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FARM AND GARDEN.
TUA 1EsT BOARi FiNoc.-The best
board fence that has over been made
here is called the "panel fence." It
has been in use for a dozen years, and
now very little board fencing o any
other kind Is made. Tue boards sre
usually twelve feet long, four inches
wide, and of beech maple or other hard
wood. Four boards are iialled together
with nattens, one in the middle and one
about one foot from each end, spreading
the boards far enough apart to make the
height of the fence. Four inch square
posts are driven about oleveir feet apart
and these panels hung on to the pots
upon hooks of half inch iron driven
into he posts. This fence can now be
made here for twenty-ive to eighty
cents per rod: if a man has his own
timber his outlay, aside from his work,
need be butabout twenty octts per rod.
A frame is usually made to nail the
panels together upon by setting uip
three posts with blocks nailed upon
them to hold the boards the right dis.
tance apart, and Iron plates to clinch
the nails upon; -olinch or wrought nails
are used. The advantages of this fence
are the Jollowing: It can be made in
the winter or rainy days, and with a
frame any man can make it. The paiels
are pil6d up out of the way until wan
ted. The posts can be sharponed and
hooks driven into them at any time.
It require a less number of posts; if'
the posts are lifted by the frost, they
can be driven back without breaking
the boards; if a post rot or Is broken It
can easily be replaced. Tho fence Is
easily removed by,placing a lever under
the hook and drawing out the posts.
Should a panel become broken it can be
rep)laced w 'h a new one. Three men,
one to mnak(the post holes with a crow
bar, one to Urive the posts and one to
hang en the panels and tighten up the
hooks, will set seventy-five or one hun
dred rods in a day. It has been ropor
ted here that some one claims a patent
on the hooks, but we do not i:ujow of any
one who ever paid anything for using
HOw TO PLow WELi.-1n the first
place have your plow sharp. Evei a
good workman will not be able to do
good work with bad tools. It i8 not
enough to turn over a clean furrow.
Good plowing means tile thorough
pulverization of the soll, and the best
plowmnan is lie who can break up the
ground into the inest particles. Plow
an inch or so deeper each year, and
thus deepen your seed-bed and bring
the subsoil into contact with light and
air for their chemical operatiois. You
can never go too deep provided you go
,slowly. Never he in it hurry at this
kind of work. If you have not t.hw
time to do your work just right make
the time. One acre well plowed is
worth two acres half way done. If, i
rock or a root or any other obstiuction
is in Your % a% stop and got. rid of it
entirely. If Tt Is a rock put It on your
fence or throw it In a sink-hole; never
let it bother you again; dispose of it
at once. Do not ride on your plow
handles. Your teani has draught to
overcome without your laziness athing
ffty pounds more. Riding on the him
dies never does good work. When
done take your )lo%w and clean it. well
and put it under cover out. of the way
of wet and moisture, which, like rot.,
soon destroy a valuable implement.
AN ARTIFICIAL, HVN.NEIY.-W. C.
Baker. of Cresshill, N. J ., is the lar
gest artificial poultry-raiser in the
world and after spending $80,0001 in ex
periments and getting eslablished, now
haa a gross income of $80,000 a year,
and will raise 250,000 young chickens
during 1880. HIe is enlarging lisa ae
commnodatlonsato keep 3.500 lay ing henis
of the best varieties, but still has to
buy eggs. Both liens and chicks are
housed and ted ini luxurious,systemnatic
style, the hatching beling (1011 in two
incubating chambers cap,able of' holing
8,000 eggs each, in tiers of' shallow
drawers where theCy arc warmied by
gas miade on lhe place, al turned
daily by women in attendance. Th'ie
young cluck is taken to the brooding
house, sonme hours after' it Is hantched,
wvhere it is kep)t till ithre weeks old
and creeps under a lhen-mother of hiol
low zinc, tilled withI hot wvater and
lIned on thme umnder sIde with blanket
lng. A fter t.hree weeks (he lusty
young fowl is put among Lthe laying
hians or In the craminig-house, where
each hen is confined in a small box anad
stuffed for t wo or th ree weeks till ready
for marker. Mr. Baker cani now fatten
50,000 a year.
Su: rn u'n has been foutnd to ciire croupi
in fowls when applied as follows: Open
the aiffected fowl's beak, anid with a
tube, which may be formed of' piaper,
blow half a teaspoonf ul of'aiilphiur (down
the throat. Tlharee-ap)pheations havec
beeni known to cure.
A lady on Seneca street Utiea, New
York, is the owvner of a smnall frisky dog
and a very talkative pairrot. Occasion
ally Polly Is demoralized, antd, inisteadl
of behaving herself as a goodl lady bird
should, she gives vent to some terrible
shrieks, anid endleavors to be as bad as
she possibly cia. When she takes these
spells the dog, knowing that a r'ep
rimandi Is needed, goes to thme cage and
administers several severe rebukes in
the shape of a savage little bark. TIhe
otater afternoon Poll sat upon her
perch wvith all the dIgnity piossible.
