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RENovATivo WolN-OUT LAND.-No
good farmer will allow his fields to become
exhausted by excessive cropping but will
adopt timely ineasures for keeping up their
fertility ; but should they become reduced
under bad management., the questmpg of re
novating is one of t yory first impo'tance.
If the farmer has ll bfianco 'of good
dressing, the question Is easy of solution;
but where large areas are to be restored the
manure heap is likely to fall, and some
other plan must be adopted. The choice,
in such a case, lies between green manur
ing and sheep. Land whose fertility has
become quite low will prodnce a decent
crop of clover by the aid of a liberal appli
cation of plaster, and this clover, when
ploughed underacts wonderfully in restor
ing the lost fertility of the soil. Buck
wheat will flourish upon soil too poor for
corn or wheat, and, next to clover, is per.
haps the best crop for green manuring.
Both should be turned under when in full
bloom. The value of sheep for restering
run-out grass lands Is too well known to
require anything more than simple
mention. 1t has been- successfully prac
Used for generations, and yet there aire
many farmers who complain of run-out
lands, who keep no sheep ait all. Aside
fromt their value In restoring worn outI
lands to fertility, there is no stock the
farner can keep that pays so well, and
that so many farmers do not keep them is
a wonder. We asked one farner the ques
tion the other (lay, and his reply wis that
his fences were too poor. in other words,
it would require a little labor to repair his
TilNNIxo Fiurr.-Skilful fruit growers
have long been in the practice of thinning
the young fruit on overbearing trees, both
for the good of the fruit that remains, and
to prevent exhaustion of the trees, and we
have often had occasion to urge the iit)por
tance of the practice, which in addition to
the advantages already mentioned, saves
much labor in hand-pickingr afterwards
numerous Imperfect specimenls, and much
time in assorting after they are gathered.
Before, or by tihe time they are an inch in
diameter, the finest syeciiieitis may be seen
for leaving, as the sinaller anid poorer ones
are taken out. 6ome valuable hints on
this subject were given at thie last winter
meeting of the Western New York llorti
cultural Society. W. C. Barry said they
could not get good exhibition pears without
thinning the clusters. They used a pole
with a uotch in one end, which enabled
the operator to twist them oir rapidly. E.
hloody, in speaking of the Northern Spy.
which is so ohten defective on crowited
trees, balid it wonutld UL become very prot
auble when we make up our minds to thin
it thoroughly, and that, if we would take
off in tiime front three-fourtihs to seven
eights, we would get nearty as much iii
measure, and twice thie price of any oIer
apple we grow. Alaj. Brooks thought tihe
8py could be best thinned by cutting out
crowded brainehes. Air. Viek sa1id no one
had anly mlitisiiess to glow iaippJes who
would not thin them.
FUNOAAN grass or millet can be grown
oil s(d land about as well as anywhere else.
A fiei taking off a crop of hay, turn the sod
over flat, spread oii and harrow in some
special fertilizer. Put in theseed at the rate
of one bushel to the acre, bushing it in and
rolling the land. If the ground is seeded
by the middle of July, a fair crop cau be
cut by the middle of September. There
are many wide awake fiarnerst who adopt,
the above practice every year.
'Tuii three following pr'(cesses may13 lie
laid dowii as the foundation oft iall good
farming: First, by draining, to get iad of
all the suiperfluous waiter. Secnd.ni to re
tarn to thbe land through the medium or
umnure made upon0 tile place, if poiblehh,
the fertility of thme soil wvhichm lins been
taken away by cropping. Tirld, to destioy
all weeds, thiat, they muay niot Iced upon
that, fertility of the soil which thle plantisI
Suiitriuin vni llore. -Roip will sonie
times yield to The hollowing tireatimeiit:
Open the al'eted fowl's beak and wvith am
tube, which may lbe forumed of paper, blow
half a teauspoonful of sidpihur docwii the
thlroat. Tlhree ilpplictions h ave been
known to cure.
AN Olio wool grOwver, noticing that
another flock master comnplained that lie
could not ridh his shleep of ticks, says he C
was troubled that, wiay once, amni aduvisesr
wetting salt with turpeintine when salting
sheep. lie funds this cifectual, without
A n1oos Time~,.
A boy entered the Fremont, Police Sta
tion on a rni Bunday irighit aiid requetdi a
the presen'ice of ani ollcer to quell a disturb- y
ince iin a houiise oin the uipper endi of Bleaui
bien street. Whmen the oflicer reiached the j
house lie found about twenty peolhe as
sembled to witness a marriagec, but a form
er lover of thme bride had refused to let tthei
ceremony piroceed. Th'le father took thme
otllcer through into the kitcheii and ex
'"Them objector and olije tioiis have
hiappdiy beent renmoved andim thme nmiarriatge
ceremlonly perfIorimed. Sorry3 to have t roua
bled you, but, you shaull partaike of t hiirteen
different kinds of refireshmieint."
''What wvas the trouble?'"
"'Well not much. Aly daughter waus en-i
gaged to a teamster, but t hey gut intoi at
qiuairrel and declared it oil'. Th'len she was
engaged to a bricklayer, hut lie lied to her,
and they broke it up. Then she was eni
gagedl to a inilkimnad tihey wer'e expect
iiig to be married1, wh'len along camne this
younig iman. lie is a coop( r,andi soi am 1. 1
saw how nice it wouild be for us to coop
together, lie usimg amy shop andim i usinig his
tools, anti ao 1 persuaded Alary to have
"'And the muilkimain kicked."
