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An Awakening in New Mexico.
Chief Justice I Bradford Prince of the
Supreme Court of New Mexico and Presi
dent of the J3ureau of Immigration of that
territory, is enthusiastic about the prospects
of the Territory of New Mexico, and said
to a reporter: Two years ago there was
hardly a mile of railroad in all the Terri
tory, and now we have roadi crossing Now
lexico at almost every conceivable angle.
Thore is the Atohison, Topeka and Santa
Fe running across the country from the
northeast to the soutlwe'st, and more than
five hundred miles long. It comes down
from Kansas City and-the main branch will
run out of the State to the town of Guaymas,.
on the gulf of California, while another
branch will go to El Paso and connect there
with the Mexican Central for the city of
Mexico. The Mexican Central is now
building northwards from the city of Mex
ico, and the two countries will soon become
one to all intents fof business purposes.
The Southern Pacific lias'also beeni built in
that time, It enters the Territory in the
southwest tronm Arizona, and will also.
connect with El Paso, which is destined to
become a railroad centre of no small im
portanee. The line crosses the Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fe at Doming, a lively
little town eight weeks old, thus making a
through southwestern route which is much
fancied by tourists who come on one road,
the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe, and
continue on the other, the Sodthern Pacilic.
Then there is the Atlantic and Pacifie
which connects at Alhuqu rque with the
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe and runs
westward to San Francisco. One hundred
and fifty miles of this western branch have
been built already, and tlie road is being
pushed forward as rapidly as men and
money can do the woik. Next, look at
the Denver and Rio Grande, a narrow.
guage line, which runs down in a straight
line from Denver and enters the territory at
tl.o north, near Conejos, continuing through
to E Paso. it is now ilinhed to Espa
niola, within thirty miles of Santa i'e,
where it will connect with the Mexican
narrow guage system. It has two branches
running up the rich mining valley of tIe
San Juan, about eighty miles of wmicim are
linisted, and another running up the Char
ma River Valley. The 'exas, Santa F"e
and .Northern, to run up the Pecos River
Valley in the southeastern part of the terri
tory to Santa Fe, is just emerging from an
emikyronic state, and it is expected that
the compivany will soon begin work. This
line Wil I connect at Espan.ibla with tie Don
ver and RIio Grande.
(Groe4ry Storom Tatik.
The articles in a grocery store got nad
the other morning and had a little talk over
politics, religion, etc., in a niost spirited
"F'm no sucker," said the mackerel.
"You are a nighty scaly sort of party
though," said the sugar, "aud I've get
baud enough to tell you so to your face."'
"I'll run counter to that," retnarked a
piece of woodwork lengthwise of the store.
"'Iay the question oi the shelf," said
"Let us have peam," cried out the coffee.
"Balm, you must be green," said the
starch, "look at me aid get a little stiffen
img to brace you."
"Lard help us," wailed the butter.
"Shell out and let's get from beneath
this yolk," cackled the eggs.
"Hit hii with a London club," said a
bottle on the top shelf.
"None of your sauce, wait till- you cat
sup with the times," lir0ed up the pepper in
"Shut up or l'll sour on thme whole lot of
yeou," snapped time vinmegar.
'"Tatly, tall'y," wisupered thme molasses,
"let's get into tihe thick of It.''
''Let's call it a draw," siinpered the tea,"
"We are too strong," howled the
''low have the mity fallen ?'' replied
the knife ais it siug the cheese on the
"'Aw, you shut uip," atliswered the clieese
as it closed the blade and Chuicked it ouit, of
sight behind a bare.
"Let's soap Ior heter things," said the
''How can we ini the presenmce of a lye,"
saidl the soda.
" 'Well, if I'm a lye you mare an alkali,''
came the answecr..
- "I rise to ai poinit of nrder, sung cut the
'"Salt himmi (down,'' squteailed out a ham,
"for l'm about smioked -oumt."
"You can all be bought,"' said the
"Ah, you sweet thing," caime back the
response, 2'Whait are you giving us ?"
"'Well, i'll be darned,'' ripped out the
coffee sack, ''if this nmusnm't slop.''
''That's oil right," gurgled the kerosene.''
"Bl1ast youi N,'' roared tl! jiyoivder.
"'I cani nf -~ that, " fumedc~ I he sulphur.''
"I'm et ., "'shrieked the lead over in
"'I'm cut,'' grained thme meat, "'aud will
have to be mustered out of ser'vice.
"l'm killed,'' chorused thme oyster, the
lobster, the codilsh, thie mackerel, thme pork.
the beef-and in thme amIdst of it, thme grocemry
keeper walked in and every thinmg was
hushed and tradeC went cin as usual.
