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WINTER OF WORK HOISIs, - The
horse is the principal motive power o
the farm, and the working and culture
of the farm depends largely on the
condition of e horses, hence it is im.
portant that they should be brought
through the winter in good condition
and in readiness for tle usual hard
spring work. The winter season is
one of comparative leisure for farm
horses, as our farms are usually -man.
aged, and the greater part of the time
during the season they must either
stand in stables or else be turned out
in the opex air. Horses are Injured by
standing constantly in stables without
exercise, theretore they should - be al
lowed to spend a potion of each da7
in the open air, when not too col ,
whele they will receive the necessary
exercise. If they are driven on the
road, or otherwise used, of course no
turther exeereise Is rcq.uired. Many
farmers seem to think that because lit
tle Is required of their horses durifg
winter a corresiondingly small anouint
of attention need be given thoin, and
they leave theIII to toed uioII )00 hay
or straw reserving all their good hay,
and grain for spring feeding. This we
believe to be ioor polly. for though
we do not believe in high feeding dur
Ing wiiteriyet we beie ve hrses should
have Such leed tid enr ias Will eep
the in good working Condition. Hiigh
feedig, without sulielent, exeriso in
detrimental to horse.s Work horves
that are gralined heayily through tile
entire winter, ithout, beig wotrked
will nIotuathelly stid tie he hdwork
requird of thein who spring opens as
well ais thoke ahat had but moderate
Ieeding, uillelent, only to keep thewa i
good working condistion. Iliih feed-_
bng I the espling, to 1 80 horses tat hee
not eell it Sto ie:. to it during th e
winter, will be inuich mcore appe ltvcit.
It will dnable them to stniti tie hatd
nhips of Spring work wiltouL mchni
wioliing oil'n lelsh it, Cl should always
be thle Wiml o owners of horses to klieep
them1 Int good rt lr. If onI ; Lhely be
dtie vey gooR iln ie, iL reqitiuires
ruch ote hed to recover tihe los, ileIh
than would be needed to miaintain, ilat,
MnEN ANi DRY WOOd.-Nothing
cinni be m'ore provoking to twomn
than to have to hav oVburn green or weot
wood, anild bunthing in our eopinion goes
Sil ns b e et 3131 ledr 1 Jt
sohar to honv)11iet th iinedr to shitiies.
ofes as to eghet n turnshin .g Ji abun
daniitc the 1 13ry pieod, ome iiIll
era coLt ed that, liere Is at saviig Iln
53I1lxng gre, l wcd with dry, beIucatse
the.y hA l it ilts longer; but til e
relisoll a r this ib dluit tile ka froill tle
grt ell wtOtl has to bie evapoaitLd befdore
IL %wIll burn), anld tills evalporaltionJ o)I
saplt absoi bs the heat I tr ui the dry wood
to thlit, it e' waill 1:111111i, of diry wolid
has to be bullid Ill older to col r hie
le gdreeld . This ty bie clistei Ion'01
of the w at es u thel il. IL i
wnpikiliht itoe Clt Will er wle to
ive to go it tile wUiot ile alt tring
. n-lwet %I otti, 01 IAnye 10 tiOg it, (sit ol at
klioN balakh, 'A hieh Iis notI 1411nIrtquently
the via-e. A -),(tI luight becosrut
tde tt, ta slight ( Xpeti~ke, ill wiejljch tile
i onler eould not, oly sto3' re his wlitd
Ultr it, s Cut but, ait -ti Le;iy c utig
ald 1il'ge ellough th ha t, hie ear is
hliicd naui miight work li it oil Stornly
dayn. . 111 suela t tl ile whoi ol the
Wood migaht [,e Cut williot(iit,iitterterinig
wi thu h it ia lar 3 1 . li All Uli1i,
would be IIcc aLr wirotuld be L-0 luve
a year's stck inl ii leii; lry woo
coulti 11s thn a e l11atti aid esy oI
the il ot 1 rI . .6lai 6.l Alti adlou1.,
thich leys:O ".i1ake cire of the cein'
avlxen tie uomik il tae owre hot. teni
les.'' to kee t ina hearei gow thie aent
every~a day i'pon ie berns witchrt at
upetore tIlols t, thercentl o t yea
tree i i th1g hieh i pligs need' .1
thi pterslo tehe 1 hea cet atint,
whe the lk ofithe la.owti ig o. 'I'11..
e111t,3t eepl lup aw healty alu' grw tLan
ores &the p-iist 3011ve been taItugh toear,
beethe, bune therte willW be alwaysg
toub. .w1' ih 'thlu. Thle pig lyr way t
~~I ~ theyi 0 lii tcr uetihkl theli to an
odik the al ie1to psile ie. 1,Tis
~ hleaily b e teeb placy(i n aittle
at11, t. .By ath ble 1 110he pi s r e oie,
-i iind there will be no lurthier ditlicul
* ~Wacons. 018or earts watith broad tirds
inaty be draaw .1 over new 13 -le wedOt
dy3 30o1(ds they atre.pjiilled wit h ygreater
ease thauin Iirow ti resi, becaulse te soil
Is packett down an notii. cut upi. T1hie
pla~lr pre'juidiec in litvor of na t.row
tires is it strange one, its it is un~p(Asi
ble to keep the roads ini repaler whlice
they arei uisedi. lcy ar ialiiso very
hard on horses. 11'y3ou are atbout to
1 purchase a ('art, think ol this andl hityc
- it bultL with br oad tires.
