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FARM AND GARDE.
PLANT FooD.-Tlls must bo In a sol
uble or liquid condition. All the no
cessary mineral -fertilizhig ingredient
may he present in a soil and yet may b
of no avail unless in a soluble condi
tion, or tinless they have also a solvent
A surface made up of coarse pebble
only, without any pulverized material
would ,be hopelossly aterlie, evei
though those pebbles nigit have th
chemical, composition of the best forti
lizers. The mass of coarse pebble
would lack the porosity and sensibilit
of a good soil. Fertile solls must pos
seas both. Fields of tine, light, and po
rous soll, of the mlost favorable compo
sition would be whlly unproductive I
a drought for want of a proper solvenr
to convey the mineral Ingredients int<
the tissue of plants. Evei when walte
anough was present, if the fertilizinN
elements of the soil were in such a con
dition thasit could not stu.ttheiml, th<
soil would be perfectly sterile. letim
the great utility of the solvents and de.
composing agents. Rain Mater, ac
cording to Professor Robert Peter, If
one of nature's great solvents to act
upon materials that may be converted
into plant food, contalinlig as it does
carbonic acid, which not only tikes uli
what Is already In a soluble condition,
but, by means of the dissolved aclh!
decomposes the silicates of the soil and
sets free, potash, phosphateo, etc., and
it Is enabled also to hold ilim, maignesit
and the phosphates In solution.
Tn OncHARD IN bXALL GRnN.-Il
not unfrequeitly iappens itat wheal
or oats are sown in the orchard. This
of course is not the best way of doing
yet froin soino cause or other, good,
sufflicient or ot.herwise, it Is neverthe
less done. The stubble, after the grain
is out, should the weather be dry and
warm, Is capable of reflecting the leat
to such all extent as to endanger tie
lives of trees, especially if they be
-young. To avoId such a condition the
stubble should be plowed under as soonl
as possible a'ter tie gralti is harvested.
Bly so doing the risk of iajury fronm re
ilection of' heat is not oanly removed
but the soil Is in bettdr comiltion to re
taln moisture, thereby causing the tree,
to grow. Young orchards should b.
planted in small grain. Older onies ar
somnitimes sown in oats anid pastured
down by the hogs without l1jurious ef
fects. Clover, huwever, ais-.ers a bet
ter purpose, atd lis nore lrulithalu evel
as a food for switne.
WVATEnlNQ STc.TeSlIpply ()I
water in the winiter Is the source oi
trouble. lee gathers about the troughr
and other drinking places, pipes fret zt
and burst or become choked, at tid mani3
otler incoiveniences uicciti. These a
be avoided by me1Cth1odCal manIIlagemInt,,
Have regular waiteriig periotis, twice i
day. Fall tho trouglhs 'romi tho Pitl ps
or cistern, and tirive the cattle tc
them aMid see that they dIrink. Wlhein
till ae supplied, empty tile 1.routglhs a1l
ilther cover or turn thmili over. lave
no flowing waiter in the yards to wast(
or freeze, or to becoml ice cold 14)
drinking. A cold drink wvill reduce th(
milk from the cows tenl per cent.
CAnDAoEs Fot SilEE.-Cabbages art
capital food for sheep at the preset
period ; old shepierds always prefe,
them to turnlps-they are scl hear.
100d, so they say ; aid It, appenls th
year, o Iving to tihe cool, damp stamlniia
no doubt, that all the crly turnlips are
bad in quaility. I oftenl wonider why
cabbages are not grow 1 inre, colisider
JNg that sheep, (lnttle and pig4, are all
so very fonld of thetom, an ta ey 003a re s
highly anutrative in their paroperties.
Somt.E persons say their landi Is not wveii
aidapted for themi, anad others saay thaey
require hIgh mnanur intg; buit the fact of
their growing wvell on abnitootI all sobit
in gardoons senms muo indicatme that they
might be adop)ted ito field cuilture'
much amore tham at presaaent.
THEaai farmer cultivates has farmai ian
summeanr and it y lels a bout eifult cro1
. 01f grain. iia winter lie shtouil. imi ove0~'
his leisure time in cuahivatinga his maind.il
so that IL maaay 3'ieid a bontilul cr'op of
thoughts. IE either the farma nor amintd
will bo productIve witi'oat, culitivation.
Rlank weeds wvilI grow up atni sumo ther
all Llh'.t is valuaable.
As a food for haorses, a ixture oh
oats anid corn ground, to be fed wvitha
emut hay, is .reotcmaeded. The corn,
if ground withi the cob Is relishied by
horses, and is not so heatiatg as car
hTAoNANT and imnpaire walcr thai
cows drink while at pastatre is one o)1
the most prlominuent. causes of bad odors
How saivnags Live.
Th'le Uute's live prinicipially onl baread and
meat. Whent they catn't get bread they live
oan meat, andI when thecy cana't get mneat
they live on broatd. Whena they hatve a
great qutantity of provisionts ona hanil thaey
eat it all ump before getting any~ more. The.
same is trae whten they have a sali quaint.
thy on hand. They aire (dirty. Tihety are
even very dirty. Their miet is genmerall1
permitted to lie about on the ground or anma
place. Each Indlian family possesses anyi
number of (logs from eight to fifteen, atnd
these animnals hellp thmemselves to the menat.
