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The Nerves as a Source of Trial.
Instead of being a vehicle for agreeablo son,
eations some people's norves are a most die
tress!n endownent. Such sufferers, it will
usually be found. are dyspeptic, lack vitality
and flesh. What they nomd is more vigQr.
There is a means of obaining It, if they iill
but avail themseolves of that meats. It is
Hostetter's Bitters. a tonic which experienco
has shown to be of the utmost service to tho
debilitated. nervous and dyspeptic. Digestion
restored upon a permanent basis by the lilt
tore, ministors as it should to the wants of the
system, and its integral parts, of which the
neives are one of tho most important, are
proporly nourished anid invigorated. The vari
ous functions are thus more actively dia
charged. at i obstacles to a rel urn to health
removed by increasing vitality. Inttoad of
nervo.uv prosiration, itnw etrongth and vitalty
will be infused into the whole motive
CATS As FAIM Sroci.-Tlie "harm
less, unnecessary cat" si not so well
treated as it deserves. One rarely cont
siders that a well-kept cat may be'iere
profitable titan a cow. It oie rat. per
day is destroyed, the services of the Cat
ainy be estimated us at least equal to $100
per year. Let us ,ry to calculate the
enormous damage done by 30 rats in
one year, to say nothing of the ravages
of the numerous progeny of the vermin.
One rat per day is a moderate amlount
of bueliness for anl active cat. Recently
the writer counted Ilve rats captured in
a stable by one cat it Otte day, and pos
sibly others were not seen. The cat be
Ing well fed, hunted for amusement,
and did not eat the prey. This is the
principal poiuit in tie management of a
cat. It should be well and regularly
fed, for rat-. are unwholesoine food.
They are intested witht larvia of taitp
worms, and eats are frequently tor
inented with the inature parasites in
consequetice or diseased rats. When
kept free from hunger a cat will watch
more patlently, and will only occasion
ally devour a rat or a mouse. The most
successful food for a cat is a mixed ani
mnal and vegetable diet. Al Ilk and bread,
a few potatoes with meat gravy, or a
little fat and a sprinkling of salt, with
an occasional scrap ot' meat, are exol
lent food, and will keel) the aninmal in
CLOVNFRING MANUITU.-It is remarka
ble that more attention Is not given to
the subject of covering manure from
the weather, and espoclally from too
much rain. Those who have given the
matter partieular attent ion have found
that manure so protected Is worth doulb
le that which Is left out i' the open air.
Two loads for ot. is a profit few far
iers can aflord to lose. There is no
question so vitally concerns the farmor
as this one of manur'e. Much that ho
does has reference to It. Straw Is not,
to be fed through the winter for the ex
press purpose of manurie making. Ar
ticles which sarcely pay to send to
tuarket are nevertheless takon to the
city in order that nianure may be
brought back as a return load ; and yet
the whole of the manture made remauins
all the season exposet] to the suin, wind
and rain until it Is (iminished one-hatif
In value. The trteble Is probably that
few really believe that exposed man
ures undergo this loss. But the matter
hts beeni too thoroughly tested to ad
1iit of a doubt. We know Ilrst-class
farmers who did not themselves be
lieve it until by actual experiment tiey
ound out Its truth. In arranging
farmn buildings It will pay well to look
as uitich to the i'preservation of the nai
are as to the hay or grain, and those
who have their buildiigs already filn
1slaed without these ilanrial arratige
mments will liid that twenty-Ilve or lifty
diollar's spent, on boamrds for at coveredl
shed will rank among thle best I nvest
muents ever made(14.
(CzzAtteoA~ L Fun SiCK AN1iM.U.S.- -Neari
y3 all slek amnials becoine so byi)m hpro
ter' feedilng in t-he first place. Nimo
calses out oli' tunm tihe digestioni Is wr'iong.
(lCarcoal is thle mtost edleLenit antii l api
corrcctive. it will cuire a mnajoity ot'
cases if pr'opet'ly ad'nilnistered. An
examnple of' itii uses. Th'le lured tm an
of the fInest cows was ver'y sIck, andaeInviltelmelgic tt oa
kind neighbor proposed the usual
dr'ugs and piolsons, TIheo owner being
itl and unable to examine the cow, con
eluded that the trouble caine fronm
over-eating, and ordered a teaspoonful
o1 pulverized charcoal to be given in
water'. It waisiumixed, placed in a Junk
bottle, the head turned iipwar'd, and
the water turnted doewiward, In ilve
minutes implrovemeint was visible, and
ini a few hours the. animnal was in the
pasturile qiuietly grazing. Another ini
stance of equal success occurred with a
younmg holter which had beeonme badly
bloated by eating green) ap~ples after a
hard wind. The bloat was so severe
that the sides were as hard as a barrel.
The old1 remedy, saler'atus, was tried
* for cormeeting the acidity. But the at
tempt to put it downt always raised
coughing, and it did little goodl. Half
a toneupful of fresh powdered charcoal
was given. In six hours all applear
ance of the bloat had gone, and thme hel
for was well.
A small percentage of silver and cop
per is added to gold for heating, say
about 1%j per cent. of alloy,
VEGcrIE.-For eradicatIng all im,
puiisof the bloo:l from the system
ft has no equal. It has never failedi
to effect a ouro, giving tone and
strength to the systom debilitated by
A WOnLD 01F G0oD.-One of thme
most popular medioins now before
the American public, is Hop Bitters.
