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ftuz horses when trotting in putting
their hind feet to the ground strike prinol
pally on the toe. Such horses should have
the heels lowered, and should wear shoes
8kunk-cabbage is said to be good for
heaves in teaspoonful doses night and
morning. Moisten the hay andgrain. Be
careful with the diet. Never work a heavy
horse on a full stomach.
Steel bits should be kept in a warm
place until they are placed in the horse's
mouth. Any person can realize the sen
sation of placing a cold bit in the horse's
mouth by first touching it with his own
Tar Is one of the most useful articles to
be kept about the stable. Internally use
a teaspoonful night and morning tor
chronic coughs; externally, It Is particu
larly useful in thrush and all diseases or
wounds of the foqt. Mixed with fish-oil it
Is one of the ben remedies for hard or
An excellent remedy for mange is: 011
of turpentine, I pint; add cautioutly two
ounces of oil of vitriol, stirring the mix
ture constantly; then add eight ounces lin
seed oil, to be rubbed in with a brush
twice a day
If your double team did not work to suit
you to-day,one orQwding to the pole while
the other would pull his head to one side,
see that the reins are right, and in hooking
them to your wagon to morrow put the
off horse on the near side.
THE obvious use of the roots of trees
and plants is to attach these to the soil
and hold them sefely, and although the
largest portion of the roots tire fine fibers.
of themselves individually very weak and
brittle; yet in the aggregate they are of
such strength and tenacity as to resiAt the
efforts of a small man to pull up a very
small plant. The root (it a narrow-leaved
dock, for instance,or of a plant of commien
crab grass (Panicun 8anguinale), Is so
firmly attached to the soit that either will
sustain a weight of 50 or 100 pounds before
it can be drawn out,unless the stem breaks
off. The strength of the roots of a large
tree may be realized when the force of a
storia pressing upon the large area of the
top is estimated, together %ith the addi
tional power e fforded by the large leverage
of the stem, in all amounting to several
tons. But while this mechanical puipose
is so well attained by the spreading and
interlacing mass of roots, yet these fuifil a
far more essential purpose in the feeding
of the plant, and tuis lunction is so com
plicated and varied in Its action and effects
as to become a most interesting study to
the cultivator of the Eoil who watches the
growth of his crops.
A LATE number of the Gardener's
Chronitcl contains a detailed accvunt of
sonue experiments which have been made
in grafting potatoes for producing graft
hybrids. but with a single exception with
out any succesS. Sonme years ago this
model Cf attempting to produce crosses
was thought to promise great results; but
it appears to be now giveu as of little val
ue. Placing the face of two unlike sci
one together may proiuce a union between
them in precisely the same way that the
graft and stock in common grafting adhere
together; and as the stock sometimes ef
fects an influence on the grait, so that the
two grafts may produce some change.
Whet are termcd accidental "sports"-of
ten caused by some external injury--have
given more distinct new sorts tihan grafting
has ever accoimplished. it'iising new
plants from aced is a miuch easier and more
prolific mode of obtaining new varieties,
and 'when in addition to this moace artin.
cial crossing is resor ted to the results have
been extensive and of a decided character.
THE Gardenr:6'8 Aontht.y gives in sub
stance the loslowing good p)ractical direc
tions for pru)ni:g ornamental shrubs on the
api:roach of spring: Indiscriminate cut
ting back will not answer the desired pur
nose. Distinction must be made between
slow and vigorous groweir, and between
thnse. which bear flowers on old wood ati
those which flower on new growth. Such
as grow too strong to flower well should
be lightly prunta.andl in the same individ
ual the weaktst sLaoots should be cut in
more sevet ely than the stronger ones. Li
lacs and the Philadelphus bear flowers on
the wood of last 3 ear, andl to prune them
much now destro3s the llowering,while the
altheas and others which flower on the
ycung wood cannot be too severely cut in.
THIE Bronze Is the largest of the turkey
family, many of them weighing so far in
excess of nur ordinary turkey as to bear no
comparison inii ugai d to value of carcass
or pitfit to those who keep theim. AR one
gobbler is suflin nL for ahnost ary runmbet
of hens desir ed,tihe cost ol in p)roving wvithi
the laige BioLze 1s not gieat 'onsidering
Its ovntgs. F'airs of' these turkeyb
reach fihty Lounds aLd ever at times, and
tihe cirs let atn it and the common tur
key makes a superior market lowi. it is
not out of piace to claim that every person
who zaises tuike3s n:akes a nuistake un
less a iDror.ze has been tried with the hiens.
