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CURE FOR WOUNDS AND SoRC.-In
tbe treatment of wounds and sores jr
animals dilute4 cyirbolic aoid is inval.
iinable. In hot ''ther it often occurs
that a wound ognnot be cured because
of havin$ beqpgie putrid end dyblowq
when ganki-efn sets in and the animal
Is lost. Carbolle acid can be adqink.
tered with a almost certainty of aff
Peting a cure. It keeps a wound in a
healthy state and enables nature to
heal it. When putridity has commenced
this acid will at once destroy' the
gerns of decomposition and purify the
wound. 1t has also been applied with
equal effect in cases of scab Mid foot
rot In sheep for a miutito or so in wa
ter containint one-tiftleth part of car
holle acid. This is' done aftei the
sheep is shorn. It is not necessary for
this purpose to procure the pure acid,
as a cheajr preparation answers
cquallv as well. The-foot rot is treat
ed with a mixture of the acid with
some greasy substance and coal tar,
capable of forming a plaster oft such
consistency as %Yii adhere to the ani
mi's toot for two or three days, mid
thus prev.ent the air fron striking in
and destroying the effect of the appli
cation. Where there itre maiy of a
flock so affected a mpre expeditious
method is to separate such frbm the
rest of the flock, place the fuid mix
ture in thle bottom of a trough and
cause the disabled ones to pass through
it slowly. This may be a good deal of
trouble, but one who has a care for
his flock, and knows the value of such
care will hardly begrudge the labor.
To produce healing of a wound in a
horse or a cow, some stimulan t is near
ly alwaysA required. This may becom
mon spirits of' turpentine or the com
pound tincture of benzoln or that of
tmyrrh and aloe's. Either of these may
be applied with a feather once a clay,
or If the wound I^ deep, the stimulant,
should be injected to the bottom with
a common squirt can or 'n syring.
Wounds should always heal from the
bottom, and to secure thia the opening
should be kept free, by means of a plug
of lint (ipped in the stimulant used.
Lint may be made by scraping a piece
Of linen cloth such as a towel, with a
knife and collecting the loose fibers.
LinEI only should be used, and never
cotton or wool for this purpose. if
buS is inclosed in a wound and theop
ening is permitted to close, an abscess
will be formed, or the Pus will be ab
sorbed, with so'me futtire ill effect. In
the ease of deep, punctured wounds
careful search should be made for the
1ossile 1)1P esence of' splinters or other
foreign bodies and to enlarge the open-.
ing will often facilitate the search or
assist in the ultimate healing.
AIANOEN A ITonSi.--T'hIsis caused
by an insect. Whitewash thes
an-' e' "" 'th line andl -
0,, ha.ve no real ha- er Of Plram
.. 11h .,. ,rll - . . -.. over the
1loor also with lik0... ihe mange Insect
will live upon the wood work 1or some
months, aind return to the horse if not
destroyed. Treat as follows for the
diease. Make an ointment oft lard,
twelve parts, carboll eld one part,
and sulphur two parts. Rub these to
gether thoroughly, until it is well
mixed and smooth. Work some of this
olintment into the affected portions of
the skin twice a day. (ive an ounce
of tlower of sulphur daily in the feed,
until the persI")raItion of the horse
smells strongly of it, then (iscontlite
it, but continue the use of the 1int
ment some time longer, until the skin
recovers a healthy appelaIranlce.
A CHIEAP' CON -IELLR,-Au ox
chanige saiys that a handy corn sheller
mny be maido from a piece oft plank
two feet long, two inches thick and
ten inches wide. Drive eighteen pen
ny nialls pret-.ly thickly mnte the ccon
aal portion01, just so ft hat they will noet
come ihr oughi, anid for' a distance of
ten or twe lve ihcs along the surface
of the plan11k. A small strip should 1)e
lacked :.cross the upper end and on
the uipper side to 1ho1d on to the top oft
a~ bc x whelin In use. Th'le corn isashell
ed byv rubbing the ears uipon the heads
oft the nails, the board resting in a
slanting positilon In the box.
O PlUM Is hamrvestedl in this mannier
in the proymece of Kiweilihow, China:
As soon as the petals fall an incision
is made in the pOppy head with a
small three-bhladed knife again and
againi, ui~tii all thme milky jusleesescapes
anid is secu redi in tihe bambi)oo tube.
When the julimie is dried in the sun and
turns black it is considered lit for
Tuxn Newv York IIHAaD reccom
memiis as an excellent remedy for
s prainms, sores and bruises, spralined
hock joints and still' joints generally,
ini domestitc aniimals, a liniment comn
Posed of creosote, one ounce ;'turpen
tine, one ounce ; olive oil, two ounces;
mix and rub upon the affected parts.
it is also of great advantage ini thr'ush
amid foot r'ot.
