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PRSRRYTING ]oPDDER.-Recent careful
investigations have proved that a more
drying of our common fodder crops, as
grass, clover and other leguminous plants,
does not affect their digestibility; the green
lodder and dry fodder, or hay,reprosonting
in each case the entire yegetable substance
from the same plant in the sane stage of
growth, have shown when feda correspond
Ing rate of assimilation of their substance.
Whenever, therefore, the production of
dry fodder.(nay) can be carried on in a
short time, and in a satisfactory manner,
the largest amount of dry fodder of the
highest attainable feeding value may be
secured fron that plant, -and no other
current mode of preserVing fodder can
equal it as far as quantity is concerned.
Although admitting the fact that the silo
system of keeping fodder is, in a high de
gree, liable to cause a waste of much vtl
uable nutritive constituents, in consequence
of an inherent serious feature-fernenta
tion - it cannot be denied that its applica
si- for the preservation of green corn
fodder has also some special strong points
and redeeming features in its avor, name
ly: The Indian corn Is one of our most
acilable crops. The corn crop furnishes a
large amount of vegetable matter (20 to 25
tons per acre, with from 10 to 24 per cent.
of dry matter, or from five to six tons of
stover, containing 76 per cent. of dry nat
ter). It presents peculiar diiculties to
cure well in the field; and the corn ensilage
is highly relished by all kinds of stock and
without any loss by refuse watter con
Aunied by cattle. When we consider
in addition to these exceptional advantages
which the introduction of the silos into our
home farm management promises to secure
for us-that the discussion of the feeding
value of the corn cesilage cannot other
wise but direct the attention of the entire
farming community towards a careful in
vestigation of the whole fodder question,
it becomes most desirable that the financial
sloe of the ensilage production should re
ceive the most careful practical investiga
tion on the part of the larmer.
YcUNo CHIcKENs AND INSUcTS.-The
practice of excluding chickens from the
garden, especially in mid-summer, is bad
both for the chickens and for the vegeta
bles. Tho young chicxens will not thrive
in confinement, as in freedom, and the
growing plants are in a good measure pro
tected from insects by the chickens. We
have never succeeded better with young
broods than by putting them), with the
mother in the vegetable garden. The
mother is kept confined in a cool), and the
chickens have free access to hier through
tho sluts. he follows her instincts in
scratching over the ground under the coop
for worms and grubs, and after a few days
the coop is pushed along to new soil. The
chickens are regularly led with scalded
meal, or sci etiugs; they supply themselves
with animal fooa from the gairden. 1lie
chickens are too small to (o any harm to
plants that are well started, and yet pick
up an immense minber of insects. The
more highly a garden is nanured the mote
rapidly (o inst ets multiply and the greater
is the need of birds and fowls to keep them
in check. Tho chickens can go beneath
cucumbers, squashes, beans, tonatoes, etc.
and pick the eggs and worms from the
under side of the leaves, where they are
generally lound. They eagerly chase every
moth and bug that flies; it one alights
within striking distance it is sure to be de
voured. Wane the chickens are large
enough to do injury to the plants they are
easily renoveu to other quarters.
MEN talk of 20,000 and 60,000 acres of
land without any realization of the extent
of such an acrenge. 1 visited the other
day a ranch of 20,000 acres. I intemdeds
to make a thor-ough survey of it-that is, to
ride round it and1( ratde across it. I made
my survey, but whien I learned that the
Icence whlich~ enclosed it was over seventy
miles in length I concluded that 1 wonhi
inspect it by sections. J (did considerable
riding ini two days, nevertheless, but I
die~n't ride around it. On the ranch there
were 1800 acres all uinder the lhough, one
bit of land nearly as level as a floor, a
paralellogram mn shiape, and the furrow
the plowv cut in traversing from one end
to the other was three nmiles in a straight
. line, 1t is 0on1 after one has visited such
an estate and devoted days in ridiing over
it that he realizes what ar~e 20,000 acres.
CUoosiNo A Cow. -The crumply horii
is a good indication; a full eye another.
Hecr head should be small and short. A
void the Roman nose; this indicates thin
milk, and but little of it. See that she is
dished in the face, sunk between the eyes.
Notice that she is what stock men call a
handler- -sof t skin anxi loose lhke the skini of
a bag. Deep [romn the loin to the ud~der,
and a very small tail. A cow with these
marks never falls to be a gooti milker.
Thlere is more difference in cows than is
usually sulpposedi, and but few really good
cows a-e oflred in our mnarkets, lI a [arim
er hns a ".No. I article," lie wvont sell her
uinless obliged to do so.
\THfaniR are as many as 4,000 knowvn
species of grasses dlistribtuted over the
world, and there is not a soil to whiich
sonme of them is not4 indigenous. Somne
grow best on dry, sterile soils, others on
rich land, some thriving best in marches,
and wet pliaces, anti somie on the sea coast.
Those that are best suited for permanent
pasture thlrive in luxuriance uinder cultiva
tion, andh are somiewhiat limited in number
compared with the entire species.
