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f f ttul t
of his sent to m tt Oo ehrewgn.
load Of red raspbotries, Lnd rebeloved $220
for the L. A Ay living near hii rented
out her farm, reserving a -portion for a
rospbery and blackberry plantation, from
which she rold one year 48,000 quarts of
berries, worth, at 8 cents a quart, $840,
which was more than the tenant made
from all the other ciops on the farm.
A suooESSuL fruit grower thinks that
many apple trees vire set too near together;
two rods apart is near enough. The labd
for an orchard must be kept in good con
dition. lHe top-dresses his oi chard once
in three years, principally with a thick
coating of straw, .ie allows hogs to run
in his orchard, and plows the land until
the trees are so large as to interfere with
such a practice. Last year he picked 45
barrels of Greeninga from four trees. Or
chards thrive best near bodies of water.
Trees should be judiciously trimmed while
young. .Many trees are injured by over
pruning. Trees should be grafted when
they are from one inch to one and one
half inches in diameter.
CA7TimLowita AND BRoOOOLi.-There
are among the most delicious of vegetablAs
and are accidental variations of the cab.
bage. Cauliflower is always 'white, but
broccoli varies from g.-een to purple, white
and sulphur color. Bow the seeds for Au
tumn use in May and transplant in July.
For early Summer use sow the seeds in
September and prick The plants into cold
frames in Novemlpr and transplant to the
open grouta in the Spring. The soil for
these vegetables must be rich, moist, deep,
and friable. The following are among the
best varieties of each cauliflower; Snow
Ball, Extra Early Paris, Early Dwarf Es.
furt, Hall Early Paris, E:irly Asiatic, Late
Dated, Broccoli. Early White and Purple
Cape are as good as any.
PANUT-GOWING is one of the moat
profitaole industries of Virginia. The re
turns never fall below $50 per icre, even
in seasons of drought, and sometimea rise
as high as $300. A light, sandy soil is
best. The nut must have plenty of rain
in August In order to reach perfection.
There are three grades in market, the
strictly prime,the prime and the medium,
the latter of which is sold to the retail
buyer. The best are sent hbroad or Fold
to the finest cundy makers. The peanut
candy sold at 40 cents a pound is made
from the "low" grade, the wholesale price
of which is two cents a quart.
CoNORANINo cows and steers, the form
of the feet is an Indication of the nature of
the place in w'"lch the animal has been
reared. In stony regions the hoof grows
round and wcars away; c n the contrary,in
soft, moist and marshy districts the hoofs
lengthen and flatten out, and the same
effect is produced by confluement to the
stable. The round hoof is a very desirable
quality. Continued stall feeding renders
the feet so tender that after some years the
animal can take no exercise, nor even com
fortably travel over the pasture. The foot
grows long and thick, and the creature is
entirely unfitted for work or for driving to
THE past season we tested mnuny of the
so-called aemedies for the cabbage worm,
amnong which were hit water, black pep
- per, salipoter and some others. The three
named proved quite unaatisfactory; the
pepper and saltpceer producedl no effect on
the wornms. The hot water destroyed part
of them but also indured the plants. The
most satisfactory application we testodJ
was a mixture of one pound each of hard
soap and kerosene oil, in three gallons o1
water, applied with a watering pot. It is
important to make application of any rem
edy frequently or it wvill not prove entirely
* effectual. Young worms are hatched
daily, and the older ones arc often so pro
tected by the leaves that it Is impossible to
reacli them with one application."
PioFEssoin Coos says that a carbolic soap
wash has with bim proved a very effectual
* prevontivo of radish maggots and apple
tree borers. Hius formula is as follows: Tro
two quarts of soft soap I added 2 gallons
of water; -this was then heated to a boiling
templerature, when the pint of carbolic
acid (in a crude state) was added. Thus
mixture is then set away in a barrel or
other vessel, and is ready for use as occa
sion may require. One part of this liquid
is then mixed with tilly parts ot water and
the plants sprinkled, or trees washed with
it. This is worth rceemberig.
