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The other day old Uncle Jesse Winglop,
a time-honored preacher, who has preached
among the hills for forty years, and who,
in his younger days, was known as the
" wheel-horse exhorter," camte to Littie
Rtock and called at the Gazettc oficer
"My son George," said. Unc'ieo Jesse to
the politicalman, "has just graduated from
the old tied Bluff Academy, and after
sauntering around among the professions,
peiping into lawyers' offices, and poking
around doctor shops, and not being satis.
ied, he has concluded to learn the editing
busmness. I know how much fun has been
made of men who want to be an editor,
but, of course, 1 understand all that. At
first I'd like for Gecrge to take h. Id of the
religious department, for you know that I
can help him some. I've got four or fIve
old sermons that I'd like to run in--old
sermons preached long before men thought
of getting out New Testaments. .Now
don't ridicule the idea."
"ULcle Jesse," replied the political
man, with something like a sigh, "we'll
hold a cabinet meeting' some time during
the present week, when your son's case
will be considered. It Is encouraging to
see that church members are seeking jour
nalism, and I have no doubt but that George
will be of advantage to us. But I must go
to dinner now. Just sit down here among
the exchanges and amuse yourself until I
The editor went down, and the old man
took out his spectacles and began handling
papers with a newly awakened idea of im- I
portance. The edito: had not been gone
but a few moments wheu a burly-looking
man entered the editorial room, and, see
ing the minister surrounded by a ruffled
landscape of badly handled papers, ex
" Ail I ask of you, sir, is to let me shaku
tihe Little Rock dust from my feet. Do
you hear, you spectacled fragment of
mortgaged menagerie ?"
%' What do you mean ?" exclaimed the
old man in surprise,
"Just let te shake this (lust off, you
gaping whippoorwill of flat footed ignor
ance. Slander a man as you (lid ne this t
morning, and then say you don't know
what he means 1"
"I never said a word about you in my
"Let me shake off this dust, and then
you can slash and slather my memory.
Nice old stretcher of the truth I"
'"Do you mean that 1.have lied, sir ?"
The old man hopped across the room and
grappled the insulter. Tie ight wasearn
et and terrible, and when the editor came
back the top of the old man's head was
aimeltred with ink, and the insulter was ly
ing in the hall.
'' ort of a monkey and parrot time, as
the fellow says," remarked the old man.
''I say, I believe George will change
his mind. You needn't call that cabinet
meeting. Talk about a religious depart- I
inent-you ought to have a sackful of horse
Wl'olves In Franco.
One of the few remaining Institutions of
the ancicn regime is, in all probability,
about to disappear from the soil of France.
Ever since the establishnient of the Repub
lie, there have been increasing complaints
of the inefficiency with which the touvcticr8
discharge their noinimmal duty of extirpating
the w.ives, and tihe immense extension of
private property lis made their inter
ference with the rights of individuals
seeni unconstitutional and intolerable. A
Commission appointed by the Chamber to
inquire into the whole qucstion has just
presented its report, which either Incorpo
rates or suipercedles repoits pireseiltet hy
previous ec misisions, mind we may expcct
to see a law brought in in accordanice with
the recommendations it has laid down.
The report calculates the number of wolves
actualiy contained within the French fion
tiers at 5000, and the amnounat of (damage
inficted by themi on thme farnung class at
no less than foi ty or tifty millions oh francs
per aninum, Th'lese niinmbers are not, of
course, to be compared to those of tihe mitt
dIe ages, or even to those of a century ago.
In 17918 no less than 63487 woives wvere
killeti in a twelvemonuh, and a memorial
of onie Arnould dui Buisson, preseited in
1779 estiniates thme numiiber of sheep annu
ally devoured by wolves at a mnillion at
least, without reckoning thme cows, horses,
mnules, asses and1( goatt whic~h they hamd
likewise (lli)psedi of. it must be remem-1
bered, however, that aut p)resenmt time wolves
are In the maini coiicentrated ini a few dlie
tricts, especially ini L orram e, D)auplhine,
and P'yrenees, so that thme mischilet done
by themi is not spread over the whole of
France. Their ravages ini both French
and German Lorraine were very serious ini
the p)ast severe wvinter, andi the German au
therit tea were obliged to lay a heamvy price
on their hmeads in order to aubate time evil.
Th'le primeiple of these primes is, iindeed,
the obvious one for deahiig with time mat
icr. It ridh us of the wolves of England;
it Wase adopted by the llevolumtionary Gov.
ernument in 1793 (though its etliciency was
considerably marred by the fiact that the
high sums p)romised wvere paid ini depreei
iitedi assignats), and1( it will doubtless clear
thecum out of F"rance in the course of a gen
Failure of Sh,ad Hiatching in iirack,sh
Several expeorimenits to test the feansi
b>ility hiatcing shad ini hrackishi water
hamve been nmade by the Connmecticuit Fish
(Commiisasioni at. $ay brook, the results be
ig invarial y inegat ive. In onily one
instance did the eggs show signs of life.
In thaut ense, t welve hours or more after
imhpregination the eye spots of the little
tishm were visible unmder the microscope,
and later the baekbono. T1here was life,
but it never advanced beyonid this first
stage. Onm examining these good eggs
four hours after they were plhaced ini the
salt water, the inicroscopo showed th at
they wore covered with miniuto indmenta
tions, like pin pricks, and ini seven hours
these were more strongly marked. They
continued to grow, and finally thme eggs
bulrst and only the shells wvere left.'1Think
ing that this might he duo to tihe agita
tioni of the water on the riurface, eggs
were put ini a tight covered b)ox, which
was sunik to the bottom, but no0 better
success was attained. Panis wore also
taken to the shore, to avoid p)ossible
disturbanco by the motion of tho boat,
btut the result was the same. Thme Comn
missioners decide that shad caiinot bo
hatchied in salt or braokishi water.
