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1iyt:ng Fish.-The mechanism of t
movement of the flying-fish throuj
thle air has beeni discribett with ImuL
detail by Professor Moebius, of Klc
who concludes, from the observatio
of those who have published on ti
subject and his own, that the ilyin
lish dart from the water with gre
speed without reference to the cour
of the wind and waves. They ma
no regular flying motions with th
pectoral and ventral fins, but sprei
them out quietly, though very rap
vibrations can be seen in the outstrec
ed pectoral lius. The hinder part
the body, while the lish moves throu
the air, hangs somnewhat iower Liha
the forepart of the body. They usua
ly fly further against the wind tha
with it, or if their track and the dire
tion of the wind form an angle. Mo
lying-fish which fly against or wi
the wind continue their who
course of flight in the same directic
in which they cobne out of the wale
Winds which blow from one side on
the original track of the fish bend the
course inward. All fish which are at
distance from the vessel hover in the
whole course in the air near the surfat
of the water. I in strong winds the
11y against the course of the wave
then thl:y fly a little higher; sometimn
they cut with the tall into the crest c
the same. Only such 1ying-fish r<
to a considerable height, (at the higi
est, by chance, live metres above ti
surface of the sea) whose course in ti
air becomes obstructed by a vessel. 1
the daytime flying-fish seldom fall C
the deck of the ship, out mostly in tLi
night ; never in a cahn, but only wh<
the wind blows. For the most pa
they fall on ships which do not rii
higher t,hani two or three yards abc'
the water, when they are sailing <
the wind or wit'. .alf-wind, and at
making a good course. Flying-fih
never come on board from the lee-sidh
but only on the wiidwand side. B
fore vessels which pass between the
swimming schools the fish fly into ti
air as before predaceous fish or ceta
Xaphtha and Benzine.-We have ofte
been asked the dit'erence between bet
zine and naphthia, many people wan
Ing to know whether naplhtha didn
include benzine, or whether it wasu
the srame thing under a marketabl
name. A prominent refiner says tli
benzine is the first, product that arise
from the process of refining crude oi
and bears the same relation to nihith
that distillate does to refined oil. I
other words, benzine is crude naphtih,i
The reason it Is not quotable under Li
name of benzine, therefore, is becaus
It has to be reduced to naphtha befor
it is marketable in any extensive -ua
tity. The process that benzine is sul
ject to, to produce naphtha, is not
separate buainess, but is carried on b
the reglar oil refiners in the saime stil
and retorts that the refined oil is pr<
duced. Tihe benzinie Is treated wit
.sulphuric acid, the resnit is naphlthi
which is in great demand in gurop
especially in France, for the purpos
of aniline dyes, while it is also put I
many other purposes. This demand
partially instrumental in keeping u
its price, but its rapid evaporation als
has a tendency in that direction, as an
large seller of it has to take into cOil
sideration the depreciation that migh
take place by the time lie sells it o
that account, and for the same reaso
buyers give no more orders than in
niediate necessity requires. All rei
cirs, howev'er, do not prioduce naph)lthi
but some of' themi sell the beinzln
which Is lairgely used for fuel purpose
forn which it is muchl better' than ccon
as It is not only absolutely cheaple
but gives a steadem' heat.
M3, de P'ararey! Of France has1 draiw
aittention to a substancee well known aI
Chinese medicine. Whlich is called em
p)oey-tse. IL app)lears to be a sort
gall, possessing a ver'y remar'kab
astringent powem'. It dlevelopst itself'
an excirescence upon01 a varity of asi
aiid is usedl by the Chinese wit,h greo
* ~success in cases of diarrhu'a.
iIydoen g,as when purei' is betwet
fourteen and1( fif'teen times hlihter ti
.atmnospheic aim'. Ordiniary coal-gas
onily about two and a-hall' tihnes lights
than the ir we breathe.
A flexih/c car'bon, foi' elcctr'ic light
* ~is a new andmu imploi'tant invention, JIu
patented in Emagland. It can be roilb
up aind stowed in small space.
A new str'eet-r'ailway traick hias het
suiccessftilly tied in ] Iigland,(1 TIl
rail Is a flat plate regularly piec'
with holes which lit prmotuberances <
Phkosphorescens i1pper is rep)or'ted to 1
one of' the latest novelties. Wiritir
don~e upon it can be read tihe dai'k.
Going on an Exoursin.
Th'ley had1( beeni pr'epar'iug for' tihe c:
cursion for about two weeks. Tlhe dil
at last dawned, and as the boat was
start early, ithe young wife detei'mim
to be 0on hanimd. Th le clock struck eigh
and1( still she was in tihe kitchmen, ht
hali' down heri back, packing edibles I
''Hurry up1)' saidi John, ihem' youin
"Ill be ready presently," and awa
she dlarted to blacken her shoes and pi
on a clean collar. Tihen she stuck h<u
head ouIt of tile hack window to ask he
next door neighbor to lend her
''Hurry ump, John," said sihe, "Ye
bi'ing the basket, no0w I'mi ready ain
am going downm to time boat, and sa,
John, don't forget a box of' sam'dln
you'll find in the closet, and bring ti
pickles and tonguie, and be sure ar
bring a big knife. Do you hear in
John reeled into the kitchen and b
gan his wvork. iIe was interi'upted t
his wife's voice from below yelling:
"John, there's a can of straw berrid
In the lee-box, don't forget them. No
hurry, we'll be fearf,ml late, and sa
bring one or two more handkerchtie
and a sun umbrella-or I don't knmol
It looks like rain bring my waterpr'oc
Oh, you old poke, you're going to st4
there all day. Nowv run back and clo
those back shutters andi put the cat
the kitchen, and leave a pan of ml
for her, and say, just stop around at t:
butcher's, and tell him we won't neo
any mieat to clay; and leave the key
the'eellar under the parlor door-mi
4ow hur'ry, John. I'm off. And dor
Torget anything, or I'll go "wild I"
He didn't forget anything; but wh<
* he reached the wharf he found the be
had boon gone two hours.
