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Tiun is no operation connected with
fruit growing about which there exists B
so much apprehension and diversity of d(
opinion as about )ruuing. . Many prune ro
too much, others too little, and very w
few just righ Every owner of fruit b'
trees should ulderstand the objects and 1'
principles of pruning, so that if he does ti
not do the work himself lie may direct 14
and supervise those who do it for him. O
Ordinarily hired mcn competent topruno O
trees and vines judiciously are excee(1- P1
ingly scarce; and in many cases the an
trees and their proprietor would derive gr
more benefit by paying the pruners for .c
staying away rather than to admit them bii
to the grounds and permit their mutila- of
tions. We have seen so called "profes- m
sionals" divest strong, thrifty pear trees fi
of nearly every one of their fruit spurs co
which had been many years in forming. I
Tiey were ignorant of the fact that P"
tr6qs required bearing buds to produce Og
fruit - Pruning without a thorough un- Or
derstanding of its objects and purposes, th
is fiko blind-man'a buff-you may hit .
the right one, but generally it is the .lE
other way. arn
PLANTINo EvEnioLEENs. -We are asked . th
as to the best time to transplant ever- th
green trees. If well done, they can be Ti
set at almost any time. This we say T
boldly. We have planted in March,
April, May, August and November, and
of these several months wo prefer May, gr
though we have hat full succesm in Au- "C
gust. III purchasing overgrec'ls :ron DO
the nursery, select those that Iave a of
stout, single, main stem,brluche<I down vl
to the ground, and be careful not to be
damage the lower branches ini taking up
or setting out,i as once bruised or bro
ken off they are never replaced with it
now sproutings. In taking ll) be care- (0
full in not injuring the roots, and cover ik
them in hauling home, and then heel or
them in until ready to set out. Stako gt
rmly, to provent the disturbanco of qi
o roots by the -wind, which is likely 10
be done owing to tho thick foliage, t
a 1 when they are much shaken and
t roots loosened, the tree will grow
vc y slowly, anad perhaps never become1w(
a erfect Ieo, th
'IIH finest plantation in Alabama-tho
( wicheo Bend place-of 4000 acres I
sold the other day to Mr. I iatcher,
Columbus, for $30,200. This is less tC
an S8 an acre, and Mr. Hatcher was o
frered $10,000 advance on his purhase 01
the week aOter lie made it. Inl Norh .1
Georgia lands comniaid readily from $15 it
to $30 an acro along tle railroads. Thle I
average value of lands in Georgia,as re- ti
turned for taxes. is $3. an acre. it
.lnE demand for good horses increases
despite the eilarged use of steam ma.- s
chiery in all iids of business. There 1)
are probab'y more horses used to vart CO
protuce to ainu from railroad stations a
than were ever required for tile stage
routes that ta' railroads sierseded.
Yet, when 1ho steam engine calio into
general use for traiinportation, iman1y tli
believed that the dlys of hurst -breeders tl
were over. in.
ENoian expLrience siows that the
quantity of farm-yard manure produced thi
in feeding cattle may vary fr m one-haf th
to thiree-fourthis of the anmunilt of foodle
consumed andi the straw used as lit ter, a
A ton of dry food, such as grain, cake, er
hay or atraw, yields wh1eni fed about two
tons of dulng. A ton of green food,13
however, such as clovoir, vetches, man- c
gel, turnips or* cabbage, does not a,iford
on an average, miore than half ai ton of ta
.)Di. O n:wr, of England, the long- fu
inne associlte of Sir JT. 11. Lawes, ini it
the liat hamistead cxperimetnts, thinks bi
Liat the clover failure in th2is counitr i,
generally attfributed to iinsects, is reallv it
due to the elover sickness-eouthit in ofi byi
soil in which clover reftuses to grow, liem
believes the insects which aire generally sa1
