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EXPR-IMINTAL PLOTs.--We do not
know of anything which would be more
interestingon a farm than a small ex
perimental ground. New plants and
seeds come Into notice every year, but
only a few know which are most valu
able, and the great public depends on
the newspaper editor, some interested
correspondent, or the reports of .some
agricultural society to tell him all about
them. Finally, on the strength of what
fhe reads, he invests considerable money
in some article or another, plants con
siderable ground with it, and finds out
only when too late that it Is not at all
suited to hits climate or soil. It often
times happens that an article really
good In a mpjority of cases is of very
Ittle value in some particular spot.
This is just the sort of knowledge no
paper or society can teach, but which a
small experimental garden would sup
ply. At market, or when visiting
friends, one often has a few seeds or
roots given hin which may be very
useful to him, but which are lost chiefly
because there is no spot assigned for
the testing of these things. There is,
indeed, a disposition in many oases to
regard these presents of new things as
bores, and they are often accepted be
oause It is not thought courteous to
wound a friend's feelings by refusing
what lie regards assomewhatof a treas
ure. But esi(les thd pecuniary value
whileh offten results from trying exper
linents, there is a great aioutir, of
pleasure fron watching things grow
LIat we never saw before; and we are
well assured that no one who estab
lished a naill experimental ground on
his farm could ever after be without it.
LiT BRAIIMAs.-P1erhaps no breed
of Jowls has done more to stimulate an
Interest in improved poultry anmong us
than the light Brahia. It las been
before the public in the hamuis of fan
ciers and breeders for twenty- five years,
and its popularity is yet nearly or quite
as great ais It ever wias. Its. size and
winter layin qualities, recomnen de(I
it to practical poultry keepers, and the
breeders of this variety have always
made It popular at, the shows, and by
writing it. up fully in the jotrnals and
newspapers. While it is aii excellent
and beautiful foWI in the handls Of Cx
ports. it is essentially a fancIer's fowl,
id rrquires careful breeding and man
agement to keep it at it high degree of
excellence. But this must be said of any
breed. The Light Irahma in proper
hands, is one of, perhaps, our very best
fowls. It is large in size, uilet in (11
position; a goo(I winter layer of lIne
large eggs, an excellent slter and
nurse-8, Is easy to rear, 11nd( ennl stanid
almost any degree of cold. The adult
Brahma has atsLron)g ton(lenicy to lay onl
flesh and must be fed with judgment,
but when properly fed, housed and
managed it Ia good practical fowl. It
(oes not mature as early as tile Ply
mouth Rock, but it.is larger at natur
ity. When one is not particular as to
the earliness and precocity of his fowls
Ie cannot Inake a mistake in selecting
lEGCis1tn oF IH ORIcnnAn.-In
transplanting or grafting Iruit trees,
there Is usually a press of other busi
ness, and labels are hastily attached.
It Is Very desirable that the variety of
fruit to be raised oi each tree shiall be
known in some way, particularly in
the case of trees pai tially grafted.
Our experience has cauight us uhie ad
vantage of two pIIIIs of keepig the
register. One is to keep it book in
whivh Is recorded the names of the
several trees and their location. iar
riiig the accident of losing t,he label, we
haive loiud the follow~ lng a preferable
way oif knowing each variety of fruit
1tree in the orchard. Take sheet, zine
ianii iit it Into strips one-fourth ot' an
inch wide at one end and thtree-fouirtilss
at the other. Miake the strips long
enouigh to wind one0 anid a half times
airounud a small limbl--six or eight
inics,--anid write the name of the
fruit on the wide end wIth a1 load pen
cil, and, as the limb increases in size
the zinc will unwind and time writing
grow more (distinet. Th'ie zinc cani lie
cut into plieces one by two laches, andi
lie tag attached to a limb by means of
a birass or cop)per wire paissedi throtugh
a hole sonme istance from the edge to
prevent tile wire from weairinig and
FntirrT-TREE DIaxAsis.-TheIi black rot
is not conitniedi to pl um tiees, but, at
lacks cherries, and we have seen tihe
the same11, 0r something very simillar onl
nectar-ines. At. its worst it is in tile
forml of large black, ragged exeresen-.
t'es; It begins by a small swelliniig and(
breaking away of the bark. Cuttii ng
oil and1( burn ing all alteeted branicites Is
t,he proier remecdy. When the e'xeres
eeniees are smiall and1( few, cuitt.inug thenm
Oilt dIown to thle sounid wood, anid
washing the wvounud with a solui
tion of clo ride et ihne hias beeni
ouild iiiefiul. Th'e blight comes with
out warning; we only know of it, by3
the deathi of the branch, several
b)raniches, or sotnetimes of the whlole
tree. Ciittinug back to the soutnd w~oodh
and1( burniing thmo piunings, is all that
caun be done.
nAi.L I hereafter darn youir stock
igs ?" Is said to be the faslhon:ihla
langutage for a v'oting ladiy to itse wheni
mnakinmg it eap) year proposal.
To'( enjoy fishing it ia niot. necessary
to cauteh fish. Ju lst as big lies eatn be
cinjtired upi I romi nlothinlg as cenn be
based on a t.wo-inch trout.
Ch,arioal being lnearly pure1 carboni
miakes a fIlle much hotter titan wood
wvill make, becnuse wood contains other
iomibustible elomenits. TIhie purer the
carbon thle more intense thme heat.
.4 steam) boiler foams either because It
has insuiflelent steam room, or on ite
countof dir-t or grease ini the boileir, or
the fceed water. This trouble is often
exper-iencedl with new boilers, anid dlis
aplpears when they become clean.
