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ART1EoMIAL SWARMILG O BZZs.-In
the first place see that your stock is I
soifg and full of bees.and brood, also <
that you haye drones hatched or about
ready to hatch; then have a new hive
ust like the one you have the bees in; I
ring It up close along side of your
full hive of bees and open it out; then
take out one frame from the middle I
and open out your hive of bees, exam- 1
ining carefully the frames until you i
find the one on which the-quein is lo
cated, which is generally one of the
outside. frames .t noonday-the best i
time to make artificial swarms. Take i
out the frame, queen and bees, as you I
will find her in the act of laying eggs 4
no doubt, and hang it in your new hive I
In place of the empty frame you took I
out, which you will now place in the i
centre of you old hive, of course mak
ing room by changing frames. Then i
close up both hlves, so that the bees I
will have their proper space for enter- 1
Ing and returning, remove your old I
stand to a new location, and place your t
' now hive with the queen a-.d frame of i
brood on the old location, and your I
work is done, letting the bees return I
as usual, when to your surprise and I
great satisfaction you have all the bees I
that would have swarmed 'naturally i
had you been so disposed to allow it. I
I will further say that if you happen to
have any brood-combs In any of your
hives that you have lost, bees during
the winter can be turned to good ac
count by tilling them lin empty frames
and supplying your now stocks with
the.n In place of forcing t,Me 1jees to j
build more. This will oftell save at
least forty pounds of honey for the
bee-keeper in one season Ia a good
strong stand of bees, as they will store
honey in place of making combalf they
have store room.
Do TisTlXs ItNRlIC THIE Soi.?-It
Is stated that a good growth of tillstles
(Canada) leaves tie soil richer than
before. Thlis il doubtless the truth,
and the same may be said of any crop,
provided It Is not removed from the
ground. This 1s merely the general
way that soll is made rich in the or
ganie elements that are so essential to
the growth of profitable crops. But
th:ro Is more than ordinary ability
possessed by the thistle pllant to cn
rich the soil. The roots penetrate to a
great depth, and bring up largo <tuan
tities of potash and other valuable conl
stituonts, and deposit thein upon or
near the surface, as their stems and i
leaves decay. Again, the iechanlical I
action of a vigorous growth of thistles I
is to ,loosen, pulveri ze - and render the i
soil more necessible to tie roots of t
ether plants. Granting that t1I act,ion
of the thistle planlt pllpou the soil is (
good, we must look at ttie otler site of I
the question. What is the cost o this I
method of fimprovement? While the I
thistles hold possession no paying crop
can be obtained. When mil.etui plant I
are sown, tlicy nutist be caretlly teld- j
ed, or the thstls will crowd theik out. I
Lastly, the bringing Up of valuaou sub
stances from the subsoll, can be as well
done by plants that are themselves tise
ful for food, as clover, etc., anid noe
miserable weed afterward left to in
feet the groun(l. The best, that can be
said of thistks is that, it is a niherable
prickly pest, which, when allowed to
have its way, loosens atd eirlebes the
PLANTS Gltowi in Wi,ows. t
Thousands who try to grow laiti Il
pots, tubs or Luxts tail, mostly because
the.y let the puts be exposed to the hlot
sun. Now we never see the roots
.that Is, that part which draws nautri
ment froml tile Soil--fully exposed to
the sun in a state of naatuire, and this
81h0u11d teach window gardeners t.o
shade the pots and boxe~s ini which
their planits grow. Anlot her cause of
failure is allowing tihe leaves to get,
dust,y. Th'ie leaves being ini reality tihe
lungs of the plant, it is immperativeo that
they shiouild be kepteclean. I have t)fteun
beeii asked why pulanuts did not do wecll
In windows, and It is often thhiletlt to
answer wit.hout seig tile p)lants, but
general failures occurs iii roine causles
I have nametd, for It stanlds to reason
that if half1 tile roots of a planit atre
burned oil' repeatedly antd tihe leve
are killed withl dutst, ihat siekness will
be the restlt. i.I is ea1sy to clean oif
the dutst by taking a lhttle broomn or
brtush anid dippl.ng it ini water amili flirt
ing it over tile leaIves of tihe plant,s two
or three t,imes Iia we ~ek ; try it, ladiies.
How 'rO CATUin A Fow L.--Fecw pcr
sons5 know fnow to Secure at bird to ad..
vantage. .Never seize a bird bj tile
tail, I, a line bird, or touch the back,
but grasp both legs at on1ce with~ a Urnem
tight, quick hol, then raise free from
tile grouz1d or perrch, anfd hanulg the body
down clear of any obstacle. Th'iis
miethod dones nlot ri. file t,he plumage,
which ini a lime bird must be avoided.
When the wveb of the feather is once
broken, it can liever be united again,
andi where much hiatidletd this oftem
occurs, givinig 19 tihe blird a ragged apl
pearance. It Is the sotirce of imutch anm
noyance to a naice, clean1, smloothl bird.
to have the p)lumiage rutilled. Their
bodily covering is regaruied with the
utmost ca,'e, and( the Itustre and beautty
of it Indicates the health anid streiigth
or the fowl.