To MARE superphbOsphates on the p)rem
ises the following recipe Is given as excel
lent, and within the range of almost every
farmer: Take 100 pounds of ground bone
place it mi a large tub and apply forty
pounds of sulphuric acid; adding water as
desired, in a few days the whole mass
will be redluced to the consistency of a
tnick jelly. TIhen add( more wvater aid
about a00 pounds of plaster as a dier, the
*whole being wvorked and shoveled over
until it can be readily manured. TJhere will
then be sullielent phosphate to apply to
about 2b acres of land at a cost of about
IT must be borne in mind that our do
maeatic animals are kep)t In an artinicial
state, and their wants are differenit trom
those that are wild. They may have in
ordInate desires, caused by the manner of
keeping, and if those deaties are fully grat
ified damage may result. Too much water
to a horse when he Is very warm is injuri
ous, as all know, and animals often eat
food that causes sickness among themi.
F HEEzP will do better on inferior food if
fed iegulaaly than on good food if fed ir
regularly. Attested experience is in favor
of feeding three times a day--moenlng,
noon and night. In this many sf the best
breeders agree. Some, however, feed but
once a day, and think it best, Winen this
is done, the last feeding should be a con.
siderable time before dlark, for sheep do
not feed well after dark- Salt miust not
li doing up wool the fleece should be
put up so as to be comparatively loose,
-lbght and easy to inspect and handle. Lay
*the fleece on the tatue, turn in tne head,
tail and flanks, and toll it up, commencing
at thE t411 end. Tie with two strzdgs to
keep the roll in place, and then one about
the ends.. The strings can be laid in
grooves in the folding platform,so that the
cfece can be tied quickly,
ALL the bon'es that lie'about the preia.
-es should be buried riear fruit trees or grape
vind, I-o matier h.w hard they may be~
thM wot and ation of nattire will soften
and make thenu available for plaant food.It
vou ows a good-for-nothing dog. put his
bone. uinder pound near rpmne tree.
ftodk m-Aied lttl wane,
% Platte oo'l.sri I 'qior
thboAion a muslan.0l6th; add to ital
OWit,of'tho~ beat wlalte.w9ln.hegaro one
Medium-sized onion, oholiped very fine,
one ounce of pepper, the whole kernels,
half an ounce of allspice, whole also,
aud half a tvaspoonful of salt. Let
these boil for fye minutes. When cold
6train it and pour Pver the oysters,
Keep the saucepan covered while boil.
ing the vinegar and spices, to prevent
evaporation. Oover the jar or bottles
In which you put the oysters. These
will keep for several weeks if put in a
A boy with a top tried to spin it.
But his hand got a thorn right in It,
The sport didn't.spoll,
For St. Jacob's Oil,
Cured his hurt in less than a minit.
A red-haired clerk in Savannah,
Slipped on a piece of banana,
Great pain he endurad,
But St. Jacob's Oil cured,
He now goes dancing with Hannah.
KNrr WnAeins.--Everybody whc
cares for the sick knows how difiloult it
is to remove or to put on the knit wrap.
per; it beems as if the invalid needs t<
assume attitudes that would be almos1
impossible to one in robust health; a
half hour's work with needle and thread
will sufflee to change a pair oi these
garments ahd make them more comfor
table, Out them open the entire length;
then put on a facing on one side and a
plait on the other; at proper intervals
sew on some small porcelain buttons
and make the buttonholes, and you will
be surprised when this is accomplished
that you never thought of doing so be
* " "Figures are not always tacts," but
the incontrovertible facts concerning
Kidney-Wort are bettor than most figures.
Yor instance: "It is curing everybody"
writes a druggist. "Kidney-Wort is the
most popular medicine we soll." It should
be by right, for no other medicine has
such speciflo action on the liver, bowels
and kidneys. Do not fail to try it,
gW'The most brilliant shades possible,
on all fabrics are made by the Diamond
Dyes. Unequalled for brilliancy and du
rabllity. 10 cents.
