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0CompaatWive Value of Foods.-ii a re
centi lecture on the chemistry of food,
by PI ofessor Church, sotmte suggestive
points of dietetics were well brought
out. Of all theeoreals, says Mr. Ch urcb,
wheat yields the best broad. This is
believed to be duo principally to the
character of thio itrogeneous matter or
wheat. The main constituent Is a
iibr:c, and it can be readily obtained
for examination by making a little flour
Into dough with water, and then wash
ig the starch out by means of a: stream
of water. There Is then left a graylsh
yellow, tough, elastle mtass, wileih is
gluten. Speaking of peas, beans, and
various kinds of pulse, It was pointed
out how match more nearly the differ
ent kinds agree In composition than tile
cereals do. The great drawback to the
use of vaiotbus kindsI1 of piilse is ,hat.
they are so difl'e.ent to thgest. They
are an excellent theoretical food, ac
cordIng to tanalysis, but thtey at'e a se
vere tax on digestion. Of all the beans
none prcsents a better t3 pical food than
the Soy bean. Lentlis have been nuch
spoken of lately as a good 100d, tad,
lite tly und odly approach to a good
typleal food, baa tiltey are bitter, astrn-a -
gent, and not easy of digestion. It has
11ow eme to be )retty well recognized
that the food of a anta doing hard vork
should have ilesi-formers to heat-glyers
In proportion of 1 to -Ij atd that the
food of a child should have I to 7. Bread
gives 1 to 7,1. where the heat-givers are
More even imn at clikt want.,; so it. is
not at good heat by itself'. Pulse Eilves
(taking an aiverage) I to 24 t. whtih is
f'ar to suall. In these calculations
heat-trivers are reckoned na starclb.
Potatoes give I to 141, acording to tle
latest aimtlyses Lthe old I to 8 being cvi
dently an error. Otn ion is I to 4. :tt
excellent proportion, t.houtgh ottiota:
are tact tatntct it fiavora as food. Itt looks
Ing at the1t relaltve vailue s of esh
formers atntd i aheat-givers In foods, tie
actual amount. of water must not be
fo r; .;tten .
Xmokers will m, startlcl to leaarn tiat,
a false atmber catn be produced so lihe
itle real that the most, experientced eyes
may be decelved. The genuine artich
1 SImply a1 )si Iesit, ant t tilitators
startiig 1trom1 that point iavo adoptel
as the basis of their falsifieations fresh
resIns, which bttey treat in suchit aaamanm
rnr as to give their 1,roducts till the tap
p0etaance Iad itluSt of tite tqutalities of
tihe true a article. The iost. este.Amed
speelmensa of tie latter are produced
ona the coats of the .lt tic and comte
from ubri g ftoy Ioreits oft pita'', very
simhirini to now iln Itnitug, wiicht
Iare in the state of i..t ite, tat, is osay,
between the cu.ndition of' coal antd tat.
of peat. The atih'tr aeccoanyiIg
this lignite is gotealaly fountad in
roualed tlasses, the foria orlinarily
atsam ted 1 na gtunt. Thr sub
stalttca printcipily uvsed itt tie itat aat ion
Sarticle ,s Coloplhonay (a resina prodluced
by the ricotmpoiti ;on at turpeti)
bit, aaiN' othr igreiets are nuitle
itse of to give it tit(- t-ttuisitc (itlties.
N'o pctIAt. is the Itaitat.iol thAt ,i to li so
aabert ias Ite electrical ploperlties of
th 1tre, a1)ita Some Ittgeniaous prodIucers
have even tanaged to induce it tlhe
subt.'anttcoe foteign bodies, Iinseets. etc.,
to rndertaaa t .e t'emb'In aleo moi'e 1si t'ikIn1g,
and untianince 1te vitato accol0tngly.
otwithstandinttag tho a rntey ot tle
attitatiota, tmeans exist of' readily detcct.
Itg tite false Irot the trie. Ueiluine
a a requitIes t eat t. of from 285 deg.
to 2910 dJg. Clent ig. ti5 deg. to 5I52 alg.
Fahr.) to ltelt it, while the spurious
substance becotmtes liquid tt a ta iuch
lower I'ta pertiatutrt. MoI treovera', t'hile
iht tead ati hele is Ottly sl ighatly attaiched
alter a verty loag timae by3 thertot anad al
cohtol, the imtat ion oata rahily loses its
poliisht in 'otrt l wiah these ligiqaIds,
ianti s5ton beuctoe soil.. Witt it numer
oats sall I pieces of tue amtabetr, a linpa
o1 mattcht grteater v'aue tanat be 'oa'taned.
All it ha as toa be donte Is to moitista'en thec
surfacees to be una ited wthI caumstie pot.
asha, tad pare's atem togeather' wh'ile
warmtt, whietn thety prtotduce a aratspbar'
etat antd, htomtogeneous imatss.
Eutict s on Ornam~et.-31 . Ta'ouava,
w no htas t'ecat' Iy tditized eleetriceily
for tttttn3'tny moedP proses, Its appIted
it' tnow to trinaket~s and art'e~les of orn'aa-.
aiett. Fot' iatanttc, of two st'arf'-ints
oet hats a hieatis-hiead~i, gol ot' eam el,
wi th diatnond cyes atnd an atrtttia alatedl
iw: thea othter htas a rabb~lit seated up-)
ighat ott a box wiith a littlec bell bfor'ae
it, to be strutck w' ih two rods hteld itt
atnimtals fore Itaws. Ant invaisile wirte
contnects thlese objects withil a smaa laher
ticae of' which is about1. Ite size of a ei
galrette. It is kept Int thte waist coait
pocket. andtt aits ottly whe titurn 'ted
htotizonttaly't or tnvertetd. Whent a petr
son looks all. theo1) pithe owti a'ra, sI i tapinatg
ah ainger tatto hils paoket, matoves lae batt
tery'3, whelareuapont [te (ftheat i t l rolIs
its e3ves andit garinds its teelth, (a'r the lit
tle ratbbit heaats thea bell withI its rods,
A tiainjt oif cramemtt~t, Is a stmall
birdai set wI ith d lmronds, to be ti xci faa a
latdy's haira, and [to e int s of' wvh ich ca u
be set hin maotioan electa'itally.