11rass p)inB are whiitened by long boil
lung ini eoppier vessels containing block
tin. Tihie rocess of makhmug whIte mron
1)1n1 is stili a secret. There arc eight,
pin factories in the United States, with
an annual productions of ab)out 7,(0O,
Cemont is usuLally gron d after burhn
ing. Contact with thme atmosphere
rapidly deteriorates its quality, as it,
absorbs humidity and carbonic acid
from it and thus becomies useless. Onie
third of the volume of the cement for
the quniyo water is the proportion,
and th more ementisbatnu th
harder It becomes.
'The result of trials shows that young
tuilip) trees may be easily and( safely re
moved, by cutting back the ent,ire stem
within two or thnree inches of the neck,
leavin only neclk and root to be set
out. und reds of trees thus trated
B1cUIT, MUFFINS AND WAVFLE.
These articles form a pleasant varia
tion from bread, and are within the
reach of every housekeeper. She may
use some milk and soda for raising bis
uit and batter cakes, or she may use
baking powder. A quart of milk or
oream kept a day or two in a warm
place will sour, so one who can have
sweet milk can also have sour if she de
sires it. Biscuit may be made in a va
riety of ways, two or three of which
are the following: Into a quartof lour
mix thoroughly by three or four sift
ings through a sieve two tablespoons
full good baking powder. Then rub In
to the flour butter the size of an egg;
add a teaspoonful of salt and milk
enough to make not a very stiff dough,
mould quickly, roll thin, cut iII shapes
and bake Immediately in a qutitek oven
about fifteen minutes. After the milk
Is poured on the flour the succeeding
process should be conducted as quickly
as possible, so that the gases liberated
by the liquid may not pass off without
raising the dough. The oven should be
hot before the dough is made. Butter
may be omitted, but rhe biscuit will
not be as ulie for the omission. If sour
itilik or buttermilk Is used Instead of
baking powder, sift a teaspoouful of
soda thoroughly with the flour, then
rub in the butter and proceed as before.
More or less soda, according to - the
acidity of the milk, should be used.
Ani you bald? CAuimomNN, a do
dorized extract of petrolcum, the only
cure for baldness, has been improved,
so that it is now the most delightful
dressing in the world. The only real
natural hair restorer ever produced.
PROZEN PLANTS.-11 - times of lite
severe cold, the more tender plants iII
the window will sometimes be chilled
and frozen. Such plants should not
be put near the stove, to be thawed
out; but kept where the temperature
is a trifle above the freezing point that
the thawing may be gradual, and in
the dark, that deleterious chemical
changes may not take place. If severe
13y touched with the frost, it best to re
move the frozen parts, that new stems
may be forced out from the buds b',
low. Water freely, and finally bring
them to the ordinary temperature for
house plants -70 (leg.
DR)n PFAcnI PUDDINO.-Take one
pinr of dried petielis and scald and
stew until done, and have plenty of
juice; sweeten with one cup of sugar ;
make a batter of a small telcupful of'
butteruilkt aid one-half teaspoonful of
soua and salt to taste; thicken with
lour very still'; drop this in small
lumuIps in tile pleaches, which inust bo
boilln; cook about twenty miniiutes,
and serve with cream and sugar or
1F you cannot take the baby to the
country, use Dr. Bull's Baby Sy.rup
for the usual diseases of early child
hood. Price 25 cents a bottle.
CA51nmoDE lAsH.-Cut thin slices of
cold Imut-tonl, fat and leim, iII pieces
about the size of i Ilnny ; flour eacith
p)eco; boil an onion In ia little wilter,
add a teinUpful of beef or mutton-.tock ;
seasonl with pepper, salt and 1111llsplee,
Ileat it thoroughly, but do not let the
meat boll; add one glast? of claret wine
and two tablespoonfuls of plecalilli;
serve hoton toasted bread, garnished
with par8ley and hard-boiled eggs.
TAPIOCA PunnNo.-For a family of
eight or ten personsone-lialf coffee-cup
of1 taipiotca putt in a pinit of milk to soa1k,
an d kept w~arm ui lit t becomies soft;
then add fouri eggs and two cups) of'
sugar, butter the size of a butter-nut,
ati one tenspoonill of salt; when w~ell
beaten adell two qttar'ts of' milk and1(
flavor wvith vatilia or lemon ; bake tihe
same as a custardt.
Eoic.ETINEx.-For' eraiuIcat[ng all 1w
p)urities of tihe b>lood fromn the syst.em,
it 1ha1 no0 equal. it, 1111 neuer faiied to
(eflect 21 cure, giving tone and1( strengthi
to the systeml debilitated by disease.
A iou-r PuDDINo.--Boll a little nut
meig and11 cinnamiont in a1 pnt1 of new
milk, take out the spice; boat eight
yolks and lour' whites of' eggs, a glass
of' sweet, wine, a litt le sait and sugar;'
mix a spoonful of 110112 ver'y smooth, in
at little of the milk, then 1)ut alH to
get.her, withtl the cr'umlh's of a small roll
gra2ted ; tie tihis inl a thick cloth, boil it
an hour', serve it, with butter mneltett
and1( wine and1( sugar p)oureod over It.
K INtl G EonoE's P'Unni)xa.-One pint
of breadti cr'umbs,1~ lalt-phlit of flour',
tenspooniful of' baking-powder' sifted in
Ilouri, a little salt, hlf lla 1)0und of rais
In , <(11ater't of' a pound(1CI c'rran ts,
quartiter' of' a pound1( of chopped suet,.
