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FARM AND FIRESIDE.
Rye Tor Creen Sanare.
MM. J. KOM I Kit.
The experiment which 1 tried lust tall
iu sowing rye lo be plowed under this
spring is a decided success. The rye
already covi rs tho ?.round in a dense
mat mid by the middle of May will give
several tons of green manure to be
timed under. Much ol this will be
water; but for the crop I intcud to plant
(potatoes) a goo*, supply of moisture i?
?jjmit? as important as fertility. I more
alan half believe that one reason why
potatoes are a better crop on rich soil
than on poor is because the rich soil
retains moisture better in summer
droughts. A he/ivy growth of rye
turned under in May will decompose
rapidly, furnishing both heat and mois?
ture to the growing crop. Even as
early as this. 1 can see that the rye is
helping the land. Its net-work of
roots draws moisture from the soil which
is thrown off by the leaves, antl also
gives coniiderablc drainage. I can
walk over a mass of rye in early Iprtng,
while bare ground plowed in the fail is
too spongy ami wet to bear my weight.
I have no doubt it will pay to sow rye
on com or potato stubble in the fall.
when it is intended to plow early aud
sow oats or barley. Por this purpose ii
should be sown very early so as to ge*
as good a growth as possible in the fall.
At the best, then cannot be much to
pi ?a* under in April; but the increased
dry ness of the soil, enabling earlier
plowing, is very important. The green
niauure under tho funow will also have
a ?light effect in keeping the soil from
becoming too compact. In other wird?.
;t v. ill make the soil warmer and dryer
?a early ipring and tvoieter in the hot
d.-y weather of July and August.
live It an excellent crop to low in
orchard? to be plowed under a? green
inauure. Voting orchards should be
keiit exclusively in hoed crops; but the
?eriout difficnlty is in finding manure to
keep the ?oil in condition. Six or ten
aviis kept iu hoed crops every year will
re all the manure u?ually made on
ahundrcd-in'tc farm. Either the or?
chard mu?t !?? neglected or profitable
cultivation of the rest of the farm be
loncd. Clover will uot help us out
here, for gcoi! a? clover is everywhere
else, it is death to young trees. The
plant maker its growth during
the summer ami its roots strike down.
robblog the trees ofneceoaarj moisture.
What M needed for orchards is a crop
whose roots do uot penetrate deeply and
which makes its growth in fall or early
spring while the trees are at rest. Rye
answers these requirements exactly.?
Besides, with rye as green manure the
ground is plowed at seasons when in?
juries lo the roots by plowing are most
easily repaired. When clover is plowed
under in mi.dsummer, tearing the roots
of the trees often gives tlieni a shock
which detail more injury than the decay?
ing clover tau do good.
On other ground than orchard, clover
w. 11 and should be the main crop tor
plowing under. But on tvery fore.
tiit re a ill iilwa>s be some corn oi
potato stubble which would n mam bare
during the winter, and on such fields
rye should always be sown. It is al?
ways injurious to laud to b?- left naked
at any season, and during the winter a
growth of rye is about ?the only practi?
cal mode (if procting it.
Ciller t? a .? t-dlcinr.
A physician who takes charge of the
hygienic cWportnent ol the Rural Neu
Yorktr. toits "That cider ias wrought
tome remarkable curt?, is sum
Ol theKOtl positive proof Its hourly.
or even daily use as the most common
drink is uot what I here refer to, but its
use in certain cases of debility, de?
rangement of the liver, and chronic
diarrhoea, has, iu many ca?e?, had a
moit marked effect. .Especially in the
long lingering debility that follows in?
termittent aud remittanl fevers, has it
been used with decided success. * *
The writer was witness to the cure of ?a
case of the uiost obstinate diarrhiea,
effected in one day b> a pint of hard
cider administered in two doses, while
another sudden and violent attack in
another person, was cured the same
day by a small do?c of bscarboootcol
soda. Two other cases of remarkable
cures from cider I will relate. Mrs. II..
as reported to me by herself, had a
lingeriug cough with lo?.s o! appetite.
and a general decline, and was luppotod
by herself and friendo to be rapidly ap.
proaching her end, with consumption.
On a visit to her father, she saw hint
come from the cellar with n pitcher ol
cider, aud asked for a drink, which had
SO good effect thatshc continued its us?
for a few weeks, in which time she full)
recovered. This and the following
were donbtlets cases of affections ol lite
1 ver. toase lo year? lince, in my
walk Irom my residence to my place of
business. I met S. M. whom I knew to
have lately returned from the army.?
His countenance showed a bad con?
dition of the liver, his gait showed great
debility, and I looked fowoxd to the day
when I should meet him no more. In
answer to my inquires, he Mid be had
treated by several physician? without
benefit. 1 advised nim to try some har
cider, but to be cautious, lor I Ihoogbi
he was far gone. Meeting him a few
days aller, and asking him ot the ell. ci
of his new medicine, he replied. 'Flrat*
rate! I (iran?* a full gin?* of what ???.
brought me wltti a keen relit i, weul l?i
bed und sle.it soundly all night, a thin..
I have not drne bet?re lor nioiitn.?.'
He tin h told me that his case was one
ofihroiiic diairhaa. contracted m th
army. 1 had the satisfaction ol tot in?.
him tat and hearty in a low weeks, and
of hearing that his physician said to
him, 'It wat the cider that cured you
I had done all I could for you.'
PoTAiut-*. ? On, uno one-hall pun ol
mashed ?mtatue*; yelk), ot lour tgfjt ; u
small piece ol butter; one -fourth pint oi
milk; season with salt, pepvr and stir in
the well-beattn whites ol the four
the last thing. Bake iu the oven until
What all Crop? Require.
lively kiiul ol crop or plant
grown in perfection, if we apply i
land potash, phosphoric acid aud
?eu, the laud and air always sn
wli.it else is needed. Stable dui
lains nu Other fertilizing const'u
much importance. Every fort
contains enough of the above
constituents to bear one good i
more in most cases ; but it?
taken oil' tbe lantl lesseus tbe
till at last we come it? iron?'??
what lias taken place at tbe Sun
millions of acres, which were ?.
