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Interstate Commerce. - Defeat of the Iea
gan Bill.-The Substitute Proposed.
The Committee on Commerce of the
House ot Representatives at Washington,
decided on February 13th, by a vote of
nine to six, to report a substitute for the
Reagan Bill. That objectionable measuir
is practically defeated by this action. The
new bill proposes to make the saie laws
which are applie-ble to railroads engaged
in transporting freight between diiterent
States also apply to the operations ot
steamboats, lake vessels and other water
crafts. It provides for the appointment of
a Board of Commissioners who are to have
supervision of the entire stlqct of the
transportation of freight front one State or
Territory into or through other States and
Territorles, and to examine into any com
plaints that may be made by the public of
unfair action on the part of connon ear.
riers of any class that are engaged in this
Important business. Unjist discrimination
is forbidden imder severe penalties, and in
case any of the tranporters or transporta -
tion companies fail to redress any substan
tial grievances brought to the attention of
the cowmissioners, proceedings atre author
ized i the United States courts. If the
proposed new law is found to be not fully
effective in furnishing remedies for any of
the real evils that have grown up ini con
nection with the management' of transpor
tation between different States it is made
the duty of the Uonim'ssioners to suggest
additional legislation, and to obtain and
furnish to Congress all mformation relating
to the operations of railroads that is likely
to prove useful and important in this con
nection. 'This bill provides much more
appropriate and just methods for accom
plishing such reforms as may he neded
than the van."al bill and withl somic aienid
ients may be acceptable to the trans
portation interest of the country : or at
any rate, wIll serve as a basis for action,
should the plan suggested last winter be
a<topted biy Coingress, and definite legisla
tionl be deferlredl until it Comisimsionl of ex
perts shall be able to thoroughly invest iga.e
this complex su'jeet and report their ia
ture judgment upon the matters at. isste.
Thorc is 110 (puestionl that a more intelb,
gent concluslon could be reached in tinis
wily, and one that would be 11101 valiable
to all the interests involved. On general
principles tentative legislation is hardly to
be recommeided where it involves the
tralle of forty millions of people and
Capital aggfeguiting forty-live h1mdred mil
lions of dollars.
Electricity rs a .Moire 11wfer.-The.
impulse given dilIng the past few
years to the study of electricity hais al
ready borne valuable fruit in' varieuis
appl icaions of tle electlri current.
One Ot' these Is the use of electriciy
as a Motive power'. A successful ix
am11ple of the conversion of water Into
electriolty, and the use of this current
to drive machinery, Is to be fountld at, a
large chemical works at t Greenock,
Scotland. Tle Water is 1 bInh, L froi a
waterfall to ia t,urbinie, wiheich pitts in
motion, by means ofi a belt, a Siinein8'
dynamo-electric machine. Thtt e1ur
rent thus generated is conveyed to
another mnlhine 150 yartlds distant,
which drives a large lathe, a boring
machine, and a elrcular saw. An in
teresting lecture by Dr. Werner
Slemens, of Berlin, on "Elt-otrieity in
ServIce of Life," hais been recently re
ported In the Dentscho md. Zcitut( with
regard to electric transmissioii o force.
He speaks of' two recemit exilimples of it
in Berlin, the working of severiloo'
with a dynanolctrin.-weem ee' coun
the dr,,y8t iXiing the Vague Special- .'l
,:ationl 6"soml". it Ib"' ''' 111a1.01h1, and)
. o__a siill locoiotivo In t.he
ed fline waty. Mutch less decveloiped thtus
tar (h'e points out) is the use of' strong I
electric currents for chemlitalindt
metallurgial purposP0es. Such use hatsi
been limited mearly to galvanie clean- I
lng of' coppier', anid separatlin of this
frolm gold anid silver. liut he look a for
ward to electricity being of' great, ser
vice In this dilrecttin. "VTe large and
very pr1omnl g doitaint of' the electro
lysis of' fusible conductors is still, techi
- niclly ciit unbnilt upon, and neither
yet sufliently appr)3e2Ointetd the anialytie
*.and synthet,ic force of' t,be current.'
.It is possible, too (lie thinks), that the
sciencee of t,he Ituture will learn to pro
duce miore conivenienit futel thani hy3dro
gen by expenditure of' work with id
of' the electric oilrrent; and the litrther
atep fromn the product,iotn of' fuel to tthat,
of food stufl's is not ineconetelvabile. T1hie
energy of the solar rays, emlbodiedI ini
wind and watterfatls, may13 by-and-by,
through the electr'ic current, furn ish
8 1 necessary fuel, and enable us to
dispenise with coal.
Ortude Borzax.-Somne live or' six years
ago a young mit wasi1 traveilig the
tounta.ins, canlonis and1( valleys of 1
mtoralda county, Nev., p)rospiectinig lotr
gold andi silver. As lie looked downi
onl the valley of Tfeel's Marsh lhe saw
a vast bed of whIte sand or sOiethingi
like it, and wias tempted to dheceind andt
exaiino it. lie101ound the place t,o be
the bed of a dry lagoon, live miiles ini
lengih, and1( about hal f as wide ; and
whait lhe hadt taiken for sad provedfJt to
be a soft clay-like deplosit, In which
lie sanik ankle deep its lhe canutously
walked over it. Filling his pockets
wvitht the cuirious stuiff, he mounted lisa
horse again, andI rode to his hoine in
Columbuts. There an itssayer' pront..un
,edi the conltenlts of' his piockets thme
liniest samlesQ tof crtile b)orax hie had
over seen. Th'le astoished pros1ector
one of' the large family of bimits-iost
no0 time in itmak ing lormail claim to his
1ind ; and that obta nedl, heo and hiis
brother wentt to work with tanks, boil
ers, erystaliZers and all necesatry appil i
aneestt, and( atre it,. the pJresent, writinig,
as the nmasters ofa xi inmitense establish
ment, driv'ing a very profItable trade,
one likely to be as p)ermianlent as piossi
ble, since the deposit. of boriix ini T1eel's
Marsh rep)rodulces itself every two or
Altium Tlelegjraph ire's .-Ge rmana
telegraphic enghteer's havec lately been
experimuenting withalmnm sa
>material for Zelegraph . wires. This
metal eani easily be drawn out to a very
much finer gauge tIhan is p)ossible with
* ron,*and .Its couctibility Is twice as
great as that of iron wire. .Its exces
sivo 04ose hA~Iltert pr'evenlted its lise.
for.tt e ' urbos6 inticated, b tt Ils found
estl be mnode, wvhicli wvil[fproduce a
'thooth liner and str'onger, aind less
s' uie tl)bletd-ftlrolpher'lo ohafiges than
C ro w g'o, lIe it Is much superior as
- A 9I8e Reofornt,.