T1o th'e wvorld In general a cigar, is mere
ly a tightly-rolled p~acket having brittle
Iragnments of dry leaves within. and~ a
smooth, silky leaf for its outer wvrapper'.
When it is burnt, and the leatsantly-la
voredl smoke is inhamled, tihe habitul
smoker clains foi' it a soothinig luxury that
quiets the irritable ner-vonis organism, r
hieves weariness 'md entices repose. Sci..
ence, scouitinmg so suiperlicial a dlescript ion,
examnines first the smoke, second the leaf,
thijrd time ash, in the snmokc is dInscoveredl
water in a vap('rous state, 8so)t (free carb'on,)
carbonic acidl and1 carbionic oxide, anid a
vaporous substance cond~eiinable into oily
nicotine. These gre time general dlivisions,
which chemists have still fuither' split up,
and in so doing have found acetic, formnic,
* butyric, valeric and propionic acids, prus
sic acidl, creosote ad cairboh~c acid, aim
m ionia, sunlph~urelttedi hydrogen, pyr'idinle,
* viradine, picoine, lutidin1e, coliodhne, par
voline, carodine and rubidine. These last
arc a series of oily bases belongi'ng to the
hiomologues of aniline, first discoveredl in
* coal-tar. Applying chemical tests to thme
leaves, other chemnists have found inicotiai,
tobacco camphor or nicotiamnine (about
* which not munch is known,) a bitter ex
tractive matter, gum chlorophyl, malate of
lime, sundlry ailbuinoids, malic aclid,
woody fiber and~ various salts. TIhe
feathery white ash, which In its cohmeshoon
and whiteness is indicative of a good cIgar,
.yields potash, sodla, magnesia, lime, phos-8
phioric acid, sulphuric acid, sIlica and chlQ
* rlne. The ingredients extraciablo from a
poor an~t cheap cigar would be fearful and
wonderful to contemplate. Ihere is a list
from a Parliamentary report on adultera
tions in tobacco: Sugar, alum, lime, 1loqr
or meal, rhubarb leaves, salt-petre, fuller's'
earth, starch, umalt commonmgs, chiromnate of
lead, peat moss, .,polasses, burdock. leaves,
common salt, ezndive leaves, lamnpblack,
gum, red lye, a black (lye composedi of
vegetable red and licorice, scraps ot .news
paper, cInnamon stick& cabbage. loaves and
straw brown paper.
BoNEs FORt TREEs.-Nature Is so born- iful
and our heritage in this great country is so
broad that we are not as people inclined to
economize., in years to come, as the land
is more thickly settled, he will be the suc
cessful farmer who learns to make a little
ground yield plentifWly. In those days
the advice of the Agriculturist on the
saving of old bones will be more valued, if
not more valuable. , It says: "Plant food
is concentrated in bones, and most garden
era, who make a business or raising fruits
and vegetables, appreciate their value. In
tree planting they are almost Indispensable.
They can be had of village boys generally
for about twenty-five to fifty cents a
barrel. They pick them up about the
streets, gardens and slaughter-houses, the
remnants of butcher's meats sold to famIlies. I
This kind of bone is fine to be put into I
borders for grape vines and fruit trees, and I
to bury under old trees withoutany prepara
tion. A bushel of these bones to a newly
planted tree is none too much, and one may
safely plant five bushels under a bearing
apple or pcar tree, or grape vine. So large
results will not follow immediately from
these coarse pieces as from the ground
article, or from superphosphate. But there
will be in the soil a supply of food for
many years to come, and the roots will
appropriate it as they have need. 'The fine
rootlets will seek the bones, as eagerly as
they seek water in a tile drain. We have
freqently taken i) grape vines planted in
this way, and found the whole mass of
bone, once solid, penetrated with fine roots.
We doubt if any investment in fertilizers
pays bdter than in these bones from
butcher's meat, which are quite plentiful in
AuE SuoiRr-HoRx CATTLE IIARIDY ?-Yes,
we answer, as hardy as any other breed in
existence ; and if properly reared, with
abundant feed, not even the common scrubs
of the country are inore so. Whatever
slight delicacy is ever found is owing to
keeping theni up In cold weather in too
waria stables, in too close yards, and feed
ing too high, especially with corn. To
make bullocks this will answer, but breed
ing animals, both male and feiale, should
have no more grain or meal than is neces
sary to keop them in full, steady growth.
Oats, wheat-bran, or shorts, mixed with
not over one-fourth Indian mcal, is best for
this purpose, together witi a little oil or
cotton-seed meal. Hoots also of various
sorts are excellent, as they tend to soften
the hay or straw in tfhe stomach, and render
it more easily digestible, like grass in sum
mier. During this time they should have
amliple open-air space for exercise, except
in cold, stoiny weather; then alone nced
they be warmly sheltered. It is proved
that if the dams of all kinds of doiestice
stock, from horses down to pigs, are reared t
as above, their olfspring, fron birth up,
are hardier than such as are dropped fron
those more tenderly kept and more highly
fed. It is especially necessary that bulls t
designed to be Soki and turned out among
the wild cows of the great Western phiins
should be hardily bred and reared.