I SAW an old-fashioned, high- backed,
cane-seated chair covered in serviceable
fashion the other day. A sort of bag
was made nhioh exactly fitted over the
chair. It was securely fastened at the
bottom, the edges being turned in and
sewed "over and over." The covering
was of Canton flannel of old gold color,
and inserted in it were two stripes of
cretonne. The cretonne had a black
ground-work, with gay birds and flow
era on it. For anything Bo simple and
so easily made this chair covering was
very efteotive, redeeming as it did an
old and much-used chair from positive
There is hardly an adult person living
but is sometimes troubled with kidney
dailculty, wich is the moat prolific and
dangerous cause of all disease. There is
no sort ot need to have any form of kidney
or urinary trouble if Ilop Bitters is taken
A REni' scent sachet is of satin eight
inches square; the top is of white satin
with the initial of the owner Worked in
blue; the bottom is of blue satin on
which a small bunch of daisies is i
broidered, There needs tAo be one
thickness of cotton between the top and
bottom, on which the perfume powder
is scattered. The edge is trimmed with
lace two inches wide, very full at the
corners, andl the lace -has for a heading
blue satin ribbona plaited in sholls.
For dyspepsia, intligestion, tclpression
of spirits and general debility, in their va
rious fern i; also as a preventive against
fever and aague and other mntermuittent
fevers, the "Ferm-F'hosphoraited Elixir of
Cahisaya," made by awell, Hazard & Co,
New York, sold by all Druggist., is the
best tonic; and for patients recovering
from fever or other sickness1 it has no
ODJmY shiaped tables are much in de
mandi. Some of them are round and
just low enough to reach a lady's elbows
as she sits at work and are rotary. Otti
ers round in front and straight at the
back, and are supported upon half re
cumbent figures. Tableii of every shape
are to bo had for decoration at home,
and are covered with jute pilush em
broidered in raisedl fgures or sinmply
finished oft by a deep fringe.
To make delicious almond candy take
one pound of sugar and about half a
pint of waiter, put in part of the white
of an egg to clarify the sugar; let this
boil a few nmiinutes and remove any
scum that rises. When the sugar be
gins to candy drop in the dry anmonids
first, however, you should blanch the
nuts by pouring hot water over them,
and letting them stand m it a few min
utes; then the akin will slip onl' readily.
Spread the candy oii buttered p)lates to
Tue narrow Nottingham lace that is
made for the windows in halls makes
serviceable coverings for chair backs.
Out it the length of the back, and hem
the edges, or iunish with narLow torchon
lace. 'This may be used also as a cover
ing for the seat of a nice easy-chair, and
will protect it from dust and wear' more
than one would think possible.
SOFTr ginger-bread, if eaten 'vhii}e
fresh and warmi, may well take the place
of more expensive cake. One egg, one
cnp of molasses, one-third of a cup of
melted butter, one-half cup of sweet
milk, one teaspoonful of soda, one tea
spoonlul of ginger, two and one-half
cups of flour, and a little salt; dissolve
the soda in a very Jittle hot water.
Make in a buttered tmn.
A PLAIN tapioca, suitable for delicate
stomachs, is made by boiling half a tea
cupful of tapioca in half a pint of water;
when the tapioca is entirely dissolved
or melted, add gradually a half a pint
df milk; just before taking frpm the lire
(and, by the way, this should not be
done till the milk is thrckened with the
taplooa) add a well-beaten egg, and au
gar and flavoring to suit your taste,
This is nice, either warm or cold.
WATnn saturated with alum is recoin.
mended by a French scientist, as a
speedy and effectual remedy for extin
guishingflres. His proposition is based
on the theory that the alum would boat
the objects wetted with it, Intercept thie
access of' tile a.tmospherlq oxygen, anid
thus stay oombustion,.
tb&*o~the DOisn Dcst fog famiy u
th ".4, tzi m 66* reni,n tht,av
.$'tid Doaon*0 the -whole00I
havo no equals. AR popular colors easilj
dYdo fast' anti beautifal. 10 ents 4
VArUanrs document destroyed: "
hope, sor, you will asist a poor 31a1
whose house and everything that -wa
in it, including me family, . sor, wa
burned up two months age last Thurs
day, sor." The merchant to whom thi
appeal was addressed, while very phil
anthropic, is also very cautious, so Il
asked: "Have you any papers or cor
tificate to show that you lost anythin
by the fire?" "I did have a certifdeate,
sor, signed before a notary public I<
that efiecit, but it was burned up sor
In the house with me family an t4ly
riot of me effects.." The tears ran ou
of the merobant' Oye3 from laughing
as he handod over a quarter.
