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As is well known, there are many
plants which thrust their seed vessels
into the ground, whore the seeds are
subsequently matured. The peanut is
a good xample of a plant which con
Ptantly exhibits this phenomenon,
Others again develop flowers aud seeds
entirely underground, while many
aquatic plants ripen their seeds under
water. The Persians, who are exten
sive cultivators of melons, have; the
curIous practice of covering this fruit
with earth at a certain stage. such a
method is in vogue among Persians
who live in the neighborhood of TlMis,
in the Caticasus. Only the choicest
tnd best keeping variety, the true Dut
,na, is grown. 1C Is a long, smooth
kind, which attains a weightof filteen
to twenty pounds, and will keep till
C'hristuas. The deeply tilled ground
is thrown up into beds a foot wide in
prying, and the seeds sown In a drill
along the center. Finally, the plants
are left at a preat distance apart, and
irrigatoni is ecI~oted through the chan
nels between the beds so that no wa
ter touches the plants. The fruit sets
iY? June, and only one or two are left
on each shoot. When the fruit rs at
tained the size of a man's list the earthi
is hollowed (jut, and the shoot (with
the exception of the 111)), together with
its fruit, is buried ther.n to a depth of
one to one and a half Inches, where it
ri mains until the fruit Is almost ripe.
Consid ral practical experience is ne
cessary in order to be able to deter.
mine the exact moment when the mel
ons should be unearihied. Wlhen the
culiI vator thinks that the time has ar
rived. 1 e withdraws4 the shoot and its
fruit from the ground. This is done
toward evening, and the fruit is left
on the Furface of the grotund, attachied
to the shool, and exi:o-e(l to the dew of
one night; but care Is taken to cut the
fruit the next moning before the
sun can reach it. It is then luanr
in a e oh, dark, dry place until reatldy
TuRE. are t everal prominent errors
In making butter which are quite com
mon, t asiiy pointed out, and in the
main easily rem diled. The grealtest
obstacle in the waty of refori is to
get the i(cessary instructions befo':e
these N ho ecmnit the ci rcrs; to get,
their attentien, win their conildence
by showing them that the reniedy is
less laborious and the grand result a
larger and better pr duct, consequent
ty a much better pI ice Is obtained for
the surplus tian is jlo'iile und-r the
erroneous mii. d in butter milking.
l.e errors of Lu'u r iakit.g ire : 1-t.
Uncleanimte s. 2d Too nuch acid -in
the ruam. d. Caisein or buttermilk
in a deccmposed state. 4.h. Too ntioli
fric ion iin l.lurning and v'orking the
t.utter. Foul milkirig stables, impure
witer, odors from various sources,
kaow i and unknown, arte errors vital
in ih ir cormi, qtences, and not gene
rally thi u, hr. of as of any itmpoit.nce.
Good wteL milk coitains one fourt ii
more of sugar than Ic uocs ol buter:
this sugar turns to acitd, andif this
a Id is too imuch developed belore
o uri.inf, the coveted aroma of good
tutter is lost.
'Tuiiznt are many glutlonous horse.
% hieb sM allow dou n their oats too
fa't. Son e 1 eases W.11 dispose of four.
quarts of (a s at a few nutiuls,
% laich of cot r-e are not im s Jeated ainI
con equeitly do thelhorse but very lit
tle goot. Such horses are generally
poor in fihl. This is a hisbit o' wihi h
the hor.-e can soon he broken, and
lea: n to eat his graiin slowly. .lf the
ma: ger exiends ross the wisole
w~ idth of lihe rstall, put in a partition:
dividing off al out oine-fourth of it, in
to which place a number of sumooth
cobblec-st one a ; tall the hi t er it a piece
o1 rock salt is adreit. Ne~xt put in the
oats, which mix well with the cobble
stonesa; the oats slowly, w hlichlhe will
do tho: oughiy, andt at the samte tine
as thootough:ly mastieate them.
CAnnuroE --Chop line till tlhe soft
hu ads oi cabbago that atre umii aueable
and give your henas a treat. Fowls
nie' d g re in teed in the winter as well
ais 5 tm r. Tturnip andat potatto p)5r
ings will be caten readily if cut line.
FEE D1tNo.-L'oor and set: at feed nmake
leanm cattle, poor matnutre and short
Fr-rExNo StuicuP. - Perha~ps the
best feed f or this purpose is brain, oats
and corn in equal weights,
.A rtifiial /nldigo --M1 r. A ilolh liaever,
of Munich, has discoveredl flhat by'the
aetlo .1 of' sulp inhnrie acid uapon orthon I
trophenyl proplolic netid1 a new producet
may be obtained whichd is catpable of
being converted info new coloring
matters, or a dyestnfr, whlchu htecaill
artificial idigo. 'The author says: 'I
ttake orthlon irophenyl propielie tiel.
antd in the col I mix the saId taid wit h
sulphturacid -ay, for instance, wit h
from about ten to twenty parts, hv
weight, of sulphuric acid of abot 1.84
specifie gravity to every one part, hv
wveight ot erthon it rophenylyjroploli t
acid enmployed. in efeeting the said
mixture tare is to be taken to avoid a
con siderable riso of ietmpera turei*, say,1'
aibou t 20) deg. Cenit.igraide. Th'ie ix..
tutre thtus obtinted gutlckly asumes a
bright yellow emr era nge color, and athe
reaction is allowed to prnced~ in: thie
cold until a saimple of' the mi xe
upon heing tested for the presenc~e of
orflhe nit r i phenylpropinie a cid by'
means of glucose and al katles, no long
er contaIns any aipreci ble quanitity ( of
the said acId. TIi e at] phuric tacid ni x
1lure thus prFodutced is theni submii ted
to tI e actIon or suitable reducing or'
deoxidizing agent~s in order to effect
the convers' on into ai'iitiil intlige.