After thmey have satislled themseleves, anda
the Indijms become hungry, they cut, o)i
tis satme piece oat which thme do4gs fecal.
They generally b)oi1 their mleait, lbut soame
times bifoih it. Trhey put it In watera and
let it renmaini only a few umiutes, juast loin
enough to heat, when they take it, ont aand
begin to cat. They use the same -waater
and the same pail for boiling ever atnd ovem
again until tihe water becomeos a perfect
slime of filth. One not genmerally t's aer.
vice for the entire family. Th'iis particuilar
pot Is a fryinv.pan. When th'e Utes gel
out of bed they wash theIr faces nad bathe
the baby in it, after wvhicha they bake the
-bread and boil the teat. Thaen they eat
out of thme vessel, anti then thte dtogs liek
up the leavings. TIhey ciotho themnselvem
with skians of aninala or with blankets.
-iThey generally take a bianktet or a skin and
cut a hole in thte amiddle of it and throwv i
over their heads, cutting armn.hoies aad
fastening the garment at the waist with
wide belt, white they close uip time neei
.with a buckskin string. Whecn the garmtt
wears .out they, cut time string tand let i
drop, but not before. 8elnetimes thte Int
dians will' wvear asa many as five of thee
garments at a time, always keepmng th
Cleaneet one on the outside.
* leIp in Time.
HIet , to bet ofrpativea, should be timely. Whet
the kdneys grow hnaetive, astueare apt ic
do.,I is wise to lend them and time blad lea
ryandjudolos inedical aid in performin,
irer:mportaant funions. Tao requl.
mito energy. is infused - unt their opirations
Wth'ont. dahger of exlting tho.n, and wIth
eatbennt o he enealhealth, bjuins
., efamhstimulante are rathaer ealoulated tc
bri tila benlll the kidneys and bladder
t e lablet emmunto rgy inparta
-P ' b* 5Cbdip3e b* 6 at kId
- 4 t yery freque'nmtly bafti
~ ~ prove fa'aL. To' guard.
~ *ib~t o sequenoes, repel thou
~Al)4 7fiO u~PSuggBested.
CosMETIcs.-Dootors, and chemists.
- and physiologists, all unite 'in iaying
s that there Is but one proper qostnetio
o pure soap and water. Even 'scented
- soap is obectionable, unless the smell
of anl unhi al- skin Is to be hidden.
s Complexion is dependent on the quality
and quantity of the blood In the skin,
I and the conidition of the cells of the
skin, through which the blood is seen.
-The way to Insure having a proper
tquantity of healthy blood in the skin is
to rise early, to be much in the open
alir, especially during the hours of sun
light, to avoid over-heated, artiflcially
lighted, unventilated rooms, and to re
rtire early to rest. To keep the cells
which protect the surface of the skin in
a healthy state, all that is necessary Is
to wash the surface of the body with
soap an d water only, or, in the case of
soine delicate skins, which the alkali
of most r,olps Irritates, with water
alone. Whoever will attend to these
direbtions will do all that can be don e
to p eservo, its all ot,ht to try and pr
serve, their skins iI Ihe most healthy
and therefore beautiful conditions. It
cannot be too etr6ngly asserted that ho
cosmetic, wash, enamel, powder, paste
or lotion, canl ever subvert the natural
process of waste and repair which is
ever taking place In our bodies, and
which is part of ageieral law observed
throughout animate nature, that every
cell hias a limited period of Qx1stenee,
equally as have all bodies composed of
Tix Gu,%s.-Tle daily precaution
(the use of the tooth-brush) for the
)reservttion of the teeth, and the clean
liiess of' the Iouth, vill generally iI
sure a healthy condition of the guns;
though they aire somttiiiot affectel! frOm
constitutIonal caulses, which produce
telderness and liability to bleed upon
pressure ; cold, also, has at similar efrect
occasionlatlly. Tincture of mrIh
dilited with a little water, Is, in stt2h
enses, an excellent ptrify'iIng and
strenigtheniig applieationl. A few drops
of tiettire of catechit in water forms
an astringent ald stiatulating lotion."
To LOOSEN GLASS STOPPEI.-PUt one 1
or two drops of sweet, oil round the I
stol))el, close to the mouth of the bot
- 0o; then put-itra little distance from
the tire. W hen the decanter gets wari,
has1. It wootien ilsttrUieinlt with a cloth
wrapped tightly r wid it; then strike
the .-topper,- fi st oil onle side, thei on
ie ot her ; by persovet Ing a little while
yott will iost likely get it out. Or you
nay lay the bottle in watrm Water, so
ti t tle neck or the botile may he tinder t
wiater. Let, it tioak for a (ine, thein
knock it with a wooden 'ingttiamen as
BREAD -AUCE -Shred a large onion
an<l boll it iII a pint, of milk till pei'oct
ly tondur; sprinikle and stir in half a
pi)nt. o,' ile bread cumnbs. Cover and
soak for at hour. Beat tihe mixture till
silooti, replaen on the fire, adiing i
iallf tea1sp)oonfiul ot pow%-dPred mace,
on1e Onc111e of' butter, a teas)oonli of'
suit,, thograted yolk of a hard-boiled
egg anid hall a pint, of rich cream. Boil
live IlilniuItes, alnd serve.
