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A Now variety of plush work is to
adorn deep red or blue plush borders or
covers with appliques of silk previously,
worked in silk and gold upon linen in a
hand frame. 'The appliques are padded
before working in order to give the work
a raised effect when transferred to the
deep pile of the plush. An effective
method of decorating the dado of a por
tiere in olive serge is to out strips of
dark blue cloth, and dispose them in
the shape of a trellis work across it.
Baste them on, and then out out large,
bold flowers and leaves from maroon and
dark green satin sheeting. Group these
upon the trellis like a growing vine,
some of the flowers and buds passing
under the trellis, others lying upon it.
Baste or gum all in place; then use silks
and crewel to buttonhole stitch the
edges down. Work a coarse line of
brown crewel for the stem. The trellis
may be buttonholed with red or gold,
while the flowers and leaves look best
when worked with a shade correspond
ing to their hue. Vein the leaves and
point the flowers when all is finished,
and eocasionally touch the foliage with
deep red. A showy variety of this work
was made by using gold braid for the
trellis upon a ground of plush or dark
velveteen, and in this case the flowers
were partially embroidered and the
OAnBAGH AND Eae PoDDM.-Wash F
head of white cabbage and boil it unti)
tender in salted boiling water; thei
- drain it and chop it. Whilethe cabbage
is boiling boil sjx eggs hurd, remove
their shells and chop them rather fine,
break a quart bowl-ful of stale bread
into small bits; and mix together ovei
the fire one tablespoonful each of but
ter and flour, and when they are smooth
ly blended stir gradually into them f
pint of hot milk, a teaspoonful of sall
and a quarter of a saltspoonful of po
per. As soon as the cabbage is tende1
drain it, chop it line, mix it with tih
above-named ingredienta, put it into t
buttered earthen baking-dish, dubt the
top with fine bread-crumbs and quickl.
brown the pudding in a hot oven
Serve it hot as a veoetable dish.
BACON AND CABBAGE PUDDINO.-BoI
a pound of bacon for one hoar, puttinj
it over the fire in three quarts of cok
water. Meanwiile wash a medium
sized head of tender cabbage; at th
end of ain hour put it with the bacon
and bbil it until it is just tender, that ii
from twenty to thirty minutes. Thei
take the bacon and cabbage out of tho
water in which they wore boiled, ohol
them quite fine, mix with them a cup
ful of milk, threo eggs beaten smooth
two teaspoonfuls of mixed mustard, on
teaspoonful of salt, and a quarter of i
salt-spoonful of pepper; put all thesi
ingredients into a buttered earthei
biakig dish, cover the top with driet
bread-orumbs, and brown the -nddinj
in a hot oven. Servo it hot ais a vogeta
A rnarry table cover recently broughi
from Paris is made of old-gold satit
sheeting, with a border in applique o
dark blue cloth, worked with goh
thread and crimson silk. The shape o
this cover is ob~long, rather thanr square
and the twvo ends only are knottedl witI
fluffy tassels of combed-out crewel an(
* silk in all colors enmployed. Anothoi
table cover, suitable for library use, it
maude of avldide brown~ oloth, l horam
and corner designs heavily wvorked ii
dark brown silk and outlined with gok4
threads. Uold bends are used to enriel
various portions of the design, anad the
leaves are veinedl with gold.
head of white cabbage and puit it ovei
the lire to boil in plenty of salted boil
rug water. Feel twelve large piotatoes
and put thomn to boil with the cabibage
WVhen the cabbage and p~otatoes ar<
done drain off the water in which the'
were cooked, add to them four~ table
spoonluls of butter, a cupjful of goot
milk, or cream, if it is plentiful, a leve
teaspoonful of salt, and quarter of
saltspooiiful of p)epper; eliop) all these
inug1-edienta together; t hen heat them
and serve the colcannon hot as a vegeta
Naw ENoLAND THICKENED MiLK,
Put a quart of milk over the lire in i
milk boiler, or in a saucepan set in i
pan of boiling water; rub a tablespoon
t al of butter io tour tawlespooinuls o
tiour, then mix with them one level tea
spoonful of salt, one egg andl suflicieni
cold milk to form a stiff batter; poml
this batter into the boiling nmilk, ani
boil it again for ive minutes. Dou noe
try to break any lumps wvhich the batte>
may form when it is p~oured into the
boiling milk. UJse thne dish hot.