Irlw nFA i.i/.%lite ltecessity 01' iluill yI
lng orchards. Wh len oncet pln ited, ~hie
treeCs aro( to ren'ial 1 Oli the sane soil
thirty or' foi y years at least,. 'I hey, in
ia lew yeairs, exhaiust the f1o(d311 the soil
that thley areO niOst 10ond 01 and1( Lheil
H ~they waili eeaso to be productive andiu
thritty unless propilerly 10ed.
.i JE.ylisi 13311tirat ist, wahile preserv
inIg ant1s3133 an~iti is ini boittes of aleo
II ~ hl, met wivth a touchinug exhibitilon
*that, caused hunim to fotego I urtheor ex
pel~rlfments. .l10 wished to pr1eserve a
*large female 34pide1r and13 t'wenty-loumr of
hier youing ocm that hie hiad capt (ired.
. ile put the miother inl t a bottle3 o1
alcohol, utnd saw that alte(r it few maum.
i~ Ii Oents shte folded her legs upon03 her body,
1133d was at rest,.i .11 lhen put, lito the
4bottle thie young oneIs, whio, of' coiurse,
mniiested1 at'to pain. Whlat, wits his
3 isturpr'ise to see the mtothert atroulse hier
self fronm her lothariIgy, dart aro11und,
* 114 ~ and gather heri 3'omig~ 0ones to her
'I bosomi, fold her legs over' thema, agatin
* t relapse into insensibility, until at, last
Sdeath 01ame1 to lier relief', and3 thme limbs,
nolongme ontrolled by tis maiterunal
lustint, reeasedtir graisp.
iIJ Tico neto kinds or teai, lthaing very'
liip~l pecular qulities, halve been discov'
ered by Mr. E'. U. IBarberi whtIle explbor,
Ing the r'egionl wes('t Oh' Ilatinmg-tui,
ChIna. 011e of ilme varieties was ratre
and appears to have bieeni grown only
bysminonk of time monausterkes on
lie trngCongou to wauhiLehI browni
sugarhadeen'ddedliberatlly ; but its
of oretha (i00feet, above the level
'aof tesea. It Is a leafy shrub, with a
stmtboult four' incies thick, anid it
ataisa height ol lifteen feet. In
Ill maki a infusiioni every part of the
~ 'i'~ plant etxcept the root is employed. TIhxe
beverage produced is a strongly-color.
ed btweak tea, having a natural
milkvyo rather btuttnr flavor.
TREATMENT OF AN ATTACK OF AP
POPLinY.-Loogen the clothes, espeol
allv those about throat and neck;* and
send at once for a physician. Mean
while, remove the patient into a cool.
well ventilated room, raise tle head
ahove the level of the body, and apply
cold to the head either by means of
rags dipped in water, never allowing
then to beconie Warm, or by Ice in a
bladder, &o. The diet will require
great care when the patient is reivlv
Ing. Only very sinall quaitrlites of
milk, beef tea, &o., must be giveni un
til lie is able to digest more. Suppo
sing the patient to recover from the lit,
great care will be required to preventa
second attack. strong medicinies,great
eciteament, or mental occipation are
to be avoided. The diet ought to bo
light but nutritious; milk is itseful,
taken to the extent of iX4 or 2 pints in
a day ; as a rule, no spirits or wine
should be allowed.
Sicnz Flus.-Fill a large Jar witir
grapes picked from the stem ; add a
little water, cook slowly and stir oc
casionally to prevent burliig. W hen
tonder strain out the Juice through a
lIne sieve. (The white Muscat grape
is beot. To one pint, of grape cjle add
three pounds of sugar and a bag of'
bruised spice-maco, cinnamon faiud
cloves, to taste. Pare seveli pounds of
Ligs very thin ; have them ripe enough
to be soft but, not to crack open. Cook
the Ji118 in the grape syrup until tenl
der enough to pmss ia straw through
easily, then d 1p out carefully and seal
In glass jars. A sielued jolly tnn be
mdule I rom the syriap, it any is left
over after tho figs are done.
NESPAUL CUnY OF COLD .ROAST
FoWL.-Take two large onions, two
apples, two ouinces of butler, a desscrt
spoontlul of curly powder and one tea.
spooniil of 1lour or two teaspoonills
01 curry piSLte witholt flour, half a
pint of gravy, one tablespoonui ii of'
lemon Juice, and two toinatoes-fresh
or preserved--reni, Iaid rice. Fry the
fowl and the odions to alight brown in
two otilceb o1 bu'.ter, tln pit thern
ito a slewilig-piti and add to it the
gravy, tuimatoes, ap)lte-saiteu .nd
Urenim. Let, It ciiitier about, thirty
Iilinttes, then pritin i ta slespooitti of
ieinon juice anid serve with bolled rIce.
11' curry liaiste Is used Instead of curry
powiler, only a. teaspoolnul of lemon
juice Is rtquired. Nothing can beat
tlils; thi is t il th Ulnjah's ownI reelpe.
BAE xING .NDlIAN PUDDINu. - Pour
eniough boilinig Mittei' oil two cups o1
incle to wel it, thoroughly ; teit add
oie-iitil cup of bueLr, well beaten
with oine cup o1 sugar, till like a
ci Cnn ; two %% ell-eatel eggs, a Jlittle
salt, two cula js o1 milk, two Ltablespooti
Jul1b 01 m1olatees, ntmelitg aIdIk einna..
inioln to stit the haste ; otic teneup of
.t oeiltI aii'u ns, sOight y teoppeil ; l.akc
sl(Iy13 ttulee hotit d. If* pr ietred, use
tLu w -uihirbti of a cup (i li icly chopped
bet I lidI of butier ; i ntIld 0t ' 1 aj,
Hitb a eI 1) a'd ai hall oi' iiorit it whol tc
bel ies ale Very lice, or two cups of
1Miy13 chopi tth vweet alippiles intevad of
anly otier ir1,1t is eXceulleit.