CHIP manure is considered by many
as a proline scurLce 0of sath in potatoes,
on accotuntef the number or worms andi
maggots and their laryim fotund ini the
decaying matter. Th'le spores of funitgi
exist to a great extenit ini the decayetd
Woodi, which p)rotduces fungi on the
potatoes Including rot. Oneo larmier
who used bran as a fertilizer onl pota1
* toes aioingslde'of another plhot of landlt
where chip mnuintre wa usd fotuntd
the tubers under the former treatment
perfectly smooth alnd entirely free
from tulnguls and1 rot,. while where the
chiy nman ure had been used the potat
tees were badly eaten with wormas; a
great deal of Itungus existed up)0 onim
of the tubers, while mantiy others were
"COW-PEAS," ,a kind of hlybridh be
tweeni a.pea and bean, aire fed to cattle
in South Jersey withi great success.
They -are saId to be better feed thian
green corn, and just as much cani be
got from thme 8sam1 spa1ce without imi
poverishing the soil. TIhey atre sown
in drills, any time alter spring frost,
for fodder. Poultry as wvell its cattlei
are fond of them.
CABbAGE and Caullflowver are bene
* fted by freqtuent hoeing and a dressing
of gua9o or othler coneuntratedl mlanutre
Is.often applied with advantage.
4 neto anosthetio by W. 1B. Maclene
is undergoing experiinenlt by tihe Edin
- - burgh O.ionto-Chlrurglcal society, It
consitte in combining the admulnistra
tioni or exhibition of ethylon-dichlo~
-ride with nitrous oxide gas; and this
Is effected by placing asmall quantity of
the ethylen-dehioride onl a little
sponge held by a clip in the way-tube
of the nitrous oxide Inhaler, leaving
ppace enough on each side of the
sponge for the free passage of the
Qzouactsa never wans to take a townl
')ystorm. They prefer clear skie..
SZAspN1ii FooD.-Many people have
;he idea that a finely flavored dish must
)ost a great deal; that is a mistake I if
you have untainted meat, or sound
regetables, or even Indian meal, to be
Cin with, you can make it Aelicious
with proper seasoning. One reason
mhy French cooking is much nicer
han any'other Is that it is seasoned
with a great yariety of herbs and
ipices; these cost cery little; if you
would buy a few cents' worth at a time
rou would soon have a goo I assort.
nent. Tit best kinds are sage, thyme,
iweet marjoram, tarragon, mint, sweet
)asi, parsley, bay leaves, cloves, mace,
ielery seed and onions. If you will
lant the seed of any of these seven
irst mentioned in little boxes on your
vindow sill, or in a sunny spot in the
rard, you cah generally raise all you
ieed. Gather and dry them as fol
ows: Parsley and tarragon should
>0 dried in June and July; just before
lowering; mint in June and July,
byne, marjoram and savory in July
Lnd August; basil and sage in August
md September. All herbs should be
;athered in the sunshine, and dried
)y artificial heatt that flavor is best
>reserved by keeping them in air-tight
in cans, or in tightly-corked glass
Tnuic economy, is not buying the
lowest priced article. The best is
aheapest. So with Dobbins' Electric
;oap, (made by Cragin & Co., Phila.,)
It is best and cheapest and we ask our
readers to test it for themselves.
To BLVACH CLoT.-Into eight quarts
)f warm water put one pound of chlo
ide of lime; stir with a stick a few
ninutes, then strain through a bag of
,oarse muslin, working It with the
land to dissolve thoroughly. Add to
his flive bucketfuls of warm water, stir
t well ind put in the muslin. Let it
'main in one hour turning it over
iceasionally, that every part may get
horoughly bleached. When taken
mut, wash weil in two waters to remove
he lime, rinse and dry. This quantity
vill bleach twenty-five yards of yard
vide muslin. The muslin will bleach
nare evenly and quickly If it has been
horoughly wet and dried before
OATMAL.-GIVC 1.he children oat
neal at least once a day. It isgenuine
)one and muscle food, ahd they must
hrive. Could our girls make the
norning and night meals on real
ourisliiont-not piastry-take more
o nourish the brain and nerves, we
houild have lose of the neuralgia among
>ir wouen. Indeed, this oatmeal
nusli wold aflord amlple tood the last
liea), which shotld ordinarily be the
ightest, simple, and easy of digestion,
ecuring good sleep, while it may well
orm11 a part of tke morning meal. Its
xtenslve use would (o imuch to pro
note health aiong u.s.
WALCING m1atces all over the coun
ry have been the real style; but the
'true a1gony" has been shown in thoso
iniumerable natches nightly walked
)y anxious fathers carrying crying
mables. The remedy-Dr. Bull's Baby
53ril). Plrice 25 cents a bottle.
TrAiOcA CUSTAD.-Soak three large
ablespoonffuls of tapioca over night in
pint of cold water; the next morning
dd one quart of milk, a little salt, and
>al; four eggs, on1 half cupful of
ugar ; 11avor with lemon or vanilla ; a
neringue can be made from the whites
>f the eggs by adding a little powered
ligar, and b)rowning it in the oven.
)he teacupIfl of tapi)oca dissolved in
vater ever night; beat three eggs and
me cupI of sugar together, and stir iiurn
he tapioca ; then add one cju ir t of swe- t
iiiik ; stir well; bake in pJuddin1g di1sh
initil custar(i thickens.
