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PASTURIES FOR 1 ous.-The subject of
good pastures for bogs in summer 18
beeoming one of special Interest to far
mers. So also the providing of i sup.
ply of roots for them during the winter
ls beginning to receive deserved at
tendion from the more progressive and
successful farmers. The continuous
and excessive use of corn has long
been deemed wrong both in theory
and in practice. alhough comparative
ly few feeders over seem to have con
Fidered how It might be avoided. Tito
light, however, is breaking, and a rat
dicate change in the manageient of
hogs as regards feed ng at ems fast go
Ing on. This change, we doubt not,
will result, In a very marked decrease
of disea' e among swine. Of the grass
es most suitable for hog pastures may
be mention(d timothy, red clover,blue
grass and orchard yrass. in timber
pasture, where red clover would not
do to well on account of the shade,
white clover will be found valuable.
The bust pasture is one containing
several kinds; but it is no easy mat
ter to keep a variety of grasses on the
same ground. The more hardy will
sooner or later crowd the others out.
We are sure more hogs are being grass
led this year than ever before,and men
intere.ted in pork pioduction are close
ly watching the results, We shall be
glad to have .readers of this paper
report regarding any experiment in
this way they have made, and give
their views on the subject of grass for
hogs in summer, or the I atsing of roots
for them In winter.
LiGHT FOR losas.-The horse, al
though it looks straight forward much
more than most animals, yet does not
do so nearly as much as man,and there
fore requires in his habitation an ar
rangement of light quite different from
that in its owner's dwelling, Give the
horse the light from one side only and
It will direct only one of its eyes to it,
but the other eye will 1be in the shade;
this In quality weakens both eyes.
Put it In such a position that It looks
into the dark, which is certainly un
natural, and when taken out of the sta
ble the abrupt change fron darkness
to light will harm it. To place it
straight against the light gives the lat
ter a blinding effect whict is also in
jurious to the eyes. The horse stable
shoul( therefore always receive the
light from above, either through sky
lights or through windows pliced near
the ceiling In the wall to which the
animal's head is turned as Ie stands in
the stall. Moreover the mstble shou.d
be alwa)3 s bright. As bright, indeed,
as daylight; for the horse is not. a night,
or twilight, animal, and is in nio need
of an artificial dai knuse, like ftateninig
BARLEY IS an excelient food for
cows, producing good and rich milk.
It can be mixed with shorts in cqual
proportions. But it will pay you (e
ter LO sell the baley and buy corn, a.s
barley brings more for 40 pouinds than
corn Uots lor 6U pounds in the market.
A cow inay have tour p-jundts of corn
or bailey meal and four poundsolshort,
daily ; il she is a good nilker she will
pay better for tais than for halt as
uucl. But as lu one caani say what,
. enect the ieed will have oi any parti
cular cow, it is well to try (1ilncrent,
quantitles, begiinlig at, two quarts ata
Iced, and var ing upor downi Unitilthe
capacity 01 each cow is known.
To keep apples, the fruit must be
free from bruise or bleniish. The f ruit
must be spread out on shelves or pack
ed in barrels, anxd kept in an atiios
pihere from forty to filty degrees, bet
ter from iorly to forty flive--that is at
a temperatuare ms (qulable as possible.
Somie cellars aire Just the thing, itand
preserve them beautifully ; others are
too moist. Where this is the ease a
f ew btushels of stone linac should be
used. Sli'1ang shelves six inchea apart,
liatticed bottom, with a siingle layer of
fruit,, tare exiremecly conveni ent as they
allow of conastant, exatminiation wvithiout
uisturbing the aruit,
IT is said that the new cereal lately
introduact d into the Wost,and known as
pampas rice, as of great value to the
brewers. It conttains amore stiarch anad
less oily matter thana corn, and csan be
maaltedl as easilyv i barley. It grows
easily, and~ yields a large crop). it is
thotught that there will soon be a hea
vy deand for this cereal fronm brew
ICILLiNG CANADA THiI8TLis. - Xset
thiem growv until theiy arc about to foram
their seed, or wheni they atre in bloom,
and1( then cut, them down. if' you have
aot too many of them sprinkle salt
upon themat after cutting.
'O'rATOlFs, or aiiy otlier rooe, crops.
masy be grown ini a yotung orchard, It
would not do any injury to grow corn,
but gran crops should iiot be attempt
rd. Thecy take from the soil the very
elemaents which the trees acquire.
Dairy Schaols In Denmnark.
