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Loading the Camel.
In India, the camel is used fully at
much as the elephant as a beast of bur,
den. IIe Is not so powerful as the ele
phant, but he can carry an enormoui
load on his back. le does not do s4
willinglf, however, and Is by no meani
the patIent, docile servant that the ele
phanitsoon becomes under proper train
lg. When I first went to India as i
young man I was connected with i
mercantile firm in the northwest po
vinces, and while there I had abundan
opportunity of studying the camel, foi
tieans of carriage in that part of th(
country In those days was confined t<
elephants, camels, bullocks and men
Ilorses were not used as beast of bur.
den. Every day camels and elephantf
were driven up to our oluce door and
loaded with wine and beer cases loi
far away customers. The eleplhani
would go clumsily down on his great
knees and allow himself to be loaded
without an indication of discontent. ]
have no doubt that he would have per
mitted himself to be loaded until ie
was crushed to the earth beneath the
woight of lils load, had his driver seen
lit to pile on the boxes. But the
camels receiving their burdens was i
8pectacle never to be forgotten. They
niever varied in their behavior, and
every one that I ever saw loaded-and
I have seen thousands-acted in pre
elsely the same mainner. The camel,
wheiin loaded, is invariably chewing the
cud. Ills long, crooked Jaw is in per
pettial motion, ai.d when he is told to
ie down to receive lits burden lie doeE
so without varying this Inic.ssait mas
ticatory process. le awkwardly bends
his fore knees, drags his hind legs un
der him, and comes to the ground with
a curlous kind of flop. All this time
his Iong, melancholy face shows not
the slightest indication that le knowp
what lhe Is lying down for; and this
nmistakable hypocrisy, I think staiImps
ihe camel as an animal of a very high
order of intellect. But in a few secondF
the expression o tie camel's face ul
dergoes a striking alteration. As le
sees the driver approaching him with
a box on lis, shoulder he seems at last
to uIderstands the lldign)itV and torture
to whlleh lie is about to be submitted,
aiad Ile as(on10ishm In lit, viritilouls 1id1g.
alittlon, anld distnaiy Oin tlie ill-used
animal's countenance ought certaingly
to iake some impression oi the stony
heart of th(. d iver. They never hav
the siigliest Ollect. The man bids the
1i rst box oii the w retelied anlnmal's baik,
aild goes away to get another. 'T'len
tie camel, wisely abandomng lils efforts
to move man to eomupassion, I)OiIts hh
hIairy nose upward, and howls lis
wrongs to the skies. "Never in circus,
pantonime or show have I seen any
lug half so ludicrous as the camel
qppearance at that moment. Il Is tipperi
li) is curled back tromn the teeth, hi
uinder liy doubles up and drols downi
as though le had no further Iuse for it,
his great iiouth opeis so wide that one
enn see about half yard down his throat,
and out of the caver'n thus revealed
camne a series of' the moist astonishming
howls that ever' startled the air--howl,
of such subject misery that it is dil
cult to avoid the conclusion that the
camel's heart Is breakinig, and this inm
priessionl is strengthened b)y the tears
t.hat now copiously downm the wailing
anine's olonigated cheeks amnd tdrip:
from the endu of his nose. in the utter
aniee of each note cof woe the camel
seems to be exertling the ultmost power
of his lunigs, buit, lie is all the time hold.
lug a large force ini reserve., and, as the~
driver adds box after box to the pmle on
lisk back, a howl mor'e rcsonant, and
heartiiding than the last, testihles to
each addition to the creatuire's misery,
antd never', except whelin lie is aibsolute'.
ly enigaged in trumpeting his agoniex
into space, are the great watery eyem
of the camel removed from t,he person
01' his persecutoir; they follow lhin'
wherever lie goes, anmd express thrzougli
their tears conltemp)t, lud ignmations, as
toisahmient and dismiay. I thinmk ii
must, have been this extraordiniar3
habit on the parit ot' the 'ship of' thn
desert' that, gave rise to thme well-knxo.va
exp)ressIin 'It's theo last that, straw
breaksthie camel 's back.' Hatt the ECastera
dlri ver hats no fear of any such'l catas
trophle, and lies up the load iant,ii i
ieacheos almost the pr'oporttons 0of at
elepihtant's bur den. Th'len the casea
being boun d i'ast w ithi ropes, the camel
is told to r'ise, and the an imel, feelinga
,hant lie has con.seetiously done lhi
whole duty by enlterl.ig his prmotest, al
evei'y stage ot' the wvork, contentedly
accep)ts the uinavoidaible results, stops5
lis tears, suppr'esses lisa cries, gets uij
on lisa feet and resuminug his occuipa
tiona of chewing the cud, Is ready foi
the week's march that uuialy l ies he
Water from Wells,.