FEEiv nY on.i~o. -It is doing fairly
to feed one cow on two acres b~y means of
soiling. A comminon cow may be expected
to prodluce 150O pounda~s of butter in a year;
a good COW may yieldh 250 p~oundis. The
product is incea~sedl 25 Io 50 per cent. by
soiling and high feeding, because it is
made more regular and the amilk is amore
abundant and richer. Th'le best feed for
milk and~ butter is coarse middhiugs and~
CI.OvEaR IIAY Fon Iioinsgsi.-Clover hay
is always dusty; thme leaves break up inato
light fragments, and the dust is breathed
by the horse and injures the lungs. Be
sidles, the clovc. has an unflavorablo effect
upon the digestion of a horse, so that ripe
timiothy as pireferred by horsemen. Tim
othy cut before it is ripe is dusty from thme
pollen of thme blossom, andi the diust is in
Nnvicx feed decayed roots of any kind
to cows giving mulk. One decayed turnip
fed to a cow would effect the milk of fifty
cows if mixed together.
THEi roots of the grasses in good pasture
will weigh from tive to tea tons.
The construction of a ship canal connect.
ing Lake Erie and1( the Ohio river is being
seriously entertained. Two possib'e rou es
are described by Major John M. Wilson,
- United Btates engineer, thme first way of thei
Eric and Wabash Cainal to the navigable
waters of the Wabaan river, which wvould
then make tihe Connection through to the
Ohio; the second by the Miami and Erie
Canal, 'which jomns the WVabash and Erie
Ijainal, 1Oj ieis soth of Defiance, thus
ccnnetmg T1oledo and thie lake with the
Ohio river. Tihe cost of either route is es
timated at more than $26,000,00n.
WOOPING CoUmH.-Whooping cough,
calle4 Pertuesis by physicians, is.said to
be owing to the presence of bacteria under
the root of the tongue. The cough Is so
urgent that the breath becomes exhausted,
and, in the effort to draw in the needed
air, the. top of the windpipe seems tp nearly
close, causing the whooping sound. . The
old plan was t9 lot the disease run its
course, beoug careful -.thit the symptoms
were not aggravated by cold. Certain med
icines seem t9 act favorably in some cases,
and in others to have no noticeable effect.
The following have been recommended;
The fluid extract of hyoscyanus, from one
to four drops, depending on the ago of the
patient. A blister to back of neck. Fric
tions to the spine twice a day, with onion
juice. Beat a fresh egg in a pint of vin
egar and add half a pound of loaf sugar;
take two tablespooifuls every 'four hours,
The best treatment for the cure of whoop
ing cough that has yet been discovered
undoubtedly is to expose the pa.lents to the
vapors arising from the purifying boxes in
gas works. But it is not always convenient
for the patient to visit these places ; and it
has been found to answer just as well to
procure sonie of the. liquid hydro carbon
that is always found at the .bottom of the
purifying boxes, and vaporize this in a
metal dish in the closed room of the little
patient. It almost always affords linne
diatc relief, and the whooping will not re
turn for hours. This liquid can be obtained
at any gas works at little or no cost, and
no expenses need be incurred for vaporiz
ers. A tablespoonful or more may be
evaporated at a time, and repeated once a
day or oltolner. A large iron spoon makes
a good evaporating dish. It may be held
over the flame of a lamp, or a coal shovel
may be heated and the liquid poured into
it and allowed to evaporate in the room of
the patient. This treatment would prob
ably be beneficial in the throat and lung
troubles. It is safe convenient and inex
How ro DRTEOT ADUm.TBRATED COFFEiE.
Ground colice affords a a field for adultera
Lion, and for this purpose chicory, carrots,
caramel, (late seeds, etc., are the substan
ces niost commonly used. Take a little of
the collee and press it between the fingers,
or give it a squeeze in the paper in which
it is brought ; if genuine it will not form a
coherent mass, as coffee grains are hard and
(do not readlily adhere to each other ; but if
the grains stick to each other; and form a
sort of 'cake," we may be pretty sure of
adult ration in the shape of chicory, for
the grains of chicory are sofor and more
open, and adhere without d.fliculty when
stineezed. Again, if we place a few grains
in a saucer and moisten them with a Ilitle
coli water, chicory will veiy quickly be
come soft like breadcrumbs, while coffee
will takei a long time to solten. A third
test ; take a wine-glass or a tumblerful of
water and gently drop a pinch of ground
coffee on the surface ot' the water without
.tirring or agitating; genuine coffee will
eloat for somec time, while chicory or any
other soft root will soon sink, and chicory
or cararel will cause a yellowish or brown
ish color to dilruse rapily through the
water, while pure coffee will give no sen
sible tint under such circumstanes for a
considerable length of time. "Coffee
mixtures" or "coffee inprovera ' shouhd be
avoiied. They seldom consist of anything
but chicory and caramel.
SAVE 'Tuin OLD PAPRn.-Never throw
away old paper, if you have no wish to
sell It, use it in the house. Some house
keepers prefer It to cloth for cleaning
many articles of fuirniture. F~or an instance,
a volumnn, wvritten b~y a lady who p~rided~
herself on her experience ant) tact says,
"After a atove had been blackenedl. It can
be kept looking very wecll for a long time
by3 rubbing it with paper every morning.
Itubbimg with tpper is a imuch nlcer way of
keeping the out side of a tea-kettle. coffee.
p)ot and ten-po, bright and1( clean t han thle
oht way of washing them in suds. RubbIng
iih paper is also tihe best way of polishing
knives, tinware and1( spoons1; they shines
like silver. For pol shing mirrors, win
dows. lamps, etd., paper is better than dry
cloth. Preserves and pickles keep much
better if brown paper inisteadl of cloih, is
tied over the jar. Canned fruit is not so
apit to iii)hl if a IceO of writing papecr, clt
to it the eaai, is laid diirectly on .the fruit.
