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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. BOLIVAR, - . TENNESSEE- IiAJN A T M1DNKJHT. Oh midnight Rain, ncar.l in Id tho r.atlesaufas Of woury pain! '1'hv oademi hr n-. Hweet thoughts or peace on silver-tinted winfrs. In this dim town, I hear thy thous ind Streamlets trickh-down; Ere thou hu il.-l, Xell me. oh Kaiu! the source where thou hast led. I pee arise Bright pearly dew-drops from Muo violets' eyes: 1 see the mist Come from the wood-rill's ripploa, evcuinir- kls led. The green holds irleum IIef rc me. a- to thy sweet rhyme Idream; .li I birds tin i Mowers Are with me in my restless midnight hours. More blest than these, I feel the frajirunce of the Summer seas; Along the corat I sec the never-r. -sting billows tost. Lying here still. Thoughts of the ocemi make my sad heart ocotiii rife I With strength and majesty and glorious lifo. Emb gr-m Un- sought. From dew-dn.p or from distant waters brought, O bounteous Hain! Thou scattorest for a ble.-sing on the grain. S nd and lie spent I Oh gracious itain! through thee I grow eon teut: Thy culm-voiced spell Goes deeper in the he. rc Until words cm tell Watching thr nigh rrght. Many with dm await the morn.ng l'ght in ialn cure. Or rapt. It may I-, in the trance of prayer. To each, to nil. Hearing thy i hyth tine mus'e softly full, Sweet thotiirhts may OOOM Of Him who Iiy Baa w.iys doth le.id us homo. For not one drop Falls from th" olou-l Uon the bare hill top Fulls, through dark hours, Lpon the tmti chalice of the tiowers, !r on the sett. Or on the murmurous thickly foliated tree. Hut rails to cheriata vVhut else would pine an I, drooping, aadly WTish. And shall the tear. Shed liy the- Father's well-loved children hero, In doubt and pain. Fall for n less wise purpos than the Itain? Chambers' Journal. , THE KCAKLKT GLOW, "I wisJi I poald take you both with me," said Mr. Hanway, as h ki.ssud his children good-bye, and stepped into the carriage that was to bear him op among the mountains on a visit to an old friend; "but Fletcher here will take good care of you, Amy, and I am sure' neither of you will forget what Eve told you about keeping away from the boats." Fletcher was ten and Amy eight, and the two, with their father, "who was a widower, were Stopping at a cozy little hotel on the shores of a lovely lake in Switzerland. It was only on very rare occasions that Mr. Hanway permitted himself to l- separated from his children during 1 heir travels abroad, but as the hotel where they bad now been staving for nearly a week w as a very home-like one, and as he expected to be back in time for supper, he felt that he could safely leave thern to amuse themselves for a few hours. Tnus cast upon their own resources, the brother and sister read story-books and played In-door games until dinner- J time. At the table were some Ameri can tourists just from the summit of j the highest mountain in the place, and to their lively descriptions of the views j to be had therefrom, and of the pretty nooks scattered all over it, both chil dren listened with eager ears, and when One of the young ladies held up a bunch of "just the loveliest wild flowers" which she had gathered by the road side, Amy whispered to her brother thai she really must go a little way up that very afternoon. " But papa isn't here to take us," ob- i jeeted Fletcher, who longed to go tfs inch as his sister, although he was old j enough to understand that his father would not like to have them leave the hotel in his absence. " Pupa didn't tell us we mustn't climb mountains only boats," re turned Amy, cunningly. "And, be sides, didn't he say you could take care of me? and don't yon think you can?" and the artful little tease looked up at her stout young brother with almost confiding air. Under these circumstances, what could Flejchcr reply but that he was most certainly able to protect her, and that he would do so for a little way, a very little way, up the mountain, as they must be sure to be at the hotel when father came back. (iTeatly delighted at having gained her point. Amy ran off for her hat as soon as desert was over, and having stutled a paper of candy into her pretty little MB oankati announced herself ready. And then the two set out, Fletcher, with his alpenstock, leadingthe way up lii'ough the town, on by the winding path through the woods, up, up, until the beautiful lake came into view below 1 hem. "Let's rest here a minute," proposed Fletcher. "This llat roek'll malce a nice scat; and while we eat some candvv I'll teach you the names of the snow mountains over y wider." So tle expedition halted while the Captain pointed out what he thought was Mont Blanc, the king of all the peaks; the beautiful dungfrau. with its silver horn, and But turning" to see if Amy was looking in the right direc tion, Fletcher found her eyes closed, a:ul her head just sinking to his shoul der. "Poor little thing, she's tired out. I'll let her have a short nap before we start down again." So, while Amy slept, her brother ate chocolate drops and studied the Alps. Now, it would have been quite ro mantic and Bahee in the Woodsy if he, too, had been overcome with drowsi ness, thus leaving them both lying there asleep on the mountain-side until an t'lf, giant, or some other rarely seen creature, came to wake them up and conduct them to a wonderful grotto, studded with diamonds ami paved with pearls. But as this is not a fairy tale, nothing of the sort occurred, for Amy presently woke up of her own accord, Viiid finding the basket empty, recollect ed" what she had come for, upon which the two began searching for wild flow ers. At first Fletcher rather affected to despise the occupation, but after they had gathered a few, he found them so pretty, and it grew to be so exciting to wonder where they would chance upon some more, that he speedily became as absorbed in the hunt as Amy herself, and both wandered over the mountain in every direction. At last the pretty little basket was idled to the top with still prettier con tents, and at the same time Fletcher m ticed tint the yn was very near tfie tip of one of the snow mountains. "Come, Amy," he exclaimed, "we must hurry back, or papa' 11 be there be fore us;" and taking her by the hand he set out for the path by which they had ascended. " But whv can't we fro down right here?" asked Amv. "It'll be such fun to go sort o' sliding down hill." " I guess we needn't slide," returned Fletcher, "for here's a kind of path we can take: so now hold on to me tight, and be careful not to slip;" and down the two started aver the rough wav, for the mountain side was covered " with stones, little and big, which the feet of the children sent rolling and araahfng on ahead of them in quite a noisv fashion. With each advancing step" the path grew fainter and fainter, until it finally disappeared entirely, and nothing was to be, seen but trees and rocks and stones. "Shall we go back. Amy?" asked Fletcher, as they both came to a halt; and then he added: " But no, we haven't time; so we must keep on." "All right; but you don't think there arc any snakes under these stones, do you, Flet? ' Then they went on down again, but the way grew ever rougher and rough er, and the stones slipped from under their tired feet more" and more fre quently. "O dear! ain't we 'most there?" half sobbed Amy, as she stubbed her toe against a rock in front of her, while a stone rolled down on her heel from be hind. " I guess so. Shall I try to lift you over this place? See, there must have been a brook here in the spring;" and Fletcher pointed out a shallow ravine that crossed their path obliquely, and which was choked with stones and brush-wood. Without waiting for an answer, the kind-hearted boy threw his alpenstock across, and then picking Amy up In his arms, started over himself. He reached the opposite side in safety, and was about to step up to level ground again whon his foot caught under a stone, and in trying to keep his sister from being harmed by his tail, he left no hand free with which to save himself. "), Flet, are you hurt?" cried Amy, as she quickly scrambled to her feet. " Not much; only my ankle." But the "not much" proved to be a sprain serious enough to prevent his walking a step, and after attempting to do so once or twice, the brave little fellow was forced to fall back upon the rocks, with an expression of pain which he could not repress. And now the children's situation be came quite a grave one. They were as yet, as well as they could judge, a mile or more above the town, the sun had already vanished behind the snowy peaks opposite, the autumn twilight was rapidly closing in, anil, worse than all, Fletcher could not and Amy would not move. " How can I go away and leave you here?" she would say when urged to hurry back, so that father should not worry. " Bat I'm all right as long as I sit still," her brother would reply. "Be sides, the sooner you go and tell them at tlie hotel, the quicker they can send somebody up for me." At length, convinced that under the circum-tanccs this was the wisest thing to do. Amy set bravely out, but had not proceeded more than twenty feet before she came screaming back, declaring she had seen a snake, and that she could never, never go on through the dreadful woods alone. "Let me stay with you, Flet," she bagged. "I'm sure when papa misses ua he'll come right up here;" and her brother, seeing she had no doubts on this point, thought it best not to remind her that it was just as natural to sup pose that he would look in a dozen oth er directions for ihem first. So the two sat together there on the mountain-aide, watching the stars come out, and wondering if this was their pun ishment for being naughty. But presently Amy's eyelids grew heavy again, and leaning her head against Heteher, she asked him to wake her "as soon as papa comes," when suddenly a reddish glare flashed forth out of the darkness beneath them; por tions of mountain and lake appeared distinctly as by day, while Wees and rocks and bushes stood revealed in start ling vividness. "), what is it, Flet?" cried Amy, hiding her face in terror. "Don't be afraid,11 he answered. "I guess it can't hurt us, whatever it is." still the boy had dreadful visions of earthquakes and volcanoes, which he somehow imagined were much more common in Europe than in America. And now the red light had changed to green, this in turn to "blue, then back to red again and so on, until the brother and sister became completely mystified. On a sudden, whXfie the red glare lit up everything around, there was a sound of rolling stones, a man's voice exclaimed: "Thank God for St.. Jacques!" The next instant Mr. Han way's strong arms were about both his children. " (, papa, I knew you'd come!" cried Amy, joyously. "But now you must put me down, and carry Flet, 'cause I was naughty, and he's hurt, and all from 'sisting me." Then the situation was explained. Two young gentlemen from the hotel tenderly raised the helpless boy and ariicd him between them, and thus, the happy father still retaining his little girl, they started down the hill again, guided by the strange lights safely to the town. Fletcher soon recognized in his bear ers two members of the party from the mountain-top that had been so enthu siastic at dinner, and they furthermore told him that it was at tlieir suggestion that Mr. Hanway had first directed his steps to the hill-side, " for," said one, " we noticed how eagerly your little sister listened to my cousin's descrip tion of the wild flowers." " And did you have those funnv lights lit so's you coidd see us?" asketJ the boy. " Not exactly," was tho laughing response. " That is the illumination in honor of St. .Jacques, whose several-hundred-and-something-or-other birth day it is to-day, I believe." But how do they make the lights, and who is St. Jacques?" pursued Fletcher. "They have different colored 'fires,' as the preparations are called, which are touched off at the same instant at various poinbs about tho lake: and as for St. Jacques, that is the same as St. James in English." "That's what papa's queer speech meant, then, when he found us." " And I say Amen ' to it." returned the voting man, huskily, "for I believe we'd have gone right on past you both if it had not been for that scarlet glow from the fete of St. Jacques." Harper's Young People. e That Blessed Child. One of those unnaturally bright chil dren who are always getting people into difficulties was at a prayer-meeting the other evening with his mother, when he asked aloud: Ma. say ma, who was Dinah Moore ?" " Hu-u-sh," whispered his mother, cautiously, " it's a hymn." "No. it ain't, ma," continued the hopeful, "it's a woman: say. whose going home to Dinah Moore." "Willie," said his mother, in a ghast ly voice, "you're disturbing the meet ing. It means going to Heaven to die no more." " Dine no more! Oh. ma; don't they eat anything there? I don't want to go there if they don't have any din ner!" His mother explained as well as she could, and Willie sat still for half a min ute, his bright eyes roving about the church. Then he asked, in a shrill whisper: "Ma, is God out of town?" "No-o-o, no-no," answered the dis tracted woman, faintly. " Then what's Mr. Kelly running this meeting