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REEP THE JIEST HIEIFIRC.-Saving
belfer calves only from the best milk.
ere, and then weeding out the poorest
of these, will soon lay the foundation
for a choice dairy herd. And let us
make the further important point, that
selecting a pure bred male from an es
pecially good milking strain. and then
solecting the helfer calves from the
best milkers, the following up this
of breeding for even ten years wIth
males from the same strain of blood of
the progeny becomes unified and inten
sitled to a degree of prepontency almost
equal to a thoroughbred. The dalry
man may then place a strong reliance
upon the milking quality of the future
progeny. Ile has thus moulded a breed
to suit his own wants. When dairy
men shall proceed oi this systematic
plan of growing their own dairy herds
we shall hear much less of the unpro
ltableness of the dairy, Of course
great care must be takii to study the
'wantsof these young animals as to food
and shelter. Good food and care are
necessary to alhow the capacity of any
strain 0l blood. The best blood will
soon deteriorate under unskillful feed
Ing. The helter calves from the best
imillkers should be generously fed from
the beginning with such food as will
grow the frame and inuscles, conse
quently iiitrogenous food Is most Ii
portant. Skim milk, oil meal, wheat,
oran, oats barley and clover are all
good. They must always be fed with
iore nitrogenois food,
JUMPING CA'rTLE.-A cor'respondent
thus describes an improved yoke for
jumping cattle: "First put a piece
across the horns. Then 1have a p1ce
of hard wood board, one-half or three
fourths Inch thick and about three feet
long. Have a hole'inserted In the bar
across the horns in such a way that
when tills hard--wood strip Is inserted
Iln it, ruilnilig out over the back as the
animal naturally carries Its head, the
rear end will be just free of the back.
Drive three or four shingle nails,
ground sharp, Into this endi, letting
Ohem oome through three-fourths of an
inch, so that as n50011 as the ammal
makes an effort to rnise his head to
jlllp tile fence, the nails will sotiandly
prick his back, and lie will be apt to
frisk his tall and sta rt for , some feed
thait 18 easier to beobtained. For cheap
noes and durabillity, this arrangement,
is unequaled. It weighs less thell tihree
potlds; it is n1ot in1 the way in travel
ingaround, and when the anima1 lies
down it, ia oil oe sid *e, 118 it is latil all
for the anlinal to throw its head oppo.
Hite toithe -ide It lits oil. IVienl tity
are fceilig, It is upright inl th air. It.
will keep the animal to whIleh it Is al..
piled where lie belongs, sure.''
LITSI.i '1 IINos OF G EAT Ao.tENT.
It is it iinnil matter to take the lorises
across the iehld tor Watter ; it Seeius to
cost nothing, yet it a lariner's 1im1e, or
that of his hired I man is worth aly
hing, it costs it great deal lin the caiise
of a year. It is a a1111111 matter to chop
eachl day's wood u1pon thle day It, Is
used, aid thus have it all f'resih ; btt
Iliteen in nutes in halrvesL time Is orth
m1ore th1an inl Ja1nuarV; busides, there
are vastly imore ecolnollical Imethols (A
imaking fire wooa than witll an,, atxe. It,
is a very little i 1mter to tLightei a loose
nut, but, It sometimes cost. life and 111111)
lot to do it. A pear tree here, 1111( a
peaCh tree, cost, so little that one Ia in
elilled to tilink they are of 11o aICoun lt,
but wieii tile ruit, is 1.11e they are ap.
pr1eela4td. A single step Iro one1 1 room
to aniothier 1$ ","only3 one step,'" butt thle
thought of a st'lirway made otit of'
these s15teu dring a IlIfe tiniue,ts enough
to alnmosL make a1 w~omanIl's back ache.
Look well to tihe details, thatt the lit
tle things are't right,, 1or 11t pays in the
SAs En Ui)DEI.--Give ai dose of phys3'
Ic, comp~losed ol a pOu tit of .'ps)om~ salt s,
dissol ved in a quar't tof warmI11 waiter,tdtd
oulices of' groluId gnger', and1( give the
whole ini oneo dose. ('iye stoppy f'ool.
ing, and1( It the inilk tdoes not hlow
without miuch pu llinig m1 the teat of tuhe
alhected q1t'tte, it, l tile best, to draw~
the milk by mle ins ol' a milkinrg tu11be,
w hichl shiouldt be cnref ully' insertedh, ain1i
not putshied too lair tIp,. A 2ply3 1 rtq inen t,
Jy hand ruabbing, conltiuted tuiniiig
half' an2 hour at a iitim, the patlm 01 the
handi being occaslinlly ru bbedi with
tii'u 01' lard't to pre'vetl chalinug of lt)
udder'. A ni oun1ce of aquta 2aini1non1ial,
three ounces c1 larti and a scrupliIle 01
)0odine, inixed togetheri, aind ia pti oll
aippliedi twice dhully, .wItl be of serl'eeI.
Powerful stimulant1s0r blIstera shoutltd
not be apph)1 eti to the utdder'. IIf abscess
I orms) ireo I uelsion shioul d be mallde
with a liiiiet, andit a saturatetd soluilon
oi sulphate of zinc appliletd twie) 0or
three daIly to tihe wounid.