A Voice from the Press,
I take thiR opportunity to bear testlino
ny to the tiflcaoy or your "Hop Bitters,
Expecting to find them nauseous and bitte
and composed of bad Whiskey, we wer
agreeably surprised at their mild taste
just like a cup of tea. A Mrs. Oresawell ano
a Mrs. Connor, friends,bave likewise tried
and pronounce them the best nedicini
they have over taken for building ul
strength and toning up the system, I wa
troubled with costiveness, i headache ant
want of appetite. My ailments are noi
all.gone. I have a yearly contract With i
doctor to look after the health of mysell
and family, but 1 need him not now.
July 25, 1878. 8. GILLIL&ND.
.Peoplo's Advocate, Pittsburg, Penna.
A MAN in New York is creating quiti
an excitemeni In certain. circles by at
tempting the feat of eating thirty brao(
of quail in thirty days, He may succeed,
as the feat doesn't require any intelloo.
tuality and he doesn't have to shoot hie
own quail. A more difficult feat for th<
average man would be to purchase six,
ty quail in sixty days.
"Rough on Corns.''
Ask for Well' "Rough on Corns." 15c. Quick
comiplete, permanent cure. Corns, warts, bunions
AN Italian, playing a concertina, ap.
proached two bulldogs that had juil
joined in an unfriendly wrestle, and the
music seared tWe dogs so that they let
go their grips, turned tail and fled,
And the crowd was so mad they didn't
know what to do, but they finally
mobbed the musician.
The convenience of sending goods by mail or ex.
press is well assured by
LIWAN D08 FRENCH DYE HOUSE
17 TEMPLE PLACK, BOSTON, V. S. A,
Inaiswh r ecvrn ie tmnaBelr
Ialocetis an rregulr vicad stanof theclare
makes the bowels act at proper interyals, gives
ease to those who suiffer from rheumatic and kid
nevetroublles andI conquers as well as prev,ent,
For sale biy all Druggists andl Dealers generally.
If you are sick Hop flitters will surely aid Na.
ture in making you wvell when all else fails.
If you are costive or dyspeptic, or are suffering
from any other of the numerous diseases of the
stomach or bowels, it is your own fault if yau re
m ain ill, for Hop Bitters are a sovereign remedy
in all such complaInts.
ift you are wasting away with any for m of Kid.
noy disease, stop tempting Death this nmoment,
and turn for a cure to Hop Bitters.
If you are sick w;th that terrible sickness Nerv
eusness, you will find a "Balm in Gilead" in the
two of Hlop Bitters.
mit you are a hrquente yora resident of a i.
scourge of all countries-malarl at, epidemic, bil
ions and Intermittent fevers--by the use of Hop
bre atb1opul an igaches and feel iserable gene
bra itter wil ye fair skin, rich
tlnhe cur a I reases of th stonmach,
Bowels, Blod Liver, Nerves, Kidneys, Bright's
Diease. $Owill be paid for a case they will not
That poor, bedridden Invalid wife sister
Inlothor or daughter, can we ade the picture ol
heaith,y a few btlestoft opciutifetters, coating
THE CREAT CURES
'I ~ Won
KiDNEYS L.IVER AND DOWELS.
theoa a steom f th aerd poison
onl the5)1 im of R.heuamattm can realis.
of the worab forms of r bodinsee
N havo. been quickly relieved, and in short time
S PERPROTLY CURED.
anPReC, s. LiqliD on DRY, 5OLD By DRUass.
wM- besnb a
be1 mone aann
oi- 80 iljysge'
the- db. . ite Zt ' oll1
OHIO._u gtiemoney at onae.."*:
~ bt lod,!out P banJdt
Iit to the'16eQ '-wit IF M.
. Y gi?0 t4e moneyat ie bank.I
Srmeriorsed it, got his wlon,
ey,.les e diidoitnt, and his grin o:
pleasure had ot entirely died out wirer
the note Oajle.#ue and the cashier Ox
"The sign r 4as nothing we can gel
hold of, and of oourso the endorser hai
Connumptlou in Its early stages to readily
cur-ed bt The use of Dr. Piere'd 'Golden
Medical Dioote y,"sthoughi it, te lung are
wastedno modi e wiefooarNo own
remedy posseqe6. such soothing and heal.
nginfluence git all scrofulous, tuberoulous,
and puimoij#) ifetions as the "DUfcove..
