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From an English gentleman, who has
lately travelled overland from British
- Columbia to this city, we learn that a
new device, which has been patented,
. s now in operation of taking salmon on
the Columbia River. This device, or
machine, is known as "Williams' Patent
Fishing Wheel," and is located on the
Oregon side of the Columbia river,about
a mile and a half below the Cascades.
This device consists of a jetty of rooks
built out from a point on the shore of
the river, outside of which is a planked
sluiceway, in which an undershot wheel,
with large tank buckets, revolves. The
sluiceway was built when the river was
at its lowest stage of water, and the
wheel is hung so that it can be raised or
lowered, as may be desired, according to
stage of water. The instinct of the sal
mon is to run up the river alongside of
the banks instead of mid-channel. By
this the fish can take advantage of the
eddies below jutting points of land. On
these projecting points the Indians havo
from time immemorial taken salmon in
large numbers by using dip-nots. The
jotty built out from the point above
named makes a larger and longer slack
water behind it, and the salmon round
ing the point rush into the sluicoway to
got up the river, In the sluiceway, the
wheel, which revolves in the current, is
gauged so as to swop within a foot of
the bottom, and the salmon are scooped
up in the tanks or buckets, which latter
let out the water as they ascond. On the
wheol descending, the fish are thrown
out into a trough or gutter leading to a
pen below, where they remain until ta
ken away to be canned. The arrange
mont of the sluic-whool, &c., is a most
successful one, the catch of adult sal
mon, which are the only ones canned,
running from 1500 to 4000 per day.
There is virtually no expense in taking
the fish, save attending to the poln.
As the fishermen who take salmon in
boats in the Lower Columbia river de
mand and receive from 50 to 60 cents
per fish from the cannorios, one Call
readily see what a vast profit the use of
the wheel makes to the cannery connect
ed with it. 1In fiaet if the use of this
whool iince'ases un the Upper Columbia
river the canneries located near Astoria
and all others who depend ou boat fish
ing, will either have to give up business
or run at a loss from a reduction in price
of canned salmon, whilo their rivals will
get rich. There are about 3000 men
employed in the boats and making nots
for salmon on the Columb~ia river whioh
the general use of thi.i wheel will throw
out of work, aMid, at the same time, the
permanent plant of the canneries, conl
sisting of piers and buildings, estimated
at more than $250,000, will become
worthless. Theso two itetms, the non1
employment of boatmen, &c., and per
manent plant of canneries, are, however
the least of the evils which will comi
from the use of Williams' patent ilsh
Our informant states that the wheel
scoops up all sizes of salmon from one
pound weight uplward. Tfhat all fish be
low six poimdal weight are not used ini
canning, but are thrown back into thle
river dead, and float away. He states
that at one empltying out of the poln,
which lie witnessed, several hundred of
the young salmon were thrown awvay as
above stated, and that as this occurs
three times dlaily many thousands of im
mature fish are destroyed weekly, which
would ini succeeding seasons grow to a
size lit for canning. In fact, it is sim
ply a question of a few years, say five,
with this fishing wheel generally in use,
when salmon-canning on the Columbia
river, which averages from $2,500,000 to
$3,000,000 annually, will have to cease
for want of adult fish to ean.
nloss of the lireaklers.
Alice iloston, us the boss swimumer at
Santa Cruz, Cialifornia. She was raised
at that p~lace, and goes into the surf
summer and winter. She is small in
height andl weight, being light built,
and hais every appoarance of a young
school girl, inot representing that mas
culine strength of some girls. She wears
* a bathing suit of light material, wvorn
loosely around her body. She plays
with the breakers like a sea gull. On
her last birthday she swaim a mile into
lie bay with Mr. Jloe Enright aind re
t urned not fatigued in the least, while
her p~artnler b~ecame much wearied and~
causeod her much alarm. This was coni
sidered quite a feat for so young a girl.
Recently it wvas announced that she
was to take a much longer swim and go
alone. It drew many anxious eyes to
the beach, who had heard but not seen.
She was late entering the water and the
visitors became anxious. At a few miin
1; utes past eleven o'clock she caine out
and darted through the breakers like a
' fish. After playing for a few minutes
near the shore she was seen to move
forthb into the sea. Many were the
glasses that went to anxious eyes to
watch her movements. Soon nothing
but a black speck could b)e seen. A ves
sel lay upon01 the waters a mile and a
half from the shore, and she seemed
heading in that direction. Women be
came nervous for fear she might cramp
-and go down. No one expetedl her to
go out as far as the vessel and return.
But ere long the little black spot came
S up to the side of that vessel. She amu
out around it and then started for shoire.
