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Women And Tobacco,
"It is true, says Dr. Hammond, that
American women do largely use tobac
co. In fact, they always have. Ameri
can ladies of African descent in the
south have always smoked their pipes,
and their white sisters do not altogeth
er disdain the pipe and 'dippipg.' But
here at the north many ladies have, In
Imitation (f Cuban, South American,
Spanish, Freneh and even English
women; taken to the use of cigarettes,
to their very great detriment."
"Why more so than to ine ?"
"I don't thinig men are often Iinjred
by the moderate use of tobacco In
smoking. But the female body Is no
more adapted to the use of tobacco than
the female mind 6a to mathematics. It
causes neuralgia, headache, dyspepsia,
palpitation of the heart, and, worst of
all, ruins the complexion and disorders.
the teeth. I say nothing about the
health, but I think nevertheless, that
all will agree that the stale odor of
tobacco coming from a woman't mouth
is worse than the same smell exhaled
by a man. As to chewing In men and
its analogue, 'dipping,' in women,
nothing can be filthier,and I know that
b, th are productive of diseases of the
nervous system ?"
"But, doctor, does not smoking cause
disease of the nervous sybtei in m1en0
as well as in women ?"
"Certainly It does, if Indulged in to 1
excess. But then mnci's nervous sys
tems are not so impressionable as wo
men's and hence a man can do wany
things with impunity or even benefit
which would be impossible for a wo
man to do witkout great ribk. And be
sides it does not make much dlfference
to a man if his complexion 'Is a little
sallow, his eyes lustreless, his body
shriveled and his skin rough, whereas
these things are very important to a
"I see you are an'admilrer of beauty
in women, doctor ?"
"Yes. it is the greatest gift a wo
man can have, for It not only means
iesthetle enjoyment for all who look at
her, but it means a healthy mind and
a healthy body; and then the means
so necessary to preserve beauty are the
very ones necessrry to keep the mind
and body In sound healith.
"llow large Is a dog?"
"'Well, that depends. It he's run
uing away from you lie looks about the i
size of a gallon Jug, but It lie's coining
at you he looks as large as a yearling
"Dl)o dogs guard the house ?"
"Yes, particularly the kitchen door.
Nothing hurts a dog's feelings so much
as to have his master think lie's wait
Ing for bones, instead of being there
"Can a dog take a hint?"
"Yes. As soon as one sees a farmer
coming across the fields with a gun. lie
knows that killing sheep i8 OVei' for
that morning, and away lie goes."
4 "Are ldogs very . strong?"
* '"You'd think they could pull a sawv
*log to Judge by the amount of' howling
they will do between dusik and day
break, butt the mihnuite a boy wants a
ride en hiis sled tile faiiiily (log is
troubled with hecart disease aind genier
"Can dogs 11nd( their way home from
*long dlistances ?''
'"it's according to thle doLr. it it's
one y~ou want to get rid of lie can find I
his way back hu6n9e fromi California. t
If' It's a good one lhe's apt to get lost If
hie goes roumnd the corner.''
"'Can (logs aee in the dlark ?''
"'Some appear to, bitt Instances are t
not rare where (logs commiiandied to
rush out and devour the fellow hook- I
lng wood, have rushed uinder lie bed
by mistake and stayed there. Th'lat's a
all about (dogs."
lake all thme cut-of-the-way Parts of
Paris, Q aartier des Epiniettes Is lighi.- (
edl by oil lamps, slung on wires across
the street or hanging at the desolate t
corners from a soi't of wooden gallows. 6
Tlhe back streets of tii quarter (chief
hy composed of low stone hults with iat
red tile root's) have a great r'esembhlance f
to thle old streets and( lanes of southern n
Freinchi towns-a resemblanlce which Ia t
not a little streiigthened by the un
savory odors wvhleh prevailed in tis
unfortunate district, which has ac- c
Quired the worst reputato.m for' villainy c
of any [Paria. Nor Is tis to he0 woi.. -
dered at. T1hie cnd less labyriiths of
small passages, the rambling housesa
with half a dlozen entrances, and the a
numerous courts or "cities" which a
abouiid on all sides, miake It a splenldidh a
place to hide in, or to escape from if' t
pursued. Th'lese ''cities'' arc niany of I
irecent constiruction, anid certain y 3'IC- I
nleet no credit Oil the persons who suf
fered them to be built. The space be- C
tween what must by courtesy be caulled 0'
houses, although thley ar'e far' more
like cattle-stalls, rarely exceeds four
feet. No p~rovision of any sort what- t
* ever exists for dIrainiage. aiid Oil either m'
side of thme focotway sonme of the most 0
abandoned rulilans of Plairis may be
-seen in the (lay timle taking thieiir Oes
* in their chosen abodle-whilch many
miostly (10 inl the suninyii3 w. eaithier by
- *g'ing on their backs on the floors of':
thieir dens with their feet projecting
throughl the doors, foruming an avenue i
*of boots which might be monotoiious s
to thle eye of a spectator but for the In
terpositiotn of a bare foot or two. As
a rule they seem to be left completely
to their own devices--the Police con--~
*tenting theomselves with making a ral a
in force fronm timle to time, on wvhieh I
occasin the BSergenfs (de t'ill pay dlearly
for such victories as they may in.
