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lurrox.-b1utton Is better adapted for a
food for persons living in the country tkau F
beef. Most farmers are situated so -Tar I
from a market that they can not obtain I
fresh meat to eat during the summer, when i
the hard labor in the fields demands
an excellent diet. They cannot protit
ably dispose of the flesh of a steer j
slaughtered during hot weather even if
they have an ic 3-house, One-quarter is
as large a quantity as even a large family I
can c'nsuie before danger of spoiling 1
occurs. It is difficult to cure beet in the I
summer so It will be certain to keep, even
If one has a supply of ice. The like Is true
in relation to obtaining a supp'y of fresh i
meat from hogs during thb suimer. It is I
more dillcult to cure pork than beef In the I
summer; and besides pork is not well I
suited tor a general article of diet during
very warm weather. The home supply of
fresh meat in summer, however, can read- I
ily be obtained if a farmer keeps a flock of
sheep. Mutton can be kept much longer in
a fresh state than either beef or pork. Be
sides even the largest varieties of sheep are
so much smaller than ateers or hogs that
their carcasses can be disposed of In a much
shorter time. If a family Is too small to
consume all the meat furnished by a sheep
a part can be salted. The meat is so thin,
as compared with beef or pork, that every
plrtion of it will absorb asulilcient amount
of salt and sugar even when the weather Is
very warm. Many persons know nothing
of the merits of corn beef. It has never
occur9d to soine farmers that mutton could
be cured for future use. 'Ihey corn and
dry beef, salt and smoke pork, but if
necessary eat Imutton, it indeed they eo t
it all, when it is fresh. Now, any part of
a sheep furnishes excellent eating when
it is salted and boiled. In many respects
it is superior to corned beef. It is imore
highly flavored and is better relished when
eaten with potatoes and garden vegetables;
stewed with sweet herbs it is a rare delicacy.
The hiim and shoulders of mutton are ex
cellent when salted and smoked. The
tongues of sheep are superior to those of
cattle and pigs. Altitton is more easily di
gested than most kinds of meat, and in
delicacy ranks next to the flesh of chickens
and small game fowls.
MUD AND SAUcEIs.-Take any common
saucer or plate, into which puf sand to the
depth of an inch or so, then prepare cut
tings In the usual manner in the sand close
enough to touch each other, The sand is
to be watered to brilig it to the condition
of niud. The saucer- with the cuttings is
then placed on the shelf of tihe greenhouse,
in the hot bed, or in the sunny window of
an,1y rom in the aweiling house ; in each
case fully exposed to the sun and never
shaded. But one condition is essential to
success-uutil cuttings become rooted, the
sand inust be kept continually saturated
with water, and aIlways in the condition of
mud. l'o (1o this tie saucer must be
waatered at, least once a day with a very
line watering-pot, and the watering must
be (lone very gently. else the cuttings may
be Washed out. There is every probability
that at least ninety per cent. of all the cut
tings put iml will take root, provided they
were in the proper condition, and the tem
perature has not been lower than sixty-five
degrees nor above one hundred degrees.
The cuttings will root (according to kinds
and the teinperature) in from six to twenty
days. Verbenas, lihutropes, fuchisias, etc.,
root in a week, while roses, carnations, or
azaleas take two, three or four weeis.
When rooted they should be potted in light
soil, in pots froni two to three incies in di
aineter, and treated carefully by standing
and watering for two or three days.
GANnnu Sxxus.-In purchasing seedls for
the garden it should be borne in mind that
a certsin amount is necessary to produce a
maximum crop. One ounce of seeds wvill
produce 1,000 asparagus plants, 3,000 cab
bage, 4,000 celery, 2,000 egg plants, 3,000
Kohl Rtabbi, 3,000 lettuce, 2,000 peppers,
2,000 tomiatoes, 500 rhubarb and 3,000
chicory. One ounce of the seeds naimedi
willl be suhlicient for the number of feet of
(dril followling: carrot, 150 feet; onion,
100 ; p~arsley, 150; parsnip, 200; radish,
100 ; ruta baga, 205; spinach, 200.
Bixis. -There is no agent that wvill pro
tect the vines from the ravages of the
strip~ed bug and squash buig so effectually
as Paris green when alpplied to the vmnes as
it is to potatoes for (destroying the beetle.
It, is also eficient in deistroying the rose
An unexplainedi ofbfin't h eeti
ligt aiss fom alleged evil effects on
- .N . European observers state that
the frequent variations im intensity to which
the light is subject give rise to sudden
and [requent changes in the pupil, and,1
consequently, in the "acconmmodlationi" of
the eye, by which Is meant that alternate
contriictioin and dhilation of the pupil, by
wyhich it sulits itself to the variations of
light. Such a light, therefore, causes not
only muscular fatigue, but also a consider
able degic of blurring andI indistinctness
in the retinal image. The eye suffers I
both whlen the light is too diii and when
It is too bright. In the former ciise the 0o)
ject must ho brought close to be clearly
seen, and increasedl accomimodlative effort
is called for, which in most cases re
stilts in ntear-sighledniess. In the latterI
case, the simple intensity of the light pro
ducees unduhte contraction of the pupil, and
an increase of tension withmn the eye.
