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POTATO CuLu.--In order to hs-vo the
beat succees in growing potatoes, and to
secure a healtly vigorous growth and a crop
free from tot, says Thorburn, it Is necessary
to plant as early as the ground can be got
ready. Select a rich soil, and plant in rows
three feet apart, and the sets one foot in
the rows. To kill the young weeds, run a
light steel-tooth barrow over the field
lengthwise of the rows; this will allow the
crop to get the start of the weeds, besides
breaking up all lumps and leveling the
ground ready for the cultivator. If wood
ashes and plaster can be procured, sow a
good dressing over the field after the pota
toes aro ip. If a very early crop Is desired,
it will be necessary to sprout the potatoes
before planting. Cut the potatoes into
pieces of any size deslrable, and place in a
warm, light room from four to six weeks
before required for planting in the open
ground. During this time shoots will start
out strong and vigorous, so that as soon as
planted they will send out roots and grow
much more rapidly than those treated in
the ordinary way. Another method is to
place the sets in a hot-bed, two weeks before
they are wanted, and then lift casef ully and
set out on fresh horse dung, st) that the heat
will cause them to start at once. If the
Colorado potato beetle makes its appear
ance, the vines must be dusted with Paris
green mixed with about eighty parts of
plaster, or what is better, imix the Paris
green in water two tablespoonfuls to a pail,
and apply with a small brush or broom,
Take care to stir the mixture often, or else
the Paris green will settle at the bottom.
Two or three applications during the season
will usually sutlico to clear off all the
Kii,iixo CANADA TisITE.-A contem.
porary notices two modes of destroying this
weed, one of ivhich Is to put a tablespoon
ful of salt on each stalk or stub, causing
the plant to wilt, become dry and disappear
by October. This is recommended as bet
ter than the other modo, which is to cut off
each plant with a Unife just below the sur
face of the ground, as one does asparagus,
These nodes inay answer for very small
patches in gardens, but any one may easily
contrast its economy in labor on a large
scale on the farm, with the rapid work of
turning the plants with a plow. We have
destroyed niany acres in - this way, so that
not a plant ever reappeared. A strong pair
of horses will turn over a sod eight inches
deep, and much lower than the knife in ti
hand will go; and if the work is thoroughly
done, ana no balks left, the plants will stay
under the inverted seil for three or four
weeks, uiless in very porous or light soil,
which must be plowedI oftener. The only
failures which we have known with this
treatment was where the plowing was so
imperfectly done, er so long intermitted,
that straglers found their way to the light,
and furnished a feeding to the roots below.
Ci.iumxa PLANS.-Our farmers could
easily have lots of interesting places about
their homes, especially near woodlands. A
pile of old stumps can be covered with
creeping, twining or climbing plants, and
though it brings nothing back to the purse
it will often give imare pleasure than money
can buy, to their wives, little ones, and
friends. Many kinds of climbing plants
have some curious things about them. One
of the Passilloras opens its flowers, with a
loud noise, hence probably itsname. The
imenispermnum, or imoon seed, hasit a curious
shell that partially covers the seed. It
looks like half a hazel nut shell with the
nut in it The ladies of the South collect
them to make frames for pictures. The
TePcriploca has a curLous pipe-Iike appendage
to the ilower, hence it is called Dutchman's
Pipe. The Loasa is coveredl with hairs
that will sting like a bee's simg if touched
by any tenider part of a person's body.
S~m~r is a valuable fertilizer and costs but
little. It is cheaper to use pure~ salt at $6
per ton than the refuse of salt works, which
is mixedl with lime and magnesia salts, at
$2, as a smialler qhuantity of good salt cani
be used with better effect. Salt is useful
on pasture and grass laud, and is especially
uiseful for all root crops, cabbage anmd aspar
aguia. It is also beneficial to oats. Two
hundred p~ounds per acre may be uiseful.
Yolrn pigs otten suiffer considerably in
gettmng their teeth. T'he gumis swell, and
thme irritation andi swelling oftenl spread to
the jaws, cheek and the whole head. It
may be curdd by~cutting thics wollen gums
over the place where the second teeth are
coming, or drawing the fIrst teeth with a
pmair of pmncers or pliers.
A iiwrIu n - -'' di a season not too
hot ar' * *, .JLE for oats, barley and spring
,,, onsequenut ly they sho'ld be sown
early that they may get their growths before
the hot, dry weather sets in.
What InfluecesCc Diycion.--There
are certain substances uipon which the gas
tric juice exerls no action, and( it should be
remembered that, whatever goes throumg the
stommachm untouched p~asses unndissolvedl
through the whole of the alimentaury canal.
The frequency with which such substaunces
as dried currants anid apple p~ips are passed~
unialteredl is familiar enough to all. Indi
gestible substances are occasionally retainedl
In the stomaich, causing paini, indigestion
and irritation for days and dauys together.