In a recenlt attack on' the Cite Villa des
Fleurs, the iiemnbers of that body c
which M. Victor Hugo abhors barely *'
escaped with their lives.
AL a late meeting of the F'reneh aca- c
demy of sciences Mr. Durand readl a
highly interesting paper on a method
of producing speech in electric coni
densers, anld particularly in the sing- 2
ing condenser,. d
A WAsI FOR OUTSIDE WALL.
L'he inquiry is frequently made as to
he best kind of cheap paint or wash
or outbuildings, having any good do
tr'ee of durabilty. The material us u Ily
recommended is a mixture with ihme
is its base, which the experienee of all
parties using it proves that it is short
ived and poorly rdWarding 'lIe time
ind other expense of puttitig it oil,
I have long used for whitening my
walls- in my dwelling, and also for
barns and shedo, the following prop1
ration ; Dry zo, 1 pound ; white
Clue, 1 cz ; or In the same pronor
Ion of ingredients for any quat.t'ty
The zinc must be ground or pul
verized, and discolved in water mod
3rately hot, stirring It thoroughly dur
Ing this process. 'ie lue Is to be dis
olved in a vessel by itself In the usual
nanner and added to the zine mix.
;ure while yet hot, stirring the same
luring the process and for some little
imeafterward. The object desireJ is
i thorough admiuitre of the ingredi
ants. The pri paratien when ready
for use should be of the consistency
)f ordinary white wash. It is best an
)lied with a wide brush. WallS
:reated with this mixture, which have
'iet been limed, will proeerve a pure
vbiito for several years and will I ot
ub oil. Twelve years since I applied
his mixiture to my barn and shtied,
mtd t0-day It is nearly as white ai
vlen, at II rst put on, and cannot be
'ubbed off with the hand. If tinting
or bi rdering Is desired, I have no
loubt t lint a slight ad nixture of lamp
j!ack would give i. lo iden color I
lave not used it on iewly dr ased sur
'ace and do not know whether It v. ould
Wdhere. A good quality of dry z'ne
iould be purchased for from 0 to 7
!ents per ound.
Tn'IC GAUi DEN SUPij Y Fon TilC TAIIIE.
-Too trany farilner neglect to suppl~y
heir own tables with any suitable
rarlety of vegetables atid fruit. By a
mall outliy o' noney and labor every
'armer cani keep his table supplied with
. succession cf fresh vegetables
brough the whole season. Spihnich
>lanted as soon as the weather is sult
Lble will furnish the finest greens be
ore other vegetables come on, but if
t had been js planted in the fall It
,volld have come Into use in April,
inder ordinary conditions. Thin ratt
sies, lettuce, cuuem1bers, tomatoes,
weas, beans, sweet corn, summer,
quashes, beets, melons, and turban
qiiasie;, will furnish a welcome and
violesome addlition to the farner's
atre thiroughouit the seasonI f. If in addi
Ion to tlhese, there are a few roots of
huiba'a, a bed of asparagus, a bed of
trawberries, and a small collection of
mall fruits, a ftrmr may live in lux
try and health, sneh its his occupation
'ughit to afford, instead of the tiresome
ro! o cny ald scareity of tile good
hings of tha farm that many farmers
mit up with from slier carelessniess,
iioughtiessiness or Ii ziness.
COMLAIx-r Is mitade and with rea
on, that the mIakers of cheese show
o little destre to please Zhe constimer
n the quantity and form of their pro
let. They mnake cheese of the form,
tile and fiizalt.ity desired by English
ea'ers, and tile home consumer who
v'ould gladly buy a e amn cheese
vulghiig twelve or lifteeni pounds is
4higed to put IpI with the pieces,
vhieh tile grocer cuts off', where the
vaste Is immense, the quality not
,ood, aid where the cheese when cut
s tl t, to aibSOrb the oc'ors 01'surround
tug codfish, mackerel, oniionis, tobaZcco
iid keroseneC. For the w~aste In the
tore the perIsons whio buy have to pay.
Es f ar as form and~ size go the cheese
urn ished before the factory system was
tartedi was nmuchi better than since.
CJ.OVFIn ON COnN ILAND.-A Masse
husotts lfamer, ~noted for tihe exe&
ienCe ot his cor'n crop), gays thait is
lain for years hass been to sowv (lover
n a third part of his plowedl land, aid
at it grow and1( remialin utneut thirough
hie enitire season, pilowing It uiider late
lie next 50eason anld planting corni
pon1 It, ills experience, lie says,
eachies thiat the clover', with its vast.
mnolunt of roots, is fiilly equal to
wenity-tive loads1 of manure per acre,
'lhen be takes another thirdi part and
roceeds in the same11 way.
