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& GOOD WEEDEII,-0ht your blacksmith
to cut out a piece of piece of plow steel 8
Inches wide and six inches long for the
blade. By drilling two holes In the centre
he can fasten on the shank for the handle,
which should be forked and provided with
a socket for the Insertion of the handle,
and should be set at an anglo of forty-five
degrees to the piano of the blade. The 2
long edges should Do drawn thin and shar
pened. You have now one of the most
effective weeding hoes ever Invantod, and
it is not patented. It- has a double edge,
and can be worked cqially well by pulling
or pushing. I passes along just inder or
on the surface and effectually cuts off eve
ry weed between the young plants in the
row without too much disturbance of the
surface. It is not intended as a cultivator
of course, but as a weeder is hard to beat,
CUTTING THE CULS.--Alllch cowo are
greatly benefitted and will increase and
maintain the flow of milk if felt upon the
little potatoes, Irish or sweet, which are
left over fren tle crop, and are too small
to self or use at home. But they should be
cut fine. A good plan is to have a trough
or sicut box in which, after washing, the
potatoes can be cut with a common spade;
but a better plan is to take an old spade or
hoe or firo-shcvel, and by attaching a stout
short handle, provide an implement ex
pressly for the purpose and save the wear
and tear and rust of the spade.
As a general thing, says a sensible wri
ter, all of our farm tools are too heavy.
Generally speaking, the farim wagon that
will bear up uinder a ton %eight with case
is plenty heavy enough for all practical
purposes to which a farm wagon should be
put. If You want to haul two tons It is
for better and cheaper in the end to make
two loads of it. The saving in horse flesh
anid feed, will, In a few years, amount to
enough to buy a new oiio and have sonie
thing left for profit. It you are about or
dering a new wagon have it ma(Ie light
and of tle best material find you will nev
'r regret it.
C. 11. JOHNSON tells the 1"'lit Urow'cr
that by going ciirefully over his groutnds
several times edch seasoll ind removing
and burning all plants showing raspberry
rust lie has succeeded to such an extent
that no more tlianl half d 'dozen cases of
the disease, appeared last year ini the whole
of his three acres devoted to this fruit,
while another urower iat soie distance,
"lost aliest his entire sloek witihout
knowing the cause.
A HAY Ilooic.-A very convenienl little
article s iy hay hook, made from the
stein of a young tree cut (lf aluit fone in
cies-below its juncture wi a a short branich
the branch cut off about tlie sat1ie disiance
from the siem, both slharpe, (.d to a rouid
ing pilit, ind the uipper ll't of the st eii
for a handle about three feet in lengli.
This is i proper inaiplement for I)ilhinig lilly
out of the stack or mow.
AW'No raspherries, tihe Turnier il a rai
pant grower aini eeds seveie pruning.
Cregg Stands inl the front rnu'k or llick
caps. It needs a atsi ong, lklilny Soli. He-.
liance is an excellent berry for camning
anld hotue use. II iseil is a red berry'iand
notded for il- hardies, enfi mess, and sol
idity. Bramtywine is a lirsi-el as iartulo'
Wiuii.E thuere arc grapes of fin'r quahty
t han the Con'ordt, t hre is none that is
inore cominonily grown for' general u se.
liut a Vineyard is not ('Oiplete withbout
the litile Delaware, thei Catawhia, (J! inuton
andl othiers, suchl 118 th lI'retlliss, Packl ling
toll, WOrdeni and1 Luly Waslinngton. Nearly3
every vine grower hils his faranite varie4ty,
one special Ily ladapteid to his soil, local ity3,
and gener'al suirrounidings.
Au.s'i annuullaineously tioin Iowa C'ity',
la.,* and 1from SI llwater, Min., Comles
news oh disease aixong thei honugs. 'Though
called hog cholera in the first case, phiysi
cians who have examnined the iaiias after
death de'clare it to be a iiewi dhSease.Coirre
spondenits in vicinity of tiese platces will
oblige us by advising us ot such part11iciulais
as they can learn ini regard to it,
lloU'sE plants canniot flourish itilosi
much care in Winter; and insects aire es
pecially to be looked't after'. Tlobaucco ten
kills the green fly; wthite heillebore tlie
niealy bugr. and rea Ipepper in 'gd e
almost all insects.
TiiosE wvho live iu troe couintry ;iedt to
give their cellars special attention just
now. Disease Itirks in the decaying veg
etables, if such there be, see tat the
cellar hias good ventilation somewhere else
than through the cellar door arid stairway.
Osioxa luist not,he allowed to freeze
and thaw alternately ihiroughi tic \Vinter';
as this is injurious to theim. Spread them
on the barn floor, where the quanitity is
large, atui( cover with hay or straw. Or
they may be kept in barrels haeaded up anid
pult ini a cold place.
PuoFRiiaoni BRAL lecoinalls to pu'ok
('elery' and1 other vegelables mn damp 11nos5
for keeing through wimter. 1t is said
that vegetables thus packed will not only
keep a long tume but retaiu thieu' flhvor andl
qulality 5o well (liat they aan harudly lit dis
tiiagiished froni fresh ones.
'I uE waler Courses cairry millions of1 tns
of fertilizing tnerlal to the son. Theli Nile
alone pours over a thousand Ions of nitrate
into (lie Mcediterraneani each twenty--four
hours. TIhe loss analally Is grcater,thierc
fore, thin (liat conitainedt in the' guano dle
-posits,wvhen we consider the entire surface
of (lie (arthi.
iTu thioroughbred horse Is huiige in size'.
