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The great evoilt of the late trotting
at Oakland, Californin, was the attempt
of St., Julian with runnig mate to
beat the best trotting record, for a
purse of $800. The track was in a very
favorable eonditlon for fast time. Af
ter a short delay St. Julian passed
through the gate and proceeded lel
surely down the Irack to take a little
preparatory exereise previous' to the
trial lin two dashes to eclipse 2. 13}.j, the
record of Rarns, the king 6f the tiot
ting turf. The horse looked wvonder
fully lit amti( Strong, 1111d imioved with
such ease and freedom that those who
had seen hilim make a mile at Stockton,
and (10 even faster time at, San Jose,
were confident that lie would lower
that record, but wo:e too skeptical to
Imagine that the name of St. Julian
would be flashed all through the land
with 2.123 to his cri l it. Thi'iere wIS
no betting on the event, but bets wei e
freely ofl'ered at $50 to $25, that, not
ovel in honor of the presence of Gen
oral Grant., would the record of Rarus
be beaten. At the second attempt the
bay gelding, disdainig the aid of the
running mate, came down to the score
at a grand swinging gait, and lickok
nodding aisseit, the bell sotuided, aid
St. Julian sped along oin his first trial.
General Grant stooti in the corner of
the grand stand nearest tihe distance
pole, and followed with an hitense gaze
the fleeting aimal as lie passed around
the lower turn, and when he reached
the quarter mile in 33 seconds, or at a
2.12 galt, there was a peiceptible move
mont of surprise that was I intenvilled
as the noble horse still increasedi his
stride and reached tho half lin 1,05,41
or tile second quarter at t lie rate of 2.01).
There was a subdued imniumr, and the
spectators became seemingly imbned
with the idea of witnIessitig at grand
performiance as SI-. Jdi han sped Oin hi
way and reaehei the th bree clua rter pole
in 1.40, or the Lird (Iarter at. e rate
of 2.10, bit when well into the home
stretch he againI icreanld hi? Strilde,
and urged to hi s utmo.st, lie ame along
with a maignileent Step, anl -mssefd un
dortho wire in the mnprecedeit-ed tine
of 2.12%4f withouit the lightest skip or
break, the last juiarter bhing made at
the superb galt of 2.11 to the mile. 1
ill time spectators of the fcat Io one
showed himniseif mi1oe int ere-ted than
General Grant, who watelhed every
step of the horse, esperllly on the
home stretch, pulinmg his- ('iIYar Vigor.
ously as the match betwveen horse an11(d
time reached ris coieltusion, and when
the record was proioiced correct, be
yond cavil, he shook )r. I'ardee, the
prestdent, by the hand. The declara
tion of the record was received w iti
great applause, lin whichi the ueneral
Joined heartily, and tle gallant lior-e
and lils skilful triver were received
with rousing cheers as the lat ter return
ed to dismount and to show by thite
scales one pomund over weight. Oe.ieral
Grant was so delighted with the
aehlievement that he went round to St.
Julian's stables betweeni tile heats of
the 2.20 trot to look -- ( hhor-e over an d
cogratul ate Mr. iibek.k.
Amionig the muost. fiamouis of the
wvorld's wailkinig maitces arie some1 01
those recorded iniii military history,.
wvhere the obstacles of heavy burdens
andi dfliclult ground were iidhled to)
those of' time and since. TIhe 1 inai'rb ot'
the heavily-armed Sparta 11s ini .10) i. C.,
fromt Lacethi~mnon to ? a rathioni, cover
lng 150 miles of almost. road Iess couii
try in three udays, ~'~ iitti have earned
high conimiendation ini an1 age of spiort
ing papers. Th'le Consul Nero's mariiebi
to the Metaurius, to sur i''se the Cartha
genhans, (301 BI. C.) lasted tw<- days
and a night., with the slightest possible
intermission, the soldier's takng 10ood
from the hand1( of thle co0unitry' people,
and eating it as they went. ilaninibal's'
retreat from Zuina upon01 Caathiage
brought him to A ndru11menitumn, sixty
three miles distant, betwveen dawn and
nightfatl, the pursuinlg Rtoimns aceom
plishinmg the .saine distanme~ in even less
time. Cosar's Tenth Legioni aeheved .
a parallel feat ini Gaul, wvhile in heayy
mainaiig ord(er. Th'le Bernese~t Swims
wVhen~ suimmoned~ to aid those of Soleiier
in reopellinig aln invasion, ar'e said to
have answeredi the cli so prompltly
that the new-baked loaves whlch they
carried with thbem were barely cold on
heir arrival. Frederiek the Great, on
the hottest day of the terrible suiniii'
time of 1790, lad a kind of' irace with
Marshall Dunn for the oeetipaithlon of
ant important pos8t, both armliieai making
such speed that 200 Prussians andl 300
AKustrlans dropped dead on the hile o1'
march from sheer exhaustion. Fred
erick's youn ger brother, Henury, dnm'
lug the same wvar, imarched for' fll'ty
hours, with only thireo initervenlng
halts. Napoleon's "Old u ard". rec
peatedly made sixty mIles in a day (lurl
ing the grea1t campaign of 1813; lad
one of tihe Rhussian r'egiments in Cen
tral Asin is stated, on good aut~liority,
to have accomplished seventy-eight.
The similar exp~lolts achieved durIng
the Indian mutiny of 1857, and the
American CivIl War of 1801-5 are too
well known to uneed repetition.
-Th~iere is a maln ini North1 Cariolina
Who, somec years ago, inari'ed the wI
dow of his own soni, and( she was also
', his own nIece. She has lad children
by both husbands, and thei'e ia no end
of the comp~ieationis in r'elationshipJ
likely to ensue.
