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PObDERIN0 AT THE BARN.-In some
paris.of the- country,%,armers, have ly
adopted the iplan of not turning their qu
cows ott tg paspro. When they have sh
done so noti'inpg would ihduce them to th
go back to the old method. A farnr an
keeping ten cows may make 100 loads do
of good manure during the summer by to
keep in is*cows confined in stable or Ki
yard. This manur4, ut where it will th
do the most good, will increase the pro- in
ductiveness of the farm ten thpes as tho
V much as by the old plan, when sum- ap
mer's heat dried and heavy rains Co
washed all the food for plants from the th
droppings of the cows when out to pas- lin
ture. Mr. A. L. McKinstry, of Massa- ab
chusetts, made six acres support twelve an
head ot cattle through last summer. On th(
the 20th of May he commenced mowing N.
and leeding green rye, and so contin- su
ued up to the 15th'of June, by which cl
time he had fedl off one and three.quar
ter acres of land, when, the rye becom- I
ing too tough to be relished by the cat- fei
tie, the balance was made into hay. ha
He then cut and fed oats to July 7, no
when cut grass was fed up to the 16th, br4
after which he began cutting and feed- foi
ing green corn-fodder, which, with an liv
acre of clover to hel p out, lasted till the br
5th of October, when he fed hay, eab- all
bage leaves and turnip tops until the thi
cows were put into winter quarters. bo
Mr. Ifanum, of Conn., keeps 0 cows on sli
a one hundred acre farm. le never sot
turns out, to pasture and therefore io of
doing away with fences altogether. In en
April he Outs rye, sown at intervals the an
fall previous, three bushels to the aere; wi
rye is followedt by clover, next oats, th
and then green corn. lie raises beets tot
at th rate of 1700 bushels to the acre mi
to feed with corn meal in the winter. mi
Ilis cows are kept stabled except four ti
hours in the twenty-four. They pre- to
for the stables, especially in fly time. oJ(
In warm summer nights they are let
out in a commoidious yard. Manuring
30 acres hea Ily each year he gets
nearly all over the farminI three years, gl
and rapidly increases Its fertility. As Il
soon ai- the solling systemi is generally I
understood more ifarmners will adopt it., c1
especially, of course, in the Eastern and By
Middle States, where land is dear. t,
The objection generally raised is that It ib
makes work. Of course It does. But ar
the more work a farmer tis, if it pays,
the better, we should say. If It i8 de- n<
sirable to avoid work let us not plow 81
nor plant, at all ; take it "alsy, amd if be
we cani't be aisy, be us alsy as we can.'' gri
We close by saying thatijust now is the
time to make a start, with the system.
Sow E vorgreen su.ar corn in rows, (we pc
s-ty rows because we mean it,) three br
feet aparl', pt,etty thick in the irow. an
Keep it well cultivated uutil ears are w
formed and then out and feed to the ta
cows. You will med it in July and i
August to patch out the pasturage. al
Sow again towards the last ot the th
m11onth, and in the middle of Joune. tv%
This will give als- a steady supply of pr
splendid ears all the summer and fall. toi
SicK Fowi.s.-ln doctoring sick rowls th
It should be remembered that no lledi
clue cures by magie, but only by being i
pro et'ly administered. Nor will any 81
med3(line, however good, take the place
of proper food and care. It will not
cure fowls nor keep them healthy if Or
they are compelled to roost in quarters
that are damp, filthy and infested withi
vermin, or if they are forced to drink tr
wate, that is foul and reeking with
pestilence. Every poultry-koeper
should huve at hand a package of Pow
der and then he showild keel) a sharp 10
watch of his flock so that at the very of
first appearance of disease it may be pa
checked. ,1 ust as sooni as sick fowls are w
d[--overed, separate them from the rest a
of the 110cik. I f not, very sick, or' If they cli
are valuable fowls, put, themn ini dry, ro
warm and lgight coops. Use dry' earth hic
freely in the ir coops; give only clean,.b
freshm water to dr~ink ; If well enough "1
to eat, feed lightly with soft feed, bread so
and milk or scaldedl meal and bran, and ,"
be sure to adm nister the medicine reg
uilarly and faithfully. It' a foavl is too
sick to eat, and after fasting t wenty- mi
four hours it still refuses to taste tood, in
a little tmaty be0 forced down~i it.s thr oal. Ii
But unuless fowls are very valuable it TI
hardly ever pays to (1Oct0or them whenth
t>)0 sick to feed the'mselvyes. W hat- ee;
over t he disease miay be it 1isiP imotanit go(
to s.'p.irate the sick fowls fromi those of'
that are well. It ia folly to (lose the
W3le fioek because one or t wo are
sick, andl it (lees the sick ones iio good, de
for generally3 they get none of' lie med
ictie. Contagious diseases wvili eprc .<1~
raplidly through a flock if sick birds j8
are allowedl to dirink froim the samne
vessels and to r'oost in the same houses
wvith the others.
CAn,AGcwrm FO oI;( Pu iu'rs - -
Cabbage hass at su periom' valiue for fed
Ing pur mposes. En iglishi cattle feeders
asesei't that thei r beasts progre.css tastei'r
on cabbatge mIxed wvithm fine cut wheat thi
straw and1 cott,,n cake, than wim thany
othier'vegetable. (Cabbagecontains one fe
part 1 sh-forming substance to, thriee
of heat,-pro hueing, wvhile in potatoes
thme flesh-'foi'ming is only3 0one init wen
ty . Cabbamge is also rich in minleral'
,Som,ie weekAs aigo Prof. ee' (utlrne cal
leuI t' attentl di of phy3skIlts to lie tat
that while iii inel was:i positivsely' eee- at
trilled wh'len rubbed ws'ith ebtmonite, anmd
Olon ite wits anl so posiivelj' electriftied at
when rubbed wi't iglas5s, llinnel ruibbed( g
wsith glass wvas negativ5ely' (elctrilied wv
Professor Ayrton lhas eomhevoi'ed to ac. wv
cunat for' thec anomaiy on thle groun d
thant one ore more oft the suibstanices was
tan ehectrolyte. Ohltss is atn electrolyte, hec
and a battery hand bein made fromn i.. bj
lie andi Pr'of'essor' Perry hadl shown thait lu
in a pile0 made timp of various substance, w,
one ei' more of which were electrolytes, q
though Lihe rest wvere metals. the elee- w
tromiotive force of' the p)11e was equal to
the algebraic sum of thme several patirs~
composing it,, bitt it, was not equal to jt
the electromotive force of the tlrst and
final plates made it).i a pair.