1t may not be generally kinown that
Danaish dairyinig stands the highest In
the world-perhaaps ont account of their
dairy schools, whicha are of the most
effective chiariacter. Th'ley include a
.latim, cows and the best dhairy apl
iaines. The puils are talight ouhiarly
and 1)! actically. Tihecy are told what to
d10 anad how to do in In lectutres, andl
thena how to do it In the cow house aid
dairy. A eertifleaate of graduation from
a Dainisha dairy school caries with it a
weight of cyldencee as to the capability
of the bearer. In Ireland, where but
ter of the best quality used to be miad~e,
dairy mechools are niow being introduac
ed. The reason of that is that Irish
butter no longer stands first in the
market. American creamery butter is
displacing it from its former position,
and schools are found necessary to
raise the quality of Irish btutter by ma
king the dair3 aen and dairyinaids
The following receip~t la saId to be
much used in EuLropie for producing
artificial black walntut. Bly its use,it is
claied, ord liary whbite woods have
imipartedi to them the appearance of
thte most beatutifual speeimen3 of wal
nut, and are adapted to the finest cabi
not work. Th'le proceas is as follows:
The wood, first thoroughly dried and
warmed, 1s coatet on1ce or twice with
a stronsg aqueous sohtation of walnuit
peel. Whein half dried, the wood thuts
treated is brushed ilth a solution comt
posed of one part (by wveighat) of
bichar omate of' potassa in flye parts of
boiling water, and after drying
thaorotghliy,is rubbed and polished, By
this treatment the color is saidl to be
llxedl in the wood to the dephth of onte
twelfth to one-sixth of an inch,and in
the majority of eases the wahnuat ap
pearance is declared to be very perfect
The dose of salicy lie acid recom
mended for rheumatism is from five to
ten grains two or three times a day.
How AUSTRIAN sADICs LEA1UR TO
Coox.-The Austrian lady of station
who does not know how to cook, one
may almost say does not exist. Every
detail of the cuisine she is aequainted
with. A story is told by Austrian
ladies of another who. having neglect.
ed her education, allowed, at a great
dinner party she gave, two dishes of
the same color to ha served in succes
sion, a fault for which she was hardly
to be forgiven. The princesses of the
royal household attend a course of
lectures from a "chef" entirely upon
the order of serving. Young ladies
do not learn the art of cooking at cook
Ing clubs, or from public lessons. as
here in America. and they rarely
learn in their own kitchens. It is the
custom to go to some great house; the
house of a princess or at a very rich
banker's, where there are famous
"chefs," from whom they learn.
When a "chef" engages to cook for a
great house, he stipulates that he is to
have the privilege of teaching its many
.young ladies as he chooses. These
yotung ladies need not even know the
mistress of the house, and they make
their arrangements with the cook
only. For a course of lessons lasting
through the winter each pupil pays
the cook about thirty gulden, about
$15. This includes Instructions in
every partlular. If a banquet lato be
given, a grand breakfast or an elabo
rate supper the young ladlee are noti
fied,and are there to see the dishes
decorated and to learn the order of
serving. They watch every process.
Were you to descend to a kitchen at
such a time, you would, no doubt,1lnd
these lessons always foretell inarriage,
and are the last and finishing touche
of a maiden's education. Iut it would
be a breach of etiquette for any mem
ber of the household to trespass in
that department, which belongs to the
cook and his noble young pupils.
31noe young ladies must be in the din
ing room themselves on such occasions
in their own households, It follows
that these processes they can not watch
at home, never iind on how grand a
scale things are. And so in Austria
all noble young ladies learn these
things in another kitchen than their
ONE of the rarest articles of daily
use is pure olive oil, an( many think
themselves fortunate to obtain oil
which is in part made from the
olives. Aild to this fact the difIletilty
of distingulshing one vegetable oil
from another by chemical test, especl
ally of recognizing them when mixed,
and no wonder the importers of olive
oil soon necumulate a competency.
The l4st 1s exceedingly simple, and
can be performed by any one possess
hIg a good chemical thermometer.
About a teaspoonful of oil Is put in a
test ttbe, and a tlermometer suspend
ed in the oil, which is now to be heat
ed to 260 dog. C. (472 (leg. Fahr.) For
a comparlison it Second test tube of
pure oil may be treated in like man
ner. Pure olive oil, when heated,
grows rvther lighter In color, but
most other oils, like cotton seed, pea
nut oil, etc., grow darker. The lat
ter, also, evolve a penetrating and dis
agreeable odor, but olive oil has a
pleasant, smell not unlike strawber
.ries. Tliis test, devised by Merz, is at
least, worthy of a trial.
SODA FOR BURNs.-All kinds of
burns, includinig scalds and sunburns,
are almost innedia'ely relieved by the
apilication of at solution of soda to the
burnt siurface. IIt miust be rememiber
ed that diry soda1 wvill (10 unless it is
surrounded- sv ith a cloth malst enough
to dissolve it. This method of' sprink
lhng It on anti covering it with a wvet
cloth is often thme v'ery best. But it Is
stifieient to wash the wvound repeoated
13y with a strong solution. It would
be well to keel) a borttle of it always on
hand, made so strong that more or less
settles on the bottom. This is what is
called a saturated solution, and really
Euclh a solution as this is formled wihen
the dry soda is sprinkled on and cov
eredl with a moistened cloth.
llAKED SMsx~'nd.- Wash and dry the
fish thoroughly3 in a cloth ,a nd arrange
th em nicely In a ilat baking dish.
