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RAISING PEANUT.-Peanuts are i
as delicious eating as the nuts that I
produc.ed en trees and bushes. Tli
have, howevqr. their advantages.
crop of them fiay be'lharvested the f
after the seed Is pknted, while It is I
cessary to wait many years for a ci
of those kinds of nuts that are produ(
on trees. A large proportion of I
peanut is meat, while the larger porti
of most nuts is a hard substance ti
can not be eaten. Most nuts are h
to crack, but the thin, soft shell of t
peanuts is very easily removed. Tli
require to be roasted before they are
a condition to be eaten, but this oe)o
tion Is easily perforined in a conmi
corn-popper. The peaunt is of tropi
origin, but by slow degrees it found
way into semi-tropical and teiper
portions of the globe. It was brotij
from Africa to the southern states a
was cultivated there many years beft
the civil war, which was the means
popularlzing it in all parts of the unic
During the past lew years peanuts ha
been extensively raised for the marb
In North and South Carolina, Virm.in
and Tennessee. Their cultivation 01
limited scale has extended throughi
all the southern stAtes aud into most
the states bordering on the Ohio riv<
Within the past two vears they ha
been raised, more fr "losity thlan i
profit in nearly a western. a
middle States. It ertain i
the peanut, like the potato, w
become acClimated to a jorthern la
tude. The plant is hardy and is casi
raised. It has a long tap-root thate
ables It to grow In tites of scve
drouth. A soll that Is somewhat san
Is best adapted to its growth. If it co
tains considerable Iron or dark- color
vegetable matter the 1'ods will htavt
bad appearance. It should be moder
ly ri and well pulverized. In raisi
peanuts on a small scale it is custoina
to throw up small ridges about two a
a half feet UptIrt. II the tops of tie
the nuts are placed two inches deep it
eighteen Iciches apart. It is best to I
move the pods from the nuts belo
planting thein, care being taken not
break,tie skin that surroutids thei
Four seeds are usually dropped in
hill, but only two plants shoiuld be i
lowed to grow. The general cuitiul e
peanuts 18 substantally Lie saie as til
generally given to s w cet poittoes. T
ground mnust be kept free fromn wee
and grass during uhe entiro seatson.
the patch Is smiall, aill thle work shou
be done with a hand ho; if it IS lar
the cultivator may be used between t
rows. The blossoms proceed fr
branches near the ground, and as so,
as pods are formneu, tie flower stei
turn towards the earth and th(e po
are buried beneath it. The po
will mature better if some lig
earth is drawn over them with a ho0
they begin to natu1re. Late In tie f1
the plants are puifled with the roots a
pods that are aLttached to tlem. I'lh
tire cured iII the sunll a few dtys, Wi
the pods are picked ofl acid stored in1
'I'np Li.y Is GA.DENs.-As a gen1e
thing the lily is not a success il in
gardens. Titls Is, however, chiel
from improper soil being used, or thl(
being placed in improper sihuatiol
he plants rather like thce openl su
light, but the roots aboinactle 1h
ground, espeellt 1ly when still' or elaye
In Prof. Sargent's groin(lb at iroo
line, Mass,, they are plalted wit (I
rhododendrons, anIld are a tmagntill ee
success. Here tie rIdoden1d ro
sle!d th.e bulbs from the htot sun.
is beside an excellenct ideai, its a cue
Imatter or gardenc taste, for thIe cihod
dendrocnsarie all over bio.ssoin g beto
the lilies flower, and so thce fliov.cri
of the beautiful evergi eencs seccms toi
prolonged till late inc the stunucer, whii
* the lilies disappear.
