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Almos.pheric Circulation.-At the last
meeting of the French Academy of i
Science, M. L. Brault read a memoir on t
two piiases of the annual circulation of t
air. The study of barometric pressure P
over the entire globe had led to two (
Important results: 1. In Simmer the i
lowest pressires on the continnt, are
in the northern hemisphere, and the t
highest continental pressures in the a
southern hemisphere: in Winter, on c
the contrary, the lowest continenul e
pressures are in the southern hemis
phereand tihe highestin thenorihern.
Thus Summer exists In the north whenl t
the great nimiiui presures of' f
Central Asia und of North A merica, 11
and the maximum pressures of' outh y
America, Auistrilia and South Africa I
are established. 2. On the whole I
surface of the earth the lowest conti- I
nental pressures of tooe Suniner c
months become in Winter the highest., (
anId, reciprocally, the highest become
the lowest. Berween the two seasons i
ilie pressure is greatest in the Northi
Atlantic and South Pacilc Oceans.
To make slio' pegs enough for A mer
lean use consumes annualy 1000,000
cords of timber, and to make our lucifer
matches 300, 000 cuble feet of the best
pine are required every year. Lasts t
ati boot trees take 500,000 cords of
birch, beech and maple, and the handles
of tools 500,000 more. Tie baking of
our bricks consumes 2,000,000 cords of
wood, or what would cover with forests
about 50,000 acres of land. Telegraph
poles already up represent 800,000 trees,
and their annual replirs consume 300,
000 more. The ties of our railroads
consume annually thirty years' growth
of 72,000 acres, and then to fence all our
railroads woui(i cost $15,000,000, withi a
yearly expenditure 'of $15,00t.000 lor
repairs. These are some of the ways
in which American forests are going.
There are others. Ouir packing boxes,
for instance, cost in 1871, $12,000,000,
while the timber used in each year lin
making wagons and agricultur 1a1 im
plemients Is valued at more 1han $1,000,
Distance of' the Sun.-Aird'. t)avid 0iI,
tle 09ngilshI astroionioor, who went iI
1878 to lhe island of' Ascention for the
purpose of using the favorable opposi
tIon of Mlirs to ascertain the (ilstatice of,
that planet from the eirt.h11, lld indli
reetly the (istallee of t.he Sun, ifas in
formed time Royal Astromonleal Sot-et.y
thati the rediuction of' Ills observations
of -Mars have been so far completed th at
lie Is able to give the resulting solar
parallax. lie finds that to be 8.78 sec.,
which being interprete(l oil the basis
of Colonel Clarke's last determiatlan
of the earth's equatorial sr-emi-diaiiete,
Implies that the mean distmace of' t he
earta from the siinl Is 93, 101, 000 iles.
This is a smalleir piriallax than was
generally looked for, though not differ
Ing materially fi'ro several others
which have beeni woI'ired out receit.lv.
l'rofessor Newcombis determilialloni of'
time parallax was 8. 48 see,; Leverrieri's
later result was 8 86 sec.
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.Further studies on tle asscer'ed viluiie
of glyceriie us a food have been
prosecuted at BIeriby J)r. .m1iiauel
Mtnk. lie finds hiiat glycerine posess
es 110 nit'ilve valte, inder the delin0i
a10lon of 'food ats ordinriiIly necepted.
Ills researiches, ioweveri', also (staiblhish
Lihe fact, that t lie lattei acid f'ernmcen tat.loni
of milk can he delayei id hetweeni eight
teen anid t.wenty-fotui hottrs by the ad
dition of' only two or three per cent. of,
A Nationahl Questin.-an lxp lantin or
A bill is uiider conidera(t'ilonm ait \Vash
igt on, whlichi proposes to aily irlimngenit
r'egiliit 1(ons t) ii al fr'eight buisineiss condulit ed
t wo or' mor'e St at eN.
hieprecsentt ive ofd some0111 of heil !oiilupa
ites initei'es'd, hauve re(cetly d3 (iscunssed its
pro'visions biefore ihe I (ou'se C'ommit I ('e on
C oimmer'ce. Th'ley conitendic that its enifce
ment would (do muichi miore to cre'aie unf lair,
unijust andii iinjuiii'ns niew' disiS(iimaultous,
thian to aoish any3 of' thle praci(t ices tliat
have occasionmed conmplaiut.
Itaillways' wichl coibie t heir operaliins
to1 ' single State wvill not) he aihtfced by3 the
bill, and they3 cani 'oninuiie I)to make any13
-deviations betweeiin hiough and local i'ates,
they maly choosed to est ablish, withiout be..
lng Rulljected to i'estri(iciis on1 p'iiialtjes,
while the mimeuic's ri'lwaiys I hal tra'mvei'sc
two or' imorie States, are to bie gov'iee 1by
cast-ironi rules. Th'us, a dlisiminjat ion is
imatde bwueteen two sets ofi riliwaiys, wuhieh
wui'ld4 be very'3 unifaiir to maniiy of1 the coml
paniles aind thc ir pat11rons. Tlhe hill also
fails to ipoizse aniy i'estriict ions upoii wamter'
d15( is onicanals, rivers, the (lfll of Mexico,~
anid coasts of' the Atlaint ic and~ iPacilie
o'eamns; and( tus ani inividhious and( uinuiouis
dhiriimit ion is e'stabi~i5lshe be'ween may
railways, or' the (list ricts they triaver'se, ando
vessel owners and1( transpo'trz, wuhose ica
tion enables them to shlip by3 wvat er. As
ther'e is much completitionu f'or the cairriage
of western produce to the Athlanic sea
boar'd betwveen Canadian and U'nitedx S at es
lines, the bili would also hamve thie suic'iidal
effect, of disciminamtinig againasl the matter',
and in favor of the formeri in reference to t his
impoi'tant business, mand t hus opportunimmit ies
for earmning many millions of dolhla annually
on the thrmoughi business would be takeni
away' from our citizens whIo arc now emi
ployed in railway ser'vicc, or who own
Amierleani railway seemiitiles, amid trans
ferred, by inuiclious law-rmking to (Cana
-dian rmilways: thus compelling our Amneri
can romads to tax their locail butsiness more
heavily to meet the interest 4)n their debt.