Boll.INO Fisui.-Ten ininutes to ever'y
1.0juit of lislh is a ini average ; i arge
aied thiek, a Jew tui1itiues loiger ; covert
clo-e; siin1e1r rather lhan boll; take.
out1, lii ull) i ly w-hell done. A Irush
Cod, t4 lour or live pounds, takes about,
twe-vnty niintts to i>m11. Never putt theL
11411 in till t.e waiter is boili ttg bot.
SalIt, Jisht t4. ould inever boil for a m
ntient, au 11. in~kuu It biard it t'hould(. lie
in scld~tiiig Vi itier t.n o or three lucirs
and I heti he adlowed to si inline r, ait
thic less wat lri 301 ui e and' the( li lontger
it siintics the better it Vi ill lbe. 'l'ho
fish is dliie w helt thle mneat is easily
detaelheut 11ron1i e hones,.
l' UninltNO i i'irit-Ti ~ Al.i( On Eoo.
Arliike ai tuouih ats lfor btislts, or to
ev'ery pinito (1 l our (1ne tiaspeoon e
baukilng p owder 1, 1in1 i l tlspooni ofi
natit lh dibuel tir I tlter, sallt.'pjoo of' sail.
di oli tloll hllI itch titk ,eoveor Wi hh
huh I. (if any3 h kini, sprinitkle Vi ith sugarl
ahill 1, prici' g I .te telige iown' ati
enIds logetheric ; 1113 a1 elothI ill a sleatir
plal.I i th outgh on It, andiu 81team lil
huouIr. Ili ditd lf rus ar ie utseil , they3
a hieultd 11st be slewed. Serve withI
8711 tce. 'iTisay b13'e warmedtcu over by
stenming. E c I elit, itti nuty1 be
t'.ade with chtoipped suet and steamed~t
U'ilEcasE $oU i':.-Thiis dish must heo
'.ho 11a11 in witich It has been baked ,as
It I' alls ii kept). sItd intg. .Went separ*
ate1' lythe whiute an id yotlks of' two egga;
add to thle yolks onie tablespoonfuel ofl
sIftedt flout', twi oh grahed tchesse, ia
pi inchi oft eayenne 31, one( itt sailt, and1( one
tip of mattl ; wh'len well mixed, add
thle whiutes beaten to a f roth, 3and1 stir
briski3y ; pour into) a bt~lteredI, shal11low
1 *et 1)rowni -aibout Il tte mainutes.
WVooLEiCN shirts arie tho best, for
''They absor'b thle per1spiraitioni, ptrteent,
t'hilis and1( protec.t, the peon'11 tron id
deii (1h1anges oh toe i etue. Theli
tolors are' permanenl~t, an t ith Itwido
13111 flannel ma'ittkes an approp~riaite and
(?Cooau'1's Foin iilax(1xU BASKE'is.
-Th'le shtel I0o the ('ocoanu1t, i is sio hard
antd duerable) that1 it, enni ser've an excel
iettt pulri-coe as a1 hanging baseke for(1
smlallI planitsi. it Cult across in ithe mitt-l
dIle, a1 sinigle shll will )nake( twVio
baskets ; it, is perhautps mor)e1 art IitIe to
r' t move omi -thiirdt oh the Spaice oft the
.,belI and use hue rest.. Thlie shll oni
itself is "'rustic'' antd hiartmonizes w'ith
A i''iE CatouT3Js.-T1his slimple and11
ditty littlec dessert is one1 taught by3
Iiiiss ('arson : '(el andt( core lhe ap
ltiut and i hale thbeem; talke half' sIlves
and spr3inikle with sutgari, thenu lay ap-)
iphe on breatd, core side downt i spinkle
Ont more' uigar' andit any kindh ohspliee to
I1 ow 'io IM AKI i:A ut) iielruER~i.-A
meh thod htas I een disc'overeod hor mtak
itg noro than11 the' usual quntlityi of'
ten 1111 r 3m3any gvenI (quan111ly oh the leaf'.
'i le whole secret, 'onisit tif Steainug
the la before Steein1g. 1By th pro
cess it, is sahltfouriteeni plts oh' good
qua lity mtay be brecwed i rom1 one ounce
C Mosaui'oN CAREn.-Tiwo and one
fourth pounds of' Ilour, 0111 andit three3
f'our'thts poun1d oh sugar', antd one-haldf
poundtit butter, thre poun101 ads fr'u t, six
eggs, 0on0 putt ilk, cliu molasseS, two
glasses brandty, two tealspoonuhit s sale1
TiO P'O.ISH T1onT'OisE. iiSMELL A nircL.i.
--kpsome whliin g (havintg ruhbbled
it between the finger antd ithuimb that
there may not be a particle of grit,)
mix with water to the conshstency of'
cr'eam ; rub with a very soft rag ; pol
islh with nome of' the dry whliting.
WIT AND HUMOR.
A YOUNG gentleman of New Haven,
with a love of romance In his nature,
fell desperately in love with the
daughter of an up town business nan,
who was rich, and paid his addresses
to the young lady with tinidity, fear
ing that his suit might not be cordially
received by the parent. lie was usher
ed Into the parlor and the old gentle.
man, receiving him with a great deal
of politeness, said:
"Young man, here are two volumes
of love poetry on -the table, a "light
guitar" staids ready for your touch in
the corner, I've arranged for a moon
beam to shine through the window
blind, and Augusta has practiced sev
oral efrectivo sighs. I hope you'll take
hold and enjoy yourself."