Naw ENGLAND PLU PouniDOE.---Piel
the sftems troml a pound of raisIns, p)u
them over thre fire in four quarts of cohl
wtaer, with a tablespoonful of butter
and.let them boil for onne hour. Thema
nilx four tabiespoonluis of flour smooth
ly with a pimt of cold1 water, and a tea
spoonful of salt anid four tablospoonftu
of sugar, andl stir it into tihe porridge
add (quarter of a saltpimfui of grated
nutmeg, and let the porridge boil two
nuinutes, stirring it constantly. Then
add to it a gill of wine or hailf a wane
glassful of brandy, and use it hot.
OLoDss for gaas chudieliers are re
imarkably hand some this season, TLhey
are not only elaborately engraved in
novel designs, but are o1 entirely now
shape,.largo, and1( open at the top, often
with tdrned rims whiich are handsomely
cut, or they are tinted or painted in
colored <tesigns. Chandeliers with six
or qight burners have a lower lanmp at
s tached to thomn tihe shade of whiceh is
usually of tinted or decorated glass.
Tis fashionable nowv to have scarfs
or lambrequins for the low shelf which
accompanies the long mirror exten. ing
from the ceiling almost to the floor in,
modern recop~tioni roomsP. Usually this
A - mirror occupies thne cenitre of the room,
* where an open grate would ordinarily
- be placed, while the mirror wvhich was
formerly uniiversally found between the
windows is replaced by a long and val
unable painting, or, in some eases, by
shelves for bric-a-bi-ac.
BUT'TONH play quite an importanit part
in home decoration of am expensivel
kind. -Ordinary pearl buttons are unsedl
- upon deep colored velvots or plush, andl
sewn on in geometrical or fancy pat
terns, making a bordering whlichi is ex
ceedingly effect ive. The result is still
botter when thne body of the curtain is
~ of a different color, and the design oar
ried out in pearl buttons is limited to
A NovEL and costly lounge Is wade of
Persian rugs and deep toned velvet.
h arrow gimp of varied color, to harmon.
ize with the. eastern hue of the rug,
edges the seat, and a handseme donbl~
e'-enille fringe gives a beautiful finish
4o th ovt rpr
OuiwnMBN frequently make original
Application of Scriptire texts or trite
proverbs. A little girl four years -old,
dauhter of the rector ol a church in a
neig boring. city, had ten cents given
to her to spend. She made some foolish
purchase, which was in pieces -*before
she reached home, fer father had a
long talk with her, and in the course of
it quoted, "A fool and his money are
soon parted," impressing the lesson by
every means he possessed. Some Sun
days after, in Sunday school, the plate
being passed, she had to think for a text
to say as is the custom on making the
contributions. Finally dropping her
money into the plate, she recited trium
phantly, "A fool and his money are
A Hotel Maii Luck,
Mr. J. 0. Tyler, chief clerk at the Union
Depot Uotel, Ogden, had rheumatism in
the muscles of the chest and left shoulder.
By applying the Great German Remedy
three days he realized complete restoration
and he Is of the opinion that there Is noth
Ing equal to the St. Jacob's Oil for pain.
The Great German Remedy is also a speci
fic for burns and spraine.-Salt Lake
A GIRL's delicate irony: Kosciusko
Murphy, who is remarkable for his
large, generous ears, has bad a falling
out with Miss Emeralda Longeoffin, an
Austin belle, towards whom lie haid been
suspected of entertaining matrimonial
intentions. Somebody asked him the
other day why he and Miss Longeoffin
were not out buggy-riding as much as
usual, to which Kosciusko replied that
he did not propose to pay buggy 'hire
for any woman who called him a donkey.
"I can't believe that Miss Longeoflin
would call any gentleman a donkey ?"
was the reply. "Well, she didn't come
right out and say I was a donkey, but
she might just as well have said so.
She hinted that much." "What did
she say?" "We were out riding, and it
looked very much like rain, and I said
it was going to rain on us, as I felt a
rain-drop on my ear, aud what do you
suppose she siud?" "I have no idea."
"Well, she said, 'that rain you felt on
your ear nity he two or three miles off.'
**Fnools take to themselves the res
pecL given to their oflice." But Kidney.
Wort commands respect for its own solid
merits, tested, tried and founi not want.
ing In any essential principle required ro
the cure of dyspepsia, piles, malaria, and
all dieases of the kidneys, bowels and
- liver Prepared in dry and liquid forn.
AW lhe Scarlet, Cardinal Rled, Old
Gol, Navy blue, Seal Brown, Diamond
Dyes give perfect results. Any fasilona
ble color, 10 ceints.