The Jiest Way to Clheer Up, go
stronger. This you ecan do If you will tako a
yt6ce of advice whichl has the weighmt of hi1gh
medical anthority to back it. Tuat 1is to nae
~' ~ the standard invlgoirant Ilostttr'm Stonmaeh
Bitters. specially commended and indhorsedh by
hyiln..Amn thn. bodmdy troubles which
Iovercomes are-dyspopsia, irregularitv of thes
Suefu ohnm counteracting~ a tendency to *Mak
nqa eor disorder of the kidneya and b ,der,
1f tm entire aeytem is -hig Il4fial
6hitt g as I6 dotm' the retum ft ele ypan&
.~ titeanud the ' acqusimloon of fle~ and
a etn o"o the ohf
HIUNGARIAN GRASS.-SevCral y'ears
ago I tried the experiment of raising
1lfungarian for a grass crop for winter
reeding,'and so satisfactory were the
fesults-to me-I have raised several
acres yearly since, There wore many
objections offered-the exhaustive ohar
actor of the grass upon tile soil, and the
ext ra labor to properly secure the crop,
etc.; but I find that the objections
were, when tested, only niyths. I do
not regard It as a more exhaustive crop
than oats. Tihe plan I follow is to put
about ten loads of barn manure per
ai'e, plough about seven or eight in
cies in tdepth, thoroughly harrow, sow
about, three pecks of seed per Iere,
then roll with a. moderately heavy 1,ind
roller. The crop Is cut when the seed
I in the "milk.' Selecting a day when
the weather promises to be fair for a
few days I put the mowing nachae at
work. Tie roller has sunk the small
stones and lumps out of the way of the
cutter bar, and if the knives are kept
sharp no trouble will be found lin cut
ting. Tie grass is left upon the ground
until tile following afternoon, when it
is raked-and cocked tp, about it hun
dred pounds being put, in each cock.
After stanilng three or four days thie
cocks are rebuilt, the bottom thus comn
Ing on top. Tihe day following the
tumbles are tipped over and the work
of gathiering conimences. It has been
ily practlce to stack in the field, put
ting about five loadsa ia caci stock, and
draw tO tile barn as needed in lie
spring, for I save It for Mai ch and
April feeding. It Is to beranked with
tie best coarse feeds, and for dairy cows
it has no superior. Fed once per diy
upon it, lily cows are healthy and strong
and tile flow of millk last spring was
nearly equal to the usual June supply.
With this systell of puitting in the crop
I have no difillculty lin securing abolt,
three toms of cured grass per ire, a
value for feed closely appIroxIiatilIg
live tons of the best timolthy lkay.
Golden mldet is regarded by mallny IS
tlie full eqial, if not suuerlor to un11
garian, and In 1111 1111Kit911stly dry seIsoI
will stand the drought,perhaps better.
lionsi. SnoxiN.-Tho first time a
lorse is soi ,tle shoes should be very
light, and of equal weight. behind and
forwaird. This is a sell-evident truth.
You lave added a little more weight, to
eae~i limb, equally and tie horse's gait
is not ilfected, thus obviating Cutting,
forging, knee-knocking and quarter
grabhbilig. When the hor.se becomes
wiywise Ie can be shod lin propoortion
to hIls strength and capacity. The old
adage IS true, "no frog no foot ; no toot
n10 horse.'' Iere it, is, alI in1 a n1utsiiel .
Shooe the lorse low, and in every ill
stanceallow frog pressure upon the
ground surface, both behind and before.
Iin so doing yotl obviate the following
blemishes and diseases: Corns, quar
ter-eracks, bruised heels, thrush, quit
ter, navieulilar disease, timber-toe, anll
kle-knocking, wid pull's, sweeney and
interfering. Ninety per ceit. of a11the
lameness in horses Is positively pro
duced by Improper shoeing. The ap
plicitioln of the hot shlo in fitting to
tie loot, should not be permited uider
lily cireluiftances. One and a half
pounds of iron are often used in a Shoe,
whlen twelue ounces are quite siilCeent,
thus obviating much labor and tfeed to
protect at111 carry the saie. Tiem part
of most vital importance is the f rog,
w, hich is the oilly glanIld in the foot to
support nature as well ias the animal.
Allow It to take tile place of the caulk
for concussion, weighI I, of' pressure or
lhearig u n tihe gronmd sitrface, which
action will pr'even8 all the troubles
above ninled. Many farumers do not,
shioe their horses at all, and1( to miy cr
tin knowledge they ar1e rar-ely troulbled
wit h lme hlorses ; t hey (10 not Inteor
fere behind, or knock their knees for
wa'ird .' What better evIdence Is needed
to proive thait inl nlinety-nIine cases3 Out
of every hundr(lled, the cause of lamne
ness5 can1 be tracedi to iluprop~er shoeing ?
When~i the hlorse is 11ame1 taike otY' thle
slhoes, t ill hi m Out- for t hree mon11this,
an ud you will Iinid him inll right usually;
aindlI 1)11hadly w imli-pufred or bog-spav
hned thiese tr'oubles wvill disalppear.
Whaizt (does this prove? Sitmiply that
thie s3hloting caused the lameneilss.
WASil' PI.A Cxs.-Theli consiicuious
wase-te lace(s 0on1 aIm rm-thje fIelds aul
lowied to grow up~ to berry bushecs anld
briushl-110 0on1y a1 par1t of the lanld
which year af~ter' yea~r is permlittedi to
be id ie. (areless plouighiers leave ichl
mocre unt11iIled 11an1( next- to time fences
thanil therei is an uy nieed of leaving; oni
a large inrm, fenced into small fildds,
it is 1)11ain to see t hat a stlrip' of' a lew
feet will atulontto several aeges. Much
land is rendered worth less by shade
trees ini fields wvhere they are' nlot much01
needed ; stutups amnd laurge stonles iare
lef't to oiw neumer the grotiial and1( imp ede
work; land f romi which an early crop)
is taken ia permitted to lie unu tsedi for
several Ilmnths when It ought, to be
prod(1uing somethinlg. Farmilers are re
garded as a1 very econiomical class, but
Lucire ire manliy lessonis of economiY to
be learlied ill ouar farnm ilaigetrilent,
and1( one of' tlbeml is to utilIze everyl'3 acre
and1( every rodl of' our farmsi1 to) the bes't,
ii4UAnxl JBOL'r IUEiADs,-Themre are0
somie reformis, mlighity in thbuir aiggre
gate. l mportance, whlich it apjpears to
be vain to contend for. It is prlobablle
there is not a man11 who nats worked on
a1 latrml dut who would un1it(0 wIth ua in
a demlanld for squamre bolt0 heatds in the
manu111a1llt.uiro of agr'icultuiral linmprove
mnutsi. Iholts nlatuiral ly rust tuhe nlt,
fast. Wh len an1 ttempti Is made(1 to re
move It, time bolt turns in the hole in
steaid of the nti t~hurning on the bolt.