R?uAor blades arec forged f rom cast
steel, the har's bei1ng r'otughly pr'epa red .r
to one hiueh In breath and a sixteenthj
of an inich in thickness. 'Time blades d
are heated in~ a coke or' charco(al fire,1
.and dlipped into thme wvater obliquely.
In temTpering, they are laid on thmeir'c
backs upfon a clear f1i'e, about. hahlf a
dozen together, atnd they are removed
-one at a time, wshen the edges, which
are as yet thick, come downi to a p)ale ~
strawy color, 0o
In Germanyj a (deep hole was bored bym
the diamond rock dIrili, 3315 feet being
attained in six mont hs. This is hiot so
deep as one made by the Priussian U:v
ernent a few yeai's ago, which was
4183 feet deep, but took four years to I
Wh'eels, drums, or pulleys for wvire
rope, shiould be at least 361 times the size
of the wire, and larger If practlcable, R
as the larger' the pully13 the less wear' ont
- the rope, it,
To anneal steel first make it red hot,
then put-it in a heap of' dr'y sawdust till
cold, when it will be found to be equlte ull
APPLE ]DUMPLINO.-Take some fine
sifted Hour, say. lb., and half the
antity of sIet (t h1.), very- finely
red, and well freed from skin. Mix
3 suet and flour, add a pinch of salt
d half a teaspoontul of baking pow
r, with sufficient cold water or milic
make it of the right consistency.
lead it well, and roll it out to the
lekness required. Divide this paste
:o as many pleces as are required for
3 dumplings. Take some large-sized
plea, peel, core, sugar and a clove.
ver then wIth the paste, and join
) edges carefully. 'le each dump
g up In a floured cloth, and boil
)ut an hour. Untie them carefully,
Ii turn them out without baking
om; serve with cream and sugar.
B.-A little current Jolly may be
)stituted for the butter, sugar and
;PIEAKINO OF TOAwr, comparatively
v know what, really good toast is. A
ity singe of one or both sides does
t make toast; nor do thin slices of
%ad dried through. Cut slices of uni
'm thickness, a plump one-half or
c-elglths inch ; move around over a
1sk lIre, to have all parts toasted
ke; keep only so iear the coals that
3 pieces will be heated through when
th sides are well browned. If the
zhtest point is blackened or chaired,
ape it off, or it will spoil the flavor
the whole. If covered with an
rthen bowl, it will keep both warm
d moist. A clean towel or napkin
11 answer If It is to go at once to
table. But nobody can mako good
tst out of poor bread. Stale bread
Ly be used for nillk toast; sour oread
ty be improved by toasting it
rough t heavy bread makes poor
tst. Sweet, light .,rcad, only a day
1, or less, makes the best toast.
A Good lioulsowifo.
The good housewito', whon site is
ving her house its spring reiovat
g, should boar in iuind that the dear
mates of her house are more pre
yua than many houses, and that their
st.em,ns need cleansing by purifying
e blood, regulating the stomach and
wels to prevent and cure the diseases
iting from spring malaria and niias
1, and11 she must knlow that libere is
thig that will do it go perfeelly aid
rely as HIop Bitters, the purest and
st of mnedl0nes.-Concord .N. H. Pa
NI UTTON 1i A931.-Flry one Oin1011 Ch0)
1 small, wit" some butter, till it Is
11wned ; add a tablespoonful of flour,
d1 one and a half or two gills of stoek,
l a few cloves, someio pepper, salt to
te, a teaspoonful of waliot ketchup,
If that quantity of Worcester sauce,
(I a tolspooln fill of tomato sauice. Siir
1 whole together, let it boil once or
'Ice, and then strain it Into a sauce
n. When cold, lay the pieces of mut
1t in it with this sauce, and place the
ueepan by the side of the lIre, s that
e con1teits are very gradually lio. t -d ;
ake tile saucepan ocensionally, but
yer let the hash boil. Serve with
)pets of bread fried in butter.
We cheerfully call the attontion of
r readers to the mierita of Dobbiis,
ectric Soap, (made by (ragin & Co.,
illadelpiia,) who confidently ask a
al. The 8011) will tell its own story.
e advise you to try It.
Bl-tu Rol.I.s.-The roiiais of cold
list or boiled beef, seasoning to taste
salt, plipepr and inlwed herbs; pif'
ste. Mince the beetf tolerably fine,
th~ a small amlount of its own fat; ad:!
enIsonhing of' pepper and11 salt and(
01pped( herbs); put the whiole into0 a
ii of puff' paste anud bake for half' an
:umr, or ra~thier longer, should1( the roll
very large. lheof patties may be
tde of cold meat, by mincing aind sea
uin beeuf as diriected above and1( h:ak
SIn richul pas1'j)1te ini patty Linus.
iilow 'To M At<x( TPA GO Ft'nruxnE.--A
'thod hasi been1 dliscoered for' imak
mnoire than the uisuai quuantity3 of' tea
mi any given Ottantity of the leaf.
.c w holo scruet conisists ini Eteamning~
leaf' before steepi .1g. 113' tIs p)re
us it is .9aid( fouirteeii pinits o1' good
ality my be brewed from'oine1 ounce
An iy 3ou bald( ? UAn unoi.i SIx, at deo..
