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DAIRY Cows.-The selection of dairy
animals is one which requires considerable
experience. A fat cow is but seldom a
good dairy animal or a heavy milker, for
one which yields large quantities of milk
regularly, eeldom lay on much tat or flesh,
the majority of the food consumed being
devoted to the development or production
of milk. Ia the butter dairy mere large
ness of yield should not induce the dairy
man to purchase, as such milk is seldom
very rich nor does it' make high-colored
butter. t3uch an animal is worth far more
to the milk dairyman than to the butter
maker. There are some butter cows
which, while they produce. a very 'high
quality of butter as to texture color and
flavor, produce so little of it as not to lie
very protitable animals tooavo, , unless it
be to raise the standard of the butter pro
duced by the rest of the herd. We had a
little Jersey cow which did not make more
than four or five pounds of butter weekly;
but it was of such high color and quality
as to very decidedly imprees the quality
produced by the others. For this purpose
she was as valuable as any other cow we
had. A good butter cow should have fair
size; plenty of development behind; have
a large udder, one which milks, down
small, and not a large and mealy one. The
skin should be soft and velvety, and in
color should be of a golden yellow. The
inside of the .cars and base of the horns
should be yellow; and such cows are good
high-colored butter makere. It is inpos.
nible to give such directions as will enable
a novice to select good and profitable dairy
wicals, for there are many small items
which experience alone can teach and
which must be familiariy known to enable
the purchaser to make judicious invest
m'eute. Brains and expeilence are equally
as desirable here as in any of the morcan
tile pursuits, and average fully as large
FATTENINO 1los von MAi(AT.--ll he
feeding of corn to s ine, care ehould be
taken to give it at regular intervals, in
very clean troughs, with pure water only.
UIlean, drywarm pens conduce very much
to the comfoit, heallb, and growth of the
ani. al; while on the other hand, dirty
and neglected jens, and carelesr, irregular
feedlug will retard the growth and pre
vent it from atitining that weight which it
naturally weuld otherwise do.
In converting the usual portirns of tihe
bog into sausage, sciapple and pudding,
animals of only moderate weight shotild be
selected. One of the most. successful
imianufacturers ol thin coinpouid, wli has
made a compet ency at the busiiess, iiortus
us that he never slaughtered a hog weigh
img over 300 pounids, and prefers those
weighing Iom It to 20 pounds,they be.
"ng the most profituble and produce the
choicest 8aueage, etc. Ile prefers for his
use the Cheater Whites. Ile buys whier
ever lie cii, and usually feeds on corn
fro.n Eve to six weeks before killing. As
a rule, the sautsage sold in tihe city markets
is L.o fat that whei fried or broiled--the
tattir being oy tar the teudeirest and most
palatable-it shrivels to about one-third its
original size. Hence, it an animal of a
moderate weight, arid o1 course of only
m iloderaite fatness; were used for inanipula
ting Into sausage, this uuiversaly favorite
article o conslumiiption would be far more
Natistactomy to pum chasers and pofitalie to
IT ti ost profitabie to make p rk I rm
youing pigs. A bushel of corni will pro
duce more pounds(1 of ineaehse ini weight
when fed to a pig three iiuoiths (ohi. Tlhe
cost ofprotuin~lg a given weight of pork
increases with the aige of the auni. I
-. ~it ila(desirous to produce anm incrense of one
- ton of pork by tceding a hiundredl swinie
that inecase will be, imorcemheaply obtain.
elb tetting igs. uinder six monthsi of
.u.~0 than by fe3 ed mar those wih re a yea
oldi, or older ones. Th'le mani who allows
his young pigse to have a scanty allowance
of ZotAd pei nits I ho opp)omtnnuity for pro
Iitalhe teeding to slip by and is obliged to
pirotiuce ins p~ork at ani increased cost,, by
elecdmg whent the swime are older.
R usaTm''it lsie SutOK.--Many are too
careless about the resetting ol' their horses'
tdtoes. Sonie have the nistaken Idea that
the rr'ier who can miake sihocs stay on
the longest is the beat workman, even if
hus skill as a sheer is based enttrely on
this. TIhe li'.tle gainedt by Shoes staying
on lointer thian a reaeonable lengtli of time,
which is front four to six weeks, is morei
han lost in the end by ruininug the [foot,
Tloo insany nails, and nails of too large a
size. are of ten used, which is not good for
tile fool.. Itasping the shell alter the
clinches are turnedi is inijuriotis amli shouild
never be permitted. 1t is niuci better,
easier and cheaper to keep the feet healthy
iua to cure them af ter they asie discated.
IT is our customi to rake the cobs Into
necat wirows about as foot high, anti after
the windt hue swept tiouigh thsem nam hour
or so set fire to them. When chaired, we
rake theml down andi sprinkle water on the
mass, stir themu again, and aprinhice again
to be suire they do not go On burning and
h0 to ashes. If now a seasoning 01 salt be
thirowii over the pile there will be a lot of
icd for the pigs anid ho ga that t hey wiil
A boss of power over thle hmdnt limbai~
whiicn prevents a tiorse Iroma backtne may
b~e caused by disease <ef the sp~inal cord or
by disease of tile kidneys, whieca,however,
miay be suen as would involve the nervouis
systemn of the lumbar muscles. The trout
ble is not in the legs, but in the loins. A
strong Irritant applied to the baca over
lie kid ney's, snch as mnust aid paste or tur
TiIinR iultboalweal o[ th contry
cannot be correctly estimiated without ac
cording )prpondereue consideration to
glasses. Of these the natural grasses which
give sustenant:0 to the millhons of cattle oni
our western moutntains and plains, and(
which owe nothing to humsan care o; eul
ture, are far i-Jie larger porlion.
