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A milltary-looking gentleman got of
the train at Vaidon, the other evening
and stepping up to a party by the nam
of Johnson, who was standing near by
xExeuse me, sir, but is your natni
"No, sir, my name Is Johnson."
"Do you know of any tailthersonj
"Smitherson, SmItherson-oan't say
that I ever heard the name before
te) over with me to Bell's saloon, an(
perhaps we'll find some one there wh<
ean give itiformation."
Over to Bell's they went. The bar.
room was full, and the lquiry weni
"Bill, do you know any Sinitherson
Totn do you know one Smitherson?'
and so on. Not a single acquaintanet
of Swltherson's could be found. The
stranger seemed very anxious to find
Smithersoin ; and, as ie lefe tle saloon,
a crowd followed limu, a rumor iavitig
got alloat, (no doubt taking its rise
IrTU the military air of the stranger,)
Liat, a reyenue ollcer was in search of a
Goverqnjent delaulter, or a crooked
whisky man. Up the street the crowd
w,euded itS way, and stopped in front
of 1irsh's Hotel. By this time the en
tire tiwn w: aroused. "Smiti.orson"
was on every liII. Mothers clasped
their babes to theIL breasts and rushed
toward the hotel. 3in gazed ax
iously a. each other, and contorted their
lp into tile semblance ot o Old17-fa1sh1
loned wood-burn ing engine funiel, dis
xlpated by at latc collision, in their en
deavor to pronounce the word "Smith
erson." Almost the entire town was
now gathered about the stranger, and,
as lie opened his llis, you could have
heard a hog's bt ist le light on a bale of
"Ffriend@," saildl he, "is there not. a
single man, woman or clilid, in this
asseinblage who is at quininted with one
A d ead silence followed.
"No one know% a Smiterson, ehl!
Then ny missiu Is at, ai end. It's ol
no con-s(quence;, I merely asked out of
curiosity. I was on'Ze looking over a
New York city directory, when I came
tAcross thle imi Smiithur-son. Seemaed
to. me a st rurge nam41ne, aid I was cuil I
uus enough to iAd out if any one by
the name of 'Smitiersoii' existed in
these parts. I am nlow inclined to
think that there is not.'"
When the ciowd ascertained that the
stranger was merely a Blhiemian editor
on a drunk, they droloped (heir bn iek
b its aind allow(d bim to go inl pa11ce.
lo Stuck to the 1lorio.
A young society iiwell of Wasilingtonl
his been visitig in tile interioro0 Vir
ginia, ind on one oensionl lit least hiad
an experIlet.o2 that was n( t altog tier
happy. He viied ChurtbIt, and aftel
service a young ldy, w%ho owned a
very comfortable phtec neatr there, inl
vited him to go homie and take dinner
with her. There were three or four,
very interesting y'otung ladles stopp)lig
at her house, and, of course, hei atccept
ed her inittion withli gireat p)'lsure,
but, lis hauir fairly stood oni end whlen
she said to himin: '"I guess you will
ha)ve3 to tiake oue ot thei girl's onl your
horise ; in dilvidling upi 0our party one( at
least couleS to 30ou.'' The young inali in
questilon Is inot, a1 heavly weight phlysi
*eally. l1b does not, weigh over' ninety
Theli young wvotnani wh'lo fell to his lot
was a bouninig V irglinia lass, lumpiil
and pretty, wh Io would weigh at, leiut
140 p)ounlds. lie was Il in n haste to get
Iuto thle saddle. lie watcihe(d ver*y care
theIr fair' compijfhions upon the upper
dec k, ie way. the hist mxan to aw'i ng
his~ hjorse initoti line. iIe haid a lilt! e
doubt1), too, aII)it thle horse. Th'ie hiorse
wvas very hsigh-spir'ited andi had never
been riddeni double. lie darted upi to1
the horse b)lock . and the young woman
wvast reatity. Thel, bla nket, was~ arrianged
h;el. lnd allter th e miost ipproved lashiion.
-le ediged his cheatstniut upj to the side
of the h' r*se liock.
She gave him one hand, andt in a see'
ondt ehle bound ited 111rtuly to.,her' place be
hind lhim anid woundt her arm'ns aroun md
hIiml In as 11irm a hold as the propr'ielies
of 1tle occaslon demani idedii. blhe was
not thle oniily oneo that, lad bounded.
Thea horse5t bol ted abtott ten fet in theii
ailt anld clame d1owni on is foreo leet,
lad, as the young t el low saul, suddeinly
becamne very light beha id. Thle 301 ung
mani al t hough a v'ery good ilderi, sal h
* lie wou'd have~' goine over thle liolse '.
ears severaill tis 10 Ii. hiaid not been fitor
the young !adly. Shie li:id oin, and lie
felt perf'ectly :-oiiv'incedi that i' lie went
Off' she would otih, atid so lie stnsek.
Ills horse tought ,. bledI, Jumpel,d aiid
bailked, g reat ly to i,hei ?nuisemen t of thei
young lady13, wholi nleai.v~ cr'acked sever'al
of' his aibs in haoldii:g (on to him when
hisa horse bolted to the right and lett.
It was fiye iiuiles to hise destInation.
When he got .1l' his horse anad walked
Iito the farmh'uilousu li iree great str'eamn
of lpersp1 titlic slowly turkled don
theo side of' his fatc. lie wais we'aK and
Carbolic soap is siuiply a soapi to
whieh hais beena added ait the imaking,
a small p)rop)orion141 of carbolic acid.