An Animecn hais invented a berth,
which isalrediy adopted by3 several steam
ship lines, that, Is hung like a compass on
diouble piVOts, so asR to coinforia itself to the
motion or the vessel. .It occupies only an
mcli more roomi thaii the ordiinary berth,
but is so arranged that those who withi to be
"rocked ini the cradlle of the dieep)"can enjoy
that pleasure by3 inserting a phlig int the
mechanism. As the majority o~f people1 are
sick only when they stand up, thle man
who is to reiilly dimimish the discomforia
of ocean travel must invent a way of
double-jointing the vessel itset. The easiest
way wvould be to make a vessel that would
float oii the cres1. of the waves without
getting a broken bac1k.
I paper lately re ut nefore an English
society smates that. British heads aire grow
ing smaller, the dimensions having shrunk
on an average one-seveinth of an Inch dlur
lng the (Ituarter of a century.
Prof. IIu.ry dhelarcs the supply of
herring in ithe sea 1o be0 p~ractically inex
haustible, and nothing which man can (10
mn tihe ordlinary wiiy of des5tiictlin will
oever iappireciably dimnimsh the stock..
M!. Raou/n /Pic/ct, of Geneva, whose dis
coveries in time licintifaioni of gases have
given himi a world-wide rep~utationm, an -
nouirces the dihcovery of a process of dis
tmhniig alcohol by ice. Ile states thait the
metih Is a very cheap one.
Mr,. W.~ Ground maintains that the
philosophy of hlerbert Spentcer is hiopeless.
ly illogical, andi that the analysis of it Is in
d:,ect contradiction of the syiithesis.
M!. Junacm ann proposes to manuifactu re
an itmprovred soap by dissolving 28 parts of
sodha- ash it 100 paints of nmolasses andi then
A.HINT To UoUsErEEpEns.-1 belIve in
ystematie housekeeping when not carried
o excess. It :s very foolish to do work
when you are not able, because it - is ' the
egular day for It. When a person is not
well, it is best to do as you can, not as you
vould like. I am never . very well, but
itill manage to get through with all my
Nork. When I do not feel able t0 do all
ny washing in one day, let me tell you
low I manage. I commence In the aftjr.
loon. (I know plenty of people will
augh, but never mind.) I clean all up in
the morning, as carefully as though I were
toing to sewing iuitiad of washing. Then,
titer dinner Is all cleared rway, I wash all
,he white clotties and have them ready -to
iang up in the morning. Then I have
he night to rest in. L-t some poor tired
Noaan try it, and see if it is not better
,han doing all in one day, and be then sick
,wo or three days aftsrward.
AliNOnD Fow..-Cold roast fowl, a hard
)oiled egg, salt and pepper (or cayenne) to
'aste, three tablespoonfuls of new milk or
cream, half an ounce of butter, one table
ipoonful of flour, a tablespoontul of lemon
ulce. Mince the fowl and remove 'all
ikin and bones; put the bones, skin and
rlmmings into a stewpan. with one small
)nion, if agreeable to patient, and nearly
)ne-half pint of water; let this stew for
in hour, then strain liquor; chop the egg
;mall ; in x the egg with the fowl, add
ialt and pepper; put in the gravy and
)ther ingredients; let the whole just boil,
Ind serve with sippets of toastod bread.
Pit iuis are aware of the curious fact
,hat sone of our sweetest and most deli
e tely scented flowers are of no value for
pertumery. For exanple, no process has
yet been discovered by which thu fragrance
D f sweet-brier and eglantine can be extract
ud and preserved, but a good imitation is
produced by a compound of neroli oil,with
alcoholic extracts of rose pomade and o
orange flowers. Lily of the valley, which
Is likewise unavaliable to the perfumer, is
welt imitated by a combination of vanilla.
extract of tuberose, jasmine and otto of al
monds. Lilies are little used in perfumery,
their odors being too powerful.
UNDi~xino circumstances should matches
be allowed to "lie around loose" on man
tlepiece or shelf. What are known as
parlor matches light readily, and are as
much more danmerous than the common
matches as they are more convenient. The
general stock should be kept in a tia box,
which Is not to ba opened or taken from
except by the master or mistress of the
house. For each room where matches are
used there should be a metal match sae of
some kind, and the matches are to be kept
in that and nowhere else.
G 0UArAIo oi PixEAP.ri.X Siiuin..-This is
a SoUth Ainer.can recipe. To four quarts
of wiater add two good cups of sugar and a
large pineapple chopped line, with all the
juice that runs from it. Place the mixture
in a narrow necek water-jar or junk-bottle.
