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it FAAMXR'9 aamx.-The far
Wer'sgarden s usually, or at least often,
- "a uy-word and a biasing." it is small
business to potter by hand here when
iarm work is pressing and your team
might plow two are for corn or drill
i ten acres of oats or barley, or plant
twelve of corn with the patent two
torse "rower." But if the garden is
long and narrow, and plantou an rows,
ni% bedd, the plowing and harrowing
and most ol the marking and oulhlvation
CAn be done with the Wamn, and a very
Alttle time each week will give us Lhe
essentials. The pereuiai or permanent
Vegetables, like asparagus,, rhuoarb,
uc., and all berry plants and busnen
nuould be at one alue or both in rows
with spaces for horse cultivation, and
tue long rows of annuals down turough
the middle. A row each of .beets,
onions, dwedes. colery, cabbages, oaulu
iOwers, an saisalty, and half a row
each ot Cucumbers, squashes. melons,
tomaLoes, radishes an lettuce, will do
uliely, and two rows each or peas (in
succession), Lima beans, sweet corn and
early potatoes will inaae out quite a
respectable farmer's garden-ail that
most taraiers can allurd to plant and
till. ''hen two or three lvure each
week with horse and man and culti
vator and hoe, will make a far better
garden really than as many days of a
gardener with spade and hoo, working
on patches and beds and alleys, laid out
to please the eye. If you can aford
the latter, all right. Most farmers can
not, and the row plan described Is, I
A think, the only one likely to secure good
kitchen-gardens on mosr farms. If the
garden is unfenced except from the
road, and these garden rows can be
joined on to rows of corn or potatoes
in an adjacent field, the garden Is sure
of tillagc at least when the field gets It,
- and the extra labor is litte felt. And
it is easier to fence the fowls than the
FRUxT.-It Is quite feasible for the
farmer who intends to cultivate fruit
extensively to grow his own trees from
the seed. Apple and pear seed may be
lanted In the fall. The ground should
e plowed now, after a coat of manure,
and should be kept in a mellow condi
tion until the seed is put In. This
should be done late in the fall, In drills
two and a half feet apart and three
inches deep. The seed is obtained from
fresh pomace at a cider mill, the seed
separated by washing In water. If
sand be mixed with the .eed to take up
the moisture it can be distributed more
readily. The best soil is a deep, rich,
clay loam-sandy soil encouraging the
growth of lateral roots instead of the
long tap desired in stocks. Pear eed lis
found much more difilcult to lnanage
than the apple, it very frequently ly
ing dormant the first season, coming
up nicely the next. When the young
plants como up in the spring they
should be thinned out to six inches
apart and the ground be kept well
worked with the cultivator the whole
season amid also during the next year,
when they will be three feet high, and
as large as plpe stems. The advantages
of raising one's own trees are thus sum
med up: They are more sure to grow,
as the roots do not undergo any change
of climate or soll, and being set out in
the orchard the same day they are
raised from the nursery, are not ex
posed to the air to dry and wither, which
is often the case with those brought
from a distance. By choosing your
scions and doing your own grafmng, you
are sure what variety of fruit your
trees will yield. Besides it Is much
cheaper; you can supply your ieigh
bors at a profit, your trees in the end
costing nothing what.ever.
How 'rO SAva -rna WuIzAr.-Many
farmers have put their whieat in the
barn, or stacked it when it was not
sufihclently dry, but not, much imnjury ia
likely to come from this cause. Thle
dampness is absorbed by the chafi'amnd
straw, and the grain does not suit'er
materially, espiecially in dry weather.
Other farmers hmave hasn toined to t,hreshm
their wheat, andl have stored tnme grain
In bins and barrels, where it is almost
certain to be ruined, if not turnied aind
exposed to the air. Mr. Post, time Cort
ii . land miller, huas two large uipper floors
of his mill covered wvitn new whemat a
foot decip, and lie has been shevcling
it over (hilly for some time past, to ex
j) pose it to the air, and allow it to dry.
Such precaution is needled In every
case after threshinag new wheat which
has not been lain in the barn or~ stack
I, long enough to (dry before threshing.
Mr. Post states that wvell slacked lime,
sprinikled over wheat when it ia stacked,
is a great p)reventive of dampness. The
lime absorbs the moisture, and( protects
the wheat from injury, and huas no
deleterious effect on the flour. Lime
uisedi in the same way on hay is muchl
~ preferable to salt, especially if~ tihe hay
is not thoroughly (dry. Salt increases
tihe moisture, while lime has thme oppos0
ite effect. It should be thmomoumghly
slacd, afidi about as mfuich ot' it shioiuht
be used( as is generally used of sait in
stacking. To our readers who have
new wheat in bins or other places
where it is not wvell aired, we smay,
epread it out without delay, and give it
a chamnce to dry. Otber wise, there wvill
- be much loss, and bad bread for some
body to eat. ___
5Sowaxo 'ALNtra aAN Ilrexoiums.