WV a'.'. (dralned and( Ighly-manuredi mutck
land ini new York is sai to produce pots.
toes at the rate of more than 500t butsheis
pier acre.. Th~e writer who telii the story
adds that he has neyer seen such thorough
enlitivatlti of the soi as in the gardlens ini
which tis feat is accomnphlishiea.
l) a'-r overfeed the hogs amnd let them
('at heed <.r Ieed left over but give themi
renely three hties a day all they will eat
up c~lean and relish it. Addi lo the corii
diet turnips, pumiipk ins, lotatoes, apples,
&,,as a relish. It will help ilhem to1 eat
and digest niore corn.
bNUB the new dog law went into effect
n~ laidiana there has been a revmval of the
sheep ndtistry in most cotiues In the
Fixwnon p~eople are skilled agricuiltuirists
5.5 iarnug is taught praclically amid thieo
retically in 27,000 out of 34,000 pubbehi
schools in the country.
I l'r 1s said that sheep placd on Key
West island lose their wool the second
at they aic there.
FAUmT HuiALD CaxM.-This wil
keep good and improve for a whol<
year. Prepare one pound of very drj
flour; one pound of butter, washed ii
cold water; one pound of cleaned our
rants; four ouics of almonds bruised
but not to pasto; two ounces each o
candied orange, lemon, and citron, i
thin slices; a very little cinnamon, macoe
and cloves, powdered flue; half a grated
small nuimeg; live eggs beaten to i
froth, white, and yolks separately, sai
quarter of a pant of brandy or sherri
wine. First beat the butter to a oreau
in a bowl, then a d the sugar by do,
grees, and have it well mixed; add the
whites of the eggs, and after beatini
these in well, add the yolks, then add
the spices, then by degrees the flour
then the peels and the currants an
last the brandy or wine, and all tke
time beating very thoroughly; it is ther
ready for baking in a hoop lined witi
buttered paper, and only three parti
filled, to allow it to rise. Cover wit1
paper and bake ilve hours in a quiet
oven. Put on, if you like, aImou
icing, and then sugar icing, with a larg(
five-rayed star of chocolate in the centr<
of the top, It makes a splondid wed,
ding or birthday oake.
How TO WARM COLD FERI.-Peop4
who write or sow all day, er rather thos
who take but little emercise, may wara
their cold feet without going to the fire.
All that is necessary is to stand erroc
and very gradually to lift one's self ul
upon the tips of the toes, so as to pu
all the tendons of the foot at full strain
This is not to hop or to jump up anc
down, but simply to rise-tho slowei
the better-upon tiptoe, and to romah
vtanding on the point of the toes s lou
as possible, then gradually coming t
the natural positiou, Repeat this sov
eral times, and, by the amount of worl
the tips ci the toes are made to do, i3
sustaining the body's weigid, a sufficion
and lively circulation Is set up. Rvei
the half-frozen car driver can cary thii
plan out It is one rule of the "Swed
ish movomont" system, and, as mottoi
warmth is much bettor than fire warm
ing, persons who suffer with cold fee
at night can try this plau just befori
retrilmg to rest.
Emii STEA. --If the steak is tough
pound it well and press it together
hen every thing elseo is ready for tl
table, build a quick tire with kindlinj
wood, have a thick, iron spider amokin1
hot, grease it and put in the steak; jti
before the blood starts sprinklo witi
salt and turn; let it oook only a minute
out a small piece in the contre and so
if it is raw; if not (that is if it looki
quito red or pink) take it up quickly
sprinkio the ipper side with salt, spreat
with butter, eat while hot. If you hav
coals and a broiler, use those instead
never cook boef over a slow fire and lei
it 'sizzle," while all the juice rnns out
it makes it tough.
BAgrw PLUM Pvnnio),-i'our a piu
of boiling milk over a pound of brokoi
broad; when the milk is absorbed and
cool, beat the bread smooth, adding ai
it is beaten half a pound of ehoppe
raisins, twelve ounos of currante, hall
a pound of flue chopped suet, four oun
e of powderod sugar, a large pmnh o1
stalt, grated nutmeg and ground ginger,
and a glass of good spirits of wine.
Mix all with four beaten eggs. Pout
into a buttaival mould or dish, anid bask
for two hours, turn it oiu., sitt sugan
over it, and serve with richi sance.
CORn MNAT, PoUDNso.-BiOj a quari
of milk and star into it eight tablespoon.
fuls of flne iudian meal, four of sagsr,
andt half a nutmeg grated; stir it ever
ithe lire for fifteen inuites, and turn it
out to cool; beat eight eggs wvell, and
stir into the cold batter; till buttered
cups) three parta full, aind bake half an
hour; turn out anmd got ye with syruip,
jolly, or sanoo.
S'rAR rUDnoK. -Boii three nuncea
o~f broadserumbs in a pint of now milk;
add a graited lemon peel andt three oiun
ces ot sugar; pour it out to coo)1; Stir
ini thr.'e onnces of bittt<r and, whou
<luito eold, three we'll-bjeaton oggs; put
a heaputi teaspoonful of jamn at thie bot
tonm of a buittored cup aiid till tharee
parts full, litke t hirty aunutes and
tarn t hem tult, end sermve wvith ci 1n1.
mnon Ilavot ed staics.
OsaR drachin m4 ofarbolic aeid, six. dire;
of oil of lavender, and two and a hall
ou'.ee~s of olive oil tornmed the prosorip.
tionm which proved eli'etuial in destroy.
img a paaitio affection of the nmus
tachm of a gwntloeman who consulted Dr.
George Thin, London, Enugland. The
hair had fahlon out, anid a sort, of baild
ness occurred in spots, but after the~
application of the renmedy the hair grewi
again as thiok andl healthy as before the
parasites had attaced it.
]3nowN ONtION Sou r. -T'io nmake font
cluarta of this sou. pirecosed a fol s
Peel andc slice six large omions, fry them~
brown in a saucepan with two table.
spoonftuls of drnippings or butter, pomn
over them four quarti of boiling water,
season with two teaspoonfuls of sa.t and
half' a saltspooniful of pepper, stir an twt.
einpfuls of grated bread free from ernst
and boil slowly t wo hours, stirring oo.
easional ly. Season palata bly, anid servi
SAuos you P'LV PL'zumsc,-Boil for
twenty-livo mmnutes in a quarter of a
pint of water, the cuter rmnd of half a~
lemon and of a quarter of an orange,
with two ounces ci sugar; strain it intc
quarter of a pint of melted butter, andi
stir it over the fire with flour enough t(
thicken it; add a wineglass of brandy,
whiakey, or wine if desired, and ix it
wveil over the lire for five minutes.
