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AINTs ON 110MRs RE"RPImG. The
*Jdo stall is a luxury, and ought to be
or even ten feet wide, if the room
anibespared. Loose boxes are impor.
tan& for, horses of great value; In
Auch stalls they can get perfect repose
by changing their position, reoover
from the fatique of a hard day'a drive
and then be ready for their task the
next day. The food best adapted to
the borse is oats and hay of the best
quality, occasionally varied with a bran
mash, with turnips or carrots as an al.
terative. The growth and develop.
ment of bone and muscle depends
greatly on the food they eat. It is im.
portant to select such as contains all
the elements needed to form the bone
and njuscle of the horse. It -is self ev
ident that the nutritive matter supplied
by the food must be equal to the ex
haustion or natural waste of the body
to keep up condition. The horse that
is about to be driven on a journey need*
hardening by ex6rcise-preparing by
sweating out the body to purifly and
increase the circulation of the blood,
and also by hand rubbing the legs to
m.ke them firm and elastic-a prepar
ation In some degree corresponding
with that attained by a horse thr
daily driven on the road for ordi
work. Foy one week from the
they need daily exercise, comment
with eight or ten miles, and gradua.
Increasing to twenty per day. This
exercise, with appropiate food, will
harden their muscles, strengthen their
limbs, and prepare them to performed
their tasks without giving out oil the
road, materially declining in flesh, or
seriously exhausting their physical
powers' If we perform long drives
with horses accustomed to short work
only, the sudden transition from indo
lenes to great exertion will relax their
musMles, weaken their joints, depress
thf ir spirits, and break down their con
stitution. They are not prepared f6r
such severe exertions. Condition will
prepare them to do their work cheerful
ly last their lives out with sound limbs,
and preserve their constitutional vigor.
lcRE are a couple or hints that may
be serviceaule in the management of
the calla lily and oleanler. The first
relate to the calia lily, which, bought
at a greenhouse, soon began to droop
and turn yellow. I procured a three
gallon glazed crock, filled it two-thirds
full of rich earth, and thon put in the
plant and filled nearly to the brim with
water, which I have kept at about that
level ever since, adding now and then
a few drops of ammonia. To day, my
calla stands four feet high, with four
broad, dark green leaves; a stalk in the
water line is as large tir.ny wrist, and
t so flower at ms arc appearing.' The
iecond describes a better way with the
oleander than the usual one of allowing
it to grow without training, in the de
sire to procure blossoms at the earliest
possible moment: " In starting from
a cutting, my practice i to pinch oir the
shoots above the second or third joint,
or more if desired, and the reward for
such practice is double, and sonmetimes
treble, the number of shoots whicli may
again be pinchlc(, thus producing i com
pact,.bushy head,- This Is in itself an
ornament; besides, the plant Is vigorous
and able to support a large numuer of
clusters of flowers."
To MAKE new hair grow, use CARB,
LINE, a deodorized extract of petro
leum. This nat.ural petroleum hair
renewer, as recently improved, is the
only thing that will really produce
new hair. It is a delightful dressing.
IxAyEs IN IlOnssCs.-.lloaves is caused
by over-heeding on clover, hay or straw
and sometimes by other bulky and in
- nutritious foods. Th'ie expansion of
the stomach presses upon and inter
feres with the action of thme lungs,
Dusty hay, smutty straw and othier
impure bulky substances mnay give
trouble somnetimes by irritating the air
passages and1( cause heaves. Otten it ia
constitutional, being inherleed, wvith
narrow chests and lun)g8 incapable of
pecrforming their true service during
violent exertion. It is doubtful if it
can be entirely cured, but relief may ce
possible. Feed moistened cut feed,
meal mixed with it, or steeped oats.