Fznriiizcn FORt P'oTATOES-ini thle
bsence of good iiaure thie best sub
titutte for the u1se 0n potatoes is the
pecially prepared potato ferti' Izer, or
upaprphiospihate of lIme. Rutther t han
so firesh mlatnre It would be better to
cep thlat for 60111 0other crop and pro
nre the fertilizer, because this p)ro
iees linc-lookIng, thini and~ clear skm.i
ed piotaltoes, w hli fresh rnurie cer
iunly produiices scabbli:o s, which
reatly' nj ures the q uahity.
Prouf. D.)ufour, of Paisa, has arranged
thnermocinet rio apph)aratuIs whiichi shows
ie changes of tomlperature. Iu a very
narked way. Th'le mere appros c h of
Ie handl~ to thie bulb wvill throw a
eedhle over' tho whole of a gradiulated
reC. '['le device ionsaists of a bent tube,
aving a bulb at one0 endl, coated on the
utside with lampblack. IThe middle
f this Lulbe is fIIlled w. th mer cury~and
a supported by arms nicely pivoted.
hove thle pivot as 11ixed an idex
etdle, which mloves8 across a gradu
ted are, andit benecathl the pivot, halngs
tOdl to which is -ttiched b~y friction
small1 weight, whichl erves 10 bal
nee t ho needle so as to make it 111oit
zero on the arc. Wheii the tempera
.tre rises hii the slightest dlegree, the
eait, beinug readily absorbedi by tie
unp jblac~k on th aiiiir-bnil b, driv es Lh e
icearyii' forward and dikl~ces the
entro (of gravity sc that, the neei
.1 rns a~t once toward the right. Whlen
:10 blb~t is exposed to a tuercaso of
3 mperatumre ifiie needCled points towiard -
10e uoft.. So sensitive ls tlila apparaus
) ethanges of temperatuire, it hia been
ecessary, Lt) check Ice sudhden tippling
ver* whent explosed to ai ra~thir nign
uat, very ij miceny, to pla.ce two fixert
inis at, conivenlient point beneatni th
The. innte(ral of somie cf those r'e
uarikable strucetures called vItrified
Lrts found ini F~rance antd other coui t
rles of Eu rope hats been exam ied bay
I. D)autce. lie dloes tact tlhinik thait the
11me1 plan of muakinig them wa'zs invari
bly parsued, itu, he is itnclined to be-.
love titbat the fire was aipplied within
hie walluis so,* as to secr a ntiiturai
raughit,, which may also have beetn as
istett by a cuirre., of ci oreed airt. To
itrif'y wails so thick as those of these
arts the hat uumi ustive been in Lense.
A acto mnethod of obtai ninig graini ini
hioto-etngraving hias beeni inttrod uced
y Alij. . tertiouse. lie presses sand
r gilass paper itito gelti no reliefs, and
s tile shatdows cotain a thicker layer
f the goheltie, and as, therefore, the
atnd 01r gltass is miore strotngly forceu
I, a voe y perceptilble graini is pro
WVuxas: 1s the nieed of halviniga standi
ig army ? deantds a peace journal.,
ho 1need whatever, L et them sIt~
To KEeP OUT MOTHs.--lly the tar
paper in sheets from the drug store.
It costs fifty cents for a dozen large
sheets. Have the woolen articles well
brushed, and wipe off with a little
diluted ammionia any grease spots, as
these are the places where it Is most
likely the moth will have laid its eggs.
lat Is the reason that moth holis are
frequently found on the front of the
waistcoat or front breadths of the
dress. If you see any susp'clous lo k
ing white films upon the cloth, Fe '-%e
against these by pressing then with a
hot iron over a damp cloth. It is
claimed by some that the tar paper
not only will keep out moths, but that
it will even destroy the grub. But
this is not sure, so take care that, there
are no moth films or white specks up
on the garments you put away, and
you may safely trust the tar paper to
keep them out. The most delicate
wite woolens and furs can be laid
aw:ay in this paper without any pre
tection, as tho tar does not rub off.
'he leading tailors put away their
winter goods in tar paper. For the
large fur lined garments, if you send
these to a trusty urrier, he will en
sure then. If you do nfot care to do
this, envelope the cloak at its full
length with tar paier and then sew it
up in a coarse linen bag, hanging it
tip, as if it was.a canvae-covered ham.
I'ne coarse glossy gray linen that
comes so cheap for usters ani sutm
uner coats is the right thing, as it is
slippery enough to repel the moths;
mnodis iik t-oti nects and do not like
linon fibre. 'The tar paver alone is
stfficleznt it you put the cloak away in
a cuest. If you hang it up it is best to
have a ung for it.