* ofteii reaching siecen handa ini height
Though not as heavy-limbed as the (Clydes
daleh or Perchmeron they are more mus~cuiir
in pr'opor'tioii to their bones, wh ichi are
very line, and, coinparing t heir enulirane',
activity and speed with thie larger breed(s,
aire not inferior to themi In any respect fo1
A Fnnrixo lFox.--A handi~y subsl)tituate
for a basket, in which to carry cornm, vege
tabiles, etc., from the house or' crib to the
stlable's, is a sloiit box eighteen inches
sq1uale and11 ten iniches deeph, with ai han~dle'
o1 hIckory benit and( fastened to thle sides
with screws. It will last a lifP ...e, ando
clau be made to any exact meiasure.
T1'itann is considerable advantage renhzx
ed tunmgoff young ammiuas ais young
as possible after getting a good ga'wthi, as
it requires less capital in condhitting (lie
business of breeding and1( fee-ling, anl~ldie
risks of accidlents, diseases and~ all oilier
things are much lessened.
]NKj cahi be entirely taken out o1 \vbite
goods wltha milk, if the itk be applied
(lie moment after the Spilling o1 the ink.
193Rn all the swept apples thbat are not
n'arketable to t.he piigs and horses. TIhey
aue hecalthuful andl~ especially relhshed by
II11NTs Fon WOMEN,--The fsoo anon
cold and winds is upon us. Those owm
on the farms are more or less exposed
* meneles of the season.
Whether wife or daughter you do not
ontiroly belong to yourself. Your prec
ions health and lives are important to
you and to those dopendent on you.
Exposure on "bluo Monday," getting
through wjthi the family wasliug, ex
poses the wife or daughter to many
perils. Over the hot suds and in prob
ably a hot room, with sleeves rolled up,
the wood, the water or the clothes line
are out in the cold, where the bleak
winds pierce the very marrow. In the
hurry one is'tempted to go bareheaded,
with baure arnis, and thinly clad to the
wood shed or probably the wood pile
buried in thq snow. or the well or pumnp
at the corner of the houso whore the
fierce winds out to the heatt. Detained
longer thain sk.icipated, severe colds aro
contracted, which are neglected until
pulmonary troublea enisuo. followed by
consumption and death. Will not you
who are so valuablo to husband, child
ron, father and brothers-and who havo
such sanguine hopes of a long life of
happiness-tako caro of yourself? If
compelled to go from a hot room and
steaming suds, put on a shawl, closo and
comfortable; some protection to the
head; roll down the sleeves, and put on
over-shoes. You can, too, make your
melf a cheap but comfortablo pair of
cloth miLtlI in which to hang out or
bring in clothes, wood, or perform any
other outdoor chore, which even tio
best and most delicate women are called
on to perform. But take care of your
solves. Your health and life airo moro
valuable to your friends tha stock,
houses or lands.
TUiKiY SoUP.-For four quarts of
soup use the carcass of a cold roast tur
key; cut all the meat from the bones
and reserve it.; break up the bones and
put t hem inato at saucepan with Iany skin,
foree-meat and gravy which may bo on
lanid-he0 bones which may have been
served at the tablo shoildli )e saved for
tins soup; add to the bonies four quarts
of water, a large white t.1iIuri and11 a
mediom-sizo carrot peeled, anl onion
peeled and stuck with a (10511 wi'lole
cloves, a blade of iaee, a sprig of thyne
or sweet miarjorami, a stalk of celery, a
tablespoonful (of salt an11d two table
spuomiuls of toniato eatsuip or any good
table siailee. leJtI all these in gredients
1ol slowly togelther for an ioumr, keep
ing the salepali closely coverel,
Thllen strauii tile solp, season it higilly
with salt and pe2pper, put, in(to it tile hits
of turkey mnyt, aid half a cnpful of rive,
picked over an withied, aund boil the
soup until ie rice is j tst tender, whihl
will bo inl abotsut twenty minutes; then
serve the soip hot.
SCA1i,0r 'litniA DEl) AND FniED.--Pre
pare tlie scallops is hirected in the recipo
lor Fried Scallops with Salt Pork; have
ready the frying-kottle ltilf full Of snok
ing-liot fat; heat two eg;;s smoothly,
biut not, to a froth; put pleiiy of itie
sifted bread1-crum or cracker (9ust inl
a large dish; roll the scallops fir'st in the
crumbs, hen dip them one )y one in
I lite egg, taking eare not to wash ol the
eruimbs, and letting the egg drain olr
t hemi; roll t hem again in the crumbs,
andl fry thm ini simo kig-hoat falt; wiheni
lhe scallops are brown take them up~
with th le skimmer, lay thlein for a moa
iimnt on1 browii paper to free thoem froma
hat, amid then serve them haut., withl
sliced lemnon, water-cresses, or fried
pajrley. Jiknmember in breadd the
sealhloips to dlip onily 0one hiandl in the
beaten egg, and keep thle othier dry to
roll the scallops abloiut in the erumbs or1
Scanrnor's 1Fnium IN I NIIuA Mt-Ar.
Foilow t he genseral itirections fori washh
inmg andl drying the scallops. Wlule
thley ar1e bingi dr'ied pult overl the tire a
trying-kettle hall' iull oh fat, and lot it
get simokimg hot; thlen line'kly roll the
siealls ini iniansi moal, siasoined wiith
salt, and5 pepper; dirop thems into the
hot fial int fry thewm a light brown; as)
soon1 as they' are br'owii take thiem up~
with a skimmner, lay themi Ior a mnomett
on brown pmaper'i, to freu 11201m fromn fa,
and then serve them hot. Slices o'i
lemon served wiit hi tie scallops greatly
I, impi.ve the lLvor alul i~m 'opar'ance ol
the dish,. I f wiatu-er-e'ses iare ii hseason
they mnay replalce the lemoni.
