Newspaper Page Text
Leather whio preva edover the puntry
fioently 'was warked, with varloub det9
of severity in tiUeost'localitiostrem aero
to thirtyor forty below. Is very rare hiV
stances we have known a portion of the
pesch crop to escape destruction when the
thermometer had gone to seventoen dog.
below sero, but more commonly all have
been killed at twelve below. When, there
fore, the theimometer went to twelve be
low at Union Springs, . Y., we began to
cast about to see what, other fruits could
be made to take the place ot peaches the
coming season,and were agreeably surpris
ed since to find, on examining one or two
hundred buds, that not more than one-sev
enth had been fatally injured, the remain
ing large portion being J resh and entirely
unharmed. There was very little differ
ence in the sorts examined, and no prefer.
ence could be discovered in the buds on
large, stout shoots, or on small and slender
ones, or on exposed or sheltered sides of
the shoots. The only exception was In the
case of the Early Crawford; which had
about one-third of the buds killed; but this
may have been owing to peculiar aspect,
the tree standing on the west side of the
building. . A reason of the unusual escape
of the buds was doubtless the continuous
cold weather which has prevailed since the
close of autumn, and which has prevented
the buds from swelling and becoming more
susceptible to injury. We never saw them
less swollen at this time of the year; in
some years they have bqeu found twice as
large, and when this has been the case, a
cold of eight or ten degrees below zero has
killed learly all. Should several warm
days still occur, followed by as severe a
temperature as we have already had, we
should probably lose the entire crop.These
remarks apply to a single lacality only,and
only a few miles distant varying results qre
often observed. The danger still contn
ues for some weeis, but atter the 1st of
March we h.tve never known the crop to
be destroyed, except in a smgle instance.
about the 6Lh of that month.
IF you take the dividing wall or aeplum
of a bull's nose between the thumi) ant
forefinger, you d that the upper part.
well forward, is thin. hard, and apparently
loollcs& or nearly so; at least there is
little rodbi for blood vessels and nerves.
This Is the point to pierce, and many bulls
will stand still and submit to the treat
inent with a proper Instrument and the In
sertion ot the ring without making much
trouble; but It is safest to bind the head
of the anunal by the horns to a strong ho
rizontal beam, for then you can work with
greater care and less nervouness, Pinch
ing the spot benumbs it, so that the opera
tion is as painless as it Is simple. The
"trocar" is very convenient for ringing
rn animal. -
A coUaRSPoNDENT says he has been cx
periienting with sorghum as fodder for
farm stoca, and finds one acre of it equal
to an acro) of corn. Ilis cattle cat it readli
ly, consuinng stalk and all, and it makes
them as sleek and fat as corn-fed stock.
lie plants In hills, about double the quan.
tity- lie would Use if lie were cultivating
for sirup, and when tho seed is ripe cute,
shocks and cures, same as corn fodder. 11
cut before frost,he says it will retain Its
sweetness all wi.t
PR)OFH aso 1. 1i.- AinNui.D Says the i)oinlts
in favor of dairymng atr .Ftirst, a dtairy
farmt costa 10 per~ cent. less to operate than
grain-growing or mixed agriculturei second
t-he annual returns average a little miore
thuan other branches; tird, 1p1Ices are near
er uniform and more reliable; fourth, dat
rying exhansts the soil less; fifth it is niore
secure against changes in the season, since
t,he dhairymnani dloes not suiller so much [romt
wet, and froat and varying seasonsa, und lie
cain, if p)rudent, prA@de against droughi.
Suoimi.n a fowl become crop-bound. work
the crop~ well with the hiand, and endeavor
to force away the obstruction in the pas
sage way to the gizAard. Should this fail
draw thie skini to one side and cut the crop
sufilciently to relieve it of the contents.
Bew up the woundl with silk and the fowl
will not be seriously damaged. After the
cutting be,sure that the obstruction in the
passage is remiovedh as well itsthe colateiits.
Aa A close-bodlied, liesvy compact fowl,
wIth rose comb and yellow legs, the Amer.
lcan 5ebright has no superior. Thi fowl
is nearly as large as the Plymouthi Rock,
and( the heins areo good layers and sitters.
They should not be confounded with thc
dimiinuitive Sebright bantam. There is a
great contrast between the cocks and liens,
the former being quite plahii in appearance,
*while the latter are beautifully laced and
AT tho meeting of the W~estern Iowa
IlortIcult,ural Bociet,y at Corning, Ia their
practical dhiscusion oni small fruits, ut, was
said that the strawberry is the most discri
minating of all fruit planits of continon cul
ture in reCgardl to comosititiont amd texture
of soil, it must be moderately rIch anid
dleep)ly pulverized, and fed fromt year to
year with fertilizers.