There are many circimnstances, besides the
natlure of time food, which exert an im.
fluence on the process of digrestion. First
and foremost among these is tihe quadity of
food takeni ; for the ellicient performance
of digestion the stomiach shouIld be0 fairly
filled, butt not dhistended. Dr. lieaumo(nt's
experiments show that a certain bulk was
niecessaury for thme p~erformiance of healthy
dilgestion. his fact hans long been known
by practical exp~erienice to uncivilizedi na
tions. Tihus, the- Kamutschatdlales are In
the habit of mixing earth andl sawdlust with
the train oil on which they are frequently
redumced to live, and~ Veddahs, or wi'ldl
hunters o( Ceylon, on thme samie principle,
mingle the pounded fibre (of soft decayed
wood with the honey on which they feed
when meat, is not procurable. TIhme time
which has elapsed since the last meal was
taken should, for the effetual performance
of digestion, be sutlicienit to insure the
stomach being quite clear of food. Thme
amount of exercise taken p~revious and~ sub.
sequent, to the meal is not wvithiout its itu
fluence, geniac exercise being favorable,
and every exertion injurious to dligestion.
Thea thiere is the state of mind, tranqumhi.
ty of temper being apparently esseiitial to
qjuick and easy digestsoni. Ini addition may
be mentioned the state of bodily health and
the state of the wveather.
In all iikelihoodl ar. Preece, of the
Biritish postal telegrapic service, has Iearun
ed something whichm may be of value to his
countrymen in his late examination of the
Parisian electrical experimnents and estab
lishmrents. His report on what lie has seeii
may be read with interest, If not with much
profit. lie is, at least, honest in his opin
Pr.om the nodule of chromite in the in
terior of the meteorite iron of (Johahmulla,
Mexico, D~r. J. Lawrence Smith, of Louis.
ville, Ky., has obtained on analysis of it
62.01 of OXidle of chromun andh 33,82 of
WASTI iN MRAT.-Speaking of the un
avoidable waste attending the restoratioi
of frozen iheat, poultry and game, Ifs
Juliet Carson says: All these articles,bu
especially the latter, must be carefull,
thawed. 'Small game can usually be' re
stored by bringing it into the kitchen tw<
or three hours before it is needed 'for use
Large birds, hares, venison, etc., must bo
completely immersed in cold water unti
their flesh is pliant. All frost In meat
game and poultry must be kept away fron
the flre,-because any sudden accession o
heat causes the putrefaction of incat whici
has been frosted. Care must be taken ti
use it as soon as it has been thawed, and i
little extra time, about three minutes t<
each pound, must be allowed for cooking
No salt should be added to the water ii
which it is immersed, because it would in
crese the necessary percentage of waste bj
drawing out more of the juices of the mca
than unsalted water. The ski and inne
membranes of frozen poultry Pnd gai
are to a certain extent disintegrated by of
feet of intense cold, and require very care
ful handling to avoid breaking them whet
the entrails are drawn ; it is advisable ti
place a little bag of powdered charcoal ii
the neck, to remain until cooked this wil
remove any trace of taint.
DoN'T Bcu, Yorn bl.x.-The anima
albumen which milk conta!ns, and bj
which the nerves in the human body ar
made, is hardened and destroyed by boil
ing. In milk used by children whosi
systems are being built up and formed
this is of vital importance, but it is to b
seriously considered by adults whos4
nerves are repaired and strengthened bo
this albumen or nerve food. The abo%
applies also to eggs and to all food. Tb
French, who rarely suffer from disorders o
the stomach, never boil their food. Theil
cooks are taught to cook slowly and gen
tly, so that their dishes are tender, nutri
cious and easy of digeston. I am quiti
aware of the tendency of milk to hold am
even proiote the jgrowth of germs, a
well as of the typhoid fever some fey
years ago in Marylebone an( Paddington
an(1 of the source to which It was attributed
nevertheless, except under extraordinar3
circumstances and for a short time only,
do not boil your milk.
How To WASH C.oTMs WIruour Fu
iNO. -A lady correspondent sends us th,
following recipe, which she has tried wit)
success on all kinds of fabrics: Wash an
peel Irish potatoes, and grate them mt,
cold water. Saturate the articles to b
washed in this potato water, and they cai
then be washed with soap without an,
running of the color, I have taken oil ou
of carpets saturated with this potato wa
ter, when simple would make the colo]
run ruinously; have set the color In blacl
iuslins, in colored merinos, in ribbons an
other silk goods. Often the potato wate
cleanses sufliciently without the use o
soap ; but the latter is necessary wher,
there is any grease. In such cases (with.
out soap) I take the grated potato itself ano
rub the goods with a flannel rag. In wool
en goods it is ncesary to strain the water
else the particles will adhere, -but this I
not necessary in goods front which thej
caii be well shoken.