Th'ie (log was taking a nap in an ad join
ing room. Suddenly without the mio
mnu's notice, Poll let loose two or
three unearthly screeches. The dog
was awakened, of course, and imme
diately started toward She cage at a full
run, barking as lie wvent. After lhe had
scolded, as lie thought enough, lhe ad
journed to the other room and snuggleo
himself for another snooze, Ile had no
more thani closed bliu eyes before P'oll
shrieked again, longer and londer than
before. UJp jumped the dlog, anmd out
lhe wvent barking furiously. When lhe
rerched She cage, 1Poll, wvho hat stop)
poed her noise to give the dog a Qhlance,
began to bark just as 1loud as her f'ouir
legged associate. renny choked him
self off, and gazed on in holy horror.
lie stood looking at the cage for several
minutes. Finally lis tall droppedl be
tween lisa legs, and he turned around
and left the spot. Just as he wvas going
out of the room P~oll stopped barking,
a sort of pleased expression cept dowvn
her jagged beak, and as -the dog faded
from view sIfe yelled after him, "Good
by, Penny," and without further ado
resumed her meditations upon he r
.An ex~cellent hydraulic cemnitl has
been made by mixing ,one ton of blast
furnace slag--sand to one and three
uarter tons of chalk, and burning
eb whole In an ordinary cement
il ,-.' I I
WIT AND HUMOR.
AN Irishman entered the Newark
t Advertiser office and asked the clerk to
write an advertisement for lilid.
"I lost me dog," fie said. He gave a
fgeneral description of the animal.
' What name does he answer to?"
"Och, thin, d'ye think it's a parrot I
lost, that I'd should a conversation wid
him ?" "But, what do you say when
Ou call -Our dog?" "Faith, I say,
come here, y' black thafe o' the
Wicked for olergymen.
Rev. --, Washington, D.C., writes:
"I believe it to be all wrong and even
wicked for clergymen or other publio
men to be led Into' giving testimonials
to quack doctors or vIle - stuffs called
medicines, but when a really ineritori
ous article, made of valuable remediet
known to all, that all physicians use
and trust in daily, we should freely
commend It. I therefore cheerfully
and heartily comnuient Hop Bitters for
the good they have done me and my
friendS, firmly believing they have ni1
equal for family use. I will not be
without them."-ye York Baptist
11uao AnNo-r was a-long time a 1ilot
ed with a very bad cough. One day,
after a severe fit,. meeting the Jate Mr.
Tytler, of Woodhouslee, lie remarked
to him that "this-cough would cer
tainlycarry lilm oi some day like a
rocket." "Aye, aye, Mr. A.," ob
served Mr. 'T1. "It's my oplonion, how
ever, if you dinna mend your manners,
- ye'll tak' a contrary direcocon I"
AN old Judge of the Now York Su
prome Court meeting a friend In a
neighboring village, exclaimed, "Why
what are you doing here?" "im at
work trying to make an honest living,"
was the reply. "Then you'll succeed,"
said the Judge, "for you'll have no
"BIEN having your boots half
solded ?" asked Tom.
"Well, yes," said Ben, who was
looking a lit,tle seedy; "but they're not
s'old as my hat."
And it was three o'clock the next,
afternoon before Tom understood just,
what lie meant by it;
A vouNa man who held a loaded
pl1tol to his head and threatened to
blow his brains out, unless the girl who
had refused him would consent to have
him, was cooly told by the young lady
lie would have to blow some brains into
his head first. ie didn't blow.
i4olnmE (to wilness with bandaged
icad) -"1id lie have any provocation
when lie struck you ?" WiLtness-"Ile
may have had something of the kind
coneiyled on his parsoi, but It was a
brick lie struek me wid.'"
A liin but parsiionlious old gentle
man., on being taken to task for his
uihiaritableness, a oid --True, I don t
give nimch ; but if you only knu.v how
L it hurts me when I give anything, you
t wouldn't wonder."
A WELL-KNOWN Evaiigelieal clergy
man, on being accused of leaning to
wards Universalism. replied that. lie
hoped everybody would go to heaven.
'And." saId lie, "there are solne per
sons I wish were there now."
A a ian eame to the station j tist ats
the train was steaming out a friend on
the platform of a car called out
''You didn't i'unm fast enongh I'"
"Oh, yes, I dId: but .1 dIdn't start
soon01 enoug1 I" was the reply.
A trr-rr.Ec fellow on gning the first
time to church, where the p)ews were
very high, was asked1, 0on coming out,
what lie d11d in chiurchi, when ho re
"I went into a cupboard, and1( took a
1seat on a shielf."
A (GAnnlY.OUS fop, who by his frivol
- ous remarks had1( aiinoyed his p)artner
Sin a bail-room, among other empty
Sthings asked whether she hatd ever had
her ears p ierced. ''No," wvas the ic
p)ly ; ''but I have often hi ad them
- EKei'TED Bates man ZduirlilE gaines
bet;ween Bates and Bowdoins)-"Oh I
;dangi H e had1( ought 10 went1I'
Young lady (overhearing, to sarcastic
8 howdoin un) - "Is. that a Bat.es
a stu(ldent?"' Iowedoin mnan-"No, Miss,
that is their professo:' ot rhetoric."