"'In practi ie I have found a nu tmber cf
sub- tances belor glig to yarions c'as-cs
cf chemical compol nidsi wh'ht as m
deoXidizin2 agents uipoin the aibayo
mentioned new pr joect, andi I may
specially men tionued ber rus slphiate'
(green yitr oil, .op~perat..) As an ex
atapl'e of the mlanntier ia which I precfer
to renduct the aforn said oper'ation, I
take thiemantge-coloredi imixa ure result
ing f, Otm t he tret ment, of 0on eia rt., 13'
weight of' orthonatroiphentyl prepiolic
acidi with about fromn ten to twvent.y'
parts btulphui Ic at id as above descibt d.
anti I tanix the same w th a so' mlemn
e ii taininag about live pi ras, by weight,
of ferr-ous au phat e. 'Te mixturio i,
th.ea allowed to stantd at the ordinaury
temperature, uaniul the blue co-or'
WI eo it guickly assumes, as Itully de'
vcloped, and the dlyestulff or coloring
matter thus j reduced may be separa
ted ct of the muss by dilhutiag the re
stilt of the operatotn ithd water, by
whi.-h t is new (130 tufi' 18 precipita
tcd, and may be filtered atnd washed.
'The dyestuff Is theni ready for use.
Tfhe chiaracteri tic of my new dyestufr
cr coloriang natt ter, lrepared accoruing
to n y abov -d, acr'ibed process, are thte
following : Th'le dyesttaii or cototing
aater r semnbies tan appeam anco vege
tsble indigo, and it cain be useed ini
dyela g in a mni~tr simtlir to It; but
it is in a great pairt soluble an amnalinec
at an ordinary temgeratutre, and also
A S3'T of table napkins with tray
cover, etc., are made really elegant by
having a small center piece adorned
with a monogram or Initial iI the
center, and a few sprays of foliage
surrounding it, with a little border
dividing It from the remaining por
tion of the article. Pour into a saucer
a quantity of good Indelible ink, and
having out the nionogram, or name,
from paper, spread out tile article upon
a table, or board, aid fasten each cor
ner of the paper with needles or pins,
pressed through into the wot d, using
care that each part rests closely down
upon the linen ; then place around it
sprays of ferns and a few rose leaves
(parts of a spr ty); then, upon the
outer edge, sonie grasses and ferns
(those which have been dried
and pressed will answer) all se
cured with small needles, or plus,
placed perpendicularly; arrange, also
a narrow border, by cutting paper in
tiny scallop$, with small holes cut at
regular distancos. After spattering
the entire surface, evenly and unt
formly, remove one part of the rose
loaves; adso, a few of the finer parts
upon the outer edge, and carefully
cast another spray over the surface;
alter allowing the previous one to dry
off, remove another section from the
sprays of leaves, and again "spatter;"
then renove the border, spray lightly,
and when dry lift the monogram,
which will, of' course, appear perfeet
TrotAro Sour .-Take eight good
9!zed toaaatoes or hal f a eon of toma
toes-the solid portion. Cut them lip,
anad put them to boll with two quarts
of 0soup stock aid bouquet of herbs.
When well cookeol, thiekenl with a lit
te flour smoothed an( dissolved In a
little cold water. Then strain all
thlrough a Ile ve.', repeat a little, Rld
add butter, salt and popper to taste.
I'lace inl a saucepan one carrot, one
white turiip, and otre onion, aill sliced
and fried brown in butter, and a quar
ier of at pouid ot han ; when the Iois
lure Is evaporated add two tablospoon
fiuls of flour and brown with the vege
tables; add three piitg of good beef
broth, one can of tomatoe s, a few bay
leaves, a pinch of' ground cloves, a
stalk of celery, a little grated luitileg;
boll till the vegetables tare done, and
pass forcibly through a sieve; place
on fire; bring to a boll and skit;
served with plain boiled rice or smiall
squares of bread, fried brown in but
BI adopting an abolutlelyiona stimnu
lating and cl 1 f V vegetable diet, com.
bined wi.h ael lve exerelrc'e In tile open
air. the most (lyst)nptic glutton (anl
cure himself in thle colrse of a single
seasol, and by tle saio Ineans every
loaarding c chool inihti become a lie
telIc tan t:.4ritnu. The fo'lowidg list. of
hygienic mnus is arm anged in the
order lof their dgtli lly and whoIc
soi-IWss : .
Milk, breiad vnd friit. E 'gs (raw: -r
whippi.i) , bread adil honey. Bolied
-eugs, Wend, 111(1 apples (aiclcent
R< ime.) Bruad and butter, rice pud
ding,with sugar aid fresh milk. Corn
bread, or roatted chestn uts, butter,
honey, and grapes (the usuil diet of
the long lived Co.'rsean illountalineei a.)
Fish, butter, 08aiienl porridge, and
fri-sh milk (Dianish Islands.) Pa'm
enkes, hioney or iew molasses, poach
ed eggs, boiled milk and bread pud
ding. Vegetable soups, baked beatis,
patatoes (baked or smashed), butter,
biclsad alpple3 dumplinags.
