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CHICKAImS versus Ilous -The-e is
between the nations of thl alob a con
tinual warfare even when they do not
shoot or sabre each other. For while
actual fighting with guns and swords
may cease at some distant time, even
the millennium would not do away
with competion. And competion'in
the ordinary walks of hfe . would de.
stroy the weak and lead to a survival
of the fittest, that Is to say, the strong
est and most gifted.
As with human boings so with ani
maIs and plants, nature is a stern task
master. Only those are allowed to
increase which are capable of improve
ment and even of rapid improvement.
If they fall in the development of their
physical and mental faculties, they
are soon replaced by other animals, or
plants which have outstripped them
in the universal race for perfection.
Now among the domestieated ani
mals, the pig has been hitherto con
sidered the consumer of garbage par
excellence and Is kept and tolerated
mainly for thisreason. Twenty years
ago the rabbit was brought forward in
competition, but it was not a success.
France certainly adopted rabbits and
turned a cold shoulder to the fat and
dirty pachyderm but the swine kid not
care. If Frenchmen lived on rabbits
pork retained Its sway nearly every
where else and they grunted defiance
alike at the tidy little rabbits and their
polite protectors. What else might be
expected of frog-eaters like them? Let
them take their custom elsewhere and
welcome. People with sense and a
digestion would require pork for ever
and aye; Americans, Englishmen and
Germans would know how to apprec
ate its merits.
The pigs really held their own in
the market as well as in argument.
But of late there is a fresh stir among
them, for another animal is pushing
them hard In the struggle for the post
of honor among the vLands which are
daily converted into human beauty,
human energy, human Intelligence by
the' processes of mastication and diges
tion throughout this broad land of
ours. The feathered birds, ducks,
geese and turkeys, and -especially
chickens have entered the lists against
them and lustily crow a challenge for
the position on the national bill of fare
which has been -for generations con
sidered as being above the aspirations
of even the most ambitious birds of
any family whatever,
Poultry, as is well known, consume
garbage quite as well as pigs and
much more thoroughly. Their personal
qualities are in some respects less ot
fensive and it' s0ine peoplo cannot
stand their morning song, why thje
lay of a full-grown pPecer or the
squeals of his sons and heirs are also
far from agreeable to the human car.
The drawbacks therefore which may
be laid to the charge of the winged
creatures are comparatIvly light.
However there is against them one
trait in the character of birds that
ought to be Judged with more titan
human leniency - their llightiness.
It is easy enough to herd swine. Lot
them settle In some convenient bog or
marsh and they will not move out of
it on their own account, for pigs are
phlgmnatic. But try to keel) chickens
penned up In a yard be it ever so nice!
And if you could even keep them from
sparring and running about your gar
deis and tearing up your favorite
flowers is there anything more dif1icult
or more trying than to make them
hatch and bring up their chickens In
a decent motherly way ?
So the popular mind was badly di.
vided In regard to the hogs versus
chickens questoon until lately, say
during the last live years, the chicken
cause has been helped onwardl by the
most marvellous discovery of artildelal
hatching or lncubationi. Thei result of I
it has been that lhens are absolved fromi 1
that pam t of their maternal duties winch
has always in their minids lay3ed tihe I
part of a mental bugbear, antid chickens 1
may be brought into this 1bl at a rate I
which is really astonishing.
Mrs. N. C. Grove Irom Ardmnore,
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, a
lady who isreniowned for her way of
farming chickens, writes to the P'erfec- I
tieon inicubaitor Comiipa ny at PnIiladcl
"We. hatched out or your Incubator last fall
148 oicks out oif 170 t-gge. Or this5 nuanber
thiore wnere nao maore thiman 0 chicks teoloumod,
the balance strong and1. ilaaiy.'
We say well done for the lady, and
also for tile Perfection Incubator. If
tile offal of our great cities can be
transformed into ehmickenm broth and
delicate sping chicks by the patience
and skill of American women, and if
a new line or action cnn be opene4d in
every marm house8 ini these United
States, the sooner the Perfectiton Incu
bators are introduced all round thle
better it will be for tile comimonwvealth
Meanwhile the hogs are turningu
their nioses at what they call thiesomaew
tangled notions, and tihe li'thiered
0ones feel elated. That is .nli albout
chickens versus hogs for thlie present.
REMECDY FOR1 CAsunAtm WoRMs --Of
all tihe many remedies that have been
tried for tihe '.aportedl cabbage wor m
It first begin to sp~reald over tihe cosn.-.
try an'v''o play havoc wlith Our cab
.in row, if anly hiave givenu eni
bage fildl~s, an. It is safe to say thatI
tire satisfact sfaetory remedy so far
tihe most sat tile useO of ipyre' hrium.
discovered is 11 t co apply this In 1879l,
We were tho firs ' recomnmend it uni- 1
but did not care t nenlts had been
til furtheri exper . 111made1 the pres5- <
made. 'These we ha be made by a I
ent year, and caused t id correspond
number of our agenits a 'nec Ia most
ents. Th'le general exper lily rec
favorable. and we unhesita. -'t wor'ms
ommlend~ it for all the dhill'ero cabbage ~
affeccting thle leaves 01' our (
pondent adivlses stock growers not'\t a
be in haste to destroy aniy animal th r
may break a le g, for by means of plas
ter of P'aris and some bagging s rios
the limb may be set and supported uni
til tihe fractured bonie unhies algaini.