Thlere are manmy persons dteairous of
raimsing seedhlsigs of walnuit and otheri
huard-shellied seeds, who fail and( wvonder
kpsuhseeds ontebarni floor or dry
inhbarrey l. hog h wisnte sowng
6 thm inthe spring. Now we all know
thtsesof the kind mentioned munst
rakopen before they grow, andl some
2 know thlat It is the moisture thmat doe
this cracking. Moisture, then, is whial
these seeds want, more or loss. Somc
h ave thought that is the frost that cracki
open the shells, but frost Is an injury
rather than otherwise, tendtig to dr
out the shells, tile opposite of which Ii
1, desired. It is wvell to put h.ard-shelled
F ~seeds in the ground in the fall, or keer
them in a damp place throngh t,he win
ter and thmen sow in the spring, bt
where neithmorof those thlnMg, have been
done,sand the sowing is desired,they will
grow very well the coming season if pul
unto cold water until they have becomt
thoroughysoaked. Tmus treated th<
nuts wil tke up in a fe w days as muclh
moisture as tihey wouldi have (done liat
they been in time ground all winter anl(
this is all they wanit to make them craci
their shells and growv. When it is noi
forgotten that moisture is the essemntial
*seetdling raising becomes muchi less o
HAVE you given Lime lambS a dip ii
strong tobacco water ? If not, dho it a
once. Tile ticks have all l:ft thle olh
sheep since shearIng, and are now con
j ~ gregated upon the lambs, amnd a bath
of about two minutes in a strong to
( ~ bacco tea will settle them for the com
in a,and add much to the com for
THE average life of a farm~ier is six
ty-smx years, and if lie wasmn't oblhge<
to run and yell so mueh, getting hi
neighbor's cows out of his corn field
he'probably bring up to eighty-one
TO1Ltr SoAP.-Drlppings which ao
cumulate in almost every household,
can be used for the grease. They
should first be boiled in water, and
then left to cob; afterward they
should be removed from the water and
boiled alone until the water is expelled.
The whiter the grease can be made the
better the soap will be. The ingredi
ents of the soap are six pounds of sal
soda, seven pounds of grease, three
pounds of unslacked lime, four gallons
of soft water, and one-half pound of
borax. Boll the soda and lime in the
water until they are dissolved; let the
mixture stand over night to settle;
pour ofi the clear lye to which add the
grease and pulverized borax, and boil
to the considtenoy of honey. Take the
mixture from the stove, stir in one
ounce of sassafras or lavender, and
pour It into a tub, or what is still bet
ter, a tight, shallow box, to cool, and
when cold, out Into bars and put on
boards to dry.
DRINKING TOO Mucn.-Children are
not apt to believe they drink too much
water, and yet they do. When you
come into the house, panting and
thirsty from play, you will take a tum
bler of water, and then rush out to re
sume play, and, perhaps, repeat the
drink. Now, the next time you feel
thirsty, try this experitent: Take a
goblet of water, and slowly sip it. Be
fore it is half gone, your thIrst will be
fully quenched, and you will feel bet
ter for having drank only that which
you need. And again, we are all apt
to acquire the habit of drinking while
eating our meals. Nature gives us
all the saliva we need; and if any one
will chew his food slowly, and not take
a swallow of drink until through eat
ing, the desire to do so will leave, and
he will require only a few slps of wa
ter, tea or coffee alter the meal is flnish
ed. This practice, too, will do won
ders in the way of keeping off ihdiges
tion, dyspepsia and sickness.
Oured of Drinking.
"A young friend of mine was cured
of an insatiable thirst for liquor,which
had so prostrated him that he was tin
able to do any business. Ile was -sn
tirely cured by the use of 11op Bitterk.,
It allayed all that burning thirst , took
away the appetite for liquor; male his
nerves steady, and lie has remained a
sober and steady man for more than
two years, and has no desire to return
to his cups; I know of a number of
others that have been cured of drink
Ing by It."-From a leading R. R.
Offlilal. Chicairo. Il.-TiMeS.
BRATsINO. - By this process more
than mcie "sewing'' is, of course, in
tended. In braising, the meat 1s jtt
covered with a stro.giliquor of vegeta
ble and animal juices (braise or
mirepoix) in a closely covered vessel,
fraom which as little evaporation as pos
sitle is permitted, and IS exposed for a
considerable time to a surrounding heat
just short of boiling. By this treat
ment tough librous flesh, whether of
poultry or of' eattle, or mcut unduly
fresh, such as can alone be procured
during the summer season in towns, Is
made tender, ar.d is furthermore im
pregnated with the odors an(] flavor of
fresh vegetables and sweet herbs. Thus,
also, meats which are dry, or of little
flavor, its veal, become saturated with
juices and combined with sapid sub
stances. whIleh render the food suc
culent and delIcious to the palate.
GILDING GLAss-A certaIn quantity
of gold is disasolved in a mixture of
muriatlc and nitric acid, theni sulphate
of p)rotoxido of iron is added to th~e sol
uitioni, and thle prelIpitate Is filtered,
and being mixedi with a small quantity
of borax, reduced to paste, by adding
some spirit of tuirpent Inc. A fter this
paste is appllied upon01 the glass with a
p)encil, the glass is exposed to the
oven, which volatizes the spirit of tulr
p)entine andI vitritles the borax. TIhe
gold being in that way firmly applied,
Is polished first with blood-stone, and
-econdly, wIth a burnisher of agate.
