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INFLAMED BAG.-WaIm poultices
should be applied to the cow's bag by
means of a broad linen bandage tied
over the loins. It theuld have holes
in it through which the tests should be
allowed to protude. Apply the band
age first, and then fill in an ample
poultice of equal parts of ground flax
seed and bran. The udder should be
kept free from milk, both by allowing,
the calf to suok and by frequent strip
ping by the hand. Stimulants should
next be applied, with smart friction,
by the palm of the hand, such as soap
liniment or turpentine liniment. At
the same time the bag must be con
stantly supported by means of a sheet
tied over the loins, and having holes
in it, thiough whioh the teats can pro
trude. Feed moderately on sloppy
food, and administer a pound of Gluau
ber salts dissolved in a quart of warm
water, and to which nud an ounce of
ground ginger. If, in spite of these
efforts for relief, abscesses should iorn
they should be freely openett with a
laneet and the matter evacuated. Tile
iesulting wounds may be dressed with
an ointment of one part of Venice tur
pen tine and two parts of' hog's lard.
CARBON IN WHRAT.-The carbon In
whjeat and other plants is derived not
from the soil, but from carbonic acid
in the atmosphere, the supply Of whliih
is kept up by combustion, decay, the
respiration of mien and animals, etc.
The amount of carbon In the atinos
phere Is only one part in ten thousand
of air, and -et this supply is ample
for the purposes of vegetation. In ati
Engiish ield, which has now grown
wheat for thirty-seven yearb In suicces
sion, there are soine plots to which not
an ounce of carbon hats been returned
during the whole of that period. Yet
with purely mineral manure, an aver
age of' 1,000 pounds o1 carbon are
annually removed from the land, and,
where a given amount of nitrogenous
manure is employed with the mineral
manure, an average of about 1,500
pounds per apre per annum more Is
obtained, in all, an average of about
2,500 pounds of carbon annually as
simitlated over an acre of land without
tny return of carbonaccous manure
NXkvV. use a check rein upon a horse
at work, as It is calculated to worry
and injure the animal more than the
work lie is required to do. If a mtan
has a heavy load to draw, he lowers
his head by bending forward, and
thriows the whole weight of his body
against It. 8o does a horse If lie Its
perinitted to de so. I1't if the man 's
head were so tied back that he could
not bend forward, lie would lose the
adilvalitsge of his weight; Just so Witli
the hoise. By taking ol or loosening
the check rein on a horse atwork, you
not (only increase his muscular power,
but abandon a. fashion which is both
rniel and foo)lish.
A 'I uRKmEy usually sits ?G lays in me
lium weather, and is a steady incuba
tor, bringing out all tbe eggs at onCee.
'I'he young should remain on the nest
without disturbance Jor the first 24
hours. If a good miother, she will take
care of the empty shiells, usually tuck
in- them around out of' the way under
Ale tail. When necessity demands sle
will lead the brood g(uletly from the
nest, and if' the weather be warni and
without storms, will succeed vell in
rearing the brood uider ler own man
naement. T'urkeys shioud n( ot conme
ofr until .he fittt week iu .J uno. JHy
that tme cold storins are over andi the
air is nild.
IF there is any One t aiing mnoic beau
tii'ul than another ini a garden of flow
ers, that thing is a beautiful girl.
Physically, there can be nothiug bet
ter for' dhaughters, and, iusdeed, for
many wives. thani to take sole charge
of a smiall tiower gardeni. Th'Ie bene
fits dleivedI io earlf' risi ng, stirin g
the soil, snui hng pur ie morniog air, are
freshness and1( gh w of' cheek, and
brightness of' eye, <hcerfumlness of temi
per, ygor' of imid anid pirity ol
A'TI NNT IoN t o l it rle h ings abouit the
fnrm, as in any otheri bausiness, is what
i ncr'eases the priofits. Plenty of eggs,
a tew chtckenis, a few calves, a colt or
two, help out wonderfully. .t' sonme
of the per'quisites arising are givena to
the chmlirena foir time care bestowed they
will cheerflly help in tihe garden, anet
thus anotheri important item is adlded
to the w~el l-beinig t' the lmliy..
'1Tux rasing ofi she(ep Ia of the gr'eat
est, beneictt ty the hland, beeailse wheri
evci' they feed, niew and~ sweet gr'asses
grow anmi fiourish, andi thme weeds arec
desl iroyed. Farmers 110hould raise tur'
nips and let d them to sheep.
EtviY a hcre Of lantd tl.at a farmern('I
own, thait pays him i nothini g, and is
not inicecasig in value, is runninug
ht im behind, because t~he taxes imust,'be
CORN rq il ti'es f'er'tility and ettiti va
tion, w itihout, whieh it mnatlt'rs not, h<,w
gotdt your seed, youi will never have a
Tux~h man whoso water'inmg trotugh is
not diry, and whose stoek enn drink
their flit under cover, hia~ much to be
Itulesi for Living.
1 am no0 dt etor, quack or' pill-vender,
yet 1 have haid a priett' goodt ilong lhfe and
a happy one. May I not, therefore, give
liy simlae rules5 for hiealtht in hopes some
poor5 tiavelotr oin the upj or' downi hilil of
life may luok at thlai andi perhiaps be b~en
efitted sty thenm? I lad praticied thiem
for imanny years, tad thiey' have done mae
good; perhaps they uany dot god to
Tlhey are inexpensive aind many lie easily
abandoned mf t hey' cause any13 harim.