for, ma?" continued the sweet child. The choir sung him down, but as the meeting closed with a moment of silent praverliis gentle voice was distinctly heard saving: "Old Mrs. Jones' switch don't match her hair like yours does, ma!'' Detroit Post and Tribune. Agriculture East and West. Our agriculture stretches over such broad ana widely diversified regions, that the competition of one region with another may be considered in its effect international free trade. The effect of Western meat production upon the same production in the Eastern and even Middle States, is gradually chang ing this specialty into dairying and oth er agricultural activities, and the change is likely to have an unfavorable effect upon the fertility of Eastern farms. The old adage "No cattle no manure, no manure no crojs," became current when meat production was the principal activity of oattle farming. Dairying, as now practiced, has almost wholly grown up within the last twenty-five years. Formerly each farm kept a few cows for breeding purposes, and incidentally for the production of butter and cheese; but the great improvements made in the quality of dairy products have so im mensely increased consumption, thjft the breeding and meat producing part has been almost lost sight of, and the cow is treated simplv as a machine for the pro duction of milk. Thus the food, in this kind of cattle farming, beyond the food of support, is expended in the production of milk, which, in many districts, is all removed from the farm, and thus produces a constant drain of fertility. The cow that yields 5,000 pounds of milk in a year, would represent a beef animal that should gain 500 pounds in live weight; and while the milk of the cow would contain 32 pounds of nitrogen, the 500 pounds gain in the beef animal would contain only 11.2 pounds of ni trogen; and the milk would contain .'35 pounds of ash constituents, while the beef would contain only 20 pounds. It may be said that the milch cow will car ry off three times as much nitrogen, and about twice as much phosphoric acid and potash as the beef animal, and this shows the difference between the milk and beef production, and the natu ral effect of these two styles of farming upon fertility. But this view applies strictly only to cheese-dairying districts, or to districts of milk production for city consumption. Where only butter is sold, and the refuse milk is fed out upon the farm, dairying compares very even ly with beef production. We discuss these points hero to show what must be the probable resHks of this Eastern style of cattle farming, and to show a necessity for Eastern farmers to consider them in time, and avoid such depleting effects. They have an easy way of escape; and that is, to adopt, in a modified way, the English system of feeding a certain amount of purchased food, containing in excess the elements which milk pro duction exhausts. Two hundred pounds of linseed or cotton-seed meal, fed to each cow during the season, would off set these losses, and would be likely to produce :ia extra amount of milk suffi cient to pay the cost: and, as five to sev en million dollars' worth of these oil cakes are annually exported, it would seem to be the dictate of prudence to retain them at home. But the greatest loss in fertility under the system Of Eastern farming consists in the almost total loss of the liquid ma nure produced bv farm animals. The nitrogen, phosphoric acid and potash, which go to waste upon most Eastern farms, greatly exceeds any loss in the sale of milk. They do not seem to be fully aware of this great waste proba bly because they do not think the liquid manure of so great relative value as it really is. If they would completely save and apply the liquid, and make no use of the solid droppings, it would decided ly improve the fertility of their farms. The cost of water-tight gutters for the complete saving of both liquid and solid manure is but a mere trifle compared with the advantages that would result. Western farmers have hardly begun to consider the manure question at all. But as they are quick to see and adopt the profitable system of dairying, they will soon be compelled to consider it, for there is a limit to the fertility of the richest Western soils. There, as in the East, the question of compensation to the so 1 for the loss of fertility in con stant cropping, must be tnet and an swered. Farmers cannot consider it too toon. National Ltvc Stock; Journal. Wipe My Tears! She was nothing but a baby, a little quaint old-fashioned thing, with tumbled locks of sunny hair and deep soulful blue eyes that were always full of clouds or sunshine, one following the other in rapid succession. Only a baby, toddling about after her weary mother, falling down and hurting herself a dozen times a day, and going just as often to hold up a sweet flower-fair face all wet and dewy, with the lisped request: "Please, mamma, wipe my tears!" or to other members of the family in a more dicta torial and peremptory voice: "Wipe my tears!" Either she could not or would not make any attempt at In ilhiilg away the tears of sorrow herself, and some times we laughed to see the shut eyes and tightly drawn features, bathed in a liquid shower; sometimes there was a pitiful a 'cent in that little household wail that made our hearts ache, but oft ener we talked nonsense as we wiped away the pretty drops from the long curled lashes, the dainty cheeks, the small, quivering chin, and we drew .gay pictures of the baby going about with tear-bottles hung around her neck, and crooned her to sleep with an idle repe tition of Tennyson: " Tears, Idle tears I know not what they mean.' And we wondered among ourselves what she would do as she grew older and learned to know real sorrow, and it there would always be some dear one near to wipe away the ready tears as there was now. Ami (xl Himself shall wipe away all tears: We had never thought of Him, and she was still only a baby, a sweet, win some little thing that we thought we had safe in our hearts under lock and key, with love for the keeper, when all at once her tears were dried and ours began to flow, for we all stood beside her, and she knew us not, was insensi ble toner mother's voice, to tears and prayers. There was a short, sharp struggle with the destroyer, hours of insensibility even to pain, and then for a moment the baby woke and knew us, and as she felt the last pangs of disso lution, her dear little face knotted and seamed with the deadly pain, she put one tiny, trembling hand up to her mother and said in a whisper, the old, quaint words: "W-i-p-e ni-y t-e-a-r-s." Then a sweet, glad smile followed, and