A D)AinYMAN says: in the case of an un
usually large and wel:-developed heifer
there us no objection to having her fIrst
calf before she is two years old, but wheno
undersized or at all weakly it is safer to let
her reach the age of 2i or 8 years. It
thrifty heifers comeu in at ain early age and
are properily attended to they usually miake
better imilsers than when they comec In
Tlan farmer who pays a laborer from t.40
to $50 per month, and puts him to work
with a span of horses worth $100, makes a
very serious mIstake. F?arim hantds in
order to earn theIr money must have good
teams andt good imp)lemenits to work with.
Even ordlinary hands olten do very good
work when they have extra good facihatick
for executing it, and it pa~ys to provide
AuMiciuoAN Wond~er is a seedlmiig poa,the
result, of a cross between the Champion of
Eugland and f.ittle Gem. 1t is one cf the
earliest wrinkled peas in cultivation, o1
the finest quality and wonderfully produce
tive. Its great, dIstinctive feature, how.
ever, is Its compact and dlwarf growth,sel
dloim exceedling ten Inches in height.
-IN transplantIng trees all the roots which
may have become bruised or broken mi the
- process of liftIng should be cut clean away
behind the broken part, as they then mnor:
readily strike out now roots from the cut
parts. In all such cases the cut should be
a clean sloping one,and made In an up)ward
and( outward direction.
(nut-rs.-Every farmer should grow
plenty o1 small and orchard fruits. When
perfectly ripe they are healthful, and wIll
keep the system in good order, but half
jpe Iruilt is to be shunned, A nice row
of blackberries, raspberries, currants, and
the hike arounud the garden-fence afforde
-TnE greatest vahue of ensilage is In its
tendncy to uoi c the proditct of na
nero, sued thsus Increase fertility. Ensilage
Ia1x,nt the only fain pipduct that as not
sold 'it the' fatli,
I' Tida I,'udings, Wilt Vi the
lothtbe, pr eblean, Dig in. hot
water and dred&get well with Rour. Ifi
a bid puq3ding,tde it loose;'If 16 batter
pudding, tie it ,nearlY, 0loe; apple and
gooseberry -puddmg, eto., should be
tied quite close. ,When -you make a
batter puddW , firot mix the -flour well1
with milk, anlotir In the 9ther ingredi.
onto by degreew; you will then have it
smoogh without lumps. -The best way,
however, for a plain batter pudding, to
to strai. It through a oasrso hair sieve,
that it may have neither lumps nor the
treadIngs.,qf the eggs, and for other
puddings strain the eggs when theY are
beaten up. 'Be sure the water boils
when you put your pudding In, and
that it keeps boiling ank the time, and
that you keep it always oovered with
water; you should also move it about
two or three times at first, or it may
stick to the pot; dip the pudding into
0old water immediately you take it out,
which prevents it stJoking. If you bol
your pudding in a dish or basin,. butter
theiidie before putting the pudding
in; the same should be done to the dish
for baked pudding or pie.
The quality of pie orust depends
much on the baking. If the oven be
too hot, the paste, besides being burned,
will fall; if too slack, it will be soddoned,
and consequently heavy,
Paste should be made on a oold,
smooth, oubstance, ouch as marble,
with a light, ooi hand. It should be
mado quickly, much handling makes it
heavy. Great nicot.y to required In wet
ting the paste; too hittle moisture ren
ders It dr-y and crumbly, while too much
makes it tough and heavy, and in either
case the pasto cannot be easily worked.
Practice alone oan produce perfection
In this art.
Beforo commencing to make paste for
pies or puddings, it is necessary to
place near at handi everything likely to
be wanted, to ispect all the utenbils,
to prepare all the ingredients, and
though last not least, to wash the nalls
and hands perfectly clean, for the hands
are best tools to mnake pasto with.
.Always use good sweet butter, dri))
pmng, or lard for pudding crust. Some
persons entertain the mistaken notion
that butter which cannot be eaten on
broad, will do very woll for paste; on
the contrary, the baking or boiling of
ranoid fat increases the bad flavor. It
is a good plan to Wash the butter in
clean spring water boforo using -it.
Mako two or threu holos with a fork in
the cover of your pies, that the ateam
A boy with a top tried to spin it.
-But his hand go& a thorn right In It,
The sport didn't spoil,
For St. Jacob's Oil,
Ciured his hutrt mn less than a iminit.
& red-haired clerk in Savannuah,
blipped on a piece of banana,
Great pain ie endurtd,
.1u1t Ht. Jacob's Oil eured,
1e now goes dancing with oilnah.