Cover them with fine bread crumbs,
andt pla1ce little liltces of butter over
them. season, and bake for fifteen
minutes. Just before serving, add a
squeeze of lemon juice, and garnish
w ith hriedl pa sley and cut lenmon.
SALMON SALA.-if ennned salmon
be usedl, drain is dry and lek it inito
flakes wilth a silver fork ; mince some
celery antd bolled beet-root together in
equal quanutitiles. and mix with salad
dressing an hour before required ; cut
a crisp lettnee fluelly and add it the
last thing. Garnish with slIces 01 hard
Tro MAKE SnOEs WATKiiPnlOF.-A
coat of gumn-copal varnIsh applied to
the soles of boots and shoes and re
p~eatedl as it dries until the pores ate
llled andt the surface shines like
p~ollshedt mahogany will make thme
soles waterproof' and mtake lihem last,
three times as long.
A MixTURE of oil and ink is gcod to
clean kid boots with, tho fIrst softens
and the litter blackens them.
A neto stenographic machm e,an Ita
lian Inuvention , was recently tosto~l in
the Frenchl Chamber in the presence o~f
Gamnbetta and other (oliils and mren
bers. Thme mmechasnisnm is operatedi by
moans of a keybo.ard, and the steno
graph ic signs, which are sitnitar to
those us9ed in tihe ordinary Fioech
shorthand, are automaticaliy pint:od
on a cont inuous ribbon of paper. 1I..
asmuchb as the~ signs represent soum'ns
without relation to speolling, the ma
chine can be tised b~y a person who
does not understand the lanmguage heo is
reporting. Tihe inventor's daughtet
made a successful trial, taking dlown ma
sp~eech read in italiaii and onec read by
Gambetta in French, with whieh Jan
gutage she has no acquatintence, amid
the enachine coimipared favot b.y In
spc vith the shorthantd writers ofl
the Guamuber. Further experhnents
wvill be made. with a view to time pruass
ble adoption of the apparatus, which
is aliready mi use ini the ltiaan chamn
Jiajor Sharrat sa13s that the p)revall
lng ignorance of theu proper wvay to
burn illunmintinlg gas results in great
injury to health and comfort as well as
in heavy pecnunlary less, lie e stimate
that of all the gas which pa-ses thirougha
a meter from 30 to 5 ) per cent w u
wasted. Theli principal cauises of I his
enormotus waste are bad burner(sI~ , ex
eesslve pr-essur e and unutable a -
rangeinents oif gas globes and fittlogs.
T1o insure~the best remults with thiegi eat
est e'COmyi)3 it Ia essenitial to burn ga
Luder low or very moderate pressure,
with thle atid of good burniers anti sutfl..
Mr. W. J. Melvin, .Editor Warren,
Mass. lic rald, was euredi of severe
Neuralgia by the use of St. Jacob's Oil
WIT AND HUMOR.
MAIRRIOWFAT got up unusually early tI a
other morning, and his wife asked him
if he would go out and buy some eggs
'or break fast, as 8he ha I for gotten to
order any the night before. Feeling
unusually good-natured, he answered
in the affirmative. "But," said Mrs.
M., "don't go to the grocer's; they
charge twenty-flyv cents a dozen for
them there,and they wereonly twenty
two cents at the butter and egg store
yesterday." Marrowfat said nothing
but a quiet smile played round the
corners of his mouth as he put on his
hat and wpnt out of the door. Wle n
he returned his loving spouse queried:
'gyts the same price to-day,umy tear ?'
"Well," replied paterfamiltias, "these
cost ine thirty-two cents." "Why,
Mr. Marrowfat, what do you mean ?"
asked she. "The grocer's Is next
d oor,the butter and egg store a quarter
of a tulle away; I rode down and
back; the cheapest things, any love,
are sometimes the dearest," chirped
Marrowfat as he burled his head In
the morning paper.
IT was In the operahouse. The two
gentlemen were from the country.
After the curtain fell on the firs. act,
one of them who had been reading the
programme, taid, in an excited man
ner: "It's a blame swindle, Just got
up to take in strangers." "What's a
swindle ?" "Here it says the next act
Is two years later. I wonder if they
think we are going to stay hero, "at
$2 a day, for two years, Just to see the
thing out?" They went out and saw
the ticket man about it.
A GrETLE HINT : They stood at the
door preparatory to saying good night.
"When shall I call again?" he askes
witi an emotion that made his eyed
misty any his voice soft.
"When papa returns," she answ ered
"And when will that be," lie eager
"WelI he starts for a voyage around
the world to-morrow, and I'll let you
know when h,- gets back.''
(Muscatino (1on% It,) Daily .Journal.]
Messrs. J. . Bennett & Co., Muske
goln, Mich. thus speak : St. Jacobs Oil
is the best liniment around here. We
sell more of it than of any other pro
prielary medicine we have in our store.
