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TJItROULEsOUs INSECT.--These may
infest your plants, and if allowed to
remain do much damagce. Green fly
not always green, but varying fron
yellow to green according to what It
eats-is the commoneat pest and the
easiest to get rid of. You may bruise
them to death between your flngqrs
with a spon e or brush; but if you
merely rub them off. they fall down
only to jump up again.. Better take
your plants ott to the kitchen or wood
tshed, and there wash olr al vermin.
'ihis you con do with clean water. In
green-bouset, fumigating with tobacco
smoke and dipping the crops never the
roots of plants in ti bacco water are
the 'wa- s eml'lbyed to destroy green
fly. Red toider Iv a. minut inseet, ex
ceeditigly destructive and hard to era
dicate. it appear. like brown, red or
yellow particles of dust, usually on the
under side of the leaves. Its presence
Is observeaible by the seared sickly,
yetlowlsh look of the leaves. Prequent
and thorough -washings with water
will remove it.
kcalt 9 Iintest le avies and stems, and
bemetime a stick close to the bark as to
appear btieath it. They. must be
washed, rubbed or scraped ofi. Mealy
buys are covered with a white powder
and )odge on the under sides of leaves,
at isaf and branch joints, In wounde,
or any where where there is a raggeu
place, and have good choice for flower
clusters. They ndy be wiped or brush
edoft, anu, If in holes or crevices,
bruised to death by a pointed sti-k.
brlp Is a niuible black insect, exceed
ingly pernicious, and very fond of
ferns, azaleas, lilies of any sort, call
as and the lke. Their work is discer
nible in i usty brownish or yellowish
blotches and tracings on the leavtis,
which they ver y soon oestroy. The
old or black oes ,Pre hatd to kill. They
should. be bi uist d to aeath by the fin
g(ra. The young or yellowish oibs
should be bruitea by sponging. Better
take the infested plants outside, wipe
ofthe vermanm with a sponge, shower
wish clean water afterwards, and then
rr turn the plants to the window. Ii
greenhouses thrips are killed by tobac
FLOWER GARDEN AND LAWN.-The
planning for the planting of ornanen
tal trees should have been done before
the time for setting them. Evergroens
may be left until later, and will need
more care; their roots should never be
allowed to become dry. The lawn will
need a dressing of some kind; ashes,
guano, or soie' fer tilizer iay be ap
,lied; ue manure only when it is line
and thom oughiy rotted, with no woed
steds alive In it. For new lawns upon
a heavy Poil,sow Kentucky Blue Grass;
on light sandy soil, red top with white
clover, is best; all tle way from three
to six wtiuhels to the acre are advised.
ow 41a1 thle seed In one direction and
cwoss--ow with the other half. Thib
work should be done as soon a3 the
land has been put in the proper coii
dition. Where sodding is to be doise
11rst thoroughly euilch the soil, miake
the kurlace eveni, and to pirwss thu
sods down firrily usea board and heavy
pounder. 11 the i alks and drives neue
repairs, attend to them when the
gilound ha, settled. Beds of bulbs may
be uncovered as soon as tUe irosty
nights ame over. 11 beds oi flowers aru
to be plauted the designs should be
inade, and '.boir location In the giour ds,
anti other (wetails dec.ded upon before
TBB question is ralsed whother it is
right to color butter artilieially. 8inee
the coloring o1 butter Is probably (due
to coloring matter In the food, as well
as to the pow or of the cow to refmove
a ~the same from tihe lood, the question
may be aeked whether these is any
more Wrong in putting the color Into
the butter than in supplying food to
the animal which will cause the cow
to gIve milk, the cream of which wilt
make yelaow butter. Al. all events, as
the Ocox ling is now made I romi harmi
ess &ubstunae s, and the colored butttr
is as pure au gotud as the uneluiet
(w hen piopex ly done), and as the peo
ple pzexsr the coloren butter, we think
the bencllt 01 the doubt belongs on thu
side 01 the timner.
Is telecting tomatoes for seed do
not be over anxious to obtain those
which r pen lirst, but select goedi
large, snIcoOLh ones, in fact the best
speimnens you can find upon the
Caaf (ron wast Jot in commercial use
before the year 1700, when Abraham
Darby, an intelligent mehaie, who
had brought some Dutch workmn to
England., conceived the ideca that iron
might be substituted f or brass. This
his hworkmen did not succeed in ell'eot
ing,being probably toomuch prejudiced
4. ~in iavor ot the mne~al with whiich they
were best aicqutainted. A Welsh stncy
herd-boy named Johni TIhouians hiao,
some time previous to this, been re
ceived by A brahaul Darby into his
workshop on the recomnenditoon ofa
distant relative. While looking on dur
ing the experiments of' the Duttch
I~ *; Iworkmen, he said to A brahlam 1&atrby
thalt he thought iio saw where they had
missed it. H~e begged to be allowed to
try; so he and Abr-ahamu Darby re
mnalned alone In the wvorkshlop all ntight
struggling w iih the dcrae tory metal
and imperfeet nioulds. Trhe hours
passed on anid daylight appeared, but
neither would laehis task ; and just
as morning dawned they succet'ded in
casting aln iron pet complete. -The boy
entered into an agreemenlt wIth Abra
ham Darby to serve him and keep the
secret. Hie was iuticed by the oirer of
double wages to leave his nmaster, but
ho continued faithful, and Irom 1700 to0
1822 the famdly ofT Thomnas were conifl
dential and much-vained agents to the
descendants of A brahanm Dat by. For
A"more thaii One huniidred year~s alter the
night in whbIch Thomas and lia master
succeeded in making an iron casting
in a mould of line sand conitained in
frames and with air holes the same
p'rocess was practiced and1( kept secret
Satat Coxeblouk ale with plugged key-:
culurl oiety ol England M1r, Shiir
Iey ilibberd exhtbited a lot of hiome
grown water ciesses, which createdi
considerable interest among the mem-m
4. *bers. The display conisisteu of a ser ies
of pans lifteen In cheos in diamo:or, each
fillied with a luxurious growth oi the
tender cresses. Th'le exhibitor clains
that the pan culture of wvatereressts
umay be profitably pursued with tihe aId
of a frame or cool plant hiouse during
the severest winter weather. Thex
* creases shown were produced in the
4,, course of six weeks, and had been daily
gathered for theo table, thus showing
now rapidly and proliico they grow.
