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bavirNd Honexe-Priving horses be
glas with the colt, and as he Is broken
thatis the kifid of a horse he will make.
atbe is broken as a slouch, that Is the
kind of a horse he will be. It is just
as easy to break a colt right as any
other way. Some are in too big a hur
ry. They will take a green colt, hitch
him up and spend as much time in fool
ing around with him as it would take
to break him as he should be. My idea
is to have the colt thoroughly broke be
fore you attempt to hitch him up; that
is, get him so he is not afraid of the liar.
ness, so he will stop when you tell him
to. Teach him to back, go ahead and
not to be afraid of the tugs, even when
drawn between his hind legs. Do not
whip unless it Is actually necessary.
Better caress than whip, especially if
he is of a nervous temperament. Add
all the style you can, for that is what
sells for money. If your horse is broke
as he should be, you know when and
where you can trust. Some like to see
nice horses but are too "shiftless" to
have any of their own. They arc either
too lazy to take care of then or at e too
big slouches to hitch them up as they
should be to drive well. Sonic yell at
their horses as though they were deaf.
This does no good, as it only aggravates
then and makes them worse. .Be gen
tle with your horse and he will be gen
tie with you. Do not jerk him as
though he had no feeling. Imagine
yourself in his place, with an iron bit
in your mouth and somebody jerking
at the rate of 500 pounds a muinute, as
some of them do when they get mad,
and swear because the horse has got ou t
of his place. Stop and think-is it the
horse or you thitt 1 to blane.
CUTTING TIMnER.-l f oak, hickory or
chestut be lulle.i In Augut, in the
second running of the sap, and barkett,
quite a large tree will season perfectly,
and even the twigs will reiniti sound
for years; whereas that cut in winter,
remaining until the next lail, (is thick
as your wrist), will be completely sap
rotten, and will be almost uilt for any
purpose. The body of the oak split
into rails will not last more than tent
or twelve years. ChUsUt Will 1ASt
longer, but no comparason to that cut
in August. Hickory cut in August
is not subject to be wormcaten,
and lasts a long time tor feiiing.
When we began larming it was the
practice to cut timber ior post-fencing
in the winter. Whiteoak posts and
black oak rails, cut at that time, would
notlast more than ten or twelve years.
in 1803, we began cutting fence tiniber
in August. Many of the oak rails cut
that year are yet sound, as well as
most of the chesutiut. If the bark ia
not taken off this month, it, will itself
peel off the second or third year, and
leave the tree perfectly sound. The
tops of the trees are also more valuable
for fuel than when cut lin winter or
spring. We advise young farmers to
try the experiment, and if post fenet s
do not last twice as long, we lorfeit all
our experience as worttiless.
SPIRE ENCES-'Tlhcse fences, We
notice are get,ing imore and more
into favor, and so far as we know
directly they aire much approved of.
The objection made to thema, we do
not think will hold good-ta,at they
injure the cattle in being forced by
one another againt them. Against
those we have examined this objec
tion wil) hardly stand, for while
the spikes are likely to keep off the
cattle after they once lind out what.
they are, the spikes are not long
enough to do any injury worttii men
tioning, or really t..ore than the wvire
without the spikes. Blesides t,his, the
fence is an exelen't protection aigainist.
trespassers-ini fact, they may tbe cona
sidered as a pt,rfect protection ; and in
this respect, will serve the lnterests ol
farmiera anid others very sataslactorily.
It will debar ve:, dogs from trespass
ing. The expense also, when its tiura
blity is conieired, is in its lavor
when once understootl, ais there will
be no dilulty in at.tenidinig to thme re
pairing of it.
WHExN plants are to be ti,ransptlanted,
they should be well wet, down several
hours before moving, so as to allow thme
water to soa1k well around( t.he roots,
andh if this must, be done while the sun
is thininug brightly, It, will be best, to
shade the plait s for a time, till the
water hats soaked iin.
Amn slacked lime will destroy currant
worms, in tihe sprintg examine the
bushes of tell, and wvhen the lower
leaves are perforated there the worms
* are to be hound. 10 the bush is dry,
frst sprinkle with water anid thon wth
limne. Two or thr ee apiplient.ions ih i
be sufficient, for the seasonm. The lime
* will Injure neit.her the bush inor the
- Detroit. BeHia asa Smuirgters.
Ladles 01 good failk s who hlave
wealth at their c ommanlttid ttaike thle
mnost (desperate Smutiggiers, and1( are
dealt with time hardest by the efhleers,
as they do not deservye as mucih leniency
or symnpat,hy as thme poor womantt wiho
has invested her little all and would be
diestitute if stringently deatlt withi, atndi
to whiom thte good bargain, dutty free,is
really a great, tentpltationl. 'The cia-s of
goods whieh Catnadliais buy in Det roli
anid smutggle to Cantada is cottoni clot hi,
domestic and1( dress goods. Thle Detroit
purchaser step)s on the ferry anid goes
over to Windsor for gloves, laces, sihks,
velvets andh cash meres, these articles
being considered mucht eapter and
better, wvhether they are or not. Tihiere
are htundreds of D)etroit ladies wearinig
velvet and silk dresses whIo simuwgledh
them over folded neatly about their
attgolie waIsts or disposed of in their
bosoma, while they passedh the ecistoma
house ohhleer, thte ly nx-eyed feimale de
* tectives, the land!ing waiters~ and with
serene countenances wtalked oil with
their spoils. Onto lady boasts of the
amount of goods she can carry over:at
a single trip. The smutggling maniua
has taken such posseston of' her thiat
she has smuggled for her friends,
merely to keep tup the exeltemtenit. She
Shas aequired such a nack of arranging
the goods about her person0t that a whole
*bolt of c'tten (does.not give her the
~ east unre.asiniess, and1( shte can1 carry it
one trin,half a dozen silk dhresses; yet
the lady herself ia by ino imeants of in
significant bulk. .I is a great mnistake
the idea that thint women make the
mosteuccessful smuglers. The slightest
additional fulness betrays them. But
plump diyinity can add fifty po uds to
A her tournure and no one will be the
*The railroad on Mount Vesuviuis is
800 metres iong, and approaches within
200 metres of th mouth of tile crater.