A horse with the heaves should be fed
and watered at least two hours before
going out to work. Thn trouble is lla
ble to return at any time, and no cer
taitnty of relief from it need be enter,
tamned by tihe- owner. It is qIuite a
care, when once a horse seems to be rid
of it, to keep him so. 1t is niotcomnmn
with horses thm&s have the best atten
tion givenu to the p)rep)arationi of' their
K n.m. Youn SHEEP~m YOU~Ne,-Thcre
are hew tanimals k(ept on thme farm WI bich
when they arc ini their prime, pay aIs
well as sheep, and there are few, if anmy
others, upon01 whiom 01(d age has sucih a
danmaging effect. As the sheep is much
shorter lived than any other of our do
mestic animals, it is not stratige that,
many tarmiers attemnptto keep tnecm too
long. At, ten years of age the horse is
Just inm his p)rime, anud thme cow Is ais good
as ever, with the prospcOto01 remnainling
so several years lonlger. But the sheep
is very old whiemylt reaches the age of
ten, thme natural limit of the term of
life. After reachling this age sheep
are very likely to be il,Jured by the
slight exposures which (10 younger
animals no harm. T1hey are more liai.
ble to be att,acked by disease, and it
they live they will be likely to produce
less woool anid snaaller lamba than they
have done previoumsly. We (10 not
think it pays, e~xcept p)erhmaps in special
instancees, to keel) sheep after they are
six years old1.
EGYPTIAN ConN-Is attracting con
siderable attenioni in California.
The yield is enormous; itacquires little
care and .nakes excellent food for' man
and beast. It Is not produced in ears
at all, but, in a muchi muore condensed
form, it does nmot, grow as tail, but
branches more than Indian corn, amid
each branch is tumfted with a large
head conitaining thousands of seeds.
The climate of port,ions of California is
similar to that of Eitypt, anti it is
thlought this graini wviii prove to be a
very valuable p)roduct,. Onie grower
in that State claims to have hairvested
a crop averaging eighty bushels to the
acre. The grailn resemibies hiulled bar
ley, for which it is easily mistaken.
* There are two varieties, wh Ito and
browni, dif'ering in color and( flavor.
The white has as fine as flavor as rice,
while thq brown hias an acrid taste
while green, and till is pecrfectly dlry,
that tuakes it undesirable as anm article
* IIonored amnd mlest.
When a board of eminent physicians
and chemists announced the discovery
that by combining some well known
valuable remedlies, the most wonderful
*Kmed icine wgis produced, which would
ue such a wide range of disease that
os all other remetion could be dis
* ,.pensed with, many wore skeptical; but
p)Qo its1 merits by actual- trial has
d1 ~lpd all d6ubt, and to day h, die
co0orts of tha .(reat* - ,, 11op
~w;e re esed by al.
MOTHS AND OARPXT BEECRUE.-These
insects have a great repugnance total
low, and may be kept from woollens
and furs for and Indefinite period by
Its use. The wife of one of our Anieri
can ministers who resided abroad 'for
many years told uc that she preserved
her tine carpets left In thip country en-,
tirely from the ravages of moths by
wrapping up with them tallow candles.
When the carpet beetle has commenced
his work the carpet shouk be taken up,
sprinkled thoroughly with benzine and
tbe floor painted over with melted tal
low, taking care to fill up all the crev
Ices In the floor, as Ill these the larvw
secrete themselves. The carpet lining
will prevent any tallow getting upon
the carpet. The Builder and Wood
Worker gives an account of the man
ner in which a set of furnl}ure that
seemed to be alive with the larvie of
the moths was made good again. It
was set Into a room by itself aNd the
upholstery saturated. through and
through with benzine, applied by
means of a watering pot with a fine
rose sprinkler. Three gallons at thirty
cents a gallon were required. This
killid every moth, larvae and egg. The
benzine dried out in a few hours and
ts entire odor disappeared in three or
,r days. Not the slikhtest harm
&ppened to the varnish, or fabric or
wood or hair stufling. Moths pasIbd
and not a sign of a moth was seen. The
carpets were sprinkled all around the
sides of the room with equally good
effect. When.roolous or iurs are in
fested with moths, If they are put In a
box and sprinkled with be-zine, and
dhe box closed tightly, the moths will be
destroyed. Those who can procure
barrels from which alcohol has Just
been emptied will find them good to
store woollens In. The atmosphere of
such a barrel when closed tightly sutf..
focates the pests. A garment that is
sealedt up in fine brown paper is safe
from the moths, but it must be entire
ly free from them before being sealed
A fool once nore.
"For t.en years my wife was confined
to her bed with such a complication of
ailments that no doctor could toll what
was the matter or cure her, and I used
up a small fortune in humbug stuff.
Six monhs ago I saw a U. S. flag with
Hop Bitters on it, and I thought I
would be a fool once more. I tried it,
but my folly proved to be wisdom.
