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Tho Parls Uatt4o Show.
Tihe TNtoh cattle, nearly all black
antd -wi-ite, Iucluded over fifty animals
utid mado a tmost creditable show. The
class for cows was specially coiiond
able, many of the animals showing
great milkiig properties. Our English
cow keepers well know these aniials,
which have too often introduced the
hated pleuro-pneilmoila. Iere they
looked iI perfect condition for 1iMilking
prurposes. The Notherla'nd hel d book
society showed a capital lot, taking the
first prize with a bull antd a Courtl for
at cow, out of t lot of elghtexcel lent fe
males. Mr. Derboven of Milincs, stood
first with a cow having great milking
properties, and was fith with his bull.
Alr. Ilulleian of Furisk, was second
for a bull, very big for his age a titd well
grown. M. de Golde, of Guamereide
slowed a capital lot of cows, One Of
which stood second, being apparently
anl excellent milker. The Swiss cattle
presented great uniformity, all Ofra dark
grey color, and not, unlike Jurseys,
though oni a larger and coarsvir
scale; with gaudy trIpIIllgs, all
veru ex-hibited. It is probable that
these, as well as 80111 of tihe FI enicl
races, maily have origina.-lly conlie from11
the same stock as the Jerseys. The
bulls, though iotii nimlerols-olly eight,
ua1nials-Made a very unIIiorm1 Show.
it miist be very diflumilt to decide be
tweenl tihe Imlerite of anlinals ringing
from One to rour yeirs of ige. The
Judges selected for the first prize a very
Ineat youngster, elit red I's twelve
mon(111ths, tihe property of' 31r. L. lenl
geller of unteriegen, canton of Zitg.
Air. Burge, of Arthi, ws second for a
big and well shaped bull of two years
old, and first wIth a cow forty-two
months. The agricultutratl society ot
SwitOzerla1nd a1dLI to be coIteIIted wit
two-thirds for bull an411d COW, good a ni
mal1s. 1 lenggeler-HBell ziger, of .uerae
gon1, Showed a Very good bill, anld was
Secont lor I Calpitll Cow. The ianish
cittlu i t simlall coilection, mich es
teemed for 1heir hardy chaincter an
rich milk. Ile Collut d.- KrIg-Ftlel
Wind Trys, took most of the priz.4.
The Italliin caL.tl0 Were v,ariouis as to
size, form anld color. Some of the buhls
werle mt avery largre se'alv, wIh I'n..
nineboniv-vuil.iw hut.nlot. comillen,4
able. The second (iVio 8of1 thej at tof
clisses I nlcIvided al ilals bred inl Fianep,
but of aitive all forcignl extr3ctionl,
etll.S, or Cros-Aligs derived froml) theilm.
This wvas the llost importan11t aind fiter
estinig rt01-Honl of t.he show. Comnuii
cing wih a cataliogue %eIIl,-, Ir nothce ihe
.NoIIll:andy eattle, a large chess mn
hering 4 elntries, varying considvra
bl' in size, but :all more or less brli
dled, w0lefh appears I dlistintive I'mi
ture. The loei of lese va:luable dairy
sovk is mllorv especially the depalt
ilei.ts of t aa IM nche aild Cav os, al
thouigh jwsIly celebrated for w ilkinlg
propurti(s, the hiutter of the Cohentii
bre:ds bringrigr prob.bly aL hitg liIprie
1tan Ily other in the world 'T he
N(or1nai3111Y cIItle are a1,So este-med fo
0lir beef I.rroduiln 111a1.litius, hut, it,
mu lst, be conftessed t hat, ti cy reqireiih a
long tim111 to mat ure'; and, t hougrh tel
down amitted, it is probhab Itl1n11t a cross5
of shiort hiorn blood01 miiIght be, anid no0
doubt hams beenl in some14 cases, intruo
dui(ced vi wi lhdvntal:ge.
ThIe men, who caillied thlemltvesiP las
eairs, belonged to ailmrost 1111 Aslat ic
goes to sea Is:alwa:ys '. ('arpenter ci, or'
11i1-mak1 eri, or' skitlled operat11.1v VP some811 (
kInld-PhIiliin1et' 1 Ian<ii1'rs, M+t'lalys,
Mughgls, ( friomi the old lIb imese coast)
8:iindees, CUntehiees. Arab;I)', Soilmalees,
aind.ceien, 1ithg rarely'f, PatIhians I roml
thle If ills, and11 plureP blacks I r'om Nila -
buit they3 wierei all1 sIt'rng, all am11enablehh
to) disc ipIl in, and11 ai 1ver'y phleasan t 1o
CaipLuIms, hecaus th0 e ly reqiired so vecry~
little iiccoiimiodalllt.11n. . Anly covered
plalCe wa Is bet ter than i thir 1owni loiits,
and 11If t.hicie were nWone11 avile , thtey
si11)t. about as8 they (oilki. Thley all11
gang-linalster's, and1( they all, as l ong as
stead(il y and1( per seveinagly, mutiyitn'Iug
<tuite as rarltely as JEur iopeans 11. Thei
I atptainli Iked themii, Ithey persi sled in
empi~loyinig themi, an1 I gra.duially thle
las(ar's ciimei to formi ahirge pr1oporttin
ol' evdery Crewi--a pr'oport Ion wich 11 of'
laite yearsl', andt in :OilIi ghin ig serices,
has21 steati13'ly nca se.i . Therei i': wa,
however', alwy i on1' (ie doubt1 about1) t he
lascar's, (Cipta1inis, uinless extriemelvy
fatllilar with Ithemi, amid personallllly pol
ini hattle-thati i.s Capt. Mirrt'I'is gievi
an?ce--and1 bellived t hat whienevri'i 'ed
atE 0one by danliger' and cold, they wiouild
aIbsolutely r'efuse to do teir dutly. Wte
do not1 r'iemmber thle Inhelient on which
l,ho belief' reOsted, but it It as1 niearily
uiiiversal aiiong lie ver'y e3xperiienced
anId comlpotan11tIteamen1 who made(1 u~p
the old Ciomnpany1's Nav'al Service---L
anid was8 emlbodied in a. story almost
certainly 50 y'euars 0o(1, for we heard It
ouriselves as81an old legend of the ser'vlce
:i1 years aigo). Oine of the om)pany3''a
C ilptalus was riuning down'i the Chan
1143 In biltter weathier, when a gale c'iae
on1 and1 flue ship beIng in extr'eme
daniger', all theo Iasear's suddenly sat
down. Th'ley struck nobodiy, Insulted
nobody13, and11 maide no ruish f01' lignor;01
bumt there they sat, with that palisve,
I uolfenmslive, and( un iendur)mably hrritating~
obatinacy whlich none1 but Asmathes anId
Recd Inianhfis cani disphly. Thle C iatin
after vain~ eff'orta to, roumse the mien
with e'xhiortations,) ord(eirs, and( r'opes'
end(inlgs, dellivered thmrouigh subordi
Rntes, at last wenlt down to thenm him
self, and( saidt, in IIftndostanie, "Y'ou
inmst pullI the r'opes, my men01 ; for If nIot'
In ten minutes y.ou will all be in 1hel11'
Otoha"' ('"Tros bien,"') was the hum
ble reply, "uttcha, Sahmih; so mneh tile
better. We shall be iwarmn there."