This acid Is destrucive to all the low.
or for'ms of In.seet lifec; iaid in fatr, of
vcget'ble life atlso, such for istance,
as the fung(. On accounit of this peCu-i
liarit y :t has often been uisedl as a remned v
againits thle var'ious inisects In festin
orchard trees, and)1 the like, and also a
at disinf(etant to deCstroy the germas ni
disease. 1I, is apptllied in varIous wa~s
but the best way of' giving It to tree.
andu( young 1)1lats is lai a formi of a sIt
made 0of cairbolie soap, perh'laps; in tisI
form it is less liable to do iaujury3 to the
growths thana In any oIlier. Unr'bollt
soap Is someowhat expenalive, however,
when we buy13 it r'ea-ty prepared, and
thIs fact has, ini all probabIlity, held I
back from coming Into mtore geneal
use, But the crude acId of itself Is not
Veryolpensive, and thecrefore whenf ont
has ocCaRion to llse it on a somewhat
r largo seale it would be best for him to
buy the acid and prepare thle soap hilin
self. [low to prepaie this soap. Ob
taln crude carbollo acid-It will cost
from 25 to 50 cents per gallon. Poe- a
quantity of this cru(de acid Into a quan.
tity of good strong soft soap; stir well
together, and ailow to stand for a few
hours, then test the compound by mix
Ing a little of It with soft water. If
to much acid has been added, oily par.
tioles of carbolic acid will be observed
floatng on the surface. 'Tis shows that
more acid has been put in than thesoup
will incorporate or "cut," and more
soap should be added to balance the ex
cess of acid. No more definite rule can
be given. as so mnineh depends on the
strength of tle soap. Two or three
tablespoonfuls of the acId to a quart of
soapi may be first tried, Soneperflerto
make as strong with acid as the soap
will perfectly out. A very little prac
tice will enable 1.Y (fine to coTIIpotnld
it correctly. Tihe refluedi acid mnay be
uised when the craide Iw not. at hand.
When prepiaredi as above, make a mod
erately strong suds, and api)ly with
syringe or sponge. Of course it wil
be neceysarv to ie entittlon in prepar
In1g the 41141., not to have it toO strong
for the plants to which it i to be ap
plIed. If the plaits are Young alit!
ten(der a strong suf 18 would be apt to
ruin them. The alpplication should be
renewed after each heavy rain capable
of wasing oir the suds. To carbolle
soap that we buy at the stores Is hard,
and In e:kes, but that makes it no bet
ter-the soft, s pl) prelired according
to the foregoling direct.ions Would be
equally as good in every respect.
1AisK Moitij., Dics.-I iever could
uinder.stand wIy jtur fai aiors through
lie Statte dii not aicep tikm ; takiig It
as i mnalter of prollr, t.hey tare more
pIrolliable tIu Iens. It. may be the
impre.sio that. Ii order to keep ducks
it. . niecessary to have a poIntl or stream
of water close by, has deterred many
fromn keephig theim, but there is no
nieLd Oe any thinig of the kind. It IR
true t.hat it. i. betr 0 have a )onld Or
stream, but you ann r.ise dicks Jutt as
well elsewhere. I know o'( partes who
re Villery sUtcessfutl iI ril.iig them1;
they have only a wash tub set in tie
groutind awd illled from lie pup) oc
vasioially ; in Nlei, the troubl - of' rils
itig diucks, aiii UbOtlt the only one, Ia
letting the young go In1O the water too
Aoon tifter hey leave Ilhe nest. hen
I speak of tle proltA lrom ducks, I do
not have referetnet to the common
d ticks tiat we see every daty. I ment a
breed of ducks tha t wegh twelve
Iolinds to the pair-alive-utih as the
Rotien or Aylesbiry, both excellent
layers. aitd easily kept an([ reared, be
sides being large anild excellent for tile
mtai ket., and costing n1o more to rear
tint1n the com111n11 dtucks that will weIgh
eight piun(s to tie pair. The u10en
Is i very handsomin Itick ii phimage;
the drake Ias t glossy green head and
iieck doYti to the white ring on his
lieck, and1ii Ilie lower Iort of h1is boly ia
i leauitilil greii-brown gray, and
?Iladed with brown (in tile back. The
diek is cf a beaitifuil brown, with
IbIutt every feat Ier IIaIIed on the o Itr
edge wIth black. it, Is ackniowledge'd to
be the bes't of thle variiet ies, 1*3layig ver'y
early un'2111 il 11n intg Iihroulghl thle sea
soni and ilate2 ini wite r. Thei Ay'lesbury3
Is pureI whIiIte, hoth th le diek andit draike,
ami aboutt thle samie size as the Rouen.
sotth bwecomt very faiiariIii, antd being
v'ery' l birge anid hieavy. dho not, enre' to
r<nmIl as1 muchl ats thle 'ommiloni kind.
Swiss FatutrN --Mr. lleauelerk ob
set ives itt is re port 01n t he cottnmterclai
positio of)1 Switzerland , that agriecul
turatl developmnent,1 is chteckcd b)y thle
conistan itSiubiji vi sion2 of land1(. Th'le d Is
ribution of proplerry upon01 then death or
the head of the finly p)rodulces mnlyn
very siimall 101 holdn 8 ; 0 thalt It becoines
as5 ich ias tihe farmiier can do to feed
his homusehtold, w ithiout aittemipting any13
ex per'imet'i or oper'ut ats oat a large
se'ale. AnI olbl-inshioe outii 01-of-thlte
sys5temt of farmIling Collsequlent ly prne
vali;s. Oxet may13 be~ seen* "untEqually
y(oled togethter'" withi othses or asses,
nii place of the stenau plow ; corn is still
(tited with (lie fli In Isteadh of by
thle mnnu1tilltries~ii, whelire the latest,
mec:iieeiiIalI implroveitnenta tare eagely3
adiojted and ext 'misivel y employed, new
Viven t ittns beting fri quetlIly produced
by ntative ell izents. '1his tadherancie to
(old-fashtoned waLys is fostered by the
lealouts of' luinevti otn exhiibi ted by thec
tit laterS, and1( a cerltamt revengel uil spirit,
in the petnsat cla- s, demlotnaitedi by'
iiiiiintary fires, which(1 have been 01
alarminlg frilulecy ini11 thenigh bor
haond o1 iernea, le icand Zurieh.