AN old-fashioned "plunm eake"l iH
Made Of Ono Poulnd ienh of butter,au
gar,dang l, tetnerly cone; ppund o
raisis, hlf a oundeach ourrante
barudingve, onerof maco, o ofwnut
megth uic anid gtranthed ptel ofnarom
smootwahosums. T he bee ni t iay
toostraind Irtmy thrn ad ae garV,
Beatigs th hegs and or otherg
sparatiny; stir the yegs whn wth are
auau (hain urte waer boails
When thyour ut aout, puddin worke ind
that In kealf bolna theu time soads
thatvyo ineap litlway ss o poss ible
sticksto thenpt adi the pudd oith igns,
cald ateidatly tefuthc you taelt ot,
rwhih reesit sftheingour, Baku bon
aylarg puding wih a dbuttere baprin, bte
thes anslonte befroutigthem pudwilg
neo bak pslowly for piev.ors hn
The qutatyp tof lie ru thepnns
muc os thretl baki. IfThe hoven be
mado hothe pas befoe bing bsuned,
wilal;"fToblack o t willme odwhnce
arnd cosequntrac heby popn
integn acinshou ad of prons
saoth sbstancroe wuth as cmble,io
bweh ar tetr coolueando. Th should b
made quickhe amuc hie ausling makes to
thrngf the po;ston ltt moitue rlged
dIthm. and rnmwbgy,h whle tyotmc
maks"t ohe Dand Dzys foanun eite
cased taste annbetifly worets.
aalticalon canmisrowork auerto
Imal thit rucbt.aeueadbo
piko Thudis, ifth ith cnaryat
handpr,pare usefl th inanyets hous
thoughlate n let tobwashned, alse
ald as erfectly cleoan,y the hanr
pumbng, lad fore dingvcust.oee
weron entetanthe miisae notion
tha btate which n e eatlo
brod kepnilk, vey~elln& foro to
Thereostary ang dur peronilig
but~ i ineaes theubd flavor kIne
ifaooduly, whoc wis the osteroliend
claneris causer a ieore. using it.
nok wo or tneedt hoes wny fork kidny
thorrinary our is hat 3te stame
wiA boy ithl aterie to possiblt. T
hut is enoh thorn it hn iled
wthe sortdibeef srpo, wiei ae
ned aus hurti whessanid sarately.
Thed-linhe wateri haana bab
cooka ainbage sigltiubr lngwaer
LNatura.petolsum,ldered o t oo
anowsgesabnindo withou distinatio
ad te adof on ac of lkale, su-ha
gar, arb our,neni eggs, fo.' ponof m
prdand fsierfcton, i a teaauooful o
preparti, anitd peeal ofat is
cl; aied fo a lhairu ofstoew r. on
oloug heat te utter ntile it is
a.coverd prany tn add thenan isugatre
mlan therwes ndtlo the eggfls os
seurelystiapraen the br ihea'
relly (taingf.t mixed onte rean
When te dfpped in abgg, hried wrown in,
solved inas littmlewtera tispsil
to DPuse, T ou dh makie a gof t eakggs
erg,and yfhri, eih is ell cov-e
ere with tew rles of a pourk, Bake a
mgae or aal deoi is esred.
DA 0$I :l*tJoc Tht follow
hid Aitrou fqtthe ft (Ot over
0aw" R 'Q 1a ak" t Gener
ai. 6e us soe idea of its size?" I
"1 don't know-that I 0a0,,but I tell you 4
what's a fact. UHa foOt was-so big that t
--vel, you have heard the old< tory of q
the fellow who, used the forks of the'
road for'a bootjaok Yes; well, Nick h
tried It, and split the road so far that a
the geography of the neighborhood was t
*?"Figdres are not qlways tacts," but
the incontrovertible facts concerning
Kidney-Wort are better than most figures..
For instance: "It Je curlag everybody" Y
writes a druggist. "Kidpgey-Wort is the y
most popular medicine we sell." It should il
be by right, for no other medicine has C
such speillic action on the liver, bowele
and kidneys. Da not fall to try it.
XW 'he most brilliant shades possible, r
on all fabrics are made by the Damond A
Dyes. Unequalled for brilliancy and da.
rability, 10 cents. '
A FEw montis ago a party. ot gentle- as
mon wore converaing in the State House,
and one said to another the Senator from 0
Essex, "I suppose sir, You have an easy
time at home in the 'inter ?" "No," 6
said the Essex man, "I have lots of o
irawin' to do." 'Dmawing? Wlit are
you, a surveyor?" "No, no; drawin',
salt hay from the mit'sh I"
A Volo froin the Press.
I take this opportunity to bear testino- a
n.y to the t 111capy of your 'Hop Bitters, '
Expecting to find them nauseous and bitter
and composed of bad whiskey, we were
agreeably surprised at their Luild taste,
just like a cup of tea. A Mrs. Oresswell andI
a Mrs. Connor, friends,bave likewise tried,
and pronounce them the beat medicine 0
they have ever taken for building up
strength and toning up the systent. I was P
troubled with costiveness, headache and b
want of appetite. My ailments are now
all gone. I have a yearly contract with a t
doctor to look after the health of myself
and family, but 1 need him not now.