T he very deslrd of life hand gone ouit of
them, and tmove they woubut nIot.and dId
nlot, aig~ the work whieh savedl the ves
h~ so h ddheiby some recruits on board.
FARM AND GARDEN.
A xnw CEREAL FOR THE WxsT.--In
the reglons of weniern Kansas, where
there its usually a lack of rainfall in
any season, and141 where corn 0secially
mutist have plenlty of moisture to pro
dueo a crop In paying quantitles, at
grain that will not merely be a suceed
aium, but will atbsolutely take the
place of corn, has been experimeted
wit-h during t le past three seasons, and
it is belleved to be demonstrated be
yond ai dotbt that it will add very
uunuch to the valuIe of Western lands.
This grain is called Egyptian, or rice
corn, and, so far as known, has not
been cultivated in any other part of the
Unit.ed States. The seed was obtained
from the display made by the Egyptian
Government at the Centennial Exposi
tlion. The name is derived fron the
resemblance of the grain to rice, and so
far as it hts been experimented with,
hits proved a success, both iI wet ant
dry seasons. Willie growing this crop
can hardly be distinguished 1rom sorF
hum ; the seed forms at tile top of Ihe
stalk in large bunches, anild, as it ripliens
and gets heavier, bends over and
hiains down, not uilike a cluster of'
grapes. It belongs to tile sugar eane
famlily and is cultivated in the saime
manuner and as easily 1 as sorghuin or
broom corn. One bushel of the seed is
sutlicient for five acres, and it has
been put in withi a wheat (r-ill. iI
harvesting the heads only are gathered,
and a good threslillig Imachliei will
clean ready for market two thousand
bushels a daty. he specimenis raised
tis year weigl sixty 1o)un11lds to the
bushel. Tihe yield per acre in 18'78 was
from sixty to seventy-flve bushels.
This ,ieasonl, which, as said above, has
been a very dry onle, the yilid was forty
to lorty-live bushels peri acre. No
selentille analysis halts been made of this
new graini as yet; indeed, it Is searcely
klowi, except inl "oie two or three
couniltles,inl Western KanIsas, where it
has been grown by several farmers who
desired to limid some grain that would
selvNe ill place of corn at, food for stock.
ie .rla bhy tiese mlel has sitis(led
theil that for horses, cattle, sheep, or
swinle, it is Surtiior to ma11tize, and faril
animials t.o whichi it is ted give it the
pret'eience to vorn when both are laid
nefore thel . Whole ground into Inmeal
the rice corn is aboit equal to a inix
Oll't Vimie-itidl hel-ltri . t o
thirds corn Imeal.
MAM.O-T -iana.:s.-People are
s e011lhes misled andi diseouraged by
the aecotilits of mamm1ioth berries ten,
LwlVe, aid eVenl fou11rteenI andit a hatlf1
iiiches inl cireumI 1,eienep 'Phis woul
b1 w nle a11('111rge fo -6r an1 a1pplet, and1 (1It. I
woniderliil 1411 a -I rawber-ry ; but sueh
ones are really not so lige as one
would imaiginie at, Iirst Ilithu t. A
lery of' regillatr shiapte, six illhes ill
ei 1tl il f'nllce, weighls onle outilce, andJ
t hi Is ver irge. One tIllree itlibes it)
irmi'terene weighs one eighth of ai
onniiCV, Ittl is Vnoisidered of gopd size
abouilt. 1.50 to a Iturr. 1t. is said that it
Oreat Alneilei i has been grown fouir.
it-vi and olie-thall iihels im dialietter.
1-mh a berry, it of regular shape,
wotld be n'1ty1een ie.' as hay
a< ulie oine-int ih. diameter, and woul
weighl over twelve otinces, while the
heavies( bmrry yet grown weighed but
abotit thrie. The Itct, is, tlese lge
herries are Slialpless, imonst oatities, and
these measureinits are taken over and
bet ween 1lhe irregularities.
Pori:ry r::.i.-hit pknsbolle d
aiid lmixel wit vorii makes good
Whe-re a lrge nmber of fowls are
ket w a Iwo-story fowl house is best.
W 't sc1 6reent1ings and11 dlamagedl wheat
iiake' a good food. 1for towis.
Vow Is shiould. have sonic kind of green
l'il verized ebaitrcoal1 mixe'd wIih mel.
and( boi ledl potate and051 l fed (1aily3 to
('hickenst is highly heinelleial.
N ests shouitldi have sullirl'( dusted
over t. Si fl ed coal1 ashes ami sitntd
uilkes ia good 0d.iisting bath fItlloriws.
iunt of the diry.i' cow the nilkin g
as to time, andi each owv lhe ilIked byv
t he same11 per'son, iandi it the samte oirder
fromi day to day If possible. N o chlange2
of intilkeirs or' chiaige oif' timie forii ik
inhg should lie allowed, except for' the
iltost urzgenit reason hs.
To'ui1hcatd (lass aI Sucers in 1.ace.
