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HEALING OF WOUNDS IN HORGsIs Olt
Cows.--To produce healing of a wound
in a horse or a cow some stimulut
is nearly always required. This may
be commion spirits of turpentine o
the compound tincture of benzoin or
that of myrrh and aloes. Either of
these may be applied with a feither
once a day, or if the wound i deep,
the stimulant should be iijeeted to the
bottom with a coimon squirt can, or
a syringe. Wounds should always
heal from the bottom, and to secure
this the opening should be kept free,
by means of a plug of lint dipped inl
the stimulant usegd. 'Lint may be nado
by scraping a piece of linen cloth such
as a towel' with a knife and collecting
the loose fibera. Linen only should
be used, and never cotton or wool for
this purpose. 11' pus Is enclosed iI a
wound and the oponing is periitted
to close, an abscess will be formed, or
the pus will be absorbed, with some
future ill effeLt. In the case of deep,
punctured wounds eartful search
should be made for. the possible pros
ence of splinters or other foreign bod
les and to enlarge the opening will of
tel lacilitate the search cr assist, in
the ultimate healing.
fessor &cott, Who has recently. he
appointed to the chair of Agriculture
at Cirencester College, England, re
marked at the opening of the session
"that it was a sad blot on the intellj
gence of the age that probably aihic
ty-nine per cent, of our farnuffl came
into their prcfession in IM6 without,
having cver received 'the slightest
training. either sClI'ntifle or technical,
with special refokience to their neds
and rcquirem6nt.'' The old Roman
agricultux'Sc, Columella, said sonic
thing CA the same sort more than eight
huu1et.Aed years ago, and still we have
f complain of the neglect of the pro
per training of young men to enable
them to become successful farmers.
it is not quite so bad now as in tile
days of anelent. Rame, but wo have
still far too many agriculturists who
think more of waLehing tile different
phases of the moon than of &itudying
the chemistry of the soil.
PUDDLING the roots of transplanted
trees is a simple operation, but Is so
useful that it should always be don
with trees that are to be long out of
lie ground, and it is also advisable to
treat cabbage and oier vegetable
plants In the san nanner. Dig a
hole where the soil is loatny, and potir
iII water, mixing tOhw koll and water to
lorin a thin mnd. .In this mud, which
should be about as thick as cream, dip
the roots of the trees and plants and
work them about Mo that all, even the
smallest libres, will be conted. If the
trees aro to be moved or packed itt
once, some ilne dry soil sifted upon
the coated roots will help them. 11
more convenient the putidling (or
grouting as soni call it) may be adnie
in ai old Lub, When properly pud
died even the smallest, 11bres of tile
roots will be protecteL, and nioneo n1e0ed
be lost by drying.
SOLS are improved by mixing. The
physicil propel ties o1 the soil have I
ln important influence 0 upon its aver
age fertility. The adinixture of pure
sond with lay soil produces an alter- 3
aton which- is often benillelil, and t
wh,hh is almiiost wholly physical. I
The1 hand open tile pores of the cluy t
and ma~kes It more permeable to the
Tuxii Sizmc oF S1ixk.--As a rule, -thle
size of tile seed wlvidic1 ate thle tiepth
to pl!ant it, starting. with theO smlallest
at oe-half of an 1110h, such1 ats celery,t
parlslpsi, etc., while peas1 amt1( beans I
m~ay be put 0one and1 a hatlf inchles C
,OUT or Dooni F'Lowicus.-Thie sensomi I
of' out. of door flowers eaui be Veended I
almost every year by .proteeting thle
liiants durinig tile .tirst rosty ights.
Usually alter lirst rOHs lil;e weathler
becomes wVarm antd pl easan t.
SiPENT tanibark htas been plowved into
a comupact clay soil with tile best re
sults, as It, rendered the soil mello1w
and increased its warmthl.
Colonel Albert Il. I'ielttfr tile friend t,
of Kit Carson, was borni ini Frieslanid, a'
on tile coast of' 11 llanid, In GOtober,
1822. lli8 lather is, or was, ai lunther'an
mninister' andtt is motiher w as of' Scotch
descent, from1 a Suotchi ioble famuily j
Lie leit is naitilvo counltry wheui 22
years ci ago and camel diiretly 10 theO C
West as a soldier in the raniks. lie L
maiirried a Spanish girl. of' Abequinl,
Newv Mexico, whenh about, :i years 0old,
by whiomi lie hatd two 01' thlree chIldren,
only 011e of wvhom is alive.