TuI itx L P'i-:i(ons.-1The pertod of
imilkiing iinty be.~ einlt4ed in three p)arts.
For thae first six to sevean weeks after
en1ivin g thme largest quanutity of mailk
per' day43 Is prtodutced. After t,his the
yletidi taills oil pretty' .oinsderably, hut
then iemiaInls ait abti thle Paune llgti re
for I wo or thiree lauolthis, witn a steady13
tieCli sets iln 11nt,it the' co)w'i li er
1ectly' diry. 1By carefuli teedlitg the best,
parts of lie milkinig p)erlods 11nay3 be
pirolon ed,* ad tIs ough to1 be the atimi
ohf aill milk piroducers. If green fod
dIer a1t. dithe todd er, wvh eh stim
uilates(' ilk seerletion1, enni 1)0 useod
a- at the right titne, a con)isbleratble extra
ituuatity of mtilk may13 be tprodlued.
Dutring tile ttnilkinlg pieriodt, the p)ropor
t ioi or caselin inceIteases', an id tha of1 1
liutter dl'eieses. M 1ilk producted by
cows soon aftter calhvinig con taius, there
t'olei, moreli bttler a1114 le*ss eiiselnt than
iltr, auiii I lie d ille renice is great, enough
to maIke i tsell I ell in thle la'ger daullriet*
if Ihle cows caile about)(1 the sa11n'> t'mae o
CnI A:. l'ot'i.aY a. -MD.u.-Set posta5
(1rmIly3 ini the grlulit I; s X lee, hi gh,
eIght . fce liart. Ta~ke No. 9t wIre aind
strceh fr41m 110 to polst, outide, taist
'.nato posts ; phli141 three04 wires 0one inh
aparit, 0on4 hioot from tile groun ld;
sanother' three ait thrmee feet ten Inchues
fronm the groti ;d ; ano10ther three at 101)
oh posts. 'ITke cotumtont 1this and(
weave iin, leaving thrIee inchies spauce
betweenm sides o1 echII. l'Tis makes te
ltnce ftutr feet hiIghi. Thleii lake emther
hathis, iciket one( cld ,i and chamafer t,be
ot her like m ehl-e bc tlade, and1( Inter
wealve amtong the 101) i res ; thea shove
tie chamtnfered edge downi beside the
top) of thle bottomt hathI, hijpping itnder
w ires t wo I nches. Th is makes a cheap,
pretty' fence, thalt Is seei feet teln
Iinche's hIgh, and lowvl tight. WIre
shotuld be left somewl%hat slack, as in
ter'weavmiag the hithus will take it uip.
A Ocon FElu Im %En.-A gcod ferti
lIzer 1(or plants is to dIssolve live cenits
worth of car bon e of ammloniaa in a pimnt
of water anid add a few drops of it to
each~ bucket of hard water,
Wx often see a good new coat s
wrinkled and creased by careless fold
Ing as to look quite shabby. To fol
a coat properly, and so avoid this, pro
eed as follows: First, spread it on th
table, double the left sleeve from th
elbow toward the collar, the other th
same way; then the left lappel over tb
sleeve as far as the back seam an,i th
other in the same manner. Next, turi
up the left skirt so that the end ma;
t ouch collar, do ihe same with the righ
skirt. Give it a light brushing all cvir
and then turn one-Lalf the coat exacti:
even over the other half. Folded it
this manner, the coat may be put It(
a trunk, and will keep smooth durInj
a jomrney of any length.
To make canvas waterproof, prepar(
three baths, as follows: The first. 1-3
dissolving one part of neutral sulphat
of alumina (concentrated alum-cake) Ic
ten parts of cold water. For the sec
ond, boll one part of light resin, onc
part of soda crystals and ten parts o
water, until the soda is dissolved; add
one-third part of common salt, to sep
arate the water and collect the soap
dissolve this soap with an equal amount
of good palm-oilt so.p ii thirty parts 0
water. This sap bath must be used
hot. The third bath consists of water
only. Soak the fabrio thoroughly i1
the first, or alum bath ; next pass it
lhI ough the soap bath ; aind, lastly,
rinse in the water.
CHOCOLATE BLANC MANox.-Dissolve
one oullee of gelatine iII as A111111 a
quantity of warm water as will cover
it. 1 hen melted, put on thn fire to
dissolve four ouinces of Baker's choco.
late. Do not let it scorch, and whetn
liquid, add one quart of new milk and
thi ce quarters or a pound of sugar.
Boll all together five iiniiites; stir hi
the gelatine ; boll five tulintites longer,
siirring constantly. Take off the lire
11tvor with vanilla, and pour into
moulds. This dessert can be made sev.
eral days before wanted, as It will
SILvER SAND.-balver sand when)
iixed with the soil in potting, acts a
little chemically on other constituentis
of the soil; but, toa great extent, the
action is mechaulcal. In using it for
striking cuttIngs, it is chie-y valued
for its puiIty,its freedon Iron iron and
other minerals, and clay, earth and
vaicareous inatters, which are oft cei
ite accompanine its of other pit and
river sanls. The nearest to silver
sand in usefulness Ii that collected on
pubie roads after heavy rains, which
,aid, when well washed, is about as
pure sIIeX as silver sand.