'I his brecd sLoula niot be confound~ed with
the ordinary smal-ized B3ionze turkey ot
TiMEz was when the bean crop of Western
New York rargedt fronm twenty to thirty
bushels per acre; but several farmers in
this town say it will not be over elght or
nine bushels tis Year. One field of thirty
acres, very carefully fitted and cultivated,
gave only between thiri.en andi fourteen
bushels per acre. Aniother, near the high
way, which was thought as Promising as
any, only tturn(d tsn bushels per acre.
Several hundied acies were destroyedt by
hail in the towns of Caledoima, york and
other towns In the northwest; many fields
were inJjui( d by using too much seed,
caused by the weevil scare about planting
iPAaTUR1INO sheep or liege in orchards is
an excellent prac.ace, less Ior the value of
the pasture than for the benefit to the fruit
by destroying wormy specimucni. 'rThe
animals should be led liberally daily, but,
not1 late: at night or early in the morning,
so as to encourago them to make early
forays for fallen Iruit.
EvENYt 0one interested in potatoes should
try on a small scale new varieties till they
find something adapted to their cultivation
etc., ando by beim, a little carefuli, can dou
ble their yield on any of the old kinds with
but hittle additional expense. Mloney spet
for good seed is well invested, and will be
very certain to pay a large dividend.
ExPEnmiMENTs by careful breeders give
some valuable facts for estimating the cost
of producing pork. it is conceded that I
bushel of corn should produce ten pounds
of poik, but Everything depends on the
management. VW ih good weather,a good
breed, eoundi corn and regular feeding this
average may to reached, butt not otherwise.
SALTPiETEni dissolvedl at the rate of one
and a half to tv o ounces to a-gahion of
water, andl app'ied with a sp)rinler, will
completely banish the Euw-pean cabbage
worm. it has proved not only a sure cure
for this nuIaance, but a special fertilizer
in stimulating an ncreased grow Ih of
A ymnrsThAs Prum PUDDIMU.-To be
wholesome, a plum pudding must be
well combined, well mixed, well cooked,
served up hot, and eaten before the ap
petite is flagging. A good plum pud- 1
ding Is not indigestible, but nourishing, I
strengthening, and above all, comfort.
Ing; it puts people in good temper and
makes them feel happy. Do not make
it too rich, too heavy, nor too sweet,
nor too large, but be moderate in every
thing, forgetling nothing, and mixing
it with your own han'ds. Only that
plum pudding Is lucky that is stirred I
by each member of the household.
Take one pound of best raisins, well
stoned; one pound of currants, half a
pound of Sultanas, half a pound of fine. I
ly-chopped candied peel, one pound of
best moist sugar, the rind of one lemon,
grated; mix spice according to judge
ment; one ounce of powdered sweet 4
almonds, grated nutmeg and ground I
cinnamon, a pinch of salt and a pinch I
of ground pepper. Prepare best white I
stale bread crumbs and rub it even, to
your judgement In quantity; then add
three tablespoons of fine-sifted flour.
Chop as fino as possible three quarters
of a pound of best beef suet; add to
bread and flour; also two good pinches
of baking powder; mix well. Add gro
ceries and mix well. Pour tivo table
spoons of best golden syrup over this
Beat up the yolks of six eggs well;
the whites of three with white sugar,
mix them with the pudding materials.
Stir for ten minutes, till all is amalgama
ted. Add two glasses of sherry, if
desired, mix aufficient to bring to a good
moisture, but not sloppy. Butter a
mould well; pour in pudding and place
in steamer or saucepan, so that the wa.
ter reaches only half the height, and by
no means immerso it, cover the pudding
with clean paper and let steam for six
hours at least. For sauce, take piece
of best butter and melt; mix with half
a spoon of best fine flour, mix well.
Add sugar and vanilla flavoring and as
much milk or cream as desired. Mix
well in stirring until it is perfectly
SCOTcH BROTU,-In addition to Len
ten fast-keepers there are numbers of
people who 'take to" vegetable diet at
this time of the year, bcoause it agrees
wiih thm. Here is a receipt for a nour
ishing soup: Eight ounces barley, four
ounces haricot beans, four ounces dried
green peas, two large carrots, one largo
turnip, one largo leek (or four ounces
of omlons), one ounce salt butter; salt
to taste. The peas are soaked in water
for twenty four'bours, then at 9' o'clock
are put in the water with cold water,
the barley, beans and onions-other
vegetables are added successively as
they are prepared, thus retaining the
flavor of all, and insuring thorough
cooking. At five minutes to one o'
clock the butter is added to the thor
oughly blended ingredients, and the
soup, served with toasted bread, formi
an abundant and satisfying meal. The
tiavor being in the vegetables aAid not
in the meat, none but the imtiated can
tell the difference, from tha soup made
with six pounds to eight pounds of beef.
