?
Yet on Just such small matters diepenids
mtaniy a man's success or' luare ha litfe.
hlere Isla 3111111 thlat aittenlds to It caare
fully, and1( at the enid of twenty or thlir
ty yearls lhe has a compjetency f'or old
age ; anothler neglects thema as benmeathl
is notice, anid is alwvays beha id haml;
he lives and1 dies shlort ini pocket and
shiort in comnfoart. We (do not pr'each
niggardliness; It is by t-avin~g wvhen
we may that we prear(P1e oturselves to
be liberal when we will. Save theo
RAisiNG Coi.'rs.--Th'ere is a crude no
tion pr1evailling thlat hardlshlips make
young stock hardy. A colt thait Is
weaned In the fail, as is comamonly tile
case, should not be allowed to become
poor in Its first winter. It is trtie that
it will often imiprove so rapidlly in
spring thlat Its wraetched conilti on (ltur
inlg the wilnter ill seem areally to have
been an advatntage to It, butt this is a
grave mistake. If the same coaIiition
were impiosedl during thae whole p~eriod
of' grow th theO effect wotld be very pear
ceptible. Alt houghl the su~mmer may
in some degree aremove thae effect in
wyinter', no alnimlal so treated cever be
comles what It might have beena in size,
symmetry of form and usefulness, by
generouts I reatmnent. I believe thlat
there is prollt 11n breeding nice carriage
and dirait iaorses. Asa a general ruile it
costs no more to raIse a goodl colt thnl
a poor one, wvhile the f'ormer' wvill bring
two or thrlee times as mtuch as the lattter.
I have seen colts thlat wvero kept in a
stable (lark as a cellar. A (lark stable
is a poor place to keep a colt.
KERPING APPLECS IN SAND.-A writer
says that lie finds fruit to keel) best ini
perfectly (fry sanad. lHe keeps fruit in
this way all the year r'ounad. He has
hmad French crabs two yeatrs old1. TPhe
Catillac pear las remnained souand t welve
nmoths. Th'ieltrult muast be 80ound( wheln
stored, and the sandl must be quite dIry.
Tihe chief advantages of packing in 81and(
are, the extelusion of air ctrrents, tile
preservation fr'om changes of tempera
ture, and the absorption of mlolasture,
wiclh favors decay. Muoh wvill de
pemad on tile apartment In whlichl the
experitment Is tried; a dry or cool one
EVERIYDODr is pleased with the Im
proved Cairboline, a deodorIzed extract
of petroleutm. It is as clear and him ped
as spr'ing water and was orIginally In..
tenaded by nature ase a panavea for all
diseases of the scalp and akin, and as a
natural hair renewer.
aie, dtn t a nawm Ia "r can aot,".re r. Diut
i ibysyu an iinnont steandy, warrantp to
oui.Uhr Op90eia pha, lraytug in.
-Tlo APPORD IMMEIDIATE ThABPu INI AsTmaiv,tr
e ~ne Ex torab, atc acts mio ip~y
oing the Biansmedie .lDiaeton o ie
afd-tubs. An eustng the ejecufoon of the
mucus which o he.r wh ooin (lou -'
up amid flearseness this edice Is equal
bon eilll hule for iJPtumonarv and brn.
As food, eggs are exceedingly hutri
tious. They are easy ofidigetition, and,
when the shell is Included,-they niay
be said to contain in themselves -all
that is required for the construction of
the body. It has been claimed for them
that they may- be served in about 600
ways, although It Is gonerilly found
that the more simply they are prepared
the more they are approved. Although
ot her eggs than those of birds are eat
en-for Instance, turtle's eggs-it Is
general!y conceded that the eggs of the
common fowl and of the plover possess
the richest and sweetest flavor. An
ordinary lien's egg weighs from one
and a half to two and a half ounces
avoirdupois, atd the quantity of dry
solid mai ter contained lin It amounts to
about 200 grains.. In 100. parts, about
ten parts consist of shell, sixtry of white
and thirty of yolk. 'The white of the
egg eontaius a larger proportion of wa
ter than the yolk. It contalis no fatty
matter. but consists chiefly of albumen
in a disslived sitate. All the fatty mat
ter of the egg is accumulated In the
yolk, which contains relat.l.vely a
simaler proportion of nitrogenotus mat
ter antd a larger proportion of solid
matter, than the white. 1' is said that
raw eggs are more easily digessed than
Lite cooked ones. A hard-boiled egg
presents a decided resistance to gastric
HINTS ON COOKINO Pou LT It.-Steam
Ing Is preferable to bolling for tough
fowls. Remove the threads before
senhding roast fowls 1.0 the table. iI
winter kill tile poultry three (ays to a
week before cooking. Poultry and
game are less nutritious, hub more di
gesti ble than other meats. Singe with
alcohol Instead of paper-a teaspoouful
I suflicient for either turkey or chick
en. Rememnberucth of the skillof cook
Ing poultry in the best man ner (cpends
upon basting fal'.lhfully. To give roast
birds a frothy appearance, dredge, just
before they arc done, with Jlonr and
baste liberally with melted butter.