she was gone where there shall be no more death, neither sorrow nor crying, and Bod shall wipe away all tears from their eyes. Detroit Wrt Jreac. It is said that an acre of wheat will sustain three and a half individuals for a year. An acre of potatoes will sustain ten persons for a year. In Ireland the introduction of the potato has been fol lowed by a decline of every Irish in dustry excepting agriculture. The small amount of labor required for obtaining sustenance from the potato is taken as the measure of necessary labor, and the time gained is profitably spent in de veloping other industries, but is apt to be passed in idleness. It is so the world over, where the earth yields of its abundance almost without toil. The United States Consul at Pres cott reports that il. 200,000 worth of eggs were imported the past year from Canada to the United States free of duty. He recommends that a duty of one cent per dozen be laid on eggs, and asserts that this duty would pay the ex penses of the customs district of Oswe gatchie and Champlaiu, N. Y., and the district of Vermont- USEFUL AJfP SUGGESTIVE. Cream of tartar will clean kid shoes or gloves nicely. If yon have a garden, do not throw away the soapsuds from the laundry; keep it to use as a fertilizer for your flower beds. --A violet disease has broken out in France. A white spot appears on the flower, and it withers at once. It is caused by a very minute insect. It is not generally known that a few sprigs of cedar bush mixed with hay or any kind of litter for hens1 nests, will keep them entirely free from hen-lice. Cotswold sheep have large, hand some frames, well covered with flesh, and a great propensity to fatten. Their mutton is apt to be rather coarse grained. Sorrel generally finds its way into fields which have a thin or poor soil, aud one of the best remedies is to enrich the soil with manure, and a small por tion of lime is often useful. To insure paste from molding put into it a proportion of alum and resin. A few drops of any essential oil will preserve leather from mold, and a single clove put into a bottle of ink will have the same effect upon it. The character of the food will affect the quality of the manure even more than the character of the animal. A diet of corn fodder and straw, for in stance, can yield only a poor manure, because these foods contain very little nitrogen or phosphates. To prevent choking, break an egg into a cup and give it to the person choking to swallow. The white of the egg seems to catch around the obstacle anil remove it. If one egg does not an swer the purpose, try another. The white is all that is necessary. Puffs: Mix four eggs beaten sepa rately and very light, one quart of sweet milk' one pint of flour, a lump of lard about the size of a hen's egg. Have the muffin irons well greased and very hot; pour in the batter and bake quickly. Stir in the whites, well frothed, the last thing and cook at once. The outlook for Western cattle growers is reported as exceedingly llattering. The average lots of cattle during the winter was four per cent, against nine per cent, last year, and the condition of cattle is twenty per cent, better than usauaI. Grass is more for ward, especially in the south west. The shipments will he ten per cent, moie than last year. Prices average $4.25 per head more than last year. There is no disease anywhere. Insects on Garden Yegetables- In some localities one or more of the cabbage worms is still troublesome. The most common of these are the caterpillars of medium sized but terflies, the wings of which are white, with a few black spots; there are three distinct species, but all are similar in their habits. Wherever these butterflies are seen flitting about over the cabbage and cauliflower plants, trouble from "worms" may soon be expected. Safety consists in attacking them early. Some worms eat into the forming head, and when thev have thus hidden noth ing can be done. In small gardens hand picking will answer, but where there are many cabbages this is not practicable. The Persian Insect Pow der, the Pyrethrum, is the best, andasftfe application. There are in some locali ties cabbage worms which come from other buttwilies, but they are to be treated in the same manner. The large green caterpillar, of the five-spotted Sphinx, known as the " tomato worm," is most destructive; it will soon leave nothing but bare stems upon a tomato plant, eating the green fruit as well as the leaves. When tfie tomatoes are supported by some kind of a trellis, as they always should be in a garden, worms may be detected by the quanti ty of large pellets of droppings found upon the ground. Where these are seen the worm should be sought for. Stems without leaves also indicate its presence. When not eating it will be found close to the stems, oh their un der side, and as it is of nearly the same color, may escape notice. The worms are never very numerous, and hand-picking is the best way to deal with them. In spite, of the horn at the tail end they can neither sting nor bite. Frequently one of these will be found with its body nearly covered with small egg-shaped white cocoons, often mistaken for eggs, Worms wTith these should not be de stroyed, as they are too weak to do much damage and the parasitic insects should have time to leave these cocoons, as they are our friends and should be encouraged. The tomato-worm may sometimes be found on potatoes. Amer ican Agriculturist. Rats in Poultry Yards. An Illinois correspondent of the Poultri Yard writes on this subject: Procure an old eighteen-gallon beer or any other cask, " not smaller," which will hold water; knock one end out and cut a piece of board of the shape of the cask to lodge on the top standing end wise. Then cut a nine-inch diamond shape, with a key-hole saw, out of the center of the piece lodged on, and bal ance it properly with two stout darning needles at each side of the diamond, which will work up and down freely if correctly done, and make a level top, then bend a piece of stiff wire in an arch about one foot high, directly over the diamond and suspend in the center of it the bait out of the rata' wav so that they can see and smell it well. Also place four gallons of water in the cask, and grease the sides, and in tlie center, place a brick or stone only sufficient for one rat to sit on with comfort half an inch above the level of the water. The first rat landed, finding itself like Robin son Crusoe on an island, commences squeaking, and draws all his friends and relations. The strongest rat lives the longest, as they all tight for this posi tion as thev drop one by one into the tub, and drown