Serve it hot.
n'auiloNs in silver ware tend to a re
production of thle old1 patterns which
wor*o populari when plated ware was n
known, Mignonette is a favorite design
andi is carried out ini the finest and rich
est ohnsing, Silver b~utter dishes are
made in the shape of an egg, with a
revolving hid, and arc decorated in Gre
Tux fashion of hanging curtains and
draperies fronm rings is to be disconitin
ucd. in the newest houses window.
Irames are supp~llied which reach to thie
ceiling, and the curti- s are simnply
nailed uiponi a strip of wood, wrhiolh lit
closely benoath them. In somec cases
such winidow-frames are of the baMnd.
somost cauved walnut or oak.
CARE Ptrnnmo.-Take a plain cake
cut i slices, line a glass dish with it,
andI( spread over It any kind of jolly
then euother layer of cake, and ovei
the whole pour a soft custa'rd, made ol
the yolks of three eggs, one pint of
milk, a toespoonful of corn starch and
extract of vanilla, Beat the whites to
f roth and boil two minutes; then cover
the dish wit thin.
Two sailors wont with a tame parrot
to a show in Tokio, where a Japanese
was giving an exhibition of sleight-of
hand, interspersed with aerobatio feats.
At the end of each trick the sailors
would say, "Now, isn't that clever 1
Wonder what he'll do next ?" With each
as of the performance their astonish
ment increased, and they kept mutter
ing "Wonder what he'll do next?" The
parrot heard this exclamation so of ten
that he picked it tp off-hand, as it were.
resently the Japanese undertook to
keep in the air a number of bamboo
sticks, ignited at both ends, but having
his attention distracted by a movement
in the audience, he allowed one of the
sticks to drop. Unfortunately it fell
upon a heap of fire-crackers, bombs,
etc., which, exploded, blow out the
walls, blow off tue roof, dcatterod the
audience in all directions, and sent the
parrot, minus its tail feathers and one
eye, about 400 yards, As the bird came
down with a flop it shrieked, "Wasn't
that clover I Wonder what he 11 do next?"
(New York Graphig.)
O'onaoval foSaA's Oiin ion.
O'Donovan Rossa, speaking of the
Great German itomedy to a friend, said:
"Mrs. Rossa has been cured of a very se
yore attack of neuralgia by St. Jacobs'
Oil, as she will gladly tell you, if you call
at my residence, 879 B'ishwick avenue,
Brooklyn, N. Y,'
PRILosorrrY and fact: "Speaking of
dreams," said old Metaphysics, the
other day, "did you ever notico that
whenver you dream of falling, falling,
falling, you always wake up before.you
stop ? Well, if you stopped before you
woke up you'd wake up in the next
world," and that very name night he
dreamed he dropped from a live-story
window and struck the pavementit, and
he woke up, not in the next world, but
feoling around on the oiloloth for the
* l*Mean people take advantage of
their neighbor's difliculties to annoy them. '
tlean diseases, such as piles, rheumatism,
constipation, dyspepdla, malaria. lame
backs, etc., take advantage of people's ex
posures and attack them. It is then that
Kidney-Wort app-ars on the fleld and by
its timely agency puts to rout this flock of
evil ailments. It is a friend i need and
therefore a friend indeed.
Ii:iYNothiing so simple and perfect for
coloring as the Diamond Dyes. For car
pet rags, better ani cheaper thau any
other dye stuffs.
(LARRIOAT,: "But, sir," objected the
lady, "therO i that Chinese laundry in
the next block. If it was not for that
I should have no objection." "Why,
madam," remonstrated the house agent,
"this locality is considered a particular
ly desirable one. No objectionable
neighbors, no-" "You are mistaken,
Air,' said the lady, with oflonded digui
ty, "I saw it myself. It had 'C0hi Psi'
over the door."
If any one has represented that we are
In any way interesteud in any bogus litters
or stuff with the word "liops" in their
name, cheating honest folks, or that we
will pay any of their bills or debts, they
are fran'ls amti swindlera, antd the victims
shinltld punish them. WVe "cal mt and pay
only thke hils for thei g'emune hiop Hitlers,
the purest anti' hest medinine on earlth,
111 i'r rii \~lIAN mV oreiinim (C.
A allerArnoniCAL kinozk-down: ,J ess
Frisby thinks lhe is v'ery smart and is
mnehni givon to ask'ing silly questions.
Clarmme A. Marshaill was ntanding on
the sidewalk on Austin avenue, when
Frishiy eoamo upt and askod: "WhVlat are
anre you thlinking about when you doni't,
think about anything ?" ''Tun'n I aum
thinking what aunswer to give a mas who
hins ansked no0 quiet."
An old physician, retired from practice,
naving had placed in his hands by an
East India ;mtssionary the formula of a
simple vegetable remedy for the speedy
and permanent cure of Consumption,
Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all throat
and laung Affections, also a positive and
radical cure for Nervous Debility and all
Nervous Complaints, after having tested
its wonderf ul curative powers in thousands
of case, has feli. it his duty to miake it
known to his suffering follows. Actuated
by this motive and a desire to relieve hu
man suffering, I will send free of charge,
to all who desire It, this receipo, in Ger
man, French or English, with full direco
tions for ,preparing and using. Bent by
mail by addrsasing with stamp, naming
this papier. W. A. Noyes, 149 Power's
Block. Rochester, Nv, Y.
Excrrrae runaway: Paer-"'Well.
Charlie ine boy, I had a arrow ott op
' i driv'ing over to see your roomi to-day.
As we t uriied the coiner by Bock ilall
the hlcso started into a dead run and
nearly up~set mec." Charlie-"Oh~C~, lie
smelt the wiltd Oats roiunid the college, I
John Kuhn, tof lAfayettc, indl. , hadl a
very iarrow escanpe from decath. 'This is
his owni story: "(One year ago t was in
thle last stages of consumption. Our best
physiciala gave my case up. I finally got
so low that our doctor said thant I could
not live twenty-four hours. My frientds
then purchased a bottle of D~r. Wim. Hali's
Halsam for the Lungs, which benethed me.
