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A HousuasPcBR's Davlxos.-We have
white cotton fissi Inittens Always for
hanging out clothes in wiuter. They
are kept In thebolothiespiu Wag or clothies
basket, and are always handy when
washday comes. Did you know that
cotton flannel mittens were a perfect
source of comfort to wear while making
beds, dusting, sweeping, etc, in cold
rooms? .They., are easily and oheply
made. -Wohave; too wuoh regard for
intellectual4 improvPment:to reoommend
quilt piecing that requires time and
thought and valnaWe msterial, but one
rainy afternoon we colleated the little
rolls of calico and gingham that had
acoumulated during , the year, chose
sample patterns, one brisk-tgeredl gir;
sat down to the sewing machine, while
two more out out pices to keep her
busy, and by bed. time we had a pretty
quilt covering, with the trifling expense
of one spool of thread, Where there
are several menfolks in a family, to
wear out heavy wool material, the backs
of coats and pants, whore there is not
much wear upon the fabrio, cut into
squares and pieoed together upon the
sowing machine, lined with cheviot,
made heavy witb otton batting and a
layer of nour-saoking-paper, and tied
with knitting cotton, make an excellent
substitute for a buffalo robe. Ve have
a robe of this kind, for common use,
that has seen three year's service, and
is as good as ever, and is voted by the
family more comfortable than any bufia
REED 3UIDS, STRWID PJULADELPHIA
STYLA.-Pluck the birds carefully, leav
ing on the heads, draw them and fill
them with the. following force-meat:
For a donen lArds mix together two
ounces each of veal and ham, finely
chopped; season the moat with a salt.
spoonful of grated nutmeg or powdered
mace, quarter of a saltspoonful of pop
per, and a level teaspoouful of salt.
After the birds are well filled with forco
meat lay them in-a saucep~an just large
enough to hold them, dust over them
a tablespoonful of flour, add to them at
Uablspoonitul of butter, and suicient
boiling water to cover them; cover the
saucepan closely, and stew its contents
slowly for twenty minutes. Thon serve
the birds in the glItvy foimed in cok
MODERN dwarf book-cases, wh ioh con..
Ki-it simply of a sot of ash, walnut or
ebolJized shloves with the top, enclosed
in an ornamental rail and a slender Pole
1rom1 which to suspend a curtain, are a
;reat improvement on the eumlersome
old eatiedral-like rectptacles for forgot
ten literatnre. They stand lat againist
it wall, occupying little spico, 1101d
miany books, iind the top sorves the par
Pose of a smlld abinet in the opportun.
aIy it aflords for t11 displhy 0 a fittw
ahl2'. of good cliial and smalli easel
A L'ovEL1Y patnel is made of a strip of
black satin embroidered witi pinks.
T,he top and bottoiu are limisied with
I wo-iinch lbanids Of scarlet plush, tndti
Ibte lower edge li also a bordor of silk
hatills of different shades of red; a brass
wire is instuied to tlo top and a silk
4 Old With which to sisEoniu it.
AN elegant lamtbrequin may be nmade
of diark crimnson plush, volvet or velve
talen. TheIin put on), in diagonal lines
a bout, three iches apartt, rows of thmn
1bra5s crescents. lriimsh the edge with
.-. row Ir ailk enna, ,yng eia'ah one1 to a
eroscent. with a silk cord, and then fas
tenl to the0 velvet, with the same11 cord.
'.L'o wvash white tlanniels with~out
.ihrinking thomn make a goodl 51uds of
hauling water, and add a tabilespoonful of
iaqlua-ammiionaai, amt1( whout scatldinig hot
pou on ver thle 11ainel. D o not rub on
a board, but, if convoeiet, uis a poun
dear. Raise in hot water antd wring as
drty as possible anud hanig in the hot snn
A NOw tramne for small mirrors and
pictturea hats the top) and1 left side ab,>ut
one-halt the wvidthi of the bottom and
1 ighit side. It is covered with plush,
and1( a small owl placod1 on a perch orna
mlents the upper. right-band corner,
IT is moie important in covering the
wanlln of a new house toJ select maiterials
and p)attoirna inutrmsically good aind sui
It rble than somiething that has the last
I tich of fashion-for fashlions, oven in
wall papers, Oluiiugo, while the p~rhmci
plea which tunderlio true art and1( litiness
To cxt1raoi ink fromi cotton, silk or
woolenl goods, dip the spota in spirits
inrpenhnc, and let ia remain for several
hours; then rub thiorouigly betwen the
hands, and it will all -disappear without
chantiginlg either the color or texture of
THE latest at 10e for p~aror stoves is a
combination of brass, iron andi tiles.
Th'ie facings are of polished brass, while
the interior is of hutmmeord iron, and1(
eneausittic tiles foirm ia fraime work be
InIeenl the~ miantel tand t he grate.
Trun latest cof is a reversible.
oine. Th~e c'ofl' s ' d in the topI
anud thle water .i flm. As sooni
acs the water boi 'a y' is quicidy re
versedl, anid by tio sioW process of ill
teruing excellenat cofloq is procured.