Two bottles cured her, she is now as
well and strong as any man's wife, and
it cost me only two dollars. Such folly
pay.Q."1-1. WV., Detrolt, Mlioh.-Free
JOINT FOR BREAKFAST, LuNcxEON On
PICNIc.-SIx or eight, Pounds flank of
beef very fresh, cut out the bone, la V
It in a shallow earthen-ware pan, and
rub well In the following mixture;
fotir tablespoonfuis of salt, two of
brown sugar, one tablespoon ful each of
powdered cloves, mmce and ginger.
*i'urn the meat, every day for a week,
and rub in the liquor found in the pan
(take care tu cover from the flies at
tracted by the sugar in the mixttre.)
soak in cold water for twelve hours.
The best plan is to put the meat into a
deep saucepan full of water, cover with
the Ild, and let it stand all night, then
dry It In a cloth, roll it tightly, put one
iron skewer through, and well bind it
round and over int> a go d shape.
Steam until done, take it out, and lay it
on a board, put a plate turned over on
the top with a heavy weight upon it,
an( when quite cold the binding may
be takecn oilf.
SALAn nxI D FnlUITs.-This French
dessert Is alple and good. Take equal
parts of' straw-berries or raspt>errIes,
red and white currants and v'ry rip)e
cherries, and remove nli the stalks and
the stones from t,he cherries. Sprinkle
a generous quantity of powdered lump
sugar over tite fruit-it will be hard to
get it too sweet-and a wineglass of
the best p)aie French brandy or more,
according to the quantit-y of fruit, toss
lightly until the sugar is all dissolved,
Scoucaian LINEN-Peel and slice two
onions, extract, the juice by p)oundling
and squeezing ; cut up half' an ounce of
line white soap, and add to the juice;
two ounces of fuller's earth and half a
pint of vinegar. Boil all together.
Whoe' cool spread over the Acorched
linen, and let it, dry on ; then wash and
boil out, the linen, and the spots will
disapplear, unless burned so badly as to
break the threads.
TuIOUsANns upon01 thOusands of ..-lid
ron die annually of those diseases in
oldent to e.iy chIldhood ; whereas, It
Dr. Bull's B iby Syrup weore used in
time, their' lives wou:ld in all proba
bility be saved.
FrA8'T i'nOMI lEAs.-TlO 0O10 large tea
cupifull of split bruiisetd peas put one(
pint of b)oiling wvater; cover It closely
so as wholly to exclude the air, and set
It in) a cool oven or by the side0 of the
fire for 24 houtrs, whmen it should have
a 111ne ?rot,h on tihe top ; a tablespoon fulI
of the wvater Is the p)rop)ortlon (in a
warm climate) to 0on0 pound of flour;
yeast thius prepiarcd Is very generally
used1( in Persia, aund the wvriter has em
ployed it in India for' three years with
p)erfec t success.
TAxxI a barrel and slack a bushel of
fresh limle 1in It, by cove lng tihe lime
with boiling water. A fier it Is slackedl
ad(d( cold water enough to bring It to
rho consistencey of good whitewash,
then dissolve in water and add one
pound1( of wvhite vitriol (sulphate of
zinc) anid 0one quart of 111ne salt. This
makes whitewash that will stick as
well as p)ainit. 1t owes its durability
chiefly to the vitriol, which hardens1
and fixes the wash.
Suppose a macline should fall to per.
form Its work, and the owner, instead
of trying to ascertain the cause of fail
uire anti remledy it, should conlclude' to
run right along, and argue that as the
machin11 had heretofore come arround
all right it wouldn soon1 be so again. if'
a general and1( pernmnent breaok-downi
ensued could anybody be blamed but
himself ? Now, prIecisely tils way (10
people act aid arue whena tihe "human
machine'' is out of order. When t.he
liver is "tor pId" and bowels constip)ated
every one knows that D)r. PIerce's
Pleoasan t Purgative Pol lets afford
promp lt and( permanent irelef. Yet
someI gJuCss the "inlachline" will Colme
around all righrr, anid do nothilug.