His plan has been,. both with calves
amnd sheep, to wind tihe strips of bag
ging about time broken limb, plaster
over with calcined plaster, mlixed to a
thin paste and other strips wound
over that and more plaster apliedl, the
leg fastened to splits of wood unmtil
the plaster sets. Thue anImal would
limp about for a few days on thriee
legs, but recovered without blemi
AN old tesaier of fifty years' ex
perrence says he hmas never hlad a case
(of the galls uIpon lis aniials w hore
the following preveotative was adopt
ed, which was sim ply to rub the col
lars inside every few days w ith a tit -
the neatsfoot oil, and the moment, Any
dirt was found sticking like wax to
wash -off with warm soapsud~s, and
then oil. A yoke from oxen or collar
from a horse should nlot be removed
when brought into tile stable from
work until the sweat is entirely
dry. and all chafed spots should be
LiAMP shades of ground glass
should be clean:. wvith scap or pearl
ash ; these Will not injure or disoolor
SOUR STOMACH -Jf the food taken
nto the stomach is not digested it de
iomposes. In the latter osso a pungent
gas is developed which causes sour
ructiations, or else the stomach itself
iecretes an aold, which, rising upward
it Intervals, stings the gu'let sharply.
hosee extremely d isagreeable sensa
ions are attributable to impaired di
gestion. It will not answer to
postpono the great corrective with
ie idea that the unpleasant symp.
;oms will disappear of them
;elves. So far from that being the
,ase, they almost invariably culminate
f neglected, in chronic dyspepsia,
bvith its concoglitants of gnawing in
;he stomaeh, dizziness, perverted
vision, headache, and sleeplessness. It
a true that all these disagreeables
nay be obviated by a course of med.
cine; but how much wiser to an
:icipate their arrival with one or two
loses of that sure preventive of indi
Cestion and strengthener of the all
OILINO DULL WOODS.-Thts Is made
)y melting two ounces of yellow wax
in a clean earthen vessel, and when
lot adding four ounces of best spirits
)> turpentine, stirring till the mix
.ire cools. The polish is rubbed on
lie wood with a flannel cloth and pen
3trates the pores of the wood, leaving
i little coat of wax, which brightens
With a slight daily rubbing. The care
l old times gave the fine lustre which
made plainsubstantial oak and cherry
urnishing so handsome. A good pol
li to keep wood in order is made of
qual parts of sharp vinegar, spirits
)f turpentine and sweet oil or boiled
inseed oil. Half a pint of each is
mnough. Rub the furniture or wood
vith this, and go over it with a clean,
CHARLOTTE Russz.-Take half an
>unce of gelatine and put it into just
anough warm water to cover it; while
;his is slowly dissolving take ono pint
)f thick sweet cream and whip it to a
stiff broth; beat well the white of one
)gg. After the gelatine Is dissolved
3011 it lor two or throe minutes, then
1weeten and flavor it; when it is about
is warm as new milk add the cream
md egg, and beat the mixture till it
a cold. If the sponge cake over
vhich this is to be turned is baked in
t round tin which t. scalloped around
Ihe edgq it adds much to the pretty
fl'eet of the dish1. Put the cake while
warm, to prevent its crumbling, into
round dish, allowing the scallops to
how at the top; then pour the whlil
,ed cream Into It und you have a dish
It for the gods.
A vEnY neat and convenient recept.
Lble for work, etc., can readily be
nado out of an ordinary willow waste
uapor basket. Strips of silk 11ould be
nserted tiunder and over the strands,
oining the ends oin the inside. After
lie strips are Inserted the basket
hl01d be lined with miuslin, aid a
ilk covering added, allowing about
L quarter of a length in width, above
he basket, which can be closed with
pathering strings. A basket thus fit
ed up will hola a great deal of wo rk,
nd when not fit use will servo to
righten a corner of the aLtting room.
A black basket with red silk trimmings
will be found durable. Flne deltaine
will answer nicely when it is not con
renlont to use silK.
SoUTrunN BEEFr I1AsH.-Trake the
-arest cold1 roast beef, cut into small
>ieces, but, not so smiall as for mmnce
neat; pour into a vessel with cold wa
.er enough to cover it; cut i.p a onion;i
Ldd pepper and salt enocugli to season
t.' Cook until the onion is thorough-.
y done, adding hot water, if neces
ary, to prevent burning, If potatoes
~re liked wvith the hash, add fresh ones
hiced thin. By no means adld cold
)Otatoes, as these are unlt to be used
ni making a nice dish ; and be sure to
invo plenity of gravy, as on this de
>end~s the comp~letenless of the hash.