%; When she came about one-third of tihe
way in, a seal Wvas seen immediately in
her path. The watchers became anx
f ous lest it should frighten her and
111 cause her to (hewn. But, no: she moved
II on near it and never seemed to care. It
was getting late, but no one would leave
f he beach until they saw her safely land
ed. She finished the three miles, (dart
ed a time or two through the breakers
id trotted off to the dressing-room as
though she had been out but a few mini
Taut UsEs AND VALUE OF CorroN SEED
MxAi.-A ton of meal contains thirty-eight
pounds of potash and fifty-six pounds of
phosphoric acid, with seventy-eight pounds
of nitrogen; it is thus rich enough in those
elements to be useful as a manure, for
which purpose, indeed, it is extensively
used in the South. But, being so rich a
food, it cannot be given to animals, except
lp small quantities. Two pounds are quite
enough for a cow that is milking; a calf
should not have more than two to four
ounces; pigs will not thrive on it at all, as
it is too rich for them, except when given in
small quantities mixed with bran slops or
cut roots. Horses do well on it, if given
two pounds daily with corn meal; two
pounds of it equal ten pounds of eats.
But, if fed too abundantly, the bowels are
made very costive and the kidneys are af
fected. This is doubtless on account of
its highly nitrogeneous nature, as the
waste nitrogen is eliminated from the sys
tem through the kidneys, and they are too
actively excited by very rich food. The
next ill effect is an inflammatory condition
of the system, and in cows there is danger
of garget, and horses suffer from irritation
of the skin, sore mouth, and hide-bound.
It is as though a man were fed on extract
of beef, rich pastry, and such food only.
When used judiciously and with a know
ledge of its character and value It is the
cheapest (at its present price, thirty dollars
a ton) and one of the most useful foods
we have. B2ing rich in nitrogen and oil,
it should be used with food rich in starch,
as potatoes and roots. One pound of cot
ton sced meal mixed with half a peck of
boiled potatoes and mashed together would
make good ieed for fattening pigs or a
milking cow, but the pig should have corn
or bran for the second daily feed. One
of cotton seed meal we consider equal to
two pounds of corn meal.
KREa'iNO STOCK.-We have frequently
and earnestly, urged the farmers of this
state to keep more stock, and In our hum
ble way demonstrated the proflt In stock
growing, and we are extremely gratilled to
learn that the farmers are aecuring more
and more each year. As this is the proper
season of the year, or soon will be, to
prepare a proportional anmiunt of food for
this increase, which if neglected, instead
of a proit, there will be a loss, we cannot
too strougly urge them to lay in a good
supply or winter todder. There is never
any danger of a farm being over-stocked if
there is plenty of hay and fodder, but
when the farim is short of feed for its
owner's stock, it is always in trouble. In
spring the farmer must turn his caitlo out
to pasture too early, and in autumn he
must perinit them to remain in the field
until, through exposure to bad weather
and insufliciency of food, they become
greatly reduced in condition. The full
supply of food telis on each animal, but of
course is more noticeable in those whose
produce is da.ly being turned into cash.
The widely distended bag of a well- fed cow
as she comes fromt the pasture to be
milked, and the sense of relict she unmis.
takably shows when the process is coi
pleted, is both a source of satisfaction aind
of profit and is in wide contrast to the limp,
halif empty appearance of the udder, when
the. cows are in poor pasture, and have to
roam about continually for food.
Jr is not true that the butter from the
cream of farrow cows is lost in the churn
when it is mixed with the cream from fresh
cows. It may seem reasonable at first
sight to suppose that if a fresh cow's
cream may be churned in fifteen minutes,
and a farrow cow's cream in thirty or forty
nutes, and when the two 're mixed
the butter comes in twenty minutes
that the cream of time farrow cow is
lost and not chmurnedl. But it is easily
aton on considlerinig the p~rli1ple involved
that it is not so. For the butter exists in
time cream ini small globuhes in t lie condition
of an emulsion or mixture. INow, wvhen
thme butter from one cow's cami begins to
form the small particles gather up and
coalesce with thme butter of the other ciiam
andl very soon unite with it. 1t may be
tested by taking the butter out of the
churn andi going cin with the churning of
the butternmilk, when it will be found that
no more butter cani lie procuredi.
CARR~i.Es STA.CKm~iNO oi OA~'s.--tacks
of oats if carelessly put together are often
destroy ed bmy exposure. Every farmer
may know that the heads of bundles--of
ea'cry/ bundle--hould be0 kept higher than
the butts or strawv end. But ind~ifferent
hands often pla1ce the heads lower, or at
least on a level with the butts, thus invit
mng muildew and decay. If oats are to be
saved for seed, it is best to wait until they
fully ripen before cutting. If the straw
and leaves are to be used for food, it is
best to cut wh ile tihe oats are in thme diough
state andi while thle leaves and steme are
still green. Oat straw so harvested is
thought to ho0 very much more nutritious
thani corn foddor, and nearly equal to imo
thy. Many, inticed, cut and house oats
the same as hay, and believe it to be0 fully
. Tui MAxurM Cnoir.-Thcre is a point
in the increase of crops, beyond which it
(toes nc t pay to carry it. The extra bush
ci, or five bushels of wheat for example,
costs more in time, attention, mauuro ap
lield, etc., than the increasedi yield is
worthi. It is ma great satisfaction to have
borhood, but it may take away what wouhd
the largest crop) of grain grownm mn thme neigh
hmavo been a prolit in an ordiniary yichd. it
is for the farmers to (10 all lie can to reach
the maximum crop, that is, the aumount
which is the most prctitabloe; but once at
tainmed, It (does not pay to put in any increase
of manure or other fertilizer. Thme average
farmier in this cotuntry dtoes not run much
(langer In farming too highly, but there is,
nevertheless, such a thiing as overdioing,
oven mi growing a crop) of grain.