John Willis; bf. Elyra, Ohio, wrltf: he
'Golden M Disoovery dose p"Iively
.eOunsunMO a after tring eVery othe
ielnein ~it t* Bug.o.". Mr. Z.
T. 'Phelps, of Odt4bort, . , writes: "The
'Golden Medioal' ,kaovery' has cured iry wife
of bronchitis and4plplont oonsumbtion."
Sold by drhggua
Wn-r he kept his temper: The othei
day a' smallisized colored man wa
roundly abusig a brother of color or
Antoine street large enough to eat hin
up. After the %buse had contited foi
a'long time without resilts a white mar
said to the party of the second part
" #Why don't you pick him up and mol
the slow with his legs ?" "I could d(
it, boss." - "Then, why don't you?'
"Waal, I was considerin'. If we hav<
a . bout I shall probably be 'rested. Ij
I'm 'rested my name will be in do pa.
pers. If I git in do papers do man ul
on Oalhoun street who owns do house
dat I moved out of in de night will knom
whar to fin<t me an' gently elucidate d<
informatibn dat he wants do fo' months
Dr. Piere's ''Favorite Pse'srip'lion" is a
moIt powerful restorativo tonic a so combin
ing tho most valuable norvino iroperties, es.
Peolally adap-ed to the wanta of deb.litatd
Iadles suffering from weak back,inward fever,
congestion, inflammation, or ulceration, ox
frem nervousness or neuralgic pains,. B,
"Tim waning of the honeymoon: Al.
fred, who. came home very late lasi
night from a bachelors' dinner and has
been "catching it" this morning: I had
a most horrible dream last night. Ara.
bella (sarcastically): Did you, indeed?
How surprising I Alfred: Did 1 wake
up with a scream or anything of that
sort? Arabella: No; 1erhaps you had
eaten so much you couldn't, What
was your nightmare? Alfred: I dreamed
I was a bachelor again.
Dyspepsia, liver complaint, and kindred
afraetion. MFor treatiO giving succesaful
self-treatment address World's Duspenseary~
Medical Association.. Buffalo, N. Y.
A FOLIsH servant girl, recently im
ported, when arraigned in. New York
charged with stealing from her mistress,
said that she had been told that it was
a custom of the country for serVants to
help themselves to the prcperty of their
employers. New Jersey bank odUcers
seem lo be laboring under a similar
Natural pet roleman, deprived of Its color
and disagreeable odor without dilstillatlon
and the auid of acids or alkalies, ls what
the Ialtholine Is made from. As now Im
proved and perfected it Is a beautiful
preparation, and performs all that is
clauued for it as a hair restorer.
S3oME noted dairyman has just given
out' that "the present system of hand
ling milk should .be reversed." It is
evident that the kind-hearted lacteal
artist is actuated by sympathy for the
cow, and his intimation that the cow
should be turned upside down and giv
eu opportun)ity for rest during the
operation does creudit to his sensitive
nature, but what kind of an apparatus
he has Invented for catching the milk as
it belebes from the inverted udders
w i ha tha a lien'ro Dal e ?o nrestores ormner
vitality and vigor ; $i--At dlruggit and at Allen's
Phartuacy, 815 First ave., N. Y. It never fails.
MEITRIOROLOGIOAn item: An Austin
cleric is in the habit of drawing his sal
ary months in advance. A lew morn
ings ago he came down to the store
half an hour later than usual. "What
makes you so late ?" asked the proprie
tor. "Tt wasl so cold I didn't like to
get up.-' "I don't see how you come to
ind it cold," growled tile boss. "You
drew your salary for next June yester
Have you seen the Ctiroiltlilon collars
anti culfs? Samething new. Ask for them.
Qurra far enough:, Mr. Mr-, read.
itig Virgil, 'T'1bree'- tihies"~ I strove to
e ast my armis bout her necok,- and"
"that's as far -he I' got, Professor."
"Well, Mr. Mor--, I think that was
quite far enough,''"
Ladles and children's boots and shoes
cannot run over If Lyon's Patent Heel
kitiffeners are used.
