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SELECTING SIED CORN.-The yield
of corn Is very greatly reduced eis
many fields every season by the poor
quality ol seed that is planted. Seed
that was immature, or which was in
jured during or after the curing pro.
cess, was planted, and much of it fail
ed to germinate. After waltiag seve
ral days for sprouts to appear above
ground, the farmer ascertains - that
entire the seed has rotted, The
length of the growing season in
the Northern States is ordinarily re
quired to produce a good crop of sound
coru. If planting is delayed ten or
twelve days after the usual time, the
prospect is that the crop will be in.
jured, if it is not entirely destroyed,
y an early frost,
Ii one is assured of a good crop from
corn that is planted late, the trouble of
cultivation is very greatly Increased.
When good seed Is plantea on land
ireshly prepared it wil come up quick
ly, and deep in advance of the weeds.
Cultivation will, of course, be neces
karry,but it may with safety be delayed
till the young corn 1s sufilotently high
to mark the rows. If It is necessary to
Ieplant however, the weeds will be In
possession of the soll, not only before
the corn is up, but before it Is planted.
To have a clear field under such cir
cumstances will require almost con
stant labor throughout the season. It
is diflicult to fight weeds that have ob
tained the start of cultivated crops.
In case part of the corn germinated
and part does not the situation is not
much better. Considerable work Is
riquired to replant seed, and as it will
not come up till after that first planted
has made considerable growth, extra
work will be required in cultivation
during the entire season. Whatever
be the chairacterof the season,the corn
will not mature at the saine time, and
tihe chances are that the portion last
planted will not ripen before early
frosts occur. It is the practice of some
farmers to replant "missing hills''
with seed of seine early variety, so
that the two kinds may r'ipen at itbout
the same time. 6ecuring a uniform
pericd of ripening, however, does not
bCcuIr a uniform lot of' corn. It will
be a mixed lot which will rank low in
'I.fe first essential to success in corn
raising is good see(. If i farmer has
a good variety of corn, and it has at
tained a fair growth and become ma
ture oi the stalk, he can, by taking
stlleient pinhs, secure reliable for
planting. lie should select only tihe
1,est ears for this purpose. H1e can
itike a imiuch better selection wlien
the stalks are staiding on the lull
where they grow than after they are
cut up anid pit,, in shock, All but two
or thi ee hus0ks should be removed f rom
each ear, when they should be braid
ed together and hung in sone airy
place to dry. Ai tqually good plan
consists in tyig the ears in pairs and
lamiging thein over a wire suspen(led
In a chamber or some outbuildiig,
where they w% III be protected fromn tie
rain or snow.
If a farmer hits not, a lrst class va
riety of corn or has not. raised a good
crop en account of a bad season, dell
cient Cultlvatton or poor soil, he sholhid
procure his seed from som0 person
who has secured a superior crop. it
is generally better to procure a supply
in the fall thanu in the spring, as the
pice will be likely to be lower. No
crop is more dependent on the quality
oi the seed than corn. In this case of
R1nall grains it is very diiliult, to se
lect individual kernels to sow. Most
persons object to hand picking beans
and penIs with a view of selecting choice
specimns for planting, it is compatu
ratively easy, however, to select niot,
omiy ears but the kerinels of corn for
planting, as the amount of seed re
quired for an acre is comparatively
3 EGcs are limed by packing them in
a liquid e ast~0 follows: A 1pe0k of'
fresh lime is slaked in suflie'lent, water
to make a thin paste, W hen thor'
oughiy slaked, which will r'equire
twenty four' houi's, water is added to
tm n 4t so that it can be stm'ained
thr'ough a ine sieve into a cleani bar
rel, which is then filled with wateir,
when the eggs, pierfeetly f'meshi, are
laid carefully into kegs of' brrels, and
the stiirred lime liquor is poured over'
them, a board being Iloatett on the top)
to keep the eggs tunder the surf'ace, In
tis way the eggs may be kept six
ONEc great object in feeding aninmals
should be to enrich the landi,-hence it
-- becomes of' the greatest importance to
knowv what food can be prioduceed that
will injure the land in time least., and
eni'ich thme mianurie heap the most.
l)RAINAois improvetu the textilre of
the so11 because it render's it mellow
KArery one knows thaut a glass gives a
gravei' sound on being struck wh~en
containing water than when empty.