DniAINAOnI will prevent our best
graisse's from run ning out. Is wvill
prevent clovei' or wheat from fi'eezing
T1annmivg Fr' .S'kin.-Tihera are sev
eral ways of' doing it, but the follow
lug is recommended as amongr the best:
After having eunt oil' the useless parts
and softened the skin by soaking, r'e
move tihe fatty matter from the inside,
andi~ soak the skin in warm water for
an hour. Th'len mix bor-ax, saltpeter
and glauber salts in equal parts, anid in
the proportion of about one half' Ounce
of eachi, for each skin, with enough
water to make a thin paste. Spread
this with a bush on thie inside of the
skin,applying more to tho thick than to
the thin places. Double the skin to
gethuer, lesh s'de inside, and lay it
away ini a cool place. At the expira
tioii oft twenty-four hours wash the
skini clea n, and app~ly in the same man
ner as before a miixtur'e of one ounce
sal soda, one-half ounce of borax and
two ounces of hard white soap, imcited
slowly to'get her without being allowed
to boil. Fold thme skin together again
ats before and place it inl a warm lhaco,
where It is to remain for anotheri
twenty-four hours, at the expiration
of' which, soak It for twelve hours in
the folowing: Four ounces of alum,
eight Ounces of salt amd two ounces oi
saleratus, dissolved in sufllient hli
rain water to saturate the skin. Th<
skin is not to 1b0 placed in the miixtur(
until it is cool enough not to scald th<
hand. Afler soaking the twelve hours
wriiig ouit'the skin and hang ump to dry
'When dry soak again as before, and re
p~eat the soaking and (dry process tw<
or three times, or until the skin il
s ufliclently soft. Lastly, smooth thn
Inside wv ith hine sand panper and pumle<
Joh~n D)uncan, a poor' weaver Cf A bor
deen, Scotland, who presented the uni
versity with his herbarium of nearl:
twelve thousand British' plants. ccl
leetedl by him while engaged as a bar.
vest laborer, is now an actual pauper
A little present assistance would be o
more use to himn than a monumnio
alter bis death.
A lsn 0 STUFFD
Choose for this pirp) a ' ,firin'
cabbage; take of the uter 'av and
141h boiling water ten minutes, then
in very cold; do this several hours be
.fore you are ready to stut it; when
perfectly cola bind a broad tape about
it. or R strip of muslin, that it way not
fall apalt when the stalk is taken out;
remove this with a- thin, shatp khife,
leaving a hole about as deep as your
middle linger; without widening 'the
mouth of the aperture, excavate the
centre till you baVe po for four, or
live tablespoonfuls Wfored neat,more
if the hoead be larger; chop the bits you
take out very small; mix -with sine
cold boiled pork or ham or cooked sau
sage-meat, a very little onion,l)eppor,
sat, and pinch of 'thyme, ind some
-biead-crumabs; fill the cavity with this
,aid a wide strip of muslin over the
hole in the tol), and lay the cabbage in
a large sautevpan, with a pint of "pot
lIquor' from bolLed beef or ham; stew
gonly until.very tender; take out the
cahbage,unblnd carefully,and lay in a
dish; kep hot while you add to the
grljvy, ihen you have strained it,pep
per -a piece of butter rolled in fIbur,
and two or three tablespoonfuls , rich
.cream or milk; boil up and pour over
LACQUERIcNo.-This Is done in two
ways, called cold lacquering and hot
lacquering. By the former, a little
lacquer being taken on the brush,
which should be a common camel-hair
varnish one, it is laid carefully an(d
evenly over the work, whic, is .then
placed in an oven, or on a hot stove;
the heat from this continued only a
minute or two Is suflieient to set the
lacquer, and the work Is finished. By
the second method, the work Is heated
first.to about the heat of a fliat-iron as
used by the laundress, and the lacquer
quickly brushed over it in this state,
the work being subjected to the oven
for a minute or not, according to the
judgment and pleasure of the lac
Picicutr ON SIi.K.-A very simple
process 1s in use by which colored
pictures imay be applied to silk so pr
fectly that the ornamentation is mis
taken for hand-painting. The pictures
of flowers, fruits and other objects arc
printed in oil colors on especially pre
pared pal)er, and can be arranged in
designs to suit one's fancy. They are
transferred by simply moistening the
back of the picture with water and
pressing it on with a hot iron. 'Iis
iecoration is so much easier done than
hand-painting that ladies are using it
for ornamenting the panels, collars,
pockets and sashes of dresnes.
Uiir young me
8s: 0.,A1. -A health publication
-ays one 4f the m1ost pi nenOl1 t causes
of catarrh is the excessive use of salt
al(d heaters, such as sweets, fats, con
(ilments and starch. This excess of
car bonaccous food ex'cites and in flames
the iiimicous membranes of the throat,
iniasal passages, bronchial tubes, etc.
It is also caused by indigeslion and
constii)ation. leadaches and neura
gia proceed from the same causes.
SANITAlY EnmtOn.-A. To bellevo
that the nore hours children arte at
their studies the faster they learn. 2.
To belleve that the more i person will
become. 3. To believe that if exer
cisc is good for one it should bo taken
at all hours and seasons, the more
violent the better the result. 4. To
imagine that the smallest roomi in the
house i s large enlough to sleep in. 5.
Tio. cat without appetite. 6i. To eat a
hearty supper tile last tihing at night.
CUnEC FOil ~ilICc0om.-A medical
journal gives the following safe and
simple)1 means of relieving thuis trouble
some disorder :"Inhiate the lungs as
fully as possible, and thus press firmly
on the agitateti tiaph ragm. In a fe w
seconds the spasmodic nechon of' the
muscle will ease." This umay be true
of ordinary h iccough tbut this symp
loim occurring in advanced eases of
disease accompanied with great pro
strationm is almost invariably an indi
cation that deathl is very near.
lamurAT10N os' lyonv.-Make isinglass
and brandy'in to a paslto, with powder
ed egg-shells very 11neiy groutnd. You
may give it what color you please; but
east it warm into your, mould,.which
you previously oil over. Leave thme
ligurie ini the imiould till .dry, and you
will find, on taking It out,that It bears
a very stromng resemblance to Ivory.