'-ized extract of pet roleumn, the only
re for baldness, hais been1 imaproved,
that it is now the nmost dhelightfuli
easi ng ini the world. The onily r'eal
tural hair restorer ever priodluced.
PJCIcxi) MlUrTON IIAusI -:i'hree gal
8s1 of sot, water,,onie pouind of coarse
gar', two cunllce of' saltpetei', thi'ee
unus1 (of c01 loo salt. Boil and r'e
)w' the sctumi, and1( when cold pour
er' the meat. In two or three weeks
e hiam wvill be excolient for baking
boilinig. it may be smoke I if prue
V F:xT'IIxx.-For'01 eracag all im)
itl's of the blood f'ronu the sy'stemi,
has no equal. It hu:ts never failed to
ecet a cure, glving~ tone and( r-trenlgth
t,le .yste dli(ebili tated by dilsease.
G~ naas. oni a carpt, if niot of' long
iahinig thle spo0. w ih hot soa p-suds(1
di b)o ax--hal1f an on nec of borax to a
1l1)n of' water'. Usa a clean cloth to
SP'OT8 on furn'lit.ur'e, fromi anything
I, 01ioriro alcohol, can be removed
r'uibbing hard with swcet-oil Iand
t5sh ini ilk-wiai'm ssap-suids, .dry3
Iekly and1( polish by i'ubbling bisk 1y
Li' y'ou cann,ot take the baby to thie
un'11:y, itse D)r. Bull's Baby byru'tp
r the risual dhisO!1ses of early 0c111d
od. Praice 26 cents a bottle.
PA INT, pitc o 01arii cani be0 r'emoved
r>tn1 ciothi or' wood by riubbing it wIth
rpenOitinle, If (lie Pallit has beOcomle
y, put a f'ew dIrops of the turpJenltine
the spot, aiid fot it stand1( if all the(
nlot remiiove'd, rreeat the work. Whenoa
tirely gone, ruboIl' with alcohol.
I r brooms are0 wet in boiling suds
ce a wee"k they will become v'ery
uigh, will not cut a catrpet,, will last
u1ch longer, and alwvays sweep like a
P'AJNT the InsIde wails of a cor'n
use with coal tar and it wi dIrive
cevils from the corn. It costs but a
w dlollars a barre, and a bar1irel will
at several years in hen houises and(
TIo remove rust fromla 8stovepipe
Lab with linseed oil (a lit,tle goes a
>od way); build a slo)w fire at first till
drys. Oil in the Speing to provint it
Pavo3NTLY Break up your Cold by the ti.vely
rot :. n syne'su anpot aan i old remedy
T r volZUolreabh g5ie
he was met by his dearest Maria with
the harrowing tale of Bridget, the
cook'kerose ne disaster. "Oh. John!"
she began, we've had such a terrible
time! Bridget tried to hurry up the
fire-poured kerosene on it-blew up
-burnt her to deatij-oh oh l oh l"
Perkington is a wonderful mai, a mian
for an elergenoy. le replied, as a
man not used to being thwarted in his
purposes: "Discharge her immediate
ly, Maria; discharge her immediately,
I won't have such a woman In the
Before you begin your heavy spring
work after a winter of relaxation your
system needs clealsing and strength.
ening to prevent on attack of Ague.
Bilio1us or Spring Fever, or some other
Spring sickness that will unfit you for
a season's work. You will save time,
much sickness and great extense it
ou will UsO one bottle ot Hop -Bitters
ri your family this month. Don't wait.
-Burlin"eon ll keye.
WnIRN a Wisconsin man sits up in
his collin and demands to know what
the ravxet is, the chief mourner says:
"See here, sir, we're perrorming our
melancholy duty to a deceased triend,
and it you try to kick up a disturbance
or do anything to mar the solemnity of
the oca sdou, you'll get hurt." And
then "the corpse" is jaimed down in
to the co0la again aid the lid screwed
on. They can't afford after the funeral
bills had been paid to have tho monvy
wasted, esliecially as WisconsinI men
ar- not usually worth two funeral bills.
A coMPANY of suiapegraces meeting a
plous ol( man named Samson, one of
them exelaiimed, "Ah I now we're safe.
We'll take Samson along with us, and
then. should we be set upon by a thous
and Philistines, he'll slay them all."
"My young friend," q1ieutly resl)onded
the old man, "to do tWit, I boIuild have
to borrow youir jaw bone I"
SoMaILonY says "Oratory is dead."
They would clane the1r opinions stid.
deily and most decidedly If thev enuldl
hear the avt r ige woniman d1 ours - up .n
watsling Tdays. an I when icianing
house. Then it is th it the male par.
ner in fhle connubial concern slinks
away, and thinks ie is golng to be
"killed dead" by her orational powers.
A Los AngelOs SUILy SCIIool boyN
hiag discovered the nmaning of i1w
word "Slah," foind iI thlI bin. He0
told the teacher that it was foid at
the end of versos and chapters, and
tiat i stood for "Whoa Emma."
SQUALI.S went out west, got I nebriate
inisulted a man's wiie, wi as areil ant.
feathered, escortedo ut of town )y a
(Ital)ltlition of cilzenis, an1d now wher
questione i as to whit he waJs (10
in11' when awiay fr-omn home, truthfulh3
replies lie was a raii Ioatd man.
TiiE pronounced opliiol of tle l)lesJ
physichans all over the country Indl.
catei that Ir. Bull's Baby Syrup is th<
best remedy for all the souffrings oi
[lithe children caused by Wind Colle
Dysentery, Diarrhwtl or Summer Com,1
plaint. Price 25 cents.
A NEiy song is entitled, "Ile sleeps
where he fell."' Hie must have beer
thorouglhly inebriated, and outof sighl
of a policeman. A 3ober nian wouk
got right upl insteaid of' going to sleep).