I ctontinued until I took nine bottles. I am
now In perfect hecalth having usedl no other
WAiTvt: "'An't that a p'leautant wine?"
Guesat: ''It has a fine flavor; the color
pleases me very much." Waiter: "1
should smile. Maybe the boss didn't
have a good time getting it up to the
rig~ht color. H~e had to ramsnek all the
dIrug stores in town."
Pure cod hiver oil, frota selected livers,
en the seashore, by Casiwell, llazard & Co.,
ti. Y. Absolutely pure and sweet. Pa...
tients who have onice taken it prefer It to
all others. Ph~ysicians declare it superior
to all other oils.
Chapped hands, face, pimples and rough
skin curcd by using Juniper Soap, made
by CJaswell, Hazard & Co.. New York.
LIvanAnIY: Young iady-"Mr. IL,
dont ouadmire 'Looksley H all'?" Mr.
L."Wl-or-I don't know as I ever
saw that buildlig."
Aitoin'su Jrain Foodl.
Cures Nervous D~ebility and WeaKness
of GIeneratuve Organs. ,$1 all diruggists.
Bend for circular. Allt a s Pharmacy, 318
F~irst av. N. Y.
THREE peopleo an keep a secret when
two of them are d. ad.
The habit of t'unnmng over boots or
shoes correctedi with L~yon's P'atent 11lotd
Tilt OwnA PlincR
serofula, Scrofulous Humor, cancer Cadimrous
Humor Erysi lae, Caker, Bali ItIleuam,
Pimpledlr umor In the Face, Coughs
andl Coldb Ulcers, Bronchitis, Neu
, rawk, sepsrk. itheutmatiata,
M is In he sie, constipa
%ion Costiveness, Iles.
Ill tihe Back
Faintness at the Stomach, Kid'ney Coplaint,
Female Weakness anI General Debility.
This preparation is soIentIfically and chemically
combined and so strongly concentrated from
toots, heri>s, and barks that its good effects are
realized immediately after comniuencing to take it.
There Is no disease of time humun mystem for wh!ch
the VxOWNle5 Caunt be U8041 with i'itymoT
SAY'rY, n8 it does no% contain any metailic com
pouid. For eradioating the systein of all Impuri
ties of the blood it has no equal. it has never
failed to effect a cure giving toue and strength to
the system dobilitatew by disease. Its wonmerful
effects upon the complaluts named are strprising
to all. lanmy have been cured by the VXUBTINN
that have tried nany other remodies. It ourm well
Tle Great Blood Purifier.
Dr. W. Ross Writes:
Scrofula, J4ver (bmplaint, D.yapep
sia, lheumnatism, Weaknese.
H. It. STHVXsS, BOSTON:
I have been practising inemiline for 25 years, and
as a reunemy for Scrinfla, Litvr Complaint, IVys
f'Psia, WWumallin, Wleakness, and all diseases
of thme bloot, I have never found Ils equal. I have
sold Vegetitie for 7 ye trs and have never had one
bottle retrmed. I woild heartily recommend it
to those in need of a blool puriller.
Dit. W. ROSS. Drmugglst,
Sept. 18, 1878. Wilton, Iowa.
ViKTINK.-or eradicting all lmpuritleR of the
blood Irom the systemn, it has nto eiual. It has
never ralled to efcftl at cure, givimr time awl
strengl t time sysemi debihitated by disease.
Vogetine is Sold by All Druggists.
Remember that stamina, vital energy, the life
principle or whatever you may chomose to call the
resistant powers whlen battles against the causes
of disease and demathi, is tho grand safeguard of
health. It Is the garrison of time human fortress,
and when it waxes weatk,thme true poliey Is to throw
In renfomrcenmment. In oilher wordis, whens such mn
emerencoccr.)commncea curs of1108.
ereto whom apply for Hostetter's Alnmanac for
If yen are sIck Hlop Hitters wIll surely aid Na
lure in making you well when all else falls.
If you are costive or dyspeptic, or are suffering
from any other of the numerous diseases of the
Itomach or bowels, It Is your own fault if yout re
mlain ill, for Hlop Bitters are a sovereign remedy In
all such complainia.
If you are wasting away wlth any form of Kid.
ney disease, slop tempiug Death this moinent,
and turn for a cure to Hop flitters.
If you are sick with thlat terrhie sickness, Ner
vousnesas, you will fInd a "ilalm in Gilead" in the
use of Ilop ittersi.
If you are a freqummnter, or a resident of a mas-m
mnatic district, barrmcmqde your systemn againust the
scourge of all countries-malarlal, epidemic, bl
ous, and ittermittent fevers-by time use of Hop
If you have rough pimply or sallow skin, bad
breath, palns ancmac mleis, aini feel misermleo gen
irally, 111' Blimters will g mve you fauir skin, rich
Dhood, ammd sweetest breath, hmeallth, and comfort.
In short thecy cure all IDiseases of time stomach,
flowels, Itinoot, Lmaer, Nerves, Kidnlueys, BrIght's
Dwmesem. $500 will be paid for a case they will not,
unire or hmelp.
Th'iat imioor, beudriddlen, iuvalId 'ite sIster
nothter, or daughmmer, canm be nmd lime pleture o?
:mealthm, by as few buotles of Ilopm litters, costing
:mt a trifle. IllI you let themn suffer ?
T IEF CREAT CURE a
-HE-E MA-T--8-M- e
As ft is for all thto painful diseases of tho 1|
SKIDNEYS,L.IVE R AND DOWEL.S. C
It oloanees th'e symton i o h acrid poison ~
that causecs the dlreadult msufrering whioh *
o only the victimm of Rhfoumatlim can reatiszo. .|h
.5 THOUSANDS OPCASES J8
of the worst formsn of this terrible disnase
j have been quicly rlioved, and In short timo
S PERFECTL.Y CURED.
t Pntf', $1. li91'0 oil DitY, soi.D irliY UtCOIsTS. E
< di- iury can ho sent by umail.