The habit of administering quinine in pow
erfut dose', as an antidote to miaterial miaha
dies, was once dlaig'eroutsly common HappIly
~s r~pqe;bse undergono a -w do roform.
( LOt otlyz~ ublio, but.ptofession'al pen have
~ apte .' h "wolly, of eonre,'bq largely,
Itoutetter's St,omach Bitters as a safe botan e
snbstitute for ~thd -pernicious alkaloid. The
connoot fthischange. ronhoet impor
ty'"' 40ff i dgt t rr are cured
.' ytheir c~atila1( weo.ouly for the
-- 43 r halt .ndaie remedy
* -',alting. to. pro Juoe any appreciable
t.tedsawere inogeage-I. A
afteks and revents their>
- hoe~I 4jioBU ateciapg
bult positive and eatisfac
whoace it, proceeds are
FARM AND GARDEN.
CoN roR IIOnslEs.-Is It or Is It not,
econoimy to feed horses corn in the
ear? We have practiced it for a num
ber of years, believing that the
portion that was not masticated, and
so passed out of the horse without,
being digested, was not equal to the
miller's toll. The toll is every tenth,
and this with the waste and tine spent
it going to the mill will make it fully
e(tal to every eighth. Another thing
firiners (to not think enough about,
Styppose every tenth Is not masticated
and assimilated by the horse, it Is kept
oi the farm, whereas, if it is left at the
mil1 the fai In Is so iiuch depleted of
plant-food. We throw the whole ears
ito the manger, and let the work
horses bite the kernels off as they like.
As soon as horses get used to eating
corn there is no danger of its produclng
aniy colic or other derangement of the
bowels, but care must be taken not to
begin too strong at first. Three or four
ears of lint corn are all a horse should
have to begin a diet of this food. The
Southern and Western corn Is lighter,
and Is not so apt to prodtice colic In
the South, corn Is almost always fed in
the car, an(I so it is ill the West, wheil
fhd at all. Corn is exvielleat food for
horses to work on, but not so good for
fast driving. They are more tuilet and
tractable on corn than with any other
grain, and vill do inore hard pulling
and drudgery with less loss in cond i
Lion, Oats makes jt horse sprightly
and active, and henco should be fed
sparingly to a colt. Oats have helped
to make a great many balky, spavined
and runaway horses. Corn iakes them
(duilt and slow, but strong. Co0rn1 is the
best for colts while being broken. It
may be made lighter and not so heating
by having wheat, bran mixed with it.
SAViNO BY IIANDFULS.-One handful
of[ hay Is not much, nor for the matter
of that are twenty liandfuls; the saving
of so much would neither make nor
break a man. But wit,h twenty head
of cattle to feed twice or thrice a (lay
the saving of a handful apliece, every
tic, would amount to something be
fore the pastures are greei again upon
oulr frost bitten hills. Do yo ever
think of' it? We are not biluting at,
stilting tle eattie. But how many of*
its allow a1imals to waste a hipidfid
each at every feed, for waitt ofi a little
attention to feeding arrangemeils?
llov inany head of stock on otor north
ern fatis require a hatiiftul more of
hay It eve'y MCeed to keep up the ali
111al heat, than they would uI-Ili i'o 1f
t heir stables had all the cracks st, vpel,I
aind let i ihe cold winds of wvilter? A
Iiat1lih i 01 kil.alture iS hIlL ait r-111o; y-et
the adldition of, a single hand il in a
hill of con) 121 I Inake the di(f1'0erice
betweet long, fuill ears and stinteil
litibbilus, wIen the haryest cenm1es.
llow umany laidils of tirt i'e are
going to watle every (lily about outr
yarkds 11111 buildings? Could you not ,
save half a bushel a day, by beilg care
Fill ? And the iquid mantre-is ilicre
not enough lost every day to make a
good many long airs where we shall
probably find ojily nubbins next 17a-l0?
flaidhils of' liay, hIIaIdIIfulIs of mn4ur111-e !
-these are suall mattels, say you?
Yet on Ist such small matters dep'n1d
Imany a man's success or fallure ii life.
Here Is onle man that teids to it care
fully, aid at the d11( of twenity or.
th1irt,y years he has a eompetepnev Aot
tive i mouiliiisly vote down' the I
Salge " anlote?"neglebts't Ieln as be- I lc
eath his notlee, and Is always blehinl hi
aind ; he lives and dies Shorit in pocket.1
id shor't ini cotu oirt. We do not Il
rieachi nlggaridl iness; It is by saving d
vihen wO may13 t hat. we' preCpare' ouriselves' ti
o be liberal whenci we w,ill save the t
WINTrin Woon.-O aeof' the miost Ini
>er'ative dumtIes th liened of' tIhe famIiy3 Id
n the coun11try is callejd upon01 to performn .