Acoordmar to the testimony oi Mir. IHib
berdh any one may supply hi;s table
* ~ n Ith this whaolesorne and delicious
salad any time 01 year without miuech
trouble or expense.
Presh charcoal has been found to ab
soib ninety times its volutme of am
RAo UARPET.-A lady of largo ex
nerience, In making these carpets,savs
lhqt her way of o6llecting materials
for them is as follo vs: When a gar.
ment Is lairl aside for good, my prae
tice Is to rip It to pieces, wash tho
roughly, ant out, sew, and wind It
Into't'alls. I have a tight barrel, with
a paper spread ever the bott'm, an(I a
sprinkling of fine tobacco soattered
over it. I put my bills in he barrel
and every asrng out the rags at my
leisure. The children can Few and
wind them just as well as any one. I
sprinklo fino tobacco over the ba'1a,
and tuck an olii sheet over thern, cov
er the hnrrel np tight, and It Is all
right till I get ready to add another
contribution. In tits way I get my
rags ready aid keep the hnso clear
from an accumulation of o1, dirty
garments that are a nuleance any way,
in making a carpet I all vw a pound
and a quarterof rags to 1111 a y ard of
cloth; for a room tLwenty-flve feet
equaro I calcu'ate to haVe about thirty
live or thiry-six pounds ot rags. If
there are any odds or ends )cft over,
they are woven into a rag, that van he
spread betore stoves or doors. I neptr
eapend time or k&or coloing rags. Tihe
last earpleo I made had rags e11oug1h
lor, seventy-olght yards, aud I never
felt the labor at all; it was done at
odd j ibs, and I was astonisheil to find
I had such a quantity finished. Al
low three knots and a hiaif of warp to
the yard. Tie labor of reelitig and
color tug the warps is thbe hardest part
of the work for me. I know ever so
many people who color and pass a
whole season over a carpet; but when
finlshed Itisonly aragcarpet. The pret.
tiest one I over saw wrs jist brown and
blue, narrow stripos of each and shad
ed From dark to hght; a little black
was wovei in to give the dark contrast.
One reason why we onjoy rag carpets
Is this: We are not afraid to use
them, and when one ii worn out we
can make another j ust as good. Sweep
Ing carpets wears tho:n out faster than
using them, by half. A stiff broom
should never be used on cat pets, tlok
ing up shreds and bits I8 the best way,
and brush the dust oil with a soft
(Freeport, (111.) Bulletin.)
There Is now a substance wlich is
both professwionallv ad popularly in.
dorsed and concernIng which,'Mr. J.
B. Fersehwellier, Buteville, Oregan,
writes: I hiave olten relld of1 the many
cures eflected by St. Jocab's Oil an'd
waIs persuaded to tr-y tie remidy lily
Bel'. I wits a sufferer from rheunia
tism and experienced great paIns, my
leg being Fo swollen that I could not
move it. I procured St. Jacob's 011,
used it freely and was cured.
A 1IT of alim kept near a wash ba
sIn or towel rack and frequently rub
bed over the face while yet damp,will
do inich toward removing tan and
preventing unsightly pimples. I have
never found anything better for can
kerous sores oil the lips and tongue.
Ifi mixed with vinegar and water, salt
and pepper, it will euro ordinary sore
throat; grated and surred lin molasses
it Is splendid for clou1). I haive known
cases of to thache, when all the comn
non pungent reniedies failed, to be
Instantly quieted by inserting tin the
cavity of tie tooth a bIt of molat cot
ft i sprinkled with eq-tal quanIties of
pulverized alum and salt.. Ready good
brcad can be made froin grown wheat
if on tablespoonful of butter
aro adcd to enoh .u din~ary alma~n liak
lng, and it is excellent ini cheap n11o
lasse's cookles 10 give the desired
crispness when lIttle butter Is usded.
A really good cement can1 be made by
meltling a bit of aluum and using urm
mledliately, but one must be quIel 0or
thle Value wviil be lost. A geutietnan
has just told meo how he so thoroughlv
dteadeiiced thle nerve o1 a decayIng toothl
Lihat It has nlot ached for' yeaz s, cy Ire
quently usling 1.dum1 that hais been
ut opped onl a hot ani,Iae anld loft until
It stopped "bulillng.'' A piccoU the
biae of a kernlel of' corn was not tall
used lor' one tooth. It s good lot
zi.rdeil ig cucum~tbers after bsing
tuaen lzron salt brine.