ORAHAM BPEA D.-Three cups graham
flor, one and a half cups I ndian meal,
half cup niolasses, one teaspoontul of
soda, two of cream of tartar, salt to
taste. Wet up with milk or water to
the consistency of a thick batter. Bake
in a covered tin three hours in a mod
erhte oven, or steam, if preferred, the
same length of time. This is pro.
nounced excellent by every one who
BOILED JELLY CAK.-One teacupftl
white powdered sugar )ie teawcilul
tlour, four eggs, whites and yolks
beaten separately, pluch salt; beat the
yolks and sugar to a cretin ; add the
flour and salt, thOn the whites beatetj
to a very stil froth; mix quickly; rub
and butter a large roasting-pan; bake
ten or fifteen minutes, according to
ovel ; when (10110 spread with JAlly
and roll quickly.
FRENcH S LAD DRKs.No.-Three
t ablesp,oon fuls or oil, one tablespoonit ul
of vinegar, one saltsp)oon ot' salt, on e
half or p)epper. Put tihe salt and pep
per in a cupj, and then add one table
spoonful of the oil. When all is thor.
oughly mixed, add the remnainder of the
oil, and the vinegar. This ls dressing
enough for a salad for six persons.
FRIED BREAD PUDDINo.-Take a stale
loaf of baker's bread; cut in slices; beat
up six eggs, stir them into a quart of
milk ; dip the slices into the milk and
eggs ; lay them uponi a dish, one uipor:
another, and let them standl upon an
hour)1; then fry them to a light brown
in a light butter; servo with pudding
sauc or syrup.
MooNsHINE~.-Tlhis is no relative tC
t lie "'honey mioon,"' notwithstanding It
is very nice. Beat the white oft twc
eggs very light. Swveeten to taste.
Thleni slice in very thin places of banam1
and1( star into it ; or ii you chose takt
two oranges, or an.y kind of fruit will
do. Do not make it until just befort
going to tuable. It is a handsome disl:
and delicious for tea..
SALEM DEssERT.-Peel and slice ap
iles, ste w till don~e, then run througt
a colander, sweeten aind season. Beal
t,he witie of three eggu ro a stiff froth
and Just before serving whip then ii
to a quart of the stewe(d apples. Eal
wit.h cream nd 11( (cl for more.
IF there are any ol' our readers wh<
haive not tried Dobibins' Electilo Soap.
(made by Cragin & Co.. Philadelphia,;
we adviso threrm to give it one triat, fo:
their sake. Iliave 3 our grocer get it.
sootinlg remedy3 for children contain
ing opium in any form is guilty o
harm. Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is war
rantedl not to contain op)iates andm shouhl
therefore be widely recommended.
Whiat 13etter Evidtenso
Could .the peopl0e k t,, substantiat<
the merits of Dr. Pierce's Family Med
lino than the fact that they have no
only yearly growvn in popuir favor ii
this country, but the forelg:' demnant
for them hias became so great as to no
cessitate the establiaing of a branch
of the edlebratecd Worl's [Dispensary
in Loiidon, Eniglandl, that these bless.
tngs to lie aihliered iny be. displatchie(
from t,hat greatest commercial centre
of the worhld to every coun mtry am~
people? Golien Medical Uiscovery i;
a concuentratet, potent, alterativye, ot
b,lood-.clealnsinmg remedy, that win:
goldien Opiniions' of' all n' ho use It foi
atliliium'oirs, firm the commtion pimiple
blotch or eruption, to the formidabli
scrofulious swelling. Internal fever
soreniess an<i ulceration, yIeld to its be
iaign influtence. Consutmption, which
is but a form of scrofumlous afrection o1
the lungs, may in its early stages be
Liuredl by a free use of this God-givei
rceedy. See article on Consumprio;
and its t reatment ini ''Invahlds' Guld<
liook"-10 cenits post-psid. Address
Word's Dispensary Medical Associa
tion, Buffalo, N.Y.
W 'oncE5TER, Mass., Feb. 3. '70.
On. Rt. V. P'anaca:
Oear Sir.- Wit1in trembling handl
trom my extreme age, being eighty
lIve, I write to inform you of ihe grea
beiietit your Goblen Medical Discover:
and Pellets have been to me. Thre'
years ago I was p)rostratedi with pneu
monia, and no one thought I wvouh
recover. By the use of those mediolne
I was raised to healh,and by the bless
ing of God and yotur medicines I hay
enjoyed pretty good health sine, al
though for years before this I suffered
from weak lungs and a bad cough.
"Ou, Mrs. Blank I'! exelsimed i
Philadelphia woman, rushing into th<
house q a neighbor, "your son haj
Fone of with a party to fight a duel P
Graeous 1 you don't tell me !" shriek
ed the mot her, throwint her arms wild
a ly over head. "Has-r-oh, dear 1
has he gone-tell me quick I-has h<
gone as a second or Is he one of the
rincepalW1' "Why, he's the chal.
lengd party,and he's one of the prin
t olpals, of course." "0, what a shool
1 you gave me," said the mother, becom
tng calm in an Instant. "I feated h4
had gone as a second, and would bm
brought home badly Wpunded. - If -1i
is only a principal, of dburse he's saf
from all harm," and the sensible wo
man dismirsed the duel from her mind
and entered into anl animated conver.
saton anent the spring fashions.
JENxit JUNE tells of a party of foui
ladies who last year undertook a tri
alone, visting several countries o
Europe, and whose enjoyment was 8t
great at a moderate expense that sever
al other parties will go abroad thil
year. It Is all right for ladies to go
skylarking around alone, but some day
they will see i monster snake nearly a
foot long, or an awfulgrasshopper will
settle on one of their npcks. and then
their enjoyment will not be so great,
and they will wish they had taken a
man along'to kill such beasts.
JoNRS had engaged a man to dig a
well at lils suburban place. Seeing
him a month later Jones asked how he
was getting along with hIs work, and
was told that the well was half done.
Judge therefore of lils surprise when,
a week after title conversation, upon
visiting the premises, he found only a
circle marked in tie earth. Of course
he hunted up the man, and of course
he asked him what he meant by saying
the well was half done. The man very
coolly replied: "So it Is; well begun
is hal If done, yotl know."