It was at this point of ils life whlen a
ho gained ntional celity. ie was
ini comnu~hd of Fort Macrae anidjijr1
takenl ill. Thlere was somehn
located about six miter ''0 , bu'vats
and near the Rio GP' 'U ill1pr Eig
self, wIfe an,d"'timuio tefr
escort of t~.anld b)"' .andriver. 11 im
and .auseat at .-. aniother lady, with an
necxt y~ '.'o sold1iers, went to bathe,
...while lie was still in tile bath the
Apachle Indians rushed down Onl thlem,
whooping and yellig like tihe denmons
that thley were, and1( frighitenued the
soldiers 80 thlat they took to their hedels
and escaped, but not so with tile ladies
-both were shot dead. Colonel Pfeifler
leaped to tile bank, grasp~ed his rifle
and fired, killing one of' the fiends but
the odds were too great and1( his only
escape was in running and lun~lging
into the riv'er, w.hich lie dlid, bit not
before two arrowb, one0 of wvhleh was
poisoned, h~ad been lodged in his left
side and leg, ie mannaged to swiln thle
river, found1( meidieal aid, and( 800on re
covered from his wounids. Thien it wvas
that the Indians found a telrror ini 0111
hero. Many wvere the red fiends thlat
fell victim to his unerr~ng rifle, ie
fought in any capacity offered. ie
would at one time be at tile hlead of a
band of Indians who were at war wv ith
the Apaches, thetn again lie would
muster up a body of Mexicans or
whites and go oni tile war p)athl, thirst
ing for vengeance. - Thd'pslncipal part
of his fighting was don1e under Kit
Carson, and lie was an associate of Bill
Bent, St. Vrain, Maxwell and others
of a like stamp. From tile time of the
deathl of his wife lie lead a roving lire,
was off to every new discovery and
wherever he could be of use to wite
le came to this valley about thirty
years ago, and he described It as being
$he finest country hie ever saw, All
'along the Rio Grande and on the small
er streams game of all kinds abounded
and tile Indian wandered at will and
was monarch of all he surveyed.
SWEET rUFP PASTE.-Sift 1Y pound
of the finest flour, and 8 ounoes of pow
dered loaf sugar into a deep dish. Cut
up in it 1 pound of the best fresh but
ter, and rub it fine with your hands
Make a hole in the middle of it an<
pour into it the beaten yolks of 2 eggs
andmix them with the flour, etc. We
the'whole to a stiff paste with half s
pint of rich milk. Knead it well an<
roll it out. This paste should be baked
in empty shells and tilled when cool
If made into covered tarts they may bc
iced over. To make puffs of It, roll i
out and cut It in round pieces with tht
edge of a tumbler, or with a tin cut
ter. Lay the sweetmeats on one.alf
of it, fold the other half over it and
unite them by notching them together
Sweet paste is only used for very
handsome entertainments, You may
add some rose water to the milk 1Ir
mixing it. They are generally rolled
out rather thick, and will take aboul
half an hour to bake. When cool they
must be taken out of the dishes on
which they are baked, and put oil
Acir BUnNs Cv ni. DY MAgigszA..
Last year two French tiudents were
ithuli burned about e face by the ex.
plosion of a reto, filled with boiling
sulphuric a . They were at once
aken to ruggist M. Alanore, who
uoveWicir faces 2mm. thick with a
?Af paste made of calcined magnesia
and water. In a few seconds, fissures
appeared in the magnosian inaskand a
new layer was then substituted. The
patients were thus tended for live
nours, after Which the one hurt the
least was able to wash l3 face, which
merely showed somo reddish spots.
The other had his magnosian iask re
newed during twenty lour hours. Suif
toring acttely at first, the students
ceasett to suffer in less than a quarter
f an hour. Their faces nave now no
traces of burns.
B131T SALAD.-The new beets must
be thoroughly boiled-nothing is worse
iI the way of food than a hldif cooked
Inet. When done cut them while hot
in rather thin slices ind marinade
lhem--that is let them lie for an hour
3r two In a mixture of two tablespoolis
Al, one spoonful vinegar, and a small
p)inch of salt. Of course more than
Aiis must be used if there is a large
lish of salad. W hen ready for servilg
)ut them in the salad dish with soine
cry young and tender leaves of (un
looked) dIVdIloI. Dress with oil,
negari, salt a1d pepper In the usual
A LA MonIC Exe.-.--iTake a round of
eof,niuke a great many hole th rough
t ; roll strips of raw salt pork in a
ensoni ng made of one-h a if teaspoon
inch thyme, salt, pepper and cloves.
hen draw these strips through tihe
oles iII the beef. Put six onions.two
ablespoons milk, and one quarter
iound butter in a saucepan; stew the
>nlons tender; put, beet, onions and
11 into a pot, wit.h water Just enough
o cover them; let it cook slowly live
iours. .J ust before taking up, add a
iut of claret if you choose.
LINKN garments which have become
'ellow from tiie, may be whitened
iy being bathed iI a lather made of
ulik and pure white soap, a pound of
lie latter to it guallon of the former.
k fter the bolliig process tlie linen
hould be twice rinsed, a little blue be
nug addedl to the last water used.
TO Puniiry RANCU)ID UTiTn.-Let
lie butter be incited 'and skimmed, as
or clarifying, then put into it a piece
f bread well toasted all over, but not
urnt. .1ni a minute or t we the butter
vill lose its oil'ensive taste and smell,
ut the bread will become perfectly.
em id. Thlis is the French mode.