?EllPE'AUAL Payrg.-Dssolve a tol'i
Fl Ooniil ''I alumi lii a qluarl' of warm
water. Whien coldi stir' In as iuchi
liout'r as will give it, Lhe consistence o1
ttiick cretam, belaig p trticiular to beat,
up the Jumips ; stir In as mluchl piow
dartted restii as wvil1 lIe Oil aI hail-ditine
atnd thro ci alt1 a dez il cloves5 to
give it a pleasat odor'. H1ave oni the
tire a t.-a'up of boiling water inl a
suitable vessel, p)our tuil dor mixture
in to it, s~trring well all the timo. In
ai few' nmintts It will be ot the consist,
eonce of' purl idige. Pour it into ati
eartnonel or' chitta v'essol, let It cool ; lay
a cover on ; atd pt it cool p~iaco
When01 nleicult for use take out- a por -
11io, aind Mottn with wairtal water.
Paste thuis made Call be kept twelvo
mnonthls- 1t is better thant gum, as It
does nlot gloss thle paiper, andt earn be
(Louisville llome and Farmi.J
Frank 0. Hel'Irtu, 109., of tihe
Chtamplotn Silo Wor'ums 241 aml 252
Broadway, New Yor'k, reports tuhe use
of Mt. Jacob's Oil for a siliness and
sOr'eness of' tihe shloulder, withI most5
pleasant and eictaciousa effects.
BAKtED HIALIIUT, CIRHOLES S'TYIr.
Put a halibti stteak, wolhig aboutt a
pounld, lai the tm~iddle o1 a pan ;1 spin --
kie It wvith a plecel of gailli tile 'ize of'
a pea, out 111ne; then) spread wlth to
mlatoes enioulgh to cover tile lish; then1
cover wvithl breaid erumitbs. Addl a little
butte;r antti'silt ; 111en garnish the dih
wlthl mlore tomnautoes, antd bitke twety
inlutes. Dettecr to biko on1 disht to
CUnE von NxonIALGoIA -What isasaid
to be a Surol cur'0e r this htorrible all
ment Is notinig hbut a pl)01Lee and t( a
mlade front ttio commuort llehl thistlo.
'hel leaves are are muacerated and~ uised
011 the parts elt'ected, as a pl)itice,
whil' ai smlll quanitity of' the loaves
aro boiled dlown to the prop~orr i of' a
quat't to a plut, and1( a small wineglass
of' the diecoction dranlk beforo caohi
LEMON TrAltT.-MilX together the
Junice and rintd of twio large lemlons,
ntalf' poun ld powdered itiat sugar,' two,
eggs well IJeateni, two-thirtds cuip
crutmbs of' sponge cake; [:ne youri pAnls
with paste aill, atnd bake.
LEMON-BU'rrEat Y.t'AUT s.-One potund
white sugar, wvhites or slx Ogas andl
yolks il I~wo, grated rind and1( julie 01'
Lthree 1e 11011; cook twenty Inu~ttes
over ta slow tiro, etirrIng all thle timle.
Lineo panls wnh plfi paste 1l11 and
QUAx.irY and elllcacy considered, Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup Ia without excep
tionI tihe Best Cough preparation in the
maraket. Price 9a cntsa bott..
hIs Honor had before himt at thi
Central Station Court a Ion-legged,
bow-back man with a high.pltchwe
volen who said lie was a sailor.
"What are you saillng around her
for beforo navigation has opened ?''
"Well, you see, my name is Flint
Got that down?'
"Well, my first name Is Sam. Yot
can spell 8 tm, I suppso ?"
"Yes; you are 8 uu Filint, and I cat
spell both names."
"Well, I was up the lake choppin$
wood. The other day I got tired o
that work and caue downt to see whal
!the proqpoots were. Says I to mui self
"Alaybi thero'll be worn, and nayo
there won't bo, but we'll glide do wi
'-And you gbli?"
"'Yes, and when 1 got here I sayi
again: "Tuwou'O be no tito lost, for il
you tion'C got work you Cau go
"And so you got drunk ?"
"Yes; and when I toutiud I was got
utig drunk I says to Sanl gliit: 'ban
ny buy, they otiargeoas muon for a lit.
Lie druni as a big one," and so Sau
got a ig drttK."
"And n hat else did you eay ?"
"Well, when I was llaulded in I sayi
to uyself: "sinuel, you are bouku,
for thirty days or I'a a goat, but yo,
will save railroad fare and be hankda
by when the season opens."
"And uld iti say anything tj
"Not a word yor Honor, but l
kind o' grinned and looked pleased
if I were you l'J litc him ior a iontti.'
But his Hionor woulin't. Hoe turnet
him out ii the spring slush to g4
bauk to his chopping.
MURDER Will Ott, so will the fact thal
Carbolino, a deodorized extract of pe.
troleun, the natural hair renower ant
restorer, Is the best preparation evel
Invented and excels all other hall
dressing, as thousands of genuine cor
tilleates now in our possession abtuid.
"DON'T you know It's very wrong t(
smoke, my boy?" said an elderly.
looking lady In a railway waiting
room to Young Anericn, who per.
sisted in pulling a Oleap (garette,vOr3
iuch to tie old lady's discouitort.