Sonm von llutNs.-All kinds of burns
I ncltitl I ng scalds and sun burns, are al
iosit ioniediately relieved by the IIp.
IflicatiOln 01' a sotutit;On 01' SodI to -the
Wiri.t 8iir,hc. It must he remembered
ntilt tdry soat will not (o unless it is
surrounded with a cloth moist enlough
to diissolve it. Thisi method of sprih.k
ing it on and covring it with a wet
clot.h is often the very best. But it is
suhlcin to wash Iche wound repeatedly
'witli a stronug solution.
V E) TILATION OF~ BED .lOOMzs.--Kach
in halut i&ai of pure air is retttriiedl loadi
edi with pioison ; a haundredl and lif ty
grainus o1 it, is added to theo at.mosphier'e
of' a he'tl-roo'n every hoiiir, 01r twelve
tun mdred grains durl ig the night. Unm
less t hatt -poison-laiden atmiosp)here is
d iluitedi or renived hy a constattit curi
renit, of' ir passinig thtrotgh the roomn,
lie blood soon becomies impu)11re, thlen
lciuattes sliigghsh ly. atccutzmlating and
pr'essinag on the brainl asngfih
fuii dreatms. n,e t u zlh.
CoL.onNE W A'r.--Take of alcohol
0one gallon ; oil of' ber'gamot one ouncee;
oil of' roseniar y, one ounce; oil of hem
on, two dirachmls ; oil 01 lavender, fouri
drachims ioil of' cassia and cloves, of
eatch live (1rops; ottarl of r'oC>S, twen)ty
drIops ; mix andit llter'. .it is essen1tl
that tihe spirit sho1.1(d be of the pures0t
kind and the oils genuine and fresh.
CAvI'NNx PEPPER FoR MICE ---1f a
mouise takes ii enitrance ini aniy part
o1' your' utwellinig, saturiate a rag with
catyeinne, in solutioni, and stulf it into
the hole wvhich citn thien be r'epair'ed
withl either w~oodh or mortar'. No rat
0or miouise will eaSt thait rag for' the pur'
pose5 01 commientilitti wital a depot of
eggs, one etunmce of beet' suet, s(x
onuces of flour, thiredS ounces of bread
eru'mibs, a little sait, andt 'mix It slack
WE AN hiusure aniy persion having a
Shat UnboliIne, a deodorized ext mactt 01'
lpe roleuim, kill do aill that is claimed
lorir.l t will not stini the mlost deli
cute fabric and1( l dellghltftully' perf'umed.
Tu'iosi CoMi,zAiNING of Sor'e Throat,
hinaiiess 01' "'takinzg cohli," should1( use
clet is extraordinary, par'tieuiar'ly
when used by singers and( speakers f'or
cleaing the voIces.
Thec Tower of Londlion.
The tower of London is locked uip every
night at eleven o'clock, antd the ofileials aire
obliged to go through an, old-t line ceremony
which somewhat resemnbles the very juv.
enlie gaimes of "Qneen Dido," "Have you
a chicken?" and "Shall JTohn marry
Sue?" As the clock strikes theo hour, the
yeoman porter, clothed in ai long redi clesk,
bearing ta huge bunch of keys and accomup
anied by a war'der carrying a lantern, stands
att the front of the main guard-house .and
calls, "E~scort keys." TheO sergeant of the
guard andI five or six men then turni out and
fol1lowv him to the outer gate, eachi'dtif"
chiallenghag as they pass with "Who goes
there?" tbe answer being "Keys." The
gates being carelully loc ed and barred,'
athe procession returns, thle sentries exikoting,
the same explaniation and receiving- the
saime answer as before. Artiving once
more at the front of the main -gnlardtoupo
the sen&y gives a loud stamp with hl foot
and asks. "Who goes thiere?" "KOys."
"Whose keys?" "Queen Victoria's keys,"
"Advance Qiteen Vctoria's keys, andall I'
wel" The ye'om1an port'er thenealled
"God bhess Qm;een Victoria."T'V)I.
the guard responds, "Amen." The
~n~ 1sc eh iito his sword, a
MR. CrAUNcEY M. DEPiw told this
story at the recent New 4iuglaud din
ner: In the Berkshlire hills there was
a funeral. The woman who mingles
curiosity .with pity was there with the
mn6urners. 't'o tI afillcted widow, In
a melancholy voice, she said, Wheui
id you getyour new eight-day'clock ?"
1 ain't got no new cight-day clock,"
responded the bereaved woman. "Why,
what Is that in the corner? . Ain't that
in eight-day clock?" persisted the cu
rious vIitor. "No; that ain't a clock,
hat's the deceased. We stood it on end
nu the corner to make room for the
THs preacher ,was talking to the
3unday school about the powor of relig
on and the devotion of the zealous to
;he cause and their attendance upon the
;ervices. Finally he asked if there was
tmything to which people would so
owice every Sunday aid -through the
veek as they did to church, when a
;muall boy with a twisted tongue on the
'ront seat spok out, "Yeth, thir, a
,hircus woald ketch 'ei every pop If
hey could git in free, like they do to
,hurch." The preacher thought It
was time to sing.
