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AhU AND GARDEN.
''ATTENING 'TIJitEYs.-It is a goodly
sight, as the suiminer days wane, te
see the flocks of T'irkeys coming honl
from the woods and pastures at night
fall with full crop". I' the farm has
not been overstocked with these birds,
they have very largely made their liv
ing upon grasshoppers, crickets,worns,
and other small try. 'I'he regular food
they have had has been rather to keep
thoni wonted than to supply any lack
of forage. As the cool nights come on,
and the supply of insects declines, the
business of fattening properly com
mences. It should be remembered that
plump, well-dressed turkeys not only
bring a higher price In market, but en
hance the reputation of the producer,
and make his market sure for futurt
years. The turkey is one of the finish
ed products of the farm, and one of the
greatest luxuries in the market. The
farmer should do his best In preparing
his flock for the shambles. 'ihe nialn
business now is to lay on fat, and the
birds should have every night and
morning a lull supply of nutritious
and fattening food. Instinctively the
turkey follows his f'eed, and if the sup
ply is abundant at the farm-yard, he
will not stroll far from home. Bolied
potatoes, mashed and mixed with meal,
and fed moderately warm, is a very
excellent feed, both to promote growth
and to fatten. If the pigs c n be rob
bed of a part of their milk, and it bo
mixed with a part of the hot potatoes
and meal, it will very lueh improve
the dish. It is very desirable to sup
ply the place of insects witn sonic kind
of animal food, and butchers' scrapa is
one of tho cheapest and m?3st desirable
rorms of food for poultry. Grain shoutld
be given at least once a day wit,h the
soIt anr1 warm feed. Nothing Is bettor
than sound corn. The Northern corn
is thought to contaii more oil than that
of Southcrn growth. Old corn should
always be ti'ed for ihis purpose. The
new corn keeps them too loose. In
feeding only so much corn should be
thrown out, as the birds will eat up
olean. Take a little time to feed themi,
and study asthetlcs as you watch ahe
Iridoscent hues upon the glossy plum
age. There is nothing more charining
upon the farm In the whole circle of
the year than a hundred or two of these
richly-bronzed turkeys feeding near
the corn-crib. You can afford to enjoy
the disappearance o' corn while the
turkeys are increasinig in weight.
IlNTS ON Illse H Ei'No.-The
wide stall Is a luxury, and otught to be
six, or even tea feet wide, it' rooRm can
be sparek.. Loose boxes are imp, rtant
for horses of great value; in sutch stalls
they can get pereL repose by ciiaiging
their positloi, recover fron the atigue
of a hard day's drive, and he ready ior
their task the next day. The best food
adapted to the horse is oats and hay of
the best quality, occasioailly varied
with a brani mash, with tirnilps or car
rots as an alternative. The growth
and developinetit of bone and muscle
depend greatly on the lood they eat.
I is important, to select such ascontains
all the elemets needed to 1(orn the
bone and muscle of the horse. It is
self-evident that the nutritive matter
supplied by the food must be egnat to
thu exhaustion or natural waste of fhe
body, to keep upcoiltlon. The horse
that, Is about to be driven on a Journey
needs hardenitig by exercise-prepar
lug by sweating out the body to purify
and Inerease thei circulation of thu blood
and also by hand-rubbing the legs to
make them firi aail elastic-a prcpatr
ation in some degree corresponding
with that attained by a horse t,bat is
daily driven on the road for ordInary
work.* For one week fromn the start
they neced daIly exercise, comn lReing
with eight, or ',en miles, and gradualiy
inerensinIg to twenty per' day. Th'is
eciese, with appriopriate tood, will
harden their usceles, strengi-hetn their
lin a, and pRrepaIrc them tp perform
theIr tasks without, giving out on the
road, materially declinIng In tianhi, or
aeriotisly exhauwstitng their phy3sical
Powers. Ii' we perform long dirives
with horses accustomed to short work
unly, the suddeni transItIon from indo
lence to great exertion will relax their
muscles, weaken their joinits. dep)ress
theiir spirits ynad break down thtei' con
slttution. Thec leadIng cause of so
mansiy vluabiile hoi'ses beiig spoiled by
long drives is being short of work.
They are not p ep8aed for' such seve, e
exert,ions. Comiltioni w.ill. pr'epare
theIr work chieerf'ully, last, Ot,t with
sound hiunbs, mind pi'epare their consti
tutional vigor' mor tut iire usululness.
Duty EAnrni as lim>i~bNG FOnl STOCK.
--There is nothiing more useftul in pro
moting the hiealth and comil'or't, of' stock
dturing the winter season, when atii
mals have to be housed and fedh, than
diry earth. WhIle it Is the most, abun
dlant, ceadpest anid easily acquir'ed of
all absorbenits and disinilect.ants, It Is
almost ent,irely nleglectedi. Strawv makes
a very imiperfect beddilng, It. serves
no purpose whatever, as an absorbent
and only lndihifereintly well f'or keeping
she aninals clean. Fairmers wYho( have
comfortable barns anid stables foi' theiir
stock shoul, tauring the dry season ini
thie fall, aind bet'ore Ireezling commiences,
gather from roads and sources of suppolv
that are conivenilent, and store unideir
eover, enough pulveized (dry eairth to
keep the stalls andic sleepinig alpat'menits
of their stock well suplied through
the winlter. A good bud of driy earth 1a
far more comilortable ior hogs thaii one
of straw, buit both should be usetd.