Keep ini thle sunlight just as much as
possible. A platt wii not thrive without
the sunaitn, much less a man.
Brmeatiie as much fi eshi iri as yeur busi
ness will permt. Th'is mankes fieshi blootd;
biut it will neveir be found within the four
walls of your butikinig.
Ileneathi the open sky, just there, it.
C')mes' to y'ou.
lie strictly temperate. Yout cannot
ibreak organiclaw 01' any othier law with
Keep the feet always warm andi head
cool. D~itease iand death begin at thie feet
more coimmonly thanm we thmik.
If out of order see wviihi of the above
rules yoit have not ob)see, thou rub
yourself all over with a towel, satturatedi
with salt, watei', well dlried, and1( begin
upon01 the rules aigami. .
h~ook evei' on the briight, side, which is
thme heaveaj side of life. Th'ius is far better
Th'lese seven simplle rules, good for thei
valid or invalid, if rightfully observedl,w~oui
save I a1pet cen a (deal of paml, pr'ohong
you, life, ad so farm as health. goes, make
it worth htavlng.
.Will you, then mprac,,,e th,.. ?
CULTIVATING SPINAGH.-A person
mnay go into half a dozen country gar
dens, where every kind of ea-v-grow
iWg, wholesome, necessary and desir
able Yegetable ought to be grownj md
not see a bed of spinach, Incompara
bly the best of everything coming
under the ibad of "greens." How
often we see both women and tne n
searching qloug old- worm-fence oor
ners, and tie edges of woods where
leaves have collected, for the young
shoots of the "poke," to be usnd as
greens, and how gieatly It Is enjoyed
at a season when It Is difieult to got
fresh young vegetables; and yet how
much infer ior it is to the garden spin
aich, which can be grown for seven to
eight moiths in the year. A bed can
ba sown as early in the spring as the
ground can be worked, and by sowing
at interyali thr ush the season a dish
01 it can ha had 'upon the table when
ever -it may be destrud. The last crop
to be is d carly in spring before it can
be glo,% n ai a spring-crop, and which
will begili to grow the uoirent the
frost is out of the ground, should be'
sowi, say thi beginning of October,
aid when freezing weather comies it
thould be lightly covered with s.raw
and a few bean pooes rlid upon the
straw to prevent the winI from bl.w
Inug it may. The "ll. ooundtle spn
ach,'' wh.cii is it .e ian impr oved
variety, Is prtt rabie to aiy oWier vari
ety that we have growi.
IN headache due to determination of
blood to the head, aind in fever, the
following simple treatment is to be
comimended: Put a iandful of sit.
Into a quart of wiater, amid an oluce of
spirits of hartshorn and half an ounce
or spirits of cainphor. Cork tihe bottle
rightly to prevent the escape of, the
spirits. Soak a piece of softeloth with
the mixture and apply it to tie head;
wet the rag Irosh as soon ab it getsa
heated. Soaking the feet in very warm
water in which a spoonful of ,iustird
has been stirred, 1i ao beielleial inl
draw ing the bloo-I from the head. Two
teaspooifuls of powdered ciarcoai.
well stirred in hall a glass of water
and drink it orce is i vaduale reinedy
in sick eliadache from sour stomrach,
IatiuIence, ec. Tincture of niux
vomien Is recommended ny Ringer aw
piosseis'ed or remal curative powers wlhen
given in drop doses, repeatedly every
dye or tell minues for eight or tenr
doses, aId then continued it longer
Iintervals, for sick headrachIe, accorl
paniied with acute gastric catarrir,
wif ther due to error il diet, consiaIL
Lloi, or ii atraprIrern t cruse.
ONE draw-back to the reecntly dis
coveed tildiphonre has been Its large
cost, but M. Colladen, of Geneva, has,
after considerable expie'I nting, so
s1npilled aid cireaipenledI the Imustru
meit tiat a serviceable aiudiphone
can now be piirchised for fifty cen
times imstead of lfty francs, the form
er price. lie substitutes ai variety of
thin pasteboard for the hardenied rub
bor iereCoIore used.
Tn Ic mitritive value of milk 13 hiardly
stullicleitly rappreciated. According to
best aidn most recent iirlyses, goord
milk corntiis in each quartt: Blutter,
.1,,, oz.; easein, 2 11 oz.; milk sugur, 1
oz., arnd tal1, husphlaIte etCU., lielal
.i (. Two quarts of inifik, therefore,
witih 12 oz. bread, contiln s. illerit,
rnrrtrlunenit, for a uill grown innini d0i3.
No clieaer food of equal Value aid
easy assnrinilationr can be found.
Kx ENTUCK Y l'O'rA'ro.-Raiw ipotnatoes,
inIlk, peppei~r, salt, tensploonirl of
flour, burtt~r. Shiee tihe potatoes very
thin, put threu in your baukinig didi
rind jursi cover iherin with iiullk, add a
. little salt rand pepper arnd a few bits of
butteor, nrlx Lire llour in Lire inllk, bake
iia nice brown. 1)0 riot, purt tire potaitoes
ini i later raLer they have been slieud.
UnciF Sour-Ox tail, one ovuron, one
carrot, one smarrll tuirnrip; boil these
together in one gallon of wrater two
hours, or till thre meat Is tenrdor; thenr
cut tire inlent In small pieces, add pep
per, ai little salt, celery seed, thIcken
with ai little cornstaurch arid boil half
rn hour; strrinr anrd serve; toast sonic
breadi, cut ini dice sharpe rind radd tihe
last tin g.
