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PARK AND GARDEN,
STRAW UPON YOUNO GRAMS.-One of
my neighbors covered his titnotby and
clover beeding with straw which had
servet as stubble bedding, the propor
tion of dung being small its tile straw
was very freely used. This was s)reAd
as drawn, during the forepart of last
W inter, covering part of a field. The
open Winter favored tile application,
and called for protection. Alter tile
opening of March the severe freezing
and thawing were hard upon Seeding,
lifting the young grass and clover Of
tile tonprotected part of the hield.
Where the straw was applied tile seed.
Ing cole out all li1 its place and sale.
The little duing that went with tile
straw undoubtedly helped to retaitn
tle vigor of tile piant; the protectlon
uCiIg what was ilost nkeedeu, aniid tis
the straw alforded, The case I think
is U. clear one, showing that straw, or
it shnlaur course watei-ial, is a proec
Lion in open Wintecrs. It also serves to
1:ne extent as aguard against, the stl
anti drouth ill buiuier, aid lessens
the elect of the early drying windIs
ivhiii liot uilrequeiitLiy occur. it also
Iceps imparting soine fortility till it is
occiayed, serving inich the purpose of
tltelilal. Wir fields are led close
IiI the Fail, ais too Ilitily Jariers still
persist in doing, straw tiuay be put, to
600d Use ats It substiLute IOr tile niliss
Aig grass. Aly nidglibor thinks Ltiat
noing straw a"utiidantly III all tile att
ilct, aid ap)l)iyliig it I'll g'ass llltis
11111.1Vinti yo l .a&ii, 1s IIe l1ebt use to
S111011 It ei lie phat. I is lSO Lt tie
saiW tnill ui.qoiting Of 1,e Inianure,
ulikjlg oile JU t16. T-ere are those
Nho S L i tilr btinw, aI rentaziug three
to lou uollititrs ier Lon. 11o expects to
nLi izc 0 Ilatan double that Iromt his
Ylian KvnIf SnOW cover thle 1loidS
t uin'ig tle % liter, lotcLlon is need
ed in the prinIg, iald neeted tile iost.
'I he app1lt eltiol, therefor) inlay be coi
tinuieu uuirmg thle entire IntILer, thle
snlow perinting. InI thle Fall lso it
miay be needed, as thIe wother then is
unietimus very severe.
FAmti Toor.m.-A certain number of
tools, and sonic skill inl their uise, will
- often save the fariner mnuch time hit
st nin~ljg for at mechanilo and Aoine ex
pense inl payIng him. Every farmier
hliould be able to inke lepairs on his
wigon, gates and btildings. A rooni,
Or it piortlon of It, should be devoted to
keleplig tools: a pill ori nall should be
Si-Lcrltd for eahll One to hatlig on, and
tile nine of each tool, writteli or piint
ed lnder lthe pin,thalti nllay be prIolkiint
3, etit telil d t) its J'la'e a nti any n 5
Il'g ( lit: e t.tt 0. Keep Lvery tool ill
iib pIlace-do iot wait for it more coil
venient Feasoil, but return every one
10 its 1,1n tihe ionl)Iieit, it is donle witih.
11 left cut o' plaice a ni(oIielt It. will be
hktly to it iin a week ad cause a
loss of line inl looking for it a huitndreid
tinl.t. grealter thanl In relaikIng It
PIt inptliy. heeling everytiing il Its
Splaice i a inbit. vcotlI:g hintliig when
10 iied. The ools Le i iftnitIier. saw,
T nogu , brec iaid bit1. gillalets, screw
iiillel, filets and raisp, iUraw kitite, saw
s 'et, irowel an a box witil cOnilpart
l t t Ir difile it 'itl z inils, I'cre43ws
11ut1s ald bolis. (ont. itilll n n laim linip le
i Iio i it l o.1, iLh ts h s, spiades,
hioveis Jorks, rakes, beyth. S, lulay be
bli ille iie 0si oii the opposite lie,
111 ti thle sitint% lita ren it)o
1F1 a1 Y 1101:o1 e -11 thei 1101or %% bien
he ls, eill ha die h attetion ti1ver
teal terehu ie wully otron star 1wt
* 'I hu. In hhittl. l'hi na beii don ltini 'i a ioue
tnnys thatwhset the fiiollwing t ro a fewiI
thathveg bereinpltyehi: Takekthe
hore o t. f te s atil i110 lt h0m
nrot~pin. everl isine utinaiter rla~ phIy
aTis iliae inn.el iz n
1.9dWelln to yorgei t~, he tl tos nt wish
ti 1 ~tol drawl' the11 load A totit twine hISwl..