Foi' keeping the stables where milch
eowsa are shelterod and fed, cleani and(
sweet, Une dry earth is stuperior to alny
thIng else. TIle lIquid voiding of the
animals is absorbed and all smells pie
vented from pervading the p)remlises.
A dusting of diry eart,h baniishes ver
muin from stock, and is at once the sim
plest, moat con venient and harmlless of
all reedies for, or prevenitioni of', ver
*min. As a saver of mnanture for those
who value this source of farm wvealth,
dry earth is the most complete. There
Is noethinlg more desiratble tihan clean,
sweet cow-stables If good milk and but
ter are objects, and no othier means wIll
aheve tis end so thorot ghlby, so con
veniently anad without extra Iepese,
as to have coiveilent for use through
thes winter a stuppily o dry earth.
MUSTY hay and damaged grain cannot
be fed to stock with impunity.
Something for tiuo Newv Year.
'The world renowned success of HIostetter's
utiers, and th: Ir continued popularaty for a
quarter of a co:r nry am a stomachte, Is searcely
miore wonderful thatn the welcome that greets
* ae annual appearance of Hlostettor's Almauac.
This valuable amedical treatise Is p .blshed1 by
liostetter & timith,. Pittibturgh. Pa., un'ler
the r own Immediate mupervision. emploving
S0 hands In that department. Ton cylier
printin~ prsses. S folding mach noB, S job
Dtesses, &o, are runnIng abut eleven months
in the year on this wovk, and the issue of same
for 1880 will not1 be less than 'ein millions,
printed in the nglish, German, I ren@h,
Welsh. Norwegian. Swedish, Holland, Do e
nilan and Spaulahi isana em. Refer to a copy
of i6 for vaIluable atnd interesting readIng eon
eernIng healt ,and numerons testImonials as
to the ofiloacy of Host. ttors' Itit teis, amuse
ment, vatIed luformatIon, astronomaical ca'on
lations and ohronoloslcal items. &e,, whih
can be depended on for -correctness. The
Almanac for 1880 ean be obtained free of oost,
tro,a draggistaa iora country dealer, in
CUT.-In treating ordinary cuts
cleaniliness and care are generally mor
requisite than skill. If the cut be ex
t' nsive, ~I "it artery, vein, or any oth
er Inportant part, be injured, it become
a more utrgent matter. Aecidental cut
from knives, cutting tools, &c., ari
more likely to occur on the face ant
limbs than on the body. All that. I
requisite in general. Is to bring th
parts together as accurately as possi
bib, and bind them up; this Is usuall
done by adhesive plaster, when the en
ecases to '>l)ed. Nothing 1s so goo<
for this purpose as paper, first washee
over on one side with rhick gum water
and then dried ; whon used, It is onl
to be slightly wetted with the tongue
When the cut bleeds but little, it b
well to soak It, In warm water for a
few minutes, or to keep a wet clot i on
It. 'This removes illtaummation ant
p1a1i, add also a tendency to falit.
ness, which ia cut gives Some person ,
if the blee:ling be too copious, dab the
part with a rag wetted with creosote,
If the wound be laarge, it should be
sowed up, It the blood tti. Issues be
very scarlet, it may be concluded that
an artery has been touched, and then
whenever the bleeding cannot be stop
pe(, nedteal i ai, mu11t be proclred;
thi best method to persue is to hind pit
the wouni tightly, or to hold a i1nger
strongly against the part that bleeds.
TO MACE B.trtr,EY Stc1AR.--TO every
pound of sugar allow hi:tilf it pint of
water, and iii1f the wliite of an egg.
Put the siigar into a well tinned sauce
pan, with the water, and when the
former is di.ssolvuul, s:t it over it mod
crate fire, ading the ivell-be'tei e g
before the nixture gets warm, and stir
it. vell together. When it boils remove
the sen in as It rises and keep it boiliog
1ti,1 no more appears, and the syrup
looks perfeetly clear; then strain it
t hrough a 11ne sIeve or tuslil; bag, anil
put it hack Into the saucepan. Holl it
again like caramel, until it. Is brittle,
when a little is dropped in a basin of
cold water, it is then sui flcient iy bol lot.
Ald a little lemon juilce and let it stand
for a mianute or two. have ready a
marble slab rubbed over with dalad
oil; pour on the sugar, and etm it, into
strips with a pair of seissors; these
strips should tlien be twistec1.