'olee cutpf'ul of milk, onte egg; tiedl
tightly ini a bag anid boiled three how's
to be eaiten w ith hard sauce.
We cheerfully call fihe attention of
our read1ers to the merits of D)obbins'
Electric Soap, (made by Cragia & Co.,
Phliadelpia,) wvho confidently ask a
tiaml. Tihe soap will tell Its own stor'y.
We ad(1vise y'ou to try It.
(1 mouxN . Riii P'u i)ito.--Tio six
on iires r'ite, 011e cluarIt milk ; stir thiwi
over'i thei tire till thic0k, take It off, put
1in2 ahpi'ce of buttr the size of a1 wa'l
12u1t; wheni jus1t cold, add11 eight, y)l k's of
eggs, l'ouir whites, we'll beaten ; r'asp
the 1)ee1 of ai lem1on anud put to it, some
sugar with the Juice, then mix all to
gethier; puffi paste at the bottomi of the
dish ; half a hour bakes it.
Nnw Iinen may be ombr'ohdered
moi'e easily by3 rubb~iing it over with
111ne white soap; it. pr'events te thtreadls
Arond thte W1orl.
A fame thatt is world-wide and ac
quirecd 1in the short space of a few years,
must have true merit for its sup)1ort.
Dr. Pierce's Family Medicines, have
gained sucht fame andl the f'oreign
ord(ers for lisa Golden Medical Dils
covery-thle greatest blood-puriler of
the age, for his Pleasant Purg'.tive
Peclets (little sugar-coated p)ll1s), his
Favorite Prescrt pion -woman's best
I rlcind-andt ether remned ics became SO
great, that a branch of the World's
Dispensar ' has been established in
L.ondton, hngland, for their manufact
urc. From tils dlepot they arc shipped
to ev'ery part of Eu rope, and to the
East ind(les, China, Japan, and oilier
counties. Their sale in both North
and bouth Aimer'ea ia perfectly enorm
ous and increasing yearly. World's.
Dispensary MedIcal Association, Pro.
prieitors, Blllo. N. Y., andi G reat Rus
sell Street Buildings. London, Eng.
ROYAL CEINTRiP, Liss Co., n,2(.
Dr. R V. Pnon: Feb. f8, 1879.
Dear Str-1 take pleasure in writing
my testimony with others in regard to
your valuable medlicine. For a long
time I have s.ufeo"ad from disease of the
lungs and until 1 used your Discovery
found nothing that did me an y good.
Thanks to it, I am relieoved and recom
mend it to all. Yours tr,uly,
MaIny Kaf RNN1
WIT AND HUMOR.
"1y, boy sfd a! strict .i tiroh
woman'to hiee d'reff* at tie begin.
ning of the recent Lenten season, "I
should like very much to have you
deny yourselves something during the
solemn weeks of Lent. Will you do
it?'.' "I will, mamma," said Johnny,
a adate child, who was very fond of
griddle-oakes; "I'll do without my
cakes In the morning." "That's 'a
good boy. "And what will you give up,
Harry ?" she asked of his little brother,
a bundle of the purest mischief that
ever lived, who was fond of play, but
had no love for books. "Oh, I'll give
up going to school, mamma, for my
part," was his ready answer.
Before you begin your heavy spring
work after a winter of relaxation your
system needs cleansing and strength
ening to prevent on attack of Ague.
Bilious or Spring Fever, or some other.
Spring sickness that will unlit you for
a season's work. You will save time,
much stekness and great expense if
you will use one bottle of Hop Bitters
in your family this month. Dou't wait.
iALF-nR11KED Indian girls are used In
Montana as domestics, and are said to
possess many advantages over the Cau
oasian. They don't demand seven
afternoons "out" a week, are willing
to work without wages, and don't have
a new cousin arriving from Ireland
every other day. WitIt this brand of
domestics the. mistress can be distin
guished from her servants by wearing
better clothes than the latter.
rHEY were sitting together Sunday
evening, with an album or two between
them, when she pleasantly asked:
'How would you like to iave my mo
ther live with you?" . In just 1Ifteen
80001(18 lie had his hat down half way
over lile face, and was bolti ng through
iitic is a new song, "Kiss me Quick
ly, Birdie Darling." This Is very
nice, but this line should follow, "For
the Old Man is Coming With a Club,"
then it will souid a little more ro-.
mantle, you know.
"Do you think a man can run a cir
ens and be a Christian ?"' asked the ser
ious mnan. "Well, I don't know-yes."
"Do you think Barnum, for Instance,
can go to heaven ?" "I think ho hias a
good show," was the rather equivocal
reply. Strange that sonic men can
never be serious.
r Is said that women live on love.
Small salaried young men will be in
trestod to learn that the love referred
to Is tor bake(d beans, beef s0111), Oti ons,
and now spring hats.
"DoN'T you wish you was a big
man ?'' said one little urchin to an
other. "K'rect I do. I'm Just dying
to be big enuffto git. shaved an' have
one of 'em barbers powder me all ove
and squirt cologne juice at mne."
A LITTLE girl was told to spell for
ment, and give Its meaning, with a
sentence in which It was used. The
following was Ili:orally her answer:
"Forment a verb, signifying to work.
I love to forment in the garden."
TAr was a clever remark of young
Splikins (who was cmbracing his sweet
heart) whlen lie said( hle liked that posi1
tion better than the one lie held on the
A YOUNGsTEad joyI'uily assured his
mbothier thme othier day that lie had found
out where they made hiorses ; he had
seen a man fInishing ono-"he was
nailing on his last foot.''