The use of the electric telegraph in A rc
tic exploration Is a auggest ion made by the
superIntendent of thme Western Union Te
legraph Company at San Francisco, and
the plan seems an excellent and practical
one. By such aid sledge parties could be
kept in constant communication with thme
main body of the expedItion. Thme wires
would be made as light as possible, and
laid along the snow and ice or the frozen
ground, either of which would sufficiently
insullate the wires without the use of the,
W&sHING FROM BOARDS.--The washing
rom the public roads that accumulate in
litches and pools Into which they lead,
ontain a very large amount of fertilizing
naterial. They contain among other val
table materials the solid and liquid drop
>ings of animals, the foliage and stalks of
>Iants, the leaves of trees, and earth of
rarious sorts that has been reduced to a
rcat degree of fineness by the feet of
inimals and the wheels of carriages. The
ralue of the first-named substances is
tcknowledged by all farmers. Many are
inacquainted with the uso of finely pul
rerized earth, but those who have em
>loyed it speak of it in the highest terms.
I ho sweepings of the streets of most
3uropean cities and towns are disposed. of
or more than enough to pay for colleoting
hen. They are diflicult to handle as they
ire liable to be blown about by the wind.
flion applied as topdressing to grass land
hey produce remorkably good results.
'ho like is true of their use on grain fields.
Pho loose materials on roadbeads are car
led by rains into ditches where they ac
uumulate or are conveyed, if the land is
lescending, into hollows. Thore they
ccumulate, and after the water has passed
out of them by drainage or evaporation,
hey assume a compact form. The con
latency of the material allow it to be lifted
oy the shovel into carts very readily. It
nay be spread over grass land where it
vill disintegrate by the actiouf rain, or
L may be applied to soil that is devoted to
ny cultivated crops. The value of finely
oulverized soil as a fertilizer is aditteil
iy all who have experimented with it, and
ts employnient will be general In the ag.
iculture of the future.
Tu Eco-LAYno LiNUT oF FoWLS.- -it
3 claimed that the ovariuni of a fowl is
oniposed of 600 ovula Pggs. Therefore a
en during the whole af her life cannot
ossibly lay more then 600 eggs, which in
natural course, and distributed over nine
ears in the following propotion: First
ear, 15 to 20; second, 100 to 120; third,
20 to 135; fourth, 100 to 150; fifth, 60 to
6; sixth, 60 to 60; seventh, 35 to 40;
igl, 15 to 20; ninth, I to 10. It follows
hat if this Is correct, it would not be profit
.ble to keep them After their fourth year
,t their products would not pay for their
:eepimg, except when ttiey are a valuable
ireed. On the contrary it is held by
thers as not true that there is a certain
,mount of eggs, and that this number ex
taust,ed, no more can be expected, but
hat the secretion lessen, as old age comes
n, and latterly the hen fails to have suf
icent force to carry forward the process of
gg-fornmation, which we expect is correct.
.t all events as far as our experience goes,
elin after three or four years also ceases
o be profitable for laying eggs. A year
Id lien certainly producc, more eggs than
four-year Old one.
Cu.oiim OF I M l Ui TiEs.---y its
neans plants will easily lie protected from
nsect plagues by simply irushing over
heir stems with a solution of it. It has
often been noticed that a patch of land
vhich has been treated in this way remains
eligiously respected by grubs, while the
imyrotected beds around are literaily de
'astated. Fruit trees may be guarded
ronm the attacks of grubs by attaching to
heir trunks pieces of tow smeared with a
kixture of hog's lard, and ants and grubs
Jready in possessiou will rapidly vacate
heir position. Butterflies, again, will
'Vol all plants whose leaves have been
prinkeled over with lime water.
PHoPoRTION OF CHEAMt n MiK.-- The
irst fflth purtion ( f milk from the cow
ontains about one-twentieth part of cream;
lie second fifth, one twelfth; Inc last fifth,
me-sxth. How iniportant then to get the
ist anid richest drop, even if it wvere not
rue that cows are quickly (fried up by a
lovenly practice of leaving a small piortion
n the uddier. Cows will contiinue to give
flow of muilik at a much longer p)eriodl
vhen milked dry. Farmners, it will be
ceen, receive a dio ble benefit by such a
ourse. First, there is more cream in the
mik, and secondl, the flow will continue
>niger, t wo requisites in all dairy countries.
App>lications of .Electricity.-The
lectroc railroad which Dr. Biemuens has
onstruceted in Berlin bet,ween the suburb
t Lichtenfeld andi the Cadettenhaus is
uow regularly ope.1ed for passengers, andit
a giving great satisfaction. The rails are
>f the ordinary railway pattern, but the
;augo is only t.hree feet, three inches. A
imngle car Is prop)elledi by the current at an
iverage speed of nine miles an hour, thiouh
his rate can be dloubledi if necessary. ~A
ilhuilar line fias been erected at the Crystal
Palace, Sydenhami, E~ngland, as an attrac
ion for visitors, hut it is p)robable that
~lectric railroads wilt be practically intro
ucedi Into that country before many years
ire past. Velocipedes are now so coimmon
hiat it is not surprising to find that, eec
ricity hams becen applied to their prop)ulsion,
U. Trouve, the wveli-known French elec
trician, recently (trove an Enighsh tricycle
throughm the str-eets of Paris by mieans of
electricity sto:-ed in a Plante secoiidary
battery aind a pair of D)eprez electric mo
tors. Thue ti icycle with its occupant amid
ipparatus weighedi four hundred weight,
and( wenit at the speed of an orinuary cab;
but wIth sonie modification of the appa
ratus M. Tfrouve hopes to attauii a rate of
twelve or fifteen miles an hour. T1hme new
second(ary battery of M. F'auire will also
help his purpoe', aind velocipedes driven
by electric power will probabutly by andi by
pirove useful to thle invalidIed or the weak
ly. In Paris, too, electricity has beeii ap.
plied to work an air compressor at the toy
balloon factory of M .11. Chianhiard et Cie.,
behid the I lotel du Louus re. Th'le spare
steam power of the engines has been ut ii
izedl by two Uranmmie miaehinues, one of
which genemates the current and the othier
transforms it into meichamical work. Tihe
enuergy thus transmitted is about a horse
power pe~r miinute.