Cpi' dirt, dift ha iy fi'om tihl edges
oft the uniirshes, an ud ai 'Ciels ina1l2tter
that can be collected abouL a farmiu, If'
niot used( 1n the co!'po~st heap, makes
i' Alu ifigi .';s a wrIter, has1 al11 tile
benefits of ploughintg, with 11011 of' its
dhiadvanltages, keeping tile suirfiae
melhlow with 110 damage to tile 'oots by
the pilouigh, 01' to the truntik or branchles
by tile teaml It, keeps tdown the grass,
anid invites the earthwormi to work
aund make Lche 8011 line and( 1rih. It
tends to retain1 thileturetil f'or a 1mu1ch
,longer timxe, and~t remedytl3 in aI great
11easuretsC the evil efiects of' droughit.
Th'le fruit wvh eh fails upon iL, is notL
bruised, it is the waly .Nature adoplts
to m1anre antd enrJichl tile tor'est trees.
l'zus that hlave been raIsed 0on milk,
grass, elover, tulbers andt rootL5 till they
weigh 160 or 100 p~ountds are generally
heatithy. 'They are' thien in good eoa*
ditioni to fattenl.
sih's of all kinds are Injuretd someW
yhlat, by har id freozing.
T'HE' most di liltt in g to raise 01n
a11 irm Is at miortIgage; I it req ires'C thle
best 01 culture and the richiest of soil.
J'Nous1H corn rep'or'ts sho(w that1
wheat, is belo0w the average, barley
ab~ove Oats, anid beans slighltiy above,
anid pens a little below.
Jlerr E X'c/hone, in tile Bierlehlte, dones
not attack any i-e entitle value whuat
ever to the ordtinaryl'3 p'otassituul1(4 Ione
paper tests as ozonie n-.easulrers. A
i-mali amiount of /zone in muoist irI
produces, lie say3s, a greater tdegr'ee of
color oni potassl im iodhlei 1pa1121 than1111
- -a larger amnotunt of (7zone in diry air,
and the hydr1oscopie chiaraucter of the
* iimattkmrial from whmich 1120 paper is 11ade1,
thlereforei largely iniflutence the tdepth
* ~of tile (color' produced. .lie even0l goes
as far as'lo assort the actual pr'Ceence
of ozone in the atm~osphlere is at prc
Bent anl open questlion.
* 'flThe director 1)f a Germnan insante asy..
heim expresses the belief that much of
the Insanity In Gormatny may be at.
ibutetd to thte overwork or chiktiren
TInERE t a good story told of famous
restaturateur warmly recommending to
a customer whom, although rich, he
knew to be no connoisseur in wine, a
certain Bordeaux, which he alleged to
be of some splendid old vintage. "I
can vouch for what I say," urged the
restaurateur, "for I know it was put
in bottle the day my grandfather was
baptized." The Innocent victun con
sented, and the wine was brought in
a bottle'so covered with cobwebs and
dirt that it looked more like a large rat
than anything else. The "cradle"
was handled most carefully by the
sommeller, and the cork was drawn
with much ceremony. Imagine the
horror of the poor restaurateur and
the hilarity of the customer when a fly
came buzzing out, rejoicing at having
regained his liberty ?
Another fact worth remembering I
that, no matter what you may ask foi
even If it be a fried piece of the moon,
the waiters will invariably reply,
"Yes," and either bring it you, or on
returning assert with sorrow that un
lourtunaLely there is no0 more left.
Alery, the well-known author, tried
this joke on once, and peremptorily
ordered of a waiter a sphinx a la
Marengo. "I an sorry we have no
more, monsieur," replied the garcon.
"What? No more sphinx?" exclaimed
Mery, feigning astonishment. The
walter lowerett his voice, and mur
inured lin a confidential whisper; "W e
have some nore, monsieur ; but the
truth is I should not care toPervo them
to you, as they are not quite fresh I"
"WiLL you be kind enough, Mr.
Gilhooly, to inform me when you are
going to pay me for those teii-dollar
boots ?" asked a Galveston shoemaker.
"It's too far oft' to guess-too early
in the canpaign."'
"But I would like to know, as I need
"'o do 1, but slice the last election
I 'ye quit the prognosticating business.
When It comes to a question of such
national Importance as paying for
those boots, I am thoroughly unroll
able; but I'll tell you what I'll do."
"(I am1 willing to take even a small
amou1nt on accoult.''
"So am 1. That's just what I was
going to propose. There Is nothing
that alffords ine half so much lileasure
as to )ay my debts. Now I )rol)ose to
ma11ke a partial payment. You lend mile
ten dollars, and I'll make a fair divide
and let you have live dollars on ac
The shoemaker says there is alto
vether too much fraud In the returns.
Nxw YORK has more fun out of its
transit 8line than any other city in the
world. On the street railroads a high
wayiman enters the cars at convenient
hitirvals and robs the passengers; on
the elevated railroads they let a man
Into the enclosure, and then the train
jitups outf and lWaves him. lle grabs
the hand-rail and is jerked down on
somebody's head below. A man can
ride down town In the street cars and
be robbed, and go back in the elevated
train and he malimed for lile. 'Thus(0o
the New York lines combine pleasure
IlE was brougit belore the alves
ton itecorder on a charge drunken
ness: "Do you pleId guilty or not
guillty ?" I di't plead at all. I deny
everything.'' "1)0 you deny having
been up here before ?" I should smile.