FEI.oN.-A certain cuire for a felon
is said to be to wind a cloth loosely
abiout the tinger, leaving the end free.
Pour in common gunpowder till the
niileted part is entirely covered.
Keep the whole wet with strong
spirits of camphior.
STrmAW lh.scix.-Strawv hats and
boinne ta are bleached by putting them
p~reviously wamshed in pure water, iuto
a box with burning sulphur; the
fumes whlichi arise unite with the wa
t er on the hon1 nets, and thie suliphumrous
aceid thus formied bleaches thienm.
GI.UC FinEt ANDJ WA'i'nal'noo.-noii
a handful of powdered quick lime in
four ouinces of' linseed oil ; boil It tihick
and spread it on tin plates ini tiheshade
and it wvill becomo ver'y hard ; it is
easily dissolved ovem' a slowv lire.
llEmF having a tendency to be tonghI
canm be made verv palatable by stewing
gently for' two hours with pepper and
salt, takinig out about a pint, of liquor
when half dlone, andi letting the re-t,
boil luto tihe mecat. Make a gravy of'
the phiit of liquior saved.
hlii a 1pound( af borax will dlrive
thie dockroacheos out of the hieuse. A
large hand ful of . it put in ion gallons
of water saves toni per' cent. of soap.
it is an excellent dentrihice, and the
best thluig for cleaning the sca'lp.
Bxxswax and salt will make rusty
flat-.ironus as clean and smooth as glass.
Tie a lump of wax in a rag,. and keep
it for that purpose. When t~he irons
ar'e hot.rub themi first wvith 'a wax .rag,
then scour' with a paper or . clptlh
sprinkled wlth salt.
R UsTYv black Italian crape mayO bie
restored by dipping mn skimined milk
and~ watmer, with a bit of tlue glue dis
solved in it, and made scalding hot. it
should be clapped and pulieo.1 dr'y, like
O:I.itD PA rnnm.-Brush sheets of paper
ever with "'boiled oil,'' amnd suispend
thuem on a 1l1ne until dry. Waterproof.
Employedl to tie over potsandlJar,anid
to wran) upl pasts, blacking, etc,
i't.PnvEu'IloN excels cure every time.
-Always keel) Dr. Butll's Cough Syrupl
.convenient; take it in time and you
t will be free from Coughs, Colds, etc.
t SollI everywhere. Pnice 25 cents a
otiPLEC oet do- a
9 the cloth nta, I
-are intervie d u r In t
search-of a coat. The senior of the a
firm handles the now nojer, and soon
fluds a 'first .class (it." In answer as
to the ptIce the response Is, "Eighteen
"Well, ait ,I Ike thtcoat very much,
but'.on*0:.le thle pM-4d.s .
"Well, wine front, ze price is noth
Ing so.you-like.zo coat.. We let you
take 'em at fifteen dollars."
-. fp ,ustopier still complaiu of,.tbe v
Pr 00, ayinj'that 4fteui .*-dollars wds 4
oo much. This was too heavy for I
tite dealer, so, t#ing his-customer to
the ext'eme "en of "th'e store, and t
dr.wing hm into a dark colier, he
whiSpered in hid ear: ti
"Mine frient, I let you havo zat coat a
for twelve dollars and a half." b
"Well, sir, ' said the custoiner, "I g
like your coat very much, aud am
satisfied -with the price, yet, I would
like to know why tie mysteribus p'er
"Well, mine frent, you see dot leetlo
man therel -lie was mine broder. He 8
got ze heart disease, and so help me
gracious, If he was to hear ie tell. you ]
I take twelve dollars and a half for b
zat coat he drop deadn mit his track." g
. - C
Luookford (1Il.) Register.]
eell Agalust a Sharp Eige.
This ls furnlsh3d by Mr..Wm. Will
1613 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia, t
Pa: Sonie time since I received a
severe iujtry to my bapk, by falling i
against the sharp edge of a marble
step, the stone penetrating It at least a
half-Inch, and leavings a very painful
wound. After siffei Ing for a time, I c
conoludel t') apply St. Ja'ob's Oil, and
am icased to say, that the restits ex
ceeded my expectations. It speedily t
4layed-all pain and swelling -and by
continued use, made a perfect cure. I
really think it the nio3t eflicacious lini.
mont I ever used.
A TRAMP was 1ooking wistfully into a(
a coilce saloon on Galveston avenue. tr
Ile smacked his lips and said: "I wish hi
I had sonic cotfee '" A kind-hearted )a
gentleman reached in his pocket, and i
taking out ten cents, handed It to the
unfortunate man,saying, "Go and geob
some coffee, if you need it so bad."
The tramp took the money, but
instead of going into the coffee saloon
he niade a bee line for a barroom. A
"Ilellol Come back. There is nio
coffee over there," called ou tthe bene- A
factor. "That's all you know about
it. There Is coffee and cloves in a
saucer on the bar. I've been there
before." itieras- a t1
TEi soul-destroying olrcus has al
ready begun to decorate the dead
walls of our [dearly beloved city with j
its colo'ed posters. It takes our boy h
an hour and a half to do .a five
minute et rand and thoroughly digest a
the various attitudes of the "horde of y
perforini ig clephants,'' who drink ri
from the hung of the barrel to the V
iusic of "A little more cider, too.''