A MICuloAN woman oeured1 a sitting
hen by placing a redm hot glass egg Ih
t.he nest. lcins know when not to be
sit as wvell as tile mnan who gets uip oil
A R!DGEi(VKJ.n man11 has invented a
chair wimch can be adj usted to 8,0t
diifferenCt p) >sit.1on8. It is designedI for
the boy to sit. in when having lis hahm
"M~ a. SatITu father wants to borroni
your' papecr. lie ontly wants to reac
it.'' '"Well, go back anid tell your Ia
thor to send( me) hiis StIlpper'. Tell h1111
I only wanit to eat it.'
Tits game of lifteen-aweet fif teen
is long clothes, store ha~ir, hiangs.
bangles, b:irbnr-mbole stocki ngs,frz
zies, bustles a young man wit,h whi,el
to tide over the ice-cream seaison.
"TfHmAT's the Ifirst hop1 Of the season,'
remaiked a dancig-master ats hhi
yonung hopeful sat downi Oin a t'ick
Tihen the muisic started and thle b)aw
TJronmr shoes5 are salid by Boestoni ci
lts to mako bad eyesight. Now we
may a(coumnt for the fact that barcfool
1)0ys sdes so muich th'at is goimng on.
A LAnY for the first time listening t<
the "'still small voice'' or a telephone
iremar'ked, Good granciouis, It sounds(1
just like one's conselecue l''
A noev wiho( can't, walk half a mile on
an errand bieaiuse lhe is s-o tir edl, wil
r'ide a veloelped(e all (day,' yelling likc
a Comlanche to "'3lear the tra ek~ !''
THi a qid song of NothIng but Tear's
is comin n vm ~oguec againm with th<~
Wet -her3sleid girils. Th'iey are'1 weed in
Tnnm new stay1 law has no rt f -relic
to wVomen lachi.g thieimsel ves to dthtI
or to veseelh. 1I1th have yet the righm
to "go in stays."
Ti'immY wient fishing. Shte lookew
.aniguiihlv at him and said, "'I wish thm
ilh would bile aut your hoo0k ; if I waii
a fish I would.''
Aroundl tuc Wourld.
A fame that, is worl-widie and ae
quired in the short space of a few years
must have true merit for its sup')ort
Dr,. P'iereo's 'Family MedIcines, Itav(
gained such fame and the Iorelgr
oi'ders for hits Golden Medical DI)s
cove'y-the greatest blo od-pu)1 i 1or oi
the age, for 1118 Pleasant P'urg)stiv(
Pellets (litt,le sugar-coated pills), him
l"avorite P'rceciptoin-womani i's besh
I rienld-and other reeiesi became SC
great, that a branch of the World's
I ispensary has beei established iir
L.ond(on, England, for t heir manuiifact
tire. From this (dpot thley are shippeil
to every part of ECurope, and to thi
East Indies, China, Japan, and( othem
couintr'ies. Theiier 8sale in both Nor th
1and( bouthi America is perlfee:ly enorm
ouis and increasing yealy. Woi'ld'
D)ispensary Medical Association, Pro.
prictors, liflalo, N. Y., and Great Rtus.
sell Street Buildings. Londlon, Eng.
ROYAL OaN'rna, 0ass Uo., 1nd,
D)r. Rt. V. Piinoxc:
JJear Str-~i take pleasure in writing
my tes5gmonly wiithi others in regard te
your valuable medieine. For a lon,g
time I have sulffered from disease of th<
lungs and until I used your Dilscover3
found nothing that did ime anmy good,
Thanks to it, I am relieved and recom
mend it to all. Your. truly,
M&nv KiwNe a
SYMPTOMs.-Slight pain.in the side,
the skin and eyes assume a thick yellow
coat, digestion is impaired, an unpleas
ant sllking sonsation at the pit of. tihe
stomach is experienced, the bowels are
irregular, the niind fretful, the mem
ory weakened, sometimes a slight
cough, coldness of the bands and feet,
sometimes loss of appetite and at others
unWgtural oraving for food, dizziness
of tlie head, W1urring before the eyes,
depressed spirlta,fvelitg of uneertalnty,
of having loft something unione btt
anl't tell what It is. Take Simmons'
Liver Regitlator, it will renove all
these feelligs and make you well.
.SAVED FnoM -rE THY nAVE -"You will
please let it be known to the world
that your Regulator has saved tue from
the grave. rhavo suffered fOr many
years with Indigestion and Liver Coni
plaint, and took everything that was
recommended to nie without any relief,
until I tried Siinnions' Liver Regula.
tor; it has oured me entirely. Recon
lnend it to the hunnan race.
"J. U. BuuKwr, Jeffersonville,
Twiggs 4;o., Georgia."
.fi a half pint of vinegar and a lialf
pint of milk. When they have formed
a curd take the wbites of five eggs and
boil the whole together; lift Into thein
sufilotent quickline to make the whole
into a piaste. it is good cemnt to liold
broken glass and crockery.
A new plastlc omposition has been in.
vented in London, lorned of 1Ian
washed river sand, blue ilas lime, and
common cemnent in about equal propor
tions. Tli com position is moulded in
to tihe fortu of bricks or slabs, and,
withoit 1iring, it dries quickly and re
sists the action of the atmosphere.
A Monument of Geld
Rhould be erect3d In monory of the inventor
of *Anakeets," the grot external Pilo Rom
ed Mr. J"am4e J. 13a-ett. of Erii, Penna.,
Bites as follows :
Bfersa. NP-A;YDTV & 04.:
ORNTLEMK--En0'o e-) 111.1 P. Co. or,er for
$1.00 fer whioh send box o! "Anakools." I
have used two boxes and feol it my duty to Pay
to you that by ho use of yolr simple remedy
I have been rainerl fromx the brink of despair
to the Joyful hope of Poon boinu Able to de
olaro myeo:f oratiroly cured. One month's
tr.al, at the enail oxpense of the coat of ono
box of "Anakes" has givon me more relief
than two yeari doctor.ng with our b-st phyilo
lana bere. ourely a monumont of gold should
be rceo ed In memory of the inventor of Ana
kesis. Bond at onoo if pos-ible.
