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NEWS AND CITIZEN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1895. )0000000OQ Appetite 1 is what the consumptive must have ! j Alter it is increased by o of Norwegian COD LIVER GIL O with GUAIACOL 0 0 vnn will find the loss of ftesli will O stop. Then you will commence to put on fat. Why is this? It is be emise the Guaiacol destroys tuc poi ' sonous Bacteria present in the blood J and the stomach ; in other wordi, it ' gives Nature a chance. ' Tt is rvlonsnnt to take and the kind 1 Physicians Prescribe. At all drug stores, T. A. SlQCliM CD.i HEW YSilK. Q 30OOCOOO0000CO000C0COO0O V H? The idea that the c ! . i i in c d superiority cf o:ie brand of salt over another is only salesmen'. talk, has lo'ibcen exploded. Everybody knows Wl' fiat ASHTON'S or "EUREKA" ?alts are superior to C -11 . 4 1 ' II ' ,in imiurs. rurcr and stronger and go farther than others. For sale by all leading houses. FRANCIS D. MOTJLTON & CO., General Atjeuts for U. S. und Cauutlu, ii'J Broadway, Nov York. : Fall and Winter STYLES have arrived anil are now being shown by O. L. WOODS. A choice selection of O vercoat, Suit and Pant Patterns. First Class Work at REASONABLE PRICES. O. L. WOODS, Portland Street, Morrisville, Vt. Trje First of American flews papers, Charles fl. Dai?a, Editor. The American Constitution, the Amer ican Idea, the American Spirit. These first, last, and all the time, forever. Daily, by mail. - - $6 a year Daily & Sunday, by mail, $8 a year the Weekly, - - - $1 a year The Sunday Sun, is the Greatest Sunday Newspaper in the world. Trice 5c. a copy. By mail, $2 a year Address, Th.0 Sun, ITcw Tori:. BOILING WATER OR MILK GRATErUL-COMFORTING. LABELLED 1-2 LB. TINS ONLY. POOR BUSINESS STATIONERY or other printed matter belittles auy business; so Don't Use It. Send your printing to the News and Citizen Job Ollice. You are then sure or neat and tasty work ; equal to that of anv oflbe. This is no idle boast. The News and Citizen Job Printing Office is well equipped in all depart ments and able to do first-class work at reasonable prices. 1'at roniz your home ollice where sat isl'nethm U guaranteed and you c in see what you are getting. Uorri3irilla or ZIyde Park. BUTCHERS! W3 WANT YOUR CALF SKIMS, BEEF HIDES, Rhepp Pelts, Taliow, Bone and Mftrkrt Vnte M e pay frt lit from almost ull atutiona If ymi can Rive UK a guarantee that you will not mmappropriato It, we will furnish you cash to buy your nelnhbor'lililanl akin. Wfiend price UstH and market report whenever there In a change In valaes. Write us for further par ticulars. CARROLL S. PAGE, Hvde Park. Vt. EURtKA J'i FINE SALT d DAIRrATPBLEUSE 1 CHISHim. En&laka. "1 .-jut m)t sun E P P S EQUALIZERS FOR HORSES. Throe tir.t Four Ilorsp Equalizer I'e 8 riln l ly a Knrlli I?:iloti 1'iirmer. A North Dakota correspondent of The Country Gentleman jives an illustrated description of wh:;t ho calls the best rrpiulizers for thieo and four horses, llu writes: T." three horsa equalizers roino with I suli.-y ph; that I purchased. The "our horse I io:iUived myself. I use Tnnr.t: house KQiwuzr.n. them on a vncm by slipping astraddle of the tongue and on a plow by putting a clevis in place of tho tongue. I have three holes in the insido end of the. short tveneis. The hole next to tho cen ter is equal distance from tho center, with tho hole in tho outside end. With tho other two holes I can favor tho lead ers as I choose. Tho driver can see whether his leaders aro doing their fiharo of the work or not by watching 2 Forn horse equalizer. the short eveners. They are so satisfac tory that I do not work four horses to a wagon without them. I have a different rig for one gang plow. In the three horse equalizer the short eveners are attached to tho long one by good swingletreo centers and clevises. Wo need something to equalize our horses in this country, where we use a four hors'j team so universally four VERTICAL VIEW. horses to tho drill (7 to 13 feet), to the harrow ( 16 to 20 feet), to the binder (0 to 0 feet), to the grain tank (100 to 150 bushels) and tothoplow(24to ilOinehes). The Incubator. This is tho reason for artificial incu bators when early broilers aro required. The hen is a first