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there are nione,
b o at times; there are so
mi t 'ilite to n up asid wasted.
.40 i hornge an odd m
n*rS * lbe mine of to
th e'0iiig oolletoe and the illustrated
w fuxnis materials ,for many
an evening's work. Tese abr6ap books
are pretty for Christmas sents-to Chi
dren. You maytake gd musln of
different olots, one ., of blue, one
of Pink one of . white, , etc., a
yard of ,a; fold eseh into
si. squae. or if you have large
pictures, olint .four. Lay them
evenly together ad stitch one side
strongly, then ont. th otier sides into
points with sa ri ,eissors. Trim the
picture's neatly and;, begin on the third
StMarch is best to fasten the pictures to
the inualin. Lay them fsos-down,brh
the books- evenly and quickl with t e
staroh, then raise carefully and put them
im place. A page may bo arranged with
a large picture in the centre and smaller
ones around the outside, still smaller
ones nicely grouped. A margin of about
an inch should be left around each large
picture. When a page is arranged and
partly dry, it should be pressed with a
warm iron. The cover may be decorated
a. yo'n ylease, a border worked with
vwrbted, and a name and title in letters
cut from the headines of papors.
There are many large prints in the
illustrated papers thatare well worthy of
preservation. It will be found pleasant
vork to make a collection of them and
mount them on cardboard, white or
tinted, either (or framing or for a port
folio. This is a delicate operation and
requires practice to do it well. The en
graving must be laid face down upon a
wmpoth board or table, and thoroughly
w et; use a sponge aind perfectly clear
water. You may give it tone, if the
paper should be too white, by using a
weak solution of tea. When wet on both
sides plaee it between two pieces of blot
tiog paper, laid between two panes of
glass. Place this under a heavy weight;
wheu nearly dry the danip blotting pa
per must be exchanged for dry. When
dry run your paste brush lightly around
the edge, and place the picture carefully
on cardboard, putting it again under the
weight for a few hours. There should
be no wrinklos when it is done. Peneil
and crayon drawings may be treated in
the same way.
I know of nothiug that shortens a
long ovening so admirably, or that makes
bod time come so early as this work
among pictures. It is equally eflcacious
for a stormy Saturday. Many a time in
the past. I have moro than hinted a wish
for a rainy Saturday, when pictures and
scraps had accumulated..
The btest paint for tin or iron is corn
posed of pure linseed *oil and earthy
grimulated powders are best as a pig
pnint, .asi they off~er less air holes and
give a firmer hold for the oil on the
grits and thags bend thma to the metal.
The oil in this mnner gets close to the
- metald and offers resistance to the air in
removing the atoms from its cohesion.
.T~eware of all metallic oxides or mn eral
pa.ints, especiallyv on lofty towers i.r in
sooessible covermngs of metal. Roofing
tin should, when laid, be kept clean
~frosa aindfalls. of .duet, and., painted
*once in every two or three years, by the
da~y--never~by contract. Mtals aplied
a where shingles are laid behind parapet
walls, shouild be well painted on both
sides, and the exposed crevices between
the lap puttied and painted, and th'us
* ~t of leaks ini corn ers " which no feller
coi - und out. "' Woodwork should never
be allowed to close down on the metal,
but instead, a space of one or two inches
shoul always be left, so that paint can
be easily~up ied to all ilashings on all
*. sidesaand were the dust can beeiasily
swept- out. Many troublesome leaks
occur from the base of balustrades shut
ting:down so closo that dirt icoco lete
ly imprisoned, and, consequen y, in
*time decomposition setsain and the
Smetal coverings are ruined. Bay win
dows, with bal conies, or with .other
ornaments. if p~ut on with an idea of
a' permanency, should leave ample room
for the painters' bhrushes to reach every
* anglo, nokor corner, and thusi save a
A Straight Man.
It used to be all the fashion with leo..
turers to have the Mayor of the town or
some other prominent citizen introduce
them to thao audience as a send off, and
upon the ocousmon in the years gone
by when the temperance lecturer struok
a .oertain town in Michiga not over
fifty miles from Detroit, the &ayor stood
up before the audience and began:
"ILadies and-and-ladies and-and."