I with cotton or tobacco for man;
without applying any manure.
tanner baa learned that laud n
led, somewhat OH tbe same pi
i bat he lewd? his cow?, but only
Vt a> ; and in sonn.' case?, once in
\ ears is enough, or just before i
?low n t" grass. I hear >oino on
?lion- shall we bed our laud
stal!.' hiiiu. ' ?m with coiumercli
libzt is as a lasl resort, A write
'Each crop must have its own p
food, ano iu proper proportion,
\\ In n a man talks that way.
getting into tbe subject beyoi
ability to advise ?armera prol
because, as I understand him,
coming to tbe theory that all a I
bas to ilo t?? raise good crops, u t
to his land 'Doctor' (vender ol
liners,) "1 want lertilizera for sucl
tuchcrop?;1 and tue 'doctor' pro
for each, according to tbe tables
ing how much potash, phosphom
aud nitrogen each crop draws t'rt
soil. This theory is being revi*
i this country, alter a long repose; I
is not reliable. In some cases it
work well; but generally the
grown on tiis principle have not
Nitist'actory to anybody but the
doctors, because it is not possibl
! anybody to know the relative pi
: ?uns of potash, phosphoric acM an
trogen, that is in tbe soil before
fertiliser is applied. Analysis ci
give solutions of such question-'.
1 are reliable, as every field, and pe
'every square rod iu a field bave did
i degrees ol fertility.
Pet the Older Oni??.
It sometime? occurs to us that tl?
! bies get more than their sbareot pel
12?otthat anybody can help it.
' little dimpled thirngs, with their s
1 ways and their helpless dependence
? the charm of some new revelation e
i day, invite our caresses, and our w
! store of cumplimentan: "adjective*.
' ling and treasures, aud commou ;
! of nouns ot endearment and appr
j lion, conje easily to our lips wheo
i talk to the little ones.
How often we drop these pretty fi
Of speech as they grow older. 1
1 leave tbe cunning age behind, and:
j u.tte into the awkward one. Girl?
'.ike pass through a period v
I they are shy, st nsative, morbid,
self-conscious, v< t. perhaps wi
? conceited, and opinionat? d. With \
matchless confidence sixteen and t
teen adopt and parade notions on
jects which bave puxzled prophets
: tagen ! Tlien their folhi ra and root
too oil eu feel impatient and disapp
They do not remember that thi? qi
: husk Will fall away, and from it I mi
a Bower by-and-by.
So gradually and insensibly do mi
eis bise the habit ol caressing their ?
er children, that the latter would u
K'ok very much Burprist-d at a ki*.s
?towed ou* ot the regular way.
habit ?.I a morning and even ii_r ta
?s kept in families where it is niei
mechanical and per-lunctory. Yei t
Is better than no kiss at all. Tue n:
netism of mother-love, shown to
bo? ot girl, however unamiahle tl
transitory moon may be. is sti'i
enough t?> save them from mucimuli
j piness, or from tbe attacks oftem*
Ilion. Du not blight i?o?lroD? a pon
i Even thougn \ou feel difficulty in i
ing up what should never bave b
laid aside" ijf-ai ?gata, and pel your
sous ami daughters.- Wostern Rural
About Lac? Atlapl?ne' Lainbi.
Iu tbe past years 1 bave suffered c?
. siderable lo?s b?, tbe death of Ian
soon after their birth, aud the refusal
? tin- ewes to adt.pt other lambs; can
l.l'K.w. help me to avoid such los.-es
?future by suggesting sume means of
ducing tbe bereaved ewe to adopt (
oth**r lamb? I have tried several plai
but with only partial success.
Ans.?Among the many mi
?inducing (Win which have lost til
i lambs, to take to other lamb-,
lowing two are said, on excellent i
tbonly. to bave proved Very lUccetlfl
First; put the bereaved ewe in a sun
I pen away from tbe rest of the fioc
! Hold lier while tbe lambs suckles, ai
!und mdk a little of tbe milk on t
lamb. Repeal this four or five tim
a ?lay. ?specially the last thing at in?
land the first tbing in tbe morning, ai
[almost invariably the ewe will take tl
! lamb in a couple of days, if not snoot
Second; cut off a portion of the .-kin
the dead limb and tie it over tbe net
j and shoulders of the living one, ??
tide out, and the dam of tin dead Ian
? w i;i m on? ? ado] ; tbe living one.
Sxo-tv Pudding.?One-h a 1 f bo
Cooper's gelatine soaked ten minuu
I in lour tablespooofulls of '-(.id water
then add a pint of boiling water, tl
juice of two lemon-;, and one t up su-ai
Strain it and let away to cool- \\'h? i
cool?not stiff?add the well-beatei
wbiteBofibiv.' egga; mix thorough I;
and pour into a mold and cool,
.? ?o? m
CfJCOA?tl'T I)i:..|'s. ? t?rate th.-toe-a
nut; wtii.li it; 'nl?e ha i the weight u
n line sugar; mix t*>_.-tiur aud term n
to little ball?. Bike them iu a bo
.cu; -.vb.'ii tin \ !)<_in tu brown, tlic?,
ar- -l?>ur'. u ton btUnbf. dip the bot?
toms ?if tbe galls nit?? flb.ur.
( t.iiN Stakcii (ok Silvek) Caki:.?
Tbe wlnt.sof? eggs; 1 teacup of coin
Starch dissolved in 1 cup of sweet milk ;
two cups ..I 'Hour; 1 cup of butter; 1
pound of puivir//.l Mj?ar Beat tbe
butter and sugar together ; put all to
totber. adding the wmtea of egg (well
Etat ten) la>i. Hall tt-aspooiiful of soda
and one ot cream ol tartar.
Tliis receipt can also be used for '.-?Id
cake.' substituting Hit- yelks of tit? eggs
and a cupo? liour for til? worn March ,
aeasou lo latiic. ?
Young term* Aged Hen?.
There ?s science in the keeping of
poultry successfully, especially with
sizable docks and a limited area ot
yard. A hen is a contrtvdictorj bird.
until studied and understood, ami thoae
most familiar with her. tell us that a
close knowledge of her habits and
method? are essential to the besl suc?
cess. Some men know their fouls, ami
always have eggs and chickens, other?
not >o well acquainted with their babiti
have the birds, but not the eggi nor the
chickens which tin v expect.