Why, d1udge, 1 deny being bere right
now. If you catch ime giving myself
away, just, wake mec up and let, me
NOT long ago ani lrish man applied to
an overseer in a Tlyne shipyarId to lie
lput on a job. lie was Informed that
his requtest could not, he coimlhied wI tih
buIt as I'at, continued to gaze at an
anchor wvhich wias lying in the vicinity
the foreman repecatedl huis replly that
there was no work for him i and advised
hun to go away. '"lulvil a blt will I
stle, sorr, till I see the man that's go
ing ho use that plek !"'
"'WYy d3'(ear old1 fellow,'' said a
hiorsc joickey'l rying to seli a hmorse to an
I rishmman it, the market time other day,
"tLhat 'ere hioss has traveled a mile In
two niinutes and twenty seconds." "'I
belave ye, sIr,'' ainswered tihe Intelli
genit. SOnl oh Emieratld, ''but ll wager'
mel OilId brlogans h)le wals ab~oard a rail
road train wh'ien ye timed him.''
WhEN an old back woodsmnan was
ablot 1.o take his lirst, ride in a A1lissls
sippi steamer, lie was asked whether
lie would take (leck 0or cabin piassage.
"Well,'' s id lie, in a resignied sort olf
way, "I've lived all my lif'e In a
catbitii, aind I guess cabini passage will
icc goodh enough! for a rough chalp like
MantY tI ANtI wants a reelpec for prie
ser'ving the hiai'. Certainly. Uise
white suigar', ''pound( for' pound,"' add
enouighi water to make a heavy siruptl,
add the hauir and Eouri ounces oleomiar
gaine, boll, strain aind put up in glass
or stone jar's.
A 8'i'nANGEn in (Galvestoni asked an
o)1( resbitnto ow mnalarial reveir could
be distinguished from yellow fever.
''As a .geneiral tinlg,'' was the repiy.
''you can't teil unutli yout have i ed it.
10 .you main 't alive,thmen it. is most likely
"'You have always had the reputation
of being ani honest man. hlow (lees IL
haippen that you have beenm guilty of
theft. ?" "'It's the fault of theo age in
which we live. 'lThe man who wants
to make an honest l ivinig nowadays
can't. do it unmless lie rteals."'
limx s'ild he wias bashfiul, amid b1lushled
p~ainfuhily, a nd asked hier if' she coulId
spel11 bash fuli. She said sheo mIght (10
t-o-o-l. TIhen he looked tuneasily at1
heri and bega n to wvondler ifr she were
tunutiteirab ly igntorant or superlatively
I saion--What is a landscape
inter C'? Stuitdentf-A paliter 01 land.l
scapes8. Insp~cLto-G 3otl. W~hat is an
anima)11ul anter? Student.-A patlinter
of aininls. Ilnspector - Excellent.
WVhat Is a inmrine patuter ? Student
A l aie of miniiiles. I ispjector'
A dinmiabie. Go and1( tell it to them.
A m AiiY w:'nts to know why thie rail
r'oad' compiesiC (10 not pirovide 'Spiecial
care for tobacco chaeweirs as well as for
simokei s. Bless you irI iocenut hiesrt!
i'obaceco t'hieweirs are not so par'ticutlar
as thitt. An ordinary passenger car is
good enough for them.
$xooxs wer t home the other a Ighit
ill eied with double vision. .lie sat
for sonic time wvith his sleepy gaze
riveted on Mdra. Snooks, and then com
pilacently remarked: '"Well, 1 1101)
t'holleir 'f you iwo gals don't look
'nongh alike to be twins.'"
A N Ilinols chap, In describing a
gale of winmd, says: "A white dog,
wvhile attempting to weather the gale.
wvas caught with his imiouth open, and
turned ennluiniltol 11n1(1 et..''
Firsi Px.-Take a pound of any
cooked fish, very carefully pick from
the bone, and mix it with a sauce, a
follows: Ball the bones In a small
quantity of water for twenty minutes
and when cold mix a gill of liquor,and
stir It over the fire until it thilckens;
add two ounces of butter; keep stir
ring rapidly until well mixed in; take
the sauce off the lire, mix in an egg, a
large teaspoonful of essence of an
chovy, the same quantity of lemon
juice, a large piuch of salt, and a small
one of cayenne pepper. The sauce
should be very thick, and some care
will be required in stirring it over the
lire. Mix the picked fish and the
sauce together; put a layer of fluely
mashed potatoes at the bottom of a tart
dish, then all the fish, and over this
another layer of potatoes. Smooth
tie top over neatly, and bake In a
moderate oven ror twenty minutes. If
preferred, the potatoes can be spread
in a bright tin dish, the lish be placed
hilign in the centre of it, and then be
covered over with the potatoes.
To CLEANS1C DRIPPINQ.-A very
great saving can be iaue li every
family by saving the fat that comes
from different kinds of meats. There
is frequently more gravy than cai be
used, Very fat beef, when boiled,wll
leave a deep coating of fat upoii the top
of tihe water, which caln be taken oil
when cold, leaving the broth to use
for stock for soups aid gravies. Keep
these various fats in i cool place till
enough is accumulated for a quart or
more; then put into an iron kettle,
with as niuchi cold water. Set it over
tihe tire and bring it to a boil. Remove
It from the stove, set in a cool place
till It is solid on the top; take a knife
and lift out the fat, turn it bottom side
up on a plate and carefully scrape oil
all sediment that may adhere; wipe
with a dry cloth, and you have a per
fectly clean cake of nice shortening
that can be used for frying doughnuts,
shortening pie crust or in any other
place that needs lard.
