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DAIRY WoMvN.-Oi dairv farms In
this olintry the nl1k'n r Ia, of neceen'.
tv, done by men ; but on nverige farm.
it were betrer, In many caseo, It be
done hi women. They seem to nnder.
stand the busineas muoih hatter than
-pen, and the cowR themeAlves prefer
to be ilkIe by tte'n. This b% parti.
enlarly nnticeab'e in the readineas
with which thay accointodate them
mnlves to women milkers, while they
-refuse to "let down" a read y flo v to
mren. it was formerly the ease, when
the occnpation of the detrymald wae
conslered one of the pleo.santest duties
which the daughter4 of our well to do
farmers had to perform, a itt certain
ly is one of the most healthful of all
rural employmente. The aversion
which glels or the present day have to
this branel of dairy work arlies, In
part, from the unfavorable conditions
under wht-ch they are frequently re
qu.red tn perform the service-expo
sure to bad i eather, untimely honra,
ilthiness of the stables or barnyard,
lona distances to carry the milk, &c.
These, where they exist, are valid ob
jeotions, but are such ai can b. readi
ly removed by the head of the farm. It'
should be his or her business to see
that the fem-il -s who attend to the mil
ing are aforded proper help and oon.
vtniencoa. Thoy should be provided
with a dry, clean place for milking,
and whare the uistance Is great have
some one to assist them in currying
the milk; and, in fact, everything but
the actual milking should Ie aone by
boys or uen.
Give the dairymnailds a fair chance,
and restore to ttita what fashion or
fooish pride has, for the titne, taken
from them-an occupation at once
pleasan6i and Iuvigorating, and uoe
that wili bring blowm to tielr cheeks
and healih and strength to their sye
telus. In Rlolland thle milkinuad is u
Companlied withi a boy, the boy towing
a little boat along ito canal, (all thle
main roads being canals Ia that coun
try,) whIlo thu maid, rith her lull
btue pettueat and pink j.ukeL, walks
besice him. Art iving at tie cow pen
or pastuie, she brings irom tne boab
her copper pails, as bright as gold,anu
with a kinUly greeting to her cowe,
set# dow n her -ittle stool and begit.
to milk. The boy, having mooretd ies
boat, standa besides hur witI a speciai
pa1,Inl which to lwd the "trippinga"
Vr U2rehrny poion~l, whIichI cou#es JInSt
from the unuer. Nos a drop is weit.
Tbe boy lteunes anu Carres tae palie;
the git Iiik the vo ws, and L1.0 bo3
Gera ail Isple, until the service of 11e
gll - h4e again calLed into lquisition Hi
the uairy Luoi.
TuE PEllCHIEON DOWI.-To no or
dinuay ut zigtn, to vilor which does
not it generate, anu to a coillorniattuji
ic lh nots no txeuuue eleganice, iL
joins otinty, millnt s, pui~l 6ce, 11 -.
nebty', bit t.UILSure, tXateialenbInalm~i
ii a hal1), U iauC t1iiieiaenit, its
L4VLet:lIbts L.rb quack, SpiiLed aiiu
naght. 1t r Xlibta "grat enduranceu,
both whitit hasu AN hoaU anti w1 0Hten i
\C(d tiQAiltalli 1ir a 1o11g tinie any oi
as zatural g1ts, antid it poseecsea the
Lstimat.e quality o* moving las,
nih ulavy iviatie. 1t, Is partautiaur.y
atsuLe lter iLa attoillhing precotwty,
SLau ptIadutoh by ice 1w1r, an " ,wo
yetar oJ.thus eAU Lal tie euat fi it* leeu
lIAn lu hee ; ilatieu, It lyOs and sio WS U
ret altau.4de for laijor, w11,1 lbe if ie
ot, 01 ai. 16 Ai.eW., h.eIthber Use U n.U
o1 ba.u hautb o ui 01r rJ1%U xtUIULet,-(.
IL Lti.If it inmis L. to aaio l l U1a Ln
latt &I Iania.te couIuLutqu, aLU ex
lichaea IOr bAnI a. gttu Auinnisy,
Ihe Ii UALta . als m,'4t.Uaasiuii Aor Alma,
geiitiattab a ti t r ue &. o ie a aaa,
LaonmAb aIL u chILL aimtonirn.mit wia.oi
Ot CItal i In a wAuit, Ia Udaj umare L,
spu..k dinu.-, la a3 V.A Lnemraukie ra.... Iti
Lret, ht.i.~et. CLV.i Lo wA.tiieta.. &i.t
Ci a. iLL.L. ao tn.. Aao ati g i...
1 3 sa bro ', A .i na . LI)U.At z ,x .Ay, LI
tib-te aut. r Lia. A C s AintuI. una.tJ.
114 titt ota V.. ' has. k.4..i. A nan ,
nt adan. s att.entionj Lihan the breed-~.
cont, LiAt. stnco tat L..til) tuns
latg an.. uL o i nti thUtALk , will .ei ti&
.Ui , home JitLr aiat bullock willa, .
brIng inTaC1C-]h'sn netaedmatt.Alifr
wiilatiotkn thlee msen of theuiry
stoc idat ne t, tioy tanth besrbd.