credited ith thle hailure only conme in p
because oft the feeble growth of the
plant. TIhis oplinion, com)1ingi from so
high an auth<itliy,iwohinetg
ing. fo'~~ i~esia
'fT 0rchard2t shoul he cuiltivatedt at tl:
least. cight years, or till it conies well tr2
io hearing in aniy hioed crop, or sown a
to buckwheat aunt let fall back upon01 the. it
grOttl; ('are siiiiuld( be tetn not to tli
plIow too niear or too) decep iMar thle frees I11
when y,ou seed tise red clorer. It is h
aidvisatile to shot ten theo bnmehelis two- -in
thirds of fthe last year's grow1 th, fori the
reason fliat thle triee hans lot t io ts ini1~
being taken 1up. and tmt, etliualize4s thle
top aunt r(ot, er
.Moinu atteiition shoul be paid to the oi
-produc'tion of the late var ieties of fruit, In
and1( all hiads of gartien vegetablela. i of
Heretofore al l ihe painis have heeni taken. at1
to produce om llething thiat is remiarka- of
Lbly early. Amnateuris ma.-, be delighteld j t 1
with t lungs 1prod1uced mi advance of t lbe
seawon, but peronsii who1( ennyi on immns
and gardens with a view of ming1lil
-money will take an initerestf in liate vari- w
eties. . s
Mini Fr.vn-Any~ cauise t hat intfer- Il
feres wuith th le conidition ol thle co(w at ter di
calving maliy p1roducie milk lever. E-x wJ
posure, tr o much exeicise, or normuus
excitemientI aro sulhcnt to biring oii ani
alttacek, anid a r2eoveriy is rare. It is us5
thoe "ounce of prleventiion"' in this ease,
as8 in * o many3 other~s, that is worth tihe se
poundit of cure. Kecep t he animal quiet
a week before and alter calving and 1)1
nurse her well.
T.lo WVAm Fturri'i T :n.--Soot should sc
be mixed with lhme for white-washing ot
the sten;s and( truniks of t rees. This tl~
will change the color to b2rown. An e'x- w
chango suggests thait sulphiur mlixedi
with the whitewash imight lie a pirotee
taon against fir blight and like fumgoit w
CAnE Foil 'iun Ionsps, - Curry horses hi
frcquently ini the sprinig to aid in renmoy
ing their old coait. A 811nall quantity o2f
oil meal addedt to their' feed wIill also lil
greatly assist in its removal. D)iscon- bt
ti.nue this when the working seasoni bo
A No'rI>D dairyman says: "Of the $101
per year which the milk of a cow drawsI
from the fertility of a farm sevdn-eigh,this
is contained in the skim nilk which is
fed to hogs. Near?)y all the other eighthi$1
is in the buttermilk. Not more than (1
cents ok the 10 is in the butter." l
WHEAT bran and oalcako meal, corn- ji
blned in a proportion by weight of two at
of bran to one of meal, is an excellent
feed for eows giving milk. A larger
propoRtion of meal will too rapidly fat.- rc
ten the animals. It quantity of milk is a
desired the proportion of bran may be' a
rhANKP.D S,4Ai)-DErAwAitE Rivien
VY11.-Stale the flsh, split it open
nyu the back, carefully remove the
e and entrails, and wash and dry it
ith a cloth. Thon spread it on its
ick and faston it with two or three
tils upon a hickory plank two inches
ick and about fourtoen in width, hav
g first made the plank thoroughly hot,
course, but one side of the fish is
posed to the fire, the heat of the
tik cooking the other. .ot the plank
d flab, at an angle of folty-five de
cos, before a clear, ]iot fire of live
als, and bake it to a rich brown color,
sting it every little while, by means
a soft brush, with a thin mixture of
eltot butter and flour. When done,
rvo it upon the plank on whioli it was
oked; send plank and all to the table.
tho meantime, the roo should be
rboiled and simply fried, or else
god, rolled in oracker dust or broad
tubs, and fried. In order to assist
o young housekeoper in selecting
oil shad, let her note the following
,s: "When the fish is fresh, the gills
) of a bright crimson rdd color, the
us full and bright, the body firm and
s scales bright and silvery. When
3 1ish is stale, the gills aro of a dull
itish blue, eyes sunken and 0le8h soft,
Cy are then unfit to be eaten.