How she shocked him: A good old
preacher of the Methodist persuision
olliciated one day at a funeral in Mar-ia
ohusctts, and at the close had a word of
inquiry and advice, as is the local eus
ton, with many of the audience,
Among others he approached a iady, a
st-anger to him, who was visiting in the
nieightborhoodl, and, alter shiakiing hnands,
asked her if she was on the way to lieu
ven. "'Yes," she promnptly anisweredl,
"and if you come that way I shounld be
pleasiied to have you call.'' Tihe good
old man, horrified at such seemning levi
friend, sitting near, remoustrated with
Mrs. - ., who, still miore hiorrilied at
her istake, sand she uinderstoodl him to
ask if shne wasm on her way to Hiudson,
where she lived.
Liver, Kidnay anid flrsght's Disease.
A medicine that destroys tine germ or
cause of Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Kid
ney and~ [Aver Complaints, and has power
to ro->t them &ut of the system, is above
all price. Buchb a medicine is Hop Bitters
and~ positive proof of this can be found by
one trial, or by asking your neighbors who
have beein cured by it..
Foun is very near-aighated. He left
his gisses at hiome tihe other (lay and.
- ishing to know the time of day and
hain'ig no watch, hc masked a street bnoy,
at the same time p)oinmtinig upward to tine
Old South Clock: "Honiny, what time is
it?" Theli urebin lookcd at Fogg with wide
open01 eyes. A folow-einig made him
woindrouis kinid towaird his interloentwr.
Said lie, "'I can't tell time inithor I'"
Dr. inur-a vegetai blu wrm syrupi.
is one of the most pleasant or p~alatable
preparations for worms we have ever
known. It is thoroughly eillcaciouts, ando
never reqmires any other imedheine to3 carry
it oiT aifter using it.
Anny happy: D~eacon Jones wins happy
indeed when hie wams told that his danugh
ters, the dear girls, hind goine to the re
vival. Their mother dlidn't tell him
that it was a revival of "'Pinafore."
Possibly shne didn't think it inecessary,
lIe was happy and the girls wiere happy;
therefore, why siny more ?
No-rmic -Johna I. Saini, Counnselor
at-iLaw, Broaidway, New York, gives
special attention to collejction of claims
against Produce anmd Comission dealers,
AsND this is a Oambhridge lady. Yes,
little boy you maiy give lie' your seat in
the oar, and she wvill not thnanik you, tut
you will re-amve then reward oi virtue
and a a -yve cold on the frontf plaitform.
How to) shorten Life.
The receipt is simple. You have oiily
to take a violent cold, aind neglect It.
The great English surgeon, asked a lady
who told himi shne only hadh a cough:
"What would you have? The plague?"
Beware of only "couighs." The worst
cases cain, however, be cured by Dr. Wan.
Hall's Jialsani for the Lungs. in Whoop.
ing Uough andi~ Croup it imnmediiately al
lays irritation, andc is sure to preveint a fa
tal termination of the disecase. Sold by
all diruggists andi dealer's in medicine.
YouNO TIo(mpkins (thiinking to take a
rise out of Pat)-"Whny, 'ou've got
that lfppe upsaide dowin, Pad dy 1" Pat
--"Rledad I any fule cnd radc it the
oilier way 00op1" (Calmly goes on with
*Whnen the fountains of life are not cor
rup~ted andemnbittered by suiffering; wihen
the functions ot wonminhood are strictly
normal, woman lhte is like music, with no
discord to jar her delicate sensibilities sand
break the viral and organic harmony. Buit
many who suffer from vital anid functional
diteorders have found immedtiate relief and
a permuanent cure by usimng Mrs. Laydia EC.
Plnkhamn's Vegetable Comipoundi.
Uses of cant: "Cant,'' says Emerson,
"is useful to provoke common senso,"
It is also useful, with an apostrophe,
when a doubtful friend aks you to. lend
him live dhAri.
The well-Itnown unhealthfulness of rub
ber boots and shoes is now ingeniously
overcome by means of an elastic middle
sole, which forA'a part of the permanent
sote, and is constructed with compressible
air cells. connected with a tube which ex
tends from the cells to the top of the leg.
The weight of the t'ody at each step com
presses the elastic sole and forces the - air
from under the foot out of the tube; upon
the weight being removed, as in the act of
walking, the atmospheric pressure or suc
tion supplies fresh air. and thus at ouch
step foul air ts expelled and fresh air ad
mitted to the foot. The foot rests upon a
leather insole, and does not come in con
tact with the rubber, therefore it is not
"drawn," as in ordinary rubber boots. As
by this arrangement the foot cannot sweat
it does not become galled, tender, or chill
Dr. Callier Surprised.