-. " Gentlemen," whispered the lecturer.
" Yes, of course-ladies and gentle
* men, I have the honor to introduce vou
* .to die notorious--'m, the honorab4)
the honorable mister---mitr---...."
Here occurred another painfulpas
during which the Mayor walked over anc
aaked the lecturer his name..
"Simpkins," was the reply.
-1" I have the honor to introduce," he .
rpeated, as he walked bc,"tehp
a, orable Mister-Mister-bang it I Inever
-* could ;weemer a name two minutes I.
It's o"no aoonhowever. He and I
haye e paig poker all the after
noon at the hotel,7 and I give yumy
word that he i. s sattaight as a 'en-fo
pole. Get up, Jnogo, and slioot oft
your lecture! -Detroig P-ee Pre.
"RALPH, my own Ralph, you see be
fore you the most unhappy woman in
the world," "Speyens I" my dearest
Adelgitha, what is the matter ? Itas
any one presumed,--..r--" "For~ the last
month a pretched. man has been press
-Ing me-hreatening me, oven-that is
to say-his suit" "Give me the vil
lain's Dame! Within an hour from sun
rise I shall meet him and sett~e his ao
i,, Onnt." "1I knew you would, Italph ;
S': yon are so generous. Here is his uso
~ Oiitny uho1te eI am so glad
oii~Sf enmrkistuya patenai
* A*onah- Edig that 4uring thm ecit s
as veae*ther~ the royal toot guards wmsg
ft i' gatI frua Oed and Oouagh., th&is g od
- t O&entdeman ordereG stpir .of Dr. 3W
Cengh8 Sip for thema sa mo thesnI
* h~ 0 : 0
ap do men who do de t to
"I hev obsarved dat de
who sots out to save do iiner
ally hauled up for robbin' Ier.
"I hev obsarved dat demen who NI
to he de moeo' sympathy fur e poo'
neber wait live miutes to foredose a
"I hev obarved dat good 'colose an'
impudence will pass fur riohes ' #duoa
"I hev obearved dat brag an' bilis
am better weapons dan argyment an
"I hev obsarved dat a grand mon*
ment in a graveyard doan'hide do inean
ress of a dead man's relashuns." *
" I hev obsarved dat'charit' kin make
paupers almost as fast as, . 99 ragra
"I hev obsarved dat whild 4l agree
dat honesty am do be' poliqyj no p
man in a hundred hesitates to w)
lead nickel off on a street kyaroo any.
"I hev obsarved many odder Mking.
equally strange an' inconsistent, an' I
am prepar'd to ay to you:
"Mottoes doan mean bisness.
"Maxims kin be forgotten faster dan
" Promises am a wheel with one oog
"Friendship will las' as long as you
kin afford tc pay 10 per cent per annum.
Let us now purceed to bizness."
Cold Feet and Sleeplessness.
The association between cold feet and
sleepdessness is much closer than is com
monly imagined. Persons with cold
feet rarely sleep well, especially woman ;
yet the number of person's troubled is
very considerable. This is the plai to
adopt with cold feet: They should be
dipped into cold water for a brief period.
Often just to immerse them and no more
is sufficient; and then they Should be
rubbed with a pair of hair flesh gloves,
or a rough Turkish towel, till they glow,
immediately after getting into bed. After
this a hot water bottle will be successful
enough in maintaining the temperature
of the feet, though without this pre
liminary it is impotent to attempt to do
so. Disagreeable as the plan at first
sight may appear it is sufficient ; and
those who have once fairly tried it con.
tinue it, and find that they have put an
end to bad nights and cold feet. Pills
potions, lozenges, "night cape," and all
narcotics fail to enable the sufferer to
woo sleep successfully; get rid of cold
feet and sleep will come of itself.
SAm the teacher: "'And It came to
pass, when King Kezekiah heard it, that
he rent his clothes.' Now what des
that mean, childron, 'he rnt his
clothes?'" Up went a litte hand.
" Well, if you know, tell us." " Please,
ma'am " said the child, timidy, "I
s'pose he hired 'em oftt."
A amtle of aattanw~'i.