There are une or two facts in a hen's
lite which it to well to remember. She
lays not all the time, but in luecessivu
litten of eggs, followed by a peri?),I of
list. This rest is a physiological
necessity, and in the naturalttale is tue
provision for the hatching of the eggs
previously laid, and to give opportunity
fur live moult. Consequently, after tin
-filingand the moult, we expect .
?recommencement 01 the laying period.
ilion unwise then to 'break up' thi
setting hen, and leed her with itimula*
i ting food! Then again, the young heu
! lays a laitier litter than the aged fowl.?
: It is probable that the lh*t aud second
| wars ot the hen's life is the most pro?
ductive of eggs. How unprofitable then
to kill otl the young fowls, und lu leave
; the aged fowls.
The heii-ktept r Who lltcceeds the
- betl is he who exercises the most
judicious sup. rvision over his flock; who
I allows the natural procliviliei to take
i their course, and who checks the lilting
; pro, livitiea ol need fowll by death. The
young fowl ?its and rests, and thru
. lafa; the aged fowl, in whom the egg
producing nrgau are weakened, often
lakes m sitting au unprofitable [10 the
owner] rest. Let tue hen-keeper
I remember, that to produce the largeai
: average number of eggs for a flock, i c
must keep young lowlt; these he nui?t
study in artier to rationally treat, ami
; must vary his food and his methods a?
experience carefully consulted will al
. ways indicate.
S?BsoiLixo.?I see a great deal ?u
! the papers about subsoiling. Is it
? beneficial lor all lantls. and if not, on
: which should it be applied?
The object of subsoiling is to loosen
the soil bey oiid the reach of the ordi
i uory plow, and iu tins way subject it to j
i the action of the air. allow the roots to j
I go down and the moisture to conic up.
If the subsoil is a loose gravel allowing
i a tree circulation of air. there is no use
for a subsoil plow. If it contains sub?
stances injurious to plants, the Ural
crop at ?east, would probably be injured
! by the loosing. If it ?? so wet that the
; roots of the plants cannot go down ini'
i!. it would not be worth while to sub?
soil it. Well-drained lands arc mo?t
benefited by the operation, and. in near?
ly all cases, pav well for subsoiling ;l
! few furrows and comparing the crop on
them with that on the rest of the loud
you can best determine whether sub
soiling will pa,.
din KKX ( HKK8E. -Dklyou. reader,
overeat any:* We like it. Boil two
I chickens till tender; take out all the]
bonei ami chop the nu at flue; season lo
i taste with salt, peppir, and buiter;|pour
. in enough of the liquor they are boiled
?iu to make moist. Mold it in any shape
you choose, and ivhen cold, turn out
; aud cut into slices. It is an excellent
Quaking Fruit Puddiso.?Thii is
simple, easily made, and delicious,
I Any kind of bottled or fresh fruit can
be used. Butter a deep dish and lay iu
. thin sliees of bread and butter dipped ?u
? milk? and then a layer of rhubarb or any
liu.t. sweetened, and speed wilh a little
ualnieg and cinnamon; then another
layer ol bread and butter also dipped
in milk and placed with the butter suit
down Lover with a plate and bake
slowly two hours, then with the plate
removed hall an hour.
Boston Wum?kk.s.?Five eggs; 1
ouurt oftloiir pinch I'Y.u'i ?piece of lard
! size of an egg. Bak" iu muffin tups.
! Till: .\Mii|i I..M.? o? Dusts? lmoD| tb?
- arc in, rtuts? In tat
latim "f tli.- 11 ",'J, an uutiatur.ilh att?nuai
I dttlon of tbe pbyslqns, Itidicetlug that tho lii?
' earreat Is deficient In nutritive pr .pertlee, a ?ran,
; haggard look, Inability t., digest ttic f od,
sppetlts, slesp and ttrengtb, ?t Y a ?<;,
uunuturai languor. All Utes? mn;. bs regai
among tb? In !
will erentoail) attack tb? tjitera and overwhelm
[it if it i? not built ii|i ami fortified in ?
' Invtgorate, tben, wlthonl
1 c!i,,ir? ,f tb? grastest vitalising agenl ?
Hoetetter'a Stomscb Bll tla wbicb bat
i given h-.-. th ami vig r to myi lad? ? 1 :!;(? -
debilitan il. ?bleb is nv.tti bl
; ancalvat. tub* pan
Untoensslji popnlsriu tblt c .uiitry. -
i i y u?r?d abroad, and
i une nf tli-- leading m* ? "f ..DiTlca.
KaXF Votu Livi.K HiAi/uiv. ?ml
iius w ,r,l .'ft'ininy disire-Miig eom
?plain.s, by using 'Sway tie's Tar and
S;ii?ap:trill;i Pills ' Cure sick or nerve
? us headache, diz?iiic?s, billiuusni IS,
? ad l is'c in inoriiii, dyspepsia, inward
pile-, all eoiupltint? of the stomach
? nul bowels. They act gently, wilh
"tit pain or .?ripping, tod do not leave
the bowels co-iivt, a? is the case with
many other purgatives. Sohl at 2'> eis
a box by Dr.D. ? Caktkb, Wood
On ! Dear me, I'm Uettino Gkai
. HaIR Faluno.? You have only t?i use
j ''London Hair color l.esturer,"ihe besl
| tod mo-t cleanly article ever iutretluc
ed to the American people, it entire
y harmless and free tiom all impur?
ingredients that rend'T many articles
obnoxious. It ihicktus thin hail stop?
i its i al,in.-, and restores the perfect!)
j natunl color. Il is nicely perfumed
Iand SO elegantly prepared us to make
it a lasting hair dressing ami toil? l
J. A. TYX.S, A I'KuMIrtlM CITIZBN,
Wilson, N. C writes, ?'oaic ten vein
ago my wile's luir commenced fulling*
ami got very hin mi i turned ga;.,l.iii
alter Using "London H?irC?lor Be
?tor? r" tir scalp became heal i by, th
hair slopped -ailing, the color wai i?