Ai quanetityg e 1du andlas exoedlby
aC'A e. it i CI xpe untrA Itio prssuret
o51f ~er blatut od til, re- uco itc o
cn.i t h ilr ogaal bulk A por
bing0 Iit a c'sr thn actedl in car
atnd tad the same1) obe ng ne ithrl
stoisa u o-kiee thour. Ai yeaurmalter
thA pqat d11 flur w as exond by
apoitidi uerntheu to e asn pex-r
Ofelent presrt ation.,rdcmgI ,
cBe-i ofl thet osi.praiserslkf Austr
tiaon n1 it erS t00,60 hed i sheep.
pnreanc, e f the t. dzi wi
tgaie Soplciet, aJpar. As ea byer
PI of esrT.E. for pae oaiptolen
ereistles eeodr of arinspra
gallo~I fodr pila,t.edomse.Dr
Oalli apae groersn are gtino
flavkandoo hete t. e. nasn
tr as lte asebubile of arbon dio
toriare et1 be pfre wan thed iqky
'Ph gafes acid. soeon simle nd i
entuitlyn coiled 0nt pearheore-~ca
pao icrt. atedvlomnt r
* g~Abiut ute endJ glfin lartinto ah
flargek cruchile teel castg it aherto
imeae we to feedited works) ofq ad
fith iSe acidsoi Engld. 10~ wasa
spqurat ri tweny-ghto~ fanet ighame
per andoat woe ocst 7 os
eAh hein enghtyfpoundsmontmote
larel, werieused steel wheelshiaro
mndw in gancial ue In the Lancashira
b* fAcr~ing to hL Elnd.I, whas a
ben prerd fatw or Toia c rya 70pta,
spelc,t bee costructed nwhel Par o
St lod, tor pemaetexhbirottuio
objcts relatg to art aenda i~anstrye
wi' hi scentitle exporinents 01n a grand
scale. ThIere will be represenmation,
also of the vegetable amnd animal king
dom oh the geologleal ages, and vmiews
anad models of anecint and modern
monummnts andc curiosities Iromi all
D* arts of the world will be Innouded,
'Diwuvnertal genorate~d by hie-t'
Ina imoure air, such as onmes from
damp anirtment. dirty eellar, gut
ters. sinks. decavInT mitte.s, p,01% of
standing liqit d, and othar Aonroes or
filth. It Is usually confined to Tr-er.
anns from two to fifteen years of age.
The - atmoaohere, tho breathing of
which causes the disease, sPem to he'
full of living thinga, vegotablte and
animal, whose presence q'tiekly pota
ons the blood; there shotild not be. i
moment's delay H' sentlnic for a phval
cisn, a4 the march of the Ilema lit al
ways rapid and Ira virilentice inreaees ,
every hour. "Any. Irrtvrion of- the
throat prepares the way tor the
disease. A iy person affected ahould
be taken to an upper room into whits a
no one should comno but thoe In pr: I
foot health, and who have not the 1
slightest soratch or sore on any part I,
ot the body, particularly the hands. t
Diphtheria taken from another person I
is more malignant than when i ener- a
ated by bad air. Treatment: Take
from two to five gralins of chlorate of '
potash, put it far back 9n the tongue, I
allow it to melt graditally, and repeat t
every hour until a deelded improve- e
meont takes place, which In usually in r
a few hours."
To WAsu FLANNEL WITHOUTSJRINK
ING -Fitst have soit water for the
whole prooest, mule so artillolally if
necessary, anid next have good soap,or
thiat whieh does not contain rosin.
O.ar bear soaps are safe for this pur
pose. You may wash and rinse n
tirely in cold water If you chose, but
If you wash In warm wAteryoumustnot
rinse In coid. it is decidedly best to
use only warm water all through,
the rinsing water warmer than the
suds, if there Is any difference. IL is
best to make a good, strong,clean suds
(and not wash nice white Ii4nnels in a
ulrty suds with other clothes that are
to be bolied) and put the flarnels in it,
Instead of rubbing soap into the
clothes. Hand rubbing soap tends to t
1111 an shrink flannel, -is it maws and
interlacos the delicate fibers.
OYSTERS A LA PoULaTTE.-PlaCe two
dozen niedIum si zuu 3 s.or In a sauce
pan with their own liquid; let them
come to a boll; then strain the oysters,
saving the liquid; put about one table
upoontul of butter in a saucepan and
two of flour; heat and work smooth t
add the oyster liquid, and let it boil
about live minutes, stirring all thie
while; add the juice of a lemon to
taste ahnd the yoaks of two eggs well
beaten; salt, pepper and chopped
parsiey, and thei tue oysters. Serve
SQUARE photograph fraT4es .tre of
garnet velvet, embroidered with for
gei-me-nots, interlaced with tiny
whito and pink flowurs. They are also
very rich done in the same way, wih
the velvet of black, dark blue, or old
gold plush. It is not usual to carry
tile embroidery solid around the four I
sides. Have one interval at least.