Let it tand where the the heat is steady till
it begins to forient. In very warm
weather it will need to stand about two
days. When ready, pla c it on the ice till
very cold and serve. It is delicious half
flozen, but a little more sugar and pine
apple should be added at first.
PUTTING AWAY WINTEn Ci.ornxs.--Great
care must be exercised in putting away
winter clothes ;clean paper sacks, or even
old cotton or linen pillo0w cases will do to
hold them, providing there are no h:>les in
them. Take the garments that are to be
laid awvay outdIoors on a summer day, let
them hang on a line for severei hours, brushi
andi beat the dust all out, then put inito the
bags, tie them up, so that no moth can get
in, and lay them on clean, dry shelves, or
hang them up.
A szii'.a insecticide can be made as fol
lows: Place a quantity of water sufi
cient for use in a kettle to boill; put in all
the alum it wvill dissolve ; when boiling
hot, with a brush apply the solution to all
cracks, closets, bedsteads and other places
wLcere insects are tourd. Anis, bed-bugr,
cockroaches and creeping things are killett
by it, while there is no dant'r. 6f pis
mgth fmiyg39' the propeity.
iF the housewife is not watchitul,clothes.
>ins and lines will be left out over night to
)e ruinedi by rust and mildew. The pins
ihould be countedt and the lines wiped be
ore being put away for the week. If not,
lark spots and dlingy stripes will be found
m the clothedr. Every housekeeper should
>rovidle the lauindress with a pair of mit
ens for hangimg out clothes, to be used for
lo other purpo.se.
Poex 1Fuirrr CA Kri.-Take 2 cups of su
~ar, 4 eggr, i pioundi of p~ork, chopped tine,
i cups of miolasses. 2 teasp~oonfuils cream
artar, I of soda, I12. teasp)oonfuls of nut
ineg. I tabilespooniul of cinnamon and
loves, I c ups of raisins, A pound of cit
on, I poundl of currants, and 3 cuaps of
lour. It makes ai deep loaf. Bake very
lowly for a few hours. hual the rule as
ood for a smialler loat.
(cKx~z C~us c.-Onec cup boiling wvater,
cupI butter mielted in the water, 1 cup
hcaiiniug) hlour stirred into the wvater.
NVhen all 1he flour is in, take it off the
tove and1( scatter over it agoodl-sizedl pinch
>f soda, break andi stir ini, one at a time, 31
~ggs ; be sure and beat it, hard ; drop inito
ICR (CuxAM CAKuE.-Tlake the whites of
eggs, 1I cups of sugar, 1 i cups of buita( r,
I cup nilk, i tenspoonlul soda, 1 tea
poonful creama tartar, 3 cups ilour. Sep
irate this ndixture and~ color half with
~trawberry coloring. Flavor wi'hi vanilla,
he white with lemoni. I'ut in the whuite
lien pink. Bake slowly.
F.ouwi'.i i:iI -rul DINNxxn-T1'tu.Is.--A
retty way to arrange such Ilowers as5 Ihe
munilower, large oxeye dailsy, hoollyhock, or
any of the old fashioned large common
blomoms, Is in a basin of bome beauty In
itself, not, as a bouqluet, but, tioating on the
water, as it were, su uimded by ap~propri
OMirLr. --Takc 5~ eggs, beat the yolks
and whites separately, I teaspoonful flour,
mix smioothily with a cup of milk and a lit
tle salt. Pour into a buttered spider;
whien p~arthy done, double It lhke a turn
T'na A i.na or white earth, is used to
adulterate white sugars, cream of tartar,
and other commonly used articles. Its mie
tends to produce dlisealse of the kidneys,
bladder -andi stomuich.
A ui. stimulants, even tea and coffee, act,
upon the syslemi as poison, and1( are conse
rinent ly in'juz ious.
F~oi children, a nearly inifallible peptic
2orrective is a fast day pa red in cheerful
mnt-donr ncm ianS. J
WI have freqeuntly wondei-ed why a lady
living in a suburban city or village, and
whose husband goes to and fro on the
trains, should get sick some day and say
pathetically that tWe only thing that can
cure her is the knowledge that tier husband
has brought from New York for the clil
dren a hobby horse and two or three littlo
red wagons. The problem has at last been
solved. Robins walked into the house
proudly with the hobby horse and the lit
tle red wagons, placed them on the floor,
and was pleased when the children laugh
ed, and his wife's eyes sparkled, while her
cheek grew ruddy with health. She drew
his head down to her car, aid whispered,
with delight, "flfarling, you have been
flirting on the trains a long while. Now
that girls have seen you with the hobby
horse and wagons they know that you are
a married man I" But her triumph was
not complete. He replied, "Dear, I got
old Mr. Smith to buy them up for me, and
have promised to buy a ticket for his straw
tileading, (Pa.) Times anti Dispateh.)
Art and 011.
