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SADDLE lltsExs.-It is not a goo
rule to use a first-class saddle horse i
harness or vice versa, and horsemen al
know that to use a trotter to saddle I
to shorten his gait and get hIu in th
habit of cantering. As soon as a hors
finds it is easier to canter or 'run,' as I
is commonly called, when going fast I
will Invariably take the latter gall
But with the ordinary buggy horse o
saddle horse, If properly trained, I
will not make any difference. Th
writer has trained a great many horse
for saddle and harness purposes both I1
Europe and America, and knows tha
the best saddle horses in the world ar
never harnessed until their services t
saddle are over. In England, when
horse has hunted four or live seasons h
is sold to somne tradesmia, and then I
is good for four or five more seasons fo
the dogcart or gig. With regard to th
developement of the muscles of a hors
undergoing training for either trottini
or running, his muscles will all be ful
ly developeul. The horse of all worl
should be first thoroughly trained t
saddle, as in my experience he will al
ways work to those gaits; that is to say
when in saddle to trot or canter, bu
never to pace or single foot. When ii
harness he will learn the two latter to
soon. Some people think a satt(
horse ought to pace, but this is a mis
take, as the canter is by far the best fo
horses. I speak fron experience. at
for the last twenty years I have bee
in the suddle six days out of seven, i
traveling a long distance the hors
whileh trots or canters will take yoi
over the road with more case than th
pacing horse. A good trainer cai
traint a horse to the saidle gaits so tha
these will never con'lot with each oth
er, and on the proper application o
the bridle hand and the legs the hors
will change his gait at any moment.
LHACI[D A sItEs,-Leaehed ashesvar,
so mtuch in character, that no prelcis
estimate of their value can be made
The effect of their application must de
pend, too, on the kind of soil on whici
they are used. Heavy clay is likely ti
be injuriously coalaacted by libera
dressings of ashes, leached or unleach
ed, unless the land is in sod, in whicl
case ashes spread upon the surfaci
tend to increase the crop of grass.' i
a case reported by Mr. Billings, whein
large quantitles of leached ashes wer
spread on a fild of a few acres, the sol
clay loan, inclining to muck in inn ii
places, there was the appearance of per
mtanent injury from their use. ''h
land broke up cloddy, and there wa
great dililculty in reducing it to a fria
ble condition, while there was no per
ceptible increase of fertility. The saf
-est amd best use of leached ashes on muos
kinds of soil, is sp reading thet on Okl
meadow or old pasture. Workinl
thei into land on which potatoes ar
to be planted in the saeio season, is al
so a good way to use them. Good ash
es make valuable dressing for when
land and for corn; but the leachiet
ashes are too uncertali in their chaarne
ter to be recommended for such use.
BAN.-In bullding p-je wantl
of n1o two f'arms wilIbe found alike
One should make up hIis mind as to thi
size of bairn and pric., and not run be
yoid llls icans. 1le should have
systematic ar"range.h,10nt before con
iencing to build. It is estimated tha
a Carmtt of 100 acrses/vould cut 100 ton
of hay. how lar e a barn should thal
farm have. One of y in oquil i
1300 cubic feet, so,t,he 100 tonls wVouhl re
qireI' 00,000 culbVe feet. 'There 8shou11
be a bay 00 feet /'long, 40 foot wiide ami
25 feet high. Inl addition we shioul
wvant r'ooml for ' rait, driveway's, thresh.
lng floor, &('. TIhis would requir'e
bar'n 120 fee long, 40 feet wide and 2;
feet hligh o post, with a basement o:
stone weCljI veiitilaited. Some thhiik eat
tIe wollt d be better off in a boar'dei
base50it. Never store manur'e in the
bar; lii'ith cattle or undI(er thleml. I
sh.ouldi be kept inl a sep)arate shed(, t<
Mhileh it sh'ould be hauled every day
jor it could be corded up. Construc
'tirough the mIows' chiimneys to dro'0
~hay dhown to thecattle-oneo or tw
'w,as the case deimaiids. I hay
'oun.d that ini large mows grecat adivani
.age Is derived by puNtting an emnpti
~barr'el in while unloading the lily, ani1
3"aising it up as the lhay wais built aron n
fit. A barn made(1 01' r'ough boardis cost:
J$1 for 3 square feet. If' it is to be planci
and1( painted, thlen $1 for 2 squar'e fee
/of iloor spaice. The p)resenlt outhool
does not warriaIst ally one in expending
- eniough to make these imlproveents
unless tihe farmer has somlethinlg lan
up in advyance.
WVEAN 1N( Pios.-Theo following plii
wasil i'urniishied f'or wenilng pilgs by
New Jer'sey farmner: 'When the pigs art
of' the proper age to be taken from th
5ow shut thiemi up inl - the 1)en inl th
morninhlg; let them out ai little while al
nopnl andi again ateveniing. Th'ie seconu
day let thlem cut onIly lat mor'ning ail
evening, keeping tihom up) at night
On the third( day let them out at noo0t
f'or the last time. While doing this Ic
theoyn have all the 8101) they want, bn
refuse the mlother everything excep
scant foods 0of con and1 water. Th'i
wvill Insure the sow's dryinlg ip alt one
alnd without any evil efl'eot.