'I 'A' LId nroun ithe er has (1 hIe sa inei' ej.
a113 plii. io. Hegrer 512 a ' handil ofni aneh
asW illo so ir 11 3t t te ti tf
alkern tharh wih aften sta orlli' Wit
2 j'ut.e tobe thone iiierainenIgt. onk
these1 at, et ( t5~h, anitiat thikingt
ofe shm etc.1g liren to1 11 hiwork tis
wiphe8)g. and la nati ise of prlid
ietion.~'V 1111 i)IiC81111p '
as ll gasi you rsl , nbu~i' wayi to p, very c i
to bdack1.1 the ilsoo a. soon his donei.
wth, ivn onit' teru o reak hurr int
A ~ ~ nib iaan. lilliete gpra aininute
bloow it ding soi' thi boryyltlttoehunt
hallnan31 hoarwten'hIRa teni inanh wail
Rei asltei letenrehesIby Air.oi'asn an
3 earedii teo throw( co'nsideaburiedht onl
hey ioiinona x, girii y peis tvr
aIt aiedha dOieases, antlha attac cat
t-l, sheep Viet. Whent an ainth i is
ofI t hlra atb ovethencomnion01 buried,
oi the111 spot Te ody.tions of itr o
'~laInea-ioes poe t'al te there iaii aa
ti~~l~~ W Oil d organitl'n ort itt t/iIVI', wIeCIliei
abundan01 eiiethe.ooiitleh Tihie
as gven llc~'etie 0t break t tip int'
hiead nild barnalss gra'tiltat) i121s, ObR
i~~~I bhlr at'shbsoL ) a ger o a, lite of 'the
b.1lodiiidia or( fl the bRod hav'Oes els
iap'oed ino0 bhe drei t c btit he ear
aerated ineitim11't13s fao ai itt for
tion Sloi' gere n it Thseiitl orueatlar
te inder lit Paster hsiiou iles.) 'he soi
h a beatn ohaf lated byfe ain, ths
b3l e 'aha to t'ate lreawase bied ; and 311
- Iy linieuaition 11113 beine Iig ith111
Vihsur'inc boe th11lie pnacelf burial,
as wll asoi~ nea theilsiIiI bod.2The tsion
wuld appear I,inat eath womsae1h
i~l 'I Ciagents o conveyance.X Is, the mall1l
b1 I~lUlsa hovt dof orgri h em
oraitrx (fe aIprcssua
GAnDEN ORNAMENTs.-A lady cor
respondent tells us Jhat in many plaepq
in the ecountry scarcely a flower-garden
or front yard Is now seen without one
or two rustle vases in which to grow
plants. While many persons cannot
afford the more costly and elegant ones,
every farmer's wife and daughter call,
by the aid of husband or brother, pos
sess pretty rustic vases and baskets
that will, when ' filled with suitabI e
plants, richly repay all labor upon
them. Sometimes when getting wood
for winter use the farmer may find
something just the thing to use as a
standard for one of these rustle vases.
She has one formed of an oak stump
about a foot in diameter, which at a
certain distance from thq ground,
branehes out with three arms, or legs.
Wien they weresawed off in the pro
por place, the stump was inve rted,and
as it stands In the garden it reminds
her of her grandmother's three- egge.l
light-stand. Upon this standard wias
placedi a bushel (such as farmer's use
Co take their truit to market). It Is
about 19 inebs long by 8 inches deep,
and is covered witli rustle ornaments,
such as strips of wood with the bark
loft on, nalled upon the box to hide It,
In any fanciful snape. Tiey may b)
tt difierent lengths so as to form
points at the bottom. Several holes
nay be bored in the bottom of the box
to secure drainage, with a few pieces
of charcoal laid in the box before- put
ting ini the earth, Use good soil and
mix in a little sand, leat' moid, and
well rotted manure. Money-wort is
ni1u to plant arountd the edge oi the
box, and so is .the German Ivy, as it
grows luxuriantly and drapes prettitly.
Sonetines she plants a tall crimson
Drnceita ini tihe Centre sometimes a Lall
variegated leaved Abutitlon or a large
geraatnum, surrounded by lower grow
ing plaints. Vinua Variegata Is beauti
Iul ior garden baskets or vases,to droup
over ,h0 edges, and a few plantS of
Colous and fricolor geraniluta always
are pretty for tie ceitirs. Site inds
petitLnias are also very good for thin
plir)ose. The scarlet, busl nasturtium
aS very pretty for baskets or v uses.
Tiney should be watered every even
F10 l1cKLI-S.-Gather the figs when
ripo and not much opened. Ptt them
itn Strong salt and water for twelve
hours; then drain off the brine. Scald
it and pour over the figs hot and again
let them stand twelve hours. Then
drailn Of all the brine and wash them
well inl vinegar, atl let thern stand in
it. .PeveTa I lie urs. W hile (hey are soak
ing, pielpure enough spiced vinegar to
cover theti, adding one1 pound of sugar
tu a gallotn of vinegar, ori more i' you
prefer the plekles pretty sweet. BrIng
the splieCI vinegar to bolting heat and
skiii. Dralin olf ll the vinegar the
tiga weru boaketd in, put them in Jars,
and Pour the spleed vinegar, boiling
,lot, over them. U se the best eider
vitiegar; fill each jar two-thirds full of
lits, the balince with vtiegar.
Riz A [,A TUPQU.-Put into a sauce
pan six cnptuls tf stock or broth Into
w ilich You have previouisly dissolved
at good Illowaice ltlier of tomato paste,
F reneh tomato sauev, Or the pulp) of
treshm lomatoes passed through a sieve;
pepper anl salt, according to taste.
