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Tu VALUE OF MARL. -The ease with
which marl is dug and the facilities for its f
delivery to nearly all points being within I
reach of the pits make it one of the cheap. H
est fertilizors that can be used. it Contains ,
quite a large percentage of potash and a
phosphoric acid, but no nitrogen. Lime -
is very abundant In marls, and there are I
also proportions of magnesia, soda and t
iron. The latter substance, exiatong prin- I
cipally as a chloride, Is not desired, as it Is
Injurious to some sections. Being soluble,
however, it stands in the way of a further
manipulation of marl should the potash be
extracted. Potash is the agent in maria
that pusnes the grass ahead and increases
the potato crop, though the lime is not in
active. The actual chemical value of marl
is much greater than its sellng price,owlug
to the large proportion of potash and phos
phates it contains, but the potash is in
combination with silica in tue suape of
silicate of potash, and some idea may be
given o the insoluble nature of this comn
pound when it is known that silicate of
potash is vety nearly the same thing as
window glass. When there is an excess
of potash the result Is water glass, which
Is soluble in an excessive amount of water.
The hme also hardens the compound by
unlon, and the result is that while marl ia
nob in fertilizing material time is required
to render it available as plant food. Most
farmers apply marl alone, but if they will
mix it with manure and allow the mass to
remain until the manure decomposes the
marl will also undoigo a process of decom
position, and the principal part of the in
soluble portions will become soluble. it
also makes an excellent absorbent, and
can even be thrown into the stables in
place of dirt. As the lime In the marl is
in a compound state there is no dang,. r of
injury to the manure from its use as a
mixture, and 11 a little plaster is now and
then added it will be all the better. The
fertilizing properties of mart can easily be
extracted, but the expense is too great to
make such un untlertaking profitable; and,
as farmers are sure to get the full benefit
from it in two or three seasons (omietimes
during the first), there Is but httle noces
sity for its reduction. The iron is also a
disagreeable constituont, us it will follow
the soluble potash. Owing to the fact that
mail does not always become fit for plant
food entirely the first season it is on that
account lasting in its effects, for It is
brought slowly into condition by the
chemical influencea of the nir, raid, sun
Tim London Milk Joirnal vit '- intan
ces where milk that has stood a bhort inte
in the presence of persons sick with tv.
phoid fever, or been handled by parties
before fully recovering from the snall-pox
spread these diseases as effectuially as ii
the porsons themselves had been lresenl,
.4oarlatina, measles, and other contagious
diseases have been spread in the same way.
'ihe peculiar smell of a cellar is indelibly
impressed upon all the butter made from
milk standing in It.. A few puffs from a
pipe or a cigar will scent all the milk in
the room, and a smoking lamp will soon
(1o the same. A pail of milk btandinig 10
minutes where it wili take the scot of it
strong smelling stable. or any other offen
svo odor, will imbibe taint that will never
leave I(. A maker of gilt-edged butter
objects to cooling warm milk in the room
where his milk stands for the creaui to
rise, because he says the odor. escapint
''from the new milk, while cooling is taken
in by the other milk, and retainedi to the
injury of his buttler. T1his may senm like
descending to little thinygs, but it miust, be
remembered that it is the sumn of such lit.
the things that determines whether tne pro
ducts of the dairy are to be sold at cost or'
below, or as a hilgh-paiced luxnry, .ir milk
is to be converted inmo an article ot thie
latter class, it must be lumdledi and kepit mr
oleian, sweet vessels.
OasTRjiuNraD THA~vr. --The in0re the lui
(dtr is stimutlatedl to extra accretio~n ol milk
no much the moi e is it liable to conigesttin
andi inflammation The pressure, too), of
a great quantity of milk iiponi the circular
mauscle (splmecter), which crosses the eind~
of the teat, tends to set up more or less ir
riadon, and this will seinetImes result in
excessive thickenmz of the walls and hard
milking, or eveni complete closure of the
orinice. The siiplest, and best treatment
Is to slightly dilate the opening ot the teat
once or twice a (lay with a peirfect smiooth
probe. A silver mnilking tube, about a
iwolfik of an inch in diameter, wili answer;
or, when this is not available, a p~robo 01
iho same size made of gutta-p)erchia. A
sniall sine will lbe uccossary at first, atnd
alter a hay or two, when that passes easily
a larger one, until finally the orifice ls ca
ally dilated and the mIlking sulicintly
free. In every case the probe should tLe
well oiled and Iitroduced with casutioni, so
as to avoid injury to the inte~rnal parts. A
silver probe shouildI be warmed beloire it is
RYE Iron 80oii~io.-Thie grouinad for tis
erop should be located near t he barn, to
lie baudy for feeding, and it shouldl be in
good heart. Let, the ground be deeply
plowed, but don't plow up the subsoil,an~d
thoroughly hmirow. T[hen spread six or 8
three horse loads ci well rottedl manure
over 1t, and harrow this in-harr'owmg it
lengthwise and thieni crossing; the objeet is
to thoroughly hiue aind work the nuinure
into the top soil. llaavinig done this~ rob
your gronnd and then drill in the rye three
bushels per acre. If manure le set.rce dIrii:
In 509O pounds of some good fertilizer per
Two evils result from shoeing horses,
which are never properly guaded against
The shoes are allowed to stay oni too long,
and thus the hoof becomes cramped, and
the horse liable toi becorne lame. Second
ty, by freqticitly tand carelessly pulling off
shfoes, the hoof is liable to become b~roken.
All thIs can be avoided b~y care and~ atten
tion, but tihe better way is to without shoe.
lng when possible. If the horse hats a
tough, hard hoof. Inero Is ino necessity for
sihoeinig, for any kind of farm work. Econ
oiny alone wodld decIde against shoeing
when there Is nothing to be gamed by it.
