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Mark Twain thus derrribes his first
meeting with his brother humorist, Arte
mus W ard. I had never seen him before.
He brought letters of Introtuction from
mutual iriends in :ian Fraucisco, anu by
maVitation I breakfasted with him. 1t wus
almost religion, there in the slilver mines,
.to precede such is meal with whisky cock.
tails. Artemlus, with the true cosmlopoli.
tan instinct, always deferred to the cus
toms of the country he was inl, and so he
ordered three of these abominations.
klingston was present. I am a match for
nairy every beverage you can imentione x
celt a whisky cocktail, and theretore I
saiu it would go right to my head ai.d con.
fume me, so that I would be in a helpless
tangle in ten inutes; I did not want toact
a lunatic before strangers, but Artemus
gently insisted, and I drank the treasonit
blo mixture uneor protest, and felt all the
time that I was doing a tung that I might
be sorry for. In a iminute or two 1 began
to imagine that my ideas were clouded. I
waited in great anxiety for the conversa
tion to open, with a sort of vague hope that
my understanding would ProVe clear,
after all, and my misgivings groundloss.
Arteius dropped an unimportant re
mark or two and then assuied a look of
suiperhunian earnestness and made the fol
lowmug astounding speech. lie said:
"Now, there is one thing I ought to ask
you "bout before I forget it. You liae
been here in Silverland --here in Nevada
two or threo years, :and of course, your
position on the d1lily press has made it neC
essary for you to go down in the mines and
examine then carefully lit deail. Now.
what 1 want to get at is-- is, well, the way
deposits are miade, you know. For in
stance: Now, is I unlderstand it, the vein
which contains the silver is sandwich'ed in
between castings of granite, and runin along
the ground, and sticks up like a eurbstone.
"Well, take a vein forty feet thick, for
example, or eighty for that matter, or even
one hundred; say you go down on it with a
shaft, straight down, you know, or with
what you cril the 'inclineq,' naybe you go
down live hundred feet or inaybe you dii't
go down but two hundred; anyway yonl go
down, and all the time this vein grows ina
rower when tlhV castings come icmnearer. or.iip
proach -each other, yoti nimy say, that is,
when they do approach, which of course
they do not always (to. particubirly in cases
where the nature of the fornition is such
that they stand apart wider than they
otherwise would, and which geology tins
failed to account for, although everything
in that icience goes to prove that, all things
being eital, it would if it did not or would
not certainly if it did, and tihent of onrse
they tire. Do not You think it iF''
"I Said to mIyself, "Now, I Just know
how it would be. Thit cussed whisky
coktall itis done the buiisiness for moe. I
don't understand any more than a clam."
And then I sni aloud, "l-l-that is-if
you donl't itmind, would yout-would you
say that over again? I ought--'
"Oh, 'eertoily, certainly! You wee I
an very unfitmiliar with the subject, and,
terhaps, I don't present niy caSe early,
"'No, no-110, no yoll state it lin111
enouigh, but thie vile cocktail ials iut(kilet
ie a little. But I will-no, I do not uni
derstand, for that ma.ter, blut I would get
the hang of it ill the beter if you went
over it algaiii, and I'll pay better aittention
Ile said, "Why, what I was alter wits
this.'' (Ilere he hecante even more fear
fully Inipressive than ever iind eimphiasised
each pirticuilnr point by checking it off on
his tiger ends. ] "This vein or locd, fo'
ledge, or whatever you may1) call, ruits along
between two layers of granite, just the
saine us if It wvere a sandwich. V'ery well.
Now, suppose you1 go ciuvwn oni tiit Sity
1,000 feet, or matiybe 1,200) (it dont't really
mtatter), befctre you crift ; antd then you
start youtr drtifts, somte o)f them acr'oss the
ledge andl 0 ter along tite le'ngthl of it,
where the sutiphuruets--I believe they.) coill
themt sutlphutretc's, thouotgh why theay shotul,
conisideruing fliat so far' ias I enan see', the
matuin cdepettdence of a iiter cloes not so
lie, as somec suppose51, but iin whtich it entt
ntot b)e successfully imninttained whtereini the
samec should ntct conttiinue, while 'part atnd
patrcel of the same orie not coinitted to
eithier in the sense refetrred to, whtereas,
under diterenit circuitustances, thte miost in
expetrieed among us could not cdete'ct if it
wuere, or might overlook it if it did, or
scorn the very idea of such a thing, even'i
though it were p)alpialy deionistratted its
I said sorrowfuilly: "I feel ashaomed' oIf
m.3self, Mr. Ward. 1 kno1(w 1 ought to
that infernal whisky cocktil has got intct
"'Oh, don't ittindh it, don't indtc it; thec
-fatult was my) own, nto docubt. though I did
Stink It clhear enough for.--"
"Dlon't say) a word. C'lear! Wh Iy ycou
statedl it its 'leair ats thle su to unyboly bti
- an abject idiot, 'butt It's thaot confoinnded
d'o(ktaiil thatt hits played( the mtischtief."
"'No, now doni't say that . I Ii hcgiit it
all over again, atd--"'
"Dont't now; fcor goodniess sake, don't dio
aniythig of the kind, becauuse I tcell you imy
headl is In stuch a condcit ion that 1 don't lbe.
hieve I couhld undtcert'andu the most trifling
questiont a manm could atsk tme."'