660( a weekla i - mar ownm town. TIerme and aus oumtat
faa re..hdli a I I. lai I~y- &T 1... Portlanam daI
m4i hvwm.muti remmediy foar the abouve dil'n',: i
aI hmad of ca5e of that wor't kind aned at in..:
mta, mu emm~** it t I . endl 'mi Ioi 1 )m i.: mm m t
mit~her wamh a VAI t'Am~~- 'm x 2 :.riIstn le. s i..as, 5',
imny ammiror. nimo Ixm ." mai U. . ammtr..-- r
R HEUMATISM i
If you are a sufferer with this terrIble disease, you cam
learn something to your interest by reading our new
pamphlet, which gives full particular, as to the cause of
lRheumatIsm and lieuraigia, and the manner of treatment
required to effect a permanent cure. Do not fa sI to read
6t Sat fres on applIcatIon. Addrees
RheumatIc Syrup Co., Iehneter. P. T.
DR. H. W. LOBB, M E AL. OFFICES
NO. 329 NOltTH'I FiIFTEENTH'1 hTREETV,
l'hiladelphmia, l'a. 15 years' expeCrlince. (Katab.
ishedm for treatient with purely vegetable medi
3lnes.) D~r. l.ohlb's long experience in the treat
nent of diseases eniables him to guiarantee a cure
i all cases. Consultation free andi strictly con
mlk~lntial. Call In person or by letter. Oflice
tours: 1-1 to 2 and 7 to 10 evening.
Thsose answering an avertisemaent winl
wenfer a fsavor upon the adivert ser and the
mublisher by statang that they saw the aud
,,1..... a ,.-cos a.T-sn..... ti pe
A TUn nut: "What 11" exclaimed an
Austin justice to a colored culprit, "have
you the audacity to say you do not ree
oguizo this pocket-book?" ''Yes, sa."
"But it was found in your posesion."
"In my whlt-did-yer-say, J. dge ?" 'In
your possession.' This pockot-book was
found in your pocket, sir." .J3edge,
you has done tole two stories about dat
ar. Fust, yer sai(l hit was foun' in-my
porsession, and den yer 'lowed hit was
foun' in my pocket. Bofe dom yarns
cAn't be true. Ef do jedges on do bench
3an't tell do troof. lilt's no wonder dat
a poor niierable niggah like me got led
astray." The justice drew a long breath,
and once more producing the pocket
book said: "You douied just now that
you had ever seen this pocket-book. J
now ask you again, did you over see
this poc'kt-book before?" ''Why, of
course. Ilit am de same one you
showed we a minute ago. Yer must be
lobin' yer mind, Jed go."
An ef'-)rt existing without a cause 13 an
impossibility ; tickling In the throat,husk
.ess of the voice, violent coughing, etc.,
are the (iff !cts of a severe cold. Dr. Bull's
Uough Syrup cures the cold at once and
renioves its serious effects.
"I'M not going to school any more,"
said, a little, four-year-old boy to his
mamma, on his return from his fit at day
at the kindergarten. "Why, my dear,
don't rou like to see the little boys and
girls ?' "Yea, but I don't want to go,'
persisted the boy; "'cause my teacher
says to-morrow she's going to try to put
an idea into my head."
**"A fair outside is but a poor substi
tute for inward woith." Good healta in
wardly, of the bowels, liver and kidneys,
is sure to secure a fair outside, the glow of
health on the check and vigor in the frame.
For this, use Kidney-Wort and nothing
SirDon't wear dingy or faded things
when the ten-cent Diamond Dyes will
make them good as new. They are per
A sour Enin lady sent a mug, with
the motto "Think of Me" thereon, to
her husband's favorite saloon, and when
ho stays late it is handed to him, and
he immediately starts for home.
Whien Hops are $1.25 per lb, as now,an
acre will yield $1.000 protit, and yet the
best family Medicine on earth, Hop Bit
ters, contain the same quantity of Hops
and are sold at the same price fixed years
ago, although Hlops now are twenty times
higher than then. Hiaise 11ops, get rich
in pocket; use :>p Bitters and get rich in
"WLAT a change," exclaims the nov
elist, Roe, "one little woman can make
in a znan's life I" Exactly; and what a
heap of "change" she requires while
Hnry's Carbomae SalvO.
The best Salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, soles, tilcers, salt rhouni, totter,
chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all
kinds of skin eruptions, etc. Get Ilanry's
Carboline Salve, as all others are bu iui
"My Charlie is growing a perfect
love of a moustache," sanl ona tsobool
girl to another; "I can see it real plain."
-'So you ought, dear; it is frequently
right under your nioso."
Vecgetlne-Th is preparation is scientifi
cally and cheicaltly combinedl, and so
strongly concent rated front roots, herbs
andl bmrks, that its g~od Jrcis a'C reali
zed inmmeclatcly after commencing to take
WHnNe you m* et a woman who has to
stop to consider just how to adviso you,
you may take it for granited that shte
dloesn'1 know much.
The soft and silk v appearaince given to
the hair b~y the tae of Carbotiile, the na
tural hair restorer and 'to; ssing,as now im
provedl and perfected, is the subje~ct of
general remark by all who have witneseed
its dIeets uipon tile hiunan hiend. Sold lby
all tliaers in <lruigs.
WVuAT is homec without a niight key 9
ft's eqivatlentt to a t ickent to a firsat-ohtes
loeture of symphony ini whlite.
Skinnay Mon. "Wells ii alth lionower' ro
stores health, ettres d' 1 la. ina.l)IeriOe. $1,
"Wolb-t,' tu h on Co.rns.' 160. Ask for it
Qoick, coniplet~ our.'. C reus. Warta, bunion.
AIMELIA-'' 011 day talk about your
city fe'llowa, but give me a beau from
the country I" Juliet-'"Andi why do
you want a counitry beau11, I should love
to hear ?" .Amelia-'Bheauise, sis, ho's
very likely to become a husibandmn.j"
*hydia E. l'ink tiun's V('g('table CUim
oitud is ai posilt v'' cure for alt ttmoe weak
les 0 socoatinlOn to our best feon de pop,.