Thle manner of glding is p)reclsely the
same as for porcelain.
MoV ABLE TEEt'tiH AND CIRCULA R
SA ws.-TIhe advantages of circular saws
with movable teeth arc miore and moire
appi-eciated. The teeth being dropped
lored, from bar steel, are regular, in
size and shape1), and of better material
tihan it is possible to use for tile whole
sawv; they p'ass better and more smooth
ly thiaii 801l(d teeth through wvet andl
ibrous wvood ; the loss in diameter of a
solid saw consequent on the IllIig. .If
a tooth is lost from a solid saw, thle
mil11lmuist standl still until the saw has
been reiled iuto working order; but
the sawvyer who has a bag full of mov
able teeth which cost some low pennies
each, Is independenlt of accidlents, and
can replace a lost tooth without dlelay.
Wvr.sii NxcTan.-Onle pound1( of rais
ins, three lemons, two pounds of loaf
sugar, two gallons of boiling water.
Cut tihe peel olf the lemons very thin,
pour upon01 It the boiling water, and
whein cool, add the strained juice of
the lemons, tile sulgar~ and the raIsIns,
stonied andh chioppied very flne. Let it
stand four or ilve daSys. stirrIng It ovoy
dlay; then strain it thlroughi a jelly-bar
anid bottle It for lmmedilate use.
Tio RzMovn WARtTs.-Touchi tile wart
wvith a lIttle nitrate of silver (lunar
caustic) ; or with nitric acid or aroma
tic vinegar. Thle lunar caulstie pro
dIices a black, and the nitric acid a yel
iowv stain, whIch passes off in a short
time ; tile vinegar scarcely (discolors the
TINCrTURE 0F MUsK.-flub % ounce
muisk in a warm mortar wit,h a little
sugar; maccrate for a month in 7
ounces alcohol containing 1 01unce each
tincture of ambergris and tIncture o,f
vanilla. Filter thoroughly, and then
adld a few drops of ottar of roses.
.Alexander the Greas
wept blecause thlere were no more worlds
to conquer, but the proprietors of Dr.
Pierce's F"amily MedIcines who have
found it necessary to establish a branch
of the World's Dispenisary at London,
Englandl, in ordecr to supply from that
grea t cornmmrcial em porlum these reme.
dial blessings to foreign coun tries,
where theoy are largely In demand, do
not share the great conqueror's senti
ments, as their conquests are of disease
-and have made hiapp,y not only tihe coin
Iqueror but tile p)eople who employ
them. Dr. PIerce's Golden Medical
Discovery cures all blood and skin dis
eases, serofullous affections, swellings
and internal soreness. D)r. Pierce's
Pellets are the little giant cathartle;
Dr. PIerce's Favorite PrescrIption
woman's tonic andt nervine-Dector
Pierce's Extract of Smart Weec, tihe
grea reedyfor colds and al.1 bowel
afein' as dlarrhm , dysentery and
flux. World's Dispenasary Medical As
sociation, proprietor., Bui ialo and Lon
A GENTLEMAN who lives in the Ppourth
Ward Elmira, New York, has it very
line potato patch that is greatly
troubled with that post of all people,
potato btige. In vain hu he fought
the persistent creatures by all de
vices suggested for their extermina
tion. A young lady frlend who visited
his house was questioned as to the pro
per method of coping with the bugs.
"Are you much troubled," said hie,
"with bugs at your house?"
"Not at all "said sne.
"What do you do to get rid of
them?" asked he.
"We don't do anything at all," said
"Don't you use Paris green ?" he
"No, we don't," said the young wo
"Will you, then, have the kindness
to inform me why you are not bothered
as I am?" asked he at last.
By this time the female person had
got her hat on and was outside the
"Well," said she, "I presume It is
beoause we haln't any potatoes."
No preparation ever discovered ex.
cept Carboline, a deodorized extract of
petroleum will really produce new
hair on bald heads. It will be a happy
day when the great armyof bald heads
fully understand this.
Ta isR I a great deal of interesting
conversation going on over the tele
phone wires, if you have the machine
open and listen. The message of a
lond mother whose cherub had eaten a
watermelon or so too much, and a gen
tieman who had sent home a large red
fish for dinner, got mixed the other
day. First voice-What shall I do
about the baby? Second voice-Scrape
all the scales off film, cut him open,
and have him diessed nicely for dinner
with caper sauce. Aint he a whopper?
"WELL, Father Brown, how did you
like the sermon yesterday?" asked a
young preacher. "Ye see, parson,"
was the reply, "I haven't a fair chance
at them sermons of yours. I'm an old
man now and have to set pretty well
back by the stove; and there's old Miss
Smithlie, Widder Taff 'n RyIlan's dar
ters 'n Nabby Birt 'n all the rest set,
ting in front of me with their mouths
wide open a swallerin' down all the
best of the sermon, 'n what gets down
to me Is putty poor stuff, parson, putty
ANY one desiring a recipe how to
make soap for a cent a pound, will re
ceive it gratis by addressIng I. L. Cra
gin & Co., Philadelphia, the manufac
turers of the Justly celebrated Dobbins'
AT an entertainment given lately by
the Bric-a-Brae (juvenile) Club, a te:
year-old member was heard to aver
that "lie really did not care for this
sort of thing; a cigarette and a quiet
chat were more In his line. 'rhose girls
bored him; they went for every fellow
so infernally violent now. he prefer
red to do his smashink himself; and,
in fact, altogether, he liked 'em mel
low-say about thirty or so-girls who
knew what was what-no green goose
berries for him." A nice boy that for
a small tea party.