".Now cdoni't you he afraid. I'll put it
80 phi'gi I his itiilnt.a you ennt help1 git
the haung oh' it. We will biegiht at thie ve'ry
beginninlg."' L-eanting far' aceross theuc'ablei
wi'th cdeterined impres''usiven'iess. wrcought
up~on his e'very fe'ature, antdI tigers pre-'
pared tco ketep tally of eachi ptoinit ats enui
merated(; aind I, Ieaing forwiard with pain-~
- - - l interiest, resolved tc !ompr)tehendl ori Pet'
ish] "Y~ou kniow the vciin-theit ledge-t he
thiing thamt tintis the miet val, whereby it
cons5 titts the mtediumt he't wen all ct her
forces, whethcer of present or r'emote lagen..
clces, so brmought to heat' in favoi'r) of te
former, or all, or bothI, cir comipromiising
.1- U~~s possible the r'elat iie dilfer'ences e'xistinug
wuitlhin thte r'adiuis whtence ('uhinaiite the'
several degress of simaiharity to wvhicht-''
[1 ~I said: "'Oh hblame imy~ wo,cden'm headc, at
abit't any use! it aif't anym) uIse to try!' .
eant't unde'rstandc anlythinug. het pliner
you get It the molrde I cani't gt te htaing (If
I heai'd a suspicious ntoise tiehind nie,
and tu'rnedl in tkie to see linigston dodging
behind ai newsplapecr and qiukinig with a
gentho estacy of hauighte'r, I look at
Ward agahmi, cand lie had thirown ott hIs
solemnity andit wais laughing also. 'Thcen I
awi that, .11( had een sohl-thtat I hi'dc been
made the tictimn of a swinidle i the way
of a string of plhauiblly woicded sentences
that, didn't mecan anything unader thme sun,
Artemus Ward was one of the best f<h owe
In the world, and one of the most coimpan
lonable. It has been said thait hie was not
fluent in conversation, but wIth thue above
experlence in my mInd, 1 dlIffer.
A Mod(flealloa of the American aum d i
- phon, whih huas proved of great ser
vice to the deaf and dumlb, has been
described by M. Colladon before the
French Academy of $Scinces. Instead
of'hardrutber, a pectular kind of maste
board 1s used for theo disk, anmd thete
are no cords needed to regutlate the
tension. That part of the instrument
which 1s held in the mouth hs provIded
withg a surface to resist moIsture.
USEFULNES OF FxnaH TS.-We are
surprised ,hat farwers, poulterers, and
their nons, do not keep ferrets miore
generally. Wherever rats harbor, un
der hog pens, hen-houses or buildings or
places oi any kind, ferrets will go adter
them, and they are sure to drive them
out, so the boys and dogs can have first
eus sport; capturing them, and doing
good besides. One ol the best breed ot
tiogs for use In catching the rats as they
eierge from their hiding-places, is the
genuitine eotchi terrier. Thiey are quick
and plucky, and will atteni to alt the
outside "1iz'' the ferret, sends them.
1'housan1ds of (ollris Worth Of frIIL
trees tire annuttily destroyed by rab
uits. If the farmer or farmer's boys
used a ferret to drive the raubits from
,their holes, (spenitlng it haIl it (lay or
two at seaonl,) they could make it
searcity anong the rabbits and save
,heir trees. The writer lost a whole
orchard sonie three cYears sliceo, of Over
100 trees. It seemed Ipossible to pro
vent the ravages of the rabbits atmvong
them, until lhe got It large, strong 11tle
feret-, and in one half day's work, the
reward of 40 rabbits saved his trees.
tie has sporti atid acecomplishos good be
sids. Perret,t are more easily kept
tian it eat., their diet, being bread and
milk, and oceisionally a little fresh
ment, it matters not whit. They will
cat rats, bhi d or any thing fresh. Two
or three can be kept, on what one cit
woild eoistie. They do not gnw,
and can be kept in at box, or small
1ititarters. We know of several who
wouil not be withotit a lerret for ten
iollars a year and its keeping. So Far
as triaining and (ispositloii goes, ferrets
are about all ilike. All t,he trnliing they
need Is handling, to become faillar
with) a personl. Tb'oyare little trotiblo,
and It,costs but a trille to keep then.
'ItSF'.A-ION or Alu..-The papers
are till[ of' adver.slig of preserviig
compolinds for milk, but by analyiig
thein they will be 1011 to Contain
liel"rly. always the sanie silhstanlces lIl
s; -glitly altered proportions 11and they
are generally sold lor' from f'our to
-everal hundred times their vilune.
'lese compomii-ms are bicar-bonlate of'
ob,somnetimlits mlixell wvit,h1 V0ommo-01
sat1, bori' acid, borax, Ililxtiure of borax
n Ith vollitnlo11 sait, salicylie avid, and
,I late a Inmixture containing ha1lf1, of'
1)(Prit aclkid and lial of sullphato potias
.imtu. Bicarbonate of soda i:i bleen inl
11Us a long titne 21n(d Is still largely
ll.ied. It, acts by neutrializing the Ilet ic
auld which is foreid in ll,h inilk, ltit,
it-i action is not perfe"t lip any waiy, and4
by :dhliln- :1 more ell'eettual fluanitit.y,
the .falte ofI the nllk is spoilt, ats iI. gets
Soapy. Borice c is a powefill 111 i.;p.
Ile, anild preferable to borax. The % wr]
ter has in11de, i few y3ears ago, 1ian11y
o!xperimenits with ill kinds of tiltisep
ties employed fori nilk anild dtiry pro
dIlis, an invariably could state Ll;e
good vlects of' bori ic a'Id is 1.Ierior In
ation and very expinsive. But the
mixilure of horik acid and sulphlte of'
potasilni 222 tus t( outd1 ali the -pr
vlotisly 11 ntlolled antisept.is. We
ltve ,eoi builttor, Ileint, crabs, fish, and
Other WarI-W Of an e(Itially perl-hab!e
12111tre Ikept Illost wo oritilly, anid- as
this comnpouild 14 pel'ec.13, liarmiless,
very eap, a1114 obtaina11ble ait every
chimiist's shop, it will soont be more
gemerally employed. One graillne is
ad(led to each htre of milk or one-Iou th
pouii Of ltter. It ought[ not to be
1.h011u1gt, h0WeVe', that these anisep
ties call supplint, cleanlinless, cooling,
an1l fiiring! ThHese always 14n1a)101 tile
prlinelpal(1 eleilments1 ini preser01vIing 11ulik
for1 the diryI) andt for' transp151ort , am2l(
(bily when:t they ar1e insulleient, which
Is irare e inoughi, atise ptles maily be uised.