-Oh, I smoke 'or amy health,' an..
swtrad the boy, emitting a volume o
smoke troni his Imout'h which almosi
strangled the old 1.ly.
'But you never heard of a cure froi
smoklag,' eon tiietd the nill 1a1y,whou
she had regalue. consaiousiio;s.
'Oh, yes, I ind,' presisted the boy
as lie 'ornied his mouth Into a youit
Vesuvius working on full Li Le
"diat's the way they eure Aigs."
"Smoke on tten," q ,ckly replici
the old lady, "there's some hope t'o,
"THunE Is one ilan who served wi.1
distintion inl the army durang the Ia
war," said a malicious-looking i di
vidual, "wato would naake a ' l'' n'
val ofil ber."
"Wito?" asked an unsuspicting vlc
"Why would ho make a "lv" nava
11111, as you tern it?'
" ieocause lie's a soa gull,you know.'
Next (lay small-pox visitia ti
mallcious nali's house, and dhe doe
tors say that they whil make no ell'or
to savO li1im.
"WuIY th--- a't. youl Lni nwhIO
on you paveinuul?'' said the furiou.
"DId you fall do wni ?"' inquIred thc
"Fall do wn I I've s plit my pant;
from end io endi. It' you had put ashe~'
on your pavoenent tike a ; Chiristian, I
woultd not have happened.'"
"'Alh,'' retuirned tlie sympathetli
inc.rehant ruilaz his hiands. ''1 forgo
to dlo that sure enlougli ; but---ni
sell you a pair ot pats very cheap.'
VEGETI~N 18 n10w prcr0ibedl In ease:
of Seroiula, and othier <ilseases of the
b~ooti, by many of the best phyi3sielans
owv ing to i ts great atucesds in (liseasedi c
''Tuiqn's no lno~ like home,'' re
pxated Mr'. Ileipeck, lookIng ar, a moth
to; and he heairt.ily added. I'mn glan
"H-a's an hon:st y'ouing mnani,'' sl
tho saloon keeper, wIthi an approv'lng
smile. "'kine soid hIs vote to pay nlu
wihisky blil ."
TuanMOMETERS refornit late- in life
they never' aeuunte "'Leinpe'rato" ui.ti.
WHYv are pianos the :noblest of- man
uifactured artIcles ? 1.Socauje they art
uprightt, grand iand sqisare.
THlE BEST SPRIN(G MEDiCINE.
II. TI. ST'EVENs!
Dear Bir.--Thids Is to cortify that I have used
your "itlood Preparation" in my ramnlay ior sev.
eral years, and think I bat for Ccrotula or U.auk.
erous llumars or lthe.umnatic all ectilons it can
not, be excelled ; and as a blooti purillier and
spring meticineut It Ia the best, thing I have ev, I
uased, and enn cheert'ully recomnitd it to an.
one in need or such a mtueicno.
Your's Ii spottuilIy.
Mrs. A. A. DiNS~tuR E, 19 liusselt Street.
CSNTRAL FA LIS, II. I., Oct. 10, 1877.
It is ai pleasuireo 10gIve my I ostimoeny for yett
valuable miniclno. I was sick for' a long Lufmt
with Dropsy, uinder i lie doctor's care. lic sakl
it wats wat er between t he heart anti liver. I rc.
coved no beneilt unlt il I commewnced taking t h
Vegeune ;n i tct., I wats growing worse. A havt
triedi mtany remeies ; they dliti not 11elp me
Vegotino is the medicino for D~ropsy. I begat
to ieool iwet tr ott er t akIng a f ew boi ies. I h
taken thirty but,' les in ail. i am p~orrec'1y well
Do'or felt bet.er. No One can leul imure Lhank
l tihan I do.
I am, dear sir, gratefuliy yours,
A. D. WHIEEtLER.
ALL HAVE OBTAINED RELIEF.
SOUTH liR RWICK, Me., Jan. I7, 1572.
U. Ri. ST ERVENmI. I-SQ.
D~ear 5ir.--I have had dlyspepsia in Its wrorsi
form. or thie last, ten yea.ra, anit have takei
hundreds of dollars' wort-h of miniclne's wittioui
obtaming any rdoo. in September last I comn
mneed t uking tile Vcgetine, .slnce which time
my heatih hats st adhily improved. Mty I. Oct lii
gests well, an ii I hav( gained~t iliteen poundcs o
fl--su There are several others In tihl piac<
takIng Ve'gerlne, iand all have obtained rellut.
Your lt'ruly, Till)M AS Ii. )lt00ifa
overseer' of Uard Rloom, P'ortsmnoutin Co's hiillsi
Si. i. NTEVENN, Iloston, Mass.
Vegotino is Sold by all Druggists
GREAT WESTERN '-~ % GUN WffRW8,
800s5m. sa,. .01 (aatoguna
To AU Our FrIenad.