Paper is much better to iput uinder a carpet
than straw, it is warmer, thiinner, and
makes less noise wvhen onie walks over it.
SAL.An DansbsiNo.- Pound1 smioothi the
yolks 01 two har i boiled eggs; mix wiilh
one leaspoonful of unmta'io iistardt, one
salt-sp~oonl of salt; 'uix gradually with these,
eit her one cupi of cremm, or same quanmtity
of olive oil ; one table.sboonful of vinegar.
Add at little cayenne pelpper.
LAY the cegs in a warm basin or sauce
pain ianid cover with bioiliir wvater. Let
themii rematin w'ithlou boiling/, hut whtere
the water will keep hii t for ten milnntes,
Both yolhk and~ while will be0 cookedl soft
without the least suspicion of toughness as
KEnr' time swill tub far away from the
hiouse'. It is a filby object and attracts
flies, Screens ait dioors anmd windows and
soap-)suids in a tumbihler, with a piece of
blread smleiired( with miohasses for a cover,
are the beat reimedies for flies yet dliscov
l'OTATmk' A iLA CiEME.-Masi~h thin, whip
up wit h a fork, at first with butter, salt
and muilk ; at last with the frothed white of
an egg ; heap) roughly upon a dishi and set
upon01 the uipper gratinig of the oven until
they begin to color; then serve.
AFTrn butteringc your cake tins scatter a
little flour over thecm and tile cake is ab
soluitely certaini not to stick to the tin. .If
your oven is likely to bake hard at the
bottom put. a paper In the bottom of the
in, Bumtter it well first.
Mrs8T iun ThAT witt! KxEi. -Take four
ounces of best muistard, oneC ounce of salt;
mix thoroughly, andl mto it stir six Olince s
of water that las beein boileci andi allow'ed
to cool ; niix well and~ keep mi small jars
As soon as iink is sp'lledl, Sprinkle on
conimfon fine salt until the 81)0t is cove'e h.
Lect it remlalin half an hiour, and then brush
the salt up with a cleani brush, and then
washi the alpot with clear wvarmi water two
or three times.
A lump of bread aboutt the sizo of a bill
l'ardi ball, tiedl upi in, ' lien baw and1( placed
in a p~ot wthere greens are boi'ing, will ab
sorb the gas~ s which of:enitines sendl stich
an topleasant odor t3 the regions above.
BLAciinuny .JAM.--T'o each pouind of
fruit add1 three-fouiriths of a pond of sugar;
then put ~ together andh boil for one-half or
three-fouirths of an hour.
WiiN washing Iinle laces do not use
starch at all ; in the list wa'er in which
they are rinsed put a hiitle fine white suga~r,
dissolve it thoroughly, and tile j e uit wvill be
A YoUNG German was once pressing his
suit, and in the midst of his ardor ques
tioned the object of his choice as to her
possibl'e.fluanclai future.- "1 have hoai'd,"
he said, "aibt your good father owns t0o
large estates in Bilestf" -"Yes," was tWre
naive reply, "and he owns two mhore in
Pounmeranla." The suitor hesitated a
moment as to catch hisebreath, and then
falling on his knees and looking the young
lady imploringly in thQ face cried out, "and
can ycu my darling, doubt my affection.
under such circuinstaoces I"
"Boss, I've come up hero froin Texas to
strike the old man fei an ollce. I'm poorer
than nine kind of cats ! Can't you lend me
a quarter till the dead-lock 'is broken ?"
"Really," said the astonished citizen feel
ing in his pocket and ho.lding the silver.
piece reluctantly in his hand. " I don't
know you I" ''d no difference. I'll be a
rich man next year, and then--" The
sinile of encouragement that followed drew
the quarter, and the gentleman fromn Texas
next remarked, "Think I'll go and wrap
myself around something humid."
(Cleveland, (Olio) Horald.]
A flanmnock's Wild Way.
An lllinois exchange feels called to thus
aeliver Itself : "Ills harnmock swung loome
at the sport of the wind," and tumbled the
lon. J. .. Irwin on Ils head, and but for
the applientiol of St. Jacob's Ol, lie milit
have gone "whore the woodbine twineth."
Even so dear Beacon as many others have
gone. who failing to use the Great German
Riemedy in time, for their rheumatisin and
other dangerous diseases, "havb paid the
debt of Nature." Rub is our motto
W Om gentleman, (military man, guest of
the Squire's conversing with smart looking
rustic.) "Wounded in the Crimea, waren't
yout Badly ?" Rustic-"The.bullet hit
ie in the chist, here, surr, an' came out at
me back 1" Old gentleman-- 'The douce I
Conie, collie, Pat that Won't (dO I Why, it
would have gone right through your heart,
man I" Ruatic--"Och, faix me heart was
in me mouth at the thoizne, surr."
SoMsx people are too smart. A man saw
a Pocketbook lying on the pavement, and
was about to pick it up, when lie reinei
bered what lie read about "tricks on trav
ellers" and let it alone. A man behind hin
picked it up. "Got fooled, hey ?" chuckled
the first. man. "No," said the second, "got
ten dollars I"
[81. l'auil Pionleer P s
Whmt We Hante.
We hate growling, no mal ter the source
or cause an reconietid herewilah the remo
dy. Use St. JaCob's Oil and laugh at pain.
It will do the work every time.