To determine the facial angle, a new
and( siimple instrument has beii miade by
Mr. U. M. Atkisen. A needile is inserted
and fIxed in the centre of each optic open
ing, andl both neeleCs are coiinected b3 an
axle with flat ends which Slide upon thme
needles. An ind(ex pointer in the 0,,uial
horizonital p)lane is attached to the midle
of the axle. A b.r carrying a semni-cir
cutar p)rotractor is constructed to be aflixedl
at the centre point of the protractor so as
to move freely in a vertical plane11 aloiig-.
side the index-pointer. If this bar pro,
tractor be plalcedl in a p)osition oin tIhe skull
so as to tcuchi the orphryon and alveolar
p)olnts the number of degrees ini the facial
angle wyill be indicated on the protractor
by the pointer.
in Carlylo's "ltenuniscences" lie tells
us of his dyspepsia, anid how lie onuce rode
sixty milles to Edlnburg, "'to consult a dioc
tor, having at last redluiced my complexlties
to the single question : Is this disease
curable by medicine ; or is it chronic, in
curable except by regimen, if eveni so?
This qtestion I earnestly put ; got the re
sponse: "It is all tobacco, sir; give up
tobacco.' Gave It nistantly and strictly
up. Found, after long mnonths, that I
might as well have ridden sixty mniles in
the opposite direction, and poured my sor
rows Into the long, hairy car of the fIrst
jackass I came upon, as Into this select
medical man's, whose name I will not
PARLOR VUHNITURE.--Nothing gives so
dismal and inhospitable an appea-ance to
a roo as to have the chairs and sofa or
couch covered with stiff, unfriendly-look
ing linen; but pretty furniture that is
protected in some. way,and there are many
coverings which are really ornamental.
For Instance, a cou::h may be kept from
fading by taking a piece of Turkish tow
cling the required length. Put scallops
of flannel on the edge; border or centre
piece or fmply a vine worked In some
light color across the ends make a very
pretty addition to it. Tidies that are
very servicabjo may be made of brown
linen, with an applique stripe of cretonne
flowers or scroll. Tihe easiest and most
satisfactory way to prepare cretonue for
transferring is to first work the figure that
is to be cut out with the button-hole
stitch, and then cut around that. When
it Is plac-d upon broadcloth, or ally m at
crial which does not req jire washing, sew
it with long stiches o,t the wrong side,
but when transferring linen sew it firinly,
so that it wili keep its place when washed.
The tidies may be finished prettily by put
ting fringe or yellow lace across the ends;
turn down a hem on the sides and feathei
stitch with worsted or w)rkiig cotton.
flow to eat Ieions.-Most people know
the benefit of lemonade beforo breakfast
but few know how It is nore than douli
ed by taking another at night, also. The
way to get the better of a bilious system
without blue pills or quinine, is to take
the juice of one, two, or three lemous, as
the appetite craves, ini as much ice water
as makes it pleasant to drink, without
sugar, before going to bed. In the morn
Ing on risina, or at least half an hour be
forc biakfast, take the juice of one lom
on in a goblet of water. This will clear
tne system of humors and bile, with mlild
cilleacy, wit,hout any ot the weakening of.
fects of Congress water. People should
not irriate the stomach by eating the lei
ons clear ; the powerful acid of the juice
which is alost corrosive, infallibly proda
ces inflammation after a while; but proper
ly diluted, so that it does not burn or draw
the throat, it does its full medicinal work
without harm, and wheii the stomach is
clear of food has abundant 6)portunity to
work the system thorotuhiv.
Nxw process for washing linen.-In
Germany and Belgium a subst.tute has
lately been introduced for soda in t,he laun
dry, which. while it has all tihe detersive
qualities of soda, does no injury to the
linen. Two pouis of soap are dissolvred
in about flive gallons of water, as hot ni
the hand can bear. To this are arhled oinm
tablespoonful of oil of 1lurCntin1e aIid thre(
of liquid ammonia. This mixture is thenl
well stirred, and in it tie clothes aresteep
ed for three hours, the washtub being cov
cred up as cerefully as possiblc. Next,
the clothes are washed, ri1n3ed andI blued
as usual. The mixture will serve r
second time only, it must, be re-heated,and
one-half spoonful of oil turpentine, amd
one and one-half of ammonia added to it.
'his process economnizes time, labor ami
fuel. The clothes are not injured,becaus<
the ammonia evaporates very quickly
and as for the amell of the turpentine,thal
disappears in the drying.
POTATO souillO.-Six large smooth POWa
toes, half a enpful of boiling inilk, ont
tablespoonful of butter and the whites of
four eggs, salt and pepper to ta3te. Washi
the potatoes c.Can, being carefal not to
break the skin. Bake forty minutes. Tak
the potatoes tromn the oven, and with a
sharp knifc cut them in two lengthwise
Scoop out the potato with a spoon. and
put it in a hot bowl. Mash ight and fine.
Addi the seasoning, butter and inilk, anm
t,hen half the wvhite of tire eggs. Fill. th(
skins with the mixture. Cover with th<
remaining wvhite of the eggs, and browr
ini tire oven. (reat care must be taker
not to break the skina.