lie CONcRuET WALLS UNDER OL'BARNs.
h -Many farmers, who desire to build
,h good stables, are deterred from doing
,l, so because they think It necessary to
is build a new barn for that purpose; and
to in order to have a proper basement sta
g- ble, they seem to regard a side hill as
at indispensable. Now, both these Ideas
so are often mistaken. 14irst, if the old
ke barn 18 large enough and of the right
ir form to suit the purpose, it may be
td raised and a good concrete wall placed
Id under it, so as to give as good a stable
Li- as if under a new barn, When the
Df wall is to be laid with stone by a mason,
h in the ordinary way, the shores or block
Ln ings are very much in the way of build
1- lag the wall-requiring each blocking
,n to be filled in after. Its removal, thus
c- making much more work. But when
st the wall is built with concrete, the mat
;It ter is very easy. Raise the barn to the
le height desired (giving eight feet In the
n clear' for a stable) ; level it accurately
r. on the blockings; then place 3x4 scant
to lings plumb under the centre of the
ir sills (not In the way of any window or
a door), in sufficient number to hold the
ir building firmly in position; brace these
e rom the top and take out the b.ockings.
y Now, there is nothing in the way of a
s, concrete wall, as It is built around these
s shores, which will stand in the centre
)f of the wall, and cannot injure It by rot
ie ting. The wall should be twelve in
i- ches thick, and to build it set standards
C fifteen inches apart, in pairs, so that 1.
e inch planks, placed between them
i against each standard, will leave twelve
n inches between the planks. The pairs
e of standards will be plumbed, so as to
n bring the outside of the wall even with
rt the outside edge of the sill. These
se standards and planks are carried around
e the building. Only one tier of planks
n Is required, and it is convenient to have
e these fourteen inches wide. When this
i box is filled with concrete, it will usu
u, ally set hard enough while filling, so
3- that the workmen may commence at
ir the length first filled and raise It twelve
Lo inches, leaving two inches la, ped on
the first tier of the walt made, and each
length of blank Is raised in turn, and
refilled w ith concrete--thus placed lay
or on layer until the wall is completed.
When the last layer Is to be placed in
der the sill, raise the outside plank to
the top so that the conereue can be
pushed against it, and the Inside plank
may be left down enough to give room
e for the intreduction of the matter. It
can be tamped in solid under the sill,
so as to make a complete wall with no
space left for air. The door frames are
| made of planks, with Jambs ts wide us
the wall is thick. The door frames are
set up before the boxings are placed,
the box planks slide up on the edges of
C the door jatubs. The window frames
are set up under the sill, and the con
crete tills up under and around them;
and the basement should be well light
a ed. It is bad economy to save glass at
the expense of liberal light. in a stithle.
Sun light Is as important to animals as
OnEEN CottN FOR Cows.-'he value
C of sweet corn as green food for cows
o cannot be overestimated. If the stalks
,s are cut green after the ears have been
p j pulled for table use there will be a very
O perceptible increase of milk, but if the
y ears are left on there is no other for
age crop equal to it. 'Thie cows will
t not only give more milk, but there will
i be more butter in the milk. A small
p patch will furnish as much as one cow
- an eat during August and September,
- when pasture is short. After the frost
kills it, it loses its virtue for feed.
F'rr rxNixa Fowra.-One need not be
muitch of an epicutre to be able to (distini
guish readlily t,he dill'erenice b)etwveen a
fowl that hias beeni shut up and declicate
ly fed for a time before killung and one
a that hans been forced to scratch for a
a lIving. Contine fowls itended for the
:- table in a darkened pla1ce and1( give them
yr plenty of' miilk, either fresh, thick or
he sor,ii with grain and11 table seraps, anid
is you will haive ai dlicate article of food,
w, withi11o st.rong "ohicoken'' flavor about
Pr.ANTs AND) FLiowxus.--To have ros
es bloom well keel) 1ld wood cut back;
ci over~ the bushes ini winter with straw,
"1 corn staihks or loose mianiure and work
is into the soil arounitldiem plenty of iron
3' illin~gs or filings or break up old1 pieces
of cas5t-- roni as line as p)ossibl1e andi put
around next, the roots. If rose bugs
trouble your roses put, a spoonful of
s>white hiellebore In a pall1 of water and
st sp)rinikle it On the bushes or vines. TIo
d( kill time peauch tree borer, use fish brine
dhiluted with an equall quant,ity of water
--a p)int pouiredl around( each tree In
a spring or fall ; for each small tree use
n Tiux top) of a f ruit tree, to secure the
best results in color and flavor of t,he
fruit, shldi( be kept open~ to the adl
e mission of' air and sunlight If some
gbranches grow too fast for the harmon
ious balance of' the tree, pinch out the
buds at the endl anld 'thuus force the
growth into thie other branches that
are not so thrifty. Five years of culti
vation anrd watchfuil pru ni ng and( you
will never have occasion to remove
large branches. It is a terrible loss to
y a tree to allow branchies to attain a large
0 size only to be slaughtered.