'ithie secur'ig of ani alil)Smpl uply of i1
'uiel fotr his famtiliy. (let up1 (enou1gh to t 0
ast the' entire wi'nter', sawv cir cut It iiiy I
nt(o cnveientL ienigths fori the stove or 't
1I'r'place, and stack it awity ini the( wood- t:
hied. which shlould be easily accessible r'
rzom tile house anl ittehen, so that, o
h le rin i21t andlow for' it, fateor on ini t he c
(0easoni. it is it iltuierable buiessI( all
r tound whlen niecessity' com11pels the head111
Lit the hlousehoi(ld to go to the weolla In e
whinter i t,ror fourii i times a w~eek fori'
wod,wih lli hauted home1011. anid a
thrmowni oni the ground to be cut, ias 0e
c'asion risquires, lii in, sno0w and (
slush, and j)actkedI in the altt,ing-r'oomi
tiaml kiteben in a wet and filthy condi
t ion. A theyj's work will prtovitle a good
woodhiouse, w it hi boa r'd roo' anid -shel
tered on three sides; twoe weeks' work
put in enough woodi and1 kindling to(,
last ',hrough t he hardest of' tile wintur,
anid whlen t his is (1011 ai vastt (1ea1 0of
comiifort is prov iided. iv n i wleh the w,'hole
ho usehiold ar a'.s. The man whoi ne-1
ghects to geOt ll) at good siore of1 winter
wvood ini time, w~ihh plenty of' chips) and1(
kinidlig trowni in antd placed In at driy
w~oodlhouse near11 thle kitahlen, dieserives
niothintg betteir thianl sour1 looks i'rom his
bet ter1'n haf', lilf -done ( bisriu its and1( colti
coffee unitil hie repenl1t.s of' his ei'i'r and
amnds his ways3'.
1ize fetathier's of du tcks, ('hiickenis, and
inuikeys , goeerally3 thIiown a isde as i'e
t uie, trim t he iplum es iio t)111he sit mp,
iniolose theta in a tight. bag, rub the
w hole as If' wash ig othens, and 3 yon
will s. e11re a per'ifectly'lii uiform and
tight dlown, oxcellenit ior qulitlig cov
tir'et.s, anid not a few othle r purose.
K.u.ReCisE 1 onl IionsEs.-Wor'k horses
:hid those kept fort drtivintg 111ii o.se
oftenu rec'teive permnie'nlt Iinjurty at thiIs
'.eason1 of thle yeart, by beltug shult upi aind
lepr'ivetd oexer'cise. Lunrg, bowel and1(
l'oot diseiases are f'requenit penalilies of
neglect of' regular exercIse whent niot in
Aloi'ITrn Sn1tPTO'N's piOp)heCty Is s111)'
iposed to be abiout f'our hundrhiedl year8
old, and every p)rophlecy has been full
ihled exceplt the last-the end of the
world in 1881. Iluy your Carbolinde, a
deodotrized extract of petroleu m, the
great niatur'aI hair restoi'er', before the
world conmes to an enda.
A STrATisTicAN (batcheior o1 course,)
insists that courtships average three
toins of coals each, andio we would add,
scores of bad coughs and colds; bt
then every prud(et gallant is Pr.ovided
with a bottle of D)r. iltll's Cough
Sy rup. Price, 25 ents.
A Ll D)isEAss oF Tr tE lhLooD.--if Vce.
etinie will relieve pain11, cleanse, pi'fy,
and cure such dIseases, restoring .the
patienlt to perfect health after tryhtig
dliff'roent phaysieianis, many remedies,
sullerlng for years, is It not concltuslve
proof, ir' you are a sufferer, yoti cani be
cured ? Why Is thihs medine perform
ing suoh great mires? It works in the
blood, In the circulhating fluid.' It qaj,
trully he called tile G reat h3lood Purifler.
'.I'he great source -of dIsease 6 riklbiates
bublhic attention. -iyj Tl
SUADED EXMOIINCt.-Shaded em
broidery is the tiost elega iii, Ihe IiosIt
luuitative, and the most u1nlm1ted iII Its
en pabilities-aptly portrayingaitd rival
ing th43 produotliois of the pulliter,
whether for historical subjects, Ilad
scapes, port ralts, flowers, or arabesqie.
It may also be termed the enslest, al
thlgolg the leat 11m1echnIal, being less
subject to rule thaII a1y other, as the
most beautiful ofects are often produe
ed, Where there appears to have, beenl at
total Indifference, or Ignorance of any
attempt at, a regu [ar embroldery sti tl.
The fraine being properly dressed with
the niaterial, uponl which the pattern
ha3 been previously traced and shaded,
the position of the flowers, or whatever
the subject may be. should be attentive
ly observed, and a determinatioti inle
of the surfaces oi which the lights
woIld naturally fall. 'T'his 18 moi e e-seUn
dal before eonnenming tle vork, If
the Intention be to embroider as taste
may direct, ald without copying with
a colored engraving. The right hand
should always be above the frame, the
lift beneath; and the rule, If any
exists, other than what conlvenlience
dictates, Is always to draw tie needle
upward froin the right, and finish the
stitch by putting It down to the left.. It
Is better to commence wilh tie smaller
parts; such, for In1stanco as the stoils,
buds, and leaves, in a gi-roup. of flowers
and the first care and attentioi
should be bestowed on the obtaining
idI1 preservilig a clear oitlite. 'ThIS.
01 course, IS essential both to the0 per
feCetion of the design and Lo the exeeu
tion of the work..
A Pa:TY Pultsi..-Now that gold
and silver coinl aIre so freely used, te
old-fiitioned purses are In d tilti
aaitin, ad arc coshle red very elegait
gi1s. 'IThe following lis easily mIIad( at.n
is very pret t.y : Three butches ol gold
beads atd two ktiots ot' pure twist, are
required. NMake a chain of sik'ty-eight,
sii,lehes, aving previollsly 1trnlig thm
beads. 1irst, row. A trI..])c crociet,
iito every loop, atl take Iy tle beadts
thus: Pit the silk ovor Iho hook anld
Iush ip a h)iead; It'.1ish tie stitch ill
tile usual Way. YOu Iave thu Its used
two beads to yotr treble. Secomti row.
One Lrvble, on elain ; every row is
alike, but in comning back wvork into
eacl hole. 11'c prefelrr-d i.so only one
bead ; that is, put the silk over tle
needle, draw through the lower loop
Iten through two loops; now I)VUslh u1p
tLie bead n(d dItaw the silk tilrough Ole
lIst. Pilt gold rinil-s ItIl gold tassels,
or in1ste1ad of th1e latter II h)1101 of gol
heads. This tkes a lonig pIIse. Greenl
silk and gold or Steel beatis. or. blue *and
steel are particulaiily adtire:d. The
following delkil-ioln of1 "trebIu" Imlay
be of service to so:ne raders--"i reble'
Is to pit, Li thread over the hook and
insert the latter into a loop; draw the
thread first throt gli the loop; t,hn
thriough two st-itches, then at'grainl
through the 11st two stitches.
