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FARE A"D GARDEN.
MANUFAOTURE OF BUTTER AND
UnBxsEc.-The milk arrives at the fa- i
tory between the hours of fiVe and k1
eight o'clock In the morning. It is e
first examined to see that it le perfe9t- T
ly sweet, after which it is weighed and al
emptied Into the receiving vats, where tl
it remains twenty-four hours, by which T
time'the cream has becomi entirely st
separated. The crean l8 churned until 1a
it is in a granulated form, when It is 4
washed free from buttermilk and ir
taken out, worked, weighed and pack- s3
ed for market. '1he creamery occu- h4
pies a site well adapted for the bust. w
ness, and is bordered by one of the pi
inest streams of water in the country.
The proprietors are pleased with their
success, and have no fear that the B
btsiness can possibly be overdone,
as good butter, such as they turn out, o.
will always be in demand. They la
reason Ve y correctly that the more so
ilhere is sent to market of a good re
article, whether butter or anything ,
else, the more the market demands.
Farmers who reside in the vicinity
of the creamery declare that they can
intake almost twice as Much out of
their coni s by disposing of the lacteal c
fluid to the creamery, as they can by a
%% orking it up Into butter on their ex
promises. The arrangements In the
creamery are such that. thle transfor
mation of the milk into butir and
cheese can be closely watched through- in
all Its proostes. The checay portion, "I
or curd, is sep.,rated from the butter- da
inilk, aid Iv twenty-four hours from
tihe time that the milk has entered the ats
vats, a line article of butter has been nm
produced, without an opportunity
having occurred for the milk to
rOTATO ROT.-A correspondent w(
gives the result of experiments in
preventing tis disease by entirely re- S%
moving time tops before it had become
developed distinctly. When it fIrst
made its appeal anie In the neigh- yo
borhood, and before there were via- sa!
ible signis of it on his grounds, he ti
entirely removed the tops, either by Ie
pulling them up, or cutting under the ed
burface, he does not say which. Tie bi
early Ones were nearly mature, and pi
none wt re attacked by the disemse; they a 1
were excellent in qumaimy. Tihe later ho
sorts also escaped the rot, but not being he
mature, were not so good. The tops th
were left on a porticn of the patch by dih
W aly of experi imleli tand here the potatoes Yt
w"re speethly attacked by tihe disease
and the great partreidered useless, It
is not ofteni we hAve the dijease soviru
lent in this couintry as to render suchi
irVatmIJenIt netcssary. tim
TABLR CORN.-Wit frequent plant- he
Ings Lirouigim tihe season a dish of b dii
ed green corn can be on the table daily, hI'
alter the first imiess, unitil late In OCo lie
I-0r. It. i4 (leservedly re'garded to be Ar
one of lhe mnust desirable things ihat
can be enjoyed, there is no reason why Ye
even people with a small plot of laid lie
should not indulge in it. There is Y0
now amn earl y variety of sugar cori for
tie flrst planting that we have found
to be exceleni. It is called tie he
"Extra .Early Crosby Sugar." A bo
single planting of this is sufilolent, to ad
be followed by "Stowell's Evergreen To
Sugar," which Is time best variety for en
1he general crop that we have yet louid of
amnd we have riised it for at, ieast, twenty- pll:
Ive years. A planting Should take 64
pla(ce every tell or twelve days, and th
ti1e senzon will require from six to of
i Ven crops togeilnher.
1&WEN1AT CoRN Foin FoDEIR.--Farm
era mall ever time country aire beconmig 0
conyinced of' time great, value of sweet
corni for' fodder, not onmly for use inm sum
mner, but, when cured for wvanmter.a
We have long used it, amid prefer it to al
the common field sorts, and think i
better la every waly. All tihe farmer ci
needs is a fewv qnal ts of' seed to atmart,
with, i' lhe c'anniot aff'ord to pumrchsae t"
a larger quanlt~Ity- But sown cormn tu
of sonie kinmd shoni (liamd a place on
every farm because thmere is seldom a
seasou in whIch tihe pastum e ill noy
partially fall during a few weeks.
if niot lonigor, and tben time fodder
comri comies in very opportmunely as oin
green 1. id-.d
Cowv manurei conitaimne 10 per centt. "1
mnore water timami horse inan1m ire. Iuorie to
manure e'ontinms albutit 3 pur eeiu. of an
nitrogeni, while cow 11mm nr c .nais ge
ab~out 2>- per cenlt. ilorsimiure an
continsf )'. Per (cem.t. of puhisplioric tm
acid, whmime abuit. One hailf of I per
cenit. ia conitalined ini (0w mmmutre.