if the farmer hrppenis to have two
wremnehes, and11 hanltis to hold tlheml, thbey
they are of' 1 n vhil, as the r'o1nmi head
cannmlot, be held. Somietiimes the farmer
is from lIve to tenl miles1 fronm a black
sinirhi shlop, Ina a hur1 ry, and1( no thine to
spareO. Ini such cases hil id words lall
I rom t-he 11ips 01' good men01. Tihere ls
sueldomn a plow11 of anly kind used duirinig
its usefuln ess bu1t, ten t~Imes 11s miuch
timne Is lost bly rounid nieedert bolts as5
would tbe nlecessairy to make1( the rIght
kind 01 one0. Thfe tr'uth 1s the~ roundl
heads(1 are' abhoina ible ar tisanices, 0auses0
of hoss, irritabIlIty, anud prof'anity,
IN mll 01ur eroppinig amid piltiing we
shotuld rememtliber that the farm is ouri
capItal and1 that increastng its prodnie
1lmg capaelty means adding to ouir pr'in-.
olpal, whlhe It Is talking awayth
"'11e1ns1 by Wvhich we llve." te
EvERYvioDY is pleised wIth the Im
proved Cnrboliuo, a deodorized extract
of petroleumhl. lens s clear and1( limped
as spring water, and was originally in,
tended by nlatulre as a painacea for all
diseases of the scaip and skin, and as a
mnatuaral hair renewer.
'" Will It do no harm?" This is the questIon often
asked, anid the ansewer is, "it can nlot," for D)r. BullI's
Baby Syrup is an innoc lt reedy, war rante& to
l ou lhe?2 otamakot, ,phla, or anythlig In.
To APPFORD fIM MDilATm' REniBP IN AsTm4mA try
Dr. Jin1O's Upetx rant, wihlilliacts lromarthy
by overcomnn in e spasmodle o itractfoa of Ihe
wiindtubes. tfln by Oausng the Ojeem:I0a of tile
muolls whih (log thoem. afor Wioopng Couf
iroup ad Ilar's es this mediolno is equall
ob h~lit Ile rorA Pulmnonar an#~ bron.
COO] CEL',Auts.-V hat i more ro
freshilng, satisfactory aid pleasing
than, whln the mioreury Is uip amonig
the nineties, to have the pleasure of
eating butter, berries, cream, voeta
bies, etc., thit tire cool, fresh and inyl
ting? Many do tills, but It is at the ex
pense of all lee-hoiuse or an tee fed re
frigerator. Buit this desitable aeqii
sition may ho obtained and enjoyed
without the exponse d1141 trouble of
either the one or tle other, providing
you have a collar. It Is done by keep
ing the sun's rays and heated air out
of the cellar. The forner you aecom
push by shading it, the lattor by the
proper use of hinged windows. So ar
rango your window sash that they may
be either swung i), or to thie right or
left on the ecl lar 81d, or so place tile
hinges that they 31aY3 he let down,
wilei will be quite as convenIent,
Ituring the days of hot, sultry weath
or, keep theta tightly closed , but on
cool, still night o[peni the, and tihe
cool, fresh, outside air will rush it
and displace the warmer air of the cel
lar. In the mnornin uig agaIn close the
sash, and shouild tile cull ar be ia comt
mon one tle vinadow need be opened
only two or three times a week, ani1d
then only oin cool, still nights. To pre
Vent Cats or other aniils. frouI taking
possession of the cellar during the
night, nail at lit wiro netting over
the window uponi the outside. Those
who leave their cellar wialows open
day and night will fillu( tle air to con
form quito well with that outside, as
the wind forces the warm air In and
displaces the cooler currient thatt is al
ways foun td ticarest thebot(om3 or floor.
Let the closing and opelihilg the winl
dows, its Stated, be one of tie duties of
servant or milkniald.
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TuIonloUal[ CooKiN.-It is onIe o the
iust commn nistaklies of the cook to
give too little time to the ukooing of
meat, and vegetables. She is careless
about getting them over the ftie la 0ea
Son, ild to make up for the delaty, she
attemptis to "'rush thI .gs" by uisinig a
very hot 1le, spoiling the fool by too
furious bolling or bitking. Hard boll
ing totighens the fiber of ment, and
Spols the texture of vegetables, but a
long steady bolling heat gradatilly soft
ens or makes tetter the toughest ii
bers, Many persons si ppose that cer
tain articles of food do not agree with
them, wheii the whole dilleulty arises
fron tile imperfect manner In which
they aire preparted. Somie vegetable"
are th oight to be esIpelially I)rovoca
tive of flatuhence, but it more thorough
vooking ustually renmedies that evil.
Fititulotnce hmas: other cautses, a1s over
eatin g or t00 a large ptopcrtion of stigar
inl the diet, bat those articles of 1ood
whict are usually aisociated wlrli the
e'vil may be robbed of t-hese terrors by a
33ore prolonged cookinug. Cook dry
beans several hours, gentle but steady
siinlerinig-flye hours tire not, too
Ialty, even atter tn atll night soaking.
Dry peas need the sanie treatment,.
Vegetables need mom and more time
is they grow older. By spring, rita
bagas need cooking intiiost half a day,
itd onions should be boiled ati hour or
more. Salsify and pIrnilps, espeeally
Ahe former, need more than the twenty
nititites boiling usually prescribed for
PicIMNG AND 1AcKING APi't:s.