When it boils throw in, for every eup
uil of stek, hair a ctil)tul 01 ine rice,
well wiashed and dried before the tire.
Let the whole remin on lhie ftire ntil
the rice hai absorbed till the stock,
lt hi melti goodly p)1ece of buatter', and
pour it over the rice. At the time of
servinig, anid nei, before, stir lihtly to
separa'ite thie graitis, but (10 thIs oil' the
Dl'i.OMIATre Pecnnt vo.--Decorte a
lin moilttuld with a lining with cur
rants aml1( platachito nius, and till the
outer' pait wIth jelly ; when the jelly
is set r'emove the lining 1)y putttintg a
little warini wtater in it; make it eus.
(aid with a pint ot milk and f'our
yolks oh eggs, flavor the anilk wvith
vailli a, arid( hal i oun ce of' isinglass,stlr
it intto m lhe custaird when hot.break one or
two sponige cnkes and nimacar'oons, ecat
iip a tew drIed fruits, put a layer of
each utntil the mould Is futll, pour In
(lie custard, leave It, iti a cool place
111nt1l wvanted, thieti dip the inottid Into
I epid water' a second, turn it oult on ta
cold ih, andi~ serve.
A S-TFFv.n JlEi'trtEA.-.lrepare a
driessinhg oi br'etad, scalded sott, and
mixed witht plenty of' butter tind a lit
lei pper and1( salk. ~Lay It uponi otie
sIde 0o' a i'outnd ot steak, cover with
te other31'; and1 baste It dlown with a
nieedile andl tibreau. .'alt antd pepper01
lihe otiside of the steafk , andii pla1ce in a
(iptpinog-pan wIth half111 an inch of' wa
ter'. WVhen haiked brownu on one sIde
turn and bake the othier.
Tlo CI.EAN 5011.ED IlinniONs AND)
Su.as.--A tmixtur ie of alcohol andiu
highaly rectitled betnzine Ia excellent
for' cleaning ribbotis iad silks. It is
aplplled with a clean sp)onge, .Personis
mn ust be cartlefutl not to use this~ mturett t
In an aplartmenlt where there Is l. ire
or 11am1P butrnIng.
OR AxNa t Birrins.-Macerate 13 pounds
orantge peel ior 24 hours wvith 1- gallion
water, ctt the yellow part of the p~eel
f'rom off' the whilte, andl cho1p it fine;
mtaceraute wIth 13?j ga~lcons 9-> per cenut.
aileobol for two( weeCks, then add a
syrup made of -l', galilonis water and 1l6
po11uds sutgar. Fu ter thriough can ton
JHAjbttTnlo illrirvs.-Gr mnd to a
COarse~ pow~%der 2 0ounces agat'ie, tiOilnfce
leinalmon., 4 ottnees etiss'a buds, *M
ounce grains of paradise, 3 once
quassia wood, M. onnlCOee ardlamon
seeds, :3 ounces gentlan root, 3 ounces
or'ange apples dr'ied, 1~ onnees orange
peel ; macerate wvithi 4%) gallons wvater
addit 2% itunes acedtiu ether; color',
To SETi.ELl Coru'sa.--To settle coffee
wt ithut eggs, put the ground coilfee
two tablespoonftuls or more, aiccording
to I lie size of thme family-to soak over
utght,~ in a teacup of water. Ini the
motrntin g adud mnore water anid putt It on
to boil, bollinig firten or twenty min11
utcs ; thetn fill In whtat water is neces
sar'y atnd put. thle ecrffeepoton the stove.
Int lf teen inmutes it wilI pour offelear'
B Afli-E~ i t'' 1DINO.----ash hritlf a ping1
of pear'l barley, put it Into at stewpan
wih three ph1its of mil k, ai quariiter of
a poundi of augar antd a little n utmeg
lit the cornet' of' the stove; when pro
perly swelled take it out, ilavor to
taste, add( tour eggs and boll In a basini
for one( hour; serye wIth black cherry
)1suu Fou JA'NCII RoN. -Take pieces of
cold inets of any kuid, chop f ie ; sea
son wIth pepper tand salt, jutst a little
onion; break over' the meat two or
thtree eggs;i add a small pihece of butter;
stir all together ; pour It upon nicely
buitteredh toast., serve hot; garnish with
NEDDIE AND TUE JAOKASS.-OInC of
tho most popular young nen on the
1li1. Is Neddie Long, who for years was
a member of the tire department. On
ThanksgIving Day Neddle dran k
i ather more Ueer than was good for
him, and while in a semi-intoxicated
coidition started across the vacant lots
at Oakland and Hoboken avenues. In
this lot Justice Nicoll has a pet Jack
nes which grazes on whatever goats
and other animals leave. It is a tame
Jack and a great tavorite with the cili
iren residing in the yicinity. Ned dle
splied the animal when halt way over
the field and he at once stopped.
"Be the powers," h said, as he ap
proanihed the long-eared animal. 6I'll
have a throw wid yo. If I down ye
twice out of three times I'll ride ye
hoime, an' if ye down me I'll bring ye
a pall of wather."