The Norfolk 1irginian of January 16,
1881, refers t.o the remarkable cure effected
by St. Jacob's Oil in the case of Prof. Croni
well,-known the country over for his
magnificent Art Illustrations- who had
suffered excruciating torments from rheu
inatism, until lie tried the Oil whoes effects
he says were magical.
A WIeKnJ) m1aii's diary of his wife's
tenper; Monday-A thick fog; no seeing
through it.. Tucaday -Gloomy and very
chilly; unseasonable weather. Wednes
day-Frosty ; at tim'es sharp. Thursday
Bitter cold in the morning; red sunset,
with flying clouds, portending hard
weather. Friday-Storm in the morning,
with peals of thunder ; air clear afterward.
Saturday- -Gleams of sunshine, with part
ial thaw ; frost agtin at night. Sunday
A light southwester in the morning ; c thn
and pleasant at dinner-time ; hurricane
and earthquake at night.
&MALL nii-"B-'- -'-d--be d.
Nurse-'-Now of course you know what
bread is made from, and what it is for ?"
Small Child-"It's made fron flour and
yeast, and everybody knows what it's for."
Smaller Child-"Yes, I should tink so;
it's to put jam and 'lasses and butter on;
that's what it's for.
TuE small boy roon growe tired of a new
drum. There is nothing in it.
[Rural New Yorker.}
The best people will vote for tle best
man every time. And we judge by the
numbe: of St. Jacob's Oil constituency,
that. it Is the best remedy for the rheuma
tism known. Prof. Tice, of St. Louis,
among others, says so.
"Wn are all waifs," he said. bending to
ward her in the moonlight and holding on
to the lace window curtains like a man
giddy with emotions ; "waifs cast up on
the rugged shores of existence." "But,"
she replied, edging off a little, "you're too
thin for a waif, Charlie ; you're a wafer,
and I like a healthy-looking man." He
chewed up two yards of the curtain in si
lence and then went away without saying
A 'riAri woke ip suddenly with cold
sweats standing in great heaps upon bis
forchead. "What's the matter ?''-asked
his companion. "A frightful dream I I
dreamt I was at work I" "I told you that
last, uiince pie would give you a horrid
Womno ne(ver~ iThink I
If the crabbed old batchelor who uttered
this sentimient could but witness the intense
thought, deep study and thorough investi
gation of women in determining the best
mfediilnes t~o keep their families well, and
would note their sagacity andl wisdonm mi
selectmg Hop1 Bitters as the beat and deC
mnonstrating it by keeping their families in
perpetual health. at a mere nominal cx
pense, lie would be forced to acknowledge
that such sentiments arc baseless aj~tIg;
"TrH A t s.J?91il'y tjhe olest picce of
fun in England," said a collector of
antique curiosities to a friend pointims. to a
venerable-looking tabile as lie spokc. 'flow
o'.d is it ?" asked the friend. "N4early 400
years." "Pahaw, that is nothing. 1 have
an Arabic table over 2.000 years old."
"'Indeed I" "'Yes ; the niiltipheaution
Fr ua'r wxv.at.-"''Does it ser iomtly miake
no dihife-rence to you wvhethier or niot y'ou
are thirteen at a table ?"
Second swell-" Why. yes, all the differ
ence in the worldl, espiecially If there is
only enoiughi on the table foi- twelve."
"'Tn.av muilk is pretty blue, landlord.''
"D)on't, uinderstandl it, sir ; mny cow is wvell
fed, I milk her myself, and I. don't puit wa
ter in the milk." "Well, the weather lias
been quite wet andic I reckon the cow ni~eeds
shingling ; thuats about it.'
Aua you bald? C~unnom.r~a, a deodorized
extract of petroleum, the only cure for bald
ness, has been imiproved, so that it is now
the most dehlitfull dressing in the workd.
Th'le only real natur-al hair restoreur ever
('r.amoYMAN :No, muy dear, it is impos
sible to preachi any kind of a setmon to
such a congregation o)f jacks." Simai t
young lady. ''And is that why you call
them ''dearly bclo'ved brethren?''
Doi you ever see a bald-headed mnan
who didn't have sucli a beautiful head or
hair'' till "'that fever," or something or
other, toot( it, off ?"
Oss of the inexplicable phenomena of
nature is the effect. the emptying of a pan
of ashes tins inm suddenly reversing the di
rectio't o'f the windi.
Arn Old Doc~tor's Advicoe.
It was thie: "Trust in (God and kcop y' ur
bowels eto." For this purpose many an old1
doctor hias advised the habitually costivo to
take Kidney--Wort-for nio other remedy so
effectually overcomes thtis condition, andl that
without tho dh-tross and griing wichi other
medioiners cause. It is a radlical ouro for piles.
Doin't fall to neo it,-Translate I from the NEWv
Finwtr fresh'man. "Say, Bob, I thought
they wanted a full attendance at that meet
Ing last night ?" Second freshman. "S~o
they dlid." First freshman. "Well, I
tried to accommodate them and got put
"'I w ian I was a puddting, mamma."