Coi.tc ix ilIoasis.-A c'orresp51ondenCt
iv~ es the lol low Iing curie f'or colc ini
iite and' 12( easIly appdled, Hie says lhe
hita niover known2 if to ll: Spreadi( a
'.cau ill 11 of salt, upon0 tihe back of the
anma 112o1verI the kidneys3 1 atl 1(o1ns,
andii keep it, sat.ur'ated for 20) 01 30 mini
ttes, or' oniger If' necessairy. 1If1 the at
22ack 121 severe, dren 1ch1 with salt wa'1teri.
I hatve ia vatluaible b)2ll, wei1ghinlg 21121
teenl 0' twentty hundreil~ d pound1(s, w'hichi
hatd ai 8tevere' attactk o)1 colIe a1 year11 ago
last, 81111nm(er. 1 applied salt to hi is bac1(k
as~ above, and1( it beligdille'ult to d r'enchi,
iiig it open about two Iinches, a ni
.'prleadi salt upon)1 hIs toingue, wh'ichl, to
gether02 withi lhe salt 111pon hiIs back, r'e
Ilieved( him21 at once, anid w ithiIn it shortf
11111e eqi ib iItilm appearedi'C fulIly ire
stored,l I have for' severalt yearsl' past
suc(c5essfully) a11plied tils tr'eatmen1t,1 to
the other' aniinals in my1 herd.
L.o(I A i-:A311!-A fairmer' shouild al
waysg) think hi advanice of' hiis wor'k.
Thle plan lunust ho b21ld out in his head,
befor'e thle hanuds aret puat. to it. lTher'e
Is tinle yet left. for' thinking over what
should be (done in bte next, two 02' t,hiree
fbpropert-es, the soil fr(iln old1 jast ti re.s Is
be'st for1 pOttingil plants1.
The( earhoius pr'(oess purisued by theo
Clins 11453of mieit;ling 13ractked 1 ronl waires
hby cemetin(t g t.hiem with Ietast Iroin whIle'
ini llquid1 state Is thus descr'ib)ed: " In
212 he 1ase, for' e3xatle, of ia east IironI pani
'ommlienees by3 brealkinig 112e edge of' the
tfracture' slight.ly with ai iiammer1(0, s0 a1s
enllarge thet flsuriies, af ter' wiI hl thit
frlaetored'( par1ts arze Ilacied anid held In
t.hbeir lnatur loiti on by1 ) meantis (bl
wo(oden1l br'aes. Tihe pan11 beinig r'eady3,
ini i'har'oatl, and1( igited ini a smatl
pbor't.leI she'et Ir~oni fulrnlace, wvithI
bellows workinig hiorizonitallhy. As
son1 its thie pliees of east
Iironi ithi1 whIch thle erneIilles w',ere'
chmar'ged aire fitsed, it, Is poure'(d 02n a
layer of 1 21 part 1-aharred hu isks of' rouggh
r ICe, prev'i'i ously spreadI( 1)1 a tic(kly3
doubled clo4th1, the object. 4)1 this tbe1ing
to prevenit, thei sudideni cool ig Rand( hari
decinmg of the 11(1uid( metl. WVihl in
the hid2( state, it, Ia qickly' COil veyed'(
to the I ractt 1131 1)ar1ti inder the vessel,
andl( forced wvith ai jer'k 111to I he enlar'ged
tlsuries, while ia )aper31 irubber is patssed1
over2 thle oibtrudI(inmg lhiuid inside(1 of the
vessel, matkhig a neat, stroing, sutbstanl
thal itul( ini every') respec'(t thior'ough
Croc'us, d11ied( and1( pbowd(ered, wA'heni
applliedl wAithI JhamIlois ilatherl to ic kel
platted geo,ls, will r'estore1 their bril1
I lancy3 it.hoult injitrling the'1ir sur'face.
Estab,iAlh iIeatlthiful CO-oerattion
betwoon the litoinach,i the I vor andl the bowels,
it yon wanit to tbanish sick hioadacee, nory
ouenit.es and mlo: hal desponldonaOy. Upont the
vigor of the llhat niained organ dep nda tho
good service of bte two latier. Thlat fine
stomach-o. Htostett r d JUltters, puro, appr sv' d
by physicians, doi ivod from tuo boat taOiani3
sources, s:oen t, to roult the s mitoms
wIch make the lives of norvous, blhzou. intva
;ds u1l:erabhb. The very fountain heoad of
such troub:e Is foobloiies of dI genition, for
which it is 92n incon,patrablo, Ion g estabilehed
and w.d, ly celebrated reom. dy. It builds up
ttue constilu ion whent shak, n by duieaee, and
r,.todte it againes malarial anld Otmner huriftai
iueno. It Is an agrc eable appetizer, a
tisetut strengthening cord al for the conva
lescent, and greatly mitigates the gather ng
inefrmtmae of ajse -
PETROLEUM AS A PRESERVATIVE OF
RUSTI WORK.-We see on -every hand
handsome rustle work falling to' decay
and becoming disrorted by ate. It is
commonly made of a kind of wood
which does not last long. Soak It
thoroughly with crude petro umn when
new, it, will remain unchanged inde
finitely. A rustic summer house in a
shaded part of our grounds would have
been unusually exposed to dampnoes
and decay had not this been prevented
a dozen years ago, by petroleum. The
peculiar brown color imparted by a
mixture of a heavy oil remains un
changed; and a lattice work of n%.ie
lath, a fourth of an inch thick, fdily
exposed to dampness and weather, is as
sound and unworn as ever. The oil is
now so cheap that there is no excuse
for omitting its application, and It may
be rapidly and easily brushed over the
surface and suik into the pores with a
whitewash brush. Apply it heavily.