each other. The rate should be fed for a few days on the top of the cask to give them confidence, and the balance made firm for that period. I have seen as many as a dozen caught in one night by this wholesale drop. As a rule, where poultry are over fed there are plenty of rats. "eater Farm Houses. is the general complaint that when a man sells his farm he never gets pay for the improvements. It is generally the case when a man buys a farm he wants such improvements neat, appro priate and useful. Nearly all farm houses are built without regard to ar tistic taste or the least aim at modern improvements. They may be large, but inconvenient, ungainly, low stories and probably located in just the wrong place. No wonder a man of refinement never takes into consideration the cost of such a house. It is really of no vahie. A small, neat cottage, built with taste and judgment, well painted, suitably lo cated for :esthetic taste, and surrounded by a few chosen evergreen trees, instead of its never being paid for, it will aid mere than double its cost in selling the farm. In building a second house farm ers generally build too large, without the convenient arrangements which modem science has invented. A small house, with more architectural taste and even- thing clean, cozy and comforta ble, the owner will stand ten chances of selling at a profit, than where the house is a large, unpainted, shambling con cern, with dilapidated out-houses and tumble down barns. A man with money wants something of use to him and ornamental to the premises- We pleat! for a neater class of farm houses. Iowa stale Register, Hints to Bee-Keepers. An Austrian bee-keeper throws out these ideas that may be of value to honey-producers elsewhere : First of all, let it be your constant aim to keep your colonies as strong as possible. Never allow them to throw more than one swarm whether honey or increase be your object, it matters not. Most emi nent apiarians seem, in this respect at all events, to be unanimous, and so, I think, ought we to be cent, per cent, should satisfy any one ; at all events, try it under favorable conditions and 1 have no fear to leave the issue in your hands. Never, if you can otherwise avoid it, go between the bees and their fly-hole, and you will escape many a sting. When you open the hive prevent jarring as much as possible, for it only angers the bees when you knock the hive about, and makes them readier to attack you ; but never flinch when they shoot only at you or onto your hand, and you will find that you will seldom get a sting. Be sparing of smoke, unless they are really vicious, but then master them by all means. Always remember that it is easier for you to take the bees to a distant pasture than for the bees to take advantage of such pasture. When far away it will not benefit bees much, far less yourself ; it will only be a from-hand-to-mouth affair with them if they have far to go. Never feed your bees outside nor leave any combs about the hive ; see that they have sufficient honey in winter, or in fact at any time, and you will not be much pestered with robbers. Also, never allow a colony to remain queenless longer than a day without giving them the material to raise another queen. Remember the loss a queen is to a colony during a sin gle day when honey is plentiful outside. Then as to putting on the supers. Unless vour stock hive is filled don't expect the bees to go up into the super; it is only when their storage room in the brood hive is insufficient that they will look for room above, and if you act upon my advice in regard to compelling brood rearing you will leave them but little storage room indeed in the brood hive. Of course when brood rearing is pretty well at an end they will fill all empty brood combs with both honey and pollen for winter use, and in case you might overreach yourself and the bees by de priving them of too much, I will show you how you may always be on the safe side. Ascertain the weight of your hive ; add to this about eight pounds the weight of combs and bees and when the hive shows another twenty pounds, or twenty-five pounds, above that, then you may rest satifled that that colony will not perish during winter for want of sufficient stores. "Pitchery-didgery" is not a new game for children, as its name might suggest, but a recently discovered nar cotic in Queensland. The flowers of the plant are dried and pressed into plugs, like tobacco. By chewing a small piece a person is relieved of hunger, thirst and fatigue ; large doses produce absolute insensibility to pain, while a small quid results in a mild but agreea ble exhilaration. If all that is claimed for it is correct, its general introduction will do away with bar-rooms, bakeries and beds. AT. Y. Commercial Adver tiser. Can't find anything to do, young man ? Well, we're tremendous sorry for you. Listen to our advice. Take oC those tight boots, and tighter trousers, put your father's fob chain back in the bureau drawer, give that washbowl hat to your younger brother to play sailboat in the gutter with, and tackle the soil. There are 3,800,000 farms in the country and any quantity of land that hasn't yet been fenced in. You can obtain a price list of a shovel, hoe, scythe ana other accoutrements at any first-class hardware store. New Haven Register Charles Lochbruner weighs about 100 pounds, his wife 200, and their rela tive strength is fairly represented by the same figures. He ostensibly keeps a restaurant in New Orleans, but she is its real boss, as he complains to a police justice that three days in succession she took him across her lap and spanked him terribly. Being arrested, she gave bail to keep ttie peace, though at the same time she avowed her intention to subject her husband to discipline when ever and however she pleased. N. Y. Sun. There is in San Francisco a Chinese firl who swears J.hat during the past ve years she has been owned by six different persons, and was sold at prices ranging from $400 to $800. When the Chinese get hold of a human chattle they never let up until the bones of said chattle are packed up in a jar and labeled for China. The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company is setting out shade trees the whole length of it line between Oswego and Syracuse. Lungs, Llw and Kidneys. These great organs of life, as is known to every one. are most intimately related to each other, and where one is caused to'suflfer, the other two, on account of their sympathetic connection, are unavoidably made to feel the evil effects. Therefore, when distressed with symptoms of diseases incidental to either organ, a medicine that will