.The World ini MIniature.
Mr, Grube, a maker of wax image
in N4ew York, has constr'ucted what I
claimed to be the largest globe in th
world, showving the r'anges of miouni
talns and other peculiarities of the sur
lace of the eaurth in relieof, now in ox
*istance. .it,s dihameter' ia four feet am
one inch, the scale0 being one in 10,000,
000. The range of even the Himalaya
would not be visible upon01 thiis globe I
the same scale wvero adop1tedh for th
elevations as for' tile mapft, and aecor'd
Iigly the relIef is mlade 1upon1 a scale
*which exaggerates heights twent)
*tinles. 'The oceans, seas and rivers aur
colored blue ; the continents are yellov
the glaciers, ice-bergs and Iloatin1
eakes of ice whlite. Plains anld mnouni
tain ranges are clearly shown, and cv
ery part of the world is exhibited In It
true character. Red, black and( whit
lines oss the globe to indicate the is
o$hermnal belts, the variations of thi
n'lagnetic needle, the date line whier
*shIp O orreot their Jogs by skipplnj
froi 8atur4ay to Monday, and vIe
verpa and ofhier facts of like character
.Th~ mnpshas been 'corrected In thI
ligi sof the latest discoveries down Li
"o mon thlsage. The northern c0ons
ofSiberia hsbeen mnuch altered in thi
atlases by 'the Nordenskeldt expeditior
the ships sailing' i deep water ovol
placer mrharked at 500 miles inlanld, ani
being compelled to go hunidereds o
miles around promionotoriesetc., which
are occupied on the maps by bodies -'o
water. 'The globe is made of wood
The relief is formed he wax .
ALUM IN BJREAD.--A nuisance that
troubled Europe fiffty years ago is be
lginning to attract attention here-that
is putting alum in the bread we eat.
s The bread must be "light " that it may
0 be digested; that is it must be filled by
? the well-known cells we are accustomed
t to see in it. Where beer or ale is brewed
? those who understand healthy bread
making procure yeast, which "light
r ens'" the bread better than any substi
t tute, and is wholesome. Where yeast Is
not readily to be obtained, "baking
a powders " are resorted to, and out of
them comes mischief. Bicarponate of
t soda and cream of tartar or tartarle
u acid, are the usual constituents of a
? good bak.ng powder. Cream of tartar
a sells from sixty cents to eighty-flive
? cents a pound. '1'his high price has
? led " cleap baking powders" to be
r made of alum, as a substitute for some
0 or all of the cream of tartar. Alum will
' make bread look winter, so that baker's
can make an inferior flour salable as
bread by its use; and they use it, in
some pluces calling It " rock," so that
ao inadvertent expression may lot
"outsiders" know that alum is used.
Alum is an injurious article to the hit
man constitution In large quantities, or
in small quantities often repeated. It
a is the small quantities, taken every
1 meal, that do the mischief in bread.
- Alum is cheap-three cents a pound
r to the pocket, but it takes what is so
8 saved out of the stomach, and takes it
with fearful interest. Alum is mn as
I tringent, and Is used by dyers and
others as such. Tuken frequently on
the human stomach it produces heart
1 burn, indigestion, griping, constipa
tion, dysp-psia and kindred troubles
t resulting I rom irritation of the mucous
- nombrane, produced by the astringent
properties of alum. All these are
a nice things to be Inllicted by the bread
eaten morning, noon and evening. To
young children, growing girls, persons
of weakly frame and sedentary occupa
tions this alum bread is poison more
. especially. If the reader wants to
know somnething of alum let him suck
ia lump of it., notice its effect Ipon the
mouth, which is somethlug like that of
I an unripe persimmon ; then let him re
flect how it acts upon the tender, deli
cate coats of the stomach. l)r. Ilenry
A. Mott, the celebrated analytical
chemist, analyzed twenty-three of the
baking powders most in use, and found
alum In every one of them. It is time
we took measures to stop this bread
pcisouing that kills our little ones and
- ierpetuates lyspepsia and cholera.
TINWARE.--1 ,ry housekeeper may
- not know of what they are capable in
- the line of keeping tinware in order. If
Sa pan or any other vessel leaks, take a
sharp knife and scrape the tin around
I the leak until it is bright, so that the
solder will stick Then sprincle on a
3 little powdered resin, and with your a
- soldering iron nelt it on. Do -not have
- the Iron too hot, or the solder will ad
here to that. After two or three trials .
I you will do ajob to be protd.gVrroat
do not own it sohl2VW,ag-iron, procure
one by ,l.I-Yfiailis; but when hard
- 4?%Weld the knob on the end of the fire
shovel or a smooth piece of iron will
do, or you may hold a candle nllder the
- spot to be mended.
VEAl. CuIo's wrun TOIMA'rO SAUCE.- I
Trlim and flatten the chops. D)ip In
Sl'lraw egg, then in cracker dust, an( fry,
rather slowly, in lard or dripping.
