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LAW FOR FARMERSI—CATTLE IN TMK
HIOHWAY. - Mr. H. A. Haigb, LL. 8., of
Detroit, gives a resume of the laws on the
subject, In the American Agrivul
turist for June, from which we extract
It is a genet al doctrine of law in this
country that the land iu the highway be
longs to the owners of land lying along
each side. With a few exceptions tile
American farm extends to the middle of
the road, and the public has only the right
to pass and repass there in an orderly man
ner, and the right to keep the way in re
pair. Every other use of the highway
which does not interfere with this pub ic
light, belongs to the farmer owning *he
adjacent land. He owns the soil, grass,
trees, stones and gravel, and everything
else upon the surface or under it, and may
use them all In any waj tuat does not af
lect the public right of passage; and the
law will protect hit ownership in them just
as much as though they were inside his
fence. No other person has any more
right to pasture his stock there thau in in
closed lands; nor can he hitch his horse
to a tree there without being liable tor the
trespass, especiaby if the hone should
gnaw the tree or do other damage; he CAD,
in fact, only pass orderly aloug.
As to road teams, the laws do not, with
the possible exception of those of New
York above noted, impose auy obligation;
and the farmer may, ft he remove
such fences, without impairing his right
ot action against tne owners ot any domes
tic auiuia's tnat enter and do damage by
If a person lets his cattle go in the high
way, he is liable for the trespass they
commit by simply being there unlawfully;
lor the gnus they consume, for the injury
they occasioa to the sod or by liarkiug the
irees, and lor auy (ther damage they may
do. If, win e there, thty hook, or Kick,
or bite any per on lawfully using the way,
he would be liable for the injury. A man
once turned his horse in'o a public plaie
whtre children were play in,', one of whom
began switching the horse, which turned
and kicked and killed the child, lie wa>
convicted of manslaughter.
Notwithstanding the fact tha' the farmer
OWLS the laud of the road, he cannot use
it himself lor any purpose which at all In
terlcres with the public lights there. He
can not put Lis wood piles, wagons or pig
pens there; and if he does, and tue traveh r
ruts into them in the night ana is injured,
he would nut only he liaoie for the private
carnages sustained —(Liusley vs Bushuell,
15 Conn. 2-5) but he may lie indicted fur
obslinc.iu, a puoilo Way.
Knuvo WEEDS WITH VITRIOL, — WT
bave here tound the use of drops of sul
phuric acid (oil of vitriol) Bn easy, neat
and entirely effective way of destroying
scattering weeds in the grass of a small
lawn or front yard. It is particula ly con
venient for exiirp&tiug such ili looking
interlopers as plaiuta<n. etc. To cut tbe.-e
out with a knife or a spud involves lor each
one several motions and serious labor; and
even this is not effectual unless every root
is completely severed. Eren if done ef
fectively theie IP left either a hole or a
loose dead weed. But, having a spoonful
of vitriol in a small opeu-mouthed bottle,
fastened ou the end of a two foot handle,
we have only to dip the end of a
small rod into it and touch the heart of a
weed, or four successively before dipping
a*aiD, and they are done for. We have
only to see if there are any more left. Oi
course where weeds are to be killed by
wholesale iu fallow ground the lake, or
hoe or Lanow is the thing to use. And
in walking over meadows in the spring,
the spud (a light thin chisel about three
inches wide with a handle five or seven
feet ioog) is an excellent ins rument to
have in hand. It set ves in turn as a staff
and a weeder. Any in rud ng thistles,
docks, dandelions, or the iiite, can be
drawn or cut with ease. In the garden it
is a c: pital thing, lis long handle and
east of • peralion make it very handy to
push tuoug between rows, tl.cing off the
crust an t the coming weed* wit Lout one's
aoir g off the path For this use its blade
s.ou d be lent up a 1 ttle so as to be near
ly bor zontal when iho end of tLe handle
is elbcw b ga. it suits feeble persons who
wish to do some wieding, but who can
lai'ht r S:OOD, or lift or strike without pain.
KHXPIKG WHEAT AND OTIIEK GRAIN.—
Difference of climate has a g*xxi deal to do
with thrashing and selling grain at barret
or immediately alter, in Eag.and more
than half the gram o! all varieties remains
*.ii the straw nulla rubbed till the next spring.
Oats ale never put in barns at harvest;
they are stacked, very ueatJy and cartful
jy thatched by a professional lading
matcher. Wheat, barley, beans and peas
also are chiefly put into ticks and thatched,
remaining til', stack by slack, ihey are re*
quired to be thrashed tor the straw quite
as much as for the grain, excepting
where; capital is short.
