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KEEP Punx-iREED FowLs.-AsidO
from the greater pleasure which it
affords, It pays better to keel) and breed
pure-bred fowls than to breed and feed
a lot of mongrels, which latter many
do for fear of the expense of buying a
few pur-bred fowls to start with. In
determining which breed of fowls to
get, make up your mind at the start
that no one breed canl or does possess
all the desirable qualities you are In
search of. If you wish a breed forla)
ig, got Leghiorns or Hamburgers; 11
you wish a breed for weight, got some
of the Brabams or Cochineg and if jYou
wish a breed priniolpally for ornament,
get the Poligh: but give up the idea of
getting a grand combination of all
these qualities in one breed. Make up
your ind what you wish, Iin tho way
of -fowls and theni selectsuch. breeds as
will answer those requirements btst.
GOie them good, comfortable quarters,
supply them liberally with lood and
water, giving them requisite care and
attention, and you will never have
cause to regret your investment in
purc-bred fowls. When your nigh
bors see what line birds you lmave,they
will naturally want some of them, or
a ketting of the eggs, and thus will a
demand be created which will amply
repay your lii stoutlay of cash and sub
sequent trouble and expense. If you
had bred nothing but imiongrols, there
would bave beta little or no demand,
and then merely a market prices, At
good trio of puze-bied fowls, of almost
any kind, can now be bought at fair
figures uirm reliable breeders, in most
beetions of the country.
DOUKSTIC&TING QUAIL.-That the
common wild quall of tie prairies can
be domesticated Is establiahred without
doubt. The writer of this hasseen sev
eral flocks of them, and accounts of
successf ul douestication has been pub
lished In pipers in varioita parts of thle
country during the past two or three
years. A writer iII a St. Louis paper
says: "I have frequently seen, from
time to timo in the past. forty yeara,
quails raised about farmers' houses,
and as tame cns pot chickens with which
they associated. Were It not that thle
wild quails, i the farm fields, entice
the tame ones away, there is no muore
difilculty ini laising these birds and in
keeping them f rom straying than there
Is in raising bantui chit kes. Although
never ittemnptiing to railiso (talls liomn
the eggs, I hare, myself, during the
several hard winters, sufliciently do
mcstleated the wild Ones by feediig
them, as to havo them Come at call lor
the loud I gave them daily, in order to
ave them Irom perishing, and ior
breeding thieri the following searon.
True, they bteamo shy again when I
quit m1iniistering to their Wants. But
tie ld inary urimeatiented lowIs do
this, and wi.en they are reared in the
lields and woods, away fromir tie haunts
of iiati.'' I have sue theu as wii as
qualls ever uccomte.
KEPINO M.aI.-Milk Will absorb
bad rdoxs from the air quicker than
almost any other liqul,therefore great
care shiouxld be take:i tixuit it is inot ex
posed to any condition where it, will
be liksely to be diauged in the way.
In rnanufacturi'g ertami Into butter,
great eio is iecessary as t he quali
ty of salt used, its great loss may be
entalled by tils alone. Th3e salt is a
very small item in itself, nevertheless
it lias .ot inainy dollars In the course
of a year Lhrough the damigo done by
the use of an hierior article. Always
use the best known b'-auds and keep a
close watch uponi theu at that. The
use of lirkiis, pails or tubs iiade of
any kind of wood that imparts an u
pleasanit fluvor lutist be irychded, as,
after packing,tbutter is very susceptible
in vouslig ini cotacSt wih any layors
of thIs kiud.
jil Dnhzm1o PixAIrnlE iIOL-lin untlilled
prarl sol hecorni extends It roots
until It trksthe wvater, a short, dis
p tlance under the surface ot thre ground.
When soil is tilled at it depth of thirty
six iniches, the roots of tihe growing
stalk extend by nurnterotus libres to the
new water level, thus drawving to the
plant the food founmi ini the rmuch grea
ter epth of earth. 'ITregrourrnd in the
untilled hand cakes and bakea mut a
in hetiledearth ia loose and porous.
Capillary atincteion in the latter in
stance supiplies moisture to the uipper
strata of ear .h.
LAstas shrouhi be separated fromi thre
damns and given a good pastuire by
themselves. If' early inambs are desired
for the spring market a Southrdownr
in size the Cotswolds are munch larger
than the Southdowvnn.
WnrEN one has warm apart inents In
wuhlih to keep iris flock, we thmink i. an
excllent p~lan to sihemr sheep sever'ai
weeks before turning themi out to pas1.
sure. Give it a trial.
Youica cows should not bo taugtht
h ~ to eat at mrilkin g time, as it will not
always be found convenient to supply
load, and they will be restless without
It when aeccustomed to it.
IIonRSs hate sollide, anid aro made
sayage by heing kept, alone.