The relations of this class of pheno.
mena have been studied by M. Alontig
ny, who got eleven bells belonging to
the chime of an old clock and compar'
ed their tones w~heon merelv 111lied with
liquids, or' w~ihn lmmnerised in liquids,
with those they give ini ir. lIe tried
different liquids, viz.: water, alcohol,
othier, and suiphide of ai'bon, lie
foundl that, hioweveir the l iqutid wals ap
p~lied, the sonid given in contact with
it was always gravei' than the natural;
that tihe lowt ring of tone was more
marked the denser the liquid (thtus it
w~as less wtih etliher thanti withi sulph)11de
of eat bont) ; also more marked. whlat
ever the liquid, whlenm thme bell was coin.
letely l'imi'sed than when it was
miorely filll ; and that, with either
mod0(e of appliention, tihe iower'ing was
greater' ior grave than acute notes.
-The addli~ional fact that the lowering
of tone when a bell is n:erely fillied
wvith a liquId and that which occurs
when, being empty, it is iunersed in
tihe liquid up to its llp, aire exactly the
same, shows that the alteratioin is due
to time influence v,;ich that part of' the
liquId in contact with the metal lias oni
the vibrations of the latter' (not to say
metal and liqu id f orming a vibrating
whole.) F'urthler, thme co~mpre'ssibility
of the liquid is a factor ini the result..
Water is both less compressible amr-.1
morro dense than alcohol and ether, a adl
it loweirs the tone more. Th'ie result, is
also all'ecd by tbe form of the boll
a nd .thie elasticity and (lonsity of' its
substaiice. it is obvious, lastly, that a
chine which presents a perfect gamut
in air no longer does so whenm in coni
Th'/e Royal Engineers have tried thme
eff'eet of gun cotton bringing downi two
old chiimneys at thme D~ockyard Exten
sion Works, (Chatham, England. The
first wats demolished by placinig a neck
lace of gun cottoii inside the ciminey,
the total charge consisting of about
four and a half pounds. Thelu secont'
was destroyed by placing s'x chmarge4
of the expaosive in the cenire of the
base of the chimney, the total chiargu~
weighing 28 ounees. TJhe experiment
was very su~eassiul. At the instant
the ek~ctric spark ignited tihe gun cot
on, the chimneys 1:ocame wr eks,
EASY IIOUSEKREPING NO W-A-DAYS.
A couple may set up for ' themsel ves
with very few utensils, scarcely any
provisions, and next to no knowledge
of cookery. A gas or oil stove takes
the place of a costly and cumbrous
cooking range. Coffee is not only
parched but ground. Spices and pop
per come all prepared for use. Every
kind of bread, cake and pastry can be
purchased at a slight advance on the
cost of the material they contain. If
one wishes the sport of making them
self-raising flour may be had at any
grocery. Fruit of all kinds, all ready
for the table, can be purchased about
as cheaply as that which must be pre
pared. Not only lobster and stmell
fish, but salmon may be bought cook
ed and ready to be served at a price
little above what the crude articles
cost 1 and cooked corned beef, tongue,
pigs feet and ham have long been in
the market. There are also canned
soups, that only need to be diluted;
minee meat, all ready to be put be
tween pie crusts; and roast meats and
fowls of all descriptions. Some gro.
aers keep mush prepared for frying.
Boston baked beans, put up in cans,.
have had a great run during the past
few years. English plum nudding is
also upon the market. Fried pota
toes are an article of commerce. Cans
of cooked green corn, beans, peas, to
matoes, cauliflower and asparagus are
found on the shelves of every corner
grocery. It is no longer necessary to
have a cook, or to be a cook, In order
to keep house. It requires scarcely
any cooking utensils to provide a warm
meal. A can opener, a frying van and
a coffee )ot are the principal requi
sites. Even the Jast Is not absolutely
necessary, since a mixtureof prepared
coffee, sugar and cream can readily be
obtained. It is even practical, now,
for the novice to (lispense with a cook
book, as the label on every can tells
how to treat tile contents.
A 000> ANI) CHEAP WHITRwAsH.
Few people know how easily white
wash Is made and how valuable It is
when properly applied. It not only
prevents tae decay of wood, but is
greatly conduielve to the healthful
iess of buildings, whether wood or
stone. Out buildings and feuces,when
not painted, should be supplied once
or twico a year with a good coat of
whitewash, which should be prepared
in the following way: Take a clean,
water-tight barrel or other suitable
cask, and pult Into it about hall a
binhel of lime ; slack it by pouring
Water over it, boiling hot, and put in
a sullcient quantity of water to cover
it live inches deep, and stir It briskly
till thoroughly slackened; wein the
slackening has been thoroughly effect
ed, dissolve it In water, ant add two
pounds of sulpha~tt of zinc and com
nhon salt. These will cause the wash
to harden, and prevent the cracking,
which gives an unseemly appearance
to the work. If desirable, a beautiful
cream color may be given to tne above
washi by adding three lpondsLltl of yel
low ochre; or a good pearl by lead,
lainp, vine or Ivy black. For lawn
color, add lour pounds of umber,Turk
i64 or American-the latter Is the
cheapest-one pound of Indian red,
one pound of common lampblack.