A VirnY large qatntity of pofsonous
vines, or Ivy, which clings to the trees,
partielatrly oaks, Is fottnil scattered ilI
over, and few persons know what to
use to relieve themselves fro.n the tor
meting irritation it produecs. We
therefore recommend "La:barraqr.e's
solution of chloride of sota, wiich
wheii the skin Is not broken, can be
applied three or tour times a day ; when
broken, It shotuld bn diluted wilth from
three to six parts water. This remedy
is also prescribed for orysilselas, burnts
and scalds and is found to be very cf
MINcEiD V rA. AND) Eotis.-'1'akc sone
rennants of t oast or braised veal, trimu
of all browned parts, aind nince It very
tiiniec'; fry a shallot, or otitou, chop
ped small, in plenty of butter; when
it is a light atraw color add a little
pinch of flour and a little stock, then
the minee meat, with chopped parsley,
pepper, salt and Inuttmeg to taste; mix
well, 1dd more stock If necessary, aid
let the iminee gradually get hot by the
slde of the fire : lastly add a few dreaps
of lemon Jiule.e. Serve with sippets of
bread fried in butter round, and the
poached eggs oi the top.
C,aOcotATvu Dnrus,--Pour half a
pInt boil1ina water on one quart of' white
sugar ; mix wiellI, and boil ten m itites
withiot ttrriInigi place the sauicepian
ini cold waler, anmi stIr brlskly till it
hecotmes sti ff Lenough to handlIe; mon hi
It In little ballsi amni punt t itaide to c'ool.
lBreak the chlocolate In pIeces, auiod put,
in a how I in topl of' a boIling tea-ket tle;
wheintel ted, remove the bowl, amid
drPop ini the balls one at a thnie ; take
thomn oiut with ai for'k and place on bitt
FRrcAssx CJIlcKEN.-Take twuo
good-sizedl chickens, nice'ly cieanied
and divldedl. Stew them in one qurar't
of water, amd a half pint of rilchi, sweet
mIlk: add a little salt anid liepper, one
feoutrthI of ai pot ii of butteor, a in t ofi
tenderCi greeni corni (ut frotm the cob:
iiidmlien thle chilekenis ar'e perfectl y
tionie, tickeni the gravy with iatble
spoonful of' floutr mitde In to a smnoothi
patste with a little col wvater'. Send
to thte table ini a deepQl dish,
'iNtALINo atmmna Is an exellent
remiedy for hiaenlie and ill of ten re
move catatrrhial cold. VTe ar'omat ie
a'pirits of ammonia 18 especIally pire
patred for heoartburn antd dyspepsla.
Tron drops In a wine glass (of water aif
fordIng reclef. Thne spirits of ammon011Ia
can b'e simiilarly uised buit is niot so pal..
TUsint.a CARLs-Two eggs, one and
(one hailf tutimbiers of sugar, onie-hall
tturmbier of biitter, one tuminbIer of sour i
tmilk. one-half tiumbler of molasses, one
tirmbler of ralsitns, three timblers of
flour, one teaspooniul of' soda, spiee 11
PAINTED YEn rcLEs.-When volt cleg
have been newly3 pain teri do not be in
a huinrry to use them ; it is econiomy tc
1et thietm stanid until the coat is tho
Brs of scrapedl Iee are better on the
tongue than a dinik (If winter.
PRIOFITAnLtJE PAT[R'NTs--The mdgs
wonideri Iitand marvelotis stuccess, ti
Cases where persons tire sick or' wast.
ing away fromi a coniditlon of miser
ableness, that noonre knows whlat ath
them, (pr'ol1table paStints for docotors,
1s ob)tinied by the use of Ilop BItters
They begIn to cute from tine first dost
and keep it tip unt, Ilperfect health omo
strength is restored. Whoever Ia af.
illetedl in thIs way need riot stiller whet
they can get 1101) Bitters. See other
TIuK price of soapl Is rapidly ad
Yaneing. A year's supply of I)oni.
BINs' ELCTRciuo bought now at
old pice will be a very judieious pur
PETRmOrIA, Pa., Jan. 5, 1879.
ESas. K aNMNDY & Co. u.-..My halt
is growIng out so fast that I can ali
most see it growinig myself, through
the use of yotur Unrboinue.
A Goon liturse as ai ote.'nlg to every
family, atnd all sensIble nurses recom.
mend that Innucenit but effectual rome.
dy for all the paIns anid Ills that befall
a baby.--Dr'. Butll's Maby Sy rup, Prie4
A GEAT medIcine in small vials.
Dr. JFleree's Pellets (lIttle pIlls). Ne
cheap, paste-board or woon boxes
that allow a waste of strength. Sie1
headache, dizziness rush of blood t<
time head, bad tAste In mouth, billoua
attacks, jaundieb, nternal fever, boh
and att. ma uM*i b. n....st.
"'VICn ''xNa?"-RIecently a lady,
=tfler gazing at all the brass-buttoned
ollcitals in the (lepot finally approached
on(e of the m11ost genial conductors on
5 the road.
''Can you toll me, sir,'' said she,
'who is contletor of this train ?"
"1 What train, mnadam ?"
"This train," (gazing vacantly into
"Y e, madam, but whieh train ?"
The 5.35 train."
"Yes, yes: but which route?'' re.
turued the conductor, getting red in
"For tho West," sweetly replied the
"Well, which way-by the way of
"Yes, by the way of iuffalo," she
"Yes, madamo,there he stan
in two feet of yo(u.''