Buw rxo maclinec covers. -These art
bo0th ornamental and useful as t,hey pr-o
toot the mactune from (lust. Take cloth1
or crash and measure the length of th(
sewing mnachine table, atso the width sc
that it can hanig over back amid front. The)
are ver-y often not lined ; but whein the)
arec baize, such ars is used far tihe tops oi
desks and tables, is the best mrterial. Cui
the two endis in deep vandlykes, (points,'
ando bind with braid, wvhich cover with a:
heavy cord, anid finishr each point, and be.
tweon thre points, with a tassel. A pplie(.
work which is easily (lone is a great im.
AN applle chaarlotte.--Is nmade wvith sli,
ces of buttered bread andi cut arpp)l in lay,
era, sprinkled over with plhenty of browi:
sugar and grauted lcmon peel. A litth
hot water willh keel) it, from getting (try.
If the apl)ies takes long to cook, sp)riniil
the hot water over cacth layer. Keep) r
p)late on the top,hmeld dlownr withr a weight,
and bake for two hours. Lift rip thre plat
now andl then, andl baste the top) with a
few spoonfiils of hot water, in which a hit.
tIo butter is mel ted. It tIhe app)lles are iioi
juicy use more of this, Take olY tihe covel
thre last half hour,and let thre topi brown,
A oniAuiitsXa hanging. basket.- Take
piece of rough tree barn with the im osa
clinging t) it; cut it iinto a pretty shape,
to ser-ve as the back. Aiake the front 0)1
birch bark and fasten to thle b)ack wai
fine wire, wvhich can be dlonre b)y panchrin5
fine holes for tihe wire to pass throuigh.
Small twigs at thre side(s and cornets ar<
(uite irresistible. It shmoud( thein be llet
with moss, (tried grasses amrt leaves.
ConoN cakes for two.-Sift a cumpfrll o
cornimeal muto a bowvl or tray, make a bob
in it, put1 ini salt, sada andl shortening, a:
for biscuit., break in two eggs. stir wvith a
strong spoon until thre egi's are welt bro
ken and mixed, then, withr new butter
milk or sour milk, make into a batter,
llake in a brisk oven ; have the cake three
fourths of an inchr thick when it goes ii
S-rRnwEn corn.-Scald the cornm juii
enough to hardeln ; slice oif the ear so a's t(
ivide the kernel three or four times; scrap<
the chits (the sweetest part) from the cob,
adld sweet milk, a little water, a little but.
ter andi salt ; simmer ten minuites. lieat
one egg andl adid, stirring in evenly am
just belore taking ofi the fire. A verj
little sugar imp)roves it for the taste o:
To prevent choking, break an egg int<
a cup andl give at to the peOrionr choking to
swvallow. Th'ie white of thre egg sems t<
catch around the obstacle and remove it
If oine egg dloes not answer thme prurposa
try another. Thre white Is all that as nec
Fainn squash.---A delicioiis (1ish cani b<E
madte of tihe summer crook-necked squash
simply b)y fryingt them I butter. Shie<
thenm as you wvouldcuicuimbers, dhit) in flour,
fry to a brown. antd imagine you arme cat.
ing fried oystera.
TimR trute poysmological way of treating
burns andi scaldhs is to at once excludei tire
air, with cotton batting, flour, scraped po0
tato, or anything that IA handiest.
T/hcre are at .present sixty-five geo.
graphical sodfeties In tihe world. The14
oldest is at Paris. and was for~, I., 1821
Tn giraffe has never boon known to
utter a sound. In this respect It resem
bles a young lady In a street-car when a
gentleman gives her his seat.
(La Fayette ijaily Journal.]
Anxious to Use.
rhere's plenty of roon up stairs, U8
Daniel Webster said to the young lawyer
anxious to rise, but despondent of his
chance to do so; but no one need injure
himself either in climbing the stairs of
fame or those of his own house or business
place. The following Is to the point: Mr.
John Hutchinson, dupt. Downer's Kero
sene Oil Works, Boston, blass., writes:
Mr. Patton, one of our forenten, in walk
ing up stairs last week epra'ned his leg
badly. I gave luii a bottle o' 8L. Jacob's
Oil to try. fie usei it Uid an almos i)
stantant.ous cure we ''ffortiul.
A " three years old" discovered the
neighbor's hens in her yard scratching.
In a niost indignant tone she reported to
her mother that Mr. Bruith's hens were
"wiping their feet on our grass "
Thomas 0. TimPson, Esq , the Mayorle
Secretary, who, some few diys ang, slipped
on a banana peel ind 3prained his knee,
writes that 8t. J ucui>s Oil acted like a
"A ATMRiIONY "faa a modern Benedict
the other dity, " produces remarkable re
voliittotis; here ai I, for instance, in ten
slirt months changed from a sighing lover
to a loving sire."
You have allowt d your boweli to become
hat,iuai,y costive, your liver has become tor
Pid. tho laluo thing atlh yotr hiuuo.u, anld
yOU are just usedi up. Now be sensbil, got a
puoaisao ui K dieN-Wort, take I, ialthfully and
soon 3ou iill Jor.t0t, yoU've got ally suoi
or .at, for yoll Ivill bU a well n.a.-Albany
To have cowalips in winter drive your
cat tle on ice.
For Bilious, Remittent and inter
Or what Iq more commonly termed Fever and
Agie, with pain in the loins anti through the
IMC,k, id liliescrib:mwle cilly susit ton town the
spine, all Irresistule tisposition to yawn, patin in
t lie eyes, wlitch is increisect by moving thein, a
lite I inge iti tile skin, and great lui0l1atee and
itViOEy, VE;WrrM is a sItfo IOMitiV0 r'em1t0
dy. It, is compounilet exclusively from the juices
of careftilly seleled harks and herbs, adtt so
strongiy coicentrated that it is one of the gieat
est clenitmrt of tiio m,oodi that 1. or caln le
pitt together. V TI.iNP does not stop with ire:tk
n1g vimi.-4 an341 ever, ii it exteilS Its wonmler
fill inlitmwe itito every part of the htiman systeni,
atd entirely crailicates every taint of Isease.