To xy wvere at a dinuner party, amnd lie
remarked that lie supposedl she wvas
fond of ethnology. She said( she was
buit she was net very wvell, and1( the
doctor hiad told her not.to eat aniythlmg
for dessert but oranges.
"'PI.EAsE. to ilndersItand1,'' said the
iloniorable Billy the otheri day. "'I'mn
not such a fool as I look.'' ''No,''
said Bob, "tLhat would be too much.''
".'MAMMA,'' asked a lttlec girl. "'why
l i t th(ey sinzg in chn rehi, ''We'll dine
no more,'' and then go right home and
A FISanERIMAN is a very irrepolute amid
Sunreliable p'erson. Ile dlon't even sit
Sdown on his own hook.
A YOUNG lady calls her follow
"hloney-suckle," because hie's always
hanging over tihe front fence.
- T'uE boy who was kept out of school
for orthographiy PaId lie was spell1
C A noa frequently worries a cat, but
man who Is nobler than the dlog, wor
' A YOUNG; lady is iiot like a triee. You
cannot estimate her age by counting
-her ri ngs.
A YOUNG lady is net like a tree. You
'fcanniot estimlate her age by counting her
0 BAuK-YAuDs-Theill trainls of ladies'
Swept because there were no0 more worlds
to conaquter, but the prop)rietors of Dr.
Pierce's IPamilly Medicines who have
nfoiunid it necessary to establish a branch
of thle World's DI)spemnsary at L'mQon,
lEngland, in order to supl)hy from that
great comtmereial emp)ormm these reo
dial blessings to foieign countries
- wvhere they are largely in decmand, do
not share the great conqueror's 80enti
mnents, as their conquests are of disease
Sand have made happy not only the eon
.queror but the people who employ
thiem. Dr. Pierce's Goldeon Medical
. Discovery cures all blood and skin (dis
eases, scrofiulous affections, swellings
a,nd internal soreness. Dr. Plerce's
e P ellets are the little giant cathlartie
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription-.
woman's tonic andl nervine-Doetor
Pierce's Extract of Smart WVeed, the
, great remedy for colds and all bowel
affections, as dlarrho t, dysentery andl
flux. World's Dispensary Medical As
a soolation, proprietors, fluufalo and Lion -
QUAI481A WATER AND) MOSQUITONs.
Qusasia water Is a protection again.s
gnats and mosquitoes. A young frien
of mine, lie says, severely bitten b
mosquitoes and unwilling to be seei so
disfigured, sent for quassia chips' an
had boiling water poured upon them
At night, aftoi washing she dippe
her hands Into the quassla water an(
left it on to dry on her face. This wat
a perfect protection, and continued t4
be so whenever applied. At the ap
proach of winter, when files and gnati
get into house and sometimes bit(
venomously, a grandchild of mine
eighteen months old, was thus attacked
I gave the nurse some of my weak solu,
tion of quassla to be left to drop oi hi
face, and he was not bitten again. It
is innocuous to children, and it may bo
a protection also against. bed insects
which I have not had the opliortnnit3
CHLOnIDIC OF IME AS A DisiNFce r.
ANT.-One pound( requireis three gal
lons of water; use the clear solution
To purify rooins, sprinkle on the floor
and, if needful, on the bed linen. In
fected clothes should be dipped in it
and wrung out, just before they ar
washed. It purifies night commodes
water closets, &e. It may also be use(
in its pure state. For butcher ials
fish markets, slaughter houses, sinks
and wherever there are offensive putrih
gases, sprinkle it about, and in a fcm
days the smell will pass away. If I
rat, or mouse should die about Lb.
house, and seid forth an offensive gas
pliaeo soie chloride of lime iI ain Opel
vessel tiear the place where the nuls
Ilco is, and It will soon purify tie at
mosphere. Chloride of lime In a roon
will cause iron01 or steel to rust ramIdly
No preparation ever discovered ex.
Cept (Carbolino, a deodorized extract oi
petroleum, will really produce n-1e
hair on bald heads. It will be a -happ]
day when the great army of bald headi
fully understand this.
Wmmit Tro lit(iM bic.-..\ cauntr3
wonan says: "Tihe wise man in en
mcrating the time and Season," muade
no mention of a time to skim milk; yet
nevertheless there is a time--a righl
time-and that is just as the muilk be.