A tablespoonl of butter will improve
TinK tine polish given stoves by those
ikilled in the art is produced as tol
ows: Have a thin mixture of black
irarnish anid turipentinie; apply this
,vith a paint or varnish brush to a
iortion of the stove, then with a cloth
Iust, this over with puiverhzedl Beh.,msh
ustre or stove polish1. TVhe 8.toAfe must
>0 pe'rfectly cod1. 'The ,'dhealers lytyi
lhe puilverized stove p~olih, which is
arburet of iron, 'n twenty live peound
)ackages. Th.'ie proces:1 coiniucted in
his nlianmmjr is quite brief, but. gives
ConN GiRIDDLR CAKis,-bonhi at
:iight half the quantity of meal you
ire going to use, mix the other ith
sold water, having it the consistency
>f thick batter, add a little salt and set
t to nrca; it will need no yeast, in the
norning the cakes will be light and
.risp. Skimmiings where moat has
Jeen boiled is best for frying them in.
BY saving all the scams and hems
mnd coarse piheces of cloth that are not
suutable for a rag carpet. wvheni one is
naking one, and braidIng and sewing
ogethuer, a nice riig can be made.
L'hie rags are preparedl the same as for
carpet andi knit en wooden needlea
Lbouit as large as a headi pencil, eight
r ten inches long; knit a square con
or, and knit stripes of' various colors,
ndl sew aroulnd it until it is as large
S you wish.
WnEmN putting awa the silver tea
r coffee pot which is not used every
ay, lay a little stick across the to p
inder th cover; this ili allow f cah
ir to get in, and will provent must
aes; it wiii then be ready (or use at
ny time, after having ilrst beoen tho.
oughly rlnsed with boiling water.
yr n buttering your cake tins.
ti a little flour over them1), and
ca k 3 is absolutely certain not to
he iho tin, If your oven is likely
tick ha, rd at the bottom puta paper0
10 bak tk- of the tin. Butter it
in the b
so roughly treated wit~h
Ch.an e yellowv witih coipperas
whitewash n a red desirable hiabi
will not be cone mnice.
tationis for rats a
aces do noct use
WuHEN washing iih last water in
starch at all. In tli t a little flne
which they are f'insed p ougianmd
white sugar,dissolve it thi
the result wiii be pleasing
To brown sugar for sauce 'y dry
dings put Chie sugar in a perfect.t lilt
saucepan. If the pan ia tihe 'ea. mill
wet, the sugar will burn and you
ipoil your saucepan.
From statistics of deaths from act
dent, negligence, violence and misadl
venture compiled in Great Britain, Mr'.
Cornelius Walford infers that the rh~k
to life anid limb increases in a certain
ratio with the progress of civilization
--a conclusion which will evidently
bear a very considerable qualification.
WI1T AND HUMOR.
"T is a great thing to see the spirit
ual truth that all nature symbolizes,"
"So It is," said he.
"And yet enjoyment is darkened by
a terrible shadow," said she.
"Hey ?" he inquired.
"A terrible shadow," she repeated,
"that casts a depressing reflection
upon the most exuberant soul."
"Yes,'' replied lie, "I've felt it
when I ve been short on spare-ribs."
"On what?" she anxiously inquired.
"But you should he philosophlical;
you should imitate Pythagoras."
"Who was he?"
"lie was a philosopher, and an
Epicurean,. hut lie did not go as far as
"Where did they go?" asked the
Board1 of Trade man, and gazing at
him in amazement, his wild western
way began to dawn upon the cul
chawed mind of the Boston girl, and
"Take me to ma-ma."
[Springfilold, (Mss.) Rupublican.]
A Promins Lawyer's Opinion.
In one of our New England ex
changes we observe that Wm. T. Fil
ley Esq., of Pittsfield, Attorney-at.
Law and Asst. J udge Police Court, and
late County Commissioner, was re
stored to perfect health and activity,
by the use of St. Jacob's 011. Iie had
suffered with rheumatism for years in
tensely; but by the recent use of the
remedy lie was, as stated, completely
cured, and says the 01 deserves the
A DOCTOn received a call the other
evening from a couple who had not
been in this country over a year, and
who had decided to checkmate any
danger front smallpox by vaccination.
The husband bared his left arm and
the operation was soon completed. He
then rolled up his other sleeve and
held out his right arm.
"One arm is enough," replied the
"But I guess I takes two of 'em,"'
was the reply.
"Why, dis one Is for me, and der
odder one for my frow. It lah better
dot I cotches all dler smallpox myself.
Go ahead mit your stabbing P"
The doctor did not succeed in con
vincing them that one could not be
vaccinated for both, and, and the
woman sullenly refused to let the
lancet touch her arm.
AMIABLE husband (who has just fin
ished moving). "Where are my alip
pers, dear?" Wife. "They came along
with the third load and that load went
to the garret." IIusband. "And
where is my pipe?" Wife. "You'll
find it in one of thobarrelsof crockery
in tle cellar." Husband. "And
where Is my comb and hair-brush?"
Wife. "Jane packed them in the
kitcheni stove with the children's
sloCes.'' lilusband (mentally 50111)
quizing). "Whar, a woman my wife
is I She never went to college and yet
sne knows everything."
[(ouvewnour, (N. Y.) IHorald.
With great pleasure we can recom
mrend as a radical cure for rheumatism,
St. Jacob's Ol. This wonderful remod
has been extensively used by a larg,
number of people who daily testily to
its marvelous effects.
DURliNG the Mardi Gras celebration
Mose Schiomburg, upon returning to
his store on Galveston avenue from
dinner, found his clerk very muich ex
cited. The clerk said that a stranger
came in, and after asking and paying
the price of a cravat, which was $1,
picked up the entire box, containing a
dozen, and wvent off with them.