eire tone and strength to all three. Is Nature's best assist ant in restoring health. Such virtues are beneficial as are contained In Yellow Dock, Sarsaparilla, Juniper, Iron, Buchu, Celery, and Calisaya. All these ingredients are scien tifically combined in that great health renewer, Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. Ask you druggist to get it for you. A little boy, proud of his new jacket. In formed his 6ister that he was a six-button kid. Hartford Timet, Lawrencb J. Avert, of Liberty, Ind., writes: "It was my misfortune to become af flicted, several years ago, with a severe attack of rheumatism In connection with dyspepsia nn'l symptoms of lung and kidney disease. It seemed no medicine would reach my case, for I had tried this and that. My wife was using Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla, and persuaded me to try it. I did so, and used spirits of turpentine at the same time as a liniment. It has effected a complete core THE MARKETS. NEW YORK, Jrnic 10, 1882. CATTLE Exports. . . Cotton HiedUajr. . ..$13 00 tt$l oo m a m Kl.i it'll tiood to Choice WHEAT No. 2 Red No. 1 Spring CORN No. 2 OATS Western Mixed PORK Standard Mess ST. LOUIS. OOTT N Middling BEEVKS Export Fair to Good Native Cows Texas Steers HOGS Commoii to Select SHE BP Fair to Choice FLOUR XXX to Choice WHEAT No. I Winter No. 3 " CORN No. 2 Mixed OATS No. 2 RYE No. TOBACCO Dark Mixa Medium Dark Leaf HAY Choice Timothy BUTTER Choice Dau-y EGGS Choice PORK Standard Mess BACON Clear Rib LARD Prime Steam WOOL Tub-wanhed, medium Unwashed CHICAGO. CATTLE Exports HOGS Good to choice SHEEP Good to choice FLOUR Winter Spring WHEAT N '- Spring No. 3 Spring CORN No. 2 OATS No. 3 RYE PORK New Mess.'.'.'.' KANSAS CITY CATTLE Native steers. ' Native Cows HOGS Sales at WHEAT No. S.-. " No. 3. CORN No. I Mixed OATS No. 2 NEW ORLEAN FLOUR Hiuh Grades CORN W hite OATS Choice - HAY Choice PORK Mesa v BACON Clear Rib COTTON-Middling 6 on 9 (Kl 1 45 a 1 46 . m a l ae 77 78 5s a Hi 20 00 & 20 35 ia UH 8 25 0 8 75 0 00 a 7 DO 4 00 m 5 00 4 00 tt 6 00 7 06 8 30 3 75 O 4 50 5 25 S 00 1 35 a 1 M 1 20 1 30 75 76 57 a 58 7 75 5 oo a 6 oo 7 50 a 9 50 23 00 24 00 19 a 20 16 a 17 20 00 a 20 50 it a 12 i liva 12 34 a 36 23 a 24 8 50 a 9 00 7 50 a 8 50 4 50 a 5 60 6 oo a 7 00 5 110 a 7 00 1 33 a 1 35 l it a i 13 70 a 71 50 a 51 72 a 73 10 50 20 00 " 5 50 a 7 25 4 50 a 5 50 7 00 a 7 75 l 16 a i 93 a 94 75 a 78 ti a 52 s. 6 25 a 7 00 99 a 1 00 70 a 72 29 oo a 30 00 so so a 21 go 13 a u-4 .... m a New York has an association called the "Ichthyophagous Club," which meets once a year and partakes of a fish banquet. Fish has the reputation of creating brain, and perhaps the parties composing this club, after two or three dozen banquets, will have brain enough to change the title of their organization to a name that can be rlrouounced by a member after looking upon a codfish that biteth like a bladder or somehow that way. As American President's pay $50,000 a Tear and bored. Grateful Women None receive so much benefit, and none are so profoundly grateful and show such an in terest in recommending Hop Bitters as wom en. It Is the only remedy peculiarly adapted to the many ills the sex is almost universally subject to." Chills and fever, Indigestion or derangad liver, constant or periodical sick headaches, weakness lu the back or kidneys, pain in the shoulders and different parts of the body, a feeling of lassitude and despond ency, are all readily removed by these Bitters. cowwt. An observant nesxo says: "De man who takes up de moas' sidewalk am not alius tha pussan of de moas' consequence. A fifteen cent drunkard wants ma' room in dU world dan a Judge of de Supreme Court." "Wltk Grateful Feelings." Dr. Fiercb, Buffalo, N. Y. : Dear Str Your "Golden Medical Discovery" and "Pur gative Pellets" have cured mv daughter of Scrofulous SwelUnzs and Open Sores aoout tha Neck: and your "Favorite Prescription" has accomplished wonders in restoring to health my wife who had been bed-fast for e'g'it months from Female Weakness. I am with grateful feelings, Yours truly, T. H. Long, Galveston, Texas. Yottno ladies with artificially clear complex ions shou'd not permit the younr men to kiss them on the cheek if they would become mar ried. To go off quickly, they should keep their powder dry. Boston Transcript. " Do boldly what you do at all." Boldly do we affirm that Kidney-Wort is the great remedy for liver, bowels and kidney diseases; rheumatism and piles vanish before it. The tonic effect of Kidney-Wort is produced by its cleansing and purifying action on this blood. Where there is a graveMy deposit In the urine, or milky, ropy urine from disor dered kidneys, it always cures. Bove fertilizers for grass are said by cheese manufacturers to produce the milk which will make the most curd. Strange that this whey to "cheese it" hadn't occurred to them before. Lowell Courier. Personal. The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., will send Dr. Dye's celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belts and Appliances, on trial for thirty days, to men (young or old) who are afflicted with nervous debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles, guaranteeing complete rcstoiation of vitality and manhood. Address as above. N. B. No risk is incurred, as thirty days trial is allowed. A false prophet is stirring the Egyptians Into a rebellion. In America false prophets merely guess at the weather and sell their al manacs at twenty-five cents each. 1'hiladel phia Chronicle. Golden Medical Discovert" is warrant ed to cleanse the blood from all impurities, from whatever cause arisinx. For Serofula, Sores of all Winds, Skin and Blood Diseases, its effects ace marvelous. Thousands of Testimonials from all parts. Send stamp for pamphlet on 8kin Diseases. Address Wowld's Dispenbakt Medical Association. Buffalo, N. Y. It isn't the beefsteak which people look at when they pound it. The idea is to inform the neighbors that they have made a raise for breakfast. Detroit Free J'ress. "Fair Girl Graduates," whose sedentary lives increase those troublet peculiar to women, should use Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription, " which is an unfail ing remedy. Sold by druggists. Bruakinq an awkward silence: Mrs. Monta gue Smart (suddenly to bashful youth, who has not opened his lips since he was intro duced to her a quarter of an hour ago) "And now let us talk of something else 1" If you have any skin d seases or diseases of the hair or scalp, any itching or discoloration., sun burns, freckles, pimples, rough or dry harsh skin, you hav.e in l)r. C. W. Benson's Skin Cure, a sure, perfect