OLD Mr. Barnes was given to boast
Ing of his religious standing. In
prayer meeting, the other evening, he
said: "Yes, brothers and sisters, I feel
as though I was put here to polut, the
way to heaven." Before he could say
niore Mrs. Burnwell1 spoke out : " Well,
Brother Barnes, I hope you will stay
here and point long after tihe rest of us
arc sate in heavenm." Barnes hardly
knew how to take her.
THE little girl who was disappointed
beauso her name could not be found in
the Bible says : "Never mind I I will
be such a good girl that if ever another
Bible is written, my name shall go
A HIom(iorATUIC (Cure. ([in) Pa
tient-"Yes, sir; you're an ignorant
blackguardl, sir." Hommiopathic M. D.
-"Well, sir, then you've come to the
right person for treatmeunt, as, accord
ing to our treatment, 'like cures like.'"
YEGECTINE Is not a stimulating bitters
iahich creates a fictitious appetite,
but a gentle tonic which assists na
ture to restore tire stomach to a heal
MAMMA-Look, Ciasy, here is the
dear doctor coming. What a favorite
lie is I See, even the little chickens run
to meet h im I Uissy-Yes, ma; and the
little (lucks cry, "Quack, Quack ?"
AT a recent Philadelphia picnic.
whlen it was discovered that the cro
quet arches had been forgotten, a wick
ed girl suggested sutpplying their places
with the two bow-legged young men
SOME people are born to ill-luck. An
old woman who hat pasted nearly five
thousand medical receipts in a bock
(luring tihe past forty years has never
been ill a day in her life, and she is
YOUNe man, a diamond pin looks
real unice and glistens brightly, but
when $4 a week supports a man and
pin both, one or tihe other is not gen
"GENTLEMAN," said an amateur
farmer Just from the city, writing to
the chairman of an agricultural
society, "put me down on your list of
cattle for a calf."
Tunut is no use lockiug the stable
door alter the horse is stolen. When
you see the thunder clouds Is the time
to drink up the milk.
An Foo Woo is a Boston Chinaman.
ills namie sondai like the shivering of a
woman when she gets out of bed on a
winter morning andi steps her bare leet
on the oil-cloth.
"MY little ~ily, which do you love
the best mamma or this bag of candy P"
"I love best mamma, who gives me the
big bag of candy."
"'I DEss," salid a little sis yesterday,
"if Dod was here now he'd make a lot
o'folks. 'is awful dusty to-da :."
H E that cannot forgive others breaks
the bridge over wvhich lie must pass
LuFE is too short for its possessors to
wear long faces.
AN unpleasant relation-A carb
How would you like to be an iceberg ?
A GnEAT hardship-An iron steamer.
G:h a aoe hA'PrBN'rgo and Trsatment, at
Dbiswesn 'the year, to all affetions 0. the
Bowsent siuch as Dlarriiwa, Cholera Morbus,
iyeBaanteu wi. Dyugngr, Jiayne's earmina.
Do theae complaints, ad mn diy t
Ei e afte eAtinf, the 'results i
10digestion, will 'no onger be experl.
encd if a tablespoonful of Simmons
Liver Regulator Is taken after each
meal, and, by persevering in the use of
this remedy for a few weeks, a perma.
nent oure will be effected. It is not
unpleasant to the taste, does away with
sickening medicine or pills; is a mild
laxative, but does not nauseate or irrI
tate the stomach, and unlike any other
known medicine, when its use Is di:
continued, the system isnot left con.
stipated or costive. It is very properly
called the Regulator-it removet Bi1
lous Sectetions, Cleanses the Blood
Strengthens the Kidneys and assists
Nature. It takes the place of Quinine
and Bitters of all kinds; is no violent
drastio medicine; is gentle and harm.
less, and warranted not to contain a
single particle of any mineral sub.
stance. but is purelv vegetable.
The nutritive value of milk is hardly
sufficiently appreciated. According t
the best and most recent analyses, good
milk contains in each quart: Butter,
about 1X oz; oasein, 2Y4 o; milk sug
ar, 1 oz.. and salts (phosphate, etc.)
nearly V oz. Two quarts of milk,
therefore, with 12 oz. of bread, containE
sufficient nutrinent for a full grown
man daily. No cheaper food of equal
value and easy assimilation - can be
Look to your lightning-rods; the
thunderstorm season is at hand. In
sulated lightning-roda are dangerou
delusions; they are the reverse of a pro.
tectlon. So is any rod which does not
run to every high point on the house,
not well connected with large massec
of metal - roof ornaments, watei
spouts, etc.-and well sunk in the
ground. It ought to come in contact
with the damp earti; better yet, with
To prevent the oxidation of a new
iron tea-kettle, first wash it thorougi
ly in sapollo soap, rinse well in clear
hot water, and over the back of the
stove. Scald out thoroughly before
using, and put one or two clean oyster
shells into the kettle, and keep some
there all the time until the kettle be
gins to grow smooth and shows no long
er any sign of rusting.