FRENC RIcE PUDDING.-Pick and
wash in twvo or three waters a couple of
handfuls of rice, and put it to cook in
rather less than a quart of milk, sweet
ened to taste, and with the addition of
the thin rind of one lemon, cut in one
piece, and a small stick of cinnamon.
Let the rice sinamer gently until it has
absorbed all the milk. Tiurn it out in
to a basin, and when cold, remove the
lemon-rind and cinnamon. Then stir
into it the yolks of four eggs and one
whole egg beaten up; add a small quain
tity of candied citron cut into snaall
pieces andi mix it wvell in. Butter and
bread crumb a plain tin mould, put the
mixture into it, and bake mn a quick
oven for about half an hour. To aiscer
tain when the puddiing is done, insert
a bright t.rusising-noedio into it; it will
como out clean when the pudding is
UncCoLATB MAOAROONS --Delicious
chocolate mnacaroons are made by melt
ing slowly, and with care, three ounces
of plain chocolate. A good way is to
melt, it in a tin tush and set it within
another containing hot water. Make a
thick p>aste by stirring in gradually one
pound1( of p)owder<d sugar and the wvel -
beaten whitLs of throcu-eggs. then spread
or roll it. as smooth as posible to a sheet
about a quarter of an inch thick. Out
it mn small, round, and fano) -ihapeci
pieces; butter your cookey tina and
acatt--r a hot1e flour and sugar over tlio
bottoin (use eqaul quantities of each),
and lay the iacaroona on. Bake in a
lwt oveu, but avoid having it hot enough
to scorch tiuem.
&rawZD S'wJEETBnEADS. -Trim some
sweetbreads and coak them in warm
water till quite white, blatnch in boiling
wvater, anu then p)ut, them in cold for a
short time, When cold diy them and
put them in some well-f1avored white
stock. Stew for half an hour. Beat
up the yolks of two or three eggs with
sonme cream, a little finely-mine parsley
and grated nutmeg, pepp>er and salt to
taste. And this to the sauce, put it on
the flre to get quite hot, dish the sweet
breads, pour the sauce over, and serve.
THEt SaAwL -The shawl is pre-emin
ently it I. minine article of apparel, but
is sometimes appropriated by the other
sex. The Syrian gentleman Wears it as
a girdle, often of costly material and
beautiful tints. The ofroot is then very
fine. The shawl holds an honored place
in the wardrobe of the queen and wraps
its faded tatters around the beggar in
the street., in one country it is worn
as5 a coat, in another as a blanket, in a
third at. a cloak, in a fourth as a vail
falling gracelully from the head over
the shoultiers, and in a fifth reposing
con the shoulders haugs in undulating
folds, giving an indefinable air of gan
tiity to the lady who knows how to
CRANDEIuIr SAUCE. -Pick over and
wash the cianberi ie~s and put in preserv
ing kettle with halt a pint of water to
one quart of berries; now p)ut the eu
gar,-grauated sugar is the best--on
top of the berries. Set on the tire and
stir about half an hour. Stir often to
provent burning. They ill not need
straining, and will preserve their rich
color cooked in this way. Never cook
cranberries boeo pulttinig ini the sugar.
Less suigar may be used if you do not
wish them very rich,
CHEsnina PonKx Pir.-Cut two or
three pounds lean fresh p)ork into strips;
line a buttered -tiish with puff paste;
put in a layer of perk seasoned with
pepper, salt and nutmeg or mace; next
a layer of juicy ap)ples, sliced and coy
ered with 1.bout an ounce of white au
gar; then imore pork, anu so on; stick
bits of butter orer the top, cover with
paste, brush over with a beaten egg,
and bake an hour and a half. This is a I
famous dish in the county from which
it takes Its name.
Tur Avere a pair from the country,
?erhaps on a "bridle tower." Ao they
valk9ed up Fifth avenue the young man
>olnted out this and that residence al
>elonging to Mr. So-and-so, although
t was the first time he was ever on the
"Those people must be awful rich,"
Ighed the girl at last.
"Yaas, rather comfortable off."
"What do you suppose they work at?"
"Oh, they are are all apeculators."
"Why don't you speculato ?" rho tim
"'Cause we haven't any opportunities
n our town," he promptly answered.
