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TOATUNE oF lloiRss.-Among the
every day torments to which the horse
18 subjected we will enumerate the
following:-1 Abroded breast. 2.
Inflamed backfrom defective saddle or
harness pad. 8, Sore mouth fron a too
tight gag rein, a severe bit, or both. 4.
A sore tall from too tight or illy made
crupper, 5. An abrasion under the'
body, caused by a too light or badly
fitted belly band, 0. Irritation of the
eyes from blinders being strapped too
close together, or, on the other hand,
are allowed to sWing around,filrststrik
Ing one eye then the other. 7. Ears
chafed by the brow band being placed
too high, cr by metallic rosettes with a
sharp outer rim, the base of the ear
pressing across tiils at every motion. 8,
rhe excessive fatigue of all the struct
ure of the neck under the influence of
the bearing rein, The bearing rein, if
made taut and kept so for any conside
rable length of time, is a source of
great discomfort to all horses and an
insufferable tormant to many. A taut
rein can be used with entire propriety
on horses of flne easy up carriage, es
pecially while in motion, but if the
muscles and the bony structure o1 the
neck exterid forward horizontally from
an upright shoulder rather than strik
ing out Irom a slanting shoulder, then
the most intense sufforing will be in
Ilicted by straining the neek up to an
angle entirely unnatural to the aninal
especially it' this strain be long kept
up. To strain a culprit up by tne
thumbs till only his toes touch the
ground Is certainly one of the severest,
admissible punishments that can be In
fieted upon mortal, and the check rein
is undoubtedly akin toIt in its extreme
IN south western IRssIa, between the
Baltle and the Black Sea, the sunflow
or Is universally cultivated in 1ields,
gardens and borders, and every part of
the plant is turned to practical account.
A hundred pounds of the seed yielid
forty pounds of oil, and the press~ed re
sidue forms a wholesome lood for cat
tie, as also do the leaves and the green
stalks cut up small, all being eagerly
eaten. The fresh flowers, wheni a lit
tle short of full bloom, f1urnish a dish
for the table whleh bears favorable
compiirlson with tile artiehoke, They
contain a large quantity of honey, and
so prove an attraction to bees. The
seeds are it valuable food for poultry,
round into flour, pastry and cakes can
Sbemade from thein, and boiled InI alum
water, they yield a b)lue coloring mat
ter.-T1'he carefully dried leaf is used
as tobacco. The seed receptacles aire
made into blotting paper, and t.he in
ner part of the stock into line writing
paper; the woody portions are con
stnied ats fuel, and Iron1 the resiltiing
ash valuable potash Is obtained. Large
plantations of themll in swamljpy plaees
are a protection agailst, intermitting
IIIN-rs Aliou-r i.INt SWINE. T1he.
rope slioutcld Le small anti strf ng,
andi ha ve it good-sized ring to hohl
asil) in1 the hanad. Let, tle hog oi.
01 1 be pt'i, which is apt, to be a iard
place I itr aI stNatille. Let, the fat, hog out.
and r.n.. le wiIl sool tire, aid 1nuIy
be b I z04 by a hiIItd leg, I le noose sily
PCId ov 1 hIS snout and laid upon his
6i I - J'iW " % i I ig.- Ti e blood 111113
equally bad fot- the Demziocrats and the
R~t1r . n-. Let us see,
b. tiin1 w t by an IiseruIon~ o) tUeC aMn.
a l .C be, re the trout legs directly
d. wkm n ' i..d the spitie. Any lIther
veu %J L k t only tseless, but iiiures
the ilt mt - At the great siatightem'
house. .e vt.iils are dispatched by a
ingle cie. onii stab,) 1I. is well to wash
the hog bt tore senaling- It saves time
and rosIn by putting rosin into watter,
by putting the rosin1 into thet water,
instead of ditaing IL over the bristles.
u oldh worni upi, roundlt cornet.red hoe( 11
the best tool to take oil bristles. Altet
one end of the hiog is well scalded
serape it about clean while the othet
end Is under water'. Doni't, forget, Liha
thle aluimall heatt muist all be talkenk on
before you salt, your porki. $plit th
hog always through thke ribs, anld i
hinm hakng over imrht.