Sias for the diinnor table are made
in linen crasha, thle ends being hand
som'ely dcorated in drawn work, and
lbilihed itith a deeply knotted fringe.
Ocecasionalhly designs are worked up~on
ihe whole length in filosello or crowecl.
.[JAflER boxes are very muc~h in de.
iaaud. 'iThy are made in fancy leathers
of cycry kinmd, and sre either richly em
biossed or tooled in colors, or very often
decorated by fret-wvork carving, whlich
is cartve'd ouit upon01 folds of douiblo leat h
PkoiIruliii are now miado in terra cotta
turcomnan cloth, with a deep dado of
stamuped velvet or lusha, and finished
off with a short ball frmnge. For 1001)
ing back bainds of the stitamped imaterill
IIOLBEIEN work ii the most suitable
hor the decoration of the scarfs which
are fashioiiable for the top) of cottage
pianos. The design nho'uldl be worked
aonly in the ends amnd flu'1qhed .off with a
knotted linen himge.
'THE last invention for the comfort of
invalids takes. the form of a chair which
is capable of no less than 180 different
imovements. Formed upon an i'english
model it is the work of an American
Pnnmi' and inexpensive screeus can
so maide by covering an ordinary clothes
horse with dark felt or plush, upon
wich Ubuiuese orape pictures may be
WRoUoHr brass, china and plush ap..
piearl m~ imuumeirable .forms, and are
in'himpinsaleat-present in -householb
ON one day of - the carvival week
New Orleans, was Mr. U., at Jolly soq
brother, on the to home going ocouple
e was on the mask ball beenand fonu
himselt I in happy mood. On the wi
was he from somebody in the followit
'way spoken to:
"ExOse me.- Oan you whistle ?"
"Oh, yes I"
"Therefore can you-to me --a grej
servie-make.--I live namely (bio).
there up two stairs high-and when
late-to home come-then whistle I 'c
bist verruokt mein kind-aud my wi
throws to me the (bio) key down. Th
evening bxt-is it a little much bocon
-the tongue will not well-I canm
"Oh, if it further nothing is," sa
the singer, "the melody know I."
With that steps he under the windo
. Hardly are the first notes whistled,i
opeus itself the window and the sonj
brother receives on the head the coi
tents of a wash basin. At the san
time resounds a shrieking woman
"There, hast thou it, vagabonid, it
thy late to home coming ?"
A Mote1i Mian's i.uck.
Mr. J. (. Tyler, chief clerk at the Uulo
Depot Hotel, Ogdlen, had rheumatism i
the muscles of the chest and left shouldei
By applying the Great German Riemed
three days he realized complete restoratto
and he is of the opinion that there Is noti
ing equal to the 15t. Jacob's oil for pai
The Great German Remedy is also a spec
flo for burns and sprains.-M4alt Lak
Two sides to it.-"There are tw
sides to everything," said a lecturer, "
repeat it, there are two sidos-" A
this juncture a tired looking little ma
stood up in the front seat to say: "Wel
if you've no objeetions, I will just sto
out and see if there are two side to thi
ball. I know there in an iLside, and
I find there is au outside you'll know
by my not coming back. You needn
be alarmed If I shouldn't return." An
ats he walked tip the aisle he was to
lowed by the admiring eyes of the whol
audienco. Thoir syniathies were wit
him, but they were defleient in morr
**"Fools take to) themselves the res
pect, given to their cllie. " But Kidney
Wort commands respect for its own seln1
merits, tested, tried and fount not want
Ing in any essential principle required fo
the nire of dyspepsia, plies, inalara, am
all diseases of the kidneys. bowels aw
liver Prepared in dry and liquid form
*&"'The Scarlet, Cardinal Red, 0
001, Navy blue, Seal Brown, Diamom
])yes give perfect results. Any flashiona
ble color, 10 cents
EAwniun the dime: "Well, my litil
man, aren't you barefoot rather earl;
thiS sCaston ?" said Ia benevolent gentle
man to a Now Haven youngater thi
tuorniiiing. "Guess tot. Wuz born bore
foot., I wuz." "I declaro so you wa
What a pity; what a pity. Well, Na
ture is unkind to the poor, really," an
ho gave tle youngster a dime to ato
for the nieglect of the "m'oi(ther' of ius all .
All kIdney and urinary complaints, es
peclatly Bright's Disease, Diabetes an<
Livor t.rouble~a, Hop Bittore wit suroly aut
Jastmngly Cure. Oases exactly like yoni
own have been curetd in your neighbor,
hoodt, and you can find reliable proor al
home of what hlop bitters hats and can do,
Ha)nimet biefore; The fashijon oif giv
ing halls it puiblic places hani its advan
taiges, but it ought to make onte careful
At lhot Kensitiglon Vestry i-ail, lately
a young dandy accosted a gentlemmat
who was standing near thei dloorwaty,
think I have met you b~eeo severn
limers-n." "Probablhuy, sir,'' lhe replied
"'m 'aG0inter's head waitor."