CnocoLATEr-Ciam Duovs.--Take two
euptluIs of white sgar t.1 21)1it of,
til1k ; plit them linlt it haicepani and
beat tintil it boils; then boil 111dli ive
minutes precisely ; set the pan iI a kilsh
of cold Water; 8tir 111111 the Imlixtatre
(IrnaMIS anlid cools su 1iltict ly to h1:1i1d e
the I Ottll it0 Small drops, ari
theill on at ballll )c Moo, cti 0
h"1'wori.J :-A. .W i" avorIP ir
' C utr. Take lilf calke of BlIaker's
locolite., s frape lte, put. It, into a t
WI and set int tie op 01 it Stea.t1n1t
lot boiling) tea kettle till dissolved
'op itu the c'htocobite,roll over' qiuickly,
ike out with ai fork amt1( slide on a baa.
3red platter. Be cairef't linot. ito let, 1 Ie
liocolate cook, or it will hiardenl.
Ihan o Diuuo l't:AS.-TI't ree pints (ot
ieid peats; sevent cuats of' col watter;
tree p)ounds4 of biconi or salt, por'k;
ick1 ov'er the peais; wa.,h and1 soaik themot
ver nilght int cold w'aLtr;dain1 ait:11) por
10em10int pot wiiith thec b2aon or ptork
lte Intter p)revioulsly e'einiee I ;t'over and11
oil genitly ; remaovio thte scaum as IL
ises ; whien t,ha pains b)ecome sot t dra'in I
ishi, smxooth the top,. phoe10 the bacont
r. pork oni top), pt, the dish 111t.0 the
von,, and bake brown. The liqutor
romt the( peas may13 be straluted, piut InItol
pot, th'iekened over tihe lire wit h in
lan-meal, (about four' or ive table
p)oonfls to a plit) andtu boiled genttly
bout one hor-. When cold it matuy be0
iLled and1( fried.
P'ot..NTA.-Thl8s may lie reall 13 i.th
nig more than our Intdian muish, baut,
tavinig lived In ntorthaern Italy, my1
ook made polenta wvhleh I thought.
vas very good. A bout a pint of' waiter
vas put Into a stew-pant to boll, ini
.vhich a planch of salt wvas added. 'l'het
nidian-meal, groundni coar-ser tltan wie
iso it, wvas stirred Into it until it, was
hicek. As soon as5 it p)uired( up, thte hub
ies of steamtt escaingli fromi It, it was
auken frtoml the lire and1( p)oured ito a
liek 0102th on a table,4pud( made Inato a
>Ag ball. When cold it was cut Inl slices,
sprinkled with grated Parmne&an cheese
md1( fried in oil or butter. If' sausages
were frIed, slices of polenta were cook
COCOANUIT lnoPs.-Onie gr-atedl cocoa-i
nt,, f'our tablespooninls of 11lou1r, one
pounitd of sugar antd lour' eggs, thte
wh'ites beaten to a frotht. Stiri the unix
Lure wvell, dr1op) on pan1s with at table
IF y0tt dr'ink Inko water at lbuffaulo
you wili get the Erle-sy p-alas I
LEIAP' year' doesnl't ambount to much
the menCi are s0 COy.
'Two 0OnaAN.-Roguilate flirst the
stotmachl, second( the liver: especially
the. i'st, so as to performt thteir fttne
tionls perfectly anud 3'otl will ieina)veat t
lenat ninet( en twentleths of all the ills
that mankintd Is heir to, it tis or anty
other ehllmate. Ilop) BItters Is Ite ontly
tting that wvill give perIfec0tly healthy
natuiral action to thtese twvo organsa.
STOP It at onco. If you See ou
nurse givinig the baby either L,anda,
numn, ParegorIe or any soothintg reim
edy containhiig opiates, stolp it at once.
If you want a good meleie for youtr
clhildlrenl, get D)r. Bull's Baby Syrup,
wvarrantod to conitain not hintg injri..
ons, buat safe antd elllelt. Price 25
Amlorlolans T'raveling Abroadi
wvill flind all of Dr. Plerece's FamIly
Medicines on age In till p)rhilpal drutg
stores and1( at the L.ondon brancht of the
World's Dispensary,' Grteat Reisselh
Stre-et BuIldIngs. Golden Medical
iscovery is a most potent alterQtive er
blood-eleanaling elixir. It dispelA all
h uimors anid eures blotches, pimples,
erutiIons, kIng's evil, or serofula, eni
lar-ged glands8, swellings, internual sore
ness, tuicers, an(~trulent blood poisons
Itat, un-em~ove, rut out the vital ma
chinery. Dr. Ilorce's Pellets (lttle
sugar-cotel pills) are an Qgreeablo and1(
11108 eletnslig etrthatric; remove oil'en
sive and acrId aeeuhmlations," thereby
Assoeiation, poreor ufl n
WIT AND HUMOR.
AN Oil City man Was sitting in h1
parlor readings, te other day, when I
icard foot-step,4 approaching. "It
mly wife,'' he thought, "'and I wi
bother her a little." So lie saId oi
loud, "Well, old girl, why didn't y(
SILOVel iII that coli,and nall up the ba(
gate. A aid see here, you've got to e,
less, for I wialt some monley to pay In
cigar bit ll, and you miust cut down I
household expenses. Besides, wif
've about con1ClUdel to have y OU tath
in washing, and-" The door Fliatnfe
belind him, and tie reaclhed the wit
dow Just i time to see a neigb.bor wi
unatil going out of the gate, and his wl
nowhere III sight. The report iII th;
1i441ghborhood now Is t,hat 1 tie ana
wife is being starved to death to gi
him cigars; that she does alU the maent
work, aInd is obliged to take in washiai
to got ther hiisbaid likolney which I
Spends Ia saloons.