When onIons are added to stuffing,
chop them so fine that in eating the
mixture one do-s not dleteat their pres
ence by bitIng in a piece. Ladies do
Ing their marketing will do well to re
member that young poultry may be
told by the tipl of the breast bone bemg
soft, aind easily bent between the fln
gers, and when fresh by its bright full
eye, pliant feet and soft moist skin.
SALT Fon THE THiItOAT.-Inl these days
whien diseases of the throat prevail, and
particularly a dry hacking cough,
which is not only distressing to our
selves but to those with whom we are
brouglt into busi ness contact, those
thus aficieted may be benelitted by try
Ing the following remedy : "Last Fall
we were iinduced to try what virtue
thero was iII cornmioni salt Iin about half
a tumbler of cold water, and wit~h this
wo gargled the throat mot eflfetually
just betore each meal time. The re
stilt has been that, during the win er
vwe were not only free from tie usual
coughs and colds, to wi Ich, as far as
our memory extends, we have always
been subject, but the dry, backiiig
cough has eut irely disappeaIred. We
attribute it entirely to time salt gar
gle, and do most heiartly recom
mend It to those of our readers, who
are subject to diseasos of the liroat."1
GRAIAI Jscuirs.-Two cups of
graham Hlotr, one ettp of white Ilour,
one cap of sweet milk, t.wo tablespoon
All of brown sugar, four tablospoon
fuls yeast., ott tablespoonful of ielted
buttetr, one-half teaspoonful salt, and
the samue of soda, dissolve ini hot water.
Mix wvell together, except time soda, to
rIse over n ight. anmd in the morninug
adld the soda: knead quickly and roll
about haltf ani luich tick, cut out, and
let them rise about fifteen minutes be
COTTAOE P3UDDIN.-T1wo eggs, half
eupi of sngar well-beaten togetheot , addl
five talespoonls melted butter, stir
well, theta addl cup of swveet mIlk, tea
spoon1 soda, two of cream-of-tartar, 2%
cups of flotur; bake In square tins,
and serve with sauce mad~e as follows,
whieh 1a nilce for aitmort anay pui~dding:
teneup of suigar, teacup of vinegar;
teaup of water; set over the fire and
whieni it boils add a tablespoon of flour
and butter rubbed together.
RAKED TnoUT.-Put inside the fish
a pie(ce of butter the size of an egg, in
to wvthi a duae qutantlty ot salt, pow
diered pepper aind mintced parsley have
beeni worked. Lay it in a baki:ug dish
lilenaltiul3y buttered, sprlnkle pelpper
andi stalt over it, then lay a pIece of
4)11ed paper oni the fish, and bake it in
a mioderate oven for about haalf an hour,
more or less, accordinug to the' size of
the ish. Serve garnisshe~d wIth pieces
TARRAGON VIN.OA R. - TPake some
tarragon ; let it dry In the sun, put it
Into a jar, which fl wvithvinegar. Let
It infuse for a fortnIght, then draw it
(off, express all the liqauid from the
dregs, andt filter the whole; bottle It,
cork it tightly, and keel) in a cool pla-:c.
FnUrr PUDDINO.-One bowlful of
nice thick cream, 2 eggs, teaspoon sal
erautus ; mix and roll It nearly an Inch
thIck, then spread wvith fruit and roll
up and boll or steam Iin a sack for two
hours. Eat wIth cream and sugar.
Nosn BLEEcD.-If the use of cold wa
ter illh not stop the bleeding, place
piowdered alum In the niose and leave it
there until the wounded vein is healed.