To prevent tire oxidatIon of' a new
teni-kettle, first warsh it throrourghly in
saipello soap, rinse well in clear hot
waiter, andlu dry over thre brick of tire
stove. Seaild otit thoroughly3 bef'ore
usinrg, arid puit one or tivwo clean oyster
shellIs In tihe kettle, anid keepi sonie
there ail tihe time unitil thre kettle be
ginis to gr ow snrmot and1( shows no
loinger any1 sign or rurstlig.
lFnom re'ports inarde bry lire (iermanii
ri'lw iayi comtpaiec It aippearrs that
about11 (17 per' cent. of' their coacinrrg
sfoik IS lit, with rapenbed'Ou oIl, 1(6 per
cent. wiithi gas, rind 15 per centi. with
canid les. it is Irepredoi fromi varriouis
hiydrocrbonr-yielding suibstancres, an id
ia 'ompi~r~t ere luito hrohlers f'rom five
rand onie-harlf to six atrmosphreres.
Ca~ouicenou: marry be utterly iruinetrd
bry ithe use of implure solvenits, andi
tho~se'O experiimin~Ilg with inidiai-ruh 1
ber-soliloirs should, ini crases w herec it
Is desirable, regenrera e tire cioritchiore
by llhowhig tire soivenit to evnaporaute,
riaklng rho utmroste care trot to emrploy
lany solvents wich coritalin faitty or
T1'now ai shovel fuli of manurei i armoundl
t e old plants of' rasp~berrty,black bei ry,
grapes rind cuirrratns. If t hey havi e
tiorrn two onr thir'ee yeariis It will hlp
ire f'riin rg for anmothier5Ji seaso. Trimi
oiut, all old raispber'ry aind blackbe rry
woodI arid bun.
.1F you wish to frost thre top of a
caike an ld not tire sides,amid areI- trom le(d
by tire frosting runnintg oyer on tihe
sides, taike ri piece of' wiriting paper)C
aund pin1 aliltnd thre enike; set, tire er ke
in tire hieater brick of' tire ou'en, or', If
time oven Is not to wairmr, It may be set
in threre for a few nminuites to harden.
Wrnira l'oraioICS.-Wip buolledi
Liotatioes to Ccriamry Alighatness wvith a
foirk ; beamt Iin burtter, miiilk, pepp~ier timd
alt ; ait last, tire I roified wiv te of aim
egg; toss irregirly 13 pon ra dIshi, set,
in the o yen (Ii o ti minutes to reheat., btL
do nrot let it color.
miatoes, one ~ iaart, vinregar i, Liiree
poti nds sirgar, oiie inspoom au, elmina
mlol, onre of' cloves, (one oh inglish
miisitardl, a rid onre of r e I pCp)1er ; boll
downr till qitme lbick.
A ,u w pm it 's m or the mranrrIitit re
of airrinor plates, r'ecenrthy in ve~nteo mn
Eniglaind, I itodluices steel I into thei I
conistrteton, whier'eas Iohlrely Luhey
were irnade whiolliy of i-on, It is irrii.
ced that the sti el gi rK tly hricr< asos tL 6
resistive power (if tire platosd, Th'ie
war' ships of the. present, day are likely
to be claid with thris new Muid of airrmor'.
JUDOIC WHITING Was Chief Justiee
nf Wisconsin about forty years ago.
Tudge Woodle was an Associate Jus
A e. Judge Whiting mai not consid
ered a very brilliant man, but, though
0is perceptions were sluggish, his mo
tives were always tru'tworthiy. Judge
Whiting and Judge Woodle were tray
3'ing tsgether, ha-ing appeals from
assi prius terms. Taey traveled oi
liorf-eback, an. on one 'occasslon oo
iupled a rooim together. Judge Whit
lug had a very shapely foot (a fact
which lie was supeeted or knowing
,s well as anybody). Judge Woolie
had club feet (as to which lie was stis
peeLed of being very senaitive). On
the occasion I speak of Judge Whit
ing wis lying stretched on the only
bed there was ti the roorn, .with ont
f his shapely 1et extending out ol
the bed. Ile looked up and saw J udg(
Woodte lookin-g at Lhe foot intently.
"What are you looking ti?' said
"At your f ot, Whiting," isaid
Voodle. "An-1, to you know, if I had
your feet I wouli be almost willing t(
have your head ".
(Springfield. (Mass.) Daily UnFon.]
l'hey tell It oil one of our citizens
who was ambling toward his place of
business, that he was approached by a
lady acquaintance of the family, who
said: "Mr. -, I hor you are suffering
from rheutnatismi, is it so?'' "Runor
'tis in'isatlid our citizen of fev' words,
as he proceeded on his way. Over in
Ch icopee our neighbors and frientls
have been havinig quite a time with
rheumatism; but according to reports
received by our representative the
flurry Is over, as the sure antidote has
been used and thus commented up-)m:
Mr. C. N. Manciester, Cutler street,
says relative to his experlence: I have
used St. Jacob's Oil, and esteem it the
best remedy for rliciniatiSin I have
Over tried, It acts like inago), aind I
cannot overestimate its value. wher
I pronounce it the greatest rheumatic
remedy of the age.
A LAD at Easto n, Pennsylvani l, en
tered a drug store, bottle in hand, an
sai( he wanted ten cents worth o
"armahymiony. The drugger toh
him to repeat the .word, and said
"D1)on't you mean arnica or amnonila?