While bai'rels are the rilost cullvenietit
packages for late apples, choice early
tpples sell better inl half-btrrrels, crates
md baskets. The pref'erences of' the
tuarket should be consilhed in this re-|
(lpect: Much dependsI up th1)3 1le sIze
tid shape of the jptILkage, ats regatrdls
Lo eturo fritt will meect in handlIinig
lirinag tratnsportatioii, Xis, catre ini
picking the ftruit, and putting in to theI
lackatge, to atvoid brulsing ; the little:
3xtra time exp~iede hteie will pay1 at
btirige inltere'st. W hatever the pacekage!
-barrol, half1-barm el or crate, It should
be so filled thatt considerable pressure
la required to brIng the cover into
place, Th'iis is necessary to hold the
fruIt firmly, thius avoiding the brulsing
wvhiIch would( otherwise follow from
hn p)ihacticei amiotng the battler-makers of
E'ngland for rewileIrig butter-f11m and1(
solhd duritng the hot weather Is as5 fol
lo ws :-Catrbonate of sodta and altum are
utsed for this purpose, mtade intto powt~
dler. For twenity ptounds of buztter onie
toasp~oonfui~l of cairboniate of' sodla and
03ne teaspoonful of' p)owdered alum are
tmigled together at the time of chi arn
ing, tand put Ituto hte creami. TIhe ef
feet of this p~owder is to tmake the but
ter come fir ni andI solid, atnd to give
cleant, sweet flavor. it does not eniter
the butter, but Its action Is uipont the
cream, and it passes onl with the butter
milk.- Th'e mngredlins of the powder
should not be mingled together until
required to be used, or ait the time thle
cream is in thle churn, rettdy for churn
11loT WYEArER.-Beware of drlink
lng too nmuch. cohl water while you are
workling in ihe siu, atnd do not plunge
st3(ldenlly in to a coldi bath. If' you arie
near a brook wet yiouir head, piut leaves
into youra hat andl fre quenitly put the
hiands ito water, letting them remain
there for a conslderab)3lettle. Th'Ie ef
feet will he0 soothing upon01 the whole
systetm, and it, wial reduce thIrst.
CooK ws.-One cup of sugair, one
half cupi of butter, (one egg, (beait the
whIte of the egg sep~arate), one half
clup of mIlk, or~e hatlf teaspoon salera
ts; flour to taste: stir the butter, au
gar, a nd( yolk of thte egg together ; add
the whIte of the egg beaten to a light
froth, theini add~ this milk and saloratuis.
Knead soft and baikc In a quIck oveni.
Sprinkle wvhIte sulgar- over thecm before
P1EEBLE lADIIs.-Those langutld, tIre
some) sensaitions, causing yoti to feel
scarcely able tob1) on youri 1eet; that
Constant drain thiat is taking fromu your
systemn all Its elasticity ; drivling the
bloomu 'romi youir cheeks; that cont
tinualll stiralu uplon1 your vItal forces,
renderIng y'ou irritableatnd fretful, 03an
easily b)e remiovedl by the use of thlat
marvelouts renmedy, 1101) Bitters. Irreg
ularIties and obsi ructionis of y'our sys
teml ate relieved at once, while the
specIal cause of periodlealh pinl is per-~
mitllntly retoved WIllI 3'ou heed
often~ e ors hi~I al'minar I, 't- m:l, andtt
giving liii mcdhit e lI ef,.
V EGET INE~ is tho great health rostore r-eonmp .sod
oielusiveiy of barke, roots anm,, hor bs. It Ia very
gloaesant to t.,ke; overy child Ilikes 11
Dnz Islere's Extract of Smart-weed
Is a compound lhild extract 01 stmart
w~Cotd, or watter-peppe)r, Jlamaica gln
ger an~d other ingredients kmnwn to be
illecon~s ha .auring collo, dhirrhioa,
dysen tory, blood-flux, andl kind red aif
foo1~lns It-also breitks up colds,. fo
An and inflamnlatyry attacks, Apid
I WON'T SION ANY PlrITION.-JUst
previous to the late ole' ion a oar going
N orth in Detroit, wias boarded by a
man with a book and pencil in its
hand, and he straightway began taking
a vote of the passengers. some as
wered mad some (I Idn't, and somae did
not'exactly understand what lie was
tit) to. When hie came along to at little
old woman with ht 11r lap full of parcels
and bindles she called out:
"Thiero ia four of us In our iamiily,
and wei are all grown i), our Christian
names are John lenry, Betsey Ann,
Melinada and Aaron, and that's aill the
Cenisuis you'll get out of me."
"I'm not taking the census, madami,"
hie explained. "Um11 Simply- "
"You raiso onl our water tax if you
daire !" she Interrumpted. "W e'll digj a
well before we'll pay another red
"I am not the water tax man; I ami
canvassing this car--"
"Well you can't canvass mile!" she
81111pped. "1111 bothered to doath with
Canvasserst at the houso, and I don't
Cnre what new-f' ngled clothes-Wring
or you've got-1 won'tsubscribo I"
The paimseigers vere all laughing,
and he didn't want to give it ip that
'"Madant',t he began, 'have You any
."I won't sig anly petition if I (ie
for it !" shie shouted, "atid if you don't
stop pestering me, I'll open this pack
ago of pepperi at till your eyes for
3ou, and my hIusband will thrash you
Tito man With the book let up and
No .Boom Folt GEE W nO.--"H1Ow's
tradi, Johnny I" asked aCincinnati re
porter of a bootblack.
Stepping Into a saloon the same qtes
tion was ptt to the proprietor, who
stood happy anid emilting belilnd the
"Poomin','' was the reply. givei
with the rich aeccnt of fatherland.
Tito banker said businoss was boom
ing, the broker saId business was boom
lug, while the butcher, the baker, the
candlestick-maker said the same thing.
Standiig on tile corner was the pro
prietor of a push-Cart. It might be in
teresting to get a View of things
through his glasses. Ii reply to the
question he said:
"Pizness Is poomin' ride along like
Id nefer vas, by Shimniminy I"
"'Joh n, how's trade ?'