Tio P'JiisEinyx LAMP CHIMNEYs.-'
'lace your tumibiers, chiimneys, or ves
~els which you desire to keel) from
~racking inito a p)ot tilled with cold
vater, add1( a little cooking salt, allow
he miixture to boll wvell over a lire, and
hen to cool slowly. Glass treated in
his wvay is said1 not to crack, evenl if
splosedl to -very sudden changes of
empej)raturie. Clhimnieys are said to
ieome very durable by this process,
yhich imay also be oxZended to crockery
toneware, phorcelin, etc. The ex
)fr1ime nti is so cheap) that it deserves a
VEGFzir!iE is acknowledged by all
alasses of p)eop)le to be tihe best and most
r~eliable blood purifier in the world.
iizedl chaims cut in smlall pieces; halt
their liquor anid .one quart, of water.
Lane onion chopped Ine, one quart of
milk, two welt-beaten eggs; two table
Ipoonsfuil of flour and one oftbuter rub
bed thor ougliy together, and stirred
tito the liquid ; seasoni with cayenne
pepper in mnoderation, as itLis very hot;
sddi a grating or so of nutmeg or
blade of mace; let simmer about 20
nimiutes; toast cut in smiall bits put in
the tureen, and( the soup1 pouiredi upon
It, is an addition liked by many.
To boil meat, when the meat Is to be
oaten, p)lunge it. in boiling water. so as
to sear the outside anid retain the juices.
To make soupJ, when tihe object is to
extract all the juices from the meat,
cut upl ini small pieces and1 put oin in
A SHEFFizI nminutacturer Is re
portedi to have toldl his workmen to
vote just as they pleased--"in fact, I
shia'ni' tell you how I am going to
vote,'' lie said. '"After it is over I
shttll have a barrel of beer brought lnto
the yard.'' ("H-ear, hear," shouted
tine men.) "But I sha'ni't tap. it uniless
Mr. Wort,iey, the tory candidate, gets
SOMF admiring pIoet said( of hits best
girl, "'tUpon her face a thousand dim
plles 8mile f~or me1."' Whllehi only add(s
more emphasis to the adage, "Love is
blind.'' llow like the miischieof au girl
gould look with a thousand dinmples on
1ncr face. '['le p)oet must have meant
Y'ou many say wvhat you please about
it, but there is luck in horseshoes. A
womani nailtd One up against a wood
shed a month ago, and 'Iast week her
husband eloped with the hired girl.
'.The nian had not earned a cent for
more than two years.
A MUntDmtRERI was hanged in Texas
the other day, hut it was by a mistake;
the worthy citizens thought he had
stolen a horse.
CounTsuI s a novel; marriage is
.A CARLss DIr?, a change of'water or a Cold
Settling Iu the Bowels, very often, b' lngs on at
thfis season of tile .vear, an obstinate Diarrhcoat
0o.0r some er0o affecuo0n of the stomach or'
beoels. imp riting the I fe of the pat, ent, If
you would treaLtiueh o mplainms In a ralloaat
war, try at ence Dr. Ja,j ne's Carm natIve Bat
sm, a simpl but safe iemedy In such attacks,
und eall eff, etual In all eases of Cramps,
Ono,e Mobus, Dysentery an Summer (Jom.
AlELIoGouS body having resolved
to build a new church, the pa*tor went
about begging very zealously, accept.
ing not only the widow's but the
ohild's,mite, In the Sunday sohool a
few days afterward, whII9 Instructing
the children, he compared himself to a
shepherd, and then Inquired what h
latter did with his flook. One bri t.
eyed little fellow promptly repled,
"he shears them."
AN old gentleman complaining that
his glasses were not strong enough - tc
serve his turn, was told by the ol.tiolan
that they ought to be so, seeing they
were "twos." "What have you gol
ifter twos Y'? inquired he. "A umber
nes," was the rep1'y. "And after
ones?" "Oh," said the optician. "If
you don't find them sfrong enough,
sir, you will require a dog and a
IT is becoming fashionable to con
nect printing offlces by telephone with
Dhurches, which enables the editorial
staff to slaughter two ornithological
specimens with a single rock, so tc
speak. Journalists can play euchre
and hear a sermon at the same time;
but the advantages are on one side
l'ho minister can't watch the progress
Df the game as he preaches-.
A Workingian says: "Debt, poverty
and suffering haunted me for years,
canaed by a sick family and large billl
for doctoring, which did no good. I
was completely discouraged, until one
year ago, by the advice of my pastor, I
procured Hop Bitters and commenced
their use, and in one month we were all
well, and none of us have been sick a
day since; and I want to say to all poor
men, you can keep your families well
a year with H1op Bitters for less than
one doctor's visit will cost."-0hritian
TwE latest rage among young ladies
.s to posses.s an old fashioned spin
ing wheel for a parlor ornament.
L'he desire to possess an old-fashioned
,vash board and tub as a kitchen orn a
nent doesn't rage much among young
adies. They are about as handsome
is the spinning wheel, but they are not
MR. SIMPKINs often declares that he
iever drinks anything stronger than
ularet. But coming home recently. at
nidnight, and putting his lips to his
vife's ear, he whispered mysteriously:
'Hush, my dear, don't be alarmed but
heire are burglars about. They have
%tready stolen our keyhole; I had to
get in by the cellar windows!"