J3Ir. WIilsona F"laey explob its whty cer'taina
bir~ds, like ci kad es ad r'obifas, never
lot'-ageOintcomatpa'f. Ilocks,aOsdthetao pat'
rows anad other' graint-eatting birds. Th'ielir
i'oodl conasists of iancots, andifioto hee they
are cotmpelled to scaltter'. The'itr ntattu
r'al gregarahouasness, htowever', caulses
thtemto ( 81 otad a ntote everay ntow atta
Woodpeckers do nta, ca l a each othert
whili e faeed intg, heeaulse i teir t hamnein
Is ultllet. t 31r. Flatgg ntacices a ihat.
gualar lacet int theo atssoet'lton togtet'r
yet ntot inthe [ am oe trioop, of thte down'ay
wouodpeokct st amti [lh cha lckatde. 'lThere
seemas to b a sor't of' afhntaty, heo says,
beotweena thIt smtall woodplecker's, thle
ertoeers atnd thme chiekatdee. IThey 2,)
tot. jadati01 comatny, buat keep witin a htear'
Intg of came anaotlahea fr'om a so0aablhe l'eeh
ag. Whtetn birds are' graiat-eatters, they
go itn large, close llocks, like the r'ed
witnged blackbirds, becatase thaeir food
For' (te HIar.-Ior hilling (aut of thte
Ihar a lotiion is pre'seribod comitposed of'
waiter of' naamonaa, talmtotd (all, andi
chtloroformtn, one par't eacha, dil atted witha
.tive paarts of aleohol, or' spirits of to
snmatry, thte wholeo maade fr'agr'ant with
a da'hma o( lemnont. D ab it oan( te skin
aifter thiorouttgh frb-idon witha tho laha
bruash. it. lay, be tused sparttingly or'
abut~ndatlyi~, datily oa' othbrwise.
About the p~athaolo~gy of rmiteausa its orgn
and whteiher It be horedat ary, bait irrefragable
testimaony proves that whoun a tonadontoy to i6
tvelops iteolf, lhistettor's Sta a Bat tors ts
a rehtable meas of sublduling thtat tenad -ntoy.
IHomo of the prescribed roemedos for thte <tis
ease are decidedly objootioable from the
danger attoendin g theIr use, othtors are utterly
inoftectual, the best, thte safest eck is thte
-JL tters. -This very obstinato mialady, the more
effectuaa'ly to overomo it, should be gralppled
with at tlso outtaut. Every one knowd whtat
terrible,;whtas cO'asls pain it can' liht. Why
thoat shouald tii atrooious, of tont fatal comi
palainut b9 allowed to gaain headway thron h int
safe. long tested anid stronagly recommundled
medicne presents It elf. In addhitiona to sutg
getlid thi a means of relief it seems not lan
*ppropito to caultion the rhoeumatic ajaaist
TuR EvAPoaTrioN oF Fiuir.-3litil
titudes of men of great intelligence do
not 8em to understand the differenco
between evaporated and dried fruit.
They are almost incredulous when told
that evaporated fruit sells at two and
three times the price of dried, especial
ly that which is dried in the sun. Yet
such is the fact. Tihe demand for eva
porate(i fruit is largely for export.
Whik. tie bright, alid beautiful color of
evaporated fruit greatly recommends it
to the colisumner, it is by no means its
chie rICCommnIldatiOnj. It' it Were so,
8i-dried fruilt might be bleached by
ijulplurous acid gas, or chlorine, to
matke it, inquired after. Take offrpeach
es, for extanple, forty-elght, , hours be
lore they are failly ripe; dry hallf of
thema either inl the sil, or in anl oven,
Or dryer not plilosoplically colstrue
ted, tind the other half In a philosophi
cil evaporator and th evaporated
fruiit will be fotid to contaih frot ten
to lifteen per cent, more of sugar than j
tihe dried; besides the llavor will beso
dill'erent that any person can perceive
the supe)rior excellence .1f the evapora
teL. Drying frtit is removing the ia
ttiilral juices, cither li the stun, lin an I
oVen, or lin dry air. Tle outside Is
dried first. Evaporating is removing
tie lnatulral juices, while the fi it Is
kept. in air satiratedi with moistuire.
This is important to reinembur, if dis
al)pointment it retil-ts is to be avoided.
To revtove the natural juices while tihe
fruit 'Cmn ains In most air, is to convert
the starch of' t fruit into stigar w ith
great rapidil-3--reducing the Lime of
liptling fron fort.y-eight to live or six
louirs. The heat of the chatiber in
which the frui t is Jplaced, tile moistluie
evolvedi, the increased electrical cur
rent, all1 tend to this result. To secure
(uOst Lef1CCLiy th 1 ul ilavor of evap
oratett fruit, tile trays or iurdles must
be itlaced in a hot air ciaI ber heated
by a flurtace, y'coll of hot air pipes or
of steitam. A furinace or stove with
silltleiclt, radiating surf ace to productl a
ten.perItur oI froni N260 to 300 deg. Flal.
io al1 that is needed. The trav or hur
dies is ptlaced bitove It for :ibout ten
minutes, or until it is heated through,
it is then elevated by )lmehinery or
eidliess canii6 live laches and another
tray or fireh ru1it isshoved in the place
m1ade aCan'ilt. Th iS operationi is COnW in
tied util the hot, air chamber is filled
witi trays, vien the first that was pllt,
ln IS ready to Come 01lt.