?t ned, an i il now gi wing beaillilul*
Sold .i 7.) cent? ;i Mile 01 $1 the
all d.zen by all pr. mi'eut druggi-ls
?u \N o"(!?toek b\ Mi; I)- 1). 'M.iii:
'plll-i ORIGINAL I'l RE
COD LIVER OIL
Tbli OH unlike others!? ?"" tho flah)
i:iiici(i.ili?ii';rreali!,- ?nieilmg.tm! worse
tasting an lele hm a? a pure, bland
tie-b Oil. Without any ?iilinixtuic. ca-in
i' -,-epteil and ret lined by the iii>.?t
delicate ?tomach. aud po--e-?a,l 11.
inelie.ll |'l -opel 11C- ?Hid i Hie.Hi 111 lo
111 11. h .-1 e.i'" i 'leg i ??(? 1 ha i )?t n V olln I
COI) L1VEK OIL
make? It mo-t valuable t?>r |*niiort> u
Iuvaii'li requiring Ihe use >?l COl
I,IV KB o||(. Kor-.le by
uiav 10?1V. B. S( II MITT. brunt*?
I?.B0. Over 100lati.it Novelties
A? i?.?uird. Sa.Suppl?*?? >??biill..T'
I 0 CO N 8 U M 1' T 1 V I B.
Ihe ?ilvertiaer. hiving basa j, rrnuritly cr.rfil ,!
that dread (l:?ea?r, iVn-u-.ntnm, by a ?Implo rfm
.-.!), i??nxii.ti? to make kn .wn t.. hi? Ml..? .iiffr
B?a Uk* ataaa? ol cure ta all whu desire It, lie
will send s s..p) of the piea.-riptu.n use,!, (Use I
charge,) with the dir?. ' ?ring sud ita
iii? in na m.', wlit h tbeyw.il hud ? ?in o cur? lor
C'titi.uraptiou, A.tLim?, iir ... >iin?, fcc.
Partie? wiahiug the fteecr ..n >u ?ni j.ls.rie ad.lre??
Ksv. E. A Wli.r) i ,
M fen* it., Wi.ii?B.??urg, .-.cw Tori
FALL t. WINTER GOODS
P. JtFRA VEL*S\
I : -.tu ijott if.-. ivi',1 a sloe' of Fall and Wintt-r
i.?i ..!. ?bleb . . at, vant-ty anil i-lt'-.Ji
uo ?su? I liav? ht- et .f.ire .f?L-retlt? the public.
M - ,-k of Cloths, Wuratstts
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
THIS, COLLARS? SHII.Ts
an.l BadsrwMr i? eomplrte sad tttneUt?.
In tlie I atlt'-r- di , .irtmi at till tit; loiiiitl a lira'iti
Waterproof Cloths, Shawls,
all the unvelti. i in Tins, Cullin and (.'ufls, Glove?
&C, Ac., Ac., ftc, ?e.
aiiU a ?plriulid ?lock of
Shoes? G ait ors a
rs, 11 islsry, I".". -rTtirta, kc.
,i ' ill b?most bappjr to exhibit niy ?rarss Id
all ?I,? riM.v favi r D? ?.'it h I call,
(),!._?:. I'..I KHWEI..
iJFjfll? ill It. f IICIS
HAAS & BROTHER
Dry Goo?s, Nations
BOOTS, HOES & HATS,
GDOCE RIS. TOBACCOS.
The Light Running
Sewins lac lue
always on exhibition.
All ;.? be ?old cheap lor cash or
' tetf Call ami examine llielr atocl. "&&
i .lune 13?tf.
1 have now a larj-e .-nul general -took
11< IK.--. KAKKS. Sott.
J -eii'i'ie'l ivilll fiil'i- ?r.tm Mir M AMI ii
i UltlKrt, a lii.li I -h.il In- |ilf.i-..'.l t ? ? -h>>\'
j ,?? ?.H in tram ol ?n.'h i*oo.l?.
I '111 I- : I'iVlllJ
N EW GOODS
every tt?ek. and ?hall try to keep nil
; . nu.!- in m\ line, thai ?r? nee led by mi
! i-ii-iiiinei>. ami the public.
| .Hu 8?ti. i.i.o. DAILY.
\i;r> id to sas ara rsqassIsS toclsss
: Hinir ??eonnt? by a il? et i tbsnrlsa.
i .?. \. l'i^n;
antl Morphia? hahlt rorcrl.
i eis ??, i ?-?
I l|B| I? W K Squirt,
.oji.a, Cr.tu. Co., ltd.
?r?? newer ?t itt ?sik r.tt.rr.
?-TBAOirX Barham'a Infalllblo
Msnultcittrr-rl by ir?t
BtritB Hi Out ::., ma, it. c.
it n?..rr.il? to cure llrnorrkokts
or IM... sirs s tar* I. tx?lbl?.
PHrs I.I.I snrl boss fide tt?Uao?Jta>
Tin-1;:; ?li.n.ir Si bun!, conducted latt
Rummer l>y W. ?V. I?ooay m ill be run
tinned in ilie -iiiuini-i "i I87ti a- :i N'i.i
III il St-liiml. Iiikii ni'il'iii will be given
ill ill In ,..n-ll?'- I llljflll in the r.'llllll?'
school?, the llighi-i *?la i lii'iii.iiits.riiftii ?
inn! l'i ii-ii. c ni ('enchina, \>y k'.vi am
I'l'i-ii.'iiinii. aii'l in ill?- Sal lirai ?"VeleiM-e
by h u me, I'. ???- ?? ? i-nlr n , il m.y attiilt
i he liiiii:iiii?e?i
Some "l tli?- n Iva itai?.*? ?il ibi- -?lu?. I
ai.', il..uini h el C il ai H lid I'll? sir-il
Apt? i;itn-, a 11 m h. r I tin.try. slid ?In
vt I. m l.i'.iin y ni tin- V. M <'. A. ..,
ii" town, to which -indent? will have
ll.-i- III n-,
w.u. I.OG ?N
R D IIM-Ul'.
Board ?" private ( in.ili'-- ran be bad
j ehe ip.
l'iiiiinii for term ..i 8 Moekf-ibeirlnniiij*
July l.tlh l**7H in mImii - 85
I m tniih.'i iiilm ii,;ili"ii 1'i'i'ly in
W. W. LOGAN
I nn now prcparvd t?? in ike and put
in the old lime
Tbese pniiip-hav.- he? n ti ipd fur near?
ly aeeiitnn, ai.d are I.mud t<> he nnu.
MtlllK and elu'ai.ci' than any of the low
iint'il pu.up* ?hleh h ?ve I.n intto
t9" All w.irk gturauteed to give ?aM?