"Did lie pay you de dollar ?" asked
"Yes," responded the clerk.
''Vell, deni, we makes anyhow 50O
per cent, pronits on do .investment."
A CLEvELAND lawyer once saidI In
his ap~peal to the Jury: .'oW~in
you may hang thme oc'van on a grape
vine to dry. la.wao nn avalanche, pin a
napkin to 'the mouth of a volcano,
skim. 'the clouds from the sky with a
-'teaspoon, throw salt on the tail of our
noble American eagle, whose sleep
less eye watches over the welfare of
the nation, paste ''for rent" on tihe
moon and stars.'" But the jury (1id
none of those things, all the same.
I Iqula or Dry.
Bomoe people prefer to purchase medicines
in the dry state so that they can see for them
selves that thoy are purely vegetable. Otherd
havwo not te time or udosro to prepare the
moe-licmne, and! wish~ It already to ne.
To accommiodate each class the proprletord
of Kidney-Wort now ofror that well known
remedy in both Liq'uid and dry forms.
Sold by all drugglsts ovorywhero.-- Truth.
A'r a fire in Paris a fireman who
was shout to save a child asked for
something to protect his eyes. "Who's
got a pair of spectacles?" ho cried. A
gentleman very politely took from his
nose a fIne p~air of Brazilian pebbles.
wiped themi carefully, and, handing
them amiably to the fireman, remark
ed : "I hardly knowv whether these
are your exact number I"
Fon a street tree in the open coun
try, there is nothing finer than a white
pine, of full majestic growth. Buit we
don't wvant to make the mistake of
planting it in a twenty-foot dhoor-yard
except, possibly, a hedge at the north
81(de, and for that purpose the hemlock
might be preferred.
Before you begiln yor'ir heavy spring
work after a winter relaxation, ysour
systemn needs cleansing and strength
ening to prevent an attack of Ague,
Billious or Spring Fever, or soe
other Spring sickness that wvill unfit
you for a scason's work. You wvill
save time, mnch slckness and great ox
pemnse if you wIll use one bottle of Ilop
Bitters in your family this month.
l)ont't wat .
"A ND did yotir late husband die in
the hope (if a blessedl immortality,
sister Wiggins?'' inquired the new
miunister, who was making his first
call oni a fair widow of lis congrega
t ion, "'Bless you noe '" was the mou rn
fuli respoiiso, "lie diled in Chicago."
"31 AnNL, whly, you dear lite girl,"
exclaimed her grandpja, seeiag lis lit
tle grand daughter with her head tiedl
up, "have you got the headache?"
She answeredl sweetly, "I'ao dot a spit
LYDIA E. PINKHIAM's Vegetable
CoinpiouInd saves long sicknes, sutffer
ing and perhaps death.
4 TRnOY lawyer asked a wvomau on
'wit,cess stand her age, and she
the vtly repliedl: "I sold milk for
pro"- drinik when a baby, and I
van ta~ myp. yet."
FOR CANOERS AND CANCEROUS UUMORS.
The Dooer'ge Vertifeate, Read .
ASHLEY, Washington Co., Ill., Jan. 14, 1878.
Mt. H. IH. STEVENs-Dear Sir: This is to cor.
tify that I had been suffering from Rose Cancer
on my right breast, which grew very rapidly,
and all my friods had given me up todle, when
I heard of your medicine, Vogetine, recom
morded for Cancer and Cancerous Ilumors. I
commenced to L-Ike it, and soon found myself
beginning to feel better; my health aud spirits
both felt the bentgu influence which it exerted.
and in a few months from the time I commenced
the use of tho Vegotine, the Cancer came out
I certily that I am personally acquainted
-with Mrs. DeForre- t, and consider her one ol
the very best of women.
Dr. 8. II. FLOWERS.
WHY WILL YE SUFFERI
The Priceless Vogetine !
WASHINGTON, D. D.. Jan. 6, 1891.
DR. H. It. STBVENS.--Thi groat sympathy I
have for others who are suiforers from Cancers
and Cancerous Humors, impresses me that it. is
my sacred duty to write to you, alt ilough a
stranger to in. For two tong years ]-suffered
and endured the most painful torments from
Cancer of the Breast. My caso delted the efforts
of the best phyrsicians. I tried many remedies.
when a gentleman in the offico with my hus
band advised him to try your priceless Vego
t ine; he brought home a bottle. orore taking
half of the llirt bottle, I sleit well nighi. I
continued taking the Vegotino, gaining every
day. I have taken lS bottles. I am now on
tiroly cured; not a vestige of my disonse left.
I wish every on could know what a good iedi
eine itis for such disease;. Your namae will
never be forgot ten. May God over bless, guido
and protect you, Is the earnest daily prayer of
Mrs. E. A. SHIVINGTON,
680 Seventh St., Northwest, Washington, D. .
Hi I,. STEAJWVENS, BosToN, Mass.
Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists.
IR8. LYDIA E. PINKBAM, OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Curo
ror all those 1'aiall Complaints and Weaknesses
moeommon tooter bet femelo population.