A NOVEL Lh USE PLANT. —The common
cranberry is a most attractive plant when
properly cultivated in pots, and can endure
a great deal of neglect which would be fa
tal to other plants. It only needs to be
k< pt crol and mo st. A compost of muck
■nti sand is the proper material for petting
it in Although usually regarded as aqua
tic in it* nature, it aid not do to have the
seal saturated with water. Wuat it re
quires, is that water shall be within reach
of its roots, and that the soil shall be one
tLro-'gn which water can rise readily by
FIIDINS LITTLE PlGS —Young pigs
should be fed a little at a time and often—
this i 3 the lectet of lapid growth. If al
lowed all tney will eat, they will gorge
themselves and biing on colic or become
pot-bellied and stunted, when if the feed
was divided into two or three feedings,
they would digest it without dcraugement
of the 1 oinacb. and grow will.
VALUE OF SURFACE SAIL —It was not
known until discovered by Way, and con
firmed by Liebtg and others, that a few
inches in depth of surface toil has the
power to fix or retain all. or nearly all, the
food ot plants which our manure contains,
such as potash, phosphate of lime and
wmmonia, thus preventing its passage into
the poor subsoil.
Is moist charcoal seeds will sprout with
lemarltable quickness and certainty, but
after they have sprouted they do not con
tinue to grow well in charcoal alone.
Drilled in with the seed charcoal powutr
is faid greatly to promote the growth of
THE best time to topdrers grass land
is in August or S ptembvr. before tbe fall
isits (ocur and alltr the burning beat of
limn er is past; if then applied the rains
roak it and tarry tbe fertil E Dg prop< r ies
di ecl'y 10 the grass rootr, whtre they
IT is sa d by a tanner who has tr'ed the
experiment so often a to he sure of his
ground tbet buttermilk joured ovr the
back of a scut vy pig will tn i e y and sp< ed
dy remove the scurf. The remedy is aim
pie. Almost every fa>mir can'boast of
ooe or more scurvy nigs, and if battrrmilk
will cure it, it should not be spared.
CODFISH A LA MATTRK D'HOTKL. —Buy
as much cod iu thick slices as you re
quire, two slices being sufficient for tour
persons; boil it, allowing a quarter of
an hour for each pound, and when the
flesh will separate easily from the bone
drain it, remove the skin, and put it in
to a stow pan, with a quarter of a pound
of butter, a little chopped slialot and
parsley, pepper and salt to tjiste, anil a
quarter of a teuspoonful of grated nut
meg, (if the flavor is liked, if not omit
it); shake the stew pan gently till the
butter is melted, but not until it is oily;
then, as the ingredients mix well togeth
er, add the lemon juice and serve very
hot; very small, round potatoes, now
that new ones are unobtainable, can 1K
procured by cutting them with the vog
table scoop out of larger ones; should
be served with the flsh; a little parsley,
minced very tine and sprinkled over
them is an improvement.
CKLHKY Sour.—This soup can be made
with or without stock, but it is better
with it. If made with stock, take nine
heads of celery and cut them up into
small pieces; have ready two quarts of
boiling water, into which throw the cel
ery, a teas jHHUif ill of salt, one lump of
sugar, and a little nutmeg; let it boil
until the celery is perfectly tender; then
pass it through a sieve ; add three-quar
ters of a pint of stock, and let it simmer
for half an hour; to make it richer odd
half a pint of cream and good milk ; let
it come to a Inuling point, and serve im
mediately with fried bread. The best
stock for such white soup is made by
boiling a knuckle of veal until the meat
is all in slireds, adding lemon peel and
straining it for use.
BROWN GRAVY. —Take two pounds of
shiu of beef, one-quarter pound of lean
ham, one onion, two pints of water, salt
and whole pepi>er to taste, one blade of
mace, a pinch of savory herbs, half of a
large carrot, and half a head of celery,
cut the beef and ham into small pieces,
and slice the vegetables; have a jar which
would hold two pints of water and ar
range therein tho ham, meat, vegetables
and seasoning alternately, tilling up with
two pints of water; close tho jar tightly,
so that no steam can escape; place it m
the oven to remain six or eight hours.
At the expiration of that time strain the
gravy, ami when eold remove every par
ticle of fat; it may bo flavored with wine,
catsup, or any sauee preferred.
A VERY GOOD APPLE PIE. —Take a
largo oofi'eecupful of light broad dough,
work ill it a piece of buttor tho size of
ail egg, fill a deep dish with apples sliood
thin, put a little water on them, roll out
the crust just to cover tho dish, and buko
until tho apples are perfectly soft; thou
with a knilo lift tho crust off, lay it up
side down on u plate a little larger than
tho crust; mash the apples with tho back
of a spoon in tho disk they wore liaktxl
in, put a piece of buttor in them as largo
as a nuting, sugar to your taste, stir
well together, spread them on tho crust,
grate nutmeg over the top, and you have
a nice pie. Better if oaten with cream.