*When the founitains of life are not cor.
rup~tedl and eainiered by siuffering; whet:
the funcetions ci womanhood are strictly
normal, woman hife is like music, with n<
discord to jar her delicate sensibilities and
break the vital and organic harmony. Bnal
mainy who siidfer from vital and flinctiona
disorders have fotund immeodiate relief ani
at permniient ciure b~y utiuig Mrs. Lydia E
Pinkhli an's Vegetable Compoum .
A Nr~w agony: -'jt Ia quite the prope
idea Ior ai youiig lady to) paint a butte]
of panisiest on a Iresh laid egg and for
ward it by special mosnger to her boa~
gentleman friend. This signifies: "P
is hatchiing another scheme against you
Ooime 'over the garden wall' this even
ing." The iinterest now begins.
Novic(5P. --John Ii. Nainaii', Couniselor
at-Law, Broadway, New York, give
special attention to collection of claim
agaiust Produce and Conmmission 'ieaice
AN lunpltatble bird:'"1 uinderstant
that Brown is int trouble," saiid Smuith:
n. "Yes," replied Fogg. "Brow:
wits at the auction shop the other day
They had ia silver piteher, and Brow>
offered to take it--oaored to takeo it fo
no~thinig, you know. Well, the .Sheri.
took him iup. T1hat's nil.''
For ayapepua, mourgeauoneu, (lepresior
of spirits and general delity, in their va.
rions forms; alo as a preventIve agains
fever and ague and other mtermnitten
fevers, the "Ferro-Phosphoratedi Elixir o
Cahsys.'' made by Caswell, HI azard & Ce
New York, sold by all lDruggis, is Ili
beet tonic; and for patients rccoverin
from fever or other sickness. it has n<
Tan poetical and the practical---Son
timenital (diner: ''Eat a lark I Parthak
of otne of the qmrting songators at hieav
en's gate ! .I would as soon eat a htymn!
Practical friend: "Ya as, never tono
small birds--they all feed on worms."
MonEsTr: '"Do yo'u pretend to hav
a good a judogement as .1 havou?" cis
olaimed an enratged wife to her husband
"'Well, no," lie replied slowly, ''oni
choice of piar iners for hfoe shows thia
my judgment is not to be compare
Ly'on's Patent tiee! St it~ener the ot
mnventiont that makes ol'l boots strauiht ai
A rIInD once called Dickens' att
Lion to an ill-shuaped but skilful soulj
tor's awvkwardness in society; whtereupj
on the great hiumorist remtarked
"Nevertheless he always omuts a pret,
"Wur do you call this brand of whit
key the Horn of Plenty ?" asked a tras
oiler of a bartender in Kentneky, ''De
cauise it Vill corn ypnn coptoutsly,".wa
"HAiNNAx 8ai4 a landlady to her new
servant "when there's any bad news,
at always let the boarders know it before
- dinner. Such little things make a great
, difference In the eating in the course of
a a year."
Ig The drugglet whlo hesitates now is lost
for the winter. lie shouli sling together
some sweet oil and liquorice and bring out
his cough cure at once. Dr. Bull's Cough
tt S3yrup does not pay hni enough prolt.
I Tna father of a St. Louis bride pre
u siented his son-in-law with eighty thou
e0 sand . head of cattle.--Papa, dear,"
is exolaimed his daughter when she heard
to of it, "that was so kind of you to make
A such a gift; Charley's awfully fond of
ox-tail soupl "
Dr. Callier Surprised,
's Vegotine Cured his Daughter.
CALItinavii.Lt, Chilton Co. Ala.,
r Miy 15, 1878.
Dear Sir,--My daughter has beon afilioted with
naAiiI ciatarrh, affetton of t to bladder and kidneys,
and is of scrofuion diathesis, and, after having
exhausted my skill and the most enilnent phyal
clans of Sela, I it last resorted to the use of your
0 VKGOTINE (Win out ct3ideneeO), Bur1, to my great
suriume ily ilaughter has been restored to iealth".
I I write tIlis as it n1111p) act of justice. and not as
an advertising medlun.
T. .11 CALLIEII, M. D.
l. (*a1o0dVLLI.K, ILL., Jruly 80, 1875.
IEB. It. STXVIRNS, U0801
Dear Sir,-My only objectl i giving you this toe
e tiiioijni is to spread valttalIu inforinsitiou. 1lv
Ing beu badly b aillicted with hter Compfatfd, I
witS 0iduced by some of lly friendH to try your
VIWrTINE; ti before I htd used half of the bot
0 tlu I foun ilthit I was deriving great benelilt by It.
I I had used other mueidiuin,,s but could not say that
they ielped o In the least. I pronounce your
.t inedloino far ithead of any other, and can oheer
n Inlly recomnitend it to iny one in need of Such a
inetlieilne. Yours resp'y,
MIts. \AtY KNEELAND.
M LIVER CO9IML4INT.
Two Bottles Onred Me.
WVATIHNIAO, low.%, o431. 9, 18448.
I havo been trouliled with Idr 'lomplaint and
disorders of the stomach and have taken many
preparatm Lotis witho.ut ellct, blit after taking two
I btU of VXowriNK I dill aAs weli as over I was.