A YOUNo geitemanm was accusing an
other of having a big month, "Yes,''
stid the other, "bitt nature had to make
yours so as to give you plenty of
A nocTOIn of D)iviniity in one ofou
eastern colleges is foni of going into
the conutry, w here, uinmnolested, lie
[may p)lay upon the vIolin. i1c must
be a liddle D). 1).
TuxE pronounced opinioni of the abiles
phy3sicians all over the count.ry 11ndi
cates that Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is the
best remedy for all time sufferings of'
iittie children caused by Wintd Colic,
D)ysenitery, Diarrho i or Sunmmer Comn
p)lanit. Price 25 cents.
"IJTTLd boythi thould he theen
not heard,'" said Johnny when his
teacher asked him to recite a lesson
that lie hadl neglected to learn.
JF Shakespeare had been familiar
with dlouble- barrelled shot guns lhe
would have talked less of the slings
and arrows of outrageous fortune.
'TiE suit for a maiden's hand is
b)rouight In the court of come an' p)lease.
But when the old man orders the
plaintiff out it Is a ''Sir, quit court !''
A Li.Tri. girl being asked 0on the
tirst day of school how she liked her
tnewi teacher rep)lied :' (I10 not like
lher; she Is just as saucy to mue as my
WuAT did( Mary say to her little
lamb when shte sent it out to grass In
the evening ? She said, "'Ewe go to
Tiux moths are walking around on
stllts since~ thiey hoard that fur was to
be a fashionable trimming for mantles
Now it t.rantspires '.hat there isn't a
fraction of p)hosp)hrouts in Ilsh. Poe
ple in search of brain food will have to
chew friction matches.
A vot'No lady upl town repels the
dlomestic alandiler that sihe is ''fluctuat
hng." For l'm always a t par-to buy
me somet hng.
Tnx rage for 01(1 furniture this season
Is exclalvehy confined to men
whto work for a dollar a clay and buy
at secondl-handl stores.
A Dnweds5aKm: got miad because her
lover serenaded her with a flute. She
said she got all the Iluting site wanted
in her regular business.
"THEREn will be no clutbs in the next
wvorld," says a woman's journal. But
how can you play with a p)ack having
otnly three suits.
TnRs whale-o'l busIness Is nowva great
indlustry, but Jonah was the first man
that ever went into it.
Psunonryiteakupii>uritii'6iiy the timely
itoof Dr. .Jayne's Expe torant, an old emedy
for Soto lutp gand Threats, and a certain Oura
SYUPTOus.-.811ght pain in the side,
the skin and eyes assume a thick yellow
coat, digeption is -mpaired, an utipleas
ant sipli g.sensation at the pit of the
stothaehW elperlenced, the boWels are
Irregular, the mind fretful, the mem
ory weakened, sometimes a slight
cough, coldness of the hands and feet,
sometimes loss of appetite and at othiers
unnatural craving for food, dizziness
of the head, blurring before tle eyes,
depressed spirits;el ng of uncertainty,
of having left something undone but
can't tell hat it is. Take Simmons'
Liver Regulator, it will remove all
these feeling and make you well.
SAVED FROM TIn IAv.-"You will
please let it be known to the world
that your Regulator has saved me from
the grave. I have suffered for many
years with Indigestion and Liver Com
plaint, and took everything that was
recommended to me without any relief,
until I tried -Simmons' Liver 1Regula.
tor; it lids cured me entirely. Itecom.
mend it to the 'human race.
"J. U. BURICIVVT, Jefrorsonville,
Twiggs (0., Georgia."
Stay bolts, when scwed and riveted,
are one-third stronger thani when
A Good tiotsewife.
The good housewife, wien she Is
giving her house its spring re(.vat
1Ig, should bear in inind tiat the dear
inmates of her house are more pj.e.
cious than 'many hoises, and that their
gsteins need cleansing by litrifying
t he blood, regulating tile stomnauh and
bowels to prevent aii(d ouro Lie diseases
arising frot spring inalaria anti nias
ina, and Sio muist know that there is
nothing that will do it so perfeelly and
surely as 1[op Bittles, tle purest an(I
best of medleines.-Concord N. H. Pa
-A glass inanuatory will be built
in Packer, Pa., at once.
A OA RD.-To all who nro sufforing from the errors
and indiRcrations of ouith, iervous weaktss arly
utecay, .10d,o (lte.. I will flends at 110cloo
tha wiluroyou;RhE0F UIIAI4E. ThIsgreat
remedy was discovered by a misslonary in outt)
JOSEP J. INMAN. Station D. New York ty.
A Monument or cold
Should be erected in memory of the inventor
of -Anakesi,," the groat external Pile Rom
edy. Mr. James J. Bassett, of Erie, Penna.,
writes as follows:
Messrs. NEUSTAEDTEn & o,.:
GENTL.EN-Eno1od ev1fild P. o. orlor tot
$1.00, for whichcsond box of "Anakosls." I
have used two boxes anal fool it my lduty to say
to you that by the use of your simplo remedy
I have been raised from the brink of despair
to the joyful hope of soon being able to do
olaro mysolf ettiroly cured. One month's
tral, at the small expous of the coit of Otto
box-of "Anakests" has given me more relief
than two years doctoring with our beat )iytsic
lans here. Surely a monunent of gold should
be erceed in memory of the inventor of Ana
kesis. Bond at once if possiblo.