I lONC G ixan-siINAis.-One pint of'
aoney, three-iottruhs of a pouind of
utter and two tablespoonifuis of gin_
Cr; boil together a few muttes, andl
theni nearly cold put in flouir uti tt
stitf'; roll out thinly and bake
SicK -HcA DAcu a can often be greatly
olieved, and sometimes entIrely cured
y the application of a mustard liasteor
t the baso of the neck. T1hie plaster
hould not be kept on miore than a
uarnter of an hour,
Coax TCA Poll A SICK I'Ek8ON,
rown and-Ipouind in a moi tir one cup
r sweet dry corn ; pour on this two
ups of boiling watei, and steep) Iif
uein minutes. This is very light and
utritlons, aiid can be taken wheiin the
atilent Is very weacik.
(ThacKSRS that atre nr Jit coine to
ndc to appe)CC\aIighteen v'en'
hot 0v mmed li,i.'- ..ot fresh can be
W~sna'' - so by putting thaem in
, 3n1OU for a short time. Watch
tmr:, carefully, as a mInute too long
will serve to brown and spoll thema.
BROWN BnEA D. - One piint qweet
inilk, 0one pint cafineli, two pints sour
milk, two pints Indian meal, one -half
mup molasses, one eveni tablespoon
soti a; steam two hours andi bake oiie
WVAvr.xs.-Oie quart sweet milk,
two eggs beaten sepaurately, sinich of
salt, two teaispons baking powder,
blur to make thin batter.putiin whites
Tio make mucilage in stick form so
lidified, dissolve gum arabie in hot
water to form a syrupy liquid(, add a
little clove oil, and thicken with pow
dieredi gum dextrlno; mold and dry
To 5TAis Fmooins:-Tiake strong lye
of wooti ashes adld enough ..pperas
for the requ red oak shade ; put this
~an with a 1mop1 and varnIsh after wards.
Font rheumatism: A large p)iece of
flannel well spinkied with saltpeter.
A GrLL. of strong sage tea tatken at
bed-time will relieve night-sweat.
Th7 e earth's eastward nmotioni,together
with the lncrease in rate fi om the poles
to the e'quator,has a tendenmev to throw
the waters of streams against their
western banks sufllcienit to produce
guite marked ef'ects in many parts 01
the world. 1t Is noticeable ini large
rivers where the deposits are earthy,
and the pitch of the water is small i
the direction of the stream, the bianli
against which thme water strikes th<
more forcibly being hiigh and steer
while the other is lowv. 'Thew ef'eet hai
been observed in other streams of
Europe and Asia, and on the rivers In
torsecting the low land of the A tlanti(
border of the United Statos.
The vapors of nitrous ether arm
recommended by M. Peyrsson as
disinfectant and antiseptic. They havm
neither a disagreeable nor hiurtiu
* "I GUESS I'll have to hire a clerk,'
said a Galveston merchant, by the
name of Merritt, to his friend Chrys
"I am glad to see that the business
I boom has struck you," responded
"ift Isn't that,'" replied thle merchant
6"but you see I am very popular, and I
I am asked by my frionds to step aerosp
*the street and take a drink almost
every minute in the (lay. and as I
haven't anybody to leave in the store
I have to decline. Tenl dollars a day
won't cover what I have lost by not
having a clerk."
"I tell you what I'll do," said
Chrysler, brightening up; "hilre me
as your clerk, and send me across the
street to drirk with your friends, and
I won't charge you a cent for my
The uDpleation.of Chrysler was put
on ile, along with those of a number
of other leading citizens who had ap
A MAN with a black eye called upon
a New York lawyer and said :
" have been knocked down."
"Good case-good case, if you have
any witnesres," was the smliling
"I've got this black eye and an old
woman for witnesses."
"Corret-correct, I'll take the
evidence and see you through."
"For how much."
"Well the whole thing won't cost
over $6 or $8."
"And what'll I get?"
"Justice, of course."
"And what'll the other nian get?"
"Oh, he'll probably be lined $5."
"$ay; you go to grass I" suddenly
remarked the plaintiff. "You must
think I'm a tool to p'ay you $($ or $8
and have the bother of a lawsuit,when
three diflerent men are Just aching to
lick the feller In rotation at only $1 a
[St. Louis Clobo-Domnocrat.
A War lito.
In a very full report recently pub
lished lin the 'hiladelphia Le(dycr, re
forence is made to the case of Mr.
George 1. G'ahamn, a prominent poll
tielan and activejournalist, (connected
with the Philedelphia Sunday Mirror),
who, by using the great German
remedy, St. Jacob's Oil, was cured of
a troublesome case of rheumatIsm,
contracted during the war. 1e closes
lils statement with-"to those who are
atliicted with that complaint, it Is
worth its weight in gold.'
