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hab 'lime is a special
lohdnity be used profitably
Is. od on a greater variety
W -r.other special fertiliz
alLof our clay loons, as
e lki0ghter sells, are dellelient
ent.* Especially is it need
rm4sfromwhich large quai
k live stock or grain, have
' heihabit which cows an1d
k often form of chewing
her or boards, Is a special
f Its defielency 'In the sol
ey feed. The cheapest and
obtain superphosphiate of
urchase the materials, con
iurie acid and 1ine ground
one carboy of about 175 ibs,
'Igth, to 500 lbs of bone.
'spaper men and scientil
y to discourage fariers
J tiemsclves, telling them
sukto buy it of phosphate
gesi advice helps to enrich
iu by increasing their
' expense of the fair
I Y34.euanger or difficul
nhifacture o1 it. if (ie care
d'andling the acid to avoid
It or spattering on the clothes
it is well to wear old woolen
and over-clothes which are not
luable. so if you burn a few
will be but a small loss. If
I is poured out with a steady
.nld quite slowly, it will seldom
. buy the bone from at local
Shere I can see it ground, and I
'it to be pure. I prefer steamed
t. any other form in which it is
d. It Is better than raw bone,
e it contalus less water, is more
16, and the grease, which is not a
lizer, but is a damage, is also re
*teaming. Inl a ton of dry
one we.get more polulds of
orie acid, and if it is not steatmed
ng, nearly as much nitrogen its in
bone, while bone charcoal is entire
stitute of nitrogen. .In preparing
1phosphate I use a .roun0 1 ), two
Teh I make by dividing a molasses
lead. This tub may not be its idur
npwTJir. Nichols' square box linedl
but it works very well, attd
last several years if properly
Id after washing anld soak
Do usedl for selliIg Ioos.
ENCE.-lt, would scemt tlat.
tIunderstanld the great ex
-Adnees. A forty-acre piece of
sitire, will reqire :320 rod s
an Ue) of (ence to enelose il1; 1i not
r4ie i bet longer one wiay, it, will
st1 more fence to surround it,. At.
very least, fence will cost $1 per
,making a cost of $320 'o enclose,
ty acres of gromiud ; then if if, .etu
Ao foilr lots. with a 1fentce atcross It
dh wa3' (blie shorrest thatnn be done),
rods more, adding $100 to Ihe cosi
thie small farimi fence; inl all, $180 or
per tnere-e11rtail 11y ia serIous ex pisI
Sutit t wold he much10 better ex
tided inl manure or ertilizers. 'l'Is
pInse for fecmies canl he nearly all
ad-by having at law reItiliring all
ners to kcep IIl) or ike care of I heir
ek. whitleh woul Id be a m htielniape r
er atlonl than11 fencing agailist aill 1he
' "it~ck of the comiittey. I n some States
pdople are req(tlireu to keep 111 their
\ stock, anmd after trying it, they found it.
esirable; mid when tin ellort was made
have the law repealed. the- peopile
ose attd petitiotned In such force agiist
t tht --he e'orr, faIled and was aba n
ond, ndwhere the mIensur ieIs in
TTn e% the fences of (lie farmt cost
Sore thtan the land is worth which they
It OMc dlog linieler' ori breeder coitld
V ke a haindsomne sum by givintg hiIs
itlin to the raisinug and~ t raiinig of'
Phe(rd dlogs. There is a large d~e
und f'or w~ell traitnedd(ogs aul t.hiroutght
heo sheep growing r'eglons of' the
-l 3,andt as thie flocks of' sheep imultLi-I
LAMns.-Eariy iamibs tmay' he putshcd
~ .forward by3 giving etem a Jittle cow's
' milk. TIhey wvillI soon learn to dritik
-this from a pan. kTe milk should be
,~gven, warm fromi a fresh cow, a quar
"'~ter of a pint to a meail. IDo not ovetr
A ft di any young aiuinia; that. tards,
stead of asslstinmg gr'ow.
~Milk whieh is tuned or chanitged
may be sweetened and1( roedeed fIt for
use again b~y stirring in a little sodai.
"The iloys Neet."
Several year's ago a farmeir In (lie
State of New Yor'k senit hIs son Rollinm
to drag a newly-plowed field Iie was
to drive a young ox-leanm and his fatth
er' in quite a pompous mannert said:
"'Now, remember, no boy's play13 with
this team I" Rollin saId lhe wiouhll dO as
Wwell as lie could, and stated for' his
Swork. Alter thie farmerct had looked to
other' matter's on the farm, and. assured
himself that all wias moving along
properly, lie started to the fiel to look
after Rollin and~ the team. Now, Rol
lin had (lone wyell, anid ever'ythi-ng had
-gone along nicely until just ais te fai'
mrer reachled the cornmer of the flel
'when time drag caught iu atn old stumup,
I "aring a p~arit of it ofl' and( bintging ott
active nest of y'ellow jackets. Whtent
efarmier caime in sight, what was hIs
onishmient to see the oxen kiekintg
Iumilng and pluinglng aheadi~, and1(
llin apparently imtlaiting t heir move
re ?" screamed the fattheri in no ver'y
?itlenmannor. "I guess we're in a
rnet' net,"answet ed the frantie
Riollitn. "In a boy's nest, I guess I
letre I gIve me the wvhip,"' said the en
a 'ed father, "and I'll see wh'iat this
1 )rnets' nest amoutnts to!." So, away
1o startedl after the frghtened team,
ntent uplonl hastily bingig order' out
f confutsion. Hie had jgone bitt a fe~w
tops, however, when the hiornets met
im, and lie evidently forgot time teain
Sd all former Intentions, threw away
whip, amnd to all appearance, be
'ie absorbed in daning a jig, at the
., ne tIme furIously slapring isl unof
inlg trowers, and now amid then
hJfers, in a most frantle amid shock
#ananner. Rolhlin whio had found
ful quarters over the fence, now
tedi back: "'How do you lIke 'a
nest,' father?" Jiollin is no0w a
amnd. the farmer Is bowed, downi
time *weight- of over fourscore
et lie' aunghs in a ver~y quiet
sed whenever RIllin rofers him
1Aw lut I ifr Ooiugh, colo,
de iOG~' *ry r Bro -
a be o u
The Herreshoff Toipedo-Boat - The
new torpedo-boat recently purclhased
by the British Government from the
Ilerreshoff Works, Bristol, R. I., ap
pears to have given satisfaction to the
Lords of the Admirality. The now
vessel has the appearance of a not very
symmetrical cigar-shaped boat covered
in at the top, the gray color of which
renders her almost undistinguishable
at even a comparatively short distance.