It is alieged that the general tendemncy o
the bill would lbe to) Inlliet vital inju'rues
upon01 many, comimunities withouit materi
ally benftting any imphortanlt interecst or'
section; the bill, hmstead of being one to
provent dlisertniminations, legalizes and4 es
tablishes, 1st, a disciminton in faivor of
thme shIppers by one romad agahist the ship
pe by another road from and to this same
polmts ; 2d1, a dliscriinationi in favor of
one locality magainist manother ; 8id, am dms.
crimuinatonm in favor of Cmanadian romads
against our own raiilromads ; 41th, a dilscrhnl
nation In favor of water' routes as against
railways, and, 5th, mas a mnattiral conse
qluence of thuis, a dliscrlimiation migainst, all
local busmness ini favor of thiroughm bmslimess,
-as the bill complels the roads to cult each
others' throats on time thmough bumsiess andi
make uip for their lossts by taxing theoir
Aniother ser'ious objectioni made to the
proposed bill, Is that it prohibits the onily~
practical methods railway mnagers have
eveni yet devised for p~revenmting dliscrimina
tionse betweein IndIvidual t ranspor'teris, andio
puttiing small shippers on-ani equamlity3 with
- large onecs,
11 would certainly be am groat mitmake to
pass a law, which, in additioni to creating
miany mioro diiserhlnmat ions than it cman
cure, wolid also prevemnt the- only j)ctive
remedy f'or exist ig~discrimuinatio from
MN~,.& QE F~OR ROAST -i A MB.--Put
cfotr.bl orOuftds of chopped minimt, ini
to'aof vimnegar; aweeton to
tq te ani4'e staind - for two hours be
4 or 80flng,
FARM AND GARDEN.
BRIAN Volt Co.ws.-Teni years ago I
wias of the opinion that bran Was a peor
hing to feed cows, but I always like
o make experiments, and so I bought
omo bran and mnixed it with ground
ats and corn, and I and ily wite
v'atched pretty close for the result. It
Id not take long for us to find out that
lie cows gave more tulik and butter
nd the butter had a finer color. I
mitted the bran one week, and my
ows gave four quarts of milk less. I
ed bran again, and in three days they
ave four <ittarts more milk, aid since
hat tLiie I will tell you how I mix my
eed. To six bushels of shelled corn I.
dd three bushels of oats and have It
rottnd together, and with every three
indred pounds of such feed I mix one
I nired pounds of bran. Iii the morn
ig at seven o'clock I take one bushel
tit cornfodtder and one bushel oat chall';
n this I put thirteen poundsi of tile
llxed feed and cleven (quarts of water;
t eight o'clock I give thein elght
oinids of clover ilay ; at eleven o'clock
pump them pure fresh water from a
veil forty two feet deep. If it Is a
varim (lay I give each cow one bundle
f corn fodder, out ill tile yard; if It 18
old or cloudy 1 do not leave tnelli otit
oingeR' than tlhey drink; tle!n I put
hem in tile stable and give the coirni
odder in their racks. I also give each
ow hall' a pint of' meal and half an
snce of SaLt; tihis I give them every
Iim 1 pilt them iII the stable. At live
l'clOck inl tile eveninIg I give them1 the
am1e (Iliait-it.y of cut cornfodder,' chaff
in1 mixed feed, as I do inl tile morn
ng at seven o'clock. At six o'clock
give them eight pounds of meadow
mily. I also clean them with the cur
'y comb and brush 'twice a week,
iomectlimes oftener. And I also clean
li 8tale1 on Tuesday, Thursday and
intila(liy. I keep only four cows, and
Lt tei piresent timle J milk only three
>W them!!; one of them dropped her calf
\uig. 25th, one Sept. 12th, and onle
\ov. l5tl, and 1 make twenty to
welty-fiye pounds of bittter a week
>esides we use milk in two familles.
I hAvY . tried, says a correspondent,
il thle various ways tb prevent cows
rom kicking while milking, and have
'01111d nlon11 more harm less, easily ap
Olid and ats ell'etual ats thle Duitch or
Holland methoti, wbich Is to take at
41na1111 ropsm, aboit four feet long, aid
plut it mnce arot1nd both hind legs, just
ibove the galmbrol Joiuts, with a sulp
knlot; draw tight enough to bring both
legs 1111m113' togetier; wild tile rope
IIwo or tihree titmes between tile logs,
ir0111d this rope or n0oose, drawing it
light., an1d fasten the rope by a half
bitch. lit North Hlolland, this Is prac
tI.el oil all tihe cows at every milking.
They aire dIlveni to the Ililkilig ground,
wheirei stakes are driveii about two feet
ligh, iad to those stakes tile cows are
tWed lor milking. Each cow goes di
reety Io its own stake, and wben to be
milked they voluintarily place their feet
in iproper )osliOIi 1.0 have 1,be legs
(ied. 'I'lle l)utch milk-pall Is nearly of
the size ol' a s11ma1ll wash-tub; hlencc,
the necessity of having the cows stand
m1otie6rateliy still ; otherwise they are
liable to get 1luto the 1)111.