Dixxs made from fresh or pre
served fruits are sometimes useful in
fevers. Rh ubarb tea is a very refresh -
ing spring beverage. Slice about two
pounds of rhubarb, and boll for a
quarter of an hour In a quart of wa
ter; strain the lI'quor into a jug, ad'd
ing a small quantity of lemon peel,
and soei sugar to taste-, when cold It
is fit for use. Apple water may be
nade in the same manner. The ap
plcs should be peeled and cored. Sugar
should not be added to eitlner of tie
above until after the liquor is removed
fron the fire. In the ausence of fresh
fruit, a pleasant beve'age may be pre
pared by stirring suflicient raspberry
jam or currant jeily lito tie required
rquantity of water, straining the l!qu r
ieforeogiving it to the patient.
Oxic who ias tried itcommnnilea's the
following about curing sore throats :
Let each one of your readers buy at
any drug store one ounce of cam pnort
od oil, and five cents worth of chlorate
ol' po.ash. .When any soreness ap.
peiars in the throat, put the potash in
a hall tumbler ful of water, and wi:i
it gargle the throat thoroughly ; then
rub the neek thoroughly with the
caniphora-ed oil at night before going
to bed, and also pin around the throat
a strip of woo'en flannel. This is a
siniple, cheap and sure remedy.
CHINA AND> GLASS CEMENT.-TO on11
pint of milk, add one pint of vinegar;
separate Vie curds froin the wney and
mnix the whey with the whnites of flive
eggs; beat it well together, sifting in
to it a stillilent quantity of qu'ckhtme
to convort It into a thick paste. Brok
en china or glass mnended with this
cement Will not agaln separate and
will r'esist tHe action of fire and wvater.
FRENCn[ CAKs--TwO cups of sunger,
one cup o1' butter, onne cup of milk,
three cups of flour, three eggs, one
teaspoinfunl sodia, two teaspoon tuls
i'ri am tarrar, (lne cuip oh pp~ed raisins.
lleat but ter and sugar' to a creamn; add1(
tine eggs we'll-beateun; dlissolve tine
soda iiinn iheilk, and mix tine cream of
tarntar wvithn tihe liour'; addi ralisins anid
'spice to tanste; bake ini ranther a quicks
MEnicAL meni claim that . pOnmd
rud a quar'ter of oat meal will supply
1s much nitrogen amnd almosr. as miuchi
hat to tine body as one p~ouind of uin
3ooked meat of or'dinary quality. A
nan gets thrn'e times as much nourish
ment at thnu samne cost in oatmeal as he
toes in meats. Omne pound aind a half
)i hundian ineal is equal to omne pound
f uinncoked meat in nitrogen, and
flrpasses it in fat.
Fl~AXSICRDI ten, whnich is good for'
sough and sore thn'oat, is nmade as fol
.Ows: Punt two tablespoonnfuls whnite
lnnxseed in a pint of boling water,and
boil for fifteen minutes. Cut up one
ennoin aind punt in a pitehner, with two
anbiospoomnI tls of sugar. Stralin thne
en boiling hot thriough a wire strain)
r' unto thne pitcher aind stir togethner.
A aoon way to keep tine cat th moist
in ia hnnging L:asket without, tihe trouble
>f' taking it dowin, is to fill a bottle
vithn wanter and putt nn twvo pieces of
mrn, leavling onne end( ountside On the~
'arthn. Suspend tine bottle just abave
lhe basket anid allow tine wanter to dinp;
his wvill keep tine ear'thn moist enughi
'or witer and save an greant dheal 01
tie and labor.
Tlo keep bread imoist, keep a large
niarhcen j r-a cover of' thn' same ma
er'ial ia better' than a wot deni oine-and
nave it we'll al red and frieshn ; let tine
>read~ be welil cooledl alter it is taken
r'omn tine oven, and themn p)-5ce in the
:nr aund cover' closely. it vwill keep
unst arid fresh a long time.
TuFR an Is o better remicdy for the
sOdning mnothn than to pastarne hogs in
hec orchanrdl, to eat wormy apples aind
ihe wvormus tiney coninm. M r . Josephn
larr'is' tine orchaird 01f Nt r horn py
npiles near fUochiest~nr is a goodi ex
unpie of tine belilt of thnis pratctice,
1 rhe 5ick Romul.
I ider all circnuimstainces keep, tihe re
~reshmencnts lnteindedl for tine use of tine
innald covered. Milk is a readly ab
or'bennt. Th'ien there are cooling dlrinkcs,
leilles, b'-me'nmnges, atnd a var'iety ot
liqunids usuially seen at tine invalid's
bedside, whnich are more or less absorb
ant. These shioulid be kept covered. I
since visited an lnvailid whno had1 her
bedside table supplied wvith an array of
glasses, cups, tumnjblers, etc., tine coin
teunts of not one of which could we see,
di beling cover'ed with a most amusing
variety 01 glass and porcelain lids. Tine
invalid lIked to forget tine contents of
Mech and wasl anmuised to lift one or an
ther of tine tinny covers aund select a
refreshmnent which presented itself to
ienr taste' And to keep invalds amused,
ad ready to relish what is provided
for them, arc imnporntantdutles in nurs
ing. Such shight'attteintins cost lIttle
rouble, while they prove to thne
uif'e n'er that lie or shne is tenderly bared
A LITTLE miss, residing not far off,
had got Into the naughty habit of not
stating things as they were, or, t0 put
It plainly of stating them as they were
not. Rsthier t ian reasion with her on
the wioLe Iness of lying, her n tier
one day took down a New Teslaherat
and very solemnly read the story of
Ananias an] Sapphira, and their sue
den death, because they disregarded
the truth. The little lady heard the
story through, and looking up, said:
mamma, I don't believe It; I've told
lots and lots of lies." What answer
could be made.