Open a can of tomatoes, and dirain oil'
the liquor. Salt the rest of the tomatoes 1
aladn:sve f'or Fridaly's soup1. Put tile
liquor Into ai sau1e1an13 wi'th a sliend (
031101 and1( stew ten iuites. Strainu
out the onion, return tile juice to the
fi re ; thicken wIth a gloat spoonful of I
-butter, worked upl ill a teaspoonful of I
cornI statrch ; pepper0 and1( salt. Boil up
sharply, and1( whien you halve laid the
chlops upon01 the dish, pour the sauce
S TEAK STEaw,.n IN A PL.AIN WA Y.--Fry
the steaik in butter a good birownI, thlen
p)ut in a1 stew-pan13 hailf a pint of water,.
031e 0on1on sliced, a tablespoonful of
walnlut ketchlup, a little caper~ liquor
pepper01 and1( salt. Cover tile pan close
and1( let thlem stew slowly. Thicken tihe
3 gravy wvith a piece of butter rolled inl
-flour, and1( serve them on a hot dish.
K(EuOsENEi-OIL STAINS IN A F.OOnu 01n
CAnexT.--Cover the spots of oil with
I[ldianl meal, and whlen thle oil strikes
thrFough, remove and1( put 0on fresh, anid,
repeat until the oil is entirely ab
"I DON'T WANT THAT 8TUFF" Is what
a lady of. Boston said to 11cr husband
whlen lie brought home some medicIne
to cure her of stic headache and( nell
Iralgia which had mnade 1her miserable
b fr fourteen years. At the first attack
thereafter, lt was administered to 11er
with such good results, that 8118 con
tinued its 1180 untIl cured, and made so
enthusiastic In its praise, that she in
I duOe3d twenity-two of the beat families
ini 1hcr circle to adopt it as their regular
family medicine.. That "stuff" is Hop
A luldierous lincident ocecurred, 0110
8season, at "' Woodla wvn, "~ on the
Bloomin3gdlale road. Jone's hotel, of
thlat plauc, is orlnmented withl a host
Ier wvhose fun is as fearless 118 his face
Is ugly. 0110 clay in .July, while
twenty or thlirty fast gentlemlen were
tanldinlg in theO front balcony of the
hotel, an luldividuall rodle uip the p)athl,
.eo thle tinnlIest hlorse mortal eyes over
.looked upon01. Leaping from 111s p ian
toml steed, the equestrian said, turning
to the hIostler :
"1 [ore, .John, give miy horse some
"Sir 1" saidl John, with a look of as
"Give my horse some wvater' " thun
(ered the stranger.
"Youir hors./" ejaculated John, still
"Yes, youl fool; my horse I" anid the
straniger looked savagely at him, and
comnmeniced drawIng the lash of his
- whip through 111s hand.
Jolhn walked toward him as thloughl
She would demand an explanation, 'and
had taken aboult six steps, wvhen he
suddenly stopped as 01n0 sulrprised be
"Bless my soul I says hle, "I ax
your pardon, sir; but your hanimal
was a stanIdin' on a lne withl that 'ere
hiltchling post, and I didn't see him,"
The owner of the spectral boast tried
to frown, but a roar from the balcony
made hlim change his mlind.
EXPoss To DKAPrS when h*ated. and sud.
P 0 s o r0n he d in
wnlmany easta of Inflamimanon 0t the Lunge
hm,and other Pulmonary Afftec
conat a1 shuyou illn tael
m. p oant o ham~ D t1 Will not only
iItV an trn romthe Pliun1 and aren
"NoT AT HoMtc."-A sign on Crog
hai street, informs the public that
washing is done there, and It was quite
natural that a mechanic working near
by should take a bundle under his arm
and call there and ask of the boy on the
" Bub, is the washwornan in?"
"No, sir I" was the prompt reply;
" there's no washworan lives here at
"But the sign says 'Washing done
here,' " remarked the man.
"'Spose it does?" remarked the boy
in a higher key-"'sposo it does? A
lady may become the victim of unfor
tunate eirumstances to such an ex
tent that she is willing to wash and
Iron shirts, but that doesn't make a
washwonan of her does it?"
I thought it did,'' said the man.
lumph I if you draw a buggy down
to the shop to be repaired, does that
make a horse of you ?"
The man was silently turning away
when the boy added:
" if you want to find the lady of un
rortunate eircumstances, go around to
the side door, but the washwoman
Lsn't at home."
ALL OF one long, happy hour mamma
iad been reading to the little ones,
3unday afternoon, and talking to them
ibout heaven and the angels,and show
ing them pictures of angels with their
mowy wings. Suddenly Jack shouted,
Mother, when I'm an angel I want to
be a Shanghai-" Shocked silence on
the part of the fatally circle, followed
by the explanatory clause by Jack,
" Feathers on my legs, you know I"
Mother dismissed the congregation
without the usual benediction.
A itton'r little fellow of four, the son
>i a former pastor of a flourishing
church, who attends the infant class lit
Sunday-school, received the other day
at card on which were the words,
" Pray without ceasing." After his
mother had explained the text, he said,
" I guess I won't show that to the min
Later; lie prays long enough now."