THE young man who haimers his thitmb
nail this spring while putting down carpets,
or who is violently caught under the chin
by a clothesline when lie goes out in the
yard ater dusk, should remember that in
the revised edition of the New Testament
the words have been changed to "hades"
liR drew his breath with a gasping sob,
with a quavering voice he sang, but his
voice leaked out, and could not drown the
accomnipanists clamorous hang. He lost his
pitch on the iniddle A, he fatered on lowei
D, and foundered at levgth like a battered
wreck adrift on the wild high C.
fool onco moro
For ten'years miy witfe was confined to her
bed with siuchi a cotphcation of ailments
that no dloctor could tell what was -the
mnatter or cure her, and I used up a11mall
fortune in humbug stuff. Six months mao
I saw, a U. 8. .Ilag~ with [lop Blittere on it,
amid I thought. that I would be a fool once
mlore. I tried it,, but mny folly provedi to be0
wisdom. Twvp brttles dured her, ama she
is now as iWelJ and strong ais any man's
wi fe, and it cost mec only two dlollairs. Such
foliy pays.-41.'W., Detroit, Mieh,
TEnew~ Czar 10eatis a very simle life.
ie rises early andf takes a long walk, th en
breakfasts wvithi his family, afi~er which he
goes dlOwn the ecllar and eovrs himself up
in the coal bin for the blnce of i lie (lay,
to 1(cep o'ut Of the way of the Nihilis~ts.
"Mus. SAoa, Ii hlike to know
whose ferry boats those are that I stumblliiedi
over in the hall I " ''Ferry boat s indeed,
sir I Those are my shoes ! Very polite of
you to call 'em ferry boats." "D)idn't say
ferry boats, Mrs :-you niisunderstool inc_
'[airy bootb' I sai my dear friend."
Tn RuB was a witty man, Nbo. being de
tained by a snow.blockade, penned, a dis
p~atch which ran thus: "Mv 'ddar Air, I
have.- every ' motive for visiting you'bot a
A SoanireEg -little boy, while-looking
out. of the window of his home, saw a fan
taiied pigeon alight in front of his house.
"O0 mother, cone her e I" he cried ,"andI
8e3 a pigeon ith~ a bustle and trail on.'
Worked Liko a Charm-Cured Salt
Rhoum and Rheumatism.
75 Court Stee omN. Y., July 10, 1879.
Dear ir-One year ago last fall my13 littile hoy
had a breaking otit of Krysi ieias andI Malt ittieumm,
his face hmig one mattieredi soro of tihe wormst die
scripltion. Not eilig ytatmr :iverltisemnt it lt' pa-)
puers, b p~urchiasedi Lwo bottales of t he Vegetutme, and t
w'i th thme I wo buI les tuy son was eureit. I tiever
a1w anmythinmg like tihe V'egetine; it, worketi like a
enmarim. I have been city watchmmmanm It, Romo1 for
years. This testiminenttal is gratuttous.
Years, respbect fully, 11lu1t Ail TO iTl DL,1y.
Makes You Happy.
latlimore, Md., May 8, 1879.
AMit. HI. It. ST'Ev EN8:.
D~ear Sir.--I was draggedl down with doht. pov.
eily uad sufferimtg for years, Caiauei by sicknes in
my fanily and.t a large itli for doctortng, which
(lid tnt iure thtem. I became (discouraged, uill
by3 tihe advice of anm old friendm, I commlieUced usinig
thie Vegetine, anui in one mionthi we wveme alli welt,
andt none of us have seen a siok dlay since. 1twat
to say to sit who knmow me, you cani keep yur
famly well thie year round by using V'egtine.
18 No. E~xeter Street.
Diseas'o of the Blood. '
Af R. . R. B R aitimlore, Mid., April 28, 1879.
D~ear 8r.--I have suffered fof abouttwyar
with a dibsease of thteblood, and1( after usin1gdifr
ent remedies, hut ilidin-g no relief, t was indued
to tr'y vegotine. After taking two bottles I was
entrely ectred. I have recommmeindedl it to all my
friends, and believe It to be the liest mnodtoine of
the kind ini usO.
*Yours truly, LEAN DER LUSIy.
Veiretino is Sol by all Druggitst,
READ IT ALL.
[T hAY SAYB YOUR LIPH.
rhe Purest and Best
Medicine ever made.
1' TIEiW ARE COMOUNDED FROM
lops, nuechu, Mandrake and Dandelion.
"The Oldest, Best, most Renowned, and
'Valuable Medleines in the World, and
'in addition contain all the best and most
'offective curative proporties of all other
'bitters, being the groatest Liver itegulator,
* BLOOD PUtIFIEI and life and health re
'storing agent on earth."
rley Give New Life send Vigour to tho
Aged and Inudirna.
"To Clergymen, Lawyers, Litorary Men,
' Ladies, and all those whose sedentary em
* ployinents cause irregularities of the Blood,
'Stoniach, Dowels, or Kidneys, or who re- 0
' quire an Appeilsor, Tonic, and mild Stinu.
'lant, those Bitters are invaluab% being
'highliy eurative, 'tonio, and stinulating,
" No inator what your foolings or symp.
tows are, or what the disease or alineont is,
* eHs Hop Bitters. Don't wait until yon are
'sick, but if you only feel bad or miserablo,
'use the Bittors at once. It may save your
'lift. Hundreds have been saved by so do.
'ing at a trilling coat."
Ask Yor Druggist or PhysieIan.