,ANNA-Tc is superior to carrots for color
ing butter because in using the latter thie
vegetable matter incorporated is likely to
decay andi imp~art a bad flavor. 'Tho an
natto is also a vegetable substance, but
being dissolved im potash only the mere
coloring matter is left, and snch a minute
quantity is needled that it cannot inmpart
any flavor to the butter.
Ti DamunY. --- The dlairy Is the most
prfitablo branch ci eqttle keeping. One
neceds no figures to show it. lie can do
better; he can show land constantly ium
proving in character; a herd constantly in
creasing in numbe~r andl value; a farmer
aliways wIth money in his pocket and thme
lightest labor of all farm work.
PoATome, or any other root crops, may
be grown in a youn~g orchard. It woukil
not (d0 any injury to grow corn, but grain
crops should not be attempted. They
take from the soil the very elements which
the trees require.
Glive each fruit tree mn the yarslen at
least a few shiovelfuls of mainure, and if
the same treatment is extendedl to the
orchard, a good return will be muade. Thme
way to Obtain abundant crops of fruit
every year is to manaiure the trees yearly.
Fowr.a dry-picked sut the dealers better
than scalded ones. TIhe flesh retains its
A GOOD old older of a neighborinsr tow
was invited by a colored minister to prea<
to the latter's congregation. Ile consenteC
and knowing the faults of the members <
his brother's congregation, took occasic
to blut at it in the following language:
"8tealing Is a besetting sin. The ma
who steals is capable of greater crimes. 1
who steals even a pin will steal a chicker
or duck, or a goose. or a tarkey; and lh
who steals from his neighbor's hen rod
will steal from his stable, and a horse thu
will commit murder. My friends, if ye
keep away from your neighbor's chicker
you will not be suspected of other crines.
The colored minister was here calle
upon to make the closing prayer, which 1
did as follows:
"Oh Lord I we thank Thee for the sci
mon we have heard to-day, and oh, Lor
we hope it will bear good fr'lit among a
who have heard it, and oh Lord bless tli
minster who preached it, and help lilni
elh Lord I to practice what he preachee
fDes Molnes Iowa state Register.]
non. S. n. Yodor's Posilion.
A representative man's opinion on othi
than political matters, is often of groat us
to his constituency. The Ion. 8. [
Yoder, of Globe Mills, Pa., has thus re
corded his opinion on a subject of popub
interest. I have been selkng St. Jacob'
Oil for the last year. I have never heard
person speak of it, except as a splendi
medicine, and as the great specific for rht
imatic affections, whether inflammator3
acute or chromc, swellings, sores, spramni
burns, wounds, etc. I sell more St. Jacob
Oil than of any other kind of liniment, an
It gives universal satisfaction. I wi
always keel) it on hand. The farmers sa:
that for nan and beasts, they find notioi
to equal It.
A-N Iown love affair: "So you're not goi]
to nmarrv Esra Haskins' daughter, thong
you know my heart is set on that match?
thundered Sir Marmaduke, the dairy king
to 'is 'son, Lem Norton, the ox-tamer c
Yellow Springs. "No, sir," neekly r(
phed the young mau. "And, sir," roare
the oxasperated fatner, "may I ask wh
you dare tius to thwart my expressed will?
"Yes, sir," snid his son, in a low, fain
voice, like a joke before )reikfast, "becaus
I asked her, and she said she'd rather marr
a punip-log for brains than to marry any
body in this family." "Alil" exclainie
Sir Mandrake, with a fading inflectiou, anu
then lie turned away to the new Ayrshi
cow in the corner of the lot and said. in
voice of a thunder cloud: "iluddup ye
foot, ye fur-tailed imp of a thistle patel
or I'll knock the stulla' outen ye with
neck-yolkl" Atid his own son knew th
the proud-spirited old man was thinkimg
(iittsburglh veing CUtrouiele.]
Dan'geros to Iroi Workers.
Mess. R. Esterbrook & Sons, City Irot
Foinldry, Boston, Mass., speak on thi
point Is follows: Two or three of our mci
were badly burnt in working. They weit
however, immediately cured by using the
valuable reinedy, 8t. Jacob's Oil. All ou
men are highly pleased with it, and w
shall alwaye recommend it to those afflict
ed with pains or rheuiatism.