A VASSAn college girl who visited
ier parents during vaiation, and left
Ittle wads of liewiing gum sticking in
various out, f the way places about the
ibse-nd in some places not so imch
)ut of .the way-grgatly lisappoilted
ter mother by not receiving a diploma
>r a gold medal for being the best gum
iewer in the school.
ScENE: Recitation,in' U,nglish (A
tenlor is discoursing on the Dun
:iad.) "WiCl4tho third book the Dun
)lad properly ends. But Pope was in
luced to add a fourth, which, iIke every
.nnex, contributes not beauty itself,
nd impairs the strength and effect of
A MAN was Indulging in the.very in
ellectual occupation of sucking raw
ggs and reading a - no.Nvapaper.. By
ome mischance he contrived to bolt a
lve chicken. The poor bird chirruped
A it'went down his throat, whenl he
rery coolly raid: S'By the powers, my
'oung friend, you spoke too late I"
TEix most absevt-minded man- was
not the nan who hunted for his pipe
vion it was I:etween his teeth, nor, t1ie
>ne who threw his hat out or the win
Iow and tried t. hang his cigar on a
)eg; no . but the mana,who.put.his un
)rella to bed and W"ehl and gtodr belud
A SCOTOMAN, having hired himself
o afarur, hkad a cheese set down be
ore lim that, le might help im1nself.
lls master said to himi, "-Saunltori.
,ou take a long time to breakfast!"
6In troth, nialster."' aniswered lie, '"a
hoce o' this siz iW na so soon eaten
is ye may think."
TERIiiiLE vengeauce of a'iusaland.
Vie hAS gone witht a handsoiner nhu:
"Dear sir,"' he writes, "please hand
he Inclosed set of false teeth to my late
vIfe, and ask her to be ,o good as to rc
urn my father's, which, in the hurry
>f the moument, sie took by inistake.''
I NF.VER argy agin a success, says
krtemus Ward; when I see a rattle
iialx's hed sticking out of a hole, 1
wear ol' to the left and say to inlsell'
hut hole belongs to that siaix.
"WHIcHr side of the strcet do you
lyve oni, Mr's. Kipple ?"' askedi aceounsel,
aross-examniniig a witnies, "'Oh, either'
side, sir. If you go one way,4. It's on
lhe right side; if' you go th e other way,
it's on the lelt.''
IN struggling to iunke a dull boy
uiderstand wha t cotisence 18, a teach
ri lnally asked: "'What miakes you
'cel uncomfortable after you have done
vrioig ?'"-"Father's leather str'ap,"'
eclngly rep)lied the boy.
"KIND words a l) neyer die." How
Atter'ly doees a man i*ealize that terr-ibie
ruth whenc lie sees nil tho kindest
voids lhe eer saw in hi~s life glaring at
mimi from his published letters in a
>r'eachl of promise suit.
HI. M. S. PINAFoiRE. translate'l into
[iussian, will shortly be per'formned
imnutaneously in St. Petersbitrg and
kloscow. We knew tile Czar would
et find a way to drive the Niiliists
>ut of' the coutntry.
"MO-rHER-"Ihis nme is George
ithi.'" Father--"You aistrake ; it, ls
uacob.'" Son a ndl Hletr-"'MI I 'tai n't
lither i li.'s JIohn." Alother-"'So i t is !
know it was sonie lhig tint, began
"What is the d ifforenc,o bet ween the.
nasons and their ten'O i's"' asked Mr.
LPractical, '"so- lomeg as the get tile
maIne pay ?" "Tlid dl'erence lies in
he hods," replied John, th'e Britishler.
ONE man stabbed another with the
cise1sors in -Brooklyn. it Is always
lattf(erous to interruipt a person who is
WilEN we see XX or XXX 01) aliquior
yask we always tink of tile amol)Iunt of
:riss-eross walkintg condensgd Inside of
Wiuv is a glass of fresh 'lager like a
n-d dog? Because it froths at the
WuEN distance lend(s eiiechantment to
he view, does she do it at market rates ?
NEvitn keep a chalk,account with a
AIrOoETrHER too thin-The ice.
-A STEM winder-Th.iyy green.
Tom, Dick ad lIarry are now appear.
lng With thir Gi'andfather's recipes
for coughs ; eto., and seeking a fortune
through advertising, b(ut the people
know the value of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syruip'lutA wvill take no other. Price,
25 cents a bottle.
AN#SWuR TnI8.-1id y. ever know
inyvprson to be til, wit lnde~tioni of
etomach, Leror I ~or did
yoh ever.kulow one Wh6 Wa'w1 when
ejtoiwas obstruted or 'lnaotlto; and
khIuoever knw q2 r ao ,ay. oase
of ;~$~ op JI ieM oud not
Orti hiDVb 0 .