"1 dom'it want that Stufr."
is what a lady of Boston said to her
husband when lie brought home somne
medicine to cure her of slck headache
aid neuralgia which had made her
miserable for fourteen years. At the
first attack thereafter it was adminis
tered to her with such good results,
that she continued its use until cured,
and made so enthuslastic in Its pralse,
that she Induced twenty-two of the
best families in her fircle to adopt It at
their regular family mine(liime. Thai
'stuff' Is Hop Bitters.-Slundard.
FitiED OYsTERs.-To try them is one
the best ways to spoll good oyst-rs;
but many cooks will so serve thiem,and
many people like them; for these the
following advice Is seasonable and
reasonable: Forbid peremptorily the
iuse of hog's lard for oyster frying.
Fven the most refined hog's lard is
still too gross and rank to be al)pied
to so gamey and delicate meat as the
oyster. Fry them only in the very
best of sweet oil. Avoid another pre
vahling mistake of frying too much;
fry not to a (lark brown, but only to a
uicI golden brown. The former course
tends to make the oysters tough',whle
the plan of frying only to a deep rich
yellow, leaves them tar more tender
with a much higher oyster flavor.
PICK i.Ei MiriNA.-Puit three-gal
l0ons of martinmas in very strong briine,
keel) covered for ten days, then wash
thmemi in cold wvater, amnd put them in
vinegar to stand ten more days; then
draln and put thiem in the jar Ilatendedh
for them. 1mn three pints or vinegar
scald a large handful oh scraiped horse
radlish, onec cup of hllstpiee, cne-half
cupI of blaick pepper, one cuip of gin
ger, one-half cup of black mustard,
three large spoonifuils of cloves, all
bcaten, three onions slIced, one ipod of
red1 pepper, three pounids of browmi sum
gar ; pour it over tihe nmati nas, amid nl
up withl cold vinegar.
Fmmreassmcn 01 CALiF's TOl'NG;IJ.-Boil
the tongue one hour ; pare amid emit Into
thick slice ; roil theim in flour amnd fry
in dipin)1g fvye uminumites; putt tihe
tonigues I mte ai saucepanm; add slicedl
onion,thiyme andh parsley ; cover wIth a
cu pfiul of' your soup or other gravy ;
simumer half an hourW, coveredh tightly;
take ump the tongues and keel) them
warma; tralin time gravy, Llhickeni, puit
bii four or ive thin slicem' of lemnon
from which time lpel has been taken;
boll one mninute, anmd pouri over the
O*r, marks on wval lipaper, or tihe
marks where inconalderate p~eople rest
thir heads, are a sore grief to good
housekeeper's, but they cani be remmoved
wvithout, imuchi troubhle. TaVke p)iple-clay
or futller's caith, and1( imake into paste,
about as thick as rich cream, with cold
water; lay it omn time staim gemmtly,
w ithiout ruibinig it in ; leave it on all
night. it will be dry by mnoring,
when it ennm be brushmed off, amid unmiless
an old staini, time grease spot will have
diisappeared. If old, renew time apijjl
WiH EN velvet has beeni wet anid lhe
conmes spotted, hold time wronmg side
over steam, amid wiloe dalmmp draw the
wrong side quickly over a warm iron.
it takes two to dio thIs weli,onme to hold
thme bottom of' time iron up~ward,'ud~ the
seconid to druw thme velvet across It.
PAINT, pitch, or tar can 1)0 removed
from cloth or wood by rubbing it with
tuirpentine. If thme palit hats becomei
dry, put a few dirops of turpetineii on
time spot, and let It, stamndl a short time;
thmen rub the spot, andmu If all thme paimit
is not removed, repmeat, the wvork.
Whmenm emitimely gomne, ruib oil wilth
(1 axAux onl a carpetr, it not of long
standinmg, can be reaidily dispo;cd of by
washing time spot with hmot soap-suds
and1( boraux -half man on mce of b~orax to
a gallIon of water. I Ise a cam (101th
to washm it with, mimnse inm warm water,
andi~ wipe dry.
SiPo's on tumrnit urme, from aniytlumg
hot., or I reonmalcohmol, enni be remmovedl
by riubbinig liard with sweet, oil amid
turpenine11. W heni mthe sp itsi oi api
pearii, wmashm in milk-waurm soapj-suds,
dry3 qickly, andt piolish by 'ruibbinmg
briskly with chamois skimn
AmmmPLc CmmAnm.orrak -lient two cips
oh' nilce apiple sauce, weli st wecteneod
and1( Ilaivored(, to a hi gh I roth, w~ith time
whipped whites of three eggs, mauke
Into a mounmd in a glass dmih anid cover
with lady's Iinmgers or other small
spomnge cakes, fitted mneatly togethm er;
send aroumnd sugar amid cream with it.
Cruelty is time result of bams mess andc
of co wardioe.
A f'awnimng world is worse thman a
TiHIR pecular adaptaLo o1 l0e. Ilull'i
Coagh dyru p to so umamiy phmises of
T1hro a t amnd B :onmchial diseases has renm
deredi this remedy immensely popular.
ol learywher. 2 ents.. a botle
"Women Never Think."
