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FAM AND GARDEN.
WBICI SHALL IT BE CATTLE OR
GRAIN.-Both. A mixed husbandry;1s
safest for the masses. The South has
sufiered from scarcity of meat and
Milk, and plethora of corn and cotton.
Many a Minnesota farmer has helped
to feed the East and England, while
he has been destitute of milk for his
coffee, or butter for his superabundant
bread. It has been rapeatedly shown
that those countries which produco
corn and cattle most largely, boast a
higher land valuation than the great
wheat countries. It Is not only in In
diana and Illinois, butin the new State
of Iowa as well, where spring wheat
has ever been a specialty. Taking a
broad view of the future requirements
for meat and bread, we see that it Is
the policy of all nations (Great Britian
alone excepted) to produce their bread
at home. They dare not risk depend
ence in so vital a matter. If a bail har
vest makes a small defleiency, It can
probably be made goot; i very abund
ant harvest may give a small surplus.
Meat is less bulky and iwill better bear
the expense of transportation; so the
use of meat by European nations i in
creasing, and the price has steadily in
creased #iuring the past 30 years. On
the contrary, wheat., with temporary
fluctuations, Is no higher than in the
long ago. James Gaird says the cost of
bread in England was tart.hing per
pound both in 1770 and 1878, whtile
meat advanced front three and one
half to nilne pence In the saue time,
and from five to nine pence between
1850 and 1878. The recent and tiunpre
cedented loitigin demand for wheat, Is
the result, il part, of a series of extra
ordinary crop failures, whicb. will not
peimanently continue. The enlarged
demsnd for menat, is in far higher de
gree the Iesult of causes inore ptrinaii
ent inl their operation. 'lie outlook
for meat is, therefore, better than for
grain. Yet, both will be required as
population increases, in rapiuly enlarg
SuoAND Ious.-The incerease of
sheep beeding btokenis truible for
the wortlhiless curs that persist inl kill
ing sheep, says t he % esterii Agi iult-.
urist. This 6tulject is a Compileated
thing for legiiators to liamile, but
most States nhake the ow ners of the
dogs liable for any loss n len the dogs
are detected, on the .ri:ieiple that lie
who keeps a tuonkey shoukld pay for
the gilas lie bleaks. .hut thcre's tie
rub. It we % eie atliiig the sheep,
we could drive cii the ogs. oni.
States are taxing tie dogs, and the tax
und goes to pay the loDs oI sheep by
dogs, but gene!ally we tind Iaimers
disposed to breed sheep as a .iat ier oc
busiiets and pru.it. and it thieve.,
robbers or dogs inttriere, they aredis
posed j st to kill them a they would a
coon aucut the lien house. M3any dogs
are beasts o prey aii omnit navoc
in a flock of sheep whenever a lair
chance ollers. anti as tiei dogs are oi
no financial prolit. It is the oLe't to
kill thern oil withou inucl ceremony
belore testing their intiton-loving Lr-I
elivities. '. lit .Ls ,tzstaiied by tle
sht.ep, larmiers 1rUm tie iepreuat ions
o1 Initliglel eugs surpaIses a thousand
Liles co er :tIy valte that thie(e dog
can be 1(r the pr otectioll olotier pro
perly. N itli the eit'uble piolits of wool
and mutton, and the ilncreatlc rollisL
as developut in tle liilnprovcd bi ce-tIs,
theep-j brecding is beconii g an import
ant in1telust on miny a Iarim, at %% ieb
watny nake a suct(viiii l sle-al)y oi
sheep. Our inicreasaing hionie deniiaina
10or wcol to sujply ouri O-li lm~aa
tories andt thle loreigni demanid for goodi
itiutton opene~ a orige.; lumtro ior
Tfo-oIn .i~~ oF' 0"I tloLSI-6.-It tastta
ted tha t thle Ari ai hion-es, so ilargely
ust di as alvary1 ini thle lir it ishi atrmy ini
lu1(11a, hbossess suchl touAghi biooi that
they rarely i eqire shoeing. in at ill~
gl ow n 1 cise the hiol l:cecmes as lhard
as iit, li:d lie cn make I lie inost, se
nere nu.rches 'wiluLu iinjuriy sto his
be ableto doso prtielarue~ntion
haid to be giveni to bit ced from none ex..
tept thiose having the tomighiest, hoofs.
Air. Story, the A merlican seulttiior at.
I. Rime-, ini one ofi his puablintions speaks
oi the ialian horses still retaining this
extra touighniss of0 hoof, d~erived tilut
Is, f ruin the old .Rotian breed. lIt.
tIe anid lender fcet in horses, it is eon
telidt d, et me I rciu thle lollowiig neg..
lect In bit eding: .irst, hiereditaiy
ridpoiion ; second, 1woperfect nu
thee oitsattentively amid beware
of bcdy13 and iib, external andmt Inter
back traf en hihrness, andsha
surt d usimht there was no danger, for
he suiccust'ced hiis horse to all
kinds of usage andic sights that common
ly thrive the anil inito a fren zy 01 fear'
Amateur phiotogiraphiers will be Inter
est<( lini le.arna ing i hat, lie (disadivantages
under which t hey have labored atre
nowv almost, entiirely obyiated by ia nOw
invent ion wih eh pratlical ly dones away
withi thle necessity of Itransporig
cumbersome imnplemnits, and un ider
takhig the deliate and1( coih liented
esi;collly ini ouit-of-dhoor work. Aiu i
strument called thle iou rograpih, ust.d
by the author of' "'Canoe anti Camera,''
in his last expedition through the
wilds of northeaistern Maine, ia d~e
scribed by him as.being complact, lighli
easy of mianuliat'On, anti -esp~ecialle'
adapted to the wants of toulrist4s rin
others who dlesire to practise the beau.