TAPIOCA Soup.-Take a good beel
soipt with two pounds of niat and
bone,and two and a-half quarts of cold
clear water, slimmering for fouror live
hours and adding an Onion, some par
sity and carrots. Put in a very little
salt. Lot t,bo stock, when done, get
cold. 'iake tiae tata ff I be top anti re
heat the souip,puttil g In a tablespoon.
JlU of tapiUca to a quaI't Of bLCk. Sea
8(11 to taote ant aud a 1ew drops oI f
STAins.-Rlemove in k-stains froni
carlpe. with mitlk.and afterward wash
w I i. flue soap,a .,leani bru'sh,and warSII
water. For gbeaae spots uast po0wdereu
*o'gaaesia sulier's eaR LII, r leur k wh. at.
byrainkit oni the spot, and let Ji unit)
nmi thc gie use is lemuoved. T1ime anid
pamtlence w ill in thIs way remove thme
w crat ulf gi ease spiots.
PABTIC Fa-R SUA4AP BCORs.-Mix
En-t tiy~ 11 i ti ati water aid ai Lielit
Liatte r i- lotIne d, put In a ylilih ot
I iveyti aiuuim and pour in boIling
v. ater till a ilhick paste is lormn
ed ; let it boil a min~iute or two, add a
It w (.roi 5 of carbo.mu *ecitl or Oil 01
'cloves. Put, It in a wid. -necked bottle. -
LIHTER tints of' wall pape~r are usedl
thanl thouse of last measona. MapI
loaves aird hioiey suck em in yellowt
andl ga:d tre aimatin ad In lttro
suitable b r d ido, screen or Ire ze;
also 11.e cit iniatis patte rn is dIsposedu .
oni a grouiLd w hich looks like a chmain
LAUGH pot-pourri Jars, common I,
Flensiah gravy w-.re, brom a', ol I
Dutch brss work, Bellarmine bottesv
or gray beardls, aP( d rowling piants,cs- a
peelalhly thiose oh the palm kind, ae r
used for the decoration of halls s
CABINET clocks are a late Paris nov
eity. Ti'ley arc comiosed of black /
marble Inlaid with light, redi-graines
marbles, and take the cabonet form, a
with recesses for small pIeces of chsma t
or bric-a-brac. Thbe 51(de pieces match
A PnETTY novelty Ia the terra cotta a
andi cttna plaques fitted with sinall
clocks in the c -nier or each. Theim hor
d~ers of the pluques are palnted wits 1
apple blossomis,trailing arbututa,blauk
berries, wild llowers tend nasturtlums.
WINTER SQUAH.-Cut in quarters,
remove the seeds5, biake, then remove
the crust and scrape on the pulp. put
into a kettle itmh a little crean, a
good pIece of butter, salt and mash.
YKGETABLE OYstERS -Scrape, slice
thin, and boil tender an abtout half as
mneh water ias you requiire sontp; then
add half, as much nIlk, let It boil upi,
season with butter anid salt, and servo
BOIL~a~n OtNIO2(.- Peel either out of
dloo)s or near ine stove, or hold under
water, cut half way throughI the stemn
end (, I~arboil, tien bo l in nlsk and
water; wheni very soit, drain, add a
little creanm, butter anti salt.
.JloILED starch is Inuch improved by I
the auditIon of a litt~e sperm, or a lit,
tle salt, or both, or a l'ttlIe gum arabeIc
FEATIIJnS may be cleaned by (lip
ping tboicu into hot water. Dry by I
(CaRAM of tartar rubbed upon solled a
white kid gloves will cleanise them e
A nar of guie d esolved in skim milk -
anti water will restore ruisty erase. -
LyMoN JuIce and( glyeerine will
cleanse ar.d sofien the hiands.
To color dlrab,&tko willow-bark and c
a lIttle copnera- ..
A llo0Son mlan hatourgit hiq wife,
ie being hut three year% married foi
he PrIvilege of a night key. "Ight
ey ?" she exclaimed, in tones of
mazement, "what uoe can yon have
nr,a night key when the woman"
Cenaneint'n leage meets M'nday
ight. the LT dle' DomAatic mission
nieisdav, S'atex.r or J,.-riho Wednes.
aV, the Woman's Solenre Circle
livirs-lay, the Dughters of N: nevh
'ridav, aind thei Woman's Proresqive
krt aoci ation. and the St'ffrage hnnd
'alternare Sitrrday nighte. Yo'u
tav at toie and see that the bihy
oesfn't fall out ,ot -the cradle." He(
'lHow Co you iiko the rooms?
sketi Mrs. Doorart, who. was show.
n&C the Smithingt-is over her new
touse. "Oh, they' are perfectly
Dvely 1" exciaimed Mrs. Smithing
on, "aind they are furnished so sweet
IVi What exquisite plaq es those
ra, aren't thov, Smith ington?'
What, them "ishes on the wallI
res, they are pretty enough, but why
n1 thunhder dda't they have som
losots in the Iuse to put the crook
ry in?" Mrs. Dotoiart goes into
mild hyster'ot, andl Mrs. S. givei
imlthlngton sU04 a look.