% /e lzolines are very steep.
COLb TEL-A story is going th
rounds ot the English papers that
large agriculturist has been giving hi
harvest hands cold tea instead of bee.
to drink in the harvest field, and tha
the results were extremely satisactor3
there being none of the sullenness, ex
citabIlity and rudeness that had prev
ously been attributed to beer. Beoausc
tea does not intoxicate its power as a
stimulant Is forgotten or underrated
but the fact remains that there is mor(
stimulation in a pint of tea of averag:
strength than in a quart of commo:
beer. It should be remembered, to(
that the quantity of tea that a harvestej
will consume dally as a substitute fo
beer is greater than that which wil
suile an entire family around a sup
per table. Stimulation, whether b.
spirits, wine, beer, tea, coffee oi
oplum, Is simply a method of consum.
lng oi's physical capital, and thi
laborer who replaces his two or threc
quart ot beer with an equal daily al
lowance of tea is exhausting his nervc
and muscle more rapidly than lie dik
while guzzling beer. More and bettei
food Is what beer-drinking laborer
-iced. The well-fed American farmer
working long hours under a sun bottej
than England ever know, does nol
Irink as much in a week as an under
fed laborer will in a day. If workiner
iust drink heavily of something be.
side water-something with a taste t
t-let theii drink oatmeal water, o
water in which brown corn meal hai
been thrown. A little sugar will giv(
duch drink nutritious and strentheninf
properties. But let not the emperanci
men seize and spread the English colt
tea story; the cup that cheers but nol
Inebriates i8 as dangerous, wheii
abused, as the bottle and glass.
No preparation ever discovered ex
cept Carbolinc, a deodorized extract ol
Letroiciim, will really produce nen
hair on bald heads. It will be a happ3
day when the great army of bald head*
fully uniderstald this.
BE CAUREFUL wITH CARBOLIc AcD.
P1olson by wiolesale is being suppliet
to everybody who will purchase It, ir
1he form Of' a strong solution of tU
>oisonous substance known as carbolit
atld. Two cases of poisoning from thiis
soluilion have occourred in Pliladelphi=
-the jirst, that of a lady, who waE
using it for the purpose of destroyinp
llsects. Beig uniaware of any danger
she had a cloth in her hand some time,
which was saturated with the carbolic
acid, and a suillelent quantity of tn
p,ison was absorbed through tihe poree
of ter hanuds, and by that moans entered
tho circulation, to produce a dangerous
ai,rl ailariniig el'ect, from which sh
fortunately recovered. The second
wase is a sad one, which caused ft
death of a little boy three years old,
The fatther had purchased a haIlf-pinI
bottle of Lthis prepantIOUi for the pur
puse of preveit,ig moths from destroy
Iug lil Carpets anIld other woolen gooi
durig the ab3eiice of his lamily rror.
the city, and the polsoni N hitch destroy.
I the child's lifte wits placed on th(
floor under the sofa in the parlor, wlhil
tle house was unocuipled. The littl(
boy got hold oh it, and (Irank som of 1i
WitI fatal effect.
TalkE BRNi FIT OF LEONADIC.-SOm1e
body, who appears to know all aboul
It, wri.es posiLively that it will draw
the sting out, of' hot weather, not onlly
for this time, but for months to come
lo Iinderstanid the right use of' lemons.
Most. people know tho beiieflt of lemon
ido before b)reakftast, but, few kiiow lioNv
it I more than doubled by taking an
oilher at night, also. Thme way to get tht
beltecr oft a bilIous system without blut
p)ill or' quinDine, is to Lake the juicee o
cine, two omr three, or' more lemons, ai
tihe appetite craves, in as much ice wa
ter us mtakes it, leatsant to dirink, with
out, s ugari, beflorec guinug to bed. In th(
mio."n inug on risIng, or lit least half' am
lhonur bef ore break last, take the juice 01
onle kutnona in a goblet of' walter. Thu
wvill clearin the syst.em of' hiiimors and
bile, wit.h mild4 efleacy, wvithlomit any
:)i thle we.akeinug ell'ects of' calomel 01
Conmgres's wateri. P'eople should no0
Ii'rri tate t,he~ .to,m,ac' by catinag lomomi
ele'ar'; the pmoweri in acid of the juiiee,
w I hih is ahn ost, cur rosivye, inifallibl3
produce'ts iil,immiiat ioni after a while,
[u t, prouper ly tilutetil, so thait it does nti
burn orl 1 draw the liioat, it does its fuil
meuint'al wolrk w ih out harm, anti
when'i the sl.omach is clear' of food, hat
abudant, opportui(i nity to work on thi(
A NY oneC des!ring a i'ecipe how to
umake soap) form a cent ai11 potd, wvill re
ceive it. gratis by add ressing 1. L. Cra.
ini & Co., i'biliar1telphia, the mantufac
uirers of' tie justly celebrated l)obbins
Eictr iic S.mp.'