A 'ORRilSP'ONDEiNT says: "in tmy own
gardening I have found a most satislmacto.
ry substituite for beanpoles, which limiter
are not only expensive, but1 a1 source of
trouble ad care, 1 plamnt a sunflower seed~
b~y each hill of heatii, lio alocke answering
the samie purpose as thme ordinary b anpoie
beslnes p~rovidilng an excellent Iced for my
poultry I have I'o ucitsinig for this pur
1)0se a iiammitioth variety of suanflower
seed, mny of thei liowera or wvhich mnas
uiredi lifteen inches across the seed be'd.
Tug rows of bushes aind trees wichl
have grown alt random and frequently hno
roadlsidls aiid insido fences are rarely
either useful or ornam~aental. Le't any fm -
mier who has these adjoinIng any hi eed
tiop) ca'cumlate what they cost him in a
yta , andi then decide whether hie catn Ion
ger niiordI such a feature,
Gi:or~n .BoN~s. -Ground nones make
thie host fertilizers. The effect la more
li.ting from the pure bione duist than an.
l-eI Phosphates, the latter havIng its effect
im a great measure at tirst. while the other
HoRRnnAmSLn.-Horseradish is more
requeutly tolerated than cultivated on
ho farm. It is often found occupying
,omo odd corner, making a slovenly,
veedy patch, from which a few pieces
rc taken as wanted in the spring.
Vhen left to itself it takes such t1hrough
>ossession cI the soil that it is difficult
o got rid of it. The only way to keep
t unlder control is to plant the roots, let
nem grow one season and then dig the
vhole up. If left longer it will make
rouble, and the roots will not be good.
lets are the small side roots, about six
nohes long and half an inch or less in
hameter. They are made whon trim
ning the roots for use or for market; as
bey must be planted righ& end up, the
,op part is eut off square and the lower
md with a slant. In this shape they
ire sold at the seed stores, but enough
or the home garden may [:e dug from
my accessible patch. Market garden.
irs plant them between the rows of
.arly cabbages; if they start before the
sabbagos are mature, the tops are cat
)ff in hoeing; when the cabbages are
eimoved the horseradish is allowed to
;row. In the family garden a small
ilanting may be made without roference
o the cabbage or other crops, plantiig
ie sets eighteen inchis apart each way,
vith a sharp pointed diiloe, having the
ops of the set three inches below the
surfaco. 13 sure and take up the roots,
argo and suall, in autamn or early next
*"Dirriability is better than show."
Durability of health is worth more than
the wealth of Vanderbilt. Kidney-Wort
is man's co-laborer in maintaining health.
With healthy liver, bowels and kidneys,
men and women will always be in good
health. If the bowels are torpid, if piles
torment, if the hack Is f uill of pain, get a
package of Kidnoy-Wort and be cured
without more suffering.
A&"The most brilliant shades possible,
on all fabrics are made by the Diamond
Dires. Unequalled for brilliancy and du
rablity. 10 cents.
ONE of the most convenient articles to
be used in a sick room is a sand bag.
Got some clean, fine sand, dry it thor.
oughly in a kottle on tho stove, make a
bag about eight inches square of flannel,
till it with dry sand, sew thO openirg
carofully, ar d cover the bag with cotton
or linen oloth. This will prevent tle
sand from sitting out, and will also ena
ble you to heat the bag quickly by plao
ing it in the oven or eveni oi the top of
the stovo. After once utng this you
will never again attempt to warm tu,
feet or ban1ds of a sick persons withli a
brttle of hot wator or a briek. Tie sand
holds thie beat ia long tii, and the bag
can be tucked up to the back without
hurting the invalid. It is a good plan
to make two or three of the bags uitl
keop thorm reily for usie.
DKLI:VAN, 1\ is., Sept. 24, 1878.
G'Mws---I have taken no0t 0u1ie OUC bot.
tic of the Ilop Bitters. I watt a teeble oid
man of 78 wi,0n I got it. To-day I aIm
as active and feel as well as I did at 30. 1
see a gleat man3 that need snch a nsedi.
cDi. I. OYCIN
Cnanl SAr..--'Take tiuo p)icked mneat
of twe'lm' botiled crabs or one well
draiued cain of orab-meat. fSet this
away to btcomfo cold, then arrange it
upou a bed of' crisp, tender lettuce.
WVork qjuiarter' of a p)oimd~ of buntter to a
cam, then ad1 d the well-beaflteni yelks
ot four e';gi.;, a (dessort 'p)onful of muns
ta:'d p~owder, (iaonno jimpper' andt sait
to taste. Mix these inigredients well
tog~ethescr, then stir the maixturso over the
lire, and add vimegar until it is as acid
as you wishi it. Continuio to star it uai
til it thielkcms like boiled custard, then
remove it from the tire and set it aw~ay
to become thioroughily cold. The dres
sing must not be ponred over the salat1l
until the time of sierving it.
iIru1)hN ailad. -T1o 0110 gallon of cab
bage cho'pped lino anud half gallon green~
tomatoes, one pint of green pepper,
iirat taking out the seds, one quart oi
juice and throw away. Te.n add tour
tabldespoonfuls of nim ~~ i mustard, t wo
tablespoo~nfuls of krosund ginger, one
sp~ooniu~l of cloves, two ounceen of tur
mioric, One ounce of1 celery seed, two
p~ounds o1 browna sugar, two tablespoon
fuils of salt to a half-gailon of good
vineg~ar. Boil slowly twenty minut Ies,
andl aid to the other ingredienlts, which
must bo wvell mtixedl toget.hier.