Could ainy system of false reasoning
be more glernicious? Suhppose thle
blood be out ot' order and there be pimi.
pies, ulcers, or runninig sores with
scrofulous tumnors, swellinlgs anid gen
eral debIlIty, and those thus affeoted
should refuse to use Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical D)iscovery, guessing that tihe
blood would putrify itself, cotild any
body be blamed but themselves, if a
general and permanent break-down of
helhesued ? No remedy yet known
eq-uals t DIscovery In curing all
*rfulostfrt bronchial and lung
$40OR, Sald h ruggeista.
GREAT-GRANDPAPAI - "Oh indeed I
you can lici your sisters at lawn-ten
Bl, can you? Well done, my boy I but
beWare of self-conceit, and never brag.
Why. I could liok everybody at lawn
tennis when I was your age-or could
have.done if there'd-been any lawh
tennis to play I I was the best cricketer,
the best fencer, the best boxer, runner,
jumper,.swimmer and diver I ever
came across. either at school, or col
lege, or after;' wid in classics and
mathematics I bea 'em all clean out
of the field I As for riding, no one
ever touched mie, or dancing either;
let alone that I -was the handsomest
man in the county, and the best dress
ed, for that matter; besides being the
wittiest and the most popular. Ay,
and such a song as I could sing, too I
And yet a more modest and unassum
itg demeanor than mine it's never
been my good fortune to set eyes on,
man or boy, these fourscore years and
ten-for I am all that, my boy, and
wore, though you'd never believe it to
look at me beware of self -conceit,
my boy, and never, never brag I"
WE know of many cases where
women have had their home duties
greatly lightened by use of Dobbins'
Electric Soap, (made by Cragin & Co.,
Philadelphia). We advise you o try
it and satisfy yourself of itt merit.
IlAnVARD man wants to know how
to tell if strawberry shortcake Is made
In regular style. If, after eAting i,
you go to bed and dream that you are
pursued by a three-headed dog, which
can climb trees, and wake up, to iid
yourself feeling as though a threshleg
machine was at work inside of you, it
is strong evidence that the cake was of
the regulation sort.
ON,% of the lady teachers in a Reno
public school, a few days since, was
laboring with an urchin on the science
of simple divison. This is what came
of it: "Now, Johnny if you had an
orange w.Ilch you wished to divide
with your little sister, how much
would you give hej ?" Johnny: "A
LITTLE four-year old Ned discovered
why mice are created with tails. He
was permitted to buy one that had been
killed in the house. He returned in a
few minutes with, ".Well, papa, I
buried mousie, and I left his tall stuck
out so you can tell where his grave is."
A NEw ToRK ,engraver recently
made this mistake: "Mr. and Mrs.
- -respectfully request your pres
ents at a marriage of their daughter.
A OENTLFMAN being asked whether
he was seriously Injured when a steam
boiler exploded, is said to have replied
that he was so used to being blown up
by his wife that mere steam had no
Pffect on him.
Two gentlemen were lately examin
Ing a portion of a plough in a market
plie. "I'll bet a guinea," said one.
"you do not know what this is for?"
"Done," said the other; "it iL for
sale." The bet was won, and the
A anon mjany musicians are to be
married this summer, for we learn
fron the watering p'lace golsip that all
Lhe prominent ntiltary bands have
IF the P1rei lent of the Uoi;e m States
felt in proporton to his piace, as big a.s
a policeman in his new uniform, he'd
grw rouud1-shouldlered trying to dodge
SLEEPI,E.ss nigh s and cheerless days
will be prevented if you use Dr. Bullz
Baby Syrup to induce sleep andi( comn
p)os:.re for the baby. Price 2-> cents.
A C2a..T wino was induced, after nuueh
persuiaslon to try some cannedl meat,
brought it back, showing the mnarks o:
his teeth on the tin. andi indignaath
denying that it was goo I to eat.
"How sweet the mnooznlight sleep&
tipoi tis bank," as thne bu.rglar re
m'arked to his pal, while they g zed at
the iustit utionk they iatended to rob the
first dark night.
"JF I have ever und ay unikinid
words, hiannah," said .Mr. .imily re
tiectively, "I take them ali t-A:k.''
"Yes, I sup;'ose you w ant to u-e themw
over again," n aa the no: v'.ry v'thng~
NjmPPINo the Bud-)xr. fln1' a4gel
her, "U s i wilt thou be mine'--R 'e
answered, "I amn sor ry, it cannon r>e
a Rh >se cannot, be turned into a Budd."