Neddle spoke in all seriousness, and
as lie concluded, he caught hold of tle
J .okass, and by a vigorous eflort threw
It on its side.
"That's one for me," said .leddle,
rubbing his hands. "Come on, Mul
lie caught tihe astonished Jack by the
cars and attempted to upset it again,
but either the beer effected lim, or the
animial entered luto the spirit of the
Joke, for the next nioment Neddie was
downed" most comln)IetOly and rolled
by 1is opponent into a ditch % hich
flowed handily by. Neddie picked
blinself up, rubbed the mild out oi his
eyes and gazed at the jackass, which
with cars erect, faced hiu for the final
"Begorra," said Neddie slowly, as
lie Stepped to the opposite side of~ the
stream, "you're to willin. We'll just
postpone the last throw till Christmas."
As he started to leave Neddlo saw
that the tu0sle was being enjoyed by
some thirty or forty itizens, who
cheered the jackass to the eeno as his
human antagonist fled.
His dinner amounted to thirty cents.
le walked up to the counter smartly,
laid down his cheek and three coins,
and was tr'ippng lightly out the door,
when, "Imere I I say there! How's
this?" It was the voice of the plro
prietor. 'J:he ian ook tip the turee
three-cent pieces lie haed put down,
giving three dimnes In their place. He
did not look happy and protably was
not, as lie nas heard to inutter
something about "not allowing a l
low to gett an honest living," 11- l'e
wOnt out of the door.
"CAN I give my son a college eduCa
tion at home ?" says a proud nimd aux
"Certainly," replies an expert who
knows all about It. "All you want is
a base ball guide, a racing shell and a
few packages of cigarettes."
"Wuy do the dsy-A grow longer.pa ?"
Iiquired young hiquIsitiveness.
"'I'h(y don't. Every day is just
twenty-four hours long.''
" Well, then, why do the nights grow
"They don't. Every night is-well,
well, study it up yourself, young
MANY planters in St, Mary's P'irsh,
La., make their cane into syrup and
have it paPsed through the vacuumin pan
and centrifugals at the reflneries,flnd
lig this to be nmuch more proiltable
than making it into sugar themselves
by the old open kettle process.
FonEMAN TO MAsTER-Thaitwaq a gey
job wve hatt last nicht, piittini' oot th'e
lire. You: be gatan to stan' mec
something han 'som' f or Pavin' your
property ? Master-Savin' msa 'pro
perty ? H10( it noo been for your con
foonded stumpidiity I wud 'a made a
A FTER a clergyman has taken a free
bottle of tonic, felt better, anti written
out his certilleate of' the curaliye qual..
ities of the milcineC for publie'tioni, it
ma ses himi tinhappy to haive a doctor'
come slot g and prIoniOnreeC the stufi'
gin bitters, amit had at thi at.
WirEN an acqumaintance says, "How
are you ?'' and rushes by you wvithiout
wvaitinmg for a reply. if' I wvas in your
pliace I wouldn't follow him more thaii
a mile t~o tell him I was well.
EVEaRY'rnINo in nature indilge~s in
amusemecnt. TIhme lightn m p~llays, the
thunder rolls, the snow flics,the waves
leapl, and the fields smile. Eveii the
buds shtot andl the rivers run
Mn. BLRSSsnERSOLE thinks fire "s.
c'apes very prioper tings to ha~ve. She
says it is wvell enough to give tire a
chance to escape from a building if it
wvill ; if it won't, why then put out,of
IT is about ani even thing betwe'en
man and~ the orange peel. Sometines
the man throws the orange p~ecl into
the gutter, andl sometimes the orange
peel thirows the man into the gutter.
A nov' be'ng asked, what is mist,
vagnely replied, an umrn nella. T1hiis
11ad has profited by his course of' namtur
ali philosophy in one of our city punbilec
TnEu American .Ind ian readily ae
knowrledges the civilizing in fluences of
the stovepipe liat, anid lie puts it on the
head of' his squaw.
Ti'ms is not the seamson when thme
y'oung man pays the barber for iiaklng
his head look like a billilardl ballceoveredl
with peach fuzz.
TiiE only way to kejpp a boy from
going in a swimming is to convince
himn in some way thiat swiumming is a
duty lie owes to ihis mother.
A OECNTLKMAN In 1ret uring for a blind1(
asyluum begant by gi avely remarking,
"'ii all the world wore blinad, whati a
mel'ancholy sight it would1( be.''
Nziw llAVE.N inaniages ro sqiite'.'e a
great deal of' mmoiey out of 8 corset fac
tories, notwithistaniding all the work of
the factoies goes to walat.
IN case of breakage, the hmuiman fln
ger's are among the imiost reihble things
knuowy n, brecanse thaey arc always on
hand wl'hl nails.
$AN advertismemt of chie'jp slioes
adds: "Ladles ishinig r.hese, ebeonp
shoes wvill (10 well to call soonm as they
wvili not iaet long.iZ''
'"MINE, miner, min'' l' his is tihe
general upshot of specuilationi in nin~i
'Cte'r anti come again,'' as lihe gir1
said to her lover when she heard th, e
01(d man stumblinrg about ini the 'dark.