If the crabbed old bachelor who ut
tared this sentiment could but-witneso
the intense thought, deep study ani
thorough investigation of women in de
terminiilg the best medicines to kee]
their families welland would note thel
sagacity and wisdom In selecting Hol
Bitters as the best,and demonstrating.1
by keeping their families in perpetua
health, at a more nominal expense, h<
would be forced to acknowledge tha
such sentiments are baseless and false.
Strength of Yelloto Pine.-Prof.Thu ra.
ton made exneriments for determi.
ning the modulns of elastielty,using a
very large number of specimens In li
trials. He found that deflection o
timber bearing a load and supported at
the extremities Is very nearly propor
tional to the load, even far beyond tie
customary limits of strain, and that
the modulus is very nearly conutant
for all mnoderate delleotions. When
higher loads (as one fourth or ono
eighth the maxitnum) wcra imposed
for considerable time, as ten or twenty
minutes, the deflection gradually in
creaeed; on removal of the weight it
steadily deereased. returning nearly tc
i's orikinal set. Hleayyloids, lo-ig ip.
plied, produced fracture of pieces, the
companions to which realsted consid
orably more when the load was iII
creased steadily up to the atnoment of
fracture- -'The maxtimuim permanent
load was apparently somewhat less
than one half and greater than One
thi':d tihe maxinum load which could
be sustained under ordinary test.
[roin the whole serIes 'of exporimenti
Prof. Thurston drew the following
conclusions: Thle elasticity of yel low
pine timber, such as is usually used it
construction, Is very variable, the mo
dulus varying from 1,000,000 to 3,000,
000, the average being about 2,000,00C
in small sections, and a little above
1,500,000 in large timber; the highest
values are given as often by green in
by reasoned timber; the density of the
wood does not de e.mine the modumus,
the figure varying sometimes miv. rsely
as the donsicy, even where theatmount
of seasoning was alike; a high mdulus
umnally accoiplanies high tenacity and
great transverse strength ; the ies s
tance offered to transverse stresses is
greatest where the lines of grain are
vortie il. Prof. Thurston recoinmends
the designing and construcdug en
gineor to adopt a io lerate value 01
the modulus In proportioning a work,
and by careful inspection and test i0
secure the rejection of all material
which Is not ot good quality.
"VEoETINE," says a Boston physi
lan, "has no equal as a blood purifier
Hearing of its many wonderful cures
after all other remedies had failed, j
visited the lab6ratory and convince
myself of Its genuine merit. It is pre
pared from barks, roots, and herbs
each of which is highly efrective, an.
they are compounded In such a mannel
as to produce astonishing results."
A French entomologist, J. 1-. Fabre,
has recently publishoi a most Interest
ing work, entitled "Souventirs Entomolo
giques: Etudes sur l'instinct et les nwur.
do)r Insectes." It is written in a charm.
Ing, attractive way He has a good
dedl to say of the power Insects have
of finding their nests. He tried ex
perimnts th sand wasps (C rceris),
carrying ti a over a mile away from
their nests Id mutrking them and let
ting them go. FIve hours later four
out of thJ twelve were found work
lng at their barriers. He then earried
nine or the wasps about two miles
away, the next morning released theit
in the market place of a town; bul
they reso above the houses and 1lew
back to their nests. He then asks ii
memory enables them to traverse re
gions strange to them. "Evidently
noct. There can be no remembrance o:
the unknown."' He thinks they hiave
a special faculty, a kind of topographi
cal sense, which we can not appr'eciate
Is your hair failing out or your scalp
diseasedl? Carbolne, a deCodori'zd ex.
tract ef petroleuim, as new improved
arnd perfected, Is just the article you:
need. Buy a bet'le, and, like thou
sands who are usmne it all over th(
land, you will value it as the choicesi
of all toilet Preparations.
1)r Julius S'chidt has lately puli sh,
ed that lie finds f'rom the observation:
of the rod spot on .Jupiter', duiring
periiodl extending from 1879 to 1880
that an interval of nin' h'oure fiflt.)
live minutes 34 41 seconds, repr'esent
the r'otation of that planiet upon01 its
owvn axis. Bitt lie is not. qiuite suri'
about the matter after all, and lI ike
wise and prudent man wants confi r
To' time flemeerhoiti.mi Simufeiug HIumnity
WV. P. Kitt il, P'rin. Dayton Acarny, D)ay
toni, Ala., wvritos to Messrs. P. Noustaodte:
"iEnoloaed please find one dollar. Send mi
by return nmail one box of "Anakosis," D~r. 8,
Bisbee's External Pile Remnedy. Am muel
leased with sample sontme. I considor it
great boon to poi- suffering hemorrhoidai hu
mnanity. Yours truly,
WV. P. KITRELL,
Bamples of "'Anakesis" are sent free to all
sufferers by the solo mantifacturers, Moesrs.
IP. Neustaedter & Co., Box 3910 Now York.
A toillable Ietli~iy.
Kidney-Wort not only cures bad cases o1
pilces amid all d sorders of the kidneys anc
lhver, but is a reliablo remedy for a debilitated
eoimstitution. It acts on thoe bowels as a mid
eat artie, oarrying~ off the usoless and otb
structing elements which cause sickness.
A~etuso iaecure orae OWrneAimerICea
I.- A SS-POLIT1-CUJ SS
Ai it pp i ri wn loe In eo estork roeently i
oh ni , stexthmi ,Ioaln-In a m Ineet .0o rh puby n-w
have anoher opportunity and i may do you good.
h is. li weIght snd aruagthi .i*.~ e
ASK Fol. sAPFONIXr,
AND TAK~P NO 0T33R.