~ P 'r I
Therapeutiio Use of Linseed.-.-Dr. Sher
well's paper on the use of linsQed and
its oil as therapeutic agents in diseases' I
of the skin, recentry published, has I
received considerable attention from I
the medical press. It appears that he g
was in the habit of employing it in a I
threefold ad ministration, and t13se izay
be here briefly cited. First., if the
patlent were a male and hjtd sound ,
teeth, the'seed itself was the best form
in which to take it,-the nan would
carry about ten ounces of this in his e
pockets, and would probably consumo
ia tea-cup full in Ihe course of a day 1
the ordinary domestic linseed is small e
and.dark in color, and contains only I
about 20 per cent of oil, while that fron
Bombay or Calcutta-the kind to bo
used-is larger. lighter in color, anld
containsahout 30 per cent ofoll. S cond,
in the case of women or childri, h6
grouid seed,.mixed with milk lin the
orn ofi a porridge, Is more desirable, I
%nd notunpalatable. Third,in-certativ i
cases it could be given In the forni bf.
bread, the bread to be made by mixing
linseed meal with flour in any pro,or
Lion desired,-tlis method, however.
being hardly so eflielnt as the others. i
Total Solar Eclipse on the Pocifi.-At I
a recent meeting of' the San Fran- lseo
Academy of Sciences. Mr. Brooks
mi'dled attention to eclipse of the v
sin on January 11, next year. The a
eclipse will be invisible east of a line l
Irawn through ft. Joseph, Mo., and
Baton Rouge, La, and visible to the
wvesterit quarter of North America, the
Pavillo Ocean and extreme northern
3dge of Australia-being central and
tetal alonig'a liine distant twety niles
ioutl of and parn'lel to a line drawn
Lirough Mlonterey. Cal., Mariposa and
salt Lake City. Elsewhere it will be
pjrtlial. Ti cclipse will begin as fol
lows: Denver, Col., 4h. 1n. p. in.,
Sante Fe, Now Mlexico, 4h1. 1i. p. in.;
4ait, Lake City, Utah 31%. 24m. p. In.;
Victoria, V. C. I., 2h. 25m. ). in
Portland, Oregon, 2h. 20m. ). in., Sazin
F"rancisco. 2h. 35m.p. in.; Monterey, I
al., 2h. 3Sm. p. mu.; Sacramento City.
lh. 39mi. p. in.; Stockton, 2h.40i.p. in.; t
Hliriposa, 2h. 47m. p. in.; Diego,3ti. C
>M. p. m.; Virginia City, Ney., 2h.
18m. p. In. ; the smi settinx more or less
.i1lipsed. At Victoria, Australia, the
iun wilt rise on thie morning of Jan
sary 12 slightly eclipsed, the eclipse
.ontinuing for lifteen minutes.
Coloring Brass-ln coloring and ao
juering brass work, says Thie Engineer,
)rowns of all shades are obtained by
mmer.slon in a solution of nitrate or
io perchlioride of iron, the strength of
ie soltition letermining the depth of I
he color. Violets are produced by dIp
,ing in a solution of clilorido of anti
nony. Ohocolato is obtained by burn
mig on. the surface of the brass molsi J
red oxide of iron, and pol shed with a
very small quatity of black lead.
Dfive-green results from making the
iterface black by means of a solution of
iron and arsenic in muriatic acid, pol
Ished with a black lead bl-usli, nd coat
ng it, when warm, with a lacquer
3omposed of one part of lac-varnisli,
our of tunierle, and one of gaiboge. I
The work of preparing the line of the 1
Union Pacifle railroad b:tween Omaha
tnd North Platte, two hundred and
1Inety-one miles, for tree culture, has
progressed so far as the plowing up
' plats of from two hundred to five
iundred feet of land, whiuh are to be
renced in next spring and sown to blue
prass and clover, and planted with trees.
he agent of the road has now gone to
Dolorado, where lie will select and
;et apart a location for digging tle
beautiful mountain evergreens next
Tpring. They wi1ll be taken up in May.
t'ihese evergreens, including Scotch T
p1in0 and larch, and also fruit trees. i
Vl'h plan also embraces setting out1
~hrubbery, like lics and snow biflls.
It has been thought t,hat forks were u
used by mankiind in eating food at a .
very rccent period in history. Buat the
irt of eating with a fork is proved to be
revival of a very anceent one. TheIi
rork is.by no moeas ani Invention of
lodernl times. Lately, in the debris
f the iake-d wellings, forks evidently
:hesigned for table use have becen dis
3overed. They were made of bone.
I'hci spoon1 is a still more ancient lnstru
W E H AVE known persons to doeto:
for years for Consumption, 'all to no
effect. 'l'hough they had a cough; felt
pains in the Lungs, were depressed,
weak andi many other symptoms tend
ing to that disease, yet there was no
struetural unsoundness of the Lungs,
all these symptoms being caused by thes
Liver being sluggish, and the stomach
weak. In all such cases the diseased
conditions yield readily to Simmons'
Liver Regulator, and the patIent is in
variably brought back to health.
"I have been down ten years with
Liver DIsease. I have had a severe
pain in my left side for three years,
with dry cough ; this last Fall the cough'
becamie severe, and I coughed up half
a galloni a clay. The best doctors in
Atlanta and my settlement said it was
the last stage of Consumption. I was
weakened clown so by New Years day
that [ had to take my bed. I sent and
got your medicine, (Simmons' Liver
Regulator), and have taken it regularly.
S[y cough is nearly gone;i I am able to
sit up 1baif the clSy.
3Dn, N.P. East Point, Ga."
Prca Shade, M.ikilesex Co., Va.
Havinjg uised Dr. Bull's B1by Syrup
in my fatnily with the greatest degree
of sat.isfactioni, I unhesitatingly reebm
mend it as theu best remedy tha.,t I know
of for children. TIuIomas Y. Lkvsoq
VEGEcTINa has never failed to effect,
a cure, giving tone andi strength to* the
system debilitated by disease. .