and elegant remedy. Sold by all druggists. Also Dr. Benson's Celery and Chamomile Pills, the standard remedy for all headaches and nervousness. "I wish I could settle this coffee," said an Impatient traveler at a railway restaurant. Try a broomstick," said a moody man with a scratched nose; " that is what everything is settled with at our house." Ladles, If you would be forever redeemed from the physical disabilities that, in thou sands of cases, depress the spirits and abso lutely fetter all the energies of womanhood, ydu have only to get Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound. "Well," says the canvasser, " I must keep walking and talking. That's the way I get mv living, and that's the way 1 got my wife. But she has done all the talking ever since. Good day!" Toledo American. yNo woman really practices economy un less she uses the Diamond Dyes. Many dollars can be saved every year. Ask the druggist. A wittt lady, who Is, however, somewhat f;iven to exaggeration, was trying to tell a riend what a poor appetite aba had, and said: "I eat very little; a flea would be a barbecue for me." "Rough on Rt.s." Clears out rats, mice, roaches, bed-bus, vermin, chipmunks. 15c. CrRiosiTT is always represen ted as on tip toe, which would seem to indicate that Curi osity is a mighty small creature. " Bcchupaiba." Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney Diseases. SI. at Druggists. A maiden wants to know how t avoid hav ing a mustache come on her upier lip. Eat onions, daughter. Reddinq's Russia Salve meets with wonder ful success in all cases of Skin disease. Try it. If the doctor orders bark, has not the pa tient a right to growl? Wakafleld's Blackberry Balsam, for diarrhea. National Yeast leads all other brands. Trt the new brand, "Spring Tobacco." DR. JOHN BULL'S Smith's Tonic Syrup FOR THE CURE OF FEVER an9 AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER. The proprietor of this celebrated medicine justly claims for it a superiority over all rem edies ever offered to the public for the SAFE, CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT ear of Ague and Fever, or Chills and Fever, wheth er of short or longstanding. He refers to the entire Western and Southern country to bear him testimony to the troth of the assertion that in no case whatever will it fail to cure if the directions are strictly followed and carried out. In a great many cases a single dose has been sufficient for a eare, and whole families have been cared by a tingle bottle, with a per fect restoration of the general health. It ia, however, prudent, and ia every case more cer tain to core, if Ha use is continued in smaller doses for a week or toro after the disease has been checked, mora especially in difficult and long-standing cases. Usually this medicine will not require any aid to keep the bo wela in good order. Should tha patient, however, re quire a cathartic medicine. after having taken three or four dotes of the Tonie. a single dose of BULL'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILLS will he sufficient. The genuine SMITH'S TONIC SYBUP must have DB. JOHN BULL'S private stamp on each bottle. DR. JOHN BULL only has the right to manufacture and sell the original JOHN J. SMITH'S TONIC SVRUP, of Louisville, Ky. Examine well the label on each bottle. If my private stamp is not on each bottle do not purchase, or you will be deceived. DR. TOHN BTJTiT.1, Manufacturer and Vender of SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, BULL'S SARSAPARILLA. BULL'S WORM DESTROYER The Popular Remedies of the Day. Frierlpal OIHce, 881 Main St.. I.OI18TILLE, KT. S66 A WEEK in vour own town. Terms and 5 outfit free. Addrs H.Hiloa Co.. Port I and. lis i - MEW ABENTS 6000S iSStiSZ' $4M0HTH-ABEMTSWiJEIr-OI "JS filing art!cJeTn rhe world : I lamplc rrJ Adii. Jmr Broun, Detroit. beet n sa C i 1 1 1 1 PV day at home. Samples wort h &3 D 3 tZU tree. Addreoa Stmsow a Co. Portland, Be. $47 AJrfO N TH and board In yoar eoantr. Men r Ladies. Pleauot Bualneis. Address f. W.&UMhU U. . hvx H, Calcafo, UL W ' r f nf LYDIA E. PINK HAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND. Is s PoitiTe Cnre fW all tHH Falmfkl Ctpllt and fTai mm hihb U mmr beat fuuli yplH . A dtelae for Woman. Invented by a Woman. Prepared by a Women. Tb (ImlMjl eieat BUwj mm tb Bwa of Mwtry. twit rerlres the drooping- spirits, Inrtcoratea and h&rmoalxM the organic functions, giea elasticity end flrmnms to th step, restores t be natural lustre to the eye, and plana on the pale cheek of woman the fresh win of life' spring and early summer time, tf Physicians Use It and Prescribe It Freely- It remorea faint nee, flatulency , destroy aft crarlng (or atlmnlant, and reileTe weaknea of tha stomach. That reeling of bearing down, earning- pain, weigh and backache, 1 always permanently cured by Its use. For tha care of Kidney Complaint of either sea this Cempaand la anaarpaasrd. LTTJIA K. PINCTAsi'S BLOOD PURIFIER win eradicate every Testis of Humor from the Blood, and glre tone and strength to th system, of Both the Compound and Blood Purifier are prepared at 133 and 234 Western Arenas, Lynn, Mass. Prtos of either, $L Six bottles for fit. Sent by man In the form of pills, or of lounges, on receipt of price, fit per boa for either. Mrs. Pink hum freely answer all trtters of inquiry. Enclose Set. stamp. Send for pamphlet. No family should he without LYoIA E. PrfOCHASra LTVEB. 11X.I.S. They cure constipation, biliousness, and torpidity of the lirer. S cents per box. r Mold by ail IruBlta.-a (!) TRUE Temperance Is not signing a pledge or taking a solemn oath that cannot be kept, because of the non-removal of the cause liquor. The way to make a man temperate is to kill the desire for those dreadful artificial stimulants that car ry so many bright intellects to premature graves, and desolation, strife and un happiness into so many families. It ia a fact! Brown's Iron Bitters, a true non-alcoholic tonic, made in Baltimore, Md.,by the Brown Chemical Company, who are old drug gists and in every particu lar reliable, will, by remov ing the craving appetite of the drunkard, and by curing the nervousness, weakness, and general ill health result ing from intemperance, do more to promote temperance, in the strictest sense than any other means now known. Tt is a well authenticated fact that many medicines, especially ' bitters,' are noth ing but cheap whiskey vilely concocted for use in local option countries. Such is not the case with Brown's Iron Bitters. It is a medi cine, a cure for weakness and decay in the nervous, muscular, and digestive or gans of the body, produc ing good, rich