Our customers are continually praising
Its effective qualities; and we think,
that it is the best remedy for rheuma
tism, neuralgia, etc., we have ever had
"O1)nuNK again, ch ?" caid the magis
trate, contracting his brows and look
ing severely at the prisoner. "Yis,
yer honor," candidly returned Pat.
"I was aftr splittin wood at yer
honor's house, and one leddy asked if
I wud take suthin. "I will,'' says I,
ind I tuk two glasses, but if I had
known yer honor kept such bad liquor,
'pon ime sowl I wouldn't have tuk but
"lIAviE a paper?" bawl ed a newsboy
to an Old gentleman from the country,
on Galveston avenue. "No hurry.
Perhaps after you have read it I'll
glance over it," and as he pa'ssed on
down the street he murmured: "Nice
folks, the Gilveston peopIc, so polite
to a stranger; I've a notion of co
ing here to live."
MONTREAL haS a haunted house in
which "the stov i 11(is are lifted of the
stoves and sent flying through the
air.'' If the owvner of the ha unted
house takes our advice he wvill b uy his
wife a new dress. Hie may think he
can al ways dodge them, but seome time
one0 Of thotse lids will take him on toil
of the head and scalp him.
Tn E other morning an Irishmatn was
heard objutrgating as foliowys within
his dilapidated shanty:
"Where is my wvhite-hanzdled knife,
ye young spalp'en ?"
"'I don't kuowv, father.''
"Bad luck to ye I i'The niXt tim e ye
lose it., so as I can't funl it at all, I'll
cust off ycr hepid wid it !''
A CLKAnI headl and quick aceilon must
be p)osM~Sse for stowuly and sulccessful
eff'ort: but whoe can have such while
sulfering from Cold? Use Dr. Bull's
Coutgh Syrup and produce immediate
Finax.TTY LADY: "But whlat am I
to do ? I can't ride with my back to
the engi ne.'' Insolent Youth: "Bet
ter speak to the dIriver. He'll turn
the engine round to oblge you."
TulanE has been a rather baleful
feeling in the cotton market lately.
PUNCHf Is undoubtedly an Jsraelite.
lie blelieves in Judy'istn.
GREEN FORAGE CROPS
Giving My P'ractical Experience.
Also, the Practical Experience
TW~itll-fvo Practical Farmfers
With Ensilago and Silos,
(lving tluheir exiwerience of feeding Block of ali
ktinds with Ensx age and the practical resuilts
COnlutsively sho~wng the undoubtted success o
ti proe: ss-t ho lEnscilago of Or con Fcoragce
('ropi.. Bly tais proces~s the fatrmer can real-ze
live di lihera ica pl.see of one dollar, as pralceised
by the' old s\ stcem oif ltrccii. Also wondirflI
e n~ri~, l (ci iee ig pcultry at on:-.half the
in'11i5 booki cont atin 3 20 paiges, elegantly bouned
EVEnY' ONE 1.9 PIL(ANtED wITH iT,
As belig thie mac I thoeroug~h nnd praet~cal work
yet putli-hed~c onl ils sublljeet.. and a) are suir
prised at t ho '.ery low price.
For -ale atcl boo 'kstre,. all general stores
and all iews cl'pots in every city aned town
IN TIlE U'NITED STATES.
If the work Cann~iot 1.0o(obtant dI of them send
for it b~y maii.
Price of Book 50 Cents.
By Mail 60 Ots.
Sonid post omlca erder li clonvcnient-, Addrss
Those answering an Aavertisemnens vii
confer a favor upon the Advertieer ad tb
Pubitnher bysta nng that theysawhe.adve.
Mamaan a tbta Iaura (aa..au,=ne mane
Dr. Beale gives the followlug as the
simplest method of copying an object
magnified in the microscope: Arrange
the paper on a piece of stiff cardboard
so that it may be upon the same leve I
as the stage upon which the object is
situated, on the left side, if the right
eye is the one used for observation. i Jf
we now look steadily at the object
with the right eye, it will be found
that the object appears to be thrown,
as It: were,.upon the paper, and it may
be clearly seen by the left eye, and its
outline be very readily traeed, the
movements of the pencil being execut
ed by the right hand, if the observer
Is not able to use the left. By far the
best course, however, Is for fhe ob
server to acquire the habit of observ
ing with the left eye, in which case
the paper can be placed on the right
hand of the stage, and the righ ht hand
used for drawing. With a little prac
tice the relative position and correct
size of objects may be iauret in this
liaby Saved I
We are so thankful to say that our
baby was permanently cured of a dan
gerous and protracted irregularity of
the bowels by the use of Hop Bitters
by its uother, which at the same time
restored her to perfect health and
strength.-The Parents, R ehester, N.