Vnl rINk )OVA NOT a t s a poWerft11 cathartic, or
debilitate thie bowels and causo the u ltient to
dre:l oither Seriotus cotilails which must incy
Iilably follow; bit it 4trikeS at the root of (disease
by pitrifying ti(l I,mooci, restores tihe liver Unll
kit ticys to healthy action, rostuiItes the bow
elm, tnil assists Nal tit- iII performing all the du
ties th:t tevolve upon 3her.
Toiii.is ot itivli;qs are siffering lo-day froni
the eliets of piwerelful pu1rgiL.ivO tostr inll1S,
frigitfiul (aItn11tit 1-M of qu11tininl', and pisoll
ioses of arseni,. neither of which ever have,
or ever could, reach the true cause of tituir con
works in the inlt,in syStein in perfect harmony
with iaiture's laws, anid while it is pleaslllt, to
the ta-te, gentalit) th 8itonlach, attellmild m2 its
ineluence on tile bowels, it is a1bsolte ItI It. aCin
on diselSe, aintl is tot a vile niusecutis ilitters,
purging the invalid into fallsu hope'tiat they tire
bisehr etureti. VF:FltNH is a purely Vegetalble
otudlet n, C fcomipouttil d ipon slient lte principles.
IL is endorse-l by tle best physicians wiere its vir
tues Ilave been tested, is recommieided only
whore inodicinist need(I, and1( is no(t a mix
ture of cleap whiskey sold under the cloak of
GiveB Health, Strength and
My (laughter has received great beneflt fromt the
use of VHSE'riNS. 11er dlecitiing health was a
source of greait anxiety t,o 2al1 of hter friends. A
few bouttles of the VEOETINE restored her health,
strenigth, 1an11 lpetitC. N. It. Ti1l.IN,
Insurntce ani iteat Estate agent,
Vegstine is ASold l>.y All Druggists.
IR3e L.YDIA E. PINKHArA, F LTYH, MASS,
LYDiA E. PINKHAM'S
In a Positive Cure
for all those Painfult com,plsnts and Weaknesses
so commuon to our best, female poptulatton.
it will cure entIrely the worst form of Female Oem,
plinIts, all ovarian trouBles, Iilamrmtion ad Ulcera.
tiona, Falling and isplacemaents, ad the consequent
spinai weaknss, and is particularly adap4ed to the
change of Life.
It will dissolve and expel tumnors from the uteruta
an early atage of development. The tendency to oaa
corona humors there le chocked veryapeedily by itsiuse,
it removes fatntnese, fiatuleney, destroysalU craving
for stim,ulanta, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
II ouree Ilating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
GIeneral Debility, Bleeplessners, Depression and lndE
That feeling of bearing down, causing pailn, weight
andi ba"k ach, is always permanently cured by Ste urse
It wilt at all tinmes and under all circumnstances act In
garmaony with the laws that govern tihe female system.
For t he euro of iduney complainte of either sax thia
Compiemdt IS unsur passed.
LYDRIA E. PJNiIAM'5 VEGETABL1E (loX.
POUNIs prepared at 233 and 116 western Avenue,
Lynn, 3Mass. Price $1. Six bottles for 5. Bent by mal
12n the form of pills, also In the form of lozenges, on
receipt of,price, $1 per box for either. Mire. Pinkham
freely answers all letters of inquiry, Send for pamopb
let. Addreae as above. Mfention thi. Jbper.
No family sh.ould be withtout LYDIA E. PINKIIAN8
LivEIt PH.JB. 'The r cure conustipation, biliousnaeq
and torpidity of th liver. 250eoos per boa,
sr Nold b -all Drwuzzite. -50
of uai se kn 1n2 of l-t
ened b th20 strain of tostoiling over a
atituulnut ta nil use to braIn ui.n and
Hop B;ttero. waste, 'Io Hop 9.
Ifyi re younglj and suffering from any in
discreton ori'a clon I ir 3Oi e mar
ried or aingh;i old or young, eulforing from
pooriihealth or langutiLh ing on )2ai0 of alok
ness, rey2 on2H o p 8ittero.
wVhon,ver y ot t ar' '-hzousands 'lie an
whuenover oafe liauly Cr 0 m1 50onfo
nii e lansii g, to.. iecar t aiIlgi
in or etimlaltingA, have beeni preseted~t
wIthout f'fo.raentlag, batmeiyuse of
t akeo H op HOittors
tint i aso. Iis an ebsoltuto
gtho stoliach.a irrelia
liver or,neve.s rllllkenna,
~IrX g'u usearbgioo,o
If youtare alm- soldbd
WI t NEld VER CIrular~
saved hun- }Reebeiter, N, T,
drods. ..-. t,.o
OLD Bob )Ceyworth is one of the hard
eat landlords in Galveston. Jim Groce
lives in one of Keyworth's houses and is
a very good tenant, while the landlord
has never yet had a dollar's worth of re.
pairs-done to the house. Not long -since
Jim went to Keyworth and told him: "1
wqnt you to have that house painted. I
am paying $20 a month, and you ought
to have it done." Keyworth refused, sc
Oroce had it done at his own expense.
As soon as the painting was over old
Keyworth raised the rent to $25 a month.
"Why do you raise the rent?" asked Jim.
"On account ot the improvements," re
plied the old man; " you know the house
has Jute been painted, and a newly paint
ed house is always worth $5 more than a
Not so fast my friend ; if you could see
the strong, healthy, blooming men, woman
and children that have been raised from
beds of sickness, suffering and almost
death, by the use of..Hop Bitters, you
would say "Glorious and invaluable
"RouN the Studios"-First artls
(grumpily--" When you fellowd came to se<
niy pictures, the other lay, you never sald
a word- , " Second and third ditto (ea.
gerly, both at once)-" Oh, but my dear
'po' my word, we-fellow, you've no idea
--oh-we said.-a tremendous-they wer(
-weren't they-didn't we, Jack-lol
about 'em when we got out!'