'1 tif'ul art of photographly. it is worked
by the dry 1p1ocess. The plates are
containecd in an upper box, 50 (oin
structed thiat each plate caijbe lowered
into the body 01 thmo cameira, anti after
exposure as eatslly returatcd withiout
allowing any light to strike it. There
is also an eye-piee for adjusting the
U ~camera, saving thme opt rator' 1the trouble
of focusing under the dark clot hi. The
whole process of imanipulat ing Ithe ini
strumnent is said to be so sinplilled tiat
atny person of ordinary lntchligence
can learn to use it ia a few mnoients,
anti it can be carrIed on an excursloii
as easily as8 ani or'dinary lunch, basket.
TIhe custom of trepmnning, or making
an openIng in the skull 10 cure certain
internal mahladies, prevailed extensive.
ly among the mn of the neit'hiei
times of the arclteologists. Persons
who survived the Process were sup..
posed to be endowed with mystic pro
pertics. Dr. Blroca nsupp~osed that the
customn died otut with the Introduction
of bronze; but Miss Btuckland, in a
paper read before thme British Associa
tion, shJowed that the custom still ex
late among the Sotuth Sea Islanders,
y the Kabyles of Algeria, and and the
mmuntnaineer oan Montoneno.
IN many cases of disordered stomach
a teaspoonful of salt is a certain cure.
In the violent internal aching termed
conlie,add a teaspoonful of salt to a pint
of cold water, drink it and go to bed;
it is one of the speediest and best reme
dies known. The saie will revive a
person who seems alimost dead fron re
celving a fall. in 'in apoplectic fit,
no time should be lost in pouring down
salt water, or sponging the head with
cold water until the senses return,
when salt will completely restoro the
patient from his lethargy. In a lit,
the feet should be placed in warn wa
ter with mustard add and logs briskly
rubbed, all bandages removed from the
neck, and a cool apartment procure if
possible. In many cases of bleeding at
the lungs when other remedies fall,
Dr. Rusli found that two teaspoonfuls
of salt completely stayed the blood. In
the case of the bite of a mad dog, wash
the part with a strong brine for an
hour, then bind on soine salt with a
rag. In toothache, warm salt water
held to the part and renowet two or
three times will rolleve in most cases.
If tho teeth be covered with tartar,
wash twice a day with salt and water.
BEAN Soup wrTi u.LUMP.INU.-For a
family of four take haltf a teacupful of
clean beans, )ut then in a kettle con
taIlning half a gallon of' cold water and
set over a slow lire. Lot then cook
two houtis, and then pour oil' the wvater
and add half a gallon of fresh boiling
water and let themn boil an hour long
er ; season with pepper, salt and but.
ter. At the closo of half hour the
dumplings should be added, which are
prepared as follows. To one well
beaten egg add a cIiptul of sweet milk;
mix w te haspoonihls of baking
Powder with about a pint of flour and
stir enougli of this flour Into tie milk
to make a dolrgh that will just dr op
fromt the spoon. Then'drop tie dough
into the boiling soup by large spoonl
Ituls, aiways being carefl to dip() the
spoon into thio hot soup before lnitting
it into tile dough. 1oti the duIi Iplling"s
just twenty ininutei; then take up
carefully with a ladile to avoid tiiashing
thein. I never tall to have light, pully
dulmplings when I use this recipt,.
To CUT AN OR A Nin:.---A nice way to
cut an orange. is to make two cuts
around it, just through the rind, locat
ing thern as if the oraiige was the
globe, the stein and the blossom ends
beinig the poles; and we were endeav
oring to lay oil the tropic lines on
eithir side of the turrid zone. Now
remove the rind I roin the ends, leav
ing that portion o1 it representng the
torI Id zoie unilstuirbed. Next cut this
across miiediately over one of the di
vioion hues between the sections of the
pulp, und open out, leaving the back
edeli section of pulp adhering to the
sitrips of rind. It is both convenient
CALVES'-VOOT JELLY OF 17SO.-l'ut
four feet into two gullois of cold wit
ter; let. it boli down to one gallon,
sti ain it, and set away until cold ; then
take (il the fat irolai the top anid the
sediut, li; omi the bottoi; put, tle
jelly into a kettle with a pint of white
winle, tle juice of1 tfour ltm on0s, aid (he
peel of onue; beat the whites atid shells
of six eggs aild add to it; sweeton to
yo.ir tase; let it buil hor a few mlin
tltes; pour into the jelly-bag, anad re
pas uitil qu0ite cleir. li' needed for an
invalid, 1au111 alj upof pale brandy.
l'EA l-ni CAKE-.Ilent to a cr'eain
ih anl a cup of butter', add to it two of'
suguez a11nt bent. well togotihor on oti 'p
01 inilk withi 01ne tenspooui of soda dis
solveil inii h; bent well toget~her ; add
onle cull of' sifted flour with two teta
spoons1 of erein ci tatari piYously
r' ubi edint it101L; addl next the wvel
beaten 30(,k of three eggs, bent the
whlites separately tuntil inore cups of
flour; beat well between each succes
sIve addition ; butter two mitlile sized
tins, put in the cake andi baike for
t wenty3'II minuttes or hadlf tan hour in a
TIo RENovrixE bhickt goodia, take one.