Fuiuim PAusoI.Sr~-Choose lull slks
of parsley, carefuilly remove 2111iper
fect or ceuiyed leavecs, wiasha it well in
plenty oh salteJ col water', and( ap1rea~d
it oni a cleani towel to dry. When it is
quito free 110211 water', gather the stalks
in the right hand, 2and( quickly dip the
leaves hu i smokimg-hiot fait for a mo2
meuclt to) crisp t hem. .If t10he parsley is
put 111o the~ fat wiithi any moisture on
it 2a cloud1 of steam1 v' ill 2ri5e, anit there
will be great dliager of burning the
hand seriously; bult if it is car'efully
dried tihe operaitioni can tbe lperformaed
with perfect safiety,
Ib[aun is ai ri'pe for mak ing cofl'ee
(snot (leriaan): (Grinid t wo gills (of rOins
toil 2Rio coilhee a. fine a1S posible. Pat
imto a commoil(n tini c.oflee-pot. Add two
tin-cupfl s of (colid water and Set 021 the
back palrt of the stove and1( let it comoi
to a boil gradually. Whaen ut the boil
ing ploint set off ami( serve. It reqiries
noi a1ddition2 to settle it, as it is bieauti..
fully (c1ear'. 'iTh ab~ovo quantity will
maike six meldiumi cupfls of No. 1 cof
fee, gooid enough for any13 iman, and very
easily made. T1ry it.
Sroso a IRonr.--T wo eggs beat en very
light., I teacupjful of ight brown or
white sulgari, 3 teaspoonmfuls of' sweet
crealm, 1 heapl~ing teabspooil oh' baking
plowder) ihor'oughily minxed wiitha 1 tea
cupltuil of ilour'. Stir aill togetheri till
very'3 light, bake in a quick (oveni, have
aI kinl~ ready sp'end1 with sugar, turn
out oin the 12mp1kin2, spr2ead with aiiy kind
of jolly, jamli or alebu)OIttter. Bell up
who hot and1( lover ith ai naplkinl until
cold boeo cutting.
A TlEMIwriNo Di)n,-A nilco dish for
the supper of a1 convalescent is made(1 by
tot-ting two, thin slices of bread; latten
anid sotte ths le crust by pouninig it ai
little; bultter' thle toast while hot, 1)ut
0one slie, oni a wvarmi plate anid prad1(
over it a thin laiyer of cooked chickeni
chopped or cult in small bits; se'aso2
with pepper and1( salt, add a mot-hnoile'd
ogg, .then 12ay the other'1 slice of toast
oi or it,
2Vw21o)N1 wr'armi Li rra: PASruss.tn
the pigetias, puit. themi over' the lire wiithl
liat por'k and( haulter, let thecim browi,
slowvly, add i-uiall greenl 120n1, smud 8sea
son them with but little salt amnd pepper.
WVet a very little flour with somie brothi
01' soup, poliug it over the birds and1(
stewing them until tend~er.
D~o not pult soap in the water' wvill
which you wash the glass oni y'our bu.
rean; wvash it wvith clear' waiter wvith a
soft cloth; thon polish it with a piece
oft chamois skm., Tihis remloves lint amnd
mlkeslhe ghwIrns slaim
SHOULD hire a hall: "Justice, your
Honor I" exclaimed a.logal comet in one
of his eccentric perorations, "is not like
the fabulated Briareus of old, whose
were as multiplical as the sands of the
sea, nor yet like the famed Cyclops,
whose vision perforated only the arena
of coming futurity, but, like the spor
tive demonstration or 'fbind man's bluff,'
she pursues her way unseeing and un
seen, holding the steelyards that weigh
with coeval vicissitude the carats of
gold and the carrot6 of horticul turo and
knowing no North, no South, no East,
no West I"
(New Haven (UC1nn.) Union.
How a Lawyer Treated the ase.
I, David arouse, of New Haven, Con
necticut, was attacked with a severe rhcu
inatism in my right ari, hand and foot,
so that I walked with daiffculty and could
hardly use my hand to eat with. I used
one bottle St. Jacob's Oil, rubbing well
three tunes a day, and obtalied lustant re
lief and a perfect cure.
DAvID 6TROUa1, Attorney at-Law.
"Limuna toll yer," exclaimed old Na
than, arising at an educational niceting
and addressing the assemblage, "'dar
ain't half as much in eddycation as a
man in a moment 01) 'thusilsin mought
pronulgate. I raiised two town soils.
Jim went ter school an' got a go (d ed
dycation, but Ton stayed at home un'
noher looked inter a hook, but yit lie
mado a quicker showin' dan Jim."
"How ?" isked a chorus of voices.
"Why, he eat him inter do p1oniton
tiary by two days," exclaimed the old
man as lie Hat down with tho air of one
who feels that tho weight of ovidence
is in his favor.
'**"Men of teln mistake notoriety for
fame,'' but they never minstake Kidney
WAort for any quack inedicitie. h.idney
Wort is universally recognzed as a stand
ard reimedy for all (iseass of the liver,
bowels and kidneys.
AW"Diamond Dyes will color anything
any color, and never fail. 'I lie easiest
anld best way to econollize. 10 cents, at
A RNI'RRn fired at a bird as it flow
over the door yard of an Arkansaw res
dence. A boy that was playing around
was struck hy a couple of iiot, and his
loud cries brought the farmer to the
"What havo you done ?" he dm-n
ded of the hunter. "In my eagerness
to sec.ire the bird I fired thoughtlo.xily,
and I fear that I have seriously woun
ded your son."
