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FasD FoR Hoass.--There are sun
dry condition powders and 'tonics
which are often fed to horses and pro.
duce an increase of flesh, but they Inust
be kept up or the horse will rundown,
and In the end they will do an injury.
Regular feeding, faithful grooming,
change of diet, salt always accessible,
exercise, even if It be hard work,'wIth
suflicient rest, pure water, pure air in
the stable, and comfort and quiet, will
cause almost any horse properly fed to
lay on flesh, if not to be become fat. A
writer upon this subject, who appears
to well posted, says: "Many good
horses devour large quantities of grain
and hay, and still continue lean and
poor. The food eaten Is not properly
assimilated. If the usual food has been
unground hay and grain, nothing but
a change will effect a desiralAe altera
tion In the appearance of the animal.
In case oil meal cannot be obtained
readily, mingle a bushel of flax seed
with a bushel of barleyone of oats and
another bushel of Indian corn, and let
it be ground into fine meal. This will
be a fair proportion for all his feed.
Or the meal o1 barley, oats and corn,
in equal quantities, may be first pro-.
cured, and one-fourth part of the oil
cake mingled with it, when the meal Is
sprinkled on cut feed. Feed two or
three times daily, mingled with a peck
of cut hay and straw. If the horse
.will eat that amount greedily, let the
quantity be increased until Ie eats four
or six quarts at every feeding three
times a day. So long as the animals
mill eat this allowance,the niany quanti
ty be increased a little every day. But
avoid the practice of allowing a horse
to stand at a rack well filled with hay.
In order to fatten a horse that has run
down in flesh, the groom should be
very particular to feed the animal no
more than he will eat up clean and lAck
the manager for more.
PLANTS IRRIGATINO THEMSELvES.-It
has been shown by the experiments of
the late Prof. Habberlandt, that plants
sometimes irrigate in theirown account
and thus draw nutriment from dry
soils. He undertook a series of experi
ments on the phenomena of vegetation
of plants grown in an a'soluteiy dry
sol. For this purpose he allowed the
lower portion o1 the roots of the plants
experimented on to dip dowi Into dis
tilled water, while the upper portion
was retained in a soll so dry that thu
plants would otherwise, as was practi
cally demonstrated, inevitably be witu
ered up. The results of these trials
went to show that the portion of the
roots lying In the tipper dry stratum of
sol] rich in nutritive conistituents of
plant life does not remain inatite, as
has been generally maintained, but is
chelly occupied in supplying the plant
with the constituents 01 its asi. As
there is no absolute want o1 water,this
being supplied by the lowor portion of
the root, the tipper portion is able to
secrete a certain quantity of moisture
which is taken up by the immediately
surrounding soil, and dissolves its ear
thy conbtituents, which are then taken
up directly by simple endosmosis.
FOR A DAIRY FAnM.-Drop the old
seven year's rotation of a dairy farm,
which has been clung to as a heritage
trom the fathers,aiid adopt one ol four
years, viz: First, corin ; seconid, oats,
potltoes, or Such other crops as your
neede nay require; third, wheat; and
fourth, clover, which having Cut be.
fore the heads begin to turn brown and
are .weil cured,you will hYe hay that
wvill produce butter that will not have
to be eyed wi hi annetto to make it thie
real "gil'.-edged'' article. 'lie spring
alter you have mown your field you
have a nmass of ulover roots to plow
downi that wvill produce an eflect Oin
your corn and succering crops that
c.,,unot, be l:ad froni a noderate dres.
sing of commnercial fertii.ze'rs.; and
inoreover, the iuerensed acrenizo og
gralin will afi'ard abunaiiat stran as an
absorbent for your yards ami stable.
Thus you can carry imore stock, save
the cost of contentrrateuti erinazers, du
with less fencing anti be eiiabled to re
move worn-out soius and iuerease the
lertility for every acre.
Cowvs EATING RIOTTCN Woon.--When1
cows habatualiy cat, roiten w ot,it Indi
cates some diaorder ci the dagestion andil
an tiiihcaitby appetite arising Iroin it.
The remedly is to restore the digestive
lnctions to a Iieaithiul conditiun gy
mens oi a dose of liiatedl ol-o-e
paii, or a quart,. 101 a large cow-and
to0 repeat this the third day. Alter
this, somec nild tonic, SUch as one
drachlm oi powdered sulphate of iron
and 0iun uiiialiim of ground ginger,
should be given in fo, or wiuin some
salt, (dally icr ai week or tenl days.
l lneairly all the soils ashes are bene
ficial. 'Their action 15slmainifold ;they
supply to liants inorganic elements,
wIch they iequire ; they noutralize
acids; they act cenicalay as soivents
upon other salts ill the sell. They are
more beneficial oni sand~y and gravelly
soils 11hal1 on clay. h or plants that
cointaln a large anaount o1 lota~sh and
phosphorIc acid, as carrots, turnips,
potatoes amtI cabbage, ashes are ain es
IT Is said that newly laid eggs may
be kept fresh Ior two to four mouiths
by packing in clean old oats and1( stor
ing ini a temlperature oi thirty-six to
EXTEnIMINATE weeds, briars and
brambles e very where.