A Conc sPoNcDEN''r suggests lihe fg
* ~ lowing succpie cure, which he hcas I ri<
and tund eWieeive it kickinrg cow
"'Take a comm uon su re igle acnd
plenty o1 knots in it, until1 It Is of tI
right length ; buckle it arouncd thce co,
very tighct, J ust forward of lihe ii
joints and bag. Now cmilk, ancd s:
won't lift a foot. lIn two or' ti,hree cia
case top a hole or* so, t real, hcer geni
and inc a short time slimply3 layin ci
strap across hcer back will (10 as well
Tccx pl)tse of'i a halhy horse beni
from thcirty-seven to forty times r
minute; ilhat of a sheep, sevenity
eighty ; that of a cow, from tirliy
forty, butt d uting c umination it, mn
count over sevenity acnd be contsistc
Wnt Enx acnimals tire allowed 1o It'
in grass lots until Lice whole Ia gnawi
closely, no haty cap be tiepentdcd on i
suicceedincg season, unless a liberal tI
dressing of some sort, of fert ilizer'
'I 1I~Jeating( Raeilroadl Curriages .-A l"renc
railway compainy ia tryIng a nce
methcod of heating express trains. TI
method conisists simply In thce use
acetate of soda in thce foot--warmcers
~~j. comnmon tuse ocn French trtucs. T1'
substance has cons derable latentt.hlen
dissolvIng at a certain tectnperature'c
thtus absorbs a large (fuanitity of hcec
which become~ senisible d uring cry.stc
lization in ecooling. All that is reqilr
Is to fill lice ordiucary cases with a sc
flent quantity of thte acetate, (clo
the'in and pla1ce them In a stove at abo
100 degrees. The cooling of a case tIh
chared nd eatd tkesfrom twell
to fifteent hours. 'lie warmcers a
thereafter taken front the comtpac
ments acnd pulacedi inc a stove (where tl
crystals of soda acetate are rei
solved); they are theni ready for fre:
use, Thie advantages of such a sys te
are obvious-no niecessity of changn
*warmers every two or tihree itours,
ri ' . of maintaining a ntumeous(t bodly
-men at stations to atteltd to thcen
economy in cost of hceating, etc. Alor
over, most of the existing foot-warmecc
can be utilized. Acetaite of soda is ni
very exponoive, and it could etasely
-manuf,.etured in mutch itarger quacn
- ties thcan at present if Lice dfeunmnd r
IIquired. The new system hacs been ti
It,'. on an express train leaving Pacis
7 :15 and reaching P'erracibo at, 4:2
The compartmecnts wvere each supplied
startinig with two warmers contlatii
acetate o. soda. At Percrache most
the warmers were still so hcot that o
could not apply the back of thte hanid
A valuable patenited inventioni knov
aa Trand' bttonbe,ashimhsbe
cote upstcar th.e1 variou saidc o b
Svenst ingecair ee ttraing att to
Ot ofath banfatuhresfromtl800 for 5,o
whiches apdyut In15,c whoind byoan exps
ton osure. cos a80 preparany
Ptand whicas borednoe foores
omsac,the vaioushmodestatf prese
o ;UIw Youn Foob.-All food should
ire be chewed finely before being swallow
OY ed. Neasrlyall diseases may be traced
A to a disordered stomach. The food is
all but partially masticated when sent to
le- thle stomach,ohence the digestive or
OPy gans are burdened with more work
ed than they can possibly do. Tihe result
,he Is dyspepsla, indigestion and all the
On evils which follow in their wake. A
'at leading physician, in treating his pa..
rd tients urges upon themi, one and all,
he the necessity of reducing food to the
ey consisteincy of milk before swallowing.
II lie has always enforced the rule ii his
a- own family, and the result is that
Oil sickness is unknown In his household.
31al It is a simple rule, and one which all
Its can follow.
nd STOCK Fon SoUP.-This receipt will
re he found useful, as in a family Iot too
ol numerous enough stock can be made
n. a week. Take four pounds of lean beef,
Ve cut it into small pieces, slice an onion,
ot eaw thock-bone of beef, remove the
ia, marrow, and fry the cut beef and onion
Ia in the marrow to a full brown ; put
ut fried meat, onion and fresh iock in
of two gallons of cold water; let it sim
,r. iner all day ; at night strain through
ye sieve, and replace in kettle; throw in
'or sonic egg-shell and clear; strain
ud thtrough a cloti into an earthen crock;
at lit the morning skim tite stock to re
il move grease; this stock may be used
ti- for vegetables or for any kind of soup;
ly *;If course it is of a rich brown color.
re Flail OM Fmwr.-Boat up three fresh
ly eggs with a quantity equal to an egg
- lit bulk of the flesh of bolled salmon,
u,d sliredded finely withit a fork, a pinch
a of miiced parsley, pepper, salt, and
te hal i a tiozen bits of butter the size of
ig a pea. 'utit a piece of butter the size of
3' an egg into the pan, let it ntelt with
Id out browning, and as soonl as it is melt
W ed and hot pour in your omelet mix
'd tire, ian)d, holding the handle of the
c- pi with one hand, stir the omelet
re with the other by i enais of a flat spoon.
to The moment it begins to set, cease stir
]I- ring, bitt, keep shaking the pan, tilil
a one side of the omelet has become a
I- goltlen color, when you dexterously
i turn il out on a hot dish, the colored
Ut side uppermllost.
( 7 How 'ro COOK BREANs - write - says.i
Not. one perison it a hundred knows
Iow to cook properly a pot of beans,
ie and yet it Is v,ery simple. Here is the
proper imode: Put one pint of dried
' beaws and i quarter of i pouin( of salt
Al pork Into two quarts of' cold water;
bring them to boil, and boll slowly for
Iabou . I well1y in itnu tes ; then put the
beans, w ith abotit a teitcupful of the
water tiey were boiled in, into an open
I-i.; seisoin them WitI .h salt and pepper
to laste, atid onte tablespoonful ofi mo.
i la.sem; lly the pork ol the top an1d
V bake two hotirs or longer.