WIA-r relation is a lonif of b~read] to ai
teamtn engine ? Bread is a nieceissity. A
teainm engine is an invention. Necessi
y is the mother of invention; therefore,
loaf of bread is mother to a steam
Dr. kiti c's Gireat Nerve JRestoier Ia the
mn ((r el ie aige bor ail net ye dilbcasts,. Alt
lilti pi a150.sei 10 1131 Arch Strect.
Tfan shorter theo man the tailor the
Iktsi 'trmg ons t o . ~th t I I. ali r
~ RUS intet aeasr epqbe t
with the Fingcr. With lIgt~
hep tbyrsleir a aeult. iia easy, durabie
EO~hESTON T EUSS CO., ChIcsse, IlL
RUJPTU RE =-= re=c.
70DUNG MEN "r oa fe ontlfe
tid be, certain of ni .ituation r Va i n'l't
'ME ISS EtU('UU AflR EBOY." 20s ati daty d ohl
i e want ain Agecnt in 'very town. MondII,, for r'uar,,
erman ant agency to Ateariestat P'ast,iaina
.onts. W. H. TrEIbOMPSO.. Plaisa.. E'ua.
fl rA 3AI AND CATS
DIaSEs.C OLT SVCC c m a NInv E AvrEC
IOH~s.F nrit.E8Tte.iNFA1.J.iBiI.Ei ftaken
$sdroe rFt im frt. as.Te t,2 trial bot tle free to )itcas.the0 yain *z ros
char.g.' en is u .0hen recelved. Send namne, PIn
expressA lltrosasof siiete. to n mKt.Iix3 Arob
St .Pilad .1. Sc. Luruuof.gr. c.- A'.-s.
Rheumatism, Nuralgia, Sciatica,
L.umbago, Backache, Headacho, Toothache,
Sore Threaont, Nwenlitn NJpratulllot.ensnffes,
I1urun, Nealdn, e nt lste,
AND ALL OTHER NDILY PAINS AND ACIES.
Sold by Druggists au-I Dealerseve-r[ where. Fifty Centas abottle.
Directions tu l fangionges.
THE THAHLES A. VOEM C .
(Ba! oosesr eA. V01ELER & cO.) Vli tore. 3id., UV. A,
A NOTED BUT UNTITIR1D WOMANo
[From thim Boston G"lot.
Afetters. Ed tors .
The above is a ood likiens of Mrs. Lydia E. Pina
ham, of Lynn, Mrk.,who aboVoall othhumach oeins
mnay bo t ruthfnully enlled tho "Dea' riend of 1% Oman,"
assoino of her cormeiondents lovetena1 her. Oe
6:s scalously dlevotel to hor wor, Wic is th outcomo
Of a li-Stndy, Anil IR obIIged to keep FIX lFdy
ass4bDtans, to help hi Dser a to largo coreestiondeneo
whichl danlly ponrs In Itponk her, en.-thbear-ing Its -pecial
buirden of suif irt~iIng jcoy at leasse from It. Icr
Vegetable GoipuuncI Is a i diOcno for goodl and nt
evil purposes. I lnve itersonally investigatd It and
am satisfied of the toth of this. -
On Rccount of it:1 proven mierits. It Is recommended:
andl prescribed b~y thebleat physiclis in the count ry.
Ono says# "It works lI* a charm and savei noch
pain. It will cure ent frely the worst fori of falling
of the utert, Lene.otrheen, Irregular and painful
yenst runttltnill Ovari n Tronh les, Inflantd tion nuid
Ulcration, Floodbtgs, all Displacerments and the otcon
soeut spinal weakness, and is lspoectally adapted to
the chango f Lito."
It permeates every port lon'of the sytem, and gives
now life andl vigor. It remove fatines.as flt iuleny,
destrbyl ossnu fs a inralavsn for nosileve weak
ness of thle tomaes . It eI'rs oally i eigattlanes,
Nervoas P rosirat ion, Girat t i
DepresscountfiT: proveig. rit. Tht ie-li-of bearing
don nulgd ba, thebt anyicl inbkaho,13 always
permanent"y enrki 1,yo 1. ne.It will ati lltmes, and
underall circnstnnresay tlot in burniorsI withtlelaw
that governa, thfie fewn rit,- I yut nt.
teostusttsnly t. i3r bott toesix for $ t.,tnnd is sold by
druggists. A ate r, astd is tspecial edaseand
the naumsag of many who hat v ben rest-ored to perfect
health b.v Ithe usy ofOn of the ablotComponnd, nn Ie
obtained by mldriodsn MIrs. P., with csamp rot reply,
at her homno In Lynni:, .tP
For -itney Comiplint o) .-Wher sex this contpinndia
nsur;as-ted as n b tin ' a nt I.. lsint. nal- shov-.
"'M-s. Pinkhiam's- I Iver I ills,",anyii one witer "tire
the Ma1 in the wort l o. iIto - !I -et of Constli tto:a,
Iliousness anil Torpidi, (its ofihe liver. Hter mtood
nritier works wonders in its spreinl line ittid Lat'irat
to equal the Comwponn.i In its pi:.ulam Ity.
Aln us lit respet her its an Antgel of terey whhe olwe
ambition Is to do goI to ot hen.
Philadolphia, Pa. V1 hrri . A. M. d
hea s a Imo s0fi eordo uio ini
O at thn ho e .:: nyi vtma ?TE ONT
E ur1; -si..:. asntt.ss. - ij-ut -wor atoce<aug
.is. rPtrr:niend I 1s0 iitllspey ieiy ovr- "am
Ulou-nee thes Ts:re :ti of i.st lher.th ac in, 4
Psil ,or- wondTers In orr sprlint leul~iar .i
to wilul t Cspomptlan is sa:~t cy. t
Alliita es'ther uex n:assnincortnions oinoe
aabrik dis toordropy dopotltaad ulr rggn
plapis lpcity ild it a urio Ao. i. 1
HASfOL BY3ALL ROVED rio$1
$5oe' $20ss br dy at h diordered uhs-tworte usd
Addre ssTysoN- at to, rurdg.