HIENS As Giui Ds sTrOYEs.-Thi
FIrenchi peatsatlls IILhave It IOVeI 1110(10 of
feasting their Jowls and a the same
EtimLe destroying the om1mon grulbworll
with whileh, Ill Momlie diNtrIctS, their
land is literally 'alive' in early spring,
ill of which the lairmers there thus
111 thelisielves: When the plowing Is
bin1 hg dionle a coop or box Is placed l)
On1 wheels and filled with advanced
chickens adI fowls, forty, fifty or a
n11111dred ina each, and tLhis veliele Is
taken to the newly plowed fields and
follows the Open Ot uri'rows. Thi fowls
are let. out of the peralmibut1! ing Coops
ats Voon as tle grouid is turned over for
a given spaice, aid they ire quiickly
bIt sy inl gWtiling up lie m.yrials of'
gIrnltVor thrown to le Slit-ace by
1,1hp plowV,.-tring th~emselCves wVithI these
rare pickingsr~ of* which they seein In-t
ordii:itely fnid. The Cool) i i moved 9
oi aIs tlie birels advance behinad the
iklowutan , ani tihe 'owls eed constant
ly aill <hy long iI this wIy, (eivoin-ii~g
t~he girilus wit iteise gtsto, aniI apl
peig'1 iWV 0C' n 111 iSlIed so long aWS there
is a strly worm inl sight. ThuIs the
14reach pIIsalit eleurs is grotnld pre
ve'ous to) phanltin g volry effet~uiily fromt
it15 iles dstti'~ve and4 )01 petfeisl deC
voers'C' 01' tile r'ooiilings of tender~l -
plant1 s. TheiseJ( griths brmeed ini coun tless
iiumbers~i' in thle 11elds1 of N'ormanlldy 1
anid N h'ivrjni. At 81 'sunst. the f owl's
and1( are thIs re(t,hi d1 to lieir home1 1
quaterQIs, or atre kept continaed until I
hiex. day13 for1 a1 contiuance o1 tis duty, 1
wVhiichi aplpearis to be a r'are ei joyment31.
S l., tr11! j 11No Fowi.s von MunrK . 1
-Death by 5.anigulation aliways pre'(
sents1 ai bad14 appearan'eei, hlecaliSe tihe I
hiavinlg 11o cuttet to t1ow oil' In, It coagui
htels ini the veinis, prese~t inig a1 swOoll, I
darllk aIpp~earnliIce, Thiiis may taike pla1ce
to SOlnle consiiderable e'xten t, w hen
dealthk is produ1 tced Il inlly suiiden imn- I
tier; thleref'ore, ilhe best way'13 to kill
fowls fot' inarket is to etit oil te 111211n
artrie iis by3 lplttt ing at small kuf 2 blade1)111(
in to the mout 01' uppe 1 p)3'lor'tionl of tile
itro t, and1( th ius bleed th1em1 fr'eely,
holding themtl q Ith3tly until the st rug
K ii.0 'rus PAUP'ens. --Onie-- hirid of' all
line ('ows kep~t by dad'imen ini thle Iu i..
ted StalttcS produtce less 11nik Ltan will
paty thirii keel). Th'Iese arie sim ly~ a
1)1od uiponi tile butsiness3, anud were he't
ter given away thanli kept. A cow that
yields on Iy' 3,000 pounds11 0of milk itt flive
or' six yearis old1, shlolili be got r'id 01' as
a1 pauper~C that lives Oil y'our chiai'ity' and1
ri'n'IseS to wor'k. Onliy hieif'ei's with the
lir't enlt' can1 bo tolerated with so liw
a y'leid ; amid tile prospect is not favor
able1( eveniW ih the hif ter'. Shte shlould
'ield 4i,00t0 p)ound~s the Ii'st seaison to
(Jiler mucllh 311 encuagi'een to keep hert.
P'ouilr.e hiouses silhuI'1 be wearm.n
l'rozeni over. Kerosenec rhouldi he
p)oured1( er tho pereltes.
Fumrttu (toa son01, whos0e schoo01 re
pot ts ran iow)-"'Charley', I see no im
prlovernentt iln youri remarlks. I have
'spokenl abouit tis several times."' Char
ley-"YXes, tather, andl ti yout dIon't
haveo a setious wvord with thle tetacher
he0'll go on this way forever."
GUnury oin Wu-ldNo.-SomIe Pelot)1
have ad 11 ash:ion otf' conlfulsing~ exee .
reimedies with thlar'ge n11115 of "Piat
ent medicines,'" and inl tis thley aire
guiilty of a wvronig. Theie are some1 ad
v'ertised remeies fiiiy worth all that
1s as8ked for themli, anld one lit least we
know of---lop Bitters. Tihie wriitor 11as
had11 occasion to use tihe hitters ill just,
suchi ai ellmai~teas we) bayiO most of the
y'ear' in Bay City, and has always founmd
111h1m to be llrst-claiss anid reliable doinlg
atll thalt 18 claimed for them.
YEr uNE i 11011t ish Inlg ant st I'ength..
enig; purkities the blood; regulamtes thle
bowels; quiets the nlervoiis systems'
acts directly tupon the secetionis, and
arouses the whole system to action.
WE have no healtation whatever inI
reccommeilndhing Dr'.' Bhutll's Baby Syrup
for children teething or suff'eiring from
Wind ColIc, Diarrhon or Dysentery.
Foni diarrhwo~t dysentery, blood-flutx,
oramps in stomach, and collo, whether
affecting adults, children, or Infants
Dr. FlIerce's Compound E3xtract ot
8mart-Weed is a sovereign remedy. It
is comnpotnded from the best brandy,
Jamaica ginger, atart- wood, or water
pepper, anodyne, soothing and healng
gums. For colds, rhourmatism, neutral
gio affectIons, ani to break up fevers
anid intiammatory attacks It is invalu
able and should be kept im every husqe,
hold, Fifty cents by drg ots.
Wur lIEr.-The se-ason of theo year
lhae arrived wien wet feet are usual, to
say the least, resulting in various forms
of disease. Indeed, it is probable that
more colds are produced from cold andi
wet feet after the debilitating lnili
ences of the extremes of col'd and heat,
then from any two other causes com
bined. This results from the uiusual
exposure of our children in their favor
ite amusements on the tce and snow.
These are often so active and violent as
to produce perspiration and consequent
weakness, predisposing to colds. The
discomforts whlich might ordinarily be
>bserved, and heledd, tinder these ex
Alting cire imustances, are ofteln un i notic
d. 'Thie danger Ia whlt in the quiet
)f home, whenl fatigio has prepared
tho way, 1111d whenl inl nohot room, the
body in perspiration, when these cold
mId wet feet disturb the citculationi
titd[ the equal temperiture of the body.