Tas Lomtonm News samys: "Of all
poultry breeding thme rearimng of time M
geose mi favorable aiitm mbteions Is said( to c
be time least, trou~iblesomi m.n ii the imost i
proitable. It is not, surpjrisinmg mh,- ti4
fure thmbat the trade hasv of limt' , -. ,, are -
eiinriouisly devep-- ., -1 5 areCin a J*
live, amid, m.n ..y 'p'i-f I .. zite wvill
oni gg;. .- c'eertainm vxtent, thmrmve
:-. *easr at of Kmams-re.''
Asmis are for manmy soils, a stamndardi Li
fertilbzer. P'laces whmere a tree or ini
brushheapil hasm boeen bmurnemd ofmeni show th
the efhee~s of thme mmnuing momr manmy
yemarr. it. Is man old say ig, 'lme lanmd
never forgets ashes.'' am
- - ha
Tio A , e.i tmii exte'int. Lib age imay be ma mu
msuibsti ~ite momr mun1inr, bu, i he( 1mn 'is e
no't isem wvho eunea'ivrtoi Li) utiLimte"
manurme I'or tillauge.
R.EMRdMBERx that, yotte fmowls mmceie h
graivel j ist ams umuc ammms they neeidfm
food, aind keepi a .supply conmstantily' by
Thme uso of spieoi.ib(
.C p)inions wvould dillfer abot time real
use of spices 1mm 0our food. Aiore thman 01
one famniiy has learnedl to do wvithoeut hil
spices almost entimely, A little new
and them is the, gener'al ri'mle amiong Li
enlightened people. Prmofessionalh cooks i
and teachiers of cookery eauitioni us
aginmst too free a usc of' sliees, i we
would regard time health of our fami- SI
lies. Ignoranit cooks seemm to tink thamt
if' a little of anmiythinog is good, more
amumst be better'. it sceims to me to be
with spies as with perfmens-thme misc
bias beem muslnly to cover upi somethiumgd
wrong. If' good mater'ials are 'med' in .
cookery 3, e'spemelally3 good 'Jutter nd at1(
suigar', there is no need felt for stronig"
sitsoninmg. limt spiees aire said to be
goodi for provoking anl apple'tite. Tlhat
shows thamt somemthibag a wvromng ith lm
time one wihmo oetts. So~ far as I have ob- mm
servedi, a healthy person who eats re
gularly and temperately of plain and
nourilshming fare, has no need of a spec- dI
mal appetizer. lie cannot hnelp relish a
ing goodl food well cooked, though
plainly Peasonedl, if' hie has a suitable
variety to smipply his needs. If the ap
petite fails, better begin at time other
mng, or greater moderation in use.
A DENTIST's 81GM-Drawing, music q
"DoN'T you admire the new tiles.
enry?" asked Angelina. "I don't
iow, dear; do you?" replied Henry.
Uh yes, darling, I dote on them,
here is something so sweetly sweet
)out them, so'lindeftuably luideflulite,
iat I am quite carried away by them."
his was enough for Henry. He wont
raight to the hatter's and baught the
test style. When he next saw An
dlina, he 01 course expected her to go
to raptures over his now head-plee?.
ie (lid nothing of the kind. IUe found
) Pays, thAt what she meant by tile
as only one of those plaguey 0hina
"How do you like the Episcopallan
rvice?" asked Jones.
'Never heard of it," replied Fogg;
[ dropped In at one of the churches
at Sunday. It was quite early and
I began reading the service. I didn't
ad far tho'ugh before I found that it
)uld never do for me. So I come out."
'Why,what was the ir -ut-1 ?"
"Too many collections."
"Too many collections?"
"Yes, on almost every p-ige It said
ollect." One coilectiol is .11 1 'Jan
'ord to respond to. M ist be awfully
pensive to be an Hpidsopalian."
MENTAL AlITUMETIC:-A gentleman
the New York swamp met a rather
incertain" nequaintanee the other
y, when the latter said:
''I'm a little short and would like to
k you a conundrum In mental arith
"Proceed," observed the gentleman.
'Well," said the "short" man,
upposo you had $10 In your pocket,
d I should ask you for $5 how much
'Ten dollars," was the prompt an
int luscious strawberry: "Shut
ur eyes and open your mouth," ho
d to her, playfully, and she, with
3 implicit confidence of love, did as
bade her. Then he carefully select
a plumip, 'early' strawberry from a
sket futll of that fruit, wich he had
ruhased at the rateof twenty cents
oerry, and dropped it into the rosy
low of her mouth, She sprang to
r feet Instantly and, spitting out
3 berry, said indignantly : "What
I you do that for, you nasty thing?
,u know I hate lemon juice."
'MHR are some very straightfor
rd petople in Galveston. One of
it wetiaL up luto the Netos ( Ille and
interlug up to the desk asked: "I
ar that the Bible has been revised.
Syoiu know ii any hnportati changes
ve beon made?" "A good nany,i be.
vo." "Tien th e ii no 1 mistake about
inilas being struck dea'l for lying I"
to, I believe not." "Well if I was
Li, I would fiid out about it," and
strolled out as unconcernedly as
NN English s811Shiy captain states that
can always got i bullock upoi ship.