WHEN is a mran a "'perfebct brie'k?"'
When he shiows himlft a'l the more
manly the harder he Is pressed.
A NEw YoRK dlector satys I lit eating
Ice cream will spoil a girl's compleixion
and miake her feet grow larp. Can
Alle tingst& bea .thu..aly 9'
THn Centennial Calendar or Sim
imons' Liver Regulator Almanac, pub
lisied by J. 11. Zeilin & Co, proprie
tors of Simmons' Liver Regulator, is a
most desirable book for any household
--contaiilng valuable Tables, useful
Receipts and much other Information,
including the valuable properties Of
Simmons' LiverRegulator. One of the
original features of the publication is a
column in Germa.i, French,'Spanish
and Portugese, which will prove in
teresting when compared wi'h the
coluni in English, and show that
Simmons' Liver Regulator is good in
Very Useful on a Dressing Table are
little baskets of three or four inehes in
diameter, just largb enough to hold a
spook. of black cotton, one of white, a
needle book and a tiny pairof scissors.
Baskets of this kind are to be had rest
ing on three legs, and may with a little
patience and ingenuity be made ex
ceedingly pretty as well as useful.
Thxey should be carefully lined with a
little gay-colored silk or satin, and
should lave a small pocket, just large
enough for a thimble, tucked inside,
and opposite this should be fastened a
tiny stuffed pincushion. The scissors
should have a sheath of the same color
as the lining, if possible, and the
needle-book should be small but con
venient for holding two flat papers of
neCles and a ieaf or two of fine flannel.
A little eord round the edge of the bas
ket is a great improvement and finish.
Such are some of the trifles which may
be made as Christmas presents for
those who will value the gift as part of
the giver, because it Is her own handi
"E leven years our daughter suffered
on a ibed of misery under the care
of several of the best (and soine
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 sinple a remedy as
1op Bitters, that we had pooheti 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, oin
account of prejudice against so good a
medicine as hlop Bitters."-The Par
en ts. -Telegram.
On the slopes of the volcano of San
Salvatior, in Central America, exists a
curious interaitten% spring. It is
known to the natives of the country as
the Rio Huldo, or Fugitive river.
During seven consecutive years suffl
cient wat--r flows troin it to form a
veritable river, whlen, at a fixed time,
the water d isappears, and the river bed
becomes dry and dusty, At the end of
another periol of seven years the flow
again commnences. A period of flow
extended irom 1866 to 1873, and was
sit.ceeded by a period of dryness from
187.) to 1880. In J.anuary of this year
Lie water reappeared, Science is not
unacquainted witti such phenomena,
but tie length and regularity of the
perlod of intermittence in this case are
Great improvements have recently
been made in Carboline, a deodorized
extract of' petroleum, the great natural
hair renewer, and now it is absolutely
perfect as an exqisite and delightful
ly perfumed hair dressing and restorer.
Everybody Is delighted with it. Sold
by ati druggists.
Under the direction of the Vienna
Geographleal Society an imnportatt
Austrian expedition tinder the leader
ship o1f Dr. Emil Holub will shortly be
undertaken . A wrarespondent states
that Dr. hlolub intends crossing the
whole length of' A fr'ia fromi south to
nor'th. He will start from tho Cape of'
G~oodl H~ope and penetr'ate to the Zsm
besi, thence explor'e the Manithoernam
bunda territory, thle watershed dlistrict
between the Z:unhaesi and the Congo,
and fromn there visit the lake sources
of the Congo, and tben through Dar
ftar, lie will enadeavor to reach Egypt,
Thue journey Is expectedl to extend oyer
three years, and if' good luck attend
the parties in their haazardonisJouruney,
a most interesting report miiy be ex
peetedi on their returna.
Since 'short-sighitness is almost al
ways cautsed by strauins sustained by
the eye durIng study in early youth,
and since the malady is becoming in
caisingly prevalent in this c 'unatry,
here should cea'tainly be somne step~s
taken to aibate its continuance. 31yo
jpia, as it is called, Is sclom found
amiiong pupils of vIllage schools, while
ini hignmer schoois and colleges, wvherec
the demaind made upJoni the eye is nae
ecssaily milch greater. its fr'equency
1a inlcreaseid. As a par'tial reme ly, an
mproved typography of text boo0ks, a
suilleient high ting of' claiss r'ooms), and
above all anl abattement of the modtern
practice of "'cramiming,"' arec suggested
Vi:ograXN is not a vle, nauseous
comphoun id, wvhieh aimply purges thne
bowels, but a safe, plheasanat remedly
wleh Is sure to puralify thec blood andi
thea'eby restore the health.
A 4' ,oetiona of thae herb coar manly
called dogs-toangue', but. botnielya i
termted cynaoglossuma ojpcinatumn, has becii
admilhnisteredi, buit without effectIng a
cture, to a patlent sufferia from h ydro
p~hIOha an the flospital for Incutrables
atr Napules. It appears to he of much
valmas, however. in lessening tihe
agoauies of tho suaffer-er.