RInDON (lAKE. -Two and a half cuips
of sug'tr, a teatsp)oonful of cream of tair
tar, half a teaispoonftul of soda, four cups
of flour, hour eggs. Rieserves a third of
this mixture ants bake1 the reminider in
two loaves of the samjo sizec. Aad to
third re.served, one cup of raisins, a
fourth of a p~ound of citron, oune cap of
ouriantsq, two tablespoonfuls of molas
ses, a teaispoonfuli each of all kinds of
spice. Bake in a tin the same size as
other loaves. Pu~t the three loaves to
gethers with a little icing or currant jelly,
plaeimg thhl fruit loaf in the centre,
frost top and sides.
A DEmLIoHTFUnJ W.NTitR Dmeasi5RT.
One quart of milk, six eggs, reserving
the whites of two, which beat to a stillf
froth, and when the milkc boils drop iin
in spoonfuls; in a minute or two remove
careftully to a plate; alter boating the
eggs light pour the boiling milk slowly
mnto the egg, stirring the egg quickly
the while; swo'oton it anlil p)iaco over the
tire, stirring it all the time until it sim
mors-it must not boil. .If it should
aurdio pour it immsediattely umto a nothes r
panm and stir until cool,.
DAMSON ,TfELYy. -Damson jolly is
mnade easily by putting the daml~sons in
i jar in the ovoni aiid letting them heat
gradually, and. so extractong the juico,
T'o every pint of juico add oneo pouind ofi
sugar'. Proceed then as for currsantl
iohhy. Altear the juico is extraictedl for
the jolly rub) thle fruiit throughs a sieve.
This, ofieconise, r'emovi a tiro stons.
Whons rubbed thrmouigh ltmo sieve weigh
the fruit anud add its wvesght ini sugar;
boil it ssn'il it atiffens, pui it il ('lps to)
bardcon, and( it canh bei tuii'nedi into j-olly
p~latos, and is d .licious wsih ookl mentls,
PUnsi'v and odd chlairbacks are atie
2f sqIuaros of linen and1 saitini. 'ihii
icoms att lust at5 slten'igo 'ombmiationu,
b'.t the eint.et is (oxtellent , Where thE
squarea are' jOiied, "(ove.r the sijams
with ilacy stitcs. Thme satfim suquares
mayv bo init without osuamecntation. and
all the work be P~ut on ini the linen one.
Ebroaidery,, or Pamliing, or etchlimg
are the favorin methods employedl.'
A JiANnsIOM arId( yet. simple, easily
made aoln-eu~hnon cover is masde of oneI
square of 54.a lm; on this (embrioider a
pray of flowers; it may ho tdone with
Kobsimgton stitch and '.rwelss or ith
the pop)~lluar rib'bon emnbroiderv'. Finish
the e'lge- wit h a cord or w ith frmg)-et
A BUIGLuA recently entered a house
iu this City by way of the back window,
tnd, encountering the resideut, fired
several shots at him, none of them tak
ing efrect, although his aim was acour.
to. Having discharged all his ammuni
Lion, the astonish lJ rascal politely asked.
"Exeuso me, boss, but what is your
business ?" "I am an insurance agent,"
replied the "boss." The btrglar bowed
himself out backward, s-Aying as he
wont, "I might have known it if I had
only looked at his check."
Pure cod liver oil, from selected livers,
on the seashore, by Caswell, Ilazmrd & Co.,
N Y. Alsolutely pure and sweet. Pa
tients who havo once taken it prefer it to
all others. Plhyiclans declare it superlor
to all other oil,.
01happed hands, face, pimples and rough
skin cured by using Juniper &oap, made
by Caswell, Hazard & Co., New York.
A COACHMAN Calls upon the doctor to
ask what can be the matter with him.
"My good man," said the prince of
science,. "you've got dropsy- that's
what ails you." "Dropay I What's
that ?" "it's a morbid collotion of fluid
in the sorous cavities within the body
in your ca. I take it hydroperitoneum
(aused ty cirrhosis of the liver, but
curable by paracentesis." "I know,
but what is it in English ?" 'You are
all full of water inside." "Water? Oh,
that's nonsense." (Reftects a momont.)
"That scoundrol of i aaloon-keeper
must have watered his liquor, and yet
he swore to me he didu't."
NxwT)WN, PA,, Sept., 29th 1882.
PR. J 1. lAY an, Demar Sir - I will
state to you that I am al! right, and have
not worn the support since the 8th of July,
and since then have been at hard work on
a farm. There is no pain or soren. ms atlw
tne nor has there been siee.
Vours Itspect full v,
G. L. uOVARTZ.
SAD accident to a mulo: A colored
blacksmith of Vionna was shoeing a
mule not long ago, when the animal
disengaged itself and drove one of its
hind feet agai:tst the negro's head with
the force of a battering ram. A few
days afterward somo one faked the own
or if the,. blacksith Aistiuod severe
injuries. "I enn't say lie did," rtspon
ded the mall, dejeotedly; "but O1,w nmlo
gor's Oil thiree logs."
In your hair falling out or your scalp
disesed? Carbolino, a deodorized extract
of petroleum, as now Improved and par
fected, is just the article you need. Buy
a bottle, and, hke thousais who are using
it nil over the land, you will value it as the
choicest of all toilet preparattions.
IT never rains but it pours: A New
port visitor, aifter a loug struggle, man
aged to got a foothohld in socioty and all
of a sudden found'that she had been in
Vited to nine me(rnci' ) part.ios, all on the
s1m11f! evening. Utteroly unableIc to de
cide which to accept sie sat down and
had i good cry over it, and that miaide
her eyes and nose so red that shev was.
sliamed to go to any.
V'ge'n - is now -c-knowleded by our
best physicians to be the Only sure and
safe itenavc'y for all diseases arising from
impure blood, such as scrofula and scrofu.
