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H YnU1InzINU WHEAT. - Another
maxim which farmers generally ac
eept as an axiom Is, that by sowing
wheats of different qualities together,
they will so hybridize as to produce a
mixed breed; while even a little obser
vation would teach them the error of
this conclusloi., and that each grain
produces its own like, and that really
no hybridization takes place at all, and
that the mixture of seed produce the
unmaltigated evil of inixing wheats
which perhaps ripen at different pe
riods, or perhaps require dill'rent treat
iment when they come to be reducett to
flour. A little study of the nature of
plants would seem to be necessary to a
knowledge of their proper treatment
during their giowth. Of the flowers
of plints some are male and soine fe
male. In soie the staminate and pis
tillate flowers occupy different parts of
the same plants, as iII Indian corn. in
the larger number of plants the male
and female organs mature at the same
time in the same flower-t and of these
some are subject' to self-fertilisation,
and others to cross-fertilization. Such
plants as Peas, Beans, Wheat, and Bar
ley have the male and female organs
within themselves, and are not subject
to cross-fertilization, and therefore it
is that wheats do not mix their quall
ties at all by being planted together;
and as it is objectIonable for other reas
ons, it should never be dotie. The leaf
or flower which protrudes trom the
glume of wheat is neither an anther', a
pistil, nor a stamen, and neither emits
nor receives the fertilizing pollen.
BUnINING 0inUN WOo OriAT.Y
WAsTEFUL.-Water in passing lIto via
por absorbs and hides nearly 1,000 de
grees of heat. A cord of green wood
produces Just as much heat, as at cord of
the same wood dry. In burning the
dry wood we get nearly all the heat,
but in burning the same wood green,
from onte hall' to three-fourths of the
heat produced goes oil latent and use
less in the evaporating sap or water.
Chemistry allows this, an11d why, very
plainly. Therefore get the winter's
wood for fuel or kindlings, anid let It
be seasoning, ats soon ats possible, and
put it under cover in time to be dry
when used. It will of course season
or dry much faster wlien split fine. A
solid foot of green elm wood weighs 60
to 06 lbs., of which 31) to 35 Ibs, Is say
or water. As ordinarily plied up, 1i
we allow half' ofr a cord to be losut in the
spaces between the sticks, we still have
a weIght of about two tons to tle cord,
of which nearly 011 ton is water Or
vap. Such wood alrords very little
useful heat ; It goes oil' in the ton Of
sap. The great, saving of hauling it
home dry is evident-as we get the
same amllount of real fuel f'or half the
tenin work. Beech wood loses one
eighth to one-ifith its weight in dry
Ing; oak, onc-quarter to two-fil'tlis.
BENs PLANT $ornII.-''Ii l)rou(lCtiol
of the bene plant, is again aittracting at
tentloti iI the Soutli. It yields a large
imoliult of oil, that, retains its sweet
ness when old, an11d is excellent In the
place of olive oil. We think it uised to
o cultivated to a considerable extent
years ago iII soine sections, and there
Seems 110 good reason why it should
not be again. If peailuts mal1y be su1e
cessfully cultivated for their oil, there
is no reason Why bene shouli not he.
Bene Is a plant of Arabian origin, and
in Oriental countries It Is extensively
used as food. It is rich both in oil and
mnuieluge, and the green leaves steeped
in cold water form a thick, Jelly-hike
mucilage useful in (1ysenltory and( l s dir
rhona. Its oil is tasteless amnd slightly
laxative, antd 15 often used ini prefer
ence to olive oil. its (cultivation is
simple, beling lan~1tedl like cot toin, or ini
slighitly-raisert beds 3% to 4 feet apar1 it
fr~om the furrows, anid 01ne foot apart
in tihe rows. Twenty-five per* cent. oi
the beans are oil, and 21) bushels0 per'
aere, it is said, may he easily rakeal,
SAr TO Swixx.-A wrIter in the
Counmtry ~enmft'ean advocates thme regu
lar feeding of' salt to swine, lie says
that their food should be salted at least
once a day, and that, when they are
being fatted, If they fall to cleain ot
their troughs as they often (10, if whaut
food is left be sprinkled with salt they
will eat it readily. Hie also recom.
mends salt and charcoal as a great pre
Ventive of hog cholera.
IHo Iung Elunnseif.
Jer'ry Mooney and his wife could
never agree. )Vhatever lie did she con
demnned, to all she did she would nlot
permit hiim to utter a disparaging
"Mollie," said lie ono day, "I cannot
please you while I live, so I wvill see
whether my death will increaso your
happiness. 1'11 hang myself."
"Do, please," was the cool response.
Half an hour later sheo hlappened to go
up stairs, and, sure enough, there was
Jerry fianging by the neck. It was not
a slip-knot, however, but a sham a cir
cus man taught him. She gave a scream
and rushed down stairs, while lie
caught the rope with his handls, anid
took a rest and laughed quietly to think
how lie had f'Qoled his wife. He heard
her rushing up again, followed by a
neighbor. Then they cnt him down
and took time rope from his neck, his
wife, the meanwhile, ludulhlging luux-mr
ously in grief. Suddenly lie felt lisa
hands tied behind him and a tenacious
plaster slapped over his moutih, hlis wife
crying and moaning all thme time.