0xo~uetssd Is for 'ill Astr l;Lil.\ acti *
o hisaitts. pcui oany
.~ toyTisxb th spn tdo
audeikuc:ss, ~iise-comp i udes-isseod.
yil toiths, care tor
13- Wu lar avdRUTest8 imo. d
~ $2O ~ 'la i a 'teiluas . Wetril $& lir
$ uto) A his N.tYsas.ingrt, M20
Warrtid perfet. 1:11rhto ning,
que ihnsne und ssharabe. )Sent
not15fl55jme urn,,a 4si )sets
) eth. 1litopI: tehanwale st
ofiI.eCila~l ite reti i ri~
All sentirn tst tsrias'l-ph i ' 1fs
- eylars w itsimon'r ialsl res. A
0 This (X.4 hri vthee
onoes' ntustr ialt n wMonhlil
/odb ni newdener and Poissanst
e''- send f eer V ent f ral set is n
**P.Ys o-W. l'MNlNslist iys'eig, .:N'i\idses.
lata' 7E 4 t.s, Newil~s York.'ssdsit. i
toii Xtrmber ivelIFTY li CENrsTsis. l forAs
threemo ts if oll satisf yo Othat l'y o
anol ubysrib usoadoallarmstfa Pieurtnnel
ye-t. tendm et vlu reitsieiaet
(i, thr tn-ury meansofNNNU nuigEZIII T ren a ls.ih
hi 'n- 1711. 18 SE. Ne $e
Enhnime ~et te benent of (nnie W) Csthlftw
WIb Nleortsbet. weekl FIFidmi pah mnT d -i
lut hee months itill ei 'riginal tinant making
s:bsc-mtory etres, entfr for ~ r ad'
wani,<d verywher. lttr it. t sa
CAmDDhTh- IN&l ~ IleS. NCeaOM
tsril itiish w stieits Ailtilni titsGO ssri H i EAlsi L is
P:~llt~~iII,lW.ZIEGLE 9ii' r~ii st.sie P s h,srsqs5
Itititill'eywiis'-.AssriI. -.l ss~ e IS 1..s A(
o combinat.T is rnt
i~~I 0 amst-o en t. Physti is ttt
Tnl Thrdete and arorti
no isalrs nin~.ytld timings
aord, is on s rocc isti osi
seas~o s ~ jIolist badn U.etrt 8.iiotstiiht
fo'red Aettie4ive p nated tiss
toAnas. al~el orests to a
- s reto eabiht of th
0 ~ iY. Ws ellin them tho Mray
oo itrile~ i/our Poth< e. to
__ Aodedrant odr tw or or~
Ti wilu urTeliinki alend
- RFAD.aWbIAT T
A Rare Opportunity!
Valuable Premiums set
Thd;ef w atid ble and .IRnq!la
fitustrated alure ma e ob tned by
e or readr athye ublication FsRee
- slu rco 19 C age. Read (te odeertisessena
I c r fr El presetan opporituifty ch as is f t"l'sy
eset sfth. We pulishb a spIend1id Liternry, AR rie ual and
Uousebold 5sa r calld The isal hone ournal. each
numbe~r of w~shivcontals eight a ir J94 a ) i , s proflansly
tliustrtad, ait Rued with valune h l t. se t a f tse
Former, Gardlener and iiouwife, al a aendid .tarie, Sketches
and Poemns, useful Knuwleste, Lde atacy Work, Wit a.4
Humor. Exposures of luu tisesge, Ittarslig for te Young. Ne.s.
etc. It i replete with vatshtle intorniation, sand subsorlbe A
often end in1 a lagis Jleosue sse hint or angg.-tion north twice
site stoat of a years subscrilition. Wlilg to iatroatuce tIis
splendidl papr Itsto thausan414 of tarnes a here it is 00t alrcal
kuowsn. we n1ot Make tim followia unp.rallelet Oder: LUpan
4:411,1 of ony Fifly Centat In ostege sbtasps us swill Mend
Thae litarstl Huone Jusernasl o one Year, anid we ,ttil af1o
sEd Frencds peot.1prd Nix '11a1 i Alle bud l'ssefnsl Pret%.
luau., as fottourc: 1. ierup l'itsture Alium, contaiting 44
beatiful esmisossed pictures tI massy colors and valisus desigus.
ere lesirahtol for deairating fancy srtils. for scrap-books, ete.
. Laele' Lace Tie, 36 isches 1l. aol of very prettv desigt
will be sure to >leasi the ities, 3. sjstinale icith Key.
This Is a key that wai nind any wAl, as it adjusta Itself ts lit
any post. It is baetsamalely Ilsthed. aidi a an11 uiasr-l sld
banety articte for any one. 4. Eiegnat (sa Fli egermg
lIng. ftr Inly or gentivssani. with vist-plated top assn nare
pIate. T ii.r a pr ty rie, atnt one hat will last a life-i se.
6. 5entullfuel Linilles' Jet W~oodk, of barrelso aptWtrn.
neat anat otrilis. al will l-et a lile.time. 6. The Styleli,
Orite, or l'ombilal.ro#0 aoms, lay ti al of which 'ro can tell
any numisber or numhers thossthl of by iensberes of a comssaloamy. tes
Ie ages of your trienti. etc. Theao article. are all valuable aid
o0uful, warrantel a4 represented. snd very s'altalie for istlatunas
preasnt. Itemeneber, wsestl all tli prentusn detecrlbed above.
aix in nssmberfrese to any one sendliit Aly cen"ft for a year
sabearlpt ion to Tusa Itoaom, Liou1 JousitAL. Thl Is a wonder
fil bargalsa I Do not fail to take advedlvage of It. as yon may never
Pae have stnitaa ruity to obtain so sruth r ,o litto e moneyI
rollabill . s rtfer to the pulslt'bor of ano tewothaper In Nw
Yark at 11.00 we will send five obdaliion loathe paper andt
fivoi sets of the poretns; tilererfore by getting four of your
neighbors to send with.you, you will secure your own paper tand
premdiumeo free. A-1-dress.
11. LUPTON, PubieheriTPsarkPlaceNawXerk.
I CURE FITS!
When I say euro I do not Mean merely to to then
for at tisto auri thon havo titom return again ietn
a radlient enro. I IavO adesisi tille diease of Fjs' "i El-'.