Tta'rOES At' G.nMATIN.-ip the to
ilatoes ilnI hot water, and peel them;
aI eut. them inl half; rub a baking tin with
Ist g'arlie, butter It, lay the tomatoes In it
IYside by Side; and 1111 each half with
I tle followling coiposition : Two parts
,. o1 bremdertnbs tinely inhiced, a little
I- pr:1slCy chopped lute1; I epper and salt
o to taste; pIut a siall piece of butter on
y, each. lake for tell or ili'teen minu1ttes
k- and SeVI'V.
it A t1001) thting to to on wet daiys,
P' when out-titoor work i. impossibly, is
it to sharpen)ci upi the farmi tools and1 get
r'e thent in goti contdiioni f'ot' use. A man11
0- whio hias ai great deli of' hand hoeing
t' tionie by3 hire 'clabihoi' dcilares1 itis bdlief
ig thiat. the cointiinued use of thte ille on
Je lie hoes iniikes a dil'erence or nearl1y
im oneu-hlIf in the habor'. 1lis enalculiatin
is that every ten-cent fille he buys saves
himn te'n dollars in hired laborers' bills.
I 'in:in P'ia-One pint anti a half of
Oy5iistrs i.ilaleint for ai pie for a fam
ilyv of thiree. l1,ine aL deepJ gliart dish
'with at ernsit11 hlian inchl thick, putt ini
a hIye ofi'1 bread ei'uiibs, arid the oys
lers, bttis 01 pepper, a litt,le ma11ce, pep
pe and iit salt, mtnd 1liquor1 sti'iined from
i's the oter5t1s enouight to hall1 1111 the dish ;1
3'- andit 1anotherc' ayt3er o1 cr'umibs anti cover
i,t, li with a Oirnst ; imake ait itcision it
top ; lake 11n hour', bi'own it I gradulially
ail serve hot.
to WnxN bart-'d-ihnished. walls are calel
to mined(, thle 9olt'td coats shoultd be
ywashedi or scralpedI oil' before a ntew one
nt is pt oin . This the moitst disagreen
b)cleipart of the process. VTe furniture
should be covered, as himte mauke sp)ots
thait remiove with difiheulty, especially
pi ilx mtarke't is llousteii n ict wort,bhiless
is anid vile co11inpounids I'r time it Jutvi ni.
tion of' t,b lhair, but Caiboliine, the
great, pettroleutm hair renewer and dres
~h sing, as now impr'ovedl and perfected,.
Sstill takes Ithe froitt rantk as the best
e urco.rattion ever' ofl'ered to the public.
l Jtt.' of iD.utors.
c Th'le feue of' doctors is an tem thtat'very
I; many123 perlsons iare Iinte 'estedl in just at
it prtesentr. WVe believe te schedule for
t, visIts ik $3.00, which would tax a man
1- conhtie t) his betd for' a year, ini neeud
~i of a daily visit, over '$1,000 a year for
t'. med itcai attenda nce a lonie1 And one
se, single bottle of lop) littrs taken in
ut :ute would save t.hei $1,090 and all the
as rear's siekness.-Post,
p e --
R'' 1a~iovix. At.i..ause of irr'itability antd
d' iscoimfort, f'romi the baby, by uzsitg Dri.
10Buli's 11aby3 Syt'up, te surest, bestandl
Shientceceapest remietdy in the world
IIfor thte diseases of babyhood. Price 25
of iileislos (Ga.--Recnt experiments
. aef't deosrtdthat the pl)OnSiouls
e etUets of oxide of carbon are mucth
mrvirulenit tht n w'ere supp)losed, a
omsuch w eaker dihiitioit of tisl gas in air
bbeing, in fact, i'atal ,-that is, aity man
-or an imal that breiache s dluring half an
2our al tin)osphtere conitatitnig 1.779
dparts of' oxItle 01 carbont, absorbs a1 surt
atIlcieuit qmandtvof thtis gas to make htaif
0.1o the retd globauies of his bloodi become
at. inc'apable of' ab)sorbin)goxygen ; antd as
ite atmilospher'e contaiueme el 1.14419
01paits 01' oxltle.of carbon 0one qtartet of
othe red globuiles of his blood become
toincmapable of absorbing oxygein. Tihecse
exper'imtentts deinomstrt,o the danger of
several sor'ts of stoves.--Whentever
there is incomplete comnbtttion, oxide
in of' oarbomni linvarlably p)roedei. Nar
aii cutle anieita, narcotic cardiaical disea
a1 ses, ar'e thought, to be caused by tis
~r- absorpt,ion of the most p)oisontOUs gas
g Steel by Ekelricity.-Tio conivert twvo
tonts of iront Into steel by electric act Ion
requires the continiuous, action of a 120.
horse powi~er eectr'o-dlynam Ic machiInc
0l'r a whole day.