Til.s Cos-r o IOIi CAT'r L..--The
s11pposed Il lrge amloun it of extra labor
inv1tolved in, soiling eattle upon green
f'otider crops, cut and carried to tlhen
1ll yards or barns, Is tile greatest ob
jeelenl :Irged against the system.
While a certain am11iount of extra labor
is niueted, this is by10 1 no eans so onerous
or so cost ly, as to overcome the advan
taiges of tile System. By the use of it
one-horse mower, lIay-rake and wagon,
green ry3e, clover, oats or millet, sufil
dient, forl a day's fodder for tweinty
3ows, (enn1 be miowed, gathered, loaded
and~ hauled a quar11teri of' a1 i!le to the
stale( iln one( hour', biy a smiart boy ol
fourlteenl or I fiften year's. The1l labor 01
Iccdinlg, walt.elrinig and cleanIng the~
cat tie, will occutpy two hiouirs more.
ii' half1 a1 daly Is this takenl lay, it
w'll cost abiouit a centt anRd a1 hal a daiy
per cow, for the labor. Th'le saving of
manuri~le will mloreC than pay for this,
Iluid there1' alre othier savinigs about11 the
sysleml whlichi wuil 1u up11 ll)In all ton
r'espectable profit,. It is on small
fl'arms that, the advantage of sollin1g. Is
t hie gr'eatest.
CottN StCl'AnA'on.-A iilig r'eent ag
r'ieuti.ura1( l ivetlons is a cornl screenl or
4epar1ator', wvhieh cll'ects its object by
iincanis of' a series of cells, instead of
passinRg the(3(I dl'erent kiids of grain or
se(tis bt.13ween wvires, 01r through per1
oraiiloins. Th'ie action Isairatherl slowv,
bri tile mnileh ine per'fec(tly separaItes
long fr'omi rottnd corn11; whieat fr'om
ba1r'iey 01r 01ts, fr'om pensi, Vetch1es, and1
mnt, and( diividles whleat inito two qual
l'Asyt1 IIINO F.. it.i. x.A--If the gr'ain
is illni dalgerol' J *oint111ng, It shoul d be
panttired iIthout, dlelaty. It Is often a
rrent help to tile whleat 0or rye, to tulrn
iheep) or calves upon01 It. These eaut
lownl luxu~ranlt, growt..s and1( tread the
soil fi rly 13abloult thle roots. If no0 other
stoek ar'e available for this pilirp)ose,
lows maly bb let into v/inter girain fields.
A Rnammrous,) *Iuryan~i.
Th'le latleal arguilcils igasl thie JiIIry sy's
emIl (comes3 fromn souithiern Colorado. D)ur
Rng tihe recent. tril of a1 ca1se there( one of
lhe lawyers begant to pralctice a little of Is
anvoite pr l1o(ess of cross-exam ina ltionl, the
h3lject upon)1 wh'lomi he( dire'cted his skiitful
lumn'inOilg binig ai womanli and the per
ormnlce' beinig to the mailfe'st diiscomifort
if a1 brawn'Ilylooking jurym'lian whlose apl
iciarance imiieintedi im to lbe as car'eless of
hie restrict ions of lawu as the wil buffalo
f the hoile~lss Western praliries. As tile
ronss-exain~hat loll rch3led a pariticuliar poin',
le astonislind ihe c< urst by sp'rinlging to his
cr1, thrulst img Is hand1( inito his hip pocket,
itdi exclaiming: "'1ll thar, Mr' Stick-in
he-limid ! Jack Mc ~abe won't 'low 1no
11211 to Italk to a woman in that sh~ap~e; not
vhile lhe's roilmd~ !" The judge rebuked
i~'tones Jack, and lhe slunig iiito his seat,
inuharrassed, buit umad. Th'le iawyer, turni
ng upon01 hm11 with withering scorn, began,
)Omibasfically. "Of what wveight wIth me1(
.8 theinign)1111 of ain ignorant julrymnl? I
- '"Thiat's wh'iat I thought," said
ack, as5, withi one( botund, lie cleared the
ll and1( wound imiself a~roundi~ the lawvyer.
Lefore at conistabile could reach and sepalrate
lie strugglig pair, Jlack had1( beaten~ the
iawyer' so that lie waIs obliged to give up1
he~ (ca18 and1 go home On a1 shttler. Thec
urymani nearly cleaned out the court bofore
io could be plaiced linder arrest, diisablii
,wo constables anid puittinig (lie crier and1(
uidge to flighit.
A lulOuis Lons.
A oso oil iso reatly in excess of
the atual ailywano wichtakes piaco 11
the healthiest phlysical a1(1nd mntal struicture
and but for which waste life and youthu might
lie indtefluitely prolonged, Is On~tailed upon
those whose vItal powers are weak and nerv
e system fragile. To arrest this rinious
loss andl brace the system, a course ofHosqtt
te' Stomiach litters Is the proper agent.
Tone to the nerves, vigor and reguilarlty to the
digestive organs and liver are among the
boons conferre 1 upon1 (lie debilItated and slolk
of both sexes by this inlestimable medicine,
wich more 1than any known tonie tends to
ocek thie prooross of unnatural and prema.
ire decay. bl'oop, renewed relish for food,
are both obtained by the nervous and dye
peptie through Its use, whtoh is also the meane
Df inutring th ytm to encounter safely ga.