Having had nunberless inquirtes fo
3 advertising cards from ladies in a]
, parts ot the country who are interest
i ed in the prevailing fashion of niakinj
"Card Collections," we are havin,
3 printed for tien a set of seven beauti
ful cards each in six colors and on
gold background, in the very highem
degree of art, illustrating Shakspeare'
"Seven Ages of Man," We have spare,
no expense In these cards-they ar
simply little art gems. Our only air
has been to publish the finest caris ye
shown. Applications tor them hav
come in so rapidly that nearly th
whole edition is engaged before th
receipt by us of the cards from ti
artist. We have therefore been oblige
to adopt the following plan for the die
tribution of the remalider: No ior
of the gilt Slakapeare cairds, seven 1
the series, will be snt excepting upoi
the receipt o a statement from a groce
that the person applying for the oard
has botght ol' him on that (lay at leas
seven bars ol Dobbina' Electrio Soap
with prico paid for same. All' apply
Ing in this mainier toill receive the lui
set of seven cairds gratia by mail. Thi
will insure us -hat our frients and pai
k trons get their share of these beautifu
desigus, although it in no manner re
pays us fo" the costof the cards, You
grecer has the soap or will get it, ao.i
the purchase by you of seven bars o
It at one time will secure for you grati
seven really beautiful cards. The Eoa;
Improves with age, and Is an article o
necessity in your house every week
Therefore you are not asked to buy:
useless article, but one that you mus,
lav any way. I'leaso send us you
tplicat:on at once, and tell your lad;
friends Jnaking "Card Collections," t
do the same. Urocers do no have th<
cards to dtliver. - Buy the soap of thesi
send us their bill, and we will mail yoi
the cards froe. Yours respectfully
I. L. CuAoix & Co., It South 461
Street, lhuiadelphila, Pa.
P. .-Ladies not wishing to bu.
SOUP can get the cards by remitting
cost, price, 25 cen ts.
A sTORY is tol.I of an exhilarate<
geutleann who was found, in one o
the sall hours, standing stock stil
under a pouring rain In tie mitd die c
a public kquare, holding o ut his nigh
key as he carnestly poered into th
"What do you muon standing out i:
such a storin?'' querlett the puzzle
"Why don't you see," hicoonghe
the bewildered expec anit, "that th
sfiuare l revolving about us? I as
waiting tor my door to cone round.
I saw so much said about the ineril
of lop Bitters, and my wife who wai
always doctoring, and never 'wel
teased mu so urgenitly to get her soit
I concluded to be humbugged agiii
and I au glad I di(], f'or in loss thiat
two uliths use i Hop Bitters na
wi'e was cured and has rallitied a
10r eighteen ioliths since. I like sue
hiimbuigging.-Il. T., St. Paut.-Pic
'Tr1'0 restaurants i have had such a ru
of cuLlstoill thi'tt solue of the waiters ar
a Iitle itnattlentive. A stranger calie
tor a plate of oystors, and after snell
ing them lie said: "Waler, are thes
uysters fresii "We are not runnin
ln illitolligence ofile.'' 1"I would l1k
to know if ticy arc fiesh."' "Wei
then, eat tilIll. then1 you Will knwu
ior yotr ici'. You don't expect inc I
Cat tlh em ior you, do yo ? Do 1 Joo
like I was hiere to try old cystera?'
I'r is the thing now to serve cofra
with wvtipped creamn. Greaun that, ha
been licked by a cat; will not do.
"ONE gcoot turn deserves sanother,
as the maa said Wicn he turned th
organi grInder out, 01' the front yard.
" ANA R EsS"
iS an IuralIble cure for Piles.
Mr. Wmt. J. Andrews, of C-.lumbia,, Ten,
wrigaa tile following:
Mr-ssna. N.UaTAEDTER 5 00o, New York :
Gx O tN -For upward ,f 20 voars I have be
nai oted~ with the Piles. When I first too
thilm thley wioro bI nd( and v, re painful. Fe
about ten years they continued a-s thlid, thei
commlnenced bleeding. Tihe hemorrhoids con
tiued t: 'increase until I was lotting at oveo
stool fully a II, of b~loo I, an I freqslently
while standing at my desk, tihe blood wron.
run down lute my hloot'. I have hta.i thuee
hueri ii ide to Is 4. for seor-il haurs. In thi
niens.time lhe a drowning man, I itas grasp
i): a- everything. tryinL to find relief. Oi
'1n0 occasioni I had t.uem canterized, wi'ch
a fter mitenso esuiferinig Ior over a mont h, of
footed Lt m.oratry relief, for a ert time OnI;
hlowt ver. About ten mnoLth'i sin~es-, while a
sloo', my eyo tell otm an advorisemelit head.
ins large let ter-, "Palos, senid 2 cent stamp an
get circular." I d d so, and received a lot
"h'lasn Iiut Fao's ' nt reply, after roalini
wiichi, I Ce lud. d It wSallsuh plain~ cotmmoi
aenist that I would give "Anato.is" a trial.
dtid so, and( ihe result was, that after a tos
d ,ys uiso, the bi eding cased and I have no0
'ulTered a mlonment's pain sinlCe. It is sas
that "a fellow-! ooling makes one wvondroni
kmnd." 8o, kanowing quite a numlber of friend
who were stfo~ring lhke mnyelf. I distribute
qAmti a numb~er of thoim, and ft em oaory ont
received a faverabile report. I would not b
without "Anakesis" for a hunl~dred times it
cot4. To all who are afflicted with Pales
would 5ay : "(lve "Anakosis a trial and 501
n il1l1n0 longer be a sufferer."
WVi. J. ANDuRcws.