PREisERI.:~ .s. -- I"'eservi ig p)eaches,
>earms, pluems, et c., uthe anuoun t of sugam
[( lbe utsed dhepends u pon the flavor 0:
h le iiit. A s a general r'ule, hlowever,
iiree-qurer's of' a pountd ot' sugar lb
millfheienit to a poiindt of fruit. Mako
your siup hibs:, by adtling a very littlo
water' to thie .sugar ;l irst enioughi to dhs
solve It. without, burn'iing ; let it boill,
skiminlig frequen tly, till lie mor'(
seu m r'ises, belore 1)u1tt.ing in thme fruit,
if' the fruit is very har'd it is best te
sLeam it partilly tendter' before puittine
it into the siirup. it lust' be cookeli
soft clnougha to stick a straw through
ii., or' it umay not, keep. Al ways skinm
alilt ('arefully1' into y'our jar, that it nmas
10t bre'aik aiid then poiur' on the boitie
slrupl. it, is best, i r keep prieserves anm
i 1ght, as it retains the dhavor' more,
REDn printing iunk, according to the
Eniginleer, may13 be0 miade ini this way;
liolu iinseed (il until smoke Is giveni oft
Set the oil thien on hi'e and1 aillow it te
bnu'rn until It cian be drawn out int:
stings hal11f ani inchi long. Add ont
1)0und( of resln for' each q urt of oil,
andit onte-halfI pound of dry, brown soni;
cut into slices. TVhe sOai p musat be pu~i1
in cauioutsly, as [lie water in thie som
causes a violeiit comimotion. Lastly
tie oil is groundi( upi with sIulllicit pig
nient On at Stone by mneanis of' a muller,
Vermuliomi, i'ed leadl, carmine, Iniai
i'ed, Venetltin ired; and( tihe laikes are all
sumitable for' prinating In ks.
BITEs AND !$TINs.-A ppIy iinstantlyv
wv Ith a soi t rug, moist ft eely, spirits 'o
huart?hiorn. Th'le venom of stings belnf
an acid, the alkali nullfles It. F~resI
w~oodl ashes, moistened w ithm water, an(
made inito a poultiee, f'requently ro
ie wed, is anm excellent substitute, os
sodam or saleruatus , all belitg il kamilcs
'To be On the safe side, in caise of snake
or mad1( dlog bites, dr'ink brandy
whiskey, ruimi or otheru spirits as5 freesit
walter, ai teiicupful, or a1 pinth or more
according to the aggravation of th<
CURE FoR SoiFT CORN.--Dip a piece
of linen rag ini tur'ieinti no and wrai
rotund the toe on which thme cor-n Is sit
uated, night aind morning. Tihe i'elie
will be almost imnmediate, and in a fey
:days the corn will dieappear.
.G1vE PmoMPr ArrTBNTION and Treatment, r
thiR sean 01 time yearl, to ait afTeet,ions or' th
Jowels such a D lsrriia, Choiera Morbut
nysentery. &c. By using Dr. Jlayne's Carmint
tlhe lstam you w ilt obtaia imnmeiat rIlt
from these complaInts, and soon drive them
rrom the system,
"CAX slow his brother Abell" said
the old man In the slack duster, "bo.
cause the martyr was so much the bet
ter man of the two, and ever since 1
tben, people wholove their neighbors ,
better than themselves have beei call- t
ed Can-ables." "Nay, not so," replied
the young man in the lean trousers,
"there are people who taste each other t
to see if they will do to put up; but I
they don't put them up ' interrupted
the commercial travefer, "they put
them down." "The shin bone," said
the returned missionary, "is consider
ed the great luxury among those peo- E
ple; hence he is the happist man at the :
feast who can nibble-" "I thought," v
broke In the man with the zebra ulster,
"that it was btcause they always put I
up the eyes for the Western trade, like
oysters, so, and in the busy season, the
dealers advertised for men to can eye
balls; hence the name cannib-" "It
is notan historical fact," said the Brown
UniversiRy man, looking timidly at
the missionary, "that one of the carliest
missionaries broke one of the Islanders'
legs with a club, excusing the cruel
deed by writing to the American Board
of Foreign Missions that he wanted to
make a noble ain in life?" "Make-?"
said the missionary, appealingly.
"Canoble lame in-" began the Brown
man, but just then the brakeman open
ed the forward door and shouted,
"MansflelId I Twenty minutes for din
ter I" And it was so awfusly sugges
tive that none of the passengers could
eat a bite of meat.
Cured of Drinking.
"A young friend of mine was cured
of an insatiable thirst for liquor,which
had so prostrated him that he was un
able to do any business. He was en
tirely cured by the use of Hop Bitters.
It allayed all that burning thirst; took
away the appetite for liquor; ma le his
nerves steady, and lie has remained a
sober and steady man for more than
two years, and has no desire to returnN
to his cups; I know of a number of I
others that have bect cured of drink- t
ing by it."-From a leading R. It. i
Official, Chicago, Ill.-Tines.C
PERKINGTON is a man of decision.
The other evening upon reaching home
he was met by his dearest Maria with
the harrowing tale of Bridget, the
cook's kerosene disaster. "0 John I"
she began, "we've had such a dreadful
time I Bridget tried to hurry the tire
poured kerosene into it-bew up
burnt her to death-oh I oh I ol Il
Perkington is a wonderful man a man
foi an emergency. le replied, as a
man who is not used to being thwarted
in his purposes. "Discharge her in
mediately, Marla, discharge her Im
mediately. I won't have such a wo- t
man in the house I''
"You will observe f rom this word
pater," said a school-master to his
pupil, "the great Ilexibillity of the
Latin language. Pater is a futher, and
hef'e we have patrutus, an uncle, and
propratuus, a great uncle on tihe fa
ther's side. Can you make piny such
change in our language? Pater, part
runs, propatruus-father; Is there any
way you can chatnge father ito uCle
in English ?'' 'I don't think of any,"
replied young hopeful, "unilesi you get v
him to marry your aunt.''