Isrious. atmnoaphrie inftnanaae
CHInnY PASTE.-To make this de
lightfill confection, select some of the
bestand ripest cherries; extract both
tie stalks and stones; put them into a
co) pr preserving-pan. Ilways remnen
bering this rule-nevei under any cir
cumlistices to use any tinl in coinnec
tion with red fruits. Now umafsh the
puil1; place the panl over time fire and
boll until the fruit is soft; keep stirring
the pulp) constantly while It is over tihe
lire ; pass and press through a hair
sieve. Forevery pound of fruit add
th ree-qiarters of a potm1d of best finely
pu verizAed sugar. Place again over
tihe ire. lo not permit a very fierce
boll now. Allow It to simer only, and
keep constantly in motion by stirring
utill tie pulp Is reduced to the con
gistency of a thick marmalade. Now
remove from the fire and Rpread the
fruit on aliects of paper. I'laco in thle
hot closetto dry. After the frulb has
become thiorougily dried it may be
formed into knots or rings, and cut ip
into various shmap1es, plalin or fanciful,
and then crystallized.
CAnE OF TINWAni.-A few years ago I
became acquainted with the household
maiagement of a childless .vidow who
lived alone.It might be expectedthat she
would be very particular with every
thing, but in nothing was she Imiore 80
than in the care of her tinware. Every
diy, usually in thc forenoon, each
aiticle had to be thoroughly dried. If
it wats stormy she dried them beside
tihe stove; if l3 iiiy,-one could see lier
western steps embellished with water
pl1, dipper, w1s-basin1 and any )an3
or cup ishe might have in u0se. Some
times they were allowed to remain tihe
whole afternoon, but If s11 desired to
use one, sile did not hesitate to do so its
s001 18 It w1s dried. I used to be
greatly am use8d sometimes at noticing
the pin3s she woild take to remove
every vestige of dampness from an
article that would be soon used again,
but nevertheless, her tins semed over
lasting. I have never had the patience
to practice It 11g thoroughly as -he did,
but have no doubt of the value of the
MAKING i)UTC CnEsEcS.-Ii order t(
make at nice article, allow the milk to
thicken ; thon'heat gently over a fire li
a large kettle till the curd separates
from the whey, then di) intoacolandei
or other atitiable vessel, so that the whey
(al be pressed out of tihe ctirds, crumn
ble ti) with time hands a s fine its can be
done, then press thCiem down in ani earth
en vessel, and( let it stand a few dagr
till it becomes thoroughly heated
Don't ollit to stir it tihrotigh .daily
afterwards pressing it down, so that
every portion may become heated alike
thmen take it out an(1 salt to stilt tli
tiaste. A simall quiantity of buttei
imaikes it richer; but it Is not positively
ices1ry, and it Is very good withot
It. Thcni take at deep basin or basin
(arcording to the quantity,) grensc
them well, press them even full of
cheese amd set thein n a stove or oven
an( bake till slightly brown on tle top
wilem yotir cheese is (011.
IPVInIx Poll YEAw.-To make oo
brenld you miu1si. haive good yest. TIic
following Is an approved recipe: 'T'akc
t wo good-sized pot atoes, pel ai Id cll
ilem in hall, pit them ii about t w(
(itllrts of wavter, or at little 31more; let
themn boll soft, then put. ila itil of
good hops; let timeI boll 1milI they set
tie to tile o 0o11,-say hal fan iioir, then
strain them tirough ia til strtitler, rub.
illng the pot Iatoes well tIrotIgh til
wvater ; add a13 teaspoon03ful of brown 5u.
gar; let It stand till cool, themn stir Im
hlalf a1 teacupful of flour; when coli
p~our it inito one0 of those large glassa
pr0eerve jaurs withl screw 00cver; stant1
ini warm~l p)1ace to rise, shalkinig It occal
slonlLly, in twent3y-four hou1rs It wil
be light; skim oil' any1 black 8scum1 thia
rises to tihe top); wh'ien it is light thern
will be froth on1 tihe tolp, and it looki
white all through. It Ila casily n11ad(1
and11 raises bread very quickly.
BmEEP Sour.-rocuire a1 good shmin o
beef amnd cracek it three or four tlimes
puIt It on to boll a~t 31131 o'clock ; bol
halrdi till eleven, then take out the 3m1en
and3( bo sure to get 1111 tile hones out
thien pult four tulrips, four carrots
half a small head1( of Cabbage, all1 cut ul
lne ini the chopping bowl ; pu1t iln I
large onion, If tihe family like onions,
and1( put thle chloppeld vegetalbles In th(
5013p plot. A t hal1f-pas1t eleven, if dimn
ner ia to be servedi at twelve, put three
or four potatoes slicedl very thini and(
some1 mIlk dlumiplIngs Into thme 80131:
Julst before taking upl 50eason with sail
and3( pepper, and3( pult ini some3 palrsley 01
summ~ler savory ; if' liked. If yoti
ma~zke soup in1 tomato season3, put-iin 1ha11
a1 dozeni; there is nlothing nicer.
C.A M Sour.-Put thme clam juice ovei
the lire ; skim wvhen It boils up; choi
twventy-fiye clams very fine; add largc
talblespoonlful1 butter, heatpinug teasp~oon1
ful corn starch dissolved Ina 31cuip 03
walter; heat 0110 int of milk, and poui
ini after taking fronm the fire.
MAcARIONI .-Cook tihe macaron103i th1(
day you have roast beeft; boll it Iin mill,
and~ water, with salt; add~ three or foui
tablespoonfuls of tihe hot beef gravy
albout a1 teacupful of stewed tomlatoes
two or three tablespoon fills of grate(
cheese, and a little of red pepper; jusl
brown in tile uvenl.
FAMIL~Y CAKE-SIX cuipfuils of flour
four of molasses, one and a half cumpfuha
of butter, two and1( onie-third cupfuls o:
milik, two cupfuls of curl ants, foni
eggs, two nutmL~egs, 031e large spoonfu
01 saleratus 113nd a little cinnlamfon.