It will euro entirely the worst form of Fenmalo Com.,
plaints, all ovarian troubles, inflamniation and Utces.,
tion, Falling and Displacepients, and tho con'sequrent
Opinal Weakness, and ispartiLeulatly adapted to A.he
Change of L'iro.
It will dissolve and p tumors from the uterus In
an early stage of de pamnt. The tendency to can
corous humors there is .heeked veryipeedily by its use.
It removes faintness, atuiency, destroysall raving
for stimulants, and reli~ yes weakness oftthostomnsch.
It eures Dlnating, fEan ches, Necrvous Prostration,
General Debity, sleep.jessness, Depression and Id!.
That feeling of beari dg down, causing pain, weight
and backache, is always pemanently cured by its uise.
It will at all times and linder al's eireurnstances act in
harmony with the laws that govern the remnale syatetn.
For the curoof KIdney Comuplainte of either sex this
Compound is u-nsuirpaesed
LYDIA E. P'INKiHA l'8 VEOETAIJLE COM
POUND is prepared at 3 and 235 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Prico $i. S bottles for $5. Beintbyrmail
In the form of pills, ats In the form of iozenges, on
receipt of prIce, .1 per x for eitl-er. Mrs. Pinkhiam
freely answers .31 atter, of inquiry. send for pamph
let. Address as above. Ment Ion this laper.
No family should be thout LYDIA4 F. PINKIIA'f
IVEJI PILLS. They ep re costtIpatIon, biliousnes
end torpidity of thm,. Wr. 25 eents per tnor.
Time Traveler- wito Wisely ProvitterN
Against, the contingency of illness by tak nig
with hum ilostetter's Stomna~h Bi-trs, has oc
casIon to conlgratullate himself on his foresight,
when lhe sees ethers whto have neglected tin' do
5 i siliffer Ing from some one of tihe maladii8 for
which it, is a remnedy and p revenrave. Among
thlese are fever and agile, blitousnaes s, Constitpa
I-ion anti rhoeumnati-m. dis.eases5 often atLItl1nnt
tipon a change of climate or unwonted mlet.
For sale by all druggists and dealers generally.
The most perfect, sure and,
SiEo FoR TggieuoMi,eg, ETO.
Highest Prizes awarded over all Competitor:
Recport of the Judges on Incubators
1879 & 1880.
At the 20th A nnual ExhIbition of thme Pennsylvant I
StateAriutural Nelety, held at P'hiladelphi a
Septembr 8h to20t, 170.
"We consider MIEYER'S THlE 1IEST INOUIBATO1i
we have ever acen there or elsewhere, and Mr. Rod
germ, of our coammittee has seen msofthem. We
cheerfully award THlESILVER MEDA L." (Highest
At the 27th Annual ExhihitIon of the Pennsylvanha
State A griculitural Soeiety, heldl at the Pernmneni
ExhIbition, Phimladelphia, September 0th to 26th,
"We fully concur wIth the report of the Judgi
of the preceeding year, and declare time I NCURII
rORS o1f the PERFI.ECTOION tUIIATlOl ('. (Me'
er's Patent) to be thme best of all knowmn INCUll
70OR the eiktekens hatched by this preccas bair4
stron er anmd heraltbaler than those hatched undie,
thme hn. Wea thereor~e cheerfully award thet tin
SILVERi MEDA l." (Highest Prize.)
THE PERFECTION INCUBATOR 00,,
614 Ch/stnut Streat. Ph~illa. Te
A Good -Housewire.
The good bousewife, when she is
giving her house its speing rennova
ting, should bear in mind that the dear
inmates ot her house are Imore pre
elous than many houses, and thattheir
systems need cleanaing by parifying
the blood, regulating the stomach and
bowels to prevent and oue the diseases
arising from spring malaria and
miasma, and she must know that there
is nothig that will do it so perfectly
and surely as Iop Bitters, 90i ptrest
and best of medio.nos.
"BUT, Freddy, how could you think
of calling auntie stupid? Go to -her
Immediately and tell her that you are
sorry." Freddy goes to auntle and
says: "Auntie, I am sorry you are
WHAT is beautiful? Why Carbo
line, a deodorized extract of petroleum,
as now improved and perfected. Clear
as spring water, delightfully perfum.
ed and will not soil the finest linen
fabric-a perfect toilet preparation
and absolutely makes the hair grow
on bald heads.
THE wonders of the world at present
are,--How fluff accumlates In vest
pockets, where the pins go to, and
why, when a man comes out of a sa
loon, lie looks one way and goes the
VEGErINC was looked upon as an ex
perinent for sometime by some of our
best physicians, but those most in
credulous in regard to its merit are
now its most ardent friends and sup
A NEVADA girl's love-letteri "Dear
Jimmy, it's all up. We ain't going to
get married. Ma says you're too
rough, and I guess she's right. I'm
sorry--but can't you go to Europe and
get filed down ?"
Massis. MORGAN & UBADLY. Mutual Life
Building, Tent h atlnd ChesLnut stroo.a, hay on
hand a superb stock or extra tine quality Dia
monds, which they offer at as low prices as
stones or the irst, quality. perc.t aliKe In color
and shape, can be bold fur.
A LITTLE Illinois boy's new boots
were too big for '-;mi. His brother
proposed to co011 vff the elds. The
plan was tried on (ne foot, with a loss
of three toes.