LIGHT TEA BISCUIT. TWO quarts of
sifted flour, one pint of sweet milk, in
which melt one quarter of a pound of
sweet butter, one teasjioonful of salt in
the milk, one teacup of fresh yeast,
well shaken diligently with a fork. Lot
the milk, etc., bo just blood warm, no
more; then knead *as breath Out it
across, through with a' knife. Let it
rise six or seven hours, as it may require.
Take from the pan, knead it well, cut in
small cakes, and put to rise in a pan an
hour before baking. This recipe, with
additional sugar and suitable spices,
makes excellent family doughnuts.
BOILED FROSTING. —If a little cream
of tartar is mixed with the sugar the
frosting will harden at once. Make the
frosting as follows : Boil two and one
half cups of sugar with two-thirds of a
cup of water until it will hang in strings
from the spoon, add the white's of three
eggs beaten to a froth, stir it until it is
quite smooth and add the juice of one
lemon. This will make enough to put
between the layers of a good sized cake
and frost the top and sides. One cup
of sugar and one egg is enough for the
top sides of a good sized cake.
A NICE SUPPER. A good supper is
maele of bacon and potatoes in this way.
Thin slices ef bacon are fried to a delicate
brown and set away in a plate in the
oven. Cold boileel potatoes are cut in
slices and fried crisp in the fat; thin
slices of onions are aeldeel five minutes
before they are done. Serve these with
tart apples stewed until soft but not
broken; put these in a pan; put in
water and sugar to make a syrup and
put them in the oven to brown.
STEWED CARROTS. —Serajre the carrots
and cut them in half; Then cut them up
into small strips alwmt an inch in length,
place them in a stew pan, with salt and
enough water to cover them, and let
them simmer till quite tender; then
draiu them, replace them ill the pan,
with two ounces of butter, dredge them
well with Hour, arid enough water to
moisten thoroughly, (some i>ersons pre
fer stock;, let thein come to the boil
and serve very hot.
MINCE PIES. —The best of mince meat
is made as follows; Four pounds of round
of beef; two pounds of suet; eight pounds
of apples; four pounds of sugar; two
pouiuls of raisins; two ouuees of cinna
mon; one of allspice; one nutmeg; two
quarts of lxnled cider; one pint of brandy;
half a pint of molasses; half a cup of
salt. Chop and mix all tine and put
down in a jar to ripen.
NEW TOWELS. —When new towels are
to be washed first, overcast the fringed
edge, shake the fringe out well before
they are hung up to dry, or the fringe
may be whipped out over the back of a
chair. This is better than combing and
does not wear out the fringe.
BROWN BETTIE.— This is a simple and
easily made pudding. Put alternate
layers of grated bread crumbs and
chopped apples in a pudding dish; sea
son each layer with sugar, cinnamon,
and a little butter. For a dish holding
3 pints, use three cupfuls of hot water.
Bake an hour and a half fend make the
top brown. Serve with sweet cream.
A VENISON ROAST.—A loin of venison is
rolled up with a head of celery and some
sweet herbs inside and skewered and
tied up well. Some water is put in the
dripping pan, and on the top of the
roast some thin slices of salt pork are
laid. Roast for two hours, baste often
and turn once. Thus cooked venison is
juicy and never dry. Serve with apple
sauce or jelly.
GOLD CAKE.—A very satisfactory foun
dation for a chocolate caks is made as fol
lows : Half a pound of sugar; four ounces
of butter; half a pound of flour; the
yolks of five eggs; and one teaspoonful
of baking powder are well beaten to
gether and flavored with vanilla.
"1 COME over to see alxmt your boy,"
said a neighbor last evening. "He's
very troublesome about my house. Ho
lias been throwing rotten apples into my
front yard and calling my wife Old Molly
"And I was going over to see you
about your boy," was tho rejoinder.
"He chalked my woodshed all over with
n picture of my wife driving me out of
the hack door with a kettle of water in
oue hand and a broom in tho other."
"Is that so? Then Igo in for civil
service reform within our own families."
The boys never* knew what they were
"licked" for that night.
Uncle Sam's Men.
Uncle Sam's letter-carriers are a hard
workiug set of man, and are liablo to con
tract rheumatism because of the constant
exposure to which they are subjected.
Calling at the post-office the rep >rter hail
a pleasant conversation with Mr. J. 11.
Mattern, one of the most popular and
clever letter-carriers in Indianapolis. Mr.
Mattern said that, while iu the army dur
ing the civil war, he sprained one of his
ankles, which was always worse In the
spring during tho period of the rapid
changes in the weather. He did not thai
much relief from the several remedies he
applied. But two years ago he hit upou
St. Jacob's O 1, and experienced wonder
ful relief from its use. Several applications
of the Great German Remedy relieved
him eutirely. The reporter talked with
others among the letter carriers and
found that the great Gertuau Remedy
was popular in tho post-ollico. They use
it for sore feet, rheumatism, etc., ami
praise it highly.— lndianapolis (Ind.)