''Jom r j. .tim net the par't of a young
lady~ botanit itfully ?" said an1 enthuia~stici
well alom.; ini yius. "'Yes," caLutiouisy
repheid his friend, ''it was a capital
Alis re'praul'ttatin." But .omomhotw or
other the paus~ ei eteen the last two
wo) is was~ harii l lv long cuough to eat izfy
the first. spolaker, and ho turned awgva
"'more inl son'ow than in anger."
* iydia E Pmnkham's V'egetable Comn
pound strenthenICIs the atomacih and kid
neys anti aitls digesttin.
THYnow havo a new religious ."rack.
et" in i'exas. Whenever a clorgyman
finds his conigregaitioni is getting smai.
ict he~ picks up a quarrel with a man,
gives hinm a sound thrashing, and then
tella his flock ho0w he hais pfuished a
vainglorymng sinner. T1he result is, of
course, a crowded house, and tihe work
(If saving aonla goes on brauvoly.
One pair of boots saved cver'y year' by
us ing Liyonl's Patent Aletallhc leet Sutffen
.-Wmau you're smoking a mneersechatum
pipe and your year-old yonngater. tries
to grab it, don't slap his hands aind toll
laim he "mnustn't rouchi it;" but ju.st let
the little fallow pult his tiny hand on
the0 hot -bowl for ain instanat, and, ever
after, the~ pipe may be0 safely loft in the
middle of the floor, andt that hlabet
wouldn't toucoh it wi a hammenr.
Cu roj Ner vous Dehht ity and We'md 11eas
ot Geineratlv'e Organis, $1 ail dentgmisutq
Send~ tor circular. Allen's P'hoar.ay, J 18
iurst av. N. Y.
.A mro curiosity: When the amall boy
iu the near Wecst asks his father if h'o
may go to aso Jumbo thie father replies,
anxious that his son may See the biggest
curiosity: '-No, my son; but if yon will
ha a good boy I'll take you to see the
See adlvertsenmnt headeod " How t.)
L1ve "O' in snothe'r column.
A xisnrNo clih bus beeni organized1 by
the~ yoimg~t aidhies (If Catlatlms, Iowa, ai1
titter tho young mon get "bhraced lp''
beforehantud, ini order to successfully
pass through the trying ordeal at thea
regular meeCtoigs of tho club, they simp-.
ly chew the nme of the town.
" Entirely lunami'p4',re'd."
7I GRaoo STREKIT,
N e w lht xs wwtx, N. J., Sept. 5, 1881.
11. II. WA aNP.I & Co.: Aira-A severe
atta mck of kidney dillicuilty entirely disap
liared after uintg your Sate Kid~ney and
1liver Cuare. Jrax 13. Iss.a.
'"THiuY toll me you have hlad somec
imoney let t you," sai Brown. 'Yt',''"
reph~lod iiogg, stadly, "'it -ll. tme lonig
ihn't fall to read the twenty dollar
S'witg Mtmcitne advert isemrent of Charles
A Wood & Co., then send for a circular.
A TmuK io orn-husk is not a sign of a
ha'd wiinter, Ina aome folks think. It
tmekos no difference to corn-husks whaet
t he wveather is,
"Honugh on Rat.'' Otows ont rata, mico,
,i'5 rosohe-.; n~or-u1g-, t-ntn. vormihn. 15,.
311"THFi.a SWVAN n WOaM SYRUP,. for fovrisih.
Dr. Klino's Great Nerve Roestorj S h
marvel of the ag'e for all nervo diseae. Al.
fits stoppe'l free. Randl to 981 Arch Stntt\
A ( RO~Az writes: "Can you inform
me w t is the cause of the alarmmig ex
iucres , of profanity in this country ?' ir
We 4 -not know exactly, but think yi
that t telophono is indirectly respon- di
sible. and interview the contral a
offlce et 4.4
The f - ho, by mistake, saut his a'
auburn-. e eetheart instead of a bot.
tle of D 1 ugh Syrup a bottle of k
halrdye, I know the beat way to
Bnowk obliging: "A e you are
going pat rocery store," said Mrs.
Brown t nh1, "it 'will savo time if
you atop . re and got a pound. of
tea.",o I care about saving
time ?" r oung Brown, contempt
uously. as I shall have all the
time the I long as I live, and I j
ain't a-g hoard any up for my
hieirs tpP 9- or.'
1i 1ey Complaints.
DISEA OF THE KIDN:YS.
Teto sy of an actite attack of inflamina
tion of t'etdoteys tire as iollows: Fever, pain In
the small of the back, and thence shooting down- C
ward; unblin'sa Of the thighs,Vontillting, Usually at
first a deep ro4we61l of the nritie which bncotnes
pale and color 'ss as the diseaso Increasen, and is
discharged vy often w.th pa i and dillicu'lty;
costlveness, a- lie degree of colc. in chronio
diseases of the eineys the symptomis are pain iu )
the back and i dryneas of th sktti, frequten
arinationis ( - ally at, night), general diop ,
heiadache, d - of sight dtliducattion, and pal
Iitation o 1 tri, radual los of strengtth,
pialeness are *. ,. :SO 1 he face, cough anud short
loSa of bredt h. f
In diseases of I li kidneys the VEomriE gIveS
Inmmledlate rollef. It has never failed to cure when
It is taken regularly aid directoits followed. In
many cass it, iay take several bottles, esicccially t
cases of long stawlIng. It acts directly upon the
secret ion, cleasiti and st tegthecting, IrinoVIng
all obtrcctions and hiupurit.ex.-A great naniy
can tostify to v 15ss of long standing having been
perfectly cuiredty the V'ONTVNs, even after try
ing itany of tie known remedies which are said C
to be expressly for this de.io.
CINCINNATI, 0., March 19, 1li1.
H. R. 8rxvExs:
Dear Sir :-i have used yourVOwRTINK for some
tlnte, and can truthfully say it has. been a great
benefit to me. ani to those suffering from dia
cases of the Kidneys, I cheerfully roootumitend It.
eispoelfily, 0. It. SMITlI.