"No*, help me with all your might,"
said she, to Mrs. harbor; "these are
tite first things to be done wh'ien a man
is half hung ; tile plasten compels himn
to breathe through lis nose when lie
comes to. Now run for the h'ot flat-iron
Anq then began a system of1. torture
fo or Mooney that would have, putl.
. the Inqiaisrtion to blush. They hold
ho't irohis to the soles of his feet until lie
squirmed with pain; they applied a
mustard-.plaster to his chest that dIrew
like a locomotive ; they bathed his head
withi lce-.ater till he 'thought, of' Ice
land. 'The more lhe kicked 'the more
vigof'ous their exertions; they slapped
his hands, rolledl him over the floomr,
and stood him on his head, andl vie
versa. This was kept up for half an
hour, whien -he w~as released, andl then
his wIfe quietly informed him when he
wanted to humbug her again, to heave
It is good to .1)0 deaf when a slan
defer begins to talk.
None' ar'e so old' as'they who have
outlived enthusiasm. -- .
fppnashow tlieir eharacter in nothin
Man is mraie-.tier i'ponir-of Lao
6 te & 0 l'e ver)' on6yhh
Six RECIP's FOi R l(moviNG 1 FREciK LEs
-First-Get ten cents' worth of gum,
benzoln and alcohol. Let it staint
until tile gu 11has dissolved suffllciitly
to redden the aleohol, and then pour of
the mixture into at pint bottle, to tlt
depth of half an inch, and fill the hot.
tie with soft water. The pro paratior
will then resomble milk, and fI read)
for use. Bathe the freckles with a soli
cloth dipped in the ili(uid. It' the skir
smarts i nder the application add at litth
more rain water. Second-Take beef 'l
gall, half ill ounee; saleratus, borax
and gum guiaae, of each a quarter of i
pint ; mix and let. sttilli ten days, siak,
Ing occalsionally. Use as ia wash twic(
a (lily. You can get tls wash made uI
at the drug stores; it Vill cost yot
about thirty cents. Three-Enulsiol
of almonds one(.- puit, powdered borau
two drachms, tinctire of benzoln com
poun11d two drachms, I'ix and apply t(
the face night and morning. F'ourth
Sour brait water applied to the faco at
night and allowed to dry there, will re
move freckls and sunburn in a shorl
time; will make the skin smooth aun(
fair, but very easy to freckle again
FVye-Onl-quarter gallon rail Wiater
ole ounce benzoln), on1e ounce aua115 i1m-1.
mnonia, one ounee rain water, tw(
ounces glycerine; mix wellt shake be.
fore using. Six-One ounce11 lor
juice mixed with aI quarter drachin 01
sugar will remove freckles. Keep Lili,
lotion in a glass bottle, corked tightly
at few days before using, and apply tit
the freckles occasioailly.
Col.ouxo vooS.xex Goons. - Am
kind of ill-wool goods can be colored i
iice green, provided it is not a dart
color to begi n with. Say it Is gray o
pile)i blue or Il, or evei a old woolei
blanket, for fiailcy stripes in carpet o0
rags; say for 11n old dresi of any of thes4
shades of color: Rtip it apart., was)
clean with soatp-suldsscald inl hot alumlll
wiater and IiLt I out, to (1rain. I nIee
wring any dress-goods that I am1 dyeinl
over. [hen dis5olve a cople of boxe
of Barlow's bhicing, takiig Caro tha
youi dissolve It well, whiclt is acecom1
plished by dippilg up1) the liquid am
pouingl' ba1rc, dippilg and poiring Io
a gooti while. Have dy enough ii
cover it, plut it Ill in large pan or ketti
onl the stove a n(1 scald or almost bol
file goods for half an hou r, lilting I
fre(qiently to aI11. All goods color mor<
(!Veenly it aired. Whenl dark enutigi
h1-111 Out :11)I tirain, withouit wringing
Till wiay t5' decile whenl a color is darl
enouhli is to ihold it iupand oCok tIhr'ougl
it, Youi cannot tell by the color of tli
goois while wet, unl1es YOU try till
pin. When well-draied take dowt
a1id rine In luke-warm water, amlt(
when about hali1 dtry press eimlooth witl
at newspaper over. Never let tho to
0ron touch the goods; if you d It wil
have nlt old, fixed.-over appearaice.