ConN SII-Ks As A REMEI>Y.- -Whlo
would have thought that the silk ona
an eari ofi greeni corni was a powerfulI
and~ tileient remedy for dropsy, for
bladder t rou bles and f'or t he diseases
of tihe kidness? In the Louisville
Me'dical Neros we I id an~ ac.oun ttof the
tuedical p-opeirties of' corn-silk andlthe
cures that have beeni etlfected by its
use. Th'le way to une It is t-> take
two dloubIe-haniulVi s of C flecorna-sllk
and boil ini two gallons of water until
t'uit a gallon remlalums. Adid sugar to
miakm a syrutp. Drinuk a tuanbierfiil of
this thrice dlaily, and1( it. ill relieve
dIropsy byv lulcreasinag thme Iloaw of the
ur'ine mnost eniorniously . (.aer d~is
eases of the bladder and kidneys are
ieelted by the remcdy, wich is
proupt., filient, anid grateful to the
s;omachi. Tile treatment eaan be conl
Lmanued for IaOnthis wIthout danger or
I ncon venienace.
FACTS Aniou' F'JoUa.-1Flour Is par
ticulairly senitive to atmospherie in
fluencees, hiene it shlould inever be
stored ill a roomn w ith soiur liquids, or
where onions or fIsh arec kept, naor any
oIther airticle that ta its thle air of thle
rconli Ina which it, is stored. Any 8sm1l1
terecptible to the sensee wvill be atb
s.>rbeu by 11oer. Avola dainap collars,
or Ic fra where a free circulatin of air
cann ot he obtajined. Keep in a cool
dr ay, afiry r'oorn, andac not ex posed~( to a
f reezing terluperiaturet, nor to Inftenlse
natual or 1 ar ti flca heat for anyv lenagth
of ihne abtove 70 to 72 degi ees Faharon
heit. It shoculd nor, comane In COnltat
w itha grain or other s'mbstamnces whlehb
ire Ihabtle to, hcat . Flour should be
sit tiac andmi the~ particles thoroughly
taite~grated and Lten wvar mecd before
ClmocotrArx l' r DNxo *-Scald togethl
er ~ u quat (of namilk andic three ouciiees of
u railed chiocolate. Set it away unitil
coid aind theni atdd thme beaten yolks o1
live eggs andl onel cup of suglar. Bake
atboumt,t wenty - live aniniutes. lienit thme
whies of athe eggs to a still frothl,
sprlead evera the top) of the~ pumchlinag
aimal crowni thenm sl ightly Inl tihe oven.
This puddling shuld be served v'ery'
Whamt (l an i artqae Did.-A curliouls
ra:silt, see'ms to) have followedl a recent
ear'thquiake at Buichar'est. Tlhae soil of'
Buciharest is a rich, laack, porous vege
table mou11ldl, very spriangy uilt'r press.
ur ie, anid carr'aiagesa passin1g inl a stre'et
caulse ai stro~nag v i brmai ion lan the aidj 1et
hmouses. TJhme Grnrlan hte bou011evardc,
however, was an exceptiona to tihe ger:
eral1'ru1le, and cin thIe rcoc~ms f aeldng Lbhe
pirinacipal streel, onl wivch ~ there is a
heavy tra flic,n o e n si be c f'ect w as fel t
f romn passinig vehleIces. i)uaring the re-.
cent eart hquaaake the whialows and
crockery amid' loss iassive onasltmctedi
buildings rattled veriy 8 11ibly', ni he.re
as there was no0 auclhbie soilnc ini time
hotel. M1inee the earthqumake shock,
however', thlis state of tihings has~
chianaged ent iraely,. andl ever'y veicle
passinag t ho hotei causecs a vibmratiomn in
the wihole b~uildinmg. t he sinigmilar part
of this change ia that thec eflect pro
ducedl by the vehicele is ime saume as lat,
accomnpaniying thea ciarthqcuake. It Is
nt a Jar ats pirev iusly produiced ini
other buaildin~gs, tu t a satwimmg mmnotlor
simiilar' to that, felt, in thle late shock.
Tids nuovemnt, is 81) gmreat as to Cause
pictu res to sway back ward and for
ward on the walls. iiaoweyer, ther'e is
nlot a clack lin it. llence, it. is tlomughlt
tis chamnge in t he solmd.ty of tihe struot
tire appears to be due to somne efl'eot,
p~roduced~ in the eaarah uandernleath the
WIT AND HUMOR.
A DETROIT surgeon, whose reputa
tlon is first class, was seated in hii
office the other day when in walked i
stranger who was followed by a dog
Without any fooling arouud he be
"Doctor, I have the dyspepsi L.''
"hd it twenty-s3ix years,"
"You can't cure it?"
"But you can make an exchange o
stomachs bet ween me and my dog."
"I believe it could be done and botl
"Will you guarantee that I won'
have a hankering for old bones if I
"Wilt I want to chase cats?''
"And snap at tramps?"
"Dactor, this is business."
"And the exchange of stomachs 11
"And I bid you good day."
" Good day, sir V"
And the man whistled to his do
and walked out, without looking t<
the right or left.
[Chicago Westorn Catbollo.)
The latest man who has been mado
happy through the use of this valuabI
linlment is Mr. James A Conlan
Librarian of the Union Catholic L
brary of this city. The following 11
Mr. Conian's Indorsement:
UNION CATHOLIC LInARy Assoc'-.