'Here in New York there is a fortune
oller on every corner, and a woman who
Lreams about stocks and wheat and oats
n the middle of the block; and its no
vonder these fellers heap up the mon
'y. I could do the same thing if we
kad some one in our town who was born
inder the dog-star and nursed en the
A granger whose name Is Bob Shield,
Was mowing the grass In nis field,
By a snake he was bitten,
And he has just written,
"13t. Jacob's Oil has the bito healed."
A lame Chinaman on the Pacido,
O pains and aches was prolific;
Ile limped all around,
Until he had found .
St. Jacob's 011, the great specific.
HEARD in a hotel office:
"Is there a fire company within a
)look of this liotel ?"
"And a hook and ladder company
"And fire escapes on all sides of the
"And extingushers at every door ?"
"And ropo ladders in every apart
"Well, if you can give me a room on
the first floor, with a window opening
into a back alley, I will stay all night."
*"'"A coward can be a hero at a dis
tance; presence of danger tests presence of
mind." Presence of diecase tests the value
of a curative. Kidney-Wort challenges
this test always and everywhere, so far as
all complaints of the bowels, liver and kid
noys are concerned. It cures all, nor asks
A"Explicit directions for every use are
given with the Diamond Dyes. For dye
Ing Atosses, Grasses, Eggs, Ivory, IIair,
A hard head: My planter friend hero
tells of an incident in his gin house,
ffhere a.negre, hurrying with a sac k of
.otton on his shoulder, struck a beam
with his head. The blow was like the
itroke of a sledgo hammer and the
,uilding trembled. "That must have
iurt your head, Jim," said my friend,
Atyingly. ''No, sal," was the reply;
'didn't hurt my head a bit, but sprained
ny neck dreffly."
A World of (joint.
One of the most popular medicines now
before the American public, is Iiop Bit
iers. You see it everywhere. People
take it with good effect. It builds them
up. it is not as pleasant to the taste as
somie other Bitters, as it is not a whiskey
drink, it is more like the old-fashioned
bone-set tea, that has cdone a world of
good. if you don't feel just right, try
ilop Bitters. -Nunda News.
LoIo at hard pan; "No." said the
~ransient person. "I cannot labor, al
~hough I should like to work. It is my
iuty to remain idle. You know, sir, if
you are a student of nature, that a man
iia not be a brain-worker and do much
bodily labor. Therefore, to keep iny
body in first-rate condition, I forbear
ill mental excitation and I do no labor
ious work, that my brain may be kept
ilear and normal."
. Vons8umnpton Cured.
An old physician, retired from practice,
baying had placed mn hiu hands by an
East India :miissionary the formula of a
sunple vegetable remedy for the speedy
rind permanent cure of Consumption,
Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all throat
rind Lung Affections, also a positive and
radical cure for Nervous Debility and all
Nervous Complaint., after having tested
Its wonderltul curative powers in thousands,
of cases, has felt It his duty make it
kDown to his suffering fellows. Actuated
by this mnoive and .i desire to relieve hu
man suffering, I will send free of charge,
to all who desire it, this receipe, in Gcr
sian, French or Einglsh, with full direc
tions for ,preparing and using. Bent by
mail by addressing with stam'p, naming
thms pap)er, W. A. Noyes, 149 Power'.
Block, Rochester. N. Y.
A PHYSICIAN on presenting his bill to
bea executor of the will of a- deccased
patient, asked. "Do you wish to have
ny bill sworn ?" ."No, "replied the ex
3eator, "the death of the deceased iR
mfleient evidence that you attended
Mensiiuan's [Peptonized beef tonic, the
only preparation of beef containing its en
tire nutritious properties. It contains
blood-making, force generatimg and life
mastaining propertIes; invaluable for indi
gestion, dyspepaia, nervous prostration,and
ili forms of general debihity; also, im al-l
infeebled conditions, whether the result of
ixhaustion, nervous prostrauon, overwork
or acute direase, particularly if resulting
! om pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hazard & ()o., proprietors, New York.
Sold by all druggista,
FansT masher: "Well, did you make
lie acquaintance of that strange girl you
rere raving over?" Second ditto: "Yes,
ollowied her home." First M.: "o
lid she strike you ?" becond ditto: "She
lidn't at all; she got her big brother
o do it."
*Many ladies who had scarcely enjoyed
he luxury of feeling well for years have
>con so renovatedl by using Lydia Pink
lam's Vegetable compound that they have
.rimphled over thu ills flesh is said to be
ieir to, aind life has been crowned with
he added charm of a fresher beauty.