TnE price of soap is rapidl~ d
vancing. A year's supply of )~on
Bnms' 7ELECTR'IC bought now4 ai
old price will be a very judicious pur
- The Laales' Favor'lte.
Anmotng the mnany thoohsands ot lde.
who have used Dr. Plerce'g PavIte
Prescription and pronounced it tor
favorite retmedy, because so eilleil tI
the diseases andI weaknesses pecu i o't
women, are many who are wel IRr
favorably k hown in the world efbt
ters, as well as-artists, mnusieians~tu
a whole host of names from the ~rl
liant ranil(s of iwealth and fashki j, 'It
is fiie-emiinently the ladies Favorite
Prescriptlon, its us'e, while bei ig fa
.more. sa fe 'and elhlient, exens pti~
them from then~ aUttdl, caustic pia
tlons, anid the wearing of' tbo ile
chanfeal confrivances wnads like ?t
-Pindar's raitor$ellIer's razora--to eet
ha ,testored pne' prj :ot lje 10h.
DPattsir ,.lo N.
i i~ld fornWt a~Ja
FATUft 1s GETTING W4LL.--[y
laughters say, "How much botter
ather is since he used Hop Bitters."
1e is getting,well after his long suffer.
Dg froni a oisease declared ifcurable,
nd we are so glad that he used your
litters.-A lady of Rochester, No Y.
A MODEIL JERsY Cow.-A model
ersey cow is owned at Soittiate, Mass.
1he is of pure breed, and now 8 years
'1d. In a single year her milk yielded
05 pounds of butter-an average of
early two pounds per day for the
diole year. Tho greatest yield in one
ay was three pounds six ounces, and
a one week (In May) twenty-two
ounds thirteen ounces.
Farming for Pronit.
A new and comprehensive agricnltural book
fith the above title has just been published
y J. 0. McCurdy & Co., of Philadoliphia, P..
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For l1 Laiules
WHO ARE SUFFERERS.
. ININNATI, Ohio, Mairch 28, 187.
III If. U. BTRVNH:
Do rs.r.-1 have takonseveral bo tiesof yot
legotine for Female Weakness and li justceo
o tuo m.(itoino. aid to niI kiles who are sur
orers from sucil compIlait4, I will reouinen(i
ho V gino0. I m1us. say it hai 11C0.1 in very
N1ch, indeed, it is nv11luable f)r such Cjain
a-nts. MARtY i'. MIUtND1I 1.,
100 Ictistorn Av.-nue.
PRnALR WRAINS.-Vegetiie acts diretly
P in t,he ciuties or lhee compI .IIts. It Invig.
rato i and 4trengthons the wlIle svsten, acts
pol the sccrotivo organ4, niys Inflatnunation,
leauso,s and on os uleeration. cures consti la.
I m. r.'gmat,-s Uhe bwels; lheadaho and pa ns
11 tie back censo; in fact.. lhere is io diseae or
'-Pplitari wiolre Vie ve 4etine gives at) qilick
eILe,o and is So elTeclIvo in it, cure, ias in witat,
i termed Feamlo Weakness. it has ivor
Xllod In one instance.
It is What is Neeqed,
I.S MaNEs, Iowa, Sept. 0, ISTS.
L.XB STENS. 11 1-4,1111:
Dear sir- r or a song timo Il ive.been troutil d
itt Fomale w .itkoess ati a % Otk. sink ng
3elitng at he stomach, and th-ougu the advice
ta fl Oud. I tiod our Vegetlne, and lin j it
1is1 what Is needed. I can recomunend it to al
ulorlla i 'rom thloso comp aints.
Iours. resl)o :f uly.
Mae. ANNAlLLA IIARWOOD,
812 Fourth Streot,
Iorofula, liver ComplaIt, Dyspepsia
[.11. STRVENs, B)ston:
I have been practising medicino for 95 year.,
,Id as a romedy lor Scrotti.a. Liver Comlplaint,
lyipepsia, ithoumat m, Weaknesj, awl 0il dis.
a's or rie tilood I h ve neve.- rou-id Its equal
have sold Veg .tino for 7 years, and hiave never
ad one bjtt.0 roturn d I would he-irtily re.
omnend it to th -so in need of a blood purifier.
Dr. W. 1ROSS, Driaggh,t,
SOPt. 18, 1ST9. Wdlon Iowa.
E R. STEVENS, Boston, nass,
7egotine is Sold by All Druggists
i the Old 1Illable Concenti ated Lye for FA MIIGY
iti wnan gaid Sd lai Tol7t Sop quIckly,
ASK~ FPOR SAPONIF123R,
AND TAKE NO oT HEll.
'ENN'A SALT 31ALNUF'ei 0O.. PHIIL AD'A
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r.r*,or Tonnth an Arc '1Ba Ih1laJda. .Pa
40ENTS WANTED to Sell the NEW BOK
FARM MING FOR PROFIT
haitivate alu thFar (iroi the Beat Manner1
nred ne SaCreorlfoo ra FruIt; Manage
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40 l1lnt.rtlgic a'ii for ciretala r olags
r. . AeCVUMDV * 0., hladeclpha Pa.