AN excited convert: "Let me out!
let me out,! I've got salvation I" sob
bed a thin man, in a many-pocketed
ulster, up at the M. and 8. meeting
the other niliht, as lie wedged towaru
the door. "bet tme go home and bear
the blessed tidings to my tinbelioving
wil'e." But all the same a suspiciouts
detective janmned him up against the
wall and unloaded from his pocket
three watches and five pocket-books,
after which the services gent on.
A quicc answer is like the sharp cut
of a whip. "You arc. no gentlemian,
sir,'' said an irate Individual to Ohe
person next to him. "Are you a gen.
tieman yourself?" was the sneering in.
qutiry,'' I ami sir.'' was the reply, in a
that Inplied a dual if any doubt was tote
expressed. "Then you are quite right
in saying that I am not one," retorteti
the party of the second part, "'neither
do I wish to become one.'
A sto six..footer was lifting for all
he was worth on a wagon wheel
which was stuck, wvhien a little two
foot miitc of humanity nearly as broad
as lie was long, and Just out of dresses
and into pants with fis hanuds in bils
pockets and a swa'~ggeing air, sang
out; "'Mister, do you wanmt me to help
you ? I cnn grunt while you lift.''
"Dlo you drink ?"' said a temuperanice
reformer to a beggar who had imnplor
ed alms of him. "'Yes, thank you,''
retu rned the candid pauper, where
shall we go ?"
lEvanavillo Daily Courier..
A comifortinig concluision is that
which leads us always to chmoose the
best, Mr. Andrew Ulmer, illulfon,
irnd., says: I have thoroughly testedl
dt. Jacob's Oil, and find for rhmeuma..
tism and neuralgia it has no eqgnali
A GIRE,, hearing her ml4tress ask her
husbatid to bring "~Domnbey, and son''
with hii n when lhe Camne home to din
tier, set two extra for the expected
Tuma trau&, a. K anaasa travel 1>,t
horseback. L.et's see. Whither is It
that beggars en horseh rek arc inva
riably bound. For (hiago.
WVMiRN it comes to desacetiditig a lad
dier the bravest of its getnerally back
As a gteniral thing yo't ng lawyerms
don't have many tryhmng times.
Tiux man wihio goes out soon in the
miornaing ior a tod is an early ryo~sir.
A oroas Baby,
Nothing is so conducive to a man's
remaininug a batchielor as stopping for
one night at thme house of a mtarried
frientd and being kept awake for flyc or
six hours by the crying of'a c oss baby.
All oross and crying babies need only
hlop Bitters to make them well and smil
iag. Young man. retnembler this.--ED.
THim Ecarpenter anti thio gambler are
both known by their chips.
As a general thing young lawyer3
don't have many trying ties.
A onASS widow Is anything but
A onss- witdow is anything but
Pos'ricn Um.--T'he el 'vated ratlroads.
SwicWr are the abuses of osculatiton
M. D)eJossi htas been led by certain
experiments to believe that exploalonis
01 firedamup are p~receded by slight
unidulations and niolsos too small to be
detected by tiny nieans except the
microphone. Ie thinks that by the
alid of mictrophonic observations in
collieries the presence of large qJuanti
ties of inflammable gas iu the earth
might he detected In season to prevent
Af. Leon~ Mane1flt has suiccede in~
bleaching by means of thie electrie
light. The concentrated *rays cbm
pletely decolorise blood albumtuinI
twenty-four hours, under ordinary
For Norvousness, Blooploss Nights
WABUINuTON, D. C,, Maro1 12, 181T,
11. R. STEVENS:
DRAR '0In.-I do not believe In putting. nor
would I indorso a hunbug, but I consider it
uo more than real justico to spena well of VKo
ETiNs, believing it to be an excellent medicine.
I have used Roveral bottlos of It to my eni aro
satisfaction all great roletf from an lioxplica
ble Nervou n% whilea had caused me groat
sufferin and slee lees nights; have walked the
floor an roiortodto different methods for re
lief, to no purpose. I inally thought I would
give VsoTINB a trial. with little faith, I will
admit; but to my surprise and great soltof, a
tow loses Convinced in that I had got hold of
Cho rIght thing for my dintloulty. It sent out
humor from my blood that. I have no doubt.
was the cause or tho misery I had ondured, and
I found reliof as soon as a inedicino could relieve
a disease of that kind. When I began its use I
soldom got a night's sleop, or half a one, and
iy appetite was poor, and as a conlsc< uquo-, 1
was running down rapidly, butnft.: 'ovW doses
I saw a radical chtan"', ovury way, and tho
roughly silt illed with fogotino and recommend
It Lo any- porlon sutiering as I did.
- Mnis. J. A. JOHlNSON.
FEMAL WEAKNr1ss.-VWOKTINK aIts directly
tipon the causes or those complaints It invig
orates and strengtihens the wh1oe s)stem, acts
upon the secretive otaniis, allays Infllammation,
cleanses and oures ulceration. cures constlpa.