LCbamborsburg, (Pa.) Ilerald.j
After vainly spending five hundred
dollars for other reme(lies to relieve I
my wife, I have no hesitation in de
claring, that St. Jacob's Oil will cenf
Neuralgia. says M. V. B. Iersom, f
Esq., (of Plnkhan & liorson,) Boston,
Mass., an entliusiastic indorsor of its
A nia six-footer was lifting fo"r all c
lhe wats worth on a wasgon wheel which
wams stuck, when a little two foot mite
of' humniity nearly as broad as he was I
long, an~il ust out of' dresses and intoi
p~ants, with his hands in his pockets
and1( a swaggering. air,sang out: 'Mis
toer, (10 you want me to help you? 1
can grunt while you lift."'
AN exchange prints an article head
0(1 "Hlow Olcloth is Mado.'' We have I
road it through carefully, but have 1
failed to find the information we seek
which is how oilcloth Is always niade
so allired coldi.
..nI. .gDIaoN is now perleoting an
inventIon to draw cold water from a
Now that warm weather has set in,
marriages begin to abate.
Purifies the Blood, Renovates
and Invigorates the wnole
Alterniive'., 'Sni c, Soiventg & D)Iuretic,
\ ege~line Mit. H. 11. STAus: .
Deamr Sir-i will inost cheerftilly
midd Iny tosttlnony to thu great,
. ntinhe.Lr yon itiv iilready re
Xe(11 eecutved In favor of. youmr groat, andI
ndinedicio. 'veget ine, for I
C o.tinkOugh c'an hie saidt
. i I 1s pri ; for I was I~roubi. d
Vegettiie ov'er' so years wvitht 'hat dreadfnl
disease, C!atarri, aiid had suclt
bad coughing spell~s Iht lit, t
..woldk scm as t~hougih I neover
V 1110t ihcouu'd breatho any more andI
iveglno hiis enri ime; ant I do
.i that thore is so good a medhiino
V0egct110c as Vegeltint,, and I also t hink It
one of ithe host minlines for
I cOughs and weak, sinking f.eel
V . : ngs at t ho stomuacht, and ad
'vgctil0 vtse tevery bodly to take~ the vege
tune fot I can assitre thema ii Is
i ne of thu bost, mediclies tha'
SCor. Marazine and walinut. s.s
( Camtbr~t'go, Mass.
111a EuT a A'PPETITEi.e
0 0 tllo!My daugtter hats rr' c e I v e d
V e ih jgreat, beneinit, from tho usso of
was a source of great, atixit-y IC)
~~ ~il her' frIend.'. A few boitiles of
.vot h(Veget.tno restoredt her health
atrlength and anneit Ito.
lr aitsuranco and nteal lstato Ag't,.
Vc d i! Jioston, Mass. ,
IS SOLD BY ALL DRU!G1ISTS.
AT 2 o'42ook '84, da~ f*i
ootblsok At 66' ti 'WIwi o
Ills in the Postofflce,.corrl p chew
ng -gumn with all his bltig 61 Fivi
iinutes later a . see9R1 - bp7y 4appeqrei
":hat you work' on ?
"Is It goo(]?"
" O u b e t I I I -l i
. nt to lend it tm or vM
'."Say, Jim, yer stingy mnean."
"I au, el? That's all fou know. I
(ouldn't let ye chow this gum for no
lonly. I've got such a bad breath
hat the gum would pizon ye."
-'here wassilence fpr amingito, and
in the eeot I idea.
S y, JIm, I've o Iged you lots of
inei anti now oblige me. Take a
waller of keaoqene oil and purify, yeO
reath so that 1 kin have half of that
A Lady's Wish,
610A, how I do wish my skin was as
lear and soft asi yours," said a lady te
or friend. "'You cant easilyV make it
," answered the fidind. "How?''
iquirell the first lady. "By usinig
Lop Bitters, that makes pure rich
lood and blootuing health. It did i
)r me, as you abserve." Read of it.
Soair Eastern tourist had been spin.
Ing some incredible yarns, when one
the party, turning to an old moun
"Bill, that gets away with fishing
k Montana, don't it"''
"Wall, I don't know 'bout that."
"Do you mean to say that.you have
Lught more larger fish ?"
"No; but 've caught some purty big
"Come, now, tell us the weight of
Le largest trout you ever caught."
"Wall, I can't exaotly tell as to the
eight, but you folks can figger on -it.
ow, you know it is over two hundred
tles arouind the Yellowstone Lake.
uit that down. As I said before, I
m't know the weight of the biggest
out I over yanked out, but I. did
ul up one on the beact, and after I
tided him the lake fell threefeet, and it
isn't riz since."
NUI.D I blid See (R A 0 in" n1al6
Anti vlow the pio 0ess o'er,
o bald head pite would make afraid,
Nor gray halirs fright me more.
a now iuptroved and perfected,.