Vegetine Cured his Daughter.
CALLImRnvILLE, Chllton Co., Ala.,
May 1 , 1878.
Dear Sir,- y daughter has been aftlited with
nasal catarrh, affection of the bladder anti kidneys,
and is of scrofulous diathesis, and, after having
exhausted my skill and the most eminent physi
clans of 8eelna, I at last resorted to the use of your
VoECTINE (wIthout conidence), anti, to my great
surprise my daughter has been restored to health.
I write ihis as a simple act of justice, and not as
an advertising medium.
T. E. CALLIER, 3!. D.
GnIoos.VILLD, ILL., July 80, 1878.
II. R. STEVENS, Boston:
Dear Bir,-ly only object in giving you this tes
timonial is to spread valuale Informnation. Ilav
Ing been badly afiieted with Liwer ComptaIaft, I
was induced by some of my friends to try your
VRoETINH; ani before I had used halt of the bot
tle I found that I was deriving great benefit by It.
I had used other meilcInes but could not ay that
they helped me in the least. I pronounce your
medicine far ahead of any ot her, and can cheer
fully recommend it to any one in need of duoh a
Inc icine. Yours resp' ,IARY KNEELAND.
Two Bottles Cured Mo.
WATEiLoo, IoWA, Oct. 9, 18Ts.
T1. R. STEVENS, Iloston :
I have been troubled with maier Complafit and
disorders of the stomach and have taken many
preparations without effect, but after taking two
bottles of VicaETNi I ain as woll as over I was.
S. A. LINCOLN.
We are personally acquainted with Mr. Lincoln,
and know (the above) his statement to be true. We
have sold large quaititius of VEHOTINK slid our
customers speak well of it for the comphiitiits for
which It is recommended.
WA NG LXt HitOS1,
Druggists and Booksellers, NN aterloo, Iowa.
Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists,
:Dr. S. Sisbee's External Pile 1Remedy
Gives instant relief and Ia an infililio
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Sold by iruista crwiere. P'rie a1l0 per box
~n all an taerers, by P. Neustacedt r & Co., i ox 3946.
hew York City. Solomanacturers of "Anaketta.,
e FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF
-No othor disoaso-iaiso provalent in this ooun.~ M
Stry as Constipation, and so romedy hail over,
e*equallcd tho colobratod Kdnoy-Wor's se a
E oure. Whatever theocause, however obstinate
(" [ho case, thai. remedy will overcome it. a.
'2 PD LES,p' b;"g;" .o*"s
6 complicated wihosia on. Kidney-Wort "I
e.. strengthens tho weakoiie parta an quickly s
SGoures allkindaacf Pilea even whena r hyuiolans g
Sand medicines have before failod. c
?2- IWIf you havo either ot thocso troubles 'o
SPRICE ei. USE Drruslatat Sell a
Ilemembher that stamina, vital energy, the lifo
principle or wheatiever you may choose lo call tie
reststant powers which b~attles aigain'it the cautses
of disease and deaith, is the' grati safeguard of
health. Itls the gaxrrisoni of tale huiian fortress,
and when it waxes wveak,the lrite policy is to throw
in reinforeitents. lin oilher wvord s, *hn auch an
emergencvy occitrs commiienicO a course of 1los
tetter's hitters. l'or sale' by Druiggiata anid Deail
twomappaly for Hlostetter'as Aiiianao for
Nothiug in the world equal to i for thie
Cure of sorofeta, Pliples, Sol.e, letter, Old Sore,
sore Eyes, hierdiurll iseaases, Catarrh. los, of
Appetile, female ComplaInt. and aii Blood
diseases. it ,taar fall.. Alu drusgtt and
Country slte keepers coil it. R. R. sellers
a Co., P'rop'., PHi t.harsh, on er ery h.ot te.
A diENTM WANTEDI for the lint aid F'astesit
selliag Pictorial aooks~ aind ibles. P'rices re
ed at po ciit. 3 ATit)MA f, P'Ui . 00. P'hilada., Pa
us ha uas iaitv crid f.r tho nbovn iae. a itit
gatia he e c.hanc e e i , en tron n.otli
Da ualro. Tiv A, reui, 1'.0. reartr ., o o
AGENTS en~o ent-,prot aoig
Wo rld forr Pl t c TEn. Pro
Thnos answering asn advertienmann
will confer a favoruspon haeadyertiser
and itse publistser by statting tent ese'y
saw She a h89 oitgsnnent Its h is joternal
Tn Mormons must go: Two old
friends, eminently respectable citizens
of Chicago, who hadn't met in several
months, encountered each other at W
Cincinnati hotel. After a little chat one
of them a9nounoed his purpose of
changini his residence to Canada,
His friend expressed great surprise,
where upon the former. whispered the
explanation in his ear: "What nonsense,
old boy," was the responsive exclama
tion. "Don't think of it. All folly.