At a reccnt Berlin bird-show several
canaries were exhibited which attract
ed much attenitionl on account of' the
peculiar colors of their piuage. Soe
were green, others red and light browni,
andl others ot a soft gray tint, while all
diflert d more or loss from the light yel
low ofthe commen bird, These varie
ties of color wore produced by the daily
use of caynenntiI pepper in the toed of
the birds. Thte pepper isgiien in small
quantities at tirst, and the birdls ap~pear
to like it. TIhae immnediate effects are,
however, aniythiug bitt pleasinig to the
behiolder, for thie feathers soon begin
to fall, givIng the birds tihe ap~pearanice
of molting, but ini a short time new
feathers made their appearance, having
the curious tints observed.
Hoto closely Japan is following in the
footsteps 01 the W~est may be seen1 In
the fact that the Japanese workmen
have adapted a trades-union system,
which they wihe find by and by is nlot
altogether so good a thing as they sup
pose. In their first struggle Withl their
employers, in the province of Mino,
where rice has rIsen in price, a rise 01'
wvages was obtained, so that a carpen
ter who was paid tweaity-Jive sen now
gets thirty sen, and the laborer who
was paid hixteen sen six rin, now getsa
B9uperagtton must be dying out in the
tandt o' Uakes. The locomotive 0of the
ilh-feated train which sank into tiue sea
when the Tfay bridge coilapsed, Oin a
memorable Sunday evening, has boen
fished up and repaired, and is now
drawing trains on the Edinburgh and
TIN D1muis.-Dr. Fordos gives. the
result of some experiments of his on tia
vessels used in laboratorlei and hospit.
as and even in private lamilies,' for
infusion and similar purposes. These
utensils generally contain lead in eer.
tain proportions, and it was therefore
not inexpedient to learn in how far the
poisonous metal might be injurious to
health in the long run. Dr. Fordos
began by introducing water acidulated
with one per cent. of acetic acid into a
tin jug provided 1ith a lid. After let
ting it stand for a few days, he observ-.
ed on the Inner surface of the vessel a
slight white deposit, which was soluble
In the acidulated water, and communi
cated to it all the characteristics of a
saturnine solution ; todide of potassium
yielding a yellow precipitate sulphurle
acid a white one, and sulphuretted
hydrogen a black one. Nevertheless,
the latter test is not reliable, since it
also causes a black precipitate with a
salt of tin likewise dissolved in the
liquid. The existence of a salt of lead
in the white deposit is, however, suff.
ciently proved. It is confirmed In an
other way ; if the inner sides of the ves
sel be rubbed with a piece of clean wet
paper, a solution of iodide of putassum
will turn it yellow. In certain experi
ments a crystalized salt of lead was
detected at the bottom of the jug. In
other series of experiments, wine and
vinegar were tried ; they bth became
chargedi with leads as they dissolved the
saturnine salt deposited on the sldos.
Again, tartaric lemonade, left for
Lwenty-four hours in the vessels, be
came Impregnated with lead. Hence
Dr. Fordos concludes that In alloys of
tin and lead, both metals are attacked,
the latter being generally the first,
when in contact with the atmosphere
and acid liquids, such as wine, vinegar,
etc., and that consequently there may
be serious danger in using such alloys
either in the shape of vessels or in &in
ning culinary utensils.
A DAiNING BASKT.-Materials: a
discarded peach basket, a black or old.
gold-colored skirt braid, l% yards black
and old gold cretonne, one quarter of a
yard of pale-blue silesia. The basket
I covered was a peach t'asket with wide
splints, sloping abruptly from the top
to a narrow bottom. They can be
bought, new for hive cents. Measure on
the outside fro;n the top to tie center
of the bottom, and around the top fold
the eretonne and bind the fold with the
braid. Mark the side of the cretonne
that is to go inside the basket into as
many spaces as there are menibers in
the latuily whose need weekly embroid
ring, ani stitch the blue ellesla upon
IL in pockets, making a small-plait at
the bottom for the fullness. Ei broider
the Initial of the owner on each pocket,
and bind with black braid. The pockets
are set two inches irom the top of the
basket. Sew the cretonne together; run
a shir in both the lining anti the out
side cover; slip it over the basket,draw
it tightly and tie it. If the cretonne is
genuane it will wash without fading.
ilhe cover can be taken off very easily.
We are so thankful to any that our
baby was permanently cured of a dan
gerous and protracted irregularity of
the bowels by use of Hop Bitters by its
mother, which at the same time restor
ed her to perfect health and strength.
-The Parents, Rochester, N. Y. See
another colunin.-Bufalo Express.