AN estimable citizen of Brooklyn
was aroused from his peaceful slum
ber about midnight recently by a loud
knocking at his front door. Appear
ing at a window he asked what was
wanted. "Who lives here?" Inquired
a man from the street. "John .B.
Smith," he replied. "Are you sure
of It?" asked the disturber, "Of
course I am,'' said the citizen. "I am
Smith, and i've lived here for 25
years." "Well," said the disturber.
as lie walked slowly away, "why
don't you move, Mr. Smith? '
(Nashville Daily News.]
Such is the term Mr. C. W. Purcell,
of the Diationat Stock Yards, Chicago,
Ill., applies to his sufferings. Ie says:
"I for one, wish to sneak a word of
praise for St. Jacob's 011. I suffered
with a pain in my shouldet and arm
for some six months and at times It
was terrible. One bottle of St. Jacob's
Oil, however, cured me thoroughly.
A NEWsPAPER man recently died In
Aurora, Ill. Men usually die ill; but
now three women, each of them
claiming to be the wife of the deceas
ed,come around to claim his diamonds.
We are snrprised that this particular
newspaper man should leave only
three living wives, but lie was prob
ably an amateur. We, however, beg
to assure the widows that tfie dia
monds are hardly worth quarre l'ng
about. All are not diamonds that
IN the heat of actual battle it is no
uncommon occurence for soldiers to
get more loads into their guns than
they fire off. A soldier, who, after a
het contest, had nine ball ca r'dgea
lodge(i in his gun-barrel which lie
could not extracr, was advised by a
comrade to "prime her up with day
powder and fire her olla little at o
tilme."' When lie came back from the
Hospital,after making the experiment,
he said : "The gun went olf a littlh
at a time all right; but I am sure
she came back all at once."
[Harrisburg, (Pa ) Indepondent.)
For five years, says Mr. J, Euhter,
thiscitv,[have been afflicted with rheu
matism, and for two years have had a
sore on my leg the size of a silver dollar,
which nothing would heal. St. Jacob's
Oil cured the rheumatism and healed
IT was the first night aboard the
steamer. "At last," lie said, tenderly
'we are alone upon the d ep wa ers of
the dark blue sea, and your heart will
always beat for me as it has in the
past?" "My heart's all right," she
said, languidly, "but my stomach feels
rTnE Major was going abroad for
his health and for sight seeing. A
friend, lea rning of the contemplated
tour, said : "Ah I I hear you are going
to Asia, Major." "No," was the re
ply, "i'm going to Asia Minor."
Regulate first the stomach, second the
liver : especially the first, so as to~per
form their iunctions perfectly and you
will remove at least nineteen tweni
etha of all the Ills that mankind is helr
to, in this or any other clImate. Hop
Bitters is the only thing that will give
perfectly healthy natural action to
Lnese two organs.
Ilow long does a widower mourn for
hia wife ? For a second.
TuH on'y way to settle a grave doubt
ls to exhiume the corpse.
As with a woman so withi a horse;
lisa backc hair is his mane trouble.
Six Bottles Every Spring.
M INNEA POLIS. Dec. 10, 1878.
II. R. sTEVENs, Boston:
Dxt~i in,'.-1 had been troubled with Sick
heoadache as Often as once a week for twenty
yeoars up to March. 1872, when I thiought I would
try ve~ tine. I look :ix bottles and have been
t~roubled but very littie since. I have recom
mended Vogetine to othiersi with the same good
resuila. I take a half dozen bottles every
spring which keeps mue all right, throught the
year. By so doing it cleanses my blood and
foitilies miy 8ystOem against diaease for the year
Yours very resp'y.
S. J. 'SH ERMAN,
Dispensing Druggist, 424 Nicolet, AT.
ii. Ti. STEvENS, BostonNE:~ s OC1,88
Everybodty goes for Vegotine. It sells like
bot, cairo. CHtOsSMAN & PLUM MIER,
cor. Nicolot Av. and Secontd st,
Olves Me Rest and a Good
H.R.8TV N I s , Onto. Dec. 14, 1878.