0A CON'STANT' CoUtiH, With Shortness of Blreath
d Falling ttrengt and wast,ing of letsh, ali
asbetok a Lungs more or loss a- eriously affected,
of ~nad.-manding prompt treatme'nt. Bly using
r.JyosExpectorat sorr0ots results may be
*ithter aYoidedl or palliated.
WIT AND HUMOR.
AN army oflicer is retired when he
goes out of service, and a wheel is re
tired to go into service again. When
a sheriff releases a prisoner he loses
possession of him, and when he re
leases a house he regains possession of
it, and this is a howling old language
of outs, ain't it?
*WnEN a man sneaks into the house
at mid-night, and tries to get Into bed
without waking up the family, every
stair and floor board cracks like a rusty
swinging sign in a gale; but a burglar
3an go through tue same house as
noiselessly as a floating zephyr.
A LONDON servant girl is represent.
ad by Judge as saying: "Hard
weather, indeed, sir. I wish the Lord
would take the weather in His own
hands again. instead of trusting it to
hem. Yankee probability men. We
might then get something fit to live In."
You may say what you please about
it, but there is luck In horse-shoes. A
woman nalled one up against the wood
hed a month ago, and last week her
hlusband eloped with the hired girl.
,'ie man had not earned a cent for
more than two ye-trs.
"Wn don't you spend your money
it home?" asked a kindly city mission
iry of a hardened frequenter of gin
rnilla. "Do you s'pose my wife runs a
bar?" retorted the person addressed.
FINANCIALLY speaking, the French
ire a franc people, while Italians are
lires. If you told them so you might
get a plastre on the eye, but it's per
rect!y safe to say the Chinese have
A N Irishmanl who happened to get
Into a fight was naked by an acquaint
tuce soei particulars Ii regard to the
rifair. Said hce "Well, sir, tell you
.he truth, I saw but little of the light.
I was on rite under side of it."
A na1mur little-5-year old miss was
taken to the barn to see some sheep,
tad af ter looking at theu for a moment
tie exclaimed, "Oh, auntle, see, the
dheep all wear their hair banged."
"M Y club, said Mr. Sleek when he
was invited to Join one, my club is at
lome." "Yes," respon ded one of the
Ays, ''and the ol lady generally hias
t ready for you when you get there."
"'Oat, mister," said an old lady aftcr
t bicycle had passed her, "just now I
teen a wagon vhee! runnin'away N Lh
t man. You kin believe It or not; I
vouldn't if I hadn't sben It myself.''
AFTER a .tTexas jury had stood out
ror ninety.six hours the judge got a
ver(lict out of theim ii two minutes by
ending them word thiat a circus had
lome to tow n1.
'i'll's Is the season when the draft
vhieh comes in through an open door
nakes any man shudder. Particularly
f it Is a sight draft, and Is brought in
y t bank collector.
M AVD (a,n aristocratic child): 6How
)retty and clever you are, mother. I'm
o glad you married into outr family."
"'Thes dye is cast," satid thte lodger in
he auttle ats he hurled a bottle of Mrs.
Ulen's at thte felinec disturber of his
"MINNIM, 1 wish you would not gIve
nilk to your kItten on the carpet.''
itinne-"Don't dIicturb her. She Is on
ecr last hap.''
laT need nmot be Interred that railway
omupanies are scarmed because they have
teen making tracks so rapidly.
A roon man was run over by a City
monibus, andl the coroner's jury
rought in the technical verdict
"LiovEn laughs at locksmiths,"' and yet
here isn't anything very funny about
ONEi of the comical sightc of leap
rear will be a girl whispering a tale of
ove into the eatr0 et a deaf man.
:T certainly shows puiblic spirit in the
nan whio contracts a dIlsease that Is
TH1nn's one thing an lil-amnnered
nato cannot (ic-lie can't eat rawv oys
,ers witht a kuml'e.
Kr zi tatiiq ill feel lost wh'len tele
fraphi wvires have been put uinneri
FesioN led to confuision in Maline.
P'au-r.x:s .tNil 11 i3.o1ns ON 'Tis lFACt.
-In t,his coiniio in of the skin, the
YVoxIrNE a tie g a r eaniedy, as it acts
tllirect ln pon01 thae aconae. It (leIanses a aid
pturif(leg the loodl, r b--'rebhy catusinug hui
imors of allI k ids to dii aear
I"on Couoans, Cous, CKAannu and
Th reat Di1sorders, uSe "Browen's Bron
c'hil T1roches"' having p'red their' eil
cacy by a test of many' years.
Taix only 1hope of' bal.l heals-Can.
dO.INK, a d. odorI'Aed cX[iract of petro
leumn. Every obj:ctioni removed by
recent improvemaent. It is now fault
less. TIhe only cure for baldness and
the most delicate hair dressing kntown
As l)eoJle learn how trite economy it
is to use D)obbins' Electric goap), (madi
by Craghin & Co., ilhttadelp)htia,) t.he
cornmont, aduliiiterated(, dishonest soaps
are being driven out of the market.