You see it every where. People take it
- with good effeot. It builds them up.
It is not as pleasant to the taste as some
other Bitters as It is not a whiskey
drink. It is more like tihn old-fashion.
.d bone set tea that has done a world
- of good. If' you don't feel just right
try Hlop Bitters.--Nuaida Neos.
A flint to Worklngmnen,
The honest workingmen of the coun
try, many of whom have large and in
creasing families to support. have been
the ohief sufferers from the great fi
nanoial pressure under which we have
labored for the last few years. Dimiln
ished wages have not been attended by
a corresponding diminuation in pricof
every tning whieh the workingman
.needs,. Rents, fuel, food, and clothing,
are cheaper, but these do not constituto
all his necessities. It is sometimes no
cessary for him to employ a lawyer or a
physician, yet the fee rates of physi
cians and lawyers are as high asthey
were is "flush" times. 'Yet cheap
medicines are as neoeis~ry as cheap
rents or fuel. Cheap taudicines are not
neccessarily poor medicines. It must
be obvious to every intelligent person
that mnedicines, compounded and put
up at wholesale, can nosol4 at much
iw rates than when retailed from
iM ddtor'; pill bags, Dr. Pierce's
ogldz Medical Discovery and Pleasant
Purgatite Pellets have completely re
stored persons who4mad spent hundreds
of dollafs in vainly seeking relief from
prtivate ptaOtItionere, and all at a very
WEARING FLANNEL.-Put it on at
once. Winter or summer, nothing
better can be worn next the skin
than a looso, red woolen flannel shirt;
"loose," for it has room to move on
the skin, thus causing a titillation
which draws the blood to the surface
and keeps it there; and, when that Is
the case, noone can take a cold; "red,"'
for white flannel fulls up, mats togeth"
or and becomes tight, stiff, heavy and
Impervious; "woolen," the product of
a sheep and not of a gentleman of color,
iot of cotton wool, because that merely
absorbs the moisture from the surface
while woolen flannel conveys it from
the skin and deposits It in drops upon
the outside of the shirt, Irom which
the ordinary cotton shirt absorbs It,
and, by its nearer exterior air, it Is
soon dried without injury to the body.
Hlaving these properties, red woolen
Ilannel la worn by sailors eVen in the
imildstmi er of the hottest countries.
Weai ai thil 1e11r material in summer.
OATMEIAr..-Oatmeal, Indian meal
and hominy all require two things to
make them perfect; that Is plenty of
water when first pilt oil to boil, and a
long time to boil. Have about two
quarts of boiling water in a stewpan,
and lIto it stir 0310 cup of oatlieal,
which yol have already wet with cold
water; boil this an hour, stirring often,
then add half a spoonful of salt, aind
boll an hour longer. If it should get
too stiff, add more bolling waiter? or' if
too thin boil a little longer ; you enn
not boil it too much.
BLIsTERs.-if YOU wish a blister to
heal quickly, be careful not to remove
the skin. 03 infants this should be ob
served. The first dressing should be
lily or cabbage leaves coddled in boil
ing water. Then a salve made thus:
o0ne part wax, one part lard, one part
turpentine from the pine-tree; melt.
and strain. Rion i. sometimes used
instead of turpentiln. This makes
basilicon. If the part blistered be In a
situation apt to be rubbed, cover with
eotton bats, as' In tile case of a burn,
especially if the patient be an infant.
ArI.Es may be kept in pits, as pota
toes are. Put them onl thogrounrid, not
in a hole but on tihe surface, and pile
then in a conicll heap; cover with
sheaves of straw gathered toguther at
the top and tied thore. Tihe straw
be a foot thick. Then cover the straw
with earth dug around the heip, leav
ing the extreme point of the straw un
eovered for ventilation. The pit should
be made in a high and dry place.
REcIPE FOR HAnD SOAP.-Take lX
gallons of soft water, 3 poids of sai
soda, 1 pound of unslaked lime; add
the three together and let them come
to a boil ; take it from the fire and let
It stand till it settles cleair then (rain
oil' the liquid from the lime, amnd
add three pouids of clean grease to
the li(jld -, mt' It back on thie stove
and let it boll to the proper thickness,
say litteen Illillutus. One ounce of es
sence may be added If desirod.
SPRAINS AN1) Bnlis.-Parsnip tops
beaten i to a pup and wetted with vine
gar are a good appliention ; also bran
or clay, or brown paper, made wet with
vinegar. But for sprains or tbruises the
best direct on that can be given is to
wria1) the part with 3a soft cloth In manly
folds, an11d kee) it constantly wet with
waiter as warwa as the patient can bear
It. This treat.ment should be kept up
for al houtr or two at a t1ime.
'oT ATi( CAttuEs.-Take potatoes
mallsh ed onies are be(st, but boiled ones
can be mlaihedl-limmiediately aftter din-.
iier before getting too cold ; add alboult
san equal ami~ounit of flour andu~ a siimall
piece of butter or' lard ; rub thlorouigh
13y together, r'oll out and cut 3as for' bus
cult-not too thick aml bake in a rathier
quick oven. When done to a lIght
brow I) cumt open, buttecr and1( (eat warm.I
Theiy arc del icious5.