"'Yes. ile raised a great row ambouit it,
but we fInally subjugated him."'
"Conie this way ?"
Thel father led thle ofilcer ito thme back
yard, and the old lover', was then dliscover'
edl, tied neck and heals, andl pushed inito ian
emp~ty hogshead, with thme big tamilty dog
standing guard over hmiuu. he prisonetr was
terribly imdignated, threatening to cleian
out, the crowd, amid he re'sted a moment on
the high back feince to obaserve,
'"As for you, old peg-leg, I'll lay for youl
if I ever catch you, I'll nash every bonue
in your body I'"
"DIear inc I but how unreasomnable I'"
sighed the father as lie rubbiled his hanids.
''The youiig imani does anot, s'omn to realize
the benefits of a cooper copairtniersip. TIhe
capaimety of my shop01 will now be doubiled,
business will lie rushed, amnd I shall boardt
time bridal couple for $8 per week, cash
every Saturamday. iiubeii must get over
this unreasonableness or I shiall refuse to
take milk of him. But, come ini and kiss
the bride aund help um' festivate over the
T1he ofllcer found opportunity to ask
Mary If it was a happy match foi' her, aind
she answered :
"~Well, dad's boss hero. le saud I iiight
as well marry a cooper as a mIlkman, ad
I dida't want to flunk on the old mami. So~rt
o' boss time isn't, it "
IoUx MAnAD IREAD.-TWO di6tinel
methods produce good results; both arc
given below, wdh personial preference for
the'quickest: 'to ftiake the yeast-boll
two ounces of hops in'four quarts ot water
for a half;hour, strain, cool the liquid until
lukewarm. add half a pound of brown su
gar, twoteaspoonfuis of salt, and gradu
ally stir in one pound of flour; let this
leaven ferment four days In a temperature
of about 98 dog. Fahrenheit, stirring it
whenever it rises to a foatu. On the third
day add to it three pounds of potatoes
boiled and niashed, on the fournk day
strain and bottle it and keep it in a co>l
place. To make bread : Put seven punds
of flour in a deep bowl, make a hollow in
the center and put into it one quart of luke.
warm water, and use as nuch of it as is
necessary to make a rather soft dough,
inixing it welt with the hands until it is
sanooth and shining then strew a little flour
under and over it, cover the bowl with. ia
[lick folded towel, and set to rise lve
hours in a tenil)erature of v8 dog. when it
is risen knead it for 15 minutes, divide it
into four loaves, place them in separate
pans, and let the Joaves statid where the
lough ias beei until they have swollen to
louible their frst size ; prick each one three
,nes with i fork, and bake them one hour
ii a imoderate oven, tuing care not to
)urn thei. In winter be sure to keep tlie
rend dough well covered so that, it may
'lVX-'rIoN O DIriINiuA.-To prevent
liplItlicia, then, and so finally externuinate
t, every inan, woman and chili through.
>utm our land and the world shiould be
>rought to obey the the laws of life amnd
iealth. Parents shoulI regularly feed,
>roperly bathe and (iuly restrain all chil.
Irei before they coine to the years of
inderstanding and aecouintabilmtv. This
Aione would do munch. A late pronnnent
)l>ysicialn of Paris estimated that 3,000
hibiten had died in that, city durilig the
hirty years of his practice there fron short
louveb, snort Iants and or her kindred
il)rIienCes in the dressing of children,
knd 1 amn fully convinced that as largo a
roportion are sacrUfI.ced, in towns at least,
I this country froi the same cause-all
or a wPicked fashion. And, from a care
ill observation in this country and abroad,
amn confIdent that at least as iny inore
re carried off by innproper food and irreg
iarity inl taking it, together with poison
>us candies and other unwholesoine and
indigestible trash that no child or other
'crson should eat.
l'irt n i Kienv $. --A contriv
.ice called the DetectivC Cjainmera was late
y brought out in London. Its lilirpose is
o canble a Iersion to take photographs of
mly desired subject, without anybody but
kiniself being cognizant of the operation.
I outward appearance it resenibles a
quare case, and can tie (listluised as a
>ortinanteiu, a shoe-bilack's box, or even
book. The operalor places it upon the
;routiid, or holds it und(er his arm, the
>ressure of a pneumatic hail openiiig or
:losing time hided i10lns at the retuire(l
nonaeiit. Several scenes have been thus
eeiired, which bear evidence that tle mi1o(
Is hiad no idea that their images were be
og so stoleli.
Cous ixo nv E .Eine t immry, *-As a inath er
f fact the electric current is as well litted
o produce heat, as it is to priduce light,
.ind juWt ats electricity will, inl aill proba
uility, be made to yield the priicipal arli
elail ight of the futureso will it doubtless
e applied to lioiseloki heating. The
nie nnacilles which light the house by
ighit. will heat and cook by day, besides
'erforin g o1ther duties, such as driving a
offec niill or a sewinlg miachinie.
Autox'o cookies are very nice. Th'lis
ale will miakem a large quantity, and may
f course lhe vatriedl to suit, your need : T'wo
ontis of butter, three pounds of sugar,
nle po~uni Iof alhntds blanched and chop..
ed, cut, ini halves or poundied, two tea
poonfule of cinnilanon, 01ne teaspoonfiul of
aleratus, one Cuii of biolling water, one
Jiion, 0110 dozen eggs, kneadi~ in [tour
inough to nak th11( 1le douigh as stif as cooky
Loughi should be, roll andt cut in fancv
hapes, and after they arc in thie tiis
p~rinmkle [lhe alinionids thickly over thenu.