Don't insist: When a lady who has
>een tarking miusio.lessons for th4 p)ast
ighit years hangs back and blushes and
ay.s she really can't play, don't insist
mn it. The chances are that she can't.
For Thick Ileadu,
leavy stomiachs, bilious conditions--Wella' Miay
LPi,Ie Pisi--ati-bitous, cathartic. ie and 250.
AtL about the muff: A mull is dlescrib
id as a thing that holds a girl's hand
and doesn't squeeze it This dufinition
s almost correct.
,jilsT Coui BALSlAM IN TnR WORL.D." Try it.
'rice bec. F'. W. KINSMAN & Co., Augusta,M(aine.
PA,"'sakl a bo looking W0froabS
grammar lesson, "why am I a preacher?"
"Why are you a preacher?"
"You ae not a preacher."
"Yes, I am, for don't you see I'm a
"I don't know what you mean."
"Why, don't you see? A preacher is
a parson, and I'1.ha pasin'. It's a Pul.''
"Jane," "aid the father, turning to
his wife, "hand me that stick of stove
wood. I can pardon his lying and can
excuse his stealing, but now the time
for killing him has arrived."
A cold in the head is one of the best
things that can happen to a lady with a
lace handkerchief, and Dr. Bull's . ough
Byrup Is decidedly the beat remedy to
cure that cold.
PrANTATION philosophy: "Remem
ber, young man " said Uncle Mose,
"dat de beat frien' yer's got on die
earth is a better frien' ter himself den
he in ter you."
Emory's Little Cathartic Pill-best made
for Liver Complaint and Bilousn1as.
Tastel9sh, harmless, infallible. 150.
=FoaoE ot habit: A muoh abused edi
tor Vrote to a brother journalist calling
him an ass, and thoughtlessly signed
himself, "Yours, fraternally."
That; Husband of AIne
Is three times the man ne was before he began
using Wells' H[ealth Renewer. $1. Druggists.
INV.8RsION: Dr.- is a Ph. D.,
and there are folks who call him a D.
THE BARKS, ROOTS & HERBS
FROM WHICH VEGETINE IS MADE,
IN POWDER FORM
50 Cents a Package.
Prostrated from Weakness.
fr. Steens DBALTIMOR, Md., June 6 18T.
JI An:Dear .Sh~-I can testify to to good
effects of your inedtoine. For several years I was
amicted with a severe cou h and weakness, and
was perfectly rustrated, bumt after taking, three
bottles of Your RO h-TR, made from kq Pow.
der, I was entirely relieved.
rL STRIEET, 51 Gilmore St.
One Package in Powder Form
flow to lieduce Your Doctors' Mill.
86 BRVMeN STICST,
RAsT DoSToN, Mass., Sept. 80, 1879.
n'. 1?. I. Steen*: Dear Sw-My little daughter
Stella has been afMicted a long time with secrtuaq,
suffering everything. I employed different phy.
sicians in E,st Boston, but they helped her none.
I bought some of your Powder Form vegetine
and my wife iteelied it and gave it to the child ac.
cordin to t directions, %d we were suprised
gained in flesh and strength. She is now gaining
every (lay, ait I can cheerfully recommeind your
renied to be the best we have ever tried.
10espetfully yours, J. T. WEBB,
Vegetne in Powder Form is sold by all drug.
gists and general stores. It you cannot buy it of
them, enclose fifty cents In postago stamps for one
package, or one dollar for two packages, and I
Will send it by return mail.
H. R. BTEVENS Bostah, Mass,
Vegetino is Sold by All Druggists.
Dr.5, Slsbee's trnal Pile Remedy
Gives instant relief and Is an infalible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
ew York City. solet'anusce rre o *"A,wJ..t.
libe Bad and Worthless
are never %'mitted or otater:feted. This is
especially true of a family medicine, and it Is
positive proof that the remedy Imitased is of the
highest value. As soon as it had been tested
and proved by the whole world that Hop Bitters
was the purest, best and most valuable family
medieine on earth, many imitations sprung up
and began to steal the notiees in which the press
and the people of the country had expressed the
merits of H. B., and in every way, trying to In
duce sufrering invalids td use thouf 'stIff instead,
expectIng to make money on the credit and good
name of I. B. -Many others stataed nostrus
put up in similar style to' H. B., with variously
devised names in which the word "flop," or
" Hops" were used la a way to lituee people
to believe they.-were the same as Hlop Bitters.
All such pretended remedies or cures, no matter
what their style or namne is, and especoaay those
with tlia word "Hop''or "Hops" in theIr name
or in any way connected with themi or their name,
are imitations or counterfeIts. Beware of therm.