Why theo Glowo-worms (flowo -The
claims to haxve discovered that t he glowy
of the glow-ni orm is a spontaneous rac
tion, and that. thme little insect hras the
sanmo object in glowing that somec Pa
rision ladties have in displaying certain
[ ribbon, streamers, which are very ap
propriately called "vuivezr moi." It has
long beenr known that thL emale glow
* worm alone undlerstandts tire art of
glowIng exceedlingly well, through the
male antd even thre larva possess5 some
of tis phrosphoreecence. Seine earlier
scientists exiaressed their belief that,
the glowing apparratus in tire female
served the puirpose of favoring tire
zruetitlcationr of tire eggs, in so far as
tihe unaie was attracte(1 from the dis
Lance by the phosphorescent light of
tire female. Bunt it, was loft to our pro
saic age to discover that tihe .lighrt was
prodtuced by anesent~ally oncanreours
acion. The above nam ed 1' renchr na
turalt mrad~e ain laucisin in tire head
oft Lire female glow-wormr (evidently
supposing that in this anhural, ailso, the
rgan of will is in thre head), and the
phoshorscet light at once ceased,
bt it returned--and this is the most
Important lact of tire experimrent
every time that tire actioni o1 the brain
or of thre central nervous orgain was
* Irritated by artillelal means, such as
As oils and fats exert a very dcstrtte
tive action up~on intlIa rurbbe:, the
following reconmmendations by Mr.
ang il-esttin prpor~ie inthe case
of vulcanized eaourthouc may prove
useful: 1. Tire uise of a high qutallty
oi rubber. 2. Thorough curing. 8. The
asence of f ree suiphtur in tire finished
article. 4. The presence of such pig
mnuts as lithargo, red lead or white
lead. 5. Thre incorporation of a trace
of glycerine with tire materials. (S.
Curin g in a glycerine bath placed in
a&n rdinary stam vuslannienr.
IT was a little evening gathering.
She was a delicate daisy of about forty
summers and as many hard winters.
They were eating fruit and she remark
ed, as she delloately pared a peach:
"The skin of a peaoh always sets my
teeth on edge." Her little nephew
who Is sharp-eared and sharp-eyed,
said, "Well, aunLIe, why don't you
take your teeth out and lay them on
the window sill, like you did this
morning?" Her appetite for fruit
vanished. The boy will sit sideways
on the bench when he goes to school
A NEW nights ago the girls in an In
diana college got up a kicking match,
for the championship the one that
klekeU the highest to be awarded tile
belt. One of theu tried to kick with
both feet at once, and he sat down on
her spinal column so itallcally that. she
was seriously injured. A college girl
shouldn't kick at the celling with botl,
feet at once unless there is a young
nan standing netir to catch tier in case
of a fall- and then it would be adlvis
able to llrat dress like a female trapeze
A YOUNG minster and his wife visit
ed the congregation where his father
was previously the pastor. He preacl
ed on the Sabbath, and after service,
one of the Venerable elders speaking
with the young minister's wilo, said:
"Your husbaind preached from the
sa1me text that llls father had thie last
time lie was In that pulpit."'
"Indeed,' replied tile lady, "I hope
it was not the aunie sermion, too.''
'Oh, io,"l sad the elder, "his father
was a dreadful stnart uin."'
i9 was not much up to. Galvestonl
tricks, but when a man with erape on
his hat showed him a massive gold ring
telling him that Ie( had Just found it,
the young m1an11 didn't believe it. lie
said: "I believe you stole that vain
able ring." "No, 8ir; indeed I didn't.'
You may have it for $2, as I have to
leavo town." H-e paid $2, but when
lie took It to the Jeweller, and the Jew
eller told himi thoretail price per dozen
of tilat style oi' rIng was 35 cents, lie
burst into tears and said, "I did that
man an Injustie. 110 never stole it.
110 was honest af ter all.
A mleaTu'r looking man with a
doul ble-barreled shot gun caine weartl
up Wood ward aventue. " Well, Jones.7'
saidh a friend. "Just in froni the flatsy'
"Yes," Said Jones, droppting that butt.
of his gun heavily Oii the pavement,
"['mI lII from the lints. six Of us have
been sitting in the rail lu a wet boat.
for two days looking for ducks. 1Not
seeng any sport Ia this I left. The
other live are there yet, and I am of
youri' opimion that they're flats. Yes,
sir," shouldering the shot, gun again
I'in just in from the flats.''
A sCeINTIJIC.11 irnl explains, in a
long artie, "'low thunder storms
"com1e up." We haven't read the arti
ole, but we know how they comoie UP.
They wait iiuntil the Sunstay school ple
tile reaches the grove,-and gets fairly
to business at copenhagen, swinging,
Iirtatlon, 0.oqiet and other Ia
nocent gaines, aInd they como up like
tlnder and lightning. It takes the
average thunder storm not more thiaii
ten miniutes to conic ip in the neigh
borhood o1 a plo-nlc.