"I dunn110o,'' was the reply.
"'What ls it for?'' asked the (Irug
"Can't tell,'' said (he boy. startlin
slowly out. When near the door
bright ide lilminateil him, an1d ht
turned antd 11.s e ( lie di u4gigt: "I
your wile lilt you on the head with
chair leg, wh'eli of them niedicis.e
would you get to take the swtllii
''i'hieii ill lier it] ten ceits w orth,'
repl lid the boy ; and lie giazed love
Ingly it a big stick of lleorfee Its ti
arliiun wias beling'o tied.''
"Dox'i y u knIow it's very vron,
to smoke, my boy ?" said an elderly
looking lady, In a railway waltiig
room, to Yosig A nierica, who persist
ed in pisii-g a che i ega-rette, muel
to the old l:d y's discomfort.
"Oh, I smoke for my health,'' anl
swered the boy, eiittInig a volumic o
smoke fromt his mouth which almnos
St-ra nigled the 01(l lady.
"'But you never heard of a eur
from smoking,'' Contihned the old lad
w~heon shec had regained couisciousnxess
"Oh1, yes, I did,'' pers'sted the bo3y
ns lie formned his mouti int) A youn
Vesu' ins workinig 01k full time; 'tIat'
thue wsay they cure pigs.''
"'Snoke on then,'' quickly -replie
the old lady ; '"there's somue hope Lo
you yeLt ?'
[Milwaukeo Evening Wisconsin.)
Thie spir~t of mnortal may not be verj
proud, but wve snotlee it waxes overlj
p~rofanec in soi1ne cases where rheutna.
tism is the moving cause. We use St
Jacob's Oil for ours and are happy.
A CtTA IN litersary gentlemain,wvish
Sig to be ur .disturbed one daiy,inustruct
ed( his Irish servant to admIt 1n0 0114
and if sany one shiouild inquire for him
to give him an ''equ.y e LI anaver.
Night came sand Li e gecsn-mm pre
ceeded to inteti ogate I'.L ?1as to his cal
"'ld aniy ouse call?'"
"Yes, sir, wan gi nilemian."'
"Whaist (lid Ibe say ?''
''le aXed was yer hoiior~ lii.'
''Well, what did( you Lell him.''
"'Sure I gave htiu a qilvikle ansawe
"''low waLs that?"
"'I asked him was lis granadmsothie
a amonkey ! ''
"Tls ISn111't a1 msennaer i'e,''"1 sarpl
observed ant ira'seible deaucog, [,o a gna
who wais flymng to horce aL p~asa
through thie crow a4st a clhiurci h dor
the atsranger-, ''or they wvouldii n'Lt s av
any13 o1 tiheaniial s to) block uip the en
iT' i 5aid that h(vOecoiner ail~'i
thi ni Is, but a jump I ig ionbi.hacheii, tha~
k nows 1 s 1 ut-bess, ands' stmrltiy at
teiaI to it., casn, for thie Limue blin i
ni ake a msan fo'get, Lhat he eve
lovedl at sall,
Dl~ you ever kntow ainy person to b)1
lii, without. inaution of the Stomach.
Liver or kidnueys,(1r udid you ever kniow
one whio was well wheii e'ithetr was ob
structed or inactive; samd dI you evei
know or hiear of anuy ease of the kim
that 1101p Hitters wvoiib not eure.--Asi
your- neighbor thIs samse (jtiestioni.
.Jon wva tdutlhess the first hitn oron
pasragraph)ler. Yes "but lie niever st*)
h.is inaitte-, anud his lhuimor- wais alwny:
boiled downs andi hiad ai head.
ilansua--Ilave some oil -sIr? Cue
t-)iner.-No, 1 dho not, 1use it any more
lHarber--Oll rIght; give iL uap en tire
Iy, sir ? ('usto ne--Yes, ol|-together
A N old lady13 wvho lad be en sreadin~
thne heath iasllieeri's weekly repoi
ihought 'T'ol" in~saust le 'i ".-. f uhll
iiiali gnianit dIiseaseb, since as ri4 ny 1513'd
(5f it as sill the rest lhut teotlher.
TuEm a an whao was walhLinag for~ some,
ting to t.urn upl wa re 53wardeid whleu
lie steppsed upon the e.dge of a barare
A 'RAC ft Xjrsiosn n( ces ary
Whlen you 30iSay t hat at giril's hir is as
blaclk as ia coal it is j.1ist ais wvel 1 1
speelfy ( thait yvou dot not mleat a red.~l
N 0 headt os- 11a1 10 it-A cel e.
T1A Km-N on1 the spOt-The~ merts'es.
WESLL posted-A telegraph line.
X8 TIlE GRIEAT
Purifles the Blood, Renovates and
Invigorates the Whole System
Debility is a term used to denote a tefleionny
of blood. The nutritive constituents of the
blood aro in less than their regular proportton,
while the watery part is in excess. Dollity is
or fi-equent ocourrence. It is incident to a va
riety of diseases. The lower linbs are. apt to
be swollon. .'he patient Is feeble and cannot
boar much exertion. The circulation Is irregil
lar, but almost always weak. Palpital ion of
the heart Is a very common symp toi. Violent
elnotion oft-on throws the heart into the most
tunultuous action. The vital functions are
lanuidlyperformol. Tito nus'ular st-rongth
Its dii~hed; fatigue follows todorate or sight
exercise. The breathing, though quiet when
at rest, becornes hurriO I and even painfully ag
itated under exertion, as in running, ascending
heights, &c. The nervous system is eften
greatly disordered. Vertigo, dizziness, and a
feeling Of falutness are very common. Violent
and obstinate neuralgie pains In the head, side
and breast, or other parts of tho body, are also
frequent attendants upon toe liseaso. Thit se
Cretions aro sonetines ditninished. In fonales
the monses are almost always either suspended
or very partially performed. The ble Is scanty,
and costiveness, with unhoalthy evacuations
from the bowels, and dyspeptio state of the
stomach, aro extromoly comnon symptoms.