AN Inquirer wants to know how to
grow rhubar'o, or ple-plant. Tils Is
easy inforination to furnish. In fact,
rhubarb is so readily grown and kept
growing in the same bed for so many
years, that no one who has even a mite
of a gardenm should be without a little
bed of It. It ia really the "pie-plant,''
as It Is tihe fIrst thing to grow In the
garden that, a 1p10 can1 be made of', and
hence comes very acceptably. As a
sauice, too,or side-disha, it Is excellent.
it is ea1slest growni fromx the roots,
wvhich all seed-stores have for sale,
and it comies a year earlier. Seed,
however, canm be SOWnl inl the eariy
spring, amnd when once taken firm root
thain out to about, three feet square. In
after years, when the st~alks not cut
oil' for use show~ sigats of' going to seed,
cut, oil the tops. We have ai small bed
thait has1 sulplied uts year after year
wIthouit beintg disturbed, except to
cualtivate amoneug it, for some fifteen or
SonA lonl RIRN.-AllI kinds of
birns, including seis1 anid sun ibiuns,
are almost 11imediaoely relieved by
the appheiiat ion of a sohation of sodha
to the burnt surface. It must ce re
memubered that dry soda wvill not do
un less IL is surrounded with a cloth
maoist enough to dissolve It. T1his
method of sprinkling It on and cover
ing it with a wet cloth is ofteni the
vory best. But it. is snfilint to wash
the w oud repcatedly with a strong
solution. It wold be well to keep a
bot:le of' it always on han md, made so
strong that more or less setties on tho
bottom. TIhis is whaiit is called a saltu
rated solution, and11 really such a solut
tlin as this Is formed when tihe dry
sodai is sprinkled onl and1 coveredl witih
a moistened cloth, it is thought by
some tlhat tho pain of' a burn us ceased
by the hardening of the albumen of
the flesh which presses cmn the nerves,
anmd that the soda dissolves tile albu
mendi and relieves the piressure. Others
think that the burni genlerates an acrid
acid, which the soda neutralizes.
CARV ING K NIVE EXhcUTION.-llere
is may method of' beheading fowls:
Hoeld the bird in the iright hland, by
the legs antd lips of the wings ; grasp
its neck withI thes lef't hand, close to
the body, and lay its .head on the
block ; let an assistant place a carving
kiiife upon its neck and1( give it a coulie
of blowvs with a mallet; thiein slide the
left hamnd downi toward the end of' the
nleck, and hold it wvith tihe left hand
unitil it, ceO:1se to struiggle-niot too
tightly, but so that it, will bleed f ree
ly. The advaintage of tis meothod is
that it, prevents the fowl from flopping
ar'oundu and~ getting tho feathers all
bloody and soiled, and it cani throw no
blood upoin the opleraltor.
To( ireimove ink stains from printed
books, pr'ocutre a cenit's worth of' oxaili
acid ,whh dissolve in a silalli quantit~y
of warm water', then slightly wet the
stain with it., when it, wIll dliSap
p~eari, leauvimng tihe leur unin jtured. Th'ie
oxalac acid miust be hanl~dled carefully,
as it. is a dealliy polsonl.
Sman'imv. anud tastef'ul table covers for
beihcoin-i imay b~e imade of pale blue
Canton flannel trimmed wil antique
lace, or with velvet ribbon feather
stitched on, anld finished with fringe
made of blue split zephyr or bhetlanid
,CuAnc OAJ. powder is good for pol
WhAling kn ives ithuout dlstroying the
blad es. It is also a goodi tooth powder
when finely pulveirized.
I'Rt1vRNTION excels cure every time.
Always keep Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
convenient; take It In time and you
will be free from Coughs, Colds, etc.
Sold everywhere. Price 25 cents
A MINIiTER out in the for West, who
has been troubled a good deal over
marriage fees, Issued the follow Ing
oircular and price list: "One marriage
plain, $2; ditto. kissing the bride,
8; dItto, trimmed with one grooms
man and one bride's maid, $4; fifty
Dents extra for each additional grooms
mauk or bridestnald. Bachelors past
lorty will be charged extra. Maids of
age, ten per centum off. Mileage will
be charged in long distance inatches.
Liberal reduction to'clubs. Payments
iA cash; no notes or reourities aocept
3d. No money refunded or rebates
nade for poor goods. Como early,
md come often."