This from the Cleveland (Ohio) Penny
Press, carries its own suggestion : Be
cently meeting Mr. H. 0. Keffer, treas-,
urer of the Cleveland He~roald, our repre
sentative inquired of that gentleman, af
ter stating his mission, if he personally
knew anything about the Great Ger
man Remedy, St. Jacoba Oil. A
smile played acrossed Mr. Keffer'b:
expressive face and his eyes twinkled
merrily as he replied in the affirrn
ative. 1 will not refuse to) state my
experience with it, and you may use it as
you .think best. Four years ago I
sprained one of my ankles, an accident
which, ns you are aware, entails much suf
fering and sometimes leaves the limb in a
condition to remid one frequently of
the old hurt. Unfortunately this result
ensued., Whenever the weather became
damp or my system absorbed the sliglit
est cold my ankles pained me. ThisIvwent
on at intervals for over three years, and
I could not obtain relief. Last winter I
applied the St. Jacobs Oil, and it com
pletely cured me. I have not since felt
a return of the pain.
"I'M bigger than you are," conse
quentially remarked Squibba' boy to
little Miltisdes Marrowfat. " I kgiow It
-a bigger fool," returned the latter.
The conversation was repeated at both
supper tables that. night and the next
morning Mrs. Marrowfat wa Mre,
Squibb. were busy plugging up the
knot holes in the back-yard fence to out
off all communication between the fami
Tim Trenton (N. J.) Gazette mentions
the case of John Wood, with the Ameril
can Pottery Co., that city, who was.
cured by St. Jacobs Oil of an attack of
rheumatism, which had confined him to
his bed for seventeen weeks. He praisea
THE people have been fed with the
visionary and unsatisftorydreams of
imaginati ong enough. Tey are be
fnninj ,n ctin quarertot mnore
Indigestion and sick headache will yield readly
to Waruter's 8afe Kidney and Liver Cure.
" Aespt One 41uassae."
Da. R. V. PRUZa, Buffalo, N. Y.: D~ear Bir
--Your " Golden Medical Discovery " ha.
cured my boy of a fever sore of two years'
standing. please accept our gratitude. Yours
truly, BENRtY WIING oton, Mass.
AT a recent fashionable wedding, the
ohime-bell ringer was requested to play
something lively as the contracting
parties were entering the church. Im.
agine their surprise when the bells sent
forth " The Torpedo and the Whale."
Da. P333on's "Favorite Prescription " is not
extolled as a "cure-all," but admirably fulfills
a singlensess of purpose, being a most potent
spcifei those chronic weaknesses peculiar to
wromen. Particulars in Dr. Pierce's pamplet
breatise on Diseases Peculiar to Women, 96
pgs, spt for three stamp.. Address Woaw's
DraiifsAa't Marcar. Assocra'row, Buffalo,
Iq. Y. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
BosANw B. ANTRONT wantb the name of
the Pullman cars altered to either Pall
nan-and-woman or Pnl.Irrespectve-of.
Da.gramins "Pellets "--little liver plns
ua-oosted)-purify the blood speeiyoo
aowels.- By druggist.
Tan population of~ritish India Is, a.
ordinig to the census just completed,
M41,877,e0, inoluding 128,2f1,827 males
and 118,166,871 females. The increase
in tan Yats ....as 12an max5
]3wBk peoted bu on
dp. If the b ter
~-~ eavi' a stain 'itis
l, ever p .But if it lea
-GQ0--m6 has beena mixd
any kind the ao gof dealers M ut
ter uisu'Ay alhough these men in
.ampring 'their goodsa1t umf6p
et e buttr hasee pe
onthe 44.r- The loti that b tesr
instIoadooth ix u
Fromthe 10th pf October 141, to t
Jst of July, 1882, genuIne Rocm F3pitd
ATEU Will be sitpplid tocugtumers-by
l7lips. Co., of aley Springs,Ala., t
t46 following rates: - .