A FARMER oilnplainS that it cost hint
tweMiy-live dollars to raiso a pig
weighing one hundied and forty
pouncis. That was pretty steep. A
iianl raised a pig weighing one hun
dired and fort~y pounds, in a street car,
the otheor Vhry, anid It only coqi him tive
dollars and cos.s. The pig was :mk
Ing and swearing in the presenico ot
ladies, aiid the man raIsed him with
lis boot oll' the car into the street. Thei~
imgistrate said he raised himn as little
teo empilhaitically. Theli pig landed on
A LADY with a ita squintevame onice
to a fashionable am tist, for lier' portrait.
ieo looked at her and shie locked at,
him, andh both weire emubarrassed. lHe
sp~oke 1irat: "Woul your ladyship
perit, met,'' lie sid, "'to take tile pro
ile ? TheIire IS ia cerin iShyniess about.
y'outr ladyship's eye which is as (lilli
cul6 in art as it is faseinating in nta
A Yva~uto inman who hia.iIinherited the
(liy lielore a large fortuno frionm lis
uncile gave a dI innor to ai few friends.
Ile inquired at the restaurant 11f they
had some old cheese. "Yes,'' reied~u
the waiter, "ls it stroig:"' "Strionmg
enough to brIng the (lead to life.'' '"
don't wanit, It,'' replIied the heir.
TnR little boys, on a Sabbath (lay,
werei stopped on the Street by an celder
ly gent leauan, who, perceivimg that
they had bats and balls with thenm,ask
ed1 one of the inusmber this quest Ion:
"Bohy,eani y ou tell ime wlhdre at nugh
ty boys go 1o who play ball on Sunii
day i" "Over back of .Johnson's danm !"'
ihe youingster' repiledl.
.A YouxNo girl while attending Sab
bath school saw a picture of' Cain and
A bel in the lesson book. She looked
at the teacher and saidl: "'--; man
dleadl." Well, Stella,"'saiid thme Nachecr,
''what killed hIm ?" ''Don't know,'"
said the bright young lady ; ''run over
by tile cars, I suilp)os."
Ors Mir. (Coupons listened to a sr
mon oL' charity inst, Suinday and wvas
so mnovedI that when lie catme otut he
balid : "I never was so st~lrred upi about
charIt-y in all my life. I'll be blamed
If I doin't"--"Give tIVO dlollars to the
ipoor ?" "Not exactly ; I mean i feel
like I want lo go out begging, such aii
effeet did( that sermon have on ime.''
THE only hope of bald heads-Car
boline, a dheodorizedh extract of pectro
leumn. Every oliJection removed by the
recent improvement. It, Is now fault
less. Th'le only reasl natural hair re
storer ever prodluced(.
Twio itiySrANs were standing at the
Falrmoun t water wvorks in Pshldl
phia, P'a., wastchinig the big whieels
sphaslhing thle wvater in every direction,
when one of them remarked. "Mike
isin't, this a qure country, where they
have to grlndh their wvater before they
cans use it7"
,"ITr isn't loud p~rayig that counts
ith the Lor'l so mucth as giviur four
quartlts for every gullon,sixteen eunces
10- a pound, and thirty-sIx inchtes to
tihe yardh," said an Arkansas cIrouit
Tuz othier day, while at dinner Miss
Mary Anderson was asked by the
walter, "Soup?" ".No, Sir I" she re
phled, indignantly, "I am the leading
actress of the age."
Wit have known some extreme cases
of headhachie cured in half ans hour by
taking a teaspoonful of ihnely--pow
dered charcoal in haif a tumbler o1
water. It is an Innocent yet po0we
A BA1.IioRE man was severely bit
ten by a a mule i~he other day, which
la a svre sign that the mule had rheum
atiam 1in his hind icra
Drmana.-No. 1.-Oyster soup,bak
ed white-fish, fish sauce; boiled beef
tongue, baked chicken, baked Irish
potatoes, hot slaw, tomatoes, celery,
catsups, pickles, cranberry ple, queen's
pudding, fruit coffee.
No. 2. Beef soup,lobater orequettes,
broiled chicken, sweet potatoes, baked
beans, stowed tomatoes, caulildower,
lemon pudding, apple-jelly. tea or
Nc. 3. Dean soup, veal outletu,fried
parsnips, sausage and cabbage, celery
salad, apile meringue, whipped cream,
No. 4. Raw oysters, chicken and
Cleati soup, roast turkey, cranberry
sauce, baked sweet potatoes, celery
salad, baked tomatoes, pickled tongue.
hot slaw, minceple, nuts and raisins,
cream and cake, Vienna coifoe.
No. 5. Noodle soup, roast pork, po
tato balls, fried sweet potatoes, oream.
ed peas, applo sauco, celery, Indian
meal puaddlug, apple pie, ten or coffee.
Xo. U. Tomato soup, baked hall
but, roast of veal, roast potatoes, suc
coto-A, squash, boiled onions, fried
hominy, bread and raisin pudding,
blied oiestnut', apples, coffee.