~~ I *- ~TH. F1i.owFl.lt ti.:xE,--Motst, tiowl
Asters, stocks and~ s(kine othier sts al
wor'thless thet sCconid seasont. 01,5son
varietlis,la pottin will gernannli~te LI
secondt year, bitt niot, a yery'3 ihi pc
centaige. Such I are pllox, verbtena, tu
malkny othiers. Sieedls saved iln a tavi
able seasonl, and properl'iy -drodtt1, w
of course5t remin goodt lonigter t
thiose satved inl au tillavorabtlell~ yeari
carsly$'13 i eredt. As ia tilte, rou
steds arc good longer thank I ini,1
on1ce, anu ti y of the smallest
gOOd as5 long ats any1. Ottd baisamn se
are't generally ac~~know~'ledgetd t) lit
gardeni of' an~ oldi Germaniil lady, 1
soime Ilower's fronm seedis brotughat. f1
the old coutrtiy sixteeni years bet<
he hadt petuntias, portulatceas
Tncii annl~oultlcmet, is atgaikinimade
- a process hias been discoveredi ftr
Sig photoraph p)osessing aill the i
likakcy and deilcacy.3 oh thle nlatuiral
* I uors, and an exhibitiotn oif hic tires
naiturlally colored hats just been hie
. Lndon.t Accoring to thke repots
Scolor's are produlkcetl by the ineti
1tght ailonet in tile calmera, mandt OW
tihing whaitever' to tile artist's i
In the photogr'aphs exibitedl, ti
' ~oring appearedtlt to lie quite trute I
V ~~I tuire, anid tdelicate tones andit aI
hi were clear to Like view. 'lTe flesh
was exact to life, andt full justi
done to gorgeous reghnetatkls.
protrulded tongue) of a tdog ink one
'it ~ ~phkotogr'aphis possessedi thke etil
of' natuire. Sotme of tihe gues-ts, sa:
1*EJinglish .Jftchtnic, inlspectinkg L~h
lectlonI, anid not fully acquainited
the chakircteri of the latest inive1
took it for granted that like worl
done by saiful, artIstie hunt
ivory atnd other tmater'ial, andt
seaircely believe their' eyes5 y e
* f~ormed thakt tile color, ats muchL'l
for m and~ out1line, was prodneaed
lght of daiy, Careful and mini
yeskt itin however, would~i t115le)
t-atiuman haierafLt~di waslno
whlichl naturie's Pec.il of ld igh
tiiiat phlotograph~is colored by
and1( to tile o1 iginlis.'' Tilt proe
dhooveredt, it iii satid, by a
cAl~ietist, but, hals since uniderg
-provement~lt by tilt) proprieitor
'I ~patenlt 10kr Eglandi. Ifl') iie
temn prlove ani unqaltlti lied SikLee
rewalrd w ill not hakvel been rca p4
ou. in -h labor Iln tilt pasti ho
er us a. temil~ts have been mat11
* ~du.e .n isunii penlcil to fix colI)I
- pareI k., it tdratw ini the t am
uIneuneAICi and1( umchanlciai dii
* iha o.atutod ink thke wtay. In1
lkCa . uIOlrs ar-e saidi not or
th' i: .s oh light b~y being
ai; ob,~h " boiling solutioni,
* k~~nU sen a otiic0 the phWotMo
u..&. i,,. vu been exposetd 10
S e..a ithtout being, In ii
al,-u -(. tti okrdeatl. Un1110
the0 p'ne a ,11a yet untknw
T lkely tO DuIA somte tiue to
TuE IMPORTANOE OF VEGETABLE.
The vegetible-eater can extract from a
his food all the principles necessary for t
the growth and support of the body,as I
welf as for the production of heat and v
force, provided that h I'selects veg- <
etables whicli contain all the essential' t
elements named. -But he must for this '
purpose consume the best cereals- I
whoat or oats; or the legumes-beans, I
peas, or lentils; or he must swallo v 4
and digest a large weight of vegetable $
matter of less nutritious value, and, I
therefore, at least containing one ele- i
ment In large exceas in order to obtain I
all the elements lie needs. This the t
Irishman requires fQr his support ten i
or eleven pounds of potatoes daily, I
which containchtelly starch, of which 4
he consumes .a superfluous quantity,
very little nitrogen and scarcely any
fat; hence he obtains when he can
some buttermilk or bacen, or a her
ring, to supply the deficiency. The
Highlander, living mainly on oatmeal,
requires a niuht smaller weight; this
grain contains not only the starch but
much nitrogen, and a fair anount of
fat, although not quite suflcient for
this purpose, which Is usually sup
plied by adding milk or a little bacon
to his diet. On the other hand, the
man who lives chicly or largely on flesh
and eggs as well as bread obtains pre
cisely the same principles, but served
In a concentrated form, and a weight
of about two or three pounds of such
food Is a full equivalent to the Irish
man's te) or eleven pounds of potatoes
htMPROVEOD VINKCoAR-MAKINo lPRO
cxas.-The transformation of alcoholic
liquids into vinegar has long bon a
matter of discussion. Pasteur holds
that the formation of vinegar is a )iy
siological )hieniomen.on caused by vege
tation (if a particular bacterium, the
Mycoderina acetd, wlile Liebig kaw in
it merely a chemical action of oxygen
on alcohol. Recent observations by
lierr Wiurm, at the Breslau lustitute
of Piiant-Physiology, are regarded as
puttim the former view beyond a
doubts and Herr Wurm has succeeded
In eflecting theitndustrial manufacture
of vinegar iu accordance with P11iast
cur's inen. The condiLtiolis are a sow
lug of pure bacteria, a uniform tei
Ierature of 0i dog. C., and a well-reg
ulaitted6. additin oi alcohol. The pro
cess goes bn inl large covered wooden
receptacles (with side holes for air) in
to which are put, 200 litrcs (i mixture
of vi negar-, wiater, and alcohol, along
wit h oe 1nncral salts (phosphates of
1The mIIIIfIcture is said to be consider
ably 11mor0 rapid than that by the old
mlethod, anid ditntyeconlomlical.