"HEK seems to have been shot in the
dimaphrmagm." said the doctor. "Oh
no!" exclaimed isis weeping listener,
"hie wass shot right in thme lower end of
Ecuio Answers-"W hat to Eat and
low to publish. "What to Ett and
Where to Get It," would , meect with a
livelier sale just now.
YEGETrINa Is acknowledged by all
classes of petople to be the best and most
reliable blood urifier In the world.
"Now tell me candidly, are you
guilt-y Y" asked a lawyer of- ails elieni,
"Winy, (10 yOn suppose I'd be fool
enough to litre you if'! was innocent ?"
I)avin DAVIS is not the sort of a man
to stay oin the fence long. Thlaat's so.
No feince cani stand It over hialf ani
SrrhJ'o on thle refrigerator door is
now moreo popular and cooler thian
asvJnging on1 tine garden gate.
Sos oneo says a an must he either
an anvil or a hammer;i but how
many are nothing buf, bellows.
TIntna have been a great many fail
tires this year, and the rush to Europe
is therefore Correspondlingly large.
WVui' is a young lawyer like thne na
tiotnal curreincy? B3ecause heo is a legal
teinder iand somnewhlat green;
A Y oNicEns boy savys: "There is
twNo kinids of chlckens-roosters anid
setters; and( sotters doni't lay when
PxasR5IinAT TION never rains; it simiply
Gonca withouit sayinug-A deaf mute.
Tna ties that biincftX7iertise.
Szcrs things right-Tne hen.
AsITaIo CUOLRaa, Cholera Morbus. Summer
oOm aaint. Conic Sour Stomach Uiarrhma and
al Afet oins of ths Bo~wels. incId ?nt to either
enildren raanita, are cured at once byDr.
Jay e's cgi'ninata Dlsam. IL allays tine ir
itatl0i ani ea.ms the action of the stomach,
aa bel loasanEt otta. inan,a.copsa
Tnx drdnkrd Is .brden to hiiel
as well-as his fr oil and both he and
his friends WJ1 give mt;ch to b a$le
to see re s and -sobriety O inUe4
BttsfR ntot1(ation becomes a die
eas4J requires & remedy of no usuai
Aotivity to reach the difficulty. Those
* no have taken Simmons' Liver kegua
tor declare that itsets.the liver in action
and Invigorates the system In such a way
as to destroy the craving lor strong
drinks, and soon tise desire for liquor
ip entirely.diss;jaed. While shaky
nervo\is and distressed, resort to Sim
mons' Liver Regulator as a Tonio, to
arouse the torpid liver to action, to
regulate the bowels and remove the
feeling of general depression and with
it the craving for liquor.
Cotapaxi, In 1788, threw Its fiery
rockets 8000 feet above its crater, while
In 1754 the blazing. mass, struggling
ror an outlet, roared so that its awful
voice was heard at a distance of more
;han 000 miles. In 1797 the crater of
runguragua, one of the great peaks of
he Andes, flung out torrents of mud,
,vhich dammed up the rivers, opened
low lakes, and, In valleys 1000 feet
?rlde, made deposits 600 feet :deer.
le stream from VesuvItts, which in
837, passed -through Torre del Greco,
-ontained 33,000,000 cubic feet of solid
uatter, and in 1793, when Torre del
3reco was -destroyed a second time, the
naRs of lava amounted to 45,000,000
subio ftet. In 1700 tna pou e I for h
t flood which covered 81 square miles
>f surface, aind measured near ly 1,000,
)00,000 cubio feet. On this occasion
;he sand and scoria formed the Monte
Rosini, near Nicholosa, a cone of two
xilles in circumference, and 4000 feet
ilgh. The streamn thrown out by A tna
in 1810 was In motion at the rate of a
yard a day for nine months after the
3ruption; and it is on record that the
lava of the same mounttn, after a tei -
rible eruption, was not thoroughly cool
and consolidated for 10 years after the
5vent. In the eruption of Vesuvills,
A. D. 79, the scori and ashes voml:ed
forth fAr exceeded the entire bulk o
the mountain; while in'1660 ,Ena dis
4orged more than 20 titues it own mass.