RKLzaEF FO1 BURNo FCET.-To re
lieve burning feet first discard tight
boots. Take one plnt of bran and one
ounce of bicarbonate of soda, put in a
foot-bath, add one gallon of hot water;
when cool enough soak your feet in
this mixturo for tilfteen minutes, The
relief Is instantaneous. This must be
repeated every night for a week, or
perhaps more. Then bran and blar
bonate should be made fresh after a
week's uso. BIcarbonate of soda can
be bought for a sial I price per pound
from wholesale druggists. The burn
lig sensation Is produced by tho pores
of the skini being closed, so that the
feet (to not perspIre.
How TO CLEAN rum FLoon.-If you
havO a painted floor keep soap and soap
suds off of It, for it sp'oll the bright
ness of the paint, makes it soft, and
then it peals off, leaving the floor look
Ing worse than if it had not been
vainted, Just take clean,
hot waiter, put a toaspoonful of spirits
o0 amlonia into a three-gallon pall of
water, stir it, and with a clean, long
handle mop,rub the floor all over,thon
wipo it off with clean water. It takes
a little while to got tile gray out of the
boards, but it will come out after a
time, and you will find It far easir to
keep your floor white un(l nice than it
was whon cleansed with soap suds.
The uroatons miessing.
A simple, pure, harmless remedy,
thbut eures every time, and provents
disease by keeping the blood pure,
stomach regular, kidneys and liver ac
tive, Is the greatest blessing ever cona
ferred upon maat. 110p Bitters Is that
remedy, and its proprietors ire being
blessed by thousands who have been
saved and cured by it. Will you try
it? 1eo another column.-Eugo.
A SUuscuiEnit sends us the followim
reelpe for seasonhihg sausage. He says
he has used ir tantiy years and several
of his neighbors have tried it,nll highly
recommending It. It Is this: To 100
roids of chopped meat season with
2,% pounds of a lt, 3 pound of -black
pupper, 1 oz. cayenne popper, 2 oza. of
gi ound mustartl and 8 oss. of sugar.
Those who like the A ivor of herbs can
adtt to their iking; those who do not.
can ldispenso with them. bausago lav
oro.. ans above and slightly smoked wvill
keep until late In the following winter.
Is' you wish to keep straw matting
bright, you must wash Ir, twioe during
the suimmer with salt and water, say
about a pint or salt dissolved in a pall
ful of warm, not L water, drying the
matting quickly wilth a soft cloth. The
salt, wvill p~revent it from turning yel
1ow. A fter oil clothes are scrubbed and
dried, they should be rubbed all over
with a cloth dippei)d in milk. .Those
who have not tried this Diln have no
iden how brightly the colors wvill come
IloUsmxxcarans wviil find the follow
ing recip jl or cleaning paiat useful:
TIo a pound of' soap and a hailt a p)ound
of pulverizedi pumice stone audd an
equali quantity of pcarlash, aand mix
with hot water iuto a tian paate. WIth
an ordienry paint brush lay on this
mixture over the paint which requlr.es
oleaning, and Inn five minutes wash it,
ofi with boiling waiter.
A DEIxcloUs breakfast cake may be
miade by taking enou . hi bread sponge
to aako, when risen and baked, a cake
about two inches thick ; knead into it a
uiece of but ter asbout the siza of haif
an egg ; after It is In the tin put on the
top little lumps of butter and then
cover it with flne white sugar and
ground einnamon; when baked there
wil be a sort of crust over the cake.
T1hls ila very nice with coffee.
VaoErUNn.-This preparation is sel
entificailly and chemicalhly combined,
anmu so strongly concentrated from roots,
herbs and barks, that its good ell'ects
are reaillzed immneduately after comn
meoncing to takie it.
LJNSEnD TEA.-Boii gently for twvo
hours two ouances of linseed in ;a pint
anud a half of water, with a little lemioin
peel shred finely and an ounce of bar
ley sugas. S.ranin alid .dd eaough lemon
juice to make it agreeable. Tlhis is
useful for a cough aund shouldl be taken
wvarm. Spanish Iiquorice maay,if liked,
be boiled wvith thme tunseed.
SAUCH Fon ROAsT BEEF. - Grate
horse-randish on a grater unto a basin,
add two tablespoonafuis of cream, wIth
a little mustard and salt, mix well to
gethaer, adld four tablespoonfuls of the
best vInegar, an~d mix the whole the
RoIa~rxo water will remove tea staIns
and nomny fruit stains; pouir the water
througha the ntain, and tnus prevent it
from spreadmng over the fabric.
LAIE8 nakinug collectlons of business
cards, semnd to Uaagini & Co., Flhila.,
Pa., for a set of seven caurds in six col
era and gold, illustrauting Shakespeare's
" Seven Ages of' Main." Sent gratis to
users of Dobbinms' Electric Soap.
CUAnciCOL. laid flit while cold on a
burn, causell the p)ain to abate imme
dIately ; by leaving it on for aun ho ur
the burn seems almost healed when
the burn is superficial.
A TEA5I'ooNFUL of turpentine boiled
with white clothes will aid the whiten
Tn. cold, driving, easterly rain
atorms of this season rarely fail to
afficot nearly everybody with Colds.