'1T'x rage of building churches on the
)pera-house plan, and making' them
look as nearly as possible like theatres,
itas finally reached the culminating
point ini a Delaware chttrch, where, in
te vestibule, a printed placard reads,
SSmnok-: if you want to."
"Ah, yes,'' said Mrs. Partington,
iome years ago on the 22d of February,
is she saw the military pass by, " ah,
'es; Washington is dead, and the worst
)f it is that his mantelplece (lon't seem
o have fallen on any man now living.''
'I'n town is flooded with spurious
liver coin. We asked -a witty !ir.
nan if he had any i&A Where they
ame rom. 's, sir, they cone
roma,yteller's base-mint, and the
fer passes them to the seller again.''
ADAM never smoked. Eve said she
vasn't going to have the lace curtains
ipoiled by the nasty old smake, and he
lidn't care to go out in the woodshed,
'or fear he'd set sonething allre.
A DOMETIC named Angelica Jordan
ins passed over her last name and be
.ome it portion of her first name. She
ittemnpted to kindle a fire with coal oil.
A ruI, in one of our puplic schools
'ecently revised an old saying in his
cram mar, as follows: " [t is better to
live than to receive--a thrashing."
"SmEE how I rl(de over tane raging
nane I " oelaimed a nian wvho was
brown over' time horse's head into a
litch on thme other side of the fence.
A Naiw I1AVEN editor announced that
me had seen "' a pure white swallow,''
uid a wicked contemiporary suggests
hat it wvas oneO of Holland gum.
Tuxn boy who wvas getting a little too
arge to enjoy the flattery of his moth
r*'s sisters, said ho had got " syc-oph
unts " long ago.'
SonI.oquY by a tippler: "PThe pub
ic always notices wvhen you have been
.ipplinmg,, but never when you are
"hIow CAN I leave thee ?" said A dam
o Eve. She made no reply, but
pointed calmly to a fig-tree in the dis
T?'-rnKSE artistie days, when you are
tsked to take a drink, you are re
lucsted to " decorate your inside."
WHEN thme schoolmasier redneced the.
boy to submission It was an unfair comn
:est, because it was tutor won.
r'r ms too never late to mend. Even
hie dlevil had lisa darning-needle.
As people learn how true economy it
Is to use Dobbins' Electrie Soap, (made
by Cragin & Co., Philadelphia,).the
30mmon, adulterated, dishonest soaps
are being driven out of the market.-.
I'ry it. -
A Benefactor of Mankind.
P. Magnus M. May~r. 0. 8. D., Oath. priest,
Row Trier, Dacota Co., Minn., writes to P.
Reustaedter & (Jo., sole manufaotnrers of
Anakesi., Dr. iilsboe's INF?ALLKDLE CoUR Poa
PnLas. I usedI only four of thme Anakosm.
beans; the first two without, observation of the
prescript. therefore without succes My ease
was very difficult, lasting many years. I wrote
for other medleaments to support thme first
toals meanwhile I took the econd and third
louus according to ordinance, and sInce
ur weeks and two days after using the mols
toned pIlls, I am oured. Dr. Sisboe is really
a benefactor of mankind.- I supposo I will
have noc need of the second box and even not
of the first one! I am cured, but I wilt keep It
for my follow-citizens' suffering under Ilke
pain, and send hereby the two dollars. an on.
Tohasbe ea1 outfrso great a benefit.
Reapeotfuliy, your obedient servant,
P. MAoNUm M. Maia, 0. S. B., Oath. prie'st.
Samples of Anakeeis, the Great External
Pilo Bemedy, are mailed free to all sufreere
on application to!P. Neustaedtor & Co., Box
8948, New York.
Somebody's child is dying-dying
with the flush of hope on his young
face and an indescribab le yearning to
live and take an honored place in the
world beie tihe cornp anions of his
youth. 'And somebody's mother Is
thinking of the time when that dear
face will be hidden where no rey of
hope can brighten It-when her heart
and home wIll be left desolate---because
there was no cure for consumption.
Reader,-if the child be yotur neighbor 's
tak, this fdomf9rting Word to the
mother's hieart before Ut fe too late. Toll
her that consumptiori Is curable, that.
mofn are living to-day,. aged, .robust
men, whotn the physici ana proinounced
Incurable eM the age of twenty -five, be
Dause one lung' had been almost deatroyjed
bythme dfseas. Dr. PIerce's Golden
Medical DIscovery Is a most effient
alterative for separatIng the sorofulous
matter from the blood and lungs, and
Imparting strength to the system. It
has curd hundrada of cnnamplvs.
An Austrian clockmaker named Joal
Wirtz is said to have invented a riili
with which from 400 to 000 shots can b
fired each minute. The mechanism o
the weapon has some resemblance t
the movements of a watch, and th
cartridges are so arranged as to form
sort of lengthened ribbon. TIhe hand
ling of the piece is said to be a verj
simple affair; and the inventor is en
gaged in perfectnig those parts prove
by experiments to be defective, in or
der that the arm may be used in war.