CIAM FnrrTElis.-Fifty med Iulm-size(
elamis, drained in1 11 colande r, thien chlop.
1)0( flne; add1( to that five eggs weol
beaten, pepper, little salt, one largn
tablespoonful of flour ; drop> In hot fa'
13n a fryinig-pani; serve limmledlately.
PuvysIcIANs SAY 1r.--YEGETINE givem
an equal11 circulation of tile blood. All
physicians8 will agreeO that there le
searcely a disease but that could almosi
instanitly be dlisposed of if pure blood
could( ho ehreulated generously thirouigli
tile parts aff'ected. Now, thiIs is thc
way in whmich VEGETrINE performs iti
wonderful cures. VEGEIrrNE is exclu
sively a vegetable comlpound.. made
from roots, herbs anid barks.
There was a young lady qu131t. fair
Who hlad muchm trouble with her AItal.
So she bought Carboline
And a sIght to be seen,
la the head or this Dmaiddn, I declare.
SETTINMEINT OF A 1.ONG fIsPUTE
l'hysicians have at last comie to time con.
elusion that thle best muedicine foi
teething children Is IDr. Bull's Baby
0NE 00i., after another will, With many 00oQ
Ititut ion8. securelyv establish i(he seeds of Con
mumption In the system. jf yoU re.in a e
a fsese a11n LUE To e rr
always pomt n e 010 a -~tra
A YouxG man whohad just returned b,
froth a longJourney, elaspinghis adored w
one in a loving embrace in a dimly- 1
lighted parlor, was seized vith a great M
terror that for an Instant paralyzed all al
his energies. "Oi, my darling," said a
he, wildly. "why didn't you write ie a:
of this? What is it-spinal disease? or o
have you dislocated some of your ribs, a
that you are obliged to wear this great
leather bandage?" "Oh, love," she e
gently murmured, "this is only my a
new bolt; I would have got a broader h
one1 but it would not go under my
A DANDUnY young Man ofended 010 h
o't he lady clerks in a fancy goods store ax
lit a party a few evenings ago. A day u
or two later he went into the store and 0
Inquired if she had 'getlemen's gloves.'
She answered, "Yes." "1 want to get se
a pair," he said. "Who are they for ?" fe
she asked, looking him straight in the Y<
eyes. "Why-for-me," he gasped, e
turning scarlet under the in sinuation
in her inquiry.
A PowrmCss says: "I fling my past be- k<
hind me like a robe." 1iThat is Ight. cc
Always wear the past as you do your
pan ir-behind. And always fling
the future before you ; and if anl orator
at ia womian's rights convention asks
you to "look back Into the future, ei
don't you do it. We make no charge
for this advice. 9
I-r is nice when a wife gives her hus- k
band a box of cigars on his birthd'lay, i
but it vonehow takb the romance all si
out oi it when she qjuietly observes y
next morning, "You'll have to give ine t]
some money to pay for those cigars; I a
sp)ent all mine for other things.''
A PnosP'lomoUs equestrian's daugl 3r
observed to a retired 'actress: "After
all, you wewre only a circus artist; my
father recollects you well;" and the b
elderly lady retorted: "I dare say lie
does, my dear, lie used to chalk my
"M ARIA," observed Mr. H~olcomb, as
lie was putting on his clothes, "there
alnt no patch onl them breeches yet."
"I can't tix It nov, no way; I'm too
busy." "Well, give me the patch then,
and I'll carry it around with me. I
don't want people to think I can't
alord the cloth."
A ITTLE boy said lie didn't want the N
soft part of the biscuit. "Some little i
boys," observed his mother, "would be r
very thankful to get it." "Then why t
don't you give it to them," answered c
the four-year-old hopeful.
"CARL MARIA VON Wunzn I" said an
operagoer the other night. "1 suppose
Iho was christened after his mother.
.What a curious thing I" "Not at all,"
replied a friend; "surely lie could
scarcely have been christened before,
A MAN who had $65 stolen from him1
received a note With $25, saying: "I
stoled your moncy. Reniors naws at
my conshens, and I send some of It a
back. When renors naws agin I'll
se(i yOu sum more.''
li' Is said that -t girl who can shed
three tears at a critical moment and
follow theam up with a quivering sigh,
can marry all around a good looking Y
blonde who does inothlig but try to i
IFEr is put together considerably like
a set of hiarness. There are traces of' I
Icare, lines of' trouble, bits5 of good for
tune, breachesof good manners, bridledn
tonigues, and everybody has to tug tot
_A FRENChMIAN, having heard an.y
Enlglishmnan call a friend "a jolly old E
dog," attemplted to r'leeat tile phirase ~
inl sp~eakinig of a friend of Is own, but t
on ly succeeded inl Calling hi m "a playfuil ~
"I AM afraid," said a lady to 11er lhus
blind, "that [ am goinlg to have a stiff I
neck.'' "Not at all improbable, my
(lear," replied ,her sp~ouse; "I hlave
seen strong symptomls of it ever since
we weore miarried."
I'r is comn 1 to speak of a man11 youL
admire as 011e having a level head ; but 3
unless a manm expects to stand on It a
level head is 1no better thlan a round1( one. r
A MEL.ANCHIOLY case 'of suicide-A C
nau ghty little boy, having beeni threat- i
cned with a whipping, i~imediately
hiung his hieadl.
"I'Ll. Jo111 you presently," said thle
mlinister to the youn~g coupleas 1he went
for the church key.
EvERY living boy has an aching de- I
sire to touch his tongue to a frosty
lampli post, Just to see if it will stick.