Jtrd. when other measures fall, by
)ptling the following aimple method:
king out the stol)l)er of a vinegar
et. placing his flinger on the mnouLIth
the cruet, turning it up and then ap
ing his wet flinger to the nose o1
3 beast. The effect is instantaneousi;
3 bullock, with a sneeze and I sha1ikU
his head, is onl his legs at once.
AN English Paper contains an aic
int of an ''educated oyster"'-the
valve "follovring its master up and
*wni stairs.'' The English jounrnals
yeaurs to think this is a very remnark
Ie feat, but there Is a main at Coney
and who hans taught a soft~shecli
Lim to stand up on its hind legs and
rk lik., a dog. We thinik it was Bar
i who once taught an oyster to,
rn a double hlip flap over seveinteen
mphaints, and beg a chew o1 Lobacco
the Chinese language. And the
ster was oinly a little cove, too.
A. Derno xir boy p1.id his 11rst visit to
e of the union schools, line other
y, as a selnolar, and, as hie came
me1 at niighnt, his mother inquired:
Vell, Henry, how do yeou like going
school ?" '"Bully,'' he repliet-, in
excited voice. "I saw tour boys
t licked, one girl get her ear p~ulled
d a big scholar burned his olbow onl
ii stove I I don't want to miiss a day.''
'.AMD did your late hm w ile''
3 hiope of a blt.n~~ 'annirtie lin
ii e~i ,~ .as?" Inquired the new
oin a fair widtow of i congrega
m .'"Bless yeu, 110 1'' wa's the
ouirinul response, "hie doe 1 In Cue
Nriruno-ii AOxCn i is recomnmended~
'L aimedicail joumrniaileo certain affec
us o 1 tinr. chest. l'articutarly those
wvLehvi the chest resists the drill 01
Soanun en haive hared luck. A Boston
List aiunted~ a picture of a bullfrog
~viug a spa141m in a lpot, of redl painit,
d line eriile pro '''nountced it a line
pny of Tiurner's great paining,
t'ne Slave Shipj."'
'"1 WAN not aware that y'ou knew
mi,"' said Tomi Smnithn 50 ani Irishi
lend 1the othecr day. '-Knowy hm ?''
1(d le ini a Colic wich comnprehendedl
c knowledge of more1. thani one life.
t knew him when lis thler was a
A OICNTLiMAN rcenlyl pro&voeke I a
no-armed organ grinder by askiug
mn if hie wats a suirvivo~r of tile late
le irate miusician, 'don't you1 see.
it I survived ? Do I act, as though
was keiled Iu tile war?''
"II- u Mainn who youa are talking to,
r,"' saId an indiginanit parenit to ai
cciloun aboy ; "'I ami your father.''
Well, who's toe blame fo'r that ?'" said
1( y'oun~g impertInence ''tain't me.''
A lDEAli old lady who did not have a
ion a ry ati hanld once0 said that, shne
d iiot like to live Ian the crowded
re~s of a city. bult preferrett thie
"Myv loril," said the foreman of all
ish juiry,whein gil iig in tile verdiet,
we Ilnid the man who stole tihe malure
TIux wvise cditer- shioul.d sal lightly
owni the streamil of lilo, because lie Ia
W HA-r sort o1 a voice has a washer.
linn ? W hy a soap-rano, of course.
DON'T get in debt to a shioemaker ii
on would~ cali yourn soul your own.
SONG by the watering-place moes
luto : '"Oh I give mec a hum11 by thi
Some time ago a woman about fifty
years of age, who was waiting with
her husband at the De'roIt, Grand
laven & Milwaukee depot for a train,
went out to view the river and fell in.
Just how she did it she coul.i no'nf-er
wards explain, but the men under the
freight sheds heard an awful yel1
and "kersplash," and ran to the edge
of the whart to-find the old Ldy kek
Ing up sea enough to swamp a skiff.
She was duly hauled out and given a
seat on a board until she should recover
her nerve and wring out her clothes.
As she sat there a crowd gathered, ani
one man said:
"It's a clear case of attempted sul
olde. Her lover went back on her,
and she does not care to live any long
"And how sad It is to see an old we
mian like her driven to iuch desuerate
straits," sighed another. "Sho must
have set her cap for a third husband
and been disappointed."
"Well, these women are curious
creatures," added a third. "This olie
seems to be fully 80 years old, and yet
she has been sighinz around the dopo
here for two hours like a girl of 10."1
Tle old lady wenton w-ith her wring
ing %ythiout even looking up, and a
fourth man remarked:
"Well perhaps this will learn her a
lesson and be a solemn warning for
her to change her line of conduct. She
looks like a hard old case, but there's
a chance for even tile wickedest to
strike out into new paths."