Y. See another column.-Bufalo Ex
A clever application of the property
which selenium possesses of altering
its conductivity by the access of light
has been devised for regulating he
heat of the "mufile" furnace employed
in baking stained glass. Tle selenium
is so arranged in the foots of a para
bolic reflector placed at soino distance
from the muffle, that i telescope point
ed towards the I urnace is in a line with
it. In circuit with the selenium is a
therimoplie and an electric bell; but
this bell cannot give any alarm until
the resistance of the selenium is lower
ed by the access of light. When the
mtfile reaches a cherry-red heat, its
I ght is conveyed by the telescope
to the selenium; its resistance
Is altered and the bell rings.
By a system of levels, the fuel is so
diverted from the furnace that the
baking process comes to an end.
The rare phenomenon of an inverted
rainbow was observed at a Prussian
town on the morning of November 25.
Tihe ends of the semi-circle, the center
of which was the sun, rose and moved
westward with the latter for some
thirty miinutea, when the appearance
lave Youn iead It?
11. R. Stevens book on Ensliage, the
preserving of green forage crops in
silos, giving ills own experience and
the practical experience of 25 practical
farmers: 120 pages, elegantly bound in
cloth; price 50 cents; by mill, 60 cents
Addresi 11. R. S ovens. Boston, Mass.
The well-known lemon verbena is
systematically gathered in Spain,
where it is regarded as a fine stom
achie and cordial used in the form of a
decoetion. It is said that if it be used
one need never suff' i from flatulence,
nervousne ss,diarrhoea or loss of appe
A French physician says that the de-.
terioration of the race from improper
feediNg in ini'ancy has become suoh a
serious -question in France that the
governmenc now insists that children
sent ouit to nurse (a common practice
in that country) shall be reared on
Speaking, in a recent, lecture, of
IHerschel's discovery that the aun is
rapidly moving towvard a point in the
constellation Hercules, Prof. Bali, the
astronomer royal for Ireland, told his
audience that at the end of the lecture
they wouldl be 5,000 miles nearer to it
than they were at the beginning,
Imp~ortan~t to su freerra.
Te greatest boneoractor is one who relieves
pain and cures disiease. D)r. Biisbeo las ac
cormphshied both by lisa miraculous discovery
of "Anakesis," an absolute, easy, rapid
ad infallible cure for PILE8 in all stages
of devlopment. 20,000 sufferers testify
to its virtue. It is a simple suppository,
actig as anm instrummenmt, poultice aind mod
icine. Thie relief is instant, and cure cor
tain. P'rieo 4u1.00 per box. Samples sent
free oan application to "Anakesis" Depot, Box
39-10, New York. For sale by all first-class
As a Cure for Plieg,
Kidney-Wort acts first by overcoming, In the
mildest manner, all tendency to constipation;
then, by its great tonle and Invigoratmng pro
perties, It restores to health the debtilitated
and wea.ened parts.-hronicle.
Rvaporation is conined to the surface
of the liquId exposed to the air, andl
that may be stoppied, as In time case of
water, when oil is poured upon it.
Sahnoting 01:1il, down thae Itack,
D)ull p In In tie limibs, reausea. billouisneso, are
Rymptomsa of appronch'ing cover and agule. Use
withmou. nieiay Ilostetutr's 8tomach Hitters
which sumbstitutes for Lihe chilly sensattorva go
111al warmth, rcgilates the stomabh nd In.
parts tome 1o iho liver. Thme bowe. ti~dsiomo,.ch
and the biliary gland being restore a heatlthny
condition, the aiseaso is coti~ at thne out
set. For saile by all Drugght D~fcilealers gen
$777 A Y aind eosto ag'ta
Vo UBr...idd,, pai..
"THx baby has got a new tooth but
ale old lady is laid up with a coid in
tier head, and Johnny is down with
,he measles," remarked a Galyeston
gentleman to at defeated candidate.
"What in thunder do I care?" was
,he re ply of the defeated candidate,
cowling furiously. "Well," said the
gentleman, slowly, "before the elec
ion you used to tako me aside every
Ame you met me, and ask me low
ny family was coming on,so I thought
you would like to know. As I was
iaying, Johnny Is all broken out with
the measles, and the baby --" "Go
;o Halifax 1' roared the exasperated
x-eandidate, producing a police
whistle, all of which goes to show that
;he defeated candidate is quite as in
dependent as the one who is elected.
Truth and Honor
Query:-Witat I, the best family
medicine in the world to regulate the
bowels, purify the blood, remove com
tiveness and biliousness, aid digestion
and tone up the whole system? Truth
and honor compels us to answer,
1op Bitters, being pura, perfect and
harmless. See another colutun.-Toledo
AN Illinois man was arrested and
fined twenty-five dollars for disturb
ing a d6bating club. The court held
that the question, "Which can you
hurt yourself the most with, a hornet
or a wasp? should have been deelded
by debate and not by His letting a lot
of specimens of each kind of insect
loose in the hall, so people dould com
pare the two and judge.