Ur never payi to be impolite. A nui
diniig i in a St. AlbanS hotel lilt h1
ieiglbor with his elbow and didt
aIpologize, and pretty soonl. the neig
bor jabbed his elbow ILto the offender
ribs, a id the haitter sIaid: "You thull
your dt1rni stuart, don', yer?" and pri
tenidinlig to cut his mei.at drove a d
into the ot,ler and t.het they clinaeic4
and it took four waiters and file clei
t0 get 'ellli Iatrt, u1t they haid to p
$27 a.piecu fur brokeii crockery am
WINI. -it M Fm s: A matter we all a
incllined to p:ass'over litghltly-tle ihe o
at skatilig potnI. S!omt,hinag it is quat11
as wl I at ot to (o i to-the water ulde
IRM1,b1. The "lw" 01f b4n,tt,y-to mal11,
onesel tlook as pretcy as possible. Wii
outji to skate ? If ladies are it qte
t,ion, aill Who haVeb stmatl1 feet. Wh
agha,not to skate? Thtty wito polsse.
"heetle-erushers,'' of' course. Whit I
skate-why, wheni te ice' will beal
A a:Nt.A w promen -lin! i1.tg Lit
star tt t brihtlu littlo boy atL i
Side, Whenl the litte felloW Crled ou
0h, pa, there goes an editor !'' "1ip]
1usih!I'' said the faather, 'don't. mn-<
411or1t of the poor m1an1-01ot1 otn!y kll0%
What 3011 May VorIne to yet.'
"Ta iN '!"' iwas tle remnark of Fei
gttsonl as lae toruot11.i at cresenit over ti
slippery coalliod c.)vea'. "Yes,'' ar*
)1ied a sobe-aed eil.izen i tih e doo
way ; "more than twenty have Iallen o
that cover i his morning, and 3vvry onl
of' theni expressedI the satie opinion.
'A,'' saill a httle boy, "at horse 1
Worth1 a great doal itore, in't it, aftc
It's broke ?" "Yus, mt Son. Why d
yotu ask such a flutest iota ?" "1 Becalse
broke the new rockintg-horse yott gav
tmle .th is m1ordninr.''
Il. is easy eanouigh to aIvise a boy t
tel I the I ruth, evem if It bring him
licking, butt It it comes hard to live i t
hl p,rinciple where otic .s tradint
haoases two or'li hree timttes a mton th.
A uitcAoo tia1 hi.as a woalat's toot
grafled into hias jaw, and every timtae h
passes a tailiery or tsr hat tooth fiai
a)V M L l ki'C ol ia e t't.' '
"T'I'lt li dye is cast, sadi tho lodger inl
le at Ito. 1 11a luried a bottle of haair
lestor:2a.ve alt tie Ieline disturher of his
.he' sate qjItnilty t hat, y'ouI wuild in
mliinag sa usage-abs~oluate conlidenee.
WtillN the rat eterted the ar'k It was
videtto the la ol-cup:t t that. theare was
to be aaaotr than onec Gnaw a board.
A a'n.icaTicAa. joke ntay resulit ini gareat
harinaa 1o the victimn. W~'itn you are1 in
douibt do not play' the trick.
Srac-a say.s hiis colla' btnaton ) is liIke
the ceIlebraltiota of thec F'outa a ofa1 Jut.ly
it Is suare t) okcm oif..
lTu youn,~ g scualplttr htas nan uncaertaian
fuu' eotre himaa. lie getnerally3
ttinkes faces ando busts.
A t. itn 's tratta at a aaauddy cr'ossing
aa.d a wita-dtay dinnerid aie genterally
pl. kotd lap.
Sut 0 at.:tcx Is estabtising kitader
g:artents for schools ot lit,tle fish.
Wi a h.Iair' is thae hlag of truace utndea
wic'hd iold age palrleys' with dleatha.
A sot' i. tbt aritng incldent-Tr.aeadhi
on1 the polat, of a tau'k.
TH'i a hiotne stretch a isbest taken Inta th
cv.Haiing oan the sotfa.
TH E tan aatce (Quelota-- iloa tehi lI
hec wortlh ?
SHOPa w' AtiN-Be sutrae and slaut thi
TaHn I'aTinIOAT.-"Brhown 's, Broachaia
Trochaes'' act directly on thec organas o
thec voiee. Th'iey have an extraordiniar)
effect ini all disorder'sof t,he Thlroat lam
Liaryntx, restoaring a healthy tone whaet
relaxedl, either from cold or over-exer
tioa of the voice, andl produce a cea
and( distitnct enauclation. ,Spgakersa ani
S~ingersi' liad the TIroChles uasefla.
Mats. P'AaTINTO'rN sAY's.-I)onl't tuak
tany of' (.he quiak rostrumas, as they ar
r'egImaental to It.e ithumani cisterna ; hti
puLt youra tarust In 110op BItters, whtic
wili cur'e goenra dilapiidation, costly
habits anid aill cote diseases. Th'Ie
saived I satae froma a severe extract. c
tripod t ear. Thaey ar'e the nue ph
unnum of aauediines.
THitrv price of sotap is raapidly ati
vaneig. A year's suapply of Dot
titNs' Ei.ac'rR1* htoughat nowv a
old price will be a very judieious pai
Th'/e woolen tradle in Fancae hans het
atkinag rapidl progrecss. Ini 1851 thel
wea'e onaly 850,000 wvooIeni splaudlesi
thaat, counatry, bnt nowv thtey numbi
2,270,000, titus distriblutedI amiong ti
(depatm aenats: Nord hias 1,350,00
Maarine, 160,000; Soatm, 125,000, A
denunes, 120,000; Aisne, 140,000; otheca
875,000. Theo valuea of th'o wooli
yatrans x ported amounOtedit( to 32,2000,01
fr'aanes of' amanufanetured goods, to 46
200.000 fraacs; of combed wool,
30,900,000 franecs; of woolen waste,
30,700,000 francs; miakin g a grand tol
of 564,000,000 franos. A Dout 147,08:
000 fraaes were paid for -wages antn
Po TINtimoos are the FIrst Approftohos of CC
Sumaptloun, that thaousands rem fin unconsolC
Or Its presence n t -. has broti ta them to t
verg of he gave. Annhedlt eor to
- tnco of Cought, P'aln or Soreness of thu throat
Ches't, would very genoraliy preetudo a fatal
81uk, or, In eato te symp toms Indicate tho pr
once of? latent consumepton, would tend to si
dai the vlolonoo'of thae diso f d thus ma
t'old, atnd by so do ig prevent the RocessIty
hatse in8 maaore aangerous'complaints.