Mi EAT.~ LoAF.--Chop fine, whiatevor
coldl meat yon m11ay hlave, fat 1and( lean
together; ad pepper andi salt, one
filnOly chioppedl onioin, two slices of
bread whc hdlmIave been soaked in anilk
and oime egg. Mix w~ell togethler and
bake in a1 forum. Th'lis miakes ian adimir
able tenl 0or breakfast (dish,
llow -ro WAsn WINDows.--hlave a
p~aiil partly filled ilth clean tepId wva
telr ; throw ini a teaspoonful of powdeir
ed borax ; have onie small chamois dip
pedi into the borax water, to wash tile
windows: then with a dry chamois
rub the window dry, and( ploliShi. In
tils way winldows may13 be cleanied in a
ver'y few moments and nlot wet tile car
pets or' tird the personl.
Tlo cunz IInA DACiIn.-Simnple remne
(lies are frequently t~le best for hlead
ache. A cupI of 1011r nmilk spread upon03
a thlin cloth and applied to the head
will many times give relief.. Or, a
mutstarid plaster oil the back of thle neck
will often ease thme pain.
CUST AR D FOn CAK Bs.-One pint miilk,
four eggs, two cups sugar, and half
cup of flour, ; boil the milk, and while
it ia boiling add sugar, eggs and flour,
and flavor it wIth lemon.
RAw CuSTann.-For diseases of the
stomach when very delicate food is re
qiulred, this~ cuistar'd Is excellent. Beat
up an egg with sugar to taste; add a
cup of milk and wvhatever flavor liked.
'ro prosorve clder' sweet and make ih
sparkling, bottle it in wIne bottles,
add a teaspoonf(ul ot whIte sugar to
each bottle, cork tightly andi tie dowvn
tihe cork firmly.
HE is a tool. We mean the man, wvho
lets his baby cry all night in the arms
of its mother, and does not sleep a
wink, when Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup will
quiet tihe baby by relieving 19s pain; a
bottle costin~g 0only 25 cents.
ThnoUsANna upon03 thloluands of bot-.
ties of Carboline, a dleodor'ized extraet
of petroleum, have been sold, and from
all over the land comes one universal
cry, "Carboline, as now improved and
perfected, is the best halir restorer
ever ustd. Sold by all druggist.,
No SAFRa RnEMsDy enn be had for
Coughs anid Cold or any trouble of the
throat, than " BDroon's Bronmeftai
Trocho.." Imitations are offered for
sale, many of whiceh are injburlous. Thes
genuline Bronchial TIroches are sold
only in boxes.
A LADY said to us8 the other (lay.
"Dobbinls' liectric Soap, (made by Cra
ght & Co., l'hiilad~elphia, P'a.,) has saved
my life, it haas so lessenied my labors
when I have been worn out." Tr it
at once. y
So PEVLNT nd so fatal has (cons mptio
o gratasceur of hum nrad yt in their
a e i em obs
A GHRAND 8c0MHat.-" haVo a 118ost
wonderful scheme for making money,"
said a man on a Jersey city ferry boat
the other evening to a person whor. he
had never met before.
"What Is it?"
"Why a new system of theology
something a little more lurid and on
tertaining than t lie old-fashtioned
"What is it to be called ?''
"I'll tell you my scheme. I intend
to start a seminary out in the country
somewhere to be called Lawson's Ath'
letic Seminary. I am going to have
the thing fixed so that a green hand at
preaching can be developed into a crack
"You can't make a preacher in that
"Yes, I can, if he is strong. and has
any taste for athletIc sports. Now, if
lie knows anything about the trap
"ihe what?'' gasped the hearer.
"'lThe trapeze. I inteid to have a
trapCze, horizontal bar and tumbler
pitchers; and h.ve nado arrangenezits
to have a good gymnasium erected. I
Imin also going to have lessons given at
tihe ppills' resideces-ten lessons for
$25 Just like boxing."
But who .wilI teach the Latil and
Greek, and can a pupil mastuer these
languages in the space of time you
"There ain't going to be any such
foolishness as that; it Is going to be a
sort of Delsarte sfl'air; you will be able
to tell by the manner the preacher
turns in the air when he says: My
idea is to have preaclihig by a reg
ular sta; company. To have one
man Open a sermon by swinging
around a bar, and have another take
him up at the end of tne paragraph by
turning a somersault, and have the
thing passed from one to the other
until a climax and wind-up is
"Do you intend to have a cornet?"
"Not at all, sir; not at all; I am go
ing to have base drums, and have the
domnonles led by a regular leader stand.
ing on a flour barrel, and the presenta
tion of bouquets is to be strictly prohtb
ited. It wi:1 pay big money. It will
supplant pedestrianism. Now, what
I want y.ou to do is to let me have a
quarter. I am Just raising a little
money to have a plan drawn; the
building is to be of granite, three sto
ries high I think I can have you made
a stockholder. Now, then if you will
kindly dish me out the quarter-''
"I haven'ta quarterl''
"Well, let me have fifty cents."
"I haven't got it."
"Perhaps I can have you made Pres
Ident of the institution.'
"I would't be President :of your
blaned old thing.'
"No, I know you wouldn't; you are
too depraved; you would rather be
President of a base ball club; you (Ion't
believe in the evolution of theology,
you don't, and you ain't lit to drive a
hack at Tildeni's funeral.''
Then lie went over and asked a man
to give him a light as lie pulled a stump
out of hits Pocket.