NOT TO Loss A cAN.-Very few
houisekeepers take tihe trouble to can
their own tornatoes they so of ten make
failures, and theae are so cheaply
bought by the dozen ans. But ior
those who still prefer to do it or have
the tomatoes going to waste on their
vines, anl experienced housekeeper tells
how hailures come about in putting
them p at home. She advists lofollow
tihese directions anid you will never
lose a can: Slice the tomatoes and let
themi stand fifteen minutes; then drain
off all the liuor that has collected;
bull1 them an hour and a half. .A great
deal of' scumi wvill rise on them, which
must all be skimmed off--herein lies tbe
u eeret of success. Seal in ordinary glass
cans and act in a cool, dark room.
POTArO Fzoun.-Rasp the potatoes
into a tub of cold water, and change it
repeatedly until the raspings fail to
the bottem like paste; then dry it in
the air, pound it in a mortar, and pass
it through a hair sieve. It is nearly as
nutritive and( much lighter than wheat
en flour. 1t Is theinefu.c pr'eferable for
making puddingsm and pastry for in
fants and invalids. A portion of It
also improves the ap~pearance of house
hold bread, and dealers constantly pass
It off as arrowvroot. If kept dry It will
rontin good for years.
Vsot-:Tr x -Tihe- great suecesN of the
Vege'ine as a cleaumser and puritier oh
the blood Is shown bevond a doubt by
the great numbera who have taken it
and received immediate relief, with
such remarkable cures.
APPiLEc inlFLE-Peel, core, and boil
till tendler, a dozen tart apples, with
tihe rInd of a lemon grated; strain
throuagh a sieve, add smgar to taste and
puit Into a deep f ruit-disht. Make a cus
tard of a peint of cream and the yolks
or two eggs, wvithi a little sugar. When
cold lay it over the apple with a spoon
and over the iw hole place whipped
CHrILms AND FEVER.-We have heard
of a very simple remedy, but cannot
vouch for its efficacy. ('ake a teaspoon
ful of iiuely-pulverized egg-sheill,
mixed with nmolasses, on going to bed,
after soaking the heet in strong, hot
mustard water, A spoonful of tincture
of wormwood is also good as a provena
tive, now and then.
Fzou.-The bolting and silting of
flour, it has long been known, deprives
the consumer of many of its life-ius
taining elements. The flour from good
gmnain can hi improved only by freeing
it from a11 loreigh substances and
cleank~g [,erfectly the exterior of the
wbuat; and the only whiteness that
Rmiouldl be required is that produced by
WA'rx.-More diseases are caused
by drinking impure water than are
brought upon us by poor food. Water
forms three-quarters of our weight,
anti before any part of our food can
be taken into our bodies It must be dle
solved in the fluid of the stomach.
Therefore he sure that the water you
drink is pure.
YEN4TILATIoN.-lenmember this 'fact:
Dlsease-lurks, in every unventilated
room, andi especially in bed-rooms.
Fresh air is just as necessary as food
for the body.
The organ rolled its notes from the
growlle g diapason to the gentle flute;t
andl the congregation accompanied by
de p sepulchral coughs to coughs
scarcely audible, because they had not
ytheard of the wonderful efficacy of
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Ma SarnaMur came down stairs to a
ten o'clock breakfast with a vacant
countenance and a backward tendency
in his hair that made his two eyes ache.
He sa$ down at the table and picking
up his knife and fork, glared in uneasy
wonder at something in the p latter be
fore him. It had evidqstly been fried
in bufter and was intended for food.
Mr. Iotemup harpooued it with his
fork and lifted-it up bodily, gasing at
it with ever in- reaslug wonder. "What
under the sun "he exclaimed at last
"is this thing i" "Well," replied his
patient witn, with just a shadow of a
sigh, "it ooks like your new soft felt
hat, and that Is what I thought it was,
but you pulledyjt out of ... your' pooket
wheu you came home this morning and
said it was a nice porter house steak
and you wanted it broiled for break
fast. You needn't give vas any of It;
I'm not hungry." And Mr. Setemup,
who was just w.ld, to know what else
he said when he came home, and what
Lime it was, for the life of him didn't
Aare to ask.
BRowN is rather a timid man and Is
devoted to the society of ladles. He
was sitting inga certain piazza at New
port recently, gently bleating, as it is
his wont, when letters arrived: . "Ex.
Duse me a moment," said the blonde
laughter of the house, "I . must read
this letter from dear Ustelle. She is
bored to death, you know, at Lebanon,
Dr at some awful place of the kind."
Brown is not a clever man, but he has
a long neck and sharp eyes, and he
Dbserved that the note paper was head
ed: "Union Club, Fifth avenue and
Twenty-first street," and he impru
diently asked if there was a Union Club
at Lebanon ? Brown left Newport that
evening sadder if not wiser.