MlICIIHANTS, RVAD ''ilsi1.-To those
stibject to lila Ilieldelit to tle vexatios
of bieltless life, Dyspepsia, and a feel
Ing of debility anti retfillness, we say,
Withouat equivoCation, take Sinilolis'
L.Iver Regulator. This remedy is un
c(Inalle ila the cure of Piles, Constila
tion. I:td Breath, Siek Ifeadache and
Billotis Complaints. The Regiuhitor Is
k refrom tay intariotis mercurial sub
state; not disagreeablo; can be taken
aytt any timne, williotit Interfering with
8busIess or 1-leastire. It. Is so gentle,
sute, ati stich a good digester, that it
0 is otten usedo after a hearty Ineal to set
StIle the food anti relieve any apprelien
slon that the ieal nmay disagree with
tllaVng been a great sufforer for
mainy years from general Dobility and
Indigestion, I co lttled to try yotir
valtiable nedielic (Slainons' Regula
tor) in small loses aid 1outid It to be
g what it wai recomniendell lor. You
C can us1 mily naiaie at amy t,ine you wist
lin Its pralse.
J. F. DuAl is. Merchant, lIadlock, Ga."
Ts u. Fre ih horn--A glass of abstti
Sherman & Co., Marshall, Mich., want an
agont in this county at once, at a salary of *100
per uonth and exponic paid. For full par
l)tioularw addrces ati above.
0THE GREAT 81.oo . PRIER
o WILL CURE
Sciofula. Scrofuluis Humor. Cancer, e-incerou'
0 11111i .r, Ery-sl eia - 6luko . ailt, R'tiu,
S 11114 m Or 1li o,r In I lic Pace, Cott-11
tl I Uld I U.c.jas, lroncilt,. Ncu
a1la. .ysp lpsia, lth 1t1inatisi,
lia%i in lit,I 8.do, Constpa
ti, 031 t v,niess. Piles,
t- i ti io iack.
A FalItness at 1the Stoittacl, Kidney Complaints,
F0ct'utt Weakness alli. oeral Debility.
This prepiralilon is scienriAii llv and chomi
. ally cominioued, anut so i ronlgly co. cenIrat,d
fr. -n rooL , iieri)s it b iurs., tai, its goott o
I rects :I rIaIlzki itnii1VdL L,ly after Lo-1mielc
lug to take If. TIlere i no alsiase of tiw imi
Ii u 1i (.1(11 lor Wilici Like Vegetino ca nnot be
kimett wii verrect sat o', as it, i. - TmL comit i
illy inlu, allic compountid. F0or Iradi- ating the
e :4ysteiIn of Ill Impuri-es of the biU ,t it, IMtS 1o
Ital . hiats n.- er fitilt!d to effct a re. giy
iglone.am rst i to ti syt.ni dblit. ad
-- y disllse. It,i womiorfralT eff c,s upon tie com
liplalits nameod art Sururi.ning L.0 all. Many Itave
Men curt'd by t,t# ve."a4lime titi. Iave .rtl
mianly ohier rionedwes. 1,i cat Weil be called
1le Great Blood Purifier.
"j' Dr. W. Ross Writes,
e dul(OLULA, LIVER COMPLAINT. D1YSPEPSIA,
M.It. %.%TKVN;S, BUSLOnI:
I have been prtusilg ti-dioino for 25 years,
and is ai reodtot for itoulit, I.lver Compint,
0 Dyspeli , Ibl*iaiPl-i,4 Weakness., and till Ills
r eases 0(1hI bloud, I have n ver tiound its equal.
hve .oll N'gelile for seve.n y-ars and nave
never had ont hiv t lo re-ttr,i. I would hearl fly
oIiuJ01nlnd It to those it need of a blood purl
Iler. II. W. ROSS, I)ru.gisL.
ipt. 1 U, CiSU. wWIiu.4 , Iowa.
4i VE E r,
MR. It. NTEVEN8, Mostin, 11A
Vegetine is Sold by all Dfuggists,
dohnson's Anodyne Liniment will poet
tively prevent this terrible disease, anid will
positi rely cure nine cases in ten. Infromation
t.hat will nave many lives sent free by mall.
Don't dlelay a moament. Prevent-ion is better
than cure. 8old everywhere.
1. 5. JOHNSON & CO., Rangor, Me.
OU.. COINS WVANTED)! Dollar,1834
*.4J00; il..lf i"iiltar, lisJ, 'ni, a i5 each;Qa.
ter I)olIuars, 182:, '27, 625i; I -imo,18i, 65; ialt Dinia,
182 625;~ Gop r Cmeit. 1793 '9.) 180I, S5 if linei.
Pric" List4 a-d Colus Collector's Eliustranted
Guide, I) centg. *A . 1i. 34i l t-li
72 N. F1ourth, st. Phiili., Pa.
I. the ol.1 IRollablo Concentr stedi Lye for FAM ILY
b~oAlP MAal1Ni. Directions accomnainny euach cama
for mtaking Hard, Son,. andl ToiletSoap qumicktly
ll s lull woIght und1. tr. niatth.
ASK~ FOR 9SAPONIFIEIR,
AND) TAKES No 0THERIl.
rFENN'A NALT,MYANUF'4A CO., PH!ILAD'A
ARU TUU B5ETI
S. LAMTM11r SON~ al * s. mET ii.
P UYT ?.PTA '
Those ans)werinig an aidvertiseinent willi
co,nfer a fnvor upioni tne adlvertlier land the
puablishern by stat ing thiat they saw the aidver
tlseinen~t In this lournal (nhiaiing the paper.)
r. Pieice's Golden Medicai Discovery re
commoin BtIch, Plnpe, or Eruiptionl, EryIs
Jiough Skin, in short, all diseases caused by
purliving, and invigoraiting meicoine.
