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FARM AND GARDEN.
TRA4INO DAIRY Cows.-In bus
iness like dairying, where so much de.
pends upon the quantity and quality
of the milk, the owner will Inevitably
loge money,and eventually go to wall the
unless special care Is excelsed in the
selection of the cows. Whatever the
breed, first the Inferior ones, and next
the ordinary cows, should be conscien.
tiously weeded out j ear by year, It
makes no difference what the breed
may be, these will always be found.
Not that there is no choice; there is,
and they must be selected with a view
to what is wanted, whether butter or
cheese. Whatever the breed, none but
the best breeders should be selected
to perbetuate the race, and as fast as
developed the best should be retained.
There is also riuch in this question of
development. An animal that, under
good care and attention, will turn out
a superior milker, will, under adverse
treatment, prove worthless. When
the calf Is produced, the helfer should
be carefully handled; sho should be
milked clean, and every means used,
by good feeding and warm stabling, to
produce as unihorin and large a, hlow
of milk as possible. The calf should
not be allowed to suck; it should be
raised by hand, but on the cow's own,
milk, just as drawn. The cow should
betrained to give her milk freely.
Good care and feeding will bring her
milk freely if she has in it her; if not,
discard her at once. The educalion o0
a heifer to give her milk freely consits
closely in gentle handling and nuliking
so that the cow may feel relie In the
operation. Holding ip the milk anI
running about, are always tl reeslt
ot improper and brutal handling.
- AVINO MANURE.-TillS Is the gjan I
adopted nearly three years e.go; I gra.
died my barn-yards into a busin shape,
the lowest part under my cow stable
window. Then I settled a cistern live
feet deep and eleven fect squia 0. Then
I laid miy walls with water cement, go
that when done it was eight feet sq uar..
Then I mau.e a stout wooden ranle
and placed It in tle centre to receiveb
a flagstonre coveriig. This is all below
the surface and iiohnid towaId (Ile
centr(. Then I Put in a rubber' halii
pump high eonotigh to spnii. Ot ,
drainage into a liogsheat St ililig on
tracks. I heave the nanure Irom tie
et &ble right ona to the (4s eot us, Ti i, ie'
tects it iromn frost. Tie drauilage r .mi
other stables it cent ied iuu, LI st..
ern. Now, tlu Itaching tIhe 'nu re
heapls is What I ac.ve to sittirate Illy
land wiith. I ts0 a Street. 8priikeIr.
Drive about. tweinty lousI a1nd .k,k tlhe
load Is discharged. 1 nst. ye'j I .' W I,
decided improvement, a imly imeadow -
timothy tall anid tiarse, s1il it for re
tail hay. 1 use1 tile 1111tiu to mix wIrII
Paris Green on ny ptIltoes. it is a
good lertilizer ats v4l11 l de to til
bugs, I never Invested in Patent ler
tiizers. I think a farmga Ihat, eti I.r
ni1h1 its own Jertiliz -rs is to :irm for
me. The above is the e IIpI(t. and
easiest handled and spre, d on thle Ii.dds.
I save over a 100 loads ieery year. I
think It worth as nuchli as do Ini
loads of matiure.
LiMI ASA FEIt II.iZi:It.-h'lle (gti,
ty tt be applied shulti be In a great
measure determinined by ihe chaIzrJuIa me
of the soil. It it Co:ilalus a large
amnount 1of vegetable nintter, [aars th
Now York Snnl, then in01e iline aiuy be
used with advanta;e 11than wlre It
contains but little ; or, if the soil is , old
clay, and the limie is desired to et, if.
up and improve its miiehaicale condi I
tionl as well as chemical, then qui a
large amount--lilty to a hi~undret bush
els may of ten be aipplied wit I htnellt.
15ii , on light soills, that la sand andit
sandy loamie, teni to twcity bushels is
sufliclent for 0one aplic'ation1. For
wvheat apply julst Jefore sowing the
wheat and broa-!cast, h irrowing in
with the grain. It is nt, best, to mix
grain with oilher fertilizers, e'speelally
those containing atmoln ia. Thiere* are
no vegetables or plantis which woui .
b3a sure indication that tihe soil re
q'tires lime, bitt there ar, some that
thrive better on1 sols dheiin in Ilime
than onl thtose (cOntal iing a larure
amout. A farmer should nieer ui e
lune with the idea that it, is ila itselfI a
fertilizer, but onaly a dissolve:. of the
p~lant food already in tihe so)il.
Tuxi farmer muiy usr- phol.orie acid
wvhen lise landu nieeds potiah, or he iiiny
ap~ply potash and pihosphloi ie acid whlen
the lands need(s ammniial . If lie chan tc
es on the riht 0one his crop ill bie all1
Itle better for' 11he alpliet'ionii, tut, if
the soil ia already pirovideda for' th crop
crowing thtreoii does not- call fo~r it,
is expenise and labor wIll be0 latrgely
lost. Hlence the isldom o1 exiperime~nt
ing with a few rows an. a timie* or on
set, at rest. It will not do to depend
tipon1 the exper'iments of' ot hers bit,
each should mial.e them fot hhiiiself1 and
the time~ to begin 16 now.
Tn t grand1 1)01ut in chitri in g Is to
Stop at the righit tlinnt. The tmIs
chief1 lone by over chiuring. Fewt
people know whlen to siopi (in (othler'
thtngs as well a s churIIning), and1( to
keep on ehturnitng wi.eni thle battier has
coime will ruin the best of buitter and
spoil all the work.