Touch none of thema. Use nothing buit genuine
Hlop Bitters, with a bunch or cluster of green
Hops on the white label. Trust nothing else.
Druggists anti dealers are warned againsit dealing
in imitatIons or counterreits.
US A SURE CURE
for all diseases of the Kidneys and
--e5 LIVER -an
Ithsspecific action on this most Important
ora,enabling it to throw off torpidityan
inaction, stimulating the healthy seoretion of
the Bile, and by keoping the bowels in free
condition, efiboting its regular disebarge.
M alaria. Iforo",u-ib".' frms"
sebilious, dypeic,oeo*nstiZu e Kidy.
In the Sprin tooloansthe systom, every
one should take athrougshourse of it.
il- BO.D BY OR UOOISTB. Price I.
lA if ditto: Sandy was a oouhit
gardener and like many other country
lads, he had a sweetheart. One night
Sandy told, her that he "likit" her
"awfu' weel." S04e simply responded
"ditto," Sandy was not very sure
what that meant but he thought he
would ask his father; so the next day,
while at work he said : "Father, can
you teil me what 'ditto' Is ?" "Ou, ay,
Sandy ?" replied his father. "Dae ye
see that cabbage ?" "Yes." "And dae
ye see that ither ane, that it's jist the
same ?" "Yes." "Weol, that's ditto."
"Gracious guidness I" exclaimed Sandy.
"Did she ca' me a cabbage ?"
Da. R. V. laos, Buffalo, N.Y.: Dear Sir
l have advised many ladies to try your "Fa
vorite Proseprtion" and never i ea it fail to
do more than y advortise,
Yours trul, . ains, A. Ud. RANKIN,
141 Bates Street, Indionapolis, land.
A BE in a rosebud: Arthur Orayon
"Miss Rosebud, I have brought a lit
tle pioture which I painted especially
for you. It has proved a very pleasant
task during the month that I have
worked on it." Pinky Rosebud-"Oh,
thanks; Mr. Crayon, you are very kind,
but 1 am atraid that I must return the
frame, as mothor never allows me to
accept presents of any value from gen
Young. middle aged, or old men, sufferln'i
from netvous dobility and kindred 'weak
nesses. should send two stamps for large
treatieo, giving successful treatment. World a
DIsp0nsary Medical A gociatio, Buffalo, N.Y.
A iASuONAury attired young lady
asked her doctor, the other day, if he
did not think that the great weight of
the large hats and bonnets now in style
had a tendency to cause disease of the
brain. "Not at all, my dear Miss; la
dies who have brains don't wear those
If you are billoup, take Dr. Pierco's * Pleas
aut Pturg4tive 'aliotp," the original "Little
Livt r Pille.' Of all druggia,te.
SHAM1PER than the razor's edge:
"Where is the ure of slandering the
poor barbers ?" remarked Fenderson.
"They are no more talkative than other
men. I had a hair-cut and shave to-day
and the barber did not utter a word
from first to last." "Which goes to
show," remarked Fogg. "that even a
barber may have some regard for his
*o"Facts speak plainer than words."
Proof:-"'The D,ctor told me to take a
blue pill, but I didn't, for I had already
been poisoned twice by mercury. The
druggist told me to try Kidnoy-Wort, and
I did. It was just the thing for my bil
iousness and constipation, and now I am
as well as ever. "-A. P. Sanford, Sold
in both dry and liquid form.
AW'in the Diamond Dyes more color
Ing is given for 10 cta. than in any 15 or
25 cent dyes, and they give faster and
more brilliant colors.
AFTRit New Year's: Good chum (to
Hardman, '85, who has come in a little
h2arious): "Why, George, I thought
you had turned over a new leaf I"
George; "Yes, sho [hic], sho have; but
I'm just turnin' back t' look at th' [hic]
SoiiPlo, N. Y., Dee. 1, 1879.
lam the Pastor of the liaptist Church
here, and an educated physician. 1 amn
not in practice, but am my sole famuily
physician, and advise in many chronic
cases. Over a year ago I recommended
your Hop Bitters to my imvahid wife, who
has been under medical ti-eatmeat of Alba
ny's b, at physicians several years. She
has become thoroughly cured of her vari
ous compllicated diseases by their use. We
both recommend them to our friends, many
of whom have also been cured of their va
rious ailments .by them. REV. E. R1.