Lion, regulates the bowels, headaoho and pa ins
in the back ce iso; lit rict the'ro is no disease or
ComAttiatt whero the VRoTINS gives so quick
rolie, itand h8 so efcetivo in iti cure, as in what
is terinted Fonttl weakness. It has never
failed in one Itsainco.
Dizziness Liver anad Kidney
MR. if. R STEVENS: -
D1AIR 4i.-I have roeetted great, benefit from
the use of I he Vxmaxxs, atihd can Safely recon.
inid It, for I)zztinLssi, rush of blood to the heod,
aid a general blood puriller. It. has also boon
used by other imembers of mny fainhy for yIvur
anti Kidney Complaintas.
Mis. A. C. Ui.icui.
200 Baymniller Street.
VEoFTINi Is the gieat health restorer. coin
0sed exclusively of barks, root.*. 1and herbs.
t Is very pleasatt to take; every child likes it.
n. I. NTEVENS, Rionton, Kai.
Vegellie Imold by All nruiMggtil.
MRS. LYDIA L PINKUAM, OF LYNN, MA3s,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Care
for all those Painnul Complaints and Wemlnasesi
so common to our best fenmule population.
It will cure entirely the worst form of Female Comm
plaints, all ovarian troules, Inflamnation and Ulcers.
tion, Falling ahd Pisaplacemente, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change of LIfo.
Yt will dissolve and expel tumors from the uterup in
on early stage of development. The tendencyto e&A
eerouas humorstherois checked veryspeodily by Its use,
It removes faintnoss, nhatulency, destroysall craving
for e'timulanta, and relloves weakness of the stomach.
IS ource moating, ileadaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplossness, Depression and Indi.
'[hat feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, is always perrnanently cured by its use.
It will at aln times and uinder all circumstances act in
sarnmony with t(ho laws that govern thtoma~le system.
For the curoof Kidney Coamplnts of either sex this
Oonmpound .is unsumrpassed.
LYD)IA E. P'IN(IiAM's VRGETABlLE CtOM.
POUND is prepared at 233 and 133 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price O1. Six bettlos for $5. Sent by mail
in the form of pills, also in the form of lozenges, on .
receipt of~price, $1 per box for either. Mrs. Pinkhamn
freely answers all letters or inquiry. Send for pamiph
tet. Address as above. Mention lids I'uper.
No faily shaould ho withtout LYDIA K. PINgIIAM$
ivER PirJa. The. euro constipation, biliounaee
and torpidity of thi liver. 15 cents per box.
C'i Sold b '.1 sI rugsrists. -Si
usta'ilng as It dot' S
Whys) tler- Neetileusi~y
W~ith the convutln s amotle tortures of
fevera ani ai rue anti bttous reiittenst., when
IlosteCitear's "io5 c 151tlit toes, ackniowvledged .t~o
be a ret curiative of mnalarial fevers, will cradi
caite lihe'cauise or so mnuch sutffering. No loss
eifeeltro la Ithis benIgnant alerativoe inenisot
of c onst ipation,. dyip'psla. lIver comnplaint,
rheumaa bam, and In general dlebility aint no v
OuS we iane . l'or' sale by alt Druggists and
Stell eed anda cuarni without the injury trsuica inmfilot,
by D~r. J1. A*. 81IF.ItIIAN'S Sysain. Omnee, 251
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hakeee of tt enwou hefore anud after cure, multed
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Make Money I ~ fri.tM Ia,e"*.
Svsa in imes its e tvsi tiaon a e p ages.
J. 0. MeCf inDI & 4 O..ati lasin la.
A YOUNG college student was visit
ing his grandmother,and at the break
fast table he took an egg, And holding
it up asked her if she knew the scien
tifl way of obtaining . the contents
without breaking the shell?
She replied that she did not.
"Well, " said he, "you take the
spheroidal body in your sinister hand,
and with. a convenient diminutive
pointed instrument, held in the dexter
hand, puncture the apex; then in the
same manner make an oritice In- the
base; place either eixtrenity to your
labie, and endeavor to draw in 'your
breath; a vacuum is created, and the
contents of the egg are discharged Into
"La I" said the old lady, when I was
a girl we used to make a pin -hole. in
each end and suck 'em."
Foee 01 Doors.
The fee of doctors is an. item Mnat
very many persons are interested I
just at present. We believe the sche
ule for visits is $3.00, which would tax
a man confined to his bed a year, and
In need of a daily visit, over $1,000 a
year for medical attendance alone I
And one single bottle of Hiop Bitters
.taken in time would save the $1,000
and all the year's sickness.-En.
WASH FOR FRUIT TREEs.-A * fruit
grower gives the following remedy
for the coddling moth : One quart of
lime, such as is used by the plasterers
in 'white coating,"one pt ok of leached
wood ashes, two pecks of cow manure,
one quart of soft soap, and one large
tablespoonful of Paris green. I-wet
the mixture thoroughly to make it
like paste, beating it thoroughly until
it became tough. I added twelve
quarts of water or enough to give the
trees a thorougi coating. I find on
the trees so washed, that the old bark
ia dropping off and leaving the new
bark perfectly smooth. On all the
trees I have washed I see a'perfect im
" 11m a all Pyed Out,"
Is a common couplahit. If you fool so, get a
package of Kidney-Wort and tako it and you
will at onoe feol its tonio power. It renews
the health action of the kidneys, bowels and
liver, and thus retoros tho natural life and
strength to the weary body. It can now be
lad in either dry or liquid form. and in either
way is always prompt and efiloient in action.