Atteated to by K. 13. AsItleid, Druggist,
Cor. E ght It and Central Avenue.
CixciNNATi, 0., A pril 19, 1877.
MR1. It . ST EVENs:
I have suffered several years with the KiRin t
Complalft, and was Iuduced to try VNKTIK. I
have taken several bottles of yoiir preltiration,
and I ame convinied it IW a valulnhote remIVdy. it
has ione rue inore gool than aiy other ineditne.
I cU ll1earti3 recoiiienti it. to all sulering from
Yours respetinity. J. N. M MII.EN,
First Ilook-kecepr lor Newhal, Glet & xCo., Flotr
lerchanth, No. 83 % est Flronrat si., Cillearllati, o.
VtHT( t Ne ha restored thmuiandsi to healti who
have been lotg azfi ianitult suilforers.
H. R, STEVENS, Boston, Mass.
Vegetine isR.old by All Druggists.
e HE REATCURE
KIDNEYS,LIVERI AND D WEL. c
It oleansos thoe s tom o hdrdplo
THOUSANDS cPCOASES Jieae
haeboon quickly roltovoctj, and in short time a
PiIR,$.EQUID Ottn' Y SL li n'10sS
LIVE~R PIL LS
do not prodeC?'c~liess at the stmntoh,
nitisea orgr -.
'1hy atct dI rectly onl tbe Liver, the
organ whieb, when in a healthy (con
ditioi, puii'i the blood f->r the wholou
In CON IPATIOjthey
cleanse ffhe0 stomach anid
bowels ithout disposinug
them to subsequent Cos- I
They are tl e only pe'rfect prepuration
of MANDR-A.J% the great ttibtitute I
for Mercury, Tluere is niot their equail in
the whtolo rit ;o of Cathatrtic Medicines a
known to nui
Dr. chonk - ook on Consumiobn,
Livor (omp. it and Dyspopala is sent
free, pJost-pmJt . Address
DR. J. H. SOIHENO1( & SON,
____________ JPhiladelpjhia, Pa,
TR UTH 'a siuvr. an,
'I tiRiP (tfeyour f,..n hh J.thi. MAne d
RUPTU E .Il
(iEN B W Ttkfo theo iext aind Fasutest.
a ct ttler tot. ATIe)AI tC no t' hilta.a Ii.
H\uro Cuef F Pyo it-, ini 4 hiour. Free to .
P____'- U- w,.HA- nale. t. lti ms. Mo.
ABA il'tlcN- P'UItCNIAM ING AGENCY.
ty t1c . tSctin i or et'~iur cdrese n.M tib
et'C ich lo lug otnr Rithuber Htamnpc andi Mcuel
~T Katin ple fret.. g, P.* lIlseeli . C.. Ciovoland,(Q n
AflF ma' for Nalo In thn, richt. 3
*di mdc heaulthtict paert o-IINI
SilFt .4WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS,.
Beat C oeng lynpTastes good.
Uan. , imje. ol by druggtala
will OosImier a ftavor umsoat the wiever.
CItErI awSS f hue rmnbieli.br by Ctating
that flhey * A th titverisemenltOi ni
this Ifourna I, (stawuius psaper).
UsE of adjeCtive9: Rector (whose
irate has lately loft tho parish), visit.
g old womru-"Well. Betty, I expect,
)u will 'miss Mr. R-)binson a good
)al ?" "Betty-"Oh, yet. sir I Ho were
beautiful young man, sir." Rector
Well, 1 was a very good man, Betty;
At I don't know about his being ex
itly 'beautiful.'" Betty-"Oih, he
eren't much to look at in the face, 'I
now, but, lor', sir, his innards was
If you feel tu), drowsy, debilitated,
lave sallow color of skin, or yellowish
rown spots on face or body, frtquent
cadache or dizziness, bad tasto in mouth,
iternal heat or chills alternated with hot
lushes, low spirits and gloony forebodings,
rreguiar appetite, and tongue coated, you
re suffering from "torpid liver," or "bil
Dubnces." In many cases of "liver com
la-nt" only part of these symptoms are
xpericnced. As a remedy for all such
ases Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Dis
overy" has no equal, as it effects perfect
id radical cures. At all drug stores.
"Yj;, sir," says tho oldest resident,
'the first trip I made from Lrowoil to
loston was over the old canal, and I
rorked my passage on the canal-boat."
'Worked your passage ? How 9" in
uired his audinoco. "I led the horse,"
olemuly remarked the aneiout mariner.
Bad temper often rroccedn frqmu those
ainlful disoi dera to which women are sub
ect. In female complaints Dr. It. V.
?ierce's "Favorite Prescriptiou ' is a cCi'
ain cute. By all (Iuggists.
A CoM'orroT, wh o recei ' tly received
large sum of money from a rich rela
ivo, was asked. "Do you still intend to
tick to your trade?" "Well, I won't
Atndle typei any more," ho replied;
'but I shall 'set up' beer for the boys,
Young or iiddle aged ment s.ff-;ring
romn nervous delay, loss of memory,
Iremature old age, as toe rUsuir. of bad
abits, should send three suiunp for l'ari
711 of Dime series paibh'et a. Addrt as
Voin's DIPsensAuiAn Mmtom. A:.-oiA
WHEN a mai kums to mo fer mtv ice,
find out what kiud of advice bo wants,
.d I give it to hun; this satisfys him
hit ho and I are two z / smaairt laien az
hol e is living.
***"Ke~p to your place and your pice
IV ini keu you." But You cannot. expect
o keep ymur place without health, the
oundation of all success. For iUtLICO, a
railroad engineer in hl en ploy of the C.