"I''s cool to-day," said a mother to
her litele son. "Yes, It's school live
days of the week," replied tile embry
IN China, men01 never go to a barber
shop to get shaved. The barber travels
around with his tools like a scissors
grinlder, hunting up oustomers, and
you sit down on a idoorstep or the curb
stones and the barber shaves and skinls
you at the saime time, for onie price,
whlich is rIdiculously low. Anl Amer
lean never gets shlavedi by a Chinese
barber the second time. lie would
ruthor be shavedt and talked to death
by an American barber thani be
skinned to deathl by a heathen Chinee.
T HlE worst case of se lfish ness on rec
ordi is that of a y'ouith wh'o comnplahined
because his mother puit a larger mnus
tard lalster 011 hIs younger brother
"WHAT's egg's this mfoning?''
"Eggs, of course," says the dlealer.
"'Well,'' says the culstolner, '*I'm glad
of it, for the last I bought of you wvere
ONE is an 01n10n boiled andi the othler
Is a bunion oiled. TIhere is the ans
wer. You cau fit a conundrum to it
at your leisuzre.
TI'ml maide ' with the new parasel ai
wvays regret thlat she can't keep it up ia
TIax first I-p of tile girl baby is her
f athecr,s; and she never gets over the
habit of sitting in nen's laps.
A CRYING baby is a bore to the whole
neighborhood' and the parents should be
fored~ to keep Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup
handy. Price 25 cents.
HluarnUGGEnD AGAIN.-! sa1w so much
-about tile merits of Hop hitters, andl
my wife whlo was always doctoring,
and never well, teased me so urgently
to get her 80111, 1 conclud~ed to be hum
bugged again; andI I am glad I did,
'for in less thtan two months' use of the
Bitters my wife wals cured andi she has
remained so for eighteen months since.
I like suchl humbnbgging--l. T., St.
Dr. J. D. Cook,
of Oookeville. Heard Oounty, Ga., writes-,
Messrs. IP. Neustaedter & Co.
Genltlemen, I am happy to hnform you that
Atnakesis, Dr. S. S8abee's rile remedy, met
WithI my approbation. I have tried It in1 three
different cases, and it has not tailed to relieve
them at enoe. The patient that had it for two
years says 116 thinks he ii well, and that he
always expect. to keep a box on hand for fear
it might come back again; anether case of
short duration used onl three applications and
says she is entirely welL It is the best thing
I have ever aeon for Piles. I will use it in my
practice 'when needod.
Yours obedientlyCO, .I
"Anakesla, " Dr. Silebee's External Pi'le Ite
medy, is sold by druggista every where. Price
*i D per box. Samp es mailed t-ee to all suf
ferers by P. Neustacter & 0o., sole manufao
turere, liox 8910 New'York.
Ii You Would Enjoy Good Health Take
IF Youn Liver is Disordere Hoefdand's Ger
man BlNe. wWl set it aright.
Ion PIomas On the Face, us BEskdh'. rT
e 0Ontment. It never fails to reasove Uheam
Pro iBone Pubhleo,
The man who never smoked the Lone yack
Olgarettes is like a world without a sun. Read.
era ponder ove r the condi-ion of that man.
Smoke the Lone Jack Cigarettes and you will
feel pleasure with all ankind, not exoepting
your mother-in-law. Try the Lone Jack Clgat
ettes if you 'want a clear head and sound stom
ach. Theysare madeof the best Tobsooo grown,
and freo from any deleterious adulteraiona.
We do net ask'you to take our word for the
praise~bestowed on the Lone Jack Olgarettes,
Iv TOenLUD withs Conaston, teke oqf
ad's Germen D~ier.
I, Yew ae Dyspepllo Ebojhente Uerman,
*#..r. Wiu onre you.
Htekell'e Teller Olnfnent Will oure every
form of Tetter.
Purifies the Blood, Renovates
and Invigorates the whole
ITS MDIioAT, rtorsrlis tAE
Alterative, TonIC, Solvent & Diuretto,
VOg0-111 Ain . H. I. STRVKas:
IDear Ar-I w.l ulost cheerfttly
add my testim ny to ti great
ir* ti uml or you liavj ailready re.
egetinc celved in favor of your grenL and
good mediclinq. VEoltTINE, for I do
not Ihink enough can be said in
In till ts , praise; for I was troubled er
V~CICthlity years with I hat. direadful
d1tgnse, tarrh. anil had such
bad cot Xpells that It would
Yeeil - see as tiugh: I nevr contri
eget1110broathe any more, and I'egelino
has cured me; and I dp reel to
thank God allhho tinte ti at there
fil III so good a tnotjiln.a as Yee-tino.
Vege n d nd also h t one of the best
nedicines for Coughs. and wedk.
sinking feolings at, itie stQhzach.
and advise everyb6dy to takejho
Ogefiie Vegetine, for I otut askure trien
it Is one of the best medicines
MiRS. L. GO1,
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VOgeille NTH ENI rIl & AF'PETITE.
My daughter has received great
benft from tlho U".0 oR egetue.
gtile erdelining healt was a source
of great anxiety toaiijler friends.
A fbiv bottles of Vefatie te*
Vge Line astored bor health, strength and
Vegeilleappetite. N. I. TILDFN,
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tratione., sew ty p toned parr. chice bindings,
and lW rie t ab work @s?O DT9A~
SE SALE. , b like it lasever
o dnl deor tton and extr term , ad res
a. (. 0IU Yr a Co., philft;G.1hin, N.