'uieom.t.Ara P'rmil1No.-Scaldl together a
niart of milk mind three ouncees of grated
hocolate. Set it away until coldl and then
i the beaten yolks of live eggs and1( cup
fsugar. him ke about twenty-live niinutes.
leat time whites of [lie eggs to a stilf froth,
p~read over [lhe [01) of the pudding anid
irowni themu slightly in [lie oven. Trhise
umndkhng shoult be served very col.
TIKI.RI'nox i A I.AII~st.---Th'e llelgiumn Tel
phone1 Coinipany3 have n~ade arrangements
o that any (r time subscribers leaving word
nmy evening niay bec awakened at any hour
lie nmext unornoig by3 mncs of a power
At i Ciiws.-Thr is aii eftfort mnsk ing
a England, to I est thle syvstein of e3Inpress
d aii (locks, wichvl have becen itroduiced
.to l'aris, and of which long dtescriptions
v'itiih ietorial ilhuisitain h015lave appearet
a scieti iic aiin mcan jouna~ls. 'i'enm
tatmiins are proposed for thle .lritish mne
Wnn-e tao l'o r'A-riOis. --Whip bioiled pota
oes to (crealny lightnesas with ai rork ; bmeat
ii liut ter, milk, pepper anid salt ; at last
he frothed white of anm egg ; to~ss irregul
rly umpon a dish, Set ini the oven two iini
Ites to reheat biit ti, not let, it color.
IWsA N 8.x AI. -l'ut. some limna benns,
>otate and(ii~ bieets (all boiled tenderC) on
ic, atul( a short timue befrore serving cut
he poitaitoes anid beets into rathier thbin
.ices, aid [lie beaus and dress wvith oim,
>epper, sal, and vinegar. Uarmish with a
I loraui surius wvill 111nd t hat. zines may
ie scoured with great ecoinmy of thme and
trength by uisinig either glycerine or cre
isote mixed with a little diluted suilhrie
Otria fretquently cracas because of the
Iryness of lihe air in roomis wamied by
iovcs. An Auistrian palper reco llnnends
lhe a~ditioni ofi a little chloridle of cidci um
o glue to prevenit this.
C'i AiN( of the hands(1, which is one of
hei iniost dhiagret abile in'cimivemiuem of
nhi1( weaither, canm he easily preveniled by
iibbinmg the hatmits with powdered stmarch.
1BAi Roap~, when boughti, hmoiuld he cuit
n square pieces andu put ini a dry pilace. It
msts better after ahrinakimg.
Ai.1. flish skini shiouihl be wasmhed, dried
hioroiughily, cuit in smiallI bits and put in a
lox or papiler taig [to use in sett[ling coffee.
Wusixvu the sauce boils from the
ddes of time pin you miiy know the Ilour'
ir con starchi ts done(.
M.A sv (10 not kinow that eggs readily ac
:pdire the lavor of [lie sumbstances imi whicht
lhey are preservedl.
IN Icimng enkee, dip the kniife frequently
into cold water,
A MAN read a enowspaiper art6 lip-&d
the duty and necessity of making wills. It
tQld of the evils and embarrasements which
frequently follow a neglect of this import
aut though disagreeable duty, and impress
ed it upon the reader that will-making was
somethlg that should not be postponed.
The artiblo produced a dep efTect upon,
this man at once. The tiought of nak og
a will had never entered his head before,
and lie was on the down hill side of life, too.
Ie turned it over and over in his mind.
True, lie was hd good health then, but lie
did not know what might happen. Men
in perfect health,' apparently, had been
known to drop down dead. Yet lie shrank
from making a will. it looked too much
like winding up one's worldly affairs for
the final Jutnp Into eternity. But 1lh1e
thought haunted hui. Io couldn't sl1e)
at nights on account of it. le was sorry
that lie knew anything about wills and re
gretted thiat he had ever read tWe article.
After growing nervous and thin and pale
over the matter. he finally screwed him
self up to the determiination thit tie would
make his will, when lie discovered that lie
hailn't anything to will and never had. lie
[l Nbiuurgh Catholki.1
'wir Staiteentiis Indorwod.
A strong stateniet unqualilledly in.
dorsed must indiluco contdene. In tihis
connection we note the following from Dr.
Louis Bck & Son, Sheboygaini, Wis. : We
have been handling 6t. Jacob's Oil and are
pleased with the large deniand. Hardly a
day goes by without hearing from some
one or itother uf our IVa'ron haviig used
it with entire satisfaction, saying it ii the
best thing they ever tried, and we join
them1 in so saying
A coNr tI mii v r 1.0 oiol nianl, lame 1111(
feeble, alt carrying a pinat bottle full of
somiething, halted a pedestirian in the at reet
the other day. and said --"I found this oot. 1
tle in the corner there, and I wish you'd
tell me what,'s in it." The other took it,
removed the cork, and snuffed in a full
breath. 'l'he next instant he staggered
against, the wall, clawing the air and chok
ing and gaspng, and it was a full minute
before lie blurted out. "Wy, you idiot;
tha's hartsh4o ' "Well, I'm perfectly
willing to take our word for it without
extra insults," ouserved the invalid, in an
injued voice. le took his bottle and
Walked ol', like a ian who hald beeni
abused without the least excuse.