OLD boot-tops, cut Into pieceg the
right sIze and lIned make exoellent
Irona-holdors. The leather keeps all
heat awvay from the hand.
FEEBLE LA DIEcS.-.Trhose languid, tire
some sensatIons, causing you to feel
scarcely able to be on your feet; that
constant draina that Is takIng from your
systemi all Its elastity -tuIIng the,
bloom from your chiecs; that con
tInual strailn upon youar vItal forces,
rendcrinag you irritable and fretful, csan
easIly be removed by the use of that
marvelous remedy, Ihop BItters. .Irreg
ularIties and obstructions of your sys
tem are rollevedh at once, whale the
specil cause of perIodIcal pain Is per
mtanently removed WIll you laced
SUDDEN CHIANGE8S OF THE WEATHER
often calaso Paul monary, Bironehial, unda
A eth matic troubles, "Broton's Biron
chiaJ Trochaea" wvill allay Irritation,
wich oaInduces. coughinlg, oftentImes,
IgIving immrediate relef.
Efver motheri in the land ahnuld know the vatud of
isire from opt to ru Price2c cets a botle.
DR PIerce's Extract of Smart-wyeed'
is a compound fluid dxtract of smart
weedl, or water-pepper, Jamaiea gin
get and other ingredientsi known to be
eilleaoious In ouring colle, diarrhoa
dysentery, blood-flux, and) .kindred arf
feetions, It also breaks up colds, te
vers and inftammiitoty attacks, Sold)
by all druggists,
- ; -L
I WANT TO KNOw.-Mrs. --," inter
rij)ted Itubbard : "I want lo know on
which side of your house the L is,
north, south, east or west?"
"It's onl this side," replied the lady
motioning with her hand.
"The11 eal'sille?" ' '. ." '*I "
"ITI Io west side ?"
"No, it's straight across from Mrs.
B.'s parlor window, not twenty feet
from it, you --.
"Mrs. - ," shouted' tho Captain,
"will you tell me if that i is on the
cast, west, north or south side of your
"It ain't on ally side ot the horuse,'
replied the witness, compressing her
lips; "It's at the end. You know it
as well as I do. You've seen it many
times and it. aint no use "'
"CoMO, conme, Mrs. - ," interrupt
ed Judge CrotmerI "tell the gentleman
where the L of your house Is situated."
"'Haven't I bleen te!lng him just as
plain as I could?"
"Where is fihe L, situated?" said
"Right in %he lot, back against the
end of the house."
'"Will you anwer my question?"
shouted the fiffable Captain, running
up hi hair in desperation.
"IV hat question ?"
"Is the L oi the eat, west, north or
sonuth side of the house I"
"Jiudge, I've told himl) Iluit as plain
ats ever at woman could. I didn't come0
here to be sassed by Io one-horse law
yer. I know him, and his fither be
'ore hii hn. Ie ain't got nto bush iness
putting onl airs. What kind ora faim
'Salmnce I" thundered Cromer.
"'Now, Alrs. -,- whlch side of your
houase does the sun Ise on ?"
'"T'hat o1,"sai( tile witness idleat
"Is the L on that side ?"
"Tile) it's on tho east side."
"Why didn't you say so, thent?"
asked the exasperated Captain.
"'Cause you ueyer asked m1e, you
bail -headed old snipe. I know a thing
"That will do,"said Hu11 bard. "Take
the witness,"' hoAdded, turning to Ton
Wren, the opposing counsel.
A Ion REcodMKMENDATION.-One
night a clever Irish actor's tiouse-maild,
who had never been to a theatre, was
sent to see her master play "Teddy the
Tiler," ''Well, how did you like the
play, Katty?" inquired her mistress
teio lext; morning. Och, m1a'aml, it was
beautiful-thle finest I ever saw I Many
thanks to you, ina'am for trating 3mte to
thatsame.""D11 d n volt see yoir mas
ter, Katity ?" "lndeed and I did,
'm11,91'111."1 "And how did he look?"
"Och, like a raal gentleman every
inch, when he got out of his work
Ing clothes I" "And how did he act,
Katty?"' "Why, truth be told, miia'aim
I ean't say much for his acting. Pat
Rooney, or Tm Flannigan. or any oth
er tiler would have donejust as he did.