204 DIA ItOiRN. STREET.
CntcA0O. Sept 16, 1880,
1 wish to add my testimony as to thi
merits of St. Jacob's Oil a a cure foi
rheumatism. One bottle has cured m(
of this troublesome disease,whIleli gav
me a great deal of bother for a lonX
timet but thanks to the remedy I an
cured. This statement Is unsollclte
by any one in its interest.
JA MKs A. CONLAN, Librarian
A MAN with a black eye calle'1 upon
a lawyer and said:
"I have been knocked down."
"Good case-goorl case, if you hav<
any wvtinesses," was the smiling re
"I've got. this black eye and an ok!
woman for witnesses."
"Correct-ccrreet. I'll take the evi.
dce tid see you through."
"For how much ?1'
"Well, the %n hole thilug won't cOs(
over six or or eight lollars."
"And what'll I get?"
"Justice, of course."
"And what.'li the other man get ?
"Oh, he'll probably be fined $5.
"Say, you go to thunder !" suddenhi
remarked tile plallitif. "You Imus
think '0 a fool to pay out $0 or $8 an<
have the bother of a law-stilt, wher
three different men are just aching t<
lick the leller in rotation at only $1
head I ['m nol, pourty looking, bul
I'i no cundurango."
As a citizen was feeling his way ui
the atreet one dark night, le sLdden
ly made out the lorm of a man only I
few feet away. After a halt and at
embarrassing silence he called out:
"Say, you l''
"Are you an honest niti ?"
"Yes, are you ?'
"Ihave you got any money ?'"
"Not a red. How is it with you ?'
"P'm also dead broke. Ilow are yot
"With a club. How are you !"
"I've got a clnb toa. What a luck3
thing it 18 *.hat we spoke to cacd
other? If either of us had been ii
robber we miight have killed our mat
and got a cent.''
(Kasnsas City MaiI.]
Member of this Department relieve<
of Rheumatism by the use of St
Jacob's Uil, says Geo. WV. Walling
Esq., Superintendent Police Nov
York, in one of our exchanges.
BlAca p)arlor' anatomy: In Oshkosh
lived a fair miaideni whio had real iti
somec alarm of the death of an indiam~
womrani fronm tight-laing, the Iinmmedi
ate cause being an affection of the
epigIastrium. When her lover callec
that evening and the light hadl beei
turned down a3 usual she said to hin
''Now, I want you to be caref ul,Eu
getne; you 're worse than a corset.'
Eugene iahteredl out: "Oh, Mary
why th is cole ness ?"
"It ilan't coldness at all," she re
pled ; "bitt yen hug so tight yot
knock my ecpigatstriumn alL cut of kilter
LIiira and shadows of portrai
ptaintinig :Aunty-"' And now, hoy
manny sittings shaill you require of m3
niece, Mr. sparks?" Our Artist(
miodel but inost inflammable youth
-"Oln, not more than thirty or fori ty
or perhtaps fifty-we wiil say s x y, I
you like, or seventy-at all events
eighty or ninety at, 1ne utmost, or-'
Aunty-"Go(iod Heavens I wany, yoi
piainted inn in four' '" Odr Artist
"No !-dhti 1, re" lly, though ? Ah,bu
I enn see at a glance that your niece';
expressica wil be particularly dillcul1
to catch, you know I'"
LYDIA E. P'INJCAM s Vegetable Com
pound strengthens thne stomach anm
idnecys and anils digestion.
"'how (10 you like the rooms?'
atsked Mrs. Doctonart, who was show
lng the 8'mithingtons over the niew
house. "Oh, they arc perfectly love
13' '" exclatined Mrs. Smithiington.
"and1( they arc funished so sweetly!
What exqu'alte plaques those art
aren't they, Smnith ingtona ?'' " Wh at,
themu dishes on the wvali? Yes, thiey
are pretty enough, bitt why in thun
der didn't they have somne closets i
inhe house to put thue crockery in ?'
Mrs. D)otonart goes lutto mild hyster
les, and MIlra. Sithington giyes~
.am ithtngtona siuh a lock.
A1antC.rcouroA I..l:i Duin zg th<n
Mat di-Urmas celebrationi the Galiveston
saloonus did a rushing business. GOl.
hiooly said to a barkeepaor:
"'I suippose yott all made hay wijlik
the sil. shone ?"
'"We didni't, make hay, but, we sold(1
good deal of rye,'' replied the bar
AN editor''s wifo dhiscove rod her huts
band, the other evening, in. the act of
higging-''going to p'ress''-:hc ser
va nit irl. TIheI tst, editorainl in li
necxt (day's iasue opened with, "W
arc living in perilous times.'' Tihal
told the whole story.
AIANY people amlieted with p~hthighi
piulmnonalis (Cotistatunntion) utse Dr
Bull's Cough Syrup with great benell
and relief, Price twenty-five cents I
To AU Onur riends.
Having had numberless Inquiries for
advertising cards from ladles In all
part4 of the country who are interest
ed in the prevailing fashion of making
"Card Collections," we are having
printed for them a set of -seven beautt
ful cards, each in six colors and on a
gold backgronnd, in the very highest
deree of art, illustrating8hakepeare's
"ven Ages of1lan," We have spared
no expense in these cards-they are
simply little art gems. Our only aim
has been to publish the finest cards yet
r shown. Applications for them have
come in so rapidly that nearly the
whole edition is engaged before the
receipt by us of the cards from the
artist. We have therefore been obliged
to adopt theafollowing plan for the dis
tribution of the remainder: No more
of the gilt Shakspeare cards, seven in
the series, will be sent excepting upon
the receipt of a statement from a grocer
that the person applying for the eards
has bought of him on that day at least
seven bars of Dobbins' Electric Soap,
with price paid for same. All apply.