PROFEssIONAL I)OIIiOStY Is well
:aken off in the following anecdote:
Dontal doctor (looking learned and
ipeaking slowly)-" Well, mariner,
wvhiich tooth (1o you want extracted I
[s it the molar, or incisor?' Jack
:short and siarp)-"Ilt is in the upper
ier, on the larboard side. Bear a hand,
rou swab, for it Is nipping my jaw like
li came into the sanctum with a
large roll of manuscript under his arm,
ind said very politely : "I have a lit
tle trifle here about twe beautiful sun.
set yesterday, which I would like in
serted if you have room." "Plenty of
room. Just insert it yourself," replied
the editor, gently pushing the Waste
basket toward hin.
"W ILL you be so kind, my little
t riendl, as to tell your grandmother thai
the man who Is taking the census
wouldl like to see her?" said a down.
town censur-taker recen>ly to a young
miss of seven summers. The little one
besitated ani instant and then replied;
''Yes, sir I ll tell her, butl (loon't be
lieve she has any."
TnE peoI)le of Williamstown cele.
brated Decoration Day by having a
Docking main,pigeon-sho ting n atches,
walking Contests, and a free fight. Hlou
true the wordis of the poet, "Oum
beroes (lid not die in vain."
THE merits Of.Dr. Bull's Baby Syrug
ire acknowledged by all who have
sver used it for the diseases of infancy
Price only 25 cents a bottle.
"I DEFY the ightn ing to strike me 1'
said an .Indian man during a tlrundeu
storm. Next nmoiment a bolt of heaven's
fire danced down the chimney, ani
killed a dog for which lhe paid $28.
THEx boat race flasco between CJurt,
ney and HanlIan so disgusted the peo,
pie. of Washington with water that bnl
few have either drunk it or uathed ir
AN old bachelor tbeing ask 3d if eve:
lie had witnessed an execution, re
jplied: "N4o, but I once saw a marri,
THE best accounts of battles can be
written by men who go to the .rear fo:
water when the engagement is hiottest
IT's a wise man that can recogn!ze
clrene from the description given or
the advertising boards.
A OOD temperance wprk-Remov
ing the bars at the miouth of the Mis
A MONG the rcOgnized small vice;
A HOUss without newspapers is Ilki
a house wvithout windiows.
THEa sea sick man finds it hard tA
hold his own.
Sn0o o ward- catarrh Cure.
Some people would rather be hum
bugged tihan to get "value received'
t'or their moniey. Hence it ie thatsael
p)ersois ruin after this and that pretend
~d cure for catasrrh, forgetting that Dr
Sige's Caitarrhs Remsedy Is so positivi
is lis etlects, that its former p)rop)rietoJ
idyvertisedl it for years throughout th<
UJnited States under a positive guar
antee, of'ering $500 reward to an in
ca.rable case and was neover called upo)0
to pasy thtis reward except in two cases
This remedy has acqalred such a fain
that a branch oflco has been establisise
in L,'ndon, England, to supply th
foreign dlemand for it. Sold bydrug
g sts at 60) cents,
UNABILE TO nRIRATHEK THnROUGH NOSE.
Dr.11.V. IEnH :March 11th 1970.
D)ear Sir-$omne time ago I bought
Do,uche, somse of your Dr. Sage'
O.uiarrli Remedy and Golden Medics
tlscovery and commenced to use theta
Trho aches andl pains as wvell as sor
throat and catarrh from which I hay
been for' so long a'time a sufferer, hav
entirely left me with their use. I fet
liko a no w man is ivell as look like ont
F~or four years I was unable to b''eath
through my nose, Fromu the use of th
(jatarrhm Remedy I can'd (1o5 now free
y. Y.our medicines I know to be a~
hat they are represented, Long liv
Dr. Piorce and tao gentlemen conneci
ed with him,
Qratefully vour. WATSO ua.
6W oWerved:that .nO attnpt
a tad hunt up out-of.the-way or
11"knOW4 'places to And endorsement.
Whbre will yod find such another aray
of nanleis of influential yeople. and If
space permitted, there would be a-dded
an overwhelming mass of evidence
from all parts of the country of the
, wonderful curative properties of Sim
anons' Livel Regular.
-Hon. Alexander H. Stephens;
John W. Beakwith' Bishop of GA.
Gen. John B. Gordon, . U. . Senator.
Hon. John Gill Shorter, ex-Governor
Rev. David Wills, D. D., President
O lethorpe College.
ishop Pierce, of Georgia.
Hon. James 'Jackson (Arm Howell,
Cobb & James Jackson), Att9rney at
Law, Macon, Ga.
Jno. B. Cobb.
R. L. Mott, Columbus. Ga.
Air. H. N. Moseley, in a recent lecture
maintained that at comparatively small
depths in the sea It is almost eertain
ly entirely dark so fa'' as sunlight is
concerned. Prof. Foral found that in
the lake of Geneva, at a depth of only
30 fathoms, photographic paper was
entirely unacted upon after protacted
exposure. We can hardly believe, Mr.