A CREIITOR who had glien his debt
)r a week to contrive some plan to
neet his obligations called at the ex
)iration of the period and pailtely
isked: "Have you thought over that
natter yet?" ' 'otexaotly," reip ond
id the dobtor, with a troubled look'
'you see 1 wanted to think of Ita gooa
leal, but the very day you left my
loctor told me I mustn't do any brain
(Rookford (Ill.) Register.]
Fell Against a Sharp Edge.
This Is furnishad by Mr. Wm. Will,
1013 - Frankford Ave., Philadelphia,
Pa: Home time since I received a
nevere lujury to ny. back, by falling
%gainst the sharp edge of a marble
itep, the stone penetrating it at hiast a
half-Inch, and leaving a very painful
wound. After suffeinlg for a time, I
3oncluded t> apply S. Jacob's Ol, and
am pleased to say, that the results ex
Deeded my expectations. It speedily
allayed all pain and swelling and by
continued use, made a perfect cure. - I
really think it the most efficacious lini
ment I ever used
Two urchins, dirty and ragged,were
lying in wait for alms. A well-to-do
looking gentleman passing at the me
ment was accosted by one of them.
"Please, mister, gimme a penny to
buy some bread," implored the gamin.
"Get out, you little rascal,don't bother
me," was the reply. Thereupon the
discomfited urchin turned to his coin
panion and observed, "Billy, he must
be a millionaire."
WnEN a boy gets whipped by the
schoolmaster, the chances are that if
hie tells of it, the old gentleman w ill
give hin another thumping and then
go and thump tie schoolmaster. The
boy can decide whether ie prefers to
avold the second whal iing or take it for
the sake of getting the schoolmaster
lamimed. It sometimes tears a boy ip
terribly to make up his mind.
"Doc-ron," said one of our best
young mien In so~ty ; "doctor, there
Is some tuing the matter with my
bralu; I know there is. What shall I
do about it?" And tie doctor etainly
but firimly said lie guessed it needed a
little exercise about as much as any.
thing else; and now the best young
man goes around saying the doctor is
[Ciiamborsburg, (Ia.) n oraid.)
After vainly spending five hundred
dollars for other remettles to relieve
my wife, I have no hesitation in de
claring, that St. Jaco-b's Oil will cure
Neuralgia. says t. V. 11. Ilorsom,
Ecq., (of Pinkinam & Ilersom,) Bostcin,
Masi., an enthusiastic indorser of its
"BA r.:. this evening,dcar ?'' liuquired
lDesdemuona of Othello, when sine sawv
hini loadinng up his old navy revolver.
"No, mot this eveining, love, sim'othner
evening." inc replIed, asB he reached
for thec pillow and wedged it sottly
ulown her ausopliagus.
THEYc askedi a Provid ane mini if thne
girls of that city are hnandome. ''land
some I" lhe criedl. "lland some I W hy
handsome is no namne for~ them I"
Thnank Iheaven, there is otne hen est
man in Providence.
"LooK hero, boy, this Is a miserable
cartiicate your teacher sends me of
your standing," said a Gatlveston pa
rent to his son. "'T'aint my fault. I
ldin't have the getting up of it, onr it
would have been all right."
Purifies the Blood, Renovates
and Invigorates the whole
ITS MEiiDICiNAL, PRiOPRTIca s ARE
Aiterative, TIonie, Nolventg & DIuretie
! Reliable Evidence.
Veg dni. sIi.nI. SravEa:
Deoar sir-I will most cheerfully
,addi miy tosthnmony to tine great
.I numhor yotu hive alreadly re
Vcgcti110 cived in favor of yourgreantand~
dio int thlink enough C in he said
in its praiso ;for I wats t,1oti bi- d
Vege t ine over so years with that dreandfui
b disease, !atarrn, and had such
badl coughing speils Iliat, It,
wotiuld seemi as thnough I never
Vcgetiin Could breathe aniy more aind
vegotine hans cunred me; tii i do
feel to hmank God altlinhe tIme
. i had. there Is so good a medicine
Oe in s vegoinlo. and I also think it
C~~~l1one of thne host~ melicimnes for
coughs and weak, sinking foci
.1 lungs at, dine stomnacih, and ad
Vecgctine! vise evrytodiy totaike tihe vege
I tino. for I can annsure thnem it Is
ono of thmo heat miedicines that
. .over was.
OCor. Maguazino and w'alnut, sts.,
Vegetino~ GIVEN hEA LTh,
NTht ENUT H & APPETITE.