Al AN is a noble creature. Ile will come
down town an( expend a quaImrter at a ihar
ber shop for shaving aimt piriliery. I le
will spend as much, or inore, on a game of
billiard, get his boots blackened, buy , a
qtarter's worth of cigars,a plug of toblacco,
and a glass of beer. Ile car ries home a lit
tle paper bucket of ice ercam, and helps to
cat it. The creani shows that tie is ready
to deny himself, and that lie never forgets
his darling little wife.
[HOst11it, (Mass4.) ' ti tr.
Alr. A. 1. MorsO, Westhioro', Mass.,
imentions to us the gratifying information,
that St. Jacob's Oil relieved him of a very
severe attack of scitic Itheniatisni and is
an excellent thing.
MADuANI X. asks her husbanti for a new
dress. "But, bless my soul, dear, this is
the fotrith new dress you've wanted in two
onthis." "Veiy well, very well; your
heartlessness will kill me, and then you'll
see if the new dress I'll want then-plain
white wiath sai i ii facings to mat.ch. the lini -
lng of the coflhi--won't ciost a deal 11o0 e.~
"'I111ay, my love, but it will be cheaper
int the lonig riii -yon 'll never w~ant an.
"'AN a manll seeL w'.ithiout eyes5?" aisked(
the Pro(fessor. "Yes, sir," was the priomlpt
answer. "Plray, sir*, hi rv do you make
tliiit (lit?'' cried the astonished Professor.
"lie can see wi one, sir," replied the
readly wit ted youith, and the whole class
shouted with declighit at. his triuimph over
A simle~k, pure, harnmless remedcy, that
cures every time, and prevenits disease by
keepIng the blood pure, stonmach regular,
kidneys and liver active, is the greatest,
bleesmg ever conlferred upon man. H~op
Bitters Is that reiuiedy, and its propPrietors
are being blessed by thousands who have
been saivedi and cured by it. Will you try
"'),iommo, what can I do toget. id of iiny
b~liliessq?" asked a Camden inebriaite of
ai plin-spocu1 docltor.
"'Quit drninkingi eer andi whliskey."
"it if I hluit ll cotllapilse right off,
woim't I ?
dIiffteee t hen, if I keep on Il lie btilbin
as longa *1 live and if I dint I'll be bilious
"P'Eriun, what. r'e you sayinig to1 the
lhly ?" sid a schoolmaster. "'lie wanltedl
to know if you take ten from sevenlteen
how many will renmain ;so I took ten of
his apples to shlow him11 and now he wanlts
th-it I should giyc them bacek." "''Well,
whly donI't you1 don it thein ?" "'(Coz, sir, lie
wouhli t hen foiget how mianiy is left'''"
Aske dl a bright ~li loigmn. (lOh ! I fool *
mi a,-rabi ; l'm tIl 0o1, tanl can't. eat, anid uy
baIck( .s $o laima I can't worik." ' 'Why in tihe
worl1-d do't' you take~ Kuidoy-Woitt T 'hat's
wytat I take when Pim out, of 1o1 tS, and1( it, al 1
ways koop-1 m11 mi perfooct tiuno. My dtoctor ..
r(o '1n11n uids it for' all auch troubles-." Kid..
iloy-u I'.rt is theto eurif Cio fori bihousne-ss anid
ecorw.tip~ titn. lo't, fail1 to ti'y it. - L
laus u nws.
AXi' 1-irr.iie . econloirt ?(ounid el.
lowv who has beeni arraige d fr
sheep, and looking at hiimi witi.
glanmce sai philosophically. "You
to have known thmat toi (delilerately stL a
sheep is a great cr'ime, which thlerc is 110
earthly necessity to perpettate. Why didn't,
y-ou just. buy the sheep and1( not pay13 for it ?
Tlhat would have simiplilied matters and11
isavedl youi from prisoni."
"W'Vx gain by3 (otheris' failures," said the
lecturer. And the hittlo man In the snull'
colloredl suit, who sat In the bac~k row, rose
right up to remank, '"Perhaps you do, blIt
blamed If I gain anlythling by 'em. No less
than a dozen 's failed this week, aind they
stuack ime bad, every one." Apt the pollee
main catrriedl him1 out, lie was heard to re
mlark abiouit being allowed to pick a fellowv
up when lie wams lying thiat way.
'Thiui is but one real cure for baliness
-CAn iNE, a deodorized extract (If p0
tro'eumn a natuirid liaiir liestore'r. As re
centhy improved, CA lm 'i.isN isj free f r om
iany objetioni. Tihe best hair dIressling
A 0KNT-.iint A calling on ai farmer, nlh.
served, "'Mr. Joneis ytiir clock is qluite
right, Is it ?'' ''Well, you see, sir,'' sai
Mr. Jones, "'nobody don't understand much
about, that clock but mnc. When the hands
of the clock standlt at twelve thn it
strikes two, aiid then I anows it's twenty
,nlinites to senenn
2rostrated From Weakness.
BALTIMOR, bid., fitne 6, 1879. -
Ait. STEVENS-Dear Sir: I can testify to the
ood effects of your inedicine. For several years
was alieted with a severe cough and weakness,
iitd was perfectly jroatrated; blit nfite taking
three bottles of your Vegetino, jnade from the
Poider, I was entieily relieved.
Very respectfully, Mrs. M. K. 8THEET,
01 Ullmtore Street.
SKIN DISEASE CURED.
BALPISIORE, Md., June, 4,1879.