"SELLERs' Liver Fills" never fail to
cure billousness, indigestion, or head
ache. Sold by all druggists.
' VEN duimb animals exhibit attach
ment. The horse is always attached
to the vehicle whieh he draws.
"THEjY cannot all lie," was the ob
servation of one while reading the end
less testimonial to "Dr. Lindsey's
Blood Searcher." It is infallible.
WUEN wold a volunteer corps most
need a cook? When they have got a
Ponder on these Truths.
Torpid lidnoys. and constipated b.owels are
the great causes of clriouio idsdiis6s.
Kid-Wort-as-uiod thousands. Try it aud
you *W add one woro to ticir number.
Habitual ooativences afilicta millions of the
American people. KMdney-Wort will cure it.
Kidney-W)rt ias cured kiduoy complaints
of thirty years standing. 'ry it. Beo adv.
A Monvumient of Gald
Should be ereetod In monory of the inventor
of ''Anakesie," the great external Pile Rem
edy. Mr. James J. Ilassett, of Erie, Penna.,
writes as follows:
Messrs. NEUNTAED'RER & 0o.:
GENTLEMEN-EnolOored find P. 0. order for
$1.00, for which send box of '"Anakcosie." I
havo use'd two boxes and feel it my duty to say
to you that by tho use of your simple remedy
I have been ralsedl from the brink of despair
to the jloyful hope ef soon beinst able to de
clare myself entirely cured. One month's
trial, at the small expense of the cost of one
box of "Anakesis" has given me more relief
than two years doctoring with our best physic
ians here. Surely a monument of gold ehoul I
be erected in memory of the inventor of Ana
kesis. Send at once if possible.
I shall he pleased to reply to any one who
inquires as to the merits of your valuable
medicine, should you see fit to publish this.
Sincerely your servant,
JAS~ J. BASSETT, Erie, Pa.
"Anakesis" is sold by all druggists. Price
$1.00 per box. Samples sent free to all suf
fererA on application to "Anakesis" Depot,
B~ox 8016, Now York.
(A Medine, not a Driuk.)
110PS, IIUCiU, MANDRAKE,
AND TIlR PURtEST AND IRATMhirDiCA LQUJAL.
TiES OF ALl, OTilEt UitaTEatS.
All Diseases of thea'stomach, lroweis. Blood.
Liver, Kkdneys, andI Urinarry rgane, Ner
yousness h~r'a e siaerxirn Or ipeciailly
$1000 IN COLD.
Will be paidu for a carse they ill not enire or
hlip, or for a nytiinh i Izirre or injuriouas
Ask~ your diruggisat for ]iop litters andl try
thema before yoau sleep. Tuake nro otirer.
D 1. C. Is an absolute and trresttibleecure for
Drunkannaiess, use of ophuna, tobaecco andl
saND F'oR Ciruti.AR.
irop ialer. M r. a,. itoi er, N.r ,AT,,,
Now look out for a rousitng good now
SUNDAY SCHOOL SONG BOOK
with tihe rabave title. Thela compilbr Mr.
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sands as one of the most successftul provider,
of sweet melodies and bright hymns for tihe
great, Sunday School public. Our best, writers
and composers have contrlbuted. Thre bookt
has a becautlfful tItle. Is well printed and lj
every way desirable. Strnd for specimean pages
(free), or specimen copy,, which is mra head for
tihe retall piace, 85 cents.
Also, jist, pulbilihed TI'lH lilA~(offIiiT
(SO ets.) By T. nrney andr lloffman. Anti nearly
ready, a new book by A bbey ard Muangor, mn'rk
Ing a t rio of Sunday School books that cannot
Oliver Dltson & Co., Boston.
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' RtilehoGuas. Revo? r ase6. . I. Aronninauo,
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ings and Sprains, Burns and
ScaIds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Foot and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation on earth equals ST. JACOBS OIL
as a eafe, sure, simple and cheap External
Remedy. A trial entails but the comparatively
trifliug outlay.of 60 Cents, and every one sufferipg
'with pain can havo cheap and positive proof of. Its
Directions in Eleven -Languages.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALLERB
A. VOGELER & CO.,
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- CURES R E S! ammm
liecause it acIt on 0he LII ilt, 1OW ELS
and KDiD)"CS at the samie tipe.
Because It cleanses the system of the poison
ous hiinors that dovelopo in Kidney and Urt.
nary Disoaa, Biliouunesu, Jaundice, Consti.
pationi, Piles, or in Rheumtatim, Neuralgia,
Nervout Disordors an.1 Femalo Complaints.
BEE WHAT PEOPLE BAY :
Eugenoc i. Stork, of Jnn::etion City, Kansas,
Says, gi(Idney-Wort eured him efter regular Phy
HicintlS itl baieit tryilig for four years.
M's. John Arnal, of Wasinimlgton, Ohio, says
ler, h1o wns griven ni to die by four liroinet
VllYiidflns "I'd thul, to was ufterwards cured by
. M. B. 001oowin, an editor in Cinrdon, Ohio'
14nys e110 W4s mi init expolteli to livt', boing bloated
beyonti belief, ilt Khinie'y-WorVt I cured him:..