Disease of the Blood.
BAi.TIMORE, MD., April 28, 1879.
IIt. H1. I. STEVENS:
IWear Sir: I have suffered for about two years
with a diseaise of the blood, and attor lusing
diforont rcic(itie, i)it, fiuding no relief. I wai
indiwed to try Vt get,ine. After taking two
bottles I wias entirely cure(. I have recon
monded It to all my friends, and believe it to
be the best mediceit of the kind in it o.
Yours truly, ICANDEi LUSBY.
IS THE BEST
Vegeulne Ist4old by All Dhruggists.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM, OF LYM, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
- Is a Positive Curo
for all those Pninnl Comipinints and Weaknessie
SO cointons tooser best fetunlo popalutiom.
It will cure en'irely the worst form of Fenolo Com
plint, all ovarian trouiles, Inilanminiation and Ulcers
tion, Falling and DispIncenents, anel tho consequeal
f Gplinl Wenkneo, aid is particularly adapted to th
Chantgo of Life.
It will dissolvO ancd expe' tumors from the uterus ir
an early stage of dlevelopinont. Th tendency to can
eurous luniorathere Is chuckett very3peedily by its use
it retriovei haltitanas, fintuilency, dstroyiall eravin
efor atimtlants, unti relieveit weansess of the stomnach
,It cutres lilunting, Ilenciaches, Nervous I'rostration,
Oonienal Dubity, sgecarunness, Depre~sston and Indi
That foolIng o.' bearIng ilown, causing pain, weighi
and backar'he, is atwaysi Iorrnanentlly ettml'i by its itse.
-1 It will at ail tInewa nt uniter aU. circauitstanees acrt Itc
l' harmnony itfh that lawat that govern the~ fenl system,
For the euroof Kliliney t'oinlinEta of either sex thiu
Comnpound i: ultistmrpnesect.
LYlilA 1F. IN lufA'S VEO ETARII.E OOM
POUND) Is lirepiareli at mt3 a,:ui 235 westrn Avenue
Lynn, M1a4. 'rico S 1. SIx hot tles fu~r er,. .Sent ly masi
in the fornm of hills, alsno iit the formn of lo~zenges, ot
receipt of prIco, 91 per biox for citi er. 31rs. l'inkhasn
freely attawers all'.4te.rs uof htuiiry. SuntI for. pamph
let. Address as abiove. Metioni this Iiper.
No fantily shloutmi be ithunut LVD)J A 1. PINKCIIAMW
LIVERi l'Ib..s. They cur.' cotasttiation, biliounesh
.and torpicdity of th.. lIv:'r. 2 cenits peor box.
er Soldl by -I' "''woe -j'
If Vou are a mnan If you are a
ofitusiness,weak man of lit
ened by the strain of teratoiing over in
- your dluties avoidl nighit worktoe
stiuilants a nd usae tome brain tiervan
Hop Bitters, wasiao, o oaB.
If you arm young anti suffering fronm any to.
4liicretio~n or alissipia rionm ; rfyou Ire mnar
rii or slttgln, old or young, nulroring fronm
poorhlitalthi or tigulih inmg .)n ai bed of sick.
news, rely on H op Bitters.
Whioever y ou are '..housgnds die an
whliever y u el tianlly I r o m1 some
tht,. y o u r'syutitn form of KIdno y
uintisltin, to.:- disense that ni a t
. ig r timitinati, havo heeftlirovent ci
wir oti ~ letn, by a timely use of
t ak o H op * HopBitters
B it t ers.
of theo stomaich, IT -ain irresista
tiwelii, iOod bl0 eCU r o for
ter or iimesw .litinkenimess,
I You will be tobitooo, or
cu 'djf yu us narcotics.
If you are aim. Sohil by drug
lywenk and VER iits. senud for
nya irial~ty NVER Cirilar.
I ttitr may~ DlIm3U
I ife o i~t has MWr'u Co-,
saved hun-l Rteh,.ter, N. .
dreds. ' - ---- &m. ..st.
For b'itidav Schools:
T HI E Etie ACO N II4 H T (30 cents.) is tin
deni:edly onet of I hO best .ounda1 y School 50om
hlooksI ia t awen publlishedt. hly J1. 11. Tein
Ity tin I g. A. hiorrfinin. IMtonti 3 dimes for spo
()LI V ETTi It, (50 cent-); lILE it TAYLO It, (rW
Cts) TIIf c MASeCOT. ($lht). Four editIons o
scry popullar operats.
F'or general Jtdaders and for'TOWN IllItAlti
3 As fte (reat, Masters really created moderi
millic no mflioena~ ia tiihirougihly po'Itl
tunflliet has read their lives, initson & t0o0
puitiish excitllnt, and( very reatdahlo1 blog.
rni :'hies of flet hoven ($2), htandel (2). htOssii
- Wi'tb.*r (2 viiis., teach $!.f6t). i rleti hinann ($1.50).