Why Wear Plasters?
They may relieve, but they can't curo that
lame back for the kidj. ys are the trouble and
you want a remedy to act diroe Ily on thoir
seoretions, to purify and iosioro their healthy
coditon. Kidney-Wort ha, thF.t spocifio ao
tion-a-d at the jaino time it regulates the
bo%w Is perfootly. Don't wait to got sick. but
get a p okago to-day, ated oure yoursolf. Liqnlid
1 drv oold at the Druggiete.-B.inghaloi
TiEim has been a family jar. "Come,
mother, coie," says the son-in-law, to the
old lady, in obedience to the pitiful request
of his wife not to be disagreeable, " Let's
make up. I said there was no woman as
unbearable as you are, didn't I, at which
you felt hurt. Well, I take It back-there
Ladies, you cannot make fair skin, rosy
cheeks and sparkling eyes with all the cos
meMcs of Franco, or beautifiers of the
world, while in poor health, and nothing
will give you such good health, strength,
buoyant spirits and beauty as Hop Bitters.
A trial is certan proof.
'SoME. doubts are being expressed about
the success of a he artesian well now being
bored in Galveston. No fears, need be en.
tertained. The man who digs a hundred
or more feet into the ground for water can
not help getting a long well.
To MAKE now nair grow use CARDOLINE,
a dedorized ext.act of petroleum. Tiu
natural petroleum hair renewer, as recent
ly .improved is the only thing that wilj
really produce now hair. It is a delightful
"NED," she said to him pensively, in a
tone implying total lack of confidence in
herself, - I d,)n't think I can ever be tc
you what your first wife was." "Greal
Osar, Miary," was the enthusiastic re
spouse, "If I thought that I'd marry you
VEoETINK. - \\rieu the blood becones
lifeless anri stagnant, cilher from change of
weather or of climate, want, of exercise, ir.
regular diet, or from any other cause, the
VEoiTINE will renew the blood, carry oil
the putrid humors, cleanse the atomaca,re.
gulate the bowels, and impart a tone of
vigor to the wh.ole body.
Vo(cNG ladies andi elephants attain their
growth at eighteen. But here analogy
ceases. One trunk is enough for an elo
LaYDIA E. PIxnaIAM's Vegetable Com-.
pound is a perfect specific in all chronic
diseases peculiar to women.
AN IndIlana mnan is reported as having
two hearts. What the average residenit of
ludliaina really needs ms an extra liver.
''SINCR taking - Dr. Lindsey's Blood
Searcber ' that ol sore of inine is entirel~
cured,." Sold by all druggista.
A scO-ENTIFlo editor eXplains. "What
shall we drink?" lie might wait until some
body asks hiun tip.
"I wrOUII no morcdo without. 'Sellers
Liver Pills' in nay house,"'says a neighbor,
"th:an flour.'' They always cure headache,
THE seashore is the place where yoti csal
always find sabbath breakers.
Don't Die in the House.
Ask Druggists for "Rough on Rate." It
clears out rats, mioo, reaches , files, bed-bugs.
Mxsus. MoRoANa4 &IIHADLY, Mutual Life
Buliling, Tent h and Chestnut stree:s, have en
hand a superb stock or extra tIne quaht,y Dia
menus, whioh t,hey offer at, as low prices as
stones of the first qualt.y, perfect alike ta color
and shape, can be sol for,
A great French Philosopher
once defined a doctor to be "a parson who
pourn drugs, about which ho knows little, into
a body concerninag which lhe knows loss, in or
der to cure diseases of which ho knowi noth
ing," and( the empirical, barbarons, useles
treatment of piles since the days of Ih po
crateu, when doctors buned the tumors off
with red hot iron, down to the absurd woandor
cures and niontrums of modeorn quacks, would
seem to bear testimony to the wisdom of the
F"renchman. 'Ilhe great modern ha nefactor of
the modterni race isi now adlmitted by every one
to be Dr. Silsbee, the discoverer of an infailli
ble remedy in ''Anakosis." Thuis mIraculous
cure for the most rainfail of all diseases as ro
gardod as the soienutille triumph of the age,
and Is pros eribod snd endorsed by physicians
of all schools, It is not taken internalily, but
app!ied a a supp-)itory directly to the at
footed part. It gives intant relief, soothe,
psin as a poultice, presses up the tumors as
an ustrusmnat, andl ultimately curos piles by
its medication. "Anakosis," Dr. 8. Bilsboe's Ex
ornal ['ile irumedy, Is so d by all first-olass
drugaista. Price $1.00 per box. Hamnpics
mailed tree to ajl sufforoi's on application to
P. Noustaedter & 00., Box 3046, New York.
Campaigns of Goneral Custel
Sn he oiiwet. 'ui the Flaai sur.
Nao redy Clareor arn ltt hitor of Cser' a
aittr~ and interr 1o artaut t iac(uter knI
troulk thioroat:thty von litated, an< the reasonuslhin
h*yCuaste.r wuasdoeonted. Every msa, woman adcal
Energeti A'ej mi (anvassers wIn evryton
At ro 1. E.iS AiK o":, P io' 7 v oki yan NY.
SEND) SILVER D)IME
copy for frmo. w. A. FAZE, Manager sluce 185.
tua, BlrochItig, Dea.
a... Cared atheme. Tdtal
Oonsaltation &Adveice ru
18 p. PamphltIff
Address Dv. .1W.CAgU
933 Areb strees,
the- Oa.e's CO 1 lto of a nam .
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swel.