Ing in this manner will receive the full
set of seven cards gratis by mail. This
will Insure us that our friends and pa
trons get their share of these beautiful
designs, although It in no manner re
pays us for the cost of the cards, Your
grocer has the soap or will get It; and
the purchase by you of seven bars of
it at one time will secure for you gratis
seven really beautiful cards. The soap
improves with age, and is an article of
necessity in your house every week.
Therefore you are not asked to buy a
useless article, but one that you must
have any way. Please send us your
- application at once, and tell your lady
friends making "Card Collections," to
do the same. Grocers do nos have the
cards to deliver. Buy the soap of them,
send us their bill, and we will mail you
the cards free. Yours res ctfully,
1. L. CnAGIN & Co., 116 south 4h
Street, P'huntdelphia, Pa.
P. 8.-Ladies not wishing so buy
soap can get She cards by renitting
cost price, 25 cents
"I NEVER (id *;ee such a wind and
storm," said a man in a coffee-room.
"And, pray, sir," Inquired a would
be wit, "since you saw the wini and
storm, wiiat might the color be?"
"''ie wind blew and the storm
rose," was the quiet rejoin der.
Not a Hoverage.
"They are not a beverage, but a
medicine, with curative properties of
the highest degree, coitaining no poor
Riskey or polsonotis drugs. They do
fot tear down an already debilitated
system, but build It up. One bottle
contains more hops, that is, more real
hop strangth, than a barrel of'ordinary
beer. Every druggist In Rochester
sells them, and the physieians pre
serlbe them.' "-Evening Express on Hot
DARK.-One cup brown sugar, half
cup nolassos, one cup of buLter, one
fourti cup sour milk, half teaspoon of
soria, yolks of' four eggs, flour to
,hicken, ai( spices to suit.
PIMPLEs AND HUMORS ON TH 14'ACE.
-In this conlition of the skin, the
VEGErINE is the great remedy, as it
acts directly upon the cause. It clean
ses and puriles the blood, thereby
causing humors of all kinds to disap
PLAIN CARx.-One cup sugar half
cup aweet milk, one and one -hall cup
flour, one egg one teaspoon bakintg
powder, butter size of an egg.
F'OME poople suffer for yeard from weak
kidneys and torpid bowe and livei. If you
know such a peon toll them that Kidney
Wort ia a certain cure.
SNOW UA Ke Sro~oE.-One cup caoh
sugar and 11 uii, two table spoons milk,
one teaspoonful baking p~owder,whi tes
Purifies the Blood, Renovates
and Invigorates the whole
ITs N EIGINA L PUoPER TIis AR E
Alterativye. Tonie, solvent & Diuretie
Vegetine Ma.nI. ni.samvv.
IDear sir-I willmot cheerfily
. nimberyou have alreadyre
-Vegtilne crivedi in lavor of .yourgreiat and
good meldicin~e. Vegetine, for I
do nlot, think enouh c'in be0 said
.In Its pralse ; for Iwas troubi- d
ecgetine over 80 yoars with Ihat dreadful
disease, Uatarrh, andt had such
bad coughing spells that it
. .would seem as thotugh I never
ecgetlne'couud'breathn any more anti
Yegotino h-is cured me; and I do
feet to thank God all the time
.I that there is so good a med eine
Vegetlne: as vegotine. and I also think it
one of tho best mneliclnes for
coughs and weak, sinking fool:
Vcgetinei visoevrod to larke toVege.
I tl for I can assure~ themi it, is
onl of tim best medicines that
. o ver was.
egotine Mus. I,. oons,
Cor. MagazIne and wai'nut ets.,
Vcgetillel GIVES hE ALf/'h,
Mycdaughter ha received
I eget.inr. 11cr declin'ng health
was a sourci of great, anxIety to
V'c atll uharti friconi. A few bottlci of
6 vegttnerestored her health,
strength and arorte.
IS SIOL1 BY ALT1 DRUSSlISTS.
We Want *"l ^6\nanu rvrv't;ntosown
ih ol p0,1 iiu euro kino klor iy y pa iriIs
with guar-entro akl ,hist lon , to reihablo meni or
iti $l(Ii . M Al f A -titi ap io re ml of aou
onil I. iumg, aisi frii-nIn, in thais very plean-tmt way
~Vrita o r fuil Inst14ructions, tenithnoii tis, aic., to the0
Dyspopticura M'f'g Co.,
No. 410 North Fifth Street,
Phaelpia . I'a.
I 777 A ygpon -
The ruine of a once magnificent bath.
ing establishment, covered over by
more than thirty feet of ashes and lava,
have been discovered by Prof. Gui
seppe Novi, near Herculaneum. From
all descriptions they appear to surpass
anything of a simular nattire hitherto
excavated, either at Herculaneum or
at Pompeii. The seulptured fountains
and tanks are of oriental granite, the
floors are of colored glass mosaio and
the walls of the building are richly
adorned with paintings and stucco
The most wonderful and marvelous
success In cases where persons are sick
or wasting away from a condition of
miserableness, that no one knows what
ails them, (profitable patients for doc
tors,) is obtained by the use of Hop
Bitters. They begin to cure from the
first dose and keep it up until perfect
heath and strength is restored. Who
ever is afilleted in this way need not
suffer, when they can get Hop Bitters.