"8011n,"V said tile old mal, "I thought
that you had hit my dog. Mind how
you shoot airound here, for if you put a
shot into that dogr I'll cut ol your ears.
If You o Iteii'ned.
in health front any cause, especially from
the use of any of the thousain(i nostrilm
that promise so largely, with long ficti
tiouis testimlioliails, have no fear. Rusort
to 1101 Bitters at once, and in a short
tina you will have the most robust and
AN Austin young niiu had beeii hor
in~ at ytoiing lady with his attentions for
some tile past, althoigh ol Vailions
anil sunialry occas ions she had given himni
to understand tha hidle was is~tastefiul to
tier. A few eveniugs ago lbe assuredl
her ihat lie wats aniiouis to flil her
"'1 it r'ealy a fact that you will do
whiattver I ask of you ?"
"Y~our slighltest wish is law, Comn
manid.me iaa1 I shall obey.''
"W~ell, thlen, I. wish you would see if
you emn i iduce my n~other to miarry
youi. She. is ai widow., aund is not as pair
Itieula': about whiomi she maliri'ies ats I aml.
A salencld i IC.:manaly t.,ir l.nn.g IhaMcak,s.
Dr. flobt. Newt'on, late President of the
Eclectic Colleire of the City of New York,
and formerly of Cminnati, OIo, used
Dr. Wmi, 1liall'a lsamiitl very exteinively
ii his practice, a1s manliy of his p~atienits,
nowv living, andl ri s'ored to health b~y the
use of this invaluable medC~icine, can amp~jly
testify lie always saidi that so good a
remledly ought not to be conisidered mlerely
as ai paltent miedicinie, bIut that it ought to
be prescrib~ed freely by every physician as
a novereign reimedy in~ all eases (of Lung
diseases. It is a suire cure for consump
tionl, anid has no equal for all pectoral comn
A ppliedI to the head relieves headache,
and prevents the hair fromi talling out.
A uTAri'Y family: "'I suppose," said
the mianl in tile easy-chair, ''that my
wife and I aire the most coiuteuted coni
plo( you ever aaw. Wo never quarrel
about anlythinig. Sho is alvays wvilhnlg
to get uip in the nmormung and ll~uild the
fire, ando I am~ always perfectly willing
to let lier."
An old physician, retired irom practice,
havmlg 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.
lironchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and( all throat
and Lung Affections, also a positive andi
radiceal cure for Nervous Debility and all
Nrervous Complaints, after having tested
its woinderlul curative powers in thousands
of cases, hais felt it his d'uty to make at
known to his suffering fellows. Actuated
by this motive and a desire to relieve hun
man sufferiag, I will send free of charge,
to all who desire it, this receipe, in Ger
man, French or English, with full direc
tIons for ipreparing and usin1g. Bent by
mail by adkdressing with stamlp, naming
this paper, W. A. Noyes, 149 Power's
Rloc. Rocheste~r. t Y.
(CArnys given uioro rope: A country
mn sowing his ground, two -smart fe
lews riding that waly, one of them called
to him with an insolent air. "W~%ell,
hone'st fellow," said lie, '"tin your busi
niess to sowv, but we real) the fruits
of your labor;" to which the country
- san rephied, ''Tin very like you may,
for I am sowving hemp."
For dyspepsia, indligestion, depressilon
of spirits and~ general deblility, in thelir va
rIous forms; also as a prevelative against
fever and aigue and othier mntermtittent
fevers, the "Fcrro-Phosphorated Elixir of
Cahisaya,'' made( by Casawell, Hazard & Ce,
New York, sold by all D~ruggists, is thme
best tonic; and for patients recovering
from fever' or other sickness, it has no
A myT about beautg': "WVell, she isn'i
my style of beauty,' was the contemp.
tuouns remark of' the lady with thin 51nu1
nose. "So 1 perecive," said Mr. ~hitut.
As there wvas no chan~ce for an argument
the subject wvas d1roppedl instanter.
'T Dr. Kline's Great Nervee Rleutorer in thie marvel
of the Sae for all neorve uhleensen. All fita stoppedl
ree. Send to 1s1 Arch sireet. PI'ladoelphiia, Pa.
MADnn himself comfortable: The man
who '"couldn't stand it an~y longer" him
taken a nat rna no'w feo's quite comfor
THE BARKS, ROOTS & HERBS
FROM WiIoCH VEorINE 18 MADE,
IN POWDER FORM
50 Cents a Package.
Prostrated from Weakness.
BALTIMORR, Md,, Jun 5 1879
Mr. Stetwes : Dear BisaI can testify to t'ho good
effects of your neatne. For several years I was
aillictedwith a severe congh and weakness, anti
was perfectly Vrotrated- but after takirig three
bottles of your V EIR'i'IE11B, Made froun the 1Iw4
(er, I wits entirely relieved.
V &r1s TuU E, 61 Gilmore 8I,
One Package in Powder Form
How to Ieduce Your Doctors' Bille.
so 71BiRMRN STRiRRT,
EAST BosTON, M1ass., 4ept. 80, 18T9.f
Mr. It. 1f. Stitoen.: DearSir--My little daughter
Siella has been afllicted a long tIme with .veryltnia,
utfering everything. I enloy ed different phy
sicihs tIn East Boston, but thoy helpedl her none.
I bought mine of your 1.ozwder 16ri regefIeine
antd m1y wIf steeped it and gave it to the chitld no
cording to the directions, and( we were suirprised
iI a fortniglit's time to see how the child hald
gained in liesh and strength. She Is now gainmaag
every day, and I ean cheerfully recoiieild your
reTtedy t) be the hest we have ever triedl.