CoFFEN CUS' TnD.-Make agood, sr.mg
extract of collee-by dripping it as
slowly ats possible-for ten people you
will want two cupfuls; take eight of
tho same measures of milk, and beat
into the yolks of six eggs; add three
ounces of Powdered sugar; mix into
this the two cupfuls of collee; as coffee
differs in strength, better taste to see
that, it is sweet enotgh ; pour the mix
ture into cups and pit the cups in a not I
too deep pan with bolling water; the
level of the water ought not to stand I
higher than half the cup; (o not try
and boil the water too hard ; aboutfilf- I
teen minutes of bolling is necessary.
MUTTON COLLOPS.-A few slices of
cold leg or loin of mutton, salt amid pep
per to taste, one blade of powdred
mnce, one Bn:all bitnch of savory herbs
mincet-d very line, two or three shalots,
two or three ouilices of butter, 4"le des
sert spoonful of flour, hall a pint, of I
gravy, one tablespoonitul ,f lemon- I
Juile. Cut some very thin sie;s 1 rom
a leg or the clump end of a lin of inut- (
ton ; sprinkle them with pippelr, sult., t
pounided mac1teo, mince, minecd savory I
lerb:, and miVed shalot; fhy tleim in I
butter, stir ill in dtsse-rt-poonfuI'll f1 (1
flour, Il the gravy and leimo j lee, I
simmer very gentiy about live oi seven 1
minu1tes Of boiling is iecessairy.
BEF POL..-ThNe rnemaCns of cold
roast or builed beef, seasonuing to taste
of' salt, pepper and minced herbs; pull
oiste. Mince the beef tolerably Iln,
with a stimalll amount of its own fat;
add a seasoning of pepper iand salt an(I
ehopped herb.,; put tIh whole into a
roll or .-ill pate and bake for half an
lionur, or rather longer, should the roll
be very large. Beef pattles may be
imad4te of cold ment, by nmiing and sea
soning beeft as irect,ed above and bac
ing il it 1 !ch ptil' paste inl patty tins.
PaInstEY aid Bitter, to serve with
calh's heam, boiled fowls, etc-Two
lableqpn fuls of 1iinced par'sley, half i
a pint of inelted butter. Put Into a I
8auUeIA1n a smta1ll uInltily of water, i
slightly salte, and when it bolls, thr,w 0
in at goad bich of parsley which has 1
beenl pi'eviously walsled and tied to
gether in a bunch; let it boil for tive
uniii1utes, dr iti , m1n,uec the leaves very a
fine, aid put the above Iluantity In a I
(tuieen; pour over it half a pint of
smoothliy-made meted butter; stir
well, that the ingredients may be
thoigbly 1 mixed, aMid serve.
Swr.mc' Oser.wr.-Mix the yolks of
two eggs, a teasipionful of' sugar' and
some1 essence of vanilla ini a small bowl.
Add ai small lpincht of saldt to the wh'itres
of' the oggs andi u lip L.III stiff. Tihen
igh t.ly miix the wit es anid yolks, and
ipotu' quickly into an omelet pan in
which half an 01unlce of' butter lasa been
prei'vloutsly mielted. Remnov'e the egg
frm'it the Ilr'e in one minute, and ,let it
drv's It the (ven flIye miinuites, after'
w ihel sprinkle it witht sugar.
C:liocom.Arx.- Melt four ounces ofJ
gratted chocolate over a hiollitg kettle,
ail gradually three cups of holiag
water andi( 01ne 01unce of' sugar. Set ita
npon)1 thme flm'e, and wh'len scauiling hot
pour it np)on the 301ks of' twvo eggs,
wetll beaten, with one and1( ote-hlfl1
glil of col water; add1( a iich of ein
inmoni, mand ret.uran It to the lire f'or' a
f'ew mt'omients to cook the egg. it must
not, hooh, but shoul d be beatent wIith ana
egg-beater', or milled all t he timen.
Serve very~ hot.
P~onK AND iiEANs.-FIrst pick your'
benn over ; put them , it an earthen
er'oek anid liil It with coild water aind
let standit over night; if your pork Is too
saltL parboil it for' a short time; putt it
in a tdeep baking dish and14 put the beans
armoutnd it; fIll the 41ishv wih hot cor cold
water, cover' it. closely, andt( set it in tihe
oven, anid let it bake r'at.her' slowly un
til noon,.or I rom tree to fouar hours.
-Do ntot, let it get too dry; if' y'ou can
niot see the water you nmust add miore.
Fnum n CitixN.-Chickens must be
young to fry~ well. If' no larger t.hani
pigeons, they may be fr!ed whole ; If
larger, dissect, wash, rub salt.on whlileo
wet, peppecr, and( fr'y in butter or' lard,
keecpinig thme dish cover'edI. Mix one or'
t,wo eggs with a spoon tuti of flour andt( a
teaucup of' milk, and1( pouri over* the
chieken whn done, settIng the frying
pan lnathe oven long enioughm to cook
ScnA3iIi.i:i EuOs1 Wrrnm Dn D BEs.:F
-Shtave the beef v'ery Iinieu; putI a tea-1
spoonful of butter ini a Jirying pan11 ; set
it over thle IIire, and whien hot put in
thle bteef ; heaut a few mttnu tes, sit'rring
to istantly to prevent burning ; beat ump
thme reqiired nuimiber of' eggs and1 stim'
in wi th the hot, beet ; stli' altogether'
unmt il lie eggs are coo)kedl. Serve I m
Ii' iAnls enul talk, they wottuld of
tent express thetir thmanks to heir iiurses,
fno' rolieviug thema 0of palin and suiffer:
ng by the use of D)r. Bull's Baby
D)sAcox Saaru'iu bmuys Caribtohne, thme
(.eorltized petaoleumi hairi renewer and
restor'er', and shtice Its iimrovemtent,
recommends it to altlthis frIends as Ite
perfection of' ali htair p)reparations.