Use Dr. Uull's Cough Syrup, the surest
and safest Cough Remedy made. Frie
vivo EUgines Maa5ufg Te.
As the remen belonging to Enagine
4.ompany No. 29 were returning from
a fire in Warren street last evening,
they saw imoke issuing from the grat
ing over the sidewalk in front of 201
Fulton. steet, occupied by the Wells
Tea C60ipiny. An alarm %ras.sou,ide4d
and the ergine had steam up again in
a few minutes. Five more engines
came. At first It looked as though it
would be i very easy matter to extn
guish the tire, but the smoke was so
dense that entering the place to direct
the streams was out of the question.
Poles wer) therefore attached to the
nozzles, Ohioh were then pushed 'in
through the basement windows. It
took two lours of steady, hard work to
thoroughly extinguish the fire. The
damage was estimated at from $20,000 to
$20,000, and the amount of tea made by
the streams of water playing for so
long on the blazing tea-ohests was. es
timated at a million gallons.
--Talon from N. Y. Sun, Dec. 8, 180.
The stock was a very large one, and
rich in variety. It Included not only
all the various grades of Tea from Chi
na and Japan which are well known,
such as Japan, Uncolored Japan Bas
ket Fired Japan, Natural Leaf Japan,
Japan Tea IJust, Gunpowder, Imperial
IHyson, Young Hyson and Twanky,
but these old-fashioned "Old Country"
Teas, such as Congou, Soueihong, bcen
ced Orange Pekoe, eonted Caper, and
the various grades from India, luolud
lug the far-famed Assam.
in all cases there were from five to
ten grades of each kind to suIt not only
the East acid West, but all the various
tastes of the cosmopolitan population
of our "whole country" and the Cana
The Wells Tea Company are an off
shoot of the original Amnor""u Tea
Company, of winch Robert Weils is
President. They were estabilshed about
six years ago, .and have large resour
ces. The lire has not caused an hour's
delay in the execution of any orders.
in a few days the old warehouse will
be in its acocustomod shape; no incon
venience will be ocoasioned in the
meantime to their large list of custom
ers, their adjoining building affording
all the facilites required.
Tike King of snwokers.
A year or two ago there died in Rot
terdam a certain Mynheer Van Kiaes,
to whom is ,oertaluly due the title of
"The King of Smokers," To gain this
distinction In the great nation of puff
ors must require almost superhuman
powers and a love for the Indian weed
that passes understanding. But Yan
Klacs was over superior to the emer
genoy. I.t took po flffort on his part to
gain the smoky crown and wear it
while.ho lived. He did not even die
young, as we might have anticipated
from his immoderate use of the weed,
but both enjoyed life and smoking
until ie had passed his eighty-first
During the long vista of smoky years
in which he reveled in his pipe, Van
Klaes consumed fonr tons or tobacco,
well wetted down by 600,000 quarts of
ale which he drank, not to meLtion
Schiledam schnapps and other national
In Mynheer's house was a sumptu
ous apartmenc, entirely dev*oted to
pipes and tobacco. Every variety of
the fragrant weed grown on the earth's
surface was to be found there, in the
piug, can up or sureadeu. cigars, ci*
garettes and cigarillas were grouped
about in tasteful display. But, above
all, Myinheer's pipes first riveted the
visitor's eye. Ini this chroice collection
every branch or variety of the pipe
familly' -bad its representatIve; one
could trace the whole evolution of the
race, from the clumsy bowl and thick
stem of Slr Walter Raleigh's clay to
the lovely-carved meerschaum from
In this temple of tobacco the veteran
would sit puffiug prodiglous volumes
of smokes from hris well-diled jipe,
only pausing now and then to wet his
thirsty lips wIth a dricuk of ale. It Is
said that iris last reflecting breath was
borne from his lifeless body on a cloud
of fragranrt smoke.
A few hours before his death, Van
Klacs called for a notary to make his
ill. Puffiug vigorously, and after
taking a puffat his Schrredam, Myr heer
gave precise dlirections for tire pernor
mance of iris obsequmes. In tire first
place, Iris cofil was to be thoroughly
lined( withr the tops, bottoms and sides5
of boxes that had contained iris favor
ite cigars; thenr a bladder of the finest
dry-cut Dutch golden leaf was to be
placed at his feet. Most Important of
all, his favorite pipe must be laid by
his side. A firm convictIon that his
sotul was not going to dwell In these
latitudes wirere lire is always sure to be
close at hand caused Mynhecer to direct
iris executor to place a box of matches
by iris side, and with great foresight
ihe also decsiredl that a fint and Etool
should be added, as by some in foreseen
occurencos th e matches mighrt dhampen
before they would be wanted.
Ihaving thus attended to his personal
wants inr the niext world, Van Kiaes
desired that tire smokers in the ne 1gh
borhnood should be invited to his funeral,
each one to be presented withr ten
pounds of tobacco and two pipes
stamipedl with tire name and arms of
Van Kiacs, together wIth the date of
the donor's demise. These guests were
to be admoniahed to keep their pipes
lighted during ,ervrce, and to scatter
ashes onr tire coflin as it was being con
signed to mother earth.