And when we remember that the
outidationis of cosuimption are laid in
lie thoughtless lays ofyouth, the m1ore
Ilarining symptolnis ippearing with
4irls, from Seventeen to twent-y-filve,
.t becomes the dity of a mother to see
hat her daughter looks after her feet.
,n reti n ro I g Ironi skatinhg, etc.. secur
Tn 4 (T hristian Union te IIs how a fish
'hiowder should be made, as follows:
Nut Into the ipot in which the chowder
s to be made a lew thin slices of nice,
tweet, sal. pork. Let them fry on the
lottoi of the pot till brown, then put
)m a layecr of fish (coil or haddock ii tihe
mest), then a hlyerof sliced potatoes and
>nions, anothber of fish followed by one
i' potatoes un itil there is as muchuli as
ovill be requir,d. Uso the onions in
mitih proportiowis as will best suit the
aste of all. Spiikle over salt and
)epper or boil a red plepper; but rem
uiber that the salt pork will be alinost
mouglih salt ^or seasoning the whole.
Whenk all ready, p1otr water enioigI to
:over the whiol0, ani le-t it boil tweInt
thtinutes. J ist before taking ulp wet a
ablespumil'il of' flotir in some 1inilk--or
nore, accortdIng to the pianiLity of 1l'ih
-aild pour inl to iihicken tho howderll
. little. Pitt pilot. bIreaL. Or slices'- of
>read, or crinekors, r'oiind the bottoiii
mnd sides of the tiureen, then dish and
erve hot. Claim chowder may be madu
rom i his receipt.
hlow' 'No MAK GooCl CoFEEri:.--There
ire 1wo 1 in which 'houild be well
,onsblered; Itirst the coffeet pot shouild
o wel i washed and rinsed. Soie
iolsekeeperis leave the ground ni an1
oll olee in tho cofl'e pot Irm inI
.o diy; when they wait; to tse it. the'v
,ly rinse oit the groiditis. 'his lab
L is a Viy po' Oil as it, wIAs oil t [lhe
:olee1 pot ani1d inl a short liWim spoils the
:01'Ve. %eIcold, al ways niasure the
iiouit of' water; have a thn dipper or
0110 dilish that will hold jit it enontgh'
vat'er, us it. every time, it will save
vafte, 'or every hoWvfO knows
Iow much coifee her family Contsiimei ,
0 she C111 tell how iiiith water to use.
have tried ma king coffee by every Ic
ipe I ever saw, I have made it vi h
old, warm and hot va'er; I have soak
l, boiltot and steeped it, hut the only
vay that I Cani IC'onlied is, tor every
wo Cups of' coll'oe take :I tablespoon of
00d, 'i'esh , gr'otud cofl've, )t it in the
Oflec pot and pour on twNo til) of'
ollintg water, se, it on tite stove, as
0011 if It ComIes to a boil remove, Jet it t
tand two or three miinites and it is
eady for tile table. Th is is lie o1y11
ray I cali get clear, good coffee.
FaixoD Ciiet Ai> I :nEAM U nIAvY.
-'Dress a1 cou)1 ple of pluin ) sp.ring (chick--I
nus and etut them in pieces ; wa':sh well
lilt qiiickly, and11 spr~ikle each p1iece
v ith peppe-r anid salt andi'roll Inl plen ty
it lotur. PutI some '11 (s of' salt por 10'
n a frying Panl and whlen tile fat is
rtied Oult re(move thle pork and put lai
lie chlickeis. C'ook untiil each piece is
diue briownl on both sidecs, cover'ing
hieni w~eil ando wa'tlchinlg careftul ly thiat
h1e3 do not biirni. Wh len dono1 ar
'ange them oni a hot phlitter'. Pour a
ilnt of mil1k-part creamil) is beltter'-into
he fryilng pan and w~hen it boils pour11
nI a spo0on1till of corn' starchl 01' hour
n)Xix iooth with a little mil1k. Sea
on to taste w'ith peppei' and 9-11L.; throw1
n a hi tie tchoipett parsley'; str 0on
tant ly and w lien thie gravy boils t utrn
t over' the chickenu, which should1( be
IF 3'Oill c0al li'e is iow, thriowv oi a
aibhespooni I'ul of sait, and it will hielp it
A little ginger put into sausage meat
mnproves the flavor. 1
In bolling meat tor soup, use0 cold
vatr to extract the juices. 11themet
S wanlted f'or' itself alone, plunge in
olling Water at once.
You cani get a bottle or' barrel of oil
ill any earplet or wooleni stulY by alyil-.
nur drly buckw'heat plenii ifully and1
althfully. Never lut. water' to suchlia
rense spot, or liquid of any kiud.
TPo R EPAIRn ClRAcKs iN WA.I.S.-Equal
>arits of' plaster' 01' Paris aiml wito sand,'
uich as is usedi m most families for I
cour iing p~urploses, lixedl wi'th water'
o a palste, applied inuned iately and
imoothedi with a kiie or flat p)ice2 of'
v'ood1, will mako the( br'oken place as
rood as new'. The ixtuire har11dnetes
juickly, so it is best to prepare
mit a small quanitity at a time0.
TJo mendto ironi ware tako suilphlur 2
>arlts and)( flne blacklead I part. But
he sulphur in an iron1 pant over a 11ire
untIl It melts, thien add the lead, stir
veil, theni pour11 out. Whlen cool], break
uito small pieces. A suilelient quanltity
If this coinpound boing placed upon
lie track of' the wiarec to be mended,
an be soldered by an iron.
OnAI1AM P'AsTai.-M.lx lightly one
>ounld of Gr'aham 1lour'wvith a pint df
hick, sweet cream ; add salt, roll thin
mud bake as other pastry,
Couauis. -- "IBrown's Br'onchtlal Trc
*hoiae used Withi adlvantage to alle0
vlate Couans, Sons TiInoA-r, IIOAnISE
N853, anld BRIONCii AL. A FF'oTIONs.