TJnis showvs that thme D)eacon is a wvise
mani and knmows wvhat is whait.
AN Ex'TENtwn PoI'UI.Annry.-Each
y ear 1 id a "lBrowa 's lironcia T (17roches"
in newv localities, In vaurlomus parts of
the world, For relIeving Coughs.
Colds and Throat Diseases, the Troches
have boon proved reliable.
WE trust the time w il comae vhmen
every one wilt use Dobb,ins' Electric
Soap, (made liy Craglin & Cc., P'hila
delphi t.) Itsasale is daily im~'easlug,
as is always the case with artlicles of
merit. Try it.
P LuuamB PAINs 404 aillAsmnatie and Brofi.
chiaA feettns,aresoon relieved by ti,at ear
tratidCy for Coughs and C.ds, Dr J ayne's
WIT AND HUMOR.
PATRIOK ' experience with theeleva
tor.-Sez I, "Iz Mlsther Shmith in,
iurr ?" Sez the man wid the soger cap,
'Will yez stip in? "' So I StpS Iltil the
Aioset, and, all of a suddint le pulls at.
t ropu, and, it's the trooth I'i tellin'
rez, the walls of the building begin
*unnin' down cellar as though the
levil was afther then. "Ilouly mur
oher1" sez I, "what'll become of
riaget and the childer which was lift
)clow there ?" Sez thu soger cap inanl,
'Be alsy, surr; they'll be all right,-when
roz come dowin." "Come down, is it?'
lez 1; "'and is It no closet at all, bit a
aylenislh balloon. Then the walls stop
)ed stock still, and he opened the door,
mnd there I was wid the roof jist over
no head! And.that was what saved
ne from goin' up till the hlyins en
WHEN a certain man had been made
he prefect of a small village, he boght
ils wife a new f ur garment. She, protid
>f her finery, and full of her husband's
low honors, entered church just as the
'ogregation rose to their feet to hear
he Gospel1 read. She, thinking this
vas done out of respect to her, and re
alling her former condition, said,
"raciously, "sIt down, good people! I
lave not forgotten I was once poor I"
IN a Now England village a Baptist
>reachier was discoursing from the text,
'Ii those days came John the Baptist
)reaching in the wilderness of'Judea.'"
Yarming tip, he saild', "Oh ! how I like
o read these words in the blessed Bible.
Cou don't rea(l sy where In it Itabot
lohti the MethoNist, not about John the
'resbyterlan, nor aboult 'John the
CPlscopallan. nor itbut John the Con
;regat.ionaliat. Bu1t it is Jolin the flap
Ist 1 Oh I! how I like to read that!''
"'Miss RoAcH is an iitelliIrOnt, (lba'ri
tig young lady, a beaitifiul bInette,
,Ad her brother is a bank cashier,''
ead Mr. Tilden from ia newspap,er the
>tier day. Then he sol ioi inized. "1 Boati
iftul-bank cashier-youig nml charm
ng-bank cash ier-in telligent bri
iette-bank casli-barrel l might gel
mpty-good thing to have li the
amilly-both good thing-- bPaiutiful
uaik cashler-perheaps, yes, I thhik I
ade a miitake In not imterviewing her
mfore denying the charge.''
WIIEN a young lady tripped ito a
asle Store tihe other day and asked the
ashful clerk in atendance for "T1'wo
Cis.sea, he jammed on his hat and rush
d out of the Ieck door. The clerk,
lever having heard of the piece of
itile, thought lie was the viotim of a
'2,) year proposal', and his salary was
iot large enoagh to support two.
A N Ingenious drug store clerk, who
uSeOCte( that some one was tapplig
ill, fixed an arrangement on it so that
ny one who tried to) open t'he drawer.
vithout understanding it, woild got
our Inehes of brad-awl raimed into
ils hand. A nd then hle want out Lld
orgot to explain the thing to th1e boss.
nid as soon as he gels able to be about
gain he'd like to hear of a job.
"I SHALL know better next tie,"
1id4 M-s. Keepupwtithhestyle. "That
atefil mIliner told me the ht waq
methlih;g new and there were four hats
ust like it In church ; biut I mligni, have
mown better. 1 saw the nie%w moon
ver my left shoulder. Of course I'd
REai.iomous tracts sent to a inain with
2 cents postage due on them are not
:onducitve either to religious thloughit,
vord or actlin. We have in our mIndl
.young! man who was just wavering
ni the ba:lance ; the 12 cents deelded
mimi, and lie became a howvling heathen.
PROVEsson: 'What sort c(' a man
vas il hi hoi Justiec Coke ?"'Student:
'Well-a-hle was conisideramble of a
peaker andc talker on these matters.''
rof'esor "Yes, very true-though
tot so full of gas as some (othiers,''
tiudent cannot see the pocint and is
dIIOWe(1 to conit,inue.
A FT Eln a Texas jutry hand st'ood out
*or ninaemy-six hours the jndge got a
oerdct in t wo mliiutes by sendin g them
vord that au ci rcus had conitO to towni.
AN italian being accused o.' marury
tg ive wives was asked by the juidge
v hy lie wedded so many. "'In order' to
nect with a good 01ne, it possible,'" the
A.OYEORGIA niani liredi seven shots at a
A'ilent, killed his dog, wouindted a
'armier in the leg and putt 01ne of his
awn eyes shot. Tihe wvildcat escaped.
I-r iakes a live man to pull up stre mm,
ult'.oagh a dead 0on0 (can drift down.
SwEF:rNEss is in, protectOn against,
njutstice; eveni sugar can be crushed.
S0Mm'. men <jo not like erumbs of com?'
'ort. 'They want a whole loaf'.
Prexs 5 are best wheni they soutr on
GooD deeds pan out better than good
CvcLs of timtn -lcieles.