"DiD you make the train?"
"No," was the reply, It was made
n the car shops I"
"I mean did you catch the train ?"
"Of course not; it's not infectious.'
"WelI.yon fool,dhi you arrive at the
epot In time?'
"No. you idiot, I arrived in an om
"treat heaven !" shrieked the Inter
ocitor, "did you board the ears?"
"Jumping Jerusalem I'.' bawled the
tuostioned moan, "you know I don':
.eep a boarding-bouse,"
A FASBIONABLE Galveston womar
vanted to iniressi her husband with
ter household-keoping abilities; s
when the cook left, site went dowr
nto the kitchen and cooked breakfast,
trid she made an awful mess of it,
l'hey sat down to the table, and het
tusband notleed that she had a rag onl
ter flnger, so he asked what was tht
"1 burned It while I rying the steak,
"Well, any woman who would put
tuch a Dreakfast as this on the tabli
,ugktto be burned at the stake," re
alIed the brute.
A LITTLE boy who was to pas th(
%fterno>n with the doctor's littlI
laughter was given two pieces ol
andy. When he returned his mothei
tiqired if he gavn the larger piece u
ho little girl. "No, mother, I didn'l..
lou told inie always to give the big
gest piece to coipany, and I wai
,ompany over there."
A LITTLE MIsS has a grandfathei
who has caught her to open and hul
ils crush hat. 'Tie other day, how.
ver, lie caine with an o.rdinary sill
me. Suddenly he sees the chii con
ng wiLh the new stove-pipe wrinklerI
ite an accordeon. -Oa, grandfather,'
he says, "this one Is very hard. 'vC
iad to sit on it, but I can't get it niort
hlan half shut."
A ST. PAUL boy has a "magnetic
l ai," to wiileh r-mali metalto a tiele
ittaen thenielves, and wich cimpairte
burning - sen0ailtiu. Takes alter hic
A WAG likened a girl's disposItion to
ace waist, becau..e is was wasp..itke.
"WIL.LIAM TItL. escasped killing his
on b) an roe chi inue."
DAYERakac is lbe~ boss eye opener,
A tlantie city at 'ini, -nnie or Year.
Physicians have been sending their
sataaets Lu Atiautie City in Winter Line for
le past twenty ye ars. At first b~ut feNv,the
uasuer hradualiy but senctiiy increas n.,
nLtal Mi liian the last few ) Carls the travyei
aw re..ched sum h proportiuns t atr xpress
ramis betweeu Pmailadelpaaa and Atoan tic
-a y are runi the year thirough,aud the hoteis
-mouet of whien are iuruished anid to o
LUcted in tu naost elegalnt marnner-are
riowVted not 0outy with mvahid.', but u ai
vhO iaive realhzed the fact, that 'oId oceau
t ever t he same, in witer and sum s.e,
ndl that, tie chamge of air Is just as Iteue
letat and enjoyable at, this aea~oa of the
ear ats la tu ianidsumamer days. Nervou<,
.ppeptic, gouty, rheuu.a. Ie and various
nLier chromic alhnents, which are usuaily
enefited there ini ouusuer, and for wuich
bat resoi t has become famnous, are foun.J
u be equaliy benehted in wantvr, and cun..
alesceurs Iromn acute diieames or liom)
urgical operatitons niearly alwaja liprove
Wimaarkaibiy on being remuoved from the
Arge cities. Mainy cases of incipient,
iinhsis, chronic bronchts, asthma, and
sr*a gitis have bein either vastly luiproved
*r per maniently beeted by a sojourn at
Tn'ie tonic and alterative properties of the
ir, actaing by the imlproveunent of alges
Len and nutrition, anid tihe promotion of
eep, go far to acecomiphlih great, good in
esto~r iig heahhi and vigor.
Atlaicu Utt~y, undike mlot sea shore ro
arts, Is nut only ia city ini name, but in
ac,the po'pula~ion of perml.iteut residents
tr.ini4 aioutt bix thbuiat.d,and the uprove
LleLt s emnratinig most, o. the cunvebiences
i mne way of atreet, cars, gas, water, good
tores, muaskets, &.a., that atre enjoye.i by
he realsents of larger cities.
Not oniy is the visitor surroundled by all
hese aideantages, but the frequent trains
ni coniv(iniee of acco-s to and fromn
'n laidphiat (ocing but ninety miues'
idi) bring it as near thereto ahinust, as
bo ugh Matitin itiaimits. In fact, it as the
fust necessible to the New Eugland and
didule States of any place having clains
.s a winier resort, and admitting of ou
boor exercise fur mnost invanids the whole
Trhe ravorite route betwecn Philadelphia
nid Atlantic City Is via West, Jersey ltaui
oad, wmecn is operated by the Pennis31I.
animaR.tt roiid omipianiy; and passengers
viia this line will ilau the name hagih stand
ad of ailpOmtmenls and the usami ela e
tentioni to thioso detads so esSial to tie
uerteet c.oaulurt arnd enjoyment of the
r'aveler, that are stich miar.aed features of
iLe Penneiyivania Itadiroad. This, in con
ection with thie nattural advantages poe.