Nooffence,ima'am;but ifli hadn't known
it was master, I shouldn't have taken
it for acting.'' "But didn't he make
you laugh, Katty ?" "Indeed and 11e
didn't 1111'a1m. AMy heart was too heavy
for that.'' Too heavy ?" "Troth it
was, mua'an.'' -What do you mnean,
child ?'' '"Oeh0, och, don't ax, ina'ail
don't ax.'' "Not ask?" "You'd bet
ter noL ina'am-you'd bet'er not; you
woll't if you're wise. Och, o0h, 8t0h
a handsome,. such a gooo-natured lady
-och,och 1 "I ingist upon knowing
whiat you nmean thii inlstant!1" "Then
If I mullst spatke, aia'amn, tihe master'S
'"Och, scan~dalous, mna'am scandalous I
Maiy I die if ho dlin't kiss eye'-y lady
1e came11 near, without mentloninig tihe
AT a Lultheran Chlurch in Louisville
meently a nlovel entertain ment was an
loueed theo principal feature of wvhil
wais the ceronty of "breaking the
little brown m~onley-jugs.', Annexed
ir few point1s of the programme:
"Jugs brokenl. .. :
"More jugs broken.
"some good readinlgs
"More and m Iore jugs broken.
"Add ititonai julgs broken.
"And again stilt more julgs broken.
"IS y'our folks rich, Johnnie ?" said
a small b~oy to a trlam-looking ulrchin as
they sait ill tihe gioami waiting to kill
cats. "Purty wvell off; do old mana
ownis a dog, mother's got a silk dress,
I trot a rabbit. Is your folks wealthy?''
"No we ain't got no dog or rabbit, bit
mother's got a silk dress." "Wihat did
yer, ask mec for?" "Uos mother says
she thinks your folks are poor. She
looked out o a your clothaes-line yester
day, an' she only' saw two shlirts, anl' a
pair o' socks, an a nightcap!(" The oat
killIng was resu~med.
A lMon tarred afd fsithered a comic
singer out wvest for-eloping with anloth
er man's wife, ills nmanager-bIlls 1h11m
nIow as thte "Groat Focathiered Song
NEVEn despise a mvustaebe when it is
down. It may bristle up and make a
good showninn tune. y
TrERE 18 no0 nedessity of "keeping
your powder dry," when you are load
in~g a squirt-gun.
A PRETTY girl has a right to bare
arms. And most of themn had jnst as
sleeve do it.
ONE EXCPURENCE FROf N'.'I U
hlad been sick. and( iirale.'s6 3ong
and had caused my husband so much
trouble and expen~se, no one seerned to
know what ailed meO, that I was comn
p letely disheartenedl and , discour gedJ
In this frame oflnh/d I got' a hottd'of
Ilop Bitters and used them unknown
to my family. I soon began to im
prove andl gained so fast that~ mly-hkis.
band and( family tiought& It Mritage 5.1nd-'
unnl~atura'l, but when I told them ihat
had helped me, they said 'Hurrah for
flop B itters1-long- i.. y hey rprospor,
for thea' have hnade'mrltirel"rll and us
happy. "-Tile Mother.
MARY 11ad N'iltI liimi, IO.Ae$ddias
white as snow, sho washed itoft with
Dobbins' Soap; and Mags;w,hat 1made
it so. (miade by Crags n & Co,, Philadol
dhla, iPa.) TJry It 03100. l
.pleasant ti take; overy d Ilt
DDNs'T TauI'rontsai rals..ii. ents
lotIons, eleotuarie-q a All mtAnr of qa
niostimme are A waste of ime stad by,
only' AIIsoLtara Zk*AIt.iibl.' 'ou1 ffor this
pinul disease is ANAKE8iI8, discovereod'by
Dr. Scs., It has laon pr ape4 edscena
tib lI me as thes hApplebt very ado ia
medicine for 200 vears .It affords instant g
lef from yati i th e WotW6VOdhM4 A'66r
more than 20 000' autrr pdEanenty/dAll
dooters proscribe it. Nna est4"i se wa.
bymai on rocqipt ofprio*,O lr box.
afsd's German .UiUera.
Foi PiuPLue on the Veow, use IlteskeWs TP4
Tnic provalidk faphioln for silk nookero'iofN
and handkerchiefs -for ladios. and obildron is
motltig witn nioritod favor.