PoPULAR Ccluts Eon WaA-rT.-On
m1ode of charming them awtay Is to tak
anlt elder shoot and rui) it oil the part
then cut as twin1y Iiotches Oil tie twl
as you lave warts, bury it Ill plale
where it will decay, and as It rut
awaiy the warts will disappeai. Ii
Yorksh I re', an lith olghout tle nior1th 0
EngilaI. generally, the ure for wiit
is to take at bick anisall 11111 rlb the ex
creseeiites i, % 1-t 1 then ) impalo it on
thorn, and leave it to perish. As I
drivs nyl and14 tilsappears thle warits wil
vii1sh. Accordinig to another form o
the charm the iwarts mi11st h)e iiblie
with at fresh siall for linle consecutly
take the shell of' a broad bean andl rul
the a ffectedl part wiIt lie Inside thereol
bury1' the shll , and13 tell no0 0310 abou3t 11
and1( aSi it'l ihers awa'ly so will the warti
RlilEiinga to shaske oft' and1 remIIov
all du3st frnom ai lacik garmen1Q1t e3ver:
1131me it ia worn'i. Notinlg sooner01 defaces;'
black silk, popln1 0or wooieni dreas thai
to wear it shopping, ruling, or ev'en to
Sa (lay ill tihe 11013e, ami thenl han~lg I
upi wVithiout removing tile duist. Th~
giritt~y 111010 withl wh'lehd the air I
hlled, par'tIcularly ill thle regioins wher
coal is constlanltly used'(, grind and1( iwea
Out any1 f'abric. First shlake both skir
and1( overdress8 faithifully. A back in
dow Is a gooli plaice to shake the01i
from. T.Iheni Lako a soft old hlandker
chief and brutsh tile dress with that in
steadi of a clothes birushi. See that ali
the dutst that settles itn folds or' pleats1 1
removed. Staud Lby an1 openi windov
aind shake tihe (lust off' the bankerchie
otut of 1the window eivery little wile,
A Suoous-riox.-A slck r'oom shiotul'
be kept as8 (quite as possible. In ease
of illness there is nlothling more annol0
iug to thle pallent thanll the 3no1s0 iad<
by p)ourinig coal in a stove to r'eplen1ial
the lire. .Ith i 31tisance0 in morel way.
thlan one ; bu1t it can1 be atvoidied.
lady requests us8 to- mentilon the ver'
simple plan11 of illling ai paper01 bag o
tunniel with coalan 5111having it in readi
niess to gently 1)1ac0 1upon the lire
Th'iis is a suiggestionl worthl heinlg,ani
aceted upon01 wherever there masy ha'lppoS
to be aniy peron'01 sick.
1Too, Smart for the Oeeal.
Th'ie celebr'ated1 Russlaan General, Mar
shal1 Siiwarof, wasm fond of' pra'ction
jlokes. lie wouild go abouit 1318 camp1I h
disguise, and( amuse18 h1imselft witl
cracking jokes with the 3ommilonI sol
(iers. On 0one occasion he0 met l
match. QO freczinig winter night
dusrig thle lless5ar'a~ian campaign o)
1789, the old marshal, vlsitinig the Ruls
lan1 outposts incognito, after hisa wvontet
faishilon, came suddenly upon a sentr
posted1 on the crown of tihe steep rIdge
and exposed to tile full sweep of thi
January wind1. Tite qui ck-eyedl Riis
sian at once recogn izedl hi Ol) omma 3131r
but cleverly felgning un1conselouisness
conitinued10( to pace upI and( downi'.
"'Ialloo, birothei' I' cried Suwar'of
ainstiming 1110 ton1e and( malnner of
common1n soldier, "youi seem1 to0 b3 11av,
ing a good look at the stairs; can you
tell me howv man~iy there arc of them?'
To'l his no0 83mal1 dismnay, the soldhle:
coolly answeredi, "Just htold onl a in.
ulte, and I'll count;'' and f'orth with hei
began, ''000, twto, three, four1,". an1(
counted upl to a Chiousaind
At this 1)1oIt, as5 the r'ead(y-reckonei
shlowedl no0 sign of leaving~ off', the gen,
eral, nlearly frozen with stalnding 5<
lomng in the cold, m ade a hasty retreat
but next morning tile ariitmetieal sen
tinel found hImself promloted to the
rank of corporal, and was Comnpliment
ed by Suwarof .in the presen01ce of the
whole army as "the onlhy man11 who ha<4
been3 too smart for hIm."
A OL.D SaMs'A SNAL.L APPAIR.-Most peopl(
DeglectIt. . Who plmnhds It? Yet a cold ma~y turf
to Columptlo00,ilnd then follows aimnoste rtaitr
death. Takte a 0cold In time. (110n; that. Is, taki
Dr'. D. Jayno's Bpetorstnt,'the wv li knoWr
standaurd rened1 tOlCong h1e, Coide Cnaut1i
tion, As B ronchitle, and all 'ulmonar.1
Co~a 14 a d YOld'(03 wIll dlisap pear', aS
. Tu Fouce or EXAMPLE.-W1llam
Miller attentled tle performance of
"1 Uncle Josh "' and saw a mn thro wn
through t window and a skylight, and
hoard uproarious applause. lie went
home and sought to praetice tihe same
game on his brother, who n%:as board
ing at his house; but the applause eon
sisted of yells of '' Police ! '' ad " Mur
der I " and Williain wts trotted oiY to
the Incarcorator. This i8 another Iroof
of what Is one man's meat Is another
mali's p 0oio. IllS 11onor looked
over the <eisk at tle prisoner an1d said:
" William Miller, this throwing peo
ple out of' windows Is not only damag
Ing In its eil'cets on glass, but there is a
faint show of somebody getting badly
injured. I canilot counteniance any
stell performa iee.
"1I don't feel its if I should ever do so
any more," replied the prisoner.