rate medium for ho teling in tho spring and summer, but as the hens do not sit in winter, except rarely, tho early broilers must bo hatch ed with incubators, which bring out Eovoral hundred chicks at a time, and as it costs but little moro to care for a largo number of chicks than to attend to a hen or two in unseasonable weather tho incubator is much cheaper. Tho general opinion is that eggs in an incubator i;hould be turned twice a day. Tho few experiments which have been made with unturned eggs are not reassuring. Theory seems to agree with fact, for the thoory is that unless tho eggs aro turned thcro is danger of tho embryo becoming attached to ono part of the shell, and the facts, so far as ex periment has gone, show that this at tachment is sometimes made. IS is ar gued that a hen turii3 tho eggs, and man should do the same. The hen is the model tho man should imitate. American Agriculturist says: A lien does turn her eggs moro or less when Eho finds nplaco for her feet in tho nest, and when she gathers the eggs under her, but sho does not proceed systemat ically about it, and it is probable that some eggs get very little turning. It is possiblo also that these unturned opixs are tho ones that have chickens in them Tinablo to break out of tho shell. There is no proof, however, of this suggestion. Moro experiment is needed to demon- Btrato whether or not tho turning of the eggs in incubators is a necessity. Until such experiments aro made and the question is dc finitely fettled it will be well probably to continue tho turning of tho eggs. llayrii hs or liarruclic. A featuro of tho landscapo in many parts of New Jersey is tho hayricks, or barracks, as they are called. Tlioso consist of a square roof supported by and secured to stout posts of considera ble height at each corner. These roofs slide up and down on the poles and aro supported at any desired height by pins or by any other device If a small amount of hay is to bo sheltered, the roof is lowered; if a largo amount, it is raised accordingly. A horso fork rig icing may bo secured in tho peak of tho roof and the hay bo hoisted as easily as in tho barn. After tho hay is all in tho roof may be lowered and the top of tho hay completely sheltered. This kind of sheltir is inexpensive, when properly constructed vi ill last many yours, and tho hay i.i far moro sccuro than in a fctack. Itueklen'R Arnlra Salve. The bist Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum- Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re funded. Trice 25 cents per box. For sale by II. J. Dwinell. . tri - I A- iAEOR SAVING MACHINERY. An Improved Hand Cultivator For Which Thanks Are Don to a lreucliman. Yankee invention has dono much to lighten tho labors of our farmers with improved implements, but there is one labor saving machino worthy of descrip tion and exhibited at the last Paris ag ricultural show for which no Yankee can claim a patent. This implement, the design cf a clever Frenchman, it is claimed, is a perfect mechanical substi tute for work that is laborious whon dono by hand. Tho operator, having to exert a stress of but from nino to ten pounds upon the winch handles, can produce through tho combination of gear wheels a stress of from 4-10 to 450 pounds upon tho toothed cylinder designed to dig up and turn over tho earth. The principlo of tho invention con sists in tho use for tho digging and weeding of tho ground of a cylinder armed with steel teeth, to which is communicated a rotary motion for the purposo of causing tho curved teeth to penetrate tho earth. Upon operating tho machine tho earth caught between tho teeth is lifted and turned over in a continuous manner. Tho machino while operating causes tho carriago that supports it to movo forward. The frame of this carriago is provided with aseric3 of knives that pass between tho teeth and cut and break tho clods of earth at the moment they are lifted. The sketch given of this cultivator in a foreign exchange shows that the apparatus consists of a central frame carried by another frame on four wheels. Tho 6haft, which i i provided with largo INGENIOUS IIANO CULTIVATOB. teeth or picks, constitutes tho digging cylinder. A chain passing over the shaft engages at the