''Why ?'" '"'ause I could have lots of
sugar put into ime."
INJuiAxt neover dIrinik to drowni sorrowv.
When they can get, anything to drink the*.
have no sorrow to drown.
Tuix first sign of spring is the shriek of
tihe housewife: "W'ipe th to udnt ol your
boots before you come in here."
Bumas are melancholy in the mnorning-'
JUST WHAT I NEEDED.
Mir. STEVMS: BALTIMORE, Md., AIaY 4, 1819.
DeAr Sir: I have, In IlAn spring of the year, a bi
faint, sinklin looling in the stonach, and tits cl
w:iring have boon so weak that I lolt, the need
(of something. A friend wlio lad used VEIC
TINE advised me to tiako solne. I did so. and it f0
proved to be just, what I needed. It builds t he at
whole systein up. and uakes one feel like a now
Yours respec'full v, CL
Mrs. ELIZA13ICTIJ PORTER, pr
120 Chestnut St. bt
Rheumatism, Indigestion. is
IIALT3IMOn, Md., April 29, 1879.
Dear Sir: I have boon suffering from lheu
inatism and Indigestion for over two years, and ui
81ne I have coinenced tnking your VEGE
TINlC I have reoelved grat, oeneilt. I have
taken Uut two bottiles, anad I think wit It tile aid
of at few oire I will be rt-sto ed to iny healcth
again. I vat recommend thio VEE'TINi for
Niat It. has done for mo. ti
31ri. 1.,I. LEA01s, D
lit, li igh St. Il
Losm 'of Appeite. ILatssstude b3
d11141 Gieneral Debility, ci
BOSTON, AIASS., May 11, IS79. L
Mr. JOitI'ai it. (Onsx:
Ilear a-ir: Your ordhial recolninlendation of
VEuICTINEii as a -piang Al dictine and 13irod W
Pur-Iler induced file to give It a thorough trial. 4
and I candidty adhialt, that. in my ex perience IL
is aill tlhat ou have clantieI for It.. My daughter
has always boeon aillicted wit It Scroftila Ilutnior
in a very over rorin. and particul Mr1y in spring
wits haily tiroublo i wat1 Loss of Api-tit.e. Lais- III
sitlude and Geieral IldAlIlty. Th 'E'ETIN I
had lte dteireu llffet, ant wo are never willa
out, it. lI access was no a ppart, In this caise p
t~hat, nanny oi any friend anti rlatives hiave also
triled it., with general satisfact. in. Any furtllior
Informal.lon will he cheeriiuly given by
(180. It. WILLiAMS, tiA
Illealth Delpartinent, (ty lall.
Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists, 21
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKRAM, OF LYNN, MASS. i
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S I
VEGETABLE COMPOUND. a
Is a Positive Care
for all those Painflul Complainte and Weaknessee
m0 ooanon to our beat female sepulation.
It will care entirely the worst form of Female Cona c:
plaints, all ovariaa troubles, Inflannation and Ulcera. a
tion, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent R
Spinal Weakness, and in particularly adapted to the V
Change of Lfe. V
It will disanlve and expel tumors from thes uteruptA P
an early stage of dovelopment. The tendency to eva- 1
coreus humors there Is chocked veryspeedily by its use, ta
It removes falntness, flatuloney, destroys al oraxing o
forastimulant., and ruhioves weaknrsa of the stomach. jy
It curee Bloating, EUcadaches, Nervous ProstratIon, y
Geno,ruai DebilIty, Bieeplos.,ness, Depression and Indi- j
That teeling of hearing down, causng paln, weight e
end backa.-ho, is always lNiimanaently cured by its use,
It will at aln times and unxder all circumstances act Ian
.aarmonny wIth the laws thant govern the female system.
For the curo of KhIney Complaint. of either sex thisc
Conmpound Is uansurpassed.
LYDIA E. PINKHIAM*8 VEOETAllLE COMe
f'0UND as prepared at 233 and 115 Wostorn A'euue,
Lyno, Masis. Price 41. SIx botles r 85. Senut by mail
an the form of pills, also In thoean of lozenges, on a
reellt of price, $1 per box for either. Mrs. Plnkliama
freelyanswoea all letters of inquiry. Send for pamph.
tl. Address as s fbove Meent Pah..
.ofan u'ld be~i without LYDIIA E. PINKIIAVI 39
iJVai PILIB. The. r cure constipation, blkousneqt Wi
and torpidity of lb Uiver. 25 cent, per box.
gs- Siold b ' sll Drsuggeat. -Ua -
ie Travteliea' itimaw~ nany P'rovwiden
Againsa, Laheunta ragency of illnaa's by tiak oe (
Wthi him ilst~.eaf.r' dioranayli litia r.4i, haanoc
Casionti 10 aconagr'al nalat aiinsolf on lain foresight,
when ho seesn or hers i 3 iwit haa ngleet'ea L tie
S , sulfu~irin 1 roi some1 SOli (oa of tiac analadli s for --
whical It is a raeaiiiV 1y an, poveni'.vo. A mong
these' are faever aaai ate, blillonncns, conhstlpa
toan lanll rhaeuaanuttaaam. ti -asesi' ofictn a teandant,
lipon a change'a of a1llmlait or' tinlwonted( alet.