,i Ii.se':tre all elegtnt, voilumies, nia are the ito*
.01 '.nii ii Ographty of AMozart. (l.7), Ieloatioven
ii 0gra Idetl Iftinanee ($i.f,). andthe14( L4'ttorr
.of Mivizari. (2 Vols.. etch $1.fi), hlitoven's Leol
iers <$2).h lindelssohni's L~etters (2 serIes, each
.5 t.5)), aoil Ulrbitus 9ketche~s of Emginent, Mi Oe
c.: com pi~iosors (ITie.) The most, valuah e Musi.
cal lits or. is Ititlter's hIistory of Music (2 vo .s.,
etch4 $i b) anid the most eniertainitig lii ord
c 'I Skitches are thoses in L.. C. lsonuis wep'
wtrlttcii Curiosities of Mtuiit ($1).
Oliver Dltson & Co., Boston.
A (I.NrWANTED FOR
Tebtand Chleapest, illustrated cilition of
I Ihe lIeviseil Now Teslamint.. Miillins of peoptle
are waiting for It.. Im, 1ot he dieceived b. i-lhe
t'heao Johnii biblishert of Interior ed tionts. See
that, liho copy yout buv' contains Ell>0 tine on
grav.lngs on a eel0 andl wood. Agentsa are coin
lif money slling tii etdition. Sed for circul
N(ATFoNAI. PUll tsiio Co., Phtilattelphila, Pa.
RE ESF GUtg WORKS,
- ttaus h,
Rife,..lot ons R 6rf,sont e,.f.d,uir eaisu
TE other day a pewter-colored,
ring-boned-spavined, skin.-ribbed apo
logy for a horse was hitched to a ve
hicle which was crawling along M[ch
igan avenue, with an Obingrant family
under the cover, when a mau on the
corner called out:
. "Say, Is that an Arabian boss?"
The stranger drove up to the curt
stone, halted, and asked what the
"I asked if that was 'an Arabian
"le mout be-ho mout be," was the
serious reply. "1 got him in trade
with a ci.ap down in in liance, and
from the' way I was took in I reckon
that old seraph not only beat the
Arabs out of tnis old' nag but got
away with seven or eight camels to
VEGETINE Is now acknowledged by
our bestphysicians to be the only sure
and safe remedy for all diseases arising
from impure blood, such as scrofula
and scrotulous humors..
A Paris firm has 'lately patented a
peculiar method of generating steam
for a steam engine. At each stroke of
the piston a certain quantity of water
Is proJected against two strongly hent
ed metal plates. The steam so produced
goes direct Into the cylinder, so that In
this arrangment not only a special gen
erator but also the valve system for the
entering steam is superfluous. The
mode of action reminds one of Rock's
petroleum motor, or other engines
driven by means of liquid hydrocar
bons. In the example given in Din -
gler's Journal, the evaporizing surface
consist df two metallicc >es, one with
in the other, with an interyal of about
1 num. botween. The hollow space is
divided into two chambers, each of
which is connected with one side of
the cylinder. The gases play first onl
the Inner surface of Lte dojtble cone,
then on the outer.
DXACON SMITu buys Carboline, the
deodorized petroleum hair renewer
and restorer, and since its improve
ment, recommends it to all his friends
as the perfection of all hair prepara
tions. This shows that the Deacon is
a wise man and knows what Is what.
An automatic brick-making machine
of great efliciency and power is aniong
the recent English Inventions. The
driving pulleys move at a high speed.
and the first shaft, which is carried on
an outside bracke:, gears by means of
a pIiion into two equal cog-wheels
these draving reapectively, one the up
right pugging shaft and top mould,and
the final finishing press. Tihe latter is
formed by an overhead cross-head, car
rying a stamp, aua connected with the
shaft below by two cranks and con
necting rods:-this *cross-head an(
stamp descending into the die in tiie
table below into whleh the brick has
been delivered, and finally compress
lug and hardening it. Underneath the
table and die is another revolving
crank or cain, which as It rises, pushes
the finished brick from the nould,
ready for delivery.
Tue greatest anxiety is experienced
least there should be a IsAW in the title
to property; yet a flaw In the title of
health-a Cough or Cold-Is disregard
ed. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup removes
all such at once.
A mi.xure o' three part-: sa:licylle acid
and eigthty-sevmn parts sllicale of mag
nesia is said 1:o be not onliy a remedy
for sweating of the feet, but when
rubbed over the wvnole body, on the
authority of Dr. Kohiomn, ai cure for
night sweaiting by cons~uIptives.
Father Is (eettin~g WVel.
My daughters says, "How much bet
ter father is since hie used Ilop Bit
ters." lie is gettIng wvell after his long
siufi'ring from a disease declared in..
curalo, and we are so glad thiat lie
used youtr Bitters.--A lady of IR >ches
ter, N. Y
A late novel application of e'entricity
is In the conistruictioni of a sndering
iran in wihich a piece of plhpin is
heated. by tthe electric current, an
employedi to fuse any kindi of solder.
P'rofessor*Tam Aia attributes the un
niiediate causae of denth by hanging to
the closing of the respiratory org inns,
No ONJC ever yet saw a man .who
made ai move to sepahrati toI (logS On
gagedl in battle as long ai hits own was
having the best of* it.
SL xxi-Lxcsa and restless ladles shiould
take LydIa E. l'inktham's Vegetable
J1-r was a dealer in zinc who lived
within his zimi'c come.