July 20, 1878. B. GILLIL&ND.
People's Advocate, Pittsbura, Penna.
SnooxNo: Miss Wreckless to old c
Scruple, who is looking at a plaque of d
her paining-' Now that's mamma;
such a bother as she was; we have no
oven and had to have her fired out of b
the house." And Scruple, who is not 11
versed in the teolicalities of ch:na 0
painting, gocs off in doubt whetlier it is a
worse to be unfilial or to talk slang. b
Don't. DIO in the House. p
"itough on ials." Clears out rats,mice,r-aches, ti
HIGH art indispensable: Lady-"JBut,
professor, how came you to offend Mrs.
Smith?" Professor-"Ah. I vill tell you.
Madame Smit she come to me and she
say I do vaint my daughter to sing so a
high as Mees Brown, and she fly in one a
rage and say as dore is nosing low inl A
her fa-mily, von I say Moos Smit she
haf a Low Voice!"
1 . e
..:~ .. .H
* *'.* I'
InvalIds who are recovering vital stamina, udeclare
in gratefuli terms theIr appreciatlon or 11.0 mitiOtit
as a tongle, of l loatet ter's 5ioma~cl il ters. Not
onily 1lo(5 It iimr)utt si renglh to the weak hutt it LJ
also co,rret au anirregular ahd st ate of lihe slommach, C
tuakes tihe biowels ma.ctat propeCr hilervais, gives
ease to those whio suffer fromi riieuimatle anmd kid
amey troultes, andi conquera as well as parevents
fever anil agule,.
lVor sale by all Dlruggista and Dealers generally.
If ynn are alck 110op RItters will surely aid Na
ture In making you well when al1 cIse falls.
If you are costivye or dyspeptic, or are sufering
from anly othier of theo numerous dIseases of the C
stonmachi or howels, it is your own fauilt if you re
mami il, for Ilopa Iitersasic a sovereign remedy
In all such compilaints.
If you are wasting away ith any fornm of Ki
ney dlisease, 811toemp)ting I)eath this moment, .o
and turn for a curo to Hop BItters. .f
If you are sick with that torribie sIckness Nevy
onsness, you will find a "Balm in (lloadi" ini the
usMe of 110p BItters.
If you are a frequenter, or a resIdent of a mIs-.
lnatioedistrictI, barrleade your sstem tlgainist, thimO
fcourgo of all coiuntrles--malarlal ephl omte, b,il.
Iouas, and intermittent fevers-by hIe use of Ilop
If you have rouh simply, or sallow skin, bad
breath paius atd aefes, and1 feel nuiserable gene..
rally 1101 Bitters will giye you faIr skin, rich
blood and sweet est breat It, health, andl comifort.
In ?htort thm cure a.I Diseases of the stoacah,*
Bowels, Blloot Liver, Ner'ves, Kineys, BrIght'aI
Disease, w50 il be paId for a case they will not
curo or help.
Tihat poor, bedridden IuvalId wIfe aIster
mnother or daiughter, can 'be made theo pIcture of
health,y a few bottles of 1101p lImtters, costing'
but a Ite. Will you let thiem suffer ?
HASBEEN PROVED A
* The SUREST O por
Doesa lame baek or disrderodurineindi
oatoethat!ou are a viotim P' TREN DO NOT!
EiT Esuso Kidney-Wort at onoo, (drug.
J Ladles. YO'*maepecu,iar
as it will act prmptly and safliy.
Either sex. Iconttneoo,raetono ofurino,
briek dust oro'ydeoieand dul dragging
pa ins,alli y*l4ts curativo power.~
43 sess. t nAr . AlUGISB ete n .
b r Davi
s ,. The latter had
lle ' 0to.Mk for Informa.
Snattote -hat the very
lueotion i0pult - to a mnn of Mr..
)avis'; * i hlys
im 1 .bra Un elf in his
hae, tdsked his Interlocutor
d step to dow and look down.
[e did o
"How fat 'to the bottom?"
"Well, said Judge ]avio, sternly,
'do you kn obat I ought to do with
on? I ought t take you, sir, and drop
ou out at a window, sir, for .y9ur
npudenUe in asktnk such a -question.
kood day, sir4"
Oonsumptian-ii iit o-rly stages i-rradily
ured by the use- of D.. Pierce's I Gold n
lodical Dhoovekly."though if tile lunge are
raett dno medit ie will effect acure. No know
emedv possesses such doothin and beal.
1g influence over' all acrofulons, tub(-roulous,
nd pulmoiary afreotions as the "Discovery."
ol n Willis, of Eh%ria, Ohio, writea: "rhe
Iolden Medical Discovery' does positively
ure ounsumptlou, as,\after trying every other
iediclne in .vaill, this succeeded." ir. X.