H. A. LINCOI.N.
We are porsoually cqimilntod with .Mr. L.incoln,
ant know (the ibove) his statni'neti to be true. we
have soldi large tiumlttiet oif V.or-rtsf- anid our
cusaitner seliak well of it for the comphiltis for
- whitli it Ia recontnindo-g.
Drugglsts and IlookilleIN, wart:oo, Iowa.
Vegetine Is Sold by all Druggists,
CUEFO LLKNS OFPLS
GI hs Ipostat eief oni tis ans infportant
intion, Dustmat verythe Peahy sero o
oall itiodptio, o tcosIaedne g- fl
Wort will surely relieve and quickly euro.
In the Spring to oloanse tiho Bystom, overy
one should tahlo a thorough eourao of It.
. H- SO.D BY R UO0I TS. Prico e .
If you are stek 1101) BItters will surely ahil Nat
lure In mlaking yon well when all also falla.
If you are coatIve or dtyspeptIc, or are sumffertng
from anty othe1r of the numeinroiau ilseasos of the
itlomach or bowels, It Is your own fault If you re
miain Ill. for 110p1 Bitte'rs are a sovereigni remedty Inl
if you aire watinlg away with any forml of Kid
ney dI:eanse, 141op temtpting D~eath this momnent,
andI turn for at cure to 11(or BItters.
If you are' sick with that terrible siekness, Ner
- 1tse of flop lIittecrs.
1 If you aret. a freqitienter, or ai resident of a niart
. matie 'list rict, teirrliendol ylImr syateml aigainst tho
I stcoutrge of all ounit rles--mualarltal, ophtlm(.ieil
. 1,itus. ai illermnlitent fevers--by the uise uS Lt
r It you1 have trough, lilylb or sallow skIn, hadt
breathi, painis and aelles, anid foot muiseralie gen.
blood, and sweeleshtuhreathi, hieal th, andI comnfort.
in sh~ort they euro all listes of ht stoneh,
lBowels., Blood, Liver, Nerves, K idneys, llrlght's
Diseaste. $b500 wvli he' patId fir a tiase they w1il nt
01110 or hell3.
Thai pbor, hedlrkkien. invalid wife, 'tter
mot01her, 'r dturght er, (ant he t'Ide thCe iire Il
health,hby a few hottIa of ti,li ers, Cust og
btarie.WIll yotu lot them in ifer'
$05f1l9M/F1 AI E. i5
o ff'sa. m
. muomm~ /a m o
Reebrthat stamIna, vital oenergy, the life
princIple or wvhatever you1 may choose to call the
roslaanttpowers which hattles agalnst the cauisa
of disease and death, Ia the grand safeguard of
health. Ilai the garrIson of the human fortress,
-and whea It waxes weak the true poliev In to throw
in reinforcements. In other words, wlten su~ch an
-etuerl en occur, commence a eonrse of Hos
tettrsfluam Foar sale hyDrugists atnd Deal
"Gusa', dear," said she, as sh
leaned a tender cheek on his maul,
checked ulster. "$Why are these snoN
flakes like your moustache?" Thi
pleased him, even to have it mentioned
"I don't know, pet," he murnured in
nooently. "Why are they?" "Betiaue
they are so'slow eoming down." H,
drove with both liands after~this.
*4"What Is bred In the bone, wIl
never out of the flesh." But rheumatism,
piles, malaria, constipation and all othe
confluents from derangements of the func
tions of the liver. kidneys and bowels wil
"out of the flesh" without fail after th<
thorough use of Kidney-Wort, 'the Cur
for all such diseases.
XWEvery color of the Diamond Dye
Is perfect. See the samples of the coloret
cloth at the druggists. Unequalled foj
FOOG hos a- neat way of turning i
compliment niow and then. Seeing thi
elderly Miss Paugley in the street thi
other day he tried to avoid her, but di<
not succeed. When they met, sai
Miss Pangley, "0, you naughty man
You wanted to out me I" Replied FogA
blandly, "I should be cutting a prett;
figure, wouldn't I ?" Miss Pangley tell,
her friend, Miss Sagegreen, that Mr
Fogg is a perfect gentleman.
Liver, Kdnayaid Bright's Disease.
A medicine that destroys the germ o:
cause of Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Kid
ney and Liver Complaints, and has powe
to rout them out of the system, is abov<
all price. 8uch a medicine is Hop Bitters
and positive proof of this can be found b)
one trial, or by asking your neighbors whc
have been cured by it.
Tire Atlanta C'm8titut !Ion notievi tha
"a pair of black eyes give a man a sor
of rapped expression." The man witi
poulticed eyes and face has an expres
Sion still more wrapped.
How to Shorten L10.
The receipt is simple. You have only
to take a violent cold, and neglect it.
The great English surgeon, asked a lady
who told him she only had a cough:
"What would you have? The plague?"
Beware of only "coughs." The woril
eases can, however, be cured by Dr. Wn.
Hall's Balsam for the Lungs. in Whoop
ing Cough and Croup it immediately al
lays irritation, and Is sure to prevent a fa
tal termination of the disease. Bold by
all druggists and dealers in medicine.