"Yas," said Mrs Goodington, sadly,
"h1e was indulging in sequestering ex
ercise. Ilis horse got frightened at
something or othor, and reciprocated
limta to the sidewalk. When they took
him up they found a bad fractions in
lils leg, and it had to be computed to
save his life.'' And the old lady didn't
suy another word for at least fifteen
anlaiutes. She was thinking, as she
afterward said, of the dreadful sights
In the confirmatory."
IT was at the Opera House. The per
formance was about to begin, when one
of the two strangers looked all around
atid said: "Bill, where is the dress
circle ?' Bill glanced up toward tre
third gallery and replied: "I reckon
it Is up yonder; I see a fellow taking
o1 lls coat."
Tui comet discovered by the Ann
Arbor profesior liazi a tall three min
ntes long. An insignificant affAir. The
New York Ledger frequently has a tale
tean months long. A tall three minutes
long is hardly worth our attention, and
no doubt there are persons who will
second us In this view of the comet.
A LADY says that a woman, in choos
ln(P a lover, considers a good deal more
how the man will be regarded by other
women than whether she love him her
self. Some women may; but the men
they sule upon will be regarded by
other women as jolly green to be taken
in by them.
1'RoFI4ssoR : "The ascent of Yesu
viut is extremely dangerous, and it Is
necessary to be very careful. The
mules go up qute easlly." Freshman :
"Whmen you inade the ascent, dId you
go up easily ?" (Uurtain. Freshman
very much interested in something
THEs maa who will wait two hours
for his girl to fr1: her hair to go riding
with him, will swear awfully if his
wife keeps him waiting 30 seconds to
fasten up a stray braid with a hair pin.
A wonTHY citizen asks his neighbor:
"Whiait is this "floating debt" that I
hear spoken of so frequently ?" heigh
bor, looking greatly surprised : "Don't
you knowv? I t's easy enough to see.
It la the "marine bud(get "
ONE reason, why Leadvyllie has no
schaools ia because all the school-ma' ams
who go there find husbands between
the station and the hotels, and don't
care a cent whether schools keeps or
AN exchange publishes a colunn
airticle headed 'Why Chinamen drink
tea." Without reading the article, we
guess that the solution is: Because
thery like it.
AN enthusiastic letter writter says
thant Senator Edmunds' face "renlects
the sonmbre landscape and the savage
grandeur of the sea." He must be a
sort of ground swvell.
A St. Louis rich man dIrew up a will
wvhich wts so pathetically worded that
it moved all his relatives to tears. Ii
left all his property to an orphatr
"M1AMMA," asked a little girl, "why
is it they sing In church "We'll dini
no more," and then go rIght home anc
Regulate first tihe stomach,second the
liver ; espeeially tIhe tirst, soeas to per
form their faunetuonis perf'ectly,and yeu
wvihi remnove at least nineteen-twentietha
of all the ills that maunkind is heir to
In this or any other climate. [Hop Bitb
ters Is the only tihing that.will give
perfectly healthby natural action tot thes
t wo organs.-Maina Parmer
Tua only hope of bald heads-GAk
ntot:R', a al, odiorizeid extract of petro
leum. Every objecioni removed bJ
recent imaprovemenit. It is now fahlt
less. The only cure for baldness and
the muost delleate hair dressing known
A LTIIot'oI manay p)artaes are en.ieav
or.ang to puash ot'her aliar renmedle
io the matarket by spicy advertise
mmerts, I.'ar. H.alt's Couag h Syrup take
athe ie'td and the lhtugg lets are selinj
more thani ever bea ore. Price, 259onta
I'IMmet.xcu AND) [h(MOas ON THlE FAcE
-In this coanditionm of the skinr the
Vxou'rNcms te great remedy, as it act
dlirectly upon tihe cause. It cleanses ane
putrifles the bloode, thereby cauasing u
more of tall kinds to dIi appear
SOny, Th Ro.r. CoUQon, Ce: D and simni
lair troubles, if sumlred to progress re
sit ini serlous l'ulmOnary Aflectfons
o1 ent:me~s incurable. "Broton's Bron
chh'i Troches" reach directly the seat c
time disease, and give almost instan
AvomD A ('o-TvE lIABIT 07 DODY, nibt oni
becaus~e of the atteninga dise0omtomt, but ita
I t enagenmder d.iaeasee involving more seriou
conu.equ aaes. Dr. Jan's itanative P,lie ar
eihrLxt ye or Oahau, agvrg th
. eidy Msen, another experi
inenter 104he Aeld of orytalliing c*l -
bon, has, cording to Xture, discov
ere a sub4tinoe in wtich carbon is
solible, and from which it crystallizes
partly in graphite like, partly in ada
mantine forms. The adamantine crys
tals exhibit beautiful octohedral shapes
tinder the microscope, and scratch sap
phife readily. There seeuisevery rea
son to regard them as true diamonds.
Little Is known yet of the process used
In making d1auonds by Dr. H1anny, of
Glasgow; but the Herald of that city
sayB that the method involves the sim
ultaneous application of enormous pres
sure-probably many tont on the square
Inch ofsurface-and a very high tem
perature ranging up to a dull-red heat.
It may be said that the process is the
outcome of a thoroughly schitific Inves
tigation into the subject of solution and
not a "happy-go-lucky" hit. "We un
derstood,' says the Herald, "hydrocar
bon compounds have been used in the
process, Put we have some hesitation in
concluding that the crystalline carbon
is of necessity obtained by the dissocia
tion of these compounds, By and by,
hdikever, that point will doubteas be
satisfactorily established. So far as we
can learn, Mr. H1anitay's experiments
were not all successful, there being, It
Is said far more failures than successes ;
the la;ter, however, occurred near the
end of the series, thus showing that the
operater had become familiar with the
condition under which the dissociation
of the carbon wa, effected, and its sub
sequent deposition in the crystalline
form. It- would seem that up to the pre
sent only very small orystalline parti
cles have been obtained, and hence the
process must be an exceedingly expen
sive one to produce a real gem- some
thing like spending, to speak roughly,
?5 or X0 to get five shillings."