TniiEp. was a terrible fire on Mark
street (lie other day and when little Jni
Scuffels heard that it. was a pawn-shop I
rushed to the spot and worked like a beav
to carry out the goods and save the stor(
As lie was rushing out with a fInal arifl
of pledges a friend wh'lo stood near sah(
"'Whait's the mat ter with you .Ji'mmy? Wli
arc you taking all this trouble?" "Well,
guess," said scuffels, as lie sat down e:
hausted and wiped the lather and cinde
out of his eyes, "1 guess if everything yc
had in the world that was valuable was
danger of being burned up you'd woi
I 94ro0n it well for a considlerable timec
said ani old Australian bushman, wh'len I
was aked why lie abandonedI his select ioi
"I stood it well; but the place was overri
by kangaroos. They chopped off t1
wheat the moment it wans above groun
they wvalkcd oft wth the maize-stocks lil
an army of volunteer rifles; tused up all ni
pumpkmns at toot ball. But wheni an o
man kangaroo camne to the house one di
and asked for a spade to dig upi time p~ot
toes, I tihoughit it was aboult time to cle
Cured of IDrinking
"A young frienid of mine was cturedf
an insatiable thirst for Liquor, which hi
so prostrated him that lie was unable to I
any business, ie wvas entirely enred 1
the use of 110op Bitters. It alhayed all thi
burning thirst ; took away the appei)tite f<
liquor ; made his nerves steiady, amid lhe hn
remialined a sober and steadiy muan for moc
than two years, andi has no dlesire to retui
to lisa cups ; I know of a niumber of othie
that have been cuiredI of dIrmiking b~y it."
From a leading Rt. Rt. Oflcial, Chicag'
Is the miarket: "'How d ye sell these hi
nanias?' and lie fmubled over the whc
bunifch in a eritical sort of a wvav. ''For
cents a dlozeni for those b'ananais, sir."
declaire. Whlat'ms this. Jnn~iiny, but th
tiarantula bit ime squiarcon lmy th~umb. '
thait case I shall have to get sixty cents
(dozen. oui see thus will include name
thme piaper and a ten hine orbituary. Couildi
thimik of nothing lesse, sir." Custoimer faim
oii his hiands, btut "comies to" to 11ind 0
that lhe has only stuck a silver in his hami
AI.nroi'QumimV, N. M., has a greatly re
pected ,Justico of time peace. An libistr
tion of lisa mthud of dealing justice
comlmenlded to Justices in other far We
towns. le sid to a Mexican, "Ye aj
charged wuithm stealingr canned goods; wi
hay ye to say ?" Th'ie Mrxican reie<
"'Quien sabe?"' "W~ell,"' said thme Jutigi
"'I'll thrust the harpoon of justice into yr
and~ send y'ou ill for ninety day13s, till y<
may be can 'sab~e.' i ixt !''
D)xAnI.rJOCx coint inued: "Who was tI
greatest Anmerican poet0c?" asked Profess<
8tearns. "'George Wasihingtoni," said tI
slowv boy in the farther seat; "lie was ver
ed in wvar, versed ini peace and ver-" Bi
thme professor initerupted him to sei
thant was the verst lie ever heard, and ju
thein the lightning struck the Baptist co
lege andl without cominig to a vote, ti
Worxn:; '"Live I I guess hie live<
Why you couldn't kill that feller if lie wi
ftill of holes as a skiiniuer. He'd just g
to work ande breathe through the holei
that's what he'd (1,'' and having thus vei
tilatedi his knowledge of (lie vitality of
veteran of the Mexican war Job Shiutt
miopped~ the~ perspiration from his brow au
strolled off to time next grocery to astonis
another cracker-barrel audience.
"Is Mrs. Shoddie rich?" asked a streo
boy of Is chuma. "'Rich I" exclaimed( t1.
other contemiptunously; "'ycr talking yom i
feller; rich I" hie repeated; "ain't her mouti
full o' gold 9'"
AN industrious tradesman 'havIng taken
a, now apprentice. awoke him at a very
n early hour on the first morning by calling
out that the family were sitting down to
table. "Thank you," said the boy, as he
turned over in the bed to adjust himself
for a new nap-' thank ou, I never eat
anything during the night.
Vicked for Olergyman.
"I believe it to be all wrong and even
e wicked for clergyion or other public men
I to be led into giving testimonials to quack
f doctors or vile stuffs called medicines, but
a when a really nieritorious article made of
5 valuable remedies known to all, that all
, physieans use and trust in daily, we should
freely commend it. I therefore cheerfully
and heartily commend Hop Bitters for the
good they have done me and inygfrionds,
tirmly belioveing they have no equal for
family use. I will not be without thon."
Rev.- . Washington, D. Q.
.NEXT timne Yel shiver at havlug a tooth
pulled think of Joseph Brooks of Colorado.
He lay still and let a bear chow his arm off
atid therehy saved the rest of his body.
Come to read the item over again it was a
wooden arm, but Joseph wasn't to blame
W iiHN a six-dollars-a-weok clerk strad
dies his nose with a pair of eyeglasses,
speutis a week's salary for a diamond pin
r and goes into the country to astonish the
S natives lie is doubtless surprised to find
a that he is not as inuch of a curiosity as a
a hand organ monkey in a calico overcoat.
1i is a mistake to assume that a rose by
any other name would smell as wheat.
Wilt .ectually eradicate from the
systemt every taint of
Scrofulil, Scrofilous Humor, Tumors,
Cancer, Cancerous Humor, Ery.
lpelas, Salt Rheum, leredi
v tary Diseases, Canker, FaInt
ness at the Stomach,
0 and all Discases that
arise from Im
r There Is not a ne line lit this country at iho
presentt clay prescrie by physicians, or what Is
known as a remedy for SCRoFULA, that Is so oeo
tual in its cures as VEOETIN-a medicine to coin
bat With SCROFUiLA. In all the various forms of
this disease, to show so many positive cures of
persons lit all the various walks of life, it must be
a good medicine. VXoETINWYIas done it; Is doing
it; the very best of testimony proves it.