"I WAS at chrelrh to-day, and enjoyed
It greatly.'' "All,'' said the p)lous
Ianilatdy, "I am glad of that. i didnt'
see you though, on which di (id you
sit ?" "Ahem--yes-ahem," stam
inered tho dieconcerted Jones, "I sat
A yrEARTl of penniles is threatened,
tt mt the heathen are elated aecordingly.
Every hand that passes over the con
tiIbullon box muist (Irop t tltree-cent
pliee or nothing, (I'ppernint3 and
lozenges Larred out.)
IT was at Nantucket, the Other day.
On the Way irp 1romn the boat o ne of
the pitrty asked the driver, "Do they
play 'I'inafore' here?" "Guess not,''
tnswe( the benighted islander, with
it. puzzled look, "but they play bill
"IF you want. ta pug dog, maiamn,"
said a dog fancier to a wt.hild be ptnr
chaser, "this hero ne1)'s the (log; why
hias nose is jtst I tuttrnlit' somtersets
'at%wecn his ears all tihe timte.''
IT Is balteved thiat Jacol) was the first
nlilian agent, for the bible repre,ents
him as saying "Lo, I have served thee
WHEN the Qieen of Sheba said the
one-half had not been told her, which
half did she mean ? Solomon's better
OF all the marvel@us works of the
Deity, perhaps there is nothing that
angels behold with such supreute as
torlisinttu t ts a prouad a.11111.
11aN a writer swears because his
articles are rsfused, Ii's a proof that,
rejected cormmtu1leation corrupt good
''W> are living at present in the very
arins of tyr"anuny,'' exclalneti a west
ern scribe. Ail! Julst been married
A FASnION nagaziito stays: ulsters
are Wornt sotewhtat longer this wint
ter "Well, then, by St. George, the
men who wear them have got to wear
stilts, that's all.
Way is a rosebul like a promissory
note ? It matures by faIllig dew.
WnEN the deacons of a oh urch h nd
aroutnd a silver coitribntiou-dish, they
id not exect It to come e back ic.kel
ANYBODY catb travel from Boston to
New York by teleionoe who wvill go
on1 the Soun td.
CH AITrY covers a miiultitude of sins.
Same Waly wIth the ciamp meetinag tent.
A MINcI- ple at bedtiame Is the short
est rouate to the maenasgorle.
TanE seasont for rememtberlng the
poor has come i P)1 aroun,
iitaigs to delIght t in.
Wnris aiover like a knocker ? Be
cause8h laI bou nt to atdoreo.
A onAvs-yard--TirIlty-six Inches of
ANY atctress cana paiut but onliy a few
Dr. C. Huter, a Germlan savant, of
Gariefswalib, hias devYlied a simp1le ar'
ranigemelnt which demaonistrates thec clr
culation of' the blooti hin the haumnana body
bty mnaking It visible. Whaat Is knaown as
Pulrkinije'st experimeor t pre'viousl1y en
abled an observer to wVit.ness t,ho circu
lationt int his owna retinal bloodl vessels;
buat no0w, for the flest time,can the flow
of tihe'vltal fluid it one persoit be
watchled by antothaer, antd thtat, we are
nes'i red, wihth suff'leent accuaracy to
tiet et anaything atbnaoraa,iand to ob)tain
I nvaluallei asaiistace in the dhagnaoils
of (disease. l)r. linater's method Is a fol
lows: Thle pati ent's head being fixed ha
a framn, Ona whleht Is a conltrivneeo for
suipporing a1 lerlooj and a iamnp,
his lower hIp Ia drawn out andI fixed ont
tthe statge of the narcros oye by maeants of
oillpe, t he hine1r su rface be tag uapper
maost, atud haaving a srong lighlt thr own
uplont It by a condenaser. WVhaen these
prepairastionts are' comletedCt( all thle ob
8servera has to d10 is to br'ing theo icrao
scope0 to bear on the su rface uf tile lIp,
uinmg a low..powr obajectlye, anad focus
Ing; a smaall superficial vessel. At once
lie sees thae enadh"ss pirocession of the
blooad cor'puscles throught the mInute
c alpallatrIes the colorless es appeiarinag
ilie whilte bjpeckadiotting ths a reod streamt
Dri. lluter' asserts that fr'omi takliag
carieful note of vairiatilons at thae blood
Ilo andi 11( changes lin theo corpuscles lhe
has d(ived great adlVanltages it tihe
Itr'eiatenat of medical eases.
L'ETF A ILEEtAoE.-"fTey are not s
beverage but. a medi(helnle, w ithucuraive
proportIes of the halghest degree, con.
talang tno poor whtiskey or poisonoeus
drtu gs. Th'ley (d0 not tear down alt al
ready dlebihltatedI systemat, but buIld it
up. 0One bottle contains more hops,
that Is, more real hop strenagtha, than a
barrel of' ordinary beer, Eve.ry drug
glftt ha Rochester sells them, and the
physicians proscri be thtem.*''--I'onn
Exprce on Ilop Biltters
VxnrixaTIN s naow acknowledged bj
otar best phiyslelanis to 1)0 the onily sutr(
and safe remedy for all diseasses aths
stng from imapnre b)lood, such as borof'
tula and scrofulouts humors.