'"And you'll leave live dollars its it
guaraitee that you won't?''
William left it, but it was a close
At'ter be had fished up four dollars lie
had to hnIt tLhrough all the hIallIways
and garrets of his pockets, and -ven
When lie thought ho had enotugh the
clerk pilked out anl returned to him
three pants' bittonis w bil the prisoner
in his exeiteinent had conited for ten
cent plices. fle wen't away with his
vest pockls I urnled wrolig side ottt, it
saddler ini t aniser manm.
Ol Ci,ihn W:alsh wa- a banlier, and
also at alnoii' 11,u1nler. lie was necolintie1l
a greed* y, clos'-1isted 01.1 (l.ap, yet lie
posesmsil it "ort o; griin, r1. i'l itiior,
which inl someiCUses, waus really Il'aIn iNy.
Oe th1y a dashing, reiess younug
m-in (. If le periocl (enuhlt.l upoi i.
S1r. Walsh," saeid he, " I want to bor
row live liundrd." " For how long?"
"Six Inolinthis.'' What sceitl can
You give m e?" The yo 11 . A'low 4drew
linsel' proludly ip. -' Nlv own Ile r
Sonatl secuirity, Sir," het repIlied1, with1
a flourish. 011 John tirietl Inl
ope ned a stout,, i ron hilest, by hik site.
" (Let in here, sii," saill bo. The
youig blade lukedi wrf ati h ehast
anti then lt. % alsh. " W h:1i I'mr askefI
lie. ", BIeiiise here is wlr.' I always
kem) all o miy personal secutrities."
A nLACuMalIin wts latrely sum1ii nounaed
to a Colinstry coiri't ats a w ii itess inl a di. -
pute betweii two of his workinen. 'Tie
Judge, after ,lu 1n l1he testim1ony,
asked hh1im why lie dii unLtt advise tilill
to settle, iu tihe costs had alireitily
amounted to three tines the amount of
tile sum in l11 displile. lie replied, " I
told the fools to seL tle ; for. I said the
balmristers Would take their coats. tIIe
lawyers their shirts, and if they got
lilt,) y011 homior's court, yot'id skliu
TIER OnRATMsT llL..ssiNG.-A slingle,
pure, harmless reme'y, that eures every
time, and prevonts disease by keeping
3 the blood pure, stomach regular, kid
3 nCys and liver active, is the greatest
, i) b'sing ever conferred tupon ma1n. IIop
r litters Is that remedy, and its proprle
tors are being blessed by thousands who
s have been saved aid cured by it. Will
I you try It? See another column.
IVIArr A S'oar. ---Whoo is dot,
' Oh, dot Is a Sport.."
t Vat you call a spirt ?"
" You not know vpat a sport is ?"
r No. Vat Ish lie?"
" Vell, he ish von of dem fellers vot
has a ltedle klife uit diwo blades, nd 111
) lie openi hi i imid shuiits hinm agalin lid
d)ten he~ blows his breath mit dot knife,
und iilden lie bets a greeni Dutchitnant five
tollars ho cani nix open him."'
"I sUPPosE thiose bells are sounidlng
an air m0 oi ire," ''ne11er1 ugily said a imn,
its thle chutreh bells wero caI lling thie
w'orsnlppers one3 ~t uiday morn Ing, to
wehaclerg3'mani whlo was pasing
r reli ed :'" Yes, my fiendt, butt the ifire
*is noL in this world.''
A cERTlAIN lawyer wits t'oniplled to
a upologiz to th.e court'. With stiately
. dlinity he rose to his p)lace andt said:
t"Y our 11onor Is igh (and -1 aml wronig,
_ as yotur 1104101 generally is."' There
wvas a dazed look in the Judge's eye,
and lie hardly knew whether to leel
h lapp1y or 111no the lawyer for contempt
s I W i ni to pay his8 fr'ienda coph
ment.,a getnthlman remariiiked, "1I liear
fyouiliave a ver'y ludustrious wif'e."'
"Yes,'' replied the frIend, with a mel
anghiloly sileo, "'esh eCverid' e she's
a ilway's fInding something for ime to do.''
"WiREa a wotmati," sayR' Mrs. Part
ington, "' has been married wilth a con
gainig heart, and onme that beats 'de
spontding to heri ownl, she wvil iiever
w~ant to enter thte marililme state again.''
' The goneral talk Ia Dobblius' Eletrie
Soap, (matde by Oragini & Co., Phhladol
pia). Trhere never was a soapJ so highbly
1 .and generally pr'alsed. It tolls a stoiry
Iof Its owns merits that cannlot be con
tradicted. Try it.