NVIcked for Clergymen.
Rev. -, Washington, D. C., writes
"I believe It to be all wrong and ever
wicked for clergymen or other public
men to be led into giving testimonials
to quack doctors or vile stifrs called
medicines, but when a really meritori
ous article, made of valuable remedleh
known to ll, that all physloians use
and trust in daMy, we should freely
commend it. I therefore cheerfully
and heartily commentl Hop Bitters for
the good they have done ne and my
friends, firmly believing they have no
equal for family use. I will not be
wathout them."-New York Baptist
AN Illinois girl with a breach of
promise stilt testified that It was the
usual thing for girls to show their love
letters to fifteen or twenty other girls,
in order to make them Jealous.
I'S a wise man that can recognize a
circus from the description given on
the advertising boards.
TRFRE in Pearcely a person to be found who
will jjot be greatly benolitted by a thorough
course of K dney-Woirt every ;prmg. If you
feel out of sorts, and don't know why, take a
package o. Kidney-Wort anti you will fo3l liuo
a new creature.-BAssNn.
How Can I Express My Thanka ?
Mirs. Moqks, of Yorkvillo. Neow York. wrIte,
It afford. me great pleasure to write these fosi
uines to let the public kntow the value of Anti.
kas, the areat External Pile R eodvr, I have
suffered t he last 14 years everything but
dieath; in that [ine I have spent hundreds of
dollars. I have tried everythiug I ever heard
of; I have had four different. dloctorA, but
found very little relie f. I at last heard of A na
A'esis; I tried them and in one hour's time I
found rehoef and have not b,een troubled with
them sinee. How can I express my thanka to
you? No tongue can praise them tio hh;h|y,
and [ would say t~o all those who are afflied
with Piles liemorrhoids or fissures, internal
or external, give Anakeuats a trial and you will
no longer be a sufferer.
Samples of A nakeRia are sent fee to all .mf
ferers oni application to P. Nutaedtor & Oo.,
Box 3040, Now York. Sold by all Druggist.
The Voltate Belt Co., starshanl, Miek.
Will send their celebrated Electro Voltai:
Belts to the afflicted upon 80 days's tria..
Speedy cures guaranteec 'They mean whal
they say. Write to them without delay.
More to MIe than Gold.
Ma. . ~.wALPOLE, Ma'.s., March?7, 1880.
* 1 wish to Inform you what vogotine has do:'t
for me. I h ry'e been troubled wIth Erystpolat
Ilumaor fo.' mmn t han so3 year, in my linb:i and
ather parts 01 mIy body, and have been a great
:ufferer. I eommnenced takuing Vegotine one
year age isrt Augue., and can truly say it haa
ulone more for me ihan any other medicine.
seem to oc perfectly free from this humor anri
can recomfnend it to every one. Would nos bc
wIthout thIs medleine-'tls more to me thar
gold-and [ feel it will prove a blessIng to otherl
as it bas to me.
Yours, most respoinfully,
Mits. DAviD CLARK,
J. BENTLEY, M. D., says:i
it ase done snore a'ood haa all anedi
NEwMARKET Ont. Feb. 9, 1880.
Mr. II. R. STvas, Boston, Mfass.
. Bir-! have sold durli.g the past year a con
slder,ablc qluantity of your Vegetine, and I b
iievt, In atllcas~es at has g von s..tisfaction. Ir
one cise, a delloAto youn lady of about 11
y-'are was mou:h bi nefited byIts use. IIor pa.
reni s Informed me that itliad dlone her mor,
4ood than all the medical treatment to whici
gihe ha.! prevIously been subjected.
J7. BENTLEY, M. D.
Loudly in its Praise,
ToRoNTo, Ont., March 8, 1590,
II. R, STEvENs, Bloston:
Dear air--Consiering the short time thai
Vegotino has been be fore the putblie here, lI
sella welt is a blood puriller, and tor lroub't..i
'arising from a sluggish or torpId liver It, Is
fIrst-oclass medIcine. Our customers spoal
loudly an Its praIse.
,T. WR IGHT &. CO.,
Cor. Queen andi Elizabeth 'Streets.
H. Rt. STEVENS, iloston, Mass.
Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists.
$77 A EAR expense. and agi
gOut fit Free. Address :to P
EVIOKEnHY. Augusta, aline.
Thlose anaweraux an Aave.rs.nenen wa..
eefr a xaver apon the AdvertIser and th:
Pab,haber bystatlag that they saw the adver,
isAent in his tone-'aa tVnwere the uponaP
- - Every man wants hi
grg a ,v Disi fron
it1. Term fre.&
dz' ~~~ &. . OARN&
A k*edio*Ie Without a Rival.