A tna I,. Jarrett of Sotl It idem, N. Y., says
thalt steVen years sRferling from kitiney troubles
0i1il W114-1. .,:'plications was unded by thme utC of
Jolhn, D. I.wrence of Jnelcon. Tenn., Rsuffered
for years fron live' 4ad kIiney troubes aI
After tiliciiiW ' ikamris oi 0 oLher medicul.os,"
3lichn'l (Coto of lontlgomivery Center, Vt
'uifred~ Lighta yearsi with: Idnevi stillcenia y anti
w::b 1:1abiu to woerk. Kidney-Wort moutio aim
well its ever."
. . LIVER COMPLAINTS,
Constipation and Piles.
tV'It is put tip in Dry Vegetablo Form in
in, cans one piackage of which maakuesix quarts
of iedicie. Also In Liquidm For:n, very Co:.
centratod, for those that cannaoc readily pro
!" It acts with equal e5!ctencey in either form.
GET IT AT TIJE DRUGGISTS. P1t1CE, $1.00
W ELLS, ItiCilAlt1DSON & Co., Prop's,
(Will send the dry postepaid.) ilt'nli.iNGTON, I T.
DR. R. C. FLOWER,
The Great Healer and World Rle
OFFICE and RLESIDENCE:
1013 RACE Street, PhIiladelpIas
5 West 22d1 Street, New York.
Dr. Flower has treated andl cnredl withina the last
year upwards or thairteen: thoulsandl p-,tie ti, iinci~ling
all criacster of disonns. R ndredls and 'th~ousandsl'
of thiese jersons have lieen brouyhit to she Doctor's
olie on ods of ,ickne~ss, an:d alnmost in thne throes of
The Philadelia Sun~day Afereury,ofr Nov 14,1880,
savs :'" Dr. Flower, thu worlid'ren:ownoed magntetist
1u13 1 ne lreot, Ia perform: n:g won:derf'ui cursB a$
Thne Philhadelphia Record, of .Dec. 21,1880, says:
"hir. Flower ha:s demonst:,rated that hais miethod of
te onating dliseaseis, hal is up-rior aind tilatohiless nower
over atli other sy'sternis of hl::in g which haiv" fai led,
has proved that dish-aso has a dhin gerotu enemy in thne
Po o.and the0 old system of cirugs at dantgerous
Thme Ilh2jadelia Times of Nov'ember h-i, 1830 sayc:
"Dr. Fhlo'.r's * xtraordinar'y culres are wvinderful in
deood, aind outsid:: of the ordii.ary niiodicail wvondera."
Th'le Phhadelitphla Sunmdnty ltem: or Nov. 14 1880,
saysl " The cnres ofh"ected bty liri. Flower wilthlin the
last week are trulv iracuiltus. Drsoase h is been
brought to a stiind-itll by this. wondedrf ul mian."i
The Phildelpina Mtercuryj of Nov. 21, 1880, says:
"Over two hiudred an i llfty path inls were turaned
away Iast week b~y Ihr. Fliowe~r."
Dr. (O-rard, of New York, once opposed to Dr.
Flower's cystem:, iaf'er iinveigatin:g he sante for
him-'lf, declare'd th:rough thu iro~s " thait it th
work of~ bialing-he work which I am comnpelied
to be ive, Dr. Flower his beeii called' to ant seems
to b' nmol a th: is man: in this wvork. Hle mutist be h~e
wvoiider of wonduers. I htave see n haim cutre the dlyin:g
i f taniaI bta g themt from the throes of detath
Dr. Flower eann lie con:sultoel at elther of the above
pli Ices, eitheir thirotrhm correspondonco or by per
sonal applicaion::. If' a- personael interview is do.
shred, arran:gemniita should be m:adlo in advance,
Battle Creek, Michigan,
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Four sizes of Separators, from O to 12 herae
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HEALTH IS WEALTI
BBELTH of BODYis WEALTH of MIND.
Pure blood makes sound flesh, strong bone
md a clear skin. If you would havo your flesh
Irm. your bones sound without caries, and your
,omplexion f air, uso ladway's Sariaparil
A remedy con posed of ingredients of extra.
)rdinary medical proportes essential to purify,
teal, repair and invigorate the broken-down and
,vasted eody-QUICK, PLEASANT, SAVA and
PMIIMANNNT i" its treatment and curo.
No matter b3what name the complaint may
)o designated Whether it be Scro:ula, Con
mumptiovi, Syphilis, Ulcors, gores, Tumors,'olls.
grysipelas, or Salt-Ithoum, diseases of the
.uugs. Kidneys, Bladder, Womb, Scin, Liver,
:tomach or Bowels, either chronio or- constitu
;lonal, the virus of the disease Is in the BLOOD
avhich supp.ies the waste, and builds and ro
pa-ra these organs and wasted tissues of the
system. if the blood is unhealthy, the prOness
of repair must be unsound.
Te Sarsaparillit lesolvent not only
is a compensating remedy, but secures the har
toailous act.loa of each of the organs. It estab
Lishes throughout the entire system functional
tarmony, and supplies the b ood-vessels with a
pure and lialthy current of now life.' The skin,
after a few days use of the Sarsaparillian, be
comes clear and beautiful. Pimples, lBlotches,
Black tipots and Skin Erupt'oni are removed;
Sores and Ulcers soon cured. Persons suffering
from Scrofula, Efruptivo Diseases of the Byes.