Vcgcinctrent beinemit fre tin yse of
Vegetlnu. I~er declininug healthn
was an sotirco of great anuxlvt-y to
tilt her friondis. A few hot lios of
bvegeti ugn restoredl her health,
0'00Insuranc anid Real Esato Ag't,
a ilicostoni, Mass.
IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGUISTS.
"WHAT are you doing there, Jim
my?" said a mother to her meddle
sene boy. "Looking for a lost 'art,
replied the delver into solence, min(
pie, black-berry )am, etc. "Lot m
assist you to rise in the world," re.
spondet his maternal relative, as sh
fondled him with a broomstick.
A vanY tall, thin ighlander sai
that he "had a cold In his head, orig
nating in wet feet." She looked I
him slowly from head to foot and bac
again, as if measuring the distance ti
cold had to travel,and then ejaculatei
"Gracious me I you must have wc
your feet some time last year."
A Lady's Wish,
"Oh, how I do wish my skin was a
clear and soft as yours," said a lady t
her friend. "You'can easily make
so," answered the friend. "H1ow?
inquired the first lady. "By usin
Hop Bitters, that makes pure rio
blood and blooming health. It did I
for me, as you abserve." Read of It.
AMBITIOUS nOY: "Mother, may I g
out Westand filht Indians?" Mother
"No. my son; but you may go dowi
to the cellar and fetch me up a scuttl
Wit heard a man tell his son tha
maple sugar was produced from th
maple tree. Ilow can that man expec
his son to giow up truthful if he se0
before him such a horrid example.
PIMPLIs AND HIUMORS ON THE FACI
-In this condition of the skin, th
VxoErNE is the great remedy, as
acts directly upon the cause. It clear
ses and purifies the blood, thereb
causing humors of all kinds to disa
Aly little boy went to his first tea
party when 4 years and 3 mouths old
Upon the hostess asking him how hI
liked his tea, ho replied: "It is ver
nice, I but think it tastes very muc
of the water."
''Hiniut is probably nothing so exhil
arating in the experience of the am:
teur gardner as when he steps upo
the hoe and the responsive handle im
mediately arises to implant ferven
kiss between his eyes.
To allay all troubles incident t
change of life Lydia E. 1Plniham
Vegetable Compound has no equal.
A SoUr END maiden asks : "Who
a young man comes tWice a week wit
a carriage and takes a young lady t
the theater and a supper afterward
and makes her magnificent presenti
what does it indleate?" It Indicatef
na'am, that ie has got more mon;
to fool away than we have.
A roon young man remarks the ont
advice ho gets from capitalists 13 "t
live within hi1- incotne,-' whereas, th
diilleulty he ex periences is to 1iv
without an income.
Can Pl'es be Cured ?
Is the most Impor ant question to-day w:t
suffering millions who, when looking at Qb
long list of useless pilO noitrums, fool as til
afilicted Bible Patriarch, like exel timing: '
have heard many such things, milorable con
forters are yo all, how long will ye vex n
soul and break me in pieces with words ?"
is not recorded that Job had pilca, bu- le coul
not have bad anythimig more pasnful, and ti
same questii might have boon asked then i
since for three thousanad years. Can piles i
curied ? We bolievo that Dr. Sisbee has solv.
the problem, for nothing Is -more certain the
that hise " Anakesis" does .absolutely ari
promiptly cure the worst cases ef piles. W~ho
hal f a million of afilicted assort positively thi
it has cur'al them, and In 20 years no one hi
used the doctor's wonderful remedy withmoi
instant relief, and by following lia sImple ii
structione as to habit an I diet, all were bena
fitted an~d over 95 per cent,. cured, all argi
meonts and theories of those wvho haven't us<
them, go for naught. Anakesis is now pr
scribed by 'physicians of all schools and hi
been plronounced as near infa'lible as isi pos5
ble. It Is eaily applied, perfetly safo, Il
stantly relieves pain, and ultimately cures tI
most inveterate cases. It has grandly solva
the problem that Pdles can be cured. lHampl<
of "Anakesis" are sent free to all suff'erersc
applhcation to P. Nonstaodter & Co.. solo mai
ufiaoturors of Anakosis, Box 391i0 Now Yor
Also, sold by druggists everywhere. Price
PoNDEn on these truths--you cannotI
weli or get well if your bowels and kidno
refuse to act properly. Kidnov-WVort will
store their healthful aotion.- Tribunie.
No one ever yet saw a man wi
mac a move to separate two dogs er
gaged iln battle, as long as Ils OWn d(
was having the best of it.