A OIIINAMAN wonld sooner fly a kite
than go on a drunk, and would rather
wasliee. washoe shoap than sit round a
bar-room stove, chewing, spitting and
swearing, "allee samee Melican man;"
therefore, politieits reason that he will
never be anything but a heathen, and
wout "assimilate with" Amerioins. It
is very isid.
Vegctine.--"The lire of all flel Is lie
bloot. thereof.'' A nd no one can lpo)sibly
be healthy when the blood is diseaeed.
Vogetine is composed of substances identi
cal with healthy blood; and when taken
into the system for the cure of disease. it
is absorbed, and replaces the defiilency
which caused the disease.
Av a recent trial in Franoc the fore
man of the jury, placinig his hand upon
his heart, and with a voice choked with
emotion, gave in the following verdict:
-"The accused is guilty, but we have
our doubts as to his indlentity."
Any person having a bald head and
failing to see the benefit to be derived
tronm the great petroleum hair renewer.
Carboine,as now improvedI.and perfcd,
mi tile face of the vast number of testimo
nials from our very best citizens, is surely
.4oing It blind.
A YOUNO ladly whose family were ver~y
mnuch in the habit of making connud
ruins was one evening asked by her huis
band, ini an excitedi tone, "Why are
these doers always left open ?" "I give
it up," instantly repliedI the wife.
D~r- flnrer's Vegeable WVorm Syrup.
Is one of the miost pleasant or palatable
preplarations for worms we have ever
known. It is thoroughly ellcacious, anid
never requires any other moethinze to carry
it oif after uslag it.
W nRr can make more vocal noise
than a boy driving ten cows through a
town? Why, a hoy driving two anows, of
courso. The more cows, the less noise.
Groccrs, Farmers, receipt for making
cheap good vinegar, common anid white
wine, no fr iudl-20 cents (ailver) and
8taimps. G. IIKNNgat, ILowell AtrsachlU
f x washing muslinis and lawns put a
little pulvedz~ed betrax in the water, and
us~e bst little soap.
Qick, comp;let.- tsur", all annoving~ Kidney,
i!, 'd's and Ur insaly D.reas. *1. Drnor.iet,,.
l''* Tult Ia Ii^.As, heave atiimaonse, bli eoa'
nea- Wdsse Ma, r-pple Pills. 10 sod 250.,
A Toirn piece of mecat can be made
icender by letting it cook Ior seve-ral
bomis at sqn~imeiing hesat,
A liena'e lHreun F'u,,d.
Curei*(* Ntervouiis1 DeilIrty ansd We akness
rf Uenerauive Organs, $ I all druggists,
tind for circniar. Alien's P'harnmacy, 818
irirst av. N. Y.
lloos ANt) H AY.--MOst persons, no dloublt
haive seen hogs eating hay during the win
I er imonth', in but small quantities, it is
'i ue, but still eating it. It clover is cut
when in fullest, bloom, well cured and
stored away, the hay becomes a valuable
f(od for hogs, especially when fed blit lit.
Ie else than1( coirn. TIo utilize it,, cut it in
r outline-box, a hall to i hree.fom-rths 01 ani
inch long, imixed withi bran, shorts or corn
nmiah aind mnoisten It wi th swill, or even
waler; if made(1 scaldling bet the better.
Then let it stand for a low hours before
roeedingr it out.
Dr. 1Eiiue's Gireat. Norve ilostorer Ia the
iuarvei of the age for alt nerve dis ass. Alt
ills stoppied ire<.. 24end to 931 'Arch street.'
Maoking~ .uch instituiuons as the pulic
<chLools, residencejs for janttors and their
ramilies Is a very quiestionalie practice. it
is n0cessary to have a caireful man about
lhe premises, hut not to have his wife and
uhiidren. Whien a dangerois diacase breaks
)ut In lis hiousehld~( it Is his policy to keel)
silent abotit it so as not to be tuirned out oi
dlors andt probably for a long tie of em
ployment. Janitors should have a dwel
lin~g awsy from the schools.
Arti/kcial ivory of a mire white color
rindI very dutrable hias lately been miade by
the iinventor of celluloid. It Is prepared
by dissolving shiellao in ammonia, mixing
the solution with oxide of hine, driving off
the ammonIa by heating, and afterward
powdering the residue and ttrongly conm
pressing it in modsa
-- FR PAIN.
Relieves and cures
r SORE THROAT,
Sorenoss. Outs, Bruises,
3IUR NN, NtUAULD3,
And all other odily aches
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold by ail Druggiits and
Dealers. Directi ons lit 11
lhe Charles A. Vooelor Co.
(Nue r to A. VoWslER A CO.)
Rultianere, NJ.. . S.A.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive O ro
For all those PainfNI Complaints and Weaknesses
so common to our best fomalo population.
A Medicine for Woman. Invented by a Woman.
Prepared by a Woman.
The Greateut Nedital DIeorery Slnre the Pawn of illetory.
Wit rovires the drooping spirits, invigorates and
harmonizes the organlo furncttons, gives elasticity and
firmness to the stop, restores the natural lustre to the
eye, and plants on the pale oheck of woman the tfrak
roses of lifo's spring and early sumaner time.