F?ir ry of Q. E. D.: Mamma (who
has been vainly struggling to hell) Tonm
my with Euclid)-"What rubbish it is,
to be aure I All this bother to prove
that-A BOis equal to O BD I As if
anybody in their sense would over say
A Quslek Riecoveray.
It gives usn great pleasure to state that the merchant
who was reported as be ig at the poinit of death from
an attack of Pneumonia, has entirely recovered by the
use of Dr. wnm. Itall's Halsam fur ihe Lungs. Natur
ally ha feels grateful for the benenfts derived from
using this remedy, for the lungs andi throat ; and in
giving publicity to this statement we are actuated by
motives of public benefaction, triuating that others
may be benenited in a similar manner.
Durno's Catarrh Snuff cures Catarrh and all affec.
tils of the mucous membrane.
Edey's carbolic Troches cure colds and iprevent
"PRnn" Visitor: "Oh. lio I here
you are!i Found you out ! What a snug
little den I" Recluse (chuckling): "Yes,
here I am, with my pictuies and my
books; and here 1 can sit and read nall
day long and nobody a bit the wiser I"
No poisonotus dIrugs cuter luito the com
position of Carboline, a deodorized extract
of petroleum, the natural hair restorer and
dressing as now Improved and perfected.
[t ie the perfection of the chemist's art, and
will, beyond a peradventure, restore the
hair on baldheads.
SonNE lf a ebemTit,y recitation: Pro
fessor-Mr,--, please give the men
atomic list. Mr.- Mercury, Cadmi
um, Zinc and-and-, (faint whisper
from a fellow-student, "Barriumi").
VEGEtTINM piisk the blood, renovates
and invigorates the whole system. Its me
dical properties are Alterativo, Tonic, Sol
vent and Diuretic.
From the depoitfiscovered in 1872 on
tne Appomattox River, at Be(rmulda, Va ,
there are now taken 1U00 tons annually,
or about a third of thle fine ochires used( is
the United Stains.
You would use St. P'atrick's Salve if .you
knew the good 'twould do you.
The peraistence of the magnetic prop)er
ty observed in ceitain trees is attributed by
M.1 Laroque to the transportation by light~
uing of small partIcles of iron held in asus
pension with other. matter, which makes
up what Is known as the dust of the air.
Ladies and children's boots and shoes
cannot run over if Lyon's Patent Heel
Stiffeners are used.
ChAemocaJll. regarded, mica ia nade of
silica, albumina and p)otalsh. Silica is onic
of the hardest substances In nature,known
is its purest andt most beautifual fogm as
Dr. Klne's Great Nerve itestorer is t,he
marvel of the age for all nerve diseases. All
fts atope free. Send to 931 Arch Street,
The London Practitt orrrecords a
case of severe hysteria, with contiactions
of the lower extremities, wich gave way
to treatment with bread pills p)rescrlbed
under the name of pitte mica pannis
"Wells'Heoalth Rlenewer"rostores health and vigor
enresap epann Imone, euala Debim,t, $1
THE GREAT GERM40
-IWves and ,rdar
Soreness, Cuts, Bruises,
And all other bodily ahes
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold hydi I Druggtto&an
Dalers. irectin in 11
The CherlesA..Vogeier Co.
(Sucso,rs to A. VoEL.ER CO.)
.altImore, Md.. U. S. A.
A NOTED BUT UNTITKBD WOMAN.
[From the Boston Glo.&]
Tho above is a good likeness of Mrs. Lydia E. Pink.
ham, of Lynn, Mass., who aboveall other human beings
may bo truthfully alled the "Dear Friend of Woman,"
as some of her correspondents love to call her. She
is zealously devoted to her work, which is the outcome
of a lifo-study, and is obliged to keep six lady
assistants, to help her answer the large correspoudence
which daily pours in upon her, each bearing its i1pecial
burden of sufrering, or joy at release from it. iIer
Vegetable Compound is a medicine for good and not
evil purposes. I have personally investigated it and
am satisliod of the truth 9f this.
On acchunt of its proven merits. it Is recommended
and ptesoribod by thebest physicians in thb country.
Ono says: "It works like a charm and saves much
pain. It will cure entirely the worst form of falling
of the uterus, Luoorrhca, irregular and painful
Menstruation, all Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and
Ulceration, Floodings, all Displacements and the con.
sequent spinal weakness, and is especially adapted to
the Change of lito."
It permeates every portion of the system, and gives
new life and vigor. It removes faintness, fiatuleAcy,
destroys alt craving for stimulants, and relieves weak.
ness of the stomach. It cures Bloating, IIeadaches,
Nervous Prostration, General Debility, Sleeplessness,
Depression and Indigestion. That feeling of bearing
down, causing pain, weight and backache, is always
permanently cured by its use. It will atall times, and
und,ir all cIrcumstances, act in harmony with the law
that governs the fetuale tystemi.