RIespeutfully yours, J. T. WEBB.
Vegette (n Powder Forn Is sold by all drug
glits anti general stores. If you cannot buy It of
thetm, enclose fifty ccuts in postage slatps for one
package, or onie doltr for two packages, and I
will send It by return mall.
Vegotine is Sold by All Drtiggistq.
Hop, hItters are site Purest and Best
Bittore Ever tade.
They are cotinpoided from flops, Malt, Buchu,
Man'lrake tid Diautelion,--tito oldest, best, and
iuost valuable medicines in the world and contain
all Lit best ankd ulost curative properties pf all
other remedies, being the greatest Blood Purifier,
Liver Reguilator, atnd Life and Health Restoring
Agent on earth. No tlisca-te or Ill health Oan pos
sibly long exist where these litters tire used, so
variedl atnl perfect are their operations.
Tley give new life anti vigor to the aged ani hit
tIM. -I o all whose maliloyinents cause irregn
laity of the howels or nritary orgals, or %% ho re
quire in A petizer, Tonic anil ildIit Stinitilant, [lop
1ittera aire iivilutiae, bInwMg hiIy CiIurative, tonic
a ii stimuitlating, wv1ilh1it intoxicaling.
No mattler what your feeiling4l or symiptohns are,
whatl the dlisease or ailmetit is, use lop Bitters.
im't wait until you are sick, but if you only feel
hal or miserable, use lop Hitters at once. it
i1ay save your life. Iluin treds have been si ved
by .io iloing. $500 will be paid for a case they will
not eure or help.
Io not siller or let. your friends suffer, but use
ail tirge ielim to ise lIloj Bitters.
itiauiber, 1p liiiters i no vile, drugged,
driiitket nostrumi but the lPurist ant Best Medi
emre ever maaile ; the "tiivaitel's t'tiend and Ilope,"
aind nao lersont or fatially should be without them.
Try tihe lIitters to-day,
o The SUREST ClR E for
Does a lame back or dIsordered urine id.
e cate that you are a victim P THtEN DO NOT 0
E HtESITAT'E; use Kidnoy-Wort at once, (drug
giste rocommend it) and it wall Bpoedily ovor
canmo tho disease and restoro healthy action. *
For com plans oular
Saie to your ax, auch as pain .
and weaknesse,, Kinoy-Wort is unsurpassaed,
as it. wiul act. promnptly and safely,.i
Etlher Bo. Inceonttineno,rctentin of urine, o
brick dust otr ropy deposita, and dull dragging C
pains, all spedity yield to its eurativo poweor. 2
43t- BOLD DY ALI, DRUaGIST8. Prico 11. 2
FOte erSINOYc l ErR sednsst h
Hystemet tproiteatinh htr gcheerfulness wo he i
hie rest itlatit n h f itatii' thtti welb lanced coI tin
of till the anhiinal itower..
Fort sale bty uit l)riggisls and l)otalers generally.
ASAENTMI WANWTED? A(GENTMl
JOSIA H A LLENS' WIFE
BPLENDID Bo oK
"M EM 111(C1 Af E)DM' BOY." 2n la day eastly sold
We wantati Agenit in overy town. henl for circultars,
terms~ and iiaty to Ansei'Ieas Pesblibsing
Lot'us. WI. Ii. TNEO P$iO. E '. a.
lETI7,El, ORtGAN. Now style 575. Hold en
the INSTALMRNiyT PLANI. 3tost elegant ease
w A Bn A N T E D .L o .W I Z I , l p i h o wm n U
FOR~ THIEEE MONTHS,
Theo n~ew volnme (nineteen) of
D)tittonNsT5'' I LtLUSTnATRDi
MoNrTt Y M AoASIN i for 1888 its
the bestad thmecheapest Family Magaineputbllshed,
itrinated on thie finaest tlmnted paper, sizo 8% x I IX
Inuchies. Theil three numbers niow ready of v'oimoi
19 welgh l1X ponnds~l and contain 210 pages of large,
clear print. Now Novelettes, Stories, IIlographles,
Poetry, Travels, and valnable Information of tihe
day and for tile hotusehold. In demand by ever
family. 1it ilustrations, 8 Photo Plates antd 4 Oil
Pictures. W. JENNINGS DEMOREIT, Publisher,
17 East 14th Street, New York. SIngle copies,
'vonty Cents; yearly subscription, [Two Dollars.
I hare a li anv renmed liar tiae oen isase it.
stain isv hav ia need. 1,,1'e, 5olt n til
IT was 2 a. m. when Xr. Ginne
tumbled across the threshold of his
wife's bedroom, and without making
imy effort to rise, lay there, conducting
in animated argument with himself on
he subject of redning taxation. Mrs.
Rinnery was a woman of few words, but
tier methods were prompt and decisive.
Biho got out of bed and removed the
wash pitcher from the basin and dashed
the contents over Mr. Ginnery.' Then
[io arose slowly to his feet, and dripping
at every extremity, observed with a
most solemn and impressive air:
"Yosh, frs. (hin'ry; we miusht take
ihe ttx off whisky (hio) an' put 'er on
It takes over one hundred pairs of gloves
to assuage the grief of the Brooklyn of.
ficials over the death of an alderman.
whose life might have been saved by a
smingle bottle of Dr. Bull's (ough Byrup.