Dear Sir: About six months ago I found ily face
ind bouly covered with ptinples. Vegelinlo was
,trongly recomimentled to anin by a friend, anl I
)rocined sonme at at neighboring drug slore. After
Isilig t vo bolliles I mtust say I was entirely cnred
anid I ;an .cheerfully reconnnend it as a Blood
X. LOW RNSTEIN, 103 S. Caroline St.
I AM1VL CURLED
8r. L.OUIS 3o.y larch 8, 1879.
1420 W arrenl Street. I
j have ieen siffering fromt t'hironic Ulcerations
if the leg for the last live yearz. About three
T1 hl11 ago I was reeoniieniled to use Vegetine,
mt, sinc11 ushig It, I.amkin eureil. 1 am11 never with
UL V'egetino in lite holiSe.
alr. Wagner is one of our old (lernian lliizens
it St. l.41tuis, antld I Ihave sold hin Vegetine.
IL it-. %OUTr.
To Purify the Blood
' H.ir imony, M d., Ma1y 6, 1879.
1lit. WlW KNS-Sir: I htve used your Veget lue,
[ll hloleve it I lie best llediline out for driving
way till ilipurities of the liluil, reoiving holIs,
Iiile huti all of her Cruptions of the skin. I can
evonlninelnd it II all lly friends %,4 it good thing ti
ourily lihe blooui. Yours rescililly,
il1 Nit Y .EWIS,
Old Town iotel.
Tegetine is Sold by all Druggists.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM, OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
VE GETABLE COMPOUND.
78 at Positive Oure
for all thoito PutOnnel Oonsplininta and Weaknessee
soconsisnon toour best ireanil population.
It will eure en'.irely the worst forrn of Femnlo Comr
plaits, all ovatran troubles, Intlammnation and Ulcern
tion, Fallinlg and Displacemeints, nnld thle consequent
E'pinal Weakness, ani fit p)articularly adalited to the
Chantlgo of Life,
It will dissolvo aind expel tunnors from the uterus In
an early stage of elevelopiuent. Thto tenotency to can.
coroua humoersthere14iscekel veryv-pectlillyhyitsause.
It remtoves &*n intneiss, 'flatulencey, .cotroys till craving
fo siulns.ad e(ee \ekns fth tm~h
ItersBotnV enneuNru 'otain
Geea )hlty lelsna /~y~in n n
hamn ish thostaigve rnitefnniyte.
or l the rnrof ,idrney complnts nof oithe xehi
Lnn, Mas rion to. our bnttrilor p5. ent byam.
twilcr theomu irchyls the rt formi of emaegs Con
recaiptal of pria, t1pruboxrelier Mrunnnat. inkhcea
tionly answer ad 'patts finuiry. and or pamph.euu
;eit. Aess, abovo Isenationlrl dais ed
Itndl torphioty-f th.; sipr. 25ucens prineir n. ni
Pht curelerng whoiaeu. Wnely,, irovirtten
agasioni. ~ecn~nec o lns ytkn
That feing rom soeaii ono .'.houlad an wforh
anhbkch, Is niem.y pantiy covenv. yit Amog
Iteil al nev anituera biunesin acnpa
liaony i etmatlas, dtha ft en fnai tient
pon th changeof hieyena~t or unwited it,.
1OIfi you relr~ at an dl you aesre , a oii
fy>n, nss. riea manCl h ottefr . t,- ml
Intnedb for strai of saoi. te toiinfnoveren, on
froyarts aol mghts finiy eork, fo r si.
lot. Amddrnts nand aoe toroe bain not eran
Ief yuayugami ntb w shufrn from! Any PIN-TA
iVed orLI Thngey bore younniao,sulfeino
nss, tvuiy ofnb~ i H r. 2 p tBiter O.
Whoover y I u ' are~r~ 'uans'ia
- .r:nryn7t d r
ing orusinmle ating havel btenProvlnte
wulilthu ui.l/ngn'n y a ims bly useo
Itl kl~ osH ote' p 'ol~ Hoiterssn.
hinInto yit (I fits' .ti aemi~lee 11
alauvfe, bofod iootr o e liuhd for
111it. torentlV iiikormli ye A,
You aef~il i ~ will b b iltobnac, orllia
ch ulreinusioui uli narotica. -l~ui
op1 yuh B ittersm.~at lulr oiri
If you ra i. I old bye drg
en y he k an i sts. oend for
towB iitdstryvula NER Wonr o.
lu livainu an ii o ls an 110 virranl
Hopfe haes. watF'ow o.,
raed orusnl,-i ryug Roetuia ferom
Thse nwrong an adpBiersemn wl
Woeafvr yupo thec 'aandr e Ind h
whlisher byo nttngt ay sao the adorni -
tNtow Editin of oWEBSTER has~
118,00r W'liord, have El~nglraveins,i
r hlihed h cotL AIiMnt n a.n asolet
qiven up by Dootore.
"Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is Pp
and at' w9rih and ciqre4l.y, so simple a
"I assure you it Is true that he is entire
ly cured, and with nothing but Hop Bit
ters; and only ieh days ago his doctors
gave him up and said he must die I"
"Well a-day I That is remarkable I I
will go this day and get some f6r my poor
George-I know hops are good."
A. 0IENTLMAN met a rather "u ncertain"
acquaintance in the pdat-ofmice recently,
when the latter said: "I'm a little short,
and would like to ask you a conundrjim.'
"Proceed," observed the gentleman.