gitjs to sour in the bottom of the pans
Thon the cream is all at the surface
and should at once be renoved--witi
as little milk as possible. If allowed
to remain unif til the acid reaches the
creami, it Ipairs it iII (ua11ntity. ''lh
housewife or lairylaid who th.11inks tc
obtaini a greater (ianL,y by allowing
the milk !.o stand beyond tha, tie
labor-s Ilnder a most egregious mis
V ANiISA CHFAM wiru FuitT S.A%cH
--Maike a nice custlrd with a Plitt o:
rich milk and the yolks of live eggs, i
seant ci) of suigar ani(i vanilli to taste
When this custard thickens take it of
tile IirIe, and add, while still hot, hal
a box of gelatine previously dssoivet
in cold watelr. Wet i Imlold, pmt in tlf
cream, aI set, it on lee. Whlien se
turn it. out on a deep (disl, aIrrango
bunch of fln eandled eher ries on tol),
and )or around It a sauico muade of ret
Ce1lrrie's stowed, sweetened, strainet
and slightly thi0kened with corl
Cno'oI..AT, Punnimo. - Melt two
onnces of butter, mix in two ounees o
flour, slinior to it soft paste In half'
pint of good mnilk, sweeten with tw
ounces of sugar, and flavor wit.h tw4
onnes elhocolate. When cool, stir ii
the yolks of four oggs well beaten am
tihe whites beaten to a snow ; putt itt
a1 buIttered 1mo1 uld immtiediately ; it ti
moul1 d Ina pan111 halt' full of hot, water
set.in te Oven tand bake one hour1
Serve wIth sau1ce.
-ICe CJAI(E.-Boil rice unitil it i,
soft., and~ wvhile warmt make into cakel
or' flat, bails. IDip the ballIs ito a beater
egg, and11 then roll thiemt ini111 ai iea
till t hioroughly coatedl. Thfais (done, fri
thetm 1in11ard, wichill is better than but
ter for tils p11 rpose. Serve~ thiem wi L
Sattee, or with btteIr, or wit,h tcean:
N iW EN(aaANI,MI A lu:NM.-Bea1t tw<v
eggs well ith a tablespoonfuli of but
ter' add a pint of mil1k. Tfake three ten
cuips of Ilour, two teaiSpoon1fuls of' bak
ig p)owIler, half a tensp)oo'nf t'i salt
sit. in the mitlk and eggs, beat (quickl,
and1( (itop Into mnuflin rings or gem pan
leav ing roo'm for t.hem to rise ; ba1ki
unmelldiately 11n1 alquICk ovena.
ANY 01ne desharing ai reoelpe ho0w t<
maiike soap1 for' a cent, a1 pounad, will I.e.
ceive it gratis by aiddresosing I. h. Ora
gin & CJo., Philadel phia, the tianuf'ae
turlers of' the Julstly celebr'ated IDobbins
A 'T'IAsI'oost'VJ. oc' more' of' powder'm
borax Lihrown iuto the bathl-tub whili
bathing will commn 1)1aleate a velveta
solness to tile water' anid at the sai
t.ime1 inivigoraite and reCst the bat.her'
P~ersons~ tobled with nerv'ioluness (I
waketli night ill ind111 tIls kind of
bath a greait benelt.
(1 iuiEN PRA SA l.A 1).-For a1 small d ir
ner uise a pIntI of cold bot lei peans ; t.hie
should1( be verty youn ig and1( tenider. Al
a little p)owtIiered sugar amionig t,bll
and1( serve with a f'ew sileces of cucunm
ber anid 8a mayonniaise matde wit.h tiar
r'agon vinieg a'.
.POT'A'ioi. A LA R1t nAN,--TheIse po0th
togia ploltaoes, exCept thait they ari
shIaved in long ribbons iinsteadh of 11
siaal circular pieces. Fr'y in bollin;
lard, and salt delicately.
V EGEiIxK 18 not a stiimulaitinig bitter
wvhich 0lrent.CA a hictit.ins apipetit(
but a gentle tonic which assists noi
Lure to restore the stomach to a heal
Do0 not use (airy hipleents mfade0 C
soft w0ood. 'They 5001n b(ecoO meSaturatei
with oil of old butter, anid inijuret th
qulality of all ne0w buLtter they come I
N owi thamt manily early tlowers havy
quit bloomning thleir seeds sholeid b
gathei'ed andt the p)lanits remioved to at
A SPOONFUL, of stowed tomlatoes I
the gravy of eitber roasted 01' frie,
meat is an Improvemerit.
TUl'CInLERs that have had1( 1)1lk I
themi shou1(1ld nver be put in hot wv.
A SA1Att piee of' charcoal 1n the pt
with boiling cabbage removes the smell
CLEOAN oil cloth wvitit milk and wv.
ter'; a brush or soap) ill ruIn it.
A LITTL,i ginger p)ut Into sausaj
meat improves the flavor.
Uln P'ROMPT' ATTRNT1oN and 'Trtieint..(
this asonn of the year, to all affectIons o, 1h
Boweil, such as DIarrhoia. Cholera Mortmn
Dysentery. Ao. Dy using Dr. ,)ayne's Carming
titeJata1nmyou will obtain fmmedilate re'tl
trhaieso,Com)plaints, and soon drive t,ila
JISTis ti eatiig, the results oI
Indgestion, will no longer be experi
ece iIf a tablespoonful of Simmons
Liver )Regulator is taken after each
meal, and, by persevering ih the use oi
this remedy for a few weeks, a perma.
nent quro will be effected. It Is no[
unpleasaht to-the taste; does away wIth
siokening medicine or pills; Is a nild
laxative, but does not nauseate or irri
tate the stomach, and unlike any other
known medicine, wIhen its use Is dis
continued, the system is'not left con.
stipated or costive. it Is very properly
called the -Regulator-it removes Bil.