A Frechd aeroata, amakig a hal loon
ascent, irom Rouien, in .Jutne, succeeded
in tauking excellent phaotogaraphms from
the emir of the earth beiow. 'Thie in
stuntaneous~ process was emnployedl, andl
the atnera was directed thr ough an
nipertuare made for the purpose.
Car'd collcrs please buy seven b~ars
Dobbh is' Electric Mo-1p of' any grocer
and wr'ite Craugin & Co., Piladelhia,
Pa , 1(or seven cards gratta, six colors
an ad gold. Shakesper'cs "'S von Ages
of M nan." Ordiniar'y prl'ice 25 contIs.
Prof. O, N. Raood, of Cohumbia Col
le'ge. ct.' udst~ in the cuarrent nilmber
of' thie A meriean Jiournal or mec
that tthe thleor'Ies of i'uacke and Albert
ladlI ton ancount, for the p~henomnena 01)
served whean while lIght is maixedl with
coloredpu lightr. Andl Prof. R)ood hima
eel f is a s yet unaale to advance aI plau
slidbe ex planation 01' the observed faicts.
P'recipbitated silie't attracts and fixes
aniline colors, turkey red mnuch better
tan fadbrIcs thana si licious in fusorlal
eairtha, baut, argiaes a waiter in Rei
manna's Farber ZeiItung in oppiosition
to Eingel, these aprerlos of si)lica Can
not be dute to capilary, because, of
the t wo suabtstanices, the I nliusor'ia ear th
can only be said to possess oaps llarity.
'T'ar. poptalar prejudlce against proprl
etairy remedies has long since been con
quered by the marvelous success of such
a remedy as D)r. Bull's Cough Syruap.
Used everywhere by everybody. Price
A workingman says; "Debt, poverty
and suffering haunted me for years,
caused by a sick tainily and large bills
for doctoring, whioh did no good. I
was completely discouraged, until one
year ago, by' the advice of my pastor, I
procured Hop Bitters and commenced
their use,and In one month we were al
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 waR
a year with Hop Bitters for less thin
one doctor's visit will cost."-Chrisflan
No more Nigre or nuchu.
After the sufferer from a trouble of tbo
kidneys has been drenched with buchu, nitro
and tl sorts of diuretics, he or she will find a
certain cure in Kidney-Wort. The stomach
recovers tone, and evacuations become rogu
would be a safe offer for a more infallible cure
for piles than Anakesis. 500,000 persons bear
willing testimony to the beneficence and
scientific triumph of the great discovory of
Anakesis, Dr. S. Bilsbee's External Pile
Itemedy. Lotions, olectuaries, ointmonts and
quack nostrums have bad their day- no longer
shall the aillioted like Job cry out I -'Weari
some nights are appointed to me when I lio
down I say when shall the night be gone, oh I
wherefore is light given to him who is in
misery ? Anakesis will instantly relieve the
pain from plies, will support the painful
tumors and ultimately cure 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 scientillo physician
alter 40 years' exporience, and has boon used
successfully almost without an exception by
over half a million of sufferers. It combines
in a mere suppository the methods of English,
Frentiou and American Surgeons and Is pro
nouncod to be the nearost to an infallible
remody yet discovered. Samples of "Anako
ls" are sont free to all sufferers on appli
cation to P. Noustaedtor & Co. Box 8916 Now
York, solo manufacturers of "Anakesis." Sold
by druggists everywhere. Price $1.00 per box.
. Vegetine ,
WILL CURE RHEUMATISM.
RnhUmATist 18 A DIsKASR OF THW BLOOD. To
CUnt ItusUMATISM IT MUST BN TRUATED AS A
Rev. W3N. T. WORT H
Recommends Vogotine for Rheumatism and
FALL RIvxn, Mass. Mtay 13. 1879.
Mr. H. R. STsVENs -Dear Sit: Ifor soine % oa-s
I have been, at times, much troubled wit*h acute
attacK of Rhrumatism. I esp-cialty sulfored
tol tures from SBiatica. By the advice or frionms
who knew tWe bonellts conierrod by vegetine,
I begau its use, and since that, 'time I have had
no attack like Lthose I previously suffered. For
some time past I havi had, no return of the
trouble except, occasionally a faint Intimition,
which disappeared upon taking a fOw doses of
the Vegatine. I also take pleasur - in recording
my testimony in favor or Its excellent effect in
abating an Inveterate Salt theum, and 1 count
It no small pleasure to have been thus imade
WM. T. WORTH,
Pastor First M. N. Church.
Has Relieved aisd Cured S1ufferers of
itheumatium by the Thousands.
]RIEA1 TIlS z
If You Have Rheumatism. Take the
Medicine that Will Cure Wo".