Wiry IUN ANYv 11t'5 W 'll voUaI ('011. CotD,
ItoAs -smNR. r tudh i any Pu'maaonary or B on.
ehilal (X1.a1 iAut, Wheat a relnie Iv safe. t.hou' igh,
tad S.> eI -11y ob ninaeti as 1 . D ,iavate's Bxpo...
bor int ean be ha I? iIf you have contra. ted a
r-ever.' Cohl. 'sav- .our taang.i from t he dinger.
outs rrit ton atndilmation, WhIeh fre.
resrL'ng to te Exspectorant' tund if iroub5s
Iwi th any AfTe tIOn of thae T'hroat; you will
find thIs remedy equ ally effectual In afforditng
roller from 00si ruetatg phlegm, and is healti
*Jto Inflatmd nata
A Valha.ble Plastic Cemcnt.--Amongst
the ltauy itseful purposes whilh glyce.
rino has servel. there a re probably none
says The Englis.', lechanic, of greater
utility t han its coin binations with other
suabstaint'es, by which comnpounds with
peculuIr propert les have been produced.
A plaatic cement is the latest invention
in w'ich glycerine forms-the important
ingredient; It Is known as Jannin's cc
1ment, from the namtte o' the patentee, a
residett of Paris. '1'Io oment Is Simply
a ltixtiure in sttilablo proportions of
yellow oxde of lead (the quaIity known
as tmas.icot being pre'er-iblo )vith
givceriie. evera I other metallie oxides
anld matters may be mixed with the ece
ment, so as to suilt th,e quality or the
color of I he Celneit to the nature of the
work to be prodceed, but the two essen
tiil comnpouns18 are yellow oxide of lead
and glycerine. The proportits of
oxide of lead aid glycerlie vary aceor
dtng to the consistency of the cetnent
it is diesired to proda tce. The iroportion
of glycerine will of course be larger
1'ora soIt cemnlt than for a stitl'c'--nt;
It is Iiot, ncossary therefore, to specif'y
the exact proport iotn of' each of the
two ssen11il olloll uds. '1'his co
tIlut is spoelally adaptedt for moouldiv
those objects which reqtire an extreme
delicacy in the Iines of the east, sucl a+
engrtavod blovks and plates, forms t f
p rinltina; type, photo-lyptic platles, ett'.
Under l li iilneieo of geatle heat It
ets m in a t 'mw till utes, antd thetn resists
trr'ectly both pressnre and heat.
When set it Is also a good satbstittute for
naturailithographic sto.es, aitil is Can
rcplasce Ihet for many practtical nrpo
se. It catn also Ie used for artistle.
repro.lnctionts, such as Ifac-sitiles of
terra cotta, whose Color and s.norons
quatility it possesses. Though sotting; to
grc at hardness in a few miutlces, it
does not shrink. Massicot", It may be
observed, is at old natne for litharge,
but the tot in is more generally applied
to the yellow oxlde of lead prepared
from the scum .t' molten metal by roas
iing unatil the color Is fully rcycloped.'
For purposes in which the color Is of' no
tIolent, the scuim itself' would doubt
less answer, provided it is throughly
Rottensione Is sometilmeq harsh and
grIl ty ; the best way of trying it Is to
tnke a little between the teeth, when the
1 aat portion of' gt it may be detected.
Carel'ul workmen will always wash it
b:-fore uing. This is oflected by stir
ring the line powder In a consilerable
q.tantity or water, titein allowing it to
remain at rest for a few seconds, and
polrig the water into a glazed earthen
vessel. The powder which then pra
elltates will be perfectly flue and
smnooth. By washtog the remainder,
the whole of the lner parts may be sep
arated from the grit.
Some interesting laws of the varla
tIons of atmoapleriu clectricity have
been deduced by )eiiza fromn the regu
hnr data collected at the O:servatoro of
Monealleri. In Pledmont there are
da'ly two macxiimiof elecrricity, follow
ing the rising and setting of the sun,
at an interval of' some hours. Between
these m ixitta Is ata mininm which fol
lows the passage of the sun over the
merilian of the place. The annual
manximtut of thie :utmos>hericrie electtrical
tension ocat's in Fe' r ta ry and the mii
lmum In 5eptemtber. i,feo and after
storms tls, clectrometer stands at zero,
bit durIng their p&sa:e It ildicates
very high tension in 'calm and hot
weather Ithe lowest. v:l te tare ob=ervecl*
N' gative <1 -ttricity is generally due to
snas or rain at a dltance or .o a polar
Tiix hi..ppi*'t udiscoverv of thn are. ANA
KEW8 ana infaithble ocare fOr PiLE, a scion
t.tU ifl bu>alt.ont of iou:tco, inntrumont and
medicino, on-lorsed br pihriiansi of Wi
achta, diacoveredl by Dii. Stt.ssr.t, a reg.nia
plvi ian. an I uined arnniuy in thonnands
of cas.es. Bufterura who1 u are triedl ever' .thng
e'se iu vain, wilt fndu in',tant r- lief andi permu
lient iire. It Ia regardod b; modical men as
t'to prenst of mod rn dis. over'ios, and pro
nttouned inft.ibtlt. "Anakeai&" sent by mail
4,n receiplt of Pr;ce 91.n0 por box. B.amios
r'illa, by P'. Neustae.ltor & Co., Box 39i8 New
''MAY your tioulbles only be0 little
ones, and may you always hauve Dr,'
UtiilL's Baby Syrup hanidy,"' 8sa1d an old
bachelor t> a newly-married couple.