Wx are not going to let you forget tha
the eggs and sugar should be beaten to
gether for all kinds of custards and cakes
in short everything that eggs and suga
are used for. All who try it will fiud it t
great advantage; the sugar is entirely dis
solved then and concquently the cak
will be much lighter. It Is useless to bea
the whites and yolks separately for any
thing except white mountain cake, ninr
ble, or something where they are bake'
separate. If you wvill beat the eggs an'
sugar long enough they wvill make a cak,
light, as you wouk1 wish to see.
I'iVKLEDi PEiA~nE.-Take a gallon C
good vinegar, and add to it four pounds o
sugar ; boil for a few minutes and remov,
any scum that may arise;i then take cling
stone peaches that are fully ripe,rub themnt
get off the down, and stick three or fou
cloves in each peach ; put themi into
stone jar, and pour the liquor, boiling hoi
over them. Cover the jar closely, an
set it in a cool pla1ce for a week or two
pour off thme liquor and boil It as before
after which remirn it to the peaches. boi)
ing hot, which should be carefully covere
and stored away for future use.
aim' PE A Sorr'.--Pnt two quiarts greei
peas with four quartsa water, boil for tw<
hours, keeping the steam wvasto suippliet
b~y fresh boilhng water-then strain then
from the liquor, return that to the pot, rul
the peas through a sieve, chop an onlos
fine and a small sprig of mint, let it boi
ten minutes, then stir a tablespoonful o
flour into two of butter, and1( pepper1 an
salt to taste ; stir it smoothly into lti
boiling soup1. Serve with wvell-butterei
sippets of t asted bread.
TIorrr~.z VINEG,~i.--PicC a quantilty c
rose-leaves iinto a bowl, boll some1 dommno
viniegar, and whilst boiling -pour it upoi
the leaves. Let it remain a fortnight, an<
lien strain through blotting-paper. An,
sort of rose is goodI for this preparation. )
sinall spoonful of vinegar In a glass of wr
ter with a little sugar makes a very pleas
ITm is a mistake to let tea dIraw too hon
After it, has steeped seven minutes in b~oil
ing water theo virtue of it is adl out. Whmg
conmes after that is the tantun, wvhich nc
body wants to dirink, or ought to, as it i
the 51a1m1 quality that tans leather. Pou:
off your tea from the leaves at the end a
this time, if you want a p~erfect cup of tee
BUr'rTERan Ai'ie.i.-Peel, slice and cor
onie pound1( of aples, puit into a frying-pa
about two ounces of butter, add the app)l)
and cover over wvith two ounces of poum
edi sugar ; pumt them into the oveni unti
done. A very nice .dish for chilrer
Wh len done they may be dlishdi up on
nice crisp piece of toast with auger ove:
To RliimoVE TnE SMELLJ ( F NEcW PAIN1I
Newly-paintedi rooms arc very unp~lleasar
for several days, but If a handful of hay
strewmn on the floor upon01 which is s)ril~n
10(1 a little chloride of lime, after a coupi
of hours the offenisive smell will have er
ROAsv LAu1D.--Put the meat in the dlr:l
pmig-pan wvith a little hot water in the bol
tom. Sprinkle with salt and a little pe0r
per. Baste ofteni, and allow chrhmt or nin
minutes to a p~oundl. When done1 take th
grense off the gravy, make it bubble 0on to
of t~he stove, and1( make a thickening
FLonmA WATER.- IUlssolve half a
oun1ce each of oil of letnon, oil of havendk
and oil of bergamot, and half a dIrachi
each of oil of cinnamon and oil of clov(
in a quart of the deodorized alcohol. Ad
two quarts of filtered water, and~ bottle tc
use in the toilet.
Au~txNA cures the bites and stings of i
MoTie 'will not work in thg/light.
IN a httle village in Virginia there lived
n a family named Ranidar. 'Ihey were not
s very pious people, and never went to
church. Qile, hwever, dwriog a rvival
i the fali werq pre %d4 pn to attend
- preaching. When theg niad their rluct
) ant and tardy appearance, the services had
just begun, and.when they id scarcely
taken their seats, the minister gave out the
I frst hymn, reading It somewhat thus:
"Return, ye ransom sinners, home." "All
right l" cried the head of the Ransoms,
f getting up In rage, and clappIng hia hit
k on his head. "Come along ola womati and
) gals; we'll go home fast enough;
6 and everybody in the old church knows we
) didn't want to come."
"WnATr do they mean by this talking
about "bloom that's off the rye f ' inquired
Jenkins, as lie yanked the spittoon around
under his chair. "Never saw any bloom
on or off the rye, s'far as I've observed."
"When a man," remarked Garcelon, who
came in just then," "conies aloafin' about
this place ev'ry afternoon, with a nose like
a night bloomin' crocus, an' the elbows of
his trousers showing the dirt through 'em
and a shirt on that ain't been changed for
a week, that man is travelin' right along
after the bloom; and though he ain't quite
got the fragrance an' color, he's a vergin
close'onto it." And the old man borrowed
a match and a couple of funny exchanges
and meandered down stirs.