I shall be pleased to ri ply to any one who
inquircs as to the merits of your valuable ti
medicine, Phou'd you s-5 it to publish this.
Sincerely your servant..
JANtrEs y. BAs9rnr. Erie, Pa. h
"Anakeals" is t.old by all drugi:-ts. Prioo
$1.00 par box. amp'o soent i froe to all Bur
fereri on application to "Anakos.*" Depot,
Box 3910, Now York.
WHAa women. young or old, niarriod or sin
gle Nvill be groatly benelitted by takimg, Kid
noy-Wort.. It ii tonio and oh!ansing.
A Valuable Gift Free.
A book on the Liver, its disoeass and their
treatment sent free. InoludinRc treatises upon I
Liver ComplaintS, ''orj)td Liver, Jaundice,
Biliounaleaki, llattaclaQ. Comntipation. Dyspop
ria, Malaria. oto. Ad.Wross Dr. Banford 162
Broadway, Now York city, N. Y.
A VAnD.-To all wio are setfforiung from the or
rora andindliterottonts 4f ionti norvotis w,akneaa,
ea rly decay. tons of nanioo I, etc., I will sI8nd a It.e
cipo that will cure you. I-mx oF VHARoic. This
%roat romeoty wasd lcov. r-t ly amissinonary in South
rmfe. afislf- addtaa.aerollo 01I- e -Po t a th0Rev.
J08I11 J. INA.Station D.uw York hity.
Thne Voltalo Delt Co., Alaraliall, Meh. 3
Will send -thoir colebra'ed Electro Voltale
Belte to the afflicted upon 80 days's brial. I
Opooy ourt- guarairtonfA They mean what
they may. Wtite to themi without delay.
marofua timeraf,ulous gnsr asee
Colds, Slicers, Iironchtitts,
Pains ian tihe Side, ('onstipatfon. Cose
incise, Ne'rvonatmess. I'aiss an lea
ilu.cak, Faintnesse at thce Iana~. -
nets,I KIdmaey Cotnplait,
Fem.sale Weakseena and
TIhts preparation Is soientiflo lily and ehemi
allyI comnedc, aind so si,ronagly concent,ratoet
from rooty, harb>s a ad bairks, iat it:S good of.
tours ate realze. ammodlately after com:nenc
lng t.o take It, There Is no utiseaso a the numian
ays'tem for wich the Vevfetine cansot be used
withn per-fect s.cfety, as it dtoes not contiaa
any tiamiaitl comipound. For eralhati ug the ~
sy.st em or all imptirit.ios o; tine blood It has no
equali. it hnas never- fatted to etTeu't a cure, glv
1hn tone aind strentgt'a to t,he sy~stemn debilitated
by (tiseaus. its woinderful efreem upon the comn
.inlta named are surpailsing to alt. Matay have
eena curedi by the Vegettnie thaut hnave trIed
mantfy othoC rem -dies. 1It can well be catted
Til E GRE ~AT BLOOD PURiFiER. f
Dr. W. Ross Writes:
sCoTA Iavan CohMLAINT. DYSPEPasiA, RHus
M!ATism, wEAKNEss. a
a1. R. SmrsEs, Boston:
I have been practising med:clne for 25 years,
antd ans a rt mtaty3 fair do orula. LIver C~omplatuat,
Dysnpopata, micumatisam, weakanes, antI all dis
eca of tIne ltoud, I hatu e never founad Its equal.
I hiave a ad vges tno for 7 years aind have never
lad 0on0 bOttle returned. I woautd hetartity re~
commnend It, to those in need (af a bio .d purifier
sept. 18, 15i8. Witon. lo Cve.
1s TIIE BEIsT
SPIRING M EICINE
Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists.
O f h ni d 52 m'om' V sitinag Onards, with name.
41U oea. J. MI.4Ki.L-.1t 04 ,N ' .eanN. Y.
R A T BARCAINS 1-n.
WATCHlES and OLOCK9,
li tek ao(t a'm tf.'in WV Ind,ii n afa lch.....~.....66 0
lutij Htlvaer siajm -W iaading ntath tit l ang
Ia a G:lai anazo I se Siemn-w nd:nala . Clack...2 10
saant i. mnaif o'n r coip: f partc(a, se.'ad f.r clrcan!ar.
A S ll itAt N M A N'F AC1Ttlt1' AG ENTs,
Na.1lid Liberty Street, New iork (City.
MAKE 5NIIL A Y.
An Englia. vet er nary surgeon and Ohemfut now
travellin i n ikis caauatry,as ta ut most of thae io
andl Cattle Pawdor-a here na wdrtlnlesa trash, Heo
a:ayuthata-hdardian's Conaditlon P'owdo,a anre cbs.
erth will mak eaa lay like ttnrdan Coantlom
Powders. laa~1a:.a teaa.paan tan on, plant of fetid
mold *mrywhere. or nn by mal: for eIght toter
stamp.. 1. 8. JollN Co., Blanger, Mo.
OC h)V1)A1 lR0iKKPN (with full
oneeQt i on , 2 to I.for o n-third
theanny aaa,na iiecaipos Lar0 klde of Ink, alr
tolors,, she nt.b r) t a- ~ n ta. Aaddrean
Ha t, EDiS (Y, P. M., Alvarado, Tas.
SIF YOU WOULD 113 PItOPERh
oorrspon toauited ith spectacles, apply I
DU. N> 0.a ORAl ptioiaa,
W8 N. TWE?,F I stre
a.For ins e
ncit ylatla'toa. Alos
of tong standing in
ra 7 ATrl,:Atea on In lam n I o
The Oni Medicine
That Aets at the Sano Time on
The Uyer, the Bowels ud tle Kidneys.