A Ti-'rom' band-Hlat band.
Burrah For Our SIde.
Many peoplo0 have lost their interest in poli
tics and in amusemonts becauso they are so
out of sorts and run down that they cannot
enjoy anything. If such peorsons would only
bo wise enough to try thlat celebrated remedy
Kildney-Worp and experiomnco its tonie and
renlovating ffrocts they would sooni be hnrrah
lng witu tile loudest. In either dry or liquid
form it is a porfoot remedy for torpid hivor,
kidneys or bowelu.-Je'.chango.
A Joyful Asnnonen.
to suffering millions 1s the glad tidings that at
last a certain cure for pilos5 has boon, discov
erod. 500,000 porsons who have used D~r.
Hilsboo's Anakosis, p~roniounce It In fallibie.
Doctors of all medils schoo15ls rescribo It In
practice ; ompirics and nostrum vendors counl
torfoit anld imitate it, and all, without exoop
tionl, admit thait it is enltitled to the inme of
''Medical Miracle." Notthing in medicine is
mlore-simplhe. rational, prompt andc certain. It
is not all accidlental blhader of ioxporlonco,
bult thle soientiflio solution of a most difficult
p~roblomi, by an accomplished phiysiciani of 40
years' practice and study. Anakesis is a
happy combination of a sootinsg poultico,
supporting ins89 runment andi culra~tive medicinoe.
It aleviates at once tile most cxcruciating
pali; It holds up thme raw, soettivo tuimors,
and by firm, continued pressulre and medcica
tion appliocd to thle swollen veins Is able to
euotemost inveterate cases of blind or
bleeding piles. Thle Inventor of "'Anakosis"
may well be rogarded as a p~ublio benofactor,
and sufferers from this terrible disease will
thank us for calling attenitionl to a discovery
so worthy. It is not less singular that in the
circular concorninlg Anakesis, full directions
are givenl for PnaPvECNTINO 'iLE~s, a fact niever
hofore observed In any medicine the propri
etors wished to sell. "Anakesis" Is sold by
druggists everywhere. Slont free on receipt
of price, $1.00 per box; saimples ifratis b~y I'
Neustaedter & Co., Box 39146 Now York, sole
maniufactuirers of "Anakosis.''
t aysAet, to soli the. Standlard Agricultural Book
Kfarming for Profit
TELLS HOW'i n';glv., n (7opo
Make Money IU ogRaga;;'s-.
14 Ilsulrst* ne.a S i fr rCIrcunr.eE~ and tages.I
J. 0. MeCU ILDY ( 00., Philadelp hIa, Pa.
Taose answenng as Aulverusaemne wnl
eoater~ ba a un the A~vertige and tbi
Pba~he bsa thtusesapuad
useolant it hig leuraal fast g
,AD E MAR
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Yackache, Soreness of the Ches,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell-.
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Footh, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and afl other
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation ou earth equals ST. JACBS OI
is a sfe, a're, Rimn to aind cheav Exiernol
Renedy. A trial entails but the comparatively
Witting outlay of 50 Cents, and every oue suffering
ith pain can have cheap aud positive proof of its
Directions in Eieven Languages.
3OLD BY ALL DRUGGIBTO AND DEALERB
A. VOGELER & CO.,
THE ONLY MEDICINE
N FiilERt I LIOUID Olt RY FORIM
That Act's ait the metit, time on
TJr ZIV E R, TJ R W0 WE it,
AYD T RL KID gzYS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
ieause in- allwii th.se great organs to
becomie coyf/ed or torpid, - and poisonous
hunorsare ther,/fe f hreced into the blood
that shoidd he e.rpelkd wuturally.
WILL SURELY CURE
PILES, CONSTIPATION, UItINARIY
AND NERVOUS DISORtDERS,
bycauslngfree action qf these organs and
restoring their power to throw qf disease.
Why suffer llilious pains and aches)
Why tormented with Plles, Constipation)
Why frightoned over disordered Kildneyst
Why endure nervous or sick headnche'sI
UkeeKIDNEY-WORTand rejoice in health.
It is put up in Dry Vegetable Form, in tin
cane one packago of which makes six quarts of
medicine. Also in Liquid Form, very Conoen.
traed, for those that cannot readily prepare it.
IVIt acts with equal efficiency in either form.
GOET IT OF YOUR DRUGGIST. PRICE, $1.00
WVELL3, RIICIIAIRDSON & Co., Prop's,
(Will send the dry posS-paid.) BURJtIRU1on, VT.
Whay Mtfrer Neettlessly
Yih t canw blntneren tort ure Of
t r crative of malial fevers, 11l *radl
ate tihe cause of so mucht suffering. No less
frecttvo is this benignant alterative In Casos
f con tipatlon, dyspepsia liver complaint,
ht Waknoes. For Sal by0 all brist ande
IIANUFAOTUREIOs OF THlE ONLY OENUIN2
T HRESH ERS,
Traction and PlaIn Engine.
Metept s Th h aot7 Est blished
ins te WAld 1848
TRAMOTON ENGINES R an
(iaulooHenm utt f uce. uaes
NIf C TaH~nl.ce anEPAi & CO.ne
132 UREA! BLOOD PUIIEI3,
Uver Complaint. Lo.