FOR Rr!.IRevrNO TilnoAT TnOutJJLS,
"Browon's Bronchtal T1roches" have a
worlid-wlde rep)uttation, and as they
contain nothing that wvill injure the
system, they can be used without fear
of bad resul ts.
Iv .YoUn Liver Is Dbsordere Hoofand's Ger
man iters will set It arighit.
Hieskeits Teller Otntment Will cure every
form of Tettor.
IF You Would Enujoy flood Health Take
H.oo/liai ermaen Billa.
Pro tiono Pubuoe.
TJhe manS who nevetr amoiked thle Lens Jack
Olgaretitn Is like a world withiout a sten. fte.ad
era jondor ow r the con.di ion of that man.
Aumoke tihe Lotte Jack CIararette, and you will
rel leasures withI all mauktnd. not exoept ing
yon- mothier-'udiaw. Try the Lone Jack Cigar
otteg if 1bu wanti aolear' head and sond stou
ao'. They are mna-'e of the best Tobacco grown,
and free f.om sny delutor:oti- adni terat eone.
We do not alk yo to~ take our word for the
praise best wed en the Loins Jack CIgarettes.
t)n.y tr'y them.
Fon Pnwi'Las onl 31e Face, use rnMe,keR's TeL
ter Oifnlment. It never fails to remove thesll.
Iv TROUDBD with Constipation, take Boof
ands Germnan Bitter.
Iv YoU are Dyspeptio ilooliand'a (Jermant
Ritters wdil enre you.
Johnson's Anodynle Liniment wIll post
tI,"1y prevent this teirrible disease. and will
.si,"',el core nine eaqes 13 ten, I nt'omatltoa
thtwill save mainy lIves sent tree by mail
Dora't delay a moment. ProventiLa Is better
thain eure. 5-id everywhere.
I. S. JOHNSON 4 0O., Elanger, Me.
O l O W A RD ' Ldhi
of UIeern atd
PitNN51YLTAN5A MIKLIT ARY? AfIADEatY?. hee
trP., re opensJa.u-ary?7. 4'It I etineering
lheimiry. Classics andi Vl l h. Teareeecon'erred,
(olo: el T1Co 11YAIT, Pres.
Itehta ( ant all 5kln Dlseawis e1.lly cured. pim tol
el tsn eh. sit 1rusat.ved, leavlus the I'see ear
41. 33. Steel, tIC ILberty SO., New York,
- . 4a1 .mA m .e.~ .
Liver Con plaint.
This dia atse mely he sa(id to encoed almfOsi
lnviiabiy from the sairnaoh be mg out of ordel
In the 1lrst place. liv tt llntinltli be nil tut o
rder, th+ blooi also gets out. of order; an
why t All the b nol in the human body passol
though the liver every few ntan-ite i to have tht
biliGus matter separated from it. If there b(
ainy scro,ulous t l'.t or othor Impurity in th(
blood. It. ni III surely be dep(.nlted In the lives
along with the bio. By and by, however, thos(
impuritios tnereasing, will render the blood
watery, and render Ibi motion torpid ; then i
will ceose to peroim its dity of straining put
the tlle. Only pois n wid he loft, In tho ver
and the result. will ho an obst-ruo'ed, Inlained
and swollen liver, ending in diseaso. suoii Is th
theory, and snoh the cllinax, as proven by facts.
'Ihe symptitnma crowd lapidiy upon one another,
--a rontinlled psin or i,ndorness in the light
s1-le, in 'net -g emnclatto' an i %%enkno a ;onu-bh
with ex letoration. dy'pepsla. high-colt-red
urlie, ye ilolvness of the eyes lever, a d a uick
is:e. I1 llnossiblet o uitako he dia ase
>y t,hese symptoms. There is only one wiay of
mui rmg Liver Comp laint.:; and t.hat Is, to strike
si. t.he ro *t. To do this, .iont must, af't on t,he
tolnnoh, the blood, the liver. an i the general
heait.h a' the paint* t,tlle. VNO..TIN3 alor e will
(o t'i!s, atid will iTeot a speedy cure. See tea.
Rochester Policeman "Gained E ght
Pounds in Three Wooks"
Mn. It. l(, 7'NYRN;.