These greiat organs are the natural cleans
er* of t sysem. Iftheyworkwell health
will bobperfectl if they bcevornee
Billosness, Headache, Dyspepsia, Jaun.
dice, Constipation and Piles, or Kid.
ney Gomplalnts, Gravel, Diabetes,
or ,heumatic Pains and Aches,
are developed because the blod is poisoned
with tliabumrne that should have been
will restore the healthy actioneandall theae
desn es wie banished;I neglect
thornand ou wll obut to sufter.
Thousandshave beencured. ryritaudyou
will add one more to the nuin or. Take It
andhealth wlloncemorogladdeon yourheart.
WhyfSleleaMtkest*etoe eatMa gbeli
KIrNT-WoR will cure ou. Try a pack
age at once and be satisnil.
It is a dry uegstable compnd and
One Paekagemakessix quartsofr edlan,%.
l'our Drunggi a it, or tail get it for
you. InisUpon lavingts. ioc e*.00
WELIle, RICAURSOn 6 Co., h'roprietort,
Appolio, rorr-shing slopp, the arqil lien re reall
Ild itro blesitigi i tto dant upon thle reparst
ye pr *c.ts whitch tis VIicol.,ss '3'vlgo- wit st-od
Y 11111111tOR Mid carries t,* a mecomsafrti coluclusion.
I,ovon 14 rstored and sustmaiuce offorie' to
-ell life-1119tis ilig orff m by lie Ilillpr . which is
111lrellso ovell t4o ile fa ni, III alate, vegetable la
J1IPo0jtI0IIm andai III-Irousthly. alte.
For salo by all DruggIsts and Deilers generally.
A YEAR anti expenses to agents.
Outfit Free. Addrels
P.0. VICKERY, Auguista, Ale.
1entN Wante for the richly illustrated and only
LD compete and authetttno hitory o
t describe RoyaLPalacesl Rare Curiosities, Vealth
I lion r OPS eWant it. ThS 11 to b6spt c6easc of
,our1IN-o mao ninoy.llow reo-ctob-ponny,,
ltat4ons. r-ond for firdtalate contaire g a full
mecrl pCon of titew-.ork and extira tors to Agents.
udros, NATIONAL PUI:SINr o(;.. 11hladelphs.
6WENTS WANTED to Sell the NEW BOO,
FARMING FOR PROFIT
-TELLS HOWv TO
Wt'sall the Farm Crop* in the Best jwanner.
re.Ieed and Careforatoki1 Gow Fruits Mnagj
Arm 1111ssN Make Happy Huames. and
low to ItTake lViolley oil ttle Fara,
4yr Farter iaold have a coy. 800 Pages.
,!0 Illustrations. Send for ci rculars to
-. McCURDY A O. Philadelphia. Pa.
V1iit'mir:'t %. '6% Utinn 'li' ulia
atim safet mot a treeabie an eiVrtual remedy in
rem what cause, or how long standing, by giTing
TURDIVANT'S CATARRH REMEDY
his fact Ti i dicine isvy pleasan and can
I Dru es and by HOLLO ba6 , A
treet, Fhila&elphia., Ar
~atent Brokers' and Inventory'
uctia. ieats toblaimsii to:uriea byabe o
i owest Tern s. Uer sp.m,denuo solicited. 01l
11?. CRBt1Vl1KAW, 3fansager,
839 Archs Street. PulL INDEIJuI1'A.
GR EAT WESTERN GUN ,WORKS,
R end stamp for Catalogue.
ltlile,.Shotouns. Iievol,srs.sento.o. d. for examination
s the Oi ilable Concentrated Lye for FA M ILl
tIs ulweIgh; ni sr ogi.
A8IK FOR sAPONIFIxIm,
A ND TAKE NO OTN ER.
PENN'A ALT MIANUIF'Q CO., PHILAD'A
*Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cuaros
usmmon Blotch, F'insple, or Eruaption,, Ersail
Rtough Skin, in short, all diasems caused y
purl i~ng, and invigorating meieo.
lalbcially has it manifested its potency inc
teci, and Ealargi at u is.orand wl
It' you felcd (It di rower, deobilitatted, havie a
ta face or body, froqutent hoeadache or diizziness
dieornatedi with hot ilnshes, irregular appetite,
Sorpld Liver, or "iliousn,ess." As a remi
edlicalI DIscovery has no egnial, as It effects je
In the cturo of lBrouneb Itl, Severe tough:
uniptioni, it lhas astonished the medical tacult
treatest medical discovery of the ago. Sold by
No use of takii
a.. el Pellets (LittleJ
UUYU ~ 5seeds.
* The''Alittle Giant''"pathsrtie. Stona,Reed
about Stousneh, Rush or Bleed to hIead, taco
101d by druggists. ,VI 5a' DISPE~NSARYT 3
S. M. PETTEI
37 PARK 1ROW, New Yo'k, &
Estimates for one or more i
in any unuber of papesrs, furnil
It (lites lhatter the gilt.edged enlor the yer yad
For Sunday Schools I I
For Temperance I.
-niTE 1ETM NEW nOOlKs I
Temperance Jewels, T n
Joflaana,ins or y qnai'ilatI"u tobe a stannarJ
ndmicino'lt tadste,.are fouri tr'aot
There are no-rsi a und iongR. apeelluou oopiej
mailed ior 30 ets. 13.W per dozon.
(The o eor --nd larmr blok, riet Tempe.
White Robest The purest, White Robes I
hwootedt and boat to
White Robes of ltiniay White nbees IN
Sahool Snig Books.
White Robes! IMalled White Robes!
for 30 cents.
White Rebest i3.0 p-r doS. White RobesM! 0
rmperance L0ght, M. . flugg a
serfect '-10etrio" lilit fr riillanco avid beauty. P1
ulat, 32 of the very biii mougs by 2? of the v..ry lati w
Luth-o . t6ti~ud sie for 010 pur hunadred. Mailed for tt
2 cents. U
,lNew.1I hi chool 8 vnir BLank. THlE WELOOMB
IvU US, I nearly through ti e p We LO.