The use of petroleum as fuel Is incream
ing. It is much cheaper than coal,
and when some device for a petrolmum
burner can be perfected, which must
be within a short period, we look to see
the consumption of petroleum sensibly
ttffect the demand' for coal.
-INTOXIOATINO lquors produce di.
arrhaa or conrsipationl, ald a torpid
condition of the liver,resulting in gen.
eral debility ani Inertuess of mIntd.
To overcome this prostration, apaIL is
again made to the liquor as a stanillant
only to Increase the gastric diatur banco
The juldiclots application of such a
tonic as Simmons' Liver Regulator
would strike at the very root of tihe evil
by correcting the coniiition o' the liver,
exciting the bowelq to aetion, or cor
recting their losenes, stimulating the
kidneys and removing the feeling of
general dopsesson, and with it the
craving for l1quor.
"This is to certify that I suffered
with the Gastritus for four months,and
could. not be relieved until I procurced
Dr. Simmons'Liver Regulator,and was
entirely cured in a short time.'
. T. TuoRN'rO.Coman's Well.V
air. P'arllngtn says
Don't take ally of the qaek rostrums,
as they are regimental to the llumatn
cistern; but put. your trust in 11op
Bitters, whichl will ctire general dilap
Idation, costive Iabirs anil comic dis
eases. Thev saveil I -vae from a severe
extract of tripod fovpr. Thay are the
neplu; unn o01 nii O i 1N e .--- o ton Globe
Nature often cures disease but when she
does, it to always by expelling in some way or
other the cause. Kidney-Wort effectually aids
nature in doing this, and th-e is why i per
forms so many great cures--MERcURT.
PR. C. w.. IINNSON's CKIL(tRY A (:lI.iI_r|igg
PILJj are pri pfaed exprea,sty to cure 8.ck Itund.
acho, Nervous ldache. Neu-agIa. No vous
ne:ss. StL-eplessoness, Par alv,,ia and In~g stIon,
and4 wilt cure any case. Price. tO em s, a ox, or
6 boxes for $2.60. Posr. free. PAteoKg IIA.9's &
order at once.0 t(stactlon' guarntcel.
A Valuable Gift Free.
A book on the Liver its diseases and their
treatment sent free. knoludin g treatises upon
Liver Complaints. Tornid Liver, Jaundice,
iliousniess, Headacbe, Const.ipation, Dyspep
ala, Malaria, etc. Address Dr. Sanford, 162
Broadway, New York city, N. Y.
and udd uretlons ,f youth :ervous wo,lc-ee,. earty
deah b's of m,aneo. etc., I l end a t
remedy wa dscoveredb a melsonarytio houl
JoliMPlII J. IkEAb, Station D, New York city.
The Voltale Belt Ce., Marshall, Mich.
Will send4 their eelebrated Electro Voltaic
Bolts 6o the afflicted upon 80 days's trial.
Speedy cures guaranteed. They mean what
they say. Write to them without del4Y.
The Best Medicine.
FasRPoRT, Ill., sopt. 2r, 1879.
B. It. STEVENs. Boston :
Dear.8!r-I have .been using your valuable
med.ctnb, fogetine, for General Debtilt,y. and
have no hesit*Alonan sayingc h it I O. aider it,
one of.the beat, if not Cte best medictuocAin th.
market for a general invigorator an I Blo ,d
Pur,fier. 3.11. PoRTER.
V EC ETIN E
GIV1 GENERAL SATISFACTION.
1.diptions of the Skin, Ohron'to Sore Eyes
and General Debilit,y,
Read what Dr. Ssmnanons Says:
V3RONA. Miss., June 8, 1578.
Ma.fl. R. FTvENA, Bost on:
I have used Vegetmne in my. family for L,w,
years and cordially recommend It, as a remec.iy
for Eruptions of the Skin, Chronic sore Ey es
and General Debilit y. I have also r commenided
itt ia,many persons in:this -ection, and I
Very respectfully, Din. J. J. 81MMOMS3.
Youir ver valua'le mu'lieine. Ve'getino,. re.
stored the sht, to my 1i1 tie daughter, saved i er
ftota bein blnd, and I have no doubt savo.,
her life, very grat.efuly,
M418. J. J. 81IMMON.4.
WITH SV0EI BENEFIT.
REsoYCAN., wis., Nov. 15, 1579.
S.T.R TYSKS, 1Boton:
Dear Bir.-l can iutiv testify to the emetene.)w
- of your Vegttnoe as a Great. Blood Puriiier, h-ev.
inlg used it, during the last seven months wtI 1
such benenlt Fours truly,
W. 0.8T. SURE. Drug,,isl.
Vegetino i Sold by All Druggists.
77A Y EA R and axperses to am'it..
Outfit Free. Address P. 0.
VicK EIY. Augstsa, Maine.
,Iohnson's Anodyne iAnnent will posi
tively p:evont this terrible disease, and will
poitvy cure nine eases in ' en. Informa ion
tha ?wll Save many lhves sent free oy mail.
Don't delay a moment. Prevention is bottet
p than cure, Siemd everywhere,
I 0, 590UNSM * 0. mswg.v, ua,
Forilry he Ny'es'm
And yon ar oio I mui 1 a sento 'he finest ton
ror 1is pur 1IM(-I I. lostettere somt tc llitters, whic
rendet iistan ion utu il enmlpate, counlteract
bt ou-no4. is,tit keeps thu biwl- In order, ie d i
eti l .l ftid 11sso0i .. iI t 11" 4ilecl, tis iat 01411 onl)
he bsn.s.a t-d abAn il reAttliated by Its ufse bI
doenne n.y bhIH-ed'rAulbmi1
For salo by al Drugglets a..l Dooors generally.