. 11he)ps, 'Ofthbort, Ga., writes: "Tho
iolden Kedi . IA0ovI r bas cuted my wife
f bronchitis inlprt consumplion."
old by druggists.-,
A MAN will be, pardon If his dog an
oyo you in the atreet, bat the lady who
)ads a dog sold feels called upon to
pologize. 11joaks at the Injured
arty just as i e very fact tltt she
ossesses a Iltl speechless darling of
brute, elevate her Into a realm which
quite superior to social obligations.
"How fond she is of her spaniel,"
tid I to a man who proved to be a
"And why shouldn't she bo ?" he rc
lied; "there is nothing so binding
utwoon two friends as an equality of
ktellect, combined with a difference of.
)mperament and physique."
Dr. P;erco'e ''Favorile Prescription" is a
o -t powerful restorative tonic, aiso combin
ig the most valuablo nervina properties, es
ecially a'lspied to the wants- of debilitated
tdies suff, r,ng from weak baok,inward fever,
ongestion, inflammation, or ulceiation, or
rom nervousness or neuralglo pains. By
AMONG the many amazing things told
y Prof. Langley about the sun is that
a bed of coal of the size of the State
t Pennsylvania, and ten feet thick, was
iddenly shoveled into the sun, it would
b used up in keeping up the present
aergy of thesun for just one-hundredth
art of a second. Another of his illus
ations of the sun's energy is his esti.
iate that. the rain tall on Manhattan
land, loaded as ice, would fill a train
itending from Jersey City to San Fran
Dyipopsla liver comp.aint. and kindred
Irectons. For tretise giving tnccessful
-If-treatment addreto World's D1ispensary
redical Association. Buffalo, N. Y.
TomEINs as a juryman: "The idea of
uttang John on the jury I" exclaimed
Ire. Tompkins, when she heard that
or husband had been drawn. "They
kight as well order a new trial right off.
'hey won't get John to agree to a ver
let. He is the most obstinatest man I
ver saw. I never knew him to agree
!ith lis own wire in anything, and 't
n't at all likely lhe's going to agree
rith people lhe doesn't care anything
bout. A pretty juryman he is I"
On TIrty Days' Trial.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
nil send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Eliectro
roltaic Belts and Electric Appliances on
rial for thirty days to men (young or old)
rho are alflicted with nervous debIlity,
>st vitality and kindred troubles, guaran
Being speedy and complete restoration of
caith and mianly vlgor.-Address as
bove.-N. B.-No risk is incurred, as
liirty days' r.raal is allowed.
A KNOoK-DOWN argument: Airs. Percy
lalavoine Tubbs-Tom has awfully bad
uck-poor fellowv I Mr. P. Bi. T.-What
aubbish I Bad luck means bad manago
tont. A man of sense keeps his wits
bout him and his eyes open, Is prepar
ii for bad luck and sees it coming. If
e hasn't intelligence enough to get out
I its way lie deserves--[Mr. P. B., T.
Shit by a snowball and knooked into
le midldle of next week.]
Men, below >anr, from age or mental exceRAC,
nI niId that A llen's Braini 1ood restorcs former
tality and vigor; St--At drugata and at Allen's
harmdcly, 315 itrst ave., N. Y. It never fails.
AN item from Boston: "Whosho 'Ice
3d Sonatoir, Jim ?" said one of two
cory individuals as they came to the
lit face with a lurch in front of the
ournal bulletin last -Wednesday.
'Don't know which feller's 'lected,"
id the mnterrogated, blinking at the
ulietin board: "but nescihsary for
hoice got the most votes."
"IRST COUtH IIAAM IN THR woau,D." Try it,
rice 100. I". W. KEsMiAN & Co., Angusta,Maine.
A MAN may smile like an angel wvhen
0 suIddenaly gets an icc-ball on the
eck; but lie wvill become as furious as
wild Indian when he dons his over -
oat in the morning and fInds that ils
rife has forgotten to saw onl the vital
ultton, as requesledl the ovening before,
lDr. Kline's Gre4t 'Nerve ixestorer Is the marvel
te ae<r l np1rvoh tlmes All det phstopfat
Qurra too close: "Jane,-' said a fath
r, "I thought you hated stingy people,
ndl yet your young man-" "Why, pa,
rho said ho sa1<1 he was stingy ?" '.Oh,
eobody," replied pa; "only I could see
to) was a little close as I passed through
Ladles and chllidllcn's boots and shoes
annot run over if Lyon's Patent lieel
~tifeners are used.
Too much of a good thing: Lightning
ecently struck a telegraph pole and ran
long Into the office at Coatesville, Ind.,
rheni thes operator seated at the instru
mientexcitedly telegraphed back: "Don't
end so fast ?".