"Well," said the "short" man, "suppose
you hud $10 in your pocket and I should
ask you for $5, how inuch would remainP"
"Ten dollars," was the pioinpt answer.
iiElhiainhili I-The only perfect proprie
tary me! iclue as a "Blood Bearcher" is
that bearing .the naue of "Dr Lind
sey," and which may be had from drug
"DON'T you think we ought to separate,
our husbands ?" said a lady to her friend.
"Do you not see how excited they have
becole I They are beginninst to call each
other 'ox' and 'asci and all sorts of dis
agreeable things." "Oh, no," was the
calm reply. "Let them go on ; they have
known each other for more than twenty
years, and ought to know wLat they are
LYIA E. PINKHAM's Vegetable Coin
poand, the great medicine for the cure of
all female complaints, is the greatest
strengtlhener of the back, stomach, nerves,
kidneys, urinary and genital organs of inan
and woian ever knowa. Send for circu
lars to li3'(la 1. Pinkhiam, Lynn, Mass.
A (oaNT.-jjMAN, recently about to pay his
doctor's bill, said : "Well, doctor, as my
little boy gave the ineasles to all my tneigh
bor's children, and as they were attended
by you, 1 think you can afford, at the
very least; to deduct ten per cent from the
amount of my bill for the increase of busi
ness we gave you."
Alysiruv SoivEn.-ThC great secret of
the wonderful success of ViwT-rINx. It
strikes at the root of ditease by purifying
the blood, restormat the liver ant kidneys
to healthy action, invigorating the nervous
"I oxm.v want to show you one thing
more, Professor; I have invented a shot t
way of boring mount anins, which I think
will prove valualle." "My. dear sir,"
burst forth the wearied lialeuer, 'if you
would only invent a short methoi of bor
ing individuals, you wo'ild indeed confer
a lasting benefit upon the race."
MANY ladies misinterpret their suffer
Ings. Try a box of 'Sellers' Liver Pills."
Sold by all druggists. -
JOH NNY goes to school and] is (listinguish.
ed among his oomrades for his laziness.
"In my class," he said before company
"there are four of uR, andl I am the best."
But seeing his father frown at liim,hstily
adled "Next to'Louis, George and An
'11th Power of the Presg.
In no way is the p.wer of thn press moro
surely sh.,wn than in the uni iv. r-at! kiow'odgo
that has a hs.-, than a 3e r boon, diffu-ol
thironiout. fif-y nnilions of poplIo of the
wondog fid curativo piopertimes o that splen id
remedy Kidney-Wort. And tih pt opo from
the Atlantic to tho Pacilie have ,-howvn thc ir
inteligonce and tin-ir liowlodgo of wha. m
ini thai papora, bey airudy masaing K ci cy
Wort their hious ha, c rem- dy forn all dt.sea~es
of the kidneys. hvor a ad bowola.--UmnnALw.
Fromai tihe (aa, (County "Leoadier."
Corroxwoon, Chase Co., Kanmu,,.
-'Anakesis" in the namoa of a Pilo Rtemedy
introduaced ian tIs seoction of the SItato upon
tho recomndaaation of those who have tried
it.. by W. WV. Jones. William BartLon says he
tried every remed-ay recommendeicld. but '-Ana
kesis" was the only one that oiheeted a peruna
8anmples of -'Anakosis" amre seant free to all
suffere-rs on sphIlicaitionI to "Aanaklesin" Depot,
iBox 294J6, Now Yo'rk. Also sold by druggists
ovory hiro. Prnico $i.00 per box.
"Rfoul': ont Bats "
A ek I).uaggistst for it. It clears out rats,
mice, ronch~es, bed-bugs, flies, veranin, in
We want intelligent,. energetic Lady Agent.
to soil to wvonmn only, an arlicle of real 1by
glonie mnarit. For particnlars and liberal
-WAGNER & CO., Chicago, Ill.
MESSHSa. AloRoAN & HEAmLY, Mutuid Life
illiltlg,'i'ntha aud cheSLng siree s, hayc oli
hand a sup~ert, stock o1 extra line quaalty Dia.
muondas, which Ithey olfer at. aw low prtccs as
-tones or the hirs! (mttaty, periet allke in color
an~d shape, cain be sold for.
Battle Creek, Michigan,
~ANUFAoTUiRERs OF ThF. ONLY GENUINE
Traction and Plain Engine.
in the World, 1848
YER8 ,e:*""an'tcian '"-nan-,
maaement, or ocato.to"cup h
STEAM-POWERn RPARATORS and
in Tne , n gsaaldPlain Lgis
ever seen in thneinoricain markae,
for 188 tegeher with tupolr qaaiZafa cero e
tfon anj nmaierfals not dreamed of y other ma~ket s.
Fouar size of Hoparators, frotin to 12 horse
7,500,000 *an l',tenb%
conatantly. on laaf from w b0h il d * ity
compiarable woo-ork of our machiner-y.
htrongestmosi durable and eghcient ewu.
sed. d, 10, 18 ullorse wer.
.NICHOL.S, SH EPA RD A 00..
Battle Creek, Mioht.ya
no ePaq quhar Separator
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumba g,
Backache, Soreness of the est,.
Gout., Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headaohe, Frosted
Fe'et and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation on earth equals 8T. JACoUs OIL
as a aaft, sure, aiti te and cheap External
Remedy. . A trial entals but the comparatively
trifling outlay.of 50 Cents, and every one suffering
wth pain can havo cheap and positive proof of Its
Pirections in Eleven Languages.
SOLD BY AI.L DRUGGISTS AND DEALERB
A. VOGELER & CO.,
,PlUtimore, Md., V. &..A.