Ir YOu Would Enjoy (lood Health Take
Uooland's German Ilers.
Micekells Totter QIaigment Will ouro ovory
orm of To tor.
*,1425 50 rroilts in 30 Dlays.
$10 in legitimate Stock Spoculations in Wal
street pk mitnimoer so profits. Pamphleta exi
plaining overythilg sont freo. HIICATU & Co..
Urokors, 12Wd Broadway, N. Y.
IF Yr u are Dysaotio Itoofland's Grimat
Bitters will ouro .an
IV Yoi' Livoi l Drdorddred Aooland' beltr
man Bilfers will het it aright.
WILL CURE RHEUMAlISM.
Alit. AI.nIRIIT CRoOEER, the Wiell-known druggi t
and aioi hecary, of .-pritigvale." 3., alwai s ad
vist's eveoy ooe troubled with Ritoutattsa to
eoad Ais Ntatentents
-PRitNU VALE,, MX ., OC t, 12, 1870.
Sit If. It. sT'vXNs:
DNAit Sia.-Flift,een ears :igo last fall I wag
take s.eki with rhoumatnism, was unable to
in-ve untill me next. April. rOmit It hat time in
till hiree yea.s ago iis fall Isuffere-I everyt hing
ivitlh rheumatism. Somet,imnes there nould be
wecks att a line i hat I cotud not s'1p one step:
these ati acki were quite oftn. ( iufrced
everything that a man cotlid. OVer threo Yars
ago last spring .1 comaiicedI taking VegOelno,
aad rollowett it up until I had taken sovi n bot
t-les;.s bIve)ad no rheumatin bince that tine.
I al % tays adviso every one t.hat Is trtibled wich
rlheumatistn to try V'egetine, and -not siffer for
years as I h eve Ione. Tis btatemont I gratul.
tous as fari as Mr. Stover is concerned.
Yours. etc., ALBEIti C11OUKEI,
Firm o A. t rooker & Co.,
Druggl ts ahd Apothecarles.
Has Eutirely Cured Me,
Ai. 11, I. ST RVENs; BOSTON, 0;t. 1870.
DNAit siut. -My (latiglitor, aft er having a severe
attack of Whoop ng Cough. was left a a teeble
stato or healtil. Being advlised by a friendt she
I ri. d the Veel Ino, and after Utsing a few bot
ties was fully restored to health.
I laye bees a greatsuire.er froin heumatisim.
I have taken several bottles ot the Vegeilne for
this complmilit, and am happy to say It I is eni,
tirely cur'd nie. t have reconmmentied the V3
etine to others with Il) saie gooid resuils W.
Is a great.eleanser and lrllfer of !he bloo.1 : it
Is pleasant to ake ant i cheerfully reconimend
It. JAM ES MOlt -E $1:4 Atho smtret.
"Vegetl ne,'' safyS a Boston pliysielau "hi s no
eqn a bTood puiriler. I lqn tig (1t -1a '1flao
w etful leuros, after d1l Other ro.ae les ei
filed, t-visited the laboatery and convinced
1nyself of its genuine Inerit. It s .r9m ared
from barks, roats and herbs, ea-h of wh ch is
highly effectle, and thoy are compounded In
such a manner as to produce astouls..Ing re
H. R. STEVENS, BOsToxN, MAss.
Vegetine Is Sold by all Druggiats.
JUSTI OUT s
BELLS OF CORNEVILLE.
A handsome and cnmp ote til lnn o1 the" B IIs of
Jornnvillo" by i'lanquoetto, is now ready; and al the
nc-ic ,thoactii .scenery aned cosnucming are quite
vItin tiv) in~ ah u% tuatpurs It Ai sic. to b ox
:iisvoly given sal pnjoyed. I'r i'ty, lively Frei.-oh
village souea,- contrasting 'with ovouilts in 1ho
aimtoi csteti, mrake a eprtiod combiuation. Words
inobj. ctonebio. Price. 61 &1.
WHIIT E hISREW. the ie W Sunday Fo'~ool Son
liuot, by Auibay amietMuconr, bids fair to be- on -o
theimosjt suicessfu. bo.,ks of Its clinsq, as It Is une
islably onecofithe sweretest aned b- e. It w i. pay to
buy one, if onrly lo sing from iat home. Prlco aocts.