For sale bay aill drti'ggis tn analtiilers genetrally.
I Tih l'uraesi asnma lienta. a elicine over 3iado.
Aeo. mbidntion of Hops, Buchu, Man''
d rak e amd Dandelion, wth all tn'bestnnat
mosit a uarn tivo, properaties of all othaer Bitters,
nosk s then greatest Blood Purifier, Liver
R c;; u i a tor, anda Lifo and I~lth itetoring
Ausn6aas lon eathe o
N ai dion c an possibly oetwher lo
I I: eirs areot nale,sao vaied anid pecrfect are their
ragy givo now I to and vigorto theaged anl inaml
Toenall whose e mp1loymaenat.acuO ireglairi
ty ofilthobwelsOr urinary organs, or whao re
riiro an Appetizer Toio aiiklimulniaant' thi
IlopItters areoluval unablo, with Out intox" Lh
Nomnatier whatyour fo clIngs or symptoms lal
nire what thae diicuse or ai\ l"lont Is uest, 10op lilt'
lers. D~on't waituantilyona 10 slok hait If yoaa
onaly feel bail or umiseraiblo, also them at onaeo.
it smay sai' your life.It, has a a v eil hundired.
*S00 illibe pauifor aoa 5o they will not -
cure or help. D~o not suitor Od etyour frienads
suffer,butauseandiurgo thaem ltio so Op B
itemnembtier, flop flitters is no vilO, drugged
drunakien nostruam, bmt the Purest I nl dI Ieit
Mledlicine over adio; thae "INTALIDs FilRND
tandi IOPE" and nio person or family
aouldl bo withouat tihem.
is ashto anal irreasi ihlo euiro
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for Circualar. hoep )Jliers Nlfg. de,
1toehiesterN.Y nanl.Toronto. (nt.
F4OR INFOlltMAT'ION UPON MlNliiAL 'TIM
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'41 l.exington siree
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Farming for Profit ~
New. Acrato, Compireoeiive. A Oem leto Farm
[.ihrasry In itselfA sure guide to success ad faring g
T EL LS H O (aj o'oaitia ll aam . il
Make Moneyo Mn;jt"
Sae an tImes I cost ove Sense. ntem asges.
1 M luaatQ s SeDY fo .,rntr snilderhitPae
"Sin," said a lady to a would-be wag,
rour jokes always put me in mind ot a
here." "Of a sphere inadhm I Why so,
ay I" Because they never have any
"I don't wal that Stuff."
Is what a lady of Boston said to her hus.
aid when he brought homne some inedi
rie to cure her of sick headache and nou
Igla which had made her miserable for
urteen years. At the first attack there.
ter, it, was administered to her with such
od results, that she continued its use until
red, and was made so enthusiastic in its
also, that she induced twenty.two of the
at families in her circle to adopt it as
Dir regular family medicine. That "stuff"
A noy who had read of sailors having
anclor wanted to know if It was sea
,kness made 'ent to it.
NKnvoxSNlass, and all derangements of
e nervous system, are usually oninected
ith a diseased condition of the blood.
ebility is a frequent*accoinpanimient. The
at thing to be done is to inprove the con
tion of the blood. This is accomplished
r taking VEoETINa. It is a nerve-inedi
ne,and possesses a controlling power over
e nervous system.
A 811NIAY schlool bo.y, on being asked
lint made the tower ( f Pisa lean, replied
Blecatuse of the famine in the land."
TiuoisANIn of ladles cherish grateful re
enmbrances of the help derived froin the
ic of Lydia E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Com
W iy toes a lawyer never sleep I Be
iupe lie lies on both sides. What, <oes he
when lie is dead 1 110 lies still.
Sl1< headaches incessaitly distract
any. Let sich use "Sellers' Liver Pills."
ie. a box.
NviitA. Selection when the sinall boy
Ikes the biggest piece of cake.
Eviauy one will find a general tonic in
LAindsey's iiprovel Blood( Searcier." All
ruggists sell it.
A ouon fellow-A. policeinat's club.
Don't Die in the lonse.
Ask Druggists for '' Rough on Rate." It
ears out rate, mico, roaches, flio, bed-bugs.
1xasInS. MOiIOAN & KAiVI)nY. AlutUl Life
ulidiaig, Tenag und chestuut, ,Lreo.e, 1 ty on
and a superb btock o. exLra fine quatliy Dia
lont.s, which Lucy ofTer af, Lai low pric- as
Lones Of the 11rL quality, y,.ricot, alKe in color
ud shape, can be bol i fur.
The Reason Why.