Tire poor of tire vicinity, who ob
served those instructions fai thfunlly,
were to be presented en the anrniver
sary of Mynhreeu's death withr ton
pounds of tobacco and a firkin of ale
apiece. After these items were arrang
ed to ihis liking, Mynhoer smoked his
last breathn~eonstant to the last,and cer
tainly deservIng to be immortalized
as tire "greatest smoker since the
Given up by Doetors.
"Is It possible thaut Mr. Godfrey is up
and at work, andi cured by so simple a
"I assure yotu it Is truie that he Is en
tirely cured, and with nothing but
1101) iltters; and only ten days ago
ihis doctors gave him up and said he
must die. I"
"Woli-a-day I That is remarkable!
I will go this (lay and get some for any
poor George-I know hops are good.
Tux RoAID TO H3ALTB,.-Cleanse the
stomach, bowels and blood from all
acrid and corrupt accumulations, and
you remo've the cause of most diseases
and thus preserve good health and
also save large doctor's bills. The most
effectual and reliable remedy for this
purpose Is Simmons' Liver Regulator.
Read what a physican of twenty years'
"Your medicine is steadily gaining
popularity, and is one ot the Indispen
sables In every family that has given
it a trial. olo other remedy within
my knowledge can fill Ite place. I have
been practicing medicine for twenty
years and have never been able to put
up a vegetable compound that would
like the Liver Regulator, promptly and
effeotly move the liver to action and at
the samne time aid (instead of weaken
iug) the digestive and assImilative
powers of tle system.
"LK. HINTON, X. D,,
A Benefactor of Mankind.
P. Magnus U. Mayr. u. . I, Cath. priest,
New Trier, Dacota Oo., Minn., writos to P.
Noustaedter & Co., solo manufacturers of
Anakesis, Dr. Bilabee's IaFA.LiaLr Cuos Yon
PILas: I used only four of the Anakesas
beans; the hret two without observation of the
prescript, therefore without suoceesi My case
was very diffloult, lasting many years. I wrote
for other medisments to support the liret
doses; meanwhile I took the second and third
globulus according to ordinance, and since
four weeks and two days after using the mots
toned pills, I am oured. Dr. Silebso is really
a benefactor of mankind. I suppose I will
have no need of the second box and even not
of the first onel I am cured, but I will keep it
for my follow-oltizons suffering under like
pain, and send hereby the two dollars, an un
speakable small amount for so groat a beneilt.
Thanks be to God.
Atespootfully, your obedient servant,
P. MAoNUs M. BLAya, 0. 8. IL, Cath. priest.
Samples of Anakesis, the Great External
Pile R1emedy, are mailed free to all sufferers
on application to P. Neustaodter & Co., Box
3946, ow York.
Ills LamSt Dose.
Bald a sufferer from kidney trouble, when
asked to try Kidney-Wort for a remedy: " I'll
try it, but it will be my last dqse." It oured
him, and now he recommends it to all. If you
havo disordered urine do not fal to try it.
For Bilon, Remittent and Intermittent
1PXE7 V En, lu
Or what is mkore commonly termed Fever and
Ague, with pain in the loins and through the
back, and indesoribable chilly sensation down
the spine. an irrestatiblo dlsposition to yawn,
paln in the eyo., which is increased by moving
th*m. a blue tinge in the skin, and grat list
leassness and debtily, Vegotine Is a safe and
positive reanedy. It is compounded ex
elusively from the juices of carefully selected
barks and herbs. and so strongly concentrated
that It is one of the greatest cleansers of
the bleed that is or can be put togothor,
Vogetino does not stop with breaking Chills
and Fever, but it extends its wonderful infiu
once Into overy part of the human sy.temn, ind
entirely eradicaton overy tait of disoase. Veg.
Otltne does not act as a powerful cathartic, or
debilitate the bowels and cause the pati-nt IC
di ead other serious complaints whici must in
evitably follow ; I ut it strikes at the root of
disease by purifyinwc the blood, restoreE
the Liver and Kidnoys to heall hy action, reg.
nlates the bowels, and assists nature in
ortorming all the duties that devolve upor
Thousands of invalids are suff ring to day
fron the effectsof powerful purgative nostrums
frighttuL quantities or qainine and poison doses
of arsenic, neither of which ever have, or ever
could reach the true cause of their complaint
Works in the human system In perfect har
mony with nature's laws, and while It Is pleae
ant to tho baste, genial to the stomacta, ant
mnd in tro iaaunoo ou tho bowote, it is abso
lute in Its action on dIsease. ant Is not a vlle
nauseous Iitetrs, purging lnvalids into faist
hope th e t they are being cured. Vege tine Is
purely Vegetable Medicine, comipoundet
upon sc:en'nlej princoples. It is indorsed b)
the best, physicians where itsi virtues have beer
te sted, is ri commended only where anedi.
eine is needed, and Is not a mixture e
cheap whiskey sold undter the cloak oi Bitters
Vegetine Is a great panacea for our aget
rathers and mothers, for 10 gives them strength
quIets their nerves, and gives them nature'
B1. B. STEVENS, Boslon, RMass.