Vor thirty years these Troches have
been In use, wit.h annually increasing
favor. They are not new andi untiried
but, having ibeen -tested by wide and
Joastant use for nearly an entire gen.
u'ation, they have attainetd W61 1-mern~
;ed rank among the few staple remedies
>f the age. '
TH'iE prIce of soap Is rapidly adl
sancing. A year's supply of Don.
BINS' EmmoncTi bought now at
ld price will be a very jtulicious puri
ANY~ persI'on ilIniig ., bald h('d and
flinlg to see the beni'ht to be dieriyed'
from the great petroleutn halt' renews.
er, Carbjoline, as now Inproved and
pierf'eetedh, in thieface of theo ystnum
ber of testimnonials fronm our very best
citizens, is surely going It blInd.
TP ilts SuOUrLD MUrr THusB EaOt- fpp
Suufrernnt fron) s coa . 1 e
ia, or eJljl) fltetnw ol
In lt ~sa~.Afoo dy :elt@ auh
A RA DY Wirr.-Every body has heard
of the ready wit of Douglas Jerrold.
The following are a few specimens:
At a clib of which Jerrold was a mim
ber, a fierce Jacobite and a friend as
liercM for the Orange catse were argu
ig ioisily and disturbing less excita
1e10 conversatloialilsts. At length the
,Jacobite, a brawny Scot, brought his
list down heavily upon the table, id
roared at his .-dversary: "I tell you
what it ha, sir-I spit upon your King
William !"' The friend of the Prince of
Orange rose and romrel back to the
,Jacobite: "And 1, s1r, spit upon your
James H [I'' Jerrold, who had been
listening tothe u1proar in silence, here
upon rang the bell andl shouted: "Walit
Nr, spittoois for two!"
At an evening party, .orrold- was
looking at the dlancers, whnoim seeing a
very tall gentleman waltzing with a
:ela.tkably short lady, he said to a
friend near: "Ilumph ! there's the
mile dancing with the milestone l''
"V E'IL I IA vE A lANMINES.'-A speel
men of the gentis free Iuncl (iend on
ters; coat thread bare anl greasy, hat
tong t.e tiles thail. have seen better
lays, boots down at the heels, "'cheek"
promini tly displayed, happine1ss great
hu ntge' greater, impecuniosity great
est. h'le 'lenld'' proceeds with eant
tious step to the I iiieli counter and
gorges hintuself with ioodle3 soup, onii
oils, isatsages, fried liver, pork and
beans. sauerkraut antid Limbiurger
LhCese, grabs aid pockets a hianldful of
woohe tooth-picks, remis the m1oriniig
pilper, aid steps up1) to the bar. Leaning
river it, he gpavzes for some time at a bot..
Lto of seltzer, mistaking it for a barom
LIter. Addressing the Gerima bar
Ikeeper. lie asks:
"What does the weather indicate ?"
"Ohi, aboutd (let) condhs.''
"1DO you think we'll have rain ?"
"Vell,'' gIlncing at, tle well-cleared
1unch counter, "no, I din ve'il have
AN old follow who has a son just en
:ering jlvenile soci ty, 1111d a terri
rie mistako the other night. A note
was lail at his plate which read :
'Miss- , No.- street requests your
0lipaly Tuesday evening.'' lie coin
md his bald head and 'went there. A
Itle girl ushered hinm into the parlor.
is Miss-in ?"' saidl he. "Yes, that
s my name," said the -irl, "isti't John
y Coining to-iight?" Johnny was
Ius son. It all occurred to the old man
it a moment. lie thought Miss
mvas an older sister. .le wiped his
>ahl head, took Is list atnd said - No,
01olhnny has Che cholera ui tifantumn. Just
alled in tell yoii he couildn't be here.''
ind the Old rity wenit out and kicked
No CitANCE liIF%),OE --A bridal party
Ipp roach- the iymteial altar and the
'iangy imin proceeis With the service.
"Wilt, thntt, Mary, take," etc., he
lI (II res.
I Naw '' is the reply.
"What!'' Cries the good pas
or; "if You didn't want !o marry this
'enitlemnai why didn't you say '!o soon
I ? What made you wait till the mo
tent of the ceremony ?"
"Because, sir, you are the first per
on that has condeeleid to ask my
dvice or consentmeni iii the matter.'
LAUnA (with i ve)-"Oh, if this
ale n ere oil ly true and I were the
'croine!" Kat--What!'' with her
iereutions, her misery ?" Laura
,ll bm then, dear, remember, She
''tho na'e ofl thea"Lttl rascal.'' A
Ax honest 01ld lady in the country,
vhen told1 o1 heri hulsbandl'8 (death, ex
lammed, ' 'Well. 1 dhO declare, onri
roiubles neverl come1 alone1 1 It ain't a
veck since I lost my besat hent, and( now
A GEuMAN, being asked how much
aur kraut lhe hand puat up for winter
15e, '1e reliedl : "I'so niot got miiuchl;
ittle inore as tea barrel, sihulst foi'
"'I KcNow a victim to tobacco,"' aida
ettre'r, '"who hasni't, tasted food for
iearly thirty year.'" "h~ow do you
now hie hasni't asked an aualditor. ''Be
anse5 tobacco killed him in 1850.
A enIINAMAN tihus dcrCibes a trial in
aur coui'ts: One muan is silent, another
aliks all the( time, and twelve wIse
nen condaeman the miani who htas a nt
aidt a wvord.
A YOUNO gentlematn aadvertised for a
vire1, th rough the ChIcago panpers, andl~
eeele answers from eighiteen hus
tands, sayIng that he could have
A uoinn advisced lher dauighter t'o
>dl her huair, and1( f ainted flat away wvhen
hat (datmsel replied, ''Oh no, ma, it
poils the gentlemen's vests."