1ith Li1 ofi potiind of extract of' logwooLd
boiler with teni gallons of' water, cold
or' hot ; stand over' the fire, and when
boilinug hot put in (lie goths,elthter' wtt
or' (13y ; let stand twenty iniutes,
miovinig about occasionailly ; urlnso In
col n ater until the goods dilp clear',
an ld iron ilinmeadlitely. Th'lis will be
folund ai most excellent reclpe for re
storing black gootis 01' aniy kind thiat
have become rusty or brown-cloth,
cashme nire, a wvaterpr1oof, wvorsted gren
adinec, or' 1any material thait will not,
cockle in wvetting. Prescs on the wvrong
hlow -r'o UsEc AN Ou, LuAtr.-Alwvays
keep a lamp full o1 oil. iNever ahiow
it to get mor'e than half empty, as the
spacee above lills wIth gas, wvhleh Is
easily lgiltetl, especially if the oil is
Hot, thoroughly rectiflld. '1Turn the
fihunie down i by hi'nid as liar as y'ou cana
thten give a quick, strong pulf' dlown
the chimnllley', inlanli)tly extinguishiing
the smlll remind~er' of' the llame.
N eve r' blow at111 ful lamie down the
elinmnetiy, as it imaty lie blowni amongst,
the gas fit: h la1111 ttpiad eatie an1 ex
LEMON SvauP'.-TIake the Juice of
twelve lemons, grate the in d (It six
In it, let. stand overi ighit, then take
six pounds~i of white( suigar aind miake a
thick syr'up ; when it is cool stirain (lie
ju ice in to it and (slu eeze as itich oilt
f rom this girated rinid as will stilt (lie
taste. A tiablespooiitu I in a goblet of
wauter' w Ill miake ai dIelios tint k onl
a hot dayi3,fari selierlor to thiat pm epar'ed
f'rom thie sinuff colamllonlly sold 1as leimoni
D~U'INu1 the (1ead( of wi'nter any liv'
In g pllant, which looks gr'een addis to
(lie cheerful ness cf' a r'ooim, and1( a mass
of' heiatlliful-verdtuire is obta ined by the
following e'xpedint: Ta'ke Ibout
thiemi togetheri, lea ving thle striaw aboutt
two incehe(s long. I tang them up foir a
few~ d11a, keeping thlemi sprh.kled wilth
water ; tile top) will soon become ai
pyra'imnid of veirdurie, and w ill r'etain ita
beauty 1(1or several weeks . Tlhiis alm pie
plani 11ay3 be ltI in pra'c(lee lit anyl)
(.ime in the winiter muotthis.
TIo WVasia A lKNrr rlio SHAwr.. -TIake
enough tnairm water, not hot , nnd r'ub
ab cult ani 0o1nce of 50o1p ini it;t a
your shauwl on it and pour overi it aI
tablespoon ft Io(f magical miixtur'e.
Afteir letI ing it lie teln minuttes, irub it
out of' this and rinse out of coldl bilted
waer, and hang in the wilnd to driy
REtMRMBERI (bat old iiewspapers wvill
put (lie ilntishing touch to newvly'
eleaned silver, kniyos and forks, and
tinware better than anythinug. Rtii
thecm well and make perf'ectly dry.
'They are also excellent to pls
stoves that have not been blackened
for a loiigth of time.
Those who know their minds do not
nenesarily khnuw their hars.
WIT AND HUMOR.
Mn. Suo-r is a farmer, but he I a
man who can't be got ahead of. Re
cently he purchased a farm and put
up new buildings. Tien he sent for a
lightning-rod agent, and said: "You
put up somue rods on my house. Put
up rods that will be seen a quarter of
a-mile up the road." He was obeyed.
'T hen ie sent for a wind-mill man,and
wdered a wind-inlll put up on a knoll
orhere it could be seen for a mile in all
directions. It wasn't used for any
thing, but, it was there. Then he or
dered a patent punip put up in the
front yard. Ills attention was called
to the fact that there was no well from
which to piump water, but It didn't
make any difference; the pump was
put uip. Next he had four weather
vanes put upon his barn, thou? % folks
told him that only one was needed.
Then ho had an open shed built along
beside the road, and filled it with all
sorts of agricultural implements. Last
ly, he had a sign, whflh said, "The
folks in this house can't read," painted
and put tip over his gate. People
thought the old man insane, and num
erous questions were asked him to as
certain the reasons ior the extraordi
nary moves. "Do you believe In
lightning rods?" "No.' "Do you
falicy wind-mills ?" "No." "Do you
regart punipi as ornaments?" "No."'
"'Have you special fancy for seeing
weather vanes?" "No." '"'Then what
have you gone so extensively Into
these things for?" "Well, I calculate
to pass the rest of' my life oti this place,
and, as I value peace and quiet, I've
tried to get everythilg an ag3ent can
sell me, for i'm bound to heatd 'em oil'
in sone way, and, as I shall keep a
cotiile of eross dogs, I reckon I can do
AN old monkey, (iesigning to teach
his sons the advait:ige of unity,brought
them at number ot stlcks and desired
thiemi to see how easily they mi1iglit be
broken one at a tine. So each young
umonkey took a tick and broke it.
"Now," sak.1 (lie faiter, "I'll teach
you a lessoni ;" and lie began togather
the sticks ui Into a bundle. But the
young monkeys, th inking he iwas about
to beat them, set upon him altogetlier
anld disabled imn, "behold ti advant
age of unity. it' yott had assailed me1
one at a time, I would have killed
every niotlim 's sctl of 3'Ot."
IT is the almable custom of a worthy
doctor, wlien speaking of a funeral
whit-I lie sees, to allude to It as "Doc
tor A's," "S-otae of I's work," "That's
by U,'" and so on.
Time other day, being questioned as to
three processions that arc appoaching
the ceniete.ry in close order lhe -plies
with a coimpreiensive wave of the
"All from1 young 1D., who has just
begun to practice here. Rising young
lellow thiat ! great I tire before lim I
"Women Never Thinkc."