Dear S r-liaing uised but three bottles of
your VutiertNs Ii a.very ota I "'a.90 of Liver Coin
Il ilnt.. I id Iynefir improv fig rapidly. Am
wollling eght pounds fimore at preient, than I
d:d when I bean . king it.. and bulieve, with .t
c'in' inuant e of a Sntalil 4 -iintl'.v rIlore. I Ishall be
entir ly cured. 41.-f.ro I began takinig the
VKO'T.NR I was under 111 (loCtot-a care. Was
sick a longtime. Mlr. Sm!th. who had received
great bo.ellt. f.rnm takin ?i lt'o VxouviNr, '(IV1sedi
me vn try it.. I c-n clher'iliy r. o>nm ni it t)
every one as a gooit inelioit, as 1110 VEu.T1N
hus done m re for meh th!a tl doot ,rs canl do
\ ours truly,
J.1MES A. JOHNSON
Polic0 Officer. No. 823 Brown at , Rcohester m. 7
S"OUTiI POLA%D, Me., 00 . 11, 1876
MR. II. Ti. QTRVHNR:
Dear Sir-I have been slo'< two years with the
liver omol int., and dl ring that. tnit have
:inken a great many ditTeront. nediel -t . but
none of i hem ulid ino any y oci. I u as ro"tloss
n gh a, and hutl no app"ttl o. Mince taking the
VFOx-TIS I rest welit. ind relish my food. Can
r'commnend the VEoHI'iNt for wi it, It, has done
'or in"". YOutta reap etf11l,v
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HEALTH IS WEALTH
Health of Body is W6elth of Ind.
Radway's Sarsaprillia Resolvent.
Pure blood makes scund flesh, strong bone and
a o ear skin. If you would have your tlesh lirtq,
your bones sound without carles, nndynurco n
plexlont fIr, use 1dway's Aarsaparil/lu
A GRATEFUL RECOGNITION.
"To cure a EloNw or LONG STANDING DISSAS;
Is truly a victory In I he healing art; that reaon.
lng power tihat olarly discerns sraor and sup.
plis a remr-dy; t h.t restores step by at' p-~by
dogres--the body which has been SlOwty att
taceked an i we.akoned by "n in' dioutis taease,
not. only commands our respect but deserves
our urri udo. Dr. Ita Iway has f irntlhAd man
kind whit that. wonderful remedy, ltadwas 'e
Narsparprilllan Resol ves$ wit et acom.
plshes this re.,ult, and suffering humanity,
wvho drag out an existence t pain and disease.
through long d<tys and long nighta, owe ht
their gratitu le."-i. fe4 Akes nger.
FALSE AND TRUE.
We extract. from Dr. Radway's "T eatise 00
diseaso anti ts Curo." as follows:
List of Diseases Cuared by
Radway's Sars p.rillian Rcsolyont,
Chronto Skin Dlseses. Caries of the Bone
IHumors in the Blood. Scrofulous Dtse sos. iiad
or unna'utri IlatA of Ilody, Syphills and Vone
real. Yever Sores. C'hronic or ( ld Ulcers. Salt
Ihitoumt, Rickets, Witin Swelling. Scal . lie d,
Utet Inn Ar etlions,. ('ant ers, Ola v war ,woll
ots, NAleM. Wast lng a nd Deo sy of 11ht liody.
i'Implrs !"ntt nlol(laos Tnors, Dy-,iop) i. K311.
nov t 4 lhiddor Diaensos, a 1tronP lit unatit
and Mou', U' nsumpi ton, Or tvol and Calculous
Depos'ts, an i varieties of i h abov - co pltaints
to whicit sons-time are given spectois nams.
We a-st, aluit. I here is no known rmnody that
possess the curative pow-r over theat. dis
eeastIt t HADWAY'S I188O1.VENT furnish A. It
cuires. -tsp .y saitp surely, tromn the founda"
lion, and reat,.re.a the Injured iavt; to toir
sound co titt.ttn. Tikr w"'st'e of the body
are stoppied and anlthy binot is sup.
plted to the syste>n, from which naw ta
a rlat I for ttod. 'T' Is is tihe d -at, Co roctivo
P awer of RADAwAY's Rxsot.vsNTr In oast's where
he av.tem has been aivated atid Moroury.
Quicksilver, Corrosive Sub'imat.e have acntmu.
lated and Berome d'pnsl ed in the hones, j tint'
etc.. caising cari's of t he oneas, ricke a. suna1
eurvatureia, cont ,rtlten. white 'we Il ing, var.
cose veins. ett., the SAitsA4ratl .I tN will resolve
away tho.e deposits an, exierninate the virts
of ihe dlaease from it to t em.
If t,hose who tire taktn tit -e medicines for
tite cure of Chronic. Scr fulous or syphilitic tilb
eases, however stow an ty b- the oure, " e1 bet.
ter," and find their getioal health improving,
their lie .it and weight. ircreaslug, or even keep.
ing its own. Is a sure sign ti it, the cure li pra
gressingQ1 In these d"csasets tht. pat' at eIther
got4 ba'ttar or wors--the virus or the disrase
; not inactiv-: ff not arrested and drlv"'n from
th' blood , wial sread and c.mnttnue to u,der
minic the constItution. As soon as the SAtLA-.
PAR LLIAN mnake " tae p.v int. ' f--el be tor,' every
hour you will grow botter and Inurea se In health,
strength and Ilest.
The removal of thoae tumors by RADWAY's
it SOLVENT is now so eertainty e;tablished t,hat
wh.tt w.as tonoe co tsidered alrno t miraculous a
now a co nion recognlz d t at by all pail l's.