But he didn't. It was too tame al
together, and before she had swept
across the threshhold clad in rustling
silk, he haitt skipped down stairs in
search of a step-father who had less of
the sarcastic lin his make up.
Tim preacher was talkiig to the
Suiday-school about the power of re
ligion, and the devotion of the zealous
to the cause an11md their atteldance upon
ti services. Finally lie asked if there
was aiyiltig to which people would
go twice every Sunday aid through the
week as they dId to church ; when a
stuall boy with a twisted toigue on the
front, seat spoko out: "Yeth, thir, a
thireus woul ketch 'em every pop if
tWey could git in free, like they do to
church. The preacher thought It was
time to slng.
A VoIAN--a lovely woman it is to
be sippose l-had her first political
trouble at Port Jarvis. A horrid aid
wicked miian challenged her as not be
Itig twenty-one years old, and instead
o0 swearing her vote in she commenced
to weep bitterly and tore her ballot to
tatters. If a womnaii has got to swear
to her age before she can vote, the
k nell of female suffrage is already
A PAINTAva holding a pall of white
paiMt In his hand stood on the near
olatforin of a stroot car- up town about
9.3U o'clock this iorning,whot the for
waid wheels became bewildered and
tried to move in two directions at the
aitnto tille. 'Tihe result was the oar
gave a sudden "lurch to port," and
the t,- r made an expeditioni into the
air. lie alighted Oin his back with the
palit, pot ippilermost, and when he
ars08, lis ai)petraiicc justilled tile conl
ducto"s iretark that "There's the
wiitest, iani ill Troy.'
JT was h is 1rst appealitance at hitrch,
and in order that, he iight sit perect
ly stiff and kco his little chatter be
1 ween is teeti, he was told that a big
iog would bite blli it lie didn't keep
hit, qItiet. The litle c'ellow cast sev
eral glatces ip aid down the aislo,and
lit hst, just I lhe most interesting part,
of the muinister's prayI'er, startled the
conigregiation by pipiniiiup : "Maimna,
whieie is the dog ?"
A FaiM.R mid a truckman were try
ing to Ii ade hirses. The triuckian had
i large, stalwart aiiil, the larmer a
1imiall1I bay imiairo.
"Tht horse of ni ne, " said the truck
anan, "'is six years old, and stands six
teen hianids Ilughll in his stocking fecet.
Xourn 'S 1tin' but ia little rnilit."
"W'all,'' said, the other, "she's Only
foar, an!d ifV she hadn't beei worked so
-hii rd ever st ice she was a colt, she'd
a been six by this time."
A won1> to theo wimo a suf~tonoit. A
1111blaster iiiadt iiu initerminabie call
upon01 a lady of his acquiaintance. Hecr
little d atighter whio was present grew
weary of lia cov~1er'sat.ioni and wisp
ered in an audiible tone, "Didn't lie
bring his amneni with him n?''
A niln Sco'ttchmanzi alt the point of
deathi sant to hits pastor' : "Do you
think i I left . t',00 to the Precsbytri
laii chiitrch 11y3 sou1 would be saved ?"'
" cI en't. pro0111iso you anything,"' an
sweredca thle gootd man i, afiter Ia second
bought, but then it's worth tiryig.'"
W. E aill know thiere have beeln ncer
cenar m'u en.- One of' this sort had the
gooit 1ortune to be0 accepted by an
heiress. At. the wedding, w~hien lie got
to) thiis parit, 0- tne ceretnonly, " with all
iiy worily igoods i thee3 endiow,''
'"Thei'e goes hils valise,'' saId 0110 of
the bridu's relations spitetully.
i1iTaos that people would like to
See : Oor society glarls before break
i~tst,a chur ich choir thatt never qnurrci
ed, a church out of' debt and with
miontey 1.o lend1, ain eulttor who enn
please ever'ybodiy, anid a hugh school
girl that.Canntot, whiistle,
l'r aill calnie tr'oni editoati ng his
daitighi ter lit, a semninary13. She reoproved
heri' la~te f'or w ipi ng his mouth on th
ta let clotih, alh ine wvent to the barn
aind hnig himseilf.
P'Aric comexs to the miorguo to
chli a lost, relative. 'Hashle any p~ecu
liit iy by whieh ho can be recogniz
ed ' aisks the guardlan . "'Yes, lie is
A Fri-l-iow w ithm a prophetic eye fixed
on Chr ist miats asked lisa girl how mutch
it, took to liiilidhe stocking, and niow she
won't spieak to hhnii.
A )IA N may be very well beh aved
before miarriage, but after that kniot is
tied lie is inevitabliy "maide fast.''
Tlnm r ieason min suicceed wvho .'muind
their owna bust iness," is becauise there
is so little coi mt~Ition.
itr Is not necessary for Ia hma to keep
Is itg ati time bari'sl' 81hop, but lie
miust, taike it thtere to be shaved.
BaAa1 AND Foin tiEA-Briin and his
dininer. "'If you wanlt mel, drop mie a
tlie,"'saida the usih to the anigier,.
I v Mar'gar'et is a nut br'ownu maid,
enn shie he pet-named nut Meg, for'
waiit of a gr'ater' ?
A P'cM~alN weighing 100 poutnds has
bteen ratIied ini Mlori'sanlia. It iill0oon
be knocked lnto pic.
"TF nuin:i'ti plet~y of room at the top,''
as the bald headed aiman said to his lull
l'tnE '"Iappy 111unting Grounds'' are
ho catedh 1mm a State where thei'e is no
'VTH an 11whIo itt tered buriintg words
conisume).d miuich tme In muakinag lis
'.'uman who knows y'ou well may
f'orge mll aibout you1 when y'on are
U1R N comes w'ien lie is called, and
Love whIen he pleases.