(Indianapolis, Indiana, Farmer.)
* When every one says a "thing is so, it
must be so." On this point Mr. A. II.
Lyman, Druggist, Manistee, Mich., writes:
Every one who tries St. Jacob's 011, says
that it is the beat remedy ever used for
rheumatiani. 31r. White, a customer,
after having employed every klnown spec.
ific for rhieumatisin was cured by St.
MAIS. SANOLBs breathlessly said: Dear,
I will tell you an awful, awful thing. Do
you know that Mr. Slowbax cannot take
lils breakfast in the morning uhtil ho has
had a cocktail. Now, my Mr. Spangles
never does such a thing ga that. He
woud not think of a cocktail. He sim
ply rolls in bed, looks around the room
- for his clothes and says, "Mary, for the
3 love of the great stars above us, I feel as
if I had a cimder in my mouth I Give me
I a pitcher of water-none of your con
) founded little goblets, but a bucketful.
3 Hurry I' But you never hear him ask for
a cocktail. He hastens down to the store
without his breakfast."
A Pzuny county minister was preashing
very eloquently to his congregation the
other lay. Waxing quite warm in his
theme, and becoming quite earnest in voice
and gesture, his artificial teeth flew out of
his mouth and landed in the altar. Wind
iig up lils discourse very suddenly, he
called on a member to lead In prayer, and
during the devotional exercises lie slipped
down into the altar and recovered his
grinders. An exchange says: "His con
P gregation protest against having any such
vulcaized irospel thrust at them again."
(Fall River, (Mass.) )aly iierai.)
Barnard Manufacturing V'omprany,
Air. Isaac L. Hart, Superintendent, No.
r 3 Ashton street, says: 1 bave used that
superior remedy, St. Jacob's Oil in a' so
vere case of rheumatism In imy arm, and
its effect was wonderful, having banished,
L after a thorough trial, all pain leaving my
- arm as well as ever.
I "I CaNov pay yo~u this niorning," said
I the customer to the milkman ; "you'll
3 have to chalk it (Iowa." "Chalk It down? "
staminered the milkman. -"Yes, chalk it
(downl. Why you look as if you dlidn'&
anow what-a piece of chalk is." The
milkman blushed, andl picking up his cans
- sadly took his whey from the door, pond
ering on the uncertaiityof h uman affairs.
r A umriia Hoston girl callecd one of her
a dolls, a little jointless creat'ire, her "wio
, man's rights diol." "Buit whly (10 you call
11 her so ?" asked her aunt, a lecturer on that
;much diiscussed' question. "'Oh, 'cause,
;Aunt X.," the child answcredl, "she's just
-like you ; she can't ever sit downm and be
..4M ap~preciative jury ; During a trial
1r0t aI Av4Arkansas; -' club, a rock, a
rail, an axe hand~cle, 'a "die and a shot-gun
were exhibitedl as "thme lne'~muent with
w.hich the deced wvas dlone." It 'iss also
> showni that the assaulted man d n
himself with a revolver, a scythe, a '[pitch
I fork, a chisel, a hand-saw, a flail and a
cross dog. Th'ie jury decided thed they'd
I have giveni $5 apiece to have seen the fight.
A Losninm Jo~r$.
A prominent phyalisie of Pilttsburg said
jokingly to a lady pat i it who wacoruplain
f lng of her continued il health, - d of his
1 inability to cure her,- "try Hop Bittersi"
iThe lady took'it in. iGati-est and used the
I Bitters, from which 'she obtained perma
nent health. She now laughs at the doc
tor for .hiis joke, but he is not so well
-pleased with it as it cost, .him a good pa
"Wo icu had you rather be, a twinkling
-star in the heavens or a comet that with its
-lbroadi train of fire sweeps in majestic course
t through unknown spacei" "1 should pre
fer by all means to wear a train," said she,
B -'but not In unknown space. It would
r npver be described i the newspapers."
A N 01(d farmer stroked his gray locks and
sadly remarked, "I dildn't know how
3 01(1 andl feeble I was until I went to. lick
n James this morning. Ito's only seventeen,
ii but I couldn't make him holler."
"Unu3 flv,'' saidl a lady to her servant, "'I
-wish you would step oyer and see how 01(1
'a Mrs. .lones is this morning." In a few
-minutes Bi1ddy returned with the inform
ation that Mis. Jones was sever.ty-two
.years, seven months and twenty-eight
t (lays old.
Don't (Ot Theo Chilla.