GiLYcEiRIN.--1'yceri'le Is the sweet
princi ple o. oils, the base of compounds
ound ill animal fats and also ii sonie
vegetable substauces. 6is a i product of
a process i Sialionilention. As pre
pared by the pharmaceutists, it, is
taken Ip w iith l2Uling water fromn its
linitar ill It 1 rCe IstaLe with th pitt
bilerouts soap called lead i)laster. The
plastel' is niade by boilIng together
litarage (oxide o1 lead), o~lve oil anmd
wiater. 1'5te oil is deconilpooed by t1he
-a - Nlti ii) j4lli ' l . iet, t.1'11 glyeerine
m110nt withl anlotheoryegnA.11
o1 by Iliterilng, ind tihe water is ie
noye'd by evaporattioni, at at tem1iper
ttre below 21LI deg., leaving Lihe gl3ycr
Wne. V arious othier eictiod-s of pre
pIrling are inl usc.
L ,MON Pica i1m.--wIPe Six lemons,
cutt (each1 lut0 eightL piecebc ; putt oni
the ou ndjIl 1 of' sat,, six laurge cloves
oi galic, two ounCes of' htorse--radishi
sii-ed 11h in, 1iken~ iso of cloves, mace,
niutimieg 'and calyennet, a qualrter 01 ani
ounce10 each, anid two 00un0c o flour' of'
mudartttd -, o0 thmese put twVo quats of
. vintegar. iloli a jiuart~er of an 11our1 in i
t, weltiued isauice-patl; or, which i
e better, d it in a strong jar, lIt a ket'
1 Lie ol btoilinig walterl- or Bet, the jar cm
tile hot heailrthl till dotne. Set the j:~
amby 111 ir$11 it daily for six wveeks
Lkeep tuhe jaflose ~iA 31crd. Put it hit
y IIAI. CU'rT'lI~Ll's l.A Ml IL ANAs.-ril
50ome ve'al ctitiletS ito aL uniit'rm shapji
1a imd dip t.hemt i hk liuelised butteor-til
1is, btterl melted0 Io pelrangeicrh
pss 'hemI Ithoh a m~itiI(ixltret of equ
ParmesanOli cheese, it prop utery pepper
the i5eitre aain;t then04, lilt tileh
brown.I I (il aismll qut.t o
carol dres i wilh bIIii utter Parmes
cheese'mmg an tomto sauce, w~iith h y01
ofi anl 1egg1 stirred lutpO It lace 01
115maecaron1t On a-'it dsh, a'd the e~k
11ltutun c ile rotthtnd 1 itt
ic ilocol.AT,) il~l.Y it 1,A boieME.- 0
a10 tox oft ge'lat~,in 5i'a halg bIinkyt o
'thai.t we. 111at apint o ich mItt on(1I
ril- putd or' larme tabespot. ofp
thu poun1l of' white sugar;('il make I
'1l"mtof Fao topii tatelwit vaila, saves
a)o til lte geltik, s~10tirrin risk to
col-11 anlld ousl 1he11 buohel to t.
til tip' a I o.-p111 1cctlt' bshwi
'Wth 3l e risk, wbIc te dtses loo 1 1 t
>fLthe and brigteWllry 1The1 onlyfoutia
color 1 iure 1'it 01 halrushe of linkt i
us te the o~ di' asusa and( put tr
yiedge(30w yi he baskeyto o basc t
LIwa il'h 01a(1 lldr tWmpefet.