YEGETcInNm( ini Powder' l'rnm comes
~viahina th e re.. ch of nll. 113' ma king
he mtedicine yotrel youI ru'iitn, fromh a
04. packa'mr contaiintg the flarks,
Roos anmd liercbs, make two bottles of
lie liquid Vegetrime. TIhiouentmids wvil
ladly avail thiemnselves of' this oppor
tuity, who hiave' the conveniences to
nake the medicinte. Full dlirections in
1ver'y pailaige. Vegetine ini Powder
laurm is sold by aull druggists' ad gen
3ral stores. If' you cannot. b)uy it of
dhem, e.:elose fI ty cenits ini poslaige
stamps1) for one pacukage, or one <tollar
ror two p)ackages, a mid I Will 5e.nd It.bv
return mall. 11. IU. S.evens, Boston,
A (IA R D --To all wno are itugloringtfrom the erroars
ii ndia roito,,, ohf outih,tc.rvoius we 'us a any
hiat wvin e'r, iunu, iiEi E1 OFilAtiOK. Tis laro-t
ramody was disco' ered hav a gmi-el'ar~y ini outh
Ioti T. I. .K itahoga D) No -ork City.ov
PEoPLEi wvill not be so very foolish
that they wvill allow themselves to be de
ceived with a new Cough Syrup when
they have expel'onced thme value of
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for many years.
P?rice. 25 cents.
I .,e oR th'e Peropio,
I had a serious disease of the lungs
and was for a time contined to my bed
and under the care of a physician. 1Ils
prescriptions did not help tme. I grew
WOrse, couighinig very severely. I corn
menefxed taki ng your Miedical Iscovery,
which helped me greatly. I have taken
several bottles, and am restored to gOOd
health. Y'ours ronanntarln.
"No Cultz, NO PA Y,"-11 e authorize
our agents to guarantee that our medi
Oine, if taken according to direction,
will relieve Constipation and the dis
eases Incident to a Torpid Liver; pro
vided they take the genuilne Simmons'
Llyer Regulator, by the tirections. De c
sure to note it Is )erfect-ly safe and re- V
Mable, free fromn any of the objections *
and dangers coinected with the ord
nary remedies. It is an active Cathar
tic, Tonic, and Aiterative, not unpleas- v
ait to the taste, and leaves no lassitude
or Ill-erlects after it has operated, and *
in no event can it Injure the most doll
cate constitution. 3l3ildren take it G
without hesita' y. G
"I have been selling Simmons' Reg- i
ulator for three or four years and it Al
gives entire satisfaction. Don't know
of a single case when it failed to cure.
Yours truly, "C. U. GiLr,iLANP, 114 v
Main St., Gallatin, Mo."
The, recent earthquake at Virginia I
City wias not noticed at all in the inii
[ig deptlis, but only by people on the
surface. Their famous earthquake of
sonm1 years ago, which shook down
Mhiimies, lire walls, cracked brick C
buildings, and did other laniage, was
merely noticed by soine of the miners
working in upper levels, but it did no
lamage, not even shaking down loose
stones and earth. The station men in
Lhe various shafts felt it the strongest,
tite deepost point where it was 'noticed
was by statioi tender at the 900-foot
level of the Ituperial Empire shaft,
nine hundred feet below the surface.
IIe said it felt like a sudden faint throb
Dr pulsation of the air, its though a
blast had been let of' soiewlere at a
listatice above,below, or in some ine'l
alte direction. In some of the mihies
the shock was not noticed at all, even
by station men. Commenting on this s
peculiar fact at the time, the Gold 11111
News remarked. that the earthquake
seemed to be an electrical disturbance,
proceeding from the atinosphere, and
1ot froin the depths of the earth.
'l'annitg, savAl M. H. Ador, can be has
:ened by emnploying p 0 -phoric acid, as
.t enables the tannin to penetrate the
,kins inore rapidly through its hinder
ing the tanning of the albainoid sub. "
The opinion of Goselin and Berga
coi, respectiig Lie beneficial effect oi
tiisepcie dressings on wounds, is that N
hle good 11uiluence is due not merely to -
he destruction of ferments but to the
;oagulatiion prodiepd inl the albumnen
Can I'ilos bo Oured ?
[i the most impor ant question to-day w'tlh t
suTfforing inilloiliN who, w1hen1 looking at the
lolg lit of useless pito nomtruis, feel as th E
iflhited B-blo Patriarch. lik excl. imiug: "I D
have heard nmany such things, mi orable com- i
forters are ye all, how lon-1 w,11 yo vex my
soul and break me in pieces with words ?" It -
is not recorded that Job had piles, bu lio could
not have liad anything more pa nful, and the
amimo questiots might have been asked then as
sinice for three thousand years. Can piles be
cured ? We believe that Dr. SMaboo has solv, d
the problem, for not!ig is more certain than
that his " Anakceis" does absolutely and
promptly cure the wor.At caqes of piles. When
hal I a niliofl of afilicted assert pos.tively that
it has cured them. andI in 20 years no one has
ist d t o doctor's wonderful remedy -without
instant relief, and by following h's 9,mple in
-tructions as to habit an i diet. all were hone
flitted a d over 95 per cent. cured, all argu
ments and theories of those who haven't used
them, go for naught. Anakosio is now pre- a
Loribed by physicians of all sohir ole and has i
been prono nood ai near ini a.iblo as is possi
blo. It is easily applied, perfectly safe, in- 1
stantly reliev. a pain. and ultimately cures the
most inveterate cases. It has grandiy solved
the problem that Piles can be cured. 1amples
of "Anakesls" are vent free to all sufferers on
application to P. Neustaedtor & Co.. solo man
ufacturere of Anakees, Box 3940 New York.
Also, sold by druggiste everywhere. Price $1
-The Voltalo Delt Co., nMarshall, Mich.