No-rniNo does a doctoi' so mnuch goodh
as to prescrlbe aii Oceati voyage for a*
sick mian who can't raIse eiioughi
- money to pay his street car fare dlow n
" MY DEAR,' saI a wife to her huta-.
band, "' I really think iL is time We hiad
a greenhouse,'' " Well, my love, paint
it aniy color you please-red, whteo
green wnil uitm."; . hl~ 1
A Gret Freeh Piliosopher
onios dlped a doctor to be. a persIon who.
prsdusabout which lie knows litto, into
a body conoerning whIch he knows loss, in
order to euro disoass of whicht he knows noth
lng." and the empirical, barbarous, useless
treatmeint of ieos since the days of Hlypoo
rates, when tlotors burned tho tumors off
with red hot iron, down to the absurd wonder
e ures and nostrums of naoudern quacks, would
seem to boar testimony to the wisdom of tile
Frenoliman. The groat modern benefactor of
the modern race is ntow admitted by ever one
to be Dr. Silabee. the disooverer of an infallible
silo remnedy in Anakeeis. Tlhis miraoulous oure
or the most panfulh of all diseasos is regardod
as thie selentiflo triumph of the age, and is
prescribed anld enldorsed by physicians of all
sehooh*. It is ntot tae oitrnally but applied
as a suppository tdiroctly to the affetod part.
It gives instant rolief, soothes pain as a poul
tice, presses up thie tumors asi an instrument,
antd ltimately oures p1lies by its metdication.
Anakeuig, Dr. 8. isbes's Elxternal Pile
1 emody', is sold by all first-ofass drum gists.
Price *1 00 p ir box. Samphes miailed reo to
all sufferers on appteatin to P. Neustaodter
& Co., Dox 3915, N wYork.
A Sick Benator.
The excessive corpulency of a certain
United States Senator has long boon the
butt of editorial wit and spioy bon mnols
fromi the pens of Washington corres
-pondents. Few porsons have suspecyiod
that his obesity was a disease and liable
to prove fatal. Yet this is the 8sad faot.
Excessive fatness Is not only a disease
in Itself, but one liable to gener ate other
anid mOY'e serious ones. Chemistry bh
at last revealed a tiefe, sure6 and rel lable
remedy bor this abnor'mal condition of
the system In Allan's A ntI-Fat. Dis
thnguiished chemIsts hiave prononneed it
not only harml as but very benefllal to
the system' ellie 'em1dyng the die
eased condi ln. Bold-b'.9 dhuggldt.
Net Nickel-Plating Process.-Profess
or Slatba has devised and made public
a process of nickel-plating in the wet
way, without the its of the battery,
which Is said to give good resUIts, and
which Is not patented. The process Is
described as follows: To a d1luto so
lutiori of. chloride of zinc (5 to 10 per
cenit) enough nickel sulphate Is to be
added to impart. a decidedly green color
to it, and the solution Is then to be
heated to boiling In a porcelain vessel.
Th'e clouding of the liquitd from the
separation of a basic zinc salt need riot
be heeded, aa It will not Interfero'with
the effectiveness of the bath. The ar
ticles to be nickel coated-first careful
ly cleaned of oxido or grease-are to be
su1spended in the solution froi thirty
to sixty inittutes, the bath being kept
at a boiling temperature. When the
articles are observed to be uniformly
coab.ed, they may be removed, washed
in water in which a little chalk I sits
pended, dried, and finally pollished
witli chalk or other suitabie material.
By the substitution of a cobalt salt in
place of the nickel, objects may be simi
larly coated with cobalt.
Thr atons overy man, woman or ohild living in
a region of country whero fever and aguo Is
provakut, sinco the germs of malarial diseaso
are inhlaled from the air and are swallowed
from the water of suoet a regi n. Medioinal
safegnaid is absolutoly nocessary to nullify
this danger. As a means of fortifying and ac
clitmating the systin so as to be abo to resist
the malarial poison, lostettot's Stomach Bit
tors is inconparabiy the best and the most
popular. Irregularities of tho stomach, liver
and bowels encourage malaria; but the o are
speodily rectilled by the Bitters. The functions
of digestioU and -co:ction are assisted by its
use. and a vigorous as wo:1 as regular condition
of the system promotod be it. Constitution
and phiysi(Iuo aro thus defended against the
inroads of malaria by this matchless proven
tivo, which is also a certain and thorough r. -
medy In the woret cases of intermittont and re
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Jr You AnE NEtvous AND DEPnE.4sxD take
IIoorLAND'S OE1AN ilirrr~in.
This droadful dinaso, the doctors tell us, Is
iV the blood, and believing this to be true, wo
adviso every sufforer to try Durang's Rhou
mnatiC ILteUly. It is taken internally and
positively curos the worst easo in tho shortest
tiuo. Bold by overy Druggist in town.
Worms. Worms. Worms.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails to
dostroy Pin. Seat and Stomach Worms. Dr.
Kiutliel the only succossful physician who re
"uoves Tapo W'ormii in two hours, alivo with
head, aaid no fee nitil removed. Common
sonso teaclcs if 'rapo Worn can be removed
all other wornis can be readily destroved. Ad
vice at. ollico an I store, free, The doctor can
tell whether or not the patient hits worms.
Thousands aro dying daily, with worms, and
do not know it. Fits, spasms, cramps, chok
ing and suffocation, sallow comploxion, circles
airounti1d the cye:4. swelling and pain in the
stonach, restlests at night, grinding of the
teeth, pikiig lit the nomso, congh, fever, itch
ing at the sea' headacho, foul breath, the pa
tient grows lale and thi, tickling and irrita
tion in the anus-all 'theso sym11 ptomis, and
More, comoe from worms. E. F. KUNxEt.'s
W~oix SYinuiP never fails to remove thon.