No oil was ore so sure,
il skin disease, of litnb or head,
It never fails to cure
r. sr una tl1 -
iqyagIl bgny Jones, that dog ol
ours gave me an .awful fright IasI
ight. As I was passing your. house
o came tearing out of the yal'd, bark
ig and yelping like - all p'ossesssd.'
ons-"Oh. he won't h'urt you.Fogg;
ols perfectly harmless." Fogg
Yes,- that's what I told Mrh. P. thh
torning. - He's perfeetly harmless
le began-to be harmless just after lie
mt at me laat night. I had my rovol
er in my pocket. Good mornin
Can i'lores be Cutred-T
s the most Inipor ant question' to-day wtl
utfforing millions who, when looking at thg
)jg list of usoloss pilo noatrumn, feel as th<
Cllected 1L blo l'atriarch, liko excl riming: "
ave heard inany such things, ni-erable coli
orters are yo all, how long VilI yo vex m;
oil and break in in pieces with words ?" f
i not recorded that Job had pilos, but he c'on <
ot have had anything. wore pailful, and thi
sine question might have boon asked then a
inee for thrce thousand years. CJan piles b
eired? We believe that Dr. Silaboo hans solv.
ho prolemo, for nothing is wore certain tha1
hat his " Anakesis" does absolutly ani
r1omptly cureC theo worst cases of piles. .WVhom
mLif anmillion of afiliced assert positively thu
hLas cure'd cien, andnt In 20 years no one ha
ased-tio doctor's wonder ful ronmedy withont
niatant roliof, antd by followng his cimple in
tructions as to habit ant diet, all were bone
itted a' dl over 95 per cent. cured, all argu
lot and1( thieorica of those who htiven't uses
hioni, go for naught. Aniakesis Is new pre
cribed by physicians of all sch-ots and ha
cein p ronounced a't near inifallitdo as is possi
I16. I t is esmsly applied, perfectly safe, In1
tantly' relieves pain,. and uiltmutatoly onres th
iost inivotorato casos1 t 10 .s grandly solve'
lhe problem that Piles can bo cured. Hanple
f "Anakosis" are ect freo to all sufferors 01
pplication to P. Noustpeditor & Co., solo man
facturers of Anakosis, Box 39016 Now York
Uo,. sold by druggisti, everywhere. Price $
Pesm'in on these truths-you cannot l>
roil or get well if' your bowels and kidney
of use to act.proper'y.. Kidney-WVort will rt
tore their heatthfu ahiction.-Tribune.
LAwVYKn'5 mot to-" Ite truithful an
nultlply andi replevin the earth.'
tlhootingt hills dowan the flack,
lull I) *in in the'liants,- dtusea. .blllouQaneso, at
yilupt OIin or ahproaching fever and ague. It
ithbout declay itstetter's tornleii hIltter
bilih subst lttnItka for' the chilly sensation a g
t warmth regrilates the stotnach, andh n
arts t one t o Iho yie'. Theim howeis, tihe stomae
ndU ihe biliary gland being restoredh to a healtl1
onditiion, the (lIIsenso is conltitieredl at, t lie on
ot. F'or sale by all Druggksts antd Decalers gem
Thle Pu resl.and lit 31ed ieiuo ever 3utado.
Ace inntin of Hops, Buohuii Man
drank e aini Dandeioro, with, n11the'bst Alnd
lim cI urli. tilo proper'at.ics of all otheli11tti ri,
mank e, he greatest Blood P urifier, ~lver
Regu I t 'r amnd Life and Ilenih )heutoring
Ageni; oni earth.
No dtJsea-e e an poseibly lonng oshet where Hfop
litters aO it s odi,lo variedI and porfoet erothai
T'heygirtnowl fo indvisortithoagolanifim
re nll whose o mpnl'oyments eane irregulri
ty ol th~ seiyelos urlinary, organs~,i or11 who
(laire Anl Appe'tizer TonIn, anmi liSilInulant,
1ii. liitht es are invat iunblo, wi t hout i nteo*
ic atin g.
No miter whatyour to Cilinini o r syminptoms,
are what the direaso or al 'notitn is use I1lop tlt
tera. Dlon'tVAL111 w iaiyou C 10 lk but1 if you
only feel bad1 or1 misnle., usinen~jti at. once.
I ilnly savo yotirife.it has savod0i humb-edint.
$500 w i ho paid for a ca so thboy will noet
Ceroo help. Do) Iot NuIYer Q1rletyar indgs
siifultrmbt se aid ur go thetn to use H op B
\idlete ever mrado;l the "IiSAUng FtIthCND
and ilorEW' and no0 peoson or fauully
P.j.o. ia an ahleoluto and irrt't4Iilo oan
ori)l inkem.iie'4.Io of opium, I ohnsec atual
(otr iinr. t'pltrs 1g. Co.,
llochuester,N4.Y'a:,ut Toronto, out.
Those -aniswering an advertisement WI
onfer a favor upon Uhe advqrtiser %nd tIm
ublsher by statn that they saw th6 adve1
istuint In thist aurna (naminag the papei
ZO assorted that If'e 'person epose
- tr1ys4lftto tlke eleotrio. light or sg '
hIn ho ds a hr powitan
and lie will 'diui ies 6idn hi
goqtenanue as ,quigcly as when I
ges about, unprotected by. a sun utn
brolla In mldsutAmer.
VaUse and Mofibot,
The main cause o' nervousness le
Midigestion, and is caused by weakqeps
of the stomach. No one can have 9oti d
nerves andi go3d health without using
[lop Blitters to strenetlien the stomach,
jiurify the blood,- an-t keep the'live'
and kid neys active, to carry off all thi
poisonous and waste matter of the sys
tem. See other column.--Advance'
M.a .'ubi has 'pateikted in- Franbe
method of oonverting Iron into stel
and at the same time producing illu
minating gas. Iroft is placed in a rotor
wilh charcoal or coke in layers, an(
heated to 900 dog. 0; fatty matters ar4
then injected, and as soon as . docon
position has taken place a Jot of dr3
steam is passed over the incandeseen'
mass. Tite result Is said to be that th(
Iron is converted Into stool, and car.
buretted hydrogen is given oil froni
PUNIPLUS AND liuMolts ox TiM lAcs.