D)RAR 8tn.--i have beeni afflicted with hen.
moatism for twenty years. I heard a great, deal
about Vegetine, and was recommended by a
physician of this city to take the Vegetino. I
was so that I could not walk. Also had a terrn
ile swelling In the Ileg, and I wait cured by the
vegetine. Btefore taking Vegetune I WAS rest,
loss, and cou'd not, sleep. Since taking'It,, it
has given me rest and a good a ppetite. I cant
highlty recommend it for what it, has done for
IS TIlE BIEST
Vegetino is Sold by all Druggists,
BA(GENTS WANTED FOR
The best and cheapest lHitet' ted edition of
the Revised Now Testament,. Atlliasof Deple
are waiting for it. D)o not be def Med bfl the
U'hean) Johnu pubilIShera of infericr ed t,'os. 8ee
that the copy you buiy contai us 18o (ine en
ravings on steel andi wood. Ajents are coin
ngmonoy sal ling thNI edition. Bend for circu
NAvIONAtL ger' IRNING Co., T'hialelphia, Pa.
SAFM At , onthud Ezpensoe
erra.l. I U...AMrt4UCMIU
IRLs LYDIA L PINKRAU, OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Poaltivo Curo
for all thoe Paneit Compi tu and Wealinesses
socommon to our best female population.
It will cure entirely the worst form of Femalo Com.
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inilammation and Ulcera
tion, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Gpinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change of lAfo.
It will dissolve and expe! tumors from the uterus in
an early stage of development. The tendency to can
cerous humors there is checked veryspcedily by its use.
It removes faintness, flatuilency, destroysall craving
for stimulants,. and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depreson and Indi..
That feeling o' bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by its use.
It will at all times and under all circumsta'nces act in
harmony with the laws that govern the femalo system.
For the cure of Kidney Complainte of either sex this
Compound is unsurpaesed.
LYDIA E. PINKIIAM'S VOEETAIRLE COM
POUND Is prepared at 233 and 235 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Prieo $1. Six bottles for $5. Sont by mail
in the form of pills, also in the form of lozenges, on
receipt of price, $1 per box for elil-er. Birs. Pinkham
froely answers all 'tters of inquiry. Send for pamph
let. Address as above. Mentfon, this Paper.
No family should he without LYDTA . PINKIIAMW
LIVER PILLS. They curo constipation, biliousnes
and torpidity of tbo liv'r. 25 cents per box.
Gr Sold by all Druggl.te.
WON D ERFU LWl
ecanse it actR en tihe LIVER, BOWELS
and (IDNEYS at the same time.
Because it cleanose the system of thopoison.
ous humors that develope in Kidney and Uri.
nary Diseases, Blilousness, Jaundice, Consti.
pation, Piles, or in Rhoumatism, Neuralgia,
Nervous Disorders and Female Complaints.
BEN WHAT PEOPLU SAY
Eugene D. Stork, of Junction City. Kansas,
says, Kihiuoy Wort cured hilm after regular Phy
sicians had been trying for four years.
Mrs Jolmn Arnall, of Waslington, Ohio, says
her bo was given lmt to dIo h four prominent
hyselas amid that o was afterwards cured by
M. M. 11. Goodwin, an editor in Chardon. Ohio
says he was not ox peted to live, ben bloato
beyond belief, but Kidney Wort curedilmm.
Anna L. Jarrett of South Salem, N. Y., says
that seven years sAroring front kidney troubles
and other eomplications was ended by the use of
John D. Iawrence of Jnckson, Tenn., suffered
for years tromt liver and kidney troubles and
after taking "I arrels of other medicines,"
Kidney-Weal made him well.
Michael Coto of Montgomery Center. Vt
muffered eight years with kidney dimculty amti
was unable to work. Kidney-Wort made him
well as e ver."
' LIVER COMPLAINTS,
ConstipatIon and Piles.
Wi1t is Immit ip In' Dry Vegetable Ferm in
ti as ne pacagenofwhicd mnaicesssix quarls
eentrated, for theme that cannmot readily pro
1 acemts weith equal e~tciencyu in either form.
GET iT ATTHE D)IIUISTS. P'ItICE, $1.00
-WE.LLS, RIlt~!AliRSON A Co.. Prop's,
(Wili send t bo d ry post-paid.) n tit.iN~iORo, V T.
(A M~edicine, not a Drink.),
IIOPS, EUCiIU, MANDRAKE,
A~m mu Tux PUR ST AND B~aT IEDICA LQUALY
'TInEs oF ALL OTHER I-TTERts.
All Diseases of the~tomach, Bowels, BlloodI,
Li~ver. Kildnry, andi Urna~ry Organs, Ner
vousness heeplemsnems ianmi especially
$1000 IN COLD.
Will lie paid for a case they will not cure or
help, or for anything i1mpuro or injuri ous
founmd In them.
Ask your drulgglst for Ilop flitters andI try
them bcfore you sleep. Take no othier.
D I. C. isa an absommte andl irresist11blemure for
Drunkenneamss, muse of Qim, tobacco and
All above sm ,y drgiss
lHop Iitmer, Mit. Com., Rochster, N. Y, Au Trno, on.