Tie question was asked of a Celes
tial. lie looked at tiie reporter In a
melancholy sort of way, mid replied':
"Washee, washco 110 good. NiAlen
no good. Chnituaian glot bluus blad. .
FLonMXNcti, the actor, tells this story
of' the elder Booth ; "ie was playing
'lainlet' in Virginia one night, and
had no skull. A little darkey volu
tecred to get one. When Booth was
leaving the themitre lie felt some one
tugging at his coat-tail. iHe looket
arotand saw the little brunette. 'What
will you have, sonny' 'Please, sal,
I wan't daddy's skull, sahi.' 'Daddy's
skull?' 'Yes, sal. Dat used to be de
ole man's headpiece atfore de mnewel
kicked hilm, an' maiiny'll lick ine ter
rags of I lost It.'
WHY HE BUYs MU.Rs.-sherlei
Pressly had some idea of horses and
mules. For farm work he purchases
tihe latter. Tihe other day one of the
hands, a likely young fellow, asked;
Wihy don't you buy horees? I'd a
good deal rather drive them.''
"I've no doubt of it.,'' responded the
genlial sher'lfY, ''so had I, wheun 1 was a
boy. I'd plow a hor'se all day, and
then spruce up at night and rIde six or
eight miles to see a girl. I noticed,
though, when a felowv r'ode au mnle lie
was generally laughed out of a second
yvisit. I guess Ill keep buying mulecs.
You boys won't be so tired when you
go to bed."
I'RlsIDXNT Lincoln on1ce listenedl pa
tienitly while a friend read a long tant-.
uscript to himi. anid whio then asked,
'"What (10 you think of It? How willl it
take I" Th'le President reflected a little
while at d then answered :Well, for
people who like that kind of thing, I
think that Is just about the kind
of thing they'd like.".
A NxWAnIK Sunday-school boy gave
his teacher thie Illustrative dlefinitlon
of "responsibility": "Boys have two
buttons on their 'spenders, so's to keep
their pants up, When one button comes
off, why, tner'e's a good decal of respon
sIbIlity oni tihe other buttton."
'THA-r was a very conisiperate mother
who saidl to the girl In char'gc of her'
children ; "'Margaret, don't let Willie
and Jennie sit down on the dump
grass, for fear they should catch cold.
When they are tired, you cnn sit down
and take them on your lap."
Wunv are the lads and hassles looking
expectantly for the tiny nihlte flakes
that cover the groundl as with a muan
lie? Because they- would have the buf
falo robe cover two hearts that beat as
WH nA-r If Nebuchadnezzar (lid live on
grass? Men live on the tur'f .nowa
.1.0 compllainis that the government
reservation for his tribe Is only a men
'Taix poor chap without a penny to
bless himself with has "niothiing'' to
Tamx height of fashion and the height
of folly reach to about the sfame altI
Oxa E!x1'tii(ca FuloM M1ANY.-"i
hadl been sick aiid umist able so long
andi had cente any husnbandii so muc
trouble and expense, nio one seemed to
knowv what ailed Inae, that I was com..
pletely diha rtened amid discouraged.
Ini tiis frinet~ 0of mind1( 1 got a b)ottle of
Ilop Blitters and1( used thm unakhowni
to mny family. I soon begani to imi
provo and gained so faust that my hus
baund and f'amlly thought it stranige and
tunnaittiural butt whmen 1 told1 themti whait
had helpedl me, they said 'ilurrah for
flop Bitters I ong may they prosper,
for' tl~ey have made mother well and us
happy.' "-'-The Mother.
ManY had a little lamb, its Ileece was
white as snow, she washed It oft with
Dobbinis' Soap, aind thtat's what mnade
it so. (maude by Cragin & Co., Philadel
dhia, Pas.), Try It once.
Every mother in the land shoulid know the value of
Dr. un's Ib,.by syrui and never be withtout it. It
ie fa ee from optates. Price M conto a bottao.
U~nN'T Tatmnis wrygg Pzr.--Ontmenat.,
lotionis, olootarios and all mannor of quinck
nostrums ate a waste of limo and monoy. Thme
only ADsoLUTmLa JNFAIJiJBaLi. cure for til
painful disese Is'ANAI(E8I8, discoverocd by
Dr. Rilabee. Ilihas been propoumncedl by scion
tille men as the bapplest aiecovery made in
mediino for 200 vears. It Affords instant ri
11sf front pain in (he worst cases and has onrodl
more than 20.000 aulTeroys permanently. All
doctors prescribe it; ''Asnakesis" is sent luaa
by mnai on receipt of price, *$.00 ner box.
t7Pu~ae b h so* Oi 'L er
Ii YOUR Liver is Disordered Ifoofand's Ge
nian Biters will sot it right.
FOR PIXnXaS on tho Fao, uso Hiske's To
er Ohntment. It never fails to ronovo thot.
TuE prevailing fashion for silk nookercldefs
and han4kerchiefs for ladies- and children Is
teotiug with inorited favor.
IF You are Dyapoptio llpofland's (vrnagn
Bitters will ouro vou.
81,425.50 Profltt inl 30 DAys..
9I in legithr.ato Stock Spooulatloiis in Wall
stroot pays Inimnonso proilte. Panphlols ox
bilaining ovor' thhi.g solat froo. HLA'ru & Co.,
1okere, 1227 Broadway, N. Y.
IF You Would lEnjoy (Mod Health, Tako
Hoolland's Gerian Bilere.
fliesken's 'vel'c..r U(intment wili - oure ovory
form of Tottor.
.l TitounL.D With Constipation, tako LHbof
and's Germian Bilters.
V EGET IN E
WILL CURE RHEUMATISM.
Min. At.iKnT CRooKxtt, the well-knowni druggi- t
aint apllitecary, or s ingalo: M., Ale. always Id
vises every oi trottled with ltihouiatlsin to
Roadt HIs staatemenost:
. S-'rv IlNOVAL., 31H., OCt. 12, 1870.