Price, *1 per I ottle. or six bottles for $5.00.
(For Tapo Worn write and consult the doctor.)
-or all others, buy of your druggists the
Worm .vrup, and if ho has it not. send to Dn.
E. F. Ku Emc,, I59 N. Ninth St., Philadelphia,
la. Advice by mail, free ; send throe-cent
Ei. F'. Kunk oel's Bitter Wilne of Irons
Has never been known to fail In the cure of
weaknes attendled with symptoms of indispo
sithon to exertion, loss of memory, difficulty in
bronthintg, weakness, horror of disease, weak,
nervouts t remabling, dread ful horror of death.
night sweetts, cold feet, weakness, dimness of
vision, liangtuor, universal lassitude of the
imutscular system, ienous appetite with dvsl
peptic symptoms, het hands, Iluishing of the
body, drynes of the Akin, pallid countenance
and eruptions on the face, puritying the
blood, pain in the back, heaviness in the eye-.
lids, frequent black spots flyinig before the
eyes, with suffusion and loss of sight, want of
attention, &c. Meld on y In $1.01-bottles, or
six bottles for $5.00. Ask for E. F. Kunkol's -
Bitter WVino of Iron, amnd take noe other. Ask
your druggist, and if he htos It not, send to
Proprietor, E. F. Kunkol, No. 259 North Ninth
street, Philadelphia. Pa. Advice free; enolose
HIEisEELY's TE'rrER OINTM~ENT wvill cure all
cabby or scaly diseases of the skin.
Cancer oanl be Cured
fly Dr. Bond's new discovery-a positive cure
for this dread malady-no knife, no caustie, no
pain. Dr. Bend's succes in treating Cancer
is truly marvelous. Remedies sent to any part
of the world, with full dlireetions for enccessful
home treatment. Scnd a description of your
case, or any cancer sufferer you m ty know of.
Pamsphlots and full diroctions sent free. Ad
dress, Dr. 11. T. Bond, Philad'a., Pa.
H1Esraila.s Totter Olntment will cure Sore
Eyeliges, Sore Nose, Barber's itch on the face,
or Orocer's Itch on the hands. It nsever fails.
50 cents per box, sent by inail for 60( cents.
Johnston, Holloway & Co.,
602 Arch 8t.. Phila., Pa.
TH BST IUSIC B00K8.
The Church Offering,
0yL.o.'Int~ason, (81.39 ,or S12 por do ie hs
theibest airran gjd andi largest coll'Ction o isic
for.E P15(c0P AL 01.,U ht ueir pubtllisid. 6 VenItes,
19 Olorla Pniuris,23 o.orlian &c., &c., all is Anathiom
Foer,., 'besides a large vari -ty or Ohants andi An.
thiemi for (christa, Easter ad ether lcestivats.
Although prierwed excpressly for ihn, Eplscopal Mer
vico,- the large numbor of line Anathetma renders It
oneg of the best Athemn books for all ChoIrs,
Eastter Music !
Easter Carols I Easter Anthems I
send for Listg.
Cantiain fbr S eho~tand Neminrn'les.
Aniong teeny good ces may lie smsnttnnod 3tnudl
Ir ar(5coti. aensonu in Chtarity (6i et-s).
4undia Asge (Wcents). Coronnton.(a
The preoent numibef thn wN'Kt.Y 3IUSIcAL. 1R
cot oIs fuill of Easter 3lsic. Henid 6cents for it.
lTclf A itDRON's Now Met hod for Cla Piano.
forte,' ($3.25, is the mostI poplart ever issuedl, as
piroved postivly by the rate of haundredts of thou.
sandas of coptie. Elxamine It. 1
Any llook Stalled for' htetai Pmrlee.
Oliver Dltson& Co., Boston.
J. E. DI'irsoN & CO., 922 Chestnut st., Phlla.
These answerinig an Advertsement wll
confer a laver upon the Advertlaer andl the
P'ublsher by stating that they saw the advor
ttsememnt, In tis journal (snamIng the paper
Sisson's Tidy Fastener,
Velvet-alt colors. A set frens for 10
ouro etare'. Ageni 1V &tt tisend
233 li eaoa way, Now Yo'rk.
ARU TsHm 3115T
31& S en tmth tie UO.~ Pblla eles
URED Am Agentsowantodo verywhere -
*UI~AD ?DA~w til e ng~l~e eteo
W~iT EA t ~ Ai Y, 301 *sttn street,
and expenses or all pA large commioi to sell our
NICHOLS, SHEPARD & CO.,
33attlo orook, Mich.
ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE
"'V A113 Ta..rOR "
H1E Entchlem crain-Saving. Tilm-Saing,
ad itone . Thretli r f e i ii,
tli.. e~u jl i 1ic t '1:1 Wt~~m~ ork, l'rrfre Cloamian,
end for So lug Orain from Wn'tlge.