The tonic i fecot of Kidney-Wort is produced
y its oloansing and purifying action on the
lood. Whore there is a I ravelly deposit in
2o urine, or milky, ropv urino from disorder
d kidneys, it ourt n without fail. Constipation
nid piles readily yield to its cathartic and
raling power. Put up in (try vegetable f orn
r lIquid (vory concentrated), either act prompt
ad sure.-Tnoy Dufaiar.
An inrallible Remedy.
No longer like Job nood the afflicted millions
y out: "Oh, that my grief were weighed
id my calamity laid in the balance! Ye are
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)rtain cure for Piles, the most exatsporating,
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isboo. Half a million of sufferers with piles
stify to the virtues of Anakesis. Physiciane
! all sohools encudorso it ad prescribo it;
)0,000 perasoie havo used it in all saagee anad
Srioties of piles, and none without benefnt.
has been pronounced the 'happicet nmedi
tl discovery of the age," and Dr. iSihsbeo, an
perienced and scientific M. 1). of -h0 yeare'
ractice, "a beniefactor to lia race." No reim
ly ie simp~le and yet so infallible as Aniakesis
r Piles has been discovered. It is a happy
>mbinaationi of thae soothing poultice of the
nglish. the istrumeont of the French, and the
arativo medicaition of the Amoricani surgeons.
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uoiating pain, holds upi the painful tumors,
id ultiamately cures the worst cases of Piles.
inmples of ' 'ANAxxsIS" are sent ,gee tgwi
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Directions in Eleven Languages.
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THE GREAT CURE
As it in for all disease, of the KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND BOWELS.
It cleanses the system of the acrid poison
that causes tho dreadful suffering which
only the victims of Rheumatism can realise.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of the worst forms of this torriblo disease
have been quickly rolioved, inl a short time
hashlad wouderful success, and nn immense
nato in every partof tho Country. In hun
dred of oases it tas cured where all else had
failed. It is mild, but ofmolont, C'EiTAIN
IN ITS ACTION, but lnrmnleus in all iases.
t-IT . lennses, Strongthlensa itl gclvex Now
LIfe toall the iaaortantorgansof the body.
Tho natural action of iho Kidneyo is restored.
Tho Liver Is cleansed or all disease, and the
Bowels move freely and healthfully. In this
way the worst diseases aro eradicated fronm
Au it has beon proved by thounands that
in the most cirtotual remedy for cleansing the
system of al morbid secretions. It should be
used in every household as a
Alviya cures .UILYOURNESS, LONSTIPA
TION, P11- 3 and all FEMALE Diseases.
Is pat up in .)ry Vegetable Form, in tin cans,
one pnahai < f whit-t mtatkes cliatrts medicine.
Alo in l.Iunild Forem, very Cooncentratedfor
gqpar.' it. It ais~t titih equ~a1 lcncU int eitherformu.
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WE (IAN UIIP ROMPTrrY ABC
HEALTH IS WEALTH
HEALTH of BODY is WEALTH of MIND.
SAISAAIILLIfN I N .
Pure blood makes sound flesh, strong bone
and a clear skin. If you would have your flesh
firm. your bones Souni without caries, and your
coiplexion fait1r, use iattdway's Misrmaparil.
A i enedy comiposed of ingredients of extra.
ordinary Ined cat lropoi ties essential to purify.
heal, repair and invigoi ate the broken-down and
wasted bol-QUICK, PLEASANT, SAFE and
PERMANENT in its tert mont, and cure.
No inatter by what niine the coinlalit may
be designated. whether it be Hero ula, co
sumiptioul, Byphills, 11ce,0 'Mores, Tumors8,Boils8
hrysipelas, or Salt,-aheumn, diseases of the
Lungs. Kidneys. Bluddelr, Womb, 8sin, Liver
Stomach or Bowels, either chronte or coni ltu
tional, the virtus of teh disease is in the BILOUI;
which luppies the waste, and builds and i e
palrs these organs and wasted tissues or the
hystemn. If the blood is unliealthy, the process
of repair must. be unsound.
Time MarvaparlIlian Resol vomit not. only
i8 a compensahing remedy, but, secures the har
moaliious action of each of the orgatis. It, estab.
lishes throughout the entine a stem funK ionai
harmony, aid hupplies the b ood-vo sels with a
pure and heaLthy current of new life. 'Te skin,
after a few days use of the Sarrst.parllian, b'
comes clear and beautiful. Pimples, ialotehes,
Black Spots and Skin Eruipt'ons are removed;
Sores ani Uluens suon cured. Peisolsabuffering
from Scrofula, Eruptive Diseases of the Eyes
Mouth, Ears, Legs, Throat and Glands. that
have accuaulated and spread, either from un
cured (ilseases or mercury, or frorm I he use of
Corrosive Sublimate. may rely upon a cure if
the Saroaparllian is coninlued a suflicient, tU11e
to make Its impression on the tystem.