Alit 11. 1?. STVENS:
DE.tat sint.---itteen yeatrs ago last fall I was
talon Sek with rihottmatIsin, was utiablo to
Ittyve tantil tle ilext Aprli. Froma that ,tne un
til Ithreo veats ago is fall Istlifroil overything
witit rhiettitia Isin. soinetines thoro wotld ho
w tl'S it a 1I1ln1o Ilit I CotIld not, st)op 0110 step'
these attacks wero qift often. I suro-rod
eyel ything ,hat a ian could. Over threo years
ago lat spring I coninenced taking Vogetino,
.1 ii tllowed it u tintil I hakd taken seovn bot
SlIes; hae ead no rhottiatsin since that Mime.
I at .ny s adVIIe every o Litit 18 trubled with
rtlettitill-in to try Vogetino, and not suiffer for
Yet is I h ivo dune. Tisit btatelnont I grfatUt
totis: fil' tas Mr. Stovens is coneerined.
Yottrs. etc., AL BERIT CitOOKgR,
Firi of A. ( rooker & Co.,
Drtiggts and Apothoutries.
lias Entirely Ctrred M3e,
Alit. 11. I. STvEsy s: BosTON, 0;t. 1870.
)EAR NIit.--y daughter, after havingasovero
attiek of Whoop 11 Cough. Was loft in a feeble
statu of healtit. Being advised by a friend she
1 rI- the Vegei lo, and aftor using a foW bot
ties was filliy restored to health.
I have been it greatst eff or from Ithcumtatism.
I havtitak-n severiai bot les of the Vegotline for
tils colph111Irit, and 11111 happy to say It has on
'threly eared 1e0. I lave recotatnmened theitgoV
eLino 10 otlers With Iie same"t good results. i
Is t great cleanser and puriller of 11he blood ; it
is pleasant to i lke aii I cheerfully recomniend
It. JA.\H 8 M1Olt 0 . U04 Athoes Street.
'Vegetinu," says a Boston physician, "his no
ecii- I as a btood pilleOr. earin g of Its iany
woidlerful oures, after all other remedies had
failed, t visited te labotatory and convinced
myself of Its genuino merit. I Is pri'pared
froin barks, roots and herbs, oaeh of whic h is
hig1ly Offective, and they are colnpoitnded In
stch a maliner as to produce asionisuilng re
Prepared by .
H. R. STIW'EV NS, Bos-rox, MASS.
Veeotinao Is sold by all Druggists.
Ire the Cheapeat first-elann Plauon in the
aa!nret. Call aiid gIeL palies. or send Ibv
Iihnstrateel Catalogue andtl Price List.
ALBRE CHT & Co.,
Waleloolns 1 610 Arelt Street,
Pianos and Organs er gt*sin
Adlvanice in pruces. PlIanos, 3i4O to 1400' 8-stop or
"n 'b all f1rt-1es ict onti at. ~alouos
prtco. Ca itaeo I peces sIEnt fo .ai
(A MIeicineA~ Co.,2 i.DrlatkSt
U@Ps, hUCHU, 31ANDRAR3,
am.emi PenerAzp Busy Mxrnuze QW
oP Arm. Qerama Brrrau.
Dsases of the Stomn*ch, Bowels,Blood thu_
dasys, and Urinary Organs, Nrervoua
eMinim and espeelally Female Complana,
in be paid for am..therwml not se esThdpf~
or aar thing impure er injurious found 1sAheen.
Ask your druggist for Hop Bittevgad trythi
Coven COsit the sweetust, s sat es
se.1 seoluant aWggf~
lend for elreasm
IJJE CURE MEm
ThIs irreat offer is god for.00 ays oII and is i
Diotionaries wIll be toni to one ad ieset Ii~ Coni
postage starnas, andi u.htion this8 vapor, anld a dirc s
Dr. Plorco's Golden MedIenl Discover'y ott
Rlough Skin, It ehior't i (lSoises ontlleed
purifyng, and1( InvIgoratIng moediolno.
1 spoolniy has 1i manifotod :lie p'oteny It
lot, Sore Iys, SBorntloits Sores and Sw
Neck and ln ed (alands
Iyou foel 3 I, drowsy <Iobiinted, have
onl neio or bo0t5, frequent hadache or 'dissinci
altorunated wIth hot itushee irregular appotit
TorpId lIver, or "li liadeues.". Ae a rt
Tletct Piseovery has no equa, as II e tsect
n Ito cure of Ilronohg, Sevee Iion
autupion, It has astonishodl the niedteal inct
greatest metdloai ldiseovery of the age. Sold I
I Z91 b 6
NOIT,, COOU lNCEMNT
RETAIN THE HEAT LONGER.
DoN T|U NTH' AND.
IRON BOTH WAYS.
NGETS WANTED FOR ikHB
AMA&. JULMA MNAJR WIGHP2 AIM BOOK.
'in ral Heala neauty, Vork, Auuso t ut
Mmers, Oy,I' BnIII In I .mtlmg r
clearly dialt with Ii i laiiintin ty ,ful of
n e oto amid wit. it. b utiu bolored Ilfi
'A~e'.*r olld~ ok UKn ,
tratiotis, iiew typo totdpar . oo bindifigs,
Itnl low 'price, ths iork I iO5NOTO IAV Ut
AN I1IhIMENUM MAILn. boo~k like It has *Vol
For luit d 'or4 tti and itra formah, a-ld-das'
). U. MeVUEi E & CO., P1laadelphi;a, Pa.
MORGAN & EMDLY,
Impoers of 'Diamonds
Ia actren of Sjictacla
019 SAUSM Utree, SAMSONlsta as
Ilustrated Pri6 List sIt in the trrCe
BELLS OF CORNEVILLA.