C If you are sdbject to Ague you miust be sure
to keep your lhver, bowels at d kidneys in good
freo conidition. WVheni so, you will be safo from
all attacks. The remedy to use Is Kidney
Wort. It I: the boat preventative of all ma
laral isesesthat you can take. Soe advor
tier mont in anmothmer eo:umn.
e A eRI.EnRAS ED'm lawyer once said that the
e three most t;oublesomo clients lie over had
P were a yo'ing lady whio wanted to be mar
~f rtedl, a niarriedi woman who wanted a di
vorce, and an old maid who didn't know
what elle wanted.
rONs of the most exasperatingly. hunill
atling moments in a man's life comnes at
- al'out 2 a. m . when he gets to his front
'leeor and fInds that his latch-key is in his
Wnnx things jo to D K how C i) they
Tmn late knhusbinandcths te lnet.
~Iuar - It.LLEVUW, Ky.
DI. I. 1t. STEVENS-DIRAR SIR: I Must stat4
that your Vegetine deserves to be called avaluable
blood purtfl7 renovator and Invigorator of the
wholq ys 11. My lfe suffeye ford)i "of
tiut\ kIlcrofulolpore on thb log. 8 took
sevorpiio lies of Vgetlle. The results were
surpr ii;;!t eureaher, whibe all the former
remdies8 fat led to give Gatlafation.%-'
Itespectfully, T. F. TRICK.
I know the above to be true.
Druggist and Apothecary, 189 Monmouth St.
Ve etile-F1 eradicating all impurities of the
boo fron th system, It has no equal. It has
noveq (aied toeliect a 'ctre,, gving fton0 and
strength to thesystemu debilitatet by demano.
Purifles the Blood.
BOSTON, Mass., Jan. 13, 1877.
MIt. 1. It. STEVENS-Dear Sir: I have been
using 'eeilno for soiilo lia with the greatest
aa tactten, and can highly reconinibrd i a a
great cleanser ad puriller of the blood.
J. L. IIANAFOlRD
Pastor of Egleston Square M. E. Churcl.
Nervousness, and all derangements of the nerv
oilsa stys, are t1stt1lily connelcctedt with a diseased
conl~ I lion (of tile bloodl. D~ebility Is a frequent ac
compantiment. The lirst. thling to be done Is to in
prove the condition of the blood. This Is acoom
lished by taking Vegetine. It is a nerve nitilcine,
anit1 possesses a controlling power over the nerv
Thou.sands Speak-Vegetine Is acknowledged
and re uotiuotiied liy physlians aid ai potecares
to be the best. purilier and*( cleanser of the blood(
yet tiscoverett, and tiousantis speak In Its pralse
who have been restored to health.
- Prepared by
Lt RI. 'ITEVENS, BosTON, Mass.
Vcqelin is Sk b.y All Druggi8te.
VO8. LYDIA E. PIKew, OF LYNN, RAs,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cure
revr all those Painfual 00onse au4 WeAkneaaee
me emmea tour beeu en.a populatien.
It will nre entihly the worst forla of Pomnale ea
laints, all ovarian troubles, InfnantIon and Uloera.
tion, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and is partioularly adapted to the
Change of Life.
It will 4isolve and expel tumois from the uterusi*
An early stage of developmont. The tendency to sa.
e.rous humorethorei s chocked veryspeedily by its usa.
It removes faintness, flatulency,'destroysali craving
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stoiiaeb.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, sleeplossnees, DepresAo and ndi.
That feeting of bearing down, catising pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by its us.
It will at aln times and under all circumstances act in
aarmony with the laws that govern the female system.
For the curoof Kidney C~omplaints. of eIther sex this
Compound is unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. P.INKHIAM'a VEGETABLE 00Me
POUND is prepared at 135! an4 tse Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. PrIce 61. Six bcattlos for $5. ,Sent by mail
in the form of p11ls, also In the forra of losenges, on
reeeipt of~price, $1 per box for either. Mrs. P'inkham
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Bend for pamph.
tl. Address as above. Menlton this Jzper.
No family shiould be wibhout LYDIA 3. PINKIHAII
LTVER PILL8. The v cure constipation, biliousneq
and torpIdity of th, Uver. 25 cent per box.
srSold b . all Drugg ts. -Es
Tihe Travelor who easeiy Provicies
Against the contingency of illneszt by tak-ag
wIth him IIOstetter's 8tomnaah ite'rs, haa oc
oasioni to congratulate himself on lisa foroaight,
when he sees others who have neglected to do
B') auffTering from seome one of tuhe maladi. a foy
which it is a reme'dy andi roven, ye. Among
these are fever and agme, bfiousnest, constipa
Lion and rheumatism. dboia tes often atte'ndant
tipon a chanfe of climate or unwonted diet.
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'A'nse anaweri aovertisement was
b erby statn that th yaw the adve
manai sa loannal (nangth pap. e .
n 'I undistanid, air,"' aid
Jimmy F.in to old Dr. Potts, as the lat
ter entered Phil McGovern's saloon the
other night; "I understand, air, that you
said In the prenvce of these gentleinen
that you considered me the drunkenest old
vagahond-4n the; coast." "Well,. sir;
whatof it ' "Can you look me In the
face and repeat it I" said the. slandered
party, steadying himself against the bar,
and drawing himself up to his full height.