Luwis IILTz, who murdered Joseph
Melody, of Independence, Mo., was ac
quitted on the ground of insanity; but
he was recently struck dead by sun
stroke, on the same day of the month,
at the same hour of the day, and on
the very spot where he committed the
deed. I is hoped those persons who
murder Melody on a piano, violin, ac
cordion, and brass instruments, will
heed this warning. It Is almost as bad
to be struck dead by a sunstroke as it is
to be struck dead by a brick.
A smrNTy placed before a powder
magazinesees his colonel approach,
smoking an imported Havana cigar.
Ele presents arms, and says firmly but
respectfully, "Pardon me, colonel, but
smoking is not allowed here." The
colonel, with a superb gesture, flings
away the cigar, ani-" gives the faithful
sentinel a louis d'or. As soon as he
got around the corner the faithful sen
Linel, with proud tears on his rugged
countenance, picks up the cigar and
finishes it with every manifestation of
Hx was a great bore, and was talking
to a crowd aoout the coming local elec
tion. Said he: "Jones is a good man;
he is capable, honest, fearless and con
solentious. He will make the very
kind of an officer we need here in Gal.
veston. He once saved my life from
drowning." "Do you really want to
see Jones elected?" said a solemn
faced old man. "I do, indeed. "I'd
io anything to see him electea."
"Then never let anybody know he
muied your life." The meeting then
"I know a pretty, black-eyed maid,
A royal little queen,
Who'll be as much rejoiced as I
To see this CARBOLiNE.
FooTU was talking away one evening
at a linner-table of a man of rank,
'vvhen,at the point of one of' his best ator
es, one of the party interrupted him
muidenly, with an air of most consider
ace apology, "I beg your pardon, Str.
Fioote, but your handkerchief is hail
)ut of your pocket." "Thank you,.
ir," said Foote, replacing it, "you
knaow the company better than I do,"
and finisned hisjoke.
TVIaRM is one respect In which the
savage has. thle advantage over the
uivilazedl man-lhe ls never awiakened
in the early morning by the horrible
rumbling of wagons over the pave
"I MAVE three children who are the
very image of' myself." "I pity the
f'oungest," replhed his interlocuter.
'Whmy ?" "Because lie is the onae who
will have to resemble y ou the longest."
AN old saw goes that "it isa bad time
to swap horses while crossing a
stream."* A modern buzz-saw says it
is bad' to swap horses any time-when
you are bound to get the worst of the
AN exchange says that "girls ap
pear to be acting strangely this Sum
mier." Wel,. it is leap year, and if
they are acting like men they should
not be censured.
JOHNNY was asked whether he liked
marmalade, and lie replied, with a
sign, that it pained him deeply, "when
mur-mne-laid where she could reach me
W HEN the cook returned from the
cemetery she said she had been to see
where here mar-ma-laid.
AN exchange says that the carriage
of the Queen of England is lined with
satin. That's nothing; every carriage
in this country is sat-an.
SoMz women are atraid of spiders.
It is a pity there are not more who are,
then we should not be in so much dan
ger from fried food.
BERM carry pollen duast on their legs.
That is how dust the busy bee.
IT is better to be a righter of wrongs
than a writer about wrongs.
A H ANGING isn't necessarily a bur
lesque because it's a take off.
TarE shales of n ight go about dow
IIINTS on cainping out-Laet som e
bod y else do It.
DIFIULT look to pi0k-One fr om a
Is often suddenly experienced from
an attack of cramp in the stomach,
colic, or other painful affections for
the relief of which nothing is superior
to Dr. Pierce's Compound Extract of
Smart-Weed, or Water-Pepper, com
pounded from the best French branity,
Jamaica ginger, smart-weed, or water
pepper, and anodyne gums. For diar
rhwa, dysentery, bioody flux, cholera
morbus, its warmIng, soothing, as
tringent and heating properties render
a a perfect specific, unsterpassed as an'
anod yne and stimulating embt'ocation
or Ilinment. Should be kept in every
family. Bold by druggists at fif'ty
A FAULTLESS family -medicine that
mothers can rely upon for their child
rea and for themselves. Corrects Acld
ity pf the Stomach, oures Collo. regu
lates the -Bowels, is a Purifier and
Tonio to tShe whole system, and Is given
witt @Fety and the happiest results to
thehlnost delicate infants. Children as
well as adults, qat sometimes too much
supper. or eat something which does
not digest- well, producing Sour
Stomach, Colic, or Restlessness-a good
dose of Simmons' Liver Regulator will
give certain relief.
"I have used Simmons' Regulator in
my family for eight or ten years, and
(qu9d it to be the best family medicine
I evr used. I have used it in most cases
whenjny children had Diarrhwa, Colic,
Headache. You may say it is the best
family medicine I ever used for any
thing that may happen. I have used it
In Indigestion and found it to relleve
me immediately after eating a hearty
supper. On going to bed I take about
a -teawpoonful and never feel the effocts
of the supper eaten.
OVID G. SPARnS,
"Ex-Mayor City of Macon, Ga."