" The 1)o18on so freely used by the Ital
ianIs in the seventeenth century was
g called "aqua tofana," from the name
of the old wvoman Tofania, wvho made
Y and sold it in small flat vials which she
It called inannai of St. Nicholas, oni one
ur side of wvhich was an image of thc saint.
ir She carriedl on this traffic for half a coni
a twry and eluded the police, but on be
ing detected confessed that she had
u been a party to poisoning si'x hundred
(peole. Numerous persons were hn
lihcated by her of all ranks, and many
of themi were publicly executed. All
0Italy was thrown into a ferment, aiid
dand many fled, while some persons of
~'distinction, Oin convictiont, were stran
gled in prison. It appeared to have
been used mainly by married wvomen,
~'who wvere tired of their husbands.
Four or six drops were a fatal (lose, but
'the effect wats not sudden andl therefore
not suspIectedl. it was as clear as wa
Y, ter, but the chiemnists have not agreed
Cupon its real composition. A p)roeha
m'iation of the Pope described it as aqua
'fortis distilled Into arsenic, and others
yconailered it as a solution of crystal
se lized arsenic. The secret of its pre
k paration was conveyed to Paris, where
the Miarchioness do Brinvaliers poison
Sed her father and two brothers, and
she with many others were excuted,
of and the preparers of it wvere burned at
GivstPRkMP ATaTONe and treatment to all
affecion's of the Boes ich as Diarrhea,
Rf Oholera Mdorbus, Dysentecry, &c., at this season
at of thejear. usngDr Jayne'stOarminative
soon ir-v al snaob complingt roll ,h andt
TONGUE SOuP.-Iut a sim1all tongue
into a stewpan, with trimnings of any in
bones of fowl or veal, and stow for pI
four hours removing the scum; take w
out the tongue, skin and clean it, and to
leave it to cool; put back the trimmings Ml
and the root, with a carrot, a turnip, a e1
head of celery and an onion, half a tea- al
spoonful of cayenne pepper and stew
one hour more; then strain the soup, at
and when cool remove the fat, and set h1
It on to heat, with a turnip and carrot to
out in squares, and two tablespoonfuls tl
of grated tongue. Let it simmer Se
slowly for about an hour, and serve O
with boiled rice. A useful and cheap N
CORN MEAL GEMS. -Two. cups of In
sweet milk, one cup of wheat flour and II
about two cups of corn meal, two table- it
spoonfuls of melted butter, one tea- do
spoonsul of sugar, and last add two tea- 01
spoonfuls baking powder. 'I'his, when I
mixed, should be a rather thick batter, cc
and drop easily from the spoon. Have
your gem irons well buttered, and hot
upon the top of your stove, drop in
the batter and place directly in the
oven. These will be found a nice te
wholesome dish for your breakfast, ani
quickly and easily made. 'I'heir bright di
appearance adds a lively color to the
PARKER HOUsC RoLi.s.-One quart of at
flour, one-half pint of milk, one-half P
cup of yeast, two tablespoonfuls of w
butter and two of sugar. Scald the milk cl
and when cool n'it in the butter, sugar w
and yeast. Make a hole in the flour,
and put in the milk without stirring. at
When it is all risen over the flour stir ti,
up and let it rise again ; then mould R
and raise again. Mould and cut into
round cakes, spread a emall piece of
butter on one-half and fold over the
other. Put into the pan to bake and let
it rise again. bi
OOLDEN LAYER CAKE.-One and one- In
half cups of sugar, one-half' cup butter, m
one-half cup aweet milk, one egg and ?
yolks of four. Two cups of flour, in to
which two teaspoonfnI of baking pow- to
der have been stir; ed Bake in five te
cakes, and spread wita Jolly to which Ji
the juice and g rated rind of a lemon p,
have been added. Keep the cake closely bt
covered with a tin pan or several folds 11
of cloth until wanted. This cake is 11,
very fine, with canned fruits, for des- al
WarrT CAKE.-TwO cups of sugar, to
one-half cup of butter, the whites of p,
four eggs, a little less than one cup of te
sweet milk, three cups of flour, three
teaspoonfuls baking pnwder,sit tNd with
the flour. To make: bt.r the butter and
sugar together u.l.il light, the stir in 8
the milk, then the flour; mix thor
oughly, and add the beaten whites just 1
as the cake is to be put into the oven.
Flavor, if liked.