Vesuvius has sent its ashes as far as
Donstantirople, Syria and Egypt; it
[iurled stones eight pountds In weight
to Pompell a distance ot six mtleis,
wvhere sailar masses were tossed up
1000 feet above the summit. 0otapaxi
las projected a block 01 100 cubic yards
a volume a distance of nine miles; and
3uibawa, in 1815, during tile mnos,
errible eruption on record, aent its
isles as far as Java, a distance of 300
ulius of surface, and, out of a popula
lon of 12,000 souls, only 20 escaped.
-Surgeon's Po rquisitels.
An English legal journal speaks of a
omewhat embarrassing legel question
vhich has arisen at Washington. A
urgeon amputated both legs of a pa
lent, claimed them "as hisperqusiUs,''
aced them in spirits, and exhibited
hem in a local museum in a jar with
he name of the original owier. The
atter, who objected to this publicity,
trought an acenon f or the recovery of the
el-s. No decision has been arrived at.
ut the authorities are anxious in the
Datter, for, if the plaIntiff succeeds,
hey fei other limbless individuals
nay fol'ow his example, and so the
nuseum mayv in time be robbed of much
>f its .entd au ndproa n
erest. It ha-s been suggested that the
nus-eumn a'ihorities should take their
tand up:mi the principle that the legs,
s-hen avered, become dead, and that
it common law there is no property in
dVf tiaman body.
The ki lrne are nature's eilce-way to wash
mtr the debriq of our *onstantly changing
yd4e.. If the-y do not wmik propirly the
.rouble is felt erorywh -re. Tuen be wise and
se aX.n as you 090 signs of disorder get a
acvkage of Kidney-Wot.--Sun,
What 3m more Tes-rible,
more palrnful, more exasperating, dis'o->nrag.
ant an perelktent than PI LE's especially to
Lf!heted rmortals who have trned lotions, omr
L.ent.. Pi14, electuarses and all mianneroAf
mostrami and doctors' stuff. interDally and
sx'ernalIy. without relhef I What won-fer is
it tha-t half a millhon redeemed siuffere.rs
should about hoesonaa over the discove:y of
Aniakos '' an infablhble cure for Pales ? This
m.dic,al m ra.el-, so. amp!e as to excIte wonder
'a. w-ee do~c ors have not thoughit of It be
rore, .,o pr !fpt and certain In its action as to
iac.re fe r aeelf the title of inafaliblc. so ecl
niine anid rational in its combination of poul
.c-e, an-trumwent and mnedicie, as to rend-r
he i.itimate cnre of 95 per cent, of average
scee of pile, sure, is not an accidental disn
h~very. but the solntion of a problem by the
tudy and ezperience of Dr. Bibbee. an ac
xpl.ahed anid d.ainguishedi phy.aio:an of 40
rea-.. oanding. It has stood the te*at of 20
reare ex;-:raenos; ovt-r hair a millh-n of suf
!otr ha.-e need at w t.ta a ce m. and d )ct0re
>f a I sebo-.is now p'r scribe at in thelr prac
Ice arnd at io pronoun -e4 to be the nearest
o an infallible cure for p lea yet dl.oovered.
Arnkb,i.' D'r. 8 8Il.,bee'.i External P'ile
Reni.edy. ic sold by rugglsta everywhere.
Prtice *I.(00 v-r L,ox. I-ample. m-ille a rnr.i. to
til suffer -re 'n apliclatain to P'. Neuataodter
kP4., JUxsI0 , Ne w York.
The voltate Belt Co., starshall, SUch.
Will send thert celebrated Electro Voltaic
3elta ta the afflicted upon 80 days-s trial.
peedy cures guaranteec They mean what
her say. Write to them without delay.
A Medicine without a Rival.
lavle UnDary ,a eu Lie DIseases, Dropsy,
cures flright's Disease, Itetention or Nonreten.
tion of Urine, Pains in the Back, Loins, or Bide.
cures Intemperance, Nervous Dilseases, General
DebilIty, Female Weakness and Excesses.
cures flhliousness. Hecadache, Jaundice Sour
Stomach, Dyspepsia, OonstIpation and Plies.
ACTS AT ONOrE on the Etldnevs,Liver, and
Thoweta, restoring themi to a healthy aciton. and
CUIRES when an othter medIcInes fall. Ho1n.
dreds have been saved hwho have been given up
to die by frIends and phyalelans.
Send Ior pamphlet to
WM, E, CLAREE, rovidene.e, It.L
'Trial alte, 76 eents. Large ase ehteapes
sOr.n nW Ar1i nIananIRe.
uries the peod, Neo oates and
I1vigorates,the whole Ssutem.