Sunburst. of Heat.-The scientific
journals have lately contained many
notices of the observation of new and
suspeeted variable stars. The more care
fully the stars are studied the more evi
dent it becomes that a pretty large pro
portion of them undergo chauges of
light whith more or less regularity
There are very few whose brilliancy.
changes so quickly as that of Algol,
the Winking Demon, in Medusa's
Head, but there are many that wax
and wane remarkably. This subject
becomes especially interesting in view
of the fact that reasons have been
shown why our own sun may be re
garded as a variable star. Professor
Proctor, in his essay on the "End of
Many Worlds," suggests that periodi
cal outbursts of beat in the sun may
account for the curious tradition, run
ning alike through the Indian, Egyp
tian, Chinese and Greek mythologies,
that the earth at certain epochs un
dergoes destruction and renovation
by lire. On such a supposition the
story of Phaeton becomes the tra
dition of an actual event in the
earth's history. According to the
myth, Phaeton persuaded his father,
Apollo to let him drive the car of the
su.i for a day, lost the road, and, ap
proaching too near the earth, set
Olynapus on fire, consumed cities and
whole nations with flame, and turned
the northern end of Africa into a
waterless desert. The cause of any
sudden accession of heat in the sun, or
in a star is believed to be the downfall
upon its surface of a vast quantity of
meteorio matter whinling in the track
of some comet.. We have records of a
sudden brightening of the sun in
modern times. A remarkable phenom
enon of this kind occurred on Sept. 1,
1859, and, although it was of very brief
duration, it produced startling effects
in various parts of the world. If there
is a mass of meteors rushing in an orbit
that the sun crosses at certain epochs,
and whieh then cause his fires to
burst out with the effects described in
the ancient traditions, they have thus
far escaped the ken of the astrono
mers. Observation has shown, how
ever, that If such meteors exiet they
are to be looked for in the wake of a
comet, and we can depend upon the
astronomers to give due notice of the
One trial of Dobbinas' Electric Soap,
(I. L. Cragin & Co., Philadelphia Pa.,)
will make you a it believer in it~s
merits ever after, Give it that trial,
please. Your grocer has it, or will get
From an investigation institued by
the Rev. J. E. Tenison-Woods it ap
pears that the large trees or the forests
of Tasmania are only half as old as they
are popularly supposed to be. Instead
of adding only one ring of wood to
their circumference in ayear, they add
two rings, so that a tree which seems
to be -100 years old is in reality only
Trutn~ and Boner.
Query :--What is the best family
medicine in the world to regulate the
bowels, purify the blood, remove cos
tiveness andi biliousness, aid diges
tion and tone up the whole system?
Truth and honor compels us to answer.
Hop Bitters, being pure, perfect andI
harmless. Sec another column.--Toledo
GJevmany aulded 1,102 miles of roaud to
its railway system last year, and( of
these the government built 793 miles.
Thank God for Anakeass
WE.LLFLEE'r, MAsS., April 10, 1878,
Musuna. NEUMEAD'TEn & CO.
Dear Sirs: Enclosed you will find one dollar,
for which please send me a kox of Anakeas.
Direct It to Muiford Rich, Jr., Wellfleet, Barn
stable Co., Massu. My wife has suffered terrbly
with piles for tenyears, and had tried all kinds
of remedies that she could hear of without
much relief. Last summer I happened to hear
of Anakesis when I was in Boston and so I
procured a box and she experienced immediate
relief. She says ::he can exclaim with the cele
brated professor: Thank God for Anakesis)/
She pave part of the contents of the box to a
friend of hors in Provmneetown, and tbey
helped her so tha'.she sent the next day and
bought some. The most of the inhatbitants of
this place and vicinity are sea-faring people,
and bybeing exposed to wet and cold, a
hard plling at ropes. nine out of ten are trou
bled with piles, and have tried so many reme
dies without relief that they are discouraged
and have no faith in anything, but I know that
they are a good article. Now I will toil you
my plan; I am a peddler and travel in Barn
stable county, and times are so hard that
money is very scarce, but if Ican afford it this
snmmer 1 want to buy about a dozen boxes on
pupose to gaeaway to the unbelievers, and I
think that by so doing, and being acquainted
with so many people, that I could get up quite
a trade In A nakesie if you would give me the
solo right of this county.
MUJLFORID RICH, Jn.
Anakea Id sold by all first-class druggias.
Price *1 00 per box. Samples mailed free to
all sufferers, on application to P. Nolus aedter
& Co., Box 8940, Neow York.
If YVou are Siek,
lKidney-Wort wIll save you mere doctor's billa
than any ott er medicine known. Acting wuth
* peotfio energy on the kidne-ys and liver, It
eures the wor. t diseases caussd by their de
rangement. Use it at once.-UNmoN.
Tose anaersna nri 0 aavrieetrwole
e0 for a favor utya the advertiser and the
e th sa eeadv
More to Me than Gold.