FnANK LIN said that rich widows are1
the onl1y second-hand goods that sell at
CHIMNEY-swEEPING must be a good a
busines; it soots everybody who tries ?
No .iin:iI laUD TlI.nEs.-i yott wi.
St.ople ia'1inmg 0o mu Ich onl 11i3 clothet'
rich I'00ti and. st3'yle, buy goodl, heiah!l
fond, dheape and 11( bettecr clorin;.,;; ge't
more real and sulbstantial tinugs of lift
every way, and especially stop the fool
ish habit of emnployingxpe~nsik 't" 'i'Is
doCtor's or uisinig soi maenu u of dii vi,.
hiumlbult medicithait d~ui:*Ai ou onhi
harm, but put y our trust, in t~h'm ~ rlie
pur'e rmend y, Ii .y ltuur.t; thalt enro e('
always at, a t'ainig cost, andi~ yOtu ii i
ae'e good times an id have goiod hlealilh
Mee 3anotheri col timPl
TruE cost of Dr. Bull's Cough Sy rup
is only 25 cents. A bottle will con
viuce even thme most incereduilouis of Its
The price of soap is rapidly advanc
in~g. A year's supply of DonINs'
ECLECr1c bou glht now at old1 price
will be a very'-tgdlious puaehase.r
HIoAR5ENMB.-- 1 suffering fro4
Irr'itation of the Throat and 1Ioares~
will be agreeably suirprised at the a..
most imimediate rolief affordedbyt
uso of "TBroton's Brhonchil Troches."
As stages and stages routes are quick~
.y abandoned with then completiori of
rail roads, so the huge, drastic, cathartig.
illis, composed of crude and bulky
mediceines, are quickly abandoned wt
the introduetion of Dr. Pierce's Plca:
ant Purgativoehelltfsvheh are sugj
egated, and little laigor .tha ,l uta
-seeds, but colnnpose 1a otcet
trated vegetabfoe ~tr ae a
ranted to cifre all kri"i"'a
8siiach, liver Land bowojq 8old by
d~rugglat.. - -
A Modern Medlcal Miracla
without doubt the discovery of "Anakosis"
r Dr. bilsboo, an Infallible remedy for the
ost painful and exasperating of all diseases,
ilos. 500,000 once afflicted mortals gladly
test the virtuo of Anakesis and suffering
illtone joyously.haU the hope of relief. The
mple, rational, comulon sense nature of this
arvelous discovery of a cure so safe, easy
id certain for a disease so painful and per
itent has excited the wonder of the peoplo
id admiration of medical men. It is the ro
lit of 40 yoars experience by a distinguished
iontilo physician. This really great remedy'
imbinos the soothing system of the EngI sh
ochanical method of the Fronch and the
roio medical eustom of American Snrgeons.
Antakeela" therefore affords almost instant
liof from pain, keeps up the raw sensitive
imors and both by pressure and modloition
tres the most Inveterato cases of pils. It
ks stood the critical test of 20 year' use
:ainst the colid of Ignorant imitations and
isorupulous empiricism, over half a million
persons have used it and none without
eoilt. Doctors of all schools proscribe it as
o nearest to an infa liblo remedy poss~ble.
kmples of ' anakosis" are sent free to all suf
rors by P. Noustaodtor & Co., Box 3046 New
>rk, sole manufacturers. Sold by druggists
'orywhore. Price $1.%0 per box.
WHAT is the great difficulty in arctic
xploration?-For the explorers to
3op thenselves warmi an( their ships
GUILTY OF WItONG.-SOme people
ave a faslilols of confusing excellent
nmedies with the large mass of "pat
at meiines," and in this they are
ullty of a wrong. There are soine ad
ertised renedles fully worth all thit
i asked for them, and one at least we
now of-Hop Bitters. The writer has
ad occasion to use the Bitters in just.
Lich a ellmate as we have mot of the
car in Bay City, and has always found
locm to be 1irst-class and reliable (doing
11 that Is claimed for then.
MAMMA to Isabel (four years old),
'ho is rather unmercifully teasing her
itten-"'Isabel, my clild, you must
ot do Po. I don't like to see It." isa
cl-"Well, don't look, mamma."
"IT's 110 use," says the despondent
J)yspeptic. But It is of use; your suf
'erings can be relleved-thousands
lave been cured and you also can be.
%.I1 who have experienced or witnessed
he effect of bimmons' Liver Regulator
ipon the weak, broken down, despond
ng victims of Dyspepsia, Liver Coin
>laint, Fever and Agute, Rheumatism,
qervous Debility or Premature Decay,
mnow that in this gentle Cathartic,
l'onle and Alterative there exists a
peclile p1iciple which reaches the
ery source of the trouble and eflects
n1 absolute anl, permanent cure. Seek
ellef through Simmons' Liver Regula
or. It has proved its great advantage
ver all other medicines for the Llyer.
CUEn OF A SUFFERER1u FOR FORTY
IEARS.-"] have been a sufferer for
orty years with Chronic Affections of
he LIvor. 'I tried the Regulator, and,
fter giving it a fair trial, I have come
o the conclusion that It Is the very best
cnedy I have ever used for the Liver
1y health Is now quite good.
'E. A. WILSoN, Clarksville, Va."
luperior to any Family Medicine,
DOCTORS GA VE HER UP.
VEGETINE CURED HERI
3fONTRIRAr,. P. Q., Oct. 22, 1879.
11n. 1H. R. STEvsss-Dear Sir: About lifteen I
ears ago 1 was troubled with Scrofulous Hu
nor which settded on my lungs and brought on .