M . dei 1.1'i,uyns lhast'i. relentl coiii l ea- ('t
toil to the Frieinch Soelety3 of' i'iiour
ag'elit, Iit th name1111( of M1. de Lablas
lie, ftii1hier illf'ormiiat ion oni 11he progress
w hlieh lIe indust ry' I in 'hrdenedl 0or t'm-t
liered glass lias receiitly3 beeni ma1kin g,
lie sho.wed 10 the meel.in numI i lerous,
specunens11 V. I wich' preCset'ted lie mtos
var1Iierl ami neeutetiZti form11s. There wer'
11ube13 (or Ilmps, both gas antd oil
goblets o(f vaIot formIiills, mor01tars anl'
u'estles, etc. As to the1 latter, M. d
Luynes11( reim1 iled the( Society how frie.
q nently neciiflentIs happenedioi with1 them;
lhe least tall bireaks themn, whiereas hatr.
ha t-d usauge. lie al so shiowted eapisules
enamiiiel, etdl'e'e an ld teat-'uPs ini wilti
en amel . iie liiiishied by' ma11kinig a s'r'k
Inlg i'xpieraneniit I. Ori' 1a1ry glasses5 we'r
piineeti ini a kmsket with rini'kiing glass-.
ifs ofl thle same 111'haplie in h:i denied glass;
at'l' several 51insk ings, 1the orinarytll
glas'ies weire all brokeni, whlIe mall thIc
hitridened glaisses wer'e intacit. Th us It
won hd seeim 1 that al the11 diflcul ties o,
the quiest Ion have been31 solved. Jnt,
w.'hat is 11n0re 1 i mtat, thle pr'oce.sse
iofli: ii mnfactur tm m' i e biein siminpliled
anti comlbI med w.'it.h the or'diniary opecr
ati.m 'il f0 gl ass bilow'imi g, so as conaldeir
ably 1o diiminiishi the ex p"nso anid gi ve
execuit lion. O)'jects umiade witht thie 11
quid mtra l 31, 'when t hey ar'e still red,
mire throw d''~ ir 11ectl 13nto11 the temipeingli
hasth , antd arie not agalit heiited to
mel ted poimt, as at 1irst, whiileh often
causes ma chiange In their form. JBottles,
d rinkinIg-glatsses, latmp-glasses, and
o0lier concave ohjects comitainiing air marc
received (in a culrvedl tmube, a sor't of
511phion, wuihih at ai mIomlent of' lIimmer
slont allows the alt- to escape, while th<
IliquIid enters the envity witbout dull,
cultyt3. Ali theiLse imipirovemienta haivt
been adopted at thIe glass-works o1
Cholsy-le-Rlol, and it Ia confidently ex.
peeted thIa in mu very short time) objects
in hatrde,ned glass wvtilihe qtuite as chmenj
as th ase made In the ordliar-y wvay,
Of ikestion with |I ostotter's Stomach 1itters
at miinoomo w.hich remtove's Ilatutienco heart
burn, irregularity of the boweIs, pioverty o
thte bI oil. andt atll shiftintg, h'aramaimng, per
ploximig symiptoms of dyspopsia, as wetl as
thteir cattse. A cons picuous chamngo In the ap
pearance as weRl as it the foohlings of thos
who use the Bitters takes ptlace as the distres
aimtg symptoms idisappeoar, anmud thte stomtach
liver anet howels toassum, thecir functin ii
f.ili fores aind activit.v. Theli haggard appear
iatce of the counitenance and aallowness o1
d, apep les ill suplantltedl by a htealthier look,
aind as the food is assimilat3d, the body aot
q .ire, simbstanco. Appetite. watthout which
food does comtpartatively lit'ho gooid, is re.
't >roil, and the nerv met Aatom refreshed
with mutch neodoel slumber, tbrough thte use of
thIs me Ue.no. which is also benoficial to per.
sons of a rhmoumatie tendoqley ,nd aa lostU.
mablo proventivo of fever and a8ue
CI,aN1qo COAT COLLAnS, wrc.-(1.(
The best material for cleaning coat col
lars and grease spot.- of all kinds is pure
benzine. Tie article is sold at the
principal drug stores in cities. That
used by painters is not pure enough,
andll has a very unpleasant odor, which
tle puro article has not, and the little
which it has soonl disappears. If this
cannot be obtained, strong alcohol
(ninety-Ilve per centum) will clean col
lars very well. A mixture 'of equal
parts of' strong alcohol and wiater of
1nmionia L also used. The trouble
with all these liquids Is that not enough
is used ; a siall quaitity only softens
and spreads the grease-spot; they
should be applied in tu3llicielt :juantity
and repeated, to not only dissolve the
foreign matter, but to wash it out. (2.)
Two ounces of rock ammonia, 23 ounces
of alcohol, onle ounce each of spirits of
catilphor. and transparent soalp. I'tt
all together in a large bottle, cover
with one quart of soft water, and whn
well Imixed and dissolved it is read%r lor
ise. Spread the coat oi a clean table,
take ai old nil brush. or one of the
small scrubbing brushes sold as toy.s,
dip it iII tie mixtuire and scrub I lie dirty
parts thoroughly. Apply plenty of
this, thlen take cleai warm water and
go over it again. liang It out 1uhtil
-rtIly dlr, and1( IeSS With a heavy 1ron
Oin the wroIng side.
USE OF SAL.-in many (Cises of dis
ordered stomiiaICl, a teaspoolfful Of* salt
is a certain cure. Li the violent in
ternal aching, torined colic, add a tea
SpooIfutl ot' salt to a piit of cold water,
drink it and go to bedi it is oic of' the
speediest and best remedies known.
The same will revive a person who
seems almost dead from receiving a
fall, etc. II an apoplectic lit, no time
should be lost in pouring <down salt
water, if suillielent. sensibility remains
to allow o' swallowing; ifInot tile head
must be spoiged with cold water until
the senses return, when salt will cont
pletely restore tle patient from his
lethargy. In a ilt, the feet shotild be
placed in warm water with miiustard
added, and the legs briskly rubbed, all
bandages removed from the neck, and
a cool apartment, procured If possible.