-MILK 'ToAsT FoR INVALIDS.-T'Oast 1
your bread a nice brown, dip each of
slice as it comes from the toaster into
boiling water, butter and salt slightly,
and lay in a covered dish. Have ready di
in a saucepan enough boiling milk, w
slightly thickened, about like cream, g
and pour over your dish of toast; cover rr
closely anct let stand five minutes. It b(
is mumach improved by using a part of it
Graham bread. 'ThIis will be found nice
PE.s AND Lin uci..-Blanch ia quart h
of pelas about live minutes and drain <<
them; blanch a head of lettuce for one jr
1minute, (blanching is only boiling or' g
steec)Iig in boIling wvater) ; put peas d
and lettuce In a saucepan with one
wince of butter; stir gently on the fire
teor about one minute, and then add a ii
little brot,h or water, twvo or th ree sprigs e
oif pairsley, salt and11 l)ppe ; boll slowly a
untIl done, and serve warm. Th'ie par- u
sley may be served or removed, accord- a
ing to taste. Thme lettuce is served with
the peas. ________
Dovien CAKE.-One p)ound of flour,
011e of sugar, one-half' pound of butter', n
six eggs, a glass of sweet mIlk, onen
teaspoon fuil ef sodat, two teaspoon- y'
fuils of cream tartar; add a little nt-t- I)
mi eg, il
To DES'r nov warts, palint occasionally
with butter of antimony.
DoN'T TEMP IORISE WITil PILES.-Oim,tments, a
letionas, olectuaries and alt manner or uc
naostiumns are a waste of time and uoney. The~
only AniiSLJra.Y INFAIJ.IIiLR cure for thisg
painful disease is ANAKE818I, isicoverod by
Dr. iilsboe. It has been p)rononiuoed by solon
title men as the happiest discovery made in a
medicine for 200) years It, affords inst.ant re
lief from pain amn the worst canes and has, cured b
more thani 20.000 suifeorira permanently. All tl
cloctoru prescribe it. " Anakesii," is sont FREP. V
by mui on receipt of price, $1.00 per box, si
Samiples gratis by the solo rnanufacturr. n
Messrs. P. Noustaedter & Co., Jiox 3'946 N. Y.
No Goon Pui.AcunmN.-No man can a
do a good job ofl work, pi'each a geod "
sermon, try a law suit well, doctor a '
patient, or write a good arfIce when f
he feels miserable and (dull, with slug
gish brain and unsteady nerves, and
none should make the attempt in such t
a condition when it can be so easily ,
and cheaply removed by a little HIop ~
Bitters. See other colu mn.c
WiE know of many cases where
women have had their home duties a
greatly lightened by use of Dobbins,
Electric Soap, (made by Cragln & Co., tl
Philadelphia). We advise you to try
it and satisfy yourself of Its merits.
The Tar who Ploeugh,s theo Water.
"Avast there for a bit," said John San- A
der'S, a sailor, as he mnotionedi with his hand s
to Justice i3ixby in lthe Market Court. n
"What's the matter now ?" asked the Jus
lice, glaninmg over his speLctacles. 1
"All snug now, Judge. Shiver me tim
bers if I didn't think I(de lost my p1p1."h
"Have you found it?"
"Oh, yes. The blasted thing was stowedl
away in the starb)oardl pocket."
"You were wvaterlogged-no, not water,v
but beerlogged ?"t
''Can't just say now, Judge, what I d(d11(
ship aboard." (1
''Lying dowvn oni the sidewalk ?"
"Yes, I suppose 1 was knocked on my
heam ends, I can't just remember no0w,
"'If the oflcer hadn't hove in sight just as
lie did you might have gone under."
"No fare of that, Ycr Honor ; a good i
dlrowndin' wouldl have no more effe'et upon a
me-than a square meal." e
"Yoiur port eye bears evidences of a col- I
"Don't mention that, Judge. A black t
eye is nothin'."C
"Three (dollars fine."
"Aye, aye, Yer Henor'," andl paying the
amount in foreign coin lie hled to his ship. j
BEn WisEs AND HAPPY.-It you will I
stop all your extravagant and wrong a
notins idocorin yourself and fam
ilies with expensive d octors or humbug C
cure-all., that dp harm always, and use1
only nature's simple remedies for all a
your ailments--you will be wise, well t
and happy, and save great e;pense. *
The greatest remedy for this, the great, I
wise and good will tell you is Hop
Bitters-rely on it. See another cof
IIoT WEATHIER SYMPATHY.-It's a
inister. Poor lman. Ile is quite
cached out. lie wants a rest this hot
eather, Let us send him to Europe,
the Adirondacks to the White
ountains. Good. Woe will. Close the
turch. Stop preaching. Let him go
id cool off. Farewell.
It Is she rest of us. We are 990,000
rong. We arc quite fagged out. It is
>t weather. We want a rest. We want
go to Europe, to the Adirondacks, to
e White Mountains. Will somebody
lid us? Will some1 country brother fill
All in the aillrmative say "Aye.
egative, "No." No! no ! no!!
It is a J udge. Salary, $15,000. I'oor
an. lie's quite overworked. Sat on
s bench thirty days last year. Isn't
sad? How unmercifully the public
work their paid servants. Get him
t'? Of course. And double his salary.
At him on Ice, poor man, l.et himw
All in the aflirmative say "Aye."
Aye ! aye! aye !
It is a salesman or women in a New
ork dry goods store. They work fit
en hours a day. Give them a rest?
mud them to Euro pe, to the Adiron
Leks, to the White Mountains.
No. Can't think of it. Business is
isiness. Sympathy depends oi the
nount of salary the man gets. Look
the poor $15.000 overworked judge.
or uan I low he suflers this hot
eather. Put him on ice. Put the
ergyman on ice. The laborer is
ortlhy of his hire.
All in favor of the fifteen-hour worked
ore clerk g-oing for a ten weeks' vaca
in to the Adirondacks to ish with the
ev. Mr. Murray say "Aye."