Will send their celebra'ed Eleotro Voltalo
Belta t> the afflieted upon 80 days's trial. -
Speedy cures guarate.d. They mean what
they say. Write to them without delay.
The Great Blood Puirifier. 9'
IN POWDER FORM.
50 cis. a Package.
D)R. W. ROSS WR1T ES:I
ScKOFULA, LIVER COM PLAINT, DYSPEPSIA,
RH EIUM1ATISM, WEAKNES8S.
AIR. HI. B. STEVENS, floston:
I have been pract,ising medidcino for 25 .years,
and its a remedy for Scromulma. Liver Compilnt(
ID3spepsi,, itheumatlsm, weakness, and all dis
Pinses of I he b)lood I have n vor found its ec ual,
I lhave sold~ Vegemine for seven years and ave
nlever had one bottle retturned. t would heartily
recommond it to thoso in need of a blood puri
Sept. 19, 1675. Wliton, Iowa.
One 'Package in Powder Form
How to Redtacet Totr Doctor. Bills.
5 uso RMEN' St., East, Ilston, Mlass.,
8eptemiber 80, 1879.
hear Stir: Aly lit tle dnughter stelia has been
afilteed a Iini time with scrofula. mluffenug
everym hing. I em rloyed di f'erent phlysicians in
East itoston bttl 1 oy hielpcd her none. I bought
rOnme of your PowDuER FoaM VEoFTINEi and nm
wIle steeped It anid gave it to t.he cnikci actord
in : to tile dlirection.,, and wve were aturprlsed in
a fortnliht'. tIme to see how the ebid had
gainedl in flesh and1( strerg h. She is now gain.
liog e very day, and I enn choru ly reo:onmend
yotur remiedly to be the besrt we have ever t ried.
Respect fully yours, J. T. WEBB,
II. R. 8'TEVENS, Blostoun, Mlass.
Vegetine is old bV All Druggists.
91 6 EARDFor any case
emdiate relef ou ae
of long standing in 1 we,
and ordinar oases in S da.
eea ar rinler an it. i a P'll. onves and -
allJ d n ra aunf',Iai sbttle. oed
orpr.8 W. cor. Tenth and Ao aits.. Pilatia. .Pa.
ACENTS WANTED to Sell the NEW BOOK
FARMING FOR PROFIT
ers Foed and (reaorBxrEor reut
F rmn usinea MPake Havpp oms an
Everyt 1s9, eI havseacy 800n Pan
40Nlafrtl at Send for creotiarage
. 0.MCUt 4 0.. Phiiadelphia. Pa.
MAKE HENS LAY,
An Englis , Veternary sarg n and Chms new
travelin g,s lbhIscountry, saisatt oat sor tihet me
andi (Jtt e Pow ei ri bore *re worthlecs trash. le
sta C hr an's Condition Powders arn abso
eartltwlf pak~ e. lsyke ~bi annston Amon
P>owders. Ric.s2, en. t..spen o on, ,,,n O0e.
told eerywhere. o cent b wal fo anghtter,
Those asuwering an Advertsement wal
OD a sawor upon the Advertie an tme.
is.b.n's'awba .. t tey| a*.* alve,7
Knmu h ee)
HEALTH IS WEALTHe
Health of Boay Wealth of IlL
' Radway's Sarsaparillian Relvent
Pure blood makes sound gesh, stron bone and
IDa clear skin. Ityou woul( have you O rm 1,
your bones sound withoutcarles, and our con
pExion fair, use Radway's marsaparillIs
A GRATEFUL RECOGNITION.
1. "To cure a caoeNio or L4 STANDING DISSASE
is truly a vic try in the heallog art; that reason
ing power thM clearly discerns DsriT and sup.
plies a remedy, that restores step by stie-by
degrees-the body which has been slow Y at.
tacked and weakened by ian insidious disease,
not only commands our respect but deserves
our gratitudo. Dr. Radway has furnished mtn
1. kind wit i that wonderful remedy, Radwaye
Harsapisrillilans Resolvent. wh ich a Icom
pie this result, and suffering humanity,
who dras out an existence of pain and disease,
througit long days and long nights, owe bm
their gratitude."-Afaica8. M.esenger.
FALSE AND TRUE.
We extract from Dr. Radway's "Treatise o
disease and Its Cure," as follows:
List of Diseases Oured by
Ra4way's Sarsaparillian Resolvont.
Chronic Skin Diseases, Caries of the Bone
Humors in the Blood Scrofulous Dime -ses. Bad
or unnat ural Habit of Bdy, Syphilis and Vene
real, Fever 8ores. Chronto or old Ulcers, dalt
Itheum, Rickets, White Swelling, Scal I head,
Uterine Aitections, Cankers Olawfiular Swell
ings, (aes. Wasting and D00ay. of the Body,
Pimples and Blotoies. Tumors, Dyspepsia. Kid
ney a-d Bladder Diseases Chronic Ih umatism
and Gout, consumption, bravel and Calculous
Deposit, and varieties of the above complalpts
to which Rometimes are given specious names.
We assert that there is no known remedy that
possesses the curative power over theso dis
eaIes thot iADWAY's BBROLVJNT furnishps. It
. cures. step by stop. surely. from the founda
1, tion, and restores the injured Darts to their
1 sound condition. The wantop; of thne body
are stopped and healthy blood to isup
plied to tine systen, from which new ma
terlat iN foried. Titis is the lisst co rective
P ower of ItADwAy's RxsoLVXNT. In cases where
he system has been t<allvated and Mercury,
Quicksilver, Corrosive Sublimate have accumu
lated and become deposit ed in the bones, jointS,
etc.. cautting earies of the bones, rIcket s. IDInal
ourvaturei, cont,rtions, white swellings, vari
cos veins. etc., the SANSAPARILLIAN will resolve
away those deposits an i exterminate the virus
of the disease from the system.