In many cases of bleeding at le iungs
when other remedits fall. Dr. Rush
toil that two teaIspooni ils 01 sait COmn
pletely stayed the blood. In ease of
bite from mad (log, wash the part With
strong brine for an liour, then band on
som11e suilt with a rag. In tooLI ache,
warm salt and water held to the part,
and renlewed two or three timeis will
rel love in most eawes. If' the teeth be
covered with tartar, wash twice a1 (1y
with salt and wate.r. In swelled neck,
W1ash tle )ar1t, WiLi briiie, and drink
tw% ice a day, also, until cured. Salt wVill
expel vorms, it' used in food In a inoder
ate degri-ee, and aid digestioi, but salt
me1Cat is ijtiriotis if used much.
Ii iA.TilFt'1.N1;s Or MiL.-Ir any
cne wishesc to grrow lII.shyN, 1 pAit of
1111k t:iken before retiring at ight will
f.0011 covt r the .erawliaest blles. Al
thoullgh1 Rowatd:ys we sue at good Imany
liey fmals,the'o vre nu1111y leanl
and bank ones who sigh For the fash
lollable 111easuire of pLumpuess, and
who wouild be. vastly im"provel in
liealth and appearance could their lg
ures be romided with good, solill flesh.
Nothing Is more colvted by thin -wo
men than a ful1l1 figiure, anld iothing
will so rouse the ire and lprovoke the
scandal of the "t,lipper bIilds'' as the
colnseioIsness of piumpniessi,- in at rival.
in cases of fever an-1 summer com
plaint, milk Is now given with excel
lent results. TPhe idea that mtil k is
"feverish'' has ex plodell, 21nld it Is no0w
the physilhin's great reliance in br'inag
lug through typhoid p:tients, or Ithose
ini too low a state to be noutrished by
solid1 food. It Is a1 mistalke to) serim p
the miilk pitchet'. Take miotre milk and1(
b>uy less mneat. Look to vou r il kmnan,
have large sized, well-tilled mil1k pitch
ers on lie table eachl meal:i , 21nld yol
will also have soundti 2l5sh an.i save
TIEA BIIsCUrr.-Sift t'olur pOI0iES 1 O
ilour inito a large woodeni bowl ; matke
a1 cavity in the centre o1 the thou r, anid
stir In slow y13 one init of luakewarni
mil1k, wvith half a plit of good y'east,
using just enough flour to make the
yeast and1( milk I io a batter of' the con
sistceney of rich crea:n. C2over this over
and1( let It stand lor' two hours; then cut
1up oneC 1pound( of goodl butter into one
p)itt of w armi milk, with a little saIlt;
no0w mix all the ligredients together,
wor'k wveil, dtil the top) withiiflour and1(
let stand1( one hour, aulter wliich make
the dough out tuto biscuits, about thle
sIze of an egg; buatter the baking tills
andl lay the Discuti.s in ro'ws tbout three
iiches apart ; place in walrml situa2tion1
to r'ise, and1(, 1as soon1 as lightt, hake thetm
to 21 n.ce brown, ini a hiot oveti ; 2as soon
21s they a1re takeni fromt the oveni washi
over'the tops with a1 softL br'ush d(i)pped
Ti: E coNoMitcaI UsE or CoAL.-Ini
mild1( weather multchil m iay be saved
in lar'ge stoves, or fitrnaces, or gra2tes
b)y covering a par't of the gr'ating with
brick, or hiat stones, or Clay, even, or
by covetring part of tile coatl with line
ashes, so that the draft of air enna onily
pas5s through a part of' It. A little sk:ill
and1( care iln this will ellect a1 gr'eat sayV
Inlg of' fuel, anmd supply an3 amioutt
ol heait adahIpted to the weather.
A N INsEcT' I1-:sTuoVa1.-An ex perl
enicedl gaIrdenler gives tihe following
miethiod for effetuially dlestroyinhg Insect
pestsl, hothI tud(oor's and( out. Take1 a1
bartel half tillied wvitht coal tar 1an1 i ii
it with wa'2ter, anid ;et it stand aIwhileo.
Th'len tile wvater miay' be sprlnkledl oIn
the lealves and stemis. This will kill all
the inIscts thait coine iln conitact wi'th
the p)lants. If' col tar c'ann ot, be ob
tainied, P'ar'i green may13 be used.
SALT'a A Nl) Woon AaI-:s. -Thte iport
an1Ce 01. anl occalsional relish of' salt and1(
wvood ashes for all kinds of st.ock caun
- not be0 too highly appp)1reiatedl. The
most conivenienlt formn in which these
mai2ter'ials are offered is in a solid mass,
which admits of' diligenit ickitig oIn
the p)art of' t,he animial withoatt getting
more of the mixture thlan is diesirable.
SUa'r PU DDIN WrrTuT Eoas.-Take
a pliece of light, bread dough (on bakhm g
day) the size of a Qiliart dipper; Ilatten
onat on youtr mioulding-board ; add( to
this one cuip of' suet, ne0 cupI chloppedl
risinis, otte etip Zanlte curr::ts ; mix
together thor'oughuly and1( set it to rise
on a late ; when lIght enough steam
Couaus AND CoLD8 are often over
looked. A contlinuanice for any length
of time causes irritation or the Lungs
or some chronte TLhroat Discase.
"Browon's Broachial Trochaee" are an
effectual Couon REMEDY.
AVoID A CoSTavil IIABIT oP liosy, not only be.
cause - I the ttend(hig liscomfrort, but, loet, it
engender more serluus conseequ, nces. Dr.
Jayne'e Sanative PaIls are either L-axative or
Cat.harile, according to t,he dose, and mar b
depended apen to produce healthy secret ens
of the Llvr amnd Stomeach.
."Anuc you fond of game?" asked
Belinda's husband, sticking his fork
Into the canvas-baek. Mrs. Gooding
ton did not alnswer for a moment. It
was clear hat tite query had called up
recollections.of the past. Looking up
with a smile peramibulating around the
deep ruts Old Time had worn in her
kindly face, she salid, "Whon Darniel
Ias alIve we USIed to have a good rub
ber of whist now and then ; but its for
your new-fangled games, such as eur
eka, cabbage and physique, I'm too old
to learn any of them. But, don't mind
tile, Theodore If the youig folks want
to play, let them. I would be tite last
to interfere with ally of their harmless
lxrTir.E Franky's mother was very
plous, bitt site was an invalid, and so
his auntie, who was also pious. loo ked
after his religious Instruction ad let
no occassionl pass to enforce some pre
cept. One day Franky suddenly said :
'Oh, dear I I wish I had wings."' TI is
antigelle aspiration wits regarded witI
great joy by the Iwo sisters. and they
eagerly asked why hie wisled for
wintg. "'Oh,'' said Franky, "I'd fly
"pinto the air and take Aunt Sisan
with t1, 1a1nd when I coutldn't go any
higher t'd let her drop."