lous Secretions, Cleanses the Blood,
Screngthens the Kidneys and assists
Nature. It talVes the place of Qilnine
and Bitters of all kinds; is no violent
drastie medicine; is gentle and harm.
less, and warranted not to contain a
single particle of any mineral sub.
stance, but is purely vegetable,
A recent French Invention, of consid
erable-interest, is an improved motive
Power engine, worked by means of at
mospheric presure under the effect of
barometric vacuum. By means of two
connecting rods, a shaft recelyes-a ro
tary motion produced by the action of
two cylinders placed in two parallel
cylili ers. Each cylinder is closed at
one end, and communicates with an os
cillating cylinder in the form of a U,
which may be placd either horizontal
ly or vertically, When it Is' placed
horizontally and ilied with mercury,
well as the motive cylinder, the piston
is a, the end of the cylinder; the oscll
lating cylinder is then placed in the
vertical position, and the mercury falls,
and the barometric vacuum being pro
duced, the piston pushed by the atmos
plheric Pressure v-enters the fixed
cylinder. -The oscillating cylinder
then again takes horizontal position
and, the mercury re-entering the flxed
cylinder, the pliton moves In the con
trary direction. The second fixed
cylinder is so placed that Its Plistol
and that of the second oscillating cyl
inder are the reve-se of the cylinder.
Counter weightseqiilibrate the weight
of tihe U-shaped cylluder full of nier
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. ie was 'u
tirely eured by the use of Hop Bitters.
It allayed all that burning thirst; took
away the appetite for liquor; ma le his
nerves emady, and he has- renialned a
sober and steady inan for more than
two years, and has no desire to return
to his cups; I know of a nurnbor of
others that have been cured or <lrink
InLy by it.''-From a JeadIng 1t. I.R
Ollicial, Chicago, Ill.-Timos.
Carre makes his east-iron magnets by
runniing a soft and slightly carhibret
ted metal in earthen crucibles. Before
pouring 10 to 15 pIer cent, Of steel Ill
lings and about 1 01- 1.5 of nickel, with
0.25 per cent. of copper, or 2 peir cent,
ot tin and 0.5 per cent. of copPer, arc
''HnIu is Fcarcoly a person to be found cwho
will not 'e greatly boinofittod by a thorough
course of K dnoy-Wort every apring. If you
feel out of sort., and iioi't know wylhy, tako a
package o. Kidney-Wor: ati you will fool 'iko
a now croaturo.--3ANN*it.
ow- Can I Express My Thanks?
Mrs. Meoks, of Yorkville, NOw York. writoi
It affords me great pleasure to wr,to theso fow
lines to lot the public know the value of Ana
ke.is, the great External Pilo Rlemodv. I have
sutfored the last 14 years everything but
death; in that, time I have spent hundreds of
dollars. I havo tried everything I over hoeard
of, I have had four different doctord, but
found very littte relief. I at last heard of A na
kEsis; I tried thoem anid inl one hour's timo
founid relief and have net been troubled wit)i
them since. llow can I express my thanks tc
you? No tongue can praise them too huig,hly,
anid I would say to all those who are ailhcted
with Piles lnmorrhoids or issures, internal
or external, give A4nakesis a trial and you waiil
no longer be a sufferer.
Samples of A nakeqis are sont fr-ee to all suf
forors on applic'ation to P. Nemustaodtor & Co.
Box .3916, Now York. Sold by all Druggists
The Vo'Itaic Belt Co., Mlarshall, Miceh.
Will mend their celebrated Electro Volta,
Belts to the aficoted upn 80 days's trial
Speedy ourem guaranteed They mea whna
hesy uay. Write to them~ witliout delay
D)oees e MedicatiEon
Is a precat ion whIch shiould never be negleote<
when danger is present,, and t.horotore- a cours
of the BI ttors at, Lii Is sea8son Ia particularly de
sirable, especlally ror t,he feeble and sickly. A
a remedy for biloie dyspopSlia, nervomi
nBSs. and bowet comnplainI.s. t,here las nothini
comparable to this n holesomne resto: attvo. Fc
sato ny all Dr uggist a and Dealers genetrally.
(A Meiclino, not a Dirink.)
H10OPS, IWUCHU, MANDRIAKE,
Axz, 'ims PrIP TANDI 1R T II)C ALQUALi1
All Dilseases of the stoach, Bowels, Bleed,
I.Iver. KIdnm.s. and Urinary organs, Neb.
$1000 IN COLD.'
Will bie pafid for a case they wIll not. cure or
help, or for a n i n ht Iptue or injurious
Ask yotur udruggcist for nop Bitters and try
themi before you sleep: Take noe other.
DI .0. tann 'bsoltiinand irreslstibleure for
Drunkoennes, use or opium, tobacco and1
Eilas. Shot (his., Revoivs.meat. s..d. for saminatio
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A New, Complete and most attractive
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By L. 0. EMERSON.