SROrU t.OUs swellings, carbuln)cles and1(
boils, blotches, p)imles andu erutptions,
enlarged glands, initernal soreness, tor
pid liver, and general clogged condii
tion of thme system, all yield in due time
to ntature's sovereign remedy--Dr.
Pierce's Goident Medical DIscovery.
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chemists. Foreignt trade supp)liedI from
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alo, N. Y., R. V. P'ierco, M. D., P'rcsl
WEST nILUE MOUND,Wis.,March 8tha,1870.
Dr. Ri. V. P'zmnc cx:
Dear Sir:-IIaving suffered inanny
weary nmonths from liver complaint
without roller, I was last sutln)er, i1
duced to try your Golden Medical Dis
covery and Pellets. At the time I was
scarcely able to work. Owing to their
effect I commenced to improve rap)dly
and am now as well and strong as ever.
I thank you from the' depths of my
heart for the good they have done me
and wish you all success. Yours truly.
Kas. B. BT AGNER.
1TRANGE that people will sufer so
nu41 from feelings, the blues and do.
bilitated body, when they can be so
surely cured by simply taking a few
doses of Simmons Liver Regulator. It
will impart now li'e and vigor to the
whole system by purifyingthe Stomach
and regulating the Liver. Could. our
readers be brought into contact with
the host of respectable witnemses who
regard Simmons' Liver Regulator as
the safest and best family medicine for
DyspeDsla, Sick leadache, Constipa
tion, Bilioudness, Colic, Sour Stomach
and Malarious Fevers, they would no
longer wonder at the great fame it has
acquired tnroughout the country.
"As a general family remedy for
Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver, Constipations,
eto., I hardly ever use anything else,
and have never been disappointed In
effeot produced; it seems to be almost a
perfect cure for all diseases of the
Stomaol and Bowels.
"W. J. MCELOY, Macon, Ga."
Ti trade of blacksmith has long
been honored. Ir has been glorified
by Longfillow and other poets, pictur
ed in glowing colors by Gilbert anti
many other dramatists, and immortoliz
ed by the best novelists, and yet if you
mistake a watchmaker for a blacksmith
he'll be as mad as a singed monkey.
A Cross Baby.
Nothing isso conducive to a man's
remaining a bachelor as stopping for
one night at the house of a married
friend and being kept awake for five or
six hours by the crying of a cross baby.
All cross and crying babies need only
Hop Bitters to make them well and
smiling. Young man, remember this.
IN a western city the other day a
mob went to jail to lynch a murderer,
but when lie, with great presence of
mind, assured then that lie did not in
tend to lecture, they threw away the
rope and gave a banquet.
WonTrij magistrate: "Whatl a man
can be cruel enough to maltreat his
lawfully wedded wife, and even hurl
a plate at her head?" Prisoner: "But,
your honor, do you know my wife?"
Worthy magistrate: "I have not that
honor." Prisoner: "Then just go
Give It a Trial
and vou will bo astonished. "Anakosis," Dr.
S. Silsbeo's External Palo Hemody, gives in
stant relief and is an infalliblo ouro for the
most obstinato caaos of pilos. It has made
the most wonderful curos of this terrible dis
order. 20,000 grateful pcop!o that have used
it can testify to tho same. Samples with full
directions &ont froo to all sufforers on apili
cation to "A nakess" Depot, lox 3916, NOW
York. Bold by all first-class druggists
Trln,-Wou is the great spring medicine.
it is a suro cure for bihousness, tor)id bowels,
or Iamo bacic.-Ci. LEADER.
A Valuablo Gift Free.
A book on the Liver, its diseases and their
treatment sent free. Including treatises upon
Liver Complaints. Tornid Liver, Jaundice,
Biliousness, Headache, Constipation, Dyspep
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A CARD.-To all who are suffering from thoerrors
and fiaretion o6 oin, nervous weakness. eary
decay, IoFm or inavalmod. etc.. I will POIld a Rccip-,
thtat will cure yo,u, FitE E Or FCIA RGE. Thiegreat
remldy was discovered iy a missionary in South
WnaurIc. Seitdnaelf-iadtil-og tie(ol,elopo to theolev.
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The Voltale Belt co., Marshall, Mich.
Will send their celebrated Electro Voltalo
Belts to the afmicted upon 80 days's trial.
Speedy cures guarariteod. They mean what
they say. Write to them without delay.
The Best Medicine.
FarsaronT, Ill., Sept. 27, 1379.
II. R. STEVRNR, Boston :
Dear Sir-I have been using your valuable
medi.cine, vegerine, for General Debility, and
have nto h(sitat.lon in 5saving i ht I consider :t
one oft 1.~ best, if not, the best medicline In the
market, ror a general invigorator ant Blo0cd
Pur.iier. J. HI. P'ORTERi.