Tan treasurers, book-keepers and
confidential men all over the country
have turned over a new leaf for the new
year. They got in their work in 1882,
and are now absconding to various
parts of the country for the purpose of
establishing silver mines and iHunday
-Dr. Kline's Greac neorve Jiestorer is the
marve or the age for a1 nerve dasp es 41
''T ien't that I fepr any dangorens
turn of the diseasse," said the man who
had the mumps, 'r-am troubled about
my personal appearance. I only regret
that my superabundanco of cheek makes
me for the tinte being resemble, a life
insuirance agent." -
"oasT CoUoH BAlAANt 1 SEVoRLD." Try it.
Price 10c. F. W. KutsMAI' & Co., Augusta,Maine.
Or.. Chicago pawn-shop has loanerd
m6ney onr 2,200 .revolvers during. tie
past yeer. This will go far towards
explaininit why the oriminal - lasses of
Chicago now ,use.a san4 pliph .on their
viotim~s. They have h yet redeedn
oatrawr ur the isladder.
Uri y opisn ered on e; n
t n t
Dr. Batt1p'4:00 ha trub. l
i b who ion
trbM O iIlbO l
Wa he brde Wnd theorAude .rat. 6
thestret h o thy kfor heit too .twi
to i3vest oltiyo 00, an a bottlehof
till d. Dy' elbae Eeto
Dr. Buls Un 'r A i
whoare fillo t ift n tory, eouit a
I her-shoealo.ter a idelymarrled 6ouple,
The carrlf"4 Is atotal wreck, a dootor
has the biee and the horae under treat.
oent and large iumbers oue are
Lsoar;lIxg the ruWus for the groom.
On Thirty Days Trl.
The Voltaic Belt o., Marshi Muh.0
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Xlectro.
Voltalo Botts and awetro Appliances on
trial for thurty days to men (younig or old)
who so afilited with nervous debility,
lost vitality and kindrod trouble guaraun.
teing speedy aund complete restoration of
health and manly v'igor.-Address as
above.-N. B.-No risk Is incurred, as
thirty days' trial is allowed.
DY.s he said, fcarrying nso much
baggage Is an awful nuiswu cue, and It
costs a pile to htve It oarrIed from de
pot to depot; but thn, you know, the
railroads allow a mau to cary a hun4red
and fifty pounds, and it fellow likes to
get all that belongs to him."
Tlie Doctor's Indormemnent.
Dr. W. D. Wright, Clucinnati, 0., sonds the sub.
Joined pro ossional Lbdorsomnt: "I have prsoribed
Dr. Wm. Hall's Balaamf for the Lungs in a great nun,
ber of casd and always with suoos%. Onecaseinpa.
caled In for consultation with myself. The patient
mAd all the symptos of confirmed Consuption-cold
iWsht sweats, hectic fever, harrassing cough. etd. He
comiheed Im-edlately to ght better and was soon
rMsterei to his usual healt. I have also found Dr. W.
Erall's Balsam for the Lungs the most valuable eqpal
torant for breaking up distressing coughs end colds
that I haveoever used." Durno's (Intarrh Sutff our.s
Cwtarth aNd all aeWis of the mucous mmbrane.
iT is related that at a house warming
in New York the other night, they
washed down the front stoop with u1jam
pagne "for luck." The stuff frozb and
made the steps slippery, and the luck
was visible to the people who banged
their heads and sknned their spines.
bl,flaria, cbillo, Positively cured by
Eniory's8Standattl(Jure 11111s. TheireOqtial
unktiown, sugar- coated; no griping, 250c.
HAND BAGS are made of coarse linen
twine rQtcheted in imifaton of ma
crame lace; the crotchet is four inches
deep, and each side Is five inches long;
they arc much prettier if miade in one
piece. Firnh tUGe top edge with a small
scallop and the bottom with small points
and a scant fringe; the lining is of sat
in and 'A satin bow is placed on the
crocllet; the top of the bag is drawn
together with narrow satin ribbon.
Don't Die in the House,.