M V. R. Ors u ,,
Weeh a ttub wit arvo
Humor for more than So yearn In -Imb- an1
other Pl Of my b n ody, tnhavo b e
earaolas t aano JutAy
no more tot a D ther medicine.
eem to be perteotly tree trqm this hupor and
can recommend it t evero ne. WOuld not be
without this edle no-' is more to me than
go -and I eel It Will prove a blessiag toothere
as t has to me.
Yours, most reepectt AYID LARK
J. BENTLEY, M.'D., says i
It bas done more geed tbeu all nedi.
Mr. f. It. STn- bSto an., -'.
Sr-I have sot3 duriig the pastyear aCon.
idrabtle quntit y r Vegtno and I bit.
He0e,1 Kin CAl t4g OR yen1kit10n. In
ecase, a deat a lady of about i
years Iasnu k bene id Its use. Her
routs intot med me that idad done her
good than all the medical treatment to which
she had previously been subjected.
Yours, respoottully, J RTZXD
Thur, ~ . DENTLET, M. D.
Loudly in its Praise.
Tonoro, Oat., March i1nS
N. R, Svuvuxe, Boston*:
Dear b1r-Considering the short time that
Vegetine has been before the publio here, It
sela well as a blood purider, and for t roubes
arising from a sluggish or torpid liver, It is a
inass media no. Our customers spea"
J. WRIGHT *00.,
Qor. Queen and Elizabeth Streets.
H. B. NTEVENS, Boston, MAsas
Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists.
Theiaccumulated evilence of nearly thirty.
years snow that thie Bitters Is a certain remedy
for malarial disease, as well as its surest pre.
ventive; that It eradicates dyspepsia, oonsti.
ration, liver complaint and nervousness, count
eracis a tendency to gout, rheumatism, urinury
and uterine dhorders, tnat it, lim aris vigor to
the feeble and cheers the mind whilo It Invigo
rales the body.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers
Constipation and Pies.
eroFarhlof St. A nVt., says "It is
pulerl rP m and venesom
(Xe Hgan, of Berkshire says, "One pack
IT HAS BfT(
th KIINTs at ts same time.
Because it oleansen the system of
the oisonous h umore that eivelope
in Kidney and Urinary diseases Bil
lousness. Jlaundice, Constipalion,
Pies, or in Rh',umatism, Neuralgia
and nervous disorders.
peund eas be sen t by aIl prepaid.
One packageuwll mnakemix qta of medicine.
TELr.Y I'E' 2%rO M7'
WF3ny it, at the Druggsts. Psriee, 51.00.
WELLS, LICEAIDSON A CO., Propriaeru,
12E (Will send post paid.) Berlinsten, Vt.
FREE TO ALL1
to e tied pap, ese oraNY.Ledger, devoed dto iter
delishrand intrtotheawhe taniy nt, ouosand ofne
for 'I reo Months to alt who send Ten cents (in silver
orp cosamps) to payre pr~ign e ip pa thoao
ware wiin. to giv the pape awy for tremonths snd
advantsge of thi offr you will seure al the brilliant holiday
aount o valae a atrace yreaig matr tr the
Oe~ and if you can olentoustyhnay, after our ob.
sriptio ha expired, that you havoe not received double lbs
~reien tofa .0 biil Address, F. K. LUPTOff, P'ubherh,
ilMali us a Poatral with yotir
rnllasi drosa Is wil a litO
Book A A 'omtnserco, St., P'hiia. Pa .
E$I1andexpolnss to agents
5 Outfit Free. Address
. ,O. VICKERtY. Ausgusta, Me.
ALL. PERSONS Wnniing Empinyment in Meor
cantilo Hotusea, lin'olN, 8tores, Ofincos, nto.,
addross wih tniso, T'A i A A (ENI-al o
No. 733 Broad way, New York CIty.
GRA ESENGUN WORK8,
Sen stp for Catalosgne.
Rifles,.Shotguns. Revoivers.sent, od. for ezaminaton
see ad enelycured by the use of KIDlNNY- J
hsuo aamnaense sal in aul parts of the eonwy
and tone to the disa organ., and through thema 4
hemers. wid,.s dlaeseof thirty yearestanding have
Ac., which have distressed the viotima for years. We 1
0oee ,N~ra Aleholle Bittere, which doe e
llsend post pal dWW L
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery eurei
common Blotch, Pimsple, ow Eruption, Bi-pai
R gh Skim, in short, all disea sea caused by
parifying, and invigorating medicine.