Af. Jacob- of 1'tiis o'>taied a-prtiz.e
mietal att the Firech e'xhibtioni for a
metallic paint, the piar~t icuir ad vat' age
of wleh', It is elaimed, contsi-ts In the
fact that there as no iths4tanuce requiir
ing coloring matter to w hich It Is not
applicable. A valuaiabite property of thi
subbutanice is its adi~ on for' cap~sltidig
any kiind of' bottles or jar4 e~ conaining
iqilds or valuds. lThe colors en ployed
for the-various l3iSt of' thlia mlaiterial
are, it atppears. not, coniinead to any
particular shalde, and, wheni on, th'e
objects pinted have all the appieatr
lance of (ilfferent-'olore(d bronz,N. Th'le
hiquiId pialnit hiavintg been I pourlletd Iito
an ordInary teti.si, the neck of' the
bottle, when prIoperl'y eui k. d, is dlipped
into it, andi retn'ove' duulmols as qiikkly
as Iti the w. x n g proe' a. T1he paInt,
apjpearinag to set Ilsalily, is ab'oi nie'
ly dry ini three mninutes I romi the time
it is applied, ami1( bl~eomes qulite hiard
in about, an liour '; the bottle becomaes
-Gerardi Lescuyer' ltis that wvhen the
current Iromi a dyuino-eiectic mat
chinie is senit liito a linagnet ie electric
machliie the latter moves wIth itncreas
ing spseed, then it slackens, stops, atidt
turns in the opposIte diireet-oii, andl so
on. The polarity of the inductors Is
Celbldotd Is proposerl ast a mautetial
for stereotype printing by E. Jeanniin,
of Paris. Tlhe lates l'rodu--ed aere said(
to be very light, fi -x -hie andi( dI uiatbie,
and very suItable f6r highi speed cy'Iln
In October. when the wvoo-is 'jre glor
bous in thuei' scarlet and golden draiper'y,
~is the timie to seek the A utuimn leaves
and ferns. A sevcere Cold Is often the
reslilt of such plIeasare t: ips. i)r.
Bull's Cough Syrtip alwava cures
Cna and Colds. Pricn 25 ots
BOILJD PEACH DUMPLIN.-For .the
crust, a pound of sifted flour, a halt
pound of clarifled beef drippings, a
quarter of a pound of lard, and half a
teaspoonful of salt; mix three-quar
tere of a pound of the flour in a bowl
with a t4blespoonful of butter the salt,
and a tumblerful or les of foe-water
(for the paste must be stiff); roll it ont
on your board, using the rest of the
pound for rolling it, and put the lard
and drippings in small pieces all over
it; double and roll out again, being
careful not to break the crust; roll out
once more fold tip, and put it in the
ice-box till ready to boil; peel and out
in two four quarts of peaches, sprink
ling them with a quarter of a pound of
sugar; roll yopr paste out about a
quarter of an Inch thick in the middle
and thinner at the edges, having it as
nearly round as possible; put yotar
peaches in and draw up the edges to
make a ball,tieo igh tylin a cloth that has
been wrung out of cold water and had
flour sifted over it, and drop in boiling
water and let it boll steadily for an hour
and a half: serve as scon as taken from
the pot. For sauce, take two ounces
of butter and four 'of brown sugar well
creamed together, with a tablespoon
ful of brandy.
FRATHEIn PILLows.-Feather pillows
can be cleansed and purified without
removing the feathers by taking the
pillows, laying themn in the bath tub,
and scrubbing them'with a small scrub
bing brush dipped in a solution of a
tablespoonful of inaglal mixture to
half a pall of warm water, and a little
soap dissolved in it. Serub them well
on both sides, and then turn on the
warm water and rinse them thorough.
ly. Lay them out on the grass to dry,
turning them frequently ; at the last
pin them to the line for a number of
days, and when quite dry beat then
with a rod. This Is to disentangle and
lighten the feathers.
A Ladiles Wiaih.
"Oh1, 11w 1 (10 wish my skin was as
clear and soft as yours ," said a lady to
her friend. "Yotu can easily make it
s0," aiiswered the friend. "How ?"
inquird the flist lady. "By using
Ilop Bitters, that makes pure rich
blood and blooming health. It did it
for Ie, as you observe." Read of it.
To BLVACI.-into eight quatds of
wari water pit one pound of chloride
of limie; stir with astick a few minutes,
then strain throtugtl a )%ag of coarse
inilin, working it wlih the hand to
dissolve thoroughly. Add to this five
bucketfuls of wairm water, stir it well,
put in the muslin ; let it remain in one
hour turning it over occasionally that
every part may get thoroughly bleach
ed. W hen takin out, wash well in two
waters to reinove th liime, rinse and
dry. This qutntity will bleach twenty
Ile yards of yard-wide inuslin. This
mslin will blooh more evenly and
quickly if It, has been thoroughly wet
and dried before bleaching.
Soun MILK CnIasE. (Smear Case).
Take some milk, set it on the back of
the stove, whereit will leat very slow
ly; It heated quickly it will curdle;
whel it wihuvs sufielintly strain
through a colanler till as dry as possi
ble, t hoin pour the curd i n a pan or Into
ihe cheese bag, anid wash thoroughly
with cold water; if it has been heated
.illullently it will not dissolve; tie and
haig bag up to drain; when dry add
sweet eream enough to make it soft;
salt to 1tast* , set It, on ice and serve at
tea time. If it, is scalded too much, or
If' the mil1k is too sour,lt will be crumb
13' anud 110t fIt to eiat.