Mr*? |int pump. In 've'1- and .i>!< run ol
anv depth and -fuarantt*? ilnin 10 an- \
twer toe .mrpo-i?.
I'lpi.t ? furnished to-nli'i. Give me?
cm' t_f~ Ad 'Ii ?? nie a? ??.l-tot-k.
GLO. H. FUAVEL.
VUVMMfVHUV ?*?? UiUU XI.iti
la the boat roule to Cincinnati
anil ?ill ?.cKt.rn lit ion.
On ?lid ?ftcr Fi-Lru.iry IM HIT?, I'asseUrier
Trsn.s will run as folli.vrs:
Februnj $ I , 1878.
H Co p m
11 M "
I-' In a m
1 M "
Lrs lichmund. ?_i ' ?J ixi a m
" Oordnnavlllt' .itr.'.M], m
" i harluttisville.t l 111 "
" Btamiton.it tat* "
" Oosbsa.it (l 16 "
" Millhoro'. t 6 11 ? : l oh
" Cuvii'tft .u. t n tu " ; ?ion "
" ?hilo Sulphur.tltll " ; 7 15 "
" HlBtOB.; list . m las "
" Kaiiiwha Falls. 4117 " 1 o ? p in
" ''litrloiit.u . C 2.? " I 4i "
Art IIiiiitiiietr.il. 'J 00 " ! 500 "
'? C'iiiclnuati (Steamer.. _ 6 00 a m
I.ve I intiuitst, O. ? M... 7 l'> pm !t7U0 "
" Cincinnati, I. I". k I,. 7 mj " it mm "
" l.'iiii-luiiati, C II. A I). i 00 " it 7 30 "
" I'iiii-iniiatl, L. ('. i t, H 10 " 7 in "
An-I.i.tii-villf, O. kB. .. l'.'ii Si|ilil, 115'i "
" Louisville, L 0. a I?..; 13 M SikM. n M "
" Nashville.i 7 35 am fa* "
" Memphis . .-I,,- pm i s?! p ni
'? N'evr Orleans .llUtAsBI 10 30 ? rtt
" liiilMtitpi.li?, I, f.k L. II M p i:i HH 40 p m
" Indianapolis, , ll.&Li. tl3?0 "
-? ', I, C k L .. i 7 85 a m Iff i0 "
" Chiesfo,C. H. a0_i 1*0 " Ills "
" PBBTIa .i H 40 ?' i ff) a ni
" l'.iirliiiRt.i'i.: IM-SB I Iff OB
" Ki-,knit .I l lo ?' I lo "
" Viiit-eiiBf? . ? ?.' 45 a m til "
" ?-t I'.nia .I (M *? ? 815 "
" st-, an?. j cl.'pm i lili in
" Kan? ?City .11??! " It % "
" I.e?venworth. IS IBs at II ST p BO
" Alcbisi.U. | f| " j 145 .?
" St. JtsMph.I 24,1 " ? ,?,?. .'
" "malia. 9 IS - | at "
" ctMjrsaos. I . 120 "
" Ogtlen.!. , r, 1-, "
" Silt Lake.!.? |)0 ?1
Ra.-ram.nt-i. . in ?t a ?a
Stn r'ranclticii .I
I ? p in
TEXAS CONNECTIONS. Iron Ml. IM.K..T.
Lvt-st. Ltmis. ils. au." ! 8 17 "a ni
Air Little Hock. :t ajg ?
" I'enison. . ?00'pat
" Sh.rmsu. tWp_ |?g "
" Hall??. ... u ?a " 1 || ..
" v5'?c". . 5 30 a m
" Ih-arne. I SI? "
" lti?ckd?le.i 1 13 "
? Austin. KKr-i " |?j ?1 ii
" H 'Uttou.I : ;?o " , ln4-, ..
" I'^lveston.i ID iu " j 1 as ,, m
" San Antonio.I 8'Opm j ?to "
t Daily eicept Sunday: other trains daily.
For loformati.'B, ?tea and t rkt-tt apply to John
\V. Wuudward ticket agent, ? taunt,.?, Va.
'?.N.V.iv I!. B.KVAKD, ... P. AT. A.
OT. M. K. DUNN. I'ugr. k OOS*.
CHCDl'LE II. FKRltY k VALLEY UI'.ANCH
it. ?St o. l< it.
Tnhlivj I'.fcct June, lllh, 1S77.
Leave iP, M. A. Ml
?? li?rri?oiibarg 7.00 11.4
" Bro?dw?y t, ' 1.10 12.2
" too Mark? ? M 8.4- 12,12
" Mt. tat-kson 3 H 1,13
'? Woodstock 1 1 -" 1,41
?? Mrasuurg 11,1?' 11,29 .'?-''
\r Kim 1. i 3,27
" Harp, erry 7.ft?i 1
'? asliii.Rt.'ii i'.-U
'? altiii. rrs *,i<
Leave A. M. 1 II.
" BalllBaor? : ?'.in
" Bathing-ton '.*?>
" Htraabnr? II?
'? \v . ? . 12.? 3.15
Ir Mi. 1 1 1,13 1,2?
" I ?w M?rk?t l.si KM
" Bmadaraj I.M s.31
? Barri? intrarg
? -ta mit .n 3.1.
- I'r-.'.it Boyal, arrive at
Froat Boyal 3,1*1, P. M Lav- frost Boyal 12, ?<?
P. M. ari-lvi- at nroodttOstk. IM 1>. M.
?? P I C E s tkc.
Tarmerio Masiard Seed,
Celery Seed, Kla-zonnj, Extracta
and Essences, Kennel Wine,
Salad Oil, Gelatin,
l nglaa?, Sago,
Baking Powders, Tapioca
Cream of Tartar, Soda,
uii'l .-vi-rythiiii* in tbl? line tit a pure
qtl ,ty nul wlil ?t cheap us the
sdi rented articles.
r.. s'Mmii t
M- ,? IS-tl. Drti-txtti w..ivl-!,),k.
Ptopl. a~ getting arqui?nte.'--..'.! UstSS wtal
are not ought tr> be? with th? wonderful merit* ..f
'.bat great American Hemetly. the
FOR aLaJ? AND BEAST.