lcoui Lieen,.'v inute--i'~is lleate
as0(the tnce wm l e blilyt nowbc i
icei-~' 11uc tfn l ihm iopmg
11n it. L.ttoivxn I pAe.--Tiis de11 l eat
ffcts apetzig, and111 tIne asiiti acage
could tite vradbcnkon
tio is coks.A'oil ItheCliver untlil thn'
crtoss ly tend.-'thre must eoim be ei
or lest u1 gillo of hardnmtiesys ot, it.
nat'r 10 mict e t imnortly moth amn
Less wasolient the' monee very ao bi, baush
plirenh roiulctof butheradl browne alour
oy the, t lenmo110, oralttepimantlnc
rum-atthough a; sicyc hrandy alzn it
L.le oi- Toes ThrM'e musAbe no lumpsk
rabu-pr, 1sal8 oi'time itle hound skm1c
301u1t.escund aUhin ofnutmg athe ncli
WIT AND HUMOR.
Two girls boJonging to church choir
t Oshkosh got locked into the church
he other night, while they were talk
ng over the fashions. They gave the
larm, when a man living near the
hurch put a board to the window and
hey slid down to the ground.
OLhe nost singular thing was that after
hey had got safely to the ground'
hey lookod mad and went oir with.
)ut thanking the man, and they won't
peak to the mani wheu they meet him.
1a couldn't account' for it until he
vent to take the board (own, when he
:ot Slivers in his lingers,-and scratch
,d his thi ib on a -shingle naull that
'uc.k up through the board. So1e men
ire mighty careless. lie says he don't
xre only for other hearts that may
A OEAITAIN young Boston bachelor,
ealthy but modest, was taking his
)ath one morning when his telephone
salled him. lie sprang from the tub
md was horriled to hear that a lady,
wife of a distinguished New York
aaiker, was at the other end of the
wire a mile away. It would never do
ror him to carry on a convorsatlon
with a lady in his present condition.
"ExCt:se me. A thousand pardonsi"
lie cried, aghast. lie donned his dress
ing-gown and then repaired to the
clephione and conversed wi thout teur
SH1E wept, the poor laund.ress, on ro
turning live shirts, where her patron
had intrusted her with six, and con
fessod that she had burned a hole in
the shirt while ironing. "Never
mind," says the customer kindly;
"Chrlstmaib comes but once a year,and
that will be all right. How mubh do
I owe you?" "Six shirts. at twelve
and a hall cen ts-5cventy- lve cents."
"But you burned one of thtem up."
"Well, suppose-.L (lid? Hadn't I wash
ed it before I burned it? Go along
wid ye, trying tu oliate a poor disso
A foot onco more.
"For ten years iy wife V Sws confined
to her bed with such at complicationa of
almicits that noe doctor could tell what
was the matter or cure her, and I used
tip a small fortune in humbug stuff.
Six months ago I saw a iU. S. Ilag with
1op Btters oi it, and I thought I
Would be a fool once more. I tried it,
but my folly proved to be wisdom.
Two bottles cured her, she is now its
well and strong Its anay niali's wife,
alld it COst tie only two dollars. Such
folly pays.-II. W., Detroit, Micl.
AN old Vernot fariner came home
(Iruink the other night, and became the
victim of an irreprcssible desire to get
dranker. So le ilhought lae would
bring out his wagoni and drive over to
Shelburne Falls for iore whiskey.
1 ust as lie was about putting the 11n
ishing touches on the barnesing ar
rangments ie said to hituself, "This
horse has got horns i' lie brought
ouit his lantern and found hae had haar
iiessed tlae cow to the wagon. lie
tered, "I'm drutnk enougsh no --
hitched tihe beast i11 %*r"
houlse to ?,,.. ,ne f0 the aen - ,' iin
-.. t see it a i Well , L. ito the
"Whet AL> It oil.
"Yis, I 'am go1,ig to skat," lie an
swered ais his teeth rattled together
and his ears stood out like sheet-iron
medals. "They tried to stuff me with
a story of a boy who froze to death oi
the riik alt the piatl, but I would not
take it.'" "Dlidl one fareeze to death ?"