W"Physicians Use it and Prosoribo it Freely. "s
It removes faintness, flatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulant, and rellvea wcakness of the stomach.
That feeling of bearing down. causing i'atn, weight
and ba'kacho, is always permanently cured by it i use.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either iob
this Compound is unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. PINKHAMS 131001) PURIFIER
will eradicate every vestige or tiuinor from tq
Blood, and give tenet and strength to thotu m of
man woman or child. Insist on having it.
Both the Compound and Blood Purifier are prepared
at 233 and 233 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass. Price of
oethor, S. Six bottles for . Sent by mail In the form
of pills, or of lozenges, on receipt of price, $1 per box
for either. Mrs. Pinkhain freely answers all lotters of
inquiry. Enclose Set. stamp. Sond for pamphlet.
0 fa il bou be without LTDI E. PTYMAM'S
12VM1 Pl.G% icy curo conutipal on, blhousae-s,
and torpidity or the Uvon 2 onts perbox.
#rrSold by all Druggists.-" (1)
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF
No other dieaso is so provalounuthsocoun-.
* equalled the calobratcd.Kiduoy-Wort as a g
E euro. whatever the cause, however obstinate a
06 the case, this romedy will overoomo it. st.
*PU LESU **ll distr*ssing **m. e
5 oompiteated withoonstipation. xidnoy.wort a
- strengthens the wcakened parts a-.ad quickly e
0 c# ures all kinds of Piles oven whon physicians ge
Sand mediceines havo before (faled.
43- IFIf you havo eIther of' these tronbles o
PRICE Si. USE Druggists Seti
I e -
otiming in the world equm to it for the
cure or Sirofals, Pimpjles. Hlls. Telter, Ol~d Stres,
Sure yes, Mlercurial iihsa. f'ntarrh, Lon. of
.f.sawa it never fall.. All drugsts anid
counltry atore keepers ii it. it. is, sellers
h t'o., Prop'., Pitebsurgh,. on every bottle.
*DR, KLIN&'8 GR A
Disessas. O'cr hstsx et'n) li Niiayz Arr~c
asdirecte I 2. koits after litir day's tie. Trontise &
$trial bottie free t Fit~ (nes~te pn g expiress
eargeseon box alhen receiveii. Senid narnesP.Oa.an
exres- addron of afiiclel io ilit.KI.IN.931 .Areb
- EEASTIO TRUSS
llas a PadtldJfredn~ from mil others,
centeh ahlf-i ti
fESD2itionseu of lhe beoly, while the
TRUSS rsteettin usaerseh
isillsdthe VaeasradWltio a sat
EGGL1STON TRUSS CO.. Chicago. 112.
I CURE FITS!
Whon 1 say euro I do not mean merely to atop them
for a timo aind than have thoml rteturn again a mtnn
a radiala etre. I have miadte Ill disontiso of FiTr8. Eli'I.
~ti5P4Y or FAILINGlf HIOKNEMi a lifo-long study.
I warranlit myit roinedy to euro tihe worst cases. Bc
ceausc others have failod is nto roaeon for not now re
ceivang aI citro. Scnd at onoe for a treatise andl a Free
ilottle of any infalli remedy. (Give Extroos amnd
poetollioo. It cost. you nothain for a trial. aind I will
cure you. Address IDr. II. G. T,~O 18Perl t., N. Y.
I baoua tslirntec i ic han ahathn lnse;b i~s
na dIhendae en caed.th tOru ia o flng
et aarsebtaa O v ilrAT I~ e. n iho a diataso, to
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will oose a favor uoset time adlver
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filS tbsfuranal. (statsiig paperv).
WHAT WILL THE WEATh
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In advance. It wiU teln wh
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- -most, emnant, Phlyian
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e veryb U . Postage
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My POWWRci-lined Pe ups are manufactured
undr a e? oea r f buyhare guarantee against
an n l lisNr h opn odn the
ptnt. 3Don'# fail to end" - a eotro
Carfii made . S ALL
Beo S8elecoted Valuabl
imber. % Improvements.
The BLATCHLEY PUMPS are for.sale by the
best houses In the trade.
Name of my nearest agent will be furnished an
0. 0. BLATCH&.EY, Manufacturer,
' 08 MARKEY ST.. PILADELPHIA. PA.'
R is unfailing and Infali.
ble in euring Epileptile
.... URs AFiN Spasms, Gonvul.
- CURES AND alons, Ut. Vitus Danae,
ZNervous and Blood DW
eses. To Olergymen,
Lor awe Litera7 len,
Ladlea anA a whose
usoei rvous rostra,
t 1=n, JuIrties of
the bi sammch.
bowels or Kidneys, or
a NIVINE to in
b VRAM LS..- prolai It the most
UUE~wM&E&A trt ever ontsodra"
triuvik$81 sikn tem. For
a by a Druggist.
TIE DR. 1. A. IZlCINMOND MEDICAL CO.,
8010 Proprietore St. Joseph. D1o.
YOUNG EN It wat to learen
esnd .sap Ar teedm i r es 2Aa erdl an) fr e ae ,
N4 T 0E.--50 SItN Ii. NA33INE. Counnelor
t.LpR at 102 Ith aye Ht toiI s a
.Twaa to D e o lams.