She is barely 591 feet long and 7,1 feet
wide, and when thoroughly equipped
for service will -not weigh more than
seven or eight fins. She has a com
posite hull built below the water-line,
with a steel frame, and a skin of wood
and a steel plate above. She is pro
polled by a single compound, direct
acting condensing engine, the diameter
of the cylinders being 6 inehes and 10.'
Inches, with a stroke of 10 Inches. Into
the stoke-hole, whleh Is inclosed, air
is forced by a Sturtevant blower, (IrIv
en by a separate engine of 2)j horse
power, and the steam is supplied by a
Hlerreshoff patent steam generator, hav
ing a coil of 2-Inch pipe about 300 feet
long. This muode of producing steam is
said to have the advantage over the or
dinary boiler of being more rapid ia I.ts
action, of being absolutely free from
the risk of explosion, of obviating the
danger to the safety of a vessel which
arlses whenever the belier happens to
be struck by a ball, while the genera
tor is only one-third of' the weight of a
boiler of the same power. The boat is
covered with a superstructure of steel
platea, for the purpose of protecting thle
machinery as well as the men, of whomy,
she would proba:ly carry seven or
eight, from rifle hullets. The screw is
placed under her centic, but a'earer the
stern t-han e bow. At a recent trial
she Irealiz d a speed of a little over
eIghteen miles .an hour, and wot
through a variety of matuuoavres with
great rapidity and precision.
Scientific Reliance on Soap.- )r. Rich.
ardson leetuired recently iI Philadelplia
on the germ theory of disease. lie ae
know ledges his oAligation to Tyndall
for his Inicrosul'ic investigation on all
dust, spores, and other comforting and
salutary topies. It is worth wihile for
common people to learn that 50,000 ty
phu1s germs will thrive in the circum
ference of a pin head or a visible glob
ule. It Is worth while for them to note
that these germs may be desiceated atd
he borne, Ilike thistle seeds, every w here,
and like demoniacal possessionls, may
jm nIII Ieoiselessly down any throat.
But there are Certain things Spores cana
not stand, aRcordi n1g to t he latest ascer
tatned resnlis of science. A water tem
p-ratunre ot 120 degrees bolls themn to
death, and soap chemically poisons
Ilivem. llere sanitary andi mcroscople
seience come together. Spores thrive
in low ground and under low conlit
ions of ile. For redempt.ion, fly to hot
waitter and soa), Ye whto live in danger
of malarial polisolilg. lot water Is
aI'tary. Soap is mnore s1anitary.
Fight. typhllig, 8s1all-pox, yellow fever,
111d 'IgIe with 801a). SOa) IS a board
Almosphi'ric Elratrict1 and Plant
Growth.- Atnospherie electrlcitv Is, ae
cordlig to M'. Grandeau, a powerful a
gent in the process of assimilation of
plants. Plants brotected from its in
Iimence bu1( ll) GpO to 00 ier eon t. less
of nitrogenous matter than those sub
jec. to ordinary condliions ; the propor
tioni of asth Is n igher and of wvatei' low
or. ini the auth or's experilments dliffer
ent splecies of growing plants were In
el1osedi wIthin an tl iectric screen consist
lug of fouri triangles of ironi. Thle
plalns eSoxperimnented upon01 were umaizi',
tobacco and1( wheat-twvo sp~eelmiens of
each-of which the one was screened
froml atmfosphieric electricity, the other
not. '1'hie results of these experimenOts
agree fulily wvithi the d1iscovery maile
some1 time atgo by Blerthelot, thlat free
iitrogen unit es wIth organic matter
under the actIon of electric cutrrents
not only from ord Iinary indul~cj.1on-colils,
but. cven from feeble vatltale batterIes.
The prop~ortioni of niitrogenl thus f1xcd
inl sevena months in ptaper andi dextrine
wvas 102 thousandths.
Sinigtular Phenmenon. - In the early
winter a singular phenonmenon was re
po-ted to have oeccared in the port of
Smyrna. Tlhe salt water in the harbor
froze, wile the fresh water in the city
showed no trace of ice. The fact w'as
thle more extraordinary because . the
tormer requires a much greater degree
of cold to congeal it thant the latter. A
singular event recetly happened at
flavre. Trhere had been a white frost In
the morning, but tile thermometer had
[bilen so little that the pools of ra'n
water about tile str eets hi ud barely a trace
of ice on their e iges. By an absolutely
lanex pl ienble con tradiction, tihe sea-wva
te'r in tile commerelal harbor basin was
enltirely covered withl a thick layer of
iee,-!i ci rcumnstance which had not oc
curred even (luring tile severest cold of
the past season.