Her hair had fallen down. Sue gave
it a twist into a hard knot, arose and
hook herself, and then sat dowa :Ind
"Now, then, doe you suppose I'm go
ing take off my stockings and wring
'em out before such a parcel of groat
big fools as you are? h'lere wan't no
sulcide about it; and as for love and
sighing around and being disappoint
ed, I want to toll you that I've got an
old man down there it the depot who
can break your neeks as fast as le gits
to ye! Now scatter-git out-dust. If'
I find you loailng around hero during
tihe next half hour I'll make him
want a wig co kiver his haldnlau II'
Tile crowd vamoosed, and iII two
minutes after tile cIat2iain of a barge
going up the river was utseing his glass
to discover what oil earth lthe two red
stocking hanging over a hoalrdl could
signify as marina signals.
Horrors of War.
Iien talking of tile late war he
tween Chill ald Peru, Pauil Hoyton
was asked :
"Were the Peruvians gan?"'
"Not over game, and some few of
tien cowards. The baitlo of Mira
ibores was t.he hottest kind of a tigilt.
'ie air vas full of bullets as wiah1i a
swarn of flies. The loreign ministers
Were scared ailmiost to deati . I saw
Minister ChI ristially ringl111111r undler
full sail across the fields towards imiia,
he was in Is shirt sleeves. It, was al
go-ias-y ou-pletase rae for 11fe.'
"'hiowv were atr'aiirs Inl Lhnai whent
'"Words cannot patint tile horrors.
Theim Cinhians are inl occulpation, and
they are brutal. It was ai common11 ailht
to see a squad of Chilian soldiers wileel
out of tiu barracks followed by a few
hlliow-eyed P'erulvlans, bareheaded
and1( in chalIs, pr'iests in their robes
beside themi, ho1(lin up1 the I crull ix
andt offering consolation. At tile first
public square they would halt, fasten
tile poor devils to posts or trees, and
shoot thlem dow.n like dogs. Eveg
coulrt-martials were iln~~.gg iaV
Bta n tihe Chillaggs s'otdietrs tie uap tile
Sr P1rp118 inl the main streets and(
..5. t'iemn unell their backs were cover
eta with blood. TI e women, thank
God I were not molested. Th'iey in
ttniely hlate tile lutruders, buit gener
ally' keep indoors. As I left, Lima I
saw a f rightiful, Lorriblo scene. On
the battle--fild of' Mirallores Lhere
were many dleadl-5 000 Chilians andl
3,600 Perulvians. The11 vanitlliald had
lid; the victorS were too tnt i on
plunder anld rapine to turn grave-dig
gers. Thela corpses wvere swollen into
enormous proportionls undlter thle tropi
cal sun1, anud eI'L~ t 110 theafolest codors.
Somieting had11( to be dione, sot the
UbIlinas Ilredl a lot of' Cinamen to
baurn the bed les. 'The henathen wouhla
punchl holes in eachl de~iad ibody , y my
inl coal ol, nad thlen a pply har'. *As I
passed'( by thte hattch - iel I at n ight , ai
blue lame (5sluedi oaut of' eiach corpse,
givinig a1 sttil ih aS' iler' hue to tihe swol
len and1 t diaorted fueC ' of theii daid.
'The horr Id sighat wial be w itha me te
amy dying hott'.
[iroy, (N, Y.) Mo rmng Tologram sad Whig.]
Ri~ulugIL tihe Miduilghta Oil.
Inl thei i'Iiiatlllia TIimas of' recent
diate, we notlee all itemi referring to tihe
miractlottlshy qinck cure 01 a proi
nenlt diruiggist of that. cIty, Mr I. J . M,.
street, whoaa had an awful attack of
rhlelllmatismi o1 tile knee. lie apliied
St. .Jacob's 011 at nighlt, and neaxt mon
lng was weltl andl inl his store as tIsuai.
Two Cincinniati ladies, who had~
lately retturned from a tailp abroad,
wore exchainging i opinions in refer
ence to thec famouts picture thiey had
soon1. "(live me tile Reconnaissance
sahool of' art,'' exclaimed one0, " so fuill
Of symlfpathy, of p))etr'y ; so diff'erenat
fromi thae Pr'e-Rachiellte." "'It.'s very
trute that you say,." observed the otiler,
"buat as for mes, I just, dote en the0 Das.
tieaiorp hool00, tile palint is so inmi
. [8t. Lonls Charonc.J
Adlvice is chea~p,-d read fully cheap.