'Tun to go: One evening last week a
couple of Chlago thugs stopped a man
At the lower end of Randolphi street and
ilsked him the time. "Just strike a
light, will you," said the man, "and I'll
look and so." Wh1en the mnateh illum
mated the gloom, the main was revealed
with his4 watch in on3 hand and a wickedr
revolver lying aicross tho face of it. "It's
now 10.30, and you fellows havo only
got a second and a half to light our. of
this beforo she strikes," said the man
stornly. They "lit."
***"Ile that Is discontented in one
place will seldom be happy in another."
People are constantly changing their
homes from East to West and from North
to South or vice versa, in search of a
healthy State. If they would learn to be
contented, and to use the celebrated Kid
ney-Wort when sick, they would be much
better off. The whole system can be kept
in a healthy state by this simple but effec
AWiFor five cents, Wells, Richardson
& Co , Burlington, Vt., will send colored
IamjIples of all colors of Diamond Dyes,
DEAR little Reginald: ",1ames, dear,
Reginald desires a now sled. 1 think
yoo had better get him one," "What's
a sled good for to him ? You've brought
him up to stay in the house and look
pretty. He wouldn't know * hat to do
with one." "Oh, I don't mean one of
those great big out door sleds. I mean
a little house sled that he can play with
in the front hall, dear. just to get him
accustomed to the idea, you know."
Lots of little Reginalds are being culti
vated indoors and they will either go to
early graves or grow up to be flats.
11right's laense, Dii bwee, Kiianey, Liver
Or Ua innry LUsonneos.
Have no fear of any of these diseases if
you use Hop Bitters. as they will prevent.
and cure the worst cases, even when you
have been made worse by some great
puffed up pretended cure.
A CROODILE outdone: A crocodile
stole a baby once in the days when ani
muals could talk and was about to make
t dinner of it. The poor mother
b)eggert piteously for her child. "Tell
rne one truth," said the crocodile, '"and
you shall have your baby again." The
41rief-strickein mother thought for a mo
Luent and then saui, between her sobs:
".I shall buy a new bonnet next spring."
"Take the baby," said the alligator,
alubbinig himself as ho spoke, "'I am not
ly enough for you."
Carhine, a natural hair restorer and
lresiang, as now improved and pertected,
e pronounced by campetent auuthornay to
)e the best article ever invented to restore
he vitality of youth to diseased and faded
mair. TIry it. Sold by all druggists,
PA-r's remarkE about Mis. Langtry:
'An' so that is ther pictauro of Mrs. Lang
Iry," remarked Patrick, hooking in at a
dhoir window, "Fiaith, itn' Oi ean) see
Waismngton shtreet wvid me oyes slit."
*Jt is impossible to dhisguis~e the fact that
the Vegetable Compound, preptared uinder
the personal direcction of Mrs. Lydia E.
Pimnkhamu, with the superior soience and
art of imodera pharmacy, Is theinost sue.
cessfulmidicine for female diseases known.
FIJOA-rrOoexpenses: Jones calls his
ltSt siummler's yachtinag OXexpeses-whiichi
ao hasn't paid-hijs "'Iloatting debt."'
lie initendas to redneeiC it as soon as he
Irss4 any quaick alsseta--thlat is, as quick
is it's p)O~Liblet.
Pimples anda Humors on the Face.--In
this condlition of the ekin, the Vegetine is
thme great remedy, as it act~s directly upon
the cause. It cleanses and purilles the
blood, thereby causing humnorsof all kinds
ANSWER to a corres;)oa4dent: "A mani
vrites to an edlitor for four dollars ''be
~anse hie is so ter'ibly short," and gets
a reply the heartless response: "Do asa
(10o; stand on a chuair."
Itoughi on Rats.'' (lears out rata, mico,
hioi, roaches, bed-bugs, ants, v-rnmin. 15-.
AlorTiIa SwAN's WhnM .S~aUr. for reverish
tess, restlesanods, worms. 'Ta.stoloss. 25c.
A MAN'S curiosity never reaches the
emale sitnadard until some 01n0 tolls
laim that his name was ini yesterday's
CUtres Nervous Debhihaty and Weakness
of Generantive Oran~is, $1 all dlrugg'ists.
'lend for cir(!ular. Al lea's P'harmacy,
318 kFirst av. I. Y.
Hon 0onc0 said of a bald main: He(
nsed! to cut his hair, but now his hair
Correct your habits of cr'oked wAlking
by using Lyon's Patent Metalhac 1.teel
CREAM iURtssli~o FORl (COLD SLAw --
Two tablesp~oonfuls of sweet cream
wvhiipped, one of sugar and four of vine
gai'; beat welh andl pour over cab'bago
pre'viously cut very fluoe and seasoned
~JCURES Wik ALt EtSE FAltS"I~
RetCuhSyrup.t-TPL C'a good.*
00""mon w""ted. Sena Se..siamprfor sam.
Ri0ver cli :ny alphiabeots. J. wV. Soighan, Eagie
A ENTU WANTED for the Bioqt andi Fastest
duce tSSPr ita. NATrONAI.atus ('. IBilatt.. ri's.
$66 8 week In your owna town. I'erms ,anai $6
outl ai free. Addhress II. H AL ET l' A o.,
ThIssoe ganawering san Ad(vertlt~iaent wIYll
nouarer naa. tvor upona, t ha ' dvert'Iisa-r ni dI the
l'tiitmahe,y slaing' ai,,t thea'y saw dihe ntdver
tasoetet in tia. t.on. fnat. naana... e utap..
C U R E 6
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sclatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headacne, -oothache,
UAle'o Tlaroat, Mweilisget Spa'~am s, Ba'ulmes,
11u"'ns, e. d. 1' ses, 0 Ilte,
AND Al, OrilTER BODILY PAINS AND ACMES.