"'N aiw I Come to iliad ouit abhout it, lie
just froze lis earas and nose anid lingers
anid tocaS, and thae rest of his body
wasn't tot'haed at aill. They cana't
scare ime wVk.h anyv of- their tales ot
A M:AN ini luimingonm counzty, N. J.,
could iiot decide er~j "hom to cast hh!
vote alt the laito elee1on aand lhe made
it a suabjectt of prayer. Il~heni pult thll
two opposin zg tickets in h b -st p)ockel
-wenit to the polls, pulledti 0 one 0100
-the pIeces of papler. withiout l100. a
S, and itted it. Ona hits return i
lie discovered that, lie hau voteR
order for a barrel of cider, lie -
a na valui to chiange his vote.
Tn'iiousAN 1s will bear' testimoany (aii
Ldo it voluntatrily) that Vruos.atNisl ti
best muedical comipoundl( yet, laiced b
fore the p~ubllc for renovating a
d purifyinig the blood, eraudicatig a
humors, impilurities or poisonous seci
ions from thle system, iyigortinagi
h strenagthening the system debilital
in by disease ; in fatct, it is, ats miaiiy hi
c- called it, "Tihae Great llealth Rest
he Waica the ver'y younlg danughiter
uit- a counitry clergymana wats playing
tihe gardenl 011e daty a stranager ci
atlong andil jinquijred if her fathler
)ak alt hiome. "No),'' she replied, '"but,
01(d motheral is hat the house, anmd she
the pray with y'ou, you poor, miser
of Tan bash ful yo ung muan who ar
tha laidy on the beach if lie ''could
teher homne,"was much suiprised to
telier' repiy, "'that lie cold go up
adde. it if' le wanatedl to, blat, she i
mi ahuik her fathter wv.nt~ed to sell,''
Il'theni cooly waltkedl oft' with the ni
lica'he choice. ______
"Wx K.Lt, I have doane one good
to-daty,'' said Billinigtoni. "W
new thiat?"' asked his friendl. "'IhaveJ
hal' a 1,oor', deseryhzig nman a neW
aeer coat,"repliedi iningoan,turniing
mc- "' how do you think it its?''
aiiia WoMeS hatyc a great respect fo
,ater alge, WVat.ca a you~ng laidy seatted
them 'buas betweeni a youn~g gentlemai
raini. atn elderly one(, anad see hiow dote
and cli she Is niol, to lincIomode the
to be bzy tqueeyzig agaliust lhin.
sT n i'm onily amatural l ir renmes
)stihe Carbolinie, a dheodorizedi extratt
or rectiiicaitiona with aceids or ali
con taiinlag no miineal or other' p
an drlh(elightflly peira umead andl~ ais ee
frmoma pur as sping wvater.
ough- hiOinixo~l houlsechickean soil
ven a benamde,i5taid by hangig
.i'honhen inthe su sou~at her shadto
kiafe- fallh into a pot oi salt and wiater
eO or onl y t-rouble ia that oan a clot
h 01 the soupi is liamble to be weak.
3, such I-' Is said that, the heart of
weighs atbout nne ounIces'5 tha
womnan abaout eight. As te a
1lit5 pas crases a mlanli's heart glows
3 po0ta- itud a womnan's ightler. Bena
,Add lose thiars at sixteeni, while
. eggs, have little or nonehi to lose.
ixture .I a'xcT En hovers need never'
dI well Tihiere are itur-:ia-twenity hio
mful at daty, and nmot at moment in theC
the top four in w hich a woman may nmo
mt them her m id.
ied. 1881 (hoes not resemble a
lovers' on a sola, pecausae thereO
,half a alt cach d.
onIce. The public are cautionedl to
Lr farom Dr. Bull's Cough Syruip, a
r. other. i'rlco 25i cents.
PieaStng Prospefts Respeutng the *'o4nP
Iare of our Paddes.#D a
A Boston Journal contains the following, d
taken from one of the New York dallos: P
"In noting. the departure for Europe of
Mr. John W. Mackay, the California mil- a
lionaire, our New York contemporr
sents tiie following ineresting*oa o P
relating to toe f, pus ConstoeL- o tho
campiug 4roude It were, Of mOre than b
0n of theaef coast'm1llioi6ires. There n
has been, no.- doubtq e6siddable of the 0
'wild eAt' busleNaein ininwng in-one way or P
another, but,with the fellowv.ing results and
lgures, whioh''are unqueationably. true, '
staring one in',tho faderjtvwill readily be m
seen why the moet far-sialhted and knoWing V
ones continue to pin their faith to and pan
their profits from the, hbove celebr'ated
section. The north end of thd ledge is how
attracting especial attention, and from
latest developtients, those made In the
Original Keystone mine-the latte'r running
1,800 feet on the main ledge, and 'accoi-d
ing to the recot investigation and report
of the -English expert, Johil D. Barry, A.