"Rough on Itats." Clearsoutrats,mice,roaches,
THin is danger, as many people
have found to their sorrow, of a gossa
mer waterproof cracking whenu stiffened
by cold; so before putting it on, in se
vere weather, warm it before the fire,
both outside and in, and this danger is
Rheumatism,0lour igia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Beckache, Headache, Teothache,
*ore Tarorn wiIaan1,rn ss,I ruluea,
AND ALL OTlIEu 13iiLY t1.4ltS AND AC'IES.
sold by Druggists .ed estor.er rrwhere. Fifty centsa btltle.
Tll E eliAIILESN A. VooELIitI CO.
O,.,esuors. to.ULLR aco.) iattiluore, Md., U.S. A.
g HASSBEEN PROVED a
* The SUREST CURE for
Does a lame back or disordered urine id
- c atoethat you arc a victimnP THElN DO NOT U
SHESITATEj use Kidney-Wort at once, (drug. 4
* La dies.Fo cmplatsuloh r.
and weakcneaseo,Kidney-.Wort is unsurpassed,
ij asait winat promptly andafely, 0
M 'itherso:x. Incontinence, retention ofurino, e
brick dust orropydeosts, and dull dr.aggn C
pains, an speedily yold to its eurativo power. U
45. sOLD Dl AI,L Dn1UGGI5T3. Irice SL.
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DrNJeSheneoit ut blished al on the
eo usHato nfo l smpa
DR. Ji. H. OH tNCK & SON. PhIladelphia.
at nfiliad e ns o
rait i s, re s a t
Opium "n"." he'y
dies a al-hoes
8ti8 ltre Lon AIrrguai.e
DR. %A-, WAY'S
raiI6 blo4 d '160 fideb along boe uan
ma s, id ymu 901W
Radw#y's Sarsapatill Jan
A e odyap""e Of Ingr41,0e1ts of extrat
I e L1lV-ftie a -rkno -n
wu e- W Anro ARMbe
i(m w aft4cdrft
a16m1e the Oomplat ma. -e
I4e sna W1 i9 et Art be sorotqlav ousampt ion,
der, liver, stonachOf bcm a i tIiar
uum dn waste 4sues 0 he tem
I the blood j healte y,. he pross of repair
The Sarsaparillian Resolvent
t harmotou sao "mit re 4'dt seirea
establishes throughodt the entre sytem fucion.
aI harmony and supPlies" the blood ves
selds with a pue Aa healthy current of
neW IUD- TE SKIN, after a eW dayg' se
Of the 8088APaU1111an, becomes clear and
1 beautifuL Pimples, blotceN, black sPOts and
skin erurlonR are removed; gores and ulcers soon.
oare. a from coua r ihe
disa of t ey& mu 1 1ar0g2%
hadt lstbVe 1auluAtd an(l spread, ete
I 1noud diseases or mercury, Of fM the
use of corrosive sublimate. maydrely n a cure
tomhakfteIain ' otne at tiMe
t m8press1on on the system.
One bottle contains more of the active princl.
dg1of Medicines than any other Preparation.
e aPOOful dose0, while others require
Ave or aix times an much.
On. Dollar' a B3ottle.
R. R. R.
Rad-way's Ready Relief,
IThe Uheapeut and lest fediele for
Family Use in the Worltd
In from one to twenty minutes never fails to
relieve Pain with one thorough application:
no matter how violent or exorulating the pain,
the Rheumatic, Bed-ridden, Inarm, _'ipled,
Nervous NeUral or rostrated with dsease
may er, RAJ%AYg READY RELIEF will
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION OF TOE BOWELS,
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS,
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, OROUP, DIPHTHERIX,
BEA DACHE, TOOTHACHE,
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST BITES.
BRUISES, LUMBAGO. SCIATICA,
CU S,COLDS, SPRAINS,
PAINS IN THE OFE8T, BACK
or LIMBS are instantly relieved.
IN ITS VARIOt7S FORMS.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUlE oired for S0 cts. There is
not a remedial agent in this world that will cure
Fever and Agu and other Malarious, Bilious
Barlet hl 'Ylow and other fevers ieJ
byE Y RE0iEILL8) so quickly as RAD Y8
It willin ta fhew m ent,, when taken internall
Sour Stomach, Heartburn,Siok Headach Dyp
slalpitation of the liear Cold Chils ysteis
Pain lthe Bowels, Diarrha Dyetry, Colic,
Wind in the Bowels, and al ntrn~ Pains.