I shall be pleased to reply to any one who
Inquires as to the merits of your valuable
medicine, should you see lit to publish this.
Sincerely your servant,
JAMES J. J1AssKTr, Eric, Pa.
"Anakests" is sold by all druggiate. 'rico
$1.00 per box. Samp!os sent free to all suf
fUers on application to "Anakesis" Depot,
Box 8010, Now York.
WEAK women, young or old married or aln
glo will be greatly bonelitted by taking Kid
noy-Wort. It is tonic and cleansing.
A Val aabie Gift Free.
A book on the Liver, its diseases and their
treatment sont free. Including treatisos upon
Liver Complaints, Torpid Liver, Jaundice,
Biliousness, Headacho, Constipation, Dyspop
sia, Malaria, eto. Address Dr. Sanford, 162
Broadway, Now York city, N. Y.
The Voltato Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.
Will send their celebraaed Electro Voltat.
Belte to the aiflicted upon 80 days's trial.
Ipeedy cures guaraniteed. They mean what
tey may. Write to them withou delay
NATURE'S REM EDY.
Scrofulta, Rerornloons IUnmor, caner,
Cauracorosas It umnor. Eryst pea. C'an
ker, Rail t heaan, FImupletor- liui.
nuior os te race,Votsa and
Colas, Ulcers, Ilrncatta,
P'alus In flue Ride, Constipation. Corn.
tIwenuess, FI'les Dbizzlaeus, hlead.
acluta, Neryvos,tnes,.. Fatise its Sae
haelt, Faintness at the hlun
aci, hitlnoy lonpjlainrts,
Fenale WVeakeoas anid
This preparatIon is scientiflociljy and chomi
Catly comobined, and so st.rongly conacentrated
from roots, herb s a'id barks, tat its good of.
fIoets ate realized asanmedlateily aift r come.
Ing to take It. T1here is no uilseao f the human
tystemn for which ato Vegetinae canot, be usRed
with pe ee safety, as IL does not conta:In
any mnaallic comspounad. For eradleati.ag the
syntem of all Impurities of lte blood It has no
eqali. It, ha. never failed to elfet, a cure, giv
Igt.one and strenagta to the systema debIlitated
bydsoase. its wonderful effect upon t,he comn
p taints ntae are surp rising to all. Many haye
been cured by the Vegetinse that have trIed
many other remedIes. It can well be called
THlE GREAT BLOOD PURIFiER.
Dr. W. Ross Writes:
SecRFUL.A, lavsR eOMPL.AiNT. DYsPEPsIA, fluty.
HI. I, S'rEavENs, Ilcaton:
I have been pract icing med'cine for 25 years,
anal ass a rcnedy for scrotla. Liver (complainat,
I)ykpop)ahia, iaheussuatismn, weakne.'as, and all dis
etei0 of theo bloutd. I have never' founda its equtal.
I have sont Veges lnoelor T years and1 have noi er
laud one bott,le returned. I wouald heartily re
commend It, to thise In needl of a blo ad purlflor.
Duslv W. 8, Di uggist.
Sept. 1S, lai5. witlton, Iowa.
1 TIl E BEST
Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
SA PON IFIEDR
[s the Old Rliable ('oncentrafed Lye for l'AMI TLY
ftI nl wegh ai ir asgth.
ASKC F'OR SAIPONTFI11U,
AND TAKE NO OTIiERi.
PEN N'A RAI.T MANlfF'4a 4'0.. PTiILAII'A
G noxWT1 TyR,
is dleseribes Roryal.Palaaces, liars ensriosities, Wealth
s1lln aope wat it.id Ibs e ta n n'a e
tatlr o maeney.'r Isware or 'nacts penny
oserIpt on of th eworka andu extra itarms at. Agente.
-ddress, NA TISNAL. Pt'sLaaswe CO.,* Phailadeo hia,
Patent Brokers' and Inventors'
Patent Rilghts soldt at private sale andl by Puiel
Ate n. P'atents oblaisned ad tBearcho< madea (on
eulars seono a p'lleationde olie.t
Wit. C!IAWSIgAW, Mae,nge.,
ese A rel, Seaea. PIUAmm F I1 na .
The O1i, Medicine
That Acts at the Same Time on
hi Liver, the Bowels andthe Kidneys.
These groat organ are the natural cleans.
era of tho systenl. if th work well, health
will ho perfect i It tho7 becomio clogged,
dreadful diseases aro su to follow with
Billousness, Headacho, Dyspepsia, Jaun.
dice, Constipation and Piles, or Kid.
ney Complainte, Gravel, Diabetes,
or lheumnatic Pains 'and Aches,
are devoloned because the blood is.poisoned
with the humors that should have becu
Will restore tho healthy action and all these
destroying evils will be banished I negiect
them and you will live but to suffer.
Thousands havebeen cured. Tryitaudyou
will add one more to the number. Take it
and health willonco more gladdenyour heart.
Why Suferlonger ftou theormesnt of as Aebtlgisigbl
Whity bearmlotmdiftross roleiitpatlon and rileil
KIDNRY-WORT Will euro you. Try a pack.
ago at once and be satisfied.
It fs a dry vege4abe compound and
Ono Packagemakessix quarts of Nedlein,.
Your Druggist has it, or teill get it for
you. Invist upon havint i. P1ice, *I.W0.
WELL0, 11CMARDSON J 00., Prodretars.
t0 (Wmill rsa polaid.> 33UPeto.; VL.
for eistooroaa or velln of any dopti.