Don't you know that the anti-polygamy
bill applied only to Mormons ?"
The druggist who hesitates now is lost
for the winter. lie should sling together
some sweet oil and liquorice and bring out
his cough oure at once. Dr. Bull's Congh
Byrup does not pay him enough proldt.
Tna Ohinmee bill: "Them 'ere pig
tails is going, I see," said Bill Soaker,
as he braced up against the sunny side
of the fence. "Perhaps an honest man'll
get a chance to work now." "Hello,
Bill, want a job this morning?" hastily
inquired a business man. "Well, not
this inorning, I guess. 'S up all night;
don't feel well; had the rheumatism for
a week; wife ain't giving me nourish
ing food lately; she's grown lazy; only
goesout washiug tsce a week nowa
days. Len' me a quarter." But Bill
was left to sun himself.
***"&What is bred in the bone, will
never out of the flesh." But rheumatism,
piles, malaria, constipation ana all other
confluents from derangements of the func
tions of the liver, kidneys and bowels will
"outof the flesh" without fail after the
thorough use of Kidney-Wort, the cure
for all such diseases.
JlWiYEvery color of the Diamond Dyes
Is perfect. See the samples of the colored
cloth at the druggitts. Unequalled for
"HELLO, Bill I why ain't yer been out
playin' any lately?"
"Oh I cause I've been keepin' lent I"
"Keepin' lent I Well, what d'ye keep
it for. Why can't yer bring some of it
out an' divide it round ?"
"Wish I could, but ye see that's what
lent happens ter be. It's just knookin'
off on everything yor wanter do."
"Oh ! that's the taste of it, eh? Guess
yer better take it back in the house
with yer then. We don't want any ?"
All kidney and urinary complaints, es
pecially Bright's Disease, Diabetes and
Liver troubles, Hop Bitters will surely and
lastingly cure. Cases exactly like your
own have been cured in your neighbor
hood, and you can ftmn reliable proof at
home of what Hop bitters has and can do.
LrERnARY: They were riding in the
horse ear' past the poet's door, when
one of the ladies remarked, "That's
Longfellow's home." "Is it?" respan
ded the other carelessly. "Yes," said
the first, "and don't you admire 'Excel
sior?'" "No, I don't," replied lady No.
2, with energy. "I hate it. There's
nothing like curled hair, after all,
though husks ain't so bad; but I
wouldn't have Excelsior again in the
Vegetine.--"Thie hfe of all flesh Is the
blood thereof.'' And no one can possibly
be0 healthy wheni the blood Is diseased.
Vegetine is composed of substances identi
cal with healthy bloodl; and when taken
iuto the oyatem~ for tht- re of diiamsne, It
Is absorbed, and repla.s. e defieiency
which caused the disease.
IT is calculated that in .London a child
is born every five minutes. This must
be stopped.-Elmira F9ree Press. A
child that is bojin every five minutes
must be a world of trouble and expense
to its parents. R~oohsester Herald.
Thils is stupidity to which it is not pos
sile to do justice. The Itocet~cr
1/rraid muust be taken uip and educated
with a shingle.
Any person having a bald head sand
failing to see the benefit to be derived
from thle great petloleum1 hair renewer,
Carbolinicas now improved and perfected,
in the face of the vast, number of testimo
nisle from our very best citizens, is surely
going It blind.
WAtl, synnIErL boys: It having been
rep~ortedL among the b)oys that Johuny
wvas busted, Johnny called in Tom and
Sumny anid showed them 1he contents
of his poc'kets, consisting of t wenty comn
monier, six alleys, teni agates and three~
chmnese. .Johnny is aL nice bo(y and his~
credit is fully restored.
Grocers, Farmers, receipt, for imakhig
c-heap goodl vinegar, c'nommo and1( white
wine, no fraud-20) cents (silver) and
stamnps. 0. BENNEai, Lowell Mrssachu
Tfnx Shilling Shocker is the name ol
a portable battery sold1 in London, by
means of which a shock is administered
to any p~art of the body of any required
strenigth. 'Ihe Shilling Shocker ought
to be a valuable assistant in the training
of husbands or the subjugation of moth
e'ra by marriage.