TuxIZ school-boy whto swallowed his
hlte penacii has since thrown uip the
No Monii TTAnnD TPIMs.-If you will
Ito) p(tiling SO mulch onl fine clothes,
rich food anid style, buiy good, healthy
foodl, cheaper and1( better clothing; get
more real and substantIal things of like
every wvay, and especially stop the fool
lah habit of employing expensive, quack
dloctor's or using so much of the vlie
humbug medicine that (loes you only
harmi, but puit your trust In that sImlie
purile remedly, Ihop Bitters; that eures
aiways at a tmrifling cost, and you wi1ll
see good times and have good health
See aniotheir column.
YAnlUovan Ilotisj, RALIoi, N. C.
I hatve used( Dr. ull's Cough Syrup
for my childre'n, servants aind mnyself
and think it the golden remedU~y.-MErs.
Theore is Nothing Certain
except death, anal that is now rendered ex
trioy uncertain by the disce.ry of an aban.,
lutely certain curo for tho most painful of all
bodily ailments, Piles. F~or 8 000 years, quaoks
a1( nd meia men have rivalled each other in
torturing the miserable sufferers by that ter
hblo disonso wiulh all manger of barbarous, ig
norant and usaeles-i nostrums and dovmceg, and
might satIi liavo gone on for a thousand more
years but for the discovery of Antakesin by Dr.
Bilsboe. We soldom puff such things, but any
nm or woman who has ever suffered the
agomny of Piles, wail thank udt for callinig at
tezition to ani almost Infallible rem- dy for this
dreadful diseaso. 500,000 afficted sufferord
testify to Its unparalledl vartues. Doctors of
all mealical schools ondorsgo and usme It. It Is
at' once the triinph and adiniration of tho'
ago; simple, safe, prompt and permanent, it
tolievos pain at once, supports and om
b~res-es the tnmors ahd! ultimatolv cures the
worst, cases of Piles, no matter of how lonse
standing. Absoluto it falhbility is not pp si
bie, but, medical scIence 'hbas nothin~ iib
mi atly so than "Anakeals.", It Is time discovery
*f Dr. 8. Bilsbee,an accoplplimsbod ehemist and
aRticing physician, after 40 years' study and
experoenco. flamplog of 'Anaoie'are senbr
freeoto alliiufei'era by P. N~etttaedtek & OC).
Ihox 8948 Now York. Sold by druggImte boy
trhere. Prica inO0 ner boa.
A WORD OF (GAUTION.-SMmoJE
Livcr Regulator or Medicino mantifact.
ured by J. 11. Zellin & Co., like all
stAndard and really valuable articles,
has inet with a degree of annoyance
trorn imposters and mercenary advon
turers. Tiho popularity and world-widQ
fame of tile Roitilator has ind ucell ui.
prinlpled parties to place spurlotut
coi pounids cal led by sorne garbled part
of our title or name In the market. A
maj rity of these enterprises have diled
a Itatural death, but others are periodl
cally croppinig out. To those who have
not yet learned the great worth o tile
Regulator thils worti of caution Is nec
essary. To the invalid It may be a
question or life tid (biuth. Ask for
611imns Liver Regulator, antI look for
tile sigrature 0' J. 11. Zellin & Co., and
the large red Z. on their clean, white
wrapper. Accept no colorable linita
dions or substitaes however plausibly
A Dariing Frak.
Some medical students in lRaltlinor
plainied1 one day recently il darlni
freak, which miscarried only by a mer
chalice. They went i) to tile top 0
tile Washington Moninent, about lIv
o'clock In the evening, whenli It wa
fast growing dai k, one of them wear.
iig all extra coat, anjot)er an extri
pair of panuitaloons, and another carry
ing also a pair of old boots and othe
niaterial concealed, with which to m1anl1
utfacture the elligy of a Man. The3
quickly did their work, in fact alimos
too quickly, for their design laid been
observed by several people on the strec
below, whose pre-sonce oi a corner at.
tracted the attention of the keeper
Apprelend'.ng that a tragedy was lin
pending, he rushed to the top of tit
shaft, wlere lie was ua ilrst startled b)
seeing a pair of boots lianging over tii
parapet, andi near by a slow matel
burning. On closer examination, how.
ever, lie discovered the trick, which lia<
been artfully planned. The elilgy lai
it rope about Its ileck, ai en1d of whllcl
was tied to tihe lightniwg-rod. Anoth
er cord was around the waIst of tile 11g
tire and to tills the slow-latch had been
attached, which, wlien it had burnmet
the cord, by the time it ]land grown quilt
dark, would alive caused the igure t(
sli over the parap1t and left It for Suil
day lmorning, hanging-11 te1ifying4
spectacle to all good folk on the way tt:
Ir You aro J)yipoptic IRootlamrs Germa,
litters will ouiro 3'.van
IF Your Liver is Dinordered Hfoofland' (;er
man Billers will set it arigit.
IF You Would Enjoy Good Hoalth Tak
Uoolland's Genaan Bilters.
If Troublod with Constipation, tako Hoof
and's German Biters.
leskell's Teller UQntment Will cure ovorY
orm of To-ter.
Foa PImrL.vA on the Faico, use Ilieskell's Tel
Thought She HadConsumption.
Had all the Synmptonas.
VEGETINE CURED HER I
Ma. HI. R1. STIvwss: TORuONTo, Sept;. 27, 1S79.
$ir.-Th'": not. Ins of Vegetine ha o given me
comipi . L r'iiof fr mn pain and aux ety asI tO mny
futulre, rend I dedmro tL add my testimo 1,10 1o t5
melr,(8 as poven in my expcr.enco. For mnore
11h in a .eAr jlrevious t o June Of the pres enlt
year, I was afllICtedi 'a .h sharj luains thir iulgh
the* cheatL andi s'oulders ; I Uni er ,Lood tihes to
be sympi1toms or Consumiaption. anr the ranxIty
resultttu tam thil1.10 weC ;N"'(d awniupod me.
I iap dli I at,11 -shx. color, H 'aas, no-miory and
'trtengthl; i) I b cam exceei A1 - sensitive to ex.
p)osu :-, and wai co!stantly takin'g coldI which
reumllt~ed inl acuto cat( i''l rch1 aCiough. A Irh'nd
:e 01omm) 'nded .vour %.get ine, t hun Just being
idveritsod. anfit VutLer ii :-;; taco bottlos, I was
fre Irom all paV'l i .day I am wveil and
ho, eful of 10n14 .a. If thlis may b -tile mf~fos
oft indlcng any stuiring lika listross to get
I ko relne, I shall n'ot r-egret, having- told my
story. Iame, sir, .vours gr.atofullv.