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Books for Schools, Singing Schools, Choirs, and 0
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Welcose Chorus. ($100). For High Schools. 8'
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By hil ersoi\al-friid anor BUNPY, Editor N. Y
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hits Rivet, por.ZoA. oastioto.-un or facts. Boalltifull
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portrait by I all, from a picture tak i eao--rofsly f(O
ile work. Aelive Agente Wanted. Liberal
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of Morcantoodso we keep for'sale t surprisligly low
price.,. We 80e 1d RRaHPles Of fainburge .110 8. Illtb
boot. Fringes, &c., if requestod. We sol W holedale
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MAKE HENS LAY.
An English yeternary Surgeon aid 0hemistnow
traveling in this country,@*) x that most of the lorse
and at. Powders here are wcrthlfso trash. He
sa s that t-horldan's Condition Powders are abee
url r and immensely valuab~le. Nothing o
earth will mae n laSlk heridan's ondion
Pow4ers. Dose, one teas oon to on, plat of feed.
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,~ leuu t, Pi a lhla, Pa,.,u iihors,
for elater-na or wells of any depth.-.
Plain.Iron1 Porwd in, or ('opper-ng.
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\Fits, Spasms and Convulsions
Cured by the use of' d
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. ~A YEA R ant expenses to agents
~f I' Outfit Free. Addreag,
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Do REWARD uJA*
imnide ief, crstcse
of long standing In I week, U
and ordinar cases i d
CAUTI nles it
scraperhaspriter onit n black a Nie o enes and
. aJy.ler' a naNd, Ph,a lg g
ust. re AbZ'a. la D. ,old
nPi a Mioiwhne 3It custres stto
syst. of acmulatexx en nonehi
of . etian wfndtrnalremedy whrive is
p,wrsnnauarn ipls, buretreestregt
llean s fo the w orttemad-oisonous
ban tred, lso owees. onst a Rhenau , or
havdvlume fl testimony ts owerful,y '
uham-I ng od, Rome fash i, but1g (usnr
8ig 61Wit S as, a otel or t(c
u ll colors a, r thewrsSrofuls iota
u, b at-e nnut, Fever n res hea y or il
and -tongueo coaled, you are Suffering fromi
ody for all suck cases Dr. P'ierco's Gohulen
ifot and radIcal cures.P
s, WVeak 3,unge, antd carly stages of Can.
draand iemlnon i hysIcIans pronounce it the
4te large, repulsive, nausons pills. These
l)a rearely larger than nliAsard A
17V eabe,no particular care Is re utire.t in
.lyoprate without dtisturbanceI the ci
r ocoupation. For Jaundice, IteadaceN
Inapure 01ood, Pain Ina the Bhsoulders' ni
'-hect, llMaulness, Sour Erusetations flrom
Taste in Hlouth, Billous attacks Pain In
lineys, lnternal Fever Biloated feeling
hr. Ioree's P'leasanmt Imargativo Pellets.
IEDIC&IL ANISOCIATION, Prop'u, Bluffalo. If. 1. e
4 CLUBS, .
hands. The Latest 8S,yles In ENAMELED
and WHITE DiILIIL,
Nor to Me than Gold.
WALpoli, Mass., March '1, 1880.
MIR. B. R. BTRVBNS.
I wish to infornt yoi what Vegetine has do 'e
for me. I h tve been troubled with Erysipelas
Humor for more than s years in my limbs and
other p.rts 01 my body, and have been a great
sufferer. I eommenced taking Vegbtine one
year ago 1 ist Augus and can truly s-ty it has
done waore for me than any other medicine. I
seem to uo perfectly free from this humor and
can recoriniend it to overy one. Would not be
without this medeine-'tis more to me that)
gold-and I feel it will prove a blessing to others
as It has to me.
Yours, most respeetfully,
MRt. DAVID ULARK,
J. BENTLEY, N. D., says:'
It tans done more wooclthnn all snedie
NRWMAUtKBT Qat Fob9,so
Mr. H. R. STSvIIS Boston, 11a-s . 9
Sir-I have solidurtug the past year a con
siderable qtlantity of your Vvgetine, and I b -
lieve, in all cases it ias .g von 8.atistact,ion. In
one case, a delicate young hilly of about 17
years was mu!h b aefted bY Its use. Hbr pa.
rents informed me that it had done her more
good than all the medical treatment to Whih
she had previously been subjected.
J. BENTLEY, M. D.
' Loudly In its Praise.
.omtoz4To, Ont., March 8, 1890.
11. It, STEV1110. I11a6ton:
Dear %ir-Cousidering the short time ' that
VgetLino has been before the public here, it
iells wvel us a blood purilder, and [or troubl -s
trising from a tiluggish or torpid liver. it, is a
flrstclass nedi no. Our customers speak
loudly in Its praiso.
J. WRIGHT & CO.
Cor. Queen and Elizabeth 'Streets.
fi. IA. ATEVENS, Mostoa, Mass.
Vegetine is Sold by all. Druggists.
A Medicine without a Rival.
Kidney and Liver Medicine,
CURES all Diseases of the Kidneys,
Liver, Bladder, and Urinary Organs;
Dropsy, Gravel, Diabetes, Bright's
Disease, 'l ains in the Back,
Joins, or Side; Retention or
Nonrotontion of Urine,
Norvous Diseases, Female
Weaknesses, Excesses, Jaun
dice, UllIousness, Headache, Sotir
Stonmach,Dyspepsia, Constipation& piles.