For dyspepsia, inidigestion, depression
of spirits and general debility, in their va
rIous forms; also as a preventive against
fever andl ague and other iermittent
fevers, thme "Ferro-f'hosphorated Elixir of
Cahsay'a,'' nmade by Caswell, Hazard & Co,
New York, sold by all Druaggists, is the
best tonle; and for patients recovering
from fever or other sickness, it has no
Asbestos has recently been used as an
Quick, comnp lete cure, all annoying Kidney,
Biudder and Uuinamy Diseases. $1. Drugglete,
Fon lI uiei HSADS, heavy stomache, bilious.
neess-W ells' Mlay i pple Pills. 10 and 25e.
.eat not sensible to the thermometer is
termned "latent heat.''
Lyon's Patent Heel Stiffener the only
invention that makes old boots straight as
Muscaino, the eCtivei poisoit of mush
rooms, is directly antagonizedl by atropis.
Ailen's Brain Food.
(Cures Nervous D)ebility and Weaknmes
of Generative Organs, $1 all dru.tgists
Sendl for circular. Allen's Pharmacy
313 First av. N'. Y.
-A t a recent Vermont squirrel hunt
b~y two teams of eighteen men each of
tan wvinners counted 13,090 to the losers'
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve itesterer is time
marvel or t he ago for all nerve diseases. All
nte stepped ir'e. Bend to 9st Arch street,
Use your leisure time for improve
TWE GMEAT GERMAN
.--- FOR PAIN.
SBelieves and cures
Soreness, Cuts, Bruises,
And all other bodily aches
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold by all Druggists and
gDealers. Directions In 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
(duccessors to A. voOELEa at 00.)
d *" aithre, Md., U.. A.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Curo
For all those Painfrli Complaints and Wealknsset
so cormmon to our best femalo population.
A Medicine for Woman. Invented by - Woman.
Prepared by a Woman.
The Oreatest Medleal Discovery Slito the DAWn of History.
tErlt revives the drooping spirits, invigorates a nd
harmonizes the organic functions, gives olasticity and
firmness to the step, restores tho natural Istro to t he
eye, and plants on the pale cheek of woman the fresh
roses of life's spring and arly summer tine.
taT'Physicians Use it and Prescribe It Freely.-"
It removes faintness, Iatulency, dcstroys all eravIng
for st imulant, ant relloves weakness of the stonaeh.
That feeling or bearing down, causing paln, weight
and backaceto, is always permanently cured by its use,
For the care or Kidney Complaints of either sox
this Compound is unsurpasc'.
TDIA P.. PINKHAM,1'8 11LOf)D P1UP11evit
VI i radicate every 1el g(11. Hunt11-1s trout tile
;1o"Q4 taui give tono and t riI gnit to tho ysti
P#an woman or child. Insist on having it.
Both the Compound and Blood Purifter arc prepared
at 233 and 23 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass. Price of
either, L 8ix bottles for $5. Sent by nail In the foral
of pills, or of lozenges, on receipt of price, $1 per bos
for either. Mfrs. Pinkhan freely answers all letters of
inquiry. Encloso 3ct.stamp. Send for pamphlet.
No family should he without LYTIIA E. PINKTA'lf
LIIVEaI1111.1.. They c uro constipation, biliousnv&s
and torpidity of the liver. 25 onts pr oux.
i*rSold by al Dirlggits.-D (1)
I8 A 8URE CURE
for all diseases of the, Kldneys and
-- LIVER -
Ihas speciflo action on thin moat important
organ, enabling it to throw off torpidity and
inaotion, stimulating the healthy secretion of
the 2i1e1 and by keeping tho bowols in free
oondition, efibeting its regular discharge.
Mlar I f yo aronuffering from
a anaarahave the chills,
aro bilious. dyspoptio, or constipated, Kidiioy.
Wort will surely relieve and cquiekly cure.
In the Spring to olcanso tho Bystem, overy
one slloukt tseko a tlhorough course of it.
U1- SOL.D BY DRUOOISTS. Price Si.