1Tf tXDIIXA PROPT"MAR
01 crehily-elegr=2jceroots and .m
To stufI soae xleetfen t he ilpsallys
raVcyrom the symoveryrtstint or Gores,
G* ,fterw ImMe xr Eas.a
dilleues that &ribe frili impure *togd. sel.
alteo, Es1006mmatery and 4fente RIhen.
1 4 a fflaq Get aai upanad
$11110411 tue Wlood,l&efoWI ue
For Uleesand urtive Diseases etth
Shim #'."'..limple.' ieebm
wrE, TNTIX ha never aled tqoigrt,
For PaIls to the Back, KidneyC0plata11,
DropsY, Femalf! WOaUNs. Leueorrbaea, ar1in1
from 6ternal aioeraiona derinee
and General Debility, VJTiJE ao Y
upon the causes of these complaints. It t&vio.
and uvagensthe wholsem a1119ct
sposthes er all inat
lurm uoutio and rftRte at bowel.
For Catawil Dys pia, Habitoalo410
sipliatlonth of ilewe4r,ne&
Ofesnes and General Prest1ration ot'the Nervous
lysten. no medicine has ever yI ea such
1ttisferaction"a the VZOWNIL. It pulinds
the blood, cleanses all or the organs, a poe.
sese a COtIiUg power over nervos
The rnmarkable cure eirowteb t ne
bavo Induoed mak y p"lpans an apo
ds whom we know, to prescribe and use it a
their own 1%mlile.
00VOM vetne fs the best rem yet dw
ovlor the above dtRoaes,e and i1=the onWy
reliable BLOOD PURIFIER yet plao before
H. R. STEVENS, Boston. Uan.
Tegetine is Sold by all Druggists.
Constipation and Piles.
Dr. It. rki th Hero, Vt , guess
of li-y Trouble I has done Actd o'rhArm It
ha soroy ver bad aeOf u an ha
oas Acl ale. Ah 1the r0WELrad
u te o %ile Oatie.
the on e w -nUn Iuan'noa in cu
in a s -orie at tm Nouaian.
Onepacag wlM kexqofdcn.
Swalteit Aeus ont illeVID, tof 2OWjq soil
-the =meIT at the sane ftn.
RBeCaue it cleanses the system of
WE pLLso s C Chumors that developes,
n ney and Urinary diseases, i8
lousnes" Jaundice, Constipation,
Psl, orn Rheunatsm, Neuralgia
and nervous disorders.
KIDNtY-WORT Is atdty egetable emr
ptundand e be se s by n all prepaid.
out PsckagO will milkeItx ofniedicie.
Woy It at the Drogt.es. p-ler i.te.
WLLS, RICHAtDSO an Co., Proplietors,
To2 (Wll send poetpaid.) caUsirg*aV
pSiere arnva usabio, WtOt inteas
fl norating afe' osiuin Oe-t
teg a delae pnhyiue an siciu ayhi
IaysaveyUtitousrltas wied hundtres
eLoa h Biters nt ufrnes temost hly
sucioe, s and urothemto us ar toni ana
dren n Dealer bgenoerall.
heurtaaleatMedIcine ever lade.:te"nvf aN
hol biniout o Hos orhm any
mo c uarn tivopopere s al terdlte
noes teratst ToPurierLie
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atc y our '4t i owt n
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X.ADIES* AND GENTs SJUFVS, eOI.LAS E t
A et pld befoarewte the pubHic, cr iun enln g
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Linn n it thn na erp ofrqualue, or Cell o
goas ae soile sim o t wi h sp an
al ere ragooprneer Wilt or fray on edges, and
EDI A 8100 K RIDGE, Hole Agent for Penna.,
18MNorth FOurl ot., Plum,0.
o a.una ores of eeh
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808 MARKET Street, PirL Dl Pbi .Pa. h
work lie emn pie, aunic aovetamn
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1or Pliu nd expenses to agents
terms J6.T. JNES Outf igSte.,Daittmre, id
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ENNBYLVANIA MIT!ARY ACADUMY TOee e
Ohemistry.40 laics and ofnIls. eere coferredn t
,g3 A D~ PONE
fro tsn n arestores stog
hare volumes of testimony of its won uraul our
s. barna than good, or drsstte plus, but use ntre -
can a 1 .u.,a re oc1Sc.ar i'
alI~ D iscoern Fve r e,Say
1M lOOd, are conquered by thi powerul
A'." tat m'uth,'int .' hea et
neob ttkaea D r w1c
Brf , and rulaalaa reurc to
ge r Te 1se "ulle.