Bold by Druggists mud ealers otcrwtmer. Fifny Ceuts a btle.
lDlr.'tiamni liit i ligliizsrc .
THEE 011IMMEim A. V4E.I.Et V0.
(suouoe s to A. Vo ilEit A I0.1 lit I eumore, .Id., ;. B.A.
MRS. LYDIA E, PINKHAM, OF LYNN, MASS.
- . E
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positly Cure
fror nli 010n10 Pa111nIa Uonalainlts and Wenkness~es
s~oconilmOn to 0ur belat re-mnie Depulatiosa.
It wil curoventirely tho worst form of Fem0o conv
plaints, all ovarian trou~bleu, Iiitatnmnation and Ulcerea
tion, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Spim. I Weakness, and is partic-ularly adapted to thit
chlange of Life.
It will dissolve and orpl tuirnors fromn the nterus In
n early stage of dovelopmntt. The tenudency to ean.
cerous humiorstheroischi eked veryspeedilyhby Itmuso.
It remuoves faintness, fntulencey, destroys all craving
for sitimiulants, andi relit.ves weatkness of t bo atomuich.
it cures Bloating, )lvaadacht 4, Nervnius Prostration,
General Debility, Bleeplessness, Depressilon and Indt
'hint feeling et bearing down, caustig pain, weight
and backachie, Is always pet-iunnently enred by Its Utic.
14 will at all timi s and uinder all circumstanicca act lin
hanrmtony with tho awst thbut goeirn t bo femanto systemn.
For th etive of Kidntey Comiplaints of either tox this
Comipounn Is unsrurpuassed,
IXDIA E. P1ICIlAM'1A VEOETARBLE COM.
POUND) Is prepared at W3 an-1 M Western Avenuio,
Lynn,Milssi. P'ricet. Six botties for $5. Sentiby n all
11n the form'I Of pill8, alSo inl thk fom IkOf IozengeCs, On
roccipt of price, $1 per box for either. Bfrs. Pinkhamn
freely answeirs aill letters oi inqtuiry. Send for iamiply
let. Address asabove. Mention th is paper.
No famlily shoul3d Ix. without LYD)IA E. PINR HA3RPS
LIVERt P11,114. They curo constipation, billousiness,
and torpidity of the liver. 2b eents f or box.
&- Sold by all Drugggistos.5
o ECEA UE
EYKINEL E NKBOWE S
F Itoislons to oavbstm of thoard poisons
ot illche tiyto worst form of Fhieteri losas co
piavotbeall ova 1:1n rlive, lancs~tln ehor tlcers.
PRiorm $alig.n D.QlID lcenst, ad the cotn00sTqu.n
aearl Drg of cavenosenmt.b Tmale -ene omn
Eroushmo heICIA DSON ee vo., Bulington y l u.
fore Counumt, rin, Uns, neofrmoni st nc.
lIn es Pluischh, )lilienies, evu1rontratloie,
GlnenexDtl1, Anhnmesu, Crsio ahdoli
ughat's ln et b earn don casing pin e ht
an beckanhe, in lwaysned uamnl poised by s so
1 illcat alerni amu ilchm i c~cmalm e tI
hat. onnanst imon1w hat gun hufurn lo snsted
tiio crofnsiniu atmpaio of'iter .,.hi
C~snimoumul IS imrsi nutsurrs.
LYDIAE. 1I~i~DAM . KLINTWSL O.A
l..nss has.I'rei81.S N hnVEl~ f I $'E. .Reu be ml
it i na r.i s N.Ysn.A
f ael $1reced. uox afr /edhe'. uMr. TrentianA
am2ntri l tlettfre to litutyimy. Ssi for ,ressp
chatrges onaboxvwhe reie,o.t pendnrne. n
oprelysholdeo nwitout LDA. LIN.93TAIr'h
DJ.~ H. W. TLOBBr MiCiAti.n billSn
/aderlpiat Po. 15i yer s xprence.(Et.
*iste forleatm nih uly egetable me
mem otsfo Utopanl diseases enbefhmt gaate a r
SItaloalsh a person of byt aetrey poo
if hous to aiond tho 10aifu svniing wih
'orh oren fan nof tawa thoursbadsetited
iorhavo Pbnoon. ili ee tov. D. tPuowani Oh
PanU. EI.R WrTLYo CUREaD. nomto.P
Thisr NsaSn r 2
i ycn Wist by o ni metll. e
Alnsomp nt oan tset lpn
$5. to$ 0 ""U'n.sni
WMrc.Adrs. IOSO C.
~tosgssursaall ~lts'u t wil tect and indion
if theLung,, iss~i in advalne. t l toy wrn
- ~~M~L I ne t ao ridt ts prodtior
A I n a ncouao e hormorn~
~~jiasofc~lohhi ai o it t t
to w~~it sivrwae irimtni
- namet. KL Il bd Tt
ordE ln rit of'l lm~: A 6i i 051,
Insmp da~yily 'neln iem .tu-i
is lned.I , i ovo(ry d ~~u*i. U re. tag
*2 ril I C. reIsFA (mire'an~ 17rdr in5 5J
clirg, n Is , en emlat.ional Bnkmstor' andh
emres ies f mor~tl tr toaK~iE.3 Ar
tstI iiU a ls ~ I'mq'. fim's e&auomot
DPI H.W. onB EICA OFer FCESa ,
clue.) D. LbbslongeBpreer cin rin rat
men t dieasesenab ernsot guarain t e ue
fldotlaL CallI prso or0b lrtter hOsfal
1)E 4SiON on Hoilirnthei Woat r. I, isla wond
IsicesenPenson. iofe toto ur.) Tro rk, hat
ents ~rocircd.Addrc menwt, as ho~iLows 1
LBII& GO, Waihiisctos, D (r
~ Ti~smy 1 n e $2
e My percelaIn-lIned Pumps are manufactured
under llcense,and buyers are guaranteed against
and all claims from the Company holding the
patent. Doss' faSU so nae a es0e of
Cdreftell made 'o .4 ALL
Best Selected Valuable
The BLATCHLEY PUMPS are for sals by the
best houses In the trade.