EW l3EDFOrD STANDARD.
ExcissrVE drinking of water by
riln animals it saild to incresec the co -
unutlon of fat in the body. Tpo watery
ob!d ir and too n uch drinking are therc
ore to be avoId d, espe tally In fut -en
ng, if we wish to attain the most rapid
nd abundant formation of Aesh and
NATURAL petroleum, deprived of its
color and disagreeablo odor without
tlistillation and thc aid of acids or alka
lies, Is what the Carboline is made
Irom. As now improved and perfected
it is a bWautiful preparation, and per
lormus all tha is claimed for it as a
Prussic acid rema ins for considerable
line In the bodies of animals poisoned
vith it, and arreqts their decay. M.
Iramo killed a rabit and a cat by ad
ninistering to each a grainme of this
cid. A month afterward the bodies
vere found perfectly preseryed, the
lose being sufilient to permeate the
issues and to become intimately in
orporated with those of the stomach.
Prof. Tidy, in a paper read before the
london Chemical bouiety on March 3,
'estates, in reply to Dr. F'rankland,
is firm conviction that a fairly rapi d
iver, having received sewage in
unntity not exceeding one-twentieth
f its volume, regains its purity after
run of a few nailes, and becomes
holesome and good for drinking.
VEGETINE ia not ai stignulating bit
ers which creates a lictitious ap
ectite, but a gentle tonic which assias
asture to restore the stomach to a
A STECM-wIND~n-Th~e caterpillar.
A 1'ASSJN( event-Playi ng euchre..
A MA-rranI of course--a horse-race.
LYDIA E. 1'iNK HA M's Vegetable (Jon
ound changes weakness to strenf
ndl sickness to healath. ,-- h
. .eeveir n g sermons.
,, . 1PIN5 are box plated.
(Jive It a' Trial
and~ yon will ho astonished.' "Anaicesis,'' Dr.
B. B sboo's Exctornal Pile Remedy, gives in-~
stant rolief and is an infallible oure for the
most obstinate oases of piles. It has made
the miost wondorful cures of this terrible is
order. 20,000 grateful poopio that have used
It can testify to the same. Beaplos with full
dlirectionis sent free to all sufferers on appli
cation to "Anakosis" Depot, Boxc 8910, Now
York. &old by all first-class druggists.
To Accomiodate the Public.
The proprietora of that Immensely popnlar
remedy K'dneyi~Vort in recognition or the
nlaims of the publie whion has so liberally
p~atronized them,-have prepared a liquid pre
p~arationh of that ronoly for the special ac
cjmorlation of tuboso who from any reason dis
like t.> prepare it for themselves. It is very
concentrated and, as the dos3 isu small, it is
more easily takoen by many. It has the same
effectual action in all dIseases of the kidneys,
liver or bowels.-Home and Farm.
The most perfect, sure and
really self - regulating.
01N0 FON TESTIMONIALS, Iro,
riighest Prizes awarded over all Competitors
sleport of the Judges on Incubatore
1879 & 1880.
At the 201th Annual Exhibltlen of the Pennsylvania
State A~ rlcultural Bociety hold at Phnadelphia,
Septem e~r 8th to 20tha, 8O
''We conalder MEYER'g THlE BEST INCUDATOR
we have ever seen here or elsewhere, and Mr. Red.
gers, of our comnititee has seen most of them, We
cheerfuly award TIlE SILvER lIEDAL." (Ighest
At the 27th Annual Exhlblton of the Pennsylyania
State AgrIeultural Soelet, held at the Permanent
ExhibI lon, PhiladelphIa September eth to 26th,
"W ityconcnr with the re ert of the Judge.
ofWte ree n ear and de are the INCUA
TOS9he fIrON INCUBATOR 0O. (e
er's Patent) to be the best of all known INCI-A
TORlS, the chIckens hatched by this prones being
stron~ger end healthIer than those hatched undey
th e.We therefore eheerfully award them the
SILVER MEDA L." (Hlighest Prize.)
jor sale by
THE PERFECTION INCUBATOR 00,,
614 Chestnut Street. Philadlha. Pa.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the hest,
Gout, Quiny, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and.
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
. Feet and Ears, and all othee
Pains and Aches.
ase Ps pparation on earth equals ST. JA'Cons OIL
s a afe, sre, tinple a8d cheap External
Remedy. A trial entals but the comparatively
triflimg outlay .of 0 Cats, and every oe suffreripg
with pain, can havo cheap and positive proof of its
Directions in Eleven Languages.