Thlj liniment very naturally originated In Ameri?
ca, where, Nature provides la her laboratory ?uch
surprising ?Antidote? for the maladies of h*-r chil?
dren. Its fumo hat been ?preadlng for r.ye.rs,
until now It cnclrcl.s Iho habltaU" ilobe.
The Mexican Huslang Liniment U a matchless
remedy forallcxternalallmentsol man and beast.
To stock owner! and farmen It 1". Invaluable.
A singlo botda often ?avei a human llfoorrc
itorc? the uiiefulneH of an exoellent horte, BS,
cow, cr i.hc.-p.
It curu f.-jt rot, hoof all, hollow horn, grub,
screw worm, shoulder-rot, mange, tho bite? a:id
ttlnpa of j?oi?,onr.uii rcptllui and Insect!, and SIBSy
tuch Brawtack to stock breeding and bush Ufe.
It curci every external trouble of horses, such
at lameness, r.-ratches, fwlnny, sprains, founder,
wind gall, ring bone, etc., etc.
Tho Mexican iluttang Liniment Ii the c.nlcke?t
euro la the world for accidents occurring In th.
famllr, In the absence of a physician, lueh a?
burr.s, ?cald?, ?pralns, cuti, etc., and for rhenuia
tlsm, and ?tlffnoss engendered by e?posure. Par
tlcularly valuablo to Minen.
It Is thecheapott remedy In the world, f.r It
penotrate? tbo muscle to tho bone, ruid ? slagl-?
application Is generaBy fsafTlclent to e?r?.
Mexican Mustang Liniment Is put tp In three
slue.? of bottles, tho larger one? being proport lor?
ately much the cheap???!. Sold everywhe'*'.
THE STANDARD OF THE WOflLD
Over 300 Modification
TO THE RCtHJiPEWENTS OF EVERYBUS".
FAIRBANKS & CO.
IGGBALPTtOHE St wmw ?
I amp S
amp ?ttaas, Trasse?, nra?e? rterint?rs?v)r
M. H REARDON,
r l? Hennis FrATOM),
liMAi.ni; IX l'un:
Home Jla.l.? Whisky
BRANDI!?'>. WINKS. Etc.,
Cigar? and Ttihi'tti. Wooden Willow
Wart, Broonu, trc,
:.mi i? ralliai t ' at? larg.- ?tota, of
Kentucky Rye Whiskeys?
?ad lli.-ir I'liity guaranteed.
Uighest cash Price? paid for Horne-nade
.Vliiskiy and ?ppl< ?Braiidj .
Call and BM fof IWUBflia? at
KO, II Main Streut, WlacbSBUf, T?.
AT TIIK LOWEST PRICES!
a lull stoi k of
S i> i* i iig' Sl ?11111 ill er
ha? just been opened and wtllsb. sold 11
DR Y GOODS,GROCERIES
ti I-* Vt EIWS W All JO
Boots and Shoes
HATS, CAPS, Jko.,
All will be told at very low prices.
Boon an.i -in).?? cheaper than ever. Ca'i
1 and examine them.
II. UK*AN stCC,
East ol Welih'i Hotel. Wooditock.
Pbe accounts ol our ?uliocilbei? irom
W.Iglock, M iiirertnun and tiei?*libur
11 it js. Pott Offices, hav" been plated m
the hand? 01 Hiram Bouserttun lor-ot
ilem.nl. These ncroniiti run to O'-t.
lib 876. We hope our p.mon? will
?etilc promptly wilbMr. Ii;tu?erni.n. it
it il lieee-siil?, thatlhc bUiillB-S O? til?
old tirm should be closed up.
i H.lOih. 11-77. J. H. UKABII.I.Al/O
TO II.\> i; ('(JOD SWEET AND
Spongy rtlscuits, Boll?, Cakes.
Pa ;r, 6.1*. without yeast. 8odn or riling
ol any kind use
I'KKMM'M VEAST POWDERS,
a borne made article?the best and
chenpe? r?l the kin I?pure und harmless.
givlii*r<ou with le?? time, labor and
expcu eat -wccl and easily illtjestnl
' bread. - 1 n holesale or retail by
I!. SCHMITT, Drujclst.
MATE ALL < O *l MISSIONS
AM) BC. : III WOBU) ?;EN IWXEO
r3RAD URY Pi-,M08.
WEEBE Pi NOS.
AM' i y:
AT l'A< TORY PRK BS.
SANDERS 4STAYMAN. Manuftciurtrt Agen?.
II N rtb ' bar?es ?trest, Ualtimore, Md.
11191 ? iTsnas, Waahlngtoa, L>.C.
N. B. A So* ?.?itare or rpright Plan : - *S30.?
, rLL??3T8AT?t V.l.: 3LY I?....?....,!.
Thlrtjr-Two page? of
1 reading, 1. .my lue Mood Cnl lllastr?ti?>Ba, tad
tiful Qantea ManiXine,
' : nation.
in EtiglishtadOirn .' ,'U a jeir ; Fits
- }.' "
ini'iil'i. -????.-.I Vegetable Qsrdea,60cent? in
visa's Cats: ju,-?.-s) lll'i.trations, only, 1 esau
Address JAMES VICK. Ito better,*?. V.
1 '? lAUsf, ?'. A. SAUM,
.'. C. r^dinbarg, v?
J. F. SAUM e? Go
( 11MMISSION MKIICIIA.NTS,
.V . 92.5 /. uii xana Avenue,
KUTTKH. BUGS, PUULTKY,
GREEN 4 DRIED FRUIT.
And (iiiuntrji Produce Geneitlly,
? Diatrj -t !'-r th" Basarafa tturt
j tntapaUnt 1 ig-carrlen,
i at. r? Carrier umplsts with, ut liiuges ?nd
in 1er?, eaea . ft if
With binge* and li??p.1 ?rt
?tra lllbxga.8 1"
.--. in paid I y ctiri-k on c uim.-icii and
.: ?: ml of Dsltlruors, Md. ; or t?
,1 ?', i. _. li) Express,
Horse and Cattle Powders.
1 all preparation,Ion? and favorably
known, will thoroughly re-mvisorate
b.okcn down and low-tplrlted hontet,
l.v strengthening ?nd cleansing ta*
ttom.u-h and Intestines.