WOMICN NRVER TIINK I-If the orabbed
old bachelor who uttered this sentimon
could but witness the intense thought
deep study and thorough investigatio.
of women In determining the best medi
elnes to keep their families well; and
would note their sagacity and wisdor
in selecting lop Bitters as the best an(
demonstrating it by keeping their faini.
lies in perpetual health, at a mere
nominal expense, lie would be forced t<
acknowledge that such sentiments ar
basoless and false.
Reporting by Mwhinery.--A reportin
machine at the Paris Exposition
known as "La machine StenOgraphilqu
Mihela," the latter being the name o
its inventor, attracted nucl attentianl
The claims made respecting it are tha
after a fortnight's practice, any persoi
can take down in shorthand character
a speech however rapidly delivered. I
is a small iuetrument, piano-like i
form, with twenty-two keys, whit
and black, and the stenographic char
acters are small and impressed on slip
of paper. Signor Miciela claims t
have classfied all the sounds which thi
human organs of speech are capable 0
producing, and to have so constructe
his machine that it shall report wit
unerring fidelity whatever Is said i
German, French, Italian, Spanish an
En lslh. The machine is highly in
gerl ous, and seems to have stood sev
oral practical tests satisfactorily.
The complexion of persons whose digestio1
is out of order, who are bilious or who lao)
vigor, always exhibits an unhealthy tint. I
is by regulating the bodily organs and pro
moting digestion and assimilation, that ti
parohmont hue indicative of ill health, is ban
isbed from the cheeks. To rectify the faul
of a sallow oomplexion, use Hostotter't
Stomach Bitters, an invigorant and alterativ
which rOmovos those obstacles to renewed
strength, physical comfort and personal at
tractivoness--an imperfect d gestion and se
cretion, and a disordered condition of th
bowels. Persistence in the use of this Inosti
mable corrective and tonic will assuredly re
sult in renewed physical regularity and vigor
will tend to mncrease bodily substance, am
cause the glow and clear color of healtlA toT3:
turn to the sallow, wasted chek... .'''
FOR PntpLES on the FcO, uso Rieskell's Tet
Cancer can be Cured
By Dr. Bend's new discovry-a positive our<
for this dread malady-no knife, no caustic, t
pain. Dr. Bond's success in treating Canoeo
is truly marvelous. Remedios sent to any par
of the world, with full directions for succosnful
home treatment. Bond a de+oription of you:
caso, or any cancer sufferer you may know of
Pamphlets and full directions sent free. Ad
dress, Dr. H. T. Bond. Philad'a., Pa.
IF You Would Enjoy Good Health Tak
HlooJlesnd's German Billers.
- H EUIIATISIi,
This dreadful diaease, the doctors tell us, Ii
in the blood, and believing this to be true, we
advise every sufferer to try Durang's Rhen
matie Remedy. It is taken internally au
tveyorsthe worst case in the shorts
e.Sl y every Druggist in town.
IF Troubled with Constipation, take Hooj
dan's Oorma'n Bitters.
WORMS. WVOIMS. WORMS.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never falls t<
destroy Pin, Seat and 8tomach Worms. Dr
Kunkel, the onily successful physician who ro
moves Tape Wornm In two hours, alive will
head, and no fee until removed. Commom
sense teaches if Tape Worms be removed al
other worms can be readily destroye~d. Advict
at office and store free. The doctor can tel
whether or not the patient has worms. Thou
sands are dying, daily, with worms, and do no
know It. Fits, spasms, cramps, choking an<
snifocation, sallow oomplexion, ciroles aroun<
the eyes, swelling and pain in the stomach
restless at night, ginding of the teeth,pickin1
at the nose, cough fever, Itching at the seat
headache, foul breath, the patient, grows pali
and thin, tickling and Irritation In the anus
all these symptoms, and more, come from
worms. E. F. Kunkcel's Worm Syrup neve
fails to remove them. Prise, Si 00 per bottle
or six bottles for 500. (For Tape Wormi
writ. and consult the Doctor.) For al ot.hers
buy of your druggist the Worm Syrup, andi I
ha has It not, send to Dr. E. F. Kunkel, 26
N. Ninth, street, Philadelphia, Pa. Advic b,
mall, freo; send three-cent stamp.
.E F. KunkePs flitter Wine of Iron.
Gives. tone to the stomach. It Improves th
appetite and assists digestion ; excites th
bowels t healthy action, expelling all the fote
humors that con'aminate the blood, corrup
the secretions and offend the breath. It ox
cites the liver to a hiealthy actien and strength
ens the nerves lmparting that glow to life than
proceeds alone from perfect health.
Thousands in all walk. of life, testify to th
virtues of this excellent med)icine in correct
ing the derangement of the digestive organ.
Get the genuine. Sold only in 51.00 bottles
or six bottles for 55.00. Ask for E. 1F
KUNEEllas and take no other. If your drug
ftshsit not, send to proprietor, E.
(UV L o 2'9 North Ninth Street. Phils
delphia, Pa. Advic free ; enclose three oen
IF Your Liver Is Disordered Iloofland's fiet
man Billers will set it aright.
IF You arc Dyspeptic Iloofland's GJerma
Bl;tera will cure sou.
We would call the attention of our readeri
to the advertisement of the old and well es
tabhished house of F'renoh, Richards & Co.