Demorest's Ibu co strated Monthly,
old bt alt newudealers and P'ostmaat.
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rh L,7. 124th Nt., New York. -
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0oith November. send IFTY ENTS for
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Ean subscribe Two Dollars for a year and
get ten times its value.
T>OCW T '.&ITL
to send S-. stamp (r ths most complet. Catalogue.
tYPE BORDERS, CUTS, PRESSES PC
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AGENTS i r*foUlnr
9hre mrto fir ilrl . LAt. Pryh .
YON MEN r*p w*an. to larn Tls
If you are a sufersr with thIs terrible dese, yeo can
learn somesthing to your Interest by reading our new
pamphlet which gives fvll partlenlar as to the cause of
Rheumatism and Neuralgia, and the manner of treatment
required to efect a permanent curE. Do not falt to read
It Bent fres on applIcatIon. Address
R he umntic Syru p Co., Rochester, i, T.
(3Rt 1*1Csd. Farmesr., rucI at for making choap
go td vIiegaI co~mun andu -tllo wine0.n frau35111
Oots (alI'ver) nn1( Istamsml. U. Ilennaer. Loweli.31ss 1
AGENTN'I WAAEDI AEIENTMI
JN 1Al LS'#
'Au wit aun Agenst inl uvory town. lienil flr eiroularas
torums. aini l to . Ansarlenn Puebitsind
CiRSWiERE ALL ELSE FALS,
fet moug.Byrupn atsgo
forn a~ PIILLmiP1ll ~Simi 1.
of tis stlyht. lenal to) any)3
Singer in tho 1nuk1 1. Te
A 5I*I'enemwD, wo'V senaiL f to ho
oteiir cimnlnearetaiil fr 0
All Mncinesli~ '.arranted~i fnr 8
yearse. ed for Illunstratdi fir. t
enh irm nd elstimonals. Addrmess (
CH A R LES A. W1001) A CO
12 N.iTnth St.,1'hiladesn~ida.
tJia . It ) 11 iie se il$ iol t C 19) 31)ir
01i i c111 i i t -il *I n i titr ar lit r )i li
ilb1 .n1lshre)1er bI ekI tier money))l~ iiioiitsin
asut thuree monthsll. till leavlin oiriglinal amonn1 innaiking
moneylK lII Cliti ori rer strui on) linandli. Xharea, $ Iiunm.
lExphatory teiarcuaenl lfree. litchbocor~tereset
abrstndard Buginsa Saw Mils,
Addross . oak. a
ER BE TO-MORROW?
Za TVRX.Ka ' OT..T 1
eocorrotoi anyhanigo inthiowoather 19to48hours e
atkind ofetorm is alproachilng, and fromn what
lanvnt .Iam rscn in ther a rk i
ter at I. w u r 1j p it-o i r i It
~omotor are put ina niceyfu dInutI11i ra
re, eto., making d beautiful asm well na u'ioiul Or
asnene 0, eredfype,f I triarp*i ngoed I
11 wt cona yoll. Order at Oinco.o It ~oIst
to iotof frrs morchtants, oto 11 Invaluale lo
tlmkn if In good ordfor, limt mmor pires
ieov.iero han fo ier ei ers.
V d 'Nat Ir On 4 Wol auN
'inf p (irl .its uly a~i nd remit by non.e,
TjIEl PU RIJO MAY AlIH T iT.
voa( 1aa o ne mat most g., in toan11 dg
TlLE~R4 R O ltllwntike, Wis
s~5gnature o 3,. oOll hack o ins1t rn.
R' R. \RiiI
'ho Vheapemt and Best Medieine for
Family Uso In the Woriu1
CURES AND PREVENTS
Fever and Ague.
Bore T hroat,
Looseness, Diarrha Cholera Morbus or Pasnfat
i)ischarges from the owels are stopl'ed In 15 or
10 winutes by taking Itadway's Hea Reliet. Nu
ongestion or inflammation. no weakness or lasa.
hude, will follow the use of the Rt. It. RielieL
IT WAS TUE IRST AND IS
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
'hat instantly stops the most exoriolating pains,
llays Indanations, and cures OoUgeatlons.
whether of the Lungs, 8tomach Bowels or othei
glands or organs, by one applicallon.
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES.
Romatter how violent or exernolatIng the pain,
he Rheunsatio, Bed-ridden, Infirm Crippled,
Nervous, Neuralgio or prostrated w;Ih asease
"ay eufrer, RADWAY'S READY RELiEF wit
itford instant ease
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDERt.
ENFLAM1 ATION OF THE BOWELS,
CONGESTVION OF TUB LUNGS,
PALPITATION OF THE IfHART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, CATARRII,
COLD CHILLS, AGUE OHILLS,
NERVOUSNESS AND SLEEPLESSNESS.
The application of the Heady Relief to the pai
)r partA where the pain or dialcuity exists wili
iroIrd ease and com10fort.