- e oally has it man fested its poteney in<
sl5s uor Eyes Serefuleus Beres and Swell
lifyou feel du, drowsy, debilitated, have i
on lace or bod , frequent headaebe or disuinesi
alternated witlt hot, fushes, irregular appetite,
Ter id Liver, or "Biliousness." As a rem
Mical Discovery has no equal, as it effects p
In the cure of Brench lia, Sew re Coug
sanmptien, it has astonished the medical facuil
greatest medical discovery of the age. Sold by
- No use ef taki
4 Pellets (Little
\W %IfO svestem, diet, o
QThe Rattle etass" Cathasete. regina ofad
Ti0 9It 11iC B oo8,
3RIApND. BINGING OLASSB.
felt rt ou0re0 uror1k
TARLOR 1) S bW T TId Meth
foryI nt a las(00t) by A.d
ooks. h heour 0 a 1n
so 1, TOrperandosp a I IA y or nAN-al=.
All teachers takeo .0I ate. .
O.OIaR AND, SINKNG .LA"SS
wilt ot fWet our Wree sUErior books
-~Vole @f 9 orabehip . 0yL. merson'
U ropRI 1)jbYW -O.e Ineantigelhe
frei A*ugU u la1ss~s. (00O 5db), by A.
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n oois th ou eow
Aer D IoIM OOF 1.) byohn.
d 5QD.TelO and Abbay or BROWS AN
o T at a OK (Il .o. h Bterson1 or
AN'BMJII~I'(Styi),y W 6.PerkIns.
eLi will be our
fTEMPBRANoC JEWZLS ($5 ot5~.b Tone
llfman* -or THM PUANO&CAGHTIM .
3tu b Servosaw OroUL'T r
ltAIRUiULE BOOK, (40 ots).
plBiter 0i Of any book Itafei nto above
Olier Dltson & co a kobton,
Z. uII. ormow. 0 9
ft mah youreet.t as5 iaelh .
suffere t and 1ge hlele ever NMade
dra ko an b a Pan u a041
mos o ra tkrepropeie ot all other Motte,
Mkehe erao thd PurrfiFver
Reou t atop ad eandneall ring
No disease* an psiylodd eitWhere hrop
Duttfrs-are Ita varId A perfect ane their
TheY give NeVilhiSU5d
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tyofttheobowoiso UL*Mr5W ccganl, or Who rt
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oebesDter.W.Y. nad Tonatle, itont
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are what the d asor an I t i i Bi
tars Don't wait untilyoui to dok but I yoBit
only tool bad or niaoerate, Use them at onMe
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500wylbepaldfora e i
euro or heip. Do r t suffsett.urinna
suffer.but uscan th us Hop
Remember, Hop Bittter s n Wile, druod
drunken notrum, but the Pu ani
Medicine eoer rade Ithe M rf t1335
and IROP1E"0 and no person or family
should be witoutte ...
ot an absolute aud ble c ere
orCrunkDnnY of opium, to an
for ircular., fiep P es I to" I eI .
Isoth r d Yt a00mrentat y frAIY
TorelatlA La or we - of any datpwk.
Plain P roL P'O r i n, or Copper.4 .
Brands X 0. XI X U N. ,
aw BU. U Wo. 1. kor sale by the
Ifrw o, (Juunt, y bitores, P- nmaks.aeto.
Bee that o P Yo buy i stenciled
C.0. ILAT Lzyh r
Kam y uore d.r t ,
J08 JEARKZT street, PHILADELPHIA. Pa.
Ru Pert *, .I ebrated 8 ngl frepol'.lrad'ng Shot.
W11- n**12 T';. 1101110 -ta P rel Biec load r, at
.ni isilOf Musat i'pr..yed ingllsh au-g Am.t rlcan,
mask n All kint'. of eporting 8l ie ohu s ,ni ort I
le p :-uir d h pcrt-men aid run.,, s. ..LT'8
NE RR N l C LOPADING OUIIAE OUNI at
, is tho b eh ns yet mn do for le pricea
n511 . bral bo s t
nI u 'ay dgen tr 1 thotndafrd crcula onten
armingto r eoi
Ne, coiascopeesve ry oaleoFr
lblr iunitet.sre sidoeto caseteflt fa n.
1*g., White'atelall suna Cree e.
usbd of i reed Ca stfr Lv~o
od vn aa n r Fleree' 360
o.Was u euars and tf e
rs oathOl itbeCncnre y or fAIL
sOAPar MAeed, Dleoapscomana a
la a lag
,arnparillia I ellsolro
ITE OBEAT BLOOD PURIUE,
SOR E.* OR ?I'IA I S,
so gn Seted Ia The LUnge er
o Boaee viesh or Nervis.
0e3MUnFme T,ffiggAM na vaam
iseo roury S) as alands.
10~ 9 Drp, S he,
Liver Complainte &,
Not OWl does the sarsparillan Iteolent
6M)e all remedial agnats in the cure of 03U
1orofulous, Constituional and Skin Diseases,
but i li the only positive oure for
KIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
VrInary art Womb Diseases, Grave Diabetes
Dro G o Of,* Water, n en
rie, Aright sea4e, Albuminuria, and in all
eas where there e brifk-duat depoitsor
the water Is thick, cloudy, mixed withSb
stances liko thO white of an c orthreadslike
white silit, or there is a morbid dark, bilious
a pearance and white bone-dust deposits, and
wtv there is a pricking, burning tesmion
whe pssngwater, sAd pain in tWesma= o
the back andalong the loins. Sold by Drug
gist. PRIOR ONE DOLLAJ&
OVARIAN TUMOR O TEN T EARS' GROWTR
OURUED BY DR. RADWAY'S REMEDIBB.