Veyetine will Oure the Worst Cases of
Remarkable Cure of Scrofulous
WESTMINSTln, Conn., Sino 19, 1879.
Mn.i. 11. .STHvICs-IDear Sir: I can testify to
the good offect of your tredicine. My little hoy
n had a Scroftula sore break out on his iead 'as large
ic as a itirtor of a dollar, and it went down his face
r front one car to the other, under his neck, and was
one solid mass of sores. Two bottles of your valu.
ablo VENIFTINE commpletely irei hinm.
~. Very respiectfuilly ist. (. it. iAT~liER.
[Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists.
(A Medicine, not a Drink.):
e IHoPS, EUmCIIU, MANDJLAKE,
ni A.ND TnR 't PUET AND BRT MP.EDIOAL QUALI.
Ti ES OF AL.L OTIIRR IJITTElis.
1; T H E Y CUIR E
e1. All Discasca of t heSt omach, Bowels, Piood,
i.lver. K idneys, auri Uirinary organs, Ner
ti vsness ,bhlciessr p i sespeeially
Wilt be paid for a case they will not cure or
rt help, or for aiiytiuii g 1:lpir or injurious
Ask yottr druggist for flop Bitters and try
themt before yout sleep. Take r o other.
D I. C. is an absolitte and Irresist thle cure for
Drunkenniess, uee of opium, tobacco autd
y op nat 't . fr , 9$-, nio, oe
CELEBRATED 1 $
sMalaria is an Unseent Vaporous
CtPoison, spreading disonse andl death in man 10.
Lt caltiec for which quinine Is no geninio antiJate.
b ut for the eiTee'M of whtich ilostetter's Stomach
itters is not only a thorotughi remedy, but a rell
',able preveni 'e. TIo this fact, tere Is an over.
zwheinmnr a. .ay of testimony, extendinf over a
period o thirty years. All disorders of telIver,
Zstomacht and bowels are also conqutered by the
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally,
ir NOTICE TO BARBERS.
' Thte Tntnn Vouiusx of the BAlRERS' NA
it TIONA I. JOU1 it NA I,, will brIng amnon gits in
terestintg reaingmk matter, a series of select
Itlovels, to) begin with
A RiARtiERI'S RIEVENGE,
A senational story from life.
S Sentd your etulsscripmtion for one year of oiNE
0 DOLfLAR AND) PtirY er. to the Publisher of thte
BARBERlS' NATIONAL JOURNAL
a 2e N. SE~VF.NTit 8T., P'hiladelphia,
yeAsns oSell the utnadA rieuluook
r w y An e u ra te, C o n 1 rh e n s o o A c oe s le t s l r m t
TE LLS H OW TO "warest all ov en
KMake Money 2 ,*bus'* ..
ItH smny tt~me.its o~ot egerg Seasn S0pages.
A correaepondent writes to Nature, "A
gentleman recently returned from Agstra
Ila believes that the arid plan w~ich occu
pies the center of that island continent
might be amply supplied with water and
converted into rich farm land by a very
simple process. le founds his belief upon
observed facts in three sciences of botany,
physiography and geology. Gum trees and
the malle scrub flourish .there. The gum
trees grow to a great size and withstand
the drought of many summers. They must
have water; whence do they obtain it?
Rivers which flow towards the centre from
the mountain ranges along the coast have
no apparent outlet to the sea, but are lost
in the deserts. What becomes of them?
The underlying rock of the central plain
is an almost horizontal bed of tertiary sand
stone. The conclusion is that the sandstone
is saturated with water, and forms an im
mense reservoir from which existing trees
draw their supplies by deep tap roots, and
that by sinking wells In the desert this
water could be easily r(ached. The author
of this theory, wishing only to confer a
public benefit, desires to bring it under the
notice of scientific men, that It may be
either turned to account or shown to be er
roneous. If there is even a remote possi
bility of its truth, it wonld seem worth
while for one or more of the colonial gov
arnments to have borings made in order to
Aly Good Woman,
Why are you so out of sorts n ver able to tell
folks that you are well? Ien to one it's all
pauied in the firt place by hatitual constipa
lion, which no doubt llnaully caused de
ranged kidneys and ,Iver. The sure ouro for
oratipation in the celebrated Kidney-Wort. Tt
la also a specilio r- medy for a I kidney and
Liver diseasets. Thousands are cured by it
)very nuntb. Try it at onoe.-Toledo Blade.
0 Profcasor farah, of Yale college, has
recently alecovered in the cretaceous de
posits of Kansas the remains of a great
aumber ot toothed birds. Scientists aver
hat the discovery and study of these re
narkable extinct forms by Professor Marsh
laas thrown much light upon the derivation
3f the birds, and furniphes another very
itrong link in the chain of evidence in fa
vor of the theory of evolution, which is now
almost universally accepted by naturalists,
:o account for the origin of the existing
torms of organic life.