Mouth, Ears, Legs, Throat and Glands, that
have accumulated and spread, either from un
cured diseases or mercury, or from the use of
Corrosive Sublimate, may rely upon a cure if
the 8arsapartallan is continued a sufflcient time
to make Its Impression on the Fystom.
One bottle contains more of the active princi
ples of medicines than any other pieparation.
Taken in Teaspoonful Doses, while o hers re
quire five or six tItmes as much. One Dollar
Only requirel anunluateN not boxrs to re
lievo pain and cure acute disease.
in from one to twenty minutes, never falls to
relievo PAIN with one thorough application;
no matter how violent or excruciating the pain
the Rhoumatic, Bed-ridden, Infirm. Crippled.
Nervous, Neuralgic or prostrated with disease
man suier, iRADWAY'd READY RELIEF will
afford instant case.
Iatsitanana lts orthe RI neya, Isttaamntua
flon orls e Mandder. int asseasation ofthe
111olweis. t'omtgesiioa ei' tihe Lumagsu. Nor':
'Iiont, 11 it culat Uireiitalng, Palpinatlom
of tli , Heart. llynteres. Croup. lDI lh
Ii, ela, 4 stala'ih, I mit nesn'a. lenalase,
loin laas'ie Nria'aga. lIhenilumatlean,
Colat Chaills. Alcase Cill s. Claliblalas, Bid
Fr ot Biem. Alrunies, Nuaner 4'ona
piaats, Nevoujivnes. ftleeplessn ean,
olaso Cd n Sia'l, Pains is the
C:ient. Back or Linabs are iustantly re
Fever and Ague.
FEV ER and AGUE cured for 50 cents. There
is not a remedial agent In this world that will
euro Fever and Ague, and ot her Malarlous, Bill
oia, scarlet. Typiiohi. Yellow and other fevers
(alled by lHadway's Pills) so quickly as RAD
WAY'S READY HELIEF.
It. will in a few moments, when taken accord
ing to directions, cure Cramps, Spasms, sour
Stomach. Ilcartourn Sick lileadache, Diarrhoa
Dysentery, Colic, % Ind In the Bowels, and all
Travelers should always carry a bottle of Rad.
way's Ready Relief with them. A few drops in
wa or will prevent sickness or pains front
change of wate'r. It Is bettor than French
brandy or bitters as a stimulant.
Miners and Lumbermen Should always be
provided with it.
All remedial agents capable of destroyin g life
by an overdose should be avoided. MorphIne.
opium, strychnine, arnica. hyosciamus, and
other poweriui remedies. does at certain tImes,
in very small doses, relleve' the patient during
their action in the system. But perhaps the
second dose. If repeated, may aggravate and in
crease- the sulering, and another dose emise
death. There is no necessity for using these
uncertaln agents whean a po'sttive remedy like
Rtadway's Read y Rlel.efantl stop the most ex.
cruciating pain quicker, without entailing the
least dillculty in either lnfant or adult.
TILE TRUE RELIEF.
RADwAY's RxADY RuraRPm is the only remedial
agont, in vogue that will instantly stop pain.
Fifty Centsi Per Bottle.
Perfect Purgatives, Soothing Aperi
entis, Act Withiourt Pain, Always
Reliable, and Natural in their
A VEGETAI BLE SUBSTITUPE'l FORl CALOMEfL.
Perfe tly tastecless, elegantly coated wtth
sweet gum, purge, reguiate, purify, cleanse and
flAnwAv's P11.1s, for the0 cure of all D'sorder's
of the S onmach, Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, Iliaddur,
Nervous Dilseases, Headache. Const. p ition, Cos
t,'venosa, laid gestlon, Dyspepsia, Bsiliousnaess,
Fever, Inflamnatlon of the Bowels, Piles, and11 all '
dorangemnents of the internal Viscera. War'
ranted Ito elfeet a peruect cure. Purely vege
tale, coitianing no mercury, minerals or doe.o
I mObsoa vetheofollowing symptoms esuti'ing
fr'om Diseases of thu Dige1tve Organs: Udneti
patlion. Inward lles, Fullness of tihe Bio d In
I he Head1, AcIdity of tihe Stomach, Nausea,
Heartburn, bi-gust of Food, Fuliness or Weight
ini the -tomach, Sour Eructions, Sinking or
Fluttering at theo Hlour, Choklig or SufferIng
Sensations when in a lying posture. Dimness of
Vialcn, Dois or Webs Hieerer the sight, Fever'
and Dull Pain In the Head, Deticiency of Per
spiratiton, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyov,
Pain In the Side. Cho t, Limbs, and Sudden
Flushles of Heat, Ilurlninlg in tile Flesh.
A fow doses of RADWAY'S PILLrS will free the
system from all the above-named Disorders.
Price, 23 0ents Per Box.
We repeat that the reader must consult our
books and papers on the subject of diseases andi
theIr cure, emong \vhich may be named :
"False and Trute,''
"fluad way on Irrita ble Urethra,"
"R1adlway oni Scrofula,"
and others relating to different ciassos or Ils
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