.severt cough. I consulted five or six of the
est physicians in Boston, but they gave up
reating me, said there wsas no hope 0f a cure,
nd they could do nothing more for me. A
riend who had use.l Vegetine in his family re
ommendted me to try it. I procured three bet
les, and berore flnishlng the third bottle found
iysolr entirely cured, and had not another at
ack of scrofula for nine years. Aftor that pe
led I had to got sonmc more Vegetine. but It
uickly restored me to health agai, and I have
ot had a third attack. I amn slxty-nine years
id, and since becomin g aware of th 0virtue o
our medicine, have given it to my children and
rand children, and have recommended it to
sy friends. The resuits have been Invariably
ii that could be desired. Previous to my first
rial of the Vegetine, I had a cancer removed.
lid scrofulous sores broke out on me. but none
ave appeared since, and 1 believe it superior
a> any of the Family Medicines in use.
MARIA J. KIMBALL.
I can vouch for the above statement in every
articular, and consider Vegetine tihe best
amily Medicine now in use.
* MOSES KIMBAlL
Husband of Maria J. imball.
Eor Skin Diseases.
[iR. II. R. STEVENs: TOoNwo, July. 25, 1579..
Dear Sir.-liaving been troubled with a bad
kin dIsease, break ing out into little sores over
iy face, etc., I was recommlenided to r ake veg
Line. I am liptppy to Inform you that it has
omnpletely curedi mre after taking three bottles.
can hIghly recommend it to any one who Is
roubledi with skin diseases.
Yours, faithiully, CIIAS. E. BUTT.
We hereby cr rtify thaEt he above testimonial
!B trule, the man being In our employ at the
e was sick. WVESTMAN & IIAKER,
* h19 Bay St., Toronto.
El. R. 8TEVENS, Bloston Masu.
7egotine is old by All Druggisit.,
smerson's Anthem Book.,
By L. 0. Emerson. Price 61 28, or 612 par do.
nt I. i nmre tolook through th ishook.
tr nr more tlbin90 Anthe n,t Motota, entenes,
yc. Aitun an Anthem l oxtogay eann som af.e
cc le for Croatma. Easter, and all ether special
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abb a n SoolMc and ite fact is due to Its pu- I
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Temperance Jewel. (Mf eta.) by J. Hr. Tenney,
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Any book mailed, post-free, for the retail pie.
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HEALTH IS WEALTH.
Health of Bo y is Wealth of mind.
Ralway's Samapllift Resolvent,
Pure blood makes snund' flesh, strong bone and
a clear skin. Ifyou wov .d haye your flesh Ari,
yonr bones sound, witP jut carlos, and your co'-n
xion fair, use tadVawc s Marualarlilmian
A GRATEFUL RECOGNITION.
" To cure a cinioNio or i.oNG 8TANDING DISEASs
Is truly a victory in Ihe healing art; that reason
Ing power that clearly discerns DBsxoT and sup.
pIles P. remedy; hat restores step by step-by
degrees-the body whicl has been slowy at
tacked an-l weakened by tn insidiotis (ilsoaso,
not only commands our respect but deserves
our grati uto. )r. Itul way has furnished man-.
kind wi ii that wonderful remedy, 1tadwayU
Mar~saril laian Resolvent, which accin
plishes this result, and sulTering humanity,
who drag out an existence of pain and disease.
through long days and long nights, owe him
their gratitudo. "-medica Jtesetigr.
0e FALSE AND TRUE.
We extract from Dr. Radway's "Tr eatso on
disease and Its Cure." as follows:
List of Diseases Cured by
Radmwiy's Sarsaparillian Rcsolent.
Chronic Skin )iseases, Caries of the Bone
Humors in the Blood, Scrofulonts Dise asos. Bad
or unnat ural labit of Body, Syphilis aid Vene
rel, Yover Sores, Chronic or old Ulcers, Salt
Itheum, Rickets, White hwelling, Seal I lOad,
UterinO Affectlons, Cankers, Olandular Swell
ings, Node. Wasting and Decay of tho Body.
P.imples and atiotches. Tumors, I)yslwpopia, KId
ney and lladdler Diseases, Chronic i1th imatlstn
and GOu', Consumption, Gravel and Calculous
Deposit s, ani rarItien oft lie abovo complaints
to which sometimes are given sipeclous names.
We assert that thore is no known remody that
possesoes the curative power over these dis
eCS Lil it JIADWAT'S ItsOLVENT furnishes. It
cures, step by step, surely. from the founda
tion, and restores tho injured parlts to their
sound COnditlton.@The wanto nfor the body
. are stoged 1ad heialttay bloot in sull
. led to tihe system, from which now ma
iferial is formned. Tills is the flsat correctlve
power of RAnWAY'S RKso.VNNT. In cases where
the system has been salivated and Mercury,
Quicksilver. Corrosive Sublimate have accumu
lated and become depostied in tho hones joints
etc., causing carles of 1 he bones, ricket W. sDinal
curvatures, contortions, white swellings, varl
cose veins, etc., the SAusAPAKIM..IAN will resolve
away those deposits an I exterminato the virus
of the diseaso from tih system. P
If those who are takin these medicines for
the cure of Chronic, Scro'fulous or Syphilitic dis
Pases, however slow mviy b i the oure, 'toel bet
ter," and find their general health improving,
their flesh and welghlt. Increasing, or even keep
ing its own, s1 a sure sign that the curo is pro
gressing.aln those diseases the patient, either
Sets be,r or worse-the virus of the disease
la not inactive; if not arrested and driven from
the blood it, will spread and continue to under
mine the constitution. As soon as the SARSA
PAul .LIAN makes the pal lout, "feel batter," every
hour you will grow better and increase in health,
strength and ilesh.