PUNK'A SALT MANWV'e ce., F3InmAD'
a FEAIa and ex penmee to agent
Sf112 P.O ' W1UERY Augsta
THE GREAT REPUTATO
Which Vegetne has attained In all parts Ot
country as a
GREAT AND GOOD MEDIQINE,
and the large'number of testimonials watch v
constantly being received from per.ons w
have beon cured-Dy its use, are conclusive pr
of its great value. It is recommended by i
sicians and apothecaries. As a Blood-Pur11
and Ilealth-Itesiorer it has no equal.
Vegetmne Is not prepared ior a fanoy dric
made from poor liquors, whioh debilitates t
system and tends to destroy health instead
i estoring it.
Are not the many testimonials given for t
different complaints satisfactory to any rease
.tkle persons suffering from disease tilat th
can be oured I Read the different testilnoni
given, and no one can doubt. In many of the
cases tWe persons say that their pain and suffA
ing cannot be expressed, as in cases of Berolul
where, apparently, the whole body was o
ain-a of corruption. It Vegotine will relie
pai, ci anse, parify and ouiv such diseasen, i
storing the i atient to perfect health after ti
ing diferent physicians, many roiedles sufft
lug for years, is It not conclusive proofif y
ate a sufferer, you can be cured T Why is ti
muedicino performing such great cures ?
works in the blood. in tho circulating fluid.
can be truly called the Great Blood i'urlfl4
The great, source of d.sease originates in t
blood; and no inedleitte that does not act,
rectly uprn . to pe-Iry and renovate has a:
Just olaim olu pub.I attention. When I
Vlood becoinbs iifeless and stagnant. eiti
(ruin change of weathier or climato, want of c
croiso. irregular diet, or from any other cau
he Vegetino will renew the blood, carry off t
putrid burors. oleanso the stomach, regula
the bowels, and impart a tone of vigor tot
whole body. The con viction is, in the pub
ats well as in the medlcal professton, that t
temediessupplied by the Vegetable KIngd&
are more safe, more successful In the ouro
disease, than mineral medicines. Vegetine
composed of rots, barks and herbs. It
pleasant to tifke and Is perfectly safe to give i
infant. D you need i? Do not hesitate
try It. You will never regret It.
An Exellent Mediciie.
SbRINoIFIULD, Ohio. Feb. 28, 187T
This is to certify that I have used Vegoti
manufactured by U. R. Stovons. Boston, Mai
for lhounatismn and General Prostration of t
Norvous System, with good success. I roco.
iond Veiretino as an excellent, medicine I
Yourd very truly,
0. WV. VANDEOIIT
Mr. Vandogrift of the firm of Vandegriftl
Iuttinan, Is a well-known business man in ti
pco, having one of the largest stores
Ha Rt. IT.ECVIDNiS, BOvoNs, Mass
Vegetine is Bold by All Drugglite.
The Onl Medicine
That Acts at the Same Tme on
The Liver, the Bowels and the Kidneys.
These great organs are the natural cleans
era of the systeth. It they work well health
will be ertect 1It they become clods
dreadful dsases are sure to folo wwl '
Dilounes, Headache, Dyspepsia, Jana
dice, Constipation and Piles, or Kid
mey Complaints, Gravel, Diabetes,
or Rheumatic tains and Aches,
ar developed because the hlood In poisoned
With the humors thait should have been
will restore the healthy action anA all thea~
destroying ovils vAil be banished;I nogleat
them and you will live but to sufeer.
Thousand mavebeon cured. TryItandyou
Willadt! one more to the number. Take it
and health willc nce more gladden your heart.
W ouserfrm atherwasat *f*Aelagmsghl
Xin y-Wirwill cure you. Try a pack
atgeat once and be satisied.
IS is a dry egetable compound and
One Packagemakes six quarts oflfedieino.
Tour Druggist has it, or tofu ge U for
you. Insis upon aavfing ft. Pie, S110I
WELLS, RICMADGON A CO., Proprietors.
1 0 (WWI md pust paid.) Bflnm YB.
I su~, 1 i uarea
ene~d by th attain oo ma v o let
stinulanls amnid us a o rt rain nerve ad
Hop Bitters. wuasto, use Hop B.
dI yoare yug and sufring tmo a ny no
rtcorangts old w y ung siroang trom
ness, rely on Hop B tters.
n r ouu o n dian
needs eleanrin. stem dsase tha dnerm
whoutinranrtcattag, oya liuse o
t akeo H op Hop~ittere
pesi,. -n 0. I. o.
orurinor wre n an absout
Youb wsllomh toaco$
crdyo u e hl II narcotIes.
If you re n- 9ohubydrug
Srlited, try NEVER Eilrcular
saved hun- - fieebetter., N. Y.
dreds.-- - . a .. ,o
There Is no civilized nation In the Westo:
launIsphere in which Mto uttiity of los ttoe
ltomachl i ters .s a WUnie, corrective, and an
iliens maedicino, Is not known and appreclatt
Vihile it, is a medicine for ali soasomns and I
-lmates, .t. is especialy suited to the cor
mlts generated t~y the wc~.Lthor, being t
Irureat and beat, vegetable stimulant In I
For sale by Drugits and Dealers, to whi
pply for inost: tttr's Almanac for 1881.