Have you soon the (Jhrolithion collars
ntd caffs? Something new. Ask for them.
REAv with a remedy: Some men are
ver ready to offer a remedy for every
hing. The other day we remarked, to
no of these animated apothecary sheopa:
'An idea strt3ck. us yesterday"-and be
are we could finishi he advised us: "Rub
hie affected parts with arnica I"
Oatar;rh of the Bladder.
StingI Comrltatlon, inflammation, all Kiney and
riary aragltasgcured by "Duchu-palba.'' st.
SoMETRxING newIn pocket-books: Time
leotrie incandescent pocket-book ts the
ttest. It is ai*ays light,
ho convenience ofsoeidIng goods by mail or ox
p ress Is *ell assured by
LitWANDO'8 FR k.'0CH DYK HoUSE
Ti TrLu PLAcs, naams t' 8. A.
us 5aOtb6r b lute,
yoly 1 OO) 09. - The
'Odtthat-i " thi "Deathl
But, deaest, suicide iA a orinie uAder
the new code." "I know it is, but I
have thought. of a plan to got round
that. First you must kill me-" "Kill
you, My darling I" "And then I will kill
How the hearts of a crowd swell and
throb with pitiless hatred against the mian
who coughs during the performance at a
theatre, when they know he 1i too stingy
to invest twenty-lve cents in a bottle of
Dr. BIl's Cough Syrub.
E L PERKINS walked into a grocery
the other day and asked for. a dozen
eggs. "Haven.'t got any," said the
merchant. they're very, scarce about
now." "Well," said Eli, "when all
other resorts fail I know how J can get
them, but they mightn't be very fresh."
"And that is?" queried the merchant.
"By undertaking to lecture in a towi
where I've been before I' quoth Eli,
For dyspepsia, inaigestion, aepression
of spirits and general debility, iu their ra-'
rious forms; also as a previntive ainst
fever and ague and other interni ttent
fevers, the "Ftrro-Phosphorated Elixir of
Calisaya,' made by Caswell, Ha7Ard & Co.
New York, -sold by al~ Drugglats, is the
best tonic; and for pationts recovering
from fever or other sickness, it haa no
Wl e recently "prospecting" a reef at
Uraidia, Sovth Australia, a black metal
was discovert 1 which p roved to be stream
tin, yielding a considerable proportion of
puro tin. It is reported that large patches
of land in -the Innmedt te vicinity are
richly impregnated with th.e metal, hut ntp
to the present time no lode has been dis
The Doetor's In1dorberent.
Dr. W D. Wright, Cincinnati, 0., sends the sub
joined professional lndoreoment: "I havo preoscribed
Dr. Wu. Hall's Balsaim for the Lung In a great num
ber of caseo andalwayswith,uccesa. Onecaso in par
ticular wamgivon up by several physician- whohad been
calod in for consultation with hiyself. The patient
had all the symptoms of confirmed Consumiption-cold
night sweats, hectic fever, harrassing cough, eto. He
cominenced immediately to get better and was soon
restero I to lite usual health. I have also found Dr. Wni.
Hall's Dalsam for the Lungs t.o inost valuable expec
torant for breaking up distressing coughs and colds
that I have ever used." Durno's (atarrh snuf curis
Ustarrh and all affoctions of the mucous nembrano.
The L.y torpedo was lately subjoted to
a severe test by its inventor in the Bospho.
rue. It was dischargei over a course a
mile long at a target only 00 feet in length.
in going to the mark the torpedo had to
pass through three distinct currents and a
very lumpy sea, but the trial proved very
Malaria, chills, positively cured by
Emory's Standard Cure Pills. Their
equol unknown, sugar-coated ; no grip
Puset oil Is always obtained (luring th!
ilsat-iufon of ethyl alcohol, but, says M.
M:aerkcr, the extent to which it occurs is
dependent on tile crude material cemyloy
ed, on the treatmnent of that material, andl
on the yeast.
"Routgh on Corns."
Ask for 'Wells' "Rough on Corns." 150. Quick,
comtplete, pernmanent cure. Cor ns,warls, bunions.
CU ft ES
Rheumatism, rNeuralgiia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Batckacho, Headacite, Toothache,
-oreTsam, t d ' i at nista lit se
sNiD AI,S. OTHIERiI,1 lO 6'.i5i AND ACI'FES.
Bldaoj Druigg,I nia tilc r.erery wl.re I-lity cents a bottle.
TH E CREAT CURE S
~As it Is for all the piu diseases of the '
E EIDNEYB,LIVE ftAND BOWELS8 c
It leanses the satom f the acrid poison
e otily the victims of Riheumatismn can realise. #
5o, the T,o,stf,rs of thi terrible disease
Shavo been quickly relieved, and in short time *
C R , $.LIQiID Oi DRtT 80Lli lT DiaUalaTs.
i r osn ra host a < , al ap cElnts. It
th Yeitsiliicd wi, orliable to,lany disiao
lift. d. H. So NC & SON, Philadelphia.