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Jodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all othe,
Pains and Aohes.
No Preparation on earth equals ST. JACons OIr
as a safe, sure, siuplo and cheap External
Henedy. A trial entails but the comparatively
trilling outlay of 60 Conts, and every one suffering
with pain can have cheap and positive proof of its
Directions in Eleven Languages.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
A. VOGELER & CO.
Blaltine <., U. 0, 4
lecause It acts on the LIVER, 11OWELS
and KIDNEYS at the same thie.
Because it aleansos the system of thopolson
ous humors that develope In Kidney and Uri.
nary Diseases, 3il1ousnoe.s, Jaundice. Consti.
pation, Piles, or in Rhoumatism, Neuralgia.
Nervous Disorders and Jomale Complaints.
SEE WHAT PEOPLE BAY s
F13ttenoe It. tituuki, of itincton, City. Hanimas.
PAY& V en ed i it ster regular Phy
sicans had beei tryiig for four years.
Mrs J01111 Arniall. ot Wattlihisgton, Ohio. says
lifi 1o was gi en itis to tIu by four prominent
Yslelnns nid that lo was afterwards cured by
U. It 1 (loodwin,nn editor Ilo Chardoe Oio
satYs lie wno htut ox1poected to live, bolts5 bloated
beyond bullet. but Ridney Wort enred im.
Anna 1. Jarott of fouth Salem, N. Y., says
thatroen yenis.4w3frinic froin kidney troubles
and otler eosftpliCation1s was ended by the use of
John 13 Lawrenee or Jackfron. Tonn., suffered
fo* years from liver aid kidney trobles anti
after iaking "barie of other smedioines,"
Kidney-Wort snadIdinr well.
311chaqI Coto of Monntgomery Center. Vt j
nirpred eigh t Years witl iu idney dilliiity an
wal unable o work. Kidney-Wort inade him
"well as ever."
Constipation and Piles.
tin cos, oss paeat n f sclit ke asix qrt rs
c ntrated, fo those that ca not redily pro
UP- It acts trith eqinI efflefency in either form.
GET IT ATTlIlrs D)RUGGISTS. PIlCE,. $1.00
WELLT.T.M_ ItCiA IHsON A Co. Irp9s.
(WHsend the dr ipost-plad.) it't IllNvs uuT) T.
Malariat Is an Unseen Vaporous
Poison, spreading disease and death In many Io
cahities, for wichol quininis Is no genuine antidote
but for the eifects of which Hiostotter's Ht,omaol
hitters is not1 only a thlorouigh remnedy, but- a roll
able preveilvo. 'I'o this fact there is an over
Whelining array of testimony, extending over
l,Oriod of thlirty years. Alb ditordeors of the liver
stoniacch andi bowels are also conqutered by th11
For sale by all D)rugghsts andI Dealers generally
Ctainn tho Old antd No niaal
Reoviaed Tl':stamenost. iilin of people0 ar0 wyaiti toi
IL i t ho d i evo. b>y tim uissrupilowt puss
talns 10 nuoi eungravi'ngs<,., stool anud wvooi Thi i t
olyilarg tyoc AOrIsm so rso~s antl Agntsaa
ATIOA UisIiN C. 1hiadelphia, Pa.
LLEN'M Brain Woodi cures Nervous Do
au drg g Isis. Sedfor circularato e g,s Pha
asaoy,818 Pirst Avenue, N. 7.
Invest your Earn ings
Tn the stock of the Denver Land and Improvemon
Com iar Profis n ort tan topr cnt. pr on
~nizod by promliint bsinet meof ressarlyef
Isibo ore at i on Dolr amooh stby mail
receipt1 of monoy. Oirul isont f.Aree Aero
A. H. ERas, Troatmrer~ Ef IL lM rt Iooiden.
end on you* or .r lsisnwh l
bok fst(sdsi aot la asndi1 ose t
hokiy msis so a notaibi o ovont. Jusdginsg by previoms
coo tocvrwtn tw rei iutrois Ir iuLar
tausloior d-s -he.sis udsiiloib 1
TH DEAL *sa**mpnlon eUE
rin Classea ony wih noroiro to 1hi
oe n cotonsta are similar to those of the ax
L i., oat a tintos ass. ha
nl wias oltsmilt fo ifad qiednt r's. u
OLIVER DITSON & 00,, Boston,
5. 3. DITSON, & (1o.,
i999 (ihea9nef Street Phlaid,Upiai.
These anSsrnsg a AvereBern wil
oonhew a tavor ua the Advertser aa tisE
Publuse g thatIth iaw the ad.e
tesemnatkhis 193== ? - b. i
REALTH IS W[kLTH,
HELTH of BODYis WEALTH of 1ID,
Pure blood rakeS sound flesh, srong bone
d a lear akin. It you would have yollrflesh
00m, your bones sound without caries, and your
ompion fair, ue Itadway's saispsor
A remedy coDoed of ingredIents 0k xa
ordinary medical prportion essen tal to r|
beal, re0air ani tI broken-down Of
wasteN Ti trt'snt. Ue. aWd
No matter by what name the oonpklaRt may
be despinat whether it be Sorotula, Con.
sumption, By Il rs, S80or umnors, oils.
Eryepeo of salthhases of the
Stomach or owels either chronio or Con ttie
tional, tihe virus of 'the disease is In the D L60D
which suppites the waste, and builds and re
pairs these organs and wasted tissues of the
system. If %oe blood is unhealthy, the process
Of rpal ustbe unsound.
Tume aeaitiian Resolvent not on
Ia cmpousat-Inw remiedypbut secures the hVr
alou action each or e organs. It estab
Uishes throughout the entire system functional
harmony, and supplies the blood-vessels with a
Pure anilhalth current of new life. The skin,
atr a few day use or the nareapal lan, be.
comes clear and beautful. Pimp ",lotchos,
Black "pots and Skin Eruptons are removed I
boresBand Ulcers soon cured. Persons suffering
7W0MScrofula, Eruptive Diease of the Byes.
houth, Ears, Legs, Throat and Glands, that
have accumulated.and spread, either from ui.