lit w' maust be truae to our 1insti1nets of
huanity an~d tell oaur suaiYerinmg friendi
to uitse St. Jaicob's 0i1, andl5 srptrise
their rhettlinatismn un d t.hcmelv~ es also
st the resulit. .J. P. L. Ilarvey, Waq.,
of Ch'.e ago, says :I wouldi be rt crenant
to 11ny dtIlty to those s ill oetd. di I not
raise my3 v'oace in its ~aise
Thie vapors of nitrouas ether arn
recommtnendedl by Al. Peyrnason as *
dlisiunfectant and1( antiseptic. Theaay havt
uneithaer a dIsagreeable nor1 hlurtialI
Nervqu1O Debility suad ielel.essa
In almo all oases sleeplessness Is synptom
Of some oter disease and can only be reluedled
by the r0 oval of the latter. It frequent)i,
however forms so prominent a featutre as to
ronder i Rocessary to be treated as an original
disease. Intense mental excitement continded
Up to the Deriod of going to rest, sedentary
it bits, the habitual use of coffee, also weakness
of the d stivo orans, are frequent causes of
tils tro e. The bes, and simplest remedy is
VEROTINN; and any person who cannot sleep
otihts should make It aduty to kccp a bottle of
thw King of remedies always in the house, and
to take a good doso of it Just before retiring for
iho night. It will be sure to provo Nature's
Sweet restorer. and to give to the patient that
refroshing sleep which every veared fraine
stands so much lk need of. For small cbildren
afileted with wind, undue exciteinout, and the
agonies which accompany d.licult teething,
nothing wil be ltnnd saifer or better than a few
drops of VUETINK. It will tt onco iestore quiet
to the nervo-ts system, 4ud give rise to a natu
ral and easy slumber. A.though VNETINE con.
talus hot, one part ilel of opiumi orottler narcotto
ti any shape or form, it, yet has a most soothing
effect, oi the whole systein, aird w orks In con
jutiction With Nature to give rellor. seo testi
NERVOUS ID BILITY.
Rev. O. T. Walker says:
Px~voviDcuE, It. ., 164 TRANSIT STRET.
MR. a. II. STRYENIS, ESQ..
I feel bound to expregs with my signature tho
high vilue I place upon your VWxoTINE. lily
fat illy have used it for the last tw P years. In
nervous debility it, is invalua0o, and I recoin
nend it to ail who may need an invigorating,
0. T. WALKICT,
Formerly Pastor of Bowdoin square Church,
Dispepsta, Nervonsmueus and General
.INCINNATI, 0., April 9, 1877;
MRs. 11. P. STFYICNS
/eetr Xir-I ha% o used several bottles of Vego.
tineb for D yspelp.a Xerousness atd lienrl Debltdy,
aald I an Irily-say I never had a reinedy so
sure ill .t.4 ollects; thoreforo I may reconimond
It to all atilierers.
W. G. BICLL,
Walnut Hills, 41 Court Street.
Il. I. STEVENS, Boston, Mass.
Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists,
IRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM. OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cure
ftr all thom 1ninnal COmplaini and Wealntesse
sommijinnion to our beat feaitle poiplatlion.
It will eur- entirely (he worst forim of Fermnle Com
plafttS, Ill ovarian troubles, liilanunation nid Ulcera
tion Falling and Displneents, and itho consoinent
Spil Weakness, and Is particultarly adapted to tho
Changn of Life.
It will diseolvo and] expel tumors from the uterns in
an early atago of develipanent. Tho tencincy to can
ckerousq humors there 1-4 clecked voryspeledily by its use.
It removes funlitt-soi, flatulecy, destroysnil crating
for stimulants, anid relieves weakness of the stoinach.
I6 eurie Itiotiing, hlenduc~hesa, Nervouts l'rost rat ion,
(anera Dobility, Sieeplessness,.a Depression ann 1nd.11
That feeling of heatring diown, enusing pasin, weight
andl backache, it ntiays permaanentily entred by its uso.
It will at all thnes nnd..u'nilaor all eireuinatantces act. in
harmony witlh thu laws thnt ibrornt the feanalo systemi.
For theo cumreof KnElaay Comlais of otiter sex thi1.
Comnpour.l is tussulrpasedi.
LYDIA E. i'INIlHAM'S VEOETAIILE. COM
POUND Is preal roil na'233 andl 235' Western Avenue,
Lynna, .itnsa. lrin Si. Six huitls for $'.. Sent by ail
ini the form of ihil, also in the formn of 0lzenges, on
vooolpt of pirien, Si por box for ether. lire. P'itknkha
frs.olynnswers ail letters of liqiry. itond fortnm
lot. Addirewia ant nhove. 41lentin this P
Noe faily shldt he wihpn.LY DIAt lC. P'INK lAII'S
andtVi liLy o **9ro contipatlon, biliOuness,
and orpattyof sno liver. 26 cenate per btox.
$Tsl bs nl lDruir.l.tNa. .ag1
II fyou aro a nan Ityou are a
of buiess,wealk- nans of lOt
nedi lby the strain of terstelling over m a
ysour duties avoid night hv'or, to res
atitiitst and tame tore brain nettoenna
* H op Bitters. waste. uso Hop B.
If younaro young aid dufferingfroo nnyin
ric t o single, old ora yioung, su tral ta
-poorihtalth or~ ianguaish m u on a bed of sick
mness. rely on H o p Bitters.