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*Dr. Pierce's Golen MedIcal DIscovery cui
omimon Blotch, PAsu ile, or Eraspti, Ery
Ilough Skin, In shor, h all dsOnses caused b
iurlfvlig, andl Invigorntlng meedicine.
I~pclily lhas It manifested Its potency IT
iles, soei Eyes, Scrofualons Sores and Swi
feck, andl Enlarged Elnads.
If yeu feel dull, droivsy, debilItated, h ave
in face or body, frequent liendlache or.dizzint
dilernated wIth hot flushes, Irregular appetil
Forpiad Liver, or "lhllousn,ess." .As a ro
led ical Discover~y has lie equail, as It effects
In thec cure of lBronchitI a, Severe C~ous
umuption, It has astonished the medIcal. fnad
rrentest medIcal niscovery of the ago. Sold 1i
Nouse of ta
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\QT CG Sseeds
T~Ihe "Litte iSit'Oas 0, Seaonaehe ha
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AREU THE ll
- PE rlELPuI&.A 3b
es all lHuna an iomh' worst Bocroflnlato a
y bd i,l at 07 unitoo ebay thi powerful
curing' Tetter, Rose RUshd, llells, C'arbune
llings, White Swellings. soir or. Thiela
sallow color of skin, or 'volloiIsh-brtown spot.
as, bqid taste in month, Internal hoat or chillis
o, anlitongulo coated, yot tiro esufforinig fronm
m or ill ndic cags IDr. k'iorco's GJohion
ha, Weakc Luengs, and early singes of C'du
lty, aneli eminent physicIans pronounce it the
dingthe large, repiulsivo, nausons pills. Those
Pil)Aoscarely larger than nausiursj
reyvgtal,to particular care is required
to. hy prate withotut ditrac o the
or occupation, For Jaunduice, headaIche,
,Impgure Illoodl, Pain in the.Shouders,
I aste in aout, ilioun attack IauIaE in
idnseys, Enternl Fever Blontedi feeling
Newspapera navned in the Direm'
ir ONE YEAR, in theo best
Tef;lly w4etahed, at the
ICS, on application to
theIr offioes In
>r insertion in a OIOCE ME L E
>r the BE5~T eowsipapora in.
Orn y. 0) Segtion,
Ilobs,a 1'' WReasonaije RaIeg.
il V 1",
HEALTH IS WEALTH.
Health of Body is wokith of Mille
Rawafs Sarsapafin R1ylt
Pure blood makes sound nesh, strog bone an
a clear skin. If you would have your flesh Arm,
your bones sound without caries, and yourcorn
on fair, use 16dway' Narmaparilliay
A GRATEFUL RECOGNITION
" To oure a 01ON10 or ioxG STANDING DI11AN
is truly a victory in the healing ert; that reason
Ing power that clearly discerns DIFECT aud s
pl(s a remedy t hat restores step by fiAp-by
degrees-the body which has been 919wlyat
tacked and weakened by tin insidious disase,
not oW- commands our respect but deserves
our gratilude. Dr. Rarlway asturnished-man.
ktnd wish that wond'ertul remedy, Radway"s
Masroaparillian Rsolivenit, which accom
plishos th.i result, and suitering humanit.v,
who drag out an existence of pain and disease,
throu,gh long days and long nights, owe hiw
their gratltude.--MuI Mesngen
FALSE AND TRUE.
We extract from Dr. Radwaf's "Treattse of
dlbease and Its Ours," as follows:
List of Di8ses Oured by
Radway's Sarsaparillia Resolvent.
Chronto Skin Diseases, Carles of the Bone
Humors in the Hlood 8crofulous Dise -see. B
or unnatural Hat1 of Body, Syphilis and Ven
real, Fever Sores, 0hronic or Old Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Rickets, White Swelling, Scale Hood,
Uterine Arfeettons, Cankers, Glanvular Swell
ings, Nodes, Wast.ing and Dieciy of the Body.
Pimples i1nd 1116toeis Tumor, D.uoisla, Kid.
noy ad Bladder Diseaso, Chronto Ih utnatism
and (lout. Vonsumption, Qr.vol and Ualculous
Deposits, sal varieties of i he abovp complainta
to which sometimes tire given Spe(3otis u1mes.
Wo assort that there is no known remedy that
possesses the curative power over these dis
eases th et HIADwAY'S IRRSsVENT furnishea. It
cures, step by step. surely, from the founda
tion, and r'stores the injured parts to their
sound condition. Tbti wnigo of the body
are stolilbed and bealtisy blood ke supe
pdled to the oyietenm, from which new ma
turial t. formied. Ti11is is the 11.ast co rective
p wer of HADWAY's lRsoLvENT. In.oases where
he system has been ialivated and Mercury,
Quicksilver, Corrosive Sublimate have accumu
lated and become deposit ed in the bones, joint
etc.. causing caries of the belies, ricke t s, slnal
%lurvatures, contortions, white mweihul4, varl
poso veins. etc.. the SARSAPARIL.LAN will resolve
away those deposits an I exterminate the virus
of Ihe disease from the syst en.
If those who are taktng those medicines for
tie cure of Chronic. Scr, ftilous or syphilitic dis.
eqses, however slow inty b- the ouro 1opl bet
ter," and find their general health improvin
their flesh and weight, incresing, or even kee.