1. U. E., one of the most promising mines
on the entire ledge-aro particuliay hiter- p
esting and all tile Indicatiod point to v
highly gratif~fing results
" he celebrated Conistock vein or -lode
is situated In Story. County, in thio state of
Nevada, on a chain of mountains called
the Washoe Range, cast of the Sierra
Nevada, havlug a mean elevation of 0,000 t
feet above the level of - the sea, Mount e
Davidson, the -highest peak, reaching an
elevation of 7,960 feet.
"The range begins near Carson City, run
ning with a general direction of 22 dog. 11
west of north for 150 miles.
"The whole region represents a great
barren Wilderness, where nature has denied
ill agricultural prosporty, but in her equity
has stored probably tile greatest amount of
ineral wealth to be found in one locality
in the worild.
"During the last twenty years the Comn
stock vein .has given sixteen bonanzas, C
from which 0,500,000 tons of ore have been
"The average assay value of this large
inass was $50 per ton; It yielded in the
mill $41.80, and from the treatment of t
sluices, $5-total ji46. 80 per ton.
"Thus the total value of the ore ex
tracted was $863,67.1.605, yielding a net
sum from nills and sluices of $323,671,
605. The average proportion of precious
inetals in value is 45 per per cent gold and
55 per cent silver." Chicago "In/cr I
To deteot the presence of chiccory In
coffee, the microscope examination is
the best; but as this Is not always possi
ble, the following method may be em
ployed: The coffee is spread on a sheet
of white paper. Tie grains *of coffee
then present an angular appearance,
while the ehiccory has an amorphous
appearance, and is of a darker color.
When the suspected grains.are picked
out with a needle, the coffee grains
will jump away or are split by It, but
the chlecory grains, buing softer, are
easily punctured. Th softer grains
wien crushed carefu I non the
teeth rod - - n anl- i
.h0;;'e .d sa gritty sensation like
e sand. If chiccory is present, its
flavor Is more of an acid bitter than
the aromatic bitter taste of coffee.
Chiceory in co1ee may be thus roughly
estinmated: About two grammes of
dried ground colee are sitted In a hair
sieve iroin the linest dust which con
sists of pure coffle; the larger grains
are macerated for soie hours with
cold water, and then thrown on a
piece of stretch cloth and rubbed with
the lingers, when the cliecory is forced
through, leaving the coffee grains on
the cloth. The coifee is then collected,
dried and weighed. 'The loss of weight
gives time weight of the chicoory,
Jnonorod and milst.
When a board of' eminent physicians
and chemnists announced thme discovery
that by combining seime well known
valuable remedies, the most wonter
fuil imedicinie was produced, which
would cure such a wide range of dis
ease that most all other remedies could
he dispensed with, many wvere skepti
cal; but p~roof of its merits by actual
tt'alm has dispelled all doubt, and to-day
the discoverers of that great medicine,
101) Bitters, are honored and blessed
d '11l as benefadtors,-Dmoc~rat.
cd~~~ anls of a highly ingenious ear
di duced-Vinmg machi ne, recently Iiitro
e- duce a (,is found practicable to pro
adice auidie-a velvet pile, in appear
ed urious ag~lty skid to be a most lux
ve Thue worsted -at a very low cost.
>r- the carpet argns1 forming the face of
bobbins the wvpunid from ordinary
colora being array of the carpet, the
of patternU requires. 'l by a comb as thue
ini through metal tubel ends are passed
me the bobbins in prop delivery, and
ws then fixed on an ende.se i~noe are
ly loom. As the chain11l n over the
wiii clips seize each bobbin valves, metal
ible oil the chain, and di'pirn, take it
worsted among the warp-t ends of
ikdcarpet, wvhere they are at o-.ls of thi
ked xed, and a circular knife et firmly
seer worst,3d at a proper leyei. TIhml' the
icair is returned to the chain, and 'tibir
edm' eeding one dealt with, and so ong
anmd tin uously..
in' Card collectors please buy seven 1
Dobbins' Electric Soap of any gri
deed and write Cragin & Co., Philadoll
liat's Pa., for seven cards gratis, six co
iveni and gold, Shakespeare's "Beyen I
over'- of Man."I Ordinary, price 25 cents,
S. Xmosee, a Belgian enginer,
r old poses8 to util!z.e the safety -lamp fc
in a vealinig theo presencee of fire-dam
Sand collieries. It is well known ths
-min- tiame of the lamp efongutes an
atter qulires a higher calorie' power wvi
air which contains light carbul
hyudrogen, or marsh gas. A pie'
vr is mietal ma so placed as to be eloni
of pec- by this flame; this produces eli
lation contract, anid <auiscs a bell to
kalies, several of these lamps should be p
yMons, In different parts of the mine and
ar' and numbered.