~~al I~ i. ...... *.......~O
allos in ati-cqrrie 3.2b
1e led at... .'...... 2(
Ni l dnd in glass bot'tles.... 6
Reasaable I right anid expMss jat1
are given by all railroads. This v 6
has beeh known fdr nearly fifty fears
a sure cure for Dyspepvia, a sure leurE
gpr.diseases.of tja J iey,.pd Bladder,
'sure'cure for all curable cases of Drop,
sy, sure. cure for $Scrofulous cawes of
tie aonqa or Skin, and a vqertain destroye
or 6 the terrible thirst for'intoxicatig
drink that overoomie so many worbhy
resolutions. Deprive a drunkard of his
tran for three daypand poiwhae givo
him plenty Af Rock 8 ng Wr, and
he won't want the whisky. Don't you
think ip's worth trying it? If you do
drop a' postal to Vllis & '0. It will co a
only a ceht.
- A Mzr L4er4Ie at rankfor. Germ ny,
who oAl put one quart of water to
eight g of milk, was fned $10 and
sent to jail for three months, just'as )&e
would have. beosa in 4Mercah,
REP your bowols and kidneys in health
staW by the use of Kidey-Wort.
A 8YRAousu maiden las promised to
marry five different men. The paper
refer to her as "a promising. soiety
belles" ____ ___
@= Thh-ty Days' Tefsal.
'Te Voltaio Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., will
land their Electro-Volta1io Belts and other
E[otrio Appliances on trial for thirty dava to
n affieted with Nervous Dhbility,
otal~lit, and kindred troubles, guarantde'
goopl rostoration of vigor and manhood.
Address as above without dElay.
P. 8.-No risk is incurred, as thirty days'
trial is allowed.
"No s-An& ever rose and set withuit
influenoe some where," says a philo
pher. The niame remark is sppli ble
to a heis. _
LNDxezaTrow, dyspepsia, nervous prtetratlen
and all forms of general debility el*d a'
taklpg MZ IAli'aN' EP~ONIZED 1)Ezr 3oI, he
onl1 paration of beef oontaintr tdentire
nproperties. It ontaina lood-mak
in enerating and life-sustainingprop..
es i vauale n llenfeebled soaiuoas,
whether- the result of exhaustion, nervouspra
trtooverworkt.or acute diaeaso pticual
If reuting from-puhnonary complaints Ca.
well, Hazard &.Co., proprietors, New Yori.
HIENRY'Nd CA RROL10~ MALVfE
is the RE6T SALVU for aCts/, Breisair~hTUcer,
Halt Rheum, TIetier, Chapped Hands, ?hhilina, Corn.
and all kinds of Skip Eruptions, Frocklea andI Pimples
Glet HENRY's CARDhOLIC SiLvE, sa all olhera r'
ennnterfeits. Price 251 cents.
DR.L OREEN'M OXYGENATED) RITTERS
Is the t'est remedy for htyepepsia, Biliios , Malnria
indigeation anA TIaeaues of the Blood, Ridneys, Liver
mileuona m e r n o tho heae an .tl r,1.ctosf
DR. 8YT' LIVER PILIAk are the beat Oatharti
B A M
N ANS OM.
unrivaeod and utterly 6b7u04 all oompetalion,
IN CONS~1MPflVE CASES "
It proeheg b sat a $.cifl. that "W Nina d~
--t nt j...erl eur., e.r. the.lee, s a
AS AN E.XPECTORANT'iT NAS NO'UQUAL
IT IONTAINS NB OPIUM IN ANY FOR .
~. N A Ris AcoO,, Pf'optletor4,
FOR SALE BY LL ORRI8OGI.
Ga31usuxEw was mfsnptraem eb
edes s ulee .i e
'IE eT@ * e.ea ee s.ws
3ANFAT RfB,3 D. HASy5ly y3g
T"H5 MASON & HA
bywru 33 liseasy asea pg a whl
sotaxs a t~td assa ,-astrmaast thern, it
Paes: t2 *1 . seeandnpwardi. A N9 ILl intV
I80 ful eiblaag ad litustrat ing tnore thaan e0 t
brog tsut agans the wiow
caused her t67e Qnd over in the a
numance. d a e e ot orie
" Say, Wme and buy sot
A MAN hanged in ,Toea said o4
poaffold he had ruck ooil at lat.
kmiAW I& c
* ,.l~ent plaaant?