"Anakesis" is sold bay all irst-clrass drug.
gists. Pa ice $1.00 per box. Mailed Irue onl re
O~iplt of pice, bv P. Neustaodrer & Co., aol,
mnanufactutrers of Anakeis, Ihes 3910, NeP
-York. Smp~les sent Iree to all sufferers upoi
I-r 1s evident that a large portion of out
city hpeolo suffer fromn disensus of tihe haver
howe1< ot kidneys. KId ney-Wort is nature'
redy for thlem all.-E.rpess.
FAVORrT co.MPOsEnIs: Th'e or'gal
grindtet's-Hlandtel ; the lumberman'
.-Chopina; the recruiting sergeant's
Tnose answering mu &avertisement, w.
confer a favor uponm the Advsertiser anat th
Publisber byt stang that th e y sw the adrs
1DIJ,'t ^ "" I (Ult " "-- i"""rud ""'iatll -g
.1 ies fronm iis an I wias csur'sd iy a slimap
remiedy, "btainabie ofi ay diruggier. shut const ine i
a fuw cenitu. Four pasrticulars iasiira , .s . .LYoi
ninhghamttptont, lruiroo 0v., N. Y. P'. 0. hiox tis7g.
rpHH " wlIEA'loN" PAPI'I.t CUTTER.
5, iatenited Augs. sliat, a530.
ru's 22 1<.'s Ithorough y inda, of the bes~t am
teriale. Pl'toniy $2s. ?i-nt,I for circsular.
TEA HERS WANTED.7
863 to 51(0 ramonth. Steady work all Sprliu
and lMummeor. or full pat t:otturs, Addregg
J. 0' MoCTJ DY & GO, Philapina P,
R1D IHAND.-Keop sonle oat-me;
r on the waslistand, and as often as the
i hands are washed, rub a little of th'
oat-meal over them; then rinse it off
and, when dry, put on a li'tle bit of
pomade made as follows: Take tei
cents' worth of white wax, three ditt
o of spermaceti, three ditto of powdere
t camphor and olive oil enough to maki
s it the thickness of soap; put it in i
I gallipot, and let it stand in an oven t<
s melt; and. when cold, It will be found
a very good for the hands. Gloves, worr
t elther in the day or ight. will liell
D to keep the handts white.
A world of Good.
D One of the most popular mediines
I now before the American publio, i
- hop Bitters. You see it everywhere,
B People take It with good effect. I
I builds them up. It is not as pleasan
i.o the taste as some other Bitters as I
r is not a wilskey drink. It is more lilk
S the old fashioned bone set tea that ha
L done a world of good. If you don'
feel just right try Hop Bitters.-und<
C CONFIDENTIAL friend, to elder
- spinster: "So, dear, you've given ul
advocating women's right's ?"
- Elderly spinster: "Yes, I now g
r in for womni's letts.''
I Oonildenlial friend: "Women'
f lefts I WhlaL'N that?"
Elderly spiLster: "Widowers, my
TuousaNh s of wonmen have beer
I stored to perfect licalch by the ut
t Lydila E. Ilnkhal's Vegetable (X
OUT In Montana when they start I
3 man down hill in a barrel, they spevlh
of his "appearance in a new role.
TnEy tell us matches are made ii
h eavenbut somehow they never smel
that way when you strike 'em.
TuE faintly that uses oleomargarin
can justly clatin to be living on the fa
of the land.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAL, OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
mo Is a PosltLve Curo
e for all thoem Patntll Oomplatnts and Wealkneseei
socommon toonr best feunle populato.
z It will cure entirely the worst forn of Femalo Com
e plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inllanmiatlon and Ulcera
tion, Falling and Iaplacenents, and the consequeni
V Cplnal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to th4
Change of Lifo.
It will dissolvo and expel tumors from the uterus h
an early stage of developmn3t. The tr'ndency to cn
erol, hriors fil'r, i ce ce d vorv ec~ y l y it u
e for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach2
It cures Bloating, Hreadlaohes, Nervous Prostration
General Debility, Slooplossness, Dopression and Indi
,That feelIng o's bearing dlown, causing pain, weighi
and backache, is always porunanently cured by Its uo
e It will at all times and under all ofrcumustances act 12
harmony with the laws th~at goern the female systemi
For the curoof Kidney Complaints of either sex thl
Comnpound is unsurlpassed.
LYDIA E. P'INKIAM's V20ETAn1LE COM
POUND Is prepared at 233 and 235 Western Avenne
,Lynn, Mass. Price $1. Six bottles for 5. Sent by mai
in thes form of pills, also in the form of lozengem, 02
receipt of price, *1 per box for either. Mrs. Pinkehan
S freely answors af >Nters of inquiry. Send for pamaph
k let. Addres as above. Mention thuis Mcr.
r No family shinma o e withaout LYDi IF., P'INKIA-4I
LIVERt PILLL. Tboy curo constipation, biliousnse
and torpidity of l hallv-r. 25 centa per box.
gr fSold biy rll Dlruggimea. -El
The Oni) Medicine
-That Acts at the Same Time en
-The Liver, the Bowels and tha Kidneys.
era of th Qstem Iih~eywork velhealt.
dra ldiseases ar ure to follo with
I - Bioussess, Headachs, Dyspepsia, Jaa
-dice, Conutipation and Pile., or Kid. .
a Complaints, Gravel, Diabetes,
I or Rheumatic Pains and Aehes,
are developed because the blond tIo poisoned
wit the bumoe that should have been
Wil esor he elh ein a al tes
- will add ene-faore to the number. Takt
and health willoncemoregladden your heat. '
_ age atenco ant b satisl on. Try apa
It is a dry vegetable compound amnd
-One Packagemiakesali quarta of Nedleino.
you Intlalpovlavting( E 8s,$.lO.