THE ONLY MEDICINE
IN EMTlNlK L1O1il) Ol DItY FORM
That Acts nt clso ameso tinle on
*rm T IVER, THE 20WE&l,
AND TZ KIDNIYg.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
Because -tre allow these great organs to
become cloggeed or torpid, and poisonolts
hutnorsure therefore fiorcdl into the blood
that shouhlbe crpelleI iaturalli.
WILL SURELY CURE
PIL.F.1, CONS1-IP'ATION, UITINARY
DISEASES, F1 A LE 11 WAICNESSES,
AN D N iItV0US 18(ISODICEIS,
by catsingfree action q these orgaus and
restoring their power to throw off <listase.
Why suierer BilionN linlins anti aciest
Why torsmonted with Piles, Constipation?
Why frightoned over disordered KidneyaI
Why enduro ierrous or nick headachesl
Use KII)NEY-WO itTand rejoice in health.
It is put up tin Dry Vegetule Form, in tin
cans one pmaclcago of which imiakes six quarts of
miedicinio. Also in Liquid Form, very Concen.
tratedi, for thsose that cannot'readily prepare it,
lvin artS. waith eusal efilciency in either form.
(GET 1T 01F YOUR DitUGGIST. Piltes, Oa.oo
WELLS, IlCIIAIRDSON A Co., Prop's,
(Will send the dry post-paid.) DUn.INIGroN, VT.
DITSON & (CO. are the sole agents for the
IUtel Rsttes for thec mngulilsvnt Novello isit of
LDratorios, Operas, (ilees, Pasrt-sngs, &c. Thei
tepcarait Anthems, (Chorses, 0r (ilss, cost bust 63
~ents to 10 centsn echl, and are very largely use01t
for occasionalin insg. Thie follow Inag sare excel
lent anid racticailintrusctive workii, andss ace calledl
" Primers," but are really a great deal miore:
1. IlnDMENTS~ OF MURIC. Ily tcusmnsings, $ 50
2. AllTI OF PIANt) PLA YINO. 1y P'aies. 1.00
8. TIlE OROAN. hly Rtainer.-- -- ----1.00
4. SINGINO. i lIandsuegger5. -- -- 2.00
5. MUSICA L FORMas. By ilauer. -- 1.00
6. HJA~TMONY. Hl Staliner.-..-- ----1.00
7. INSTIIUMENTA'l'ION. By Prosut. - - 1.00
8. VIOLIN. By Tosurs. ---------- -1.0
9. MUSICAL, TI IIMS. 1W Slainer. - - - 5
10. COMPOSITrON. icy giatineir. - - - - 1.0.'
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Farming for Profit
rew ry trate.' Conmrehsensire.t Auc Compet Farm
TEL LS H OW TO (sEigei a o .L";eg.o3:
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aves issn, tirmen i. cost ee cassn nter siago
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ITOUNG Mt EN Learn Telegraphy I Earn $40 to
mo. Addrs c ALENTINIE BR . Janessilie.
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teri ie ,oh Ia PS months for so. iniature Bar
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aac i d rt A 0u fror laslr to Alien'snbse
The best and cheapest Illustrated edition of
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50,000 sold I Tue .*mnglo-Asaereni
IT SELLS TB
vet lracio it Is an exact reprodusction---Word for'1
vrion u a mbridlgo. 'The exaot accuracy of rusr r
prstsghosssI ii cscntra lniloa which its acc
24 1,c. ann it c01 iti siolto into of liis last
isesp the worki to crodnen a faul eos version of ti
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Nah e the lininy of bndin dlivinsg " Ve takep
A se .sieliii. Ii t.y p , np ieswork an 1,Is
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CSt R.IOs Aralaeqs no 00. hiocs hitor b
20,000 A ENTS WAN D '
150.000 acidadly sr.ild. (an filli large ar-aor at once. Os
br oe this to be i li edlthos 'the as.o as. 0
'#' None of then English iion ctea H 1B~i
IIlaving thren learro prIntin-iio n 1 i
waE CA Ni.... .IOSTYAO
HEALTH IS WEALTH1
HELTH of BODYis WELTH of MD
Pure blood makes sound flesh, strong b"
and a clear skin. If you vould have your IV#
firm. yo ar bones sound without coares, and your
Complexion t kir, use Hadway's Miwampaille
A remedy co posed of 11igredlits of' extra.
ordinary med cal properties essential to. rity
heal, repair and invi-orate the brokea-dM ' and
was'od ody-QUIOK PLICRABANT, SAV and
PHllUANENT li its t'eatment and curo. -
No matter by what name the complaint may
be designated, whether it be Mro ula, Con
sumption, Byphills. Ulcors, Sores, TumoreBolls.
Eryspolas, or Balt-Ithnum, diseases of the
Lunga. Kidueye, Bliadder, Womb, 8,n, Liver,
8tinaeh or Howoli, olther chronic or coistitule
tional, the virus of the disease is in the BLOOD
which supp 11a1 the waste, and builds and Ie
pa rs thesi orga.ns and waited tissues of the
system. If the blood Is unhealthy, the process
of repair must to unsound.
Ts aesapa rEiIIan Iltesolvent not only
is a coinponsating remody, but secures the har
modlous act.loa of each o he organs: It esitub.
ilshes throughout the entire system funelional
harmony, aud iupplies the b ood-veisels wIith a
pure and heal hycurrontof new life. The skin,
after a few days uie of the Barsaparillian, be
oomes elear and beautiful. Pimples, lotches,
Black Spots and Skin Erupt oni are removed;
Sores andi Ulcers aoon cured. Persons suffering
from Scrofula, Eruptive Diseases of the Byes.