Kiss~s swveeten it farewvell, The y
are the cream of ta-ta, as it were.
AN (lpitap1h for a faithful ear-con
ducetor--He took his last fare well.
A BTANDaZNG nisance-The loafer pn
Tnx Centennial Calendar or Sim.
mons' Liver Regulator Almanac, pub
lished by J. 11. Zollin & Co,, proprie
tors of Simmaons' Liver Regulator, Is a
most desirable book for any household
-contalilng valuable 'ables, iseful
Receipts and muob. other information,
Including the valuable properties of
Simmons' LiverRegulator. One of the
original features of the publication Is a
column in Germa., French, Spanish
and Portugese, which will prove in
teresting when compared with the
column in English, and show that
Simmons' Liver Regulator Is good in
Prof. J. A. Ewing lately described a
Dew seIsmograph before the 6eisololo
gical Society of Japan. There is one
of the instruments now in course of
construction at the University of Toklo.
It draws two curves representing oin a
magnified scale two rectangular com
ponents of the horizontal movements
of a point on the earth's surface, in
conjunction with the time, when an
earthquake occurs. The curves are'
drawn by two lovers, whlih have their
short ends In contact with the bob of a
long pendulum, and their long ends
free to slide across the Jace of two sur
faces, which are kept moving continu
ously by means of clockwork.
From ai exam) nation of a photograph
of the spectrum of the planet Jupiter,
Prof. .lenry Draper finds that there is
an absorption of solar light in the
equatorial region of tho planet, and a
reproduction of intrinsic light at the
same place. le reconciles these "ap
parntiy Oopposing statements by the
hypothesis that the temporature of the
incandescent substances producing
light at the equatorial region of Jupi
ter did not sufile for the emission of
the more refrangible rays,and that there
were present materials which absorbed
those rays from the sunlight falling on
"Eleven years our daughter suffered
on a bed of misery mider the care
of several of the best (and sonic
of the worst) physicians, who gave
her disease various names but no re
lief, and now she is restored to us In
good health by as simple a remedy ats
1lop Bitters, that we had poohe at for
two years, before using it. We ear
nestly hope and pray that no one else
will let their sick suffer as we did, on
account of prejudice against so good a
medi'n as 111)op Bitters.''-The Par
The following Is the system of dsinm
fection recommended by the Austrian
government for vessels that had cases
of small pox on board : Sulphur to the
extent of twelve grains per cubic
metre of space to be disinfected is to be
burned in an earthenwiare basm, placed
in the centre of soie sand to plrevent
ill risk of fire. All the linen, clothes,
etc., are to be hung across the cabin,
which is to be hermetically closed for
three hours, and afterward exposed to
the strongest possible draughts of air
for twelve hours. Then the walls,
floor, ceiling, &C., are to be washed
with one kilogramme of limo or one
half a kilogranmme of chloride o1 zinc
to every hundred lItres of water.
Card eollectors pleas biy seven I)ars
Dobbins' Electric Soap ot any grocer
and write Cragin & Co., Iiladelphlia,
Pa., for seven cards gratis, six colors
and gol. Shakespere's "Sven Ages
el Man.'' Ordinary price 25 cents.
,Scientfists vary munch In their belief
regardiing the probable heighthi of the
earth 's atmocsphiere. J'ot many years
ago the general idea placed it at less
than 100 miles. Somno investigators
hi ye reached as far as 250 miles; but
now comes Professor M. Landeur, after
several years of study anid iuivestiga
tlon, who laces the (distance at not
less than 22,000. In corroboration of
his calculations he shows sonmewhiat
conclusIvely that the height at which
meteoric matter becomes I ncandescentc
on ap~proacihinig the earth is far beyond
the distance heretofore assigned to It,
and therefore tihere must be an atnmos
phlere at that great dilstanice to pro
duce the incandescence. Ills theory is
also strengthened by the belief of ot'her
emilneint scientists, who attribute the
accelerated movement and the revel
ving of the mOon aroti tihe earth to
the influence of this extended belt of
atmosphere, Otherwise, these gentle
men claIm that thle moon wvould revolve
as do other plainets atrouind the sun.
0 rest imprhoy.elicents haiiVe recently
been made in Carboline, a dleodorized
extract of' petroleum, the great natuial
hair renewer, and now it is aibsolutely
perfect as an~ exquisite andl delhghtful
ly p~erf'umed hair drei'ssinug and restorer.
Everybody Is delighted wilth It, $oldl
by alil dirugglsts.
It should be widely known, because
of evident Importance, that at the in
ternation al Geological Oongress to be
held at Bologna, In 1881, a p)rize will
be awar'ded of 6,000 francs foi' time best
inlternational scale of coloirs and con
yentional signs for graphic rep~resen
tation of formation on geological maps
andi sections. Many of' our geoiogists
might go In for this prize, inot for' Its
mione~y value, but for the sake of mnak
ing a certain department of geology in
telligible when presented to the eye.
Th'le Babel of' coloring ini geology at
present here~ and Inl other countries is
enough to cause a dispersion of those
that comie to learn, and depart in dis
gust wvhmen they find that a ver'y im
piortan t nma of conveying knowlndgo
is in Itself' confictatory.
V EG . El I NE I8 taut a Vle, IlLiSeous
cormpound1(, wihich sun ply purges thes
bowels, but a eafe, pleasant remedy
which is sute to p~urif'y the blood and
thereby irestore the healthl.