VOICE OP WOtR%3hP, (L. 0. Emerson,) 69
per 'I. Zen.
TUNE 'F.EYPLE,[ f tV . Perkins,) 8S por do.
New Mlethod iour Minghug Classes, (A. N.
Johnscon,j *id per dioSenl.
Trho above a';o our three newest Sliging rohool
ioks, Tiao tilse two'have a lull set of tunes foe?
See full ii.'s of New Sheet 3 usio every wock In
the MI 1tAls RE ''RD . Tl - io wayto keep
well Informod of~ all n0ew rsisn. Maded for 6Bcts.
Watt for these hooks, (nlmnost through the pi-essh:
Tesnperincea ewet. J11I. Temny.
I'ro4agasaj Instrtagtion IBo6U.A.N
Oliver DItson & Co., Boston.
J. E. D1TSON & CO. 922 Chestont St.. Phila.
Those allswering an .Advgrtisien will
confer a ravor upn thte AdvertIser and the
PublIsher bystating that thtey saw the adver
tisement. in thlcciourna \(namlug the paper),
isT th Cheaest frst-ea ls Panos intys
enas'ke,--'04ki sbad et p wes. or send gbe
Ilustrated Cataeogue nld-Ps-reiisl, .
Wareroons: 61O Areia Streets
ARE THE BEST.
D.,I*ANDflKETU .M~ON, 21 A 288.85ZZTliteet
Diet ais? a i dr eqso ftnseenn
ibsae uiampe, and1 imenion this paper, and tdei
comiflon B~la rPJm -d;.i Evaptiolb,-NE
IeuaS -tjssotsal laae oatused I
414 ~br ,t f tali aiE't c z
M-dca . 9jOy aaloe l itated e~al
grenatstmodical di a or of,the ger Bo t
R~s E R R sede*
RETAIN THE HEAT LONGER.
DONOT BURN THEHAND.
SON BOTH WAYS.A
C HE:A . F
(A edicie, not a Detalw.
12OMa AUCDU. qMADAEM
'EEPense AND RBxgetaamAW gtt
OF A"~t OTURS 2&2rva&
DiINe Or thes:toCDNDCTNoveMlEoodNre
IdnS, and Urinary Organs, Nervousm in. e
uans Auopeelally Female Camp,"&"s
$10R IN H OLNE
mB be paid for a sn toerrf not emr or let, e
or anything Impar or inftrou found it1a e
Ask YOar druggst for Hop Bte~rl And trhe;
O4 e seP. Tk e no the.
CAM"C. I oWMd".. arin.)
TAW ]PAS for19 Ngh
Bper tor to e a all o e n
IV% abl. dad tim e...n
w ot omatc ontbac eamo ,
E 6 N a' E rl Muuaa' A s NJ to.ae'".l
a,0 IN GOLD
Imo.~~bn tmrse Iros Oaounds
ash om ntU s Ow HBitand 3y
moneraou sre Yh uso seheue e
~e s t. wwo*emti m.
w orin fo oalt h t, Wl~er not somn
a etar t5 n bot.Askun t
. lO"BSa'a d ,rwim.*i',e m
n l e d el r d t tr i aal u
E~TIILMEFD I*84 t
Impaer on Diands
IanllI'tandi odnr Spectain,
C H YGEN BANTH GOOD TH
TbUorlsPI Pal, iny orkat Aned.mca
Memair, nCh afi s am p eias d uing . ea
Riiabb eal w it nI kefa %,atn 'et e h i, to
aneqdo . an i. BL itoH ciL
trtoms ARRtpeto a'r.e choi'ibladn
andlo p~eet1s wor rIs MO NT i v
Decfl orn Id Sieh
For ulld .norptln ad cetr i term hai es t
Pianoand rgan a
adoae ifon pric e. I'~u ' u p 40 n tor -
Yr . F~ Ms. ON prce Dallar, wort, .