Mhooting Chills down the llaok,
D):l p 'In in the limbs, nausea. bllousneso, al
5a'itOins of apptroaching fever and ague. U:
willhout, delaey Ilostetter's stomaoch Bitter
whIch substitutes for the chilly sensation a gi
niatl warmth, regulates the stomachm, and in
parts totic totho fliver. The bowels, the tomti(
and the billary gland beIng restoredI to a healthi
cond111ion, the disease la conrluered at the ou
set,. For sale0 by all DruggIsts and Dealers gei
DEDERICK'S HAY PRESSE
are sen t anywhere
tra to aoer
best. No (
taredl ai c
pt any ott
cor ixt Ion, an.ii
way Itfrlor taiit4 cn ito soldi tor T deiv
i stmepeinci bytrldb'ulet sly false stt emets, a
erwkase at 'the urchanser a Deilrr
ers td arl knor it to relto how tip. Addt
erick & Co., Albany, N. Y. and No. 165 West 16th t
Alienatumt ity, )1utne Brs & o., Onu
n -,. R. itnisalns TxsjwJ .iK
Price Press Co., Wean Loandro, Californas.
Those answerang an Advertseumen: w
confer a vor upon thme Advertiser sind si
Publiab'er'bystattng that they saw the adv4
tisemtent Inl this toursa lUnambI~' thme poe
Ordinary letter paper, says the
Compte Rendu if well heatd and
briskly rubbed with the hand or with
0 a brush, acquiresi electric properties.
SIt adheres to tables and walls, and
- when the hand is brought in contact
with it, slight electric discharges are
quite visible if the experiment is made
in the dark. Swedish filter paper will,
Id however, give sparks several centime
I- tres in length If it is thus treated:
tt Steep the paper first in a mixture. of
k equal volumes of nitrio and sulphuric
e acid. After the paper has become
1, pyroxilized through the action of the
t acids, wash It well with water aid dry
it. if the paper is then placed upon a
sheet of waxed paper and briskly rub
bed it soon exhibits energent'o pro
)e1 ties which may be used to rope tt al
I inost every one of the usual experi
0 ments in static eleoti Icity.
Oaueo and Eiot.
I The main cause of nervousness is
t indigestion, and Is caused by weakness
- of the stomach. No one can have sotind
nerves and go3d health without using
Hop Bitters to strenglthen the stomach,
iurIfy the bloo 1, an I keep the iver
and kidneys active, to cirry off all the
1 poisonous and waste matter of the sys
e tem. 8eo other column.-Advance.
t A prize of $200 in gold tas been of.
a fere I by Mr. H. 11. Warner, of Roobes
t ter, N..Y., for the discovery of any
comet during 1881. The comet must be
unexpected (with the exception of th3
comet of 1812) and telescopic, and Prof.
Lewis Swift, of Rochester, must be
immediately notified of its discovery.
COULD I but see Ca-to'ine matie,
And view the pro ess o'er,
No bald heaa pats would make afrai
Nor gray hairs fright me more.
As now improved and perfected,
- No oil was ere so sure,
All skin disease, of limb or head,
3 It never falls to cure.
ii Two friends meeting, the following
colloquy enuoed: "Where have you
been ?-' "To my tailor, and I had hard
- work to make him accept a little
money." "You astonish me I Why ?"
"Eecause he wanted more?"
IRS. LYDIA L PINKHAM, OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
y VEGETABLE COMPOUND.
d Is a Positive Cure
tZ for all thoso P1aintial Comopininte and Weakneses
Is socommen toour best female populutin.
1o It will cure ent Irely the worst formn of Femalo Com
d paitsal oarin roble, nfammtin nd lcra
tin aln m Dslcmns ndt7cneun
d0 pnlwansadi atetryaatdt h
d reovs ae flastrt uedsry l rvn
0 stuloaintanreiv wenansso and Wtach.e
il eue Bltigy t~aheost Nervosotatofiaaein.
d plannra, Dlity aiatopblessn, Depremsion and Ulndr
9 Than, Flling oft Dihea entsow, cansingh paincwent
dna bakho, an ias prtanently adaed to itsue.
It will disslvies andepe mor fcrcumsthne at in
anharoy wtgte filastat oenThe temacylo an-em
id Fors hurtheroi chdeke vermpeaintsybf ithrs uhs
Ptoremovs prtere atnin33 ad3estrnal cAvn
Lynrtin,Maas., atic . Sei o tesak ofor h5. Slnt al.
id teor ofebil, alels ntefroegs, Dorsso ni
Teceat felincof berin bow forsigr pai. eihm
Itreell ator all tes f inu lir mSanc act iaph
ishronyt. t tdde aws at.genn the fber.esytm
For therpiiyof thKie. celantspo ir ex td
- YI-E SoIld yAM DruggAiae. il
The isPreptaed aet 3eantin Wsern Avee.