Mits. wM. CHURCHIL,
388 wilton Ayenue.
Was at Last Relievedl of Pain,
NOT BY DEATH.
BUT CURED BY VEGETINE.
Ma. . R.STET~s.TozlONTO, Ont., Oct. 2, 1879.
no-u' tilr.-i havd suffer d f 'om a p 'in in t~xi
mall of the ba~k for the1 las: ftftteen years, amii
110ople1 called it. Lumb.ig,. I f )tn i o ult tbh .. '3y
Kidiney IVCwer elfected, :In I used mediCinoe< pre
'Cribel by doetors, all or wich did Inc lIttle
.oid. A iem nl advis -ti me to tr'y Votet no. I
dlid, andi 'tr uslag three bo tIes I found mv
eli qui e relieve I of pdtn, ol thmraugh taking
your valuaI~ble medl1e no.
Your, tru v,
M. J. SM ITHI, 23 Dorset Street.
21. R. MTEVENS, Blostost lMass.
Vegetino s Sold by All Druggists.
~ IllF YOU wOULD flE PROPERL1
carrspon tosuited wIth speotaoles, apply om
DRI. N. C. G RAY. Optician,
28 N. TI' w ELFil 8Itreet.
dohnson's Anoudyne Liniment will post
lively prevent this teorrible disease, and will
10osttirely cure nine cases in tea. infromatiori
tiiat will save many lIves sont free by mall,
DoI't delay a moment. Provention is better
thamn cure. 8roid everywhere.
5. N. ,JOhENSON & CO., Bangor, M.
Tlaoue nwer-ing an Adven't henent w.iIJ
co"e ta lo iiP iOa es A ves'tlar andt1
sImenaen Sn tri*s ion unl nnnaiang theu
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coionei TI It Co H' ATiT, Pros.
Dr. Fierce's Golden MedIcal Discoverye
common Blotch, Pimnple, Or-ErnptionE
Ron ka Skin, in sher~ al ilease~s caused
purifying, and invi era 'i moneiins.
as eially has itmall ifsled its pateno
*tea~ 1 Itye oau Sq9'es and i'
If yett feel dua, dtow.sy debilItated, havt
on faco orbd, freguatn imAdache er dilzak
alernate wit htoil ltses, irregular appet
Wopd lIver, or "DhiliouAness.. -As a r
Ile iai DIscover has no e ma, as it elects
nthe cure oflroncae, Sere Coti
saupion, it has astonished t leloaiil faq
greatest medil discovery of the age. Sold
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ys, anid Urinary Organs, Nfervousaeaa
esgness mad oapeially Femiale Complaits,
l be paid for a cs theywlill aot ee hdp e
or arting Imspur er injurious fond inhesa.
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ARtU TMU nmm
3. rIrMRTH & SONA. S1 A sa 5. gggag
nros all tumnore, fa'tr the worst Sceofla to a
Deia Site~i rhoutin, F'ever Sore, Dcsely ow
adloare Conqitorced by this powerful,
In etring Tetter, Rose Rlash, holls, 'Aurn.
ohlinga, White Swoilihngs, tiohtro or Thicle
01, allwioo of skin, .or lo mhbona r lots
casllod tasto in muoilth, ntionahbatorn ohills
to andi tonglIo Conleil,' yott nro ttirrbIg from
oee to all adi ate~ Dr. 1'loroo's Uoldeou
ghW aZtLuns, and early stages of Con.
ydrtis lmnn h)yslOi#I propihoo the
ear scdrcy iage thi o tai
t o e ~ottoin ctarbeo o r ~hre(
fnIpure 11od i'on in the So
duIeys )intesta ~uiever Ettelon..rare
e Dr. hie4r'lsath urogtie felin.
v uapicu, A &soado3, - t ;
HEALTH IS WEALTH.
Health of Body it Wcalth of 1End.
Radway's SarsaiarilliI Resolvent.
Pin e blood makes sound fiesb,strong bone and
a clear skin. If you would have your flesh firin,
yonr bones sound without carles. and your co'n
pextonfairue ladway's marsaplarfallai
A GRATEFUL RECOGNITION.
" To cure a UR010N or LONG STANDING DISBASM
Is truly a victory in the healing art; that reason.
Ing power that clearly discerns DEiOT and sup.
piets a remedy; that restores stop by step-lif
-ogrees-the body which has been slOwly at,
tacked and weakened by an insidious disease,
not. only commands our respect but deserved
our grat ludo. Dr. iadway has rurnished man
kind wit h that wonderful remedy, itadway's
itrnssjparllliiat Resolvent. which accom
pitshes this result, and suffering humanity,
who drag out an existence or pain and disease.
through long days and long nights, owe him
thoir gratitudo."-Mluical Afessger.
FALSE AND TRUE.
We extract from Ir. Radway's "Tioatiso on
disease and Its cure," as follows:
List of Diseases Cured by
Radway's Sarsaiarillian Resoiynt.
Chronic Skin Diseases, Carles of the Bone
Humors in the Blood, Scrofulous Dise ises. Bad
or unnatural Habit or Body, Syphilis and Vene
real, Fever Sores. Chronic or old Ulcers, Salt
Ithoum, Rickets, White Swelling. Scalet Head,
Uterinn Affections, Cankers, Olandular Swell
in.s, N(Aes. Wasting and Deoay of the Body.
l'imples and Blotches. Tumors, Dyspepsia. Kid
noy and Bladder DIseases .hronic lih- umatism
and Gout, uonsumnpiion, bravei and Caletilous
Deposits, amd variet~ies of the above conpints
to which sonetines are given specious tames.