Name of my nearest agent will be furalshed on
0. 1. BLATCHLEY, Manufacturer,
* S3 MARKET ST., PHILADELP HIA, PA.e
- A Skin of Beauaty soa joy Forever.
DR. T. FELI[ GOUItAUD'S
Oriental Oream, or Magical Beautifier.
N0110 d to u
A 04 Htlt. It has
2difloel tho bVlt
00 .........of thirty
years, aI s
l l be tre the
.e' - aat it1
-i to touote k
a i tit iel ie
ten:-A yo la tes wil Iea tltg recn ierud
'Gourauid's C. rt' as the leas harmful of all the Skin
Frepairatton." Onle bttle Will las~t six mouths0, u101n1r
one rd. ho t 'nr St e inretuoves supseratft.
M at ie.5M. B. T. O UIUt D,23ole Prop..48 ond "t.NY
throtegiont the U. S. Castads and Europe. I oe ,
wro i of base mitations. l .e Howard for arrest aud
proof of anly one melllui toe Sante.
to send 8-t etaup for the neot complete Catalogue a
rYPE, BORDERS, CUTS, PRESSES &O
LOWSF.T PRICES. LARGEST VAIIWET.
IATIONAL TYPE CO.. HaDE A "
Ames unffailndg aCn afatm
ble In euring EpilepaU
F8tt, Spasmas, voutas
een. AND stons, t. Vites Dane,
Aleobolls Oplum 3a
, is. Scrotnla and aR
Nervous and Blood Die.
ea... To 01orgyies,
j.ay a, itrary Mlea.
LadiS Z all whose
scusu. N~ervoun Proetra.
- on, Irregulariteso
boel. or Kidn.a..
who require a serve
toul., appetizer ef
TANd NI&VXNIC Is We
NEVK EAiL. proclaim * the noso
q uV I that ever sustained the
se b all Druggist..
THE DR. S. A. lI'.CHMOND MEDICVAL CO..
SoleProprietore, St. Josephe Mio.
uda ee mrE tt rar le nan t ilcie All hslgt.
bowbuga ini ea b lb an aremee Dre~
Seed sopier tei'ssa stpr~~ Po br.s Aicee
Rt H E U M ATlISM I
if you are a sufferer with this terrible disease, you can
learn something t'o your interest by readIng our new
pamphlet, which gives fitll particulars as to the case of
Rheumatism and Neuralgia, and the manner of treatment
required to effect a permanent cure. Do not fail to roed
it. aent free on application. Address
-- -R heum atlto Sy ru p Co., R~ocuatr, N, !4
thte tual iii IE
lvestment U~~ nie
arne froai investn eni of $1 te $lte lrl ie cieail
aR~AINs PRO VS IONS & TOCKS
Club. .ieie geant weekly I v dns pai leoeil
Club1i3 laishl larehsohlers buck thleir money In y-'.,/et
past thlreeonths, estili haInSl original namount snakin
51011CilI at O r ernlos staIl. Si alts al~.,
Mci., l1 & d~ La aio Sti., CuoA , 1.
. L1A8TIU TRUSS
hIuaa Pad dliltue from all othe.
Csas wks 8.1f-A ai
OEHSIDLE fii~ons of th's body, whO.e take
T RUSS ne JYOt.asap',b'eei
bys te haes, dlurabh
EG1GLESTON T RUSS CO.a Chicago. IlL
fo i n11 1 a cr I (toven no i re trely toste then
10 ii ta 1111 f tied V lol r la qe or Cau
L bt~ or I f, IN I n i o r t e l i a t udy
I uran ou. drosao tor H.r .heOT 188rh Pes. St.,
aon his lo' fri d itruanfo u nW rto
AcStro tur fo ~laor Fit for a4 tria en to~i
poorn~. ilax. Khtrua.el:'j.i tA rsena a~lt.. St. 1,0411. o.
biable~ DurableanieWlao2w wsbg
5 A MVONTH nhnnr ore.
.WA N T ED Ia.E mi.
how to Attai4SOp HELT
El BE TO-MORIROW?.
AND IIE MOMEER OMDIJNED
L-a rl'Mu~xE 'S'o-t~yg *
0 correctly any ohango in the weat lher I2fo 48houlrs
at kined of storm is appiroacie and from what
-e Eeeigni r 115ier Call lelan thir woirk
birItlOlWh aflone lsie hpieitle
aniboaET IJRET WORL.D
rotnoter are unt in a nic lnuedl waheeul fran
asita1 neoaelt il 70ll na leus o'
sa f or Vie Agecnta are hleua Ig ro il t e
to el to frers letorehanta oto J1,'heie
Staneeps takeni If in good oreter hat onbloreo
fnrenti utja jesi (lgi,eisi
e as. so110 n a c eru ivOta ~e
hAs. IH. Rooeelne, Sip "Twlilat-,e Sel tir Aleo
od order, anal mnst say thlat the instrument iveo
r e siany ties itrscoett nr foretelling
T Ij? RIo LIs uNAwatkees a
d gauro-. 1onto bako a ru
n r e os 6 t notu n con
lease stato ero you saw our adrertisageon