BUTLIR SWITcH. Jennings Co., Ind.,
Mtay 19, isi. I
H. I. STRVMEs-Dear Sir: Having in our titmily
received great. boeatit, from the Vegetine manu
factured oy you, I thought I would give you the
facts of the case, huping it might meet the evo
of some suffering one who might thus be re
lloved. I have a grand culid, about 10 year1 of
ago, who, two yoars ago or over, had a severe
attack of Rheumatism, and for two long years
was under the care of as good a ph siclan as we
have in this countiy, and yet ail itts time grew
worse. till we gave her up and tlioughtho
must die. Site was much deformed. unfwe
were told by a doctor that. It she lived, shei
would always be deformed; but. thanks to Vet:
etine. site is to-day perfectly wveli, and as
straight as an arrow. Last, December we
abandoned all hope of the doctot- doing any
tihing for hear, iad commenced using Ve-gerine,
according to your directions, When the lirst,
bottle was used up wei could not see mu-cit m
provei.ont, but we continued on thj seconid
uottle, and cotild .ont some changfe tor good.
Sit-i Look sIx bottles, and, thank Odt, acomplete
cure was effected in every respect.
Yours truly, 0. BURGESS.
Vegetine 18 Bold by all Druggists.
Nieip, Apspetile, Stro:'gth,
Return when llostotter-'s Stomatch ilittiers 1a
Systematically uc0 by a billois dyspeptic sutf
ferer. Miorocver, sinee tha brain sympithizes
closely with the stomach and its associateo or
gans, the liver and the bowvola, as their de
rangement a rectifiedi bftheo acilon of the Bit.
toe, menial despondency produce.l by that
derangement disiap pears
For sale by all Drugglets and Dealers
'lie Porent~and hleit Mtoiinoever MIado.
Ace milnatio.n of Hops, Buchu, Man=
drak e anl Dandllon,withailinei'bes;tand
mnoste ura tivo properie, of all other Jittenm,
makes the greatest4 Bleed P urifter, Llyc i
Rog u I tor and Life and Itcaht Rtoring
Agent en eartht.
No dIsease o an 'oRsibly long~ exist where Hnp
Dilton ate us od,so var-iod anid perfoot ar-i their
They gin sewH ft andvigortothiuagdanliafina
To all whosoe o mployment caiuse irregumlari
tyoitbeb~owelso, tirinary organ., or wtho is
ub-e an Aeppetizer Toio and miud Stinmlant,
Ilopittera are inval cable, without Inteox
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are what the diseaseoran .nont is uso0 lop Dit,.
ltsrs. Don'twait untiiyoua me stoik but it you
onily feet bad or ilerblo, use. them at once.
ISmzaysave yourlftoit has say 64 huinclsreds.
s*oo will be paidfora ca as t hey wIll bet
eror help. Do not sutfer or lotyour fiendi.
*ulfer,but use andi urne them lo use H op g
flemember, flop DWtters is no vile, drugg-ed
drunken nostrum, but th u~s it a nl d Best
Miilolinoever- nude i ths "iiNTAgDs FRIBND
and itoi' and no ~eison Or- family
should be whotii them.
t0 R1,1 antotuto anircib Iu
niarot i'ke , so by ito coo nu9
for-circulfar. ik<. Uis Nraire.,e
Rhiester,N.1 and Toronto, Oa,.
EWNG A(IgilNH IFEL ES--Rix for ioote.;
Constipation and Plies.
0Dr.a I. L. Clark, Sothf HeoVt. sas'nouAN
OfM Ke Trub t bas acted lie am It
has cue many ver bad cas of iles, and has
n er ~reh of at , Vt., W I i
of r ceeel value. A~tr sixte ars
suyfteV from Piles and Oostivtoe it ooem
ploe cure tme."
0.9 IL ogagon, of Berkshire l one Itck
agohas done wonders for me inmNnvloter
in asvere Liver and Kidney Corna ht.
IT HAS WH l
Boose80 It Ats on the uitB, the 80W3L0 ant
the EIDHEY3 at the same time.
Because It cleanses the system of
the p osonous humorsthat develope
In Kidne and Urinary diseases Bll- 4
0usnesI Jaundlce, Oonstipation, I
P yOres, rn Rheumatism, Neuralgia 1
and nervous disorders.
. KIDNEY-WORT itn dry vegetable com.
pound and can be sent by mail prepaid.
One package wiill.make six qts of med icne.
TW."W" XT 3.%TO3 7-: I
W;F*1uy it at the Druggsts. Prieo, $1.00.
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Sterling Music Books.
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Th is ia Inothod of established reputation,
which has been In constant use lit the groat
Conservatory, and is gotting to be everywhero
known and Valued. Has received decided coin
mondi.tions frotn tho boat teachers.
Dictlossary of Mssileal In forniation.
($1.24).) Vory.convenient book of reference.
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thes.rae dsae raa 'lru them e
E GEAT BLOOD PUBIPIEB,
ruat TU -Ucu OF cano MNS ,
WOFULA OR YILTWI HEREDI,.
TART OR 0OITAGIOU11,
ie nS uste u The Lunes wOnsah.Ukft
or Bones, Mlush or Nerveit,
0RUPTITN TE SOLIDS A D TITIN
Chroute Uheuma Screfula, Glanduiar
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ions, o"ilit Wy OI l! 610 of he
.unle Wa r 11TM
Fhi . tufg 14, oldn and Bi
liease Nnrurial ses, Female 0.
inte, ut, Dropy, Bt Rhenmn, Bronobito
Not only does the Samaparfilan ResolvOnI
1e001 all remedial agents in the cure of Chronto,
lorofulo, 0onstitutional ani Skin Diseass,
lut it is the only positive cure for .
[IDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
Irnary and Womb Disrases, Gravel. Diabetes.
)ro 5ntogage of Water, Iucontinen0 of
Irin gh Disease, Albuinurla, and in all
lass where are brick-dust deposits, or
he water is thiok, cloudy, mied with sub
itances like the white of an e5 or threads lhie
white silk, or there is a morfld dark, bilious
1poarance and white bone-ust deposita, and
W oa there is a pricking, burning sensation
rhon passing water, and pain in tite small of
he back and along the loins. Sold by Drug
fist. PRICE ONE DOLLAB
DYARIAN TUMOR OF TEN TAR' QROWTN
OURED BY DR. RADWAY'S R.EREDIBS.
One bottle contains more of the active ptino
pies of Medicines than any other Prepaition,
raken in Teaspoonful doses, while others re.
kulre Aive or six times as much.
R. R. R.
CURES AND PREYENTS
FEVER AND AGUE,
Moseness. Diarrhc.t Cholera Morbus, or pati.
Lil discharges from t&e bowels are stpped in
6 or 20 minutes by taking Radway's Ieady Re.
er. No congestion or inflammation, no weax.
ess or lassitude will follow tho use of the it, It,
IT WAS THE FIRST AND 1.
The Only Pain Renedy
hat instantly stops the most excruciating
iains, all innammations, and cures Conges.
lons, whether of the Lungs ,aomach 11otyel,
r other glands or organs, byone aipplic ion
n froan one to twenty ninutem., dio mat.
er houw violent, or excruclatta the in. Lim'
heum tic, Bed-ridden, Infirm, 1 .rp Norf.
us Neural toor rostrated wit en a
@F~r, ADINVAY,s FD u in e may
rstant ease. rd
nfluannation of the Rtdneys
inflausnarstaon oitho ladder
nflamnnation of the nowels.
CoIsgeutIoar of the Lunir.
lore Throat, ifflenlit Breathing
Piaspitattoul of thle eair 4
Ilysterti, Crosap, Diphtheria.
[adaehe. To t'Atarrb, influensa,
Cold Chills, Agne Chills,
Chilblains and Frost Bites.
1'he appilcation of the Readyltelief to the parrt
r patts where the pain or difficulty saists wit
ifrd eaise and com oi,,
Th'irtriy to iixty drops in a halt tulfbier of
rater will in a few minutes cure Cram 19.
pralns, 8eur St omach, lioartburn, Bick ead -
cihe, DI-arrhret, lysentery, Colic,'Wind in the
lowels. and aill lnternai pains.
Traavelers should always carry a bottle of R;,d.
iedy Iteiiof with them. A few dro ain
rwill prevent eickness or pains from
hange or waror. It Is better than Frr nch
Iranrdy or BIt ters as a atimiulant. Price 1iiLy
'ent- perr L-ottle.
Radway's Regulating Pills.
Perfect Purgatives, Soothing Apertenrt.,
Act Without Pain, Always Reliable
anrd Natural in their Operation.
VEGETABLE SBSTITUTE FOR CALONIEL.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly .coated wit ii
weem, purge regulate, purPiy, cleanse anid
RADWAT'n Pnra for the cure of all Diserters
if the atomach, Liver, Bowels Kidn,'s Blad -
icr. Nervous Dfseases. Headnoc e, Const a-lon,
)ostiveness, 4ndigestion. Dy ppia, iousa
tess Fever, Tflamimation of llBowels Piles
and all derangemonts of the Internal Viscera.
garranted to effect a perfect euro. Puiely
e etae, containing no mercury, minerale or
tv"Observe the following symptoms resultin
romn Diseases of the D yetv Organs : Cont
>ation, Inward Piles, liin-ess of the Blood In
lead, Acidiy of th Stomach, Nausea. Heart
um Disgust of Food, lFuhness or Weight In
he m'~oxach, Sour Eructaionsa, 8'aking or Fitat
erirl at tih Ifeart, Choking or dIufferrng San
atiobs when in a lyn postni-re Diminess of
tislon, Dota or Webs Bfre Ihe ,igir Fever a' d
)uil al in the Head, Deieac~ I Perspira
ion ellCow ness of the Skin a'rd Eyes, Pain in
ire ido. Chest, Limbs and Sudden Flushes of
est, Burning it the lilesh.
A few doses of RADWAy's PrILL will free the
yhtemi from all the above-naied disorders,
Price, 35 Cents per .Box.
We repeat that the reader must cnsult cu r
rooks and papers on the subject of diseases and
heir cure, among which may be named
"Falae and True ,"
"Rtadw y on Irritable Urethsra,'"
'itadway on Scrofula,"
ad others relating to different classes of Dia. 'f
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS,
READ "FAESE AND TRUE."
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10:82 Warren, tir, Chugeb St., New
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TO THE PUQLIO*
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othat the same "Radway" is en wha you:~
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