"No,'' exrl:timed Mr. Penhceker,
"No, Madam, I object mo-t decidedly.
Oice and for all i say it-the girls shall
not be taught. for(eigi latiguages.
"Ai(d why not, I)ray,'' sitdfl Mrs. P.,
with withering sarcastm. "Beealse,"
said Mr. P., witii Itore withering sar
casill, "because, Ps. P., onle tolngiue Is
S4mviugh for aly womall'' Mrs. ['en
hiecker resqotnded not.
Fito-IE)I4 says: "Mait cannot live oi
egations.'' It. depends upotn how
they are cooked. A negation shoutild
never be fried. Boil 'em, with their
leAIkets 0n, anld putt plenty of sailt on
ent, bitt. io gravy.
WnIXN man falls out of a balloon to
bite earth, a dislance of two ile, hie
gets llls Iame in all the papers, but
fortullatelv the fall is so grear, t hat he
Cannot enter the lecture filid to utlize
I Ju ate vertising ne 1as gailned by
'"Mt. PIEE.I,t ." said lhe, according
to the Graphic, It. Pecrod, we have
for breakfast tihle glyptocephalss eynlo
lossus.'' (Peelrod had always been
.sedi to callinrg them oundr wflld hn
Isng oni a sutinday at the ilarlemll
A,N Apology--"it, Freddy, now
could you ever think of nlilnig aunty
sthid ? Immediately go to her and
tell her that yoll are sorry. Freddy
goes to attity am satys: "Anitty, I
a1'n1 sorry you are stp111hl?"
M A.IMA to Ifbel (4 years old), who
is rather inmcreihfully teasing her kit
tenl-", Isitbel, my chil, you mu11st not
do so. I don't like to see It.' isabel
"Well, don't look, minaill.''
A ixr-ri.t girl of four yen rs was re
ctI cnlld as it witnleS ill it police
court, and, inl alnswer to the q lestioln
WhIlat beOnme of little gils t ho told
lies, Iinocentily replCd that they were
Sent to bed.
"WHAT is the 'U. P.' church?"
youlng Duilfries asked Ilts friend,l who
is a railroader f rom Nebraska. "1Unlion
you know anythhiz?''
TinEa manager of a chutrch fair nlot
far awaiy, when asked if there womuld
he imusic each ev ning, replied. "'No,''
and thten added, but thlere will be sing
"'Wi.i. y'our mothter ever maltrry'
aginit ?" lie inlquiredl. "Not with my
approvali,"' sIte antswiered ; "'such is my3
op)iioni thus far, aInd not a step-t'ather. '
* HNh sighs for her and she sighs
for him i, ite sighi n's of the timets mtay'
be considered autsplelous tor a wedd(ing.
Youfxo Sportsman. "Does your fat
ther preserve alt all ?" Ingenuous
Maiden. "Oh no0; we tuse aill ouri fruit
for miakinig tarts,"
BUcT few men can handle a hot lamp
chimney and say there is n10 p)lace like
htome at the same tln:e.
WHiY does asp)aragus resimble long
sermonis? Because tile ends1 are most
W H EN a sick 11an1 feels well he sits
upl. Whleni a wvell man11 feels sick lhe sits
THEa more sense a preacher' has the
less need f or PhSsatinlism11.
A nEAErn in crystal opthieSs limplhy
a mierchatnt of eyes In glass.
A 5aMWt-is t-Th'e ivy gr'eex.
A CATr's purr is not on1 her ticoh.
A Nswi'R 'nis-Dd yina ever kniow
any persont to he ill, without inaction of
theo Stomach, Liver or Kidneys, or did
you over know otte who was well when
either wais ob3tructed or inactive; and
di you ever know or hear of any case
of the kind that IIop Bitters would not
curg?-Ask your neighbor this same
MURDER wvill ouit, so ill the fact
that Garboline, a deodorized extract of
petroletun, the natural hair renewer
and restorer, Is the best preparation
ever inivenited and excels allother hair
dressings, as thousatnds of genuine cer
tifleates now In our possessioni abun
GENERaAL DEatu,l.Tr.-.--in tils corn
phat te good ell'ects of the VEGETINEC
arte realized Iimm1ed41iately after coma
menclng to take It; its de'btlity denotes
ah-lleiency of thei blood, andI VEGIETINH
abs dilrectly upionl the bloodi. TheIire is
nto retmedly thatt ill restore the health
fromn dbhility like bte VEGWTINE. Itbia
maourishinig andi strenigthening, purIties
the blood regulates the bowvels, qhuiets
rihe nervous system, acts directly upon
11( hesecretionis, andl arouses the whole
sy'stemi to action. It has never failed In
*3.o Made From 25 Cotnts.
25 cen ts' wvorth of GIlt- Edge Butte r
Maker wvill Increase product atnd market
value of butter produced #3.00. Gives
butter a rich golden color the year
roun(d. Inicreases product 6 per cent.
Increases quality 20) per cent. Prevents
buitter fromi beconting rancid. Makes
July, Atigust andI Wintor butter equal
to best Juno product. Sold only in
boxes, by druggists, grocers and gen
eral storekeepera. Send stamp for
"Hiit to Butter-Makers." Address,.
n,ifm.or Imm.ovm. nt., n..'al. N.- Y
4OW TO OVr A ItanIAND.--.Ttke of
modesty a large portion ; unite It with
urbanity and good humor; to which
add good sense ald plenty of love, with
a virtuous lheart ant( it protty face. Bet
tor than a cosinetle to nnke the skin
fair and clear, to bring bloom to the
checks and light to the eyes, and re
move Pimnplem, Bolls, Eruptions, Sal
low Complexion, thick, yellowish ap
pearance qf the skin and eyes, Bad
Breath, irritability and low spirits.