blood, health and strength. Try one bot tle. Price $i.oo. Sunday School, Musical, Temperance or School Oa COSTVBKTIOWS, OAKKOT IW" BRTTSB TSiK TO II' amis a, armors aud ADbrr Ditson Co ri ouoioa SERIES or Mcsic P r - SUNDAT SCHOOL TEACHERS cannot help being taken with our truly golden trio of Sunday School Mafjeie. Light and Life.irttS, o vf-vTz-wotr iwi,n ,n" y R. M. McINTOSH. Joyous childhood. BANKER OF VICTORY. S3 CENTS. ABBEY & MUNOEft. In the from rank. Will bo recolvd with a shout by hsppy young sing er. BcacnE,Lsht- o better hymns. lean be found any I where. TJS.NNlir HOFFMAN. SCHOOL TEACHERS WILL NOT FAIL TO USE Son. Hells I30ou j f.ir Otmmon Schools, or Welcome Chorus (!) for High Srbools. LOVERS OF GOSPEL MUSIC WILL LIKE RCA I. K VOICE CHOIR (SOct. ). by Emerson, a It ha a capital -t of tune and hymns, easy to slug and of moderate compass. LYON & HEALY, Chicago. OLIVER DITSON & CO., Boston. Rxlv . A' i ' im mmm otht best, cAssm aw a motf rriimmU food in lh Wiyri. nndtnummndtmf rk1lirm ...Mrf M-ey hlb . It Is "the ' IKVALIOI DIET. RirWi P!'S FO" D raoeivesth indorsement nf phjsi eian of all schools th world r. Iaaansof Meenta, scant SI ttsndei TS, bari n th a ssgnsnrof WOOI.EICH A to. mm e-rery I aba I. MAKE HENS LAY An EngMah Veterinary Surgeon and Chtmist sow traveling in thi country, says that most of th Hors and Cattle Powder aoM Bar sre worth leas trash. Ha aajwsa at Sheridan' Condition Powder are absolutely pure and immensely valuable. Nothing on earth will make hen lay Wk Sheridan' Condition Powder. Doe, on teasnoonfn! to on pint food. Sold every where, or sent br mail for eight letter stamp. I. B. J OH SON A CO.. Boston. Ma.., formerly llansor, Me. Paaaoirs' PTJaeaTrra Pills make new rich blood erssl Ms. sis HmMtCatrW stare. No m.t till larad. Ua. J. HrsniBM, Lebanon, Ohio, ' 1 houaaods of references from psrsens curse. H I RlEeS' iSTack?mBi?saRJn?or a de Iclous. wholesome sparkling Temperance NUrJeW. by aaall for See. C-E.Hu t, or seat reus. IE AAA CAKrflTF lass BOW Filer io fll ever Prle. better than erer. Price Em Circular sad price to swfwww aeitar'onieaiiKindsorsawsothsr Will Agents Address E ROTH A BRO New Oxford. Pa aa 1 V asl Umm waasWtloB. jror art. e. tc. writ THE AULTMAN -raTLOROO . Mansfield. O erjn A WEEK. SUadayat home easily made. J1 LiComtliaotlHtxDm. address Tros fc Os. anata, Ms. fliQA Ier wFeek caa be mad la any locality, fpsyvr Somthlng entirely new for sgeutt 9& oatflt tree. W. UtUKAJEULM fc CV.,ttaalaw. summer ASSEMBLIES STROM'S PECTORAL PILLS A iriE BEMCTT TOE GOLDS AND RHEUMATISM. Ensure healthy pfrrfte, Epnd tifr!' the bowels. A prtcUru boon tn delimit Ing ami bracing the nervous system, i and heslth In every flber of the body. gUU. l'or Pumphlet address P. O. Bo r i ferity ot ti. aooth !vln vigor KT. City. a. NEW RICH BLOOD ! PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS ? Ittood. and will completely change the blond 13 (!' en tire sysrm In three months. Any person who will take 1 pill eaoti aUcht from llolt week may be restored to sourd health, tf iiich a ihlug be possible ' old ev rywhere, or sent by mall for letter stamp. I. S. Joaaaoa A Co.. Bottom Mass , formerly Dai gor. Me. AGENTS (LADIKS OR GENTS) MAKE MONEY FAST SELLING OUR NEW BOOK. Invaluable to All Housekeepers. Useful, Practical and Popular. Address F. I- OWKSH. B30 Fulton Street, Chicago. RAILROAD GAZETTE. JOURNAL OF TRANSPORTATION. Engineering avnd Railroad New a Pebllthed at 73 Broadway, Kew Tort. per annum--postavgw fna, THE ST. LOUIS MIDLAND FARMER Is toe (test nd cheapest Agricultural Monthly. Mo pre Dilutns. No clubs. We simply ask Scents fir eanh (ubst-r)ptton Every Fanner wants It. Kstnlill.lied nine years. Sample copy for 3-cciit stamp. A.tldr'i Mllll. lMi I'ARNKR. Ht. Louie, Mm, Hy i:-H FANCX Alil'Hl lll'TI lor sign palmer. Mcts. Stnnnsrd SIkii -vi'lt r. Stan- dan I scroll Hook. SI. Scrolls and Omniums ape), Japanese Orn.-unental Ion. gj. 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HAS BEEN PROVED The SUREST CURB for KIDNEY DI8EA8E8. IVMilim. back or disordered urine Indi cate that you are a victim P THEN DO NOT IKBSTTATK: ua Kidney-Wort at onos, (drug gists recommend 11) and H wlllapoedily ovmr- looms the dlaeaee snd restore healthy action. nrltae Kor oompiaim peculiar land weaknesses. Kidney -Wort U unaurpaasad. aauive. to vour eex. sucn mm pm a It will net riromDtlT and earojy. KltherBeet. Incontinence, retention ofurlus. j pales, all speedily yield to its euratlvs powT. iS- BOLD BY ALL DKU tr o I rrx 8 . 1-rloe gl. HOME QUESTIONS TO THR Sick and Debilitated. Is It worth while tn endure prtnal tnr tureevery night mm wekfiiliies. Ina bility to sleep, nervous prostriitvin. Ate, when you can bo lrrrm'llnlly rollover and pill KaeilCSlHj cured by so agrooalile a remedy its SAMARITAN NERVINE Does It pay ! be cirnpellod. by debil ity and languor, to ubaiidou aoUvc busi ness when nr.iin. nerve mid muscle run be braced up and the wbolo system enn be restored to a healthy condition by m course of SAMARITAN NERVINE Vou nervous dyspeptics, why ap proach the dlnnor-talilc dally withe pr l flvn disgust for all lbnt Is eavory and delicious, when a rigorous appetite) tow even the plainest fool Is created by Hie use of SAMARITAN NERVINE Is It wise to lire In this btif bt world aathottirh It were tdnngenn, tw xttaritly miserable and discontented, when the worst cases of epilepsy, nervousness nr hyiKicli'iii'tria are cured In a very abort time by such a pleasant nnd whtJneoine . an ozbillcraiit aa SAMARITAN NERVINE Pan It bo possible that any person of m nervous temperament will run the risk of H(xpJer or taralyi when bffw can tone and rTiilaiu ttoa nervous ilenK ten wrtb SAMARITAN NERVINE Is It not a apectee of morn I tnaaii ly for any men bant, mechanic, farmer or traveler to be without the boat know antidote airalnst disease, SAMARITAN NERVINE f 'nslderl nsr the harrneebie; ril lo preeainar nature of tb- fnnotloriiil ! ranirementtti waloti woman Is subject, is tt not aetttniaMnir that any invalid of th" feebler sex should he1tata to seeaf the certain relief afforded, In suchoaeeS by the general operation of SAMARITAN NERVINE TAKE RICHMOND'S CATHARTIC AND NERVINE PILLS for the eare of all disorders of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels. Kidneys, Blad der. Nervous Diseases, Headache, Con stipation, Cosllveneaa, Ac, Tbeae pills are made to work in harmony with our Ban arltan Nervine. FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. aL. 8. 1 " 157 " WHEN WRITIMO TO ADTKRCIsEM please ay yon saw the advertisement In this paper. Advartlaera like to know when and where their al variiseuteuts are pay la hmU Bell s