" Do not suffor yourself or lot your friends
'ssuffer, but use and urgo them to use Iop
" Rennber, IHop Bitters is no vile, drug
god, drunken nostruna, but the putest end
* best Medicino over mado, and no person or
'faintly shlouhat be without it."
IF YOU ARE SIC.
If you are sick, HOP BITTEIlS wilt
sure-ly aid Natnro in taking you well again
wheu all else falls.
If you are comparatively well, but feel the
need of a grand tonic and stimulant, never
rest easy till you are made a now being by
the use of
If you are Costive or dyspoptic, or are Auf.
foring fron any other of the nunierous ,lise
one.s of the stomi-ch or hawols, it Is your
own fault if you romain ill, for
UrO i soveroign remedy in all such com.
If you are wasting away with any form of
Kidney dlismae, stop tonttiug Dath this
tumtent, anl turn for a ceuro to
If you are siok with thit terrIble sickness,
Nervousness, you will ilutt a " Dalm in
Gilead" in the use of
If you are a'frequiaitor, or a resldent of a
itasmnatie district, bacrrcado your systemi
againat the scourge of all conutries-nala
rial, epidemlo, billon:s, and intermittont fe
vor,-by the use of
Tf you have rough, pimply, or sallow skin,
bal breath, pains anad aehos, and feel misera.
ble ronorally, HOP lIlTTRS will give you
fair skin, rich bloodI, the swcetest breath,
health, and comfort.
In short, they euro ALL Disease's of the
ltomanach, Bowels, Blood, Liver, Nerveq~,
Kidneys, &c., and
will be paid for a case they w"!l not euro or
help, or for anything impure or Injurious
found in them.
'That poor, bedriddlen, invalid wife, siater,
mother, or dauaghter, can be made the pie
ture of health hy a fews bottLles of Hop Bh,
ter', coating but a trifle.
Will you Let tlhen tituirer r
Oleanse, Purify and Enrich the
And you will have no sickness or sufoering or doctor'
"LANDJ.oltD, (did you ever have a gentle
Ian stop with you before ?" "Are you a
e.itntmn ?" as~ked the lanhdlordl. "'Yes, I
in." "'Then I never did !"
A NEW 1K man hais discovered an
'inviiule soap." It Is the saime article
lhat small boys have used in their morning
blut ions fromn the miost remote periods,
A N EnsorsMU TTAFFIC. - Pittsburgh
oasis that 849 746 bottles of CARBOLIN'J
ave b)en soldl wit~hin the Iast six mionthe.
['Is shows that the great army of bald
10cads will s'Oon be reducedl to a corpor'tl's
A FT'Rl [I-l'l'Elc AT A lIAIl.,. --lie: "W~ith
lblt jokling, Elis~e, 1 (10 attoro you, Whenci
look at youl there ls suIch a commIUoion in
ny breast'?" She: '"And in msine too.
-Ie.nri ; it luist be the Jobste'r sailad I"
Why Wear Plasters?
Theyi may rehoves,, tut, they can't euro that
amol back for the k(1dn. ye are the trouble andt
n want a reme'iy to act dlires ily on iheir
corotionsa, to purify and befrore their Hlealthy
'adhtion. Kiudney-Wort has the-t specific ac
on--a d at. the same time it regul tea Ite
owr-ls perfectlyv. Don't wait to get sick, but
et, a p clhito to-d1ay, amid euro yours'elf. Liqq'id
ned divy -old by all Druggists.--ermuanown
Massms. MloROAN & llADLnmY, Muitu1 infe
iluilti.ing, -lent na an1( Chestnuat .-trco a, Is tyn un
lindt a aup~eri)stock o, extra uine qualty Dia
nonaus, whien Lncy offor at, as baw prbcesa as
'tnes ofI the imt qualasy, p ricot, ali~e In color
tad shape, can be bola fur,
Don't Die in the House.
Ask Drugnists for *Rough on Rats." It
lo iris out rats, mice, roraches, flies, bed-bilge.
What is more Terrile
nore paInful, more exanerating, discourag
Ing and persistent thana XILES, especially to
aillicted mortals whoe have i ried lotions, o,nt
kientu, pils, eleocuaries ant all mannier of
nor rumns and dloctors' stuff internally and
ex oruelly, wlthout relhef? Whaet wonder Is
it that half a million rede~emedl sufferers
should shaout hosannas over the discorety of
'"Anakeais " ani infilithe oure for Paleit? This
medical miraiso., 50 e mple he to excite wsondor
that wise doe ore have not thought of it be
fore, so pr, mpt. and certain in its action as to
sicure fir itself the title of inaoiblo, so sel
snifio and rational In Its comb.nation of g oul
tice, instrument and me blie, e as to rendl 'r
the ultima e eture of 95 per cent, of average
eases of piles sulre, is net, an acoi'dontal die.
Govery, but, the solution of a preblem by the
study and expert, nce of Dr. Bilsboe, an ac
honiplished and distinguieheal phaysieian of 40
yeasn' sianuding. It has stood the test of 20
years' exp~erioiioa; over hai a million of suif
ferers have ulsed it w tti a ice ass, and dactors
taf a I seliool, now pr scrIbe at in their prac
1,ice andl it is pronounneo I to be thte nearest
to an Infallible cure for p les yet dl-eoverod.
*Anakests," Dr. 8 8llsbee's External Plle
Ren~edy, is sold by druggists evterywhere.