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Iun 1ik thTwjf n otad e
c a Ud heb , D rmits,
hek a 02%_aM,te, r, n t, eM Bramatie
Liver Com.RaOl t.LAo.
jM3O only ea..~..
1U0E4Y AND RLADWER COMPLAINTS,
bwtar. mind Womb DWWJ9s., Oriveli DIx"tes
loner 1110e of Waier, inoontactive o.
ifin o Ispetelbliminuria, adld In all
aes w4ere there an orIckdust depoIts, or
he water Is thick, Cloudy, mixed with sb.
tanoes, like the white Of an ewig,or threaddiS
Rhite k, or%here is a znorid. dai. biliqu
pVpeaanee Sad White bone-dust . deposits, and
Men ther toa pricking, burning a -neatiou,
when P"yln water, awid pain In Wue small of
hebika oethe loins. Nold by Drug.
st. NRYON DOLLA R
)VARIANT HEMOROUSTN TBARW anowrH
URI) BY DR. FADWAYS RiCEHIM.
one WOOSJ contains more oi the Active vinool.
ile?a Medicines than Puny other P'repAi atlou.
aken In Teaspoonful doses, while others ro.
0Wre nve or si time n pmuch.
Re Re R
CUREO ANI), PREVRNTS
tHEUMATISM, FEVER AND' AGUEj
nosenes DlardsMtc Colera Mors pa
at discharges from the bwels arest , oaI
or 2 Minutes by tok raiadw 'sHeMY Re
ef. No congeption or In'f*mnmacion. no weak
nsa oraatud wil ollow te use of the A. It.
JT WAS THlE FIRST AND I8
The Only Pain Renjedy
at Instantl the most exruclanr
Lon ioatn atlos., and cures Con,%.
lonweohe Of the ,ungP, stomach flowels
Otlir gilands or orrans, 1wy on,% pePeOatlon,
n from one to twenty mianutea, no tuat
er pow violent or excruclatin te pain. te
hUM tCo -BedrIddern, inai a hal-d, Nery
us. Neuralgc org rostrated With, Wd[saj nay
tffer. HADWAY1 RdADY RELIL will afford
hnlammnation oa the uanoy.
a r111easv-aet n ofthe ricndiert
n9lammao of the Boweilq.
C fthmK08%10u of the Lutilr,
lore Throat, imul Brothin,
'alpitntla of tre riet.
P71terlys, Crop, Diphtheria
leadche Toothache, . A eessn
ColdS Itibil. Acie Chilis,
The apphceato of the ayterlt Vie pr'
hrte oaint ad perfet luie ou
tA will I ta nino muecur, xanras,
oi.. Diaries 0i1 Iiyssie Col, nd Ion
tiIwr Plas anes bote Bood in.
ra ea dyte th tnach, fauewdoa. liit
ra ody co i utr as a tImun t ric e Fty
letDp*roe.Wb r h s
lad way's Rllegulatng Pill.
erec Plownsof the aothn. Ayes lent.,
eat, rNgti tae I tei Odpuderan.uhso
Perteetlats, elgantlyper ted wit
Weeet ha, pure reuaer puify coenslana0
d nwar PaLS, tileureth llDra'a'
ther rtealatn Liffernt,welassdes, ofDi.
er 88ru Wareses. Heach Cnt.,a N,
seeFrYr.Inanwonrth thead Bwlsl.besn
rd al beone 09et r r of the a se
as thantebend torteee-t a pefc ut Punrel
d I Oisere t e alwn sym s0 reltinr
cmha th~ses ha sle "Raday" s os
aB S nchelebr rrctos -ining r Fl
rgatte ar, rroin r fer.n 8en.
oas w e In rtIna pur Dnes of
po Pellow trs t o er the prican Ee. l'InI
JO. .GR &le,hetLisan S CdnFuhof
eat MuarkeIt tee.h aa
3Eto from E all el the abv.1N eu orr.
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