Pila ciphia, wh oh appears in another columi
of our papar. This fImhaving achieved, dur
ing thirty-tlvo years of successful business.
reputation for furnishing the best and mios
ra abe goods at the lowest prices, desire t<
call speciai attention to their new production
strictly Pare Lead, tinted and mixe ready fo
use. The selection of colors Is arranged it
suit all tastes, comprising all the most beautl
fuml and durable tints now In se. This pain
is puaranteed to be perfectly pure lead onl
and welgbs 18 pounds to the, gallon, whi
compelig brands being largely o> psed o
alkaie and water, weig onlyabout 12 pund
to the galions, making Frnch Richards & Ce'
very much cheaper at the same price per gal
Ion. It has been used and ~trid in iCtou
sections, but the most severe test has been s
seaside resorts, where the salt air quikly at
tacks and destroys ordinar pints. Whereve
used, French, Richards A o' Pore Tinto
Lead has come out viotorious and been pro
nonnood the bes6 in use. For parties desirn
to mix their own paints, they funish the samn
artlelo In the same colors, ipaste form whil
to buyers desiring the betgade of Whit.
Lead, without color, they offer their old an
well known brand of Pure Duck Lead, as we
as a full line of paints and painter's materialh
JieakeN's TetUer Olinment Will cure eve,
form of Totter.
new and won lerful Inventomia. lY miSa M#ce
sampIe free. Addreasuaawc..Marshall ,Nd
AM TtU BUts
ISAIIDRETH A5Q80 *gs8. 511TH 15
~ IfUhuahk's seale or seares-ie iup.
soaxt ostIiOaa tu re, n
The Gospel of Joy
The Gospel of Joy Iua Int'egu
p 0ospel Meti gs, Campaop Mejlugs. 1Jl+tional A
lugs and buuduy ldhui,
By Rev. SAMUK16 Ar.MAN and 8. 11. SPECK.
It contains a large number of new and very
perior Hyns and 1 nes. I he genmeral style Is
eheerlul and bright, as befits a collection that
somchtsay amid siug about
" Glad Tidings of Great Joy."
Both words and music are of an elevated cha
ter, c.numuondting tteinselves to porsond or rotl
taste, and the "daucing measuro" so pro alon
many recent compositIous has boon carefully avoi
Price 35 cents, for which speholue copies wil
mailed to any adidrss.
See Desoration Day Music in the Musical Record
Good News c"h-l'c.) the genial sun
Good .i~e schtool Soinng Book. has ti
sands of friends. Do0 not tail to exailino amnd tr;
There are 2 Songs, in the cutupusitlu or suaeo
of which great tasto and ability has boon diuplaj
Examine also "Shinming ltlV-'r' amnd "The ltivet
Lite," two standard books of great beauty.
Oliver Ditson & Co., Bostor
J. E. Dl1TSON & Co.. 922 Chestnut St., Phila,
i JOHN WANAMAKE]
The most thorough organization In Amel
for execouting written orders Is the Mall Dopt
mont for samplos and supplies at the Ore
Depot, the great Dry Goods and Outfitting
e tablishmont of JOHN WANAMAKER.
Requests for samples and orders for goods are
S tended to with the most thorough pronmptn e sr
D precision. Nothing sent out unless bolioevd to
just whet Is wanted, but If not satisfactory i ch
f fully exchanged or money refunded.
Silks and Velvet.. Undorwear Corset., et
Dross Goods. Ldies' a Cildren's 81
Mourning Goods. Mod 's and Iloy's nhoea
L doe' & Children's Sits. Iubber O'ode, Trunks,
Shawls & 'loks. Linens. lannoi,Musl
-Ladilea' F"urnishmi'g Goods. Men's.C Boy's (Uauthmii
Hosiery and Glove. nts' Furnishing G Oa r
WVhite Gode and Laces. blorn's and Boy's ltsl.
Notions, Z.'phyre. etc. Stationery & Slilvurwat
F'ringes & Emnhbroidories. Hloumso Furnishming (Ou
ilibbons, Ties, ats. China anti lassware.
Cloths and Cloakings. Toys and Game"u.
Furs and Millinor.v
C Write postal car or samples or prices of a
t thing desired. .Register all letters containing mot
Many Bargains may bo secured now, between
PIILADEJL]P H IA
The Largest Dry Goods and Outtitting Ilou
The Old Reliable
For Wells 10 to 75 Feet Deep.
New Price List, Jan. 1, 18;
C. G. BLATCHLEV,
440 MAtKET St., Phllad't
MORGAN & HEADLY,
Impoder of Diamond
1arnfactrAi1' of Sectaclel
618 SANSOK street, PhIladelphiu
flustrated Price List sent to the tra
Our Western Border.
Aomplet and Grapcustory of Amerlos,a
-~ trilling conflIct. of Red an White fes.Ear
Adven%uCaPp ties, ara eount. oe
and Sporta. A book"for Bid and Young. Nut at
wanted e eryhet Illnat abed erular free J
C AR P
ADA PTED TO TIIE WAKTS OF TlilE MOST
Residents of this city and neigihborhuood are r<
Parties furnishIng Churches, llotels, Club Il
invited to Isspet our
T l lE PUILIC GEl
A MNST'ERS, WIL7TONS8, VEL
B R USS'ELS, TH RE REPL YS, I
AREt REIPE(CTFeUI,i,Y INVITED TO INBP
In All the New a
JOHN & JA!