"OUR little Bobby" of four years had
been lectured by his aunt on the evil of
disobedience to parents, and the exam
ple was showed him of a boy who diso
beyed his mother and wont to the river
aud got drowned.
"What did they do with him?" asked
Bobby after a moment's refleotiou.
"Carried him home," replied theuunt,
with due solemnity.
After turning tho matter over in his
mind—profitably, it was hoped—ho
looked up and closed the conversation
by asking, "Why didn't they chuok him
in again ?"
We see In the New York Spirit oj
the Times mention of the cure of >lr.
George Drake,46 Fifth street,lndianapolis,
Ind., of a severe case of water rheumatism,
bv the use of St Jacob's Od.— Cmoinnati
HE had been courting her for three
years, and the other evening when he
tusked her to sing something, she inno
cently warbled : "Why don't the men
propose, mamma?" Mamma said the
conundrum was a very timely one, and
perhaps Mr. Fitzslow could answer it.
Fitz said he was never very good at
guessing conuiulrums, and besides he
didn't feel very well, and it looked like
rain, and some other time— He didn't
stay longer than that.
AllM'l Brain Foot
Cures Nervous Debility and Wsaaoesa
jf Generative Organs, $1 —all druggist*.
Send for circular. ▲llea's Pharmacy, HI
Pirst IT M H. 1.
OVERHEARD at a ball : "Didn't you
say the other evening, Miss Mary, that
your father had a hundred thousand
] annuls iu the Three Per Cents?"
"Yes, Mr. Gralxlower, 1 did."
"And a largo estate in Leicester
"Certainly; besides another in York
shire, Mr. Grabdower."
"And yet, Miss Mary, you can doubt
my love for you !"
"YES," he said to his confidential
friend, "I am engaged to her, and Istip
jHise I ought to lie very happy; but
somehow I am worried alwmt a possible
former attachment of her. There's that
infernal blackguard, Jones, who—"
"Why, you stupid fellow she hates
liini like poison."
"Yes, yes, I know-that's what troubles
me. She hates him too bitterly uot to
have loved him once."
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send their Electro—Voltaic Belts and ether
Electric Appliances on trial tor thirty days to
any p rson afflicted with Nervous Debility
Lost Vitality, aud 1 indred troubles guarantee
ing complete restoration of vigor and man
Address as above without delay.
P. R No risk is iucurred, as 30 days' trial
IT is with feelings akin to pain that
we observe that our best young men are
clothing themselves in trousers that tit
them too quick, and hats that are built
on the model of a schooner yacht. This
gives them the apjooarance of animated
washbowls trying to walk on stilts.
PAT was sauntering along the street
when he came upon a workman cutting
down a decayed telegraph pole. Sur
veying the operation with a look of min
gled snrpriso and regret, he muttered :
"Begorra, it's too bad. If it kapos 011
this way there'll be no forrist trees left
in the country."
VBGETINB. —This preparation is scien
tifically and chemically combined, and so
strongly concentrated from roots, herbs
and barks, that its good effects are rea
lized immediately after commencing to
SOPHRONIA : "Can the weather proph
ets foretell sudden rain Btorms in Sum
mer?" They could, probably, if they
knew the dates on which Sunday school
picnics would be.
AN extreme agony is for a yonng lady
to add to her toilet a large sunflower at
her belt. The oocult significance of this
is, "I always turn toward the son—of
some rich man." Isn't there u touoh of
the intense about this?
A LADY put her watch under her pil
low, the other night, but couldn't keep
it there because it disturbed her sleep.
And there, all the time, was her bed
ticking right under her, and she never
thought of that at all.
A LITTLE boy who wouldn't run to the
store for his mother until he had had a
drink of water, pleaded in extenuation
of his disobedience that "even a river
couldn't run when it was dry."
"PA," says the child, thirsting for
knowledge, "they say that beavers are
the most industrious of animals. What
do they make?"
"Beaver hats, my child—beaver hats."
A SHOEMAKER advertises a footpad that
will relieve pains in the feet. The old
style foot-pad used to relieve you of all
you had about you.
WHY is Barnum's show like a dog's
tail ? 'Cauae it follows Forepaugh's.
A* the use of electricity becomes more
Ami more general, the great importance of
some method of storing the current for
future use becomes more widely apprs
c'ated. Since the announcement of
F.ture's electrical accumulator some
mouths ago, this subject has lieen much
studied, aud several storage batteries have
been produced by emineut electricians.
The moat promising apparatus of this
kind is said to be one Just described by
Mr Henry Sutton, of Australia, to the
British Royal Society. It appears, from
information now at hand, that Mr. Sutton
otitained the best results with a negative
electrode of copper and a positive of amal
gamated lead—that is, lead coaled with
mercury. These two elements are placed
In a solution of sulphate of copper. Wheu
a current of electricity is passed through
this cell the solution is decomposed and
metallic copper deposited on the negative
electrode, while the positive is peroxidized.