Take Simmons' Liver Regulator In time.
"I was sogreatly troubled with Boils
on the neck and body that I was hardly
able to move my head, and sutfered
great pain without being able to cur3
them, until I was induced to try Siml
mons Liver Regulator, which entirely
cured me, and I have had no return of
them sinee, now over a year.
"JAMBS M. CI.PNINT, Agt.
for* So. S. S. Co., Phila."
Another met hod has been brought for
ward by an English inventor for pro
tacting iron from corrosion, the cost of
the process being giveni as about Que
thirdl Jhat of ia coat of paint, one-tenth
that of clec ro-plating with nickle, and
one-twen leth that of the ordinary op
oration of printing and gliding ; it can
also be colored in a vat icty of ways.
The art.lles to be protected are coated
with a thin Al.a or borate of lead, con
taining a little cuprotis oxide in solu
tion,and bright -cales of precipitated
platinmiln i suspenslon. They are then
heated t-) redness, and become covered
with a thin, glassy, bright coat of' grey
color, snlimar in apl)earance to polished
Iron. Iron1 treated according to this
method is said to .be "plantinized,"1
and among the advantages claimed for
it over other protecting processes Is
that it is unaffected by sewer gas, diliute
acids and alkalies and ordinary tire
PEOPL1.E LUAIGN wis1>oM by expert
ence. A main never wakes up his see
oud baby to see It laugh, but always
keeps Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup handy.
Elliott P. Rarrilon of )etrolt has
invented a water velocipede, whiiih
weighs seventy pounds and travels as
rel .iy 11 the land luachinle. The
wheel is four feet in diameter and buoys
i) about 400 pounds, havIng sixteen
1dd. w: iits ik 4 Outer rim. TIle iliteri
or of the wheel is eupplied with air
chambers for biuoyancy and.with water
ch inbers for balance. The saddle is
placed farther back and lower than in
the improved latild bicycle. The tread
les for the feet are connected with
gearing attached to a crank turned hby
anso, s that in propelling the machlioe
either the hands or feet or both to
gether may be used. Running back
of the wheel are shatts, connecting
with two artilicial 11ish of cedaar rest.ing
on the water side by side. Tiese Jislj
serve the samne purpose in balclig
the machine as the small wheels does
in the bicycle, and also serve as a rud
W often hear people say, there is
on,ly one good cough medicinc and that
is Dr. Bullis Cough Syrup; it Is cicap
too, only 25 cents per bottle.
Failure of Brain Potder.--The best
Possible thing for a iman to do when lie
feels to weak too carry anything through
is too go to bed and sleep as long as he
canl. This Is the only reCperatlion of
tihe brain power, the d'ly actual Ie
etiperation of brain force, becnuse,
a condition to receive appropriate par
tiCles of nutriment fromn the blood,
which take the place of those which
have been consumed by .revious labor,
since the very act o1 thinkIng burnis up)
solId particles, as every turn of tihe
wheel or screw of the steanmer is tihe
result of consumiption by lire of' tile
f uel in the iunace.
The pilce or soap1 1s rapidly adtian
lng. A y'ear's supp)ly of Donnixs'
ErsCTmIc bought now at 01(1 pilce
ill be averzy J1umdiclous purchase.
In the dfistillation of the liquid and
s(olhli hydr'ocarbons fr'om lignite, tar',
petroleum,n r.snrsinCSf 0118, etc., thle in
r 'dduction of steami is useful to prevent
un idesirlaible decompi)Ston. Randl(ohrl
hazs contr'ived a device for' heating
tihe steam insidle the still, Its tempera
tur'e agireeing with the boiling-point of
AN old physician, retired from prao
tIce, having had1( placed In his hiainds by
an East indiia missionary the formula
of a simple vegetable remedy for the
speedly andI per'manent cure for Con
sumiption, Bronchit,is, Catarrh, Asthma
and all Throat and Lung Aflretions,
also a p)osithve and radical cure for Ner
VOuis .Debiity and all Nervous Com
plaints, after havIng test'ed Its wonder
ft cur'ative powers in thousands of
cases, has felt it his duty to make It
know to his sufferming fellows. Actu
ated by this motive anid a desire to re
hoeve human suflering. 1 wIll send free
of pharge to all who desire It,, tis re
cipe, In Geriman, French, or English
with full directions for preparing and
using. Sent by mail by add:essing
with stampi, namnlg this puaper, WV. W.
Bn K.uxAR. -149 Powers' iock, R?ochester,
.". P. lniniuylIon, of the UJniver'sity
of Virginia, questionis thme accur'acy of
the method by which the recent decom
position of chlorine w us eff'ected. Hie
dioubts whetheir due car'e was taken to
exclude the p)ossibIlity of oxgen comi
poumnds being present In time exper'l
By thme enmploymnent of gelatimne dryv
plates, .Iierri Vogel has succeeded in
phiotographinug the fainter'spectra of in
candesent gases, when time sour'ce of
light is a simp)le indutction spark, and
has ren 'er'ed limes visible in the more
refranglble pairt of tihe Pnectrum which
cannot be observed by direct vision.
If an electr'o-magnet, solid( or tubular,
is struck at the mioment tihe current
ceases, the dturation of its demagneti
sationi is cv-maiderably dimninished. A
shock, then, Is a remedy f'or remnanent
are pronouncod by thie medIcal profession
The bane or society" but time Bilble says " To
han who Is afflicted p'ty shiould be shown" and
Dr. Sllsb,e the din overer of "Anakesia" thie
only infaliblo pile euro known to medicai art
deserves a monumenlt at the hands of aflieted
mIllions aas a bemnefactor of tile human race. .If
as Jean P'auh Iihter say-"IhIappinelss Is the
absence of pain." what shah be said of a
remedy that wll1 relieve instanitly igpoh pain as
those endure who suffer from piles and of how
mnehhappnessmust"Anakosma'' be tihe
authr. 50.00 ofthemillions anlijeted with
piles gladly testify to itsa haing virtues. Doe
tors of all schools prescribe it and in 20 years
none have used It without bonefit. Combin
ing the virtues 6f a poultIce, an instrumnent
and toedicine easy of application, safe and
useful in all cases, It relieves pamn at once.
holds up the tumore and ultimately eures tihe
worst cases of piles sand wthat is equally worth
knowing, by following the Doctors printed in
atrucions as to diet, habits ste., keeps them
eured. Samples of 5anakesis"' are sent.ree to
all sufferers on app'ication to P. Neustaedter
& Oo.. Boex 8916 New York. Sold by druggise
FATHER 18 GETTING WEI..-Hy
daughters say, "How much butter
father is since he used IHop Bitters."
lie is getting well after his long suffer
ing from a disease deolarod incurable,
and We are so glad that he used your
Bitters.-A lady of Rochester, N. Y.