"Yes, I could, Jimmy," said the doctor,
solennly. "I could-if it wasn't for your
breath. And Jimmy laid his head on tha
counter and wept.
- Advertiaing elieats..
It has become so common to write the
be;1mung of an elegant, interesting article
and then run it into some advertisement
that we avoid all such cheats and simply
call attention to the merits of. Hop Bitters
in as,plain, honest terms as possislo, to in
duce people to give them one trial, as no
one who knows their value will ever use
A LAWYNII says that a convenient way
of testing the affections of your intended is
to marry another woman. If she don't
-love .You, you wilI find it out ipimediately.
VEGETINE. -'This preparation is scien
tifloally and chemically combined, and so
strongly concentrated iroin roots, herbs and
barks, that it,s good effocts are realized im
mediately after commencing to take It.
A GERMAN lately married says: "I'd
vas yoost so easy as a needle-cood yalk out
mit a camel's eye as to get der behindt
vord mit a vomans."
TnE onlyhope of bald heads-CAnROLINIE,
a deodorized extract of petroleum. Every
objection removed by recent improvement.
It is now faultless. The only cure for
baldness and the most delicate hair dressing
GnAcIn's first experience in eating a
peach-"I've eaten it,1cloth -and all, mam
ma; now what shall I do with the bone "
"DocTon, I have caught a shocking cold
in the head. What would you advise me
to take ?"-"A pocket-handkerchief."
Those subject to costiveness should at
once try "Sellers' Liver Pills." 25c. per
box. Sold by all druggists.
Jstitom says that young boys who marry
old maids "gather in the Spring of life the
golden fruits of Autumn."
Wity is it impossible that there should
be one beat horse on a race courset-Be
cause you will always find a better there.
Children are cured of bed-wetting by
taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
A tonEcit's cave-A burglar's con
"Female complaints" are the result of
impure blood. Use "Lindsey's Blood
To OBTAIN A 1.ossY SKI.-Pour upon
a pint of bran sufficient boiling water to
cover It. Let it stand until cold, andjhen
bathe the face with it, only patting the
skin with a soft towel to dry it.
TunN up the big too as bard as you can
for a cramp In the leg, and rub the skin
where *the cramp is briskly. - This
toe remedy is the best possible for a cramp;
CA Meo drives away mnosquitoes.
Fli-os and Mosquitoes.
15c. box "Rough on Rate" keeps a house
free from flies, bed-bugs, roaches, rats, mide,
is the bane of nearly every American woman
From it usually arises those disorder i that so
surely undermine 'their health and strength.
Every woman owesi it to herslf and to her
family to use that celebrated medicine IEiduey
Wort. it is the sure remedy for constipation.
and for all disorders of theo kidneys and liver.
i'ry it in liquid or dry form. Equally efficient
in either. -Boston Sunday Budget.
hlusSns. Moc~tAN a UEAnr.y. Mutili Ltre
Building, Trent ni und. chestnut, streu s, B 'ye on
hand a superb stock or extra iae quaity Dia
monus, which t~bey oifer at as low prices as
stonies of the lirst, quality. p rioet alike in color
and shape, can bo boi-. iur.
(A Mbedicine, Dot a Drink,)
HOPS, BU'JIIU, MANDRAKEi,
AND TIERPun isT AN4D aT MEDicA L QUALI
T13 01 o A LL OTINEM DrTsu.
All Diseases of th"Btomnach, Dowels, Blood,
Liver. Ktine e at C Urinaryorgans ,Ner
$1000 IN COLk.
Will be paid for a ease they will not cure or
help, or for anythinrln pro cr1 iurious
them9 o~emyo at Hem.irs t
D.Csan absolute and irresistibleecureofor
Druk e of og ium, tobacco and
AlIl above mold by drugriats.
I Ioo Bitter, Mfg. Co., stochester. N. T., A Toronto, ont.
Dr'8sN & CO. arc the sole agents for the
Untited States for the magnificent N'Jovello List of
Oratorios, Operas, Glees, Part-songs,' &c. The
separate Anthems, Choruses, or Olees, cost but 8
cents to 10 cents each, andI are very largely used
for ocasionial singinig. Trhe followIng are excel
lent andi practical Instrnctive works, n'adl are called
"1Primiors," but arc really a great deali more:
1. RIUiDIMENTS OF M USIC. By CummIngs, $ 5.0
2. ART OF PIANO PLAYING. By P'auer. 1.00
8. THEIi ORGAN. Bly Stainer. -- -----1.00
4. SINGING. By 1R andleggr. --- -- --2.00
51. MUSICAL, FORMS. Iy 'auer. - - --1.00
6. HARMONY. By 8ta ner.-- -- ----1.00
7. INSTRUMENTATION. Bly Prout. . - 1.00
8. VIOLIN. ByITours.------ -- -- 1.00
0. MUSICAl TERMS. Dy Stainer. - - - 50
10. COMP'OBITION. Bly Stainer. - - - - 1.00
LICH T. AND- LIFE.