Divisibilit j of Gold .- A gr~din o f gold
has beeni foulndl to admtiit or being dlvi
died into ninelty-li Ve thlousand millions
of visible parts; t hat as, by the aidi of a
mlicrot e >pe mlagn i tying one thousand
TheIi Wrontg WIn~dow.
Some year's ago old J1udge Dash, of
Maine, accomnl) i1ed1 by his wife, v'is
Ited New York. TIhe Jud((ge "putt ump"
at the talvern (downl by tile Battery.
Before retirIng for the night, andt aifter
Mrs. lasha had retired, tile .Judge
w~outld hlave a bath. I laving per3
formed his abolutlons, tile Judge look
ed aroundc for some receptacle into
wvhilch he might turn the comntents of
T.lhere was nothling at hiand, andi rathl
er' thlan sunmnonl a ser-vant, thte ol geni
tlematn conceived the idea of throwing
the water out of the wilndowv.
So, mtountintg a chlair, he0 oplented a
little square winldow, which lhe thouighit
openled Into the b~ack yard, and puittling
the bowl tharoulgh It, dlellberately emup
tied its Contents.
A h~owi of rage greeted the ears of
the good 01(d judge, accompanied by fe
male errlas, and 10oud objllrationts In a
"Wlhat in creation are you up to?"
"What itn ereation are you prowling
a'otund at this o'nighat for?" replied
"Yoit ought, to be0 at home w~ih y'r
But the povr felloiv oish~le hlad beenf
qj~gItly si~eoping ii bedh ieii big b~ttecr
half, anI thle I stp Window wichel the
PoULTIoMs.-'Jho e$i'ot. f poultices Is
probably diffdrent from that of blisters,
althou'h i ultimately productive of sin
1iar relief; for, if we take tha mistance
of a linger belg 'nilamed in comte
queice of a thorn :,aving run into it,
we find that we can relieve the pain in
two ways, either by putting the hand
Into cold water, or by plunmgig the
finger Into a warm poultice. Both of
these measires, apparently so dissimi
lar, will produce a like result lin rel-rd
to the inflamed point; that is, both .. III
lessen tihe pressure of blood In the ves
sels where stasis has already taken
place, The cold, applied to the whole
of the hand, will cause tihe arteries
leading to the finger to contract, and
thus diminish . tIe supply of blood
to the inllamed part, and lessen tihe
pressure In th'e blocked capillaries. The
warnm poultice will also lessen the pres
sure, not by diminishing the flow of
blood to tlhe part, but by (ilLating the
vessels aroutnd the polit of sttsis, and
all'ording tihe blood a ready exit Into
the veins. InI the case of internal
organs, the blister applied to the skin
probabiliy acts like the cold water aip
plied to the Mager, while the warimi
poultice placed upon the smrface of the
thorax or -ahdomen all'ects the deeper
lying orgams in the same way as It
does the superfielal Ones, tihe warith
pietrating throngh time tlin thoraeic
"r abdoin al parietes. On this account
when we wish to relieve )ainm in tihe
ciest or belly, we ought to make our
poultices Il a particu lar way. The
common practice of mixing time linseed
meal with hot water, -and applying it
directly to the skii, is quite wrong, be
cause if we do iot wish to burn the pa
tient we must walt unitil a great por
tlon of the heat has been lost. The
proper metiod is t0 take a flannel bajk,
(the size of the poultice required) to
ill this wit'h the linseed poultice as hot
as it canl possibly be made, amnd to put
between this andl(] the skin a second
13ce of Ilaniiel, so that tihere shall be
at least two thicknesses of* flannel be
tween the skin and the poultice itself.
Above the poultice should be more
liannel, or I piece of cotton wool, to
prevent it from getting cold. By this
method- we are able to appiy -t1(h linseed
mIeal boiling hot without burning time
patient., and the heat, gradually diflums
iig through tihe lalnnel, affords a grate
ful sense of reli'f which cannot be ob
tained by other means. There are few
wvays in which such marked' rellef' is
giveni to abdominal pain is by the ap
plicatoion of a poultice iII this manntier.
TimnES oF TAKINo FooD.-Nature has
flxed no particular hours for eating.
Whein the mode of life is uniform, it is
of great importance' to- adopt' fixed
hours; when it is regular, we ougit to
be guided by the real wants of the sys
tem as dictated by appetite. A strong
laboring man, engaged in hard work,
will require food oftener and in larger
quantities than ai indolent or seden
tary nam. As a general rule, live
hours should elapse between one meal
and another-lomiger, it' the mode of
life be Inmdolett, shorter, If it i very
aetive. When dinier Is deliyed seven
or cighit, hours after break last, sommie
sight, rresh mnen.t should he takeni be
tween. Youmg persos WIen grow ig
fiast, require Imiore lood aiul at shorter
intervals tLimit Ihose do will) hiave ar
rived at matrity. CIildren unimder
seven years ol' age, uisuially ieed rood
every timree iours; a piiece of bread
wvill be a hmealthmy muntch, iaid a1 cill
seidotm enits bread i.o excess. Th'iose
personts whmo eat ia inte supper shiould
niot lake brmeatkfast thI oneC 01' two hours
at ter' risinmg. 'l'hmose wh Io ine t lte,( amnd
eatt nothmimng afitetrwards, retuir Cte trek
fast, sooni mft~ iig
Sim:nm B i'Fwi.-Fivye pondms of time
shiamik, boiledi five hourms, with celery
seed. l)r'ain oil' the gelatine tihenm, anmd
thop thme mea~it verys lilne. Add p~epper'
andi~ salt, to sill, time taste, andi pumt it, 1muto
a clOth, otn a platter'. Coverm it witm
t~he clothm and( press it.