It costs only $L per bottle or six for P., and is sold by
druggists, Any advice reqiuired as to special cases, and
the names of many who have been restored to perfect
health by the use of the Vegetable Compound, can be
obtained by addressing Mrs. P., with stamp for reply,
at her. home in Lynn, Mass.
For Kidney Complaint of either sex this compoundlo
unsurpassed as ahundant testimonials show.
"Mrs. Pinkhamn'a Liver PLis," says one writer, "are
the best in the rorl4 for the cure of Constipation,
Bilouness and Torpidity of the liver. Hor Blood
Purifer works ronders in its special line and bids fair
to equal the Compound in Its popularity.
All must respect her as an Angel of Morey whose solo
ambition is to do good to others.
Philadelhrt. 0 Pa- Mm. A. M. D.
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF as
* CONS"T"IPATION Ti
No other disease Is so prevalent In this coun. A
1" try as Constipation, and no remedy has oe
* equalled the celobrated Kldnoy-Wort a a
2 cure. Whatever the cause, howover obstinate 0i
$the ease, this remedy will overcome it. -a.
PILSTIS distressing oom o
y eomplicatd wit ospato . Kidn ey- t *E
., strengthens the Weakened prsand quickly
si cures allkinds of Plcs Ovon ohn phsc
pand medicines have beforeoIhtlod.
42- SWIf you have either or thcse troubles
PRIhE Si.. UNSI Druggiote Seil
Invalids who are recovering vital stamina, declare
in grateful terms their a preciation of tl,e merita
as a tonic, of Hostetter's8tomacti Bitters. Not
only dloes it impart strength to the weak but it
also corrects an irregular acid state of the stomach
malkes the bowels act at proper Intervals, givej
ease to those who suffer tram rheumatic and kid
ney troubles, and conquers as well as prOeet
F?or sale by all Druggists and Doalers generally..
THE PUREST AND BEST 9
Retnudy ever Madeo.-It is Cos soundedt
frenm lops, MIaIt, Bischu, Man.
dirake, and Dasadet Iosa,
The olden~t best, most renowned and valuable.
mnedicinle in the World, and in addition It contains
all the best. antd most effective cuirative properties
of all other remedies, being thle greatest lIver
regulator, blood purifier, and life anti health re
storinig agent on earth.
It gives now life and vigor to the aged anti infirm.
To clergymlen, lawyers, literary men, ladies, andi
ail whom sedentary emp)loyments cause lrregu
larities of thu Blood, 8tomach, Bowels, or Kidnecyd,
or who require an apapetizer, tonlo, and mlild stimu
lant, it Is inuvaluable, being highiy curative, tonic
andi stimtulating, without being intoxicating.
-No matter what your feelihlgs or symptoms are,
or what the disease or ailment is, use 1hop Bitters.
Don't wait until youl are sick, but it you only fcol
h~ad or miserable use the bitters at once. It may
save your life. Hundreds have been savedt. by so
doing, at a moderate cost. Ask your druggst, or
)hlysician,. Do not suf[er yourself or let your
frIends suffer, but usa and urge them to use IIop
It you have lamenlehs in the loins, with frequent
pains and aches; numbness of the thigh; scanty,
painful and frequent discharge of urine, illiedt
with pits, and which will turn red by standing; a
voracious appetite anti unquenchable thirst; harsh
andi dry skin; clammy tongue, often darkly furred;
swollen and inflamed gums ; dropsical swelling Of
the limbs ; frequent attacks of hideough ; inabihity
to void thie urine, and great fatigue in attempltinug
It-you are suffering from some torm of Kidnley
or Urinary Complaint, suchel Ilsmoirr's DisuAss
of the kineys, stone or mihllammtionl of ther blad
tder, gravel and renal calculi , diabetes, stranguary
strIcture and retention of tile urine, and Hlop Bit.
ters is the only remedy that will permanently cure
Remuember, Hiop Bitters is no vile, drugged,
drunken nostrum, but the purest and best medi
cine ever made, anti no person or family should
be Without it.
D)on't risk any of the highly lauded stuff with
testimonials of great cures, but ask your neighbor,
druggist, pastor or physicians what Hlop Bitter.
bana anti can tin a enou vasnd est It,
ASSia of Benet fe*ajoy eoyesq,
DR. T. VLIX GOURtAUD'8
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