Kidney and Liver Medicine,
CURES au Diseases of the xidneys,
Liver, Bladder, and Uiar3 s
riopsy, dravel. pliabetemp iMhts
Disease, Pains in the Back,
Loins, or Side; Retention or
Nouretontiona of Urine,
Nervous Diseases, Femate
Weaknesses, Ex ess Jaun.
dice. Biiousaess, Headache, Sour
Stomach, Dyspepsia, Constipation& Plies,
CURES WHEN ALL OTHER MEDICINES
FAIL, as it acts directly and at once on the
Kidneys, Liver, slid Bowels, restoring them
to a healthy action. ITUNT'S EAERDY is a
aft sure and speedy cure, and hundreds have
been cured by it when physicians and friends
had l the u to die. Do not delay, try at
Send for pamphlet to
Wild. E. CLARKE, Providence, R. I.
Prices, 75 cents and 61.25. Large size
the chenpent. Ask your iruggist for HUNT'S
RtEDIE DY. Take ito other.
The onl, Remnedy
That Acts at the Saine T1e 0n
SLiver, The Bowels and The Kideys
TAe combined acion is teenderfug
pmter to ou 0 Z el.
Wh Are e Sick?
com cloggeaforpi~d, Gad folsonowl A
mome are tlieore foved NO 4W 6
111 umnesf? Pilest Cons:tipation Rldas
Bemll eaints and Deeaq iven.
messes and Nerves Disorders.
bcausiifjrseaction of MAeeeorgans
rtoringAildrpowoer t0 Wow of disease.
Why-Huffer-111ous pains ad aches.
Wh trentwh Ples aConstipatio I
Wh frightened over disordlered Kidney I
W yendur norvou orsiek headachesi
Why have sleepless nights I
V*e KIDNEY WORT and rejoice In
healt. It iea drj,veqetable compound and
One package will make six qtsof Medteine.
Gtt of your Drugqist, he toiU order It
Ar yu. Pice$t.00.
VELL8, ICARDSO N E., &oretors,
(Wil senclndWI pold.) Burlington, V.
is a precautiton which should ne"ver be neglected
of1h I tters at. ta season is pa tiulari d
sirable, especiai mor the feeble.and siokly. As
us, and b,or ihft lauLt. thee 1s nothing
compa~rable to this n hotesome restom ative. For
sate by all D1 uaggists and Dealers generally.
(A Mledicino, not a Drink,)
IIOPS, BUCIIU, MANDRAKE,
AND TnP I'cRixT AND Bas5TMRD1LQL:AL9
All Diemasof theoStomah Bowels, Bood,
vousnessh ehasnesand especilly
$1000 IN COLD.
help or for afYny a par or injuriouso
Ak yu dreit frHo flitters n ry
. r C. is en ase tand irr sistihec.ur for
- arcoIEs. ac ad
San Fon CaRooLAnt.
fle lit Mg. 4Lb . N._v., &Toront, ont.
Our WELL AUaER IIth
cheapest, bores the fastost. We are the oldest and
largest flran in Ameriea. Seond for our pictorial
eataloguo. UNITND STA TMS a'a Co., Chicago, lII.
Buy your Campalgn CAPS and CAPES at first
MUSLIN, and in JILUI
W. HOWARD BROOKS & S
d5 NORT'III THIRD STR
a 11 quckend poyeurs bptakseot.)T.
par ing, oand ingara saein ml etofine. oua
sand oet th ieae egns anetro th se
umacours Kbdne dr wssftize b ltadi,ha,
Ac. w ave sres nthe aiths or pes. a e
oe.I nge ure Alreeh Biter, whichere u
r iedca's Gode ofdicae Bisor ebr
semmon Botch, P ple,No ru eof tayt
Bouh Sin n sortwal dieae ianse
PuWngad ni? r Ia m e ,
ise es, eta"O ased it teuo,1a
.Bertene slea ors now
A NOw, Complete and Mott attraOtive
Colletion of School Songs,
By L. 0. EMERSON.
Bend 60 Cents for Roftimen CVir.
Books for Schools, Singing Nhools Choirs, Wpr
Gospel Temperance Keetings
Welcoae Cborns. ($1 00). For Rigb Schools.
song olle. (60 oat). For Common Schools.
White Robes. (80 ata). For Sunday Schools.
Temple. ($100). For Choirs and Singing
Voice of Worship. ($1 00). ChoirS and Sing
grobuosn's Method For Sing'g Classe".
(6) ate). For binging Schools.
rem erance Jewel. (86 cta., Gospel Temp.
remaperance Light. do., (19 ets).
Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston,
,. E. DITsoN, & Co.,
332= Chestnat Mtreet. Philbdephia.
5 M ILLA ON Plants I Win pack to reach you
h'lTi at 411M per ,0. Also
1R!9BACEe0"1ery at S6tporIA.00. Cate
oe. 1. F. TItUalthast, Le Plumejoacks
wanna County, Pa.
Ir ADIRS AND 111TORK-KEEPERS-Youl can
get Choice Goods uh.-ap by writing on
dostal for impalrios List, which enables you to or
d 11b ml the beat way, aud see the many kluds
oier dse we keep for m at surprisingly low
prices. We send samples of Ilainburt L"phe Rib
boql ", ", If requested. Wo el W hol'"Ale
and setsif fr Cash down. A Kbw combinatin
have I1 02 and *5 packsges e tione w lo a
no e gt for twioe the money elsewhere,2all
anted I very farmiy. Monfi renurne i noat
Islao.ory. 11OUGH TiN & DU' N
55 Tresont st.. Boston. mae".
f e ratems or wells of any de th
IMs i.ironP1o0red'.4if. or "y ~rjift;..