Gx~nMAN TO'A'r.-Ctt ito slices a
loaf' of milk, twob oggi and1( a little salt..
lery iu equal. par'ts of lird amid butter'
till they are. a lightL brown on both
sides.. This dish is quickly preparuimed
fom' a dessei't amid ;may be eteno witm a
Wild hay is time nam', givetn by the(
Swiss to hay made from the gras's grow
inig 0on sipis of soll to be found on the
Alps, at a heighmt of f'rou 5,000 to 0,0'00
feet, In places so dit~icult of access, thamt
even the goat-hierd amid hmis venturesome
tlock forbear 'to visit them. This hay
ia so valtiable from iti excellent quality
andi delicious aroma that a regular hay
harvest is yearly undertaken on these
uinaccessible paces ini spite of the dan.
ger to life and limb itavolvedl in the at
tempt. Thelm hay makers are shod with
iron, and secure themselves with ropns
to some sure hold when In especially
dangerous places, but fatal accidents
ocemur every year. JIt is reckonmed that
one man Can make A hundred weightof
ha y daily. Thi~ hie eithmer carries hiome
at nighmt in ani et slung over his simould
cer or etaeoks it on the muuntain, wvhence
it Is removed in a sledge when thme
snow comes. Th'le wIldI lay is essemntlal
to the mainteniance of tihe Alpinme cattle,
tihe p~roduce of thme -valleys. being in15snf
fioleunt for' their Wintei' keep', besides
boeing df inferior #iualty to this hard
woni Spoil from those nooks in time ever
imasti ng hills upon which the sunm's rays
stili linuger whmen Slhey hmave long sIn'ee
left time valleys.
A LaSINo Jom~.-A pr'ominernt phy
.emuhn of 'ittur'gh aald jokinugly 10. a
h11dy3 patienit wi ho wa'ts comuplaining of
hert contdimnued lii hmealit, amid of his in-.
,amIlity tocuire hter', "iry flop Iitters 1"
le h ly took it in earnemst timd usedi
thme Bitters, fromi which site obialumed
permanent health. She nioty laughs at
time doctor for his Joke, biut he is nmot so
well pleased wIth It, as it cost himn a
Thirteen cents ilimoh cost of fIve gals
ions of soft soap, ma~de from1 one pound
of Dobbinsa' Eteotrie Sap, (miade by
Cragiin & Co. Phila.) amnd thme soft soa'p
will go farther titan ma dollars' worthm of
common soap. Try it.
Theo Crowninmg uisecovery..
All the "phmonie" of' tis phenetli ago
are surpassed 1mn practIcal benefit to
"mankind, by the discovery of Allan's
Anti-Fat, time great and only known
remiedy for obesity, or' gorp uency. It
produces no weuakidss 'or otl er mn pleas
ant or Injuriomus effect, its action being
simply con ined to regulatIng digestlen,
lng, elements of th'e food.lSol b
I :,in,. 18 1878
IomNEC Co ,jffJyI
Wr AND IIUMOR.- A till!, gat
shopkeeper ran down the p)ier, cryli
" Save the red-head one i For heave;
sake gave that man with the red head
This started the people to work, ia
they saved1 him. The tall, gaunt I
waited to see that life was not quite (
tinct and then turned away with '
remark, "1 I wouldn't have had that im
drowned for considerable. le ov
me sixteen dollars." "1 Well, ther
-mething in that," said one of I
bystanders. "I expect a man doi
know how valuable he Is in this woi
till lie owes somebody some mon<
"I'heii folks want to know where I
goin'." A stage-driver in the Wh
mountains when asked what lie thoun
of the Notch, reblied, " Well, I %
born arotnd here, you know, al
don.t inind it.so nitich. But-If I shot
go.down to New York, I reckon likt
I'd gawk. aronnad considerable myself
A dozen years ago there use to comt
rusty old dealer in farm produce
Boston. One Saturday night, havi
sold everything but a keg of api
sauce, le exchanged thi 119 in tailo
shop for an overcoat, which the tall
told himn fitted him perfectly. Ne
morning, oi the meeting-house stel
all his friends began to disparage I
purchase. "1 Why, it's aill puckered 1
behind; it don't touch you nowhere
" Well,'' said the farmer, " I couldi
see It behind when I bought it, but
took his word for it; 1he seemed to be
nice sort of a man. But I guess I all
got-much. the worst of this trade, aft
all. I guess when he coines well do%
Into that, tir keg of apple sa1ss, wc
down toward the middle, I guess he
find it just about as puekery Its ti
During the existence of the Dorr I
bellion in Rhode Island, the leader
the insurgents drew 1) his mi1en) Oil t
summit of a ill lear Provide
Pointitag to the advatteing troops I
said :" Yonler, my men, come ti
enemy, the aristrocrats who would ri
you- of yotir. sitifrages. Fight 'em
your last gas), and, if you have to .r
treat, do so with your face to the ft
selling your lives dearly at every 't
you Itake, and (its the troops can
nearer) as I'mi a little ]--tile I guess I
A small boy was hoeing corn 1in
sterile [fleId .by the roadsidhe, when
lasser-by stopped an'd-said, "'Pears
ie your corn is rather stuall .'' " Ce
tninly,'' said the boy, "it's f1*a
corn.'' ' But it looks yellow.'' '1 C4
(ain ly,'' rep leid the oy, " we plantc
the yaller kind.'' " But it looks as
you wotuiln't get more than half
crop.'' "1 Of course not," said the bo
' we planted her on shares.''
" Yotn TTonor, tihe defendmt wi
making at great, deal of noise, and wv
swearing at mtte." " Diiti he spe
English i" tked the detendant's coti
sel. " No, sir; lie spoke Italian.