Wz can insure any person having a
bald head or troubled with dandruff,
that Carboline, a deodorized extract of
petroleum, will do all that is claimed
for it. 1t. will not stain the most
delicate fabric and Is delightfully per
"Jon, my dear," said his wife
wreathed in smiles, **I wish you had
been at. church this morning. Mr.
Goodwill was very interesting; and
when lie prayed for the absent ones
-' "Well that accounts for it
then. I haven't caught such a string
of fish for a year as I did this morn
LYDIA E. PINEHAM's Vegetable Com
pound cures female complaints by re
moving the cause.
BiAnRRs selt bears' grease without
the trouble of catching tile bearR,well
knowing that a bladder of lard will
answer the same purpose.
MRS. LYDIA F. PINKHAM, OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Curo.
for all those Palntil complainte and Weaknesses
aceommnon toonrbest female populatlo.
It will cure entirely the worst form of FemaloCom
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inliamamation and UI'era
tion, Falling and iuisplacemecnts, and tho consequont
flpinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to +.he
Change of life.
it will dissolvo and expe' tumors from the uterus in
an early stage of deovelopment. Tho tendency to can
cerous humors there Is checked very--peedily b~y Its uses.
It removes faintness, flatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulants, and relieves weaknes, of the stomach.
It cures Bloating, Headachecs, Nervous Prostration,
General Debilit-y, fSleeplessness, Depre..sion and Indi
That feeling oi' bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, is always pernaanently cured by its use.
It will at all times and smd~or all circumstances act in
harmony with the laws th~at govern the female aystem.
For the cure of ifidney Complaints of either sex this
Compound is unsur passed.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETAnLE CoM
POUND is prepared at 233 and 235 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Meas. Price $1. Six bot tles for $5. sont by mail
inathe form of pills, also in theo form of lozenges, on
recipt of price, $1 per box for either. Mrs. Plnkham
freelf'answors all X 'tters of inquiry. Sendi for pamph
let. Addrsas as above. Mention this Iuyer.
No family should he without L.Y>In .j. PINKHAMV
LIVERl' ILLs. They cnre c..mstipat'on, bieusns
and torpidity of the liv'r. 26 cents per box.
*- Sold by all Druggiac.. "g$
"For ORG ANISTS I'
Organ Geins. ($9 50.) By F. L. Davenport.
Or-gaas Selection,. ($1 50.) By Peterst.
Nlattate's Organ, Vol untasrtes. $2.50.
lRatisste's Last Cons positions. $.0
Organist's IReliance. (loa Nos., each $1.95
com~letc $6.) By Eugene Thayer.
Esndel's Original Organ -0ompost*
in these six well made books will be found a
very large nuhmber of volunt.aries,some clsasseal,
somo now and light.,lbut, all good. Organists
iil be glad to use tihe longer ones intaci, and
to adopt the shorter compositions as thsemes
fromn which to vary.
Rble Taylor, price reduoed to 50 cents.
Olivetto, price reduced to 60 cents.
Johllson's New Methoul for Harlolly,
($1.00.) fBy A. N. JIOiINsON. " Tihe bes. boo0k
'B tbe worid" (for Its object), was the comn
mncndat ion bestowed by an en thusi astic: pupil
on a former book by the same author. llowevel
that may be, this is his newest trc atise, and
can harly 1)0 excelled ior plainess of explana
tion. ease and thoroughness. It does uot, at,
tempt t'ounterpmint, or any of the higher pro.
loims of compiosition ; but conhin, 5 itcielf to
those things tht, every o:'ganist, every good
pl yer, ated everyv colnposer of "the p. opls'is
inusic," oughlt to know.
OLIVER DITSON & CO,, Boston.
5. E. DsTEON. & CO.,
lt2a4Chs.atnest Street. Plshuadelpsihhs.
A POSITIVE CURE
For Exhausvsted Vitality. Nervou esrPhyse
lensE lDebiIli .IDr. Hleord's RE1S1fOtATs VB
PaiLIM. Tuenlebrast d Frenchb Remedy is sip.
proved by the Academy of Maeieino, of Paris, and
by the celebrated Pha sicians s'Ir If. 'Thompson, Dr.
chemest Ijeb ig a a othe'rsend for circular, ienS
por mmmiii in se led boxes on receipRt of p rice, flexes
-. 1 110.I.I.B nils *r ol Aget for th
simile Letter from ceio'd Dr. fIcurd, of Pasris.
9eoSLA ANYeronth. All EXPENE
* &sCvanen . ,AJE ~remptl paid. N8 E
$999 M.*." d WAMI' Ugsa
E NCYCLOPAEDIA a
h isthn atnt uad tsinesst and rolal
tisomit aeld how 1o perform All the various du
tie lie, ndhow to appear to the best advantage
A0 N1wg Sed eo elir o ta
.gakDB M 1K.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Goat, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and He!rdache, Frosted t
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation on earth equals Sr. JACOS OIL
"s a saf 8 11 tC si e nd cheap External
Itemely. A tr ia entals, but the corupnratively
triffing outlay of 50 Cents. awlI every onle sufftering
with pain can haveo cheap and positive proof of Its
Direotions In Eleven Languages.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DRALERS
A. VOGELER & 00.,
Baltimore, Md., U.S. As
The Onily Remect
That Acts at the Samo Time on
The Liver, The Bowels and The Kidneys
TAise combined action gi ves it wrondetful
power to curealS diseass.