One bottle contains moi e of the active princi
ples of medile than any other pieparatlon.
Taken In Teaspoonful Doses, while others ro
uire live or ib times as much. One Diollar
Only requires minut not bousr to re
lieve pain and cure acute disease.
in from one to twenty minutes, n3ver falls to
relieve PAIN with one thorough applicatlon;
no matter how violent or excruiatimg ihe pain
the Rhoumatic, Bed-ridden, Infirm. Cippled.
Nervous, Neuralgic or prostrat ed wit h disease
mansuiler, RADWAY's READY IELIEF will
afford instant ease.
Eoinanmatlon of the Hldine.va, Trntlaniian
flon of lite Bladder. Insit atnas@.alost os time.
IBowels, CoIgestoni ef lte Litmgnm. kom-e
Throat, Difleurt Bsreathning. i'nlpitat ioa,
of the Aiart, saystes-sen. Cronem, Di tim
thmerAi, Catarrh, influesemn. 1een dmsme me
Toothnehe, Neutrialsan. etenantirine'
Cold C1aiilm. Agne Ctilas, Caillsbinia , nd
Front iltes, strtuilme, Mumamne- Conk-.
ninte n S ee p e san e
*ugrlas. Cold, fMs,riin. Pahuas inu tme
tai. Renak or Llanibm are Instauntly re.
Fever and Ague.
FEVIER and AGUE cured for 50 cents. There
is not a remnedial agent in this world that wift
cure Fever and Ague, and o her Malailou, Bill
ou-i, boarlet. Tynriold. Yellow and other fevers
(aided by Itadway's Pills) so quickly as ItAn.
WAY' RIsADY itsriEp.
It, wIll in a few moments, when taken accord
ing to directions, cure Cramps, Spasms, Sour
Stomnach. Ileartourn Sick Ileadache, Diarrha
Dysentery, Colic, % Ind in the Bowels, ana all
Travelers should always carry a bottle of Had
way'a Beady liellef wmtti them. A few drops iii
wa er will prevent sickness or pains iron
change of water. it is better than French
brandy or bitters as a stimulant.
Miners and Lumbermen should always be
provided wihit lt.
All remedial agents cap able of destroying life
by an overdose s houlid be avoided. Morphine.
ivery small doses, relieve t~he patient duringf
the ir action In rue na ato. rmo, ye ,
second dose, If repeated, may aggravate an~d in
crease the suffering, and another dose cause,
(loath. There is no necessity for uising these
une-rtain agents wht-n a positive remedy like
lRadway's Iti-ad y Relet will stop Ihe most ex
cruciatigpain qluicker. iithout, entailing the
les inuty In either infant or adult.
lTH UAUJ.am/ -
flADwAY's RF.ADY IlRLTH is the only meincdiatl
agent in vogue that will instantly stop pain.
Fifty Cenuts Per Bottle.
P'erfect Pu rgatlves, Soothinug A pert
ents, Act WithoutC Pain, Alwvays
Reliable, and Nattural In their
VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOlR CA LOMlELI
Perfec-tly tastelessq, elegantly . coated wit~h
wetupurge, regulatre, purify, cleanse amnd
RAilwAY's Parts, for thoe uro of all Disorders
of i~he Srormachr Llvr,- Bowvols, Kidneys, Bladder.
Nervous Ilseases. IIreadacheo. Cousin p tion. CO
thvcness, Innd gestiomi, hyspepala, lilllousne-ms,
Fever, ilnlamlon or the Bowels Ples, arid all
dicramigemnrints Of the interial Yiscera. War -
rrnted to e I(eet. a perlect, cure. Pumrrey vege
table, contiinning rno mercury, minerals cir de
2IVMObson ye the following sy mptoms result inig
fromi Diseases of tire Digestive Organs: Consti
pation, Inward Pilles, Fuillness or the Bio d ini
lim hiel, Acidity of the Stomnach, Nausea,
lleart urn, I -gust, of Food, Fuiliness or WeightI
ini tire atomachei, Sour Ertltnsrr, Sinking or
Flutrt~ring at time Ilearf, Choking or Suffering
Senisatioms whiemn in a lying postiur, Dimneriss of
Vision, D~ors or W~ebs lie fore the Sight,, Fever
and( Durli P'airn in thle llead, Deliciency of Paor
spiratiorn,Yellowrness of the Skin anud eyos,
l ain in the Side. Cho t, Limbs, and Sudden
Flushes of hleat, Biurning in the Fesha.
A few dosoes of IlAD~WAY'slPir.nLs will free lihe
system from all the above-named Disordders.
Price, 20Cenuts Per' Box.
WVe repeat, that the reader must consult ouir
books and papers oin the suabjort, of (list asos and
theIr cure, imonig which mary be named:
"False arid True,"
"Enmdway on Irretable Urettara,*,
"11ad(wnty filn Scrofuma,"
and othiers relating to different, classos or Dis
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