W Y raesoidRE alwy carr attle of RiD)
drops in wter wl revent sikness or pa from
or Bitters as astimulant.
roner an4 Lufubeinen should always
Perfeot, Purgative, Soothin, Aperi
ont Aot without Pain, Aways
eGliable and Natural
* in Operation.
A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR
Percl gsel eleantif eee ant seet
RAwATy's PILK for th. cure of all disorders ot
the Stomach, Liver Bowels Kidneys Bladder,
Female Complints ervous DIseases, Ieos ofA
Petite HLah!nstipation Costiveness, inJ
wee ntena ePsl an derangements of
ino mercury,mIerals, rdee rious drus
from lDlsoaaes of the Igetvegas Cosip,
tion Inward Pile Fuless oflo in the
Head Acidi of the Stomach,Nausea Heartburn,
Digs of id, Fullness or Weight in the 8to
the H'ar, Chokingonr Bufin Sesti wat
is lyn ptr e, Dimnno .L o Do or
Head kDeflolehy ofPrspiration, Yellowness of
Ae oses of EAJWA Pu. wil free the
SOLD BY? DRUGGIS&
READ "FALTStE AlND 'J'UE."
Sen etrse to NAW & CO., No, aS
Wnormation worth thousanila will be sent
ae uranasfo nRAWATb ad see that the
inhn o eRDwy Io w -tyuby
II! ALeading London Phy5.
111 a1 establiiho p
er to sta nd esnhi c ured b a
a . 6, o 8r~.*0 Ad irk
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b 44t d-c
not be de
o e i v o d(
ime th a!
W on ablaol
wrap p I
*0 AISO, $At
a that it 1
on the Ia
H. H. WARNER & CO.
W1*Iis remedy is an absolute specliic
for tivo diseases of %womeni for the ner,ota
trOUIAes of Youtli, and for the debityl
which precedes old age. As statihties shovi
that all disease arlise from the kidneys ox
liver, we can gtuarantee freedom from dil
ease by reason of the power.whicu out
baft Kidney and Liver Oure pchsesses ovez
tbeme organs. Foer Diabetes ask sor WAMl
NEWS 8AVE DIABETES CURE.
IMITATION STAINED GLASS.
Indesribay beautiful. Eaaly applied to windom
tINT IIrfee . Sams, e soIn stap.
w isalI donun'biationi of Rimilr h b ZAAorsed
3y0.ft governmiktsoiciava aenul"ogs. ILI
ORNGES TO VOWN azo1.Y. tibsacription Woe11W
OEI0L2o0o tit finuloflotigestwo
.dltionof erld. LUXIMMITH. Philada.. Pa
RUPh=,bu.,Aby the ll tro.tai of otWr%
au6h is the mot06a u d 1M tanont ofor. a
a. . Manot.$1Ac k*. j ls a . Ad"
be"I stamp for tesutooas Of palsm eour" .&4bac of
Kesoefougo Iteading., Pa. 1 wroe VF
Harriobtir, Pa. HLClair Hotel (6brh, t
Ouste Hose, o'rt Wayne md ;Lounereiai botei
l ,els atne rhnusPle ppodandsrLi,
Besat in the world. lot the gennune.
n(i Is mnarkets Fa er's. & L
(O" SEuT tine wrtn pae,inbotr
t iied. EcONoMY PRINTING Co., NIoWbury
AGENTS iu W aLIiz ..eat1&
World. rit tor y rtolegt ' itJwE ,p
~Oa F ou ha a violn 1 i
A ihDMMDIAT DET on
ER READ'S HEART CURE
is a sure remedy,
Price One Dollar per bottle
P.O0. Box205 hlds a
BO-~ MARK TWAIN
tin seres. lharactorigtio illu u ions. $2,500 ii
Igns~a .tcdOui..owr. e..Nor
53 North DOven .ABUGI O R
Se0ve3na h .-a . hleipos,Pa
"THE BEST IS OHEAPEBT."e
DANCER INS8TITUTE1Ir-, hI
scentillo trea iitsa
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