Price *i.00 per box. Samplos mailed FRa.E to
tll sufferiaia on apidaication. to P. Ne4ustaedtter
k (,. Bx 89m8, kt-w vor,
a rooky strong holdin a sandyAde
ert of Arizona, livesa tribe of the Pueblos,
called the Moqule, about Whtoh but little
has ever been written in the history of the
aboriginal races of this cou'utry. A cor
respondent states that this people number
about two thousand flive hundred, occupy
six villages, with houses built of stone
cemented with scind clay, and have proba
bly inhabited that part6ular region for a
thousand years. In appearance, the Moquis
come rather nearer to the Uaucasian than
the rest of his race, These Indians are un
like most of Indians, being rather industri
ously inclined. They live well, go respect
ably clad, but have neither church nor any
other place o4 worship-being wicked and
Inclined to profanity.
- i onored and Blessed.
When a board of eminent physician# and
chemists announced the discovery that by
combining soie well known valuable reme
dies, the most wonderful medicine was pro
duced, which would cure such a wide range
of diseases that most all other remedies
could be dlispensed with; mauy were scepti
cal ; but proof of its merits by actual trial
has dispelled all doubt, and to-day the dis
coverors of that great medicine, Hop
Bitters. are honored anI bleased by all as
The earth's eastward rotation, together
with the increase in rate from the poles to
the equator, has a tendency to throw the
waters of streams against their western
banks suilcient to produce quite marked
effects in many parts of the world. It is
,noticeable in large rivers where the de
posits are earthy, and the pitch of the water
is small and in the direction of the stream,
the bank against which the water strikes
the more forcibly being high and steep
while the other is low. The effect has
ben observed in many treauis of Europe
and Asia, and on the rivers intersecting the
low land 01 the Atlantic border of the
If the thousands that now have their rest
and comfort dest-royed by cunmplication of
liter anti kidney coinplaints wou.d give na
ture a remedy, Kidney-Wort a trial they would
be speedily curoJ. it acts on both organs at
the samo timo anti therefore cowpletely Uills
the bill for a perfect remedy. If you have a
lame back and dinordered kidneys use it at
0c. Dan't nogloct, them.-Mirror and
Dr. L. R. IRearth. says a correspond
cut frotu that reigon, has recently made
sonic important discoveries in South
America, having solved the problem of the
Beni river, discovered two new rivers and
explored the hitherto unknown mouth of
the Madre de Dios, which is 2,350 feet
wide where it empties into the Beni. He
states the "multitudes of men eating
savages," so long believed as existing aloag
the Beni river, proved to be a myth, and
the superstitious fear that has so long hung
over this portion of the Beni river has been
dissipated. His perilous exploration wag
accomplished Li a trail canoe with two In
dians as assistants.
THOUsANDS will hear testimony (and do
it voluntarily) that VEoETINE is the best
medical compound yet placed before the
public for renovating and purifying the
blood, eradicating all humors, impurities
or poisonous secietions from the system,
invigorating and strengthening the system
debilitated by disease; in fact, it is, as
many have called it, "The Great Health
It is gratifying to Iind that in conse
quence of the abundant supply of biomide
of potafsiun, that admirable sedative for
nervous affections, its pm icu within the past
fifteen years hats fallen fromn rive dlollars to
a.)out fifty cents a p~oundi, especially when
our habits and demands of life make such
hiider-us drafts npoo the nervous system o f
of our people0, Trhe yield of the wells of
Po-neroy, Ohio, hos been, it senms, chiefly
instraniental in lowering the price of this
"FEtMALEi complaints" are the result of
impnre' blood. Use "Dr. Lmndsey's Blood
hearcner." Sure ca're.
The wood of drmnking water tanks may
tre pleservedl by coating it with genuine as
obsiltum, purified by niting it ever a fIre
and stirring It occas onally for aix hours.
Apply to the dry wood and let it, stand
several days before wvetting.
''SELLERs' Livan Pl.Ls" have been the
standlard remetty for malarIa, liver com
plaInt, costiveness, etc., for fity years,
To dlye ivory black, the ivory, well
washed in an alkaline lye, is steeped In a
weak neutral sointiont ot niltrate of silver,
at~a then exposed to the light., or dried, and
dipped into a weak soltiioni of sulphide of
Ta most stubborn cases of female weak
ness yieinltvwhen the paitient takes Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Qopper, If suddenly ecoled, becomes
soft andl malleable ; if slowly cooled it
hardens and becomes brittle. r
EMS, LVBIA L. PINKHArI, OF LYM~, UASS.,
L.YDIA E. PINKHAM'B
Is a Positive Cure
ser alt these Painflal (lomplatet and Weakngessee
seomamom to or best fesmale population.
it wtil cure entirely the worst form of Female Com t
gluine., all ovarian troubles, Inflammati~on ad Ulces. t
tion, 3'alling and DIsplacements, and the eonsequaent
Spinal weaknose, and is perticularly adayted to th*
Change ef LUfe. '
1S will dissolve and expel tumore fromn the uterneta
' n early stage of development. The tendency to eas a
esrous humorethere is checked verpepeedily by Its use, a
It removes faintness, flatulency, destroys all craviag
for stimulants, and reinve. weaknes, of the stoisach.
It curse Bloating, HeAdaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleepiessnets, D~epression and Inds
Thas feeling of bearing down,ecausing pat. weight
end backache, is always permanently cured by Ste use.
It will at all timess and under alt circumstances act ia
garmony with the laws that govern the female system.