"THE 51ST iS CHEAPEST."
aIdorcs oers lra&'af.. Cloveri aid.lOers
use thousani of eroed ti ort in and of len
you erJiha E.AB1TiAw an tnsedisease',to
Ito . A $1.0UM1le Pearl Mt., New port
ITS STqPPED F~REE
NERyE R ESTg E R
Disnsas, Oxz.i suas cs ena Na i Arnc
as dir t s S '1L tr.eto.INFA1i I i f thes
expres address of all' e DR.KLN.931 Arc
Is uaig ad 8.infa
- 1a deblity ,Seroft l.
anl l iervos a a.
dienteary empley mem
-th led et ah
b NEVERFAIIS ~ bow'*sa pkimeyn rv
S IOAL ( k% PoeIronrletora. St.' nanneh. Aa
ave tried w
to Imitate a.
edy and gj
not be de. 1
see that B
the word u
with plo. 0
tureof an li
Ion Saf0, 01
on ablack d
letters Is i
that It Is
* on the Ia.
n bel and -
.H. H. WARNER CO.
SWrIM1 reinedy in all allsollite "Peciflc
fo te (11sakses 40i wlnen sfor tie neivono
t"oule1 ( of y0tt- Htbit for tlie debility
which precedes oldnige. AsAstttlut)cs show
that alt disease arise fron the kidneys or
liver, we can gua'antee frieuto fron di,
ease by reas'n of tile Power whie our
0afe Kidney and Liver ure posseSses over
Ese Ds F , s r WAbr- d
WILBOR'S COMPOUND OF
PURE COD LIVERI
OIL AND LIME.
Wilbor*x C~odLvor Oil amid Mimae.-The
great >oulEarit of iiuft an i.acoolin eae.- C
elioof Couh Coldsta b nlrtucia,Whooning
ug )tnt. It has no supriora U l I~t nfo on
* Enic Si "A*nj-nintso ho"chst
Lnsor hrot tiufaetut < nll by A. 1,WIr.
att te(. ECONOMY PRlINTIN4G Co., Newbury
A"E MA RK TWA I
Aric hm an the rice t raciest veo n f oilth
5 North Seven UG Phidlhl,P .
SI Udn$g; 12 sampesaor Deo. lot, Mass
Blest lan tihe wor'ld. t3et tlhe gentuisse.
al( (I ark ed F'raer's. 50LD
5jgrw^ i"88. warratdo spo for 16Ens
G1. R. ALLEN, Kennedy, N. Y.
DAKOTA WHEAT LANDS.
N8.00 acrsn o f .ic seetions on the line of the
cls saptobYE AA.eero in.
A~M. .Lthe region of the I EART,
wit IMMIDIATE DEAHor
Beart Disease in ally formn,
ER RE~AD'S H1RART CURE
is a euro remedy.
/ Price One Dollar por bott10.
.___ ___ M*ARTINREAD&C.
for this style of PlIIJeADRILPHIA p
SIOIE Eqmalkn to any iner i
send t tobe etamitnedgfp tI
styl other compane etai for
ye. Send or Illntred Cr.
eulaa and Teustioulala. Addres
CH A Ri.l A. WOOD ? g,
171. Testh S., PhjMelppig, j_ g
INieclATION STAINED GLASS
mALAINT IKERALM f ea46 ( )ta'nP ll
scibr 6"ou'r"5%*20tode" no "nges inor
boe rmage notes sky damn fohre,
URE CURE-A utr eat. te a det
Lois a note~abso. thete li uae. re out.ed
pie e I.o td td e ihsp M oo .I b we s
eflet,sehsh~os,,ef i.n OtO Iftrntt PJ
Keyton huseItetiug a. Hrshy P
10atIof Ioly Vy '80.0 of 1i#1
TUE GUAT BLOOD PURIL
Iure blood makes sound fle'b, strong bone and
6lear skin. tjo1 would have your flesh Airms
ur bones soun without caries, and your com
ladway's Sarsaparill ian
A remedy oomposqd of Ingredients of extraor
bary modioal properti essentIal purify
)a Ar and invigorate he brdkendown 'ant
aenPu UA T, SAIP and PnBRA
III and our.."'.