DlIver Ditson & Co., Boston, at
J. E. I)ITSON, a CO.,
1228 Cheatibut Street. Pihiaadelphan.
- -6 01
RETAIN THE HEAT LONGE
0 NOT BURN THE HAND.
IR BOTH WAYS.
Bladder, Urinary and Liver Diseases, Dropsy, re
Gravel and Diabetes, are eured by
HUNT'S REMEDY, N
the Great Kidney and Liver Medicine.
HUNT'S REMEDY I
cures Bright's DisenRe, Retention or Nonreten.
tion of Urine, Painas hn the Back, Lois, or Side.
cunres Intemperance, Nervous Diseases, General
DebIlity, Female Weakness and Excesses.
cures BIiousness, Headache, Jaundice Sour
Stomach, Dyapepsia, Constipation and Pile.. g
HUNT'S REMEDY ~
ACTS AT ONCE on tihe Kidneys, Liver, and 1
Bolns.i restoring them to a hialathy action, andS
CURE.S when all othier medicines fall. Hun. D
dreds hanve been saved wiho have been given up I
to (d10 by friendas and phiysicians.
Rend for panmphlet to i
WIM. Et. CLARKE, Providee, E. 1. c.
Trial size, 75 cents. Large size cheapest, b
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. b
B, iii. Ii N. *. ?u' sainiiy tin
hrdasre61 ta ni, tnunt' Snrs, sap pmakers.etoe.
i. (A. BLATCSrLEy,
308 MARKET 8treet, PilL'nDELPIllA. Pa.
Those answerinag~n ~atavrlisemnaE'~w
confer a favor uapon tine ad'veratiser anda thne
utblishnerbly stating that ti ysaw tihendlver
Usment intilsjounrnal (man nng the paperyn *
all Humonrs, fromn tine wvonst Mcrofunluto a b
pelns, 'Anit-hnen, Fever~ Hones, Meanly or al
aoo,ne conqnure by this ponerfual, 1%
trIng Tetter, Rose Uaih, hells, launa.
Ings, WVhite Swellings, tGoItre or Thici
low color of skIn, or yelioivishn-brown spots *$
bacd taste in mounth, Internal heat or* ehl lia Ia
and toanguo conteui, you are sufrorin fromn Ii
niy for all such cases Dr. 'Ierce's Aobtlen la
feet and radical cnres.
. Weak ILuzngs, andl early stages of ('ene S
V, anad mninenut phnysicitas pronnounce it thna y
I 'telre 'rplie nausseous 11111s. These In5
lis) arerely iarsger than snunsiarnte of
ly vegetable, no partIcular cnre is requi redt ay
mn. They opnerate without isturbance t1o tine
occuplation. For .anundince, Uledche,
Impure hltoodl, Pain n thne SIhoulders,
facest, Dammineass, Sounr Ernetations fra a
raste in Jioutha, iolus nttacks Pauin an
nacy., lunternali Fever, inoanec feelinag
Drs. Piercea 'sIPansaant Purngative P'eltets, I
RDCALa ASSOCIATION, P'rop'ra, Buffalo, N. t.
\lJGILL & CO.,
701 CIIESTNUT St., Philia.
iertions of any avertisemnent,
ecd on application.
EALTH 1S WEALTH*.
Health of Boy s ealth or Ild
avafs Sa'sapari s Remslyent
Pure blood makes sounO Besh, bo%no and
Clear skin. Ify wo.4 have your ora,
nr bones sound witoutosu caries, and yot toom.
exion fair, use 4adwqJv'9 earsaparilian
"To Ours a aooNio or Lo STANDIU DEURAND
truly a victory in the healing art; that reas04
gpower that clearly discerns Dusmo and supi
les a remedy-, that restores step y
are-the body which ba been atwal
eked and weakened by an insidious dta
it only commands our respect but 3dt
ir grattude. Dr. Radwa) baa furnish9d man
nd with thai wonderful remedy, lltawwy'S
rompartlaaaf Resel vent, which acom
Ishes this result, and sufgering humanity,.
10 drag out an existence of pain and disease,
rough long days and long nlghte, owe him
air gratitudle.-mfa Meenger.
FALSE AND TRUE.
We extract from Dr. Radway's "Treatise OS
lease and Its Cure," as follows:
List of IDiseasem cur*d by
Radway's SarsaDarlillan Resolvent
Jhronto Skin Diseases, Caries of the Bon
amors in the Blood Scrofulous Diss ises. Ba
unnatural habit of Body, Syphilis and wene.
Al, Fever Sores. Chronio or Old Ulce, sat
teum, Rickets, White t3welling, Scal,il eAd,
erne Affections, Cankers Glandular Swell
?s, Nodos, Wasting and DeOAy of the Body.
inples and Blotches. Tumors, Dyspepsia, Kid
y and Bladder Diseases Chrontc lh.umatism
d Gout, Consumption, braveL and Caloulous
posits, and varieties of I he abovo complaints
which sonetimes are given Apeolous names.
We aspert that there is no known remedy titat
asesses the curative power over these dis
sea thilt RADWAv'S IlsOLvENT furnishes. It
rea, step by step, surely. from the founda,
in. and restorem the Injured parts to theft
und condition.6Tbe wasitaof he body
e sopped and. healthy blood is app.
led to Che systen, from which new ma
lal is formed. This is the Esat corrective
wer of HAD WAT's RsorvsNT. In eases where
I system has been salivated. and Me"cury,
Icksllver, Corrosive Sublimate have accumu
ed and become deposited In the bones, jointe
I., causing caries of the bones, rickets. spinal
rvatures, contortions, white swellings, varl
se veins, etc., the SARSAPAIRLLAN will resolve
lay those deposits an I exterminate the virut
the disease from the system. 0
t those who are taking these medicines toy
5 cure of Chronio. Scrtifulous or 8yphilitto dis.
les, however slow may bo the cure "leel bet.