-' F o5E~oTCN
yr e.a o Dv9.n to a l
X Opyflg ]ILD
at o e at brgains
Pianos an. Organs rir du days' befvio
advane in pricdo l'tioPn. 8 p40 ogr4a*tp or
E6,vii el claes, -Ant on Prlid. (atalogive
LeI . 2l lyiic. )'t, prie. Dllar' wo.rt , )
lice aeti.w of l'00 plece s-u %,. Sp o. - tilinp
IIENULIIS9OHN PIANO Co,.,i 21 . 151110s, hi. It.
N Modi i'sL Copyiga ado.
A Cheap lipvo qnd peroot mtod r the in
ataToi reprohocte i, ore to iml c.li or ny wrlting
drawin. nc. lcotrlo Pun. lpyrgraph, God
comple ely ouldonc.
A veryone his own Printeg.
postal card v. mdc.; sote. mi Letter, w.0P
Legal,$3.26. b T~ialI. pustage prepald.
Ag- e wa~ex ED. If. NIXON,
b m8aldan Lane. Niw York.
Coru Eleventh & Chesi
HAS JUST 8TAI1TE
To the people of Philadelphia thoro Is no
gais II Black and Colored Silks, Black oodi,
Sold In Phldlia can always be found. $
SAN DLAHN' WOLyn ov have gt t
larg suk wo have ad seine o the Lowr$t Il.
been nado In th United Statkr .
Shonid It not be convenient to visit the ClkY. M
Black Goods, Dross Goods, or any otheor kind of1
Soc Blak Silks for 90o.
I W0 Black Si lks for $100.
$20 0 Blaek nilks for $1 25.
$1 l.W Colored oilks for 7,.
50 o olpred ailk for $100.
12 00 Lyons V ulvts for $600.
18 00 Black ilK Velvets for $ 00.
$1 T6 Black Watered Silks or $o 10.
7Me. Black Caskhaseres for 57o.
$100 Bao as'- lunerea for 00.
$15 0 Black eturlta' for $1 .
87%c. Wool Dres Goods for 24c.
70:. Wool Dro %a Goods for V6.
$1 We Wide Wool Sultigs for 60c.
If9. Kid Gloves for $5 .
$150O Kid U ome for 75c,
45c. WeT Woolen Flannels for ec.
$1c. Black Silk Molsaire for 8Te.
200. Ladles' id Children'.% Sto.king for 122O.
$1 25 Ladies' Corset;4 for 50c.
$1 00 Islaey Shawls for $82.
$ 00 Blankets fur $ , 50.
4. Oulored Stockings for B1.c
75. olaed Wool Casheincrs for c.
$900 Blm Cloth Coats for 6. 00.
45c. Red TwIlledl [Manuiel fir3se.
$1.00 Danasse Silks for 0IX#.
$1o. Bomtlatch d Jdkfr . 9 or 0 v.
1. Tany Dre Goods for Bc.
$1.0 Black lkne floth, 20.
0c. Headed Nt Scarfs. 10.
75c. Merino Underwear-, 60o.
44-Inch All-wool Colored Huintlus, 25o.
85c. Black Wool Cashmere, 34) 0.
$115 Black Bi Velvets, $1 10.
.SILKS, VELVETS, SATI1NS.
1c. Black Silks ror 600.
$1.20 B1aok $1Iks for 1$2.
$1.25 Black Silks for 90e.
T BIClr Bllks for c.
$1.80 loredk SIlks for $7.0.
$1.25 Blored BlIs for 901.28
$2.00 CBlarcd Silks for $.0.
t 2.80 Clore ilks f or $10.
7.1 BoClarcd Silks for $2.
$1.2 BClore SaIs for $.
$3.80 Cled Sis for $2.600.
io C lored bilk ls or $ 0.
$1.00 Clrck sIlkVls fr l 10o .
$1.9 7olorek 81k V s for c .
$2 00s CBlck Silk Vls for $60.
1.80 Clrck blks Vevtfr $1
Ii 8 Clock Sik Vls for S 7.
$3l C loSakVotns for 5.
4 100 Clrck StinVes for $ 00.
15 30 Black Slik Velvete for $i 00.
$T 80 Black Silk Velvels fort $5e0.
$10 0 Back Bilkn Velet fr $ 25,
$200 Black S Volvta for $ S.
$4 S0 Black oilk Vlvets for $ 0.
$30 lored Silk Vlves for $ 00
$80 Black Sipe Velvets for $3.
50 Blrod Sipe Velvs for $8.
$1 lack shns andloetataa$88.
~I2Black Ly--o s Voashtnor T14. wor 5
140 "lc "yn Ve0ve ; for 50.
"s Cooe "~l Ve0v-.wor h So .
"0 Blc Sti " Vevesfo.;r th 7 0.
"o "ooe "tie Ve 5c., orh $ .
B"o Al"wo C "hee 85c4. worth $1o15
" "' " 490.; Worth $1 9.
" " " $0 0; worth $8.
" Blk Wap Ho lotas8Sc.; wvorth $1 c
"i " 9c. wr th $1 00.
$1 0.; worthl 1 8
" " " $1o; worth $1 5.
" " " $1 10; worth $2 5.
" " ''$1 75; worth $2 50.
Beet mnakesi of Calicoes, 4c.
Detsm. styles patchwork Calicoes, 8S40.
Best 4-4 Chintzce, Cc.