For Sunday Schools:
TEElE IElACOM LI10 lET (30 cents.) is un
doulbmedly one ouf tihe beam, *-unday School Song
Books that has been publishled. By J. ii. Teon
ney and E. A. Hloffmnan. Solid 3 dimos for spe
OLIVE''*1% (50 cents); BILLIC IC TAY LO R, (50
cents) THE MASCOT. ($1.00). Four editonsm Of
ver'y popular operas.
For general Readers and for TOWN LIBRIARIES:
AS the Great Masters really created modern
musto,1 no musician is thorouighly posted
until hie has read their lives. D)its-on A Co.,
publish excellent and very readablO biog
raphies of Becethoven ($2), llandel m2). Rlossini
(.75), Mendelssohn (St.5o), Chopin ($L.50). Von
Wober. (2 vols., each $1.1,0) mind Schumann ($1.50).
These are all elegant volumes, a are time lHo
" aqtic i'ogra phy of Mozart 11.75), hleethmoven
1:og ranlcal Riomanice ($1.50), amnd the IA tters
of Mozart (2 volsi., eachi $1.5n~), lloithoven's Let
temrs ($2). Mandelssohn'gs Letter's (2 series, mach
$1.50, and Urbino's Sketches of Eminent Musi
cal toposers (The.) Thie mo.t Valulab e Musi
cal 111am orv is RItter's ilimtory of Music (2 vo~s.,
oeo $1 50). and tihe most entertaining Hlistor'
oil Sketches are those in 1L. U. Elsoni's wel'
written Curiosities of Music ($1).
Oliver Dltson & Co., Boston.
J. U. DITSON & 00.122M Chestnut St., Phita.
PIEAN Tihe Besit amid Ciheapest Pianos In
Piai~~u h 1ma mmrket. We are mit dealer.
I but hsmmanufhturers, atm sei
treet from ommr far-tmry. We mhave buen ,-stamblishmed
snImsce 185t andm represented ini every large city. We
imnvmte correDppinmunce, anid wtll senil iur neaw, hand
some Ilmumitrated catalogun. with specily low
p. ices to parnies whmo will pusrhmase from urn
teent on Trial to G ood Partes.
C HRISTIE & CO.,
209 to 21 West S36lh Mireet, New York.
Q A1T P ~ Vis aiarmingly in
a li J21~7 creasing: vaccinate
,etre tommo tol No far uf innooniaalion, vmrmms
gumarantlemd trom healthmy limir am calves. Price by
nmim, moublo point, 26 cmemnts, 6 for a miliar . Full .
rections. I. ii. NitE h80tN. Chmemist,
Livonia Station, N. Y.
Si U8E M ENT OR 'IitOFIT.--Ivory Enamel Pho
tos. Instrmcionsn mailed tor *1. Transflorm,
puo 0 beautifulu ivorytype. Easily hearedi anm-I
money niade temrlmhing oilmer. Usual price from
t'a lier, $6. Novelty Co.. 13th ct. anti Ouldl Am'
.,.e, Newark. N. ..
A Yellow ('int-lienmuinSampele, 200.;iargo, 40
J1cents. P. 1 A F T. Eure'catiprings, A rk.
adivaned . WAGES prom tly paid.
* 0o. 300 GeortaoN Udniseina
"I wise to haaven I had a gentleman
opposite me," said an irritable old fel
low at a dinner party. "Why should
you wish such a thing?" was. the re
tort; "you can not be more opposite
to aglentleman than you are at pres
Mrs. A-..rlu.gun dayd.
Don't take any of tile quack rostrums,
as they are regimental to the human
cistern; but put your trust in Hop
Bitters, which will cure general dilap
idation, costive .habits and all comto
diseases. They saved Isaac from a
severe extract of tripod fever. They
are the no plus unum of medicine
A. MAN went into.a house last night
and picked up a gun. Of course he
didn't know it was loaded.- It -went
off. So did the man. And the man
who owns, or rather who' owned, the
gun, would give $50 to know where
P1ICKPOCKETs hall the opening of the
spring with gladness. The bitter cold
weather kept' men's hands in their
pockets so close that It allowed them
no chance of getting their's in.
SOLID men admire the beautiful, and
this accounts in some measure for the
thousands upon thousands of bottles
of Canboline, the deodorized petreloum
hair renewer and dressing, which have
been sold yearly since its invention by
Messrs. Kennedw & Co., of Pittsburgh,
TuEY have been engaged for a long
time, and one evening were reading
the paper together. "L')ok love," lie
exclaimed, "only $15 for a suit of
clothes I" "Is it a wedding suit ?"
she asked, looking naively at her
lover, "Oh, no, he answered, "It Is
a business suit." "Well, I meant
business," she replied.
THE watch repairer is always en.
gAged in spring cleaning.
THOUSANDS of ladies have found sud
den relief froni all their woes by the
use of Lydia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable
Compound, the great remedy for dis
eases peculiar to females. Send to
Mrs, Lydia E. Pinkharm, 213 Western
Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
"'PRTSONER. you are charged with
drunkenness,' aaid his Honor to a
Central Station subject.