Driushing the Teeth.-The object of
brttshing the teeth is to remove fihe de
structive particles of food Wihieh, by
their decompoation , generate decay.
To nieutralize the acid resulting from
this chemical change is the object of
dentifriee. A stiur bruish should be
used after every ical, and a thiread of
silk floss or Indla rubber passed through
betweecn the teeth to remove particles of
food. Rinsig the mouth itI lime wa
ter neutralizes the acid.
A Home in the Celestial City.
MIINNEAPI'0.19, Mlinn., Dec, 1s, 1878.
MI. H. I. I'EVENs, Boston :
About nine and a half years ago I had a fever;
the doctor itavo imo sono poisonous medicino,
drove the disease Into miy leir, and it brnoe ont,
and has been irom two to t-ii unning sots ever
since. I could iot sleep a fottrt. of a nigit once
iII six mont,lis, and a great iany nights was
conimpelled to get up and tako oiitmn-a piece as
largo as a pa-to (deaen the pain. I have tried
every%It ng I cotild hear of, in fact, I have p kid
out huandreds of dollars. and found no relief
1_ti I comanence d takiang Vegot.ine. and now I
enn go to bed at 8 o'clock at, night acid slc!I
unail tseven o'clo 'k ian the morning. acid ito oc
camton to waken froin pain. I waits ed up, per
femily dead Inwardly, and frequent,ly.when I
would get up, would bo dizzy, and havo to pit
mny hand . i smiething to keep ie fromn failing;
but, since I comminenced I akilig Vogeline. it has
all d'tcippearad, and I feel like a new inai. Aly
hlontet coniviction Is that It, will cure cmy leg eln
tirely, from t,h. presen looks and feelings. I
halt continue taking Vegot,ine, and recoinend
it to all wihoi I comio a-ross; and I io1) tho
man who lntroditced vegot.ine Into t,le Uniltd
States will havo a hiocme tan the Celestial CLy.
Yours, most sincerely,
W. 8. LEACH.
Mr. Leach is a gentleman well known here,
and' is the owner *of tho colubraked Turbln
Completely Cured Me.
NxwronT, KY., Feb. 2, 1877.
M. a. I. R SMvNs:
Dear sir.-I write to say that seven bottle of
your Veglitno have Cocipletely cilred me fl om1 a
vMy severo case I If eoCIP1(111a, of Inatly years'
toricig agreat (eal. 1 am i aw irro firon all
sores and can work as well as ever, and I [link
the Vegetini is a god-send. and no one ought to
do without, It.
I remain, respectfully yours,
J. A. PATRICK.
VEORTINn is now prescribed in cases of Scro
fula. an.I o hwr dise -es of the blood, by many
o the best pJystLih owing to its grat Ste
cess In curing All disecses of this ial ure.
U. R NTEVENS, Boston, Mass.
Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists.
'ARIE THE 3EST.
D. LANDRETH & SONS. 21 & 23 S. SIXTH St,
PH ILADET,PH IA.
- IF YOU WOULD BE PitOPIClLY
suited with spectacles. apply or
DR. N. C. GRAY. Optician,
28 N. T WUHLFT1l stre,
Those answernig an aLaverusement wil
Confer a favor upon the Advertiser and the
VnbUsherbyotatiug that they maw the ad,yer.
tionsmnt In this Iornal (naminar the.oshve
Johnuon's Ano yne ani ment will pesl.
ively provenit this terrible dIsease, and wvill
poe.sitlyeiy cure nine eases in tea. infromation
y,a il ae mnany lives sent free by mail
Don't delay a moment. Prevonth-n is better
than cure. Sold eiverywheru.
1. 5. sOHNSON & CO., Bangor, Mie.
... .U .." gg i
THE SOLE QUESTION
hs, what shall we (1o to presNerva health P Our
ansawar is: lion.p youir feet woarm, diiy aand faae fromi
thsuiattam, by warring a pair of
JOllNSON's SILK INSOLES.
Being th'n, are easly wornc in tira shoces of any
wcaere. I carnaai lay w$rIllig Cur i. traie by
mai for 28 Cents. State size or slhoe worcn.
D. W. JOilNSON,
823 Arcca St., Phltaladlphia, P.
Ts thn (11.1 lital,'e t'onennf trnin I l,vo for FAl M i bY
nO P n~A it,I% 1 ali.am Tuoiap eack can
it is fucit woicahtaaa u t'trencgthc.
AND) TAiKM Nh OTalEit.
PENN*A NA LT MSANUF'B (0., PIIILA D'A.
It deracribe. Itoysal Painas, Rare ('crhocitios, Weialth
iad wVoc.lars aiof h idh-s 'alChh Jlnpan ole. A
millioni ipce w"ant it. Tic i,s l te best cmcuace of
y'our lifo to cannke cmocney. Itiewamroft "'catch-ponncy"
aatti.n. a'larly. A $.e . 8end for c,lcars
NAvIONAl. P'unac.ccncN Co.,* Phciladelphmia.
Office of Dre M. W. CASE, 9
ant it l vraggressive, er
wiilli a Cure ilMs,tbie, it a
thorough, suiccessfuli anad plet
'aI dloes not re - . O
qure Ien min-.
t/s to demonstrate thme value of Carbohato of Tar, tic
ing9 remedial aenot knowno to science. hlsalsam,a acid
tihe most healhing andl sootinag paropertices are so asim
Pinca Tree Tar. that thme mecre bareating convrerts thenr
or vapoar. This is inchaled-takenc righmt to the dihse'ase<
sto Isot water, siail i,naling or Inreathin, it
cnent LA enduorsedi by clyilanis everywhlen, anals
thiousqndis, who hmavo uisedl It withs pnr recl saatisfcmetiron.
sent. Satisfaction Always (luarantlead. Adress
-' best June 1
)t alhity at I
YaiueS8 to 6
. iarket vali
our book "
for t, Smi
Einerson's Anthem Book.