It is a ture preventive of all dises.???
Incident to this animal, tuen a? LI'Ml)
FI V K R. GLANDERS, YELLOW
WATER, UEA VES, C00GB8, DI3
T'lMPER, FEVERS, FOfNDER,
LOSS OF APPETITE AND VITAL
K.VEROT, ke. ID u;e Improves
the wind, Increases the Ippstltc.?
gives ?smooth and glossy ?sin and
transform? the tr.Y'rable ?kc'.rtort
Intotfltri looting ?ral tplriisd hoft?
To keepers of Cow? this pr*p?rt?
UoO Is lu-.lii.-,!-!". It It a ture pre
v. ??live ??rainil Rinderpest, Hollow
Horn, etc. It hat bast provea by
actual e-pr-rimi-nt to Increate the
??uantity of milk ?nd erram twenty
percent, and make the butter 1rs*
and tweet. In fattening cattle, f
give- tVm ?n ?iprv-Y-, looaeiis tlielr bide, snd roaio
Uivm thrive rauch Cuter.
In all di<?a?ea of Swin-, tueh ai Coosrh?, tTlcers la
Ci? Lung?, Liver, A.c., thl* article acts
at s specific. By putiing from one
lilf a paper to a paper In a barret of ,
mill the abovediteaset wlllbreradi.
eaH or ent; *ly prevented. If given
In tma, a certain preventivo and
car* Tor the Hog Cholera.
DAVID ?.rOUTZ, Proprietor,
Bold br *(>n(rB-I?t? and Rio re ?ret? pera th rough
out tho jultt'dStal??,CiuiacU?S?(t?4..?rnerl(??.
I ni -ill- It? at. B UWiUsV ><)ll, l\ o, d
IT^OCf ni'">r' Ar?ntswantedI'verywher??. Hna
m*# l*\l ??irMVaaat-lr, ?v !.'Kiiiiiiaii'.I'ar:k-iiUn,fre?
nrr.1. l'?ir.U?.; u,i
-_?!*,. l'a '?'. -
1-1 Vtajl.taartmi St., t'l Irar-, tit
A Rood rldliii? |,i wirk hon* for ??Is. on ae
??..nimulaliiiK lr,,Mi by S. 4. 1USXHK
Ju.t rtoslvid 1 lovcf R?w ?uses of ?II kind,
b 8 A. D1"NER.
W 0 Ol> ST O C K V 0 UAS Il K Y
DANNER & NEWMAN, - Proprietors.
First-Class Circular Saw Mills,
to which partcular attention 1? y?lven,"?and latialartion pnarantet-d. Mill Gearing and failing?,
e.eiy description, pullej? ?hatting hangen, boxe?, 4c, tt bottom price?.
Avafiety of ptotrs, viz:
The IIecklndorn, Ptnr.tr and Newman No ? with reversible point and thare, both right and l.f",
hand, the Danner k Newman No. 2 1-2 and 3, which are 2 and 3 horse plowa with ileckeadorn mo lid :
board, ravettibl. ihare and wrou?, ht point, I. X. L. and Ilil.'tid. plow?. Price? on ?11 plowa rsduc *',
THE IMPROVED McGINNIS FERTILIZER SPREADER,
The Mcfllnni? Harrow, which 1? the best for gener?! use we hart ever ?e.n, Th? Kxeelaior Cu'tlra
t-.r, with live reversible steel teeth,for cultivating corn. TTSS Cornell Corn e'h.ller, thi? hat lakta
1 'tmiuma wherever exhibited.
PAT. LEVER CUTTING BOXES.
Dreiacd Sooting alfiyi sa band, or furnished at short notice, Do r?, Blinda, S?sh ; Window Frame?,
Hon ding, and Urackett on hand or mide to order, at Unrast ligure?. Lumber dressed per thoutin?
at res.t.,uabie late?. Partie? ueediBit anything in our ine ?ill do well to price our gooda balor? pur?
Lumber, flour-bacon, corn and old casting taken In exclu?ate for implemebta.
MAOHTNEK? Or ALL KINDS Uhl'AlKED.
IIK.IIEsT AWARD AT THE CKX
Diploma of Honor auil Medal of Merit.
Grand Upright, and Souaiv
! The principa! points .?i superi-Tity in the s ! ir.FF
jr? brilliaut singing quality of tone, with
| grett po ver?evenness ,f t u.'U Ihr. ?limit til??
i entire scale, faultiest action, autarpasaed dura
1 bllity, and nasicsUed a, rkmaotbip,
A larga variety of Second?
hand Ptanoa, ol'a!l maker?, conatantly
in atore, ?in<l ranging in price?
from $75 to |300.
wc are also Sole Agenta for the >out!ioin
state* of the
The beat now made.
1 A full ?upply of every style constantly In ?tore
' aiid ?old on tn- most liberal terms.
rar Kor Terras and Illustrated Catalog'!?? o?
Planoi and Or ?au? Addresa
Calata*. If. 8T?EFP,
No. 9 N. Liberty Street,
NOW IS YOUR TIME
BAKGr'.LT k SON' bar? the largest, ?nd mott
beautiful, ?s well ?s th. cbeapasi and belt
ever seen In Hit county. Just call and iee their
stock, ?nd you w.ll be convinced of the fact- A
lull and complete as-ortmeut of Jewelry of the
best ?olid Oold. ?nd ?t price? that can t fall t..
give satisfaction to all.
HivtuK the agency for the principal mannfac
trriee, 1 will tell all the American Watch'? ?t the
regular factory price?.
RU?GKKS & J3H08.
'cniiiri" Si for plated
T..BL A\? TEA SPOON*?,
Castors? Forks 8fc.?
?lway? on hand
?I alilica, i lock-* mid Jewelry
?tiefully repali.J ?ud wtrrtnt'-l. Sp-cial atten?
tion ?riven to Fine Wttchvit.
S ten cent Papers
fop 25 ctss
In oder t.? allow the people no excuse for pnr
'?ha.ing u iicliikle com misti?n d seed?. ?letsri
II Luiidrt'tn A Son? have made au aatonisbing re
l.ictiou in the price of th Ir ?oil? entbliug ute t
-.11 llieni si tit.- price tumei lb..??. Tlie Well
? .-own rtlitl.'.lit? if till? Boom i* a Minding u?tr
Htitee of the ireihne.t, purity and excellence v
ii.-ir rod nets,
lea? sud lletas by the quirt, all oth.rs b ctt s
tper or 5 paper? Me.