Ialpccially his 10t manlistced its potency in
- ee, neo E'ye's, licroruhous Mores and Swol
. Ifck yo fee dulrwy dblttd have si
on faceor body, freqluent ehnahe or dlzzilnes
altornaedh with hot lIushes, irregular appetite,
Teri d l,iver, or "liousniess." As a ron1
Miedical Discovery has no equal, as It effects pi
p In the cnre of lironchltis, Seveeaogl
dnaptionm, It hias astonished the mediical facul
ei greatest medical icovory of the ge. Sold by
No use of tak
e. et Pellets (Little
g' fR einmg entla
.i urn \O&S while uining th
*ILEtEi ,.VO si-stem, dIet, 4
TI ghitness of
Pho e*ittle Giant" CathartUo, Soi"uinch, Bail
-: bout Stnsch, Bush of Bloodi to Elead, tak
-r m oryn N OR All of the 1
toyfrONE~ TIME,I orfo
positions, which are oal
r- LOWEST P1AOE
S. M9. PE TT EI
to - at either of t
For Aelvertiaors without charge, fo
TION of Newsg3apers or f
r*e dertisemnents In the Best Podi
S. M. PETTE
For Ilse Laso.
Richardson's New Method for the
(#3.25). asutains 11s reputatIon as the most porrect
ol Iii4tructioa Buoks, havinig boon many times ro.
visot, Imnproved tua oularged. 11tndroads of' tlo
saud-i lave beten sold, and it is still li conotantt atd
largo 1uni-m-al. Bo sure to got the right book. N-'
tice the exact title, iald accept no other.
Now got your EASTER MUSIC. Send for list.
For Iteed Organ.
The Emerson Method,
($2.50), br Emorson anad latth--wo, has a capital
tito hd and n a atthumdancts of tlino pieces, nstrit
ut'ai and vocal, that Vl0aso while thQy instrul t tieo
Do not forget
W1h1te Hobes I (30 cts). New Sunday 14chool Bong
Book. A great Snccess. By Abboy cud Hungor.
I-.voryboly stonbif possess it.
Teatnperanee Jeweils (34 cel. By J. It. Ten
laoy. Nuw To linpurauco Songs, all choica and wido
Eianersolm's Anthemin 1(olk (1.25). By to 0. Em.
erdo1. ()nxoei.led in qality. Very choIce oand
lInkg rc olaoctioll.
Aiterieans Aiailten Ihoolk (S5 25). 10O eney An.
likaelii . l,e comitun clu.s. By Jolisoi, Tuunoy
'Ainy book mailod, post-freto, for the retail prio.
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suited with spectaoloe, apply
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adespesally Female CZoIaplia., I
.190 IN GOLD. w
it be palE fte aae theywftnmt mae es bee
.or aythiag tisen er lajertous feemS tbm.
Ask yos Eruggist for Hop nettee anE te te
ese yee sMeep. Tak. neashee.b
OCeen O vns he ml - s m --
m,O na ofoim,tsaeoa E
Semd for drela. 1)
Piled tat 0e ny alo 1
lmmeodi;ta rehinaf cures casos
olong standing itn I wook,
d aodin cass in dae.
aor.r cor. Tenth an rc Ste.. P
I all Hunters, fr he os_erfl to ;
I urinlg Tetter, Rose Rash, Rolls, Cusbbmn.
lingo, 1Vlaite BwellInIgs, GoItre or Thiekls
tilow color of mkinl, or r ollowlsh-brown a note
, ad ta(ltfto ini mlontha Intnl ,hei ~int nr ouills
tinnd tongulo cotedO, youI are suffeting -ron
Ledy for all suich cases Dr. Pierco's Golden I
arfect and radIenl eurlos,
is, 3Veak Lunlgs, anud early Etages of Con. l
t,Y, anal emInent phiyslolans pronounce it the I
Ing the large, rliIvo,nnutlseOuls pIlls. These
FIIlls) are scarcely larger than sunmtard
ety vegeinble, no patrtilarl caro is reqirOed i
em. They operate wladiout'dilsturbraco to the I
er oeouplationi. For JIaundice, Headache, 4
Inipuro Illood, P'ain ini the Shoulders,
Chest, Dizzinsess, Sour ESrutctationsm frots I
Taste in Hithtt Bilious attacks. Pain in
duneys, iiiternal Fever, l$lonted feeling
e DCr. FAerco ' Peasantl PuargatLve I'elets.
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ir the BESiT Newspapers in
County or Seetion,
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HEALTH IS WEALTH.
Health of Boy Is Wealth of IlMe,
Raday's Sasafllian Resolvelit k
Pure blood makes sound Ve9h strong bone an
% olear skin. If ou would have your flesh Armi,
onr bones soun without arles. and your coin
plexon fair, use Iadway' parsaparilliar
A GRATEFUL RECOGNITION
" 0To 0o a R0N10 or LONG sTANDING DISAS
truly otoy in t ho healing art; that reamon
nF power that clearly discerns Dursor and sup
i (s a remedy; that restores step by step
01grees-the body which bas been slowly
;abked and weakened by (n insidious disease,
lot only commands our respect but deserves
)ur ralitude. Dr. Radway Has furnished man.
ind with that wondertul rem y, Itadway's
larsaparillian Resolen which accom.
>lishes this resul and suffering humanity,
rho drag out an elistence of pain and disease,
;hrovgh long days and long nights, owe hin
ihelr gratitude."--M4est Messenger.
FALSE AND TRUE.
We extract from Dr. Radway's "Ti-eatise or
libease and Its Cure," as follows:
List of Diseases Cured by
Radway's SarsaDarillian Resolvient.
Chronic Skin Diseases, Carles of the Bone
lumors in the Blood Borofulous Dise ises, m
or unnatural Habit of Body, Syphilis and Ven.
'al, Fever Sores. Chronio or Old Ulcers Salt
Aheum, Rickets, White Swelling, Scal t Head,
Iterine Affections, Cankers Glandular Swell
g Nodes, Wasting and ceoity of the Body,
IZlesa nd Blotches. Tumors, DYsplsla, Kid
iey aid Bladder Diseases Cthronic Ith umatism.
mnd Gout, Consumption, bravei and Calculous
)eposits, and varieties of t he abovp complainta
ao which sometimes are given speolous names.
We assert that there is no known remedy that
)ossesses the curative power over these dis.