,V. & St. Paul 1t. R. hal been grievously
ffected with diabetes for six years, lie
kok four boxes of Kidney-Wort and now
writes that he is entirely cured and work0
Zi-l"Feathers, ribbons, velvet can all be
,olored to match that new hat by using
ie D8iamond Dycs, 10 cents for any
"WoI Was it that said it is not good
or mtn to he alone?" asked a Sundav
eltool teacher of ihis class. A briglit
ittle boy anlswore(d: ''Daniel, fsir, whenl
io was in the lion's don."
What It <ld n' I.ran mad Latiy.
30f1nU0TON STA Ti-'N, N. Y., Dec. 28, 18'78
GENTS --A numuber of p~eOple had ben
mPing your Billers here, ad with malrkedi
fect. In one ease, LL lady of over seven
,y yeaTI~tiuuen sick [or years, and for
,he past ten years has not beeni able to be
iround half the limo. About, six months
igo die got so feeble she was hlCp/Css
Ler 01(1 remedies, or physicians, tiemg em
10 avail, 1 sent to Deaposit, for ty-flve mIles
iway, and got a bottle of Hop Bitters. it
mnproved her so she was able to dress her
telf and walik about the house. When she
iad taken thie second bottle she was able
o take care of her own room and walk out
e her neighbor's, and has imnproyedl all the
ime smnce. My wife and children also
iave dermyed great benefit from their use.
W. B. H ATUIAWAY,
Agt. U. 8. Ex. Co.
"I LIKE your new hat very much,"
ie said; "It.'s 'chic,' there's ai sort of
abandon'-." "There isn't any sort
fa baud on it," sho said, poittinig, ' 'it's
real ostrich feather."
3HOENIXviLi.R, PA ., Atignst 2(4th 1882.
Da. J. B. AMAYSIC, 831I Arch 8'reet,
'hiladelphia., Dcar MSr-l have been
nulired very' badly, it gave ti'e a greati
teal of troubie and ver'y severe p'imn, so
hat I was comntned to myW bedl. I receiveal
'our treatmient, foir rr pture In D)ecemiber
880, anud thme following March 1881 1 lefa
03' support oaff and foel sotmdii to-day.
Yours truly. 1''. B. Ruswrra.
Nav'an go uder a tree (luring a thnn
ier storm. It isn't fair to the light
ing, which has often to sp~oil a veryv
~ood tree to get at a poor sort of a marn.
An old physician, retired tromi practice,
Laying hand placed mn has han is by an
last india .missionary the foramula of a
imple vegetable remedy for the speedy
nd pcrmainent cure of Constumptlan,
lronuchmtls, Ontiarrh, Asthmna and all throat
nd Lung Affections, also a postive and1(
adical cure for bNervous D~obility and all
fervouis (Complaints, after having test ed
ts wonderluil cuirative powers in thIoluauds
>f cases, his felt it his ('uty mn~ake it
:nown to his suaiierinug fellows. Actuated
y this motive and a desire to relieve hul
aatn sufferinig, I wilt send free of charge,
o all who des~ire it, this receipe, in Ger
can, French or Eniglish, with full dlirec
Ions for prep~aring and uising. 8ent by
naul by addressig with stamp, naming
his paper, W. A. Noyes 149 I'owcr'8
T'ux sting of a bee is onlyv 0one thiirty
econd~ of an inch long. it is only you r
naginlion that makes it. seem as jong
s a huoe-handlei.
at IN('(fIft) i'rtO:u i)EATII,
williami .1. con in~ia, ort.' a'n inl, M is'.. v:
a Ihe fall of- 1576, I was ftakenu with, iafyr.nitra 01
lit Limosi, fnilawe'ila y a severo c'Oha. I lout may
pri'ate aind Idsh. and wascnnned to) my bied. InI
c7I wa admitte d to, the litsu'itai. Thea dcra~
aid I hard a hnain in may hang as hip as a haif adollar.
(Anne timean arniport weunt aroiitnd that T waa dadul
gfavnd 'a up kno. iaa a trid~~ fold ume of P1.'. wIL.
lAM I(A~I/T, ntArSAMf Fou Trun LUisrs.I
at a bottle. whaen to aor murpriso, I 'omimncedu~ to
uainlottr, andau in-diay I focilabottor than for t i hro
BAKERl's PAIN P'ANAU~ \ cuire ai inav a Man or
hast. F'or uiso xnraiy or' ianternaity.
So long as some people will eat the
kin of a sweet potato, after dlue remion
trance, try to make it as nearly eatable
S possllble. To (do this th( p~oiato4'n
hould ho baked ini a dlripping pain; the
kin will then be haked uniformly, and
hero is almifost no dainger of its burnmng
ni one side. If you have enough left
rom oneo meal to warm for anothmer, do
ot throw them awvay, but slice themn
hin nA fry themn in butter.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cure
'or all thoso Painfil Complaints and Wenknessek
so common to our best female populit ton.
A Medlcine for Woman. Invettet by a Woman,
Prepared by a Wonan.
rho Greatent MIntien DIhevcery Since the Dawo of istory.
Wt1 revives tho drooping spirits, Invigorates and
harmonizes the organic functions, gives clasticity and
firmness to the step, restores tho natural lustro to the
ayo, andI pl nts on tho palo chock of womnan tMo fresh
roies of lifo's rpring and early summer tine.
;2YPhysichns Use It and Prescribo It Freoly -1D
It rosoves falpitnss, flatuleney, destroys all craving
for stimulant, and rolioos weakness of the stomach.
That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
tnd backaheo, Is always permanently cured by its use.
For tho cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex
thi Compound to unsurpassed.
LYDTA V, PINKiEAMN's 1LOO1 PUITFIEIt
all a.od.'eito vumy -ieo of liulnons fromln tie
131-)0(1, aitt give toito andleal tr'01 to the katsinoo
tutn woman ur child. Inist on liaviug t.