If the era bbeil old b:tchelor who tit.
tored thiS1 sentinient. could but witness
tlie intenso thought, deep stidy and
thorotigh investigal toln of women In de
tei miiuhmig the best mineies to keep
their families wvelland would note their
sagacity nid wisdom in selecting H1lop
Bitters as the best,anul demonstrating it
by keeping their faitllies in perpetmal
healtih, ait amere no m inal expense, lie
wouild be forced to acknowledge that
such senit,1imnts are baseless and faliso.-.
fTu a Locomiot.Ilve puiblisheS engrav
ings in each issue showing hmow boilers
I.look j uet nfi .,- they~ luo VEvoP lndsf.t
Th'is doesn't senm to hit thie case ait all.
What is nteeded is a piet~iure showvl iug
hiow at boiler looks just before it is go
ing to explode. We could then learn
whlen to get ouit o' thme way.
A G~ a i.v EiI ON s ch ool-teacher, who
lest atlil patience' with It very stuid~~
boy. hinally told the boy's father.
" \ou* hon is gettilug wvorse and
worse every day."
"'I don't thinik lie can be quite that
bad(,"' reimonistrateti the pamrtlIal parent.
"Well, then lie is at least getting
worse and worse every other dlay, or
say threi'e times a wveek."'
h ii AntP citi-v-"A ndl so you are very
p)oor, iniarmi?"' Aged l'arty-'' Alt Il'd
be0 g lad( o1' a copperCi from atny body3.''
S'9halrp chiil--"I've got aL badl ishillinmg;
wvill yotu have it ?"' Aged Pairty-"A
bad1( shi1lug ain't no use.'' Sharp
Clhid-l-"'Oh, ain't it ? Thiat shows yout
(d0on's go to church and never pt
money in the plate.''
LAiY to (lent butcher: "WVell, Mr.
Smaullbontes, how dho you find y'ourlself
to-day ?'" $mallI bones : "Well, I'mn
piretty well used up, mum. Every
r'ib's gone, they've almost tor'e 1me tO
pileces for' my shouldersa, andi I never
had1( suh a run 0on my legs.'' He was
"'Wurr Is a woman's will?"' shii'eks
at social sueueni1st of tihe batchlor per
suasion. Experience In .your youniger
da~ys teches us that It Is the only will
tha~t tihe hieir's dlon't wanit, to contest.
Tlnus. editor' who wrotae his edlitor:ahls
wvi,h stolen chalk on the soles of his
slioes. anid wenlt Larefootedl while thme
boys set. tup thme cop~y, lhas purchalsedl a
reamli of seconid handit envelopes, andi
enIgagcd( a gi to turn'i them Inside out.
ifiowN gave his waite ani eleganit um11
brella for hemr birthuhiy present. "'lie
car'elmul of' it !" 'hle said to heri. ''Oh,
be easy, dear'; I wili use it only on
Sunda~lys andi hiollblay13S, aind thenm only
whieii thme weathier is ilie.''
A YOU;u hIlmy, itavinig r'eadl atbott a
manti hayvinig Iinven ted IL stove '.lehcl
will conisumue Its own smioke, hopes he
will next, devise a1 muethiod wherei'by
tobac'eo-sunokers can be run on the
sa me ec(onoiiiiIcaiIl pinciple.
S'iiCNes eninierales niearily six hun-i
airi we0 bieathue. d1 ust thinmk o)f it
Ever'y tituie youI draintli aL breath a
whole01( zoological gard.en slips5 downi
your V' widllpe, ami no0 free t.ickets to
A LA iY w~ho( hadt~ qlurreCled( wvith~ her
baldheacided lover saidt, ini dl~imiss ig
him, "WhaImit is deli1ghtfuil atbout Lyou,
my fr'iendl, is thaut I have not the
tr'oublec of sendinlg back any locks of
D~Uiiot at lesson on time life of King
D)avbi,a clamss 0of gir'ls wvas askedl, 'Wh
kili( d, the&f is nit?'' w' ir reuplon one0 rC
*WHEiv d (ie,' sid a mari'ied matn,"I
wa.nt to *1 'o whiee there Is no sno0w to
shuove!.'r Ilis wIfe saidl she presumedC~
No one cares whien it rains cats and1
dlogs, but whent it Spit z dogs, 100x ouit.
TniE pecuili'rmat ation 01' Dr. Bull's
Cough Symup to SO muany p~hafses of
TIhtro:at andl iibonehial dliseases has r'en
deredt this r'emed'y Imtmense.ly p'opular.
Sold Everywhcrc. 25 cns a bottle
don's want that Mtuff."
Is what lady of Boston said to her
husbanqwhen he brought home some
medicinl to cure her of sck headache
and ne dalgia whidh had made her
miserab., for fourteen years. At the
first attsic thereafter it was adminis,
tered taher with such good results,
that sheontinued its use until cured,
and ma4 so enthusiastic in Its praise,
that sh induced twenty-two of the
best familes in her circle to adopt it as
their rogilar family medicine. That
"stuff" I Hop Bitters.-andard.
Never olace the belt on a pully in
motion;tlways place it on the loose
pully ot the pully at rest; then run it
on the pilly in motion. if the belt Is
very heivy, and the pulleys run at a
very higi rate of speed, it 'a advisable
to slack on the speed of the engine ; but
when .th is impracticable or incon
venient, care must be taken to mount
the belt n the exact face. The person
engaged in so doing must have a firm
footing nd prevent his clothes from
getting I contact either with the belt
or pully Where the belt Is heavy and
the loca on such that It Is Impossible
to get a wlid footing and exert strength
in runn ig on the belt, it is best to
stop the angine and mount the belt on
the pull; as far as possible. Then take
a small 'ope, double it, slip one end
through ,he arias and around the belt
and rim P the pully, and the other end
through the loop formed by the double
of the ro e; then stand on the loor on
the opposite side and draw on the rope,
when the belt will be hugged to the
perlphert of the pu'!ley, Wkun motion
is comnbidcated It may be slipped on
without any trouble, while by letting
go the end ot the ' rope when
the belt i oil the pulley the noose will
be undo 3 and rope tprown oif.