- cured diseases or mercury, or from the use of
Corrosive Sublimate, mayrer upon a cure it
to make Its tmpresion on the system.
One bottle contais more of the active prinol
medcines than any other reparat .
V"entlTaspoonful Domwhile others Oft:
ure Aveof 1itimes as much. One Dollar
Only requires mimutes not hours to re
lieve pa and cure acute disease.
In from one to twenty minutes, never falls to
relieve PAIN with one thorough applicatIon;
no matter how violent or excruciating the palp
the Rheumatic, Bed-ridden, InOrm. OrIppled,
Nerv e gorp ad with disease
3a N,sufferaD1WAY' READ EE fWll
afford Instant ease.
tionoffbo lmther,lflnfl an satton athe
11owels, Conffeno ethe 16uWa. hoo 0
Throat. D14ficuit Bre'athing. P'alpitation
of the Mears IA tu sa Croup. Dal*
thsi,vatarrh, W1,lelLs. lea,dnet,,
T thche, Neurnifti. n1leamatift,
hills. Ague Chils, Chilblain*, ain
Wrost glitos. Blumines, huninter- Voin.
p laints, Nervousnesi% Xloepul os.eons
Voughs. Colds, Sprains. 10anin t4he
'Uh,V% Back or Uiubs are Instantly m
Fever and Ague.
FEVER and AGUR cured for 50 cents, 'lhere
is not a remedial agent In this world that will
cure Fever and Ague, and other Malarlous, Bill.
ou% searlet, Typhoid. Yellow and other fevers
(aided by Radway's Pills) so quickly as RAn.
WAYfs RRADY ItREJEF.
It will in a few moments, when taken accord
ing to directions, ouke Craw , Spasms, Sour
Soach. Heartourn Sick Hea(ache, Dtarrhlean
Dysente, Coil, Wind In the Bowels, and al
Travelers should always carry a bottle of l?a4.
way's Ready Relief with them. A few drops In
wa er will prevent sickness or pains From
change of waV.*r. It is bolter than French
brandy or bitters as a stimulant.
Miners and Lumbermen should always be
provided with It.
All remedial agents capable of destroying life
by an overdoqo should be avoided. Morphine
Qi rn,sPlcnre,ad ica,hysciamus an
in very small doses, relieve the patient dui'ing
their action In the system. But perhaps thte
second dose, If repeated, miay aggravate anid in
deth. Tere is no neceaslt for usn se
uncertain agents .when a positive remedy like
Radwa 's Ready Reief will step the oat ex.
crulain pan quicke, without ertaillng the
THE TRUE RELIEF.
RADWAY's RUADY RELTUP is the only remedial
agent in vogue that will instantly stop pain.
Fifty Cents Per Bottle.
RAD WAY' S
Perfect Purgat-ives, doething Aperi.
ents, Act Without Pain, Always
Reliable, and N atural in their
A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR CA LOMEL.
Perfe-tly tasteless, elegantly coated with
Uet, ghm, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse and
BADWAY's PiLLs, for the cuire of all D'sorders
of the 81iomach, Lt yer, Bowels, Kidneys, laddier.
Nervous Diseases, Hetadache. Constenation, Oos
Fever, fnlarnation or the Bowels P ies, and all
derangements of the Internal f'lscera. War
rant,toeffect a perfect cure. Purely vege
lcontaining no mercury, minerais or deie
WFObserve the following symptoms result ing
from Diseases of tihe DiIgeto Organs: Consti
atio, Inard iies, Fuliness of tihe BIe d In
hoHa,Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea
Heartburn, D>i us of Food, Fullness or Weighs
Inuth rnmaq , Hour Eruotions, 8inkisg or
Sensations when in a lying posture, Dimness of
Vision, Dots cr Wobs Be ore the Sight, Fever
and Dull Pain In the Head, Deficiency of Per
spiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes,
amn in tho Side. Ohest, Limbs and SuddenI
liushes of Heat. Burning In the Flesh.
A few doses of RADwAY's iPnzL will free ti..
System from all tihe above-named Disorders.
Price, 2350ents Per Box.
We repeat that the reader must eo suit
hooks and papers on the subject of dliwasers ana
ihoir cure, samong W'bich may be named:
"False and True,"
"IRad way on Irritable Urethra,**
"Radway on Sefula,"
dothers relating to- different classes or Dia
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
REIAD "F"ALSE AND TRUE."
Band a letter stamp to R ADWAY * 410,,
We 2Warren. 41cr. Chaurech St., New
aWiformation worth thousandawill be .sent
/reua to VA ,t ZP lck u}le
-.Sapocopy, 2o Cents.
In lion and 0:nstlion fr nis;Bh, to emp
tion, cont ;lRhoumatlism, Wveak IBack or Kidno 5.
Mention dase and addres W. I. UTTioo
Pavilion N. Y.
YOUNG MEN If o;t wu;*)oar;n TI.
of na ielain, address VALEN'N
UireaA sents to selils heStandard Agriouiturai nook
Farm in~ for Profit
ow curt,O rehensjvs. A complete Farma
Make Money nI~rx --Oele.
Savil matimes t voa en u. 840 pages.
..UI&DY di ., hlac1p aa, Pas.
for this style of P'IIILI BLIIHIA
BINGEIR. Equal to any Singer in
the market Jemerbe, we
tispaf/jbs.U. Thlsiuthe om
slyio other cmpanies retail for
SO. All aainewarnted for
pyears. Send for Ilhuatrated Cir
eular and Testimonas. Addres
mIans.il aqd man nn