Pt-r C.ovEi oN XoUl LAN.-An Ohio
paper says that by clavering hundreds of a
farms that were about worthless have been c
rescued from dilapidition and ruin. It is
an accepted truisin that as long as "clover
will catch," the farm can be restored to t
paying fertility, and by a good rotation is ii
even getting more productive and profitable; t
for after some years of such treatment the v
land will bear harder farmning ; that is, two f
or three crops may succeed a good coat of t
clover before h:ying down to clover agaIn. a
Itough new land should be subdued by the
use of new clover. .Nothing so effectually
rots out stumnps and~ kills weeds and sprouts,
and prepares the land for the plow and
good~ piaying crops. Wild new land sho~ild
always have it, sown on the first grain cr01),
down. 1t saves a vast ainounit of laibor for
in a few ycars it, so tames the groundl and
clears it of enemies to the plowv that it
works like old groundl, and is good for full
crops. One great error is often fallen into,
and that is following the old tradition that
a bushel of clover seed wvill do ifor eight
acres. That, may have been enouigh to
clover land pamrtially when it was new, but
whoever ainms at getting up his land in a *
sp~eedy and proiltable way should sow a
bushel on four acres, so that, his land miay .,
be thoroughly shaded.
bienmovso L~NI). -It is as vain to try to r
imp~rove badly run dlownl land without ma
nutre as to attemplt to fat ten an animal
without food. .lf there is no nmanure to be e
hadt it is ahnost hopeless to expect, to un.
prove exhausted land by growing crops to ~
plough uinder. It is not always Male to i
trust to lime or plaster. if the soil halp
pensm to be abundantly supp)hlied with every
other- aecessary ingrediient except lime or
sulphuric acid theni linie or phiswter mnay be
useful. It the soil has still heart, enough
left to produce clover there is a favorable
prospect, for its gradual imuprovernent by
growing tis~ crop, anid loughing it, under.
In this case I t pioiiinds of phlister, sown
upon the clover wihen it is young, mnay be
very benmetciah. When clover cannot be
giown bu'ckwhevat uiy lie tried as a substi
tute unmtil two or ithree crops have he'en
turnied undmuer. It, will pierhaps be cheaper
in lie eind to piurchause Iiauxre, or such a I
fem ilizer as guano, titan to wait for thme slowt
process of .,tpro.viing lands by means of
\r~ .'E or irmli.tzRo.--To ascertain I
the value of anmy fertilizer, where itsi analy'
sia is kniown, multiply the per centt. of each
ink1rdient. itrogen, phosphomric acid, or i
potiash-by its price por~ pound, which
giyes the va le of a hunudred poundls ; a ton
wvoil he twenty tiines that musch. Theli
iniarket price o)1 nitrogeni per pound may be
stated at about eighteen cents i, phtosphoric
acid t wvelve and a-half centls and potash six
A (ci.0sar for1 keepling tubs of butter may
lie inadle with double walls, illied ini iih
sawdust anid a double door. A zinie shlf ,
at tihe top may hohl1( the ice, and a lead pipe
bent in one place to make a trap to keep
the air fronm comning in fronm the outside
imay be used to carry off thme water. if the
closet is kept t ightlhy closed the ice will last
lonmge!r. If the air in thme closet Is damp
keep ai peck of fresh ilme in it which will
absorb the moisture.
ITm ms well known thatt butter, creami, nidik
and flour' are peculiarly liable to absorb
etiuvia, and should, therefore, never be
kept In nmouldy rooms or placed where
there are suouir lIftimds5,' or aromatic vegeta
tiles, suich ais oins, cab~bage andi tuirnips;|
or smoked fishi *or bacon, or, hiedl, any:
kInd of food or thing of strong odor, lest
they lose their flavor.
' un estimated nimpiber of cowvs In the
Uited States is 12,000,000. The product
in butter, cheese and milk, inchuding what
is usedi on time farms, Is esthnatedt at
MANY a farmer says ouit large sumis for
fertilizers, while lie allows those of his own
barnyardi to ruin to waste.
IF your little chickens are dirooplng, try
hard and( sulphur. Th'io cauise is very likely
to be lice, and not nmny complicated
WIT AND HUMOR.