V E CETIN E
GIVES GENERAL SATISFACTION.
liruptions of the Skin, ahronio Sore Eyes
and General Debility,
Read what Dr. Sluninons Bays:
VERONA. Miss., June 6, 1878.
MR. H. RI. STEvSs, Boston:
I have used Vegetino In my family for two
years andI cordially reommend it as a remedy
for Eruptions or the Skin, Chronic Sore Eyes
and Oeneral Debility. I have also r. commonded
it teoa great, many persons in t his .-ection, and I
think it, hlis given geraeral satisfaction.
Very respetfully, Da. J. J. SIMMONIS.
Your very valuable medicine, Vegetine, re
stored the sight to mny lit t,iodaughter, saved lier
from being blind, anti I have no doubt, savea
her life. Very g ratefully,
MRIS. J. J. SIMMONS.
WIThK SUCHI BENEFIT.
MR. ~. ~.SH EDOYoAN., wVis., Nov.,l15, 1Si8.
bi.H .STEvxNs, no-ten:
Dear sir.-I can fully testify to ihe efllcie.e
of your Veget,ine as a (Great Blood P'urltler, h'av.
lng used It, during the last seven months will
such benit,. Yours truly,
Vegotino is Sold by All Druggists.
AOENTS WANTED to Seil the NEW ROOK
jFAR MING FOR PR OFIT
TIEC.S i-ow 'To
ro~ Feed and carfteejEow* wFrutit8 Mangel
Farm ustaineuaj MakelHapny Jimes. and
i-low to lliakeliloaey os stie Farna.
14or F armer ahesid havnvd fopycu8arPages.
J. C. MeC UltDY & CO.. Philadelphia, Pa.
~~ IF YOU WOUblD lnE Pit oPEILtl
corrspon tosuited with spectaeles, apply
D.N .GRHAl Optician.
o WWARD o''i.2
of tong standing In w
meapper ha pinted on iti b I'A ie 81 a..d
~D.J P9. Miler'nt,sre, IPMt. I a ta, seld
p.irugget. Tentb al boy' . . U MS D.
'5 Day ,i a,i". $2 Sample Free
Add.ressA, CY 6 limuds street, New York.
On"UEI*UEIN' uecutre for Pim.
Medfe 10itie C o, 94, ts iio, a2i.
SPOR TS MEN mci aAdesto flewai ,n
pies of fshing ackle. Yoa N.v mone i by sam.
8 ~U*m Mom'jissSe Ntatt ste-ed hsa I
And on are Fortify the Mysiena
foh s o fairst i103tutters Stoinsclt, Btters, whlet
endors digestorn easy teri coniplto, conn wercti
Ilousunoss,awl keers tite bowels it ordor, ad ac
geniRl andr boete#e-na are Its ottectp, that iiot only It
tho body Invigorated and regiattl. by its uie. i
deAponvency banlied fronm ti- imin I.
For sale by all Druggists atid Dealers generally.
1 the Old Reliable oncentrated Lye for VAM IL -
MOA MAKINGO. Virostions accoin many ah cant
or making Hard, Nofit and Toilet CeAP Vniolly. I
01t in lull weight and stre~ngth. 1
ASK FOR SAPONIFIE0 I
AND TAKM NO OTHER.
IP_INN'A SALT JANUF' CO., PHILA'A h
(A Medicine, not a Drink,)
11opS, nUvIIU, MANDRAKE,
A XN TIIP PEUtRKST AND PEsT.IC01VA Lt QI-Ll
TI RS OF ALL OTHICt 1ITTEIS.
THE111 u Y 4Clu I 11
All Diseasesof theStomach, Dowels. Illood,
Liver. Kidnes td rinary Orgtns, Ner.
voustiC5cs l Isnessandi especially
$1000 IN COLD.
Will be paid for a case they will not cure or
help, or for aiyin Itinpur, or injurious
Ask your druggist for Hop Hitters and try
them before you sleep. Take no Other.
D. I. C. is an absolute anti IrresistIble enre for
Drunlikenety, us80 of o pitn, tobacco and
SEND FOR ClCULAR.]
Alil sharwe aoldt by druaggist.
lop ititters Mfg. Co., ltoesuter, N. Y., a Toronto, hat.
The ony Remedy
That Acts at the Sato Time on
The Lver, The Bowels and The Kidneys
TAI combined action gives It wondetful
powver to cureall diseases.
Whi Are We Sick?
Because ive allo these great organs to be
come clogged or topi d, and poisonous Au
more are therefore f'rced Into the b
Chat Mould be expellid naturally.
Bionsuess Piles, Constipatlon, Kidno
Comaapla?nts and Diseases, Weakt
nesses and Nervous DisortderN.
by causing )r te action of these organs an
restorin g Cheir-power to throwo off disease.
Why Suffer illlious palias anal aches I
Why toramented with Piles,Conastinpatient
Why frightenead over adisoraderedi Kidneys I
Wy yendure noervous or sick headlacheqsi
Why haave sleepless nights I
Use KIDNEY WVORT and rejoice ina
health. It is a dry, vegeCable compound and
One package will make six qtt or Medlcine.