By 1. 0. imnorson. PrIco $1 26, or 612 por doz.
It In a pletiuro to look through this tine book'
ud Choir Lenders will all bo tiltawed N% lit thu li.
,rit beatuly of tho nimaitc. mid tho gro,t varlety.
loro ar n.oro thm IV 9 A ntlimi, Alote, Seutotnvets.
te., including nu Atitlei lioxAlgiy andti( moiie liit
Iow )Iyn11 Atliins. Al <o IS tesponest and Chnitsv.
l uiAc for Chrlstinap. letsstvr, und atil other peital
TIlE SLVEPING QUEEN, (8Wets.). Flinm Oi
rottir by lale.
HAVE YOU SEEN
lhe now8 ubbath Flhool Iook ? 11m a grand, good
iiok, undl I?. lainooIhig withm uloximtI'lod 1,11ccoed.
O inlyPublhod two i1i14)l11 a o, t I t tikW so w..l
hat thu publishers aro forced to ismno ?oilitin stirle
dation to koup pace with thko domuiand. To itato it
lime gotin straight into tho hoarin of nili lovoriq of
abbathit School alusic, and the fact is duo to It pim
rity, freshntoss and originality.
Me'nd 30 cis. lin stamps for a sample copy. $3 par
Teiperanco .0wels, (35 cis.) loy J. It. Tu0n1114y,
shoid be used by all Tempornico ati R1efurn clibs.
Any book mailed, post-freo, for the retail prior.
Oliver Ditson & Co, Boston.
.J. 0e. DITMON & 40.,
1228 Chuestnmut Nt., Philla..
ARELINED WITHNONCONUCTING CEMENT'
1RSVI ht HP-Aa Am . a~ GamIe
N OT BURN TH HAND.
y t-RON BOTH WAYS
(A Mi"cine, not a brik.)
nOP, aUCHUP MANDAEMKS
A= I rw3mssT AiD BaiT MxnrAaQeA. QO
ON AL, OTMA BDra.
biseaes of the StoMach, Bow8l1,.Blood, ZAMr
and Urinary Ogans, Neryousneesasep
e "esad especlily Fonale Complatats,
- 1000 IN GOLD.
Ill be paid for a ease theyfl s ure er hp,
or anything Impute Or Injurious tcmd ithem.
Ask your druzggist, for Hop Bitter.sad agte
owe you sleep. Tak. ne othe.
COe Ceun Is the 5weeat, safst se bes
XcP PA for Btomach, Live and Kidneys
superier to all Others. Ask Dragglsta.
.? 0 a an absoua nd IrttTieu
Send for circular.
an1 aboseloldyemessas. Hap Bities Mf'. Os. e~a-,N.y
T HE RM OM E TE RS,
M locroccopoa, Opera G iaMa, ECye G iasses, Speo.
(acles, IBirom,otors, at Greatly Reduced Prices.
R. & JF. BEGCK,
111annoinciurting Opt icianse. Phiiideliat. Pernd 3
Sta ns bair ill tritodl Cataliogno of 141 pages, anod
hiss a Pad dihni rm nil others, ik
8ENSRLC ienas to allt pla
ofSiL th oy,w the SAI n the
TRUSG peRE ~~A haJJi4
I-in t Is e,,rta era a~,.i andl a nata hcse
** E~gIeston Truss Co., 6hlonan._I.
Rtupertus' celebratedl rnnglo Ilrieech-.lndinc tht
Gun at ,65up. D)ouble-barroal lretch liaiore am 02%
iip~. Mluu.le and Blrocch-loaini (luns. Rtinosc anal
Pistole of most apaprovedl Eni lsh andl Amaerican.
makes. All kIndls of eporting inpleume ail arti
Clraal.rd aporlan- an gamnnke. r~JT'a
lia-h ea,t giuna yet muade for the ,, ico. Picnet o,
JOS. C. GRUBB & CO.,
712 Market Street. Phila., Pa.
33 Arch Street, Philadelphia
ist a TerribleI Db,ic'. Tt.s fearful eTeroca-.
cornptin runin g don the thrnoat, weak gyuAddei
nes-s, Iosas of vaice, loss oflsmoll, dislgusatinl godiul ilitmaa
dleformities, anid flnnily consmpmjtion,m Yromn ti
aiiiiry treonmlntsn arlirs thiai iueleas. If nmegleiali
hay rlaidly dliveloap into qjuick connilmmiit. 'J'ho muiaa
sanot treatment Is
;ARBOLATE of TAR 1NEAAT
bnedt wath - - cim
r2 'ta o00( Bronohitis 83 '00fh0S
ilyoai fol its healing power at onI'4, ht trat
FillalalTREAT31E "'t'iCIillarS, ecC., otlit Fre
OR. Md. W. CASE, 9883 Arch St., Philndelphis, 1i.
,GILT-ED G1 E
'take. "GiIt-Edge " Eotter the year rounl. Com.
mtd the Selenco of Chemim,try applIed to flutter.
nIja August andI Winter Enutter made equal to the
'redact. increase. produet 0 per cent. Improtes
teat 20 per cent. Rteduces, labor of churning one.
cots flatter becoming rancid. improves mar)tet
Ceets a pound. Guaranteed froe from all injUrious
(ttves as nice Golden Color the year round. ' t
I will produce $8.00 in increase of product and
to. Can you nmake a bett investwntl Blewaro
n. Genuino.eoldl only in boxes with trade
airymaid, together with wvorda "GxILT-lCoon
IAxER" printed on eaoh packnge.. Powder sold
tad General Stere-keepers. Ask your dealer for
hits to Buttteor-Makera,i' or send statnp to, ui
all size, X~ lh., at 25 COnte; Largo aso. 14 !lbs.,
at saving by buying the larger sI,ro
*' BUTTER IMPROVEMtNT. CO., Propce ->