The Onl Medicine
That Acts at tho Same Time on
The Liver, the Bowels and the Kidneys.
These great organs are the natural cleans
ors of the system. If thoy work well. health
will bn perfeott if they become clogged,
dreadful diseases are sure to follow with
Blllousnems, Headache, Dyspepsia, Jaun
dico, ConstipatIon and Pileq, or Kid.
noy Complaints, Gravel, Diabetes,
or lihounatle Pains anad Aches,
are developfed because Ihe blond to poisoned
with the , umors that should have been
will restore the healthy action and all these
destroying evils will be banished ; neglect
them and you will live but to auffer.
wil adld one moro to the number. Take It
and hcalt will once more gladden your heart.
Wh Sungertoneer ftos thotormat eftas Aellow baet I
% by bear such distrms frOM 00o111stIOU L.adPflas I
KIDnnr.Won-r will cure you. Try a pack.
ago at once and be satisited.
It is a dry vegetable compound and
Ono Packagemakes six quarts of Medicine.
Your Drugg4t hat it. or wtil get it for
you. [Ist upon haniy t. Price, $1.W.
WELL8, RICHARDS011h CO., Propritors.
13 (Will send post a!.) Durlington, Vt.
correspond to sull ei iit spectalem, apply
D. N. C. GRAY, Optician,
28 N. TWELFTl street,
Ampertus' c#tebratd singa %Breeh-loiading Phe
an at *1a tip. Diabao-barrel Breech loaderm o
3up. 3issa and l1rouc'-l sintm a Guns, Rits
And Pastols)t mnost apprtaiv- iElish eald America
Makes. All kinds of tp,ortia Iipments ad airti
cl-a required by i n. and ain-makerse.
COAT*b NP.W I?F1i'I- l-160A 4ING LDoUDWJ
OUNS at .150 uip-tlie best guns yet,pmadq lor th
orice. Prce on applca IoU.
JOS. C. GRUBB & CO.,
712 Market St., Philada., Pa.
lhe 01.1 RelIable Concentrated Lye for F AM IL1
WO k~ MA II NO d rctis, nesatan eseb ca
U is iuit weight a nd sir usclti.
ASK~ FO1L 8APO)NIIE,
A ) N DlTARK NO ,'TI IgR.
PEN N'A VA LT IA NUF'O CO., PHIL AD
sie w renardjel as the $T ANDAIITD A UTIJOlItT
aml Bs o r'cosmmaua.ded Ib liryanit B.smsrellow, What
tier aumstnor, iiauta.ea, Irsu, .1aaiar.p, Aarn.a
alas, ao. Ea vont-es ,m Mhare,m StephenCBs, inmc
F.-it.t, Iiitn51-tia aiemmine~ar, andia a los amn i ty
urnstiisaa.rihei -ch'larat-, aitd I,, l,.aa les re
cgilizo..a s athtsly by ta lIepar tte is.mts of oui
fatzumaie 5ta~ sja.I is a s il i n a nsdup. dlby man
UTaaeasgedl Qumart-a Iir ~'aaanry Profusel
I l.all -raisaa . Laus ary ..hunp. .. o na~s.
Cossmprelsenai e KOel lear y. Ilust rated
1Ziauo. Aliasi ra.es S..,
Pom het Dictioanarsy. lius:rated. lmno. Cloth
tu cc..; rasaa, l,.xab,u, a erl,
"'I ira lasat LmagBisha evrl'ers amd the most part Icuha
Am acsmy erm-- aUoltraiU'ST)'it a.sBheir an
orc sl B e .at tla.ks.tesn w'll be sent by mal
5. B3. LtPI'5NCOETT & CO., PlIaiiadelplai
off lasnuean,oaE. manoo
oned by the tr'ain of ters toiinoverm -
tiaulam'is ad ns to ar larra norveaun
H op Bitters, wasto. use Nap B,
If yous are oun ad sfoering from ay In
ti or sinagl. old o younqsu irngt fro
es. rely on H o p Bitters.
.Whoevor yvou aro Thousands die an
whenever you ice nually iroma soamo
na2eds-leans.ton. ies t a 1ii
t altotro * HopBitters
pepasa, ktdaaneu -- 0.g 3. 0.
"as"aais Is an absoluto
luver or neres dunkenness.
You will beoacc,r
cured.~ ~j~~ia u ua narcotIes.
Ityouaroim. Soldhy drug
.gra" NEVB ste.
saved hun- Roeheter,N. v.
T HE PERCUSON
Surpasses all otherq in quantity and qualit,y of
which makes busttor of the. ha t to xture, flavor, and
an B oalora; iscomnst.antly at thea correct temp eract
saves t'reoifurlthePtu s eNub aswitls
thoebest,labora.ivlndcvlees , e, loats or vaddle
largce i tld. Ileor ban -ne a oth r O5lavn n.
trated circular to Tu ts itEliIIJOUNI(1
- by Oroc
- $If A&
WN n MOSWH
o an e no sweeter and better olietfoi
oonai.jor th. mne, we t the bo an, t o .
fUNDAY 'u'kw1tho1ghts Tb t
?01,trlry,s F of stfood 1XIavoh lt
, rut tWn vers he eite yerosi
III oa ttlit wit lo,* P rIloue le.% 66 Re t v sn
600" downs, Tho tdon~ hii 1n, a "A h 16. Oar
g9ritill taken alutoott fman d14a
dernte at-d9eauty. Jrhere ar? 326 sotuse; allgood,
one. TihIto R,)boo will bie rual Idtoan A;efo
8%csnlejZrnps. Bly A. J. Atr eynafd JMl
cente. or 03 por dosn.