"VCE'rNC," says a Boston physi
clan, "hai no equal as a blood purifler.
learing of its many wonderful cures,
after all other remedies had failed, 1
visited th3 laboratory and convinced
myself of its genuine merit. It is pre
pared frotn barks, roots, and herbs,
each of watich is highly effective, and
they are compounded In such a manier
as to produce astonishing results."
Another inproyemenit in barrel hoop
consists of forming them of wire bent
iuto corrugations, so that the shape is
serpentine; a hoop of this kind, when
driven upnm a dry barrel or tub, comn
pressing Wad holding the btaves tight ly
ttgether, like the ordinary stave hop,
having also elasticity or spring enough
to stretch when the staves expand by
moisture, returning to Its former posi
tion, when they again become dry and
skrink. In this way the hoops adapt
themlseClves to LIe expansion and con
traction of the barrel, so that the
trouble ot loose or bursting hoops is
avoided, By forming the corrugations
to rest 11atwise against the staves no
obstruction is offered to the rolling of
barrels, while a itch greater amount
of friction surface is brought to bear
upon the staves, increasing their- hold
hig power. This seems to be the latest
form of improvement resulting I roin
the many experiments made in thi
Prof. Alwater, of Wesleyan Univer
sity, in a paper read before the meet
ing of the Ameriean Association, esti
mated the nutritive value of the solids
of' dilferent i, beginning with the
lowest, as tollows: Flounders, cod,
mackerel, halibut, shad, lake trout anad
sal mon. A Ger man estimate is, FlIound
era, cod, striped bass, blue hishi, mack
whitce fish, i'aimon, salt mackerel, dried
Is your hair falling outeor your scalp
diseased ? Carboline, a deodorized ex
tract of petroleum, as5 now improved
and perfected, Is just the article you
need. Buy a bottle, and, like thou
sands whio are usmng it all ever the
land, you wvill value it as the choicest
of all toilet preparations.
The application of the microscope tc
structural geology now enables the
scientist to classify, with positiveness,
cer tain rocks about which considerable
doubt has hitherto prevailed. For ex.
ample, there are groups of volcanic
rocks, and the microscope~showvs wimcli
the oldest rocks In the several series,
This has been an exceedingly difficuli
question, for the reason that volcanic
rocks, and even ashes, have been
strangely "metamorphosed" by th<
action of heat subsequent to their firsi
ejections. Th'Ius, it is now p~ossible tc
(istinguish between dormal lava and
the reconsolidated ashes, and to delin(
the dilferenca between volcanIc nili
and tull' or tufa.
To' the Hlomhorriotdal sufirlrig Iluanity
W. P. Kittroll, Prin. Dayton Academy, Day.
ton, Ala., writes to Messrs. P. Noustaodtel
"iolosed please find one dollar. Bond m<t
by return mail one box of "Anakosis," D~r. 1:1
Sibee'sa Exterala Pale lIomedy. Ami miuc:
Bleased with sample sonat me. I consider it
groat boon to poor suffering hemorrhoidal hu.
musnuty. Yours truly,
W. P. 1KITTRELL.
APmlos of "Anakosis" are sent free to at]
snfferers by thie solo manaufacturors. Messrs.
P. Neustaodter & Co., Box 3916 Now York.
A Itoltamblo Itaeudy.
lKidnaey-WVort not only cures bad cases of
piles anad all d sordors of the kidnmeys and
lhver, but is a reliabio remedy for a dobilitatod
onstitution, it acts eon the bowels as a mind
cati arta(e, carrying~ off the useless aid ob
sttruc(tingl, elements which cause sicknoes.
RUPE RTUS' Celebrate.
Oinglo Brooch Loadin
Brecch Loader. .
at ~se u.p.
tatlla of Mtporta li"aploeneats anad artick
'ainti sypor samen ana Ountmakers. (olt's Not
tr h a..~U otbl Juan at Jinp.
rend uampor er cea2. : p'a1(
THE 00OLUMWBIAN Eltii
maost elaiborale, costly aaad beaatiul Iloliday eta
ever presoanted to the American people. A Npecime,
copy c.an be~ sean at this ofico (and at every pos omice
ald aaeWs'stait tan the United slates. oOen aa
1A EUA R and oxponsee to agent.
Ontfit IrEe. Addre
$11.0 nVIOIIaT. A....... M.
THE GREAT REPUTATION N
Which Vegetine has attained In all parts of the
country as a
GREAT AND GOOD MEDIOINE,
and the large number of testimonials which are Mol
constantly being received from per.-ons who Will 1
have been cured by its use, are concluslvo proof An,
of its great value. It is recommended by phy- ment
slolaps and apothecaries. As a Blood-Pur tier
and liealth-itestorer It, has no equal. no
Vegetine is not prepared ior a fancy drink, CIO
made from poor liquors, which debilitates the 11C
system and tends to Qostroy health instead of Ny,
Are not the many test Imonlals given for the p'i
different complaints satistictory to any reason- 01
able persons suffering froil dIsease that they Ujr
can be cured ? Read the different testimnonials 01l
given, aud no one can doubt. In many of these
cases the persons say that their pain and sufrer- G
Ing cannot be expressed, as in cases of Scrofula, Ge
whero, apparently, the whole body was one 4,I
mass of corruption. If Vegotine will relieve mu
pain, cleanse, purify and cure such diseases, re
storing the patient to perfect health after try. Each
ing different physlolans, many remedies stifer
Ing lor years, is it not conclusive proof, If you
are a sufferer, you can be cured ? Why is this 014
medicine performing such great cures ? It 1e
works in the blood. In the circulating iluid. it 1ggi
can be truly called the Great Blood luriiler. Sit
The great, source of disease originates in the
blood; and no medicine that does not, act di- Fa
rectly upon it, to purify and renovate has any
just, claim upon pubie attention. Wihen the
lood becomes lifeless and stagnant, either OL
froma change of weather or cllnate, want of ex
ercise, irregular diet, or front any other cau c,
the Vegotino will renew the blood, carry off the 1
putrid lumors, cleanse the stomach, regulat -
Itho bowels, and lInpart a tono of vhror to t.he
whole body. The conviction Is, In the public
as wetl as iit the inedical profession, that tho
remedies supplied by the Vegetable Kingd..m
are nioro sale, more successtui in the clre of
disease, than mnineral medicines. Vegetine is
copnosed of riots, barks iand herbs. It. is
pleasant to take and is perfectly safe to give an
infant. - D iyou need it,? Do not hesittte to
try it. You will never regret, it.