Wan0 or ie'
..pr tP t bar
coiand ElIl tfld
e Wig cer
th mav .av,
* ~ owed- -~'~hg
qubjber biuid no
;lot -#1F frie da
S(he r pa
tba ier tu
4 foit* tatlc
b peo vi. em wit
. 4nThieir boies
A.t aa ey sh
l ' h the condi
L whenw it Is
. t easie to t i
fish, in whic case
it vould *tbe wy
for them that thiy
be provited wit
i 7 aa bottle of 8T.
- --90291 Ort,thb
Remedy for thisas well as other painfr ailment .
)W' L LNA1 iT. aLOR.S T T Hr EMAS'f.,
", IHallo, Deni W.1I tho'.trouble?" " oh,
I'm all rnke up," was the response to the In- .
qidry of an old shiuante of William G. Dennit
ton i of Fa 's war-wor veterans, wli.
kno;wn ih the souvern section of this city, who,
enme limpi Into the Ameriean office yesterday.
"I thoutr .told go. under the hatchs this
time," continuedl Denniston. "I never sufferedi'
ho lIh J lifec. K fd "lrhumatie gout
tpfd th*M id n6t- et ol t lie ed- or put rbyl
iO t t. J or, and ivuld iave been therc e$1sb
if a f hlend had not recommended ST. JACOBS h L
-to me. besitated some tdme. before getting a
bottle,th nkin It was anotier one of thoseadver
twd-notrn but asfinally induced toie oit
,a1 trial, and 'luckson it wts for me. . hem
bless my stars aftera )tg the limb thoi
with the Oil I fel relief.a faiL4t n
8O'T. JACOB and his Oil afe tat. N
that if it had not been for ST-JA Os Is oil
.uan aprobabilty be still housed. Mi fot
mne but little,,andWthe swellin tu enitirelyP
w. A oythig of I eaye ever
1iatetter's Stomab litteg- 16 a. :um regladed as.a
houqehold neessityaa sugarge46o60. 'The reteon df tbla
s iba&. year. ,*f .apueripe.,iv preypd .te.60 perfectly
reliab. In boe.eaef FPaargenlcy whereqg pronapand
convenienm remaedy is demanded. (OnatAgg,1,nna liver comn
riaint, ejpsia, lndigstion and o4her trouble. are over
oo'ne'ift ' s' - ' )' a . *I ,
*PotA4i4 by'Dkuggiate aid t'dalets, iS.h' apA for
loe'etter's Amamzma for 1882. ''' ''
Tae N ~ co-~rk .V Wassns a etu
1i 23borie 1J4 Jt it he 'a w re ut
OlIt hare et ~Iay -a at atrItgd4pl
htra e ~ s u'terctogod p pis
ilu 5 srt b I -v i %ateSIasai~
Ty rt .ebrand club rafa orn Jnm 0004t gz Co,
iD wRatiXs OtT, N J OOrk.
- . * .* lM eoe.
Iee4e b~ the .
0 ganthe useof your lnoN ON~o fr nwho
eanrir oabe the sheaa.sWith t:
Ibvben tfou 4 wo~rb at eny. ,a
ret Ioertslane; anid arMe'l1 6Hng Iea(O4IWeor 3Iat
.i1J.. t )L C4xI5Y3 a AvI4?, anmd etows
- an. T le, w dt,A and ert are contane
mms*m :' *v~oe~lila(fhoI4~,wl
[Olt I i
bgal Is .if Ita
One-*&* 9..l.,co I
th ehn ied 'skehvnIb.
it 'i 'i g Htde ipiad *i
s i 4vo ven Iptroo
cv setlaubl'ha 6i4doan:Sh*w
Th. 6o uis atherresul oEIdnce~y
Ifan Aan#K, J99 k,&mesz
U0l, aur Camplaint.i andi.Ps $at
M~~ tf~v fnt. orN ~fipra e, ?~l
qot oipoufuwlv'pe rvludI ~q~y~ff ete
Wf'adi tfirn''or /Ofwga
vduh6W~~~~~* b.^.af~1n I* A: tw
Whe "VxFcisQ shoaldAq , of 10'
This book is the resut 6 hy I4
J~~ ~ .. Ict.cc
ote'Vpdl/sbe' -M Th heirefiHof p
D ieud tesI hand behncd- o iitreeo
e itgry ignt, oro|:rpas,
Mo' 14ef hi civt /jabd oe y Cons e big
,Oaf tho eggste or Iengs..