Moseley says, that the red, green, or
yellow rays can penetrate seawater
much further.than those rays to which
ordinary photographic paper is sensi
tive. He dredgOt blind crustacea at a
-depth of 120 fathoms; the investigators
of Lake Geneva found a blind isopod
at a depth cf 55 fathoms. In depth of
590 fathoms almost everywhere,
in depths of over 1,000 fathoms,
there must'be an entire absence of our
rents In the water-any movement
must be of a molecular nature only,
excessively slow and quite impercepti
ble to animals. Altogether, the deep
sea, cold, dark and still, must be about
the slowest place to live in that can be
Imagined. Science is 'disabusing
'people's mhids of the notions implanted
in them by poetry,
Eleven years our daughter suffered
on a bed of misery under the care of
several o; the best (and some of the
worst) physicians, who gave her dis
ease various names but no relief, and
now she is restored to us in good health
by as simple a remedy as Hop Bitters,
that we had poohed at for two years,
before using it. We earnestly hopd
and pray that no one else will let their
sick suffer as we did, on account of pre
judice against so good a medicine as
The theory was some time ago advanced
by an English astronomer that, owing
to peculiar solar and lunar action, the
earth and moon would eventually come
into collision. This theory was op
posed by some of the most learned acl
entific men, who showet that, owing
to the position of the tidal wave, the
moon is drawn not exactly in the di
reotion of the earth's centke of gravity,
but a little to the east of that centre,
and that in consequence of this she is
made to recede from the earth, her or
bit is enlarged, and her angular motion
diminished, Such an argument, how
ever, it is replied, does not affect the
theory propounded-that is, the condi
tions thus named by its opponents do
not, in the least (legiee, prevent thA
consumption of the vis viva of the earth's
motion around the common centre of
gi avity, although, to a certain extent
at least, it must prevent this consump
tion from dimin Ishi ng the moon's dis
tance and increasme, her angular mo
ion ; but r.s this cosumption of vie viva
will go on through indefInite ages, if
the present order of things remains
unchanged, the earth and- the moon
must ult mately come to,e her, with
results wi ioh the im iginationuu, only
HTo, Yu BALDIiEAD5 i-There is just
one way, and no more, by which you
may be cured-use CARBOLINE. a deod
orize.i extrac'. of pretroleumn. It will
positively produce new hair; there is
no substitute for this marvellous petro
leum hair renewer.
A pine of water -is equal to about
twenty-seven cubic inches, or a square
box three inches long, three wide and
three inches deep.
Linseed oil, boiled with substances
for clarifying and imparting drying
properties is the usual vehicle for oil
Frequent application of neat's-foot oil
to belting promotes regularity of speed
durability of leather and economy of
The Florida cedar is universally need
by pencil makers, on account of its fine
grain, softness and 'strength all com
A Case of Piles of So Years' Standing.
BOSTON, MASS., August 6, 1877.
Exsa .NEUBTAEDTER A Co.,
GIentlomen:-Enlosed please find *1 00 fos
a box of Dr. kl. Bilsbee's "'Anakesia." I have
boon troubled with the p les since 1849, and
have-tried almost evei-sthing that I could'find,
but without success. 4 have just been using
yours, and have defived more benefit from I?
. ban any that I have erer tried. Please for'
-wa.-d me a box at once.
- iurs truly, A. TSEDYARD,
77 Traverse street, Boston.
e.mple.' of "Anakesis" are sent free to all
sufferers on. applheation to P. Neustaedter &
'o., Biox 391t, New York..
Whaat at D~oes.
Kidney-Wort moves the bowels regularly,
cleanses the blood, and radically enres kidney
disease, gravel, piles, bilious headache, and
pains which are caused- by disordered 'liver
and kidneys. Thousands have been cured
why should y ou not try it ?-Grpus.
A Valuable Gift Free.
A book on the Liver. its diseases and their
treatment sent free. Inoluding treatis*h upon
Liver Complaints, Torpid Liver, Janndice,
Biliousness, Headache. Donstipation, Dyspep
eia, Malaria etc. Address Dr. Sanford, 169
Broadway, Neow York city, N. Y.
The Voltale Belt Coa., aarshall, Miek.
Will send their celebrated Eleotre Voltas.
Pelts to the afflicted ua 80 days's trial.
c ures guaranted h an what
-y F Wit, Sasmand Convadelo
Are solu byt by th es ofe
Wi,1tme32N0th,s tsT NR TIs.
GREAT WESTERN GU L
PurtUe pthe won, Rdovat9 anG
. Iuvigoratesthe-whole Syste m
ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES AR --
Alterative, Tonice, Solvent
Torille Is mnade ejIcsvely fon% the Julsm K
of at ly.selected rot= an ber?s and
so strong concentrated hat it wlu effectVally
eIdlestby-from thle system every $RInt of Seree-,
I ac eeltss Al"1r Er YeAVONs , i
Salt 8bens. Oy.1holtle 41sease4 -e
hker, WAqIinoss at the 01towneb. andal r"
Clisem-es that awise from. iropure blood.12Se1.