Why Are We Sick?
Because w'e alloto thee great orffane-tobe
Conte clogged or torph , and poisonous Au
mosat, (Atefr orced into the blo
at should be expelkd naturally.
Bilousness, Piles, CftnstlpatiOn, idne
Coinplanti and i ise es, nek
nesses and Nervous Disorders.
by at jrye actionof these organs an
restoring (heir powe to throw off disease.
Ithty'utlerl It IIns II aIuI anI aches?
Why tormented with 1ileg, Coi st Ipaton
Why frightened overdisordereil KIdneys I
Why e dure nervous or sick headachest
Why have sleepless nights I
- Ue KIDNEY WORT and refoJce In
Aealth. It i4 a dry, vegetable compound and
1One Vaekago will make six Qtisol Medicine.
Get it of your Drugqist, he Ill order it
WEL'.0, BIG R80m a; 0, ti~etors,
0 A (endn net pald.) 11urlitton yt.
(A Mledilie, net a Drink.)
HOPS, BU'CHIU, MANDRAKE,
AND rTn Pr RF8C AND EPsT MRt CA LQUALue
All Dieae of the8tosnch, Bos, Blood,
vousess ee e s i sea ly
$1000 IN COLD.
Wil ,e raifr a ease tey il o tcure or
tem b efor yo Bleep ak no thr.
3)D C.i a n abolute an ii tirrisi the ure for
BEND FoR CIRICULAnS.
All above gol by driurigt.
j~e O~ier Ni'. ..,Roceter, N. Y'., & Toronto, Ont.
Battle Creek, MiVchigan,
XANUTFAOTURPAns OW TER ONLY GENUINE
T HRESH ER8,
Traction and Plain Engines
Mto eeThche~tryJ Eet Ished
YARS*/o"' e -ar-'oeee - -itl
C n IM-s an S1PIl t Ol uand
'Iw os~iu of" nut d osaPowelse
eve paeen H n
rotutsd of spca *etue n mrsm~t
for A1ent togther wtho standrdqtte AgricultruI
Foring offeesor Prouo ites
nTnl'L Ho henfgr
Mare oy~ o'ora,inery -
naZ r~ 10 18 aorn a-oter a
J.O.M CHDOL0, HPfARldeh a .
teisu i Bo iia Stnd d Aoluiua u
an oe t tm ine forn anPtrofihtho
b ors ieA isoes sea sand h
Make Moonea':M s
ars-ap rilin Rosoli t,
fiE GREAT BLOOD PUEIFIER
OR HOF BRONI DISE
TAltY OR CONTA oUs,
0 IS Bested In The Lungs or "tomeh,
.r..oes, o esh o er e,
ORUPTING TH SOLID AND TIATng
Chronic Rhoilmatism Berofula, Glalidul
wowln, Hacking Dry dou 1, Cancerous A ly
ons, phillito at Bleed of t
u , 1g _V 1ypsta. Wa r hreb, Tlo loru
Tumors, Ulcers, Skin and l1iH
joeas Mercurial Diseases, Female Coln.
inluts, Iout, Drop y, Salt lilieum, Bi onIchitik
\iver Complaint, &c.
Nt oly do4e the BarSarillUau Resolvet
Keel allremed1&&Ptiata inOcure of hroiK
proft~ul aand Skin Diseasaa
it it is e postive aura for
EIDNIV AND BLADDERCOXPLAIN
trinary and Womb Diapases, Gravel Diabetes
Ire sto se Of Water ooainence 9
P hrighi D esea Albulninurla, and in all
Lee0 w iro there are briok-dust depositso
ke wtr Iq thick oloud r, mixed with sub.
tances like the white of aegg or threadslike
rhite silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious
arance and White bone-dust deposits, and
there Is a prioking, burning lefnsation
rhen . water, and pain In te small o
he* bk and o the lolns. Sold by Drag*
1st& PRION ONI DOLLAn,4
IIVARIAN TUMOR OP TEN Y EARS' GROWTS (
OURED'NT DR. RADWAY'S RICMEDIgS.
One bottlo oontain more of the active prinot
Mof Mediolnes than any other Pro atio
A in Teaspoonful 1doe, while o re
sieAve or MiA times An Much. ".
R. R. R.
CURES AND PREVENTs
)YSENTF RY, DIARRHCEA,
FEVER AND AGUE
Lobseness. Diarrho i, Cholera Morbus. or pf*
'u1 discharges from the bowels .are stopped
l6 or 20 miutes by taking itadway's lwudy I!
lef. No congestion or Iflammnation, no wea-,
ioss or laazltude wl.1 follow the use of tae R.