top of tho upright frame with a rachet wheel that receives its motion from the winch handles. In order to regulate the tension of the chain, the rachet wheel and gear who .s are mounted in a cap terminating .t the upper part of the frame. The paratus, as we have said, is suppo: 1 by four wheels, two in front and tvs behind. The wheels are mounted :. the extremity of levers jointed upon the axis of tho digging tool. A special com bination formed of connecting rods per mits, through the winch handles, of ono another, to entirely lift tho tool above, regulate tho depth of tho dig ging, and maneuver serves on tho one hand to tho ground in order to permit of tho moving about of tho apparatus. Experiment With Fertilizers. Rural New Yorker recounts tho fal lowing experience with fertilizers in Connecticut: A former factory workman, tired of work in tho mill, bought a small piece of land and started growing fruits. His land was poor, but by using manure and fertilizers heavily ho secured good crops from the start and made a profit. Tho manner of disposing of this profit is what we desire to call attention to. Near his place is lot of waste land, useless as it stands tor any practical purposo. It is bought for $20 an acre with each year's profits, broken up and thoroughly fined and planted to corn, with lots of fertilizer. The following year it goes into potatoes, with about a ton of fertilizer to the acre. The follow ing yoar it is set out to small fruits liko blackberries or raspberries or to grapc3. The potatoes yield a profit largo enough to pay the original cost of tho land half a dozen times over, and when well set to blackberries the value is at least fir0 per acre in earning capacity. Thus tho profits are invested in improvements, which in turn pay compound interest in profits. Is there any other system by means of which wild land can he increased in value oOO per cent in thieo years at a profit? OuriiiR Itacon. Hero is a recipe from Tho New Eng land Homestead for curing bacon: Wait until tho pork is thoroughly cooled throughout before packing it. Prepare the brino by taking enough pure water to cover tho meat, and to each 100 pounds of pork take 4 ounces of saltpe ter, 8 pints of common molasses or 2 pounds of brown sugar and 7 pounds of clean salt. When thoroughly dissolved in tho water, pour it over tho meat. If tho brino is boiled, all tho impurities Which riso to the top should bo skim med off and tho b.ino thoroughly cooled before adding it to tho meat. Tho pork should remain in tho brine three or four weeks beforo smoking. Here anil There. Bo sure that your celery trenches have good drainage and aro well pro tected overhead, so that neither frost nor water can reach tho foliage. Beets, carrots and turnips in tho cel lar aro liablo to s hrivcl and become worthless unless slightly covered with toil, sands, sods or a blanket. Protect onions from severo freezing;' vecp dry and in a low temperature, say 10 degrees. Tho stato legislature of Vermont has Chosen red clover as tho stato flower. Hothouse tomatoes, says a New York exchange, nro already in tho market, Vlmost beforo thcro has been a killing frost. They are beautiful in appearance und command fancy prices. Reports from the state of Maino say I hat farmers never had a larger crop of I :il. luges or thosa of better quality than this year. High grade fertilizers aro used with liberal hand by eastern market gulden 5rs, who make every foot of ground pay. UNCONSCIOUS MONOLOGI3TS. They Aro Victims of tlie DiHienlry oi IIeaviii Oneself Think In Ciotliam. ' I cannot say whether I shall make any detailed and professional use cf iy observations," said a neurologist, "but I do not mind telling you in a general way that New Yorkers are fast becom ing a raco of unconscious monologista that is, of talkers to themselves without knowing it. Go down into tho business quarter of tho city and just watch tho people there. I have not got my per centages together yet, but it is safe to say roundly that you will see nearly half tho peoplo exhibiting sonio of the forms of tho dkease, for of courso it is a disease. They aro either moving thoir lips, wagging their heads, puckering their eyebrows, making gestures with their hands or doing