atel,lnGanSmnator7 and 0hronie ien. ne
eaatialt NeuraIgR Qouq And spinal F
giolbalts, can only be 60tually ured an
through the blood. bet. IC
For Ulcers abd EaZ" tieDisae of the I
Shi, 'ut~l ~A~ Bpie, bli*tebes re
ose%Tte ela" h ani alum- of
worms VXErTI*B has never failed to e
For Patas In the 'Back, Eldney Comnpltats Li
Drop. Female weakness. Leucorrhwa, arising the
TrorntIternal ulceration and uterIne otseases So
an General Debility, VIGTINE acte directly I
upon the causes of these complalts. It luvigo- Stc
rates and atreqgW&ens the Who00 lessm bot@ str
Qpe& the *s,VMOr.t organs, allays In iamnmation
sures ulceratIon and resumates the bowels. m
For Catarrh Dyssa Habitual Costivenewa b
alpitaton o1 tile art, Headache, FIles, Ne
eusness and General Prostration of the Nervous ly
Bt. no awdiclue has ever given such p*r. be,
e i ttisractlon as the VEGRTINB. It pullues
the blood, cleanses all of the organs, and by
Besses a contiollIng power over the nRo0s W"
The remarkable cures effected by Ve tins
have induced many p ayscla and aPOA00a.
tee"whom we know, to prescribe and use it In 00
fteir own fazallIS& unite
rta Vegtine Is the best rem yet
=oedfor the above dlqeaaes, and Is tie Only
IabLe LOOD PURIFIER yet placed before
PREPARED BY Prim
I. R. STEVEN8, Boston, Mass. o
Fegotine is Sold by all Druggists, "
The Only Medicine 38
That Aets at the same Time en and r.
The Uver, the Bowels and the KidnqL (Ip.
These great organs are the natural cleans- (toca
ere of the system. it they work well health ROB)
will beVperfect It they become ci ged, P
dreadful discases are aura to followLlGJ1
TERRIBLE SUFFERINO. fall u
Elitouness, Headoche, Dyspepsia, Jana.
dlei Constipation and PlIes, or Kid. 01
ney Complaits, Gravel, Diabetes, J
or Rheumatic Pains and Ache,
are developed because the blood is poisoned
with the humors that should have been
will eoretehah acanll these Ms
detro yng evils will bo banished; neglect trave
tem an u will live but to sufcry and C
onnsbavebefin,cured. Tryiandyon lay I
wil add one iaoro to the number. Take It ustel:
an dheat willonce more gladden yoe heart sari
saegrftutbet nmef@sAeigbki PW,
~, sarushiafesbasupamandsruss Ied
Kxhzy -Wo will cure . Try a pack
ageo at once and be aasai Tyae
It. a dry vegetable compomd and
One Packagemakessix quartsofr adlao.
Four DruggLet a*. %I or wM7 adl 0 jbr to th4
rou. InshS upon kaving i .. .l-00- the "
'EWL1, RIOEADSON b 00., phoplio, rom
10 (Wiil .e.d p.tp.id.) - Bulia.nt.., v, STU
CELEBRA TE F
Servo an Injunction on Disease
By invigorating a feeb'e constitution, renovat
and innu toius clrdulation wit ioateter's
Btcraen Bitters, the finest, the most highly *
sanctioned, and the most popular tonIc and
prvtiv d Dexesgene.alFor sa e by all Drug.
oftbuieau,w*ea. man oft
ened by the stran of terstollina over
stimulants an u se tre brain n'oryean,*
Hop Sitters. . waste, use H op *, ard
discret ao o n suering from an in t~
dieio'ln"or'*ala t*io"i you aa.
ndrs,nle old sor p og,seri from
Woeryou a nusay nds die an. -
*=nec o ee ua*lTy".fr o s
PJ8,gdo ijD. i. O. O0A
andnd ore fr
e n e O leou or R
fnedo h.au unke--es, On
nichl iticsbyeer -WR]
and woeakh ieae ras and thmuth thedfor en
b o~E Ciiuar,adnhv
ariel and surel creythe umedio IIe Y.
funr.Kdeyl dsaaeo, d ry yealtaedlnhae beeoi
on,wh ave bdy,freqete ch for eas ness ha
alternae w use hoURitti hch dar mppeti ad
Te WOEifr an "alth wil be quereaed
setpind pt ad. asoihEecLLSaU
gr eteia dGod ofedia e Bsory ure l
Roug Skn, iNpo used yftk
es,e Ees Kcuo's Korea
Sekad a~~do lns h" a?
n fce r bdy,freuen heach or'diiloss ba
DNEY AND 'LIVER MEDICINE
XUNT'S REMtEDY bu saved from linger.
: disease and death hundreds whohave been
en up by phyicians to die.
2UNT' EMEDY cuies all Diseases
the Kidneys, Bladder, Urinary Organq,
,opsy, Gravel, Diabetes, and Ineonti.
nee and Retention of Urine.
(UNTIS REMEDY encourages sleep, creates
aott%, braces up the system, and renoWed
IUNT*S REMEDY cures Pain In the
to, Back, or Loins, General Debility,
miale Diseases, Disturbe Sleep, Loss'
Appetite, Bright's Disessej and -all
nn Points of the Urino-Genital Organ..
I UNT'S REMEDY quickly inducee the
rer to healthy action, removing the causes
t produce Billous Headache, lyepsaa,
ur Stonnach, Costiveness, Piles, c.
ly the use of HUNT'S REMEDY the
mach and Bowels will speedily regain their
Ongth, and the Blood will be perfectly purified.