SOLD BY ALL DRU8GIST8 AND DEALERS
A. VOGELER & CO.,
P'tmoroe.. Md., U. 5. 4.
KI DNE-W R
As it is for all diseases of the KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND BOWELS.
It clease the system of the acrid poimon
that ause the dreadful snffering which
only the viotime of Rhoumatism can roalse.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of the Worst forms of this terribledsee
have boon quickly relieved, in shot time
ha had wonderul success, and an i'men'e
sale In every partof the Country. In hun
dreds of oases it has oured where all else had
failed. Iti. mild. but eilient. 0XEUTAIN
IN ITS AOTION, but harmless in all oases.
?W16 eleanes. Strengthen, and givesNow
Lirfe to all the important organs of the body.
The natura~l action of the Kidneys is restored.
The Liver is cloasod of all disease, and the
Bowols move freoly and healthfully. In this
way the worst diseases are oradioated from
As it has been proved bythousands that
.i",.e*most o I*eetual remdy for cleansing the
systeim of all mnorbid secretions. I tashouId be
used in ovory household as a
Always ourea BILIOUSNESS. CONSTPA
'TION PILES and all FEALA Dseas.
Is putup Inlry VegctableFersn, intinca,
one package ot wi ch makes q darts meoe
wAlso In Liquid Form, very Cencentrstcdfor
the conveuieu oof thosewh cannot readiypre.
pare it. It acts telth equal eflicienoy in eitherform.
01Fr IT OF YOUlR DRtUGIST. PltlOEt, *1.00
WYE LLSi ILIClIA IIIDSON A Co.. Prop's,
(Will send the dry post-paid.) llW!t.iNGToN, VT.
Battle Creek, Michigan,
MANUFAoTUBEBw 01 THE ONLT GENxUmN
T HRE8H ER
Traction and Plain &ngines
Eust0.enzeeTheshwes nty Establshea
Ia the Weod. 5 1848
F raesof eUaro'oi es
o e osmen or lo io-c po
in im eaeIros ge .
NICAM-O .8, 8HEPAU R and
Cenp~t 8~~aA~tltBfattleOrek, Mohan~.
Foadt rac oSu tn adPl Schools.
evrao nThe acn arkt. "o""*
4 tfi e a n ec fed ore aond trond
for 18Q81 togte it s eI sor q& tC. is cotu.
ches a p naeint notdeme of b o maes
ndu siraee of eprtos fdrinmp1 hen t
ro.T BA0 le is~ ethedLunf oo
therbomhyn an t o psaraa in eco)
otaintl on havm nuror hvnbeoho
"ovprewoor of teavour mndery.pecos
Pa et y jt o t nhied oex
Iosclentksaee Atl dmand.eeer u
Any book attl Cotree, oi prie.
Lin.O E.ntit9esC.- D1228 C esect lPilly
lal ttion W toIN tgimre mrvmn
WR OBEAT BLOOD PURIFIER,
FORT OF RHROOW BA
1FIORBOR SYPD OR TI E B
T Y OR VONtAGIOUS,
se ]a eated in The tunge or s Soeh,skin
Or nones, Viesh or Ne a,
CORRUPTING BTR SOLDS AND VITIATING
Chronie Rheumatism orofula, Glandular
Swli Hacking Dry (fu hCancerous 41ffe0
tions, philitctop0ai Bleeding or the
Lun pea war Bas, Tio Doloreux
Whlngs, e'itmors,.Uloers, Skin and Hi4
Diseases Mer urial Diaeos, Female CM.
tsO Drop, $alt Meum. Bronohitis,
Liver ComDlairt. &c.
Not only dOes the Sarsaparijlian Resolvent
excel alremedlal agent In the cure of Ohronis,
orofulous, C0nstltutI a and Skin Diseases,
but it Is the only e sure for
KIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
g i and Womb Diseases,- Gravel Diabetes
MC Ito pp agoof Water Incontipence of
rie rig' Deae, Albumitnuria, and In all
iasetvthite there are brick-dust deposits, or
the water is thiok, cloudy, mixed with sub
Atanoo like the white of an egg or threads like
White silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious
appearance and white bonedust deposits and
When there Is a prickin burning seniatioq
when passIn water, and in in the small o
the back an along the Ins. Sold by Drug.
gist. PRIC0 ONE DOLLAMR
OVARIATUMORf O-TEN YEARS' GROWTU
QURD BY DR. RADWAY'S REMEDIES.
e bettle oontalns more of the active pr ci%
PIN of MedioInes than any other Preparawi n.
Taka in Teaspoonful doses, while others e.
Wft Alve er six times as much.
CURES AND PREVECNT'
RHEUMATISM, FEVER AND AGUE,
Loosenees, Diarrhosa Cholera Morbus. or pain
fa s4hargeelt-om t e bowels 'are Sto~ppedi In
16 or minutes by toling Hadway's Iteady le.
list. No congestion or inflammation, no reak
LessOr lassitude will follow the use of the R. I.