PlInh. Iron 1 Pore!abj, ora (~I)pper- linedi.
IlrudR.XC 4 NX GA. A E No 1,
39, B tI1, It Wo. 1. Por iad ly the
HIrdware tm-to, County biore,, il p makers.etc.
se that ltme P' tillp youa bier is stenciled
V8 1AItET Stror-t, PiLLADEL 'illA. Pa.
IF YOU WOULD BE PROPHRI
suited with spectioles, apply
DR. N. 0. GRAY, Optiolan,
98 N. TW Fil:1 Stree
$50 TO $75 p Fk" easily nitlonby 0i!ier
J. F. CAVAnLv & CO., P. ox 3117, New York.
CYPdire " ""ctions
In I Ctu I to os. l I I r o cotP 2 tonf, orpip-i1kir
III-1 rm.11,., And Itcelpos for 30 kinds of Irak all
colors*, 3()c.Ilt@i- by 17-4111"1 miaii. Address
U. LIDSOE, P. Mt., Alvarado, Texas.
20-nmdidChroanvil itilg Citrellio Willi name.
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bent by nmail on r -celpt of price, Send f-r circular.
AIl IE110AN M1ANIFAOTURERS' AOENTS,
No. 13 Libierty Strect, New York City.
Appetite, refr',hig Steep, thme acritliiutin o,f flesh
tie pr *c.s wa$la i Is ricij.g ma a .>t sreedr
fly imtiates and carries I a suaccessfna conclusion.
Dileslion i tis retoe a b ias teaa vf rti toi
i,ot.u,io eot r. nh fy ne .alato, vegetable in
For sale by all Druggists and De.alers generally.
MAKE HENS LAY.
An Englisi Vetern.ary Surgeon and Chemist now
travelin ai tlcountrys.ur a thatI mos of th ose
says that .'iheridan's Uondition Powders are nbso
ert wIiamae beame l lke heidan's 0o0dtion
iolwdera. Ibsc, one ti auunmato on. pint oi fed.
stampa. L. 8. JOIiN80~ & CO., Bangor, Me.
Stari'TR"Is Uroat Catarrh Roimedy
is the safaste mt agreeable and eff-ectual remeady in
:hii world for limo cure of CATAltiI. Nozimatter
coma what cause, or how long stmindmuag, by giving
STURDIVANT'S CATARRH REnMEDY
' fair and Impartial trial, you will be convinced of
Staken by thaun mostilcate stonlisob. For mal be
tl rait, IE9anm by 110tJLOWA Y & C0., 602 Arce
A YEARI anti expenses to agents
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It Cires Ilutter thme gilt-elgred color time yar roe
l'tt uds of Dlrymn ay ITP 1,4 PEl E UT
a tlonal Diploma at N. Y. lairy Fair. Ask uir dri
It costs, who usmesit. wherea toa get It. W *ZItsI, I
S. M. PETTE
37 PARK 1ROW, New York,
.E8tinates for QO 0O' mol'e ii
in any uumnber Of papers, furni,
iDr. Pieree's Golden Medical Discovery ear
eommnon Bletch, FiAm 1.m or Eiruptioen, Es i
Rongh Skin, in short all diseases caused b;
pr ying and invi oratin~ medicine.
ally as imanested its potency In
eles, re ye, lero ftions Sores andi Swe
'ek, and EnliargedCland.
If you feel dulil, drows , debilitated, have
en face or body, frequent TeadIache or disnine
alternated wIth hot blushes, irregular appetit<
Torpidi Lives, or "BRIlonhaness." As a rel
Mledical Discovery has no eg 1a, as it effect r
In the cure of Bronchn Il, Severe Conug
seniption, It has astonishe te medicdM fact
greatee medical discovery of the age. Bold b
No use of tal
e s relict. (Little
AW Af Osystem, dioet,
O'~ Q Tightnesof
h. ... a..S.eBu.oe.' , Ma
tow A an.i.4 l .....s... a.
For Sunday Schools 1,
For Teiperance I
TINE DENT VEW BOOR u
Temperance Jewels, J?iti In
'or 'ranc on B . toi hns ane ongs
aj nuoI loiotta,atocfud holpyest
c t ',".r *,. 'hut-nus. seoeluou
nidled lor 85 ec. 43. per dozen.
(The o, der Pud large *books Alfful9m Tenmpe.
Tfee lee nook. (d4 ota.) retaius Iti great V. p.
White Bobest The purest, W ite Robe a
sweetest and boat
White Babos of Sunday White Robes
Sohool Song Dooks.
White Rqbea I Mailed White Robes?
for 80 cents.
White Robes &.00 per dot. White Robes a
T,h .by R.Og.llug and
AJA~LCs51. . Srv, a
Temperance Light. i.-. 6,or 10Ai"
. rolecr" light f.r radince and beaty.
Va1102,of, the very brst sotigs by 27 of the vtyI .
.atha, and solis for $10 per hundred. Maiied fr
hNoy Uig Sehool 8ng Brook, THE WELUOM
V .1sie ealy tiarough the prudis.
Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston,
J. Jr. DITSON, & CO.,
122 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
RELNED W1 NO-CONDUCTINGCEE
RETAIN THE HEAT L GE
Bladder, Urinary mid Liver Diseases, Dropsy,
U ravel and Diabetes, are eut by
the 0 reat Kidney and Liver Medicine.
cures l3right's Disease, Retention or Nonreten.
tion of Urine, Vains in the Back, Loins, or Side.
curea lutemperatice, Nervous Diseases, General
D)ebility, Female Weakness and Excesses.
cures fllousness, HTenulnehie, Jaundce, Bour
Stomach, D)yspepsia, Constipation and Piles.