Tfaking a hint from the phmotophone,
Mi. Gerimain has descrlbed to the
Frenchl Academy a photo electric regu.
lator of heat for' the burning in of'
stainedl glass; the princilIe being, that
when a part of thie mulil-furnace at
tames a cherry-red heat, Ihis reduces
theelectrlc resistance of a ball 01 sele
niurn at the focus of a para'bollc reflec
tor, and the selenium being in a
therimo-electrie circult, give free pas5
sage to the current, which rings a bell,
or works an arrangement by wvhich
the fuel Is turned aside1.
Bly passig air thlrough a fermenting
mashl, E. C, IHansen has observed that.
the number of yeast cells is Increased
twice oi' thrico as much as when no air
is bubbled through, and that about
twice the quantity of liquid Is frmaent.
edi. A conlstant supply of oxygen Is
therefore, very favorable to fernmenta
tion. -______ *
lTH E popPular prc'tJmuice agaanst propri
etary remned ii hmas long eInece beeni con
quieredl by tihe mar veous success of' such
a remedy as 1)r. Ibil's Cough Syirup.
Used everywhere by everybody. PrIce
A workingman says; "Debt, poverty
and suffering haunted mg for years,
caused by a sick family and large bill@
for doctoring, which did no good. I
was completely discoturaged, until one
ye'ar ago. by the advice of my pastor, I
procured IHop Bitters and commenced
their use,and in one month we were aHl
well,and none of us have been sick a day
since; and I want to say to all poor
men, you can keep your families well
a year with Hop Bitters for lees than
one doctor's visit will cost."-Christian
would be a saro offer for a more infallible cure
for pilos than Anakosis. 600,000 persons bear
wailing testimony to the boneilconce and
sciontillo triumph of tho groat discovery of
Anakesis, Dr. .8. Bilsboo's External Pile
Iteniedy. Lotions, electuarios, ointments and
quack nostrums have had 'their day- no longer
shall the aillieted like Job cry out . "Woaria
some nights are appointed to me when I lie
down I say when shall the night be gone, oh I
whorefore is light given to him who is in
misory ? Anakosis will instantly relievo the
pain from piles, will support the painful
tumors aid ultimately curo the worst cases.
Doctors of all schools now use it for there is
no substitute for it, nothing so simple, nothing
more safe nothing so prompt and permanent.
It is the discovery of a scioutillo phytician
after 40 years' experience, and has been used
succossfully almost without an exception by
over halt a million of suforors. It combines
in a more itppository the methods of English,
Frenot and American Surgeons and is pro
nounced to be the noaroit to an infallible
remody yet discovered. Samples of "Anako
sis" are sont ,free to all sufferers on av>li
cation to P. Nousttaedtor & Co. Box 3946 ow
York, solo maaufacturors of 'Anasois." Sold
by druggists ovorvwhorn. Price $1.00 Der box.
No More Nitre or iluchu.
After the sufferer from a trouble of the
kidneys has boon drenchod with buchu, nitro
and all sorts of diurotics. he or she will find a
certain curo in Kidajey-Wort. The stomach
recovers tone, and evacuations becomo rogu.
WILL CURE RHEUMATISM.
RFINUIIATIS1 IS A DisEAsm OF THe BLOOD. To
CURt I HEUMATISM IT M1UsT DI THRATED As A
Itev. WM1. T. WORTU
Recommends Vegetine for Rheumatism and
FALL, RIVER, Mass May 18, 18T9.
Mr. H. R. STIsvS -Iear sir: Ior soein 3 ears
I have beon, at tines, much troubled with acute
attacKs of HIh-umatism. I esp-.cially suffered
tortures from Sclatica. By the advice offrlonds
who knew tlie boneits conferred by Vegetine,
I began its use, and since thit, time I have had
no attack like those I previously suffered. For
scie timo past I hav had no return of the
trouble ext-opt, occasionally a faint intimation,
which d'sappoared upon taking a few doses of
the Vegetino. I also take pleasur- in recording
my testimony In favor or its excellent effect in
abating all Inveterate Salt, lieum, and I count
it, 110 small pleasure to have been thus niade
WM. T. woIITIH,
Pastor First M. E. Church.
Iats -Relievetd and Cured Suuffeers of
Itlsarnatisi by the Tiousanads.
If You Have isenmatism. Take the
Blesctine Itit Will Cure You.
BUTLER SWiTCH. Jenniings Co., Ind.,
May 10, 61T9.
Hl. R. STEVENS-Dear Sir: 11 ving In our family
received great benelit, fron tie Vegetino mai
factured y you, I thought, I would give you the
facts of the caso, hoping if, might meet, the Cve
of some1 sitirering one who might thus be re
lieved. I have a grand child, about 10 year-; of
age, who, two years ago or over, had a severe
attaek of Rheuinat ism, and for two long years
was under the care of as good a physician is iwe
have Ill this coun lIl y, an( yet all this timt, grelw
worse. till we gave her up and thought, she
must, di. Sho was much deformed. atn-i we
were told Iy a doctor t hat, if she lived, she
woutd always be detorod; but, I anks to Veg
etino, she Is to-day perfectliy wvell, and as
straight as an arrow. Last, December we
abanddemed aitlihope of tihe dioctor doing an
t hing for her, and1( commesnced ising Vegetine-,
accortding to your directilons. When the ilrst
boti le wats us ed uil we couild not, see mhl um
proveolicnt, but, we can'inued on the. second
bottle, amd could sec same chlange bor go .d.
shle took six bottles. andl, thank Glid, acomupiete
cure was effected ,n i.very respct.
Youirs trtuly, (G. BURGESS.
Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists,
Sleep, Appetite, Strength
Rteturn when Ilostetter's stomach Bitters iS
'ystematically used by a bilious dyspeptic auf
ft rer. Miorocvor, since the brain symp~rthlzes
"losely with the stolnach and its associate or
galls, the liver and the bowels, as their do
rangemenlt is rectillod by the aclton of the lit
tors, menl al despondency produced by that
For sale by all Druggletis and Dialers
The P'urest and Best elediciste ever ilade.
Aco mblnatlen of Hop., Buchu, Man
draik e atnd Dandelion, with all tnobesl and
most 0 ura1 tlvo properties of alt other- litters,
tmakcou theogreatest P bed Purifier, Liver
flog u I ator, and i3ro and Health 'testoring
No diseasoco an possibly long exist where Hop
iittersaro us od,sovarled and perfect areotheir
They glee ow li fo and vigor to theagetlt frm,
Toati whose e Iploymen)ft5tcusO irregulari'
ty ofthoboweiser urinary oians, or who re
quire an A ppetizer Tontoe a~nd nathd Stimulant,
Hoepnfittera areoita uabie, without intox
No mat ter whatyour to clings er symptoms
are what the disease or all meat is us80 Hop Bit
lers. Dotn't waitunt1il1youa 10 'iek but, If yea
etnly feel bad or miserabule, tise theta at ence.
It may save your lifo.it htas a a ed hundreds.
P500 will 1b0 paidt for a oa so~ they will not
cure cr help. Do aot sufrer et let your friends
autrer,butt utse and urge them to~ usa H op B
Remember, flop Bitters Is no Vile, druggedi
dtrunken nestrum, hut tile Purest a a d iest
Medicino over made ;the "Il5DsU VRW~lD
andi iIoPE3 and no person Or family
shoulid be without thorm.
. . nabsolute and irresistible cure
for Circular, liep hitterg. Co.,
Rohse.,end Tore to. Ont,
Those answering an Aoyertteenn wn
eonfer. a fvor e Advetiser ad tIb
O nana eesa. a a m 0 miagth p'
IVER COM PL 'F,
Constipation and filee.
WONDE RFUL. H
BouasettAtohe ZaT38, te U0WZL~mnt
ae EIDN3yl at the SaN tie.
E,1use It cleanes the erstem of
t onou .morethat develo
iln ny and Aes -
n oissnes . ond netpal n,
P0 , or in eumt am@ Neura as
and nervous disorders.
KlNEYWOR aew * ..tdt oeam.
puadsm 0 oem hsi vy a *' fold.
Osepsekage willmakesix qts ofmediciae.
".B, I. .t .h. irgIsae. Price, 11.06.
WAVLT RIEAZDN$ a 00., roprietols,
2. (Will send oealaId.) Duullngtoa, To.
Sterling Music Books.
NEW ENGLAND CONSERIVATOtY METHOD
FOR TilE PIANOFORTE.
In three parts; each $1.50, or coinplete, $3.25.
This Is a method of established -reputat Ion,
which has been in cont'ant use in the great
Conservatory, and is getting to be everywhere
knotyn and vatued. Ias recoived decided coin
Inondations fron the best teachers.
Dictionary of iunsicaal Inafornation.
($1.20).) Very convenient book of roefrence.
Urove's Dictionary of IMaslse and
ssicians. Vol. l. ($6.00) A grand oncyclo
Stainer nintE Barrett's Ditionary of
Musical Termns. (Complete, $5.00). A fa
inous ixUid usolul work.
Ricliter's Cotanteirpolint. ($2.00.) RIie.
ter's Fuagne. (5j.uo.) Two standard works on
'fEne Welcome Ulaorus, ($1.00) for High
Scho0ls, and hong BelIs, (50 cts.) rotr Conitnon
Schools, should be in the MLina or every teacher
in need of now books.
Johnson's New Method for Has.
anony. (fI.) By A. N Johnson. Is unexcelled
for ease, slinplietty and thoroughness.
Temperance ijiglat (12 cts.). T iease
rance Jewels (Vitos.), and lull's Tests.
1perance Glee Book (40 ets.). are otar thr. e
1estLTernporancebooks. TItY THEM I
Any book inalled, post-freo, for above prices.
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1224 Clhestnut Nireet. Phadelhla.
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Two stles of " Mounted' Horse.Powers.
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SarsaailiIl Rea NOWv,
T iE dBiEAT BLOOD PURIFIE,
FOR THU CURE OF -HR 0 DIBASU ,
OO LA OR TYPHI T HEREDI
A R 02ON AIOUS
Be I0 Beated In The Lung@ or Stonmeh, Sia
er now#*, Tiesh or Nerves,
CORRUPTING THB 8OL1D8 AND VITIA'TING
Ohronle Rheumatism Berqfula, Glandular
Swelln, Backing Dry Cough, Cancerous Affeo
tions, Sgphilitto Complaints, Uleeding of the
Lung, yepst Wator Drash, Tio Doloreux,
l In gs, umors, Ulcers, Skin and Hip
iseasos, eourlal Diseases, Femalo Com.
plaints, 6out, Drop 'y, Balt Itheum, Bronclits,
Liver Complaint., &o.
Ret only do the larsaparillian Resolvent
excel all re a! agents in the ours of Chroni.
rofulous, Constitutional and Skin Diseases,
=01: is the only positivo euro for
KIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
rtary and Womb Diseases, Gravel Diabetes
M toa of Water, Incontinence of
UIe,~l- at'tisDleea'e, Albuminuris, and In all
eases whe there are briok-dust deposits, or
the water Is thiok, cloudy, mixed with sub.
utanoes like the white of an egg or threads like
white silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious
parance and white bone-dust deposits, and
hn there Is a prioking, burning seAsaton
when passing water, and pain in the small of
the back and along the lo ins. Sold by Drug
gisti. PRIO ONE DOLLARS
OVARIAN TUMOR OF TNN Y EARS' GROWTX
OURED BY D. RADWAY'S IlEMEDIES.