"It's just w~hait I've been looking for,
Since I've been sevnteen
Andi gettinig bidder every day.
TI'll I got CannoLINE."
CocoAxuT CnEAMs. -bUne pint of
mn ilk or waiter, pie0ce of butter size of anl
egg, one cocoan ut gratedi fine (or one
cup of desi.*cated cocoanut), three pints
of coflo or gi anulate~d sugar, two tea
81poons fliavorinig, lemon or vanilla;
ho0l1 slowly until1 stiff whmen tried ini
water or Oil sno0w; then taka a fork or
knife and beat ias tile whites of eggs,
until stiff like frosting. WhuIle yet
warm make rapidly into small batlls
with the hands(1, and place on buttered
pliates andi set, lai a cool place to stiffen.
Thlis recipe will mlake about 200 creams,
and1( If miadle properiy they will be
0eamy onl tihe 11nalde and as those we
buy13, besides being much freesher.
GOOD RITE BRuAD.-One cupi of yeast
--one-hilf cuip if new andi strong--one
quart of' warml water, one small11 cup of
molasses, one tenIspot).1 of' soda, and salt
to taste. Stir in the r'ya flour ilh a
p~ud~dinlg stick till you have astiffdough.
Grease your Pan1-a deep one is best.;
pu1t, theu dloughi in, scraping pan and
stick withI a kiiife to avoId getting the
atiekt' doughl on your hlands. Let it
stand1( in ia warms place0 over night or
until light, then1 bake until done, from
on1e and1 half to two hours.
V i 0. TINI(.-Th'1e great. success of the
Veget iae as at c'leanlser anid purifler 01
the blood is shownl beyond a doubt by
the greait numbers wiho have taken ii
and( received immediate relief, with
such remarkable cures
ConK-SolED boots, while admirable
for walkIng purlposes, (10 not make for
c'hildeni suitable shoes to wear to
schoo1l ere the chid muist ait with
them on all day. TIhey heat the feet
uindully, renuderinllg tihe wearer liable to
t ake cold on going inito a lower temper
ature. For schiool purposes a goodl
walking shoe0 with double soie, to be
worn with) rubber overshoes in rainy
weathier, is preferred by mainy per
soins. Tihe overeoes should be removed
immlnediately onl enl te'rtsilinng thle house.
"I CAN tell tile ago or anythling by
looking at its treth,'' said( the hoestletr.
"'You ('an,"~ respondced a carpenter;
"'tlhen just look at the teeth of tils saw
and1( tell mue its age will you?''
Irrt'il,, n M. or 1eople.
*, wouii. noti, ti. vnuet:ia headlings
lid ci hIer d'4ievies ltend 3 on into lesad
nig ol t lhe virtl ties po ssessed by Pierce's
Jelebrat.'d ledc in~ies we'e 0Itt tIhat
sve arue aware of ilie forgetfulness of
esie and1 that mnust. be our excuse,1
car readleul for aigalin telling you thbat
1r. Ph ree's Golen Aledical Discovery
without an1 I qulal as a1 blood-purir.
I eures8 all hmiizors f'romn the e.minon
101011, p)1imlie, or corrupi lonl, to the
wvorst. serofuha, fever sore or ulcer. Dr.
Pieree's Pellets are a pleasant but effi
teniit ('athartle. Sol bv drin gists.
ST CJ.OUD hlot'ex, Chicago. til,,
Jun. 20thl, 1879.
110o1 R V. Piancie, Mi. i.:
De r 1)ctor.-,. have been using your
Golden aledteal Dascovery and Pellets
mor liver compilit and general debil
I y. It is impossible to express the
o atitude I (eel. It is sunply wonder
Itui tile effect your medicine had have
upon01 111. 1 am11 in every way a thou..
sand per cent, better.
I am yours gratefully.
J. V. DAvaneoE.
'us was a dewure, countrified-look
ing man, and was remarkably awk.
ward and shy. He had been to the
restaurantone before, and the smarl
wai$er by the name of William had
palmed off a bad quarter on him. kIt
came a second time and on handing
over a five dollar -bfIl, he remarked in
a timid way, "Last time you gave me
a bad quarter; please be more careful
this time." '"No danger," said the
port waiter, that was only o-ne of the
kind I had. Sorry, I can't accommo
date you with another," as he shelled
out tho change. All the afternoor
William was chuckling to himself, bul
the last time he smiled right heartily
was later in the eveulng just before he
settled with ihe boss, when that Indl.
vidual chucked him a five dollar bill,
with the humorous remark, "I'll make
you a present of that flye, Wiilam,and
take it out of your salary at the end of
C.une and EMfect.
The main cause of nervousness i
indigesilon, and that Is caused by
weakness of the stomach. No one can
have sound nerves and good health
without using [lop Bitters to strength.
en the stomach, purify the blood, and
keep the liver and kidneys active, to
carry off all the poisonous and waste
matter of the system. Bee other
A CeirTAIN young Boston bachelor,
wealthy, but modest, was taking his
bath one morning when his telephone
called him. He sprang from the tub
and was horrified to lie tr that a lady,
wife of a distinguished Now York
banker, was at the other end of the
wire, a mile away. It would never do
for him to carry on aconversation with
a lady in his present condition. "Ex
cuse me. A thousand pardons I" he
cried, aghast. lie don nied h is dressing
gown and then repaired to the tele
phone and conversed without fear of
IT Is a good thing for Noah that lie
had the only ark afloat in all the unl
verse at the time of the flood. if there
had been Just one more ark there
would have been a collision the third
day out, unless things were managed
better than they are nkow. And prob
ably they were not, as It seemed to be
considered dangerous to send out more
than one ark at a tte.