Mouth. Ears, Legs, Throat and Glands, that
have acou mulated and spread, either from un
cured dIsease-i or mercury, or from the use of
Corrosive Sublimate. may rely upon a cure it
the Saraparallian Is continued a suflioent time
to make ii impression on the I yutem.
One bottle contains more of the active prinot
plea of nedicines than any other preparation.
Takenn Toaspoonful Doses, while others re
'itre ive ri times as much. One Dollar
Only requires sounut's not hours to re
lieve pain and cure auuto disease.
in from one t-) twenty minutes, never fails to
relievo PAIN with one thorough application;
no matter how violent or excru-lating I he pain
the Rheumatic; Bed-ridden, Infirm. Crippled.
Nervous Neuralglo or prostrated with disemise
Inan suffer, IADWAY's RIEADI REIlEF will
Enlantnantinv o-the liassey, T-,,fa un.
tion of t he 131ndd-r. 1ali %a111,,aloa of ime
Bowel., COngutIna Of the lAuega. Noe
Trontaee. Dificult ruesig, annamslntatin
of e., hAeko, lasu at anly. tIaup, DIVh.
Fime e, at ndreUa. Aguefl.enua. hlcne e,
FEVER ihtnd, Nurnd lf. Eto ens.nTher
Cold Chali. A gue Chills hi wldbaiu, Wni
Frost4 fliwes. hf-u teAammlanaca- Com
poistinti. Nervoutswitea. SleIe pleOanness.
4101igth Cold.M-uts, Fio Pfa int.1111 i11 &he
tI.-spo. Bick or' Limnba are Instaistly ffle
Fever and Ague,
FEVER anti AGUE cured for 50 cents. There
Is laoi. it reiuied iai agent In this world that will
euro Fever and Ague, and of her Malarious, Bill
otI4, carlet. Ty .old Yellow and other fovers
(ni'od by Itadway's Pills) so quickly as RAn
WAY'S IHADY itRLIE!P.
It. will in a few inomonts, when taken accord
Ing to directions, cure Cramps, Spasms, Sour
Stomach. Ileartourn Stok lleadacho. Diarrhaa,
Dysentery, Colic, Wind in the Bowels, and all
Travelors should avays carry a bottle of Rad.
way's Ready Rellof Witti them. A few drops in
wa or will prevent sickness or pains trou
change of wat r. It is better than French
brandy or bitters ns a stimulant.
Miners and Lumbermen should always be
provided with it.
Dy ai uvt- iusea i c abl . estrpne,
opium, str. chnine-, arnica. hyosciamus ann
other poweriui remnedics. dooes at certain 6imes,
In very small dos 's, rolieve the patIent durmng
their actiton in the system. But perhaps the.
second d1nso, if repeated, may aggravate a d lit.
crease the sufrering, and another dose cause
death There ts no necessIty for usi-,g these
uincertain agents wh+ n a positive remedy like
ltadwa y's Ready Red of n11i1 stop the most, ex.
crucililtng pain quicker, withour, entailing thQ
least daflicuity in either infant or adult,
TH TRUE RELIEF..
IlADwAY's RSA DY RsamxLIEFs thae only remedial
adonl. In vogue that wvili Instantly atop pain.
Fifty Cenuts Per Bottle.
Perfect Purgatives, Sonothaing Aperi
ents, Act Withiour, Palin, Always
Reliable, and Natural in their
A VEGETABLE SUllSTITUT'E FO0l CALOMEL.
Perfe -tly talteless, elegantly coated w~th
Swe gum , purge, regulate, puilf ,9l anse and
flAnwAY's Ptr.1-s, for the mare of all D sorders
Of the iomach, .ivar, Bt wols, K idnieys, lldcder,
Nervous Diseases, Iltadache,. *'oali n, t'o+i
tveness, Tnd gestion, D~yspqepsia, Bllou-miess,
Fever, Inflamnat Ion or the towvels.1Piioi, unitnall
dlcraenemnts of the inatenaal VaserIa. War
ranted to em-ect a pierrec. euro Purely vege-'
tle, containing no mercury, minerals or dele
BL"'Observe the following aymptoms resiul leg
frojn Diseases of the lDigeo lyie Organs: Consil
pat ion. Inward Piles, Full ness or the Blo d in
the Ihead, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea,
Hleartburn, il gust, or Food, Fuiliness or Weight
In the Stomach, Sour Eructlions, Siniki ,g or
Fluttering at, the Ilarr, Oh 'king or Stifferin
Sensations when In a lying posture. DIannesa O[
Vision, Dots or Wvebs lk-foreo the Sight,, Fever
and Dull P'aln in the lesnai, D~ellelency of Paor
spliraton, Yelowness or tile Skin an I Nyou,
htainin Ithe liiSdo. (he I., !. iihs,, anld Suddell
Flushes of lieu(, Burning it tuoe Flesh.
A few dotes of IA DWAY's Piu,1s will free the
system from all tile above-named Disordiers,.t
Price, 2d Cents. Per Box.
We repeat, that the re'tder must consult oua
books and papers oit the a ahject of die ases and
their cure, .mong wh:ch mt~my be named :
"Paise and Trute,"
"Itadway oti 3rritable Urethra,"'
"ltad way on Scrofulam,"
ed others relating to different, classes or D~is
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