Feb. ?-?root B.SCHMITT.
.4 SONS'l SECURITY OIL
THE BEST HOUSEHOLD OIL IN USE.
Warranted 150 Degrees Fire-Test?
WATER WHITE IST COLOR.
WILL NOT EXPLODE.
For Ktcellenc* of Manufactura
AMI HIGH FIRE TK?T.
ladoTstd by the Insurance Cempaniei.
r bJ Oiiz Cirtt/iOti?Ont of Many.
Firr Is-TTiAvn? Co. or Baltimore,
1 . .-J-l. 1ST?. ? M'tm C frisa] u* ? sa
llor?n* usc-l t lia Tarions olla fold
i.?r illuminating purrMwo?, I tak? p'.eas
r , In r.Ti.mmcn.Un? your "Aladdin Security
, 1 " it? tbc?rrr>jf and belt tver Uvjtl ia oar houss
L ' I. Yo'.ir? truly.
ANDREW REESE, IT-Idcnt.
?. WEST A soxs, Baltimore.
'*"?>? U, astai j <>u will nss no other..
UOII? PLATED WATCH B**. Che-t ps-1
in thi kBi**s- -oiid. Sampi* Watch [ru to
HUI > W tLIMDlVST S
AT NEW MARKET. VIRM.-..A,
pplicssll styles of Buggies, Carriages, Jsggers,
I Roctawaya, pt-aeton?, ?tc, te, ?t?hort nottc?. Us
emplr.y? none but ?ki led wokmen asd turn? 08
n. tiling tint guaranteed job?. He ht? ? market f
I hit manufacture? at borne and abroad ; and perso
I can at all time? see specimen? of modern
CAPRI AGE BUILDING
!>y .-tiling at bia place. Illustrated catslsgass ae
free to all applicant?.
Add tut .lOHli W. CLINEDINST,
Juae22.'T?? Kew Market, Vs.
THE EXCHANGE HOTEL,
UNDER NEW MANAQEMENT.
M. GEARY, ?- Proprietor.
THIS well-known ?nd popuUr bout? has besa
thoroughly repainted r-papered ?nd r-farn'.elet
?u.l la now prepared to furnish the beat accommo?
dation? t" all.
1 ndei the Hotel will be fonnd a first eltss Or
? ery ?ni Fancy Stor? where a large ?tock ef lb?
and cheapen goods can always be found.
The St'K-k of Holiday Oovda la complet* :u srery
NUTS, CAKES FltL'lTS, PRESCH aad AMERICAS
1 tNIiIES, TOYisndFANCT AKTICLM
In endleea piofataion.
Canned Oood?of ?vary d??.-ripli?B PIACHES
CHEK.IES, PEAI18, OliEEN PEAI, CORS,
TOMATOES, BEAKS *C.
A larga ?tock of lf?rcm? Back s celebrated Bel
Q"ut Wines and Brandies. Jsckulin? Buck'? pare
oms-made llountaln daw Whiskey, aad Oaf a,
Dei., well-known Wtiskey.
0. 1 ?' '74-tf.
TIMES ARE COHII. ! !
W. G. BARROIY'S
FOL STAPLE (?FANCY
CROC ERI ES !
I arse ?atckt of flue salt only - |..00
lti?i 1 uflVr?, per lb. - 25
1'001I eoflet'S " 2'i
Green toog per lb. - ?O
vThlto Suwar. ?? - - M1-1
l.i-lit ?.??-. n
1.oii.l tobiteeo ?? - . 00
leavy biijrlu navy, per lo. - 70
in.ire tW|?l, ... tO
?live: -. be.-r 11 in. h. - - SO
' ?Hile coil in tin. -0
??rain pepper, per lb. 2*
i iii.r? lliil.lu!? mu? Hl?s*trltul ?tap. ? -*
In,.,- Hi.?, ui ?oii.i, ... Jo
O ?ter? pe? quart. - io
'J iil.iiii.iuiiie futidle? lor - - "J?
N ?ivy pickle*, in tairi'l?, nuces.
?piit?. jellie?. ciiimeil ?ji.o.l- of nearly
or, re ile?i i'ipiion. ?Viloii"? ?)ir???ii ,-oro
lieel. .?almor?. loi)?ti?i.?, ?anline?, oy-itrs,
l>Melie? . cm ti, t lUin'i.e?. |ie i>. Ae. Kii
? n?. liiiuii. ? urrnit-. puttie?, tigs,
ouiiel.iie. < racket?, cake-, plain and
Fn-tu In .uulie?, Lut, y mi_'iii ctlroil bitas,
tii-el. ?aii?;ti?i.. bie.ikf:i.?t liaeon tuack-irel
?te*.. I uni? >.il.writer ayoier? in tlit
-hell. VMi'io'is t'iaiiil?Ot el-fir?. cig-aieit?.
SMOKIafOTOBAO O. VKRTt HKAP,
|io.v,l,i. ?hut ittd eipfi, vy.-ishing crystal
vviiiing ink. ill boitlei for 25 els.
Teat I Hominy, macaroni, iticiign sad
?ill hlii'iii*. Vlubs ami ?oeial part 1st
?-an buy <iy?i-r? and t-aixlit??it re?la??w
ratOS, At ove. i? < a?b piirl? fitly.
I? J. nii'DLKR, C. B)YD BARl.RTT,
Peg? Co., V?. 1st oadoB C o., Ta,
fot tb? ?a!e of Flour, Mutter, Iggs, ?nd all kinds ef
No. BU ljoui?ana Avenut.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Mbsral ?dvancs? on conslgnmsatt la ?Urs.
Kr.rOKKNOR: Lewi? Jobnsoa 0 Co., Bsaksrt
The Jone*' Ventilated Trnasss aad larrsorter?
sre ths laalsst, ?sf.st and Oast la tas world. Maw
o i exhibition and for ssle by
Dr. D. D. CARTER
De:. 'Jt -?bio.
EST UUALITT HIiKACHKD
?udDn.wn Mi?Ma?sb?*o-t*taeatrat, basass
sat* iw ta ?AsTB-tnir.