"I guess I was."
"Have you any excuse?
"I have. It was all on account of
'. What were those troubles?"
"Well, tir, I kindly allowed my wife
to earn $2 by washing, and then she
wouldn' whack up. Such ingrati.
tude so disheartened me that I 11 w to
drink to drown ny sorrows."
He was given sixty days in wh'c'i to
recover his former cheerfulness.
VEGKTINE 's nourIshing and strengtl
ening; purliles the blood; regulates
the bowels; quiets the nervous sys
temn: acts directly upon the secretions,
&nd arouses the whole system to action.
WHAT kind of a knife does the fish
erman use to gutta porcha?
Tuxnit is no levity in the thievery of
a grave robo er.
Its Acrton IS Sure and Safe.
The celebrated remedy Kidney-Wort san
now be obtained in the usual dmy vogetable
form, or in liquid form. It IS put in the latter
way for the eapecial contvenieuice of those who
cannot readily preparo it. It will be found
very Ccontrated and will act with equal offi
oenoy in either case. lie Sure andi roadi the
NEW advertjuemnant for partlculare . -South
YOU CAN BUY THE BLATCHLEY
tin! Ined,or with Copper ,Porcelain,or Iroan
Linings. Each on 011tedne fiedi with miy nme as
finnufatturer is warranted i material and con-.
sttructttion. For sale by the beat houses in the
tradlo. If you do nt kniow where to get this
punnp. WvrIto to me as below, and I will send
name of agent nieare.L you, who will supply you
at my lowest prices.
cHAS. 0. BL ATCHLEY, Manufacturer,
308 Market St.. Philadelphia, Pa,
SELGIN WATCHES I
L4hs1All styles. Gold, Silver and Nickel, 06
exanitted. Writo or (at 10 ieo to
00.PttbrTAND)ARD AMERI10AN w XTOM
7 7 A YSEAiL annt expense. to ag'te
$77 Ontilt Free. Address P.O
VoK flV. Antansta. Maine.
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bl iaIty .m -a kniooarn1 eur. lyeAUgarn , 1
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Relieved and cured t hout the injury t rnuen inflict,
roariwvay, Now Y..rk. i hook witt h lrtogrnpiI
lior 0. eso ofbri an le.re 11ti crer cuiro, maited
rIEE P'OZTt' COltWE . a weekly 16-page
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alE WT NPEI cIN in'dE IlATr LaAw.
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descriptive circulars. Mailed free e d o
100 a math radseJ ~rsrnteerIa
o Ao dress IrLENTINE oslaetUiO,
Payne's Automatic Engines.
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ALL OTHER PAINS
M111in'll~ IIlU II! CIZKES.
No. reparAtion on earth eq uia~ St. JACOSS OIL AS aL SAFR.
I d Uhep Exiornal Roudy. A trial u tails
but, peirt,,y trifing OtlALy Of W GENTS. and eVry
one suffering with pain can have oheap and tieposEt proof o
06* I- DIRICIONS 114 LNVEN LANGUAGES.
SOLD 1'1 ALL DRUDOISTS AND DEALERS IN MEDICINE.
A. VOGELER & CO.
.Zafthnore. Md.. U. S. A
1st. Buy seven bars Dob
bins' Eleotric Soap of your
2d Ask him to give you a
bill of it.
3d Mail us his bill and your
4th. We will mail YOU
FREE seven beautiful cards, in
six colors and gold, represent
ing Shakspeare's " Seven Ages
1. L CRAGIN & CO.,
116 South Fourth Street,
Whay Snuffer Needilessly
Wl09. ttd gonvulsnd bpastodrit torture of
feia agro and" bi3u r.a~n*" en
foter' toi n a n g~tnio aa coald. tn
besl-s a rea r ofsalariyal lvrugwilt rad
ei~eotlv In ininatO ataoso Fi ae
The ost perfct, ipara andrcmpa~
SEND FOR 1lESTIMONIAL., ETO.
Highest Prizes awarded over all Competitors
Report of the Judges on Incubators
1879 A 1880.
At the 20th Annual Exhililon of the P'enngylanja
,tte o~ricuiuriseet hiold at Philadelphia,
Wae eonsie giYr' TiE EST INCUBATO1I
hee f1ly ajv rd TI yIaVl nEDAL. nil.ghest
At the 27th Annt al Exhibition of the. Pesnnylvania
180 b o ilad sephl, ~epteniber th tr a6h
"We fIay concur with the report of tho .Tnd em
t o e F dee]AThO IC
er's Patent) ethe bes ? all knnw INCU~A
the ren a theefre her nul award theme
SILVER MEDAL." (lhighest P'rize.)
For sale by
THE PERFECTION INCUBATOR Co,
614 Chestnut Street. Philadoiphia, Pa.
R UPERtT UB' Celebratet
Bingle Breech Loeadia
~~o ~ y Ve a p ~ o mg o a e n
~eas 5 a Iuaa Ut an6