891 usEA n Itw ret IoQoUI a
Romea* y ail e ie
51000oglocotd o tnding in 1rn
and orin oase In td
ed i m e t i ary a gio a e
D.. fer'ig ists. ~ aePi.. te. B
nfdr te 80 ntbyalbe.otfL a Mv
lwB *esTab t nd
BLTHL*' U P
Health of Body Is Wealth of Mind,
Ra a's Sarsapi'ina Resolvent,
Pure blood makes sound flesh, strong bon and
a o oar skin. Ityou would have your flesh frm
your bones sound. without carles; and your co,n.
ple1on fatir, Use I ad way's salrsaprillian
A GRATEFUL RECOGNITION.
"To cure a CHRONIC or LONO STAWDiNO DI sAsa
is truly a victory in i he healing art; that r'ason.
ing power that cl-arly discerns DPKCor aud sup.
p-s a remedy; i hat restores step by st-p-by
degrecs-tho -body which has been slowly at
tacked an I weakened by in Insidious <tisease,
not only commands our respect but deserves
ourg ratiudie. Dr. Rowiway has firnished men.
kind Willi that wonderful reniody, Radway's
Samrsapairtillaa Resolvent. which accom.
plishes thI rmiult, and suffering humanity,
who draw out an oxisteuico or pain and disease.
thiough long days and long nights, owo him
their gratitu.ie. "--11e4 'M Xrenngdr.
FALSE AND TRUE.
We extract from Dr. YTadway's "T catise on
discaso and Its Cure," as follows:
aist of Diseases Vuured by
Chronic Skin Disomes, Carles of the Done
Humors in the Blood, Borofulous DIse seg. Bad
or unnal ural ima't or Body, Syphilis and Vone
ronal. fever Sores. Chronic or. old Ulcers, gait
Itheum, Rickets, White Swolling, Sal i 11ed,
Uterine AiTections, Cankers Oli ular bwell
int, Nodes. Wasting and I)ec.sy of the Body.
imples and tilotenes Tumors.- Dy-tie;>-la. Kid.
noy a-d Iladdor Dis'easos, (Iirnilc lIth uinatism
and Gor. UCnnumptton, Or ivq and Calculous
D(pos~it, ani 'ariet~ies of he abov" co uplaints
to which sortimos aro given specious inmes.
We a'sort Uit ihero is no known remedy miat
possesses the curative power over' these dill
eiSes th .t ItAnwAY'd P114O.VMNT furnishi's. It
cures. t.tep by step surely, from the founda
tion. and restijros the injured pat.r% to their
sound contiitilnn. T'lin westit' of Oio body
a'o stoIpsved ntfd laealiby biool is suep.
pblied to thme syntena, from which now ma
tuirlal I formed. Tools is the fl-st co -ective
p'iwer of IAnwAYtS tSOtVENT. In cabeg where
I lie systein has been salivated arid Miercury,
Quicksilver, Corrosive Stb!inate have acntii.
luted and beeono d'posited In the nones, joints
etc.. causing cartes or the hones, ricke s. sina
curvature.3, cont rtions. white swel pg s, vari
cose veins. etc., the SAtsaAutPt,14r will resolve
away those depositsn ae xterminate the virus
of the dIsease from the system.
If those Who are taking th se medicines for
the cure of Chrone, Scr .Zulous or 8syphilitic 'is
cages. however slow in ty b Ihe ouro, "ie'l bet
, cr," ant fInd their general health improving,
thi1r lie 4 and weightt increasing. or even keep
ing Its own. i a sure sign th it the cure is pro
gressing. In those diseases the patient either
gti better or worse-the virua or thi disease
it not Inactivc; it not nrrested and driv-n from
the blood it will spread tuid eontinue to uder
mine the constitution. As soon as the HARSA
PAn LIJAN inake tihe pal lent [Pl be ter..every
hour you will grow better and Increesoin health,
strength and flesh.
The removal of thoso tumors by RADwAY's
1-soivxymr Is now so certainty oitablished that
whi:tt w-ts once co isidered almo t miraculous a
niow a co nion recogula -d ct by all parties.
Witne a the cases of ilannaht P. Kn ipp. Mrs. C.
Krapf. hirs. J. 11. Jolly and Mrs. P1. D. liendrix
pub-ishe I in our Alm inao for 1879; alant that of
rs ibbins. ,n the present edition of our
,,False and True."
One Dollar per -Bottle.
Only requires minutes, noi hours, to relleve
pain and cure acute disease.
Radwa's Ready Relief,
In from one to twenty minutes, never falls to
rellevo. PAIN with e no thoroli appiIc tion.