Pd i d Pdtebo, 1a Aicad
t~L.Irenco Dr. j. ueg. 50as1Eax. m& wO as
1a 8 Arcy ands Xa tb a., Poa'lade ..
e, qaXr --HaIe I.' Hopkins, Of V1.
deucei, PL rel c r zured Of
u- aumption by- JnD -Smehenek
Mediinesi after -being'giv-,
en up -to die by - some
of the best phys- .
. Means of the .
DR Ja~, . Id8cr a~scre aqahw q
-1 WrMr-I have been cured of *hat .three a
CpbQicw no ef this city Old we was 'Conhinm ho
Lugb by te Iee of your medicines I A 0 c4
da h~ d i ak ~lit h4 r, iss0, and a it7 r
gtrew worse anid worse, until I wpa 0on11
can rd haly may inat I was Armt atThckelaf n
1880, for my lunsge ha bksea *#*k. for-mnany .
oifet t this vhad betterb to t0tI~ul o
rIte wuld bi o rt f ; rgg o 'n or e r d 0
mu in anm way. Plgrewy wpre, my ough y
I-atlrad gA bst so' tevere l thief oy gh
}Wb l, ard, hetgob as We& At tdgough wage4 n
thrown onver te. I w en was tinull walsin I a
goiatid of ofensiemat te d ro t mngst d , atr
zareed that 'a se was t h opedc-ut . iThe no thyht I
le~uif e a t-a bette bhod~ th g I d not b ya
timue foul b vryu shorths fo at rnin 'ny w~torl .at r
mydiu cour fi vsn m abttle of e ul Pao ic 85up Vt
e.Ibegan using th 1ave To eivern eveal o pg iks~o
c tiau fr me tognd .ng og at aiecfom its .
Whesdaiurg mdstliee' gO(nia sewago's ; I
con}e~ alysd o.i n r~ti I l hp ause s tr~en igh, bote, 1.
t~cs ame wha ined amn luns s weal hagt I had ig;
oor1 n,9v. -.T i wa t~ as b le n togo do ,eve 1
son li y idati ~ inetya b pounds 'n aee a d ..
tnne g te use1 aof the medcn w t no ogt <or ad p i
curng mvebut afoter tain the, itbote I . I
Ioneigne hundrltte hAn i~woud, a hn Iln no lb r
er anu Ionth~~sa thMilt I nti .t t: r
l igfor Iorde qz five'botte~s hwloniderfup, i t
begt~ taken the seaed n i,and I ael so thin k''ao
:Ioti aind l o t o give ylwou an acufrnt of~ a'
fria sould ueIgylu yo god trengar , Of$ d c
cia gievfe atb andsowctoutdoors t and np~u .:nl
enurly we, a 'i wo read th s myacquaintuees 7
~rue hjw e tp waag uug lo .~:r~rsda
,I wegh on hun rd and ilrx- P. pound!s, t
hfe in d yur. rl fPeiinsi~has od in uld .
(r'etui. heyhae avedm iendfl o than lotfit.
)outth, ia I am~ain e tio ulicthat a llwo r hufe .r wit
inrpard tohtis slknas hoid reov1tey a arci Of do I.
nWritng ~~ad ifay hontie Iea th at ntent y
*AufiE r. KI8,h
- o-22KN 8. JEI, Progies~
Ma 19 A~ N rW o.oik Eh waili 5t. frvieto
waGcnsdred ta coSptien heanst
y 19, Sgg CN.H82N. CKn', ryiec
Th'e Great Velabis SubstItn
rThey wili euro Chills and Feve
Titey will suls/iainde~.
Th9y will- qure obstinatecos
pation, 1leaving the Stomach
and Bowels In a healthy o
They will cure Ilyer Comp lain,
that greatfqedrpner of Con
rlsaah, or f dteb isi"see 7le
-I ~i *)d4Sd ,aSashm4st ; uw iA..l
at has displaced the e of stercury,''a Istl e -ste
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