" Then how do you know he w;
swealriig it you?'' "Why, I con
tell by tihe wrinkles in his [ac," r,
tlih d the oflicer.
FtusT nrChin :" When a doctor ge
siok, what makes 'em get another do
tor to give 'em tnedlicine Y" Secot
tirchtin : " 'Cos they cin't take thei
owil InledIicine-it's too imean. T1l
g1ive it to other t'folks."
A N o.) lady sid to a street vagabon
" My good man, where Is the.' Olroi
11 rinls'?'' TIo which the street vag
bomid, offerin tg his owni atnls, reliek
" lere they is, mumtt, aln' oil'era
"Gioon diay, Muse 1 1low youl v
clhanged I Votidnt't neOver hafe know
you1~ l''" Brt mly Iinel) is not Most
sir." " Kreat hefenas! your nai
A conntest'oxNtS'r at Glen's Falls,
Y., wrItes: " Milk is only two cent
quarut here. Theil water power in tIl
pla1ce is not iused for' matitfit'atri
.A 1.0-r of~ boot,backs sltting onl
eutrb-s.one mnay not he Inidlia riibt
boys, thouagh they are gritter plerche;
Tfits butcher whio sells ox--aill
SOiup tad calves' headls l'or dinner01 ii
dIoubtedly anakes both enltls meat.
TIo nIEtov1e painut Iroml the wiall
batck up agatunst it before it-gots dry,
Wn.Na n'ani hatsn't it red lie gi
bitte. And things look black.
T1itne principal m~eat of lovers is nme
inc at the chtllreh door.
l'r 'rAas-s a Frenich writing miater
drive a foreigml hand.
A onci to young ladies-lf your ft
is prietty, slhoe it.
for tn offer'. Otlggrl'i
Thjankc God for Anakeas!!!
WVxt.m;Frarrr, M A a. , April 10, 187f
Id~saus. Nxum&r'rsn & Co.
.Dear sirs: E~nciosod you1 will Iand one doll
for which please send meI a 1.ot of Anake,
DIrect it to Mu ford Rich, Jr. , WVohileet,, 1I,
stable Co., Mass. Mv wife has enfr.aro-l Iori
with piles f6y ten years, and ha(1I tied all kui
of remedies that she couhild har of with<
mluch~relief, Laat suanor. I haippened to It
of Anaaketsis when I was in lBost .n and a
procured a box anid sihe experieniced limedi
roelef. She saysa e can, axclaim with t'ho et
brated professor': 'Ithahk Glod for A nuakes
She gavo p'art of the contents of the t.ox tI
friend of her's in Provineat'wn, and ti
helped her so tha'.she sent the nxt day a
bought some. Tlhe most of the inha ,itants~
this placo and vicinity are sea-faring po
and by -being exposed to wet and cold,a
hard pulling at rope.s, nine1 out of ten ero ti
bled with piless an1 have tried so many ret
dies withmout relIo( tha: they tire discoura
and have no faIth in anyt'hing, bttt 1 know I
they are a good arkeloe. Now I wi tell
my plan; I am a yhddlnr and travel iu Da
stable county' and times are so hlard
money Is veiry searco. but, If Icau~ afford Itt
summer I want'to buy abouit a doxent boxes
pups ogive away to the ulnbelievers, all
hnkthtby so dolngr and 1ien acuainl
w th so many people, that I could .~ uph qi
a trade i A nakesis if you would give me
solo right of this county.
MU11.'ORD RlOH,. Jm
Anakenifs is sold by all first-class dlragi
Price Si 00.per bn: Ramplo'- mailed fre<
all stfferers, en appulcationi to. 1P. Neps aet
& Coti 130,9-16, blow York.
iTravelling lb Extra-Ha~mardouts.
If the tour'at is tinpt'ovlded "ith some me
inal rbedut-do. *Ohtih86s.of topnporaturo,
atid water of an tliAoostomed'or' uw
Boind qiality, and a r ,ute that lies in
tropics ot oithet regIons whore malarIa oxl
.,aro each and all fraught with danger to
whoe ben iprovido enough to no t
a eqeltal sok. . ebnqursent t
moy 6f in o/aeNr by lauidi and sea
tablishos the fattat Hiostetter'd Stoni
JBaters enables those who use ii to encoul
den and ulnexpootedt exigenois. it is p1
Jtarly V~idable~r DilSordefso6t6 aliver,
bowels and the stomach, andma'
*;ejuiAhhih apd n qtsAhinIfo~e tbro 1
W&I.O I t~A9J. AI e~V(Dt
WYotba iv~rIs D16ddet E'io 7t'3
man Bitters will sot ityight.
WOltMS'. WOIs. ITO AM ,
r E. F. Kunkol's Wprmt Syrup never falli to
destroy Pin, Seat ad Stomach Worms. Dr.