STEA3I Power Thremiers a Syertialty. Special
sIses of Separntors inade expressly for Steam Power.
fUB Unrivaled Steam Thresiher Engines,
Sboth P'ortable amid Tracionm, with Vmaluable Improve
meats, far beyond any other nako or kini.
HE ENTIRE Threshing Expensee (andi often
hretr o tir 'lw* that uariant) ean be ime by the
E~xtra (iralia SAVED) by these Iniprored Macblocs.
RA IN Itaisers will not submit to the enoi
maIoute waistaeo Oralu amd ih interior work done by
all other mnachinies. wheu once posted om ibe difleirouc.
OT Oly Vastly Superior for Wheat Oats
N~alymy' and lik It rulias, bui the Ooimr giccoli.
fial Th fe or n 1 Ti nothy, Milet, Clover, and like
Sewds. Reqre no attnchinents " or "rebulding" to
chango Iboum (trai. to Seeds.
TN Tihorouah Workimnuhip, Elegant Flmalh,
ouerfeotion of Ports cs imieteness of I ilal rment, etc.,
our VmoaATOR" Threshem.r Outfit% are liacemiparable.
IWARVELOU for Simplicity of Pmrts, usin"g
1-4neitr,4 01111 nm::lf the mtiniM imelts and (teams. Mals
Flm 7Work, with no I-itermmgt or Scatterings.
U01t Slzet of Separatoro Made, Ranging
erdm SI to Twelor iI formis lie, and twostyles of oiaunt.
ed lhorse Power,; to amie.
11OIt Particular . Call on onm 1jealers os
write to us for Iliustrated Cirnular, wt '.;h we uall fiee
11' OPEN EVERY DAY. .j
Admnis~on 26 Cents. Children, 10 Cents.
Splorid array of -KIhibite In departmemuts ef Sol
Imce, Art, EdIcation. Agriculture, Mechamlos.
SPECIAL MUSICAL ATTRACTIONS DAILY.
Also, the Largest
ROLLER SKATING RINK IN THE WORLD.
Oin each Wetik-day from 9 A. bf. to 12 Il., and
roan 2 to 4.30 1. M., anal on Wednesday and Satur
ly evenimigs frma I to 10.31 o'clock.
TIIl BUILDING 18 HATED.
SflU~flhI~ftlV~braa Ime new ure few
iuwru u uIE0Pnonnptosm Ass?.
titCacrARon 0.i,~~ae~ Droperfi., and All
Jhronio Diseases, by a revtialusinsg preoess.
,ARKABLE CURES t a ..
a Iest attentin
by TbL on.
8*I ci hT~~~l~lTUOUKRE Bsjjs' &no
Arfl ii whio hase ue thIs Treatment.
SEN Eltiii te ?2. i
901. T auPEE I Pmarf.11 "i rmar t. habs.
OR. M. W. CASE'S
Is Tolic, Cordial, Anti-Blhious.
CURES AtIII" l ii %I)ACiE, "-SAI cam
FaER ASm AuuR, lATTION, CONsU3tl'TON
de a: it a iem ra mIv ida, utor hoavo the system con.
H OW T O BE Koi' y.uro"I,*,er f*,i'TO
YOUR OWN f"'' 'a"min~omdoo
Ctm~ fimat eat'r: recr1 lola utse iili on
2 Xilt l)INA~ .11 MEN.
ntfe'red. Sem for (Jircular amid Termm to en~cts.'
H OM 3 ICIE 0 ., Pilade plhia.
>blilbvalmr d -te, (lot ral Stora stu t onta.
flOPS, BIUCHIU, MIANDRAKI?,
AwD T usuw AD BcsT )IED!oAL, QUALzr2
OW AL., OTnZER flitus~a.
AlDIseases of the Stomach, Bowels, Blood, Livere
Kidneys, and UrInary Organs, Nervousness, Sleep
cessness and especIally Fealm Comaplaints.
61000 IN GOLD.
iL be paid for a case they will not case or help. or
for anything ismpnro or ituriouas fonld In them,
Ask youredruggtst, for flop flitters and try them
before you sleep. Take no other.
HOP C0oo CURE Is th sweet, safggs, ad bggt
Th foP PAn for Stomach. LIver and Kfdneys i
superior to all others. Ask Druggists.
D'tunkneas, so of opuea tobaco ad enarotics
o . Bend for circular.
Allabmove sold by druggas. Hop Blittes Mtpg. .a Rochester,N.,Y
MORGAN & HEADLY,
mporters of Diamonds
USa SANSOM Street, Phnadephi.
lhustrated Price List sent to the tra.4.
A GETS WATED FOR TH1E NEW HiSTOR70.
Our Western Border.
De eteandG aphi Hitoof American Po
is llhing cnficts of led am Whit toej eiag.
me an itesattcuts Pione
ndr s. A uk orOdandun. Nmpa du
anat& eerywlere. nolutrated clrensarm fre J
cCUliD)V ? 00.,26 14. Seventh lSt., Philad'a, 'a.
The Old Reliable
'Ftor Welis 10 to 75 Foot, Deep.
lNew Price List Ja.1,18'79.
. og M RERT S tret~ , V d.
athushelt's acul e' aor nuires-Anest p
righta I lAmeia- akl uPas
o N AKO ,21.15i: LO.