Wltne s the cases of Ilannahl P. Ku 'pp. ,Mrs 0.
Krapf. 11r;. J. 11. Joly antd Mrs. '. D. llendrix,
pub ishe it in our Alim ana for 1879; also that of
Mrs. C. 8. Uibbins. in the presont edition of ottr
''lalse and True."
One Dollar per Bottle.
Only requires minutes, not hours, to relieve
pain and our e acute disease.
In from one to twenty minutes, never fails to
relieve PAIN with , no thorough applic tion.
No muatter how viol .nt or excruciat'ng the aln
the RilEUMAtI, Rod-ri tden, Inirm. 0e, mled,
Nervius. Nottral}(e, or p osrr t.td with dMeeas
may suffer, R& WAY'. IIADY REIIEI' will
afford luintant easo.
IiifGainmatlon of the Kidneys. Inflaina
tlnu ofthe tidla ir, Iniantmsationn of the
Iiowels, Consge stu,tt of the i.ungs, Sore
Tlhrat, Diffioult tireattaag, *alititsation of
the Heart, Ilyaterkes, Croup, iaiptltrla,
Catjsu'ri, Ltflt'ntena, Iieauaacla, T-'othiaohe,
Neuralgia, Ittthtaits, Cold Cilla,
Aitue Cilla, Oitilblaata, Frost Hitens,
Bruises. tumniner (Oom.laitats, Vaugha',
Oohad, aiprainsa. P'ains its rate (ihtst, Back or
Liab, ar-e iastantly relieved.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Fever and Aguse cured for Fift,y Cents. Thaere
is not a remedial agent in I he world t,hat will
ciro Fever and- Ajue, and all rather Malairious,
BilIous, 8ear.et, 'lyphold. Yellow and oter
fevers (aid.-d by RADwAty's PILLs) so quick as
RCADWAY'S RBADY Itvpi1.1/9
It, wIll in a ew moments, when taiken accord
ing to diretous, cure Criam ps, Spasms, 80osr
Stomach, Hecartburn, lick Hoadnahe,- Dlarrhmea
D;ysentery, Colic, Wind iu th~ Bowels, and all
Tr4 er shudalways carry a bottle of R aD
iWAY- READY RRiLiEp with temn. A few drops
In wa-or will praivent sicknesas or pains from
change of water, It is btter than F'renda
brandty or bitt,ersans a st'miiant.
Blineran nd Lua ber une.s should always
0o provided with it.r
All remedial agents capable of destroying life
by an overdo S should be avoide. Morphine
oDium, strychnine, arniha, hyosciemmus, and
other powerful remedies, does' at certain t:-mes,
In very small doses, relieve the -a1.lent during
their action in the sy:tom, But~ prtaps the
second dose, if repeated, may aggravate and In
are mae the sufferl g, and another dose cause
deataZ There is ao neces'it.r for using these
uncertain agents when a positive remedy like
RtADw AY' HEADY Istat will stop the m- bt ox.
cruoiating pain qiuicker, without entailtng the
least dIflicuity in either infant ur aduir,.
TIEE TRUE RE,IEP.
RAg WAY's itSA DY IttEf is the Only remediaj
agent, La vogue that will instantly stop pain.
.Fifty Ceants per ilottie.
Radwayfs Rlegulating Pills.
Perfect Puritatives, Soot in ag A pe
ents, Acf Wighuaiut Paima, Alway s sttells.
ble nd Naturali as thaeir Opceration.
A VEGICrABsLE SUBs'TITrU PE FORt UAL,OMUL.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly eoa'ed witti
eat gumr," hprge, regu.ate, purjay, cleanse
IUADWATY PILLS for the cure of all disorders
of the 8 omach, Liver, itowels Kidneys B:ud,
doar. Nervous D) seases, ileada bae, Constipath0n,
Uostivenaess, Indigest,ion, Dyspepela ilstou.
nrs. Fever, lnflammration of the Boe~l, Piles,
and .all deratngemnent of the Int-erna I is
Warranted to effeut a perfect cure. Purely vg
Stfia o contining so mereury, mainerais orde
SW"Oibsorve the followIng symptoms result.
Im from Diseases of the Digestive Orgaia Con..
Dtip ilion. inward P11 a, Fullness of th9 lod
in the Hehmd; Acidity of t 8 tomach, Nausea,
Hleartourn, Disgust of FodFullness or Wga
in the Stiamacia. a-our ltru& ions, Sink erl
Fluttetliog at the Hear Choking or s
8 -isations -a hen in a lyIn posture, Dita ns
Vision, lUpta or Webs bore titolei.ht, lue
and Dalli Pain in the Dead, D)eflionov ofPer
spi-a ion. Yellowness of the 3klin and Ey94, Pain
in the Side, Chest, lamus and Suddetj. lushes
of Heat, Burnaing 'n tue Flesth.
A few doses of R ADWAYT's PIrLS Will free the
systemn from all the above-namo a disorders,
Priee, 25 Cento per Romx.
SOl.D BY DJIUGtIaSTJ
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