Tuxinic are some intoresting things
that are not down in the censis that
ought to be. For Instance, there are in
thl country just 7,000 persois w ho own
walking ateki that A ndrew Jackson
used to carry and 11,000 and some . d I
persons who have curls I rom the head
oh the late Lady Washington. These
are matters of great public interest and
ahould not be ountied f rom tihe census.
"I WONDEr, uncle," said a little girl,
11f mnca will.ever yet live to be 600 or
1,000 years old ?" "No, tiny child," re
sponded the old man; "Chnat was tried
once, and the race grew so bad that the
world had to be drowned."
A PREACHER at a Sunday-school ex
cursion described heaven as an eternity
of piceics-and several young men
members of his congregation, who
lugged baskets weighting nearly a ton
each, and climbed high trees to put up
swings, have Icitchurch.
No one who has tried Dobbins Elec
trie Soap, (made by Urungin & Co.,
Philadelphia, P.,) lails to see its wvon
derful economy Ask your grocer to
get It, and give it a trial.
BROwN gave his wife an elegant
umbrella for her birthday present. "lHe
very careful of it," he said to her. "0,
be easy, dear; I will use It only whlen
the weather is iine."
THE Rev. John Morse, a clergyman
of Dexter, Me., has been suspetnded by
a ch preh council because of "hnis freakv
and mulish spirit of perveirsity," Ti's
is supposed to correspond to murder In
the second degree.
ONE of our religious contemaporarle.n
remarks: "Thie editor of this paper
writes his editorials ont his back." We
write ours on paper. It comes haandie':
for us, and Is much muore convenient
for the printers.
AN unliappy marriage ia like sa
electric machiine-it makes one danie,
but you can't let go.
A wOM AN can not become a successful
lawyer. dhne is too fond of fitving her
opinloon without pay.
CoPWics and Imitations are d'eknow
le'dgementus of thne superior medt andl
excellence of the geniine adtic.
Worthy and Valuable articles are what
tine frands are committed agalenat and is
a proof of high estimation, very flatter
mng to the originators, but very daniger
cue and unprofitable to tihe consumer
and demoralizing to thn 3 (dealer. Be.
Ware of counterfeits and see that you
only get the gennuino Simnimn's Liver
Regulator, in white wrappr, with the
red Z on the face and signaituroon side
of J. HI. Zelin & Co, who lhave stopped
five dhierenit pracic~ial imitators of this
valuable medlicine by injunetion at law,
but still othner frauds are In tine mar..
ket, as rascals are not yet all hung.
is the bane of nearly evem y Ameurican woman.
Ever woman owes it to hnormet and to heer
famil to use that clolbrated mdicineo. Kil
ney-Wo t. Jt let the sure remedyi for cointi
pation, and for .l1 di'ordes of the kiduo.5s
and livor. Try it now.-CAI'IT.,
Don't Temporize Wuthc Plies,
Otinmt oit loins ekotuiarios andi all man
ner of quac: niostruma e a wvaste of tunis aend
mloney. TI ce only ansoi-Un:I.Y INFAI.liK Cure
for tis pace futi edisaio is 'A NAI KEt8," di.s
covered eiy Dr. Silaebpe. It hna- been pro
ceouno d by e'cientill: e en aa 'ihe I appiest die
cove? y mn do in needicine for 200 ye arai. it
affords imestate relief fronm pauin n tshn wrrst
cases and ha, ouredl more thani 20 000 ati. r
era m ermzaent y. All dloot re pro crebo it.
" Anakenni' is soent FatoE by mall on receipe of
price, *1.00 per box. Haml. a ~rath . by the
aob- inaneuf. tre. Meunra. P. 'oustaodler &
Co.. heox 3i9I6. N. Y.
INA ooLD~ olven Away. send 3-cent
stan lfor p rticular,. Address TurE
zuu xasElUNOZ. Lowlstburg, Union co., Pa.
$ ~ S O TRIL for a mree-ent ataimps
More to le than Gold.
tr0WL,p Mass., March T, ftag.
I wish to Inform y60 what Vegetine bas do,*
for me, I h %ve been troubled with Brysipelas
Humor for morethan 'so yeard in my limb. and
other parts0, My body, and have been a great
sufferOr. I Commenced taking Vgeine one
year ago last August and can trulys ty it has
dono'iore for me thai any other medicine. I
seem to tio perfectly free from this h-imor-and
Can recommend it to every -ne. Would not be
without Ihi8 inedteine-'tis more to me than
goli-and I feel it will prove a blessing to others
s It bag toi U10.
Yours, nout respeetfully
MR8. IBAVID CLARUK,
3, BENTLEY, M.D., says:
111 has done saalrerood thoa all medi.
NswuAtx' Ont.. Feb.9,1$90.
Mr. i. It. 8TRvtNs Boston, m ass.'
Ar-I have boltI urim.g the past year a con
older tble qututity of your Vegetine, and I b.
lleve, in all ctsses i, has givon satisfac' ion. In
one c-iso, a demeate young lady of about 11
y--ars was imuch boneilted by its uso. Her pa
rentts Info, med 1ne tIat It had fune her moM9
go'd ian all the inedl:al treatment, to which
she had previously been subjected.
J BENTLEY, N. D.
Loudly in its Praise.
Toa iTo, Ont., March 8, 199.