Whoeve~r yoau are Thaousiands die an
whenauver y ou feel ntialy f r o mt 60om1
aaoas.leanaig,aton- dao t aat lil
ihlug cr ethuatinttag, : ave beenm praesented
withoust inf.renatng, a tiaaea tyause of
tank o H op HopBitters
pJrt~tt, d sense is an absolute
lirer or nerresa aluaeaes
You wi Ilb oa or
cuaredi if you utse n aarcotics.
- I fe. athasit'F'o Co.,
saved hun fitheater, N. T.
"dreds. A ron.n.., ont.
1st. Buy seven bars Dob
hlns' Eleotrio Soap of' your
2(d Ask himn to give you
bill of' it.
3d Mail ushis bill and your
4thI. We will mail YOU
FREE seven beautif'ul calrds, in
six colors and gold, represent
ing Shiakspeare's " Seven Age
I. L. CRAGIN & Co.,
116 South Fourth Street,
I' liiLA DELTPJH IA, PA.
PINOS Thei lestanda Chaeapest Piano. in
tha anarke't. W o n. not dealers
i but.usilnflsceturers, atd seal
alireci frotm our no tory . Wi itar a' bteen stablishead
slince ila~ and rtpreenltedl in overy ltargo city. We
ilt hite *rt sp .t,oe.a ndtt will agmai anr ntew hamnd
somena I laiir tedl enttailogaun, with taseteijow
pric. to parlioe whao will paar4ianseO ggjoa '.,
M-os tl on Trial to ~Ood I ari.r
ClH R ISTIE~ & C-0.,
S2t) fo 221 Wecst 86tla Ms et, New Ylora.
XI hTiiFUL MO r~3 0f a ~ entidl neou
toaryei'ida. r n t le at or. linmia ture Bat
Narrana of them was over ten years
of age. One leaned against the
fence and the other rubbed his back
against the lamp post, ind- they eyed
each other for a long time. Then one
of them said: "My mother has got a
new seal skin aacque, and your's
hain't." "I don't care," replied the
other, "she frizzes her hair and uses
paint, and that's just as tony."
Shrewdness and Abilty,
Hop Bitters so freely advertised In
al the papers, secular and religious,
are having a large sale, and are sup.
planting all other medicines. There
is no denying the virtues of the Hop
p'ant, and the proprietors of these
Bitters have shown great shrewdness
and ability in compounding a Bitters,
whose virtues are so palpable to every
A STORY il going the rounds of a
certain case in which a' well-known
member of the Schuylkill bar defend
ed a man charged with stealing some
p icks. The evidence did not strike the
ury as conclusive, and they acquitted
the defendant. Upon learning the
nature of the verdict, the gentleman
who was aquitted approached his law
yer and whispered loud enough to be
heard by those who stood near "Mr.
-, nust I give the picks back
No poisonous drugs cnter into the
composition of Carboli te, a deodorized.
extract of petroleum, the natural hair
restorer and dressing as now improved
and perfected. It is the perfeo ion of
the chemist's art, and will, beyond a
peradvonture restore the hair on bald
PAssING along the street the othe"
day a high tempered old tilser was ac
costed by an urchin glid importuned
for a dime. "Not a nickel," exclaim
ed the testy old gentleman. "Well,
you needn't be so sassy about it," re
turned the ganiLn ; "yer won't take
yer money along with yer when yer
die." "Why not, you little rascal?"
,,'Cos ypr'd be afraid it would melt.''
Hop Bitters, which are advertised in
our columns, are a sure cure for ague,
billonsnoss and kidney compialnt.
Those who use them say they cannot
be too highly recommended. Those
ail cted shoult give them a fair trial,
anid will bee sme tuereby enthusiastic in
the praise of Wheir curative qualities.
"-low ISa t you have so much tima
to yourself," askerl Pingrey. "What I
haven't you henrd?" said Jones.
"Why, old Percentum has given me
in interest in the budness." "No;
is that so? I congratulate you." "Oh,
yes, ile told ine lie tould get along
without my services in the futire, and
I'm interested to know how lie's
going to do it."
A MAD-DOG scare in an Arkansas
town resulted recently In the itamedi
ate execution of two hundred healthy
logs. In the meantime the original
mad dog, having swallowed the bone
that was choking him, went around
wondeoi ng what they were killing all
the dogs for.
V ha xi N.-The great suicoess of the
Vegetine as a cleanier an.1 purifier of
the blood la shown beyondt a doubt by
the great numbers who have taken It,
and received inmediate rellef, wit,hi
such remarkable cares.
Pr ls claimed that Aden, near the.
Red Sea Is the hottest plaice in the
worldi. Still, a man who brIngs home
his second wile. three years y oungeO
b an his youngest daughty.,%M' uot
b~e aishamie(t to hold up 1hii head and
look superIor wheti Aadeua m n ioned.