Contrary minded ?
No no!I no 1!!!
"My folks are going to the country to
: gone all summer I" enthusiastically
:claimedi a little girl, recently, as she
et another on Cass avenue. "Your pa
ust be awl ul rich," replied the second.
3h, no, he isn't; but if you'll never
11 anybody-" "I never will-hope
die if I do." "Well, then, pa was
ling ma that. we'd all go out to Uncle
hlhn's. Ma, she'll work for her board,
h will work in the saw miill, I'll pick
rries anid ride the horse to plow corn,
rother Tom will go round with a
htning-rod mhan, and while you folks
e in the awful heat, we'll be putting
airs and fixing over old clothes for
11. Don't tell, now, for ma Is saying
everybody that she must have the
ire couintry air to restore her -hat
"Youn Honor, the defendant was
aking a great deal of noise, and was
vearing at mhle." "Di. lhe speak Et,g
di ?" asked the defendant's counsel.
\'o, sir; he spoke Italian." "Then
)w did you know he was swearing
you ?" ''W ly, I could tell it by the
rinkles in his face," answered the
"How was the world made?" is being
seussed inl a scientillo magazine. We
eren't there, but we suppose they
>t all the subscriptions they could
ise along the survey, and then
aided the rest of the work and pushed
''I WON ni-:, uncle,'' said a little girl,
if mn will ever yet live to be flive
tudred r one thousand years old ?"
No, my child,'' responded the old
an, "that was tried once, and the race
ow so had that the world had to be
A MECDDLE8OME~ old wvoman wvas sneer
g at a young mother's awkwardness
ith 11er inifanit, and said : "'I declare,
woman never ought to have a baby
iless she knows how to hold( it.'' "Nor
tongue eIther," quietly responded the
A IanIJn-r little iss ill Napat, Cal .,
ated for her quaint sayings, saidi to her
othier the other day: "31amlma,whlen
m went to heaven to get mei, did youl
ok ont tile p)rettiest baby on God's
por ?'' Of course mamma said yes.
"Mv son,'' said an American father,
ho0w could( you miarry an1 Irish girl?"
Why, fathier," said the son, "'[im not
ile to keep two women-if I'd marry
Yankee girl I'd have to hiire aln Irish
irl to take care of her."
A trrTrLE gIrl at school read thuis
The widow lived on a limibacy left her
y a relative." "'What did you call
at wod? asked the teacher: "the
ord is legacy, not limbacy." "But,"
lid tile little girl, "my sister says I
must say limb, not leg."
A G ENTLEMAN was threatening to beat
(log whlich barked intolerably.
Whly," exclaimled all Irisihmali,
would you bate the poor dumb animal
>r spakin' out ?"
"Tunow him a rope," is the proper
ultig to say when you see a friend of
ours oyerbored. The effect is mnagi
FouxN-a few of the tears dropped by
iF you are going to raise shad, planlt
lemf In roes..
A Mystery Exp,laIned.
Parlor scene : Mrs. Browvn, who has
>ent the summner among tile White
Louniitain sini search of health, and who
somes to hlave searched the whole
iountain side without being able to
lnd a p)air of blooming cheeks or an
ich or healthful skin -Mrs. White,
rhio has remained at home because
er husband could not albrd to go,
uIt wvhose fresh complexion and bright
yes seem to have caugiht their bloom
uid brig htness from mountain breezes.
Mrs. B.-Dear me, Mrs. White, how
roll you are looking I If you wilnot
link me impertinent, let me ask you
ow you can keep so healthy in this
readifuil city?i I have been to the
Vhite Mountains, go there every sum
ier, in fact, and I can't keep off the
oct)r's list at that.
Mrs. W. (smiling).-l'fl tell you tile
rhole secret, Mrs. Brown'. You re
iember how poorly I was last spring,
omel (days even being confined to ipy
ed. Dr. .-told Mr. White to send
ie to the mountains, but I ;knetr lie
oiildn't afford it, and I tried1 Dr.
'lorce's Favorite Prescription. Its
fi'eets were so marvelous-that I also
riedi his Golden Medical Discovery, to
leanse my system. In my opinlon,
no bottle of tihe Prescription and the
)iscovery is better than six weeks'of'
he White Mountains for a sick woman.
have only been out of the city a week
luring the whole summner;- then my
usband and 1 went to B'ulffalo anx
topped at Dr. Pierce's lovalidmi' and
'ourists' Hotel. The baths and n110
hanical apparat,us for erating patients
rere alone worth - ngto see. Be
ides, our accommocatone were better
han we had at Long Branch last year,
nd the drives and scenery are superb.
iet me advise you to use Dr. Pierce's
'avorite Prescription. and try the In
alids' and Tourists' Hlotel next Aurh.
ner instad of the White Mo,itains.
Those Useful Conduits,
the kidneys and bladder, sometimes becomi
torpid and weak from unascertainable causes
When this occurs, their discharging functioi
is of necessity very imperfeotly performod
and certain debris, which is the result o
natural bodily waste and docay, does not es
cape as it should. but romains to corrupt tb
blood and develop poisonous humors ant
dangorous as well as painful diseases. It il
one of the benoflont effects of Ilostetter'i
Stomach Bitters to gently stimulate the uri
nary organs, and prevent them from lapsinj
into a state of inaottvlty, always provocativi
of their inflammatory degeneration and decay
How much better, then, is it to r'lopt tbi
mild diuretic as a means of inciting them t,
action, than to incur the danger of this do
struction. To expel from the system wasti
matter through the bowels and kidneys, anm
to regulate and arouse the stomach and liver
are among the chief uses of this valuab<
IF TuoUnr.D with Constipation, takelooj
and's German BiWers.