If you arc sick Ihop liters wvill surely aid Na.
ture in making you weli when all else fails.
if you are costive or dlyspeplic, or are suffering
from any oilher of tile numerons diseases of tilt
Stomiacho or bowels, it is your own fault if you re
main ll, for 111op litters are a sovereign remtedy ii
all such compl~lauita
ii you are wasting away wih any form of Kid
ney disease, slop temupting D~eath tIls momlent
and turn for a cure to 110op iitters.
if you are sick wih that terrible sickness, Nor
vousness, you will ilnid a "Blmis in GIilead" itt slt
use of flop llltter c.
if you are a freuenter, or a resident of a mlins
nmatio district, barricade youir systemi against thi
scourge of all coultrics-mairial, epidemiii, bil
tons, and intermlittent fevers-by the use of lloj
If you have rough, pImply, or sallow skinl, bat
breath, jatns and aches, and feel iseralie ge-n
eraily, Ilop ilters will give you fair skiln, ric
blood(, andi swecetest breath1, healthi, and com0fort..
hI short they e~inre amll Diseases of thme stoniachl
Bowels, lilond, l.iver, Nelves, Kineays, Biright'
Disease. $500 will be paid for a case they will lie
cure or help.
Thlat poor, bedridden, Invalid wife clster
moi her, or daughter, can be madtte thme pdcturje o
deall h, by a few botiles of flop litlers, continj
but a thel. WVill you let them auffer ?
PonnsyliI A;1iculteralVWorkiYork, a
AddARss . .. ork, Pa.
LURES WilLt ALL 1111 FAlLS.
Us i im.Sodby drgists
for this style of i'iIJLAiJJIgpigA
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* ond ft to be mmUmfcbejore
/OU payfor ff. Thislsthosamt
style oilher companies retail fer
50h. Alu Machinee warranted tea
5years. Send for JillustrmtedlCir.
cular and Testimonials. Addrom
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aecording to its predi
Has anbinaaenrate he
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W ' Ba~roter oeel
A at todollars.mee
-the weather. It is a1
without our Tado Ma
ment, as bolows
We will refundourx u
My pordhtatn-flned Pumps are manufactured
under I cons and buyers are guaranteed against
any and allcl ims om the Company holding the
patent. Don' /fad to mae eseio of
Careflt made mst. AL
0V t:he most.
Best Selected ai'luab's
The BLATCHLEY PUMPS are for.esate by the
best houses In the trade.
Name of my nearest agent will be fkralshed sa
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. 08 MARKET ST., PHILADELPHIA, PA.V
When I say curo I do not mean merely to stop them
f'or a tlio and then ia- - themn return agai I mean
a radileal eutro. I have ..ado thodisease or VATS, EPI.
LEPiY or FALLING 8IUKNE4S a life-long study.
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cause others have failod is no reason for not now re
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postoillco. Itcos t i othin for a trial. anJt I will
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YOUNG MEN w" waliot"? **It
beILArtain of, alstuation, adrewe VALE
08.& Janeila Wisconsin.
If you are a sufferer with this terrible disease, you can
learn something to your interest by reading our new
pamphlet, which gives full particulars as to the cause Of
Rheumatism and Neuralgia, and the manner of treatment
requirt-d to effect a permanent cure. Do not fail to read
it Sent free on application. Address
R heumatio Syrup Co., Rochester, 1I, r.
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ony cease a t bor urn it ancom aur
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3Nsmay U" St she World
Dbentory Diarrb a,
Fever and Ague
Bore Throat j
Looseness, D1arrhea. Cholera Morbus Or Piatntu
Discharges Iromi thbe owels are 1d i o 150o
20 nnutes by taking RIadway's itel ltete. No
congestion or indaninution, no weaknesm or lasat
tude, wdil follow the use of I h it. ILI. 11010.
IT WAS THE FIRST AND 18
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
That instantly stops the most exeruelating paim
allays Inlamtmations, and - cures Congestioa i
whether of the Lings, 4toIach, lowels or othe
glands or organs, by une applicatin.
IN FROM ONETO TOTWINT.Y MINUT ES.
No matter how violent or excruelating the pain.
the ltheumntio, lied-ritten, Iunrin, Cr ppied,
Nervous,Neuralgto or prottrated with diseae -
may suiter, HAl WAY'S iICADY itIEltF WLh
allord luetant ease
INFLAMNIATION OFTjiC KIDNEYS,
INFLLAhtMA''iuN UVI I'll 5i0ADDhtt.
LNFLAMM ATION OF 'I'llK UOW E1.8,
CUONUESTION OF TlH 1.UNUa. '
PALPITATION OF TH ilEA RT,
HtYSTERICS, UlOUP, CA'l'AltItIt
COLD CilI LLS, AGUX 0llith,
NERVOUSNESS AND SLEtEPLE88NES8
The applicatIon ot the Ready Relief to the pmn
or parts where the pain or difliculty exist wh4
atlrd ease and couilor.