FORCITENBORW ELLS 0F ANYIEP
.O PCInTron, ORcan or oopr-lined,
iirands-XV, 0, XIX, 00, 1' No
3311, II N o. P o.I
For sale by tire lardw r 'rao ou
stores. Pump makers, 0t1 roTaeCu
- ta REfE TilAT TIIJ; UP O 1U
lTENCILEID IM O i'
08 M (NUFACTURER,
808 MI .. Phliladelpila, Par
t ag et solt the standard A rieulturai a
~rming for Profi
.1 ,,Accurate. ComprehensIve. A Comnlt
~Aary inlteh As o mlto suoca.al:
'L LS- HO'I a ~tt lm .'El
Make Money n's.r.ow~
' v e man lncs hte at eres ao lSOrt
- Battle Croek, Michigan,
MANUIFAOTUREU Of TR ONLx 2ENUfiE
104 Tration and Plain Engines
e Mst VompheT erretrwyrj etablished
t- ST AD1-P0W9tI SEP1A ORS and
iy Conp ootaaI utfitijo atach flalie
o ton alf Plain uses
or ovr eon th Amdican mar ot.
mu.if I foatures end fapr-eee
~ fo 188 toethe wih superior quallit"Mneer:=9e
e, 8fon~sn ineterl.ntdroatn~d ofb lpther nsakere.
rio Your sizee . of Sepiarators, WrMu Ow Is horwo
10 - r of o n
5~5F U5lF~D5V (rnt ~iee e ir Lefr
tU contantly on bant fro ivhioh top built theo in.
In comparable wd-w~rk of our musoblecory.
I TRACTION ENGINES
to ed. iiorse Power.
nOl 1 d T1rehe mreInvite to
I ,n6= eatc 11 tb g aehia .
NICHOLS, SHEPARD & CO.
Battle Creek, Mlohlgan.
Mrost acceptable gifts to players or singert
wVill- be the-following elegantly bound books.
Any one mailed, post-free, for the price here
Robert Frans's Song Album.
Genms of English Mong.
IHome Circle. Three volumes.
World of Song.
Piano at Hoome. 4-hand collection.
Nihower of Pearls. Vocal Duet.
Crome do In Creme. 2 vols.
Gents of Strauss.
Gems of the Dance.
cluster of Gems.
Bunsh ine of Song.
Each of the above In Cloth. $2.60; Fine Gilt, .
Student's Life In Song. $1.50.
Curiosities of Musie. $1.60.
leetho ven. A Romance by Rau. $1.60.
Bhysnes&Tunes. Ohlistmas Off'g. $1.50.
Sullivan's Vocal Album. $1.50.
Fairy Fingers. For Piano. $1.60.
OLIVER DITSON & 00., Boaton.
. n irsoN, a CO,
12 Chestnut street, Palladelphta.
leery ~Ytthmros ftotr) olaesn thatas a rela
and 'muable newspaper l~ ia no superior nI tis
cont or t nu the worl : rd. tti be bri hoas
ovw r cntomak th atrdngot eoial Ilice moa
Otuomotchanuicrr and the atwerofr. ~~. ieba
anr ~larel o ine trfen ee reprtsh marketo
reodrts, feo epot s, ro myn, ofshpleding ri-a
stut pes ioots, er ry, dup crce lf o o toei.
oytn t o ake foun dtight woth ay ciprole.
arn p Inv be o nh auti or deescp t e fouarmcer,
bc~ mctond lir aportaeraefDl
docct r ae- l ongr fo r whol su sucriptio n to
lice ,EKLY 0URE-JUNAL.eofet
Bescibe'-lr Uo. s Lureay o thKy.in p
odoas of the dch, a handsone boo lor and1 rteee
Fcr lis of mmteho to ce cr erms h erond u
Two ollceaad wilb fo apea to wthy bfespdvantg
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fe n fu pllertoncI ok id rst
Pu praenlphia, Pa.W
Volicr. illdrbe VENtTI to InS.anovo te.
IIEIL 00 ~LtlUBI ALSu ois orThe' o.
anovece. Accr, d Iv N. Ki eAte o ei
detCnlr-oce dB., Louetoen nay. fr
the hs pest riandp oe compte adrails-ra
ironic,.. 1 tin Ici to prorytm al tes aIo e
I atieslfed ow toaEart bil adveantgy
na f e 'cr en rf ted, ork toand ta r n to
A rce Adicent NAOAL p'ULe coy ma beOee.,
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n. e cctle raieee Dui'nge d pre c L ing
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tejei rst e e., .c lit'e et.. ~a h ie
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ir n 0hctnr iaiyadtrstebs.Gut
storoeepor eods rwrt WE 8T
SMl AN 201 Futn8t.N . P .Bo.5
THE QREAT BLOOD PURIFIER,
FOR THE CURE OF CHRONIC DISEABS,
SOROFULA OR SYPHILITi HEREDI
TARY OR CONTA ,U.
Be It Beated In The Lungs or Stomaehg,3kia
or hoines, Flesh or Nerves,,
00IcRUPTING TM 80 ANBD VITIATING
Chroni0 Iheumatle Sorofula, Glandular
Swelln Itacin Dryuh, Canerous Afteo.
tions, %phIlittlo C p ti% BleedIng of thV
Lung yoaopss. Water Bras Tio loloreun
Whi wolrlugT or, Uloer, Si hd i
Disease Mflrourlai Diseases, Female Cor
a ,ut, Drop.y, Salt Rhdum, Bronchitis,
Liver Complaint, &c.