KumEYwon'dr is a remedy which rf
p~ cani fouli humors from tihe blood, and
upahealthy action in- every organu. Torpi
gv sa noys and liver loafi to gravel, diabetel
i hll siplation, piles and rheulatism. lE
. heWort is tile surest and safest remedy
y (lay -(ouant~l.
amn Tur. mombers of the Ponnl Miutual I
a1 ma miuranic Company, of Philadelphia.
t fafail to derive satisfaction from a pol
ge in- tile Annul~s Statomonht published in
icavier colun. Theim business of the year h
c girls mnoit prospiorousa being conducllted, as
others ones, with the sole ohject of providm
lo lhfe insurance at the lowest posei
,and nobievin'g this result with the
15s)pa1r. . mneasuroe of success.
irs In a
:,wenty- There is Nothing certali
.change except death, and that Is now rond
tromol yuncertain by tile discovery of
liltely Nortauin cure-for the moat pain
pair Of bodily ailments, Iles. For 8.000 yoari
is oneI and mnedlil men have rivalled caoh
torturning the mts rablio sufferers by
rible disca o with lul manilnor'of bar l
akornoranit ahid useless nostrumsa and dem
akormight stIll have gone on for a thous'
11 earsa n ... but for the discovery of Anakel
ati or Woffinh *ho has ever sufered -l4
iony of Piles, will thank us for calling.at
nton to an almost Infallible remedy for this
readful disease. 800,000 affiloted sufferers
itify to its unparalleled virtues. Doctors of
A medical schools endorse and use it. It is
a once t e triumph and admiration of the
e; FIpIm safe, ffmpt and permanent, it
lieve. pain at e, upp ts and boln
resses the tumors and ultimately oureh the
orst eas6e of Piles, no matter of how long
andingi AbsolutQ, infallibility is not posel
io, but piedical science has nothing more
early so than "Anakesie." It Is the discovery
' Dr. 8. -Blsbeo, an accomplished chemist and
racticing physiclan, after 40 years' study and
xporlence. Samples of "Anakosis" are sent
reo to all sufferers by P. Neustaedter & 00.,
6x 8940, Now York. Sold by druggists every
here. Price $1.00 per box.
WILL CURE SCROFULA,
Vogetine will eradicate from the system every
dtit of Scrofula and Scrofulous Humor. It has
ermanently cured thousands in Boston and
Icinity who had been long and painful auffer
Pimples' and Humiors on the
Reason should teach us that a blotchy, rough.
r pimpled skin depends entirely upon an in
Drial cause, and no outward application can
ver cure the detect. Vegetine ls the great
For this complaint the only substantial beno
t can be obtained through the blood. Yoge
LnQ is the great blood purifier.
If-Vegotino is taken regularly, according to
Lirections, cortoin qnd speedy cure will follow
. Faintness at the $tomaoh.
Vegetino is not a stimulating bitters which
:reates a. tietitious appetite, but a gentle tonic,
rhich assists nature to restore the stomach to
Vegetino acts 'irectly upon tie causes of
hoso complaints. It invigoratis and strength
mas the whole system,. acts upop the secretive
>rgans and allays inflammation.
In this complaint the good effects of the Vege
-ine are realized immediately after commenc
ng to take it- as debility denotes doficiency of
he blood, and Vegetine acts directly upon the
H. B. STEVENS, Boston, Mass.
Fegetine Is Sold by all Druggists.
.leep, Appetite, Strength
Return when Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters
systematically used by a bIlious dyspeptic su
ferer. Moreover. since the brain sympathist
closely with the stomach and Its associate o
gans, the liver and the bowels, as their d
rangement is reclinled by the acerfon of the Bi
ters, mental despondency produced Ly thi
For ,aale by all Druggjists and Dealers
The Only Remedy
Tht Acts at the Same Timie on
S he Liver, The Bowels and The Kidneys
This combined actilon giees i wondetful
power to cured aI diseases.
aee Wh Are We Sick ?
Ihia cae we allow these great or gans So be
lora e clogged or torpid, and Ol8Onlos hu
Lgeg are therefore foced into the 6
udbe ey pdelnaturally.
P in ipatien, Kidnel
t the .es,'Weak.
] no. reaorrders
ien inl r h uffe ransan
etted Why ntorme w er iea..