ACTS AT ONCE nn the Kidlneya,T Liver,nnd
Bowels, restoring themi to a healthy action. and
CURER when all other medicines fail. Hun
to lie iv fricuds amid phy sician s.e engvnu
Send for p)amphlet to
WVM. E. CLARKE, Providence, R. I.
'Trial size, 75 cents. Large sizo cheapest.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
ACENTS WANTED to 8.11 the NEW BOOK,
jFA RMING FOR PROFIT
Howr to lYake Monecy osa time Farnm.
Ever F arme aro ean av faojeul80 Pages.
J. O. MCURIDY * C.. Philadelphia, Pa.
inditate roif, se oase
and ordinary oases in Ida1..
_______ CAUTION nsavS.
serp rin ea nd kar te VhIsa a
P U M Ylorh.* hai uedi:s
OPI So. 20- arxsrxx. La bii non,oh
ad. ya T ele lttrera eyra recommn itsue
NGILL & CO.1
S701 CIIESTNUT St., Phila.
sertions of' any advertisement,
heid on application.
ma all Euners fir' the worat Sereferla o a
i a lirnuered by this poWOA
enring Tetter, Rose Rash, Rolls, (arbrvli.
llings, White Swellings, tilAtre or TVteh
allow color of skin, or yellowlsh-brown spots
as, bad taste hn mouth, Internal heal or cillis
,and tongute cated you are stlern xfrom
erfeot and radtical cures,
as, Weak lungs and early stages of Om
ruy and eminen bhyalolans pronounee tt th*
Inh are reuliv nauseons pills. These
li)are scarcly larger than mnustard
rely vqetable, no particular care is req nfred
temn. Teyo psrate without disturbance to the
or occupatoi eFor ,Jaundice, Headache,
,lEmnureDle, Pains In the Shoulders,
(e, iasi ness, Sonsr Eruetations firom
aI ast .. uth Il,ltoas at,teks, lta .La
HEALTH IS WEALTH,
Heath of Bol s ealth of id
RalaO San'pa'iflan Resolvent
Purblood a sound flesh,stronto ea
b olear skin., If owoultd-havyoum r Airan,
our bones sound withoutCarles, and your or.
plion fair, uR wassrh"pa"linas
A GRATEFUL RECOGNIlON.
" T)Dure a CIONIQ Or wits INANDING 0103480
truly a victory in the healing art; that reason
power that clearly discerns vanar sind-sup
0lie a remedy; that restores step by step-b.
Egrees-the which has been slowly il.
acked and weakened by an insidlous disea
act only commands our respect but deserv
Pur ude. Dr. Radway has furnished man.
kind wih that wonderful remedy, Radwart,
sarsaparit4tanm Resolvnet which acom.
plIshes this result, and suffeyiag humanity,
who drag out an existence of pain and disease,
bhrou6 o.g days and long hts, owe him
their riatitu o. 11J14d fesnWr.
FALSE AND TRUE.
We extract from Dr. Radway's "Treatise eo
Uense and Its Cure," as follows:
List of Diseases Care& by
Ralway's arsaarilan Resolyent.
Chronic Skil Diseases, Caries of the ftn
EumOrs in the Blood Sorofulous. Dise ises. Bad
)r unnatural Habit cf Body, Syphilis and Vene
real, Fever Sores. Chronic or Old Ulbers, Salt
Rheum, Rickets, White Swelling, Scal-i Head,
Uterino Affections, Cankers, Glandular Swell
tags, Nodes, Wasting and Decay of the Body,
Rimples and Blotches, Tumors, Dyspepsia. Kid
my and Bladder'DIseases Chronic Rh -umatism
hnd Gout, Consumption, bravei and Calculoq$
Deposits, and varieties of the above complaints
i0 which sometimes are given specious names.
We assert that there is no known remedy that
possesses the curative power over these diR
Mases that RADWAY's RnsovmNT furnishes. It
Dures, step by step. surely, from the founda
tion, and restorVa the Injured Darts to their
Sound condition. 'The wastei of the b4dy
1re topped and healthy blood is snp-,
plied to the system, from which new m
erlal 1s foAned. This Is the Usat Corrective
Power of RADWAY's RsoLvzNT. In eases where
he system has been salivated- and Merelury,
tutoksliver, 0orroWe Sublimato have acoumu
ated and become d9poeted In the bones, joints.
ito., causing caries or the bones, ricke, s. voinal
aurvatures, contortions, white. swellingi, varl
qM veinS, etc., the SARSAP&RILLAN will resolve
i*ay thos deposits an i exterminate the virus
it the disease from the system.
If those who are taking these medicines for
he cure of Chronic, Scrofulous 6r Syphilitic die
lases, however slow may ba the cure, "Ileel bet
er," and find their general health ,Improving,
heir nlesh and weight Increasing, or even keep.
ng its ow' ts a sure sign that, the euro Is pro
rressing.0 n these diseases the patient. elthcr
ets better or worse-the virus of the diseast
a not inactive; if not arrested and driven from
he blood It will spread and coitinue to under
nine the constitution. As soon as the QARsA
'ARULIAN makes the patient "feel bel ter,I?every
tour you will grow better and inorease in health.
trength and flesh.
The removal of those tumors by RaowAY's
CtAOLVRNT is now so cortainly established tot
rhat was once co-adered almo t miracul. as s
kow a co imon recognznd f.tct by all parti -a.