Thirty or sixty drops in half a tumbler of Wait,
will in a few minutes cure Crams, Spraits,
lour stoniach, Heartburn sick Headache, Diat.
rhea, Dysentery, Colic, Mad i in the Bowels, and
Ill Internal P11na.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of ltad.
way's Ready lielief with them. A few drops it,
water will prevent sickness or pains from chan ug
of water. t is better than French Drandy or Bit
ters as a stimulant.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for 50 ot. There ii
1tol a remedial agent I thil world that will eure
LPover anti Agie, anti other Mnlarluus, llliou-i.
Boarlet 'lyphold Yellow and otlier fevors (aideti
iY R.Y t11-AY'S E1ILLS) so quickly as KAi)WAV%'
Fifty Cents wer Hottle.
Sarlsaparillials e oltit
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFMeR
For the oure of Chronic Disease,
Sorofula or HyphiJitio, Hereditary ot
Chronic thienmatism, Scrofitia, (litntulalr, (wi
inig,iliacking I )ry Congh, t 'atcerous Alrist. m
IyphiliticCompj!alnts, hileeding of the i.ung,t it
tisacWte rah Iioloroux, White swe'
ngs, rumocrs, Ulcers. Skin and liiiy Dbteai.
biercuiriail Diseases, Femiale Uomlumatn, I om.
)ropsy, Salt Ithetum, Blronchitia, Consution~11,.
L~iYer COng pIaint, &C
Not only does the Sarstaparilin lItsoivenit e
et alt remiedial tgett int the itro of Cinrons
crofuilous, C'fnsttittinal and Skin imcm.~ h
ia a posItive cure for '
Kidney and Bladder Complaint8,
rinary andi Womb DIseases, Gravel, l)lihtt,
hopsy, Stop~p:age of WVator, Incovntiniezeo .
fino, Biright's Disease, Albumuintiria, aoni in ab
uses where there tare bariek-dust dieposits, or th.
ater is thick, cloudy, muixedl with subs~itaces.a
lie white of an egg, or threads tike'~ a te slik, o:
tere is a mtorh~d dlark, bhioous nt idatrnlce anid
,hite hone-tiust (deposit.s, aili WItt the're I'
ricking, bitrtinug sent'ation when laiutg wat
nid 1iain int the imltll of the bnk tind ailong t 1
)ins Sold by druggists. Pict1AiE, OMi 1A1
One bottle contains more of the active prinet
les of Aliedinesap than alny otiler l'relartio
aukon in teapoionld oses,w whle others requit
7e 01 six times ats mutch.
Regulating Pills !
?erfect, Pnrgative. Soothing A p ri.
ents, Act Without Pzain Aliways .
Reliable and Naturai
VEGETABLE SUBS'N~TUTE~ [FOR
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with swvee'.
o, nuge., regulate, pulrify, cleanse and streng.
rtAnwAV'8 Prti-A for the eure of all disorders otr
15 Stomnachi, Liver Rloweis, ilnteys Blarider,
rorvous D)Iseases ?oss (of A p tte I eadache,*
onistipation, Coal iveneoss, In' igoetin, Dlyspe.
*t,uulliotuness, Fover, inlmmation ot I h
owels, P~iest and all deraneimotls of the inter
ai Viscera, Ptlreiy vegetab io, containing no leer
nryJ, minerals, or fieletlerlous drugs.
&W* Observe' the foilowlig sympltoms resutthe
om Dieetta. of the D)1 estive~ Organs . rail.
cn, inward~ Piles, F~u1Inessq or" 1ifo'o1 Inte
lead, ARuidity of the totmachi, Natpna llearUtur
isgest or lood, lytillness or Wolg in tlito
'ich, Sour Ericlttions Sitikitig r utter og at
te Hteart. Chioking or Eutfferin Sensation.A whorn
iy g Posture, lDlmness o~ Vision, Dots or
a~b oore r.1e tilgut, Fever aud (lull Pain icl the
read, Denleaenty of Perapiration, Yellowness of
te Skin andl Eyes, Pain in the Sie, Chest
mini and Sudden Flushes of .io0t., 13u'rning tIl
A few doses of RADWAY'S Pit.t.s will free trae
stem from all the above-named disordiers.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
Price, 25 Counts Per hloi.
REAU "FALSE AND TRUE."
Sendi a letter stamp to IRADWVAY A CO., No. 5s
~arren, (for. Churchi St., No w York.
n~iformialion worth thousanha will be seni
,To the Public.
ie sure and ask for RtA DwAY'S, and see that the,
MD "IWbwAv"Is on what you but.
IR. H. W. LOBB, MI0CAL OFFICES,
NO. 829 NORTH FIFTEENTH STREET,
hiladelphia, Pa. 15 years' experience. (Estaib.
ehed for treatment with purely vegetable mnedl
Ines.) Dr. Lobtb's long experience in the treat
ent of dIseases enables him to guarantee a oure
all eases. Consultation free and atriotly con
Jentlal. Call ha person or by letter. O001ee
ours: 11ltogSand 7 to 10 evenIng.
'O.BA SA M
0*gA emj eur Wrn
Nilil) M for Oi eit and Fastest.