For the eare of Kidney complaints of either sex'this
Compoumi Is unsur passed.
LYJIA E. P'lINIIAM'5 VEGETABLE 002.
POUND is prepared at 333 and t35 western Aweenue,
Lynnbiass. Pricoe$i. Six hetteforp$. sentby mal
in the fornm of plls, else in the form of losenges, on
receipt of price, $1 per box fhereither. Mrs. Pinkhan
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Send for pampf
tee. Address as above. Menton thf* Pbzper.
No family s'aould be without LYDIA 3. PINKff AMW -
LIVERt PIUS. Thai * ure ceonstpation, bliouig u
and tospidity of Sh. liver. 35tcents per box.
8w- Mold b.- all Drsggtas.* i
TRADI AM N,
Neur2lgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Rackache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
rooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Prepration on eartth equals 8?. JAcoUs Oar.
5 a afe, asuro, simplo and chea;p External
lemedy. A trial enialis but the comparatively
rifling outlay of 50 Cents, and evrery one sufferipg
wth pain can hay cheap and positive proof of its
Directions in Eleven Languages. *
IOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND~DEALERS
A. VOGELER & CO.
m'.saoro M , ;. . .
THE ONLY MEDICINE
IN RITIElt LIqUID Olt DBY FORM
That Acts at nhm ame tine on
TEU UIVEAR, TZIl BOWLSZ,
AYD Till 1fDUZY.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
Because we alloto these great oiganas to
becomse clogged eri0 torpid, wad poisonous
Asnumorsav .the'4fore jbreed into the blood
(hat shouldbe expelled naturally.
WILL SURELY CURE
PILES, CONS11PrATION, UJINARY
DISEASE8, FEM ALI WEAKNESSES,
AND NElVOUS DISOtDERIS, a
by carusing'free action qf these organis and
restoring their power to throw s1r disease.
Why s uter Ilillous paiusa and aches?
Why tornmented with I'les, Constipation!
Why frightoned over disordered Kidneys!
Why eniusro nervous or sick hondacheal
Use KI IDNEY-WOlTand refoice in health.
It is put up in Dry Vegetable Form, in tin
cans ono 'ackago of which makes six quarts of
medicine. Also in Liquid Form, very Coneon
trated, for thoso that cannot readily preparo it.
irIt act. s with egnual efileno~cy in eithor form.
GET' IT OF YsOUlt iltUGGlST. PICE $1.~00
W1 E L L, iii01iA iED)SON & Co., Prop'.,
(Wll .endl the dr-y post-paid.) nvaLINuros, vt.
Feeble anid Wickly l'ersons
ecover their vitaility iby purisuinig a course of
lostetter's Slamacs h litr. the- mnost popular in
for-aunt and aiterative medlicine i11 use. Gleneral
eiltfever andis agiu, dyspleipsia, consatipation,
Iseusmaisan, and( othier lsni.ssdies are cornpsletely
hlosl by n Ask iit .hose who have used it what
For sale by all Drusggists anti dealers generally.
3ATENT BOG CUTTER
WILL. CUT FRIOM
ONE TO TWO ACRIEU PER RAY,
Asnd wvork as easily sas ass ordiaary plow.
Pa'-Ice 835 and S-10.
r~ bT . i). llasis Es(sli, ewYrk
1. V.; al. 10 y, i ni., Ilf5 l adway Now York; Johns11
tiltsol.etsr Irorny. (5oatv N. Y.; A. P.
Tasurr, Orange Coity, N. Y.
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co, Addre~ss VALENtTiNM Mflu.,Jauesvyn
un.Tueb n o liarat ine ion of th
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LLEFeM' Rsan rood cures Nevvoes De.
dru a ss. 8e ss for ciqsarato Aens bar.
h5er,8517irst Avenue. N. x.
SDR. VOORHIIES, Eaaton Pa., or th Druig trade.
ft pays A gents to sli the Rtandlard Aarteailtural fluok
Farming for Profit
New, Accourate, Conmpreheive. A. Oenm iote Farm
ihsriitoif. A sures su iva e ao mca ii farming.
ve aytimes t cost ever Ieatts ntee6 pnses.
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onoe anawr tn eaiaverttsewnandthwa
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HEALTH IS WEALTHI
HEALTH of BODY IS EALTH of MI
Pure blood makes sound flesh, strong bone
and a clear skin. If you would have your 1pah
firm, your bones sound without caries, and your
complexion n tir, use iladway's Uarsaparti.
A remedy composed of ingredients of extra.
ordinary med cal properties essential to purify.
heal, repair and invigorate the broken-down and
wasted body--QUIOK, P lEASANT, 8AiPB and
P1RANENT in its treatment and oure.
No wetter by what name the complaint may
be desIgnatedl, whether it be Soro.ula, Con
sumption, Syphilis, Ulcers, Bor(s, Tutmors,Dolls.
Eryslpelas, or Salt-itheum diseases of the
Lungs. Kidneys, Bladder, Womb, SaIn, Liver,
Stomach or Bowels, either chronic or constitul
tional, the virus of the disease is in the BLOOD
which suppiles the waste, and builds and re
pairs theso organs and waited tissues of the
system. If the blood is unhealthy, the process
of repair must be unsound.