When the battery is being discharged the
action is reversed, the copper element
being oxidized, and the oxide combluing
with the acid again forms sulphate of
copper. As the copper is deposited in
charging, the solution gradually loses its
blue color, being converted into sulphuric
acid. It is stated that Mr. Butt>n will
not patent his discovery.
It h I>1( nit 1 Cutlvuena
Is the bane of nearly every American
woman. From it usually arise those dis
orders that so surely undermine their
health and strength. Every woman owes
it to herself and to her family to use that
celebrated medicine. Kidney-Wort. It is
the sure remedy for constipation, and for
all disorders of the kidney and liver. Try
it in liquid or dry form. Equally effleiout
la either. — Button Sunclat/ Budget.
A ih'U' self-actiug safety shield for cir
cular siws, designed to guard against the
contnnt danger which threatens the work
nsn. is made o - ' a plate of iron, or steel
about as thick as the saw and curved to
its radius, bro.ul em uzli to give sufficient
firmness. It is placed at a given distance
from the teeth oi the saw, and is furnished
with movable plates and adjustment
slides aud screws to suit the alterations in
he diameter of the saw by wear, or the
substitution of smaller for larger saw 9, or
nuff deeper than the cutting part of the
-law. The shield is attached to an arm
hung upon a stud concentric with the saw
mandrel, aud is balauccd by a counter
poise under the table. The sami ciiculsr
ihield is about one aud a half inches deep
ind the same thickness as the saw. The
or ward end is so formed that the piece of
imbt r to be cut raises the shield, but the
latter rests upon the timber and iorms a
guard which prevents the workmen from
tiring his bauds or arms into contact with
ihe cutting edge of the saw. As soon as
the timber has passed fn.m the saw the
-hield returns to its origiuai position, en
irely covering the saw, and so rentala9
until raised bv the Dext niece ot timber.
If Nearly Dead
after taking some highly puffed up stuff
with long testimonials, turn to llop liit
iers, and have no fear of any Kidney or
Urinary Troubles, Bright s Disease, Dia
betes or Liver C uip'aint. These diseases
cannot resist the curative power of llop
Bitters,besides it is the great family medi
cine on earth,
7 he timber of the holly-tree is as white
is ivory,and is readily stained with black,
grten. blue, or red. It is chiefly used in
inlaying and Tunbndge ware, also by
turners aud mathematical instrument
makers. The straight slio its, live or six
feet in length, make excellent coachmen's
SUIT ring IN Needles.
Biux'KLYN, N V., June 21, 1881.
11. H. WARN git & Co. : Sir*: —l find
that p&lgat&tion of the heart, shortness of
breath, dyspepsia and pains In the kid
ueys yield easily and gracefully to your
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure.
ItonsßT 11. TUUKHTJN,
The remarkable discovery has been
made by two German chemists that the
life principle is capable of producing chem
ical effect upon salts of silver. 'They re
port that living organic cells readily reduce
solutions of silver, but the action ceases
when dead cells are substituted for the
Every one of our lady readers
should send Ave three cent stamps for a
copy of StrawbridgcA Clothier's Quarterly,
one of tbe largest fashion magazines pub
lished. The present number contains 120
large pages, with 1000 engravings, illus
trating the new fashions and four pages of
new music. Strawbridge & Clothier, Bth
and Market streets, Philadelphia.
In the making of gas, an immense
amount of expense is involved in wnshiag
the gas. with a view to free it from .immo
nia. Tnis costs gas companies an im
mense sum yearly. Professor Wanklyn
has discovered away of getting the
ammonia out without washiug the gas at
C'.uld I but seo Carlioline made,
And view ihe pr -cc<s o'er.
No b.ikl head pate would make afraid,
Nor gray hairs Hght me more.
As no w improved aud perfected,
No oil was ere so sure,
All skin disease, of limb or head,
It never fails to cure.
The enormous supply of glycerine, which
is now an important article of trade, comes
from the candle factories. A few years
ago it was wasted : now it is sent to the
manufacturing chemist, who purifles it by
distillation and filtration through bone
charcoal, and puts it upon the market.
Lydia E Pinkha-rvs Vegetable Com
pound has done thousands of women more
good than the medicines of many doctors,
it is a positivo cure for all female com*
plaints, bend to Lydia E. Pinkham.
THE introduction of a pure bronze gob
bler among a flock of mongrel turkey hens
will add from three to Ave pounds extra
weight per head to the turkeys raised the
That Muaitanri of Aline
Is three turns the man lie was before ho began
using Wells' Health Renewer. sl. Drug
gist*. Send for pamphlet to E. & Wells,
Jersey City, N. J.
MAKING CAKE TO KEEP. —IT is better,
when making cake to use only the yolks
of the eggs; they make it much more
moist and less liable to cry than the
For dizziness, headache, pain in the
back, biliousness, and fever and ague, use
only ''Sellers' Liver Pills."