Not only die the Bareparillan Resolvent
a all remedial agents In tho cure of 1hron1,
rlous, Coattutional Skin Diseases,
t 1i ia the only positive Cure for
KIDNEY A XD BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
Urtnary andeWomb Diseases, Gravel, iabetes
rie righ Iseme, Albumnuris, and in all
oases where there are briek-dust deposits 01
the water is thick, oloudy, mixed owit4 Aub.
stanoces like the white ota: eg or r like
White silk, or there is a morbd, , ious
ap rance and white bone-dust deposits, and
whon there is a pricking, burnin sensation
an water, and pain In te small of
= k EO an-aogEh oaRs.l by Drug.
gists. PRIOR ONE, DOrJ~A,
OVARIAN TUMOR OF TEN YEAR8' GROWTM
OUR ED BY DR. RADWAT'S REMEDIES.
One bottle contains more of the active prinol.
fMediines than any other Pro aration
ninTeaspoonful doses, while oums re
011". fIvorsi time as much.
R. R. R.
aURES AND PREVRNTS
FEVER AND AGUE,
Looseuess, Diarrho i Cholera Morbus. or paln.
tI dschare from the boweiagre stopped in
1o or 20 mi by taking lad 'a s eady Re
lief. No cns ic or InfLamaon, no weak
e or lassitude will follow the use of the R, Ia
IT WAS THE FIRST AND 1
Thae Only Pain Remnedy
that Instantly stops the most excruciating
in, all inammations, and cures Conees
ions, whoher of the Lungs, stomach Bowel.
or other glands or organs, by one appilcation,
in from one to twenty minutes, no mat
ter how violent or ekcrucIati the puln, tne
Rtheum:ttic, Bed-ridden, Irui. r Pl. Nerv
u Neural orgrostrated wi ano may
sn ese, ]R AY, READY RELIEF will afford
inalammation of the Kidneys,
I'llmatnmnantion of so Bladder,
Cntof or t~vhe Lugs,
lore Throat, Diffleult Breathing.
Palpitation of the lie
Rlysteries, croup, Diplhttaeria.. '
Headace, EiuLnrwh, lufinenna.
e lrvOuunsnes Sileeplessne-ss,
Cold Chills, Axue Chills,
Ohilblainm and Frolst Bitesh. ls
The application of the Read Roller to the part '
or part wher the as or D~liculty exists will
Thirty to sixty drops in a half tumb'
water will In a few minutes cure Cramia
Sprains. Sour Stomach, Heartburn, flick Uead
owl nd ~iteral Collo, Wind in )e
Travelers should always carry a bottle o
way's Ready Relief with them. A few df4in
tracr will prevent sickness or plin' rom
change ofwater, It is bettor han Ffiench
iaay 'r Btrs as a stimnulant.. Price Fifty
Rad wayfs Regulating Pills.
iPerfect Purgatives, Soothing Apertente,
Aet Without l'ain, Alway. Reliable
and Natural in their Operation.
A VEGETABLE SURSTITUTE FOR CALONEL.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantl coated with
sweet gm, purge regulate, purf, cleanse and
RinwAT's P for the cure of all Disordert
ef the b Ioma Iver, Bowels KidneyBad
Uotiveness~ indigea1 n, 11sppse ~lu$'
ness. Fever. inflammation of th owcl Piles,
and all derangeents of the Interna incera.
Warranted tof eiect a pcrfeot curl@ Purelyj
ve etabre uont&n ing no mercury, minerals ci
DObsev the followin syptonsrsl~p
ation nward Piles, Fulness of the Blood in
burn Disgu of0 Food, Irines or Weight I
the Stomach, Bour Eruetations, Sinking or Flut.
tering at the Hleart, Choking or Buffering Son.
atlonsot wrhen ina lyingposture Dimess of
Dlp n in the Head, Defieienoy Perspira
tin Tellowness of the Skin and Eyes. Pal in
te i5do, (est, Limbs8 and Sudden Flushes of
A few doses of RADwAv's Puas will free th
system from all the above-named disorders.
Fries, 35 Ceats per Bom.
We repeat that the reader must censult cur
thr ce, ame gwhioh may be namedss n
"False and Tee"
"Radwa~y em IrrItable Urethrsa,'"
MiRad way on Merofula,"'
ad others relating to different classes of Din
3OLD BY DRUGGISTgr
UNEAD "FALSE AND TRUg."
lend aiqtterstam~ to RADJWAY * 00.
No-3 Warrem, or. Ohuureb St,, Net'
W'normatlen werth thousand, wIll be sen
TO THE PUBLIOe
Ofr liAwAY'b old estaulslid I f IheI 1 a
an the base and worthlo is imftetions o
-hia t re re als ltesolvont&. (elief
se ta hename "Radway- Is on wnat yol
5 0 0 2 .4 . ^ R N S 0 P A w 5 r o t A e n s A -
THE OOLUMBIAN e 'nM
mort elabre, costly as beaut i lo iday ce
ap d n b seen atthi, ofic an ato ovr posoc
Those answering an aavertisen ons wit
oer a favor upn the advertiseir and the
Usenmi i thi inurnal (naming tthe advser
ltiisShotonas.Revlvelrs~sentoa.a. d. for ezaminatio
wo bqme. a.so .., w...s.u,..., w .,
Wbhv eueeeste. fa anag taj