There has never been a sale inade in Philad
extent and var evof stoolc or the lowness of p
Should any r.5aer des re to order a Cloak or
be eareful to sond the correct back end sleeve
Corner ELEVENTH and ORE'
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F2 -vO O.A..,
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Lon =ra .D oesdo
ANLD FOUR OT1IEB
int every bouqehoid wr good m~eesI peest
stamps. MenIton this paper and adudresa WieiEim
naerted in ANY OR ALL. of the 1
tory for ONE TIIE, or for
positions, whitch .are oar
8. M. PETTEI
at either of fl
Por Adlvertisers without obarge, fox
TION of Newaper. or foi
ANY Vfy, Town,
advertlsements In the Best Post
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2 *P A WRI U- a Im
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:nut Sts., Philada.' Pa,.
|M ONiF OF TiEIR
Sales of' Dry Goods.
0.1 to say that at thoso sales the Grea' est Bar
Drass (Jole and General Dry Goodi that aro
'WO HUNDRIED AN) FIFTY THOU.
be sod in tho net 60 dayo, and to sell this
I es for choice and good goods that have ever
'0 will Cheorfully send samples of 8ilks, Velvets,
food . that smnp'us can be cut from.
10s IlaInillon Poroales, 80.
to Bourette Sultings, Se.
Choicest Styles Wrapper Rops, 12%c.
Choice Danas.e ioplis. 1-23c.
All Volors Plain Caslua eres r1Ic.
Wool Plaid Dr as tioods, 12%c.
M.xed Camel's Hair. 12,'Xc.
COLORED DItESS GUQD8.
Plain Dasket Woven Dress Goods. ft worth 15c. I
Fancy Bouretto Stiltings. Be; good value, 15c.
Polk.t )l)i. French Uhitzes., 10c; have been 250.
Plain Uahuercs. all col', 12Xe; good value 180.
Tufted flouretto Sulthngs, l2%o' have been 2e.
Dark shadb winter Debelges, 1kc; reg. price, 25e.
Wide Dam.iss- .loplns all col, 12c; wol t 160.
D. wnidth Unshmnei (m. aft colors, 180; valuo, 25a
All-wool Multiligs, 20 ; regu ar price, 250.
Choice si yles ail-wool sfltin's, 2 W; Cheap at s7,
Choice French P,alds, 25c; sold elsewhere, 50c.
All-wool Pekin .Stripos, Shoodas and dattines, 850.
All-wool Empres-t Velours and Dama.sse, 8Mo.
A i-wool Cashlaneres, all colors. 4-.
All-wool Camol's Ilair, beo; have been S 1.
French Tat i an Plaius. 65',; elsewhee c, $ .
F eneh Diunasse, Te; cost to land, 140
Danas ie Cnshmneros, 807jTc; cheap at 60c.
Silk and Wo-l P1 ids, ire; cost $1 20.
Higi-colort-d Plahls, 75c' value, $1 2.
Velour Cords. $176; reg titrr price, $20 .
Uih-oliass Noveltic, $1 i; value. *4 25.
Our purchases In all fin - for Ign Dreis Fab
rles are uot made unt il the Importer is ready to
break prices and tLuko low olers, givlig UI
the chance to sell at less prices tian uoss
houses pay for the same goods.
COATS, CLO.\KS AND SHAWLS.
$1 50 all wool Beavers Shawls for $2 00:
$4 00 Waterloo and Middlesex Suaws for $3 00.
$0 So Blue and Green Long Shawls for $5..00.
$T to Middlesex Double Shawls for $0 00.
$0 00 Biue and Green S etch ahawl~s for $T 00.
$10 00 lilack Tlhlbtet Long Simawls for $4 So.
$12 to Black Thibet, Long Shawls for $5 50
$10 00 BIlack T'l'hit. Long Shawls, for $10 49
$4 00 Go iaamor Watcerproois, $2 5'.
$t Mietahisse Beaver Uloth Coal s for $4 CO.
$9 5i M atahasse Beaver Ci1i h Coats for $6.
$i2 50 Mataiasse Beaver Cloth Coats for $6 So.
$10 00 Mat.aiasso Heaver Cloth Conts for $0 50.
$21 00 DIagonal I o.avor Cloth Coats for $1265'. ]
$10 0.. Fur-lined D)m2 ,onal Cloth Uoats for $18 00.
$1 00 Plain Beaver c'lotn Uo t2 for $5.50.
$12 Ut' Plain Wool lleivar Ciotli Co.itt for $8 So.
$1800 Slk Velvet-trtm'd Beaver Coats for $10 50'
$26 00 ltIcully-trilnmled Beaver Coals ior $16 00.
Dieshtesxmany very haudsomnely-i rim mued Plain
and Fancy Cloith COatan and Dolmnans, all made
In our own buildIng. under ,1he supervlsion of
an experienoed artis
Large, good Wool ilank'ota, $.1 50 ; value $3 25.
Large, good Wool Blankets, $3 So ; value $4 So.
Large, good WVool illankots, $4 00; value $565'.
Extra good Wool lilankois, $5 00; va us SI 00.
lxtra go d Wool Uaankets, $7 00 ; value $9 So.
Extra good Wool Bihuksk-., $J So ; value $18 00.
Extra good Wool flaukets. $11 00; value $16 8 t.
TO-Inch llh Di B mask Table LInen Si; valua $1 So.
do-inchi Turkey Ried Table Linen, Aec; value 70ec
04-inch Turkey lRed Table Linen, 600; value 152.