Nos, 809, 811 and 819 C
RETAIJLJNG AT' M!ANU
WITH PURE BOI
CONTAINS NO Cl
SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHER .2
Those inteniding to Paint wi
* ~ of finish, by
10 W. ConmermmT .a
Frm the llooral1e Thiurlow Weel,
INDORSINO DR. RADWAY'S B. I, REMEDIES,
a ArTBR USING THEM FOR IeVnRAL TYARS.
NRw Yoat, Jan. 4, 1871.
DEAR SIR.-Having for several years used your
medicines, doubtingly at first. but after experi.
eneing their efficacy, with full confidence, it is
to les3 a ppeasurv than a duty to than)lttlll
acknowledge the advantge we have dortei
' from them. The pills are resorted to as often
3u occasion re quire , and always with the do
D, tired effect Te ,ead Relief cannot be bet.
ter described than it is by its namo. We apply
ci. the liniment frequently and freely, almost in
variably find ing the promised "Belief."
Truly yours, (signedT)ULWWR.
Da. RAWA. ( Tine URLOW WRD.
R. R. R.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORW' PAINS
In from One to 20 Minutes.
NOT ONE 1fOUR
- after reading this advertisement need any one
SUFFER WITH PAIN.
itadway's Ready Belief is a Cure for
EVEltY PAIN. It was the first and is
The Only Pain Remedy
that instantly stops the most excruciating
pains. abnsys Inlihrnrations and cures Cogos.
tions, whther orf the Lungs, Stomach, Bo, nel.
or other glands or organs, by one application.
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES,
no matter how violent or excruciating .the pain,
the RHEUMATIC, Bed-ridden, Intirm, Crippld,
Ner ous. Neuraigic, or prostrated with disease
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTANT EARE.
INFLAMMATION OF TII E KIDNEYS
INFLAMMATION OF TILE BLADDRIt,
INFLAMMATION DF THIt BOWELS'
CONOf~lP1ON OF tR ELUNG$s
SORE THROAT DIFFICULT B REATIINO,
I1L.PITATION ()F TiUN 1lAl',
HYSTERICS, CKOUP. DI1 11TUE IA
CATAR'tH, INI'LURNZ A,
COLD CHILLS, AGUE OAILLS,
CHILBLAINS and FROST--BITg
The application of the Ready Belief to the
ator part wher the pi n or diffRculty exists
willt afford easeland comfort.odifclyest
Thirty to sixty drops in half a tumbler of
water will in a tow momenta cure Cramps,
Spasms, your Stomtach, Heartburn, Sick Head
aoho, Diarrihes, Dysentery, Colic, Wind In th,
Bowels, and all Internal Pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of
Itadway's Ready Relief with thent. A few
Irupa in Water will prevent sickness or pains
irom change of water. It is better t.hau French
Lirandy or Bitters as a stimulant.
FEVER and AGUE.
Fever and Ague cured for Fifty Cents. There
is not a remed al agent in the world that will
cure Fever and Agute, and all other Ma.larlouu,
Billous, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow and other
N'overa (alied by I1adway's I'llsR) so quiek as
iRADVAY'S READY RELIEF. 30 cts. a bottle.
FIIE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER,
FOR TilE CURE OF CHRONIC DISEASE,
SCROFULA OR SYPHILITIC, HEREDITARY Oil
be it seated in the rungs or Stomach, Skin or
Bones Flesh or Nerves. corruRtin: the
Chronic Rheumatism Scrofula, Olandular
Swi ng. ai len Dryaogh Cncerous Alie
Lungs, Dapepsia. Water Brash, Tic Dotoraux,
White Selins Tumors Ulcers, Skin anda ii-p
Diseases, FeBre omplait, Con on, Dropsy,
Liver Complaint, &c.
Not only does the Sarsaparillian Resolvent
ercel all Comdia ati t haeerp of Chronic
but it Is the only positive cure for
Kidney & Bladder Complntt,
Urinary and Womb Diseases, Gravel, Diabetes
Urn horcsae~ Abminia and in all
U Cew r ce brickb dust dposits,or th e
like the white of an eg, or threads like white
silk, or there is a.morbd dark, bilious appear-.
ance and white bone-dust deposits, and when
passing water, an paia an the salla of the bac
and along the loins.
Sold by druggists, PRIOE ONE~ DOLLAR.
OF EAERS'A GOWT C EURED BY DUte
Dr. RADWAY & 00., 82 Warren Street,
lp NEW YORK.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with aweet
t ee n Radwas a l for the cure ofill
dlsorders of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels Rid
Sey Blde N evos dieaes,oeadache
si osne - Fever, 'Inflanamation of the
Boel,Ples, adall derangements of the in
teria viscera. Warranted to effect a positIve
* u 're Veabl ontinng no mer
in Obserethe foi wipg ymptoms result.