ART is long, but the artist is usnally
IT goes against the grain to gamble in
corn and wheat.
THH best remedy for a tent soaked eir
Worked Like a Chinn—Cured Salt Rheum
75 COCRT ST., ROME, N. Y., July 10, 1879.
Ma. If. It. HTKVKNS :
Dear Bir—out' year ago last fall my little boy hail
a breaking out or KRVRIPKLAK ami HAI.T KHKCM,
hts fare being one mattered sore of the worst de
scription. Noticing your a Iverttsenient in the pa
pera, I purchased two liottles of the VKOKTINK,
aud, with the iwo bottles, my son was cured. 1
never saw anything Ike the Vegetine; It worked
like a charm I have been city watchman at itoiue
for years. This testimonial is grain. toua.
Holt Alio OHIDLKY.
Makes Von Happy.
BALTIMORE, Ml>., May 8, 1979.
MR. H. K. HTKVKNS:
near Sir—l was dragged down with debt, pov
erty ami sulfur,ng tor years, caused by sickness in
my family and a large bill for doclormg, which did
Dot cure them. 1 became discouraged, until by the
advice or an old friend, I commenced using the
VKOKTINK, ami In one month we were all well, aud
none of us have seen a sick day a:nce. I want to
say to all who know uie, you can keep your family
well the year round, by using VKOKTINK.
13 No. Exeter Street.
IMMCHNC of the Blood.
It AL.TIMOKK, Ml)., Apr. 99, 1879.
MR. XL R. HTKVKNS:
Dear sir—l have suffered for about two yean
with a disease of the Mood, an I after using differ
ent remedies, but dmting no relief, 1 was induced
lo try VKOKTINK. After taking two bottles I was
entirely cured. I have recommended It to all my
friends, aud believe it to be the best medicine of
the kind in use. Yours truly,
• LEAN PER LUBBY.
IS THE BEST
Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists.
I PITTSBURGH, PA.
Will be paid for the detection and conviction of
any person selling or dealing in any bogus, coun
terfeit or Imitation HOP BITTERS, especially Bit
ters or preparations with the word HOP or HOPS In
their name or connected therewith, that U Intend
ed to mislead and cheat the public, or for any pre
paration put In any form, pretending to be the
aame as HOP BITTERS. The genuine have cluster
of GRRKN HOPS (notice this) printed on the white
label, and are the purest and best medicine on
earth, especially for Kidney, Liver and Nervous
Diseases. Beware of all others, and of all pretended
formulas or recipes of HOP BITTKRS published In
papers or for sale, as they are frauds and swindles
Whoever deals In any but the genuine will be
prosecuted. HOP BITTKRS MFO. CO.,
Rochester, N. Y.
0 Holman's Pad
Acts by Absorption
I ■ \f #1 Through the
I fC ji M h'KRTE FORCES and the
I I tlKt'l LAl'lO.
TRADEMARK. The Only True
It is the only known remedy that positively ex
pels every vestige of malarial taint from the blood
without the nse of poisonous drugs. It In n poa.
Hive preventative and rare. Dr. Hol
man's Stomach and Liver Pad is a sovereign reme
dy for t'bllln and Fever, and every other
form of malaria, all stomach and liver troubles,
nervons and sick headaches, chronic diarrhoea,
children's diseases, and many of the complaints
peculiar to Females. Special instructions free of
charge by addressing G. W. Holm&n, M. D. Full
treatise sent free on application. For sale by all
flrst-class Druggists, or sent by mall post-paid on
receipt of price. "Regular' Pad, fi.W; Lung Pad,
|3.ua Beware of Kotai snd Imitation
Pads. Ask for Dr. Uolman'a. Take
HOLMAN PAD CO.,
BOX 2112. 744 Broadway, K. Y
For a qnarter of a century op more Hoste ttert
Btomach Bitters ha 9 been the reigning specific for
indigestion, dyspepsia, fever and ague, a loss of
physical stamina, liver complaint and other dis
orders, and has been most emphatically indorsed
by medical men as a health and strength restora
tive. It counteracts a tendency to premature de
cay, and sustains and comforts the aged and In
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally.
Tub Into Dr. Cook of Haddington, of
ficiating an a prison chaplain, on one oc
casion observed among the prisoners an
old woman who had been a frequent in
mate. "Here again, Mary?" the doctor
said; to which Mary replied, "Aweel,
sir, whaur could Ibe better? I get-my
meat, an' I get my elaes, an' I liae the
benefit o' your ministrationu."
Header, can you believe that the creator
afllicts one-third of mankind with a disease
for which there is no remedy f Dr. R. V.