An Exodllent Medicine.
lRINOVIRLD,-Ohio, Feb. 28, 187.
This Is to certify I hat I have used Vegetitle.
manufactured by 11. It. Stevons, Boston, Mtss.,
for Rheunatism and General Prostratton of the Mo
Nervous System, with good success. I recom
mend Vegetino as an excellit edicine for
Yours very truly,
C. W. VANDEGRIFT.
Mr. Vandegrift, of Ithe lrm of Vandegrift &
Ilulfinan, is it well-known busines ioan in t,hils
place, having one of the largest stores lit
I-i U. SrIi'VrENS, IIoSTON, Mass.
Vegetine is old by All Dirugists.
The' Only Medicine T
That Acts at the Same Titno on 7,
The Liver, the Bowels and the Kidneys.
These great organs are the natural cleans
era of the system. If they work well. health T
will he perfect; If they becone clogged, Sfr,
dreadful diseases are sure to follow with ea
Biliousness, Headache, Dyspepsia, Jaun
dice, Constipation and Piles, or Kid
noy Complaints, Gravel, Diabet es,
or Rheumatic Pains and Aches,
are developed because the blood I a poisoned
with the iumors that should have been
will restore the healthy action an all these
destroying evils will be banished ; neglect.
thiem and you will live but to suffer.
Thousands have been cured. Try itand yon
will add one mo-o to the nniber. 'rake it
and health willonzeemorogladden your heart.
why Sufftr longer from the torment of an Aching bak im
Uhy bea sueb distress from constupaton and i'lleal -
KInNE-WonT will cure you. Try a pack
age at once and be satisfied.
It is a dry reg4abld compound and
One Package makes six quartsof Medicine.
Your Druggist has it, or trill get it for
you. Insist upon haring it. Price, $1.00.
WELLS, RICHARDSON h CO., Proprietor,
10 (will ena post rpoft.) Dlurlington, Vt.
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* ~ c-our
% e Il ad5
Tner is noua inz nu( on1 , U n .. free
limspee in w hiclh tile tA1.11ly ofl ii S t I 51e
litomacih tit ters 5 a tonie, creel lve. asid aniti- out
billouls mnedicine, ia net, knowvn andi ippreitiT 0.1. A
WVhile it is a miedicine for' all seatsons. anti tall dloll
climates, It Ia especial y suited to '.ol ('oln WVk
plaints generated ijy thu wetather, being tuhe aniy
purest and best vegetable stiutlant in the dei.',
For sale by Druggists and Dealers, to whorn
apply for isostetter's Almanac for 18111.
- of buniness we. man ofare
oned by the stain of terstotlingovern.
stinrulantsaandi us oro brin'e iae a
H op Bitters. waste, use H op B.
disf you are yun ail suterin from ayin
poor heaith or an itsh ln on abed of sic.
neas, rely on Ho p Bitters.
Whoever y ou are Thiousands die an
whenever y ou feel nuaily f r o in somie
tha cyoeu r eeystacnFo
BtkerH op - HopBltters Brn
havoy ys- Ft
pilatnt,, (I nasesarabott
of the sichndrrita
how~els, b oodr - boeur c for STiI
llctc or nervers L drnitennoaon ,
If you aresaim- aoklbydrug
i if e. t has Nr'o CO., A
saved hun- Rocheter, It. Y.
d reds &....- toriin (oi.
Isathe Old Roeliablo Ooncentraf ed l1Lyo for FAT' 51 hY
SOA P MAIR INU. Directions accoumpaniy each caii
for mak ing H ard, NoiR and 'Toiet Monys quica ly Ti
itis f ul weight and~ strenigth, tblo
ASK~ FOR SAP'ONIIER*lU tori
AND TAKE NO OTiEIR. on a
PEIN NA u'-'sT MANUYF'J 4'O.. PI T iiAi)'A
VOUiNt 3i EN Learn Tioeemraphuy! Earn $1) to Ph
1 100 amont h.. iradluues guairanteedl p., ing -
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.nfr- exhiblon-In thei itor*st ofi i he iibb~-at ii
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e the followlug elogantly dound boo
r one malled, posWree, for the prioo herq
bert Frans's Song Album.
In@ of Eniglish Song.
ane 4Jrecle. Three volumes.
orld of 8os1g.
sno at ilonine. 4-hand collection.
ower of Pearls. Vocal Duets.
)sne de In Creae. 9-yols.
ias o'f Strausas.
mnx of the Dance.
1ter of Uenas. I
laishise of monsng.
of the above in Cloth. $2.60; Fine Gilt, $1
attent's Lifo it Song. '$1.50.
rioit le of Bule. $1.60.
otioven. A Romance by Rau. $1.00.
yano dc Tunes. Ohilstmas Offtg. $1.50.