If those who are taking thse medicines for
the cure of Chronic. cr. fulous or syphilitic dis
a eases, however slow mn-ty b) the cure, "teel bet
I, ter," and nnd their general health improving,
i their ie,h and weight increasing, or even keep.
- Ig its own is a sure sign that the cure is pro
to gressingein these diseases the patient either
feti better or worse-the virus of the disease
is not Inactiv; If not arrested and driven from
the blood It will spread and continui to under
i. mine tihe constitution. As soon Its the SARsA
- PARILLIAN make the patient feel beiter," every
lour you will grow better and IncreaAe in health,
strength and flesh.
Thrs removal of those' tumors by RADwAY's
Iso1VRNT is now so rertainly establis4hd thut
aah:st was once co!itidered almo ,t miraculous is
iow a co:nmon recogniz-d f tot by all parties.
m Witne a the cases of lannah P. Kn-ipp Mrs. 0.
Krapf, Mrs. J. H1. Jolly and Mrs. P. D. iendrix.
)' pubilahe I In our Alm-nao for 18T9; also that of
urs. 0. 6. Bibbins. in the present edition of our
"Falnie and True."
One Dollar per Mottle.
r MINUTE REMEDY.
(oaly requires minutes, not hours, to relieve
pain and cure acute disease.
Radway's Ready RelIef,
r. tu from one to twenty mi'utes, never fails to
.. reievo PAIN with ine thorough applio tion.
11 Nis matter how viol-nt or exoruciating the ' atr
rhe Il EUAIJM VII, Bed-ridden, Infirm. Crippled,
t- Nervous, Neuralgi, or p ostr-ited with disease
may suffer, RAIAY'd READY RLIELF will
afford instant ease.
tflammation of the Kidneys, Infiamma
tiou of the Bladder, Intiamatiou of the
Dowels, Congestion of the I.uig, Sore
Throat, Difficult Ilreatisiag, Palpits,tion of
the ieart, Hysterics, Croup, tphtiherli,
Catarrhm, Influenza, hleacdache, Tsoothaoihe,
Neuaralgia, Rheumatism, Cold Chills,
Ague Chlila, Clsilbins, Frost Bites,
Bruises. Summer omsplaltt, Coughs,
Yold, iqsraiinu. Pua is n. Chest, Baek esl
Lfn Limis, are instantly relieved.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Fever and Ague cured for Fifty Cents. There
A is not a remedial agent it the world that will
-- cure Fever and Ague, and all othnr Mialarious,
Bilious, Scarnet, tIyphoid, Yellow and ot,her
fevers (ald"d by IRADway's PILLs) so quick as
RADwAY's READY RI.l.
i"t It will in a ow moments, when taken accord
* mng to directions, cure Cramps, Spasms, Sour
Stomach, Heartburn, Sick Heoadache. Diarrhoss
VDysentery coiio, Wind in the Bowels, andal
of Trraveiers should always carry a bottle of R AD
"' %#AY S liADY hilLiEF with them. A few drops
ia w'ater will reven sikcso pains frota
hage fwtr 0i etrta French
- brandy or bitters as a stimulant.
-'inters amnil Luannbersnnen should always
ee provIded with it.
All remedial agents capable of destroying lfs
ha, by an overdo-e should be avoided. Morphine
opium, strychnine, arnica, hyoselamus. and
other powverful remedies, does at certain Limes,
- in very small doses, relieve the patient during
their action in the system, But perhaps the
second dose, it repeated, may aggravate and'in
crease the s'mfforla g, and aniother dose oaus
death.O T'here is no necessity for usIng those
u'scertain agents when a positive remedy like
ItihwAY's IIKADY Ruu.mmxv w ill stop the most ox.
cm uciating pain quicker, without entailing the
least dfloults in either Infant or adult.
TUMl TR UE RE LiEF.
RADwAY's ISEADY 'ELiEF is the only remedial
agent in vogue that will instantly stop pain.
Fifty Cents ler Bottle,
Radway's Regulating Pills.
Perfect Pqrgatives, Soothing ApertS.
ensts, Aot Without Pain, Always Rtelin
bie and Natural in their Operation.
A VEGETABLB BUBSTITUTE FOR OALOMEL.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with
*sweettrgm, purge, regu.aaw, purity, cleanse
itADwAY'a Piusa for the cure of all dIsorders
af the 8:omach, liver, Bowels Kidneys Biad
lor, Nervous Diseases, Hoada. he, Conmstipation,
'Iostivenoss, Indigestion, D)yepepsia, lillous.
aras, Fever, Inflammation of the Bowels Piles,
and all derangements of the Interna Viscera,
P Warranted to egfect a perfect cure, Purely veg.
etabie, containing no mercury, minerals or del
tW* Observe 'th'g following syinptoms resaul.
insc from Diseases of the Dlostivorgn;o
htp stion, Inward Piles, Fulness of th Blood
ns the Head. Acidit,y of the Stomach, Nausea
hIeartburn, Disgust. of Food, Fullness or Wei.ghi
in the Stomach. Sour Eruota ions, 8inkLs- or
Pluttering at the Hleart, Choking or Suff.ing
-Sonsatios a hen in a lyin posture, Dlineso
and Dull Pain in the Hamd, Deficiently of Per
.spiraion. Yellowrtea, ef the Skimn and Eytes, Pals
un the Bide, Chest. Limbs. and Sudden Flasses
cf Heat, Burning In the Flesh.
A few doses of RtADwAY's Prnt.s will free the
system from all the above-named disorders.
Price, 25 Cents per Boa.
MOLD BY DRUGGIiBTS*
READ " FALSE AND TRUE."*
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tile, anti tongue coated, otu are stifegere se
reneidy for all such cases Dr, Pierce' ol4ies
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18glis, WVealt Lenmgs, and eBr17 stages of El.
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taki th lage,repulsive, nAuseotts pills, J'mes
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