I UNT'S RE MEDY is purely vegetable, and
eta a want never before' furnished to the pub.
and the utmost reliance may be placed in it.
IUNT'S REMEDY is prepared express
for the above diseases, and has never
Dn known to fitsl.
ae trial will convinee you. For Sale
all Drugnists. Send for Pamphlet to
M. R. CLARKE, Providence, R. I.
Prices, 75 cents, and $1.25 (large size).
Diton & 00. are Solo Agents for the
d States for the extenslo cataloguo of
5yello's Insic Pollcau,on
g them are more thwn a thousand Anthems and
oe0s. Part-Sonitand Glee Books, Iantatas, Ora
.Oporas,o&c.,&c. Send for Cataioguo.
call sp-clat attention to tho valuable series of
We Or osy In-truction Books of whio vof
ar ones are, TURi RII.Eb TS 01' MUSI11,
1t, ly Cumm'n E. E ARI OI' PIANO
I .( uob DrSar. THE ORGAN,
D, Dr. Saner. 811 1,i182). by Randg
MU410AL FORMS, i), by auar M.
~,i1 (81). by; Dr. sitaln, h IN83,11UME NTA.
(li), by rout, nd I LN,(4)by
for Goe. Garilols Grand M1aroh, e cts.) and
)ok's0ampaifn Mlarch (40 ets.? I bl usto
legant portritIs of the Presidential Usadidates.
Ohars will not fail to exam Ine, during the sum.
t*e bna ned d for their winter's w r". We
on TE TEMLE (II, an THE VOIE Of
SHIP1, (&I) for 8ihnslie 8011110 and C'hoirs,
'r tame lNiter ylINH VDIERtO V ANTHER~
(.26) ald E IIRSONIS A I E, HOOK,
our High 8chouls, Til E IVE M X 1 lit)H 11.
(01); for Common Sphano a, HONG BRtLS
i). nearly ready; for Sunday Schools. WH ITY
'&P ct or Teperanca work. TIKM.
102o-,ts) All are firt.lass booh,. Don't
Ilver Ditson & Co., Boston.
A. DITSON & 00.12=0hestnut St.. Phila.
AKE HENS LAY.
Unrglisa e Vternary Sgeon and Oentst new
rfn. in onki es cor$&)ata w9snor eitheAu
latt. Pow.r he. JO re8 wort0.,sBaer, It.
1hat 1-horldan'' VondtI abwe
Fpure and rimenso valuable Neting en
will make hens lay ike MranIs Cdittoj
ers. Dose, oe teaon to on fpit 0fse
everywhere, or sep bmail0 fo egt t
Pat 1.S. JOHNS 0 C., Bagr, qMe.ot
irlyvant's great Catr"er "qied"
safest, most ag reeable and effectual remedr In
orld for the eur* of OATARRHI. Nozawstter
what cause., or how long standing. by giving
RDIVANT'S CATARRH REMEDY
and impartial trial. you will be onvinced of
lot. This medline Is very plesant and can
eon by the mostdeolicate stomlach Iror sal* by
u ?fl3~ad.YUOLLOWAY A bO,0 Arell
b e D to Se the NEW KOOK
Ledand Caeo 5tOOkLrow rutas aage
toIaeMoney ona time Param.
Ilustrtios ed fe or circular. to
McOURDY 00C.. Philadelphia. Pa.
Lu.,tothos a i 2 to f5 or oE.h
one ), and i 'eie. fo kInds of Ink, sU
H. LDO,P. M.a Alvarado, Texas.
D1 a. I I Dorancas
ft o staEIh of Jeen
has gned onistha Delacg'a Pile n
r ~l~anto. r~,Pto tte Id
forcitens a wels of anydeh.
ware trade 0 unuta anore, P mp makers, ole.
0. 0. ELA TC LEY,
MARKET Street, PHiLaDMLPHIA.Pa.
A PON IFIEBR
Old Reliable Ooncentrated Lye for FARIh?I
nkin ara oi a nj Tilet oap quickly
ull weight and strengt.
B1 FOR SA.PONIPInC,
AND TAKE NO OTHER.
f N'A SALT MANEIP0 CO., PHIILADM'
A YEARl and exponses to agents
:. Outfit Free. Address
P.0. VIOKERY. Augusta, Me.
05e answering an advertlnenment will
Br afavor u on the: advertiser and the
ise ysa gta hyswteadver.
aent in thisi ournsal (namiing the paper
h,A ND PIL.8
son thnytmotouateis Sn* .oisono*us
volumes of testimony ofits wonderinaloeurative
as alian good, or drastio pius, but use natures
Ie SatDismVves oerSay e
blood, are coqee by thi powerful,
ag Totter, Rose Rash, 3enes, fea.m
m, Whe.wei.i.s,..@..r ..,Th.
oct.*k Oc 'bin -brown
tongne eoated, you are sufferinhot
forall aicI cases Dre l4teroes Qod
.u nrtion. e.,arl tgso
Bedpheloln rauo t
TRE 0REAT BLOODPR $
MOR Tag EOF A
AR~IY ORo 00
BleD U 5ted-ma Tbe too" ge *0~ Stm4k,p
00RlUPTING TH AND VIATINO
Swelli Bcki Dor B h to
W ieSwe gs T r Ul , ,e
Diseases Mercurial ise ses,e- ile 0o14.