Kunkol, the only succosful physician who re
lid moves Tape Worm in two hours, alive with
anll head, and no fee until removed. Common
x- sonse teaches if Tape Worms be removed all
he other worms can be readily destroyed. Advice
at office and storo freo. The doctor can tell
whothor or not the patient has worms. Thou
s sands are dying, daily, with worms, and do not
8 know it. its, spasms, cramps, choking and
he suffocation, sallow complexion. circles around I
alt the eyes, swelling and pain in the stomach,
.Id restless at night, grinding of the teeth,pitking
.Y. at the noso, cougb, fever, itching at the seat,
heaacho, foul breath, the patient grows pale
0 and thin, tickling and irritation In the anus
Ito all these symptoms, and more, come from
ht worms. E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never
as faili to removo them. Price, $l 00 per bottle,
or nix bottles for $5 00. (For Tapo Worm,
lid write and consult the Doctor.) For all others,
buy of your druggist the Worm Syrup, and if
PI, hoaasit not, send to Dr. E. F. kunkol, 259
. Ninth, street, Philadelphia, Pa. -Advibo by
i mail, free; send threQ-cent stamp.
to E' F.. Kunkol's Bitter WIno of IXon.
nig | Gives tone to the stomach. It improves the
ole appetite and assistu digestion ; excitos' the
. I bowels to healthy action, expelling all the foul
,' humors that con'aminate the blood, corrupt
the accretions and offend the breath. It ox
Xt cites the liver to a healthy action and strength
)8, ens the nerves Impirting that glow to life that
ils proceeds alone from perfect health,
p Thousands'inall walks of life, testify to the
o virtues of this excellont me-licine in corroot
Ing the derangement of the d'gestivo organs.
Got the genuilne. Sold only in $1.00 bottles,
or six bottles for $5.00. Ask for E. F.
KUNxEL's and tako no other. If your drug
It Igists Ilan it not, send to proprietor, E. F.
(,1r KUNF., No. 2'>9 North Ninth Street. Phila
delpia, Ila. Advice free ; enolose three cent
FOn PIMPLF's on the Face, uso Ifieskell'a Tel
ler Oitment. It never.fails to reinovo them,
of IF TIIOUnB.D with Constipation, take Hoof
e and's Ge rman Bitters.
IF YOU Would Enjoy (Good Health, Take
Hoofland a German lillera.
C, This dreadful diaease, the doctors tell us, is
T .i the blood, and believing this to be true, we
M advise every sufferer to try Durang's Rhou
II matie Remedy. It is taken internally and
positi vely curos the worst case In the shortest
a time. Sold by every Druggist in town.
to Iv You are Dypoptilc l0ofland's German
r- Bitters will cura you.
I The Gospel of Joy I
The Gospel of Joy 1 y, A ,1aigin o
18 1. Deti oal - l t .1
G.ospel Wi, eg,;, ti..ap DMoitigs. DUV~tuMf 11 Cootj
is Ing" avail .1.11iiuay Bel .),oil,
'IS8I BRev. iu-i. ALMAX and S. H. SPrwK.
,k n cotlns a larg nbor of new and Tery n
loo rir fi) niws and f'iii,'. I Ile g o.-oni bLt is Ilery
1- c hi-ri a aitif lprilt, te b31i a coll'ectonm that has
a,, lonlt o tiny atid sing utl,,,ut
s" I Tilin of Oreat Joy."
Iloth w rA4 nd usaro of an elevated chiarac
I i , C .. m,,, hut thaunisei,,i I-) 3bortiota. ot refined
. an t i u . e imt- e a, prev alent lit
naoty reco-ut cump- 'sithi:na but bent carofully avoLid..d.
I Jrlc-i 3 cents, to which sp 'ciaon capted will be
inailed to, any) a idr.ss.
C See Decoration Day bitlue In the Musical Record,&e
! Good News! oo3k. hs taln
vilsof r ri zds. Mi lot fail tu extunino uand try It
'Ilieria siri 2lui H )iiC. fit tii e minipalitime or at tectlosi
li, wa h great tesae and ali titas been ditpa yod.
l~XtttUOLiflO''.ut it sicr' antd -rii itlvor or
L.te," two at tnt-lrd bo ,ki of greai beauty.
<, Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston.
J. E. DlT'S0N & 00.. 922 ehoatnut Sit., Phil.
2 BLA TCHLEY'S PUMPS
IC The Old Roliable
Ncw Prico List, Ja 1,18'79.
C. G, BLATOHLEY
MORGAN & HEADLY,
2Importes of Diamonds
to Il~atl'1so ~c~~s
)Ot Si. BANSOM Street,'Phildephia,
Illustrated Price IList lent to the tradei
dy - en apication.
fl PANOB8 t.*- -f.tro' y
tOght Westnern-2Ot BorderPane
r er I ad iseanac ofor oqaf e a uP.'
i/ad sp t. bn or i(an Youngre. No deuLa
80y MclURDY 0 Co0 , 2 f B. 5th Ste. hl.i V*
,Lithfl eonteieOeg Redy
h~Jand se te A Ceeor dand Tlon sNo dl
'oy MCURE81* C.,6 8. *"-hs.,hfada"t
thf CASo le e '
Per OTO. "'"
Liv op erS* *me dye
tih 10 o, an I'leIn, U o t
the flolll 1 ren taga or Di iQt~lLvy n
oree o bwspi 5anmtttle
BoIatle ,age3, Mieh.
OR[GINAL AND ONLY GENUINE
HE aIatchales Grain-Saing. Time-Saving,
taieie=.as tone.inig Thireshea ort hi ay aulu enra
"'dr "'cond' uii "tor 're ilpid Work, P'etNet Citantug,
and for Sating (rain fron Wasjuge.
TEAK Power Threshers a Specialty. Special
ires of Separators mado expreasly for Steam Power.
OUlt Unrivaled Stean .Threshor Engines,
f'both Portabte and Tractio, weith Vatijabie Improve.
mnents, (ar beyond any othcr nak or kind.
IIE ENTIRE Threshing Expenses (and often
Exrthree to live times that amount) can be made by the
Xatra Urain SAVED) by these Impiroved Mac&ines.
GRAIN Ralsots will not submit to the enor
milous wastange of Grain and the Inferior work dons by
alt other machines. .hen once poted on the dttlercnce.