Vogetine is Sold by all Druggists
Thera Is no civilKod nation In the Westerri
:luisphere in which the utthtiy or Hius ol~tar's
iromach iliters i.s a totlcorrectivo, anei anti
oillous medicine, Is not known and appreciatied
.Vhiie it is a medIcIne for all seasons andi al
nilmates, ,rt is espeolal-y suited to the conm
plainte generato by the weather, beIng thi
purest and best vegetable stimulant In tm
Por sale by Druggists and Dealers, to when
ipply for i.ostetter's Almanac for 1881.
$17.60 ^DE~ndoaeni,,C ;*.m
RosSA edite "United Irishman,"~ N, Y. %' year 61
ONEfo'i.' irgPionen, b.,'a ':10c
These answering an advertisemnent wil
confer a favor upon the advertiser Itnd tht
publisher by statig that they saw thme adver
tsementito thimi ostraat (naming the paper
1~11D t~f gente Wanted everywhere t.
relllto families, hotel. an
larg cosomes ;largest stocl
In theouniry ; guality and ternus the beet. (Jonntri
storekeepers aboul locall or write T ill W EL LS T EA
(OX rANY,20l Folions t., N.Y. P.O. Boex450.,
e On Rome
2ha$ Ast l$ot T"a$ on
e Uver, The Bowes and Thi K
Why Ar eSickT
eleto 8 disase
me logedor 8-1pd. an wv
0r 0iwopV 6
Dhi onue FileecoustipatIO, Kids$
c mplasto mad la se ea
nesses and No on q Disorders.
oems'ng jress atdox Am est anh
ngA~rnowertej ilo Ow~~ae.
Wh urei i uains an aehes 1
Whyfr~hte. I overdisor $rod 9 du'els
W 0 euu nervous or sick headaehesl
bhy have sleepless Rights I
0e KIDNEY WORT' and r#o"oe in
A#aA. is a dry,wgetable oompound and
One aekeswm akesix ft. Medteae.
Get f your t As will order it
(A 0ediine, not a Drink.)
MOPS, BUCl;U, DIANDRAKs
AMD TUN PuRIVI' Aim B199r U311310"QU.&U.
ATIBe OF ALl 02T5Un lrras.
A IDiieagesofti th~onach. Bowqls. lplood,
iVor.111dna .QnI IUMflry Organse. Nr.
vousnss.7ee lussueseand espeelally
$1000 IN COLD.
Will be paid for a case they Will not cm.e or
belp or for aiytbtnr b ur r injurious
Ask your druggist for "Op Bitters and try
tliso before you sleep. Take no other.
D t. 0. is an absolute and Irresistiblecur* for
Drunkounoas. urse of opium, Lobanes, an
SEND FoR CIUQOULA.&U
All above sold bydnapgIT m
Iiop Bitter$ M119. CO.. Itochestor, N. .,& Torontn, Ot.
bleat acooptable gift to players or singer
tviUl be the following elegantly bound books.
Any one maled, post-free, for the prioe hert
Robert Frans's Song Albuos.
Gems of English song.
Ronto Circle. ' hree volumos.
World of "1n1g.
Piano at lone. 4-hand oollection.
Shower of Fearl. Yoeai Duets.
Urense do Ia Orens. 2 vols.
Gems o'f Straus.
Gems of the Dane*.
cluster of Gems.
Each of the above in Oloth, $1.601 fine Glit. $
Student's Life in Song. $1.60.
Curiosities of Musie. $1.A0.
Beetho ven. A. Romance by Itau. S.50.
Rlymes& Tunes. Christmas Off'g. $1.0,
bullivan's Vocal Album. $1.50.
Fairy Fingers. For Piano. $1.0.
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AGENTS WAN TED for the Hlindiomaet and
CH EAPEST BIBL ES Me'r-urn.d Agrn.
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W eighs acuratelranpeto 28 bs. It
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Bealea weighing 26 lbs. coat #8.00,A
JIRGULAR BOOM FOR AGENTS.
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FUNNIEST of ALL.
"My Way ward Pardner."
It, but eonal r (Jirelir at one and seure terr.
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1t pays Agents to Roll the. Stardn Agricultural Bookj
Farming for Profit
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TEL LN HOW To el .*" , 3
Make Money ei U o r;; As;;s.-bsse
1 A YEAR nd expense nte
.0O ViCKERtY. Augusta Me.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER,
POB TH OURtE OF = 070NJ exiusa
aioBOULA Olt SYPI L TIO, Is"DL
TARY OR CONTAGIOU8,
B. . .sat.. . In T.. Lun.s. .OmAeha
or nones, Flesh o Neres,
00ItRUPTIRG THE SO AND VIATING
Ohronic Rheumatism, Sorofuls, Glandular
SwoiigUakn Drvuuga 14ancerou BAf:
ions, zp1iU'.t 0omplalt Bleedl the
Lu epoa Watldrlg i ro JW9loresv
Whil IIIgs. Tumore, 100 , Skl ad Hj
DiseOs, Mercurial Diseases, Female Coid.
laint,(out., Drop y, alt. Ihetiuf, Bronohits,
Uver Complaint, &c.