IT WAS THE FIRST AND IS
The Only Pain Remedy
Lh it, intantly stops the most exoruelat in
pains, ailays Inflammatio.-ts, and cures Conr*.
Lion-, whther of the Lungs, Stotuac), isowe o
)r other glands or organs, by onn apiltlitlo
its from olo to twenty Min utes, no ua
Ler how violent or excrucihatn the pain. t. I.
Rheicunatle, Bed-ridden, Inflhm. ri Npled, r
rus, Neuralg i or prostrated with dsw ma
suffer. HA WAY'S READY RELIEF will atfold
Inflamunation of the Rd aeys,
Ies iaanOsti tjon of lat Bladeer
Ingiamanution of the Ilowels.
('oexestoin of the Laungs
Sore Throat, ifilenli Breasingu .
'algtitation of the *art -
fystertes, Croup,, Diphtaerta
sI eadach. Toothae re,
N'ervosamuaoa, o tleeplessne'v,
told CIsillta, Agne Oblilei
01htlblalns and Frost Bites.
'he applicatton of the Ready Ielief to the part
,r parts where the pain or diniculty exists w .1)
a frd ease anmi comn ort,,
Thirty to dixty drops In a half tumbler of
water wvill in a few minutes cure Oran'e
,prains Sour atomnach, Heartburn, Sick lead
tche, Diarrhoea Dysentery, Colic. Wind in the
Ilowels, and all Internal pains, e
Traveiers should always carry a bottlo of I d
way's hteady Relief with thbem. A few drops It
dater will prevent siekness or pains ftorn
*hang 01o water. It Is ietter than icrune
Irandy orhiitors as a atimulant. Price FIUtj
Conto. per bott,1e.
Radway's Regulating Pills.
Perfeet Purgatives, Soothing Aperteata
Aet WIthout l'ain, always Reliable
and Natural in their OperatIon.
& TEGETABLY SURSTITUTE 70OR CALOXEL
Perfectly tasteless, elegant oated witl
Dwetim, Durgs, regulate, purfy, coleanse and
RADWAT's PILs for te cure or all Disordert~,
ef the e-tomach L Iver, Jowels Kidneys, Blad
der, Ner' ous Dfmouass, lladac 10, Constipat Ion,
Vostiveness Indigest~Ion, Dyspepla, Billous
ness. Fever. Inniammation of thbe owels Pilesa
and all derangements of the Internal /iscera'.
Warranted to effect a perfect cure I Purely~
ve etable, containing no mercury, mInerals n-'
BVObserve the following syptoms resulting
from Diseases of th esative Orgains : Consti
patton Inward Piles, Fllness of the Blood In
Head, Aidity of the Stomach, Nausea. hleasrt
bDrisgust of Food, Fullness or Weight Io
te mtsach, Sour Etuctations, Binking or Fiut.
fring at the Beart, Choking or Suffering Sen.
mations when In a ling posture Dimtness o1
Vision, Dots or Webs Beore the Sigt Fever an d
Dull pin in the Head, Deficiencyv of Porspira
tion Yellowness of the Skin and Ryes. P 'i -
the Aide, Chest, Limbs end Budden Flushes lv
Beat, Burning In the ltesb,
A few doses of RAwwAY's Prinal will free the
systela from all the above-named disor-ders.
Pries,3 Co aets per Ben.
We repeat that the reader must osult oen
books and papers on the subject of diseases anf
their cure, among which may bo named a
'False and True ,"
"Radway on Irritable Urethra,'"
afRadway on Serofula,"
and ether, relattag to different olaste s ia
SOLD BY DHUGGISTI~e
EEAD **FAXE AND TRUN."
Gend a letter stamD~ to RADWA Y * 00.,
No. 'A Warren, 00s. Church Stt., New
aWraformati orth nousands wil he sea
TO THE~ PUBLIOe
There can be no better g'arantee of the val'
et Dai. R Apway's old estaulished R. It. II. Rn5
PINS than the base and worthless imitations
them as there are False Resolvents, Relie
and iesi Be sure and ask for Rad way't ant
Stthat n am. "Radwap* i ea wh. got *
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CENTENNIAL ant PA N
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e ik rei n t or>rltin ity t
nmonty. Metol for 'tar I-lu'
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M S n stam for ('ataleon..
Blees8bst~ns.lRvolvers.sena s.oe.d to examinauc,
WgOT.I new and wondorfhd romeody which to
7, work on natural princlile. It ro..toros strengt
elens tesystem of aooumulratod and poisone
S been ,lsd also Pile, Constiation, Riheumaat$'
have es of testimony of its wonderful ur
te harm tha~ go, or drastio pills, but, uinsa
IA, R 103h Ro0 A' , pqsa~~Qt