DoNALD M'OREtozt, a notorious sheep
Aifter (alias sheep-stealer), in the north
Bighlands, being at last overtaken by the
grlin tyrant of the huiani race, was visited
by the minister of the parish, whose ap
earance, however, was by no means
igreeable to him. .The holy man warmly
exhorted the dying Highlander to reflect
ipon the long and black catalogue of his
ilns, before it was too late, otherwise he
would have a tremendous account to give
it the great day of retribution, when' all
he crimes he baab'ommittcd in the -world
would appear in dreadful array, as evi
lonce of his guilt. "Och I sir," cries the
lying man, "and will a' the sheeps, and
he cows, and ilka thing Donald has help
id herself to, be there." "Undoubtedly,"
'eplied the parson. "Then let ilka shen
lenan tak her nain, and Donald will be
a honest man again."
tQuincy, (Ill.) Daily Herald.I
peakIdng "by the card"
C. H. Wood, E-q., of the C. & T.
Ry., Port Huron, Mich., favors our
:orrospondent with the following:
After suffering for nearly a year with
rheumatism, receiving treatment from
tuost of the best physicians of Miehl
4an and the West, I happened to try a
bottle of St. Jacob's Oil. Upon the
first application I used fully half a
bottle, and Its ofect was lmost in
itantaneous. I Immediately dropped
ill other treatment, and contined my
icif to its use alone. - Alter thq use of
,hire bottles, listead of being driven
o my business, or moving about on
3rutches, I walked from one to three
nles daily about builnoss, and have
been free from this horrible disease for
)ver a year, not having the slighest
'wingo of it. Hence, I say that all
miedicines known to in are useless
when compared with the Old Orman
remedy. Use'thlis statemeuc whoa and
whero it suits.
WEnxN the small boy cane to the owner
f the trout hatching establishment at i
ertain country summer resort and wanted
D buy about one hundred fair sized trout,
he owner was suirprised and wanted to
:now what the lad proposed to do with
n. And the boy explained: "I want
3 get money enough for a base ball suit
nd if I take the trout and contrive to
icet on the edge of- the town, those city
haps that I Saw starting out with poles
lis morning, I reckon the profits will be
nough to do it." And the inan said:
'Sonny you'll got along in the world and
row up to be a nabobs You know what's
A nov on Jones street was the other
vening eating away at a big cocoanut
liat had been cracked open with a brick
at, when a pedestrian felt it his duty to
alt and remark:
"Boy, don't you know that too much of
lat stuff may give you the colic ?"
"I gues so," was the reply.
"Then why do you eat it ?"
"Well, if my chum, who lives next door
ap stand the small-pox for aix weeks, I
uces I can put up with the colic for three
r four hours I" was the reply, as he bit
if another big hunk.
"MoinE," remarked a Duluth girl. "I
unk lHarry imist be going to propose to
1o." "Why so, my daughter " queried
Lie old lady laying down her spectacles,
thile her face beamed like the moon in its
urtcenth night. "Well, he asked me
xiis evening if I wasn't tired of living with
unh a menagerie as you and dad."
PhailadeIpua P'oIice Iuop~ratets
Theii Philadelphia Ledgjer of Decem
'or 29), 1880, mentions amnong mnany
>thers, the case of' Chief of LPolice of
hat city, Samuel 1I. Giveu,1thq., Who
ays he used Sr. Jacob's Oil in his
amily, for various painfu'l ailments,
vith excellenit results. ie has also
ieard from mainy who have u~sed it for
'heumatismn, that It alone oi. all reme.
lIes did them good.
"'I NRVER did( see such a wirnd and
torm," ra d a man in a cottec-room.
'And, p)ray, sir," inquired a would-bc
,it, "simce you saw the wind and storm,
t'hat might the color be ?" ''The wind
low and the storm rose," was the quiet
A YoUNOu man who didn't like the color
f his hair, wrote to a chemist, asking,
'What is the best (tying receipt?'" The
haemist wrote back, "Fool with an empty
A MAinixw man whose house rent is paid
y his mnother-mi-laiv alludes to her as his
A PilvAiK view: Stud groom, who has
oked in: "Comes of a hartis' famn'ly
iyself, sir; my imother married an 'ouse
A Bum'vAL.0 Sunday School teacher is in
roule because she gave her pupils circus
ickets instead of the ordinary merit cards.
A I.An)Y friend says that bachelors are
ik~e a batch of biscuits, good enough afler
hey are mixed.
IT is always better to keep out of a qular'
vi that to iniake it up ever so amicably
after you have got into one.
M"nxT. wive~s formerly. took "'a stitch in
ime ;'' now, with the aid of a sowing mia
:hiine, ihey take one in no lime.
Mmrs love chances so wvell that they
vould rather wiin itty cents than earn two
Tex Chinamian had a good grip on the
dea when lie spoke of the ecuunber as "no
MEN and wvoinen are something alike.
l'he one takes to the beer glass, the other
o the gier glass.