)Mes th3t HADWAY's tEdOLVENT furnishes. It
:ures, step by step, surely, from the founda
ion, and restores the injured parts to their
tound condition. The wnstep of the body
wre stopped and healthy blood to sup.
)liled to the system, from which new ma
erIal i fot med. This is the f1sat corrective
iower of RADWAY's REGoLVENT. In cases where
he systm has been alivated. and Mercury,
tuleksilver, Corrosive Sublimate have accumu
%ted and become deposlit ed in the bones, joints
to.. causing caries or the bones, rickels. sDinal
urvatures, contirtlons, white swellingi, varl
ose veins, etc.. thO SARSAPARILLIAN will resolve
way those deposits an i exterminate the virus
it the diseaso from the system.
If those who are taking tht-se medioInes for
no cure of Chronic. ftcrifulous or ByphilitiO dis.
lases, however slow may bq the cure, "teel bet
or , ana find their general health improving,
hir flosh and weight increasing, or even keep.
ng 1s wn, is a sure sign that the cure is pro.
,ressing. In these diseases the patient either
etV bettAr or worse-the virus of the disea!n
A not inacLivt%; if not arrested and driven frc
he blood it will spread and continue to unde
aine t,he constitution. As soon as the SARsA
'ARILLIAN make 4 the patenit 'feel better,"I every
iour you will grow better and increase in health,
trength and flesh.
The removal of these tumors by R.iwAy's
I soLVKNT Is noNw so certainly established that
hat was on'O Co isidered almno,t miraculous a
,ow a co:nmon recognized fact by all parties.
Vitne- the cases of llannah P. n i Mrs. 0.
Crapf, Mrs. J. U. Jolly and Mrs. P. D. Iendriz
mublisho1 in our Almanac for 18T9; also that of
IrS. C. 8. Bibbins. in the present edition of our
'False and True."
One Dollar per Bottle.
Only requires minutes. not hours, to relieve
lain and cure acute disease.
ladwa's Ready Rellef,
n from one to twent.y mautes, never fals to
Plieve PAIN with o thorough applio tion.
lo matter how viol 'nt or excruciating the rain
he RiEUMATIO, Bed-ridden, Intirm. Crippled,
lervous,. Neuralgic, or p ostr it(*d with dsease
l suffer, RADWAY' RHADY RELIEF will
laMm1.tion of the I ,, -
on of the 11later, iIttimnation of the
mvels, Ongestion of the i.ungs, Sore
Iroat, Diftioult Breathing, 1alpir.ation of
ie Heart, 61ysterics, Crouep, DIphtharia,
at.arrh, Influenza, neatinahe, Toothache,
ourualgia, Rtixenma.ism,. Cold Chills,
uxe (hills, Chilbhains, Frost Bites,
iruixss Sumnmer Counplat.ts, Coughs,
01(d, npralns. P'atns in tile Vihest, Black or
.i,mbs, are iulstantly relieved.
FEVER AND AGUEs
l'over and Ague cured for Fift,y Cents. There
act a remed[i agent in t he worldthat wvill
re Fever and Aue and all other Malarious,
ious. Ilcariet, 'yhold, Yellow and et.her
~ers (aid ad by IADwAY's PILLs) so quick as
OwAY's RutADv RKLIIP.
t will in a eow msonents, when tisken accord
Sto directions, aura Gramnps, Spasms, Sour
maoch, Heart,burn, Blek laadache, Diarrhow.
'entery Colic, Wind in the Bowels, and all
Pravelers should a'lways carry a bottle of RUAD
AY 5 RE ADY RELtEF withi thema. A few drops
wartor will prevont sickness or pa'ns from
Lange of wat,er. It is better than French
'aidy or bitters as a stimulant.
Miners ni Lxuanbernaen should always
i provided with it.
All remedial agnts capable of destroyn life
r. a overdo e shaould beavoided. Morpine,
plumi, st,rychnine, arnica, hyosciamus, and
her powverful remedies, does at certain times,
very small doses, relieve the patient durlng
meir act,ion in the system, But perhaps h
icond dose, if repeated, may aggravato andn
'ease the aufferi ig, and another dose cause
Dath. There is no necessity for using o~e
neertain agents whoa a positive remedy like
AnwAY's REsADY REsLiEP wlli stop the mohi era
~uciatlng pain quicker, without entailing the
ast, difficult,y in either infant er adult.
TuIIE TRUE RELIEF.
RADwAY's READY itELIEP 18i the only remedial
font in vogue that will instantly stop pain.
Fifty Cents per Bottle.
ladwayfs Regulatinig Pills.
Perfeet Purgatives, Soothsing Aperi.
nts, Acf Withoutt Pahin, Always Relia.
se anad Natural in thaeir Operation.
VEGETABiLB SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with*
ireet gum. p urge, reguiate, purify, cleanse
RADWAY's PILLS, for the cure of all disorders
fthe Stomach, Liver, liowels Kidneys Bind
ar, Nervous Diseases 11eadan he, Constiption,
ostiveness, I ndigesleon, l)yspepsia,, illoI us.
ras, Fever, Inuiammation of .he Bowels Piles,
nd 'all derangement,s of the lnternal iscera,
tarranted to efTect a perfect cure. Purely vw
t,able, containing no mercury, minerals or dl
SW' Observe the following symptoms result.
igc from Diseases of the Digestive Organs; Con
Li ationi, Inward Piles, Fulness or the Blood
a ?he Head, Acidit-y of the 8tomach, Nausea
leartisurn, Dgu,ofFood, Fullness or Weigh~
ti the Stomach, Sour Efrnota-ions, Sinking or
luttering at, the Heart Chokfig or Buffering
*nsations when in a lyin post,ure, Dimness 61
rision, Dots or Webs beore the Sight, Fever
,nd Dill Path in the Head, Deficiency of Per
pirat,ion..Yellowness o~ the Skin andlEs, Pain
n the 8ide, Chest, Limbs. anq Sudden Flushes
f Heat, Burning In the Fleshi..
A feit doses or ItADWAY's PILS will free the
yatemn fiom all the above-nameil disorders.
Price, 35 CientU per Bloz.,
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