Goo1 GnAVY.--ow to make nice
ivy is a problem many housekeepers
ver solve. Greaso is not gravy,
ither is raw flour. Almost any kind
meat liquor or soup stock, from
ich all fat has been removed, may
mado into nice gravy by simply add
ia little seasoning and some thickon
; if browned flour is used for the
ter the gravy will require but little
[)king. but when thickened with raw
ur it must cook until thoroughly done
the gravy will taste like so much
inmy p,tste, It is best. to brown a
art of flour at a time. PHt ini a skillet,
t in the oven or on top of the stove;
,r otten until it is a light brown, put
to a wide-mout hed bottle, cork and
op for use. All gravies should be
ll stirred over a ratner hot firo, as
ey must be quickly made, and must.
41, not. simmer.
Dn. DANFoD TIIoMAS, in his CpaIcit,y
coroner, has directed public attention
the m1ortality which follows the
glect cf measlos. It is a common
inion among the poor that a child
ust have the measles, and that when
gets the disease it requires no treat
Lnit and but little care. This is a mis
ke. In the records of vital statistics
may be seen that it, often proves
urc fatal in the largo towns than any
ier zymotic disease, more even than
arlatina. With medical and parental
ro the disease generally does well,
it witliout this it is iable to serious
mplicatioiis and apt to leave disagree
PIOEON CUTLTs WIrrir Unin;i: PIA,
raw aid singo six young pigeous Out
ein in half, remove all bones except
e legs, sprinklo with salt, and warm
butter, drain, anl press between two
ites until quito flat and cold; trim
em to the shapo of cutlets, and stuff
oi with force-meat made of bread
iiubs, butter and mixed herbs; egg
al b)read-erumi~b, and1( broil over a mod
ito lire, moisten with melted butter
ien you turn the cutlets; whien done
ace them inn a dish and Illi the
uitre with green p.eas.
A InAKED mm?AMrD)A ONiON, which it will
ke a (determined worshipecr to go
rough wiith, doubtless, to satisfactory
milts: Roil it in salted water hialf an
uri, changing the water twice. Take
out aintd dry it on a cloth. Wrap it in
tIered paper and bake it in a hot
en half an hour. When tender, put
mtto a saucl)an over the fire and
ste it frequiently with butter for ten
nutes, Serve it with melted butter,
It and pepper. This recipe is for a
und and ai ha.lf onion or t hereabout,
Nrr.: Ls ion Soti', 310onNi STmL..
ait two eggs until quite light and
ming, add to thiem a saltspoonful of
It aind sufleient flour to form a paste
ick enough to b.e rolled; flour a pas
P-board and roll the pusto out no~ thin
:a water; t hen rub a little Ilour over
and roll it upi tight.; cut it. in very
in slices, beginning at the end; dry
e slices on a floured hoard for two
uris, and.then boil themi until tender
the soup, and serge th mii in it,
ORiAiIAM MUi'i'N.-Into a sieve put
If a pint of flour, t wo teaspoontuls of
mof tartar anid one of sailcratus.
ix the three ingredients thoroughly
d silt thema into a bowl containing
e aiid a half pints of graham ilour,
if ai euplil ot sugar and a teaspoonmul
sait. Mix all i hor-oughly winio dry,
d add t wo well-beaten eggs and a p)int
nilk. Fill mulizi-curs about two
iids to the top), anld bake in a quick
Roats-r C.aroN.--Cover your caponi
th, ai buttered sheet of paper oi with
ees of bacon; roa.st, mad a few iniuutes
fore taking oil the spit, remove the
*ler or bacon, When a good color,
sh up the fowl, and garnish with
I'r is well to aet thei tale~ for (illy
i' ith as muiich neat ness as if guests
re to be p)resenlt, and to accustom
rvants or niembers of the family to
it upoin the table p)roperly, by daily
'eclean glhes bot tles, decantera, etc.,
Li. mn a handful of line sand, and use
ap and warm water and shake thor
ghly. It will b~e a very (dirty bottle
at you cannot cieain rapidly in this
WAsa a silk lhandkorchief in water in
di the best eastile soap has been
hiered. Thaen snap11 het ween the tin
is until nearly dry. Do not iren it,
.t fold anid p,ress iinder a weight,
C1tA~NDEIP-uis zad iron wall brackets
at have becomeo rusty and wvora may
made to look equal to new b~y apply
I a coat. of bronze powder mixed with
IF' you are bakimg bread turii the
lves top side down in the hot tinzs anti
thienm stand a fewv moments. Tis
11 make the crust very tender and
cy will out easily.
MIcA in stoves whleii smokedI