BontIation Inward iles, Fulless of the
Nausea. Heartburn, Disguti of. Food.. Fullness
or Welght in the 8tomah Sour Briotlons Sink.
legs or Filitterings iiith Pit of, thre 8tobnach
Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Dilculi
Breathing Filattering at the Heai-,-Choking or
Surnctin Seationa when n iREpstr
Pai nead, f Deflienoy of Prspiration, Yl
Lhnb and faudden Flusnes'of Heat, B ide,g
A few doses of RADWAY'S PILLS will tree
the systetn from all of the above named disord
era. Price 96 cedts per box. Sold by Druggista
Read "False and True,'
t Warren ~tre or cO.,rko
lnfurmation worthi thousAnds will besen'tyon
DR. M. W. CASE'S
HOW TO B * 1I
e r "u ,t
su- O" OPEN EVERY DAY. .j
ory ADMISSION 26 Cents. OIUILDREN, 10 Cente
EXTENSIVI ALTERATIONS AND IiPRtO3
AN8 IIAVICTBRINAMADW PI'.
NEW AND ATTIAOTIVK NXII t'T8 ADDI
rao" WITH JIANUFAUTUIIINO. MIA01l1INERYh
tied IN PIIA't IOAL O1'ICRtATION.
i A Magniicent Display t the Deparinonts of I
-ld. ence, rt, ducati on, Agricuture A Mich Aic
1 e The Popular Nuccess of Last Season
R b GAN) PIOMENAI AND DRNS H OpS
EVERIY WEDNEISDAY EV)CNINU.
oile be gwi the Opening Dav. the Hui dl
Jay C P
le rni eeIU,ps.a
.E CUR ES ='.
a NGY EJDQSED 9a 1
Tabe , no as, a
- SEN F EE
Ion (A Medicine, not a Drink.)
SOPS, IUCI1U, MANDRAKr
Es. TaU PVUsrS AtD Bsr MDIOAI, QUAZMD
or Ai. OTaa BITras.
'I'XX E C'tU'L
nt- Al Diseases of the Stomach, Dowels, Blood, Ltve:
nd Kidneys, and Urinary Organs, Nervousness, aleej
S eseness and especially Female Complaints.
61000 IN GOLD.
Ill be paid for a ease theywill not cure or help, e
or anything impure or injurious found is them.
o. Ask your druggist for Hop Bitters and try then
oo0 ore you sleep.' Take no other.
otc or Coven Ovan is the sweete, safest and beal
ue Ask Children
sc e for PA for Stomach , iver anlney a
r upoerlhr to all others. LAsk Drgists
ds. . a absolute and Irresistibbe ca r to
runkene, use of opium, tobacco and narootice
Send for circular.
naboreatd by druste. Hop Btt M.m. Rocleld,k,,1
NICHOLS, SHEPARD & CO.,
B2attlo Crooel, Mieh.
ORIGINAL AND ONLY. GENUINE
t THRESHING MACHINERY.
THE .atebless Oran-San, T'.atn
and Honey"Sarlna Thresher. eft tis day ad genera
ion. Beyond all rivalry for Raptd Work, 1'erfet Cliantag
and for Saving Grain from Wa.tal.
S TEAM Power Throshiern a Specialty. Special
sioes of Separators made expressly for Steam Power.
URUnrivaled Steam Thresher Engines,
both Portable and Traction, with Valuebta Improve
meats, far beyond any other make or kind.
t l11 ENTIRE Threhinig Expenaes (and often
three to live times that amount) can be madts by Oil
Extra Grain SAVED by these Improved Machines.
Go RAIN Raisers will not submit to the enor
moos wastage of Oratn ad the inferior work don* bj
all other machineb, when once posted on the difference.
OT Only Va.Rtly Superior for Wheat, Oats,
SBarley, Bye, and lk Orains, hut lhe Oanv Euecess
fIt Thresher In nelx Timothy, Millet, Clover and lk
Seeds, Rtequires no 'attachment." or "rebuilding" Ia
ohange from Grain to Seeds.
N Thorough Workmanhip, Elejant Finish
eur " Vasanoa" Thrasisor outa are Inoomparais
era amls than oehalf tho t ual Roil and Gear.k
Glean Work, with no L.itterings or SeatterIngs,
omSix to Twelve-lirselse end wostyls of oun
ll ed HrePowers to match.
w F to to us for Illustrated Olroular, whieh we alfe
CRITICAL, ItEFINED A ND REt'ilERtCUE TASTES,
spectiuly invited to inspect our
E T I N G9 S.
com3s, Steamboats and Boarding Houses are respectfulij
E T I N G S.
VET, BODY BRUSSELS, TAPESTR
7XTRA AS UPERFINES, MA TTINGS,
JRUGS, ETC., ETC.,
aid D)esirable Styles,
IHESTNUJT St., Philadelphia.
FACTURERS' FIRST COST
[CIHARDS & Co.'s
ixed for Use,
[LED LINSEED OIL
IEMICALS OR WATER,
UIXED PAINTS IN THlE MAltXET,
PURE LE AD BIASIS.
11 save money, anid l'ealize beaut
using this article,
bl'ed only by
UHARD)S & CJO.