30Ofd Wfindure nervous or0 loin)
ated Vhy hare sleepIess n,, a I
,tric U.. JIID?1EY-WORT 6ndr i
ring, -elh 5areeal po
lactd U of yor .Drugl ist, he tout ort
i (wit1 ued post paid.) Burlingtofl,
d i- O A1-O XIIANGE FOR 8T
hin- m o A~L~1 i impro- Form
(dnoy Address PIIILIP LO ~etocm
END10 (CENTS to C. W. PERLEY to
S to Kiudlo Fire' Withoi at K di Wa
cannot A YEA R ants expensee
neal of 1 1 Outfit Tree. Ad'
mother i P. o v10KERnY. Aug
m rior Liest
g rolla- Dr. M% M. C. IAT x WetsMiii
y Stt at aie A iui
rdo New, Aefite, (a prhe eiV. A Comag
ab.Librarr nisl uen tuiaito attes
~id of all TELLS HOW .,g
, ak M gke Moeney An eer
that ter-1 ftiu ratXs litoD 0.,P la
r~ou, ig- -1 -*MCID OP
ces, and 'Tnose answerna an aaverisae
mid -more confer a favor upo theO adyert
*Ukiahi.rTIaD ANxUAL MProMT
Pen Mitoal Lie luorace Co.,q
Not Assets, January 1. 1880................. 60,642,462.24
Premium receipte............. 0.97267
Interestrocoipts,eto........... 3,99.6 1,46,72.26
Total ..... ........ . 8,107,034.49
Losses ad endowmeants ..... 61806
Sividends to policy-Iolders. 6,299.97 - E
apsod and surrendered poll
ces et, . . . .. . . .... 128,920.29
Cominisstlons, salaries. fedl- 18902
Cal foq aocy exp's, eto.. 186,621.12 C
Taxes, gota expenses, advor
tiling, .. . .. 64,981.74 1,148,679.74
Not assets, January 1, 1881.... 06,958,354.76
U.S. 6 or cent. bonds, Philadelphia
and city loans, I. I. bonds bank and
other stocks,worth S2,941,783.60,.... $2,626,076.07
Mort ages, first lions on properties
worh $6,217.700.. ........4.........2,842,447
Preiniurn notes, seue6yplcis.6-oi2.17tJ.ki
Loans on collatorals, oto... ...........322,119.40
omo Office, and Real estate bought to
Cash on hand and in Truast Uompanien.,. 289,73002
Ne ldor as a above ..... .........608.357
Net deferred ans unrported I
prenIum ................ 6101,444.13
Interest duo nd accrued .... 91,674.01
Market valuo of stocks, oto.,
over cost.................... 315,708.43 508.820,60
Gross assets, January 1, 1881-- 67.407,181.35
Losses reported. but not duo.8161,342.75
Reserve. at 4 per cont.; to ro
i nsure risks .. 5,907,135.00
Dividends onuleR Iifi;;lo-h5d"'
and unreported policies.... 76,348.89
Surplus 4 per cent. basis .... 1,262,354.71 87,461,181.85
Surplus at 4% per cent., Pennsylvania
No. of poi'cies In force ..................... 12.23.
Amount at risk......... .........631,608,c6J.00
SAMUEL 0. IiUEY. Presidont.
EDW ARD M. NEEDLES, Vico-Proildent.
H. S. STEPH ENS, 2d Vico-President.
J. J. DARKERl, Actuary.
1HENRY AUSTIE, Secretary.
HENRY 0. BROWN, Ass't Secretary.
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them bfte ~ ure or injurious
a Se-ut "' . .ajl
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,, Maine. DruinkoneSe,tiikio no Other,
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xcel all-remedial agents in the oure of Chronito,
iorofulous, Constitutional and Skin Diseasos.
)ut It Is the only positive ouro for
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4 FLUENZA, DIF;4THERIA,
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thit instently stops the most excruclatlnig
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I 1iainnetlsona of tine Bladder,
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Palplbtint tlin of the Ilear,.
Hyateries, crouAp, D Iphithierar.
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Chilblains andI Frost Elites.
The application of the lteady Itelle0 to vie part
or parts wuero the paIn or ci ticulity exIsts w.,1
afford ease anit comf ort,,
Thirty to sixty drops in a half tumbler of
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Sprains. uour Stomach, Heartburn, S!ck ileal
achr-, Diar-rhnoi, Dysentecry, Colic, WInd in thes
Bowels, and ail internal pains5.
Travelers shouldl always carry a bott le of IR *d.
way's Readiy Reie<f with them. A few dropa ini
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BWObserve the following symptoms resulting
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A few doses of R AnwAY's PILLS will free the
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