A Italldsoio and colmpoetoe~ 01,Itlul 01 tho" 11 .11s of
Cornvoilo'' by i'iam t eat oinI. mtw realy; atd am the
tatiniC, tho ti il .8uti~tery andtu co. 11luig Itrooquito
withn thl t r .ima tt i*8 i o b ox
tets'voly giv oua an ti - otjoyril. i'ttty, l ly vre:iChi
%-III vo 5000, contrittig Nvltli 0vatt ill l1ii0
Iia a it Ic e fi.om i sait Wo.-da
uuob01J,:ttiomaiitl. Price, 5 uj
WHI1TE 1O11NEQ. the nt-w uiday iho6l Song
ook, hY, Abboymi muitgor. bittis fair to be ott-- or
tho itiot auc-i sini bo-ki of It ei s, am it ie minde
imiabty Otto of the mweetetit andI b at. It will pity to
buyoto, ifotlyt o sag froi i.t iot:i'. Price o5cs.
VOICE OF WOtAKIP, (L. 0. Einerson,) $9
TIlE 'AERILE, W. 0 . Perkins,) .19 per doz.
Neo Methiod ir -ingng Clasames, (A. N.
J 0i114011) ;10 put tiomi-t.
To alov to otar threa newost si .inmal cohno
b'e full lies of n e A i1t M sic nytiry otke in
well informied of tall ntw .s,mt.s. Alailed for 6 cis.
WValt for thne biolcka, (tihnost throttah thte press)h
Pusaier O~gn Intrt~iont look. A. N.
Oliver Dltson & Co., Boston.
J. 10. 1TON & (00. M22 (Jtestrnut 8tt., Phil.
THE VERY BEST GOODS
AT VElRY LOW PRICES.
PUP'S Iron Lined.
PUMPS8 Porcelain Lined.
PUMP'S Copper Lined.
Chain Ptynp flxtures and 'tubing.
Rubber Buckets, Steel Chatn, &o.
C. G. BLATCHILEY
446 MARKET Street. Plada.
ARE~ THE BE~d
s. rmpamELsIWIAg. r's s
mat.' do :eMet mas,-al -h. lh.*lineo y
3,000,000 ACR E S
Mainly ia the Famons
RED RIVER VALLEY OFTH E NORTH.
Os long Uime, low pricee and easy payment.
Pamphlet withfall information usmiled free. Apply to
0. A. McKINLAY, Land Com'r,
IN THE WORLD I
pgn. t lulmiA rl
f thogap~lta y',t
upon rceip,' t 80 Ane t,.i
Ih to f on re p a 1itV w
-. M. F.1.ONF Alalaid, Mstea
3 O tretnyFevrSres, eary r
y a , re onqerofb this powvti eul
onrng ettr, oseRusto~ pa bitu.ecl
allo Q oor mo sinl g olth wish-brow n tretc ots
* ,an onu c. o Ne , yuaosuffeng fom
eal gluwr, and' teawrystge Sdofl Cott
curiandgmT out phalcianspronounc itlth
sklo clorg opsk, rtvous plilis.l Thso
ha lis are s a ealy stgersth f sn u.r
binte iirg epirle i ;acon~ pil.Theo
or occulpal . Fo~ Jlan ~ce lleadaicho,'
11 ,US -dtti* Eo ya~s n iiiu,
9aith of Boly Ls Wealth oI Min.
Rakways Sansaparillian Resolvent,
Puro blood makes sntid flesh, strong bone and
a oar kln. Ifyor would have y11 1estirn,
yonr bones sound, without carles, and your co'i!
ioxto fair, use tadway's Nursaparilliau
0141ol1v e nt.
A GRATEFUL RECOGNITION.
" To ouro a CHBoNIo or LoNG STANDING DIS1ASH
is truly a Victory in the healing art; that reason
ing power that clearly discerns DEFor and sup
ies a reimvdy; t hat restores step by step-by
degrcs-tho body which Las been slowly at
tacked anl weakened by in insidlous iisease,
not only commands our respect but deserves
our gratitudo. ,Dr. Hadway has firniheid man
kind wilthtio.ndcrful remedy, IRaitlway's
Resolvent. which accom
18lishes tlh-i rosult, and sulfer'ig humanity,
who drag out an oxistenlooioo pain and discaie.
through1 long days and long ights, owe hiam
their gratitu lo."P-xsJot do.; tigs ner.
FALSE AND TRUE.
WO extract from Dr. Radway's "T oatiso on
disease and Its Cure," as follows:
List of Diseases Cared by
RalwIy SrsarSaarllian Resolvent.
Chronto Skin Disoases, Carlos of the Bono,
lumors hi tho Blood, Scrofulous Diso ses. Bail
or unnalitura Habit of Body, Syphillis and Vone
real, rever Sores, Chronio or old Ulciprs, Salt
Ithoumt; Uikets, 'Yhuto Swolling, Soal i He -d.
Utorinn Altections. Cankerls, (lia..iuiar I-well
lngs, Nodes, Wasting and Dec.iy Of the llody.
Pirmples and Illotolies. Tumors, Dyanepsia. Ki I
ntoy ad Illaddor Diseases Chronic hll umtisn
and Goui.Uunsumlon, bravei and Calcilous
Deposits, and varietIes of the above coiplainats
- to which Aomnetimnost are given Spece1i ilu me.
We a-sort that Ihero is no known remody mant
Possesses the curativo power over thos3 dis
eases t t IADwAY'S UNSOLVSNT furnisics. it
Cures.istep by step. surely, from tho founda
tion, and restoros the injured pnir. to theielr
sountid condition. The wast(%m of thuo body
Iae p10p)di n(d healthy blood is sup.
Plied to the hystean, from which now ia
wrial i- forined. Tnis l the flst co:roetivo
p,wer of RADwAT'S IsOlVKNT. In-oases whero
lhos vntemill has been t-allvated aitd Morcury,
Quioksllvor, Corrosive Egiblimate have accunu
lated and becomo deposioed in the bones, joints,
etc., catising earles or the bones, -ricke o. sulnai
curvature, ,ont-Artions, white swoulngi, varl
coso vains, etc., tIO SAUSAPA IiLLTAN will resolve
away those deposits an I externiuato the virus
of t he (iseaso from the syst em.