A new Sluday School Song nook, Bly R1. M.
MCINTrOSll. Prico 35 cents. Liberal reductIon
"S Light and Life to all he brings,
Risen with heaiing on his winga
If all, thou hieaven..born Prince oi Peace I
Ihail, thou Son of Rtightegnuness I"
From the attractive title to the last page, out
side and insidle, the whole book is full of Life, anti
full of Light,. fiend stamps for splecinmeni copy.
Sp'eeinmen pages free.
OLIVER'DIT80N k 00., Boston.
5.3E. DiTNsON. & C~O..
1528 Chestrne flreef, Piladelphia.
B AENTS WANTED FOR
The best and eheapest illustrated edition of
the Revised New Testament. Mhillions of pople
are wasiting for it. Do not be deceived - thef
(Cheap John publishers of inferior editions. See
that the copy you buy contains 100 fine eni
gravings on steel and wood. Agents are coin
ing money selling this edibn., 8en4 for oli-cu
N ATINAL P.innqo Cor.,n iaelha Pae.
A* ALL OTHERIRS
No Preparation en earth equals S. JACOBS OIL I a gAVE,
50 slLN and .. Amr Extor.al Remedy. Atrial entai
but tfie oomparatlvely'trlffing oitla*y of 6()0 sxrs and every
ael suffering with paIja can have chieap and posltevo proof of
0" "Wi ICTIONS ELENVXE LANGUAGES.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGISTS AND DEAtES IN MED4i1I.
A. VO5ELER & GO.
B.16naimore, Md., U. S. A.
lecauso It Aet ott tihe LiVIRt, BOWELS
and KIDNEYS at tle saie time.
3ecauso I t cleanses the system of the poison
ous humors that develope in Kidney and Uri
nary Diseosos, Diliousness, Jaundico, Consti.
pation, Piles, or In Rheumatism, Nouralgia,
Norvous Disorders and Pomalo Complainte.
SE WHAT PEOPLE SAY:
Eugene D. Stork, of Junction City. Kans.
a s, Kilnoy-Wort aiuid hint~ after regislar Ph,
Salians had boon trying for four years.
Mirs. John Arnali, of Washington, Ohio, BAYS
her boy wisgve"."%i*0o difour**oin'n
pgysicans and that li was afterwards oure by
U1. M. D. Godwnanjdor In Chardon, Ohio
says lie wos not 'x'et t ivo, i bloati
beyond belief, but l(iinoy-Wort cured lin.
Anna 1 4 Jarrett of South Salem, N. Y., Says
that oven years sufferig tiomt kidney troubles
and other complications was ended by the use of
John B. Lawrence of Jackson. Tenn.. mifered
for years from., liver nmid kidmey troublcs and
After takin "'arrel of oter medicines,"
Kidmmey-Wort mnade him well.
MIfchaqI oto of Montgomery Center, Vt.
suiircd eight years wit kidney dinlcllt; am
was nnable to work. Kidney. Vor made him
"well as ever."
Constipation and Piles.
ttIt Is put up in Dry Vegetabie Form In
tin ns omm pnkage of whic sisakes six quarts
of rmedite. Also int Liquid Form, very con.
eentrated, for those tiat cannot readily pro
lW it acts seith ept ejicienell in either form.
GE IT AT TiIE DItUGGISTS. P'1I1CE. $1.00
W ELLS,, li (~liA 1IDSON & Co., Prop's,
(Will send the dry post-paid.) nI.RJJXTOiI, tT.
Payne's Aut matic En ine.
Dis bo Durbe ad Ecenomal weira
an othe a In buit n Aito wihan Autoat
Information and Prices. B. W. PAYN& SUN8
ah, rquham Separatet
rho Electric Wonder. nranurnarc
SWONDE OFC TUE
- heaithj tone, prev
-the uOL1 r 1
* m~uc sren er
Crveud straight or
* RUBalR i.nc
-- P. O. Box 4048,
Dr-. IMETTAURI'S ITEADACIHEPI
short time both SICK and NERVOUS
the nervous system, cleanse the stoix
regalar, heatg action of the bowels,
A fill size box of these valuable P]
stamps. Eo sae by agdruggist, at
LAARWE CLEAR TYPUl FINE WifiTE P*AW
50,000 Sold I The Anglo-Asuerlea,
IT BELLS TH
1st. Because tr is an ezset reproduction.-wod for i
ientn o es nin i oountrv besides9 wobioaee
gnnei./ed t..~lsoh,lars-.o.WI. T IFFANY, D. P . I
arship ofiheori t prddue a faultlosst or of ilmi
A rian edi io n. lniyp ap rk~oad b
fnd t he Amglo-Amorlcn e htln.--. .* N man,
snoend it.-qhas. F. DeemsD ID- . Y." "It isonari
rce ,a. Ar 00 . I bt history~b
thoba rwg e', on~l reel u
20 000. NTSrWAN' D ,on
500 rond~ sold. Can All larg g t~ qnce. Ot
erove.sto b.'tW.r io theo .1 ,-*
r gon of the Englis dis ntin tim
Wain thrAe large ra lgtman aigh lmra a r
2he Great Heat& t World Re
OFIOIC and RESIDENO:
1018 RAVE Street, PhiladelphIas
5 West - AND
5 West 22d Street, New York.
Dr. Flower ha treated and cured withir tlast
year upwa a of thirteen th usaidp1ti t)icu Ing
al haractor of diseas, a. r lm an o
offce Ol WE!$ of 0lelalimost in the t1=o01o
The Philadelphia Sunda Mercur*,'of Nov. 14,
main i Dr Flower, the worid-renownod magnetist,
1013 lace streot, is performing wonderful cures as
his residence 1t1
Theo Phlapia Record, o0 De. 9), 1800,sas
$Dr. Flower ham demontrsated that his mthoo
treatig diseases, him u:rgor an ''atchies *owe
over at Iother systenim of healing Which have failed,
liam proved that disease has a dangerous enemy In the
Doctor, and the d system of drugs a dangerous
The Piladelphia Tmes efNovembcr 14,1880e
"Dr. Flower's edadin ourea wo ' i
V1 biladeiphia Sunda 01m o ov. 14 NIW,
lal "The Cures efficted by Dr. Flower wthin he
last week are trnly n raculous. Disoase as een
brought to a stand-still by tis wond erful Plan.
The Philadellphia Mercury of Nov. 21, 1880 Bays
" Over two hundred an' fifty pati nts were turned
away last week by Dr. Flower. d
Dr. Girard, of New Ifork, once op od to De
Flowers system, after Inves igating te sae fog1
himself declared through Or e rues "Ithat In tho
work ol' healin g-the work wlsIon I &im Compelled
to believe, Dr. Flowor hisb oo called to and seems
to be more th in man in thi work. lie must be the
wonder of woders. I he seen hint cure the ayog
Inatoptly. an bring them from the hrad s of eat
Dr. Flower can be cuntiniteli Pt either ef the above
Places , either through corrospodemce or by per
Vona, applicaiton. If at ersional Interview is do
sired, arratngcnments shouts he made In advance.
YOU CAN BUY THE BLATCHLEY
Unlhnedpor with Copper Porceln,or Iron
Linings. Each one stenoled with my name au
manufacturer is warranted in material and eon.
struction. For sale by thq beat houses in the
trade. If you do not know where to get this
pump writo to me as below, and I w I send
DaMe of agent nearest you, who will supply you
14 mny lowest prices.
CHAS. G. BLATCHLEY, Xanufaoturer,
808 Market St, Philadelphia, Pa.
A IL161CRO Brall Foad Caros Nervo us Do.
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X UUM0 a 9A Le6arn %.eograpuya ~AnnO
Can. Addirtis AL XIT I A hi tBO.7'azosv us
NZY25 681 fo aWhite Handled T'F DA0
O Knie.~ Kitaturo B'attery o., Pi 4, a.
IRTHF'UL 110B81L13, a splendid Humorous
Papr o trial months for sc. m oiniatur.Baa
ter 0o.. Philad'at. Pa.
SMITH'S PAT. BLIND AND SHUTTER BOWER.
tahnlers can be placed 2 3 4,5 or ol Inches apart
andI bold i-ecu of, t e tim! ipodilon. gouts wantedl
it every Count y. (Ian make big wagos Summer and
Fall. T he bhat and hag, .lsoniest thing our. Bells as
every hoottpi. write for pa: ticulari. Siniplm by
mail ft.r 6 conts p ostatd. Ad-iress tIlT At CO.,
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Send Five Dolrs wit"aem:"nt
Doctor Naxon, Nixonvilie, A ia., anid get rellet.
F"aFtI ()rin U in Ma1Ryland Vr
gini allt W est Virii sae for Sol C', ai
41 Lexingtn Street,
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ra C rth t r itr v curs is
his O VANOAnioer re rordee.t
OI inrequ iy idi emvnth
0lt or o ied o
auder U tog. ad dretor Leteren.
ne EL.ECTRO PAOLOIA POW.,wh
144a isrssn uNE I ot. NHewI York.
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mlihtyoteeds of bile prdin fnseA d
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LLn, wit falrae yt rg foth acrh
hiol a. .to tehe-e inted
r o ietdos v o
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ansio .ro story ofthe. ofs the p.a
word wi e fohie age for pae * h aloi~
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