Thirty or sixty drops in half a tumbler of waio
will in a few inunittes cure Cramps, Spruins
RourStomach, lIeartburn, SIck Ilead ache, Dial
rhea, )ysentery, Collo, Q lnd In the Dowels, ate
all Internal lains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of Rad
way's Reay lelief witlh them. A few drops it
water will prevent sickness or pains from chal
of water. It is better than French Brandy or
ters as a stimulant.
MAL ARI A
IN ITaS VAlt10US Fork.
FEVER AND AGVE.
PW ER AND AGUR cured for 50 cta. There it
not a renedial agent in this world that will cuie
Fever and Agoe, and other 31alarious, lllon4
Scarlet, Typhoid Yellow and otlier fevers (aide
bY DWEAYVI 1 l1,S) so quickly as A D WAYIL,
ilitA Y RI.IHii.
Fally Cents Re Bottle.
TH8 GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.,
For the cure of Chronic D1isase,
Srofula or Syphilitio, hereiditary or
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191i, Ihi .kiir gI let. i'i itin. i''rou Al ro.Ltt .
hyitihinI to ('umpuinls, ileedin~g oft the Lumg4t Dys
Wisalaer Brash,'l'ie Dailoreux, Whlite hwu.
lngs,i'luinors, lilcers, iskin andu 1ll> Disca~ws,
AlIeruirhza itisenses, F-entale Comnpii uts, (lout,
D~ropsy, 8,dt licum, llronuchitls, Conumption,
Liver Complaint, &c
Not only ilOeR the Sarsenparilhlan Tlesolvent e,
cei all retnedai agehis. a In ire cuIre of Un rot
Softdous, Cnastitutiolnal anid SkIn Disoeaes,u
Sis a posiulve cUre for'
Kidnoy and Blallder Complaints,
Urinary and WVomb Diseases, (Gravel, Dlabete..
D~rop~sy, stppago of Water, Inconltineneco of
Uriaie, Biright s Diseaise, Albuntinairla, and In all
cases where there are brick--dust depoiislzs, or the
water in thick, cloudy, mixed with substances like
the white of an egg, or thireads like white silk, or
lhere is a mnorl)'d, dark, bilious appearaince sad
while bone-dlust eposits, and when there Is a
prIcking, burnIng sensation when passinm water-.
andi pain1 lin the sin 'I of the back and along I '..
lIns Hid by a igglsts. Pit1UEl, ONE Dl,-.*
One bottle contaIns more of the ative princt.
pes of M1edicines than any other Preparation.
fuken ini teiaihotiu dtoses, whiilo others bequir.,o .
five or six t n i uch.
R ADW AY'S
Regulating Pills! 4
Perfeot, Purgative, Sonthing, A peri
Onts. Act without Pamn. Alwagya
Reliable and N4atural.
A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOil
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated wIth sweet
gni, purge, regulate, purity, cleanse and streng- Kt
IIAnwAY'S Prrj..g for the cnre of all disorders of
the Stomach, LIver, flowels, Kirinqy I ladlder,
nCTVous Iseases loss of Apletit hendache,
ConstipatIon, Cosllveness, .Indigestion, Dlyspep. j
sla, iouar'ies, Fever, Tnflacnatin of the
Bowels, P'lies and all derangemnents of the inter
na yIniea ly ee tablo con taIning no me~
Lw" Observe the following symptoms resulting ~
flom Diseases of the iiestive Organs; Conista pm.
tlin Inward P'iles, Fit iess of Blood In thle
liead, A chdit of the Stomach, Nausea liforthurn,
Disgust of ood, Fullness or Weight in the Sio0
mnach, Sour Ernetations SinkIng or Fluttering at
the Heart, Choking or tufferln SensatIons wh en
in ayinpost-uro, Dimness o~ Vislon, Dots ocr a
Websuerre tne Signt, Fever and dull Pamt in the
Head, Deilleenc of Persairation. Yellowness of
the Skin and~ yes P'aln In the 8hio, (Uhest
Li ,and Sudden klusles of Heat, lBurning in
A few (doses of RAnWAY'S PrITS will free the
mystem fronm all the above-named disorders.
SOLD BY DRUGUISTrS.
Priee, 95 Cent. Per gBox.
READ. "FALSE AND TRUE"
Waren ? lettr nat to RADWAY &00., No. 81
'U, formation worth thousanis stIll be sen*
tyo, To the Pub to,
fib sure ad ask for RADWAy's, and see that the
flate 'XRai wr li on what you buy,
YOUNG M EN Ifu ai ann ,ean Toe
iH ALL' S
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a ..anl prevets the n1 gsweatsan
u fie eeq~o hest neualib,:nasy,
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