Tlux young man who Wants to get uip
with the sun must not, sit, up late with the
WURN that young man oat West hugged
[is best, girl to death wvas it iiot a (lead
Wux'r law hias.beani the greatest, terror
to evildoers since the world begani The
Tux fellow who wvas much struck b~y a
young ldy wanted to return a kiss for the
Tnx fellow who wants to know what
will ibring out his hair readily- siiouldi gel
IT is a wise mani who knows which side
liis bread is oleomnargarined on.
Onn, isn't, it, that the moon only shines
n the bright nights!I
WHEN the girls get new sacques, witt
places are made glad.
JF your fence is (town, picket up.
Tnx lost chord-A stolen clothes line.
Cement for.Rubber.-Powdered he
lao is softened in ten times its weight of
stron -water of ammonia, whereby a trans
parent mass is obtained, which becomes
fluid after keeplug somellit;le thite without
the use of hot water. In three or four
weeks the mixture is perfectly liquid, and,
when applied, it will be found to soften
the rubber. As soon at the ammonia evap
orates the rubber hardens again-it Is said
qqito firmly---and tus becomes impervious
both to gaed and tI liquids; "For ceient
Ing sheet rubber, or'rubber material in anu
shape, to metal, glass, and other smooth
surfaces, the ement is highly recom
"Jaisum iTp, six loqg years of bed.
ridden sickness costing $200 per year,
total $.20-ad of this expense was
stopped by three bottles of Hop Bitters
taken by my wife. She has done her
own housework for a year since, with
out the loss of a day, and I want every
body to know it, for their benedt.'
Ink to which sugar is added will not
dry up rapidly.
The Best Medicinee
FR ItroltT, lils., Sept. 27, 1878.
H. R. STEVENS, iloston:
Dear Hir.-I have been using your valuable
imedicine, "Vegetine." for General Debility. and
have no hesitatlowin having that. I consider it
one of the best, it not th best medicine in
the ra rket, lor a general lavigorator and'Blood
Puriller. J. 1. PIOtTElt.
GIVES GENERAL SATISFACTION.
Eruptions of the Skin, 0hronio Sore Eyes,
and General Debility.
Read what Dr. Simmons says:-.
VERONA, MIss., June 5, 188.
D. R. STEVENS, Boston:
I htvo used "Vege tine" in my family for two
yeai s and cordially recoinmend it as a remedy
for Eruptions or the skin, Chronic Sore Eyos
and General Debility. I have also r .con
mended It to a great inany persons in this sec
tion, and I think It has given general satisiae
tion. Very respect.fully.
DR. J. J..8IMMONS.
Your very valuable medicino. "Vegotine," re
stored the sight to my little daugh lter, saved
her irom being blind, and I have no doubt saved
heir life. Very gratefully.
.0 31,R8. J. J. SIMMONS
WITH SUCH BENEFIT.
SHEDOTOAN, Wis., Nov. 15. 1878.
R. STEVENS, Boston:
Dear 8ir.-1 can fully testify to the eflolency
of your Vegotine as a Oreat Blood Puriller,
having used it during the last seven niontihs
with such benellt.
W. 0. ST. SURE. Druggist,
IN. a. STEVENS, luouton, Mame.
Vegetine Is Sold by All IMuggIsat.
MR8. LYDIA E. PINKHAM, OF LYNN. MA33.
LYDIA E. PENKHAM'S
I, a Positive Cure
for all those Patnftui Vomplaints a Weaknsegees
socommon toourbestsfemaele populatten.
It will cure entirely th. worst form of Female Cam,
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Rnnammation ad Ulcers.
lion, Failing and DIsplacements, end the consequent
spinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change of Life.
It will dissolve and expeltumors from the uterusia
an early stage of development. The tendency to cam
erous humors therels checked veryspeedily by its use.
It removes faintness, flatileney, destroyssall craving
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Proatratlon,
General Debility, Sleeplessnes, Deprssioa and Indi.
That feeling of bearing down,ecausing pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by its use.
It wi at all timsa and under all circumstancee Lot in
harmony with the laws that govern the female systemn.
For the cure of Kidney Qomplait of either sex thip
Compound Is unsurpassed.
LYDlIA E. PINKIIAM's VEoUMTABLE (lOX.
POUND is prepared at 238 and *38 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price $1. Six bottles for $6. sent by mail
In the form of pfis, also in the form of iosenges, om
receipt of price, aI per box for either. Mrys. Pintet~an
freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Send for pamnph
let. Address as above. Mention this Phsp.
Ne family should be without LYDIA E. PINK HAII
LIVER P1LI.5. They cure constIpation, bilieussn
and torg4 lty of the lIver. 36 cents par box.
are- Mald by all D~rugglats. -1S
THE~ GREAT CURE
As it is for aill diseases of the KIDNEYS,
L.IVE R A ND B'OW ELS.