CURES WHTEN ALL OTIIER MEDICINES
FAIL, as it acts directly and at once on1 the
Hidneys, Liver, and Bowels, restoring them
to a healtpy action. IIUNT'S REMEDY is a
safe, sure and speedy cure, and hundreds have
been cured by t when phy scians and friends
hal gim thet u11 to die. o not delay, try at
onco IlUNT'S RICUBEDY.
Send foi pamphlet to
WMX. E. CLARKE, Providence, R. I.
PrIces, 75 cents and $1.25. Large size
the chenpest. 'Ask your druggist for HUNT'S
REMEDY. Take no o,her.
The Only Remedy
That Acts at the Same Time on
The Liver, The Bowels and The Kidney
This combined action glves Et ondecl
power to cure-aU diseases.
WvAre We Sick ?
Because tee allko these great org'as to be
COmeS clogged or topEd, and poisonous hu
L' morsai ae therfor e foced hato the blood
that should be exipelle natur ally.
Biliousness Piles, Constipation, Kitdne
Comnpla?ntat and Diseases, Weank
nesses sad Nerreous Disorders.
by causin g yr se action of these organs a
restorina gtheir power to throw of) disease.
Whly Suffer Bilious paints anti schesi
Why tormtentediwith Pies,Consti pationt
Why fightened over disordleredl KICdneys I
Wh y enadure nervtns or sick headachesi
Why have sleepless nights I
Use KIDNEY WVORT and rejoice in
health. it is a dry, vegetable compound and
One packago will msake sir qtsor Medleine.
Get It of yor Drugr/ist, he teill order it
WELRW,IABDSON h C$. Prito,
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ons, WELL AUCER is the
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largest lirm in A morica. Soand for ouar pictorial
catalognoe. UNITED STATEs MvcG Co., Chicago, 11U.
Is the Oil Roellable (Joncentrated Lye for FAM II,Y
tis lul weg al str at
AND TAKE NO OTiHERt.
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Those aanswerlang an advertisemnent will
confer a favor upon tihe adlvertiser and the
pulisher by stating tihat they saw the adver.
t.toament ini tisl ournal (naming the paper
I IDNTEY DISEA!
h oig uh aimens mal in al patf th entr
s and toneto the diseased organs ad through them
r power. N sAloooI tes wtic do mo
(ill send potpaid.) an elhwl equiol
~aDr, Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cnre
common Blotch, Pismapie, or Erunption, Erysi
Rough Skin, in shmort, all diseases caused by
purifying, and invigorating medicine.
Especially has it manifested its potency in
cees, aer Fys Scar3Eefuslou S ores and Swel
If y-ou fcel dull drowvay, dlebilitated, havie at
on face or b)ody, fregnent head acho or dlizzineOs
alternatedl with hot, lushes, irregnlar appetite1
Torp Id LIves', or "Ilileousness." As a roni
Aiodical Discovery has nto eognal, as it effects pe
In the cnrec of lironobhItlu, Revere conugh
sunspi ion, it has astonished tihe medical faoal
greatest medical discovery of the age. Bold by
No use of taki
* % Pellets (Little
\QYe O Sseeds,
tELtST V s,stm, dIet, o
*The' Little Giant " cathartie. Stomach, iead
.. hout Stomach, Rush of Bleed to i, tik
Bold by drtugglsts. WtIlL,D'4 DIiI'gINEIAniI
1uy y ur apnain CAPS and CAPE8 at first
I MUShIN, and in BLUE'
W. HOWA RD BROOKS & S
ara rilial R.- ol8i t
TIlE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIR
JR TH8 OURB OF 0HN0I DIS 80 ,
WOkOFULA Olt SYPUILJ,1410 D
TAlRY OR VON US,
' It Seated In The Lung or 8tonaeb,skia
or noneS, Flesh or Nerves,
XRRUPTING THE SOLIDS AND ViTATING
Ch-onio Rheumatism, Serofula, Gland_qlar
relling, Hacking ry Couh, CanceroUq A 0
one, phillito (Xtplai.t Bleldif t
uin p)ysimpsia, Water Braeh, T- 10 u
'hi eftel it gs. Tumors Uloors, utoin ON
lseases. Mercurii4 .Disietses, Fems4o Coro,
Laints, Gout., Drop y, Balt Rheum. Bronchitis,
Uver Complaint, &c.
Not only d the Sarsaparillitan Rleat
leet all remedtao agN21 in the 01ofu houo
Nofulous, 0onsetituttiol and akiniiLn"Ol
it 1 ithe only positive cure for
IDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLIAINTS,
rrinary and Womb DisCases, Gravl Diabetes
o of Water01
rine rgha tsewteAtbum ur1# an In
%see where ore are brick-dust dep'0 or
is water Is thlik, cloudy, mixed ith 6ub
anoes like the white of an egi ortro, alile
rhito silk, or there Is a mor k dark, biliious
ppearance and white bone-dust depoels and
hen there is a pricking, burning snhatlon
'hon passin water, and Patn in tae sinall of
le bacmannFa.ong the loins. Sold by Drug.