Dear iir-Uonder ng the short tinte that
VUSULlern hat beetn b.foro the public here, It
.el-. iVl as a ioUjtI pu-liter, and for iroubl a
arising ftom a lugtgish or tWrpld liver it is a
Oret.c is Lcdiclino. Our cutswmers speak
J. WR I lIT & 00.
Our. Quen and Elizabeth streets.
F'tiLt rAND BY
UII. R.NTEVENm, Ilostos, Haes.
Vi gedne is Ecid by all Drugg sts.
'l'I aceuniulated ev itnce of nearly thIrty
3 tarm. show lh . t li er 111nis a certain reine dy
ro matarial (I m:w. xm Ivell as its irest, pre.
vent've ' 1 hat It. .aaitll tie C d vspi a, c .lt1
Axt:on. lver U011mp.l:a and iertv 'tablnebs. counx'
Ca's a tem doncy ti gau, I iunmatism. urin ry
and uterite tiord. r.,, tiat, it lha aria vigor Itx
the iebte and chai, iike mkLjd ' ili.; It luvigo.
I-.tI f the budy.
For sale by all I rurgists and Dealers
The Oni Medicine
That Acts at tho Same Thes on
ThelUver, the Bowelsuad the Kidneyp.
-Thesae great organs are the natural eleana
.era of the syatst . If they workt well health
dreadful d seases at e aura to totiowod,
Bllousness, Headache, Dyapepia, Jaun
dice, Conatipation and P'iles, er Kid.
ney Complaints, Gravel, Diabetes,
or ihenmatic Pains and Aches,.
are develo edhbecause the blood is poiaoned
withl th naumaors that, should have been
wint restore the healthy action and all theme
thr ami ou will liv but ton sudfr. egct
Thottaadsha ebecneixred. Try itand you
and health willonue more gladdenayour heart,
W by saferk.one te.th terbstmuaoa asagesekt.
KIDNRT.WonTr will enure you. Try apa
age at once and be satisfied.
Itlas a dry vegetable compound and
One Package makea six quarts of Medicino.
yo. Inesipo having ft. Puce %ul0. I
WELLS, R!CHARDCON A CO., ?roprietoru,U
M1SIC BOO18 FiOR SCHOOLS.
THE WELCOIIFE CHORUM,($10r$9pe.
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This Is a new and superior High School Song
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In one. two or four parts. Mr. TIlden'sxprevious
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No more attratctive School Song Book has for
a ion time appeared. It is not graded, and
will ofor any class. Gre'at variety of songs,
Subects selected with great skill, and music Is
W HIT E R OBHES. (30 eta.) Charmilng and
very s c e iuir.Sunday School Song Book, by
Siober's A rt of SInging and Vocal Uni
ture. Price 60 cents.
Books for Vocal Training usually contain comn
lesesoexerct,.es, and directions onouigh
otetecr--and no mare. liut tii little
bock give.. thei " sclone" and reason ror e'very
steP of progress, Ia a altandard work ini Europe.
tanultaslwbeen well translated by A. W.Dohn. A
taoost iractical and inmportaunt essay.
pr Any book sent, post-free, for the rotail
Oliver Dltson & Co., Boston.
J. E. Dh'r05 & C0.1228Chestan St., Phila,
end by (o strainof teshi onr t.i
t nhlanta at ni us ( ore, brain niervoand
Hop Bitters, 'raste, use Hop 5.
df yotiire yun an sulering frm any tnt
o.rltitt lamt air a o e gf saic
nert. aviy on op B ltt re.
w hny you I nuallf rot some
nece atenrsn , i n f t d
hrt cauntgt ha b et use of
tke WHo p HopBitters
k,d,.e o. s. 0.
stu~ar d on isl an absolute
livr orixere Orunkenness e,
You will be tof aeoum
e rie~ty NEVER circular.do
life. has FA L T.i'o Co..
saved hun- . e:eCe n~y
droeds. ........... *
Heastamp for ('atlu.j'
Riflss,Sheoas Revolvs,sat e.d. forezaminauea
Those answerimg an Aelvertisemen: end
confer a savor upon the Advertiser and Ste
Publisher bystating that they saw thme adver.
Uisernent In this osa..a unasnf... aS.t S
0 d fo r aa W ; en ad al ot0
0I1' OW OLO eS. tin'-7an~t Prne Rwe t 11 K
are the beat Gloye imporlod for the WTITOll HANDEEROH 'Fleversol
money. Every pair Warranted. for the money. Also are, for print
Two.Hutt te. 890. Three-Bul tons, F Border, Hemstitihe& and inbro
$1 0. Four-Button $1 I9. SIx-But. dered. THJESE AREM GREAT BAI
10n. $1 CO. All co ora, Black and GAINS. NAMS TUB COWR O
Whita. Send Stamp for mailing. PRIN TING.
SOUTH ICK S
Con Eleventh & Chestnut Sts., Philadelphi
to t..%? F..,I Se;t on of 1880 we are btte r prepared to RUpI tphe wants of our cusItnme
at a diht anice than ver hofore- We have m o Bargains in BL AQKand COLOUJID SILKS. BLAC
and COLOR 1D BILK VELVETS, BLACK and COLO C ND DRE88 GOODS. and General Line of DR
0OODS, than we have ever before collected together, and n e would ask the readersof this pap
to end to us tot Samp les of anything you may ewish in Dry Goods, feeling that it IS as mu(
your Interest to send to us as it is ours to receive.