Ioth the 4,.onpounit n ni Ioil Purifler are prepared
at'tJ3aud23-> Wetern Avenne, L.ynn, tasos. l'rieoof
either, 01. Six bottihs for $5. Sent by mall in the forta
of pIl!s, or of loznges, on receipt of price, Si per box
for either. 3rs. PInkham froely avitwers all ltters of
inquiry. Enclose 3et. sta-up. Send for pamphlet.
LNo r'nmilouli. 1-- Without 1.DI A E. PIN .IIAM'S
aud torpidity of the ilvrt. 26 conta per box.
gydold by nil uggita.i ()
IHAS IEEN PROVED
Tho SUREOT CURE for
Doon alaino back or urordred urino indt
ato that you are a victin TlIEN DO NOT C
IIESITAT:I uso Kidney-Wort at once, (d ug- C
g13ta rcominenditrndI it wilttpedIly over- a.
oomo the diso ao a1 - toro healthy action, s
Ce For complaint peculiar ;
r n a ie to your sex, such e.s pain .
Vndwo:'.mnoses, Klidnoy-Wort i unsurpausaod.
as it will act promptly and nafoly.
EithorfSox. Incontinence, rotention ofurino, *
brick dust or ropy deposlts, and dull dragging C
0 pains, all speedily yi ctl to its curntivo power.
43- SOLD EY ALL rnUGGIST0S. Prico $1. 2
- - ~ c
(ilti fiashhi umd reineiet hare raipidly glving
grannil ii ie the adlvaillee of thlis conjtirig
spett'lic, a old mi falahtonerli (ilensim re'garti litind
lim lioit at at ltiite! iif enre,* lite heeilut 111 ex
liodei lby ith~el sucvss of Ithe great renov~aint, wvhichi
tionu tihe systelin, t.m Ifitlil7z the tirres, hocuira'
izi ta iami, dliiradeea ai-i miirwhr-is I ni blooi,
i t ! r li te imi .i imriniit, stmii 1.iontutes at
'r aie bya 1 .1,i in Iii tles i eraily
'11he Inh td and WOrlllesis.
atro mIever him P'tted or txofmterfelfeid. 'T us Is
espem'lally truem of it fanlmiy iuenlicine, and it. Ia
poda1tve pro if that tiho rentedy hmitated is of the
highest viduo. Atl sioon as it, hadl been (38ted
andl provedi by bhe whiole worldi that Slop lIitters
wats thte puiireat hiott sil most "ailuiable faitlly
enicineil Oil earth, ntianv iimliations sprung up
andt began tio steal thu not iees ini whlioh the press
aiimi tiie peope of ihe country had expressed 1th0
utieriti. of ii. Li., anel' ini every way trying to ini
diute atIlerinig iunvalis to use t.reIr mtuff instead,
exptitlint mnakie iluolOY til hOetrocht aind gtod
uminme of ii. 11. Many others started nostrnius
puit Up) ini sl'dar slyle to 11. B., withi variously
ievisertl imints in wich the word " hlop," of
"itopst" were used in aI way to '.ndutco peole
io believe they were tihe sao as llop Bitters.
Ai sitel preendedi reumotite or cures, no iatier
whatt thteirt 1.e io tr naome is, anti 0 peoially those
with It e ord I. 11)p ' or "11a p5" tn their natn1e
or inl any1 wtiy cthtnecto'l with themla or their nuine,
tire tz.tations or coilnutrfeita. Bewuare of them.
iouch nonei of thiem. Use nothing brLit genuine
llop B-iters, ih a buinoh or cluster of green
tL)1ts mon tiue wihite laibol. Trust nothing else.
tDrugglsts anti ditier~s arn warned uagaitist douiiug
ini Iiiit.ti io or monittet t-lls.
0 c a a
I.E.ILLER & O&
P T T SURGN. PA
Agonta Wanted1. Thte Cumlmniuntinmg Triumnpit.
A oplet (yojlla I f homusiehitdm knowleaid for tho
irieed, 'I.ustrater),iune Itn ini auithoi mlii. Mcnd for
Press notcenmani inIt pr ticularii now. Otiit mii intrute.
lionshbow toaell. 'ree to actumninagnntm. fincem ssguaran.
TF.his 51o ti n N.Yisger, o20
- V ii nti 1* - il~it i i n irm
ii acLiii .niwe tttei
Itis. 12 tns I'nnes c b
h si oithr $mt ih am co mbi 8ts
tando o b (n ined taentoilan if do
na ithnnhifCit of o thewt ist an o
sandniebrnhm'iit. dit.Oi at, tren~ tw f
My percelan-lined Pumps are manufactured
under license and buyers are guaranteed against
any and all claims from the Company holding the
patent. Dos fait to atke a note of
Carefull made , AL
of the most
Best Selected Valuable
The BLATCHI.EY PUMPS are for .sale by the
best houses In the tra o.
Name of my nearest agent will be furnished on
C. 0. BLATCHLEY, Manufaiturer
808 h ARKET ST., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
DEDERICK'S HAY P SjE,'SE
Are son' any iro on trial to< uaerato tga nat all at er
Preser-s, the cistomer kee -
Ing th one that suaita beae.
No one has ever dared show
ip any o'her Pres,. is
Dd rick'a' Press is known
to be beyonid comlptition.
and will bale at lessexpenie
with twice the rapidity and
load tun(ro in a car thnn any
. ther.Tihonly it)wny inferior
Inachlines can be s4hd Is to
decelro the Inexperienced
by ridliculooy fiole stnte.
niens, and thussell w'tIhout
ih <(r weeing, und swintli
the purchas- r. Working
any other P1ress alongpiel
0 Detlerlek's I Iwoy 11 usH
- 1 purchasrr a 1)ederick
Press, and all know it too
well to show up. Address for circular and locatIon
of Western anti Southern storehouses an't Agents.