Pierce's "Golden Me Ileal Discovery 1 ' has
cured hundreds of cases ot consumption,
and men are living to-day—ha<hy, robust
men—whom physicians pronounced in
curable, because one lung was almost
gone. Bend two stamps for Dr. Pierce's
pamphlet on Consumption and Kindred
Affections. Address Worlds Dispsnsact
Mkdioal Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
Tkb following cheerful notice haa re
cently been hung up, neatly framed, in
the bedrooms at the Langliam Hotel,
London : "In case of the death of a
visitor, the hotel charge, in addition to
that for dumage to linen, etc., and clean
ing tlio room, will be five guineas."
Young or middle aged men suffering
from nervous debility, loss of memory,
premature old age, as the result of bad
habits, ahould send three stamps for Part
VII of Dime Bones Pamphlets. Address
World's Dhpknsakt Medical Associa
tion, Buffalo, N. Y.
Bio bustles are coming back into stjJe,
and the old, old feeling of mysterious
wonderment comes over us again when
the sweet giddy charmers trip into our
sanctum and borrow our biggest ex
Dr. Pierce's 4 Favonte Prescription" is
the debilitated woman's best restorative
It is no difficult matter to disoover
rare talent in any direction or depart
ment, in young ladies whose parents are
very wealthy. ' And how handsome they
all are, too!
"bow are You My Old Friends?**
Asked s bright looking man. * Ok! I
feel miserable, I'm bilious and can't ear
and my back LB SO lame I can't work.'
"Why in the world don't you take K;d
ney-Wortl that's what I tike when I'm
out of sorts, and it always keeps me in
perfect tune. My doctor recoratnen led it
tor all such in mines." Kidoey-Wort Is
the s ire cure for biliousness and con
stipation. D>n't fall to try iL— Long
"AIN'T that a lovely critter, John,"
Jeruslia, as they stopped opposite
the leopard's cage.
"Waal, yes," said John, "but he's
dreadfully freckled, ain't he?"
Ilrlulit'k I> wase. Diabetes.
Beware of the stuff that pretends to cure
these diseases or other serious Kidney,
Urinary or Liver Diseases, as they only
relieve f>r a while and make you ten
limes worse afterwards, but rely soielj' on
Hop B t'ers, the only rtinedy that will
surely and permanently cure you. It des
troys and removes the cause of disease so
etftuiuaily that it never returns.
OUT in Leadville, when one is intro
duced to a stranger, the polite thing is
to ask, "What was your name before
you came here?" The next question,
according to the rules of etiquette, is,
"How did you manage to escape?"
Dr. Holuiau's Aim
Is tbat of evi ry legitimate physician wh ,
in writing a prescription, makes it his
Irst business to select the best combination
•f e'en tents that he can find for the de ired
mrpose, let the co-t be what i' may Fits
experience with the Pad led him to give
unusual attention to the invention of a
iNeful Plaster and we risk no:hing in say
ing that be has enabled us to present the
ocst Plaster ever offered to tne peoDle,
"I HOPE this is not counterfeit," said
a lover, as he toyed with his sweetheart's
"The liest way to find out is to ring
it," was the quiek reply.
Children tbat are weak and without ap
petite should be given "Dr. Lindsey's
Blood Searcher. M They will improve at
SOME housekeepers are so wasteful
that the more tlour they have the more
THE barebacked steeds of Darnnm'S
were the only part of the crowd that did
not feel the rein.
"WHEN sorrow has left its traoes,"
what has become of the rest of the har
ARE trunk linos used in driving ele
Dfor Sir;— Our son hes been troubled with
Rupture many year*. Bv your treatment, he
is now an tire iv cured. He needs no Support
or Tram. Oar baby, also, when born had a
Donble Rupture, and is entirely cured by the
use of your Liniment. Bern? now assured,
by the SUOOOM of my children, I am satisfied
to oome under your treatment, in which 1 bad
no fauh previously.
1014 Oanai Street
Dr. Rimes Ore at Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all nerve diseases. All
fits stopped free. Bend to 961 Arch Street
MSBBRB. MOKUAN A HBADLT, Mutual Lite
Building, Tenth and Chestnut sweets, have on
hand a superb stock of extra fine quail tJfcDla
monds, which they offer at as low prices as
donee of the first quaiuy, perfect alike In ooloi
and wane, can he otri for.
Will get valuable information FREE
by sending for circular to B. TOUIUKX, BOSTON, MAM.
A GJS-NTB WANTED.—One Dollar will buy 90 Reiffa 1
jr\ Puzeles which sell for two dollars rapidly every
where. Ten dollar premium offered. Address. (JIR
CLE PUZZLE. 317 Callowliill Street. Philadelphia . Pa
■ ■ Marvdcmt taocsM.
■"cureybr Fit, JfriUpty and Serve J/ftcUont.
■ IS* • XLIBLS If taken aa directed. NaFtU after
■A**' fan'true. Treat! ee and S3 trial bottieflreets
SAW HI IL LSF 'SSSI
THE AULTMAN A TAYLOR CO.. Manafrald. OHIC
0*9(1 r * r Week can be made In any locality.