N OT Onl Vastly Superior for Wheat OafN
al. y.and like (railis$ but the ONLY AUCCOem.
fut Th=es.e i-ax Timothy. IMilet. Cloter and lik
eeds. Requires n tnatttehments" or "rebuitding " to
chmnge from, Grain to.Seeds.
.N Thorough Workmanship, Elegant Finish,
l'erfeation of Partsr. compieteness or Equi:pment, etc.,
our "VinATon" Thresher Ounlts are Incomparabte.
M ARVELOUS for Simplecity of Parts, using
vilosq than one-half thle tisnat Hltls and 0oara. Makes
Clean Work, with no Ittteriigs or Saentterdigs.
0R Size of Seiarators Made, Rangin
d Si Tselve- .orso sle, And twostyles of Meu
IOR Particulars, Call onl our Dealers or
write to us fur illustrated Circular. which we mail free.
(A i1edielne, not a Drink,)
UOPS, BUCIHU, RIANDRIAKEr
AnxD IrM PunisT AND BarsT IuboAx. QtrAxrrr
OF ALI@ 019B BITrals.
ffM 'X0-" COTI 3
I Diseases of the Stomach, Bowels, Blood, Liver
idneys, and Urinary Organs. Nervousness, Sleep
essnoss and especially Feualo Complaints.
81000 IN aOLD.
ill be paid for a case theywill not cure or help, o
or anything Impure or injurious found in them.
Ask your druggist for fop Bitters and try then
efore you sleep. Take, no other.
OP C0o0 COna Is the sweetest, safest and best
a D1P PAn for Stomach, Liver and Kidneys .
superior to all others. - Ask Druggiste.
.'1. 0. Is an absolute and Irresistible em 0o
runkeness, use of opium, tobacco and narcotics
. Send for circular.. 1
1 sbove sold by dsaguta. top Bittars 1Ifg. Co, Rochester,N.Y
The most thorough organization In America
for executing written orders is the Mail Depart
ment for samples and supplies at tho Grand
Depot, the great Dry Goods and Outfitting rs
tablishbment,0of JOHN WANAM1AK ER..
Requests for samplos and orders for goods ar e at
ended to with thn most thorough pro-uptneas and
precision. Nothing sbnt out uniesi believed to be
lust what is wantet. bulit if not satisfactory I cheer
rully exchanged or money refunded,
.l EVERYTHING IN~
lksndVeivots. Unaderwear Corsetaseto.
Dress Goods. L'adies'& Ciltiron's Shooa
liiournine Goods. Mlen's and IBoy's ohoes.
I. idles' & Chilidren's Suits le Rubber 0 ode, T rnka etc
Lads Ftrnliai'g Goods Nons anoy Cotuln.
Ilociery and Gloves. Gentis' Furnishing Gods.
White G mnds and Laces. - Mens and Boy 'sInts.
riges & Enabrniderioes. 1ose Iurnishing. ods
iiitions, 'lies et.c. Chinna endt Ulassware.
lOloths and Oioaktngs. Toys tjnd Games.
Furs ansd l1,illinery.
Write postal car or samples or prices of any
ithir g destred. .Register all letters containing money.
biany Ilargaits may be aecur -d now, between sea
The Largest Dry'Goods and Outfitting Ilouse
SEm -O thotcest ita tne worid---Tmporters'
e- a t es om any iAmerica
Trade cotnaywcesn-gnsiantes every
where-best nincemenitw-don't wastey tme-end forY
P. o. Biox 1287.
Brech-liading Guns, R nartns' etebrated' single
batrel. at 015 up. Double.b rrei Breoch ioadere at
62 . Blr..ceh and lin sioding Guns, Rifles
an istols of most approved Engliah and American
na es. 'All kjnda e1 sportih imnpiemenats and art.
epapplleatin. Lieri discount to dealers.Pie
JOS. C. GRUBB & Co.e
PE RMAN ENT
. r OWhl3iEB~Y DA T. 3
Admis4on 35 Cents.. Chiildrena, 10 Cents,
BP UIAI~3SIQAL ATTR QTIQN8a DAI'LT
Atmo, the LEsgest.
ROLLER BK A TtN RINK IlN TH35 WORLD.
day eyenibn n e y and l
T H E211IL I J8IICA*RD.
o ilp~ nsaSlr of $100 ptr month'
noAjid wonei inenr ns e one tir
ADAPTlEIYTO THEJl WAN'1.4 OF TIts bost~ cit1
Iididentt'ei this dlfy -antd noighbrtfocd are reapeS
Partida furnishing Olturoliot Hsiotels, 0lub Iloomi
iniieitp i.1spgt~ our
u nTitlC Pt#LLI, OljNEI
A1ARB tE PFCUTFUI,1s INVITED TO UNsPROT
tNDORSING DR. R ADWAY'S I. I. REMRDIES.
AVrH1T Us1 T"ng Foy SEVERAL YEAS.
Nxw YoR, Jan. 4, 1977.
PEAR Si.-naving far several years used your
nedlines. doubtingly at first, bit after experi
ineing their efficacy, with full conlidence, itl
to less a pleasure than a duty to thankfully
teknowledge the advantage we have derived
.rom th' m. The pills are resorted to as often
ts occasion ritquires, and always with the do
.lred effect. Thje il-ady Itelioi cannot be bet.
er described than it is by Its name. We apply
he lidiment.frequently and freely, almost in
arlably.ilnding the promise'l "Iellef."
Truly yours. (signed)
DR. HADWAY. TIIURLOW WEED.
R. R. R.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORIST PAINS
In fron One to 20 Mlinutes.
NOT ONE "OUR
after reading this advertisement need any one
,BUFFERI WITH PAIN.