essaul by the Went .Jersey .ijiroid, such
s traveraing the choices scenie poi tions of
kuiiuthern New Jersey, being noticeably free
roii dust, and haavinag its termiini in the
en ire of the iespective cities (dhe P'hila
eiphia station being at time foot of Alarket
arect, wit.iun a short waik of the business
emlre', and the stata'on at Atlantic Ua~y on
iatutic atenlue, betweeni New Yorkand
nuessee aven~uen). has already placed -the
ew route hInthe Iront rank of popular
LiFr is short at mos~t and our duty Is
'prolong it. U~e. thierefore, Dr. Bull's
'ugh Syrnp for Coughs, Colds, Bron
itis, Jiuarseniesu, etc. Sold every
here. Prime nly 25 eant.
"''1HER's aomnthing about your
da nighter," Mr. Wangho tsall refiec.
tivelv, "t.aere-4 something about your
dlaugiter"-' YTje," said old Mr.
Thistepad. "tereo Is I have notloed
It myself. It. comes every evetinr
about eight o'aslock, and it (toesnt' get
away ususlly till about two. And
soine of the4e nighti L am going to lift
It all the way out froin the front par
lor the -ide gate anid see what there
Is in It."
A LITTX O 1 wIa nais wap taken to
churcia lot the first time,;after being
impressed with the necessity sbe
should keep ":is still as a mouse."
Sho behaved liereielf until the preacher
became w trimed up to liis work; and
then, thank(ag he was going too far,
tshe raised her finger anl looki.g
stratght at hinm, isries, ''8n here.
don't you make so taihi noise."
[Battle Creek, (31ob.) lally Journal ]
Upon boling spoicen to coaiceratn4 St.
Jacob's Oil, our rellow townsman Mr.
Theodore Wakolee, said: I had been
suffe. Ing with rheumtatis'u, and ob.
utined tite greatest retuf troin the use
of St. Jacob's Oil. It hae i41so been
used in my famnity for some time, and
has never been found to fail in giving
Tan idea o1 tIM U.ggestE head know
I ig ite most Is all nonsense. Tne
inustod had the biggest head of Lis
Liae; yet Lo didu't know enough to
go into the ark out of tile rain and be
;saved. Tnle nosqittco, witti scarcely
any head at ail. wis wiser.
A VAIN wan's ottbo is, "Win gold
and wear it ; a generous, win gold
and share i ;" a misers, "Win gold
and spare It;" a profligates, "Winl
aold and spend it;" a broker's, "Win
gold aud leuid it;'' asaun-u .r's, "Wan
gold and loowe it," a wise man's " Win
gold and wake goo I use of it.''
[South Bond Evening Register.]
When certain powers are claimed for
an article, und everybody testifles that
it does more than is claimed for It, to
gainsay its worth is useless. 'his Is
the substance of the St. Jtcob's Oil
Two sulky lova in sat with averted
heads for half an hour without speak.
Ing a word. At last he ventured tc
atk; "H1ow do you like it. my dear?'
"' irst rate,''sais she, "it keeps my
Tnx product of the 4till-The deal
anti dumb alphabet.
Ta suiccessful man has many Imita
tors in his peculiar line of.business,
but still there is only one originator.
So, also. the great patroleum hair re
newer. Carboline, as now lmp'roved
and perfectedi, holds the ialm against
all .imitators as a genuine article of
merit. Try it.
Flames were riet-tily discovered I1
the emtre or a drawing-room in Brigh
[oil, England, and it was found that H
Lab'e hall beei set oi fire from the
Fovers becoimaig ignited by the sun'
rays, which had Ileen concentrated by
a decantter of water.
Nome acientis.s aMe now upholding
the building InI every house of a sma]
conservatory, with pipes leading Into
every apart.neit of lie homise or build
Ing to be ienlaad. I.b Is 1ltimed that
the ozone and oxygen thus Introduced
will keen the at" pure and s.eet, neu
traliziaag roe car b'uic' acid which i
eXptlled Iroina the breath.
Ladio-, nesad Thist
An infaillibte cure for Atrophy, or
untficle. cy of Develoamenat of' the Maim
ni airy Omsnama or B tsr. Adadrae Mrs.
D.. J U. Ddingramaa, Box 3m31o, New
Oraas, L u., witu $2 for lorma anid
inst rueitous.. Ibgimtiate treastrnenzt
aor thme ri nirval of the cauuse of this
DYarIrsTA blious att'c5a. hoidacho. andl
ma .a a a en aJa ly be cured tay bomovag~
slt hoir as.. IC al ey-i. r a a t- n* proved
to Ibe tlae most, e fec .at rem- dv.- Bece.
THE thermino. tamaer gets rid of
hs'iaaod by degzreeas.
Cured Serof ala.
Philadelphia, Pa., July 18,'1877.
HI. R. STEVENS:.
~easr lr-t can chceerlly reco'nmand your
Ye~ tm-t ' 4t , i s"reat il >a,1 Purlflor." I have
Se ni ali ag fromn sacrotia liar yVears, anal was
cu 01 by yur Vceet.. teep it c tmattantry
Oat ihan I to koe-p mty ii wals regn-tar, and amn
ohntitly raecamm nuding i., to ali whom I near
needina.~ a r medv(i alko yours.