We a'sort that there is no known remedy that
possesses the curative power over these dis
eases thit IHADWAY'S RXFsoLVXNT furnishes. It
cures, step by step, surely. from the founda
tion, and restoros the injured pars to liheir
sound condition. The wnsten of the body
aire s1topbiled anti healthy blood Is sup
pished to the system, from which new IIa
i.erial Is formed. Tlls is the 11is, coirectivo
power of RADWAY'S REsosvXNT. In cases where
the system has been salivated, and Miercury,
Quicksilver, corrosive Subilimate have accunu
lated and become deposited in the bones, joint.s
otc., causing caries or the bones, rickets. sninai
-urvatures, contortions, white swellings, vari
cose veins. etc., the SAnsArAnnad lAN will resolve
away those deposits an i exterminate UWe virus
of the disease from the systei.
If those who are taking these medicines for
the cure of Chronic. Scrofulous or Byphilitto din
anseS, however slow nay b i the euro, "oel bet
'er," and find their general health linproving,
.heir flesh and weight inoroasing, or even -keep
Ing its own, Is a sure sign thit the cure Is pro
rossing.0 In these diseases the patient, either
40ts better or worse-the virus or tht disease
1i not inactive; if not arrested and driven fron
the blood It will spread and continue to under.
tmsine the constitution. As soon its the SA axA
PARILLiAN makes the pal lent. 'i-el better," every
hour you will grow botter and increase in health,
strongth and iesh.
The remnoval of those tumors by RADWAY's
ItsO.VNT 1s now so certainly ost4abiilhed ihat,
what was once coasidered aliost miraculous -s
now a common recognized f et, by alllarties.
Witlne 8 the cases of lilatnala P. Knipp, Mrs. 0.
Krapt. Mr.. J. H1. Jolly and Mrs. P. D. lendrix
nlbishol in our Alm mao for 1879; also that of
tIrs. it. 2. ilibbins, in the present edition of our
"False and True.'"
One Dollar per Bottle.
Only requires minutes, not hours, to relieve
pain and cure acute disease.
Radwa's Ready Relief,
In from one to twenty minutes, never fails to
relieve PAIN with, one thorough applie .tion.
No matter how viol 'nt or excruelating the Iain
the RitJMA It!, Bled-ridden, Intirn, 0lpplsed,
Nervous. Nouralgle, or p os rited with diseassi
may suffer, RADWAY'd READY RELIIF will
afford Iintant ease.
InfIaamtion of the Kidneys, Inflanina
tion of the iladder. Inltamnmation of tihe
13owels, Con1geton 'if the Lungs, Hore
Throat, i)iflilt ireatintg, LalIoatinu of
the Heart, IHysteries, Croup, uiiph)lltoria,
Oatarrh, lnfluteena, teadache, T.'othahle,
Neuralgia, lthoumnatismi, Otl Chails,
Ague Chills, C04tibainss, Frost ilites,
Bruises. Summer ComislaInts, Gioughts,
Cold, Sprains. IPaina in thle Uhest, flack or
Lianbs, are instantly relieved.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Fever and Ague eured for Fifty Cents. There
is not a remedial agent in the world that will
cure Fever and Agne, and all othr bialarlons,
Billlous, Scarlet., 'lyphoid, Yellow and other
rover's (aided by RADwAY'S PILLs) so quick ias
RADWAY's READY REKLISP.
It wili in a tew moments, when taken accord
ing to dIrections, cure CJramaps, Spasms, Sour
Stomach, Heartburn, Sick Headache. Diarrhw t.
D~ysentery, Col, Wnd in th Bowels, and all
Travelers should always carry a bottle of RA D
WA~y a RBADY REmLlEt' with them. A few drops
in water will prevent sIckness or paIns from
change of water. ft is better than French
brandy or bitters as a stimutlant.
2Kiners amatt Lmsnberna should always
ee provided with It.
All remedial agents eapable of destroying life
by an overdo-e shoulrd be avoided. Morphine
opim, t~rchnnearnica, ihyosciamus, and
ot~he powrfulremedies, does at. certain times.
in very saldoses, relieve the.ptent during
their actiton In the system, But, perhaps the
second dose, if rpaemaya agravate and In
crease the mulrrlg, and another dose cause
death.e There is no necessity for using the-s
uncertain agents when a positive remedy like
RlAiwAY's RADY RELIEF wvill stop the most ex
cruciating pain quicker, without entailing the
least difflculty In either infant or adult.
T HlE TR UE R ELIEF.,
RiADwAY's RADY kHLIEF is tleo only remedial
agent in vogueo that will instantly stop pain.
1'ifty Couate gper Bottle. g
Radwayfs Regulating Pills.
Per~fect Penrgativen, Soothisag A pert.
osats, Act Watisouat Fastn,Alwawvs 1tet1a=
ble and Natural In thiaet Opseration.
A VEGETABLE BUBSTITUTE FOR OALOMEL.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated wit~h
veestr gu ,p urge, roguiate, purty, oleanso
IRADWAY a PILLs for the cure of all disorders
f the S eoach, Liver, itowels Kidneys Baiad
ler, Nervous Disenses, Ileada ie. Consil pation
ostiveness, IndigestIon, D~yape psita, 13 illous:
arss, Fever, Inilammation of thie Bowels Piles,
and all derangements of the Internal Viscera,
Warranted to osTect a perfect cure, Pur-ely veg
tbo, containing no mercury, minerals or del
LU' Observe the following symptoms result
n gfrom Diseases of the Digestive Organs* Von
t iti son, Inward Piles, Fu miess et the BDlood
n he Hlead, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea,
Ioartburn, Disgust of Food, Fullness' or Weight,
n the Stomach, Sour Eruota ions, Sinking or
flttering at the Heart, Choking or Buffering
~senations w hen in a Jylng DOsture, Dimness of
fIsions, D.ots or Webs before the '8i4ht, Fever
nad Diii P'aln ln the Head, Deflieney of P'er
piral Ion. Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes. Pain
n the Side, Chest, Limbs. and Budden Flushes
f Hetat, lBurning in the Flesh,
A few dobsos of IIADwAY's PsLLs will free the
yatem fromn all tho albove-named iisorders.
Prwice, 28 Cent. per* Box.
80OLD fIY DRIJdlITS'
READ) SFALSE AND) TRUE."9
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