Get it of yor DrugiC he soill order iC
yZL to~u.Gl $1.00.
WELLS BARD0N O., Proprietous,
j j (wlltaenda eat patd.) Burlington, Vt.
Those anawering an Aavertisement wil
confer a favor upon the Advertiser and the
PubUsher by stating that they eaw the adwer
tisement in titi ornal (naminst the onaa
Btnrillran's Great 0atarrh Re8ed
Iste safst oret areeable an d effectual remedts
from what cause, or bow long sandinag. by giving
STrURDIVANT'S CATARRH REMEDY
afa ad impartial tral, yen wil be cemyinoed of
be taken by the most dlelicats stomach. For sale by
at re lahilanl by HOL LOWAY & 00., 602 Areb
JOSEPH C. TODD,
ENGINEER and 31ACHINIST,
Pntierson, N. J. and 30 Barclay fdi., N. Y.
Flax ln ap Jue, n ' opee a insra Machinery;
H oisting Mlachinery for nmirners, &c, Owner andl ox
*al'nr"ne Th","n"'ine*s"are"a-nea* mprove
for allkiamas of asricult taro aa meb i al par
oss Mend or descriptive circuiar. Artiresa as
T HE PERCUSON
whtu rases al ters in quantit and qiality of ba
saves thre-ftra tanti her. It can haue ht i
theobest aior sing devies. o flat or paddles
larc . yeld. oifor bai n othe r (haa or (r
S. M. PETTEr
37 PARK ROW, New York, &
Estimates for one or more ins
in any ulnmber of papers, furnisi
D~r. P'ierce's Golden Miedical Discovery cures
commosn Blotch, Prample, or Eruptgion,, Erysti
Dough Skin, in short, allh diseases causedib
purifying, aand invigorating mecainae,
Fsecla liy lase it mnnilfestead its potenoy in e
clos, ore Eyes, Serofuloua Sores and Swelli
Neck, and Enlarped tilanda.
If you feel tiu ii, drowsy diebilitated, have sal
on. face or bodly, frequent ha'ondache o1: dizziness,
alternatedl with hot $lutshes, Irregular lapoite,
Torpidl Liver, or "BIlionness." - As a remni
)Alealical Discovery has no eqatal, as It effoots pc
In the ciare of Btronchitl, Segere Coasgla
.un,ption, it has astoniseda the meicical facul0
greatest medIcal discovery of the age. ol by
No ue of takis
e Pellets (Little
El ~ ' Reling entire
em S while tusing thea
SELLS ~ 1:t iL&.,1V aystem, diet, or
T itness of t
')Th "Ittl Gint" OStha Wa to USnach Nd
HEALTH IS WEALTH.
Health of Boly Is Tealth of & AL
Rafafs SaW rilliu Relvent.
fureblood makes sound deb, strobs aM
a clear skin. Ityou would rv y-u z e1.5
ynr bones sound withoutas,n 00m.
lxion tair,tuse "Wayis afmar ErC
A GRATEFUL REOGNITIbN.
I'lTo cam a mmoNzo-or Lexe evAMUDISE3AE
ts truly a victory In the healing art; that reason
in power that clearly discerns DawT and114
iete remedy; tat retoe sto by 9
Gogrees-the body whic ba 5~beenollwil
tacked and weakened by am Indious disese
nto commands our respec but deservet
ou ag' . Dr.Radway as rurnid man.
kind with that wonderful remedy, 11dwais
*arsapau'illan Resolvent. Which S000M
t an existence of pin d
throghuontday and lofrng nihtant,.
FALSE AND TRUE.
We extract from Dr. Radway's "Treatin an
disease and Its Oure," as follows:
List of Diseases cured by
Raftays SarsalarlIllan Resolyeut
Chronic SkIn Diseases, Carles of the Eqne.
Humors in the Blood Scrofulous Dies is"es
or unnatural Habit of Body, Syphins and Ven.
real, Fever Sores. Chronic or Old Ulcersfialt
Rhe'wn, RiCkets, White Swelling, Scat i Head,
Uterine AfTections, Cankers Glaiular Swell.
Lgs, NcAes. Wasting and Zeoay of the o
Pimples and Blotches. Tumfl, Dyspepsia, Kid
ney and Bladder Diseases Chron Rh umatistm
and Gout, Uonsumption, Gravel and Caloulous
Deposits, and varieties of the above coVIpainst,
to which sometimes are given specious names.