WELLU, RICEARDBOIN b C0., Propiaetors,
.Invalids who htave lost, but are recoverin
La vital Stalftrita declare Inl gr taiful terms the
t ppeI on of thet merits as a tonie of ilost~e
e te's somah itters. Nor, only does It, impal
sire nsclh to to weak, it corrects ana irregal
acid state of the s'omasch, makes thes bowel
act ut pro.per Intervals, gives easo to those wil
staffer iromt rhtettmat12 anlil kidney troub'.es, ar1
Sconqutitrat as well aa p'ovents fever and agi
For salo by all Druggnstsanid Dealers genorall
77A Y EA R anti expenues to ag't
ontfit Free. Address P,'
VVEI1yaV, a....eta. CC
Ao8 AL.A (?Y paemth. All E X
d'a eAU i' promupil paid.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, ILumb -
Baokaohe, Soreness of the hc~est,9
GouQin Sore Throat, Swell- a
ings and Srains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily t
'01h, Ear and Headache, Frosted c
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
N2o P 9ration on earth equals 8T. JAcoa0r
aa e, our otc e and cheap 10teonl
Remedy. A raona but the comparatively
trifling outlay of 50 Cents, and every, one suafering.
with pain can have cheap and positive proof of Its
Directions in Eleven Languages.
sOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
A. VOGELER & CO.,
Baltimpore, Mld., U.S8. A*
tieso avLTn It yo 6
ur t~e 'I 111gt Wo . t les
p ta d Uso totea inerveand
dtyo are yunp ad i erino from &%y in
r o na iI u ouni sul Wi fo
.rly n o P. sitters.
Whoover y o u are -1vnds d1a a
ttor y o Fsgu tr d 6e
hou 4 mia i ~ O o
neyual , i a , mbg, , [
eald Genra Bodily
""et and0Ear, Is an sothte
You will be OtEoof oft
cia, It iu len arotici.
op Biter ALL 1110IBSANDELR
A. VritedLtry ER C.,
Batt Muoy rOP BTe 8.
ouasr RM CO., 01
enved hun- .f 14e!.-::-g. ov. 1
dredg. to - , . O .
THE B BHilLIGH T! K
"The true L'gh', Wongch lighteth ery man that
CiomOrh Into the World.
The Beneont Lischt Is an unusually attrac
,ivo and boaflgle bulday tohool 'ong Book, by
J. H. ENNELY and REV. E. A. HOFFMAN, who
have had a very osu iooaruxeoren1e as song
writers andctIompoers. Teir book is one of
the bet vo de. TH I
p rinera dpio i foaen aoue
ira eton .o qIanites
, iger adarranaa sunkss 46t
TheyEmerson MehifrRc Oran.
. ($9.ea). By Emesn ndMahen 1f mon
tsaevey htun a olto i
dre.dDTa . A &C. ,.
Bahetrue eek, M ih igevr an ta
Thracton andc i Pan unginall alrc
J ITENand Hre-Pwes. h AN h
have mpleter sUorelu actoriuoE st songed
writrs nti omp~ers Piclr ookIs oe o
in reuton g~ qanaines. ne
fong8 ogt er t.cc uanlir us Iluke n40rh
aimspo la r i i r 'olor ( y.) thr lin- 'c
ON CHNO., (H$PA.60). OO
The Elorso Batthle forook, Michian.
p25>.B Etnio a7ti Mat0 h 00isamn
th kvr b o.a hs 'dS ioldi eis ti o f i
5. . WA1E'N, &.
Baekyandtle C uredk byithiguanof
filE WREAT BLOOD PURIFIE,
TARY OR CON'PAGIOUF,
p In Beated In The Lung or tOfeh,Skin I
or on..., Fesh or Nox-yes,
)RRUPTING TU& SOL1DS MAD VITIATING
(hronil Rheumatism Scrofula, Glandular
rellin Haing Dry C oug Cancerous AfIeo.
mns, philo lat Bleedin of the
a . psia. Water Brash, Tio oloreu
le awe ogs, Tumors,.Uloete, Skin and H i
iseases Mercurial Diseases, Female Corm.
aints, Gout., Drop y, Salt ItOum. Bronchitis,
Liver Comlaint., &c.
Not only does the Sarsaparilllan Resolveni
gel all -remedial agents in the cure of 0hrollA
wrofulous, Constitutional and Skin Disc
tkt It Is the only positivo cure for
IDNET AND BLADDER CORPLAINTs,
rinary and Womb Diseases, Gravel, Diabetes
rey topp e of Water, Incontinence 01
rIT0e flright's isea'e, Albuminuria, and lu al
wsa ulaire there are brick-dust depo4ts, ol
ke water is thick, cloudy, mixed with Aub
lanoeb like the white of an ogg cr threads 11,ti
rhite silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious
ppearanee'lad white bone-dust dsposite, and
hen there is a pricking, burning a.-nsation
rhen passing water, and pain in the small o1
he back and along the loins. Sold by Drag.