It olcansoe tho system or the acrid poison
that oanees the droadful suffering which
Only the viotinss or Rholumatismt can realize.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of tho worst forms of this terrible disease[
have boon quickly relioved, In a short time
has hnd wonder ful suecess, and en Immenso
sale in every partof the Country. in hun-.
dreds of eases i t las cured where all else had
faitled. Iils mild, but eofiint, OE~RTAIN
IN ITS ACOTION, but harmless in allcasges.
tWIt cleanaea. 8tlongithens And givea New
Life to all the Importantorganaof the body.
Thd natunral action of the Kidneya i. restored.
T'he Liver is eleased of all digeae, and the
Bowela move fleely sind healthffully. In this
way the worst iseas~s ar e radicated from
themt proye'by ltlousanda that
is the moet offbotual reincdy for cleansing the
system of all morbid sooretions. It should bo
used in every household assa
Alwvays cures IIILIOU8NEss, CONSTIPA
TION, PIL 18S and all FEMALE Diseases.'
Is put'up in~)ry Vegetable~oese, 1nti cans,
one packagre c f wiesich iakes Oquarts medicine.
Also in I.lould Ferm, very Concentrated for
the convenienco of those who cannotreadily pro.
pare ii. It act with eqamti effitencyin eitherferm.
GilT IT OF' YoUit iUG~isT. PICEH, 51.00
WVEI,S, IilCH Alib!SON & Co.. Prop's,
(Ovill send t he d ry post.paid.i lilliiNTos. YT.
Tnose aSlwersaug an ?Gvert~isrneS WII
confers a w upon the lAdvertiser andth
P'ubliher by tallgthat they saw the adve
The people want something now and ap
propriate in the way of household mottos.
They say: Let's have something new and
something more appropriate. "Turn Down
the 'Bs" could be extended Ato include:
"And also the Kerosene Lamp," and when
worked in three colors and framed in gilt,
it would beat a chromo, of the Yosemite
Valley all hollow. "Shut That Door" Is a
little old, but let us add: "Or P11 wallop
youl" and it at once becomes a thing to be
gazed at and pondered.over. "Forget Me
Not" has no significance at all, and should
have never appeared as a' motto. No one
will forget you if you are like the rest of
the world. Let us replace thoe meaning
less words with: "Remember those Carpet
"Honor thy Father and Mother" is
played out entirely as a motto, and can no
longer be found at the fancy stores. What
is now wanted is a card reading: "Give
the Old Folks a Show." "Remember the
Sabbath" hangs In thousands of homes
where the old man goes fishing, the mother
darns stockinger and the children play ball
and marbles all day long. "Remember
You Water Tax," would be far more ap
propriae for such a family, and perhaps
save considerable expense and trouble. "In
the Sweet By-and-by" reads very well, but
there is too much chance for disappoint
inent. Better replace it with "We'll all
Gather on the Veranda after September.'
It you have no veranda of your own gather
on the one next door. Take 'em all (own
and pack 'em away. They are all like a
promissory note without a date. Some
chap will'soon strike a lead In something
new, and all will want to redecorate.
None receive so much benefit, and
none are so profoundly grateful and
show such an Interest in recommend
ing Hop Bitters as wonien. It is the
only remedy peouliarly'adayted to the
many ills the sex Is almost universally
subject to. Chills and fever, iniliges.
tion or deranged liver, constant or
periodical sick headaches, weakness in
the .'back 6r kidneys, pain In the
shouldes and different parts of tho
body, a feeling of lasattude and des
pondency, are all readily removed by
A ILACKSMITu was lately crimmoned to
a county court as a witness in a dispute
between two of his workmen. The judge,
after hearing the testimony, asked then
why he did not advise them to settle, as
the cost had already amQunted to more than
three times the disputed sum. He said,
"I told the fools to settle; for I said the
clerk would take their coats, the lawyers
their shirts, and if they got Into your Hon
or's hands, you'd skin 'em."
The demand of the peop'e for an eas31.
method of preparing Kidney-Wort has in
duced the proprietors, the well-known whole
sale druggists, Wells, ilichardson & Co., of
Burlington. YL, to prepare it fer sale in liquid
form as weil as in ory form. It saves all the
labor of propaiIng, and as It is equally effi
olont it is preferred by many persons. Kid
ney-Wort alwaye and everywhere proves tadf
a perfoottmody.-BurALo NEwd.
A DUTHMAN once met an Irishman on
a lonely highway. As they met, each
smiled, thinking lie knew the other. Pat.
on seeing his mistake, remarked, with a
look of disappointment, "Faith, an' I
thought it was you, an' you thought it was
me, an' its nayther of us." The Dutch -
man replied, "Yaw, dat ish drue : I am
an anoder man, you ish not yourself ; we
p)c poth some other podice."