J L Nr'atp, y the
Hardware tr de sJuutty re, P. n makers.ete.
See that the pous yo buy Iee-stele
e. g. BI,ATOIE,EY,
30 MARKET Street, PUILADEILPRIA. Pa.
OOL M )ARD F,12d"g
El 14 1 Po n that EF01Uf!V". j50He
of los standing swek.
and or1arf-agoo oein I Cis?.
J>. r A .o'sdgost*w. Na Ust. Sold
kyalldruaris. Sntbpmall byJ. I tz M D
*rao9re.. Te.ow nth "Aa Archnlie. W@WaJ. RP
MAKE HENS LAY
As IgnslIoN V,stersary Surgeosn and Obhesisg New
WravOiin g en I his country, says that anolpt of tLe A496r
and Cattle Powdere bare are *orthloss trash. 0f
sats that hohridan's bondition Powde are abse
tocy pr and Immenfsol Vallm,. "AM., o
rt wi make hons lay ik e 8 d ond;tion
soplwders. Dose, one tee oon to onq pint of feed
Sold ov:i,whero. or Sent by mall for eight lettey
stams. 1. . JOURROil A 00., Banger, Me.
OF THE PRESIDENTIAls 0ANDIDATES.
500 Pages Each, hEW, AUTlIRNT,10.0XPLETE.
Able Authors. The Fattest Selling Booke
Fine Illustrations. of hie Day.
Life of Gen. I AN O I
Best Rook. Wr' Liberal Ternw, L.g
A.ENTS WANTED EVERYWIERN.
For full d6-4 rlt ine and tern address at once,
J*. 0. NuOURDY 9 00.,XPhIlawdelplta. Pis.; Olnoin
iati, 0.; Ch;engo, Ills.; t. Lhoul, bo.
NIGHT "*:";" fs,7c0T:otn i,, T?~d
K ILINS br ro~ mae, I,lace ofPetr. r FEL.
Samle ,eldr.e,s 0.J SA, amden, oNe rseand
AGENTS WANTED to sell the L.IFE OF
GEN. JAS. A. GARFIELD,
.1. BRNI. .aSn utor of wde celeriyT
work I.cemplo authentic ow -rie. Fal fly
W e otheoffeiat toend Soc. at once fr outfit.
725 Chestnut. PhildlphA, Pa .,Pu hr,
i)em Ue'PYINj AtI.N 0s WANTED for th.
I Ne ean a ece Vove ye. i ctr.o.ol3.
hnd for Clrcelar. J MAYNa, Gil rtavil e, Otsge
uu~~ ~ ET RRIE CAR RIAGE 00..
CincinnatI, 0. Catalogue FRE E.
Agents Wanted. t"chae ev;er oe
rree. Address ETA L STRI P0. O., omont ,Ohio.
aMPOEALs.T 're3 AGENTM. -
TH& LIFE OF
GEN. JA MES A. GAR FIELD,
al hi pesl fri7end ilajor BU DY, Edhlor .
Illutaw prin it ac d boal eul uit te
ternms. 14end #I.00, at onsce for complete o utft.
A , . BAIRNE6 A 0O.,
ll and 113 Wiillm Sire t. New York.
Is the Old Reliable Qonoontrated Lye for FAM IL!
Iis lal weight ad strb gth .iky
ASKL FOR SAPONXIEDiS,
AND TAKN NO) OTHER.
PN' SALTI K ANWrO Co. PHIAB'A
hands. The Latest St,yles in ENAMELED
Sand WHITE DRILL,
,Ol.5. e AND P I
O. ewand wondrs which fs
workeon natural seiiples. It retrsstrength
thben ytmo accmatated and 1 nous
have wolnnee of teettsny ofiSte o ~
ae. bann than good, or draette pills, buts. uree
is anl us is. te ost.S.ro..lse..e
Iela,Salt.rbeum, Veter Sores, Scyea
' bleod, are conquered by this powerfl
curing Tetter, Ros Rash, 3e11s, Gebenu
[ings, White Sweinga, Beitre or Thieb
allow eulor of skin, or yellowisb-brown pt
s, bad taste in aouth, atornal heat erebl
, and tongue oasted, you are sunterin fo
10frid a suos seases Dr, Pierce's Lide.
as, Weak liig,and ely stages et00
r7, agdien phu1ei pronoune.e It.h
nth ag,rplv, nsuspill. These
iMloslarge.seareely agecutem as
ely vgetable, no paritlar enre Isauio
emn. heoprate without disturbauc O h
>rcooAn. For Jaundice, aaho
ree , Palin ho the u~es
bissiness, oeer arnegatlolm
Meatuh. Bllteus aiteh, a
in S. PReasat msaymua
U amme'M ev'efu sei1. S. E
R MBEAT BLOOD PVgjCpjRq
erses.., ores w erves,
Be n NoRStrd In he ,0D ou A TG
DOaUTNmG TYMRSe VIAnATiNa
0 rote Rhum m 0ftwuls, 01 a
Diseases% me Lemllea fix
lin t at xheumBron i
Liver Complaint, &c.
not only 40es the ft"uluaioau ReaweRt
uxcel all reinedial oiatns inthe twobro:c
Nutitugme on'' a"l an
Borofulous, ostinal and
bUt It is ihe only Oue ter
KIDNEY AND BLADDERCOMPLAINTS,
Urinary and W01b DW-AUes6 Gravel DInbete.