Illvars's Vocal Albas. $1.50.
Iry Fingers. For Piano. $1.50.
IVER DITSON & 00., Boston.
J. E. DITSON. & CO.,
29 Chestnut Street. PhIladelphlIa.
Battle Creek, Michigan,
IIANUFAOTURERS O TUE ONLY OENUINE
Traction and Plain Engines
in the World. 1848
2 EAR of continuouandeuccessfulbusi.
NYA Sr33s, without chango oflnmo.
mangemnent, orloaon to "1 back tiy "1 the
- broat tea rra nty g ien on alt our goode.
TEAM -POWER SEPARATORS natd
miple t Steni Osut il t * 1ofaatcahless aaralitaes.
at Tntion Eigine and Plain Engined
r taen in tho Ameorlean inarlt.
onviltftlude of specfial fcattrea aat 'mprovetietls
f8i together with sutperfor raaliies fia conistruc
an) maateriala. not drenamied ofb other nankers.
mar sieaaa of Solparators, from W to 12 Itorso
acitj'orste-am or horse unacer.
wo atyecs of "Moutanted't Ilorse-Pow~er..
F Feet of Selceted Lumber
( 'ro athrce tosaixyeara irerice)
ftantly on lam!,a * fron which Is built tho in
ajparaiblo wood-work of our niatchinery.
wngest,moturableu adti egicienit erer
le. 8, 10, 13 liorso Power.
'urners and Tlareahernea nr Invited to
stkrato this atihless Threshing Machinery.
ircutlara s.eat free. Aidreass
NICHOLS, SHIEPARD & CO.
Battle Creek, Michigan.
a pulllertaOf the COltllEl1-JOUl1NAL(Jions.
ry WValtersona, , ditor t cltit thlaat a, a rarainble
tittalatl newopaper it hats no su porior ata tais
try or hainthe worldl. It tat tale brigt tad
y. Conaatains a the trataga't eltorblt-, tiao mota
ltto -.tiary oaf the Inews of the woril, ataho tst
apondentace, tanitt aurf andta stock a 0po ts~ nmarket
ath laahiona repoaraaa, 5o1 mtonsa, saplonati Ioriglunni
at andnoabti esal L~, Pratry, deal artmaaent for ciaid
'aatwar tat cotrrtojaponn at. etc., eto.; in, a word,
rthinag it. aaaake it a dlaiht to Ite fttally circlh,
sraitale tao thea ana of bursinoas, tha faarmaor,
'ecattic andl thea laborer.
re inducemenaotas ha thae waty of catth commilssions
vnlunbiet~ pr-mtiumas aro offereda tagents post
er aui ctat-ratlar- wha H$ia atSubariptionsaa to
bascribars can sneutro anty ona of theo leadling port
als ot the dray,* tn haotnoata baoak, or saomeb other
Ithat premiatm faaobr a very atmnil amaouant or miotnuy.
list oaf paromtmas tat all aubabcriber asuwho sendt uS
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oat a iplictitlaa,
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Cat lohres.IAddrais-tt. N. ToaaIicALD , l Pr.
CIT 1tN O WELLJS 0OF ANY DEPTII.
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1111, 11 No. 1.
ar Pnlo by [Ihe IIaatlware Tade(I, Country
tes, Pump matktrs, ce.
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andaa Waraknee, of Genaerative Or~ats $1--al
-istt, Bloand for Circular to Allen tParmacy.
Firt, A ye., N. Y.
AIsoSA LA~t Rpertmotath. All E XP ENS
navanced. WAUEa ptroamptly patId. 6L)J
dc Co.U00 (Jeorge gl. (Jincinnat,*
ta las tlto clten pest attal oatl comaplote anal relig.
wearat ona t [tattetta natld lttnintat Na nal ootal
a. It talls tatw to pea(rfor all thao starlouandu.a
f iti1 hnlIow to appaour to thai best advanotage
N N T V ANT Hp.-Snd fr olrcualars contain
(tall atoacritt ofaa(a flt he work anda extra tera to
att.lyarta NATIONAl, PUl~liIilNG CU.,
a a aont. a ath .a t o ard Atrticultutral ttauokl
-arming for Profit
wAuate.aa Conrehenasivo. A Co taptto I-'artn
ry hI a at . ire t tbat to tatectain lata ftrnts.
LLS HOW talIr2~ o
"t nt nelaaaa itt cot ear Maaaa. a pa( .
.McCUltDVY & CO., JIlt(allael , 1'.1
ring suah an imnaese s in ) all f~ eoak
itetoeto lte dIsesed. m.sd us.
sre. Eidsanyda a rse 4Jhav
.. whtiek have diste4edte la ea
N..f amlehoU in.. Iab3
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER,
OR THR CURBE OF CHRONIO DISEASN,
BOROPULA OR SYPIMLiTIO, RiElDI
TAlRY OR CONTAG1OU, -
to It Seated In The Ltinge or Stomah, skin
or nones, Fiesh or NerVes,
ORRUPTING TIlE SOLIDS.AND VITIA'DING
TilE FLUIDS. -
Chronto Rheumatism, Scrofula, Glandular
welling, Hacking Dry Cough, Cancerous Alfoo.
lons, Syphili~to Conplaints, Bleeding of the
.un ,.tipopsla. Water Brash, Tio Doloreux,
InSwel i 'gs, Tumors, Ulcers, Skin and Hip
)iseases Mercurial Diseasei, Female Com
laints, Clout, Drop-y, ialt Ithelun. Bronchitis,
Liver Complaint, &c.