The sarsaipartlia~n Reuolvent not only
is a compensaliig remedy but secures the bar
mo.lous action of each of the organs. It estab.
lishes throughout the entire system functional
harmony, and suppliem the biood-vessels with t.
pure and heahhy ourrentof new life. The skin,
after a few days use ot the Sarsanparillian, be
eomes clear and beautiful. Pi"mples, lilotches,
Black Spots and Skin Erupt'ons are removed;
Sores and Ulcers soon cured. Persons sulterin4
from Scrofva, Israptive Diseases of the Eyes.
Mouth, Mars Legs, Throat and Glands, that
have awau'ulated and sptead, either from utn.
cured diseases or mercury, or from the use of
Corrosive Sublimate, may rely upon a cure if
the Sansaparallian io continued a sufficient timit
to make its impression on the t-ystom.
One bottle contains more of the active princi.
Dlea of medicines than any other pieparation.
Taken In Teapoonful Doses, while other re
SuIre fve Q" six times as much. one Do lan
Only requires minutes not hours to re
lieve pain and cure auute disease.
In from one to twenty minutes, never fails to
relieve PAIN with one thorough application;
no matter how violent or excruciating i he pain
the Rheumatic Bed-ridden, Infirm. Orippled.
Nervous, Neuralgic or prostrated with disea-o
man suffer, RADWAY'd READI BIELIEF will
afford instant ease.
Inflarnnaistion ontthe Kidneys, Inflansvnia.
&ion of'ahe B1ladster, Inniiaiusisal o orthe
Iluils. Couligtioii of the ]Luniig. More
Thront. Dhl cuit Uraateing. l'alpitnthivia
of the. Ifenat, ?Iystertca. crou.np Diph
tI'erin. Catarrh. Influenza. lknne am,
Toothacheo Nneur.kil .. Ithernuntiosis
4 sic Chillis. Ague Chll s. Chlbazi,., nti
Frot ltes, Itsrine, Isasune- Conn
paints, Nervouanems. F41e 1 lee nness,
Co"uhso Voidts, "g aiias. 'ala fit. &he
Cliaest, fek or A13=6 are Instantly ie.
Fever and Ague.
FEVER and AGUE cured for 50 cents. There
Is not a remedial agent in this world that will
cure Fever and Ague, and o her Malarious, Bill
ou4, ,arlet. Tyu 0oui. Yellow and other fevers
(aided by Radway's Pills) so quickly as RAi
WAY's READY HELIEP.
It will in a few moments, when taken accord.
Ing to directions, cure Cramps, Spasms, sour
Stomach. Ileartoturn Sick Head ache, Diarrham
Dysentery, Colio, u Ind in the Bowels, and all
Travelers should always carry a bottle of Rad.
way's Ready Itelief w.tt them. A few drops in
wa er will prevent sickness or pains trom
change of wat -r. It is better than French
brandy or bitters as a stimulant.
Miners and Lumbermen should always be
provided with it.
All remedial agents capable of destroying life
by an overdose sh;otild be avoided. Morphine,
opium, str, canine, arnica. -hyosclimus, and
other po wera ut iemedies. does at certiain times,
in very small doses, relieve the patient durraig
their action in the system. But parnaps the
second dose, if repeated, may aggravate a d 1n
crease the suffering, and another dose enuee
death. There is no necessity for ulsi ig these
uncertain agents wh,-.n a positive remedy like
Rtadwmay's Ready Rlif etill1 stop. the most ex
cruciating pain quicker, without entailing the
least, di lnculty In either infaut or adult,.
THE TRUE RELIEF.
RADwAT's READY REiJEPn Is the only remedial
agent, In vogue that wvill instantly stop pain.
Fifty Celltsi Per Boitle.
Perfeet Pur a, ives, Soothing Aperi
ents, Act Witlionr, Pain, Always
Rdlfable, hnd Natural in their
A VEGETABLE SBESTITUTE FOR CALOMEL.
Perfootly tasteless, elegantl coated with
sw.et n m, purge, regulato, purify, cleanse and
RlAowAy's P11.1., for thte cure of all D'sorders
of t11h iomacih.Liver,Bow)sels, Kidnieysinadder,
Norvous Diseases, Hf andacho. Conse.n lion, Cos
t-venaess, mnd geslion. Dyspepla. Biullousness,
Ferer, Inflanmatwon of tihe Bowels, Ples, and al
deran gemnenis or theo internal Viscera. War
ranted to e ffet a periect cure. Purely vego
tabie, containing no mercury, minerals or dole
iW'Obsei ye the following symptoms resul' ing
from Discises of t1e Ilge tire Organs: Consti
pation. Inward iles, Fu liness or tile Blo di in
the flead, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea.
Ileartburn, 1 1 gutst, of Food, Foleness or Weight
in 1.he iatomachi, Sour Eructions, Sinklisg orf
Flutterlng at the Iloart, Choking or Stifroring
Sensations when in it lying posture. Dimne. of
Vision, Dots or Webs Be fore the Sight,, Fever
and huh lPain In IhIo hicadi, Demiciency of Per
splration. Yelownesis of the Skin andi Eyes,
l ain lnathe 8.de. Cihe t, L,'mbs and Sudden(
Flushes of 110e:t, Burning in tihe leish.
A few doses of RtAtwAYo 'sP,t.5 wili free the
System from all the above-named Disorders.
Price, 2350ents Per Box.
We repeat that the reader must consult our
books and papers on the subject, of die ases ant
their cure, ..anong which may be named :
"Paine and True,"'
"Itadway on irre table Urethra,"
"lRadway on alcrofula,"
ad ethers relating to different classes or Dis
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