Ing its own, is a sure sign th it, the cure is pro
gressing. In these di-:eases the patient either
rots better or worse--t,he virus o? the diseas
1 not inactiv,-; if not arrested and drlvfn ir,,%
the blood it will spread and cintinue to untd
mine the constitution. As soon as the SAR&
PAR.LLIAN make- the pal lent feiel be' ter," every
hour you will grow better and increase In health,
strength and flesh.
The removal of these tumors by RAPwAy's
Rtsoimuirr is now so certainly eitablished that
what wis once co isiderod alioe t miracuious a
now a co nnnon recogniz -d f et by all parties.
Witne a the cases of Hannah P. Ka 'pp, Mrs. 0.
Krapt. hiri. J. H1. Jolly and Mrs. P.-D. Hendrix
pub.Isho ibn our Alm.inao for 1879; also that of
re. !. 8. Bibbins. ,n the present edition of our
"False and True."
One Dollar per Bottle.
Only requires minutes. not hours, to relieve
pain.and cure acute lisease.
Radway's Ready Relief,
in from one to twenty minutei, never fails to
relieve PAIN with #-no thormigh applic tion.
No mat,rsr how viol'nt, or ex.crucint'tg the ail
'he R HlEUM ViTId, lied-rliden, Inirm, (Jrippled,
'Nervous, Nouraile, or p os r -t;d with disease
may suffer, RAJ WAY's RHADY IEIEF wIl
gtlrd Instant ease.
Intlnainmation of the KIdneys, Inflamma
tion of the 11taditer, Iamtaienationl of the
Bwels, Oogeptlod of the Lungs, Sore
Throat, iilault 11reattig, isatplaation of
the Ifeart, flystertes, Croup, Diplitherla,
Catarrh, Influenz.t, lietdleli, T,,otliache,
Neuralgia, Itheiumatlsin, Cold Chills,
Aguxe OJhils, Oilblais, Frost Bites,
iBruimos. Ssuanmuer OCenplintte, ioughls,
Osalul, sprlans. Pauna in t e Cheat, Back or
Liabs, are instantly relieved.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Fever and Ague cured for Fift.y Cents. There
is not a remedial agent in she world that will
"are Fever and Aje and all'othor hialhrious,
lieus, 8carier, 'tpoid, Yellow and .cther
fevers (ald.'d by RIADwvAT'S PILLs) so quick as
RADwAY'S RADY RELl.F.
Is. will In a ow moinents, when taken accord
ing to directions, oauro Ci'amps, Bpsms, Sour
Stomach, Heartburn, sick Headache. Dlarrhw
Dysentory Colic, Wind ina th.e Bowels, and i
Travelters should always carry a bottlQ f R AP
WAY a READY RItiEP,Bi with them. A few drops
in water will prvent sicknsess or pains from
change of water, It, is bet.i,. tan French
branidy or bitters as a s'tmukiML
Minuers nineS I,'usnborsnon should always
be provided with it.
All remedi atgents capable of destroyn life
by an over.lo e should bie avoided. Morpine
opium, st,rychnine.. arnica, hyosciamus, and
ot,her powerful remaedles, does at certain times.
in s.ory small dosos, relieve the pautient during
t,heir act,ion in Ills syvtem, But perhaps the
secpnd dosc, lf-ro eated, may aij ravate and In
cre ass the suaffer .g, and an. er gose casn e
death. There is no necessil,v for using -thea
unacertain agents when a positive remed like
RADwAY's bRADY fis.evPwiil stop the me st gx,
cruiat,ing pain qulcket, wit,hout entailing the~
least dimeuty In eithaer infant or adult,
THE TRUE REN.IEP.
RADwAY'S READY biEFta is the onl remedial
agent in vogute that will instantly stop pain.
Fifty Cents per Bottle.
Perfect Pa rgatives, S0oth lug A pen.
onts, Aci Wittaout Pastn, Always Iteila
baoesaud Natnral in their Opseration,.
A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOlt CALOMEL,
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with
seetr num purge, regu.ate, purify, cleanse
RA DwAY a PILS, for the cure of all disorders
of the S omach, l.iver, isowels Kid ~eeB,ad
der, Nervous D,sOtases, Hecada ho, C nati atlon,
Costiveness, Indigest,ion, ysesia, Blious.
nras, Fever, Inflammation of sh w3 els Piles,
and :.1l derangements of the lIntena' Vseera',
Warranted to effect a perfect cure. Purely ve
ebie, containing no mercury, minerals or de
LW' Observe the followin' sympt a result.
lan from Diseases of the Digestive Ora Con.
elit tion, Inward Piles, Fulness 01 th Bood
in the Head Acidity of the 8tomadh, Nausea,
lleartburn, iguest f Food, Fullness or Weight
in the Stomach,. Sour Eruota ions, Sinking or
Flutter lag at the Heart, Choking or Buflferini
8 masations when in a lin poture, Dimneoss o
Vision, Dots or Webs bfre t,ue'Bitht, Fever
and Dull Pain in the Head, Deileoo oDf Per
spra'ion, Yellowness of the Skin and Eye. Pain
in the side, CheSt, Limbs and 8ude Flushes
Of Heat, Bulrnin in the Flesh.
A few doses oRADWAY's PLEs Wil free the
system froma all the above-naei. disorders.
Price, 58 Cents per flom..
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