Stock 'he following list is only a small portion of the many Bargains you will find in our Larg
LIGUT QUALITIES BLACK BILKS BLACK ALL-WOOL CASBMEREI
At $1 00. 1 10, 1 25, 1 85 ,1 65,1 86, SEND 65c. At 87%o., worrh 611.: at 50e., wor
20 . Bought in the Summer, of an and stamp for finn a-c.; at 60o., worth 16o.; at 75
Import V ging out of business, at quality colored 8... worth $1; at 5e., worth $110; at I
less PArie tWtan wo ever owned a utton R ID OLOV worth $I 80 at $1 10, wor 50;
fine quality of Black Bilk before. worth $I 00. Nj4 1 '2sj worthi $17 orh5. 0
BLACK SATIN DE LYON AT$100, Blacks. BLAU1 ALL-WOOL BROCADES, M4
WOLTH $10. DIO CLOTA08and CRRPE CLOTh
SEND 350. 46 inches wide at $100; have new
BLACK SATIN D LYON at $1a65, sold less than il 2 a.
W OI(TII $2 Ia. andatamp for hand- PLAIN BLACK PURE SILK AN
ILACK SATIN DE LYON at $185, some LA GIJiJOU WOOL 3ATIN CLOTHS, an entire
WORTH $2 60. LACB ceInE, worth nlew article-In three qualities
50 peces Black and Colored PEKIN -5 cen60. Goe., 76o., and 850. A grea bai al
i.TJtIPES at $1, warranted all Silk, SEND 10. BLACK ENGLIS HENRIETI
and wort 1 $160. 'LOTHS, in four qualities-0
25 pleces Pin-dot BLACK GROUND and dr Sa for hne It e., o, and o.; worthcao., 75S
bILK8. 190.; cost, to Import, $1p10. ooz' ptra If ., anl 85.
26 leces Plain Black ORO-GRAIN BItOlDEIIED BAL
SILK, 45o.; warranto4 all Silk, ana BRIGGAN 11089, COLORED DRESS*GOODS.
value 760. worth double. OREPE FINISh TARTAN PLAID
BLACK and COLORED DAMASSE SEND R7.50 25 FN worth POLA
SILKS, $1; VALUE, $1 85. EN4 7 2 AVY-BLU h OMI CLOT
tilCH BLACK BROOADE 8ILKS. and 2bets. for post- 2c. worth 8 oE.
Iil CI LOI(ED BitOCADE SILKS, age, for line BLACK -NAV-BLUE AND GARNET FLA1
1R11 COLOR ED SILKS in all the 'H IBET LUNG NEL SUITING, oo.
New and Choice Fall Shades. 2 11AWL, worth 511. 88 INcH ALL-WOUL COL'RD CASI
inc's w ide, at $1; good value at $1 8. SEND 100. M ET A. 87 0.
R SATEN STitIE CASHMERE$, 800
RICH COLORED SATIN D LYuN and stamp for a Value, boo.
SILKS, In alltde new holegd lI E ADED LAOE d6-INCIl TnRTAN PLAIDS, b0 ota
pic che. wide, at 1h50,1 regular SRlFIP worth 66o. value, l5c.
prBlc $2 A. only B ue and lyr- 40-Inch SILK STRIPE MOMIE, 600
BL.ACKI BROCADE SILK VELVETS, tie beads lutt,. va 110 850.
$4 Oil; Value, so ao. LUPIN"8 MKCRINOS, boo.: value. 0~
BLACK STlIlPE BILK VELVETS. $2; SEND 75c. 64 FRENCH INV IBLE CH CK
value, $3 26' and ta m for a 660.; value, $1 00.
COLOIEDST RPE SILK VELVBTd, P1 a I d. all. -.wo 6-4 ALI1.Wt OL DAMASSE CLOT]
$9; Value, $3 26. SIlOUI.Dn SHAWL', 75-.; value $1.
PLAIN BLACK SILK VBLVETS, 950 - wuth $1 15. state 46 IN. ALL-WOOL MOMIECLOTU
Value, ,1 25. " colors. 76.; value $1
Valu, $25.46 IN. ALL-*VO&L FRHE14CH PLAIDI
PLAIN BLACK SILK VELVETS,$1 28; SEND 09 00 48c.; value. $128.
Value, AC L,2 ENGLISH AND GERMAN NOVEL
PLAN iLAC SIK t3~and 25 cents fer TillS 87300. and 60ae.
PLAIN SLC ILK VBLVET3,$15; posage for 20 yd i. FKII S (OS
Value, $2; 25. F-NlIA NOVELTIES, 160.. $1 0
PL AIN BTA K BILK VELVETS,$2; Wtoic Gito-GiRAI FlENU I NVELTIE9.S175 $2,$291
Value,$176.SILK, A great bar- U1101CH WrYLRS CHINTZ OAS
PLAIN hLACK SILK VELVETS, $2 76; gain. gIIICI4, T '.
Value $E7L , SEND 200. ALL k41ADA8 WOOL CASIMERIE
PL-IAIN bLAck SILK VELVETS., $3 50.- 123( cts
Value $4L0 and stamp for Two. Our Styles ROMAN PLAID RADRA
C 1 BO SILK VELVETS, $1. 0; elastic L~lle Fleecy- GINGilAIS, till in new Fall effect
Value. 200. lined GLOVES. Icc.; very choice and acaroe.