Aobin tefr f11aso I hfr of lozenges, Man
moseit of prce *v proxorti lther itrs,kh
fregyauwr al etrs fIqr.Snd LfoadHalhlesoringup
Aot. Adosna bv. to cathd s.
's No failshaold be posibtyhong exDIsA ero HopI
o opIeratIonS. Ie uocntptobloses
To ioIb all whs lmentses iregla
i y ofcte mbweor orfar Horgn, orhuo ron
duran Aetir oniond itall tostuand,
-Hostp rat oer tiar esnafabll thert ites,
- oaesthengretslo uii ie
No matte abu toreungsUor caymtomsn
aro whdedsease nposibly lon eist wher Hop
fters are' tuntdlsoaed i a bueret are youi
optons.o a rmsrbluothma no
Itmyseyou lfet as s rtt~ag m d unrd.
Too whosepadfra o Pl~etey wili n
tuooheop.Dor noufrr orans yor whro
cgumlieranAptucnerg Toi tous mild Stmlat
Uotemomera olopa itte io lugg -
drNe nosltrum byut the ePurs or symptoms
areinate seaseor al thetLis tr ofitD
only fOeel bad o pierbeson t fatmi nce
shoh0bewithepdout c ettyhwllm.
cure r nhelp, Do no surr os youm freo i
rteemer op Iite Is no.V, adrug
Rochster.. a d To ronto. fart,
SbTh is the cha pet eamd only 09eeadr
For ItSells how to perform all the variousde
a ,and how to appear to the beet advantee
SAQMNTs wAWTED -send for circulare sontafa
l as flldeeipti anof the wr nd exma ems
: TEACHERS WANTED. -
66 to 9665 per month. Steady work all spring
Ilt and summer. For full particulars, Addrcss
*-3. 0. MOOURDY & 00, hlepi, Pa,
y00No B ENi Learn Telegraplbyl Earn se
- moos Adrs thAIENTIN BB DRS. Janosav i
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to A **AY~e,,eah. All E X4N
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E' 1~FOR SA LE !
500Shares New York and Ohio Tuntnel Mlning
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ly lRemt by Draft or i. 0. Order, P'rospectua alsled
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of P. O. hox 00i7, DE N VNa, CoI,OnA DO.
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A shoddly in loih, foreign Sub
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exam ins o l F oers
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1. mail A GENT s NT.b
A adraes M. L. flY RN, 49 Nassan ttreat. N. Y.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Baokaohe, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all oMer
Pains and Aches.
..o Prearation on earth eqUals& ST. JACOBS 011a
a a safc at ro, apelo and cheap ter
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trilling outlay of 0 Cents, and every one sufferiag
with pain can have cheap and positive proof of Its
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SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DBALERS
A. VOGELER & CO.,
Balimore, MU., W. S. Aa
Constipation and Piles.
ft P. Lrk, South nporo V t o
of 11dny Trudles It s. dat isieAnsrm. IS
h"a Ured mW, *M1a e of Mi s and bob
Nelsn Frehldkof & %no. VL, say to i
or proles vae. Aerr sIxtobyea9rs'eat
m Ples and Cotveness it cog.
Q. IL lioabon, of Dlerkahiresayso "QO pact
a~has done wonders for me on c orWayu.
a sever. iver and Kidney 00aM nto
IT HAS i
BeaseltAotao wntnLlV33, mue BOWdLaa
the UDNBTB at te same time.
Because It cleanses the System of
in0l2sonous htmors that developS
Kounee and Ur adr disee t B
Pilesrro dheum s Neuralgia
an evous disordes
KKNEYWORT Is a dry veftle een.
"land and can be sent by mnall ]VropAid.
One package will make six qts of medicine.
WBay 16 at the Druggists. Prico, $1.40.
WILLS, RIEARD80N & CO., ropriestrs,
12 (Will snd poet paid.) Burlingtn, V6
Battle Creek, Michigan,
IEANFAOTUREBS Or TlE OitLY OENUIN
T HRESH ERS,
Traction and Plain Engines
Mostoomnplete 1cao rFactory lEstab isha
aourmnzat opr loaton to her
oa esr ft g0in dna or go
Nnnbwou- r u
eve eseen ath ereian a achet.
4 ircud, seto Adale feres andfvee~
foNIiCH'og t.or ,8tH pEPiqAftlc &nconer.
lion n4 ,aie at re ek, ioheranr.