The Photographic News describes a
detective camera, the invention of Mr.
Bolas. It is like a shoeblack's blonk,
and may be slung over the sloulder
with a strap. It car, les gelatine plates
already in position and lens that is
alway in focus for any distance from
tweuty to thirty feet. It may be drop
ped in the street any time the owner
Sees a group lie wants a picture of.
When it touches the ground a bulb is
squeezed and the exposure is made.
Qu-nmous that the Chinese men
should have such long hair. Ladles if
you would have your hair as long as
the Chinese, and as beautiful as a
Hourl's, use Carboliie, the de-dorized
petroleum hair renewer and dresser.
A neto French appliance Is an electric
brake whieh Is made to operate on the
wheel brake by means of electricity
generated during the motion of the
train and applied at pleasure. Experl
ments thus far mnade with this appara
tus have been entirely successful.
IRS. LYDIA L PINKHAM, OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cure
for all those Painld Conplnints and Weaknesses
socoanmon toourbeat feutoie population.
It will cure ontiroly the worst forin of 1emalo Com
plainks, ull ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulecrm
tion, Falling and Displacements, and the consettuent
Spinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change of Life.
It will dlissolve and expel tumors from the uterus in
an early stage of developme~nt. Th~e tendency to enni
eo-us hiumors there is checked veryspeedily by its use.
It removes f&.dntness, flatulency, destroysall craving
foratimnulansts, and relieves weakness of-thostomach.
It cures Illonting, H~eadlaches, Nervous Prostration,
Oeneral D)ebility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi-4
That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and hack-ache, is alwaya pernmanently cured by its use.
It will at all times and ~amder all circumstances act In
harmony with the laws that govern the femnalo system.
For the curo of Kidney Complaints of either sex ti
Comnposud is unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. P'INKNiAM'8 VEGETAILK COM
POU'NDis prepared at 233 and 235 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mlass. Price 51. Six bottles for $5. Sent by mtail
in the form of p.1lls, also in theo form of lozenges, on
receip~t of pricec, $1 per box for either. Strs. Pinkhama
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Send for pamph
let. Addres as above. Mention this Praper.
No familly shouldt bo without L.YDIA E. PINK'IIAMis
LIYERt PIL~s. rhey cure conastipatlon, biliousnses,
and torpidity of the lIver. 25 cents per box.
Mir Siold by all D~ruggiste. -Es
Shootisi - Chills down the Blackc,
Dull pain in the limbs, nausea. billousnesu, are
Rymptomns of approaching fever and agile. Use
without, dlelay Hlosteliter's Stomach Bitters,
Which silbstiltute~s for the chilly sensation a ge
nial Warmth, regtulates the stomarh, and 11m.
parts ton~e to t he liver. The bowels, the RI omtach
and tile biliary gland being restored to a hialthiy
conditlon,, tile dIiseaso ia conquleredI at liio out
set. For sale by all DruggIsts anid Dealers gen
iyou are aman If you aro a
ened by thestn of torstoiiitsgvorn (ua
your duties avoid ns~itl work to res.
Hopn i ts. d s te, use Hno d
dIscret are youn an uering from any In
poorhealt or iuigssh~ on a ne f i
ne*.d, rely on Ho p Bittors.
e. hooer y ou ae yhound dion
aoedla cleansing, ton isese t at atigimi
w htoutlnlosko brbyt'al u- oe
bak Hop : Hop ltters
or dtho i cosas
ofth slau andI-rita
bowelit 1, o EE mc~
lite Vey ~'-e O . CO Luk rels,
ifye. at ha IToldhdu.,
saved h en tehester, N, Y.
"" Any one desiring full Information ahout, tile
Petroietim btiui ini whieh large fortunes
are mnadotquicker t haln nayother branch of
Iratie, will leatirnethling of great advantage
by ad trossiing, withotat delay,
No. 2 Hlershiberg Block, Titusvlille, Pa,
$999 ?m Are .wAIn Co--, ugsta o,
hu 141| SWELLINGS
lisimmuiili FROSTED FEHW
eneral Bodily Palai,
ALL OTHEH PAINS
I _~tI llus .ACHES.
No reparatin carth cItials ST. JAconS OIL "' a sr,
SUitc. srIX, R11-1 rur1Al'EXtornl ,,oned,. A tri ltal,
boL- the cuioativl triflln oi YiInWF.4, and ovary
ona e~lrli t a t a have Ch~eap nd poicativo liroofof
its claitus. DHRUTI ONS IN ELEVEN LANOUAGES.
SOLD BY ALL DRUOGISTS AND DEALERS IN MEDICINE,
A. VOGELER & 00.
AittaltJnore., Md., U. S. A.
The Only Medicine
That Aets at the Same Time on
The Liver, the Bowels and the KldnhyL
Ths grt or ae the natural cleans
ers of the ij'tem If they work well, health
will be perfectI it they become god,
dread fulldseases are aSure hf ollow wI~
Billeosness, iTeadaele, Dyspepsia, Jaum
dice, Constipation and Piles, or Kid.
ney Complaints, Gravel, Diabetes,
or Rheumatic Pains and Aches,
ar develoted because the blood I poisoned
with the hmrs ilia should =iv been
Will ret.0rs he be~tthy acion and aihb
dtroy g evils will e anished I eglect
them and y lI live but to.sufyr.