something, while in a great number of cases they aro busy carrying on imaginary conversa tions between themselves and somebody else, laying down the laws with much emphasis, reading tho riot act to some ono or else meeting imaginary issues Tvith circumstantial replies. "You will seo men doing the same thing in hotel lobbies, in tho street cars and on tho up town thoroughfares. Women are falling into the habit also, but not so much as men. Tho other day, while I was waiting for my coupe, I sat at tho office window, and I declaro that out of tiie 7o peoplo who passed eight wero showing some signs of monologa nia. "Of courso the primal cause of tho disease is that wo never allow our minds any period of repose. We nro so eternally full of plans and schemes that anything like a quiescent mood is unknown, and that condition of morbid mental activ ity supervene.;, which in turn is follow ed by a distinct weakening of thecen sory cells, of which condition self com munication is always one of the symp toms. "At tho same time it must not be overlooked '-hat undoubtedly much of tho habit is duo to tho fact that this city is so thundering full of noise that ono cannot hoar oneself think, and so peoplo have to think aloud. " Now York Sun. A Man of Prudence. The cowboy was sitting in a chair tilted back against the shady side of the saloon taking it easy when one of his friends came by. "Hello, Dick!" he said. "What's this story about the barkeep over tho way callin you a liar yisterday and bullyraggin you around fer an hour er more?" "That's what he done," admitted Dick boldly. "What did you let him do it fer?" "I had my reasons. " " 'Fraid of him?" Dick jumped up. "Hold on there, pard, " he said. "You ain't in tho same fix that the bar keep was, and it ain't safe." "Don't you worry about mo. What about the barkeep?" "Well, it was this way," explained Dick. "The barkeep was negotiatin fer a policy on his lifo for 10,000 in favor of his widder. Tho business wasn't set tled till this mornin. Now it's in workin order, an I'm goin over after awhile and give him a chanco to bully rag mo some more. Then I'll go round and have a littlo talk with tho widder. You must think I'm a chump that can't seo past tho end of my 110-.0. " Detroit Free Press. A Good Suit of Clothes. A Barnesvillo lawyer appeared beforo his friends in a new and costly suit of clothes recently. When he named tho price, a bystander exclaimed: "Whew! I haven't had that much cash in a month of Sundays." "Cash!" exclaimed the lawyer. "Why, I got it on credit, and I shan't lose any sleep if I never pay for it. I think turn about's fair play, and tho other fellow can afford to do without it." And, lifting himself to his full height and buttoning his coat across his chest, he continued: "No, gentlemen, I never intend to wear a shabby suit. A man just can't afford to do it. Nobody has any respeVt for shabbiness. Why, I couldn't gain a caso if I wore shabby clothes if I had the eloquence of a De mosthenes or Cicero, not if all tho law and tho prophets were 011 my side. A jury just wouldn't respect me enough to listen to me, twid tho judgo himself would givo his decision according to my outward appearance. No, sir, a man can't afford to wear shabby clothes." Atlanta Constitution. When the Girl chanced into a woman, the matter of utmost import. ance to her is the recular. ity with which j nature purifies 'her system. bhe should avoid retention. suppression, or irregularity. When nature balked, the blood becomes poisoned, heart, lungs, and kidneys effected, and you have a wrerl.' rvf ft beautiful life to mourn. Be advised. Lydia E. Pink, ham's Vegetable Compound is the greatest remedy for irreg ular, painful, or suspended action ever known. All drug gists have it, and thousands of women recommend it. Many a girl has been re turned to health by its use. WW WW is 1 M 1 i There's No Choice in Bicycles. The Victor Pneumatic tire has no rival. It is more durable than any other and the inner tube can be re moved in case of puncture in less than five minutes. The only inner tube removable through the rim. All Victor improvements are abreast with the times and meet every requirement. 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