VGETRm.-It extends Its Influence into
every part of the human organism, com
mencing with Its foundation ; correcting
diseased action, and restoring vital powers,
creating a hoalty formation and purifica
tion of the blood, driving out disease, and
leaving Nature to perform its allotted task.
The maric mirrors which have been a
rood deal discussed of late are all of metal.
I. Laurent has succeeded in making them
)f glass, which is sufllciently elastic for the
purpose. At first he used pressed glass,
?olslied the surface opposite to the projec
tions; then he tried the thin glass of com
nerce, engraving a holiday design. The
.wo methods may be combined. When at
,est the mirror is plain and gives good in.
tges. By a blowing or sucking action the
.haracteristic features are brought out.
Both sides of the inirror are silvered.
11o, YE B&aDnHnADs I-There is just one
way, and no more, by which you may be
cured-use CAnBOLINE, a deodorized ox
tract of petroleum. It will positively pro
duce new hair; there is no substitute for
this marvellous petroleum hair renewer,
Sugar does not injure sound teeth, bit,
)n the contrary,improves them by assisting
le solution of food which supplies lime
I:or their nourishment. Sugar sometimes
mauses pain in decayed teeth. As creosote
eclieves an aching tooth by coagulating a
taim of albumen over the nerve, so sugzar
iaay cause a tooth to ache by dissolving
~he albumen by which the nerve may be
:rotected. Negroes, who eat large quan
itics of sugar, have beautiful teeth.
Evany one will find a general tonic in
" Lindsey's Improved Blood Searcher."
Liruggists sell it. It's what you want.
Jusat before his death, the iate Prof.
Watson, of Wisconsin University, was en
gaged in the experiment of gazing at the
atars down cellar, on the principle that
stars can be seen at noonday from the bot
toan of a dleep well. Hie built his new eb
aervatory over a cellar twenty feet deep,
into which the light of the heavenly bodies
was thrown down a large tube from reflec
tors on a neighboring hill.
Ar-rzn all, a gentle purgative is the best
means for curing headache, liver com
plaint, biliousness, etc. Take " Sellers'
Dr. Siemena claims that whenever
strength and magnitude are both required
tie use of steel as withiout a rival. He as
sorts that oven for an ordinary house steel
gives more security t~han rood, Is six to
uight times as strong, andl costs less, H~e
thinks that cre the lapse of many years
steel will be0 introduced into buildings of nll
kinds, and that it wall gradually supplant
Iron, in the same way that iron tends to
take the piace of wood.
ITxwLrn, Hope and Happiness restored
by Lydia E. Pinkhama's Vegetable Comn
poundi, thae positive. cure b r all female comn
P'rgf. M1aska anniounces that among the
remains of Post--Tertiary animals (such as
the nmammoth, rhinoceros, horse, lion and
byena) found an the 8chipka Cave, near
Stramberg, in Moravia, the jaw-bone of a
supp~osed diluvial human being has been
:hsicoveredi. It was Imbedded an the aime
unito vicinity of a spot where carbonized
Lnimal bones, stone implements and tone
atensils weae found. The jaw-bonc Ia of
"iouagn on Rats "
Ask Druggists for it. It clears out rats,
nice, roachos, bed-bugs, flies, ver~nin, in
MdzssR8s. M0RoAN~ a HEADLY, Mutual ILife
Building, Trent hx land chaestinut ,Lreos, hiaye on
Lanazd a superb stock o1 extra fine quality Dia
mon11s, which they offer at, as low prices as
stones of the first, qaaity. perfect, alike in color
lad shape, can be bol fur.
bhat are always wetting their beds ought noet
to be soolded and punished for what, they can
sot halp. They need a medicoine having a tonioe
mffeera the kid neys anid t he urinary organs.
3nuch a medicine is Kidney-aVort. It has
upecitio action. Do not fad to get it for them.
How Cian I Expross My Thanks ?
Mirs. Mienks, of Yorkville,. New York, writes.
ft affords me great pleasure to write these few
lines to let the publIc know the value of Aa.a
teat.. thie great External Pile IRemedy. I have
suffered the last 14 years everything but
:loath; in that time I have spent hundreds of
:lollars. I have tried everything I over heard
f; I have had four different detors, blat
l'ound very little relief. I At last heard of Ania
kesis; I tried them and in one hour's time I
!ound relief and have not been troubled wIth
fliem sinoc. How can I express my thanks to
ron? No tongue can praise them oohghly
and I would say to all those who are affioteA
vith P'lls liemorrhoids or fissures internal
r extern~al, give Aneakoute a triai and you will
io longer be a sufferer.
Samples of Anakoads are sont free to all sut
'erers on applIcation to P. Neustaedtor & Co.,
ox 81-, Nw York. Sold by all Druggiste,
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Pumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Sweli.
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General 3odily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Prearaton on earth equals S. JACOBS OI,
as a c.ura ive, slimaple and cheap External
Remedy. A trial entails but tho conparativoly
trifling outlay of 50 Cents, and every one siforhag
with pain can havo cheap and positive proof of its
Directions In Eloven Languages.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTB AND DEALERS
A. VOGELER & CO.
.nalffumove. Mid., 7 .a
MRSa LDIAl L PINKHAM,OF LYNN, ASE,,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cure
for all those Painfuil Coemplatnt~and Weokesees
soemaon to or beet female pepulattn.