P. K. DEDERICK & CO., Albany, N.Y
A4E N T.O W1oata't.RHenner M'f'z Cn.,Titttsur.-,PN.
RUP E5I'T O' COeebatse MRanirse fires
LOId Sng E1ot Guts at 542 tsp.
Double Barrel Breoich Loaders, 610 Up.
Forehandt & Wsasworth Choke boro -.149.
lf Ila'eeel Londislig 44ns10. at $14.40 up,
Is t asalt it rmeset Lcn ssIi (I I sssII aC 1 ia '.
toiSf amaost apparaead in h and Amorin tuuko.
All kinds of~sssig Isapsoteiansses aud arU.
clow rentured by - i.rtsname- sivoan tn:akerA.
.4I.4. C. 44RUSt at CO.. 71. 11ns-ket illt.,
Bond i-cent aianp for Prico-LWit. PL a us61 is in.
YOUNG MEN Vr** "nw"!,t' T*
sd be certain of y aituato, ra VALJ q
ROS. Juansaville. Wiscommt.
I . ~ treano Perbollsfesteredl
Dk. KIJNE'G REAT
'OrIITI5I TW & RA U8Rs3 tf
sirt for kYf, EpIl-r asnd Ntrea-/ rem&ns
INAJL: sit.:s i.' tnen as diectert %e f.le
fraiday3 tur. Treatise aid $2 trial bottlefrei -
Vlttleantsthey paying-expreaga~. Beti rias
. ad rres4s aditress to Dia. K61 B.,tl
OI...A Shglt.Phu i.rolsp. as . trecs I; Lpd rl
tailtalo a aciis s eltta~ i- a I in flCo .11
-ao uo life i'a-du': stir; ILsurv. Usiay nag
dhowingokup the.NewYora'ofato-,v. withiits alul .., its
Oountena teiahas, toa rog-n... Ac instay.Iatu lark crinca
In t is i or i n et 0 : n . t s al l a n ti
te tro n a sn ow ron
')er Conssnmition, Colds, Pneumosunta s,.
uensau, Iiron ahi D lifli'teler. lttaoneisitis,
&orENefienai A stinit Crtcp il 'oo. msg
Cougia, an all Dliasen es of han i rent lanu
rgans It Nooths snni bena s a s ~amsuhrnane
nithe Loun a, inisamed andl Isnionedl lby ther
ilseasae, ainffc rveta thessa nit swarst~ and.1
I~~(oa'nsmtion Is not a mnentrable asen Iiay.
HA UsH A 'Qt cur you, eves.
3O OARD A LARO0rF
wilh no l'EOr.'SMAu.nazN. AG ENI' a A
oand W1 cente for Lomploso outfit wit all the ohrousa
$4. AUMO 11 uit Laoxard in your own noumay.
Fr M on. I~adiesa, 1ioya ar Girn. Address,
l'OPLXs AAstNE, liui Us, Phils., Pa.
ANYBO DY CN NT A B lISHI A IJU5.
N l'.SS UN
asn ipvestyanont oft $2 that will pay #10 nor daty. EDI
bO Ml Ui81C CO., IPZ Chestnust ..trot, l't udnli., l'ia.
"4a)tW' A,.,4.46,l d Ou C E 7 trboe
ntLable, Dnrsabio anad Econu~orical, M/sunne 4
ne10 potetr esifA M4 A*." lned seaIts lsa asAy esbr
Me osi nsol lt tc with SO Autoumuo UO1-(
- rnd for ih t.setad (O~atre "J." for tlm'orati~p
is nnfahlinn. and I nfallt
S4~ buS~slin outring lipiinpf lo
URE ANIl'its, Spaarmnj. UJnnvul
sons, St. Vitus Daneo,
ing, 8ecrofuila -mda all
Norvous and IBland Dim.
facos. Ta Ulo rgysnien,
lAhwylr JitiAterary \fens
JIsndios anar' all whses
e fifyj i't ois Prastra.
baaosnla or 'Kidnnyojs, or
-whao requt~ira a ner5ve
rissinnt. IAMA R
, a T Ab Ni:ltVih INE in s.
NEVER FAILS. ";aia~s It thl',P,"
tht ny. r astninaod thet
asaial17 a a~atla nggist
TIlE DH1. 8. A. IJCIIMOND) MED~lICAL. CO,,
$5 DayM io~ $2 Sample Freo
A titroas G.on'i Ageneay, l. llndtson ot reet,N.Y.
DROPr Ns yasr the oe laub tisrm raf neo,
3hoapo Iuscriptn.masooks, for tolr "Praivato Cirou.
or to Ageunts." It will 'puzzlas" andt ARTOSOItI YOU.
The Impoved Tasic T~russ.
TIto only T'russ thast can bni worn weth ca-a uatght
andl rlay. Thei rcenst iianpro'vetneuat reitoia it ini .p"
sitiona ouder ths aieveora-t 'train. 'tna a lit5use jn
thor otty. Memaa for circuansto Iii laroYest E-las
lie 'rs. 4o.. 820 ansasid~, sisattway, cor.
?2hls Nts'eet. New~o Yorka i-l..
for thalt etylo of PaillI,AIID.I5PiIIA
Hl~iGERt, Erinaal toa asay Singer ins
Ilt nelorknt. .Rem<;mbehr, woc
- snH ft to 'eareeca in ?'wd b roie
y/oupaylfor (t, Tisitopunss
' tile other contpafntea retal fo.r
Es50. A ll Mrahns warranated f,~r
3(00n1. ftnd foar Titustratedt Cii
cilAlR1,P'S A. WOOD & CO.:
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