Tou sbve been cured. Try ftnd you
will at. oneioro to the number. Ta I
and health wii once more gladden your hear.
,bj, Suflong"v ftvm (he toruevi toan Aebbgbuadi
W Ibear uuabdlsinesfrem CsnstipdiA uasni..
Kmrr)-WoSiTwill curo yon. Try a pack.
age at once and ba eatwlu .
il Is a dry vegeaable cdmposite and
One Packagemakes six quarts of Iedicino.
Your Drvgges has it, or W11 get ft jbr
YOU. 1me1l upon a r?1g I. 1UHCfe, 0
WELLD, RICHARDOON b CO., PropIeru,
10 (WII .ma poet pa.) Burlingtn. V4.
Shamans 46 1awrto o *kvscuu a i
confer a ravor nuon te Advertiser and tht
Publisher bystati ng that they saw the adver.
St...nA,,e In t. ,. I'na i..e nmsaner
YOU CAN BUY THE BLATCHLEY
Unlned,or wif h Copper Porcelain,or Iron
Linings. Each~l one stene fled with mny name as
nmantufacturer is warranted in mnterial and con
struictionl. For sale by the best houses lit the
pump, write to me ns brio, and Io wil send
name of get :earest you, who will supply you
CHAB, 0. IL ATCHILEY, M!anufacturer,
8308 Market t., Philadelphia, Pa,
A(GENT.' W1A STS S FO~t 4OUR
toi l ouslpr tcanniot ainord
~ Aso or o~esi othe
/ 0et. A par iprtunty I
q ,,~ ira- nierl Agei to mal
I ailCi rutr and onr un
EEN I s 4for OTl.,' dinmt WoGrkn. bo
UG I Er e a9 INC"ARRIE MF0 0.
icinat, .Caitalogue ?'REE,
E NC YCLOPA'DIA,s
hoan ho oto perform al the various d
AGNsWNTEID.-Send for cireulars estafa
Isf id~ret t 0 A rh or n xr t erst
OO N Ml Learn Tsegraphy i aafn 0t
) e.Address VALENtTINI Rt1fOS.,Janomsvle
E1LOLI tENT-kt~Aia o t4".
Euadvasced. WA r prompl paid.SLA
di Co. aos oara. ma. (*nesaa
Payne's Automatic Engines,
tI ci latbie il r lt muud Ecno; omil a to fr.
ant otlaer ).,gn ultilt -i nt i Auitomati
Informnaion and Prices. . P.1AYR RNB
, ,ELGIN WATCHES
Al tyles (oid,8 iver ad NiS
0., tittsbsrgh, Pa.
~a s r n s 0 5 .A M n t b a n l p se
*ruu at toi9.tH
Wnsure answer,. B. osTs Ia 00 ,:. Cni
andtou totheraaa.'a atareh*em el
huse.. iday dtodiss e sso seadp an, Weh
m eb0 eE se Alabin tman.= .ah ...s
Subdues InAamnation, Controls all Hemorrhares
Acute and Chronic, Venbus and Mucous.
Burns and Inlammations,
Colds and Coughs,
Accumulations of the
LUNGS, EYES and THROAT,
MASAL and TIROAT Discharges,
Rheumatism and Neuralgia.
No remedy so readily ad offootually arrosts rh+
rritation and discharges frmvn Catarrhal Atleotiuns
r.'OUHS, 00LD8 in the )AD, NASAL and
ritlAT DD)CHAROtS, IN FLAIMATIONS and
t OUMULATfONS in the LUNO % EYE8. EARS
% TiROAT. RIUIJMATISM, NEURALOIA, &.,
maunot be cured so easily by any other medicine.
For eensitive and n, voso %;ases of OATARtti use
,ur CATA RRil URE (76e.) In ad cast s uso our
,4ASAL YatINU (25e.) Will be sont in lots of
2 worth.on receip. of prico. Ntto that POND'8
iXTRA T isptut up only in bottles with ploture
ra-lo Mark on outside wrapper and woriles"POND'S
KXTRIAOT blown in g ass.
WF" Our Now Pamphlet with History of our Pro.
parations. sEit tree.
LADIES-Read pages 13.18, 21 and 26._
PONDM' EXTRACT COMPANY.
14 West 14th Nt., New York.
NIlY WE NEVER SELL POND'S EXTRACT IN
BULK, BUT ADHERE TO THE RULE OF
SELLING ONLY IN OUR OWN BOTTLES,
INCLOBED IN BUFF WRAPPER, ON
W1i10H I PRINTED OUR LAND
I.-It insures:the purchaser obtaining the
2-It protects the consunaer in buying
Posta i txiract not weakenmedi with water, whi'ch we
rouni wa donoe a few .vqard ago, w h--n wo wero in
d to furnish dealers with the genutine artiole in
8.-It protects the coisninser from unoscrupti.
ois p rio uniting crude, cheap &iococtiuns to lin
ns 'r d l xtract, for any person can toll the gou.
flue from thobottlo amid wrapper.
4.-It protecta the consumer, for It is not
safe to itso any oth r artic-o tecording to tho dirt-o
tions gIven t our book, which surrounds each but
tie of Pond'd Extraot.