Ao 'oo nce replied to a lady who
was always complainiing of the dirt In
the kitchen :-"Wiell, miarm, it's that
nasty 'orrid sun as imakes all the dirt.
In my last place we land a snug kitchi
en down stailrs, and never seedi the
sean, anid it never were dirty.''
TAKE Lydia E. Pinihhaam's Vegetable
Compound hour times pe*r day tan I you
will have no doctors' bills to pay.
A YOUNG lady admitted to her me
thier that her beau had klssed her on
"And wvhat did you (101' asked the
01(1 lady in a tone of indignation.
"'Mother,'' said the young lady, "I
can not tell a lie ;I followed the sicript
tiral injnllctlon-l turned the other
"Mn. , you seemn to be evolvin g
that translation t'rom your inner con
sciousness." "Well, Professor, I read
in my devotions last night that "by
f ulth Enooh was translated," and I
thought I wotuld try it on Hlorace."
The luctors ulsangreeO
as to the hest methods and remie les for the
euro ou constipation and dasordiored aiver and
kidneys. lBut thaose ua-, have used Kidney
WVort agree Lisat iL is by far the beast mouiclino
kanown, Its acuion is phrompalt, LhorL ugh and
lasting. Don't take pis. and other moreurials
that poiason thei synatomi, baut by usainLg iadnoy
Wort roaltoro the natural actioni of all tdhe
['r is remarkable how many things
will ex plode-bottles of catsuap,douagh
nuts, soda wvater founttains, boilers,
ro:ast potatoos, and now mani. At least
we read In a novel that, "Euigeie's
ther, uponi hearing this, exploded0(
with indiignatlon." Th'lis shaouldi teach
ithiers never to 101oo li indig nationi.
AMIn the changes and chance of
tbia passinag a ceno it is scarceiy safe to
-hed lannlf's without seeing that your
inasuancse polley is all right.
,The Popuatar ~eand.
8o great las been the p apular demand for
noO colebrated remedy Kidney-Wort that it is
haaving an immon -o sale fromn Maine to Call
fornia. Bomoe have fonda at lanonvoninat to
prepare It h roam the dry comapound. For snoh
the proprietor.' now prepare it in liquaild form.
T'his cana be proenrod at the druggie. It has
prcisohy the sami effect ai thme dry but is
very concentrate I so that the dose Is much
smaller. -Lowell Mail.
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thea Rtevisedu Newv'Testaamnent,. Millions of p eopic
are welting for it. 1)o net be deceived b h
U'heal' Johln puahishors of inferior editions. See
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gravings on st eel andl wood. Agents are cola
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THE ON(LY MEDICINE
IN EITHIIt LIqUID Olt DRY FORM
That Acts at teo sanmo time on
THE fiV ER7, T7lE DO WEg,
AND T3E JIIDEMS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
Becatue tre allow these great organs to
become clogged or torpid, and poisonous
hiunorare therefaore forced into the blood
that ehouldbe expellet iiaturially.
1 8 ''
WILL SURELY CURE
PILES, cONwTIi'ATrION, URINARY
DISEASES, FEM A W. EAKNES8ES,
ANI NEii11US l111801tll-la,
by causingfree action tf these organs and
restoring their powper to throw' qg* dieease.
Wihy su l1er Iiliout pains ti aches?
Why tormentei wvith PI1les, CoustipatIont
Why frightenei over disortered Kiineys?
Why endure nervous or Nick hoadaches?
Use KIDNEY-WORTand rejoice in health.
It is put up in Iry Vegetable Form, In 'in
cans ono Iackago of whicie tmakes six quarts of
mttedicine. Also in Liquid Form, very Coneen.
trated, for thoso that cannot readily prepare It.
IWrt ats t th eqatl eicioncy in either form.
GET IT OF' YOUR Dttu"llST. PRICE, 51.00
WEL.LS, RICHIA RDSON & Co., Prop's,
(WVilI sud thne dry post-paid.) DURZLINOTON, YT, .
Why Nuifler Needlesshly
feser at agt ftfn blitou r nmittet iurte
ilostotter'n xiomach ilit ert ackntowledged to
ho a tea cuativo of inal ad fvr, will eradi
Olfectlvet is thits benIgliant alterative in casos
lit and in gaaiaeraI debility ant no,
isa A. In ao r sale by all Druggists and
ayne's Automatic Engines
iItielhble. On abic uti tconomlal, tD~lt
an ot.er g ne buil nt od .Il an Atomati
Information atnd PrIco.B 83 W or nAI' N 8N
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bTANDAR AM r~IA WTO
0., Pittsburgh, Pa.
BUV GlES EaN il'M
Relieved and cured without the inuy truese inflet
hskont eo of bad caes before asci ater curemailed
or 190. Howaro of fraudulent imitator.