TO-Inch Turkey Red Table Linen. 750; value *1.
M)SlIBRY AND 0 LOVJCS. UNDERtWE AltR
97b. Kid Gloves, Black and Colored, sot were 65.
5-b. KId Gloves Black and Oolored,'45c; were 10
4-b. Kid Gioves,hI3ack and ',olored,0 o;'wore $1 2.
4-b. Kid GlovesBiack and Clored,Tio; were $1 50.
2-b. Castor Gloves, S0c; good value, $1 25.
5 Elastic Fleeced L'ale Gloves, 250; value, 850.
Ladies', Misses' Fancy Hose, 1IXe; value250.
Ladies', Missos' Fancy IHbso, 25 ; value 450.
Ladies' M ri ,o Veets and P'ants, 500; value 150.
Ladles' Morino Vesis and Pants, 750; value $1.
Ladles' Moerro Vests and Pants 85c' value $i 25,
Ladies' Scarlet Underwear, $1 50; valuo $ 5.
Men's Scarlet Merino Underwear, $1 So; v.dluo $9.
Men's Morino Shirs s ad Drawers,arie; value T~o
Men's Mermno Shirts and Dr'e, 250; Value, $1 14.
Men's Mrino Shlrts and Dr's, $1; value, i1.50.
All m tkes of Bleached and Unbleachedl
Muslins sold as iow as tihe Agents's Pr Ices.
Black bilk Fr~nges under price. 'Janton
Fl cnnelU, both B~eached and Unbicached,
Lower thtan elsewhere.
3lDhia that will compare with this sale either ID
'ices for goold goods.
Joat, they can do so with perfect safety-only
IBINATION STORE, 4
ETNUJT 8ts., Philadelphia, Pa.
t M U SIC.
ES FOR 841 CENTS.
PI NiA M ZYIV -EEL 'i - - mhI)
V1JJLAGE A DEN. -. - - Conradi
BU OAR ,OME, - - Jmnn a
sold at 88 etc each. bat in ordor Ia Inodc th2
0 I. H Ehteel, B $osa. Ma r So
rewspapers named in their Direo
ONE YEAR4 In the best
Ofally watched, at the
B, on application to
iC)ILL & 00.,
sir ofiloos In -
inhertion In a 0CHOI0E SELEO
the BFAT Woewspapers in
younty or Seotlon,
Lens, at Very Reasonable Rates,
(GILL & 00.
HEALTH IS WEALTH.
N rt odf y is I881th of Mind,
Rawa's Salsapillai Rosolvent.
Pure blood makes sud flesh, strong bone and
N o ear skin. if you wo'uld have your flesh Grn,
yonr bones sound without arles, and your co'e.
LMoxon fair, use Iad way's8 arsaparillian
A GRATEFUL RECOGNITION.
" To cure a onRONIG or LONO WrANDING DIdEASH
is truly a victory in iho healing art; that reason.
Ing power that c y discerns DiFEor and sup.
lies a remedy; restores step by stup-b
egrees-the body which has been slowly at
acked an weakened by vn in'dilous utisease,
not only commands our respect but deserves'
mur gra il'udle. Dr. ItRadway has furnished man
kind wit that wonderful rmody, fladway's
Sarstparillian Resolvent, which wecom
pIlSies this resiult, and sufftr:ng humanity,
who drag out an existence i F pain and disease.
through long days and long nights, owe Mill
thoir gratitu lo."-.iNe .io? MeienyieSr.
FALSE AND TRUE.
We extract from Dr. Radway's "T entise on
lseaso and Its Cure," as toIlows:
it,1 of osease cured by
Radway's Sarsamrillian Resolvent.
Chronic Skin Diseases, Caries of the Bone
iluimors in the Blood, Scrofulous Disc sa. Bad
)r unnatural labit or flody, Syphilis and Veue
real, Fever Sores. Chronic or old Ulcers, Salt
1thoun, Rickets, White Swelitug, Seal , Head,
Utorino ATletions, Can'ers, Olant utar Swell
Ings, Nodes, Wasting said Dec.iy of the B dy.
Plimples and hilotoes Tunors, Dy.-op-la. K1d
2ey a id Btaddor Diseases, t 'Ironte 1tk uwatlam
tad 0out. Vnsumpt Ion, or ivel and Caicutous
Deposits, anti varieties of t he Above, complaints
e which Sometimo are given specious nimes.
We assert that there is no known remedy that
)ossesses the curative power over these dis
)ames 1 t IADWAY'd JIESOLVSNT fuisi'iiih5. It
mures, step by step surely. From the founda
tion, and restoros the injured partq to their
iound condition. Tbe wi sa imof the body
are stopped and healthy blood Is sup
plied to the roystem, from which now ma
erial L, formed. Tots Is thu fist, co rectivo
2)wor of 1IADWAY's RESOLVENT. In cases where
lie sybton has been taltvated and Mercury,
julok4ilver, Corrostive P9tbliiate have acoutinu
ated and become deposited in the hones, joints
'to.. causing caries of the bones, ricke:s. su1ina
urvatures, cont irtions. white siwol Ing , var
ose veins. Ctc., the SARBAPARILLIAN will resolve
6way those deposits an i extcermninate the virus
if the disease from the system.