Exon sies Sara Etorson' iita1 ored
eat n cho tam or ered aetu e
nd 13 e i lloeet f Sllecte n u a Dw
7aer0OoOuartme (ae tas lars aiMadrV 1d
on~san on 25n, fro clohi sbil h
coaAlE woodI-workof or mint fEer Cao
oaea oat ural d l cbnt eavnead na
Faomksfr BundyTschools evenre binhed E
Ami to th peis maled foircl 80chner.
Now sbscrBeortte MCrook, Mchig.9
QURET OKEN FLRSH OINS,
200,) snth onest are colloergon SaBoud
Ie austo Voc' 1 Saer Qutare (an i
e1Wldies, ($) are~&' alsofthe bt. oheoso
BAnye bok arled, (tost-free, for reale pric.
OASTER DIRIitsenon it & o, BstrCol.
J.T. lO BE0.A28CO sN t LIG T,.Pi
Now a~l beutofu Suas. o..o Sn clihm.
No.w esub scre or the M sicA inCOa 9
DR. RADWA V'S
al SHEA BLOD PUMIFIE,
00ERUIING T 0 N VITIATINO
4% D A Fe
0 1Jr at
Liver Cont plaint, &o.
does the Sareaarillisa
Vb1. ....aior. t44
Y M** o "Dioni~ rIf
rese u= and Skin a
atr i . M ,%i b
It t re @ 111 i eo rk 0
EN am h tIn and a
whoa vsl~&Nw~er nin ~fe smal of
the in1. jeld by Drug
gists.PR18 ON O.LAnt
UD AND. BLADDER' COMLAINS,
ue ottle ota mere of thactive pnOR
"A" Wof eil the wey ote orors~l
~ule veermi tme mx 91ere.
.h a a ...ardr
ar an eapnd i (0311 1 , s wh oi tsan
FEVER AND' AGUE,
"WAiOll diooharge frmsebwi re tpD iR
On*% lasstude will oeow th ue dt ie R. R.
riT WAS THE FIRST AND 15
The Only Pain Reomed~y
ha lnstantr itamma the most OCUciating
gdnl1a er Jr the Lunge, Bomach lw els
A oe glanes or organ y one appioa tlon.
In ronj0 me to tidntr iut 5, nomt
u Neualgic or prostrated ith dEa maory
ufrRADWAYD EIEF*1 afr
in~ammastien of the Kidney.,
Innama mn eion ofSe Biadder,
lore Threat, DIfAH cstreathi nge,
*ysterios, Crougp, Dig a ia.eH aa
N r uen u' Sleeplessness,
FoEVERlls ANDu ChUills
Chilblain. an Frost Btes.ils
te appicato oa the hed eit artbr,8 ra
ford eas and contrna paor 010 ih nh
T rt to itdrop in gar hal tuble of
wanor wil in a fe mcknue cuk r ams.
tpa s Sors soa.h atun, Sick hea
ROiarwa, seneryult. ind Pills.e
ilwl.and Naltral pins.er pratn
RHEGEATISMBIUE O ALNl
oftrh eirshul alway qarre bl o R i
wasdear, Nreic with the, feonsain
ater all revents ofthes Inornpal uscfrm
bne wtr t ns better, ha ern
hand h Ber a r t imunt. 8 P ine Fity
terfoth Herate, Cootking Auferlen.
andNaurl1n th cerOeoaiPsa.
Petl itarite 0h leran Bdoauseb
'rt 618rgaa abo n enin
p ther uramong LicBwls maytbead .
"elserand Tuee -
e vry nain o btethr,'
ad alldeangements ofthe moterainger
wla 1%tedmto effect aik erfect olPu
ye et her olating to mfercn, isneral e
3r other ids rg byoeapiain
In==Ad ne -oF,%iaRt AnueTaR.- *at
trsen h iolt or oxwing tos ra tine
p .atio, iwardrilen, fr . o Chr e ., Bodin
u Ation orthe th, ase eat
bu r. Dgs O FoodT FULIEo Wig io
te'in'.ach, ord***ctat. i'aig r u.
Ites t the Haser anor eing o
110 w ere inre ln posuren Di.e @
Vin, Daote oesfr the ingotFvrai
flaati n the e . o' ra
sote in gl tye Ladings
fheoe, hesat, Lims nd 1udeauheS
PHpai B n the lein hle
GRATwdsso WETR w GUNPLE Wil Ret,
systei Cromaleoveame Diphth era.
Fri.,35 aetioprs InRena
ereet Tatthradherps eate
bok nd papersnnesbeto Nleeasnea
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Clbl and Frose ," en
SON T th RedIATON
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