THOUSANDS SrPEAK.-Yezetine is ac
knowledged and recommended by phy
sician a and apothecailes to be the best
purifier and cleanser of the blood yet
discovered, and thousands speak in its
praise who have been restored to
HEnoio order of a general upon the bat
tle fiel1 to dne of lis subordinates;to whom
he indicates a perilous position:
"Coloniel, occupy that village with your
regiment, hold it till you have been killed
to the last mani, and then send back for
further orders !"
CAN Sally-rate-as a gocad cook if the
bread is heavy.
Mo-ru Snwr-oN's prophecy Is sup
posed to be about four hundred years
old, and every prophecy has been full
filled 6xcept the last-the end of the
world in 1881. Buy your Uarboline, a
deodorized extract of petroleum, the
great natural hair restorer, before the
world comes to an end
For articles of rubber which have be
come hard andl brittle, Dr. Pol recommends
the following treatment :--Immerse thme
articles in a mixture of-water ammonia one
part, and water two parts, for a time vary
ing from a few mmnutes to an hour, accord
ing to the circumstances of the case. When
the mixture has acted1 enough on the rub
ber it will be found to have recovered all
ts elasticity, smoothness and softness..
WOMAN'S Tritumph I The discovery
of L ydia E. Pinkhamn' Vegetable Com..
An imsntakable eruption of Mount
Baker, in Washington territory, is said to
be in process, causing considerable con
sternation amnong the scatteredi settlers of
that region. As seen from Upper Sumas,
some fifty miles distant, the display of fire
andl smoke is pronou:nced to be magnificent
"SELLEzs'ai ver Pills"' are the secret
to perfect health, long life, and abso
lute happiness. Sold by all druggists.
A ''arnish. for roofs has recently been
patented in Germany which is composed
of thirty-five parts of clay slate, thirty parts
ntica slate, and thirty-five parts rosin, all
finely powdlered and beated with fifty
parts of tar.
Tux invalid finds in "Dr. Lindsey's
Blood Bearoher" nature's great re
storer. It Is wonderful.
All ordinary photographs are apt to
fade by long exposure to light, and cannot
be easily redeveloped by chemical means.
?d881n8. MooANm & kliADLY, Mutual LIfe
Buildinig, 'i'eni h snd chestnut Utree' a, hiave on
hand a superbto tck os extra neo quuhty pla
noions, which they offer at as low prices as
stones or the lirst quahiy, perct alike In color
and shape, can be solai fur.
are prescribing that tried and true remedy,
Kidniey-Wort for the worst easej of bilious-.
nons and constipation, as well as for kidney
complaluts. There is ecaroely a person to be
found that Wi not be greatly benefitted by
a thorough course of Kidney-Wort every
spring. Af you feel out of aorta and den't
know why, try a paekage of Kidney-Wort
and you w~lh fooa Jako a now oroaturo.--hq.
We want IntellIgent, energetic Lady Agents
to sell to women only, an article of. real hy
giente merit. For partiouhars and liberal
AGNER1 & 00. Chienovn.
unn1de FROSTED FEET
Genleral Boaily Pdln,
im ig AD
ALL OTHER PAINS
mi 1 im .Im ACJ(ES.
Pn , vparation on earth equals ST. JAC OnL r a1 4A
BUSIM13PLIC and cuAssa External Re64y.% tril ptBl
but the cpaaieytilnutlay or YOCENTS and every
ene sugfering t rain ca= have heap and posi To pr f
Its claims' DIRECOoNS IX ELEVEN LANQUAGM.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN MEDIIE .
A. VOGELER & CO.
Baltimore, Md., V. 5. A.
Tue Traveler wlao Wisely Provatten
Against tie contingency of 1111s by tak ig
with im lostetter's S1 o1na~hll iictrA, hias oc
casion to congratulate himself on his foresight,
When ho aces Others who have neglea'ted to do
B- suffering from some one or the maladi -a for
which it is a remody ant, prove n, ve. Among
these are fever and agite, billousnesi, conitipa
ion and rheumatism, dtieases often at ti-ndaiint
Upon a change of climate or unwonted <iet.
For sale by all druggists and dealers generally.
1st. Buy seven bars Dob.
bins' Electric Soap of your
2d Ask him to give you a
bill of it.
3d Mail us his bill and your
4th. We will mail YOU
FREE seven beautiful cards, in
six colors and gold, represent-.
ing Shakspeare's " Seven Ages
I. L. CR AGIN & CO.,
116 South Fourth Street,
n!E STE V r. PTA r t print name. 10t.
Oakland, ,~RAlarahli Co., Ky.