We assert that there is no known remoV that
possesses the curative power over these dis
eaes that RADWAY'S REsoLvSNT furnishes, It
cures, step by stop, surely. from the touna-~
tion, and restores the Injured parts to their
sound condition. The wasten of the body
are stopped and healthy bleod ia sup
plied to the systema, from which new ma
terial iN formed. This is the fsat corrective
power of RHADWAT's RIsOLVINT. In eases Where
Ilhe system has been salivated. and Mercury,
Quicksilver, Corrosive Sublimate have accumu
lated anfl become deposit ed in the bones, joint
ste., causing caries of the bones, rickels. spinal
curvatures, contortions, white swellings, varl
cose veins, etc.. the S8AR1APARTILIAN will resolve
away those deposits an.i exterminate the 1irus
of the disease from the system.
It those who are taking these medicines for
the cue of Cbronio, Scrofulous or Byphilitio dis
easeuiWhowever slow ay be the cure "feel bet
ter Id 4nd their general health improving,
their flesh and weight increasing. or even keep
ing Its own is a sure sign that the oure Is pro.
gressing,oln these diseases the patient either
gets better or worse-the virus kf the disease
is not inactive; if not arrested and driven from
the blood it will spread and continue to under
mine the constitution. As soon as the SAM&A
PARILLIAN makes the patient "feel better," every
hour you will grow better and increasein health.
strength and nosh.
The) removal of those tumors by RAVwAT's
ftrsoi.vENT is now so certainly established that
what was once considered almost miraculous ,s
now a common recognized t4kot by all parties.
Witnes the cases oftliannah P. KDappi Mrs. 0.
Krapt. Mrs. J. H. Jolly and Mrs. P. D. Iendriz
ibilahed In our Almanao for 19; also that of
ra.V., . Bibbins.in the present dition of our
'Falue and True."
One Dollar per Bettle.
Only requires minutes, not hours, to relieve
pain and cure acute disease.
Radwa's Ready Beief,
In from one to twenty minutes, never falls to
relieve PAIN with one thorough appiloation.
No, matter how violent or excruciating the pain
the RUEUMATIU, Bed-ridden, Infirm, Uri pled,
Nervous. Neura AY, or prosLrAtOd With 2E02
May suffer, RADWAY%S READY RELIEF will
afford Instant ease.
Y.fammation of the Kidneys, Inflamma
tion of the Bladder, Intiammation of the
Bowels, Congestion of thepLungs, Sere
Throat, Difficult Breathing, Paipitation of
Ctarh~ Inluensa, Headache, Toothace,
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Cold Ohills,
Ague Chills, Chilblains, Frost Bites,
Cold Sprains Pansin t he hs, Bahe
Limbs, are instantly relieved.
FEVER AND AGUE.
lever and Ague cured for Fifty Cents, There
is not a remedfal agnt in the world that will
cure Fever and gu,and all othor Malarlous,
Bilious, Scarlet, Tpoid, Yellow and ether
It will in a f ow moments, when taken accord
ing to drsotrtbsrncure Camps Sas m,Sour
Dystory~ Co, Wi'nd in the Bowels, and al
Travelers should always carry a bottleof Ram
flAY a READT RELIEF with them. A few drops
In water will prevent sickness or pains from
brand or bitterea as a stimulant. am
Mier and Lunbers should always
All remedial agents capable oestroin life
by an overdone should be avoided. Mrhn
ther ptonerin temsyste, oes pteraps the
seoond dose, if repeated may aggravate andin
crease the Buffsering, and another dos cause
deathe Thore is no necessity for usin these
uncertain agents when a rsitive remd like
RADwAY's READY RULIEF w 11 stop thze ncten.
tatdlEomIin either inan or adalt,
TE TRUE RELIEp.,
RtAnwAY's READY htEtr is the only reu,l
.agent in vogue that wilt instantly stoppa,
Radway's Regulating Pills.
bie and Natural in their Operatien,
A VEGETABLE BUBSTITOTE FOR CAWOBL,
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated wls
anSweerumh Purge, reguiate, purity, oleans,
RAtWthe 8 ia to the ceo al i sorders
der, Nervous Diseases.Hadce ConstiD~ation,
nrse. Fever, Inflammatiord of the Bowels ie
and all derangements ef the Internal ser'
Warranted to effect a prfect'oure. Purel tag
sble, containing no ieroury, minerals ordel
W" Observe the following syptm result.
ing from Diseases of the Destiv Orans. Con.
stipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of te 'Blood
in the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea
Heartburn, Disgust of Food, Fullness or Weight
in the Stomachi, Sour Bruota Ions, linking er
Plub,ering at the Hear Choking or Suffering
Sensations whoa in a lyn Dosture, Dimness 01
Vision, Dots or Websbfr the Sight, lever
and Dull Pain in the Head, Dsfdelend of Per,.
spiration Yellowness of the Skin and Ee,li
ine B ie, Cl'hest, Limbs, ad Sudden iae
A few doses of RADwAy's PILM will tree tho
system from alU the above-named disorders.
Psiee, 35 Vents per Box.
SOLD) RY DRUGGIWS8
BEAD V ALUE AND TMUU.*'
Mend a letter stamp to RADWAT * gU
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