Our manner of doingr business is different from that of any other House fi the Unite
Sta e. We buy nothing that we cannot sell a little or a good deal less than anybody else. 01
Stock Is always very large, yet there are toines that we m .y not have just what you want, (whic
uhwevero will rarely happen,) but our prices will alwayb be such that you will not desire to see
further to do better.
we ask the lady reaer.- if she contemplates purchasing anything in the way of SILK
BLACK GOODS or DRE8.%GOO DS, to delay It utii you senld to us for bamples to judge of ot
prices. All orders attended to on day of recelpt.
Southwick's Combination Store
ELEVENTH & CHESTNUT Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.
PURE LONS STRI SIL8K VELVETS, in both BLACK and COLORED,
*Dr. Pieree's Golden Medical Discovery curses all Rumors froe the worst Serefulao bI
semmon Uletek Pilmple er Eruption, rynipelas, Salterieenm, Fever Swres, Scaly ei
prm ing at short rat dise a cause by bad blood, are conquered by thi1s powerti
xseally has S mansted its potenc in curing Tetter, Rose Rash, Dells, Rebum
eleesSrefueos Sores and we~iags, White Swealtags, Geoitre er Tesa
em acer od, reqasat headache ordizes, bead taste in m outh, iaterna bea reh
alternated with hot flushes, irregular appetite, and tongue coated, yen are suffering from
Media Discoer hae equal, as It effects perfect ad radical cussD. res. ie
In the eure o BronehItis, Severe Conghs, Weak Lunge, and early stages of Sem
sumiption, it has astonished the medical faculty, ant eminent physisians pronoumee it the
greatest medical discovery of the age. Sold by druggists.0
No use of takcing the large, rep'ulsivs, nauseou pills. Thesi
o elets (Little ill o) are searcely larger th aasiard
uano ew op~aefberate wIthout dastuba th
Ty MO ,~g as stem, dIct, or econ pmati.n. e For .Jamadiee, Readaebh
estatig i, mpure Bloid, Palma the 5heuldr,
Tigh-tnets f'Chest, Diaminueen, Peur Ermeiatiems foem
Ube*'Estt ens** n?n~e, Stestseek. Rad Taste Ln Ifouth, bious attaeks Paim in
regiora of aidnejs lntatalt Pever, Elieatedbling
i.h of Staad to Wed W .* D ri~w Vie.s N'rgatie Peliete
endtoe t th dseaed a tnegh hemol===th syte ofanum~at
mo . t ebet he s a e irta n as f o g he m W e a ne s o e s e s te s m o o f m t e d w o n r l p o i r o u c
powesi Woe e ~shoie Dittese, which do more harm than good. or drsstte pins, but usenatures
gms.~mf~fWo3, ad health will be au~cl rgned. et lt f your Du uglw,PrleS
West:Cser. Chest.r County. Pat ,
hand. 8 claltles forn ofIts t Y'~l Fin ('-b
Uurresponde.e solicited. o aalhn,~~aca~n
36 address. I'i p rer .5I1 OL
I1'A. GORTON & CO. 531ND'AK E THIR
om,,neroe St., hila., P. B ASLNAPI COHIA
TAMs IIONA&EA F0*4 AEOtsRt AGE.NTM IES
tilling our two a luendedly Illust, atedi Iooks. Lif a os"~
G E N. H A 000CK, ,*rHemi,! l 7ndK Hn uI.A
ar-ty Beadere and the a's-es.. Al, , etI aIaelgtntlcutya, ta ctfhIe
N. t*ARFIE LD by hit comrs -~, ndCtlPoerhrereotlesra.
'rl.nd, Gen. J. at. B t iBNan arl,.m pf w .,ueatnInesl Is ~tt.
im aenaly par , .ellt ovedr ed.tu a oe eta dr.Doe n tapont n tto e
A.senis mnk a *50 a day i Outfit. Soc. each sderwesoapbymifrsihiu
for bust be-ks am tua, 'air~ ta-k,nu IRt.s .8.JOiBNCODneM
Philadit paa, F.PlS'SWnin moetinfl
trrmus, It tillsn h..w t o nrin in all the .artaons ain.
mas foI. eit chowv to, npur It t bet aidvantago U
MAGET. W~ANTm)D.-endt for cireunlars cotin.
t-g a fuitee inA I' i rc loahd xsnr 's sis to .
P' a ,el ph , Pa._ IA P u
.Selling our niew
Piea(form Fd mly Scale
*Iil ANs o P U MP5PE D~
le oo tppare ic r ,t .5
r wecasnoftanybon h.
Dooms for A enie. Exelacive territryren anwr erlt t.ua' tris pMkre
eAao ng ouagn.
$7 7 ER epeses in d? 60a aegteIIIIV UIET~, OPE
~ ~tk ae Sa,~Ilt5 Is held Rel0abl, 00meantraI TLermsor FA
expnse an aga or fulak n iptltr , ar ti Is m nydes jon
Auaust, Memo nil, luiwegh ..x.ar,-ugt.hlaI
raeAddess:t.PENC. 'A UBA T MAN0. Ca, ILAunT
MA a; IEN LoLAY
- 1Z GREAT DL0OD PUItIER,
. OR80 U OR 8 BIRONOI A3I ,
e TART OR 05.1TAL U8'
Be It Seated A The Lungs er StoLaaesb
or sones, ,ish or Nerveu,
CORRUPTING TND V'ATMO
Uhionlo RhOetMatlsm Soroftls, GIMulat
Swelling Hiack Drv doug, Vanoerous AUOO.
tions, t , 1 attM
s r Dieases, 'Felaae Ve0m.
lainta out-, Drop y, Malt Rheum, Brnonhitis,
\.Ivor Complaint, &b.