The removal of those tumors by RIAnwAY's
RSOmvXENT ia now so certainly etal.blllhe(I that
what was once coniidered almo t, miraculous s
low a counmon recogjniz.d ftct. by all partIes.
Witno 3 the cases of lannahi P. Kn ipp, Mrs. C.
Krapf, Mrs. J. it. Jolly and Mrs. P1. D. liendrix
pub:isho i In our Almanac for 1870; also that of
Mrs. C. S. Bibbins, in the present edition of our
"False and True."
One Dollar per Bottle.
Only requires minutes, not hours, to reoevo
pain and cure acuto diseaso.
Rad.ay's Ready Relief,
In from one to twenty minutes, never fails to
relieve PAIN with f no thorough appli. tion.
o matter how viol nt or excruciating the rain
he Eill-HAl A TIC, lled-rliden, Intirin. Crippled,
qervous, Neuralgic, or p ost r.'ted with disease
-nay suffer, RADWAY's RHAI)Y htEiLIEF will
tiford instant ease.
n- inlaimunution of the Kidneys, Intiamerna
V ion of tho IBladdor, Inilrntinationl of tle
to Bowels, Congestion of the Lungs, Sore
Throat. Diflflult lireatting, Palpicai no,, of
- the Ilenrr, Ilysterica, Oronp, Jilphatheria,
P Catarrhi, InfiuIenzVa, oadiachio, Toothahe,
Neurala. Rth .matism, old Chills,
"* Aguoe Chills, Chilhblains, Frost lItes,
Bruises. Sunmtmer Complainits, Couglas,
I Coid, Sprains. Pains in timse Chest, Back or
LImbs, are Iustantliy relieved.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Og Fever and A gue cured for Fifty Cents. There
*f is not a remediai agent in t he world that wvill
s- cnre Fever and Agne, and all other bialarious,
eBlos car-tot, 'typhoid, Yellovi and other
E1 lAvwArsadt by RAowAY's PILLS) so quick as
r AwA'RE D RII.F i.
It wili In a icw moments, when taken accord
ing to drections, cure Cramps, Spasms,8Sour
Stomach, IHeartburn, Sick Headache, Diarrho
, Dysentery, Colic, Wind in the Bowels, and all
~dTravelers should always carry a bottle of R AD
io WAY a RSA DY R HI,tEF with them, A few drops
*' in wa' er wili provent sickness or pains from
change of water. It, is bae~r than French
a' brantiy or bitters na a stimulant,
,Miners andm~ L~umubermuen should always
be provided with it.
-All remedial agente capable of destroying life
by an -overdo -e should li avoided. Morphne
o~um a~rchin, rnca hyoscamuand
othe poerfl rmedesdoe atceraintimes,
in erysmll oso, elivethe patient during
their action in the system,@ liut perhaps tile
second (lose, if repeated, may aggravate and ihi
crease the sufferinug, and another dose cause
death* There is no necessity for using these
uncertain agents when a positive remedy likeo
ItADwaY's itEADY RELiEF wilt stop the most ox
cruciating paIn quicker, without, entailing the
least didiculty in either infant or adult-,
T HE TR UE RE LIE P,
RADWAY'S READY IslsIE is the only remedial
agent In vogule that will instantly stop pain,
h * Fifty Cent. per Bohtle.
SRadwayfs Regulating Pills.
Perfect Pqu'gatives, Soothing Aperi.
enats, Act Without Pain, Always Relia.
bI. and Natural in theiw Operation.
A VEfGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL.
, Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with
sweettreum, purge, reguiate, purify, oleanse
RADWAY s PILLS for the cure of all dIsorders
of the Btomach, liver, Bowels Kidneys. Biad
,der, Nervous Diseases, Ileadadcte, Constipation,
Costiveness, IndIgestion, Dyspopsia,uBitotis
iras. Fever, Inflammation of tile Blowels Piles,
and all derangements of the Internat Viscera.
Warranted to effect a perfect cure. Purely veg
oetlcontaining no mercury, minerals or del
B FObserve'th'S following symptoms r~esult
in from Diseases of the Digestive Or gans' Con
st, ation. Inward Piles, Flt ncss of the 'Blood
in teHead, AcidIty of the Stomach, 1Kausea
Heartburn, Disgust of Food, Fullness or Weighi
inrte Som Bour Efructa ions, SinkIng or
83nsatlons whoa in a lin pstureDnp eo
-Vision, Dots or Webs beoe the 'Sight, F ever
and Dull Palin in the Head, Deficienoy of Per
spiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eys, Pain
in the Bide, Chest, Limbs, and Sudden 14'lishes
Of Heat, Durning in the Flesh,
6A fow doses or IRADWA's P'ill will tree the
a. system from all the above-named disorders.
Price, 25 Cents per Doz.
FBOLD BY DRIUGGISTS
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T hose ansswering an Anvertseemens wit
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PubUsher by etating that they saw the advor
uisamnt. in this Iowa'nai Enamlnar tha Danese
lnree 1 hi uters. fir',. the Worst Seb'faato a
r i BaterhnneFevr 80esScaly or
in onring Ttter, Rose Rash, Rells, Cswbuna
wellings, White Swellinags, tioltre or Thielk
re mallow color of skis, or y0l1l sh-brown spot
ness, bad taste in mouth, iater a heat or chill.
t ndton o toi vo ae sui n rom
5 perfect and radical eltre,
ughts, Weak Putna Shand early stages of Ce.
usuty ad eminllpysicians pronounc itthe
blkitelro repulsive, natisettas pitis. These
e ll) rosenreely larger itaa n usate
fitrel Tegetable, tie psrti~ttiar carere.
them Th. opra' withtiit 4 lstiftiCane he
t*b lions fak a