Not only does the BarsaparlIllan Resolvent
1xcel all-romedial agents in the cure of Chronio,
iorotulous, Constitutional andi Skin Diseases,
lut It is the only positive ouro for
KIDNEY ANDIWLADDER COMPLAINTS,
[rinary and Womb Disases, Gravel, Diabetes
D)ropsy stoppageot Water, Incontinence of
Crlie. irlghts Disease, Alb1minuia, And in all
ases'wore there are brick-dust depoits, ol
he water is thick. cloudy, mixed with sub
itance8 like the white of an egg, or throads li *
white silk, or there is a morbid, dark. bilious
poarance and white bone-dust deposit, and
wVhen there is a pricking, burning a isation
whon passing water, and pain in tie sniall of
the back and a'ong the loins. Sold by Drug.
lists. PR10E ONE DOLLAR,
DVARIAN TUMOR OF.TEN YEARS' GRDWTH
OURED BY DR. RADWAY'S REMEDIES.
One bottle contains more of the active prLlel.
Pies of Medicines than tny other Preparastbn.
raken in Teaspoonful doses, while others re.
luire five or six times as much.
CURES AND PREVENTS
- CHOLERA MORBUS,
FEVER AND AQIJ.E,
4FLUENZA,* 'hDI 'THERIA,
Looseness. Diarrho, Cholera Morbus. or pain.
ul discharges from) the bWwels are stopped in
A or 20 minutes b tokiny mlanlway's Heady Ro.
lef. No congestion or lljilaimmation, no weak
IeSS Or lassitudo will follow the use of tho It. it.
IT WAS TIH FIRST AND IS
The Only pain , ntemedy
h't nst*3antly stops tihe most excriciating
Pains, allays inflammatioi s, and cures Con's
3ion<. whoAlher of the Lutng, Stoiffach, Lowers
r oilher glands or organs, by onn :sppllcation
in frona osse to twently 3lnhtnutoi, no uimat'
Ler how violient or txertiht1iting the mi. L'.e
0011111 te, Bed-riden, Iairn. Crl >ir. Nerv
)I, Neanralgac or prostratei with dl-eas nay
suffer. iRAlDWAY'$ READY IRELIEIF will afford
knllatunatoin of tihe Kidneys,
11isan inn,1t lon of t11 Bladder,
Inflasnangtin of time Howels.
ColetioNton of tle Lungs
More Throat, D1lienit lrentantlng.
Palpitatlos of tle ileanre.
laysterics, Vrontas ip1laterIa.
('olt1 Olaillt, Anriso Chills,
01I1blalus~ and Fr'okt lite.,
The applicat~ton of thne iteady' lietief to the part
or parts whero the pain or diliculty exists will
rkfford ease anti comfortL,
Thirty to sixty diropts in a half tumnbier of.
water wvll in a few minntets cur. (ramps,
Sprains. Sour Stomnach, Ileari.burn, Si'k lieati
achie, Dilair'm i, l~yserntery, Colic, Wind in the
Bowels, and ail lnternai paius.
Travelers should always carry a botht10 of R sd
way's itady llief wvit ciam. A foew droo In
water ill prevent siekness or paIns roem
change or waler. it ls tter than French
liranday or liiters as a cilmuntilnt. Price FIft~y
Cent. p'-r 'ot. IC.
Radwayfs Regulating Pills.
Perfeet Purg~dves, Soothing Aperiente,
Act Withioit P'ain, Always siellanble
and Natural in theIr Operation.
A VEGETABLE SURR$TITUTEC FOR CALOMEL.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with
sweet um, purge, regulate, pur fy, ceanse and
RADWAY's PrILS. for tihe cure of all Disorder1
of the o'tomach, Liver, Bowels Kidneys, Blad.
der, Nervous Diseases, Heoadac te, Constpation,
Uestiveness,*lndigestion. Dysppsa, Bilious.
ness. Fever. lnhlamnmatlon of Li, owelq Piles
and all derangoments of thne Internal Viscera
Warranted to effect a perfect cure. Purel
vo otable, containing no mercury, minerals a
SW'Observe the following symptoms resultfa
from Diseases of the Digestive Organs : Constl
pation, nward Piles, Fullness of the Blood in
Head,eAidity of the Stoinach, Nausea, Heart.
burn, Disgust of Food, Fullness or Weight in
the Stomach, Sour Eructatlons, Sinking orlFlut
tering at the Heart, Choking or Suffering Sen.
mations when in a lyn posture Dimness of
Vision, Dots or Webs lifre the Bigt Fever and
Dull pain in the Head, Detiliency oI Porspira
ton, Yellowness of the Skin Ond Eyes, Pa aIn
tihe Side, (hest, Limbs, and Sdden Flushes of
Heat, .Burni ng ian the lifesh. . . .
A few doses of RADwAY's Prrs will tree the
system from all the above-named disorders.
Price, 25 Vents per Box.
We repeat that the reader must consult out
books and papers on the subject of diseases and
their cure, among which may bo named :
"False aind TIrue n~
"Radwany on Irrieable Uretfara,'"
'iiadwvay nun Serofula,n
adsothers relating to dliet e la 01 Die
BOLD) DY DRlUGGISTIr
READ "1FALSKE AND TRUE.n
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No. 82 Warren, Cor. Churca Ut.,, New
Wnformation worth thousands will be sent
TO THE PUBLIO,
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Rend shamp tpr ('atalognr.
Rifles.Shoet.jsuns itsvor.enI ,tefrexamiatlo
O. ewand wendernl remedy whfiohte
awwrksn atunral pineiple., It reatores strongth
cla the system of aooumulated and pieUonou
been enred, alo~ies, Oonsipation -huafs
have velumne'es meey of its wenbetnrfulv
e harma than good, ort drastio pul., but usetuq