," and find their general health improving,
r flosb and weight increasin or even keep.
its own is a sure sign that e cure Is pro.
ssing.iIn these diseases the patient either
s better or worse-the virus cf the disease
lot inactive; If not arrested and driven from
) blood it will spread and continue to under
ne the constitution. As soon as the 8AXIA
9ILLIAN makes the pat iont 'feel bet ter," every
ur you will grow hetter and incroase In health,
ength and nosh.
['he removal a those tumors by RADwAT's
sol.1VNT is now so certainly established that
at was 0no cosldered almoit miraculous Is
w a common recognized f tct by all parties.
ltne -s the cases of Hannah P. Knrp Mrs. 0.
'apt. Mrs. J. U. Jolly and Mrs. P. Dh.endrix
blishe l in our Almanao for 179; also that of
I. V. 8. Bibbits, in the present edition of owr
alse and True."
One Dollar per Bottle.
)nly requires minutes, not hours, to relieve
In and cure acute disease. ,1.,
ladray's Ready Relief,
from one to twenty minutes, never fails to
Lieve PAIN with one thorough applio-itlon.
imatter how violent or excrudlating the pain
e R RUMAT10, Bed-ridden, Infirm. Orippled,
irvols, Neurai 0, or prostrated with disease
iy sufter, MWA AY'S RHADY RELIEV will
,ord Instant ease.
flamnation of the KIdneys, Intlamma.
ion or the 11ladder, Iinainmation of the
Bowels, Congestion of the Lungs, Sore
'hroat, Difficult Breathing, Palpliation of
the Heart, 11ysterli, Croup, Diphther.ta,
DJatarrh, Iniuensa. Headache, Toothache,
Neuralgia. Rtheumatism, Cold Chills.
Ague Chills, Chilblaiu., Frost Bites,
Bruises. Sumaner Coimplaints, Ooughs,
Cold, rupralna. Pains in tne Chest, Bash 01
Limibs, are instantly relieved.
FEVER AND AGUE,
Fever and Ague cured for Flfty*0ents. There
not a remedtaL agent in the world that ill
ire Fever and Au,and all othor )talarious,
lious, Scarlet, *lpold, Yellaw and othet
vers (aided by RADw&v's PIuLsQ so quick as
ADwAY's BisADV RHtLIKP.
It will in a low moments, when taken accord
g to directions, cure Crami)s, aBpasms, Sour
omach, Heartburn, 8ick Headache, DiarrhoeA
ysentcry, Colic, Wind in the Bowels, and all
Travelers should always carry a bottle of Bjs
'AY 5 READY RaL. EP with them.- A few dmpa
water wIll profon sickness or pains from
mange of water. It is better than French
randy or bitters na a stimulant.
Kiners anid Lumbermen should always
a provided with it..
All remedial agents capable of destreying life
r an overdo-e should be avoided. Morphine
plumn, strychnine, 'arnica, hyosclamus, and
sker powerful remedIes, does at certain t'hmes,
very small oses, relieve the patient dutring
meir acion ip the sy4tm,' But perhaps the
cond dose, ifrepeated, may aggravate and in
ease.the sufferi.ing. and another dose cause
iath. Tihere is no necessity for using thosa
ncrtain 'agents when a positive remedy like
ADwAYT's READY RuthEF will stop the moat ox
-uolating pain quicker, without entailIng the
ast dJmfoulty in eitbar infant or adult.
THE TRUE RIELiEFP.
RlADwaY' READY RELIEP is the only rmdial
gent in vogue that will Instantly stop jin
* Wifty Cents per fottlse,.
Ladwayfs Regulating Pills.
Perfect Purgatives, Soothing Aperg,
ute, Act Without Pain, Always Etliu.
io and Natural in their Operation.
VEGBTABLE SUBSTITUTE FORt CALOMEL
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with
eeitr nL hpurge, reguzato, purify, cleands
RADWAY a Pimas for the cure of all disorders
'the St onmach, Liver, Bowelsa Kidneys iid
ir, Nervous Diseases lleada -bo, ntpto
Istivenuess. Indigeslont, Dysposaitiou.
's,. Fever, Inflammation ofieBowoa ilie.
Id all derangements of tile Interna. Iiscs'a,
arranted to effect a perfect cure. Pu ely ye
aer,' containing no mercury, minerals or dol
f1"'Observe the following symptoms result
g from Diseases of the BigestIvo Organs; Con.
Ipation, Inward Plhies, F3ullnessof th 'Blood
the Bead. Acidit-y Of the Sto.mach, Nausea
iart,burn, DIsgust Of Peed, Fulinesa or Weight
the Stomachi, Sour Eructa ions, Sinking er
uttering at the (leart Chioking or Suffering
nsations when in a ly ig posture, Dimonea ol
sion, D.ots or Webs before the '8lght, ee
d Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency 'of Per
iration. Yellowness of the Skin and Byes, Pals
thme Side, Chest, Limbs, and Sudden Flushes
Heat, Burning In the Flesh.
& few doses of RADnwAY's PiLLS will tree tage
stem from all the above-named disorders,
Price, Sfl Vents per Box.
SOLD BY DRtUGOlBTSC
READ "JALBE AND TRUR.s"
Send a letter stamp to RA DWA Y * IO,
o. Sa WA RREN, cor. CilUltOli St, New Yorfk,
formation worth thousands will be sent you,.
of lnnweak ma no ae.
eo by oh stru of tetlin Over ci
Silmulants an di us B too e braIn nerve and
Hop BItters, waste, coo lop g,
dIf yt oin gi. nfeing fro nany n.
ao TsI, olI r oung, su llng tai
no,P. rly on o p Bttces
tha o U o uno o
nes cleain , tn- d mot mt
w outiutlei-a y a n 4 mel nse
plaint, dTOO Is ani absolute
Ute ornus at ruknnoss
If youare aim- .Bold 1yrne.
i'"jrnedatrr NEVER ar
life it ha MT CO.
drode' - - -t.b.c,N
q.,RWEFl ashl nsd by either