Eclu pesonll-acqhai'nted iV LIh \Mr. M Get
tlgan1 canl vou-h f r ham as beong r"Ihable in
his statemun!, as I have sold lii ta ye etn j.
l). J. wV. A ELs,
Druggist,, l02l, iaenom Street.
Remarkable Oure of Sorofulous race,
Weaa mnster, Conn., Juno 19. 1879.
MR. H. Rl STEV1ENM:
IDoar 1tr.--- can testify to the good etraect of
your moffelne. M: lit to boy had~ a Heoroftuil
s -e b tak Ot i ts had its larg a las a Quarter
aor a do lav, ian i It wae t dlown a 5 fa~ se' fromt aone
ear to tatu o her, und-*r i4 nla kc. aral was one
so Id m as or a ra. Two botti a of your vaiu
tabia Ve7 -te comnpletely cured ii m.
. Ti. THTATCH ER.
Phlilloha, .July 8, 1877.
HT. R. STEVENS, Boston, Muss.:
we have sold yo r Vegti~tno for some yoera
pist,. an:h h r austomir4 raeommend at at beang
th' best, and st'rSat " Bood l'urlaler" in ui-e,
we have sold many ari totes or t he same dl sorlp
at mn, but Vegea tee gtvyes tha motst uiavers at sat,
tfacutiona. We alwvlya r-Cottmend it with con
Druggists, 16265 Market.'8treet.
I8 TH E BEST
SPRING M EDICINE.
Veiregine lasoldt b~y All IDrurgtt.
anee sann. M r O Caa'.. nsaan
To ALn Our iriends
Having had numberless inquiries for
advertis ing cards from Iadies in all
parts of the country who are interest.
ed in the prevailing fashion of making
"Cird Collections," we are having
printed for them a set of seven beaut -
lul cards each in six colors and on a
gold balcground, in the very highest
deacree of art, Illu tratlng Shaksptare's
'-Seven Age oi Alan," We have spared
no expense in tiese cards-they are
simply little'ar.t gems. Our only aim
has been to publish thie fluest cards yet
shown. Appileations for thetn have
cone In so rapidly that nearly the
whole. edition Is eigagsid betore the
receipt by us 'bf tie' crds fiom the
artist. We have therefore beena obliged
to adopt the.following p'au for thedis
tribution of the reuianidur: No more
of the gilt S IaKspeare otr.s, seven iI
tue series, will be a-:nt excepting itoi
the receipt of a ttateinen fromu a grocer
that the person applyting for the vards
has bought of hlin on that day at least
seven bars ot Dubb nu' itet tr o Suap,
with price paid for sameo. All apply
ing in sis niantier towill r:cvive the Iuil
bet of seven cards gratsa by inail. This
will insure us Jhut our lriAds and pa
trons get, their share of twese beautiful
desigas, although at in no nlanner re
pays us fo" the costof tile cards, Your
gracer has the soap or will get it, a .d
tue purchase by you of seven bars of
it at one time will secure fur you gratis
seveu really beautlul carde. Thu oap
lueproves with age, and Is an article ol
necessity in .our hiouse every week.
Therefore you are not aked to buy a
useles article, but one 1,.4& you inust
have any way. Pleame bend us your
ap)lilicaivou at once, and tel your lady
Iriends making "Card Colleutions," to
do the sate. (kiocers du ot htave the
curds to deliver. Buy thle bap of then,
send us , their bill, and we wil mnail you
the cards free. Yours reapeouttly,
1. L. CMAGiN & Lo., 110 6outh 4i
stur et., I'ilauuilviw., Pa.
P. b.-L.-unes not. wvishiig to buy
soap can get the U.u'is by remitting
cost price, 25 cein its.
PATRICK MACFIr liAN, with a wheel
ba riow, ran a race with a locomotive;
as the latter wgt ont (if Fight, Mae
observed. "Aff wid ye, ye roarin'
blaugard, or I'll be after runnin' into
Those languid, tiresome sensations,
cauoing you to feel scarcely able to be
on your feet; that conant drain that
Is taking from your systei a'l its elaw
ticity ; d riving the bloom from your
cheeki; that continual straini upon
your vital forces, rendering you irrita
ble and fretful, call easily be removad
by the usa of that marvelous rentedy,
Hop Bitters. Irregularitles andl ob
structious of your system are relieved
at once, while the special cause of per
lidical pain is rermanently removed.
Will vou heed this?-Cincianati 'atur
A WOMAN may be as homely as a
drove of camels, and as uninteresting
as a coun terfeit detector. but as soo
as lier husband is elected to Congress
and thvy tnko ip their residence it,
Washington and give receptions, she
becomes "handsorne of fa-clnating"
in the newspapers. 'ihere are no
WRITE to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham.
233 Wesiern Avennw-, Lynt, Mass., for
names of ladis tLhat have b ol restored
ti perfe3t ieal h by tile itse of her
Vegetabr' C-nnpound. L, Is a positcve
u'.re for LIue muost stubborn cases of 1c.