Notj Gml Mw te Suxsarllian It oga
rMO6 edl,,agatq In the ure*!f tns
ottion ad Skin
t t In the only positive outo for .s
KIDNE AID BLANDERCOMPLAINTS,
v nry an Womb Disoses, Gre, Iaete
Stop a of W 1 onlnense io
41 asee AlbutrIa, and In
K t9water to thi4k, cluy, taixedb . b
stanoes like the white of-an r like
atWhite aulk, or there is a. da1." bIlius
lb erance and white bone-4ual depol ad
there Is a Prioking, burning se on
*e ba a"r, an d 't. ' t"i Sm .
whba Wo h~ I Ins. SobyDug
gsta PRIOR ONI DOLLAR.
OVARIAN TUMOR OF TRW YRAR5' GROWTN
's OU.RD BY DR. RADWAT' REMBDM3,
One bottle contains more of the pi"
of Medicines than any other rne5paston
8, In Tea*poonful doses, while O59
Ir uIre are or ax limes 0a much.
R. R. R.
CURES AND PREVENTS
F. DYSENTERY, DIARRHGA,
R I FEVER AND AGUE,
i, BOWEL COMPLAINTS.
Looseness Dlarrha h, olras Morbus. or pain
I. ful discharges from the b >welm are stopd in
16 or 211 mintutt's b, takiug itadway's eady lRe.
i, ef. No couestlon or InUmation. no weak
ne8 or lasitutdo W.1 follow the u.io of the R. It
IT WAS THE FIRST AND IS
The Only Pain Rentedy
thit Instantly stops the moit excructatig
ali, alla influminatIo is, and cures Concs
, on '. who 01er of the Lungs. Stomach trowels
or other glans or organs, by one alppliation.
in fron ovae to twenty ainisute, no mat
ter hsow violen or exoruciatin the pin. t,.,
R10RIseumC. ied-ridden, itli mn. Cri led, Nerv
ous Ne'ura o rostrated willh e may
ata i.erHADAVse H.ADY M EL trEF will afford
ir Instant ease.
E, lnnaln.tion of the Rldneym,
amnftu n n,.tfon o ibe Bladder.
Inflamaaion of the iflowel.
t, goeOs'es, 06iRcnth of the Lunge.
i Sore Throat, lbi .ute eenthtng.
"aala11Puau,,s, of the Stlears.
Hysteries, Osp, Dbip Iterniheea
Headache. Toothache,arra, nfuens.
Nr rvalsta aehs , Sleeplessne.,e,
ctid Chilli. Awne Chills,
Obiblains and Frout Bites.
The applcaAtin of the Read Hetief o h part
r prts a here the ran or a cilulty exists Wai
Thirty to alixty drops in a half tumbler ot
nwater will In a few minutes cure Cramps
Sprains. Sour Blomach. Hleartburn, 8ick He '
lcht-, Diarrhwa D~ysentery, Collo, Wind in the
lowerls and all Internal pains.
TI ravelers should always carry a bottle of R id.
WAY's ll(!ady itelief with them. A few drop in
wate will prevent gickness or llalm from
change or water, It is better than French
lancty or Ji tra~ as a stimulant. Price Fifty
Radwayfs Regullating Pills.
Perfect PurgatIves, Soothing Anertente,
Act Withotat Pain. Always Reliable
and Natural in their Operation.
& VEGETABLE SURSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly o~sted with
weent , purge, regulate, pui. * leanse and
Ra&waT' Pu fer the cure of all Disordem
Of the itomaci Lve, BowelBlad.
der. Nervous DsaeHeadacx, Co ionma
Vostivenem, indigestion, 1gyious~
ness. Fever Inflammation of t oesPliles
and all derangeents of the Internal Vicra,
Warranted toeffect a perfect. cui Purely
co u~ntaning no mercury, mnrals os
I borve the oloi tm
p to nInward PiesDgn Blood is
idAidt of the'Stomach, Nausea. Heart.
burn Disgust of Food, Fullness or Weight Is
the Stmach, Sour E utaties, Sinking or Flut,
ten ath tne er, Choking or Buffermng Sen.
Vision, Dots or Webs Beore he 8~s Fee a'd
Dul pin in the Head, DeficIte6 oV Perspire.
tin Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes. Pai In
t Me iestr , Limbs and Budden Flushes of
A few doses of RADway's PrLMS will free ths
System Srom all the above-nan)Od disordirs.
Werepeat thatthe rader muest consult our ,
thi cur, aong whic mo be namedean
"Falue and True ,"
S"Rad way en Irritable Wrthra,''
Iandotersrlting to diuerent 41,== of Die
SOLD BY DRUGIST~R
EUAD "FALSE AND TRUE."
lend a letter stamp to RADWAY * (O.,
-.st Warre., 4)... Chureb .t., Rew
rInfrmat0n werth thousands will be sent
TO THE PUBLIO,
- here can be no better guarantee of the value
tOf Dx. R ADlWAY'S old estaulished R. it. R., Rass.A
Dis than the baso and worthie a ImitatIons of
'~tem as thre are Folso Rosoiven, Relleft
and Alis o sure and ask for Radwy' dd
se that the nameo "Eadway" Is ca n a ye
lt ambers 5c.f4ew Vrk,
rR UP TUR EK<
rodwa, New aurn iigotala
-eaf badean,,e bfor and . afesuse,nas
up,'ssle and Bei chla na Gu I hee
funr ed ye aJir ~epie
JOS. C. GRUJBB & 00,,
712 Market_8t..ot Phi.... .