Tlhe cari bonic aclid which gives dr'inik
Iug-water' an agreeable taste may occui
not only in a pure1, good sp)rinig,but ahs(
in water cominig fi'om ver'y imut
sources, aund en)teing water as8 the Ilnal
pr'oducmt of decompositLion of organki
imatter of tihe grouaid, lIerr I'op)fel
miadle a number of observations in re.
gard( to its (quality in ai ver'y impurii'
wellh at Prague, comp11arlig wit,h yarha.
(ions ini the p)ositioni of the gi'ounxd aund
at the atmosp)her'ie pre'ssuire, and ais(
with variatins of t,he amo.int or t,hu
chlor'ine p)resenmt. The results to bi
mnotedi were :1. Thie p)roport,ionl of car.
bonic acid ini water is dlif'erenit at duf.
erent depths of 0one anid the samei deej
well, and deoroaces fr'om below uap
wvard. 2. Pumped water dilit's in pr~o
p)ortioni of CO2 from that got from thi
sameo well when the latter is takor
fm'om the surface; whereas pumnpet
water and taken froam a depth shoy
similar proporton5 of 002. 3. Th(
002 of water increases when the bai'o,
meter fil , and vice versa. 4. With th<
rising of the ground thme amount o1
chalorinte appeared also to 'ise. Li. TIhe
variations in proportions of chilorine
anid carbonic acid in water shows tot
little agi'eemnent to allow of using th<
latter as a measure of the impurity o
water, These p)oints should be uasefu
in mnakitng analyses of well water.
CHAM Cnsti.s-Xhe easiest cheese t4
make, and one which is most apprecla
ted with salad, is cream cheese. Th
best time for them is when the g'ass I
so rich in early Summer. Let a t1 pai
of milk stand thirty-six hou:s; take th
cream off as thick as possible, and sti
Into it about a teaspoonful of salt hay,
two saucers ready, with any old diane
napkin or linen cloth folded doubli
over them; pour half the cream Inti
each, and let them stand twenty-fou
hours. By that time the water wil
have run away Into the cloths. leavinj
the cream solid. If not quite firm lai
another linen cloth over them, and le
them stand a few hours longer. Thei
take a saucer in each hand, and put twi
shades of cream together; with thi
cloth mould the cheese into a rouni
form, about an inch thick; wrap it ul
in a clean cloth, leave it for twenty
four hours when if the cloth is verj
damp, put on a fresh one.. In four o
live days it is ieady. If attended ti
daily, and the cloth changed occasion
ally, they will keep good a fortnight o
more, putting on a wet one when thi
cheese Is getting too dry.
Another kind of cream cheese, ani
preferred by some as not being quite si
rich, is to take about a pint of' fresh riel
cream, stand It in a warm place undis
Curbed for two or three days until It be
comes cardled; pour off the whey, sal
the curd slightly, place a folded clotl
in a soup iplate, pour In the curd
let it stand1 twenty-four hours, thei
change into a fresh cloth. If the lin t
becomes very wet the second or thir
day, change it again ; in a % e -k tb
cheese is ripe. When cheeses are beilnj
made, many young people enjoy a plau
of curds, and whey with a little suga
or fruit; the time to take it out Is jus
before breaking up the curd. Use
saucer to cut out a large slice, as itIs s
much nicer to break up while.eating It
When curds are to be had cheese-cakei
are so easily made that I will add m:
receip) for making them: In makinj
cheese, when the curd is well drained
before salting It, take two or thre
breakfast cups of curds, and beat I
through a colander or line sieve, add t,
It a slice of butter, beaten smooth, tw
eggs well beaten, a dust of salt, a litti
nuitmeg, thiee tablespoonsful of creati
some fine)y cut canned lemon-peel,
small tea-cup of currants, with mols
sugar to taste ; beatall up well and lin
some pattypans with puir paste; put I
the cheese cake, but do not quite fIl
SALT Foin ANIMALS.-Many farmer
are very stingy in the matter of supl)ly
Ing animals with salt. They seem t,
think that the money invested In sal
for alilials is virtually thrown away
and they study how to avoid this loss a
far as possible. Occasionally a farime.
will flnd thait some sheep will live si:
moniths without eating salt, and hI
lo3es no time in inliig his discover;
known to the world. A large propoi
tioii of farmrs furnish salt to thei
ainimls but once a week. On these oc
casions they eat so much of it thitat the:
feel uncomfortable during the follow
lug day. Stock of all kinds should hav
salt constantly withinl their reach
whether they are li the yard or pasture
It ia very easy to keep a supply of sal
in an open box in a shied where cattl
call have free tcess to it. It reqire
but little ingenuity to erect a salt-bo:
in i pasture so that its coitents wil
not be wasted. All that is required I
a langinig roof, that can be moved b:
tAie ieads of cattle and sheep. Wici
cattle have a sup)ly of salt alway
within their reach they will never ea
so mnuch at any time as to render theoi
uncomfortabie. Salt ls not a luxury
but a nlecessity, and it should be suli
plied without stint. Animals knios
better L,uan their owners (10 how oftel
they require salt. Any stoek ewne
would object to being alioweti to tast
sait but oncLe a week.
D)ie.VONsInnE CnEAl --l ('a personl ha
had no practical experience, the prope)
way of' scalding milk so as to produe
''clotted'' or "Dlevonshire cream" I
not an easy one0 t.o (discover, Ilie
thie dairy is badly situatedi, and thi
milk likely to suifer fromi heat, it (Lh
nuilk) shouid always stand twenity-foum
houirs before lacig niear the firn
The pans shiouli never be p)ut over
Ilame', nor)!, it it could be helped over al
open1 fir'e at all, but on tihe top of
closed range or' stove. Ilt is dIliloult I.
give an exact idea of the time it shouli
take; tha tiust dlepend on the temper
aturec of' the range ; but the pans11 shoul'
not be kept, on too long, or' in the sumi
mer1 i tme thme milk will become sou
durling tihe prmocess. When fIrst putt o:
they should be0 kept well back fronm hi
lirec for about twenty minutes, so as
heat graduarl ly, then be dri'awn 1 near'e
by dhegrees. Wh'len the sur'face of thm
milk is cover'ed wit,h a yellow skini, an
tiny air bubbles begin to r'ise all eve
it, It, is suiil'eintly heated, sand shouli
be taken laay to cool before b)eing pu
backel again iuto the dairy. An hoeu
and a hail' ought to b( sillelenit timet
allow on a we'llI-heated r'ange.
IT 11 has bee r'ecommiuended, wh'ler
sheep have been killed by dogs, to ski
what, tihe depi'edators 11uny3 leave of thel
carcasses, and1( lIberally inoculate th~
defunct muitttoni with sLtrychniine. Rot
dogs and foxes are obliged to sucuml
to tis dose(. Oine farmer has quilete
many113 dogri th11,Is wa'ly,t-s imany as foui
in 011e nliht.
RAse'nnnl t.:s sihould no01 be ailowe
.siuker' too f'rely. Five or six nie'
canes to a hill are enough and ii anl
mor0e aippear' they should be hoed ou
Mono's Deaa S.1.
"or' bitterness and promis11cuous1 meat11
ness theo water of Mono Lake sur'pas
those of tile D)ead Sea, Califor
nla. They03 contain so mu ich atlkaili thle
on a windy dlay the lake ia a regula
tub of soapaudsi. TheIi writer' has see
a wvall of lather five feet high along th
whole of the shoi'e against which th
waves were beating. Oc~casionalIy 1,.h
wind would take isp a1 bunch or ti
lather us big as a bushel basket, an
carry It sev'eral liihunredl ('ect 1 ladami
So buoyant are the watei's of the iak
that q ute a p)arty of men01 may nasvigal
them on1 a raft, miade of four 01 lIve dr'
cottonwood poles. Oat in the lake at
Islands of rock, laiva-lhke conetioml
Lthrough which streams of waiter bo]
up, Th'Ie water of these springs is lik
-that 0of the lake, but in onie p)lace is
large spr'ing o1 fresh w ater'. Th'lis
n tear' the nort,hwest cornier of the laks
and at a ploint whiere there is a dept
of eight or teln feet of water, It Is
sort of fountain. A column of free
water, some three foot in diameter
projected upward with such force thu
it rises to a hecighlt of at least t,wo fem
above the general level of tihe lake I
forml of' a mound or knoll, and makes
rippling noise thlat can be heard a com
Ssiderable dlistancee. But for tile fat
that this fountain has a depth of eli
or ten feet of water to contend again
it would probably rise to a con sl der a1
height in the air.
ANY one can make a better eau-de.
- 1ologne 'than that ''iloh is uIuall 1,
Sb,ug ht by thoroughly disso nga e
itul dracfim of the oils of berkamot a
i orange and rosemary, each with hall 11
a a drachm of neroll and a pint of recti-, 4
r fed spirits. It is also prepared by a
B simply mixing with one pint of reotl- a
r tied spirits two fluid draohms each of sa
3 the oils of bergamot and lemon, one of d
the oil of orange, and half as much of tj
r that of rosemary together with three a
quarters of a drachm of neroil and v
four drops each of the essences of *9- ,
bergrie and musk. If this is suloe. b
quely distilled It makes what a ia
be called a perfect cologne, but It be- e
comes exceedingly line by being kept y
tightly stopped for two or three
months to ripen and mellow before
Titi CADUAGI wonb.-After several f
years' trial we find hand-p pking, when
tite plants are young, and hot water
after. the head Is formed the easlest, t
safest and most effectual remedy for
the green cabbage-worm. If active,
children are paid a small sum per
hundred, early in the season, they are
glad to earn a little money, and will
usually make thorough work, especial- d
ly If the price is double I as the insects
become scarce. When the heads are
formed, a little practice will enable the
operator to judge how budden a dash '
of hot water from the watering-pot Is a
necessary to prevent injury to the y
leaves. Sometimes the edges of the ,
leaves are scorched, but the head being 0
solid Is not eAsIly harmed.
To suffer and be pleasant is'almost
impossible for an adult, and quite so t
for a baby. When It is aftlhoted with '
Colic, Dlarrhoa or other troublesome
disorders, use Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. a
Price 25 cents.
To MAKE MEAT 'T'ENDER.-If the fact a
can be demonstrated to a cook that n
tough meat may be made tender by
a softening the fibres with the action of
> .a little vinegar, there will be no reason e
why she should thereafter send a tough
a steak to the table. If she can be con- 0
vinced that Is better to turn It over on a
r a pl.ite containg a little vinegar, salad A
t oil and pepper, four or five times In a P
couple of hours, instead of trying to 0
make it tender by battering it with a 6
rolling pin or cleaver, and so forcing t
out all its juices she must be obstinate s
indeed if she prefers the latter method,
a and the sooner her services are dis
- ponsed with the better for the temper "
and stomach of her employer. c
'TEA drinker now-a-days will do well gj
to apply the following alnple tests to tl
the tea purchased of their grocers: a
Turn out the infused leaves, and If b
they are found a good brown color, 11
with fair zubstance, the tea will be
wholesome; but If tye leaves are black
and of a rotten texture, with an oily t
appearance, the tea will not be fit to
drink. The purer the tea, the more
the distinctively brown color of the
leaf stikes the attention. The mixing 1
that is frequently adopted to reduce
prices results in the two kindsof leaVes
being supplied together. It is imuport
ant to see that the leaves have the ser
rated or saw-like edges, without which 81
no ten Is genuine, i
'lli bi-:aDNINo preparations of c
Opium for the B.iby are rapidly dis
appearing before the use of Dr. Bull's '
1Btby Syrup. Sold by all Druggisa. O
PrJhice 25 cents.
- To GnIr.L suEEP's TiONGUEcs.-Take a
v four sheep's tongues and lay them 14
1 salt and water for two or three hours; i
r then boil in fresh water with half a. a
B toasponjful of salt.; when cooked re
move the skin, and divide the tongue
in twvo in its lenigth. Put themi to stew
r with a bunch of hecrbs, sonme celery and d
a few muzshrooms ; pep)per slightly anid
add a haf-teaspoonful of salt, and addd
a piot of took i stew slhghtly ; remove
the tonigues, dust them with bread U
crumlbs and1( broli on a griroh. Mtrain a
r the sauce andit serve.
P'EKIN DUCKs.-The Pekin dlucks areb
Sgenerally well sp)oken of. Thezy are
ciaimed to he great layers, giving as
Smany eggs in the couirse of a year as a.
good hien; their yield of feathers Is ~
nearly as grear. as that of a goose, and ~
Itheir quality for the table is equal to
-the best in the duck line.
1 VimmixIE ia acknowledged by ali ~
a classes (of polie to he the best and most p
a reliablc blood puriier in the world,.
SAw-D)UsT MANUE.-Trhe manure
:1 pro luced by sawdlust when used( as a
r' bedn o horses Is said to be a bettor
i etlzrfor certain gardeni crops than
t any other. Whenm mixed with the soil ~
~'In which Celery is grown, It is daid to
0 greatly benefit those plants.
e llow 'ro FIGHOTEN OFF Cnows.-Fire
a crackers are said to lbe an effectual a
.r methodl of keeping crows out of the
e corn-fild, as the birdA dislike the (
Ssmell of powder, and the boys do love ~
b the fun i of iring the crackers, and
Lcrows dislike both noi.e and smell.
GINGER SNAP.-Iioi together one
pint of' molasses and teacupful of but- ~
LI ter. Let it stand till cool; add two [
v tablespoonn ginger, and one teaspoon
3' flu soda, flour to roil. Bake quick, in
tzin rounds, on a llat sheet. . I
TnEs hen always knows the man that a
robis her nzest. She is always laying
t roetamiation by tine Fresaente
IFault-fInding 18 so seldom Indulged
rIn by those who use the medicines
a manufactured by the World's Dispen. I
e sary Medical Asesociation that the Presi-f
e den t of that corporation, the Hion. R. i
eV. Pierce, M. D. has issued a special
eri'quest Or procl.amatonl to any and
5 all persons, If there be any such, who
LI may have taken or shall hereafter use
,any of the family medicines Onow ade
e anid sold by the said Association, in all
countries of the world, and who haye
enot derived full benefit from si
Y medicines, that If they will write the
e said Association a description of their
maladies the Faculty of the Dispensary a
'will advise them with respect to the
successful treatment of their diseases.
0 Dr.Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery t
a is guaranteed to cure all humors from
a the common blotch, pimple or eruption,
to the worst acreofula or king's evl,
and those virulefft poisons that lurk in
the system as a sequtel or secondary af-.
a feotion resulting from badly -treated or e
hi neglected primary diseases. It also cures
a bronchial, throat and lung diseases.
.t Favorite Prescription is guaranteed tot
cure female weaknesses and kindred
taff'ections. Extract oh Smart-Weed
n~ cures bowel affections, colds and all
a p)ainful, rheumatic and neu rai~c affec
a. tions. Dr. Pierce's Pellets (iitte sugar
t coated p ills), are the little giantocathar
it ie. Address, World's Dispensary t
mt Medioal Association, Buffalo, N. Y., or
>l .Great Russell Street Buildings, Lon
WIT AND HUMOR.
JAITLr Mary Oad listened attentive
( to thetexhattations of the kevivaluet.
And Iw it true, mamma," she aked
ter getting h9me, "that I can's go to
aven unless I am born again?".
'est,darling, you muQ be born agalip,
the." man sai".eplir d the
ioth e,Mary looked t oughMU, but
ild nothing for some minutes. Flially
rawing a long sigh, and with resigna
on pictured on her face, sho said, "I
n afraid Ican't gotoheaven.'. "Why,
rhat do you mean?" "I was thinking
Ianaa that I e4quidn want to be a
aby again, to ed till I was
I out of breath,alIte Tommy,s by
very lady that comes into the house,
"She insists that it is of more impor
%nce, that her family shall be kept in
ull health, than that she should have
l1 the fashionable dreqses and styles of
le times. ble therefore sees to it,
hat each member or her family is sup
lied with enough Hop Bitters, at the
rat appearance of any symptoms of iII
esaith, to prevent a fit of vickoess with
s attendantex pensi, care and anxiety.
31 women shold exercise their wis
oM in this way."-.VOW fAVj pgld
Tux Scotchman and the mineralogist.
Yon man save me his bag to carry by
short out across the hills to his inn,
hilI4 he took the other road. Eh! it
,as dreadfully heavy, and, when I got
ut of his sight I determined 'to see
'hatwA in it, for I wordered, at the
nBo'eight of the thing; and man,
8 no une for you to guess what was in
biat bag, for you'd never find out. It
ras stones." "And did you carry it?"
Carry it! Man, do you think I was
a mad as himself? Nae I finae! I
rnptied them all out, but I fiaed the
ag again from the pile near the house,
ad I kave him good measure for his
'A nionsh biscuit is beftg manufactur
I in Russia to take the place of oats.
is made of crushed oats and the flour
f gray peas, mixed with hempseed ol
ad salt, and is four inches.in diameter.
day's rations weighs about four
ounds, and is equal to ten pounds of
is. The horses like the biscuits when
>aked in water. and if fed exclusively
them, though they lose in fliesh, are
4ll fit for fatiguing work.
TuEc church was warm, the minister
,as dull, and everybody fell asleep ex
,pt halfwitted Jamie. "My brethren,"
touted the Indignant pastor, "you
iould take the example of that fool
iere. He keeps awake." 'cAy, ay,
inister," said Jamie; "but It I hadn't
Den a fool, I would have been asleep
ke the ithers."
1VALDHEA DED men are informed that
Ieru is but one avenue of escape from
tieir affliction, and that le CAIRBOLINC,
deodorized extract of petroleum, the
reat hair rene wer, which being recent
r improved, is more eflcacious than
rer and is absolutely faultless.
A noy who had charge of a very
ubborn donkey was one day beating
unmercifully because it would not
o, when the m.inister of the parish,
)ming up, censured nim for his cruelty.
lie boy resented the interference, and
ielaimed, "I'm sure you needn't
ire, it's none of your congregation.'
A STRANLIER, passing a churchyard
nd seeing a hearse standing hard by,
squired who was dead. The sexton
iformned lhm. "What complaint?"
sked the Inquisitive one. Saidi the old
han : "Tihere is no complaint.; every
ody is satitlcd."
Tnx arithmetic teachorr do not now
are ask a third term question In arith
iodic. One of them tried it the other
ay.. Said she. "Johnny, what is a
nit?" Said he, "My father says it is
dodge of,Conkling's, and tihat he'll
0 as hie p)leases.
"1INDn words can never die." How
itterly does a manm realize that terrible
,iuth when he sees all the kindest
rords hie ever used in his life glaring
t hiini,from his published letters in a
reach of pr6mise suit.
AN up-tpown jeweler hung am watch
i the window and labeled it, "Look
t this watoh for $10," and the unso
histicated gentlesran from A frica who
taredl at the artIcle then went In and
ranted the $10.
MIL.I-'Ns of intelligent wvomen say
bat Dobbins. Electric Boap, (made by
)ragin & Co., Philadelphia,) is in
very respect, the best soap ever made,
nd will do three times the work or
fly other. Try it.
"W11oMq," quoth Jones, "are the
ilad of life, at once a boon and a bless
ig." "In one way they're salad, in
eed," replied Brownm: "they take so
imuch time in their dressing."
A colvPLEof reporters spent the night
Sa cell with a man. who was doon ed
a be hanged in Connecticut recently,
nid in the morning-the prIsoner was
erfectly willing to die.
LRT 's encourage chamnplon: swim
iers. They never get sawed in two,
oils never bother 'em, and they have
ot to swim or slik.
"WnxTi on earth takes you ofif to the
tables so early every morning lately ?"
sked a woman of her husband. "Cur
AMaONo the first vegetables of the
easeon is the mnan who comes into town
rom a dlistance of ten wiles to take his
ilrl to the circus.
I. TOL5DYOUso is one of the most
nowlug men in the co\mntry, though
0 i.$ sure he is a little late.
I r ev 'r a man needed to travel for
is uealth it is the Czar of Russia.
A MsAN "ust be a mutton-headh to be
lftays talking about the weather.
A T'tMP~ called his shoes "corpora
Ions," because they had no soles.
WnAT ls better than a promising
oung manu? A paying one.
'Cos,tn r.ot the doctor's fee be Justly
ailed lill-gotten gains ?
Snsi's are frequently on speaking
Brmse, anid th:ay lie to.
THEi skilful watchmaker b~ the man
or the hour.
A SArI 8TAND-sY for the family, during
tie season of Uholera MorDu.e rCm
heiints, Cramp_s, Dlarraas. and all el oiq
laints, is D)r. Jayney9 Carminat ive Dlah'am--of
dmitted oneicay ud it .ccaIOn should arise,
nretn ,' men unaolu
'I Otause of suicide is often hard to
Oefile, and many have no idea just
what prompts the rash act. The cause,
how9ver, cah betraced unquestionably
to q* dout feelngs, produced by
' rpILiver. To destroy de 'adency
and create a cheerful feeling taking
Oimns' Liver Regulator would be the
saying of thi would be suicide from an
It seems almost like waking from a
dream to And oneself so clear headed,
so light spirited and so full of gay
thoughts, when despondent feellags
existed until taking kimmons' Liver
Regulator, when they were dissipated
like a cloud betore sunshine and .it
seemed as thotWb life was worth iving.
The Canadian Indiam.
Between the Canada Indians and our
own there is all the difference between
wid and tame, beslded the vast dis
parity of numbers. When the Conti
nent was first colonized by the French
and Euklish, two distinct lines of pol
loy were observed In,dealing with the
Indians. The French *olonists were
more adaptable than the English, and
look proud and exacting. They made but
little show of taking hold of the coun
try. They came as missionaries and
traders, and gave theik forts the ap
pearance of temporary lodgments. They
entered Immediately upon trade In the
principal article the Indians could offer
in traffic-furs and peltry; To profit by
this article of trade it was necessary to
preserve the Indians hi the country,
with as little change of habits and pur
suits as possible, and maintain at least
the friendship of trade. Trading-posts
were rapidly established, which be
came the points of contact between the
colonists and Indians; and the settle
ments of Quebec and Montreal were
scarcely begun -before the whole extent
of Canada was dotted with trading
posts, frc ielle Isle to Lake Superior,
where renohmen, attached to the
posts as factors, clerks, laborers, and
voyagers, lived from year to year.
These posts became the homes of the
Indians and-traders, and points of set
tlement, where a semi-cIvilization was
established; and the French mind, led
by the zealoas missionaries whoalways
accompanied the traders, molded the
ciVilization and religion after the
French idea. The short term of a
generation sufficed to establish a race
of half-breeds, of no mean proportion
to 1he native population, 'born to the
use of a common languge and com
mou faith with the colonists, and
trained to a civilIzation advanced to*the
requirements of their condition, who
naturally yielded fealty to the colony
and loyalty to France. They were
adapted to the country as it was, and
did not require it to be changed for
their accommodation; while they con
stituted a link between the new and
old races, and a natural bond of peace.
This too was an open and safe field for
missionary operations, where the eVer-.
zealous Jesuits did not fall to sow seed
that has taken deep root nnd spread
far beyond this race.
From the H ub.
Th'lere isalperhlaps no tonic oil'ered to
thme people0 that possesses- as mnuch real
intrinsic value as the Hop Bitters,,
Just at this season of the year, when'
the stomach needs an appetizer, or the
blood needs purifying, the cheapest
andl best remedy is Hop Bittersal An
ounce of prevention is worth a pounud
o1 cure; don't wait until you are pros
trated by a disease thaat may take
mmonths for you to reco~ver in.-Bustn
To recduce the temparature in a facto
ry in Paris, recourse has been had to a
simp)le form of air cooler, described as
follows: A thin plate of nmetal, per
forated with holes one tenth of an lix'h
in diameter and having a total area
equal to one-ninth of the surface of thec
plate, is set at a slight angle in a tight
box; over this plate a thin shee: of wa
ter,at a temperat ure ef fifty-five degrees
Fahrenheit, Is allowed to flo w steadily,
and, by means of a power- blower, air
is forced in a box below the plate ; by
Its pressure, the air forces its way
through thue holes in the plate and
through the water, being then led
by pipes to all parts of the factory. By
this device, the temperature of the air
is reduced to fifty-seven degrees. Mo
difientions of the arrangement give va
rying results, according to the initial
timperature of the water; but in all
oases the temperature of the current of
air is 'reduced by the apparatus to
within seven degrees of that of the
water. Steam power is required for
blower, and, for the best result, the
supply of water must be -abundant and
its temperature low.
NEVADA is the p'ace for cOwslip)s.
One man has lost fourteen this year
which slipped over a precipice.
The V,ttate Belt 00,, SIarall, SUch.
Will auend their ceiebra. Fd leetro Voltale
Belt. t., thei afmicted upon 80 days's triaL..
Spey cures guaranteed. They mean what
Sky say. Write to thern without delay.
1F TIRs bowehi are forpid, if pies torment.
If the back is full of pain. get a package o.
Kidney-Wort, and be cured without nore auf
fering. In diseases of the kidneys 'ir liver, a
cureoIs worth nothing, unless radical and per
anni. Kidney-Wora has just that, effect.
Edwin Freeman, of Norton, Mass., says :
"I have suffered the moat exorucuating pain
In my kidneys for yea a. and pbysic.ans or
medicine could not relieve me until about
three years since I comme-cod taking Hunt's
Remedy. I purchased a bottle at islandinug's
drug store. in Providence. and I took the first
doe these and after u.slng one bottle I was
free from all pain, and although, this was three
yearseol have seen no trace of disease and
haveno had to take an medicine since. I
believe liunt's RIemedy o be the beet Kidney
atid Lfer medicine ever known, and I oboer
fully recommend it to a I sufferers fromt this
t irrible disease." Trial else. 75 Conts.
A Valuable Wit wree.
*A book on the Liver, its diseases and their
treatment sent free. including treatises upon
Liver Oomplaints, TorpId Liver, Jaundice.
BilIousness, Ha adaob, Constipation, Dyspep
ala, Malaria. etc. Ahdreus D)r. Sanford, 182
Rvneiway N'w-Vnvk e~,t. N. V.
~o and ex es' to 'g't
= =U vloK1BY, Augusta, Mains.
o eae andlaesu DealersTd
Purifies the Blood, Renovates and
Invigorates the whole System.
ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES ARE
Tegetine e made exclusivetl from the julesi
of oarefully-selected barks roots and herbs, and
so stroa concentrated that it will effectually
tradica the systeml eveYi t'ilnt of Nered
rule, utonsIllumor,Tanor, t'an.
Delp = os Atuaor. Erystpels,
Malt Reea, Myrilitie Diseases, &asaa
aor, raliatmess at the btovuaeb. and all
3iseases that arise from impure blood. Oet.
stite*, lm snan atory and Charonle Rheu
=0411SM. Neuralas 1o" and SpInal
Vomplainto, can only be electualy cured
through the blood.
For U11ers and Ernptive Diseases of the
Bktn, Pesstales inspes, Bloiebes,
Bolis, Tetter. eldMhead and aging
worm, VEGETfIN kas never fallqd to offeci a
permanent cure. g
For Pains Ln the Back, Kidney Complaints;
Dropsy, Female weakness. Leueorrhcsa, arising
rrom internal ulceration, and uterine diseases
nd General Debility, VEUETINE acts directly
apon the causes of these complaints. It luvigo.
rates and strengthens the whole system, Qi.s
upon the s-cretve organh allays Inflammatioxi
sures ulceration and regulates the bowels.
For Catarrh Dyspepsla, Uabittal C 1stiyeness,
alpitation D1 the Hleart, Headache, I'lies, -Nerv.
musness and General Prostration of the Nervous
sYstem. no medicinebas ever given such per
16ot satisfaction as the VEI-STINE. It purife
6he blood, cleanses all of "e organs, and poe.
eases a contlolling powt over the nervous
The remarkable cures eftated by Vegetine
lave induced many physLeopna and apotheca.
lee whom we know, to prafribe and use It Ia
,heir own families,
In fact. Vefretine is the Omt remedy yet dli.
overed for tie above dieats, and Is the only
eliable BLOOD PURIFIW yet placed before
11. R. STEVENS. Bostono Mans.
regetine is Sold by all Druggists.
Constipation and Piles.
Dr.F_. LCl&r4ftUth]ffero, Vt,m eft'Ina
of m Troub It has acted JU a rm It
Sre many verybad cae of ries, and has
elson hld, of St.kn Vt, says "It is
o ril a After sixteen years grest
on Gering rojm Piles and Coetiveness it eonM
Hogabon, of Berkshire says, "One pack.
aghan done wonders for mo mpnlotoly our
9a. o8ve- LiVer end JUjiney ComplInnt -
IT HAS WHq
eWaxisoft Acts on te LMNE, the Z0WLO ad
the IDNETO at ts same time.
Because It cleanses the system of
the noushumorsthat develope
In idney and Urinary diseases Bil
lousness. Jaundice, Constipallon,.
Pile.orin Rheumatism, Neuralgia
and nervous disorders.
XWhNRY-WORT Isea dry vegetable coet.
oundan ean be sent by sall preVaod.
One package will make six qta of medicine.
13Buy it at the Druggstte. Price, 41.00.
WILL8, BICARDSON & Co., Propriutors,
1 2 (wil send post paid.) Burington, Vt.
Serve sass lanjaneioaa ons Disease
[3y invigorating a reeb o const11ut,ion, renovat
.ng a debilitated phys qtue, and enriching a thin
sad lnnutvitions circuiltin with llostetter's
itomachm B,tters, thme inest,, l.,ho most highly
snotioned, and t,he most p>pui ir tonic and
preventive ins ex stence. For suie by all Drug.
gi.sta and Doalersi generally.
fPI M lorphmiaae linbttCured in tO
The Purt anmdIlent Mledliine ever Nade.
Ace mblnation of Hops, Bucqhu, Man
d rak e and Dandelion, with all tho beat andi
most a Ura tive properties of all other Ditters,
make,s tho greatest Blood Pu rifier, Liver
Reg Ut aator, and Life and Health Restoring
Agent on earth.
No dsesase o an possibly long exist where Hlop
Blitter, are us ,sovaried and perfect aro their
They give new II feandvigertotheagodani infirm.
To all whose o ploymnents eauso lrrguilari'
ty ofthe bewelsor urinary organs, or who re
quire an Appetiser Tonic and mild stimulant,
l[opfBitters are invat uale, withiout Intox
No matter whatyour. fe Ungs or syml*.ems
are what the diseasoeor all mneat is use Hiop Dit
ters. Don't waituntilyoua 10 sick hut if you.
only fool badi or miserable, 5150othorn at opceo.
l6mnaysave yourlife.thas saved hundreds.
$500Owill bo paid for aca se they wil not
eure or help. Do not suirer Or let your frensml
suffer,but use and urge them to use Hop g
Itemomber, flop flitters Is no Silo, druggedi
drunken nostrum, hut the Purest a. n d fleat
Medicine ever made;s the "iNvA LiDs FalEND
'id ucPs" and no person or family
'ld be without them.
',i11 an absolute and irresistiblo euro
.kees.s o opu,tbao n
cuiar. Sep 3lisrNI.Ce.,
oh rNY nd or to nt
17kl and surely cured by the use of EIDNU1.
haigsaehan immeonesale in all parte of the ecunt
andi tone to the diseased organs, andtrog the.
homor.. Eide disesof thlrtp'yearssendn ha,
&o., whiebhv ditesdthe viotims for years. 19
power. Noe legrsAlholio Ditters, which do am
somedy, -INtWORT. and health will be quickli
the Vorll' hi1sps'nary ansi invllla' seo.1 in a,
experienc e, ahas bec to Justly celebrate rur ii
FavorIte Prescrlptlon is ~ owerful llestorative
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PUM'A AIT MANUjv'o O. PILAD'A
mwand wonderful remedy whieh is
eorkso nnuapifncie Itrte strnu
'e bOen cured, also Pils. Constipation Rheumatism,
s have volumesSf testimony of ita wonc&riLl ourative
are harm than good, or drastlo pills, but usonatuare
mealo 10 ~YI I iuim afftl, larg eimc at*
i1li, r unI,e lor ielr urr.lit teiuami oa
aevorite P'reserlptleon s us e resttlt of tis exte,feri
I manasy and resmarkabio cures of all those chronIo il.
'LIAR TO FEMYALE~s.
rtc ,to us cuir o ste lt Isa-irylniteO
alla, rit eilli mit eore t F or
~cn,letwn se,sEaea bnie eeo roie nam.
5sltrt ot I iv neuk of the woni,Wic te lasler
e no o tI,eAdpliment te the benri,,g of oispelag
bentee For condillens, see wrapper around bottle.
ny exhaisswi thskl tinsree lasse lae agwo
rllett cros lis roo aon e I liegantaking,
onily lIper, Irhsily r cautronnna t
a r t a e letee t and neioji
ised thema to 'do likewise.' Wom a g an I
thyil conreanci t t so t ( a$Favor e P ' 19r .
a FavorIte Prescription is sold by lt drugits,
oeo' dJmo ens P.todla ,dysert Int which
IAfl Vl(AiL 4S$50CIATI0N, IIUFFPALO, N., 6