Samethiny entirely new for agents. SO out
ee - Q- W. TNGRAHAM & CO., Boston. Mase-
A MONTH and board in your county. Men or
va I Ladies. Pleasant business. Address, P. W.
ZIEOLER k CO . Box 96. Philadelphia. Pa.
M ||D% ST 8T M A LB"* work In thr I'. A for the mosey.
K I LLNLNLPI M KNTKKI'HISK lAKKI AI.IC TIT, lln'tt,
M VLLULFTMWPO. Territory filter.. CaUlorw FIWE.
AHIIIII Hernlilne HahltCuiwd in 10
lIPIIIM toiiOdaya Kopay till Cared.
UPI lUlvl 1 )H - J - STKI'HKMS, Lebanon, Ohio
WUUM AUASOI'IUO MA* UAIIUOO. ••
e *nfer m nysr anon the Ad rerlheT wad tl s
ibllsher nystatins tb*t the 7 wthfdv ■
leeaeetlf IVU !ors l(ssbF Os saee t
MRS. UMI PUKHM, OF LYNN, USX
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'B
Tor all thH Painful Complaint* and Weakneesea
common to oar boot female population.
It will care entire!/ the wont form of Female corn*
plaint*, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcera
tion, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, anil 1* particularly adapted tc the
change of Life.
It will ■ilseolTe and expel tumors from the uterus la
an early stage of development. 7he tendency to oaa-
Oerouj hum ore there Is checked eery speedily by Its use.
It removes falntneas, flatulency, destroys all srartng
(or relieves weelneaeof thwatomaok.
It surt-s Floating, Headaches, Kerrons Croetration.
General Debility Slosplesauess, Dcpresnlon and Indi
That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, Is always permanently cured by Its use.
It will at all times and under all eiroumstaume act ta
harmony with the laws that gorera the female system.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sax this
Compound is unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. PIXIaUAM'S VEGETABLE CAM
FOOD is prepared at tBB and 2X6 Wester* A ran no,
Lynn, Mass. Price fl. Six bottles for $&. Beat by mall
In the form ot pills, also in the form of losestgea, on
reoeif* of price, fl per box far either. Mrs. Plnhbam
freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Band for pamph
let. Address as above. Mention this paper.
No family should be without LYDIA E. PIVKHAM'S
LTVKR PQJA Tbcy oure constipation, hfllntisnnss
and torpidity ot the liver. M eenta per box.
MMT hold br *ll Dru*iilata. ~%kM
WORTH Bil FOR.
Dr. A. ch.nch. of Philadelphia, ha
fust publlihod a book on *-DI.HE INCSI of the
LCJitth Mud MOW TMET CAM BE
CURED which ho offers to send free, post
paid, to all applicant*. It contain* valuable Infor
mation for all who suppose thomsolvoi afflicted
with, or liable to, any disease of the throat or
DR. J. 1L SCHEXCK & SON,
IRCH iTHBKT, I'Dll-inKLPUIA, PA.
• My porcelsin-llned Pomps are manufactured
■ndsr I lconse,and buyers are guaran'eed against
any and all claims from the Company holding the
patent. Don't fail to moks a not* •/
tMs point. f
Clrtfol'T m.de -O * ALL
of i \ the most
Best Selected \ \JL\ Valuable
Timber. \ Improvements.
The BLATCHLEY PUMPS are for aalo by the
best houses In the tra e.
Name ef my nearest agent will be fbrnlshed on
> application to
C. G. BLATCHLEY, Manufacturer,
808 MARKET ST.. PHILADELPHIA. PA.'
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U into aft®, package makes ft gattoffa of a
I delicious, wholesome, sparkling Temperance
beverage. Ask your druggist, or sent by mail for
Bft®. C. K. HIR-EB, 48 N. Delaware Ave., Pkll*
Its Certain Relief and Car®, by Dr. J. A.
Sher MAN'S Method, without the inconvenience and In
jury trusses inflict Hie txxok. with likenesses of bad
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other*. is mailed tor ten cents. Offloe, 308 WALNUT
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vbtfvk >tb 70 llluiitimtleno, and iacomp-ete
including the Death end Burial of Iwe
AND We also illustrate the kitting, the bouse.
_ _ _ _ __ _ Jesse James alter death, his wife, his
r n M B1 WW twochddren born in outlawry, the Fords
f K 11 lei l\ wlio made the capture.etcaisaa fbll-page
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Bend stamp for price-list. philada, FA
TBI |®U IS MlflflTT. trot. MARTINEZ.
I If U I n lb. Great SyanOt B.r. A'rolo(t f J|Bk ,
rrnu your fiitura baabaod or wifc, witb aama, ttisa',
asTplaea of meatlne. as* data of urOaa. ysysbelef. J
hb nnllcMd. Money ta .D Bt tatußwl
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