One bottle contains more of the active pAn0l.
lee of ednes than any other Proparation
kenin Teaspoonful doses, while otersre
pire fve or six times as much.
R. R. R.
CURES AND PREVENTS --
RHEUMATISM, FEVER AND AGUE,
Looseness. Diarrhce, Cholera Morbus. or pain.
ht discharges from the bowels are Stopped in
16 Or 30 minutes bv taking Iadway's iteady Re
lief. No congestion or Inflimmation. no wear
ne or las1tude wlil tollow the use of the R. I.
IT WAS THE FIRST AND is
The Only Pain Remedy
thit instantIT stOps the most exoruclating
a r Infam mauons, and c oures cntres
I~-,wehr of the Lungsl, Stomach lBowels
or other glands or organs, by one appliration
in from one to twenty minutee. 6o mat
ter huw violent or excruciating the pain tte
1.1 euin Itic, Bed-ridden, InfOrnm. rPpled.NoRm.
OUS Neuraligo or rostrateci witvXFOReama
u Aer. tADICAY1 READY RELIEF will afford
nflanmaation of the Ridney,
Itasoanare wiaton of tle 01adder,
lnflamnAstion of &be oweits.
CongImeI06111 of the Lungs.
lore Throat, 11uSifitiut Breathing .
rPaitaitisU01 Of theMeatS,
Hysteries, Urotall, Diphthera
OhiphlatSu and Arost Bitesml
The application of the Ready lielief t o the part
or pai where the aln or difficulty exists will
Thirty to .sixty drops in a half tumbler of
water wilt in a few minutes cure ( Oramps,
Sprains. Seur Stomach, Heartburn, Sick liead
as.,Darrhcn, Dysentey ascoi,. Wind in the
Travelers shouldt always carry a bott le of Reid
R sita lelief with them. A few dro s in
w r ilprevent, siokneiss or pains-rm
chan e of water. It is better than Frendh
ran y or Bitters as a atimulant. Price Fifty
Radwayfs Regulating Pills.
Perfeet Purgatives, Soothing Aper-tents,
Aet Without Pain, always RelIable
and Natural in their Operation.
A VEGRTABILE SURSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with
sweet um, purge, regulate, purity, lease and
RaDWAT's Pu.Las for the cure of all Disorders
af the atomach Liver, Bowels Kidneysad
der. Nervous D sases. Headach, consti Bleon
mess. Fever Tufarnmatin of l~'~aPls
and all derangements of the Internal ilscera.
Warrited toeflect a perfect cure. Purely
vetae u'containing no mercury, minerals or
8F'Observe the followIng sptoms resultin
troms Diseases of the Digse Orgris Consti
tio~ Inward Piles, Olin'ess Oft he Blood In
e,eidifth toa, Naisea. Ilearts
burn Disgust of FodFiness ofWeight In
the S'onach, Sour Erucaions, Sluiking or Fiut.
tering at the Beart, ChokIng or luffering Sen
ViinDots or Webs Before the iget Feer an
Dull sin in the Head, Defieieno o~ Perspira.
tion ~elowness of the Skin and yes. Pai in
tBeAide Chest, gimb a tnd Sudden Flushes of
A few doses of RADwav'5 PILLS will free the
systemn from all the above-named disorders.
Prilee, 35 Cents per Box.
We repeat that the reader must eensult our
books and papers on the subject of diseases and
their cure, amng which may be named:
"Falue and True ," r
'Radway on crofula,"*rtha'
and others relating to different olasses of Die.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
READ "FALUE AND TRXJ*."
Send a letter stamp to R ADWAY * 00.,
No. 82 Warren, 00r. tChureh St., Regw
Wlnormation worth thousands will be sent
TO THE PUBLIOo
The caAn be nol ber gtrat ntee Of he value
mras than the base and worthlesis Imitations of
them as there are False Resolvents, Reliefs
and inia Be sure and ask for Riadway's, and
~that the name "Radwai'" is on ww you
GEORBG E A CH ELIS.
We.st.Chtr,~lla Chef er nnty. PaT
Uurrespondine ga aciefedr
A ai We o Uuzara ervou.st-b
1881. FREE, 1881.
The ILLUSTICATED "G OLDRN PRIZE" for
1881 Is now ready. Th s elegant, book contains
abnut.0 fline engravincs. A specimen copy
will ne sent free to any one in thi Uni ed 8tetoi
on receip t- a three-cent stamp to prepay post
age on th b Ok. Agents wanted. Address
F. GLEASON & C0.,
d6 Summer Street, Boston, Mass.