LEl'Y or FALLI V0 8IIKN it$ a lifo-long study'.
I warrant iny reldy to OttO tile worst coe. ie
Cau1e othiersa havo fal ed ifs no reason for not noW rt,
colvmg n Care. -ienal at ofice for a treat lso and a ee
lIottlo eof my lnfallitilo rentedy. Give Expree- anti
poitstollco. It coit oti nothinag for sa trisai. anrtit wih.
Curueyoul. Addose 11r. H. 0. 1100r,183 Pehrl lt, N. Y.
WANTED--A GENERAL AGENT
in overy Comnty, With whm we will iske FxrT.%
LIUMIaI. T-r:liN ari givte 1l control of one or iiore
of our new siud rapid asieillng iltsblicatios. Any Agont
of exierience in i ons wark up1W a psrnsatneuit biti
esos whiciI will pay lan $100.00 or alolre per nionth.
by setringsi eit rol of le .I ny anlti tpoIntinuli
canvassainn enlts. For ftarther >:irticultre ti dres.
Du tI LA SS HI1M0., 63 N. l th .8L, Phila., Pa.
A 0lb lsinters'Adiiouturs n III %sstralin " No.
16 ,a oskly tt.ukside, snst FtE otilt recehist
of l!1rt tI, by DO.N N E.IL I-, LO VI & C(o., chliago.
rlsa eau pera. lit tention!--O.,M. Fmasaisas111. Newtonl.N.
a J..Ia.i aglieyect inarket price fior raw Furs & Siniia.
[EA MIONS dito Soldlers, tieir WIlows. Clldri
or putretits. Under new Ilwa tiousandsls ntitled to)
aneresio aenaltm. hiefer to asev. F. 1). l'ownER, Chilia.
lain U. S. II. It. Writo for lawst and inforuation. Patut
entlsi protired. Asldrees, with statu IELI.UTM MIL.
LEl & CO., Wahingtont, D. C.
MWPERTUM' Celebrated Single Brceee
Letading 14aot Guns at $12 up.
Double Barrel Breeoh Loaders, 010 Up.
Fretand & Wadeworih 'hoice bore Min.
, Breccc'Ia Leonsehiuag 1iluunsa, at 414.50 it.
e an t-coo la ieondtcini Ounestmui Pia.
ia of mst approved Enarsishall American makea.
I kind ofhpo"rtiuag itsioespleats and arti
ele reqtured b 'y_ 1.srtsnier aidl t i.inmakres.
JOS.. O. 4 RU SIR Eb (0C.. 7l2 1laskel Ut.,
Bond 8.cotst stamap for Price-Lsat. Ph ilnate i sis ta n
Watyno's Automatic Engines.
14abahle, DUrable Aai Roonomical, soWJrf.mcgae
loreoypeer wossA jj lsewt and eraE- than ant oe
'"'sfec fe, not ltte wish e Autoaratic e
-end f r1irateOtalog-ue .J" for Iif rmatto ig
R. HA LLt'S
are Cogaaptin, uslde, noeumont ins-~
~taen-a, Hoftft~tsl. D~illcenIg esci, llrencil aiss
tiissae ncan all m n d othecorentb (ing
It. (Clalsua sIon; is not a Ia intcarnble imon ndiy.
1AlaiA'N AlR wI1 cute you, evena
C ~ou la oei >non id rnIl.
' aulREs WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS.
Use n tme. oldby drnuggiste.
toi sendl 3-e. samp fear the nasl ctsniaete Castlogues
rYPE, BORDERS, CUTS, PRESSES &c
1.0 W iiT it10 .e. gyit~i y~'V a .aa
MIATIONAL TYPE C0s, 1Itsilen so
RIs unflalhsg and ifl
CIIWIII IA'A~..ble In uarinsg E~pllilphe .
gggggFile, Spacana, U-Jnnyns.
atone, St. Vius Danucea,
Alcohoslisma Opium i:at.
inag, iutrofunia andl at
Nerrvous and iBloodi Dia
ease. To Ultstgymtoa.
Law r, itderary Moen
t~Ad atal wh'A
bowels or Kidnoys.
whon rntquire a nor
TAN NiaitVlNEa iasa.
seVER FAILS. 'dpasrn Itth u s
IV wndenrfual Invigosran6b
in~s~ffE~ze~ that over ststad the
~snking syten. Feor
~~W R ~ sale by all Druggista.
TIE~ Di. S. A. ItIcIIO(ND) lIED~iIAI 00,.
- ---roleor repr.etore se ageo
R BE TO-MORRow?
orraset y asny tahano Iin Lim wtsather 12to 4hnuir
kms salltorms Iaislroachsing, anid from~ woiha.
sui hjfniorse. Fn~'arpersn plan their worsk
r alltl nsel ai-i: elitttao in ssia thilsuo.
SA'I T 11l 1 NID I U4j1)I E i i stir t vehilt hiot
l'Cecrtsc"BEST IN THE WOR DIi
icier sure putt itn A nisely fllies-dl watist.5 ramse A
et 5)., ninikint iitft bteautiful a-s ws-lI nit utisdul ar.
snl la (IoSrs, It'Orif frs~ee, to youirplacos in go .i
r fat 1. A~eafisa ssro milaig freema 4istoa 53
till/ cs~jCntin ~e. Orsier at onato. it 5eits nal
soil to faisero lsors'has,s eitt. Js-uhnll, s
uns takeni if In goods order, Is t momil Yprso
ver ,wherse. SeisI foar C rcsis ns I nma.
a kssue in the sesronl)(st-aeo, 4bnie ge a.
r, Potatesr, (Cou~nl~t - ik, Firstl
'at htos lan Onwoa s. . atyisIt)
II IC PiIIl(I NAY A l1's T IT
ke as wthellasaone that cos te ota 'eans rasl
s. II toml:s, SIhip''Twiligut," lana Frniw
Ortlo r, andsal l ntht thistritnnentgives~
i Ii'. it is maat' dou wondor'uly s p~1
0 otllirsta ptrf coa tIn forotelinss
ed an tlfablei. Sizois -Shiehes o
ie s. no rienttetm It am one afln