It will eure entirely the worst form of Iemale Oos
#hints, all ovarian troubles, Inflamnuaon end Uloera.
tion, I'iling and Displacements, andthe consequent
Spinal Weakness, and Is particularly adapted to the
Change of Life.
It will dissolve and expel tumors from the uterusa
an early stage of development. The tendency to anw
eerous humorsthereIs checked vryspeedily by its use.
It remove@ faintuesa, flatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Dloeplessnees, Depression and Indl.
That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, Is always permanently cured by It. uses
It will at all times end under all circumstances act in
esarmony with the laws that govern the female system.
For the euroof Kidney Complaints of either sex ihis
Compound Is unsurpassed.
LYDIA Ei. PJNKHIAM'S 'VEGETABLE 00M.
POUND Is prepared at fIs and se6 Western tvenne,
Lynn, Mass. Prico $1. Six boailes for 05. Sent by mail
in the form of pills, also In the form of lozenges, on
receipt of,prlce, *1 per box for either. Mrs. Pinkhamn
freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Send for pamnpf
let. Address as above. Mention thais J'tper.
lie family should be without LYDIA E. PINE HAMI
LIVER PILLSi. The y cure constipatIon, biutousnes
and torpidity of the liver. 26 cents per box.
-m Rold be ' al Drgjgsa "E
THlE GREAT CURE
As it Is for all diseases of tho KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND BOWELS.
It cleanses theo aystem or the acrid poison
that causes the draadful suffering which
only. the viotims of Rihcauatisme can realise.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of the worst farmns of thIt terrible diseaso
have been quickly relieved, in a short tinme
ha.slhnd wondelrrful success, and an immense
male In every part of thao Country. In hun
dredlsofoaseslthasured whereall 01s0 had
failed. Iltis maild, but, eficoient. (O1:11TAIN
IN ITS A4JTION, bu t harmaless In all cames.
t'It elenansemStrengtheum nalgivem New
ILife toell the imhportantorgansof the body.
The natural nation of the Kidneys Is rostorod.
Thlo Liver Is cleansed of all disease, and the
Bowols move freely and hlealthfully. In this
way the worst diseases are eradicated from
As It has been proved by thousands tha6
la thomoateoffeotual remedy for cleansing the
system of all morbid scretions. It should be
used in eoery household as a
Always cures BILIOUSN~ESS, LONSTIPA
TION, PILES andl all FEMALE Diseases.
Is pultup iDry Vegetable Form, in tin enn,
one package of which mnakel 6quarte medicine.
Also In Liquid Farm. very Coneentrated for
the convenience of thoso~ who cannoirreadily pro
F4pare It. It acts welh equal elency ina eitherform. [
IiOET IT OF YOUR DRtUGG IST. PICE. $1.00 7
LIWElL, IIICHiAIIDSON & Co.. Prhp's, I
(Wil snd he ry ostpahl.1 11 llIiTON. VT.
Will Now Select Ilooki for the Fral Cam
anad cannot possibly findl a better book for Choirs,
Convenltlons andl liniglng Classes tihan L,. 0. EM
EHSlON'8 IHEltA LD OF PJAtidE ($1.00}, which
Is to be the leading book for 1881-i . Sticcess
follows success in ile ho iccsslve Ilantts of Emner
son's books and11 thIs Is to be n10 exceptIon to the
p lIive ook will be ''II IDEA 1,5 cts.fls e
expressaly for Singing (lases, and11 except in size,
Isqit D o d, it!n on dhe Sin lan i)as T1M'1
SUNDAY SCHOOL MEN
Will search fair ald Iong before fInding a hotter
Bunday School Sion~ lookthann THlE IEACON
LIGI IT, (80 cIa) ny THvNNKY atIa JIOFFMAN. Of
LI T AND .IFEh. (85 cents.) hly IL. k
Willnotfai I 1) exn 0la r~ now anal SlIerlot
DKN. For High schools. Andh the neOwest ()ud~
hest, Comlmon 14chol0 song 1ook, lay 1. 0. iKuii.,
DON, called X~ONG( IWI.i. (io cis.)
Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston.
J. U. DI780N & 00.l228(Jhestnut 8t.. Phil.
HEALTH of BODY hWHEALTH of KIND,
S113YAR111J111 EH Rif.
Pure blood makes sound flesh, st'On1 bone
and a elear skin. If you would esh
airm. your bones sound without carles, and you,
coplexion fiir, use IttAlway's Sarsaparlt.
A remedy composed of ingrodientS at of tr
ordinary mied ical properties essential to r
heal, repair and invicrorate the brokendOwn and
wasted ody-CU1l0, PLi EASANT, SAFB and
PRIMANRET in its treatment and cure. i
No matter by what name the complaint may
be designated whether It be Borolula, Con
sumption, yphls Ulcers, sores, TumorsBoils.