One bottle eontains more of the active prinol.
#lee of Kediines than any other Preparation.
Taken In Teaspoonful doses, while others re
taire Eve er six times as much.
CURES AND PREVENTS
FEVER AND' AGUE,
Looseness, Diarrhea, Cholera Morbus, or pain.
ful discharges from t,,h bowels are stopped in
t6 or 90 minutes by tlhg Radway's Ready He.
[ter. No conge tion or inflammat on. no weak
lle r lass1c will follow the use of the It. R.
IT WAS TIIE FIRST AND IS
. The Only Pii Ienmedy
,hat instantly stops tihe most excruciating
ns, alla Inflammat ons, and cures Conge's.
1,onu-i, Whether it tie Lungs, Stomach Bowels
ar other glands or organs, by one application,
In front one to tweinty ninutos, no mat,
ter how violent, or excruclating the pain the
Rhe1um1tic, Bed-rlddein, infirm. r1 , Nerv
bus Neuraogic or prostrated with dl enseo may
tuder. aDWA Y' -HEADY RELI9F wUl afford
Infanmnnatbon of the Kidneys, e
1 mnlmna 2nanation of th1 lladder,
Eniammation of the Bowels.
Conwietion of its Lnufg.,
Sore Throat, 3jfil(auir lreanti ing.
P'aolpitatiOn of $las Ileart.
MKysteris, Orontp, Dilphtheria.
Weadache. Toothache ,
aburalaitl a a l ep sn.
Cold Chills, Ague Chills,
Chilblains and Frost Bites.
The application of the tendy Relief to tihe part
or parts whero tihe ain or dilcult,y oxlstn will
* rod ease anti coim ort,
Thirty to sixty drops in a haif tumbler 01
water will in a few minutes cure (Cramna
Spralins. Soahr Bna?n. Heartburn, Sick liead
atch", Diarrhcen i~ysntn'ry, Colic, Wiand in tine
Uo els and allA internal pain s.
riavelerse should always carry a botitle of R1.d
wa s RadyRelefwithn them. A few dirola la
wa~aer wllli prevent. sickn-ss or paIns riom
change of w'ie r. It ia better thanOFrench
Blrandiy or Bitters s a stimluliant. Price Fifti,y
Cent- per '.0ottie.
Radwayfs Regulating Pills.
Ferfeet Purgative., Soothing Avertente,
AsS Without Pain, Always-iRelable
and Natural In their Operation.
A VEGETABLE SBSTITUTE 10OR CALOMEla
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with
tweet gunpurge, regulate, purIfy, oleanse and
Rim AniA's P'ni.s for the cure of all Disorders
of the s'tomachi iIver, 1owel~s idneiys Blad
der. Nervouns Dsisase, Headach6, Constpaion,
Uostiveiness, Indigestion. DySpesia, BiI oue
floss. F.ever, Iniflammaiition of .h I wei Piles,
and all derangements of the Initernal isea
Warranted to effect a perfect cure' P'uiely
vejfteri scontaining no mercury, mninerals or
IWObserve the following symptoms resultin
from Diseinses of the Digestive Orgins : Const
tin nadPiles, 1ulioe of the Blood in
ea, Acid of tho Stomach, Nausea. Heart.
burn, Disgus of Food, Fullness or Weight 1i%
the Stomach, Sor Eructations, Sinking or Flut
tering at the heat, Choking or Suffering Sen-.
sations when in -a lying posture Dimness of
Vision, Dots or Webs Jiefero the Bight Fever and
Dull pain in the Head, Deilcienoy v Per-s p ra
tlonT ellowness of the SkIn and Eyes. Pala i
the hide, (Chest, Limbs and Sudden Flushes o
Bleat, Burning ini the )ies.h.
A few doses of RADwir's Prnre will free thle
system from all the above-named disorders,
FrIce, 35 Vents per Box.
We repeat that the reader must Consult 0
books and papers on the subject of diseansca an'S
their euro, among which may be named
"False and True ,"
"Rtadwaty on Irtable Urethra,"*
'Itadway n Serofuila,9"
and others relating to different lssae ot Di.
SOLD BY DRUGGIST8(
UEAD "FAILER AND TRUEse
Send a letter stamp to R ADWAY * 00.,
No. '4 Warren, 00r. 4)hurch St.,.New
WIntormation worth thousands will be sem
TO THE PUBLIO*
There can be no better guaranitee o
of 1)14. R ADway's old estabishned R,. R. Ri.
DIss than the base and wortlhloss Imitations
them as there are False Rosolvents, Belie
and ige Be sure and ask for Rtadwa'.an
e that the name "Radway"isoan yot
.hu MU onsuin,,r, llarget tc
in the counitry qualltr sail terms, thie bsat. Oouantrp
storE'kenpersshiloti ,1alor wrile Tlii I W ELL.8 TEA
IJWI'~flnin 'oaicre Nervous Debilit
Ava rt A . r i etta oAlloin a hrac.
rTE!L1S H OW "Cle "" 45
M1ake Money I roaultMO ano~iri-o,
'iaves mn, t Iruen iit, rn Mem'yhel O O Eppi n.
140 JiRs ta ns Renda aor r na satern, oge
AOT nwND PI L ES.
~, work.i on natural prinol~e aIt romedy~ whoch ig
eleansoa the systern of snoon ula-od-.'%
hvevolun:es oftot tlnonyo its aion o aiiv g
reharn than good, or drastio pils bt.rn o t~ra '