Aen lbnr rircilars. Agents watiited. DAVIM & 0.,
The l'ur t and lkest Miedicine ever Made.
nos a ur tio proprtic of al other flte
oeg u ator, anti Jifo ar d Ialth lstoriu g
Agent on earth.
Jttersaro us ud svarledd orfoct arotir
~They give nov1l1 fo andvigortotheaged andinfirm.
To all whose o ploymentecauso irregulari
ty of thebowelsor urinary organs, or who ro
quireoan AppetIzer Tonio and mildlltimulant,
flop flitters are iaval usble, Without Intox
No matter whatyour fo lings or symptoms
are what the disease or all mene is usC lo-p Jilt.
ters. D~on't waltuntilyoua 30 sjck but if you.
only feel bad or miserable, use them~ at once."i
16 may saveoyourlife.It6has saved hunidreds.
ouroor ho. Do no6 suffe Oi etyfli rfe,, -
*ulfer,but use afM urge them to uso Hop g
. Itemember, flop flitters is no viio, drugged
drunken nostrum, hut the Purest a n d heat
Medicine ever made; the "INiTAIa FRlIENSD~
and li0n and no person Or fainty
P~Ot ian |abslt n reis til'""*"'' irn
nrcotics. Als'od by rggists. end
tocheser.N.Y andi Tornsto. Ont,
D~r. MElTTAUUR l1EADACTrE ryL1
short time both SIOK andt NEIWVOUSJ
the nervous system, cleanse the atoms
regular healtby action of tho bowels,
A full size box of these valuable PE]
pletes cure, mailed to any address da
stamps. For sale by all druggists at9
tow look out for a rousing good new
SUNDAY SCHOOL SONG BOOK
ith the above title. The tompiler. Mr. R. IL
Icintosh, is well knowni to hundreds of thou.
ands as one of the most Bueessful providere
if sweet melodies and bright hymns for the
ra'eat Sunday School public. Our b6st writers
Lnd composers have contributed. The book
iss a beautiful title. Is well printed and te
vory way desirable. Bond for specimen pages
free), or specimen copy, which is mailed for
he retail price. B. cents.
Also, just published, TIIE DACON LIGHT
80 cts.) By Tanney and Hoffman. And nearlY
-oady, a now book by Abbey and Minger, matk.
ng a t rio of Sunday School books that cannot
Oliver Dits6n & Co., Boston.
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DR. . C. FLQWER,
1%e Great Heater and World R
OFFICE and RESIDENCE:
1018 RACE street, Phaladelpltu,
5 Went 22d Street, New York.
Dr. Flower has treated and oured within the last
rear upwards of thirteen thousand atie t, l' eludinig
kil oaracter of disoasee. unr ods and thousan 4
)f these persons have been bromatist to the Doctorls
)ftce on beds of ilokness, and almost in the throes of
Tits Philadelphia Sunfday Mercury, of NoT. 14, 18,
isve : " Dr. Flower, the world-renownod magnetlst.
1013 Itace straet, i porform ng wonderful our&e at
The Phliidelphia Recori, of Doc. 21,18190 *s
"hr. Flower has denoonstratted that his met o'1 gj
veatiat disess, his : or and matcless ower
)ver mill other sy'.t'.,n a) hati. which hyv. failed,
tas iroved thi. tdisi-ase lAs a dinjerols oiny In the
D.r. and ta % ld systems of drogs a dAt~geroes
The I'l adtelphia Times of November 14 1880 Iay:
"Dr Fti..d n.l dxtraordiin y cores a woid ni in
il.arna outside, of thoe eerdit any asmdical wonidera.."
The Phil.adelphiat Stuaday 14em or Nov. 14 1880,
aysi ** The curos offected by Dr. Flower within the
an week are truly nifircnieeus. DIsase has baen
brought to a st'.,d-atili by this w'eoderful nman."1
Tile Phitudolphia Mercury of Nov. 21, 1880, says:
"Over two hundred al a fifty vati uts were turned
kway Is week by D~r. Iflow~or."
Dr. O-rard, of Ni w York, once opposed to Dr.
Fnoer's P.'tei, af ter invostigati'gi the same for
h -l cird tharougha the pro,@ " theat In tits
work boatng-thie work which I am compelled
to be love, Dr. Flower h to been called to anld seens
to be moae thatii man In this work. II). nust be the
wold ror wonders. I have seen liae curs the dyieq
in-tantly. akil bring thenm from the throes of death
in a fP-v niinutes."
Dr. Flowor can be consulted at either of the above
R cos, other througa correspnimdeno or by pr:
01111i appltcalaeio1. If a peroeon:ts Interviow 0sdo
ired. arrin0gemanentS 11haona1d be esnelo In advanov.
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it my lowest prices.
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