If tlo.se who are taking theso medtclnei for
the euro of Clronto, Scrofulous or Sy)litittc dis
eases, however slow may bl the curo, "te1 bet.
ter," and find their general health improving,
thIr ilesh and weight increasing, or even krop
tug Its own, is a sucro sign thvt the ouro is pro
rossing. In those (ioeAses th& patient either
geti elttor or worse--tho virus of the diseaso
1- not inactiv-; if not arrested and driven front
t ho blood it will spread and conttouo to under
nine fle constituton. As soon as the HAUSA
'AIiLLIAN makes the pailent "ft el be ter,"overy
:ietlr.'o wig a i row botter and in-crease in health,
%streikgth and Iles~h.
Tho retnoval df thoe4 tumors hy RADwAY'A
10 sea VFNT ts now so certainly ostabllqiied that
whalt wits once co asidered alino t miraoillous a
low a co ipmon recogulxd f tot by all parti s.
Witno a thoe caes of fannah P. K 'pp, MrA. C.
iKi'apf. Mr's. J. If. Jolly and Mrs. P. D. IIondrix,
pub~ishe I In our Alt inan for 1879; also that of
-Srs. 0. S. IBibbins. m *,he present edition of out
"Falso and True."
One Dollar per Mottle.
Only requires minutes, not hours, to rellovo
pain and curo acuto disease.
Radwa 's Ready Relief1
In ftrofn one to twenty mieites, never falls to
relieve PAIN witt ono thoe'ough applio .tiot.
No matter how violent or excruclat!ng the t aln
'he RN i\lAfM 'r10, Bed-ridden, Inhirma. (rIppled,
Nervous, Neuralgic, or prost rated with d'sea-st
may suffer, RADWAY'.S RHADY RELIEF will
siTord instant case.
[nflauiiunation of the Kitdneys, Iuiflainmna
tion of thto Bladder, Intlainiation of tho
Howels, Oongestlon of the fLungs, Sore
Throat, Difflittlt ireathing, Pilpitation of
the Iotart, ilystorles, Croup, fillithorla,
Cataurrht, Influnza, He~adachhe, Teothalhe,
NeuralgIa, Rlheumiatta'm, Cold ChIlls,
Agumo chIlls, Chiilbliuu, Frlit HItes,
lrtlses. Sutaner Llomuphaints, Conghs,
Cold, spralins. PaIns In tne Uheat, Back or
Liuls, are instantly relieved.
Fever an d Ague ouredl for Fifty Cents. There
is not a remedial agent in the world that will
eure Fever antd Ague, and alt othor Malarious,
Bilious, Searsea, 'Iyphoid, YelIlow and other
fevers (aided by RAnwvAY's PILLs) so quick as
RADwAY's IIsADY RR(,aRF.
It will in a -ow momnas, when taken accord
ing to directions, euro Cramps, Spasms, Sour
Stomach, Hleartburn, Sick Hleadachio, Diarrhon ,
Dysontery~ Cello, WVind in thie BoweLs, and all
ntr al ans.
Trravelors should always carry a bottle of flA D
WAY s 1READY REsuHw with them. A few drops
in water will provent sickntess or pains from
change of water. It is better than French
brand dyor bitters as a stimnulant. --
Mitnersinuat Legenshoranen should always
be provided with it;.
All roedial agents capable Of destroyin life
by an overdo e should be avoided. Morpine,
opium, strychnine, arnica, hyoseilamus, atnd
ottier powerftul remedies, does at certain tImes,
in very sma'.1 doses, rolieve the patien$ during
their actiton In the syt-tem, Itut perhaps the
Second dose, if roepeated, may aggravate and in
crease thu s ufforl ag, anti another dose cause
death. There is no necessity for using these
ucrtiiin agetnts whert a positive remody like
RIADwVAY's R-IADY RItts will stop the most ox
eruolating pain qiuicker, withtout entailing the
lesst diilcult/v in either infant or adult.
TillID TRUE RELIEF.
R AilwA 's R HADY iMEF Ia tho only remedial
agehnt, l a vogue thatwill Instantly steop paIn, -.
Fifty Cnaig p~er Ilottie.
Latdvayfs Regulating Pills.
Pe rfect Purgautives, Soothsing A perS,
enits, Act Wilihout P'ain, Always hielia
bie ituad Natursal in their- Operation.
A YEOGHTABLE SUBSTITUTE FOll CALOIflL.
Perfectly tasteloss, elegantly coated witla
sweet gum, purge, regiate, purify, lansr
RBAD WAY's Pit,,s, for the Cure of all disordera
of the S etmacha, Liver', Bowels Kidneys. Band.
'dar, Nervotus iaseases, Hleadarho, OonstIpation,
oestiveness, Indligestion, Dyspppsia, B~ilous
eras. Fever, Ilamimation of the Bowels Pg~os~
ad till dierangqmonnts of the Internat iescra.
iWarranited to oneoet a perfect cure, Purely veg.
stable, containing no mercury, minerais or deo
fW''Observe tha following symptoms rgault.
leg from DIseases of the DIgestive Organs, Con.
silp ution, inward Piles, Fi mness of the Blood
+ai the Heoad. Acidily- of the Stomach, Nausea.,
hloarthburn, DIsgust. of [Food, Fullness or Weight
itt the Stomach, sour Efrueta ions, Slnking or
lttte or ig at, the Heart,. Choking or Sufferng
S .tiatieuas alien in a lying Dostitro, DImnabsof
.Vision, Doets or Webs before the Sight, Fever
and Duili Paula in the Hiend, Deficiency of Per
spira ion, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain
.n tihe Side, Chest,, LImbs. anti Sudden F'lushep
of Iheat, luttining in thme Fle~sh.
A few doses of ILADwAf's PIIL8 will free the
syst etn frornmll the abhovo-namod dijsOrders.'
lFrlce, 2fi cents pene Bioi. -
- SOLD BY DRIUGiSTS-'
IFEAl) "PAESE AND.TRUE.'9
Send'a leter stemp tO I1AD)'AY & CO,
No.82 WARRE(IN, cor.O(flUlsOl St., NeW York.
Inforniation worth thousands will b.e ehyou.
Those'gsnswei-nq an Adyeantejnt w111
. tIose ien~ hi 4s .lons nsa 'afasnhng the
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