Dropsy 4Omi of Water, Afontluenoeo
Uri"n. 4 Iuntrt and in
the water t thick, loudy, zW elitk br
stances like the white Of anwht eUgg teeIaMomorthrea"i IWO
w or there is a mobiloui
appece and whItabone-4ust .4elts, and
thereeis a pckig, bur sensation
wh asIng wae 0 anpin In tue small of
the ba aN a" 1 the lOin . Sold by Drug.
glts. PRIOR ON DOLLABi
OVARIAN TUMOR OFE YEARV OoWTH
OURD B DI RAWAY'S RHARED12.
One bottle contains more of the activo prinot.
1 sofMedlees thou any other Preparation.
J algk IT OnTdosM, while others re.
ve orsi ates as much.
R. R. R
CURES AND PREVENTS
RHEUMTISM, FEM AND' AGUE,
Looseness, Dlarrhcex Oholera Morbus or paia.
ful disoharges frOm &0n bowelW are stoppea ill
16 or 30 minutes by tkin Itway's Ready Re
list. No obgestton or inflimma t on, no wea;_
ness or lasditude wiLL follow the use of the R. IL
IT WAS THE FIRST AND 18
The Only Pain Rennedy
ahit instanti stops the Most elaruciating
na- rnnammatio, and cures 0onods.
Eiouz wheher the Lungs, stomach lOW018
or other glands or organs, by one application.
In fromm one to twenty minutemi, no mat.
ter how violent, or exordetating the pain. ine
Rheumatio. Bed-ridden, Infirm. .ed Nory.
ous Neurago or rostrated with IeaSe may
sder sADs AY'S READY RELIEF wilt afford
Inammation of the 1idnes.
Ins'lana nto of he Bladder,
C'olowestion of tihe funalm.
Bore Throat, 1 ultn areathng ,
lyserie,1Urapitatio of theueart.
Alysterfics, Croeup, Diphtherlin
Clai Chilis, Awne Chills.
Chilblains and Jrost Bites.
The application of the Ready pellet to the part
0Kpart where the pain or d Moulty exists wail
Thirty to sixty drops in a half tumbler of
Sprains. Sour Stomach, Hartburn,uric ead-,
ac a,Darriti Dyentany 0011o0 Wind in the
'w'adyor shul ealways carry a bottl of Rid.
water will prevent sielkness or pains frpm
3lhange of watner. It Is hotter than French
lany or Bitterst as a stimulant. Price Fifty
Badway's Regulating Pills.
and Natural in their Operation.
A YEGETrAMLE BURITUTE POR CALOMEL.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantl coated with
tweet gm, purge, regulate, puriy, cleanse and
RaDwAT's PLTYS, for the cure of all Disorders
der Nervous Dfseases, Headache, onstAamin,
es Fer, Infam aton of h Bowl Fil
and all dloran gements of the Internal ~iscora.
Warranted to effect a perfect our&j Pukely
eEte u'o atingno mercury, minerals or
W'Obaerve the followin smtms resulting
fro Dseaesof,he D#esuv Organs : Consti
Ilead Acidiy of the' Stoina b, Nasea. Jart.
burn Disgust of Food, Puliness or Weight in
teiing at te eart, Choking or8 u'nk g on-t
Viln Dote or webs Beore the 1e'gDt eers d
Dull sin in the Head, Doficieno. of Perspira
tre ide, hest, Lib b n Sudden Flushes of
Mieat. Burning ini the lesh.
A few doses of RADwaT's Pir.t will free the
system from all the above-named discrdere.
Priee, 35 Cents per Box.
We repeat that tbe reader must eonsult our -
bokrs and papersO the subjec of dsase ant'
'False anad True ,"
"Rad.s on Irritble Urettara,'"
u thers relating to different classes of Dis
SOLD BY DRUGGISTSI
READ "FALS.E AND TRUE."
Send a letter stamp to RADWAY * CO.,
No * a.r.n, t8.r. ia......t., N..
Wnformation worth thousands will be sent
TO TH E PUBLIC,
of Dn RAWAT'S old estatillshedte. of the R3n
DrEs than the base abS worthsese litatlonf of
them as there" are False Resolvent, ee fs
ahd #lir De sure and akfor Radwa' and
see that the name "Badway" is on wh y6v
Bunnpeija etebDrt fingle flre-'toe4lg S8lO
l''ii '# e an reb ad Guns Blues an
maks. Al ki d.Sa ro nf '.An -n
gudhb t n etmad for the price, Sn
JOS. 0. GRUBB & CO.,
712 Market Street, Phila., Pa.
Ride. hoWs,,, .eolvers,seat e.e.d. foensmiatio.
F ~Its, Sparns and Conynlsions
Ouz'ed by the use of
WIaJA . 28NIOE' 3PffSTflanhSN3
Setotre t o asgstat oONo u.ar ,