Iste. PRION 4 DOLLAJR
IVAIAN TUMOR OT.TEN YEARS' GROWT
OURED BY DIL RADWAY'S ICMEDIES.
One bottle contains more of the native prt1gei
leu of Medicines than ainy other Prepara6n.
'ete In Teaspoonful domes, while othors to
ulmr nye or six times as much.
OURES AND PREVENTS
FEVER AND AGUE,
loseness, DIarrhm1, Cholera Morbus. or pain.
I disolharges from the bowels are stoppei I I
Or So minutes by taking It rodways i ady
sf. No congestion or inflmmat on no weaak
sa or las.itudo whi follow the use or the R. It.
IT WAS TILE FIRST AND IS
The Only Pain Redniey
Int Lnstentlf stops the most excruclailng
tine, "llays inaammations, and cures Conws
W, whether of the Lungs. somnael isowes
other glands or orirans, by one appllentiora .
a froma on'e 9 tweinty Ingnute's, no niat.
r how violent, or excrucIatt Clhe PUin, t'
aumititc. Bed-ridden, Infnrm. &i ppled, Rrv.
isNua d-,cane msw
I eIo orgros rated wit -di
&ur, RAD WAyr, lCEADYlgELlgj Will afford
aniammation of the Kildaeys,
1h11itnurs (ts C10%Of tnt. Jiladtior, ?F
MfaMMStioU ef the tOWe ladt.
Vomuc"Clou, of Cimo L'Uras.
ore Throat, nitt Ba t reathing'
Pillpittioum'l Of tile fieurs..
lystOries, Croup, DI*lastierl e
Keadaehe. Toothatehe ,
[euralg ia, Ilhoeeptlesse
Colt Ohillm, Ane Chills,
Chilblains and irost Bites.
The app leation of the IRtead Hief to the part
prt her the pain or d flcoulty ekistsi nw
Thirty to - ixty drops in a half tumbler oi
ater will in a fewe minuesm curs Cram ai
prains. Sour 8iomachb, Hcar thurr,, S ie tei
chr, Bflanrhwi, lysorntery, Colio, nI d In she
owels. and sill internal pains.
Travelers shouhl always 9arry a bottle of 11-d
'ay's Iteady Relief with themn. A fow drops Ins
'ater will prevent siokness or pans from
han e of wsirer. It is bretter thani Frosneb
rany or Bittrs, as a stimulant. Price ANirty
adwayfs Regulating Pill.
erfeet Purghelves, Bootthing Aperiens. s,
Act Without Pain, Always fIellabie
and Natural in their Operation.
VEGETABLE SURBiTITUTE( FOR CALo3'IEL
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with
reet gm, purge, regulate, purify, oseanse and
RAiwar's Piu for the cure of all Diserdana
if the tatomach Liver, Bowels KLdneya, Bil
Ier, Nervous D sases. Headacie., Consti pa Inn
loativeness,, Jindigestlon, D repta, Di t ous
seas. Fever, Ysfammation of ohe Pi e tlil-a
and all derangements of the Internal Viicora'.
farranted to effect a perfect euro. Ptrrly
et1 Is cntaining no mercury, mineral. c.
ation, inwrard Piles, Filn'es of the Blood iro
lead, Acidit of the Stomach, Nausen, He-tart'
'urn Disgsior Food, Fruliness or Weight, ir,
he SOinach, Sour Eructat ions, Sinking or Fiut
Bring at the Reart., Choking or suffering son- ~
htlons whoa in a lig posture Dimnes. 05l i
ision, Dots or Webs Beore (be hiigim Fever a- 0
ull sin in the Iir:ad, Delenci of Perspira
on cllow ness or the Skin and Eyes. P'ai in
lie ide het, Liiubs and Sudden Flushes of
A few doses of Rtaowaves Pniua will free the
Fitonm from all the above-named disorders.
Frieos3 o ets per Boex.
We repeat that the reader must consult ont
ooks and papers on the subject of diseadss and
tlr cure, among which may be named
'nIse and Trrue ,"
"Rasdw-,y on lrrtable Urethrba,"
R wyon Ses'efula,"
dOthers relating to different classes of Die.
SOLD 5Y DRUGGI8Ta,
R EA D "FAl.BE A M D T ElUE."
Send aletter stamD to R ADWA Y a co.,
10.82 Warren, Vow. Ohmash Mt., Meve
WInformation worth thousands will be sent
TO THE PUBLIC.
There can be no better trarantee of the value
I D)3. RIaDway's old estaihshed Rt. It, R. Rus.
sa than the base and worthlesis imitations o'
Iem es there are False Rtesolventa, Relisfh
ad Alies Be sure and sk for RiadwasL and
histhli chaest: and no o colteati rSll
oe, It itells ho oto porform al tho ariousd
s ul d enthplsso te~ wo"rk aerd itf11g
sOr Autdress VALIhNTIN, BROS., Janssvilen
agents Wuatd. en aDsba
Sellisgour PLATFORMI FAhlIL'S
- AL.WootabqnptoSou rARetai
osnicaan Cu., (,mrcinnrati0
4 /M, PILES.
-sin fror o, dy whIch't
d~.ar~d he moasor