Eryhlpelas t Saltheum diseases of the
Lungs. Kidneys, Bladder, Woomb, Skin, Liver,
stomach or Bowels. either ohronic or onstiti.
tional, the virus of the disease is in the BLOOD
which supplies the waste, and builds and re
pairs those organs and wasted tissues of the
system. It vne blood Is unhealthy, the process
of repair must be unsound.
The rarsapartiiau flesolvent not only
is a compensaking remed but secures the har
mealous action o0 each o e orrn It estab
Ushes throughout the entire system functional
barMony, and suppUos the blood-vessels with a
pure and healthycqrrent of new life. The skin,
after a few days use of the Barsaparllianj be
oomes clear and beautiful. Pimples, Blotches,
Black Spots and Skin Erupt'ons are removed g
Sores and Ulcers soon oured. Persons suffering
from Scrofula, Eruptive Diseases of the Eyes.
Mouth,. Ears. Lews. Throat and Glands, that
have acoumulatod and spread, either from un
cured diseases or mercury, or from the use Of
Corrosive Sublimate, may rey upon a ouro if
the Barsaparillian is continued a sufoilent time
o make its impression on the system.
One bottle contains more of the active prinni.
DIes of medicines than any other preparati .
Takenin Teaspoonful Doses, while others
re five a times as much. One Dollar
only requires ontnutes not boar* to ro
lieve pain and cure acute disease.
in from one to twenty minutes, never falls to
relieve PAIN with one thorough application;
no matter how violent or exoruclatIng the paln
the Rheumatic Bed-ridden, Infirm. Orippled.
Nervous, Neurgo or prostrated with disease
man suffer, RAD WAY's READY IBLIEF will
afford Instant ease.
Enfianmmaien of the idneys, Ynflansa.
ten oftae Bladderna'silienana goai 0 ai.
o he, 1Eearn, I ling, p PUadta
thache, Neura iat. itheamatian
Cold Chills. AxNe Chills, Chilbluas an
]Frost Bite. uralnas, S~ummer Corn.
jaints, I1eavousaeas Sileeplessness,
:vufhs.ColSprains, 1'ains in. the
Chest. Back o- Limbs are itsiautly oie'
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 other Malarious, Bill
Ous boarlet. Typhold. Tellow and other fevers
(aided by Radway's PiRE) so quickly as RAn
WAY's READY RELIF.
It will in a few moments, when taken accord
ing to directions, oure Cramps, Spasms, Sour
Stomach, Heartourn Sick Head ache. Diarrheja,
Dysenter, Co10, Wind in the Bowels, and all
Travelers should always carry a bottle of ad.
way's Ready Relief with them. A few drois iu
wa er will prevent sickness or pains trom
change of water. 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 should be avoided. Morphine.
opium, stratchnlnc, arnica. hyoscianmus, and
other powerful remedies, does at certain times,
in very small doses, relieve the patient during
their actiton in the system, lint perhaps the
second dose, if repeated, may aggravate ai d in
crease the suffering, and another dose cause
death. There is no necessity for using these
uncertain agents whe~n a positive re medy like
Rad wny's Ready Relief will atop the most ex
cruciat ing pain quicker, without entailing the
least difficulty in either infant or adult.
THE TRUE RELIEF.
RADWAY's READY RaSTEP is the only remedial
agent, in vogue that will instantly stop pain.
Fify Cents Per Bottle.
Perfect Purg-atives, moothing Aperi
ents, Act Without Pain, Always
Reliable, and Natural in their
A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR OALOMEL.
Perfertly tasteless, elegantly coated with
weet gum, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse and
RADwAY's PILLs, for the cure ?! all D'sorders
Of the atiemaclh. Liver, Bowels, I'tneys, Bmadder,
Nervous Diseases, Headache. Constip ition, Cos
tiveniess, Ind gestlon, Dyspnp i, Biliousness.
Fever, Infiamation of the Bowel Pies, anrd all
derangemnents of the internal 'lacera. War
ranted to effect a perrect, cure. Purely vege
tabl, contaning no mercury, minerals or dele.
rw"Obsea ve the following symptoms resul'ing
frm Diseases of the Dige-tivo Organs: Cnstl
rion, Inward P'iles, Fuilnessi or the Die d in
he Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea,
Heartburn, hi- guLst of Food, Fullness or Weight
in the S'tomach, Hour Eructions, BInki-ig or
Fluttering at the Hoar;, Conking or Suffersing
Sensations when in a lyIng posture, Dimno. of
Vision, ots or Webs iluforo the Higat,, Fever
and Dull Pain in the Head, Delciency of Per
spiratelon, Yellowness of the SkIn and Eye-,
l ain in the a-de. Cihe t, Limbhs and Sudden
IFiushes or Heat. Blaunig In the lilesh.
A few doses of RIAIwAY's I'timrs will free the
system from ail the above-named DIsorders.
Price, 250eRnts Per Box.
We repeat that the reader must consuis ot
books and papoe on the subject, of dis'ases and
iheir cure, among whIch may be named :
"False and True,"
"had way on lrritable Urethra,"
"IRadway on Scrofula,"
madeothers relating to different classes or Dii
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS,
REIAD "iFALSEC AND TRUE."
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oe 82 Warren, Cor.. Churek St., New
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