If those who are taking these medicios for
ho cure of Chronic, Scr lulous or syphilitic dis
ases, however slow iasy b i the cure, "sorl bet
or," and flnd'their general health improving,
heir lih and weight. increasing, or evon keep
ng itAs own. is a sure sign th it, the cure is pro
,ressing. In these diseasues the patient Witer
ets better or worse-the virus of the diseaeb
I not n8ctiv; if not arrested and driven from
he blo it will spread and continue to under
rio the constitution. As soon as the SARRA
'AR LLIAN makes the paltent ' feel be' f(rfl every
iour you will grow betterand increase in health,
trength and fnesh.
The removal of these tumors by RADWAY's
t' SOLVENT is now so certainly established that
rhat was once co isidered altne -t miraculous .8
iow a co-nmon recognir, A t ot by all parties.
Vitne a the cases of Hannah P. Kn ipp, Mrs. 0.
Erapf. Mrs. J. H. Jolly and Airs. P. D. flqndrix,
iub lsho I in our Almtnac for 1879; also that of
Ire. v. 8. Ilibbins. in ths presient edition of our
'False and True."
One Dollar peir Bottle.
Only requires minutes, not hours, t9 roliovo
uain and cure acute disease.
ladwa's Ready Relief,
n from one to twenty minutos, never fails to
elleve PAIN with (,no thofough a1pito tion.
ro matter ho* violant or axoruciat'ng the ain
he RIUli1TIu, Bed-ridden, Infirm. Or pplod,
iervous. 'euraigic, or p ost r.4ttd with dldeaue
may suffer, R&DAY'S iEADY RELIEF Will
fford Instant case.
nflamnation of the Kidneys, Inflamma
tion of tho Mladder, Intlaumatlon of the
Dowels, Congestion of the. .ungs, Sore
Throat, Difficult I1reatling, l'alphation of
the icart, Hysteries, Croup, Diphtheria,
Caturrii, Inffuenza, Headiche, Toothache,
Neuralgia, Ithenmiatism, Cold Ofiills,
Atgue Chills, Chilblains, Frost flues,
Bruises. Suanmner 00onplaints, Coughs,
Cold, Sprains, Pains in the Chest, Baoc or
Limtbs, are instantly relieved.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Fever and Ague cured for Fifty Cents, There
a not a reinedi[al agent in the world that will
oure Fever and Aue and alt other Matarious,
Illious, Scarnst, 'phi1Yellow and other
overs (aided by ItADwA aP.s)s uika
.IADwAY's RBADY RIKLUF. PLs 0qika
It will in a .eW moments, when taken accord
ng to directions, cure Crampns, apsms, Sour
ltomach, Heartburn, Sick IUcadache Diarrhes
ysentory, uolic, Wind ia the Bowels, and a
Travelers should always carry a bottle of RAn
VAY B I(EADY R ELIEP with them. A fdW drops
.n water will prvent sickness or pains from
shange of water. It is better than French
uran dy or bitters as a stimulkrtt.
Miners andt Lunmbernen should always
be provided with it.
All remedial agents cpble of destroy life
y an overdo.e sould beavoided. Mop en
3piums, strychnine, arnicai, hyosolamnand
yther powerful remedies, does 4t eertain times,
La very small doses, relieve the patient -during
their action in the system. But perhaps the
aecond dose, it eeated, may agravate and in
srease the sugtel iig, and an~otfer dose cause
leath. There is no necessity for using these
uncertain agnts when a positive remd like
it Auway's ltAI RILlEr will step the most ex
3ruiating pain quicker, without entailing the
least difficulty in either infant or adult.
T IKE TR UE R ELIESP.
R ADWAY'S READY ltsr,1BP is the only remedial
igent in vogtie that will instantly stop pain.
Fifty Vent. per Rottle,
Radway's Regulating Pills.
Perfect Purgatives, S oothing ea'i.
ants, Acf Wthlout Paslss, Aiway Bela
Ible and Nastural In their Olhea-atlon.
5 VEGETABLE SUJISTITOTE POR CALOMEL.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated witti
iwcetr n purge, reguiate, purify, ole&'nsr
R ADwAY u1ms. for the cure of all1 disorders
if the 8;omach, Livor, Bowels Kidneys. Bsgd.
tar, Nervous Diseases, hleadase, Constipt an,
Jostiveness, Indigestiton, Dyppi, B11e
ires. Fever, Indlammation ofteB el s,
ind all derangements et the Internat Y 'isO
Varranted to effet a perfect cure. Purely vg
liable, containing no meroury, minerals or 41
IV' Observe the following smtoms rest.
ni from Diseases of the Digetv rasOn.
tiation, Inward Pies, Yliness of th 9ood
a the Head, Acidity ot the Stomach, Nausea,
Ieartburn, Dsust of Ucood, Fullness or Weith
n the Stomah 'sour Eruota-.lons, Sinkin or
tluttering at th Hear Choking or Suftrng
' aattons when In a ig poture, Dimness oE
fision, Dots or Webs rae the iht, Fever
Lnd Dull Pain in the Head, Defiene of Per
piraticn Yellowness of the Skin and Ees Pain
n the ide, ohest, Limbs. ansd Sudden ll shes
if neat, Burning in the Flesh.,
A few doses 'or RADwAY's PILLS will free thQ
tystem from all the abots-nameJ disorderS.
PrIce, 25 VCenti per Rosi.
SOLD) BY DliUGGIBT8'
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No. 82 WAltItlIN, cor. OflUlt~ list,, New York.
infortgation worth tho#sands will bie Wot$you.
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