IF You Would Enjoy Good Health Tak
Hoefland's German Blers.
IF Youa Liver is Disordered Hooftand'a Get
man Bitters will set it aright.
WORMS. WORMS. WORMS
E. F. Kunkol's Worm Syrup never fails t
destroy Pin, Seat and Stomach Worms. Di
Kunkel, the only successful physician who re
moves Tape Worm in two hours, alive wit]
head, and no foe until removed. Commoi
sense teaches if Tape Worms can be removed al
other worms can be readily destroyed. Advio
at office and store free. The doctor can to]
whether or not tWe patient has worms. . Thou
sands arc dying, daily, with worms, and do no
know it. Fits, spasms, cramps, choking an
suffocation, sallow complexion, circles arouni
the eyes, swelling and pain in the stomach
restless at night, grinding of the teeth, piokin
at the nose, cough, fever, itching at the seat
headache, foul breath, the patient grows pal
and thin, tickling and irritation in the anus
all these symptoms, and more, come fror
worms. E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup neve
fails to remove them. Prico, $1 00 per bottle
or six bottles for $5 00. (For Tapeo Worm
write and consult t,he Doctor.) For al ethers
buy of your druggist the Worm Syrup, and I
he has it not, send to Dr. E. F. Kunkel, 25
N. Ninth, street. Philadelphia, Pa. Advice b;
mail, free; send three-cout stamp.
Dyspepsia I Dyspepsia I Dyspepsul
E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron, a sur
cure for this disease. It has boon presoribei
daily for many years in the practice of cieinon
physicians with unparalleled success. Symp
toms are loss of appetite, wind, and rising o
food, dryness in mouth, headache, dizziness
sleeplessness, and low spirits. Get the genuine
Not sold in bulk, only in $1.00 bottles, or si:
bottles fcr $5.00. Ask your druggist for E. F
K UNKEL'S Bitter Wine of Iron and take ni
other. if he L..s it not, send to proprietor
E. F. KUNKEL, 259 N. Ninth St., Philadel
phia. Pa. Advice free ; enclose throe-con
IF You are Dyspeptic Hoofrnd's Germa,
Bitters will cure you.
Hteekell's Teller Ointment Will cure ever
form of Tetter.
Fon Pnz.as on the Face, use Hleskell's Te
er Ointment. It never fails to remove them.
Those answering an Advertisement wil
confer a favor upon the Advertiser and th
Publisher by stating that they saw the acive
tlsement in this Jorrnal (ntamina the papa
Oakland Female Institute,
IVItE TERIT WILLE (:OA311$NOUR SEI'TEM
l'hR 9, 18'7. For circular, address
J. GRIER RALSTON, Principal.
3 TII YEAR OF
TIIIEEMOUNT SEMINARY Norristown, Pa
Patroilsed by people doealtng their suns thorougbl
prepared for esollege or business.
ner (lrm.n.".s .ddr1.es
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FOR SINGING3 SCHOOLS.
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The First hlundred Pages
Includo the SINGI NO 8UlhOOL COURISE, In whic
area i 0aa y fin hrmhonuz-d songs or gloos i
The Secondl HIundred Pages
ae fil, wrt , bestrN of ena Tunes, Sentenoc
The Third hlundred Pares
contain a capital set of ANTUHIda1.
Specimen copies mailed post-free fer .1.00.
EMERSON'S VOCA L MET HOD, (jnqt out) ha
apnovel enrra i one son a Ies uandi other in
exain. r e snsbl a.6s0..Pln
Oliver Ditson & Co, Boston.
,J. E. DITsM * t!O..
922 Cihestnust St., PhtIa.
The Old Reliable
For Wells 10 tO 70 Feet Deep.
New Price iJst, Jau.1,18'79.
440 HARREIT Mtreet. Philada.
A RARE (11AN0E FOR AGENTS.
THE COMPLETE HOME
By Mrs. JULIA MCNAIR WRIGHT.
Tetmr sone upon which the author brini
nd travel, b$t i re are , obsorvai
The full-paged colored plates, ilu a gAnce
anood tsen me wrk teating this subJectin deta
has heretofere been offered, and hence A gents vi
have aole'r fla.hLCompetentr crItics pronoune
oerrfull desritaca, and oe ns asdress hbs Pal
lihhers, J.O. MOlJ Y & O.
9 S. Svayvn t., PhIladlha Pa.
(A Medicine, not a.Drink.)
UOPS, .BUCUU, MANDRAKI,
mn Pone A51a Bast MumrarxjQaua
or &A. ora Batrans.
Disase. of theS8tomaeb, Bowel,;lood, ,tves
dueein, and Urinary Organs, Norvoeanes,S.ae
and espeislly Female Oolplaate,
*1000 IN GOLD.
ltbe paid for a eee therflanot ure or http,
.anything Impure er Injurious found Ia qasni.