19tM. PRIOE ONE DOLLAR.
VARIAN TUMOR OF TEN TEARS' GROWTH
GURhD BY DR. RADWAY'S RHMEDIES.
One bottle contains more of the adtive prinol.
lee of Medicines than tiny other Preparation
'aken in Teaspoonful doses, while Otth". re.
uIre live or six times as much.
R R. R.
CURES AND IREVENTS
FEVER AND AGUE,
H EU MA TISM,
ooseness Dlarrhc, Cholera Morbus or pa:n.
il discharges from the bawolq are stopped in
or 20 minutes by taking tadway's iteady Re
ef. No congestion or inj tammation, no weak
cm or 1asitu'de wil.1 follow the use of the.R. It.
IT WAS THE FIRST AND IS
The Only Pain ReLedy
11at Instanti stops the most excruciating
ltl,alyfn=matio.-P, and cures Conqqs
a0iis whethor or the Lungs stomach bov#OH
r other glands or organs, by one appioaotlon.
n from one to twenty minute*, no mat.
3r how violent, or excruciating the pain. t.e
h3um.tic. Bed-ridden, Infirm. Cr Pped. Nerv
us Noura e o,' prostrated with r sease may
u&ra 11ADIeIAY'S IADY ItELIIF will afford
nflamusatilst of the Kidneys.
n asalatnmonttol of the Bladder,
n9lamimattion of the nowela.
C0111111estion Of the Lung.
ore Throat, I)ifliClt ireathuing.
Polepitation of The illear.
lysteries, croup, Diphtheria.
Weadache. Toothache ,
Xti.voasale", Sleeplessne i.
leuralmia, ike% usntijN11 -
Cold , 1lls, Aae Chills,
Chilblains and Fronlt Bltes.
Tho applicattoi of the Read uitae to the part
paits where th p ain or 0 moiluity exists w.ul
Thirt,y to tsixty drops In a half tumbler of
ate'r will in afew minutoes curc Cramps
prains. sour8Womnach, Heartburnt, Sick iead-.
ohe', Diarrhcna Dysentery, Colic. Wind In the
owuls and ait internai patns.
Travelers should always carry a biottle of Ri cd.
ay's ltondylIteilef with thtem A few dros in
'atr will prevent sickneed or pains from
tango or wa'or. It ia Iet,tr than French
randty'br lilt ters as a stimulant,. Price Fity
ont> p, r i ottie.
lad way's Regulating Pills?
erfeot Purgatives, Soothing Aperients,
Aet Without Fain. Alwaye Relable
and Natural ia their (iperation.
VEGETABLE SURtSTITUTE FOR CALOMRE,.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with
weot gm, purge, regulate, purity, oteanse and
RADWAY'li Prius for the cure of all Disordera
the atomaci Liver, Bowels, Kidneys Blad.
or, Nervous Dseases, IIeaChe n tip 10n~
ostivenes Indigestion. llapp ia,Bious.
ess. Fever, Inflammation fet Bohl plies
nd all dorongemonts of the Internal .Viora'
farrantod to effect a perfect cilrA Purel.j
e eter u'scontaing no mercury, ininerals ci
iW-Ohserve the following marsli
rom Diseases of the DigsieOrgia Const[.
ation, Inward Ples, uliness of EB Blood- in
Load, AcidIty of the'Stomach, Nausea. Heart.
urn, Disgust or Food, Fullness or Weigh In
lie Sto,nach, Sour Erutat lone, Sinking or Flut
iring at the leart, Choking or Sufferng Sen.
ion, Dots or Webs BeorePt te i Feer ao
oIl pin in the Head, Defielene of Per,
on Teliownoss or the Skin and Eyes. Patn in
oat, Bu'r ng In, the 1la Sudden Flushes of
A few doses of RADwAY'k PITJ i,Ia Wit ree the
ystem from all the above-natmed dIsorders.
Price, 20 Vents per Box.
We repeat that the reader murt consult our
Seks and papers on the subject of diseases and
leir cure, among which may be nahed :
"False and True ,"
"ladw y on lrritable Usethra,"
Riadway on Serofuia"
di othets relating Co dtfforent classes of Dis-.
80LD BY DRUGGIST8r
READ "FALSE AND TRUE."
Send a letter stam pto RA D)WA 4 00
*.-S Warren, ort. Oh1n rsta St., New
Wnformation worth thousands will bo sent
TO THE PUBLIC,
Whore ean be no bettor guarantee of the value
Da. LIADWAY's old estaolushed IR, R. i. liNus.
us than the base and worthie 's imnitations at
em as there are False Rtosoivenla Reiiere
d is.. Be sure anld attk for Radways and
0ttithe name "Rtadway" iO na you
1ipoiu oior: i'glen flocliJadn ip
-ther bt tn. yet made for-the psico, ide
.JOS. (I. GRUBBI &c 00
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E,man wants tS
li ted *rfr
toyn Widow ne.45
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