5.-It protects the consuner, for it is not
agreeable to be deceived anI verliapa injured b
t-lng other articles under the directiuns fur Ponts
0.-No otlier nrticle, manuftetnre or htiltatli,
lar ,ili etc claintied for and always produced by
7.-It In prejuillcial.to the reputation of
Pond's Extract to have poolo use a con iterfeit b
leving it to bi, the genuine, for th -y will surely be
:Iteappointed , If not injnred by is o:'ects.
3.-Justice to one offhe heat ane ll-Ivsex in
lhe wvorld, mle.d the htundrede of tihon.i.1 easel
It. denati every precaution agai at having waa
and injttris preparat ions palmed off is the en.
",u0. The0 01y way thin Cani ba-accolisaie. Is to
mll tie otNuiNE, pilt t1p in a un iforn niaimor-In
our own bottles, comploto w ith butt wrappers, trade.
R1E ENRMB-The Genatsee Pond's Ex.
tract is chcap, bocasu meIt is ntrotng, uniori and
reliable. Our book of directions explains when it
:al be diluted with water and whoa to be used full
REME1 ER-That all'other preptrations, i
colrleiss, aro inore decoctlons, b I'ings. or produc.d
simply t; obtain the odor and witi-utc the sciontillo
r pract il knowledge of ihe matter wnloh many
roars of labor hasg given us0.
RFVERRER, OR KNOW NOW-That all
preiariations purpirting too be euperior to tiond's
lextract becaume they hivo color.arto ciolorei simply
L-cause ithey have crude, aid to unprofessional peo
plE iilug thiitm, pot hitps 'hanger ,ts matter In theru,
,nd shouil never be used except under the advioe
ind prascription of a Physiciskr.
REMEMBER AND KNOW-That our rery
x pensive naacainaory is th , restl t of 30t years of A
poaence (the 1tost of wicl was entiruly gi. -i to
ith work)t, atnd coastant atteatioi to tite production
if aml forms of iaama is, amid thiat therefor- we
maia it know. what we asiert,11ti6' Pondi's Extract I,
lhe bi-st, purest, ai containe mol-e virtues of this
Irub than anmy othecr productio., yet made.
ther preparatlo io se free.ofPn'Exrcam
L~adiea-Rsad pages 13 18 21 and 20 in our book,
sirbalk Ia fotunds arond carub bottle, amid will be sent
'ree on application.
POND'S EXTRACT COMPANIY,
1.4 West 14th Street. Newv York.
"For ORGANISTS 1"
lrgan Genms. ($2 50.) Bly F. L. Davenport.
Sargan Selections. (SI 50.) By Peter.
Bathute's Organ Voluntarses. $2.505.
Iiatite's L.ast Comnpositione.. $2.50.
I~rganist's Rtelance. (ln Nod., each $1.23.
Comfplet' to.) Bly Eiugono TIhayer.
Euundell's Originsal Organ Comopoul
In these six wvell made books wvll be found a 4
rerv large number of v'oluntiarieassme classleal,
some new and lighst, but all gontd. Organista tj
vial be glad to use the longey ones intaot, and
~o adopt the shorteor compositions as thee
'rom which to vary.
Bilee Taylor, price reduedt to 50) coats.
Olivette, prIce reduced to 60) cents.
JolllsoR'S liOW Mc6hoil for l'riuRoiye
($1.00.) Bly A, N. JOh NSON. " Tl he bes; book i
n t~le world" (for Iits object), was tile corn
nendation bestowed by am onthuslastic pupli
m a former book by the same author. liowever
hat may be, this is Is newest, tr atisie andi
an hardiy be excelled t or pilness of oxplana
Lion. easo and thdrotlghnemss. Ii. does noL t
emiptCounlterp )nt,,or aoyof tha higher prob
ems of comiposition; but conhlna sItsel ii to
hose thinses t.hat. every organist, every gooal
>1 ayer, lad every composer of "the people':
nusic," ought, to kno w.
OLIVER DITSON & 00., Boston.
5.3E. DSITMON. & CO.,
1228 Chestnut Street, Phla~delphia.
The most perfect, sure and
really self. -regulating
asin D ORt T~sTiMONiIALS, avO.
lighest Prizes awaraed over all Competitors
Report of the Judges on Incubators
1879 & 1880.
45 the 20th A nnual Exhibition of' thme Penr Ivvan ia
''We conaldler MIEYER'S THlE IIEST INCUBATOIL
re have ever seen here or elsewhetre andi Mr. Boil.
era, of our committee ham seen nmos of themt. Wum
ieftiliy award THlESILVEL MIEDA L." (Hltgheht
t the 27th Anntual Exhilbition of the Pennsylvania
State A gricult ural Society, he ldi at the, Permtane;.6
Exibition, Phiiladelphaia,Neptenmber th to 25thm,
"We failly concutr with the report of' thse .Tdl ges
f the preceeing -ear, and idechare the INOUIIA
0118 of the P'ERF 20TIoN JNCUIIATORL CO. (Hey
r's Patent) to be iihe best of all known INCURiA
0118, the chtickens hatched by thls process lining
Irenger and h lealthmler than thome hmatchmeid under
he henm. We thierefore chteernilly award them the
ILVERI MEDA La" (liighest Prize.)
For salo by
THE PERF ECTION INCUBATOR Co,
114 Chetnut Street. hildolphia, Pa.
- . -jm t aooeinlalmedy wiach t
IM-gm ihO~tacs hm~m