Radway's Ready Roller to a Cuire for
EVICIY PAIN, It was the first and is
The Only Pain Remedy
that instantly stops the most excruclating
pains. al aIys Inflaumma titons and cures Conges.
tions, whether of tie Lungs, 8tomdieh, Bo . ele,
or other glands or organs, by one application.
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES,
no matter how violent or excruciating the pain,
the RHEUM ATIC, led-ridden, infirm, Crippled,
Nor% ous, Neuralgio, or prostrated with d sease
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INST4NT BASI.
INFLAMMIATION OF THE KIDNEYS
INFLAMMATION OFTjIIB BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION 10 TH 10WiLS
CONG10,4elION OF TilE LUNGS,
OlRU THROAT, DIFFlU1 ULT BiEtIATHING.
YTILPIC, ION U R E O EA ItT,
fiYST1ARICS, OJIOUP. DIPI'rUERIA
ilEADACHE, TOOTH iRH, INI"LUENZA,
N , EIALIA, RH EUMATISM,
,JOLD CHILLS, A01IR CIIILiA,
C0i LBLAINS and FROBT-BITBS.
'Phe application of the Ready Relief to the
oart or parts where the pain or difficulty exists
vili afford ease and comfort,
Thirty to sixty drops In half a tumbler of
vater will in a f,,w moments cure Cramps,
'pasns, Four Storach, Heartburn, Sick Head.
iche. Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cllo, Wind II tl
Jowels and all Internal Pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of
:adway's Ready Relief with them. A few
rops in Water will prevent sickness or pains
Com clang of water. It is better tihan French
.raudy or Bitters as a stimulant.
FEVER and AGIUE.
Fever and Ague cured for Fifty rents. There
a not a renedial agent in the world that will
pure Fever and Agile, and all other ANalarious,
illiotus, Scarlet, Typhold. Yellow and other
1?1.vels (aided 4y Had-vay's Psills) so quick as
RADWAY'S READY lELIEP. 60 ets. a bottle.
FilE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER,
FOR THE CURE OP CHRONIC DISEASE,
SCROFULA OR SYPHILITIC, HEREDITARY OR
be it seated In the Trungs or Stomach, Skin or
ionleo, Flesh or Nerves. corruptin g the
solids and vitiating the clids,
Chronic Rheumatism, Scrofula, Glandular
dwelling. If acking Dry Cough, Cancerous A lfee
ions Syphilitic Comnp laint Bleeding of the
fain ga, D.spcpaa Water B rash, Tic Doioraux,
White Swellings. Tumors Ulcers, Skin and Ubp
Diseases, Female (Compilnta, lou', Dropsy,
SaiL, htheu m, Bronchitis, Consumption.
Liver Complaint, &c.
Net only does the 8-irsaparilian Rlesolvent
exce all remedial agents In the cure of Chronic,
Bcrolulous, Constitutilonal and Skin Diseases,
but it is 1.he only positive cure for
Kidney & Bladder Complaints,
tirinary and Wotnhb Diu'aqes, Gravel, Diabetes
Urinef brii saloiseaso Alum"nurla an ~i all
cases where there are brick dust. deposlts,or the
water Is thick. cloudy, mixed with substances
like tile White of an egg, or threads like white
eilk, or there Is a morbid, dark, bihou - appear
anice and white bone-du'st deposits, and when
there is a pricking, burning sensaatlon Whlen
passing water, and pans Ia the smali of the back
and along the loins.
Bold by druggists, PRICE ONE 90OLLAR.
OVA EIEAIN TUIBIO'1
OF TEN YEARS' GIIOWTII CURlED BY D~t.e
Dr. RA DWA Y & 00,, 89 Warrna Street,
Perfectly tasteless, eleg~ntly coated with sweet
stregtburgeRadway's i'ii a orth cure of al
disorders of thle ttomitch, Ltver, Bowels Kid
neys, Bladder, Nervous Diseases, Ii adacho,
Constipat ion, Costiveness. I nuigestion, Dyspep.
sin, Billousness, Fever, Inflammation of tLe
lloweis, P'iles, and all doraingenients of thi In
iernal viscera. Warrantesu t io effect a posit ive
cury, m ineral or d eietdrious dt ugs. mr
iV* Observe the following symptoms, result.
ag from diso dors of tile Digestive Organs:
Constipation, Inward Pilos, Fullness of the
Biood in the Head, Ac duty of the Stomach,
tsiusea, Heoart b~urn. Disgiart of Food Fuliness
or Weight an the Si omacli, Sour Bructions, Sink.
lngs or Fllittorengs in tile Pit of the Stomach
iwimming of tile Hie id, Hurried and Dimliuli
lireathaing. Pluttering at the ileart, Choking or
Stiuftllaiing Sensations when in a lyingponture
Dots or W cbs berore tihe Sight, Fever and ull
Pain in Head. D~oiiclonef-of Peorspiration. Yel
low ieaa of Skin and' Eyes, Palina itile Side
rnh, and audldefn Flushes of Heat, BtrnDing ii
A fey doses of RADWAY'8 PILLS will fred
the system from all of tile above namned disord
irs. Price 25 conts per box. Sold by Druggiata
JRead "False and True,"
tiend a letter stamp t o RIA DWA * 00CO, Not
sg Warren -trpet, New York,
-Iafoa'mattion Wdrth thousands will be sent you
Thehe ans*ermng an Adverteemen il
conlfer a favor upon the Advertiser and thle
Publisher by stating that they7 saw the adver
tisement in this Journal m(ning tP'e *IPpe
i'fCAL, llPFINED A ND R EIlEft Eil T1A STES.
fully lnvited Io inspect our
T I N G S.
eAfonmboat. and oar'dlin ose are r~pecfulty
TIN 0 .
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