''I Qurur aigree with Byron," said
the lnanntiff, a lady, who was asuing
for d .v(.rce. ''There is nto stich thing
a fr Iilnlhp bet ween a mant und wi.
mant. " "'1liar, niatiamu,"' remnarkeit
lihe cunsel f or the dh-iei~ee, ili 0only
truae wtier. t' ey are mnarriti."'
liurn1l wiho In ve i., butt are recovering
vital aalitia. deinclara. in gr Ltu termns then.
.p3,reciat lin of toem ts ais a t4'nte o'f fiostet
'er a St oma ih lttirs. Nor'. only dtoes It, impart
str nni t to the weak, it, corrects nan trneg tar
saciae of the suom ch, makes the bowel.
act, .nt pr..per Intervals, gives ea-n to these whc
suffer iromo rineumat: aunt kidiney troubles, and
conhleirs as welt e p cen nt, fever and agse.
For sate by all Druggniesamnd Detalora generally.
(A Medicine, not a Drink.)
HlOPS, EUCIIU, MANDRAKB,
TIKS oP ALL OTEliIlTT~itni.
All Diseases of theatomach, Iowels, tllood,
Liver, afidn ye nnd Urinry orgns. Ner
voses iaeo n < specially
WIll he patd for a case they will not enure or
help, or for aiy tit nnh i in u r injuriou
Ask your drungaist for I top Hlitters and try
Untem before ynt usleep. Tnake nto other.
D 1. O. Is an ahsomute ndn Irrefshnfat.i 1re for
Drunknnnness, use of opinnin, tobaceco aund
Sara ion crutCrAni.
hlop itters, M r. - .. l t r~l. N. V., 'Trnin, (ot.
Those annswernang an afvertitaemont will
confer a favor upon tine advertiser and the
publisher by stating that they saw the adver.
iuament In fahi.. a,,na ene.mine. Che. panw
yOUJNoi tH Leanrn Tennnracpiiy I. Earn $40 to
o Imen Id Alu, tiai.,n
P LEASANT LUiKURY, SURE CURE
Head, 'Tbront, iLing Tr ni a. lien P. i, Meo neysrer,
*it. no W. W.Linn,e te so. Miami, st., Phi a. a.
FOR THE LADIESt
o . Pilar, an 0n i ni, li ado , I)uTin*Lad ea
n., inn i lar lm..o n nel ini .nnve liut onl to rnarch,
ti nlia yni re tiin tru-pl-tedl and cop~ecd fronam the
pIrLLIANT I1LACKL INK, leest in u-o at the
c o wii od rac oni C le en I n fna ybe nanle. li.
I WMIRtVl a, Alpena,ichi.
A Naw OLRAWS man lately cabld
to a friend tu Oiba. "68sand fro one or
wo uioinkeys." The reply came back:
"hipped you 76; .will send rest a
o umn as can be 1ound." The telegram
had gone: "Send me 102 wonkeys."
One Elperienoe from Wfan.
"I bad been slok and miserable so
long and had citused my husband so
much trouble -and expense, no one
8eemed to know what aliled int, tiat I
was completely disheartened and di
couragedi. ii this frame ot mind I got
a brittle of Hopf Bitters anti used then,
tinknown to mv'fanilv. I soon began
to Improve anid gained so fat that ay
lusband and familv thonlitilc Ptrange
and unnaturai, bitt when I told them
what had help,'l me, they said "Heir.
rah for Hop Bitters I lon;g way tLhe%
prosper, for they have ma'ie mother
well and us happy."-I'he Mother.
'IN question *why printers did not
sue. ced as well as brower4." was thus
answered. Beoanse priliters work for
the htaad, and the brewers for tht'
stomaca, and where twenty m0n hab
sounaihs, but one has braitn. -
VEoETINE wilL retulate the bowels to
healtiy ac lota, ty s, mulating fle
a oretlon.', ceausin.4 and gurifyi ag the
bood of polsnous humors, and, li a
heulthful 'and natural mlanner, expeli
all inmpurities without weakening tWe
"DocToR, "said a despairing patlent
to his physician. "I alI l a dreadiu l
state ; 1 i an neither lay nor set; what
shall I do?" "Why, then," ropited
the doetor, very gravely. "I ttAink
yno' had hiter-roor.."
IRS. LYDIA L PINKHATI, OF LYNN, MAS.,
LYDIA Es PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cure
for all theoe Paintl Complaints and Weanessea
so commson to our beat female populatum.
xt will cure entirely the worst form of Female Cons
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflanrmnstion and Ulcera,
tion, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
iinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change of Life.
It will dissolve and expel tumors from the uterus to
an early stage of development. The tendoney to can.
ourous humorsthereis cheocked varyspeedily by ita use
It removes faintness, flatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cure& Iloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Dobility, 8leepleane"s, Depression and Indi.
That teeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backacho, is always pernmanently cured by Us use.