IT WAS THE FIRST AND I8
The Only Pain Remedy
that instently stops the most excruclatipg
Ins Allays b her mations, and Cures Cog s.
cla.wli, tr of the Lungs, Scomach Ijowels
Or other glands or organs, by one appilcatio,
in from one to twenty minuteo, no mat.
ter how violont. or excruolating the pain, te
ihOumitlo. Bed-ridden, Infirm, C led, Nerv.
so' Ulmaa V4 y
rteNeuri oo rostrated Wi!. caea' may
rn.a ease.AY'S RADY RELIEF will afrord
Infanhanation of the Kldareys,
a s1ananm atos on of tie Bladder,
lInflaiumagion of the nowel.
Congrention ef the Lungre,
Nore Throat, Difficult BreathiLung
y anli tation of the Heart,
Mysteries, ciroup, J)iphtusesIa.
HOadahe. Toothache ,
Cold Chills, Agne Chills,
Ohilblains and Frost Bites.
The applicatiton.of tho Ready Relief to the parn
or parts where the pain or difficulty Oxlw a .
afford ease and comfort,
Tittoalxt dos in a h I u b
Sprans.. Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Sick Hec~
ace Dianrhce, Dysnnter Colic0. Wind In the
Trafelere shqul'd always earry a bottle of R-id.
way's Ready Relief with th em. A few drops in
water will prevent, sickness or pains fromn
ehange**f water. It is better than F'rersch
randy or Bttes as a stimuat rc it
Radway's Regulating Pills.
5'erfseeturgo.Utves, Soothing Aperlente,
Let WIthout Pain. Always Reliable
ad Natural in their Operation.
(WYI~tDP,~a'DATTUE FOR QALOMELI
Verfeetty tasteless, elegantl coated with
Bweet puuga, regulate, purf, cleanse and
RABWAT's u, for the cure ef al Diem
ftthe htomaoh, er, Bowels Ridnes Uad
oer, Nervous Diseases, Readachie, Oonstiaion,
00cstivenes jndigesion, Dyaesa ilious
neas, Fevert fismmation of W oela Piles,
adall deangements0et the Internal Viscera.
aratdto effeet a rfeet cure. Purewy
on 0tainIng no Leroury, minerals es
W sere th e following sptoms eutn
pton, Iaward Piles, Ainess of the Blood in
,Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Niaussa, Heart,
'br Disgust of Pood, Fullness or Weight In
the mnuch, Sour Eructations, Sink ing or Flut,.
tering at the Heart, Choking or Sufferag Ben
ain we In a posture Dimness o1
a10 ,Dots er W ebsfoe the SIghit Fevor ai~d
Dtull in in the Head, Dfecency ol Perspira
tion ~eliow ness of the Skin and Eyes. Pala la
ea,urnng in the IlenBddh.shso
A few doses of RAswAvs Pirua will free tha
system from all the above-named disorders.
Prise, 55 Cents per Bem.
We repeat that the reader must eensult our
books and papers en the subject of diseases and
thesir cutre. among which may be named
"Walse and Traoe,"
"Radwya on Irlitable Urethra,'"
"Madway om Seoftna,"
5nd others relating to different gasses of Dts
O0LD MY DRUQI8W9
LEA D 'PAL~E A N TRUE."
Send a letter stamp to E ADWA Y * 0.,
~e. SMWaurem, (lo. Vhareh St,, New
IaMrmauen Werth thousand. will be sens
TO THE PUBLIO,
There can be no better guarantee of the value
et Drn. IIAnWAT'b old established R. R. I. RUMS,
thnthe base and w'Orthles9s imitations ef
as tL re are Iaso Res~lents, Reliefs
an e sk rwa an
he PurL andi Ihst Mledicin a ever Niae
dAe biaie ps, u huMan
muos e urativo proportion of all oilher Bitters,
mak es the greatest Blood Purifier, iver
Reg u i tor and Life and Ilealth Itestoring
Agent on earth.
Noe diseaso o an possibly long exist whem o flop
Bitters aro us ud,sovariod amtporfoot aro thir.
They givenov1n fotadvgortioagedan~sin.
To all whose e pilomntscauso irregulari'
ty of thebowelsor urinary organs, or who re
quiroan Appetiker Toii aindmild Stimulant,
,Iop bitters are inval uable, wthOut intox
No matter whatyour to lings or symptoms
are what tihe disonhoor all mont Is use ieop Bit
- torn. D~on't wait until you a 1o sick but if you
only feel bad or miserable, use them at once.
it may save your ilfe.It has s a ved hundreds.
cur o r help Do not suffe 0 let your friecl
sufror,but use and urge them to use HOP B
Remember, flop flitters Is no vile, drugged
drunken nostrum, but the Purost a 2% i Dleet
Meodioine ever made I thmA WiSVAf PIND
and IIOP0 and no porpon or family
p.os an aioluto ad irresistible cure
ke ogluum, tobac and
Ths a ta a n avertien