Dr. AMETTAU'q IIEADACmE Pl
e short time both H4IK anti NERVOll
the ervos sytottn cleanse titse
A fullt silz box of theses valuable
hto cnps. tiod t any ati ress
*t~t~l. ~o sa nnnal rit m.
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PAIN DESTROYEH and SPECIFIC FOR
INFLAMMATION and HEFM
Rheumatism, Neuralgia. No othee
tiou has ed o rnany cau r f thO rof se n oa
ble In thestdiseases, 9 umago P fans in thII'eack or
Hido, &c. Our OintnentIto cents for use whon re
noval of Clothing is inconvoniont, is a great help ia
relieviug inflaianatory cases.
Hemorrhages. ,niaeh rs" to rni
cause, Is speedily controlled and stopfel. O ur Na
SR yringois (25 cecnts' Ius niaa Kuhn Mlare
great aids IU arresting Internal bloding.
Dightheria and Sore Throat.
Uso ue Extract promptly. It is a sure cure. Do
lay is dangerous.
Catarrh. T Extat I th'o'ly iio"* for
"Catarrh Cure," e eciall y prepared to niwet sari
ous rasos contains all the curative properties of the
Extrael; our Nasal Myringe is invaluable for
use in catarrhal alfootions, is simpto and inexpourae
Sores, Ulcers, Wounds, Sprains
and Bruises. a, " Ill nji.r
naent in connection with the Extract It will aid
in ialing, softening and in keeping out the air.
Burns and Scalds. dr a'"In ,' ua!
vaied, and should be kept in every family ready for
use i case of aculints. A dreoming of our Oint.
nment will aid in healang and prevent s.ars.
Inflamed or sore Eyes. us int
the tlightest fear of harm, quickly allaying all in.
flaumnation and sorelness without pain.
Earache, Toothache and. Face
ache.iet s, it 'isn " w,*iidorfi.
"pi Blind, Bleeding or Itching. It is the
h greatest kuown renody; ranidly outrii,
traet MedIented P aper for Vloset use. is a tr o
ventivo against Chaflng nid Pales. Our Ointnoment
in of great sorvice where the removal of clothimg Is
For Broken Breast and sore
ev The Extract Is so cleanly and estl
=apoes. .1ac1ou that mothers who have o1o
used It will noeer be without It. Our Oiuttment
is the best emollient that can bo applied.
Female Complaints. INce"li" O'l 0i'0
majority of female diseases If the Extraet be used
full du ections accumpany each bottle.
Pond's Extract o" bon "fu'ited. The
Pond's lataino liae the wotils,
"Pond's Extract" blown in tie glas., and our
icture trade-mark oin surrotnding butl wratiper.
None other Is atuine. Always insist on haring
Pond's Extrzset. Tako no other preparatiot.
It is never sold an bhdk, or by neasmure.
Price of P'ondt's Extract Toilet Articles
POND'S EXTIAOC ....10c., S1.00 and 41.75.
Toilet Cream......81 00 Catarrh Cure........ 75
Dentriacvo.......... to Plaster .........
lip al e 25 Imnhaler.......$101
Toilet loap (3 Oka) 14J Nasal Syrlu ......25
Ointment.......... Ilelicated Pap'r....
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NEW YOIK and LONDON.
For sale by alt Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
Orders for 62 worth, carriage free. on receipt of
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c.-i p of .4, if addressed to 14 Vest 14th Street,
YOU CAN BUY THE BLATCHLEY
uinl,or with CopperPorceln,or Iron
Linings. Each onto stenciled with my name em
-mantufacturer is warranted in material and con
structIon. For sale by the best houses in the
trade. If yon do not know where to get this
pump, wrlte to mec as below andl I will send
namne of agent nearest you, wl'o will supply you
04 my lowest prices.
CHAS. 0. BL ATCHLEY, Manufacturer,
808 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa.
For Sunday Schools.
The Beacon Light. ENAn o
. T lENNEtY and Et. A. HOFFMAN. Specd
ment coptes mailed for 310 cents. Liberal reduc
tidn for qulantltloes. DIrsoN A CO, respect, ully
call atteontion to the marked improvement
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for .Sunday' Schools. Theo best talent in the
country has been employed in compiling Shorm,
and they have beena receIved with markedc fa
vor. THEc BEACON LlIGH'r Is the work of two of
tile beat hytnl atn. ttuno composer-s In t he cotan
try, a a caroiu'ly "wlinnowed" book only the
boat 101) out or 500 ma~nuscripLts having beon re
ttiinetd. We have not many Sunday School
hymns better than
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Deeper- and broader than ocean or sea,
Stronger than de-ath, so pure and so gracloug,
Oh, 1n thy Iullness flowv sweetly to mel."b
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When Ite lays his armor dlown,
For wve bear the cross no more,
When we reach the Golden shore."
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tihors have also new books it progress, wichd
wIll soon be announced.
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