-III this coniilio of the skini, the
ViEGirruN E: is the great remedy, as it
acts direotly upon the cause. It clean
ses and purliles the blood, thereby
causing humors of all kinds to disap.
An old sportsman has carefully pro
served in his. house a- spider's web,
which serves as a novel and very deli
cate batomoter. When the insect find*
It necessary to shorten the threads
which suspend the web, rain and wind
may be expected; If reefs be let out,
fine weather is certain; if the spider
remains inert, rain will probably fol -
low within a short time.
To allay all troubles incident to
ehairge of life Lydia E. Pinkhiam's
Vegetable Compound has no equal.
The digestive process of a mosquito's
stontach is so slowly performed that
when the Insect has dined on a human
being it continues for forty-eight hours
to exhibit blood corpuscles,
MRS. LYDIA L PNKRAM, OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
row *~, Is a Positive Cure
fralthorn. Painrul Compiunit and Weakcnessei
ocomnto our best femnlo population.
t viii curo entirely the worst form ot Female com
pliaints, aU ovarian troubles, Infiamrraition and Ulcers
tion, Failing and Displaicemecnts, and the consquen
Bpinai Weakness, and gs particularly adapted to ti
Change of Life,
It will dissolve and expel tumors from the uterus ti
ent early stago gif dovelopmnont. The tendency to eal
esrous humorstherois chocked very speedily by its use
It removes faintness, flatulency, destroysanl cravini
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomaci
It cures Biloatlhg, Headaches, Nervous Proetratior
oeneral Dobillity, sleeplessness, Depression and Ind|
That reeling of bearing down, causing pain, weigi
and backache, Is always permanontly cured by its us<
It will at all times and under all circumstances act I
.aarmony withs the laws that govern the female systerr
For the curoof Kiney Complauta of either ser Ohi
compiound Is unisuripassodi.
LTDIA E. lNKHlAM'S VEAIETABLE 0031
POUND Is prepared at 113 and i13 W'estorn. Avenus
I Lynn, Mass. Priceol0. sux bottlesforS$. sont by m
- in the form of pills, also in the formi of lozenges, o
.receipt of,price, $1 per box for either. Mrs. Pinkchas
freely answers all lotters of inqluiry, Sound for pamnpi
I let. Address as ahovg._Mention this 1haper,
No family s'aould be withouit LYDa'A E. PINKfHAi
* LIVER P1H1S. They cure constipation, blileousnes
and torpidity of the lIver. l5 cents per box.
gg- Sold by all Drsaggiae."E6
Battle Creo -, Michigan,
)XANUFAOvTREnB O- THE ONLY GENUINE
T HRESH ERS
Traotion and Plain Etngineo
in the World.e 1848
of STA -O Eo,,in mEAnswco ,,tland
~ eul~wi YER spresewithu clnmroreet
nr i iatog i u t, er litre "a9conu s
y Fu ls fsaratrs ftrom al o2 oso
' tc f I -1 : ") orePoo
costPalyo han f rwhichisbit' than.
co upral o wood-work oif (or snotldnory~l.,
- v r son o Aioli AuIN ue,
oU4 m~its oN seIa fregraphy ani (mrn m0u0
fornces d togte t s eo quas tn onstrp
wilaonet)tlrsl o rioe fb te aes
I o83la PIof NT-unaul IoroPoo "u
e o idAni-A vewr onh Alr E XcP EeNy.
TRA TIO ENGomIEaiS ig
Neuralgia, Soiatica, Ltim 6ago,
Backache, Soreness- of the Chest,
Gout,.Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell..
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Toofh, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
o Pains and Aches.
No Preparatl~n on earth equals ST. JACOnS OI.
9 a saf e , ampte,)to and cheap External
Remauedy. trial entails blit the comparatively
trilling outlay of 50 Cents, and overy one siferinig
Wi0 1Plin can have cheap and positive proof of its
]Directions in Eleven Languages.
SOLD BY ALL -DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
A. VOGELER & CO.
Aaltimora. Mld., U. 4. A.
aERMANENT LY CES
11.0 T.Cark, ouh flera,t snysi "Incases
o idiy Troubes a t i a harm.
has cured many verybad cases of riles, and has
never failed to-act eflclenti ."1
on Fairobild, of St. Albans, Vt., says "Itis
*J~km p e n.u and Costivoness it com.
plotely cured me."
0. S. Itogabon, of Berkshire, says, "One pack
agehs done wonders for me n co n opur
tng a severe Liver and Kidney Compini$NVW
IT HAS 11V
Dooaustit Acts on the LIVER, the BOWELS i
the EIDNEYS at the same time.
Because it cleanses the system of
the poisonous humorsthat develope
In Kidney and Urinary dIseases Bil
lousness, Jaundice, Constipation,
Piles, or in Rheumatism, Neuralgia
and nervous disorders.
JCIINFY. VOT R s n dy vegetable cem
poundand can be sent by mnjU pro"INE1OTIsay epuiabd.
One package will-mako six qts of medicine.
r3X.."- T r OT T t
flIuy it, at the Druggiat. Price, $1.00.
WELLS, EICHARDSONl & CO., Proprietors,
.1I2 (War send post pal<J.) Blurlington, Vt.