Ask your druggst for Hop Bitters ta'd ti h
ore yeu sleep. Take no othew,
Cowa Ova iggeggtM afest a beef
* ewi aabsolute an i
esiuns of opium,
Send for oircuer
) . PETT ENGfl .. Advertli
nts, 8T Y'iork,'ann
t~dJl~ Street, hiladep t v000tve advi
tiseents f or Rltoationanyarof1
world at loweSaeg..~i t~pr ft
ADVIOB as to the mee6 ju0ioos adven fsl
an&hooe mtlurs andh annerf del
ot%rSTMTPfo ntri oeIisfl
When Trade is Dull, Judicious
Advertising Sharpens It.
HOW TO ADV,ERTISE.
*- teo PETTENIILI
WHEN TO ADVERTISE.
r' 8 -o 'ETTENUILIl
WHERE TO ADVERTISE.
W" Soe 'ETTENUtILL
W HOM TO ADERTISIE THRl1Oll0Hl.
It" Bee PETTENUILL
GO TO 37 PARK RO W, NEW YORK, al
*' SeeI: PETTENEILI
DR. M. W. CASE'i
Is Tonia, Cordial, Anti-Biliots.
URES LlvxaOMPLANUT,13IAov Ess,IIAMI
~YI~AWlS, 810K 11IiADAQILt1( LOI
VEit AND AGU, IALPITATION, U60OV .
d allD3oayaa of tho l3tornncI, Liver, a I
lood.t builds ii1o syste m"is pleasant to tokc
Bod, ot e givo din, nor leave the System c)Oi
HOW TO BE o?' gour Ivoi actvi
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1 ntapatent ineicinu
OA feriom pi raort pecripton, used I hi owy
t etensivo practice for ovecr 21' ycars. Superior tc
ikown remodies. ira success s s/l wondera
AND . AQE T AN D
tIVILN TItAOIi 1P1Y I 1i 'EM1t I''r
otffered old for Cireltlar and Ternms to Agents
HOME MEDICINE CO., ?iladelphia.
r ,by all Druggists. Gonoral itoros, and( A'lta
'rie, c. Lagt'Botiles Aa/ pin, 'i.1
SENI) FOR A SAMPLE OF
At 40 Cents per lb.,
Thompson Black's Sou & Co.,
No. 1613 CHESTNUT St., Philadelphia, Pa,
Choice Family Groceriel
Of Every Uescrlitin.
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List and Instruction, for
FINE self-Mlea,urement, to
SHOES l. . ATT tT
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e~ with theo ordor. will Insert, in 16
a $10CUAsI,I c Emer
$10 ASH viRalgoflCwHj)lli)Or an advertise
otoccupying ono tllch s )V"c, one time
so ines two Oiwos; or three lines fot
$20 CASII, n a ill nr'.n
ti. enent of one inch space, One titne; oisi
" lines two timles; or tirco lines (our time
8. N, PETTENGILL & 00.,
37 Park Row, New Yorlk
Or, 701 Chestnut St. PLlla.
AdvertieIain don "in all newspapers I
JM. ed States and Cannons at the lowest rate
OTblMlV Nffb U7 SED he Ei
Oupete ceplebrated Single Breech-loadlg 8h
to l.le n d Brecol oading uns, dRneri
makes. AH kinds ofaporting implements and art
sguns yet made for the.,rio.. Pricese
JOS. C, GRUBB & CO.,
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The Best Land in the Wes
--WE hAVE FOR SALE
low ios a nd asy arn. ailroads, Soho
tion. Bend fo Maps onUlrcularu wichagvef
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~OR PT1 OrXOHANGaE FOR OITY PR
located and produetive ia,unde r a high state
every conyeniea portrs lodge, farm heo e, U
brv aral ab .icali green houses,A, wi
~a ajoang luney Static on theroPil adelp
783 WVALNUT Street, Philadelphia.
3 ETABLI5HED 1848.
n'MORGAN & HEADLY,
Imnpoarts nf Diamond'
tIlustrated Pride List gent t# te trad
hte n Aeric-1 in ue-Piano
FARM M 34-1"&6.&
m tee 1gi e orifie 6 or r
otrou r1 e n le is dvrar
bul! auitha thm, endfritstr'Pa
T rce-de elGmnaj ionin -O c in th9 w9ran 1rover
Ro3t TEL r,48 Vesey st. N.Y. P. . Deo 287.
A0VE I.NSte aes'ts
from the Houoraile TliorlW Wee,
LNDORSING DR. RADWAY'S R. R, REMEDIEI
APraR USING THEM ?OU SE 0 ' e
Niw YOUK, Jan. 4, 18l.
* DsAn n-~aving for several years used yout
medicines, doubtingl at first but after expert.
enatng their eflcacy, with fu confidence, it i
no le8 a pleasure than a duty to thankfully
acknowledge the advantage we have derived
from them. The ullle are resorted to as often
as occasion requires, and always with the do.
Sired effect. The Ready Relief oannot be bet.
ter described than it is by its name. We ap
she liniment frequently and freely, alnost
iarlably finding the promised "Rlief."
Truly yours, (signed)
Di ADWAT. UIIRULOW WEED.
R. *R. R.
tAD WAY'S READY RELIEF
OUPE TUE WORST PAINS
In from One to 20 Xinutei.
NOT ONZ IaoUR
after reading this advertiseminlt need any one
SUFFER WITH PA'iN.