Vitne s the cases oflannah P. Kn-ipp Mrs. (o
[rapf. Mr. J. H. Jolly and Mrs. P. D. ikendriz
iublishe I in our Almanac for leT9; also that of
irs. U. 0. 11bbine. in the present edition of our
'Tals and True."
One Dollar per mottle.
Only requires minutes, not hours, to relieve
ai and cure acute disease.
ladwa 's Ready Relief,
n ftom one to twenty minutes, never falls to
elleve PAIN with one thorough applio Ition.
[0 matter how violent or excruoating the isis
he RUHEUMATIC, Bed-ridden, IntIrm. 0rippled,
ervous, Neurato, or p'ostrated with 4isease
naY suffer, RAIAY'S RRADY RZLIRF will
Oford instant ease.
Inlamnation of the Ktdneys, Inglamma
ion of the iadder, Inflammation of the
Bowels, Conigestion of the Lungs, Sore
Throat, Difficult Breathing, Palpitatlon of
the Heurt, Hysterics, Group, 1) phttieria,
Catarrh, Inuenza, Headache, Toothaohe,
Neuralgia, Etheumatism, Cold Chills,
Agaie Ctils, Chilblains, Frost Bites,
Bruises. Summer ComplaInts, Qoughs,
Cold, Sprains, Pains in tihe Chest, Baek er
E,imbs, are instantly relieved.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Fever and A__ue cuired for Fifty Qents. There
s not a remediali agent in t he world that wlU
sure Fever and Ague, and all othr.Mala-ous,
Bilious, Scariet, Typhoid. Yellow and other
evers (aided by R ADw A 's PuIs) so quick as
[AD WAY's READY Rat.Isr.
It will In a new moments, when taken accord
ng to dir-ectionsa, cure Cramps, Spasms.,8our
itomach, Heartburn, Sick Headache, Diarrhcsu
metr,Colic, Wind in the Boweis; and all
Travelers sh'd.ild always carry a bottle of RAD- a
WAY I ReAD! tREtLl5 with them. A few 'drops
la water wtIl prevent sickness or pains from
ithange @1 water. It Is better than French
Larand4y or bitters as a stimulant.Y
Mist re an Lumbermen should always
All remedial agents capable of d.estrsying lite
yan ov'ordose should be avoided. Xorpbine
m,trhnine, arnica, hyosciamus, and
he oeflremedies, does at certaini times,
their action In the system. lu t perhaps the
second dose, if repeated, may aggravate and in
areas .aa sufferltag, and anothelr dose cnase
feath.('i'ere is no necessity for using t,hese
anoertaun agents whead a positive remedy like
RADwAY's READYr RELIEt wlli stop the most ex
4as d aals et sierinft or adut
T HID TRUE RELEIEP.
RADWAY's itEADY 1(EL1EF 1s the only remedial.
S;oni. ini vogue thiat will instant,ly stop pain.
SFifty Cents per Bottle.
Radwayfs Regulating Pills.
Perfect Purgatives, Soottainug Aperi.
snts, Act Withaout Pain, Always ReHta=
ble anid Natural in iseir Operation.
&VEGETABLB BUBSTITOTE FOR CALOMEf.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with
nw trgum hpurge, reguaato, .purtty, cleans.
RIADWAY s PHLLs for the cure of all disorders
>f thae-S:omach, Liver, liowels Kidneys. Biad
lar, Nervous Discases, lIeadaIhe, Constipation,p
ostiveness, Indigestion, D)yspepasia, isiliou:s
wrse, Foyer, Inflammation of the Biowels Piles,
med all derangement,s of the iatornal Viscera.
V'arranted to effect a perfect cure. Purely veg
sble, contai ning no mercury, minerals or del
1W Obser ve third following symptoms risult.
ng from Diseases Of the Bi estive Organs; Con
itip.ation, Inward Piles, Fa mness Of the Blood
n the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea
leartburn, Disgust of Food, Fullness or Weight
a the Stomach, Sour Erlaeta'lons, Blnki.s or
l'luttering at, the Hear Choking or Sufro Ing
I ansatonse when in a lying Dosture, Dimness of
fision, .Dots or Webs beiere the 'ig~ht, Fevdr
and Diall Pain in the Hv4&, Deficienoy of Per.
piraion. Yellowne.A of the Skin and Eyes, Paln
n the Side, Cbesl. Limbs, and Sudden Vlushes
i Heat, flurnaing in thae Flesh.
A few doses of iIADwAy's PaLsa will free the
stem from all the above-named disorders.
Prthe, 38 (Jents per Rox.
SOLID BY DRUGIST8
READ "FkLSE AND TRUE.99
Bend a letter stamp to RADWAY * O
io E2 WA RR E, cor. CBURCH 8t,, NewYr1
nformationi worth thousands will be sentyon,
uja ane aena I o E ane -a
enH by tenr1m uo ornren
dsItlnt. an ue inr fm anven.
o ar e ute nu suf fro sn ino
ness, rely oa OP p a madtt dere.
tae Hop HopSitter.
Have you dga
p.a, in D . 1. 0.
iat ac IlfiW, lfy nd Irras a
lie rteea I IaOP, ene
eo wil be ll se opn
It it m anyEE
i ife, ithas 'o 0,,
saed und R.hter, i, y,
4'hose alaswerlng an acdvertisement will
onfor a favor tweon the -advertiser andi the
ublisheor by sta ti ng thant they saw the adver'.
seont in thiali ournal (naming tine paper,