plainrt, Zout.; Drop y, Salt theum, ra&hOts
Liver Complaint, &oe
24ot only does the sr"arlillan -sslIe
exoel anromedisal a"t.In Vb roo
Crus ConalIs(tlal and Is 9 4i Ds 1es;
but it Is he only positive oure for
IIDNkY AND BLADDERO0MPLAINTS,
Urinary and Womb DiV1ases, Grqxel Aftbetes
rice SIh lseaM, Albumiurs, and in all
oass t terear brok dse4s
the water is thick. oloudy, mlW"ItIOW
stances like the white of an 0& or threads 1A
white sim, or there is a mor dark, bW
Warances and wbie boe-ust deo
w a there Is a pricking, burn sensation
when pass water, and a n tne sfa of
thakagouf the 1loins. Sdby Dmqg
g1ts. PRIOR ON DOLLAR.
OVARI t7 O OF TRW YBA= IBW I
One bottle coats more of the acttve p 01.
Meso died es tra Rny other Prea'1n.
Taken In Teaspoonful doses, while. ethers re.
iuire five or six timed as much.
RADWAY'S READY REMEF
Cures the Worst rains In trom
* On6 to Twenty minaNto,
Not One nlour,
AFTER READING TITS ADVERXSZENT.
NEED ANY ONE SUFPER WITU PAIN?
Radway's Ready Relief
IS A CURE FOR EVERY PAIN.
It was t first ant is the ONLY Pain Remedj
that ins tly stopi the most excruclahina
Infammation and cures onges.
flroofrothelyangs, stomach 'OW
or otfier glands or organs, by One-aplication.
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES.
no matterhow violent or exoruciating the pai
the Rheumatic bed-rid-len, Infirm. ,1filed.
Nervous Neuralgic, or prostrated witA dmeast
Radway's IMeady Reie' will At.
ford Instant E11e.
Infammattion of the Kidneys. Iman.
mation arthe.1ladder, IftmOananlleo
of the ROWel1,*, conton0 of the
Lun0re, Uore Thr"el, St eath.
sag. Palpitation of the moes, H ser-.
te, Oro 01phtheil Catarr , I.
Unn o ksdtcih., S'eh.e e a e.
ralKim. hlbeumnatiman. Cold Chills. Age
Chilip, Chilblaluas muid Frost Sit..
-The application of the Ready Re)let to the
por parts where t4o pain or dMoWty exists
Wil afor ea a ndcomfort.
Thirty to sixty drops in halt a tumbler of
water will In a& few moments cure Cramps,
Spasms sour stomach, Heartburn, Sick Boad.
aoe D iarhoea, Dysentery, Colic, Wind in the
Bowels, and allInternal Pins.
Travelers should al carry a tbot t f Ra
way's Ready Reliefwith'then A SwdosI
chane of water. Its beier tha Frech
Brandy or Bitters as a stimulant.
FEVER AND AGUE~.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for fifty cente.
There is not a remedial agent in this world that
will cure Fever andA Aue and all other Malar'
eus Bilious, ca let Ti 'aod Yellow and other
VR~~AIY READY, Y'S iLLb) seA4uol
per bottle. SRiD~EIu
Radwayfs Regulating Pills.
and Natural in their Operation.
A VEGETABLE SURSTiTUTE NOR OA!OXEI,
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with
swet gm, purge, regulate, purIfy, cieanse and
RIADWAY's Pnas jar the cure of ial Disorders
der Nervous Diseases, eadache Cn i
00stiveness, Indigestion. D aefIlous
ness. Fever. inilammation of theleowel
and ali-derangements of the Internal Vicra.
Warranted to effect a perfect cure. Purely
e te1 sping no mercury, mainerals of
WObsre th e following symptm eltn
Dat10, Inwrd Pies, lneas of te6 Blood in
Bead A ofthe Stomach, Nausea. Heart.
the 8%.mach, Sour ructaion, Sinnigo lut
terin atwhenheart, Choking or BuftigSen
Viaion, Dote Qr Webs Beore the Sight Fever n
Dull In in the Head, Deficiencr oE Prpra.
tion ~eliowness of the Skin and Eyes. abin
teati, Chest, gimb te)and Sudden Flushes of
A few doses of RADwAY's Pius winl free the
system from all the above-named disorders.
Prtee, 35 Comte per nox.
We repeat that the reader must consult our
books,and papers on the subject of diseaseB and
their cure, among which may be named:
"Fine and True ,"
ad ethers relating to different classes of Dim.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTpr
READ "FAL,Sm AND TaUE."
Send a letter stamp to RADWAT * Cg.,
No. WaWarren, iqw. Churein St., New
SWnformati0n worth thousands will be sent
TO THE PUBLICe
oftDin RauwAy'sold est1liho B.i.I Rum
DIES than the base and worthle.s imitations of
them. as there are False Rosolvent, Reies
and Plls. Be sure and ask for Radwa'sand
see that the name "Radway" is on Wha .yo
Gunpebn ete Sni reb.cds ht
s ~toi liie an re n ~ ~ r
9 rPtc9fe ro te yrce sad
JOS. C. GRUBB & C0.,
712 Mirket Street. Phila.. Pa.
4, N. ,