No matter how viol 'nt or exeruciatrng the Ain
the RitUEUN ATI a Ded-rlidoli, Inlirm, Crppleo.
Nervous, Neuralo, or p osir tedd with disease
may suifer, ,& 1WAY'd READY REIEF will
afford Instant ease.
Inflamnation of ti'ie KidnejA, Inflamna
tian of the isladier, Iniianiatio of the
Bowels, congesttion of 'ti' L.unges, More
Throat, Difflatit Breathing, Palpitation of
the Heanrt, i1ysterles, Croup, &iphltierla,
Catarrih, Influensa, leeadache, TuothkaeIe,
Neuralgia, 1Ulennelain, cold Chills.,
Agueo Chills, Chilblainss, IFrost lites,
Bruises.. nunuor Oomnphiilests, Cough.,
Cold, tprainas. l'atns in ttae Chient, Daot or
Limbs, ai' iustantiy relieved.
FEVER AND AGUE.
lever and Ag ue cured for Fifty Cents. There
is not a remedial agent in t he World that wIll
cure Fever and Aue .and all othnr Maiariousi,
Bilious, Scariots, 'poid, Yello anti ether
fevers (aided by II DwAY's PILts) p0 quick as
RAowAY's READT RELiatP.
It will in a ewv moments, when tiken accord
ing to directions, cure Cramps Spasms, Sour
Stomach, Heartburn, Sick Headabihe, Diarrhc i
Dysentery, Colic, Wind in the B9wels, and all
Travelers should always carry a bottle of R AD
iVAY 5 READY REniBP with them. A few drops
in water wIll prevent sickness or pains from
ehange of water. jt is better than French
brandy or bitters as a stimutlant.
Einers anud Lunaberanen should always
00 provided with it.
All remedial agents capable of destroying life
by an overdo-e should bie avoided. Morpnine
opium, strychnine, arflie, hyoiciamus, and
other powerful re medies, does ati cer tain tImes,
in very small doses, reii 'the D-itient during
their actiton in -the , sytem, But pndrhaps the
second dose, If ropeated, may ag avato and in
eroisse'the sufferi ig, and- another don- causne
.ieathe Tthere is no necessity for using these
anmcurt~Ain agents when a positive ' remedy like
RiADWAYs iRADY RhLEF wvill stop tl e uanst ex.
TEE TRUE RE luEP.
RAD.WAT's READY itPu is the only remediaj
agent in vogute that will nusta tiny stoppain.
WI ftyr Cents per m~ostle.
R0d(ways Regudating Pjlls,
ble and Natural in teea',O)pergtion..
A V.BGTABLE SUBBTITURE V',0OCALO)1EL.
Perfectly tasteless, 'elegantly coated with
sweet gumn purge, regu nte, .purify, oleAuse
RIADWAYSa PILLS feor the oiit' of all disorders
of'the 8 omach, Liver,. ilow~ Kldndys Bind.
der, Nervous Diseases, Ileaa ho, Constipation,
Costiveness, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Bllious'
nres, Fever, Inflammation of the Blowels' Piles,
and :all derangements of the Intorna fiscera,
Warralhted to eet a perfect euro ;Purely veg
etabie, containing no mercury, minerals or de1
LV Obser vs the .foiew gsylfnptpms result
ing from Diseases of the l~gstivo Or ~n; Cob
spition, Inward P11 -5, ines i el gl
In teBn.Acidity of the- Smach usea,4
Heartburn, Disgust of Food, Fullness or Weighn.
PFltttering at the Hlealt, rThoibo u Sfel'
Vi'sins ahen in aly~en posure,, Dimnesso
and Duill Pain in the Head, Deficiley o Per
ii hnideo CelitLims' and ungFluaa
of Heat, Burning in the Fleish. ,
A few doses of ' RIADA' -PifLs 'wll free tha
systent from i'llithe above-nagles disorders.
* PrIce, 25 Cents per Bosx.
SLD S3Y DRtUctilST'd
JmA D " AASE AUe D.t'UE"
No 8 A or New tor
Information worth thou~didll bo etd
' l e A dd a d a r s
W O R O- ST ER'B
'POCKET DIOTi6NAR',' "ots,
For' ibe School, (h O0fliti'~d I fe' d6i1tiin'ggtd4
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