TEMPHRANON JEWELI4.(35 oae. or*1 t per do.)
TEMPIEERANOR LIGHT, (11ote., or #10 per X0V.1
dh-.@oe xtra good onperance Slnss Books,
difin~g f.in riconi aloj, ut no in quallit 7
oralloo Jewels to by J it. j e4iny an.1 103. 5.47
611a f,nd 'lenrperance Light by George u.
1168 indA. IL servo..
TOIPs NUDDS' NATIONAL 14t400L "aOR
TMWE RN 5) ORAN. By W. F. suos (IM., I
--r. S. i -wel-k nowi a9 on of our best composoro
fair Ilie P'inner' rte. 1 lienw School ot-ft3ilaa
deal of fine lnt le. aui n g-ood to struottv onrate, 4w
ha the 014PnMnda114tIfIn ut a ItderAtO pr.o.
Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston.
J. 10. DITSON & C. 2botaut St.. PhIga.
yyou: wish to see the Iftures of 11
THEo tt ro hutioncior wife, togethoew IA
TO THE toornarr o
ago color or eyes fni ha r, anaOr
.-8.1 c4akIts non or 10CenTD~OSW
CURIOUS. stamaps, to I A tI
A GiAT OFFER u'w*e.i111""
sordeU Wnrnusteil a y'e"M' som
IIVolif jumforou4iitll sit 3n.ain. 4lUt*Z4
Wlssl#e. 1iatrated VATA1A 44 1*0.
lilOgRACE WATI M at CO., 840 Broadw*7,
Da. .UDGN'StlaR andil pleasing method of treat.
inent or Deafnexa, U~alarrit. ok4ttens, Ionsumption,
lircincltloo, o 0 t, Cold., Norvonest and LUDi
Comiplaints it wtelt c10801vol Or 1itC011e. Send fot
pan phlet or call -id bou III
tr tromi nit part. of tte
ont.Triatl froo ait vur I
eiio ' lkarxi; 'for colta- *
. t t b
b. trotoro to 11ft- I-rij, 79M,3. ttpwo
MAKE HENS LAY,
An Fnglisl Voternary Furpeon and Chemiat now
ati,teling i I licoulli Y. salla Ihttt nloato tle Hor
and 4,tililo poiut-ttrt I.Vre fie %~ortltem trasth. no
ias that t hecrldal's t onaition Pouderp arti abso
littelyyI tire 01t41 l"Into Ittsely itt.&iI. K othillo
earth will nake Lens lay like lheriden's -ondilo
Pod os . ]) at, on.o i , mn its oin V fed
.-(old everywhere. or sent.bY niallir let lete
stanie. 1. 8. JOHN .O & (.0., Dan&or, Me.
M tCROSCOP ES,
Opera latiats, Therotuters, Eye Gass,
Up-etaclvs, 13a ototore, at Greatly Redued Prices.
R. & J. B Ed K,
a1Fnu fReturltt~ Opticians. 1ote~tiphlit. Sends
tpe r iltiltrate d Citoxitti of 144 figeson, ftd
m rttt tt ii.te taer.
Morils Ine 1abit Cmred in e
EE~I 11042041181ya. Me pitytlt Clurod.
OPIUM liat. J. ~iat~tLe4antill Ubix
Sturdivant's Great Catarrh Remely
th t areeable and offoctual remedy ia
the world for the cure of OATARRII. oget,
from what cause, or how long standing, by giving
STUROIVANT'S CATARRH REMEDT
a fair and impartial trial. you will eien et
this fact. Titse fill dfcls lq very pleasant andca
abe token by the most delicate utomach P of sal by
111Druisagnl bUHLLOWAY& AU6., 03 A&%
AGENTS WANTED FOR TIHE
Embracing fuaetan enriMe a ntsofdvn
htory of tt rise agesfllo thtr ee. an toa
th w: rnoiavlt , tditcoveiry and sOttle
t'e nt.s e oe lhistory of oth i e rad eg andb.
iiahe,d. 8.nd 10r speoimnan pages and extra I.rena te
NAT ION AL PUNL !I8IING 00., Phnladelphia, Pa.
AREMIED WNN'CUNDUCIING CEMEN
RETAIN THE HEAT LONGER.
DONOT BURN THE AN.
1 ON BOT HWAS
These answering an Aevertisement wil
*onfer a favor upon the Advertiser and the
Publisher by etating that they eaw the.adver
tisemnant In this bolirnal inamtings' thpse
but ter made. It. soonres matured an d ripened oon
of uneqtualed keeping quality. ItL excludes files, du
tre (58* to 6U*; has roome for the ceam and butter, and
et'he ee rater "'and both slimmeraand winter.it
it. liringe the b utter in granular forrn,dan scres he
(9. a nany t aiatie &Pents' ant
'der makes "Olt-Edge"' Ratter the year reuna. Cos.
eo and the Seience of Chemhbtry applied to Ditten'
July, August and Winter utoer nade equal to the
e product. Increses prodnet 6 per enit. Impro
it least 20 peei cent. Reduces labor of churning ens.
revents Batter becoming rancid. Improves market
o o cents a pound. Gunaranteed free from all in.jurtee
nts. (lives a nie (olden Color the year round. S
orlh will produce $8.00 in increase of produet ad
raise. Can yon make a better inesitmentt Rewire
itilons. Geuino sold only in boxes with trade.
>f dlairymaid, wogether with words "GILT-EDCIN
a MiAKER" printed on each package. Powder soi
erv and General Store-keepers. Ask your dealer for
k "tlltntg to Butter-Makers," or send stamp to as
BmaIl size, %~ lb., at 25 cents; Large size. 9 S..
Ora saving by buying the larger siaa.
*" BUTTER IMPROVEMEft C0. PieVra,