It will at all times and under all circumstances act is
aarmony with the laws that goverra the femalo system.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of et.cer sex this
Comepound is unsur passed.*
LYDiIA 'E. P'INKHAM'S VE0ETAnLE~ COM
POUNDis prepared at 233 and S26 western Avenue.
Lynn, Mss. Price $1. Six bottles for 6o. Sent bsy mal
in the form of pills, also in the form of lozenmges, on
receipt of prlce, $1 per box for either. Mrs. Pinkhame
freelyanswersanil letters of inquiry. Send for pamnph.
tt. Address as above. Mfentton this I'rper.
No family s'aould ho without LYDIA E. PINEIJANV
LIVERt PILLS. They cure constipation, bilaousness
and torpidity of the liver. to cents per box.
arr uetd by all Dlruggiat.. "G5
The Oni~ Remedy
That Acts at the Sanme Time on
The liver, The Boweis and The Kidneys
TAM combined action vr~e. e toondertd
WyAre We Sick ?
Becane toe allow these great organe to be
cir ag L i~fr fod e Otu 0
that dwsdud be ezpoetud natuerally.
Bilosss P11es, Constipation, Kidne.
Complainte and Disneases, W'eak.
nesses and Nervona Disorders.
by ei~ng jre action of EPe or~an on
Why snifer liilnu ains and aches I
Why tormenlted with fee.Constiation l
Wh fightened overdis ordered Kidneys I
Why endure serious or sick headlachesl
Why have sleepless sights 3
Uke KIl)NEY WVORT 4nd rejoice In
healM . It isea dry, veetable comnpoiimd and
one packag. winl sea, e six qsf Medlelas,
0.5 iU of orJisqIahe toll order di
for iou Prce 1.00.
WELLU, 3Z0ARDO1 & ,o Prpiees
~ i(Will seed pet paId.) Darlingtona Vt.
bish is thechi pest eand nly pte and reli
Fone Is t e, tl.. to purorm al the arlne in
em ali occas ens.
in afullde rption of ewark a exira term a
Sents Ares NA TIONAL PUtilSIN G co.,
10., Pittsbnrgh, Pa. A A
Payne's Automatic Engines
a, ter k ge bibt ntl Ith n Ate
Cui~ur o d lor Iifust ratc1 0 tioA1om
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nlox 80, Conn N. Y.
$A Y EARn an 'exponses to agents
'1 1.1Outfit Vree. Address
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d Co. 808 (leor gre st. (fssesat N
De ImeeSEA, w
ALL THER PAINS
No Freparatiou an earth equal. R. AJACOnS OM aS a r,
8"~a tgIMPre and divyAP EjRxtcrnalt Itefnud_,. A 1trial entails
but . cipar' I"el trilIg outay f Wr0 , and .e"erY
on* suffering with pain can hays cheap and positive p~roof of
t eloiml' DIURCTIONS IN ELEVEN LANGUAOES.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN MEOICINi.
A. VOGELER & CO.
Ballmore, Md., U. 8. A.
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EASTER MU;Il! Send for 1i-tq or Eas'er Varols
and AlIthems and 6egln, lIn t,.ne, to practice.
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New and beaul iful Sund Iy tcamu S mng B lok.
By J. H. Tenney and liev. Ki. A. iio-lman. This
book wa- prepared by the- b hi, atletnt. a d may
sufely c aim to be aming he vt r. bat, Inuicl
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Any book mailed, pot-free, for retail price.
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J. IC. bITtION & CO.1228(heatnnt St., Phila
1st. Buy seven bars Dob
bins' Eleoic Soap of' your
2d Ask him to give you a
bill of it.
3d Mail us his bill and your
4th. We will mail YOU
FREE seven beautiful cards, in
siix colors and gold, represent
ing Shakspeare's " Seven Ages
I. L. CRAG IN & CO.,
116 South Fourth Street,
YOU CAN BUY THE BLATCHLEY
nslinslor with Copper- Poclan Iroan
mnanufacturer is wanrrantedl In material and con
traction. F-or saalo by the best haouses in the
trade. If yott do not know where to get this
Pump, wvrite to me as below. arul I will send
fan e of tie neate you, who will supply you
CHAD. 0. BLATCHLEY, Manufacturer,
808 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa.
dn.llfla r as tAga I Nw a'canss Oset
taraent MaanIfysis'ng Powe,.
tbud ly its iun't, ru b on t,
tstaee he hnsve~Ce ande w usnds,
- S-d., rasta Pts Flw rIn
[ y l es. l iu a 'rll u, ut
n Toho uwhlo. Le avth- Loun ed
Anrdres . I.. BY ItN, 49 ra-, Sir ot, N. Y.
DES to S1l0 per m'ntha. Ptondly work all iprng
and Summer. For fitll pa, ticuiunra, Adderess
J. 0. MCURDY & 00, PItdlphia, Pa,
Agente WVamted. *L5afIay made
I wrrimAsac.,asrins nt.
OR.nwand worndeaal. se~d w~ a
seeumne and os~
barn an., s les. Oonstipaton Rheumata,
ha. volutes ofte.ce ofits Won euren e
tO har stAa seee des.tte pu1h. ta kahatr