HOW TO MAKE
SOAP FOR A CENT A POUND!
SHAVE INTO SMALL PIECES FIVE BARLS OF
DOBBINS' ELECTRIC SOAP
and boll in three quarts of water until the soap is thoroughly dissolved, so that upon straining
ihrough a slovo nothing remaine; add to the solution of "suds" thee gallons of cold water; stir
briskly for several minutes to mix, and set it away to cool. Though it will look like nothling but soap
iuds while warm- a chenmical reaction Will take place, and in tweuty-four hours time will develop forty
dr fifty pounds of ingnilcent an I white soft soap. tosting less than one cent a pound, and as good as
many of the adulterated compounds called soap. and sold at seven to ten cents per pound. flow long
would It take for any other soap, used the samte, to become anything but "eap suds ?" Any housewife
knows that it cannot be done with any soap she bas-nr used. SeeIf it can bodone with Dobbins' Electric.
FOR SALE BY ALL CROCERS.
I. L. CRAGIN & COMPANY, -NEW aUIK ILAl TON.
NOTE.-I. L. CRAGIN & CO., Philadelphia, Pa., have promised to send to any of our readors free.
to try, who will writo for it. and encloso 1 cents to pay the postage, a sample of Dobblus
Electrlc Noap. SEND AT ONCE.
$340.00 Piano Upright Parlor Organ, S Ootaveu, 13 Stops, 2 Knoo Swells, for $85
This Beautiful Piano Up,
rigt Cablinot or 1a rlor
mo) an liko cut). Nw
"Y 'o"p. Nf
- Iteds. Thirteen V3,
Stops. ( t oltan.2) X
'Y'lstet 3) Echio; DuIi
-hia 6 Vloi i a a)Vo
-llowed with wItlnani
tllon r10) vlien 1
uxtimaumee. ofSigts 101014
tOtai - att Kne
highly i tnsh .ink
ralnut Case, and Eem
Sat tFrcih ,'ioervit
Pautl. Alt late i
I when boxed, 300 lb-.
I ltcontaia Bratty's alw
t-inriling I is the .1a,,
n bcrits and lo'edv 4or
y let 1mtdo teleho pu
--ar -hi - oreiilau re
The sydden burst ur
mana herrony thrown; outfoy
the Bratty oran Orgrny
Excelsior Knee Swell,
>aYa n the scale being
neo n ied a priofb
Ivtaular fetall 1P'ice
ws oked or uch an ee
striAinA.rt by the ne rr.
epliste Agents about;
AdY a t N S,340.
Itwill sell this ben.
lIed periotd In order to
ii ~:hove It introduced
Dal NDP D FNW SPAEI
Completeby adleAr or telraph.
No money rcqsslreat
ent ony trialfOneor r(et
Instrumecnt only after you haveT fisly tested It at yovr own home. If it is not as repreviits all liai l
uxpemneo, I payifng fret -lit charges both *ayo. 'trhis certuilsy Is a fair offer. ltemnernber, this offer in at the very
loctflrd MIht pitily will not deviate front this price. ly Foill warruitel for 0i yearli.
w ttlls lut'uUent ore generally Introduced. hence this uc arallele offer. it Is about the actual Cost of
manufacturg. Order at once, a every Organ when itroduced Itona new leal o s utles ndliag
a thus give youthis splendid bargin by seling o f. O n t. Yotheillu
1Xrt acptls at l the 1rn1eo ,d rngt e p s e s n
Ad Io acept ths cn. Over Seventy houpand of Bcatty's a~ crated 14anos avid Organs are
l lactuauso& teroughonttho civilized world, arg d Ie hallenge any d oe to show ov that does not give perfwt
sat~sfatetlon. Sales naow very large; constantly Increnaing ata apid rate. The mostsuccessruil ouse In Alnrleit.
Moro vinsoileted tent onials tiart mny manufacturer. I we extended ay sales now over te entire wbiyima.
.4lie0 suit phui sno wv erg but It ght ynstrumpns Since y recat return fro an extemced toti'
t l g the Continent of lurope, ya mor detcrnied thasn ver thatno city tow or village tandoughout th
elitr eivilm'.il world shall ho :,represented by mny celebrated lntitrumsnts. R'ew Pianose $12545, 1 14
and upwards. Beware of fin tatlensl U ra suicess has brought into existence huntdreds a irresponsible
Ditetos Dware I poy tie Best I But ave o the inca poliss anI o blhes Nartpop
wit 1IMo InforinDtio rayut costof Pianos ant wg t hso tTb greaTh s es e t t wcai
youwb , f. enter abtolute certant o t dve c
Horsiey, attnion tha L'Ai p aongtonero Js y, Uo Sw Aserita,
-SHOW TH'a- :v OFFER TO YOUR NZIGHBOR..gu
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L at the grand Depot, during the pas t season,
has neestated an entire refittingu of the
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Dress repotlven otire outitodth sam aleso atineSuts
Goods, yinsDry Goodsc, with the greats easend e
Glovesolt prcs be ~ f *l pa tounlnsr
Cloths buth Grdeong, mk ti heMdl hn',e