No matter by what name the complaint may be
inated,whether Itbe scrofulN consumption,
'Th Ila, alooesoreR,tumiors,bola erysplao,or'
uI rhoum, d a808 of the 111ng9, ildnOy, blad
r, womb, k ve tomac or bow , either
Pronto orcoast tutions' the virus Iulanthe Bloott
blob supplies the wasta and builds and repairm
e0 organs and wasted tissues of the eyslt.
the blood so unhealthy, the process of repair
uist be Unsound. pi
he Sarsaparillan Resolvent
Dt Only I$ A compensating remedy, but secures
o harmonious action of eagh of the or anus. It
tablishes throughout the entire system funetion.
harmony and supplies the blood ves
Is with a pure and healthy current of
'w life. Tan SKIN, after a few days' use
t he 84aroapartIllan, becomes clear and
lautiful. Pimples, blotches, black spots and
In eruptions are removed; sorei and ulcers soon
'red. Persons suffering from scrofula, eruptive
seases of the.eyes, mouth ears, lege, throat and
ands, that have adoumulad and spread, either
om uncured diseases or mercury, or from the
Is of corrosive sublimate may rely upon a cure
the Sarsaparallian Is coni.nued a sullolent time
make italmpresslon on the system.
One bQttle contains more of the active prinol.
eB of Medicines than any other Preparation.
Iken in teaspoonful doses, while others require
re or aiz times as much.
One Dollar a Bottle.
ladway's Ready Relief,
he Cheapent and Best Medicine for
Family Use in the World.
In from one to twenty minutes never falls to
lieve Pain with one thorough applicition:
)matter how violent or excruciating tie pain,
e Itheumatio, Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crippled,
ervous Neural go or rostrated with disease
ay sur, A WAY'i READY IELIEF. will
TFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER,
IFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS,
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS, s
)RE THROAT, DIFFIOULT BREAT1l [NO,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
YSTERIOS, OROUP, DIPHTHEltIA, -
DLD CHILLS, AGUE CHIL LS,
. CHILBLAINS AND FitOST BITlES
RUISES, LUJMBAO. 8C!ATICA,
NEIltVOUBNESS, SLEEP'LESSN ESS
3UGHS, COLDS, SPRAINS,
PAINS IN TH E CHIEST', BACK
or LIMBS are instantly relieved.
N ITS VABIOUS FORiMS.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for 50 ets. There is
>t a remedial agent in iis world that wilIl cure'
iver and Agne, and other Malariousa, lilliou
maret, 'I hold Yellow and oither fevers (aided
E tDfY ETEFILLS)so quickly as lCAD\ A Vis
It will in a few moments, when taken internally)
cording to the dIrections cure Cramijs, Hpasm,
mr Stomach, Heartburn, hick Hleadachae 1pep
alwsho d a a carry a o
opa pnwtr ilrevent sickness or pmainis from -
ats a tlsbetter than French lirandy
ilner an Luubermnen should always
'erfeot, Purgative, Soothing, A peri
ents, Act without Paun, Always
Reliable and Natural
VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR~
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
11,purge, regulate, purify, cleanse and streng
R AnwAy's PIL.IA for the cure of all disorders of
me Stomach, Liver Bowels Kidneys Bladder,
emale ComplaInts, ervoustseases, I,oss of Au
mtIle, Headache Constipation, Costiyeness, indl
n of iho Bowels, ils a1nd amFodernemetso
me Internal Viscera. Purely vegetatble, contain
g no mercury, minerals, or deleterious drugs.
li berete followinug symptoms resulting
em Diseases of the Digestive Organs ; Consttipa
Um, Inward Pies, Full ness of Blloodi in tIhe
end, Aeldity' of the Stomach, Naica Hleartburn,
,sgusat of lmood, Fullneas or Weigh ini tihe tlo.-*
achm, Sour Eructationis Sinking or Fluttering at
,e Heart. Choking or uffiierlng Sensations when
a lymig posture, Dimness ofVision, Dots or
'c'4s before the Sight, Fever and dull Pain in the
ead, Deficiency of Perspration, Yellowness of
.0 Skin and Eyes Pain in the Bide, Cheat
mb,and Budden li'lushmes of Heat, Bu'rning uli
A few doses of RADwav's PIt.LS will free the .
istenm from all the above-named disorders.
B01/) BY DRUGGISTS.
Price, 211 Cstats iPer Box..
READ "FALSE AND TRUE."
Send a Letter stamp to R ADWAY A CO., No. 89 s.
i mren, cr. Church 8I,, Neff York.
>70 formation worili thoiisan'ls will be sent,
To lime Fablie,
Be.sure and ask for IIADwAY'S, and see that the
am. "ItADwAY" is on whatt you buy.
66a"w*e*in'*ourow" town. ierms and $
rUlanoutfit froe. Address Ii. HIA LIWT' A CO,
Ofilee in Now York
for the Cure of
ijr.A~ lrgeele~ 5Am.JralbfMaNc,
*r.!4rsaf a uew pnfi Curedi b lgim. lIe
rtiad Maine.fo e t r I N
those auWeng an Ativertee t
msfu'a iyo uon ;he Advertis1adtm _