Not only toes the narsa trilan esolvent
1 lol remdalCget s in oureofhronie
lot , Contt tjonal and Skin Dideases
it Is the only positive sure for
KIDNEY AND BLADDERCOMPLAINTA
rinary and Wemb Diseases, Gravel.. Dabetes
DO Mof Water, Inoonnence .o
ease, Albuminuria, and In all
cases Wh there wre brick-dust deposits, or
the water is thtok, oloudy,- mixed with sub
stanoes like the white of an or.threadslike
white silk, or there is a mor, dark, bilious
appearance and white bone-4ust deposits, and
'Wnen there Is a pricking bunn sensaton~
whe n water andV in In small of
th ak ano along i ns. Bold by Drug.
gist. PRIOQ ONg rurLan
OVARIAN TUMOR OF T TBARB' GROWT
OUUED BY DL MADWAY'S REMIDIBS.
One bottle contains more of the active ptin0..
pies df Medicines than any other P'oparition,
E'aken in Teaspoonful doss, whle others re,
kukre Ave or six times as muoh.
CURBS AND PREVENTS
FEVER AND AGUE,
Loosoness, Diarrhcsa Cholera Morbus, or pain.
lt discharges from the bowels are stopped In
16 or 20 minutes by taking Radway's Ready Rlt.
lief. No congestion or Inflammation, no weak-.
ness or lassituqe will follow the use of the R. IL
IT WAS TUB FIRST AND IS
The Only Pain Raneedy
that instantly stops the l ost exorucliating
Pa'1s, allays inflamm1ation 5, and curais Concos
10Iln- o whether of the Lungs. stomach Boyel.
or other glands or organs, by one application,
in frosa one to twenty minutes, no mat.
ter how violent or exoruc atin the pain, toe
.1lieumnslcoled-ridden, In,2rmtVIp e ev
ou Neura o or rostrated with dt.easo may
uator, RAD AY'l READY RELIEF will atford
inflamnmatan of the Kidneys
lu1anainatten of theiladder
Inflajumation of the Bowels.
Congestion of the Lusugs
.ore Thr.at, Dif'icnit Breathin,
Mysteries, Curony Dai rth e Hear
Aleadmehe. Toothache ,
Cold Chills, Ague Cbills,
Chilblain. MMd F'rost Bite.
The applicetion of the Ready Relief to the part
.a prts ere the ain or dfliculty exists will
Thirty to sixty dropls In a half tumbler of
water will in a few minutes care Crargps,
Sprains, Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Sick H ead
ache, Diarrhosa, Dysentery, Colic,' WInd in the
liowels, and all internal pains.
Travelers uhould always carry a bottle of Rlad.
fray's Heady Relief with them. A few drops ini
frarr will prevent sickness or pains from
ahane of water. It is better thara French
L anc o r Bitt rs as a Stimulant. Price Fitty
Radway's Regulating Pills.
perfiset Purgatives, Seothing Apertemte,
AsS WIthout Pain, Always Reliable
and Natural in their Operation.
A VEGETABLE SBSTITUTE FOR OALOMEIL
Perfeetly tasteless, elegantl coated with
purge, regulate purt, cleanse and
RaDYAT's Prus. for the ours of a1 Diserdera
ef the s'tomach Liver, Bowels K14 ne Blad.
dor, Nervoui Dfseases Headache, Cnstlation,
Uostivenessf ndigesbion, D ypepata, Bilious
sees. Fever, Inflammation of b9e Bowels Piles1
and all derangements of the Internal tscera,
Warranted to effect A reto Purely
e ea oo ta ngno Lerotry erals ci
iW'Observe the following symptoms resultin
from Dise'asoe of the Digestive Organs : Cons7
p ton, Inward Piles, Fullness of the Blood in
Jad, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart.
brn Disgus of Food, Fullness or Weight in
the S'tomach, Souir Eructations, Sinking or Flutb
tering at the~ Heart, Choking or Buffeting Ben
Viin Dots er Webs lforo the srgit Feer ari
Dtull Qala in the Read, Deficienoy otf Pork tIra.
tion !elloWnoss of the Skin and yes. Pal a Ia
telhlde Chet Lims ad Sudden Flushes of
A few doses of RAnwAv~s Prue will free tb
Wstem from all the above-named disorders.
Vwtee, 35 Cents per Be..
We repeat that the reader must consult out
books and papers onA the subject of disozises and
their euro, among which may be named :
"Watse and True ,"
"Radway on Irritable tuethra,'e
"Radway on Useftuim,"
gu ethers relating to'dIfferent olasses of De
3oLD UY 3RUGGISTr
REAR **FAlSE AND TUE."
Uend alettergsas to R A DWA Y & (0.,
0. 'AWauren, Sew. Vhmreh St., New
i Ifomten werth thousands will be en
TO THE PUBLIO,
There can be no better garantee of the vain
of Da. RaDWAY'U old established H. RL. R. RUMS
bias than the base and wortbloss imitp t.iones e
them, as there are False Rtesolvont&* Rteiet
andI Pilisf Be sulre and ask pr Rtadwys an
gsthat the nape "Mv is en what s
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No other repa'ration has cured so many eases r
ofxir. (lsr('f a coznplaints as FPul e
COlts) is invaluablei in thenso diseases lumb a
Po lains in the Back or Side, etc. k'Gund's
wxtI rt OilIntit (50 cents) for ue when
rormoval of cloithiimg is I nconveniant, is a great
al nu g nge ininmtory cases. Boldi by '
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ealarioa.u Hlo i aelriugh uranuwr ou. oo
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