THE BEST MUSIC BOOKS,
QUARTET BOOKS FOR CHOIRS.
Excelent, ones are Esniaiersoss's SacredU
Qsuartets, Titonan' Encred Qiuartets.
Haissmnbacha's Steered Qutartets (andi is
new collecton). iluckc's Mlotette Colleet Inn
(and lils Soon.t Mot 0c.0e Coldetiton), amnd D~ow's
4 Snred Qsnrteta, (this last for Male Voices
only). Price or each of lthe above, $2 00, in
boarch,, ami $2 25, ini cioth.
b ASTiER MUSI~Cl Seud for lists of Easier Carols
andi A nthems and begin, In time, to practice.
THlE BEACON LI0HT,
New and beautiful Bunday School Song Book.
Ily J. Hi. Tenney and liev. .14. A. liolfinan. This
book was prcparec(i by the best, talent, aind may
safety c aim to be0 amnong i ho very best, music
books for Sunday Schools ever published. E~x
albino It, I Specimens iled for 80 cents,
Nowv subscribe for the MUsICAr. REcalD $2.
. GEMS OF ENGLISH[ SONG.
($200t,) is the best large collectioni of Bound
-Sheet, Music (Vocal). Ver'y poptilar. Gemtns of
- Gdrunasa Sonag, ($2) amnd Mooe u Irs a
Melodies, ($2) are also of the best, books 01
the sarno class.
Any book. mailed, post-free, for ret all prIce.
Oliver Dltson & Co., Boston.
P J. 10. DITSON & CO.128 Chestnnt 8t.. Pbtls,
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trial ii norait
leitma s tit
est. No o hic
- aredl shioi
up an y otlioi
- Dd ('rick's Press ib
('~~AE It lonmn a1 ivh
-113 s il <'l. -Ii o omd3
inioxpeii.1enced~ by ridiienaiiiiy fa so statemnts, andi
itns~r roi klints~ o ..'lm a Sirilmm til
IodIErie'k's always selis -Iho punrchmai'er a Dede'rleki
Pacs, msne nil kntow It tooi well to shiow ump. Acidresl
eo'ri &m' ym i Itmdsee o. wIiP IC. Di
Noh. ;1t. V. Tro~kmins4allas, Texans W Kn
PcoPress oSan Lanto it alifornia.Ciy t
blTh is the ce' pt etnd only omplete and rels
Forms. It tells hmow te perform all thme varlious 'n
te. of i fe, nd hew to aipear to tb.' beat advantage
AG hM NTs W A NTED.--Send for ecirculars entala
luga fuliclde ta it the work ,nd 'xtra erami to
R UPER TUS' Celebrate<
Singlo Drooch Loadini
. Breech Loaders,
at, $20 ump.
$TTen ap fr re-ImAst.oa Ph aiml ptln' a.
and Bummer F or full prticu mmlea mi Ad roem
J.a 0.o0R & t0hlaepia, Pa.
Agent e~anted. 415aDay ana1a
-( LP. WeIgh anto 2Slt Retail1
- oMSc ALD (Co., nchiuti (at
RB ERAT BLOOD PURIFIER,
FOR THE CURE OF VHRONIO DIRtAM
-OtOPULA OR SY P1ILlT BERiEDI
TARY OR CONTAGIOUS,
Be Sated i 'he aLungs or Stornmaeh, ki
',r fones, WIesh or Nerves,
CORRUPTING THE SOLIDS AND VITIATING
Chronio Rhoumatism, Scrofula, Glandular
Swllin, Hacking Dry Cough, Cancerous Alteo.
tions, yphilciro Complatitil, Ileeding ot'the
Lunr. Dypopsta. Water I rash, Tio Doloreux,
Wi 8w tiags. Tumors, Ucois, Skin and HIP
Discasei Mercurial Disoases, Femalo Con.
lants, .out-, Drop y, alt Ithumo. Bronchitla,
LiVer Comnlairt. &c.
Not dAly 40M the Saraparillian Resolveni
excel all-romedial agoae in the'curo of (hronto,
IOus, C9nstituttual and Skin Dise0ases,
Curt t s the only positive uro for
KIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
Urinary an'd Womb Pisrases, Gravel, Diabetes
rD4 B eag of Water, incontinnc o
Uri 8,rig s sea4, Albminutra, 4nd In all
dases ahire there are brick.dust dopo.its, of
the water is thick. cloudy, mixed with su.
Atanoeh like the white of an egg cr threads lie
White silk, or therq is a morbid, dark, bilious
apearance and white bone-dist doposits, and
Wean t4ere is a pricking, burning sensation
when aslng water, and pain in tu sinall of
the bk and along the lons. Sold by Drug.
gista. PRIRG ONE DOLLAR.
OVARIAN TUMOR OF.TEN Y RIARS' GROWTH
OURED BY DR. RADWAIS RICMEDIES.
One bottle contains more of the active prqcW.
a of Medicines than any oilhor Preparavton
aken In To"poonful doses, 'while others re
taire ive er six times as much.
CUltEM AND Pi(1VNTS
REM S FEVER AND' AGUE
SORE THROA T,
DIFFICULT BREATHING. '
Looseness, Dlarrhot. uiolera Mous e- pl&I.
ful diwharges from the bowels a1ro Inppet In
6or20 minutes by ttaking itativay's Itir Ij..
lief. No congestton or nIT mmnmatuon, 110 wjak
eor lassitude will follow ti use f thn it.