Radwa:s Ready Relief isa 'ure fey
EVERY PAIN. It was the first and is
The Only Pain Remedy
that instantly stops the most excruciating
ans, alias nflammations and cures Conges.
ions, whher of the Lungs, Stomach, BoN els,
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, infirm, Crippled,
Ner ous, Neuralgio, or prostrated with disease
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTA NT BASE.
INFLAMMATION OF THE B IDNET-1
INFLAMMATION Or THE BLADDEit,
INFLAMMATION ON THE IOJWEL U
CONONsrioJN op ,11 LUNGS$,
601tE TIROAT DIFAIUL'I B1EATHIlNG -
I1A1IITATIOsI CF TUE HMART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP. DAPHTURAUIA
CATA (IRH, 1NII'LUBNZA.
COLD ILL$bIILBLANS andFROBT-BTIrS.
The applitation of the R4ady Relief to the
pator parts where the pain er difilculty exists
will afford ease and comfort.
Thirty to sixty drops in halt a tumblpr of
water win in a few memonts cure Cramps,9
Spasm, tveur 13tomach, Heartburn, Sick Head.
ache, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Colio, Wind i the
Bowels. and all Internal Pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of
Radway's Ready Relief with them. A fe.w
drops In Water will prevent sickness or pains
from change of water. It Is better'than Fronh
Brandy or Bitters as a stimulant.
* - FEVER and AGIUE.
Fever and Ague cured for Fifty I'ents. There
Is not a remedial agent In the world that will
cure Fever and Ague, and all ether Malarious,
Bllto,ts, Scarlet, Typhoid Yellow and ether
Feve%a (aided by Raiways Pilis so quick as
BADWAY'S READY RELIEF.50 0 % a bottle.
( fUE GREAT BLOOD URIFIER,
s OR THE CURE OF OHRONIC DISEASE,
SOROFULA OR SYPHILITIC, HEREDITARY O
De it seated In the Lungs or Stomach, Skin or
Bones Flesh or Nerves. corruptlnc the
a solids and vitiating the fluids.
C Chronto Rheumatism, Scrofula, Glandular
- wellin ackin Dry Cou h Cancerous AfIec
tions yphilitic Cmpilain Bleeding of the
Lungi,Dlepsla Water Brah, Tic Doloraux,
Whit Swalings tumors Ulcers, kin and ip
Diseases, Female ComplAints, Gou ., Dropsy
Yalt Rhoum, BronchitIs Consumption.
Liver Complaint, &c.
Not only does the Barsaparilllan Rtesolvent
excel all remedial agents in the cure of Chronic,
Sc8rofulous, Constitutional and Skin Diseases,
- but it is the only positive cure for
Kidney & Bladder Complaints,
Urinary and Womb Diseases, Gravel, Diabetes,
Urine, hrights Disease,A,wat,inuuia andIn all
oases where there are brick dust deposlts,or the
water is thick, cloudy, mixed with substances
like the white of an e g, or threads like whit4
silk, or there is a morbl dark, billousi appear
ance and white bone-dust deposits,'and~ when
a' passing water an pain in tUe email of the ba
Cand along the loins.
Sold by druggist., PRICE ONE DOLLAR.
01 TEN YEARS' GROWTH CURED BY DR
Dr. RADWAY & 00,,82 Warren Street,
DR~ RAD WAY'S
: Regulating Pills,
ilPerfectly tasteless, egantly coated with swept
- srer ten Radway's olir t'ocure of all
-disordr of the Stomach, Liver, Dowels Kid
n.eno Bladder Nervous Diseases, Headache,
a. Biiosnes Fever 'nlmation of the
fr Bowels, Piles, ad all derangemnezts of the in
h ternal.viscera, Warranted to effet a positive
ey, mineral or deletrious drugs.ng no moe
in la rom disoders of th Dgestivo Orgas
Iv (0onatipation. Inward Pie, Fullness of the
Blood In the BHead, oeft of the Stom
Nuusea Heartburn, Digs of Fod ulnec
or Weig'h in the Stoma, Sour Bructions, Sink
lags or Fluttering inth Pit Of the Stomac
Swiming of th Head, Hurried and Difilculi
Breat,bing Fluttering at the Hear. Choking or
Bumolatin enations when in aligpsue
Dots or efore the Bight, Fvrad DuU
Pn in Head.Deficiency orpiration, Y1..
Libs and sudden Fiune of Beal. Burning Ia
A few doses of RADWAY'8 BILLS will tree
the system froms all of the above named disord.
mrs. Prce6 cents per box.. S01IabDruggitt
Read "False and True,"
Se8ondri a lee st t orADWAY A 00.. Ne
IormatloR worth thousands will besent you,
BW" We will fassl *u. applieations,
estiaian,tes for Advertissi in , he best
and laragest eirtsuated Newspapers t a
the Unitect etates and Canadas. Out
faeilities are tausurplassed. We sake
esur Otntooters' intea'ests out owsn, and
a- study to piese. and sake their Ad.
ce wettiming profitable to the.., as taous.
sainds who hnave tried us ennt testitry.
Unill or addrdss,
S. N. FA'RtINatL a co,,
57 PARK ROW, New York,
701 CHESTNUT Street, PililadelphIa..
3,000,000 AOR ES
1ts,t In the Watse66s
RI$ RIVER VALLY Op'THO NORTH.
Os ioal tinie low pioed Adl eks diarmea
Puphiet with i Ieiinfo n iaiedfu-e,A tt