Not oNly 4-0e the ft parillian Resolveut
rfulous. Constit tional and Skin Diseasse,
ait 1s the only poal~ve Giur. for
EIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
urinary and Womb Distases, GraveL Diabetes
e Albuminuria, and In &ll
ees where there ae briolt-dut depwit 0o
g water Is thick. cloudy, mized with sub.
stances like the white of ' e v o th II(*
White sik, or there to it mori, odark,'l bilous,
an Tad white bonedst deposits, and
hen there Is a prickng burata sensation
we to ratimes a u n te All of
th naonj a 1 ins, Sold byDrug
Rit. .R.10 R.
OVAIIIA TUON TEN YEARS' GROWTH
RB ADWAT'S UMEDIOL
conan moe o~nu RIf tact Z* " 0M
@nbTt ns than Ray Other ireD atrn
04"00 I Teasponld~oee, while o0'u re
CUES AND PREVENTS
FEVER AND' AGUE,
Loosees, Dia rhcs)i Cholera Alarbus, or Pain.
Cut discharges fromn the bowol &e stopped In
to or 20 minutes by taki 's eady Ro.
iel'. No congestion or in0 U mntn oWeak-.
uess or laazitude wLI follow the use of the It. IL
IT WAS TUE FIRST AND IS
The Only Pain Remedy
that instantly stops the most excruciating
ains, alla I nflamator, a, and cures Con es
rloa', whether of the Lunge, Stomiach uiowola
or other glands or organs, by one appiication,
In fromn one to tweinty minute,, no mat.
ter how violent, or excruoiating the pio te
Rheumtic. Bed-rdden, Infirin. rig ,er.
ous. Neurage or rostrated wit Iseso may
sut. A 'lip IHADY ItiIuaILLwi afford
Inlammation of the Kidneys,
AIatinvotin of the Bladder,
Inuflmumation of the Bowel..
CONIKeStIon of the ]Lungs,
Sore Throat, biflcult Breathing ,
Peotpttastton of the SteamS.
Rysterics, Creoup, Dipiathemi.
KeadaChe. Toothach , n
Neuralgia, allenna lpales. s ,
Cold Chills, Atru. Chills,
Chilblains and Frost Bites.
The app iation of thie Ready Relief to the par&
ar patsIVhero the pain Or difficulty exists wall
iord ease anti coan ort,
Thiirty to gixigy drops In a half tumbler of
ipralas. Sur Stom~ach, Ieartburn, o1krHd
wche, Diarrhwa Dysentery, 001ic, Wnd in the
Vowels and alt. internal pains.
Was Ray Ite lef with them. A fwdropsI
cange or wn or. It Is kneter than iroch
lidy or Bttirs as a htimalant. Price Fifty
Radways Regulating Pills.
and Natural in their OperaUoa,
a YEGETA*BLE SURMTITUTBE10R OAIWEEL,
Perfectly tasteless, elegantl coated with
weet gm, purge, regulate, purf, cleanse and
RanwaT's fis or ths cure of all Disorders
of thq ?tomach i ver, Bowels Kidnes Blad.
der, erou Weases. Head ohie, 00 liaton,
nesFr nfiatanl of the owe. ies
and alderangemonr.. of the Internal Viscera.
Ye etbreuscontaining no hercury, minerals 0'
iob er e t e Illowin a p on!t
pation, Jnward Piles, Fulness of he Blood in
born Disgut of ooh St'uem or e igh ar
the Stomamdh, Bour Eructations, Binking or Fiut
tering at the Heart, Choking or Suffering Bon.
Viin ote or Webe leoro te Bigt Fever a-d
Dull pa in the Head, Defleieno.1 of Pers ira,
tion Yellowness or the Skin and Eyes, Pa in
Meat, Burning ini thae li?4 udeFushso
A few doses of RAnway's Prras will free the
system fromn all the above-named disorddrs.
Priee, 35 Cents per Box.
We repeat that the reader must consult out
boknd paprse th subet of die as and
"Value and True ,"
"Rtadnay on Isvitubte Urethra.'s
Rladway on Borotful,**
an odhers relating to~liferent classes of Dim
UOLD BY DRIUGGISTSr
RUAD "WALUN AND TRURL"
n a toWRA a 00.
to afortnat10n Worth thousands Will be sea
TO THE PUBLIO,
of ni~ ADWAY' 014 estlishe It Iti.lm
Diwa than the base and wor te.s imdtotion~ o
thma there are False Iesolventig Rlie f
sathat the Sane "adak is or R n~y
712 Markt Stroo. Phi t.,
an ~oftand apr.w wh~~ nios