IT WAS TlE FIRST ANID )a
110 *Only Paina IH4)R3eedy
thit instmntly stops t.he o t ,ll) e.xvcrue1ilng
pains, als inflaminat to s, il ciros Con.r,,.
Lion wietr of thl Lu) I's, ic ' 'Inhtil howels
or other glands or ortzigan w on a pp at
In froan one to twenlty mmuIntnta-e, no mat.
ter how violen- or '- TCiiAtu; in t he n. 1. f
IthounitO.t. Bed-rid.eIn, unint :I'pph -. Nerv.
ous Neuraigo or protralel Vi' 1 enl, in-ty
sutcr. RAI)WAY'S ItEA DY Ih[i1l in affor-d
InflaanIaution of tile jLtd t-y,.,
inf111Innwimatlon of I s e1latsr
Inflaninsatios, ofr te IloveI,.
CowKnatoion of he lungs
lore Throat, )ttlic~uhltreat I. ing,
P1a1Iaptlationi o ise (? 1 art
Rysteries, Cron p, Di latincurta
IHeadache., Toot4harta.arv , lauena
Nervoustaness lstet sne i,
4 Chal Sh ills, A tno ii Ille
Chilblains And Frost iten.
The application of tho itealy itelief to I p' part
or partsa whero tho pain or iloult,y exiau, w.11
afford easte anIl coinrn,,
Thirty to aixty drops ini a half tutaibler o1
water will in a few mninutos eur.- (ramps.
Sprains. Sour St otaCh, llearthbtrn, tik .Iie -i
aclt', Diar~rlu i ys~m~t ry, Colic, Windn -u he
B~owel. and alli tnt ernli puaint.
TIraveleris should alw ays carry a bott.t le of t al.
way's Ready lielief with Utbem. A few drops.. ir
water will prevent, sicikness or painni from
change of waler. it i l etter i~huat Frenchb
iBrandyor liitters a a stimulant. Price iIfty
Cents per i ie.
Radways Regulating Pills.
Pefect Pturg..dive., Soothing Anertenta.
Act Without Pain, Always teliabte.
and Natural in their Operation.
A VEGETABLE SURSTITUTE~ FOR CALOMEL
Ferfectly tastehess, elegatii coated with
Sweet gum, purge, regulate, purl fy, Oleanse an6
ERAmwa's PILLS. for the cure of all Disetre
91 the Stomach, Liver, Btoweis Kidneys Bland
fe, Nevu iess Headache, Coastp tion,
lDo tvenes.andligestion, Dyppla, B11:ous
fleas, Fever bfiammation of heowels Pies
and all derangements of the Internal 'gicera.
Warranted to effect a perfect ours. Purely
Yeetable, containing no mercury, minerals oi
BWObserve the following syptoms resulting
trom Diseases of the Diesiv Orgn 1 Conusti
Patton Inward Piles, dliness of the Blood in
ead, Aidit of the Stomach, Nausea, Hecart,.
brn D~sgt of Food, Fullness or Weight in
the m~iach Sour Erutions, Sinking or Flut.
tering at thBeart, Choking or Suffering Sen.
mations when in a'lin posture -Dir.:,00, ,,
Vision, Dots or Webs Beore the sigh 'Fever an d
Dull pni in thte Head, Deficiencyv ol Perspira.
tion Yellowness of the Skin and Etyos. Pal in
the Aide, Chest, Limbs and Sudden Flushes of
Heat, Burning in the 1lesh.
A few doses of RADwAY's PIis wllt free thn
systemt from all the above-named disorders.
Priees, 30 Cente per Box..
We repeat that the reader must consult our
books and papers oh the subject of diseases and
their cure, among which may be named:
"False and Tue ,"
"Radwauy on Irritable Urethra,"
"RadwaF on Berofula,"
and others relating to different olasses of Din
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LEAD "FAL5N AND TRUE."
Send a letter stamp to RADWAY * 00.
No-8 Warren, Vga'. Lihurok St., New
Ilnforaith0A werth thousands will be seal
TO THE PUBLIO*
There can be no better grarantoe-of the value
of Da. RAruwAY's old.eta 'imshed it. R. R. RaMS.
i'I~s than the base and wrthless imitations of
theim as there* are 1'alse Rlesolvents, Reliefs
and 11i113 Be mute and ask for Riadway's, and
wthat the name "Radway" is en wntas yost
5000 It1,ares Newu York an I hi, 'iunne. I liniop,
andt hliling (0 sto . Iap in SMt,'HI. Shar',
810 eacha,non101 o Iq .Olit . 1I ,irr, .inau. I 'lit anid
Caolorado. Sh ill , IS u <1 to 112 '. St I u, -urfu.' ttre'
25010 Sharoa ai 81.25i, 2!-00 Shari, ni . I.:>u p..r Shi *o,
ihnit by D~raft ur P. (1. Or u-r. Prosn laeut t taul I
MAnit'w5 "macit & egy.
M3ine anuat. .'ytok liroker'n'.
777 ~A Y1CA It and Oxpeluist tIn nioui
Outfit bmra. A'it'res
GRATWET fl i 50U ' ,'sI WRS,
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~. j~AND' PILES?'
ORT. newand wondeeint romedy wata@ M
works naul inoiplee, Itreutores strenuglh
""of aeenmulted and poiomew
0bee aand, aloile. Oonettppatn Rhoematna~i