WHAT bird is large enough to carry a
A little girl held up her hand, and
"[ know; a lark."
''Oh, no I" said the teacher ; "Itarks
are not large enough to carry men.''
"Yes, they are,'' said thei youngster.
"My papa goes away for two or three
days, and amy miamma says lie's gonie
oel on a lark.''
A scIxNTIST says ~5,500,00 sttars
glimmner ini the l1rmamnat. WVili soane
onie of~ our recaderi pletase count the
stars and( inflorm us how near this
scientist Is correct in his fIgures? if
the count cani't be made in one even
lng, the enumerator shiouldl manke a
chalk mark wvhere lie leaves off, in
order to know where to commieinee the
necxt night ; otheorwisi lie may count]
soane stairs twice.
VaTl.xlN is not it stimnulatinig bitters
which create3 a lictit-ious appetite,
bait a get,tle tonice whaich assists na.
ture to restore the stomiach to a hetal
A coMarit1Txoni tabletax at a con
tennaial celebrationi in Vcrmuo.t, Issued
and( invitaition askinig '"all the pretty
womnen ini town'' to mncet at ther hiall to
take part ini the tablheaux, anid every
wo'nnin in the place caine to time. Tihat
committee knew how to get plenty of
Cx.nurrE A wvas telling a story in the
cilub). Clubuite B, whlen it wats fInished, x
said: "WVeli, that reminds me of ar- 3
other anecd(ote,'' and he related it. A
thereupon remarked, "[ don'tsee how
what you have toldh us was rec-alled by
mny story.'' "'It wias,'' replied B, "be
cause mhie wats on the samne page of
Joe Miller as yours."
Trinpassenger (aw the gale fresh
o nied) : "Is there any danuger ?'' Tar
(ominously): "Well, them as likes a
goo:l dinner had botter haive it to day.
"UIAvI you g't the rent ready at
las.?'' "Nso, sir; mnother's gone emit a
washing, and tergot to hut it ot for <
you.'' "Did( she tell you Shed'd forgot- 3
ten?" "Yos,shr "
Ho0w dhoes pahitig agree with my
daughter ?" asked ani anixious parent.
"It makes her too red in the face,''
replied ti e teacher.
''asr ip,")t- and ugt,iItl beet. tlI S)lI
WHAT is marriage ?-One wonian th'e
more and( one mani the less.
Tisz the wealthy chaps that girls
purse up their lips to.
A scANDAl. MONoERa is a p)erson to add
Aiexandetr theo Ureat
wept because there were no0 more world1a
to conquer, but the p)ropriletors of Dra.
Piierce's I"amnily Medicinies who have
found it necessary te estalish a branch
of the0 World's l)aspensary at L',ndona,
E'nglandt, ini order to supiuly from that
great commercial emtporhuma these remeo.
dhal blessings to foreign countries,
where they are largely in demnandl, do
noct share the great conqueror's scenti
ment.s, as their conquests are of disease
andt hiave made happy anot only the con..
queror but theo people wvho em ih)Oy
them. Dr. Plere'n Golden Medical
SDiscovery cures all blood and skin (dis
eases, scrofulous affeetionis, swehlin
and iternal soreness. Dr. Piercee a
Pellets are the little giant cathartic;
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Presetriptioni
woman's tonic amih nervine--Doctor
Pierce's Extract of Smnart Weed, the
Sgreat remedy for colds and all bowvel.
,affections, as dlarrhomi dysenmtery anid
flux. World's Dispensary Medical As.
sociation, proprietors, Bua lao and Lon..I
I-,- - -' -A
DISTitRES after eathig, the results of
ndi getion, will no longer be experi.
ne1ed if a tablespoonful of Simmons'
Alver Regulator Is taken after each
neal, and, by persevering in the use of
his remedy for a few weeks, a perma.
ient eurn will be effected. It is not
inpleasant to tle taste, dues away with
Ackening inediline or pills; Is a nild
axative, but does not nauseate or Irri
ate the stomach, and unlike any other
inown medicine, wiheti Its use Is dIs
ontinued, the systenis I not left con
tipated or costive. It is very properly
aMled the Regulator-it removes Bil.
ous Secrettois, Cleanses the Blood,
krengtliens the- Kidneys and assists
4ature. It takes the place of Quinine
and Bitters of all kinds; is no violent
Irastle medicine; Is gentle and harm
ess, arid % arratited not to contain a
ingle particle of any mineral sub
itance, but is purely vegetable.
Brick are enameled by. having their
urface coatetI with a conposition
which makes them Impervious to wa
or or dampness, and renlers them
apable of resisting the disintegrating
nlluence of the atmosphere. Tihe enla
nel i8 composed of kaolin, quartz and
eldspar, to whiclh fluxes are added,
oIoring matter being added, to suit
lie taste. Well iniade brick are nearly
)erfect as regaris their fire proof
Lualfties, and the most serious objec
,Ior1 to their use as a building material
les In the fact that they absorb moist
Ire, and dust, dirt and the soot floating
a the air, coming in contact with
lhew, remain to their permanent dislig
irement. Tie CIamel, Wilich IS only
)ut on the best quality of brick, ren
lers the surfaces as smooth as glass,
6nt being colored to suit, presenc a
rery attractive appearance when laid
Wicked for flergymen.
Rev. - , Washington, D. C., writes:
'I believe it to be all wrong and even
vicked for clergymen or other public
nen to be led luto giving testimonials
o (itack doctors or vile stuffs called
nedleines, but wilen a really ineritorl
us article, lnade of valuable reinedlet
alown to all, that all physicians use
ad trust Inl daily, we should freely
o1mend it. I therefore cheerfully
nd heartily coninena 111op Bitters for
he good they have (lone me and my
rIends, firinly believing they have no
qual for family use. I will not be
vithotit theni.p-Nete York Baptist
Steam 1ooer of the World.-The ag
:regato steam power of' the world Is
t present estimated at 3,500,000 horse
ower employed [it stationary engines,
tid 10,000,OO horse power in locomo
ive engiies. Thils force is maintaltaied
vithout the coinuption of alinil
Ood, except by the miners who dig the
0i1i, ald the force Mainill tined in their
[uscles is tile force generated by the
roduact ofl tilr labor, about I to 1,0s0.
"ils steam Is eqital to the working
orce of 25,000,000 horses, and one horse
onsuMes three tinjes as lillicl food as
ne mai. The steam power, therefore,
3 e<qual to be saving of 75,000,000 ull
TiEmE 1 searcely a person to be found who
ill not be greatly benefitted by a thorough
ourse of K.dney-West every 8prng. If you
eol out of &ort-, and don't know why, take a
ackago o. Kidney-Wort aud you will fool like
110w Can I Express My Thanks ?
Mrs. Monki, of Yorkville. Now York, wri toe
t affords mue great pleasure to write these few
ines to lot the ipuh..lc know the value of lAa
'sis, the great External Pile Remedy. I have
ultered thei last 14 years everything but
le*ath; in that time I have spout hundreds of
ollars. I have tried oevervtlung I ever hoard
if; I hiavo had four d.ifoerent doctors, but
ounid very litteo re.iof. I at last heard of A na
*'esis; I tried themix and in 0on0 hour's time I
ond rebef anid havie not beent troubled with
lhem since. How)~ can I express may thanks to
'ou? No longuie can praise them too highly,
ndl I wouldl say to ala those who are afihited
rath P'iles Jlemorrhroidls or fissures, internal
>r exteranal, give A nakesis a trial anid your will
to longer be a sufferer.
Samples of 1lnakesis are sont free to all saf
crers on app iearuon to P. Neustaedter & Co.
lox 3016, Now York. Sold by all Druggists.
The Voltaie Belt Co., Marshall, Mieh.
Will send their celebrated Electro Voltale
bolts to the afflicted upon 80 -days's trial.
peedy cures guarante&>d. They mean what
hey say. Write to them without delay.
More to Me than Gold.
wA A01.o.E, Mass., March 7, 180.
I wIsh to informi yotu what veget.lno has do-'e
ir rme. I i .ve been troubled wvita Erysipelas
ti.mor for mo1010 than 3, year, In my lImbs and
Ihe1r p.arts oa my body13, and have been a great
ifferer. I oenaaiaced taing Vegetlno one0
ear ago lst Aligus,. arid can truly a y it lias
one moire foa mel alhan rany other medicino, I
iwum to o,e perfecitit free0 from tis h'llmor and
an recommiendi It, to every c.ne. wouild 110t be
rathout this mnedicine-'tis more to mue than
oild--ind I feel it wlil prove a blessIng to others
s It has to ime.
Yours, inOSt respecoitliy,
Mits. DAVID ULARK.
J, BENTLEY, M. D., says :
t laa dono mnore 1r.00(d than all meida.
Nnw1aAa,KET Ont.. Feb. 9, 18S0.
Ir. Hl. R.* STRvENHs, lioston, i[!aSs.
Sir-I have sold1 ui g the past year a con
kder. ble (luatnItty of your' V. gettne. arid I b.
eve, in all cnaaa t, has~ g von ii tisfacit oln. lIn
no case, a-de(llIcate .vouag lady or about 17
iars wais mu)1 h b nellied( by Its itse. her pa.
sni's lnfoi med mec that, it had (1011 her more
'001d than ahlr th medical treatment to which
lie hadt prevloulsly been subjected.
J. JBENTLEY, M. D.
Loudly in its Praise,
TilONTOr, Ont., Mtarch 3, 1850.
I. IR, STvssa. Ilostori:
,lDear N-r--Consleering the shiort, tIme that
eOgotine ha's been before the public11 here, it
oIls wvell as a oloiul iilaler, and for a roub'i s
uising from a sluggish or torpid lIver It, Is a
irt-C 11lasmdleinae. Oulr customers' 1peaik
udly mi its prIse.
.1. wR IGIiT & CO).
Cor. Q ueenl anld EflIzabeth 'Streets.
NI. I. NTEVENs, Bostosa, Mass.
Tegetine is Sold by all Druggists.
D o IEVtiAR el jii cera
(emredy falls toouare. vo
Irnmiodiate rehlief, onres cases
ot long anrdinog in I week,
pr./9? Xfers snaur 'Pil. aote rd
11.'Crr man wa*nts hi.
irglrs. fiocer ie
-gency for the "Safe.
- tuW" In rOUr cout,
1 a mca ik. sells every where
at wight. Immenso ,rf
- .- d, r r,sfl (. Mie dAIA
Our WELL A UCER~ is.The
bhoapoet, bores theofastest. We arotheoldestand
argost firm In America. Send for Ottr piotorIal
atlo5ue. UmVnI 8ATmVG=,,0n08m,- Ilas
A Mediolne without a Rival,
Kidney and Liver Medicine,
CURES all Diseases of the Kidneys,
Liver, Bladder, and Urinary ras;
Dropsy, Gravel, Diabetes, B it's
Disease, Pains In the Blck,
Loins, or Side; RetentIon or
Noniretontlon of UrIne,
Nervous Diseases, Fejnale
Weaknesses. Excess Jun.
dice, Biliousness, ;;oadache, Sour
Stonach,Dyspepsia, Constipation & Piles.
CURES WHEN ALL OTHER MEDICINES
FAIL, as it acts directly and at once on the
Kidneys, Liver, and Bmrels, realorin thiem
to a healthy action. HIUN'S ItEMBI)Y~ Is a
safe, sure and a eedy cure, and hundreds have
been cured by t wvhen phitIclans and friends
had given theia to to die. go, not delay, try at
once HUNT'S RMMEDY.
Send for pamphlet to
WM. E. CLARKE, Providence, R. I.
Prices, 75 cents and 81.25. Large size
the cheapent. Ask your druggist for HUNT'S
REKIEDY. Take no other.
(A Medicine, not a Drink.)
11OPS, BUCHU, MANDRAKE,
Ax1 )T1n PuRST AND DhSr SBNOALQUALt.
'rIM OF ALL OTER ITTERzS.
All VIseatseof the Stomach Dowels, Ilnod,
LIVLr, l(ldneys.. and( Urinary Organs, Ner
Vounese e san lspelaly
aena p ilaints.
$1000 IN COLD.
Will ,o paid lor a case they will not cure or
help, or for a"n1111IFfinpuro orliujurious
hesk our druggst for .Hop Bitters and try
tie before you sleep. Tatke no other.
D . C Is an absolute and Irretistj ble vtre for
Drunkenness, use of ol)ium, tobmacco ando
SCND PoR CIRCULAR.
hpillro All alon-P ftoid by dru lats.
lis ittm r Ito 1 r N . .r,ont, Ont.
ts a precaut ion which shou'd never bo neglected
when dange i pre,sent.io aw p t etir"aouo
sirable, especially f or tile feeble and sickly. An
fles. lt( nbowe Clcon nt. thee i's ittia
comparable to this wholesomo resto: ativo. For
sale by all Dluggis.s tand DJealers generaRly.
The Only Remedy
That Acts at the Same Time on
The Liver, The Bowels and The Kidneys
TM. combined action ives i wonde,ful
iowoer tocure a diseaes.
WyAre We Sick ?
Because,ice allow these great organa to be
a cloged Or t pId ad looua hu
BilHousness, Piles, ConstipatIon, Kidney
Comtplainta and Disrases, Weak
nesses and Nervous D isorders.
csning ieact on of ese oran a n
Why ',uiTer Bliouts pains andl sches I
Why tormented with I lies Constipation 1
Wh b frightened overdisorAered Kidneys I
Why endure nervous or sick haeaachewd
Wlhy have sleepless nights I
Use KIDINEY WVORT ad refoice in
health. It Ls a dry,uegetable compoundand
Ono packago will make Aix qtaeor Med teine.
Get it of ou Drugqist he woll order it
WELLS EARD oh ., Propuietcru,
S(wilIend, poet paid1.) Burlington,, Vt.,
And BOILER FEEDERS.
Jtohn H. McCowan & Co., CIn'ti, 0.
lituy your Catmpaign CAPe and CA PES at first
MUSLN, aindl In BLUE
W. HOWARD BROOK(S & Si
43 NORTHl TIllRD STil
haigsoha immenesl In a part of th eonf
and toneto the diseased organs, and throug them
legws lhoe iter, whIch do me:
(wl seWpos , a nd at wl equel
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cure
common Blotch, Piuible,- r Erupton, By a
Roug Skin, in short, a Ii diseases cause by
pur ying, and invigoratin medlicine.
E oecially has itmanifested its poteue in
ls, ano nys Scrolalue Sores and wel
If you feel dulli, drowsy, debilitated, have a
lternated wis ho flushes, irregu lar appetiteo
orid Liver, or "Bill oneness." As a reni
Metical Discover has no e Jla, as it efrects p
In the cure of eeoneb is Severe Coug
usnion, it has astonished the0 medical facul
greates m eal disovery of the age. old by
No use of taki
4 Pelts (Little
, s Whil.tain
\W'X~ 35a G syseom, dit, g
e-rm.e-or. P 5se h,,Dad
W an frillal MteIrlt,
"WP10 Moa. MAQI oX&T
CORRMUTIXG T 11 D0A3D VWTAT3IM
chronte Rheumatism Scrofula, Oldfidwar
Swellg fa Dry Zlout. cate At1,
tions, ili 1a Ble
isn powlat Watr Brah i o
blt Swelltilgi, Tumors. 11rs in d
Dieaes ceurial Diseaes, Female O
plai, out, Drop:.y Salt Xheum, bronchi
Liver Complaint, &a.
'ot only does the Sareapartilian Resolvent
SOroIOUS. Oft"titutIonal and k Di
but It Is $he only postive curo for
KIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
Urinary and Womb Disases, Gravel. Diabetes
Dropy 11toV% of Water, Incontinende" 91
u r ee are Albuminurian and en
ate sethe are briok-dust ftpot ot
thewatr I thcIcloudy, mixed *Ith bt
stanoes like the white of an e or threads lk4
white sil, or there ts a mori, Aark, billous
ahMarance ad white bone-dust deposits, and
ohn there is a priaking, burning senhation
w en pa water, aud pa in tee small of
the back awfaiong the I s Sold by Drug
gists. PRIOBON DOLL .
OVARIAN TUMOR OF TRW YHARS1 GROWTH
OURID BY DRILIRADWAY%S RVARDIRL.
One bottle oontmn more of the active p 320
aMedicines tan any other Preparali
ka In Teaspoonful doses, while others e.
11Ire Oive or siM timea as much.
R. R. -R,
CURES AND PREVENTS
IRHUMATISM, - FEVER AND AGUE,
Looseness. Dlarrh(w, Cholera Morbud. or pain.
haldishares romthe bowels arc stopped in
l or 0 m iutes bY toking Itadws ' Ready e
liet. No congestion or Inflammaton, no weakc
nes or lassitude will follow the use of the iL it.
IT WAS THE FIRST AND 18
The Only Pain Reinedy
that istantif stops the most exoruciating
U01M.wheter of the Lungs stomach bowel
or other glands or organs, by one application.
in froa gOe to twenty miinntemi, no mat.
tr how violent or excruciating the pain. tne
1heumatic, Bed-ridden, Intirm. urp led, Nerv
u er AY R ADY RELIEF will afford
inaMMation of the Ridneys,
InflanIenation of the Bladder,
InglarnMation of the Bowel.
C-Onfngfsoal Of the Lungs.
Sore Throat, De g BreatbningW
. PaIp l on of the Hears.
HMYsteric., croup, hiphtherift.
19eadnehe. Toothpcre, lope .
geuralsia, Rhenat. .
cold Chills, Awne chills,
Ohtblains and Jrost Bite.
Ther applcaior he adyr Rele to tepar
afford ease and comfort,
water wil In a few mintutea s tu brampf
Sprains. Sour Siomach, Hleartburn, Sick Head
ache Diarlic. Dysentery Colic, Wind in the
Travelers should always carry a bottle of R ad
w a Red Relief wit them Afew dropsIna
chang of waler, It is better tha French
lrndyopr itter as a stimulant. Price Fifty
Radwayfs Regulating Pills.
Peribet P gatives, Seething Aerients,
and Natural in their Operation,
A YEGNTABLE SBSTITUTE FOR VALOMEL.
Perfeetly tasteless, elegantly coated with
swe~,purge, regulate, purlfj, cleanse and
Raf WA'tPa fo r Bthe uitofalleDisorder
S.Nervous ~foas eadache, Cons lado
mess, FvsrYnflammation 1Pes
and all derangemonts of the Internal ea
Warranted to effect a perfect cure. Purely
vdetabie, o ataining no meroury, minerals of
Ohsrve the following s mptm retia
ton. AInd Piles, Fulness of he Blood In
tering at the heart';Chaoking or Suffering Sea.
Viin Do to r ebs li ore the Sght Feenaed
Tilin I th ead, Deflen~ c Peylpra
Heat, Bsrning In thte rleanhudn. ise
Price, 35 Ces per Boex.
We repat that the reade mst osl
their cure,.og which may be named a
'Faine and True n
'Rdwy on irable Urethra,*'
an others relating to different classes of Dig.
S0LD BY DRUGGISTS.
READ "WALSE AND3 TRUE."
Sn a Warre, or. Chueis St. New
Wnormation worth thousands will be sent
TO THE PUBLIO,
of a)s Itaways olbd esaelse et B RuE
DIE tha tbe base ad wrtJuloe imitations o
see thtthe nae "adwyrso wna yo
THE BLATCH LEY
rNit th 1'nzp ,o. rey I P hte kere,ete
C. 0. BLATC*nE,y,
30 MAK3 treet, PIaDLPHA .Pa.
AOENTr WANTED to sell the LgPE OP'
GEN. JAS. A. GA RFIELD,
~~ h b ors~~9f
Al tkW sHOOL SONG 00O1
A New, Complete and most attractive
"olleotion of School Song,
By L 0. XMRb0N.
Send 50 Cents for Specimuen Copy.
Sooks for Schools, Singing Schools, Choirs, &L
Gospel Tentporance Meetings
W9leone Chorus. ($100). For High 80hools
song Bells. (60 ota). For Common Schools.
White Robes. (80 ets). For Sunday Schools.
Te,nple. ($100). For Choirs and Singing
Voice of Worship. ($1 00). Choirs and Sing.
Fohnsova's Method For Sing'g Clawse.
(6) ets. For nging schools.
renperance Jewels (85 cts., Gospel Temp.
Teanperance Light. do., (19 ots).
Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston,
.1. E. DITXON, & CO..
12V3 Cheatnt Strees. Phlladelphia.
IMPORTANT TO AGENTS*
TH,& LIFE Of
GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD,
By his per.onal friend. 3alor BUNDY, Editor N. T
la u, 1 th only edition to which Gen. Gardel
h:s alven per.al atonsion or facts. Beautifuliq
llIiinrate<, pint- d mu d bound. Full length tg
portralt b y ll ,from % p ictu re tak e n e x ressly 11%
this womk Active Agenta Wnnted. Libora
rims. lendl *1.00 itt o.o lor complete outfit.
IIl and 113 Wilim S1ret t. New York.
Ilfl"I COPYING A01NTS WANTED for the
Ne Wv(thaiqotm ati Volvj T-Yven. metreolij.
Ian Col,Yinsc Offiee. 15 Wrest 3d Street, N. 1.
E the Old Reliable Concentrated Lye for FAMIL
SOAP MAKING. Directions accompanymkl Main
fr making Hard. Nell and Toilet W- 9ew.
i lull weight and strength.
AM FOR SAIP IFI32"6
AND TAKE NO OTHER.
PEN'A WALT XANW1r' CO., PZIIADA
Rupertus celebrated ingle 1reech*loading Sho
Gun at *14 up. Double-barrel Brooch loaders atlo
"- Muzzle and Brooch-loading Guns Biflesei a
P tole of most u.p roved English ana American
cakes. All kinds of sporting implements and artg
Nos rired bj aorhmon and an-makeO OLTIS
Ugt I910- OADINDORBL100' Sateo)
to boat aunse yet made for the price. Send
Samp for Price List.
JOS. C. GRUBB & Co.,
712 Market Streets Phila., Pa.
S it, Spasms and Convulsion
%*11 Cured by the use of
WILLIAM 1. PzHic0' EPMIPBTIVNM.
4wixd(t arfre4ncnpy9(XfvKr&vmus JGURNAL40 WM. IL
eNICV, WII1 le Druggist, tSt. Jeig No,
5 MIELLION Plante I VIl pack to reauh you
CABBA e Y at$.- per 1,000. Also
C A B BA C Ei Co"or-at 2 5 ,- pcO .."t
logim fre. 1. F. Tillinghast, La Plume,Lacka
waillif County, Pat.
ADNEN AND NTORE.-KEEPERS-you can
J get ChoCe Good1 chap by wriling on a
1.stai for our prico l.st, Wilch enables you to or
ter by nil the ist way, and soothe many kinda
of luelandise %%e keep for sale at snrprlisingly low
prico. Wo solid ianmples of lamburge Laces Rib
0O"11, FriIFes, &c., if requested. Wo sell W holesatle
mamd Rtaltf r Culth down. A new combinatin
sysOm1 01natbl0s its to quote very close prieep. We
havo $1. 82 and $5 parkages of notions which can
not be bohlt for twico ho money elsewhere, all
waniteul in overy family. Monoev retusrund if not sat.
tslactaory. l.i 0U1HTSiN & DUTTON,
33 Trenmont Mt.. Boston. linas.
NIGHT me, " f::; fl5c: s;nt all, ad,
FEELT CAurPETIN4AN 20 to 45 ct, per yd. FELT
C Ei LIN4e lur ro..miis 1mm place of Plaster. FELT'
RtOt.FN4J and NiDENO. For Circular and
saple, n.0,1 ies C. J1. l.A Y, Canilen, New Jersey.
IEEDi'S CENTENNlAL, TURIBINE WVATER1
WVlEEL~-The lie.t anci cheap--st In the world.
cimi for ircitiiur. J MAY,yg,tll bortiville, OtsegO
OF TIlE PREsIDENTrIAL CA NDID)ATES.
500 P'ages Each, N EW, A UTH ENT10. COMPLETE.
Ale Authora, The Fastost Selling Books
Finme Illustratonms, of trie Day.
L'" f6e. "ANOOCIf
Best Books. it? LIberal Terms, a
A4 E NTS W A NT ED E V.ERtYWI EitE.
J.or ful io ietemus ammi te rp address at once
naiti. .; Ch caigo, lilt.; 8t. Lout, Mo.
for lho TRADE. Ter'itary g tven
Bllt~d1ll . Cicin,nati, . Catalogue F EE.
Agents Wanted. """t chnce ever offered
froe Addiress ME TA L STRtI C , Sn ceent ,Oho
777 A Y EA iR and expenses to ag'te
OuthIt Free. Address P.0
VI(CK ERY Angusta. Maine.
MAKE HENS LAY.
An Englih Voternary tBurgeon and Chemist now
travoin g in this country, sa.ss that most of thme lOors
and Catle s Powdl-r, heire ar-e worthless trash. He
sas that, iheridanm's Condition Powders are abso
earth wil mae im y -n e vaord ' onditon
P'owdlers. Dose. one toe oon to on,, pint of fee
stanmps.-orwhe I. JrOhNBON aCO. Bangor. t.
Tnose answereag an &uvernaemens wit
eonfer a favor upon the Advertiser and the
Publisher by ntatlng that they sawthe adver
dowm.nt In this tnnensai (naminstth.oo,na,
- UabuW R,
~sen sap fr Caaoge
Rifles,8ShotGuns. Rowolvers.sentoe..d. feeanlnauen
hands. PTe LMleat, Styles in ENAMELED
andi WiIITE DtIL L.
,Og. AND PIL.8
7. nwand wonderfl remedy whioh So
,~ workson natural principles. It aestorsengt
sleanses the system of accumulated andpisnu
been cured, also Piles, Consntipat,
have volumes of testimony of its ttv
e harm than good, or dratie pills, but usenas
5, UWABDSO A ., IPrp
s aIl Ruwtsf. fre a thle WOrt Bereflt l 0
els, Salterhenn, Fever Bores, Sealy o
Dad blood, are cc 'quered by this powertmA
BYnring Tetter, Rose Rasha, Betts, g5m
lings, White Iwellings, Goitre es rie
fllow eelor of skin, or yellowih-bro,a spt
i, bad taste In mouth, Iaternal heat or ohm
and tongue eoated, you are auglertn from
oidy for all snob cases Dr. Fie roe's Golden
rieat antd radical cures,
se Weak Lange, andi early stages of Gen.
~ nd erninent physlolans pronounoe It the
nus a r e 1 naaefuspis
st e tb e, nparioular ears is aired
im le prate withiout tiltraeo the
i- occupation. F!or fauudcee gleaidee
inapre BlOt, Pain in the Shses's
LUhs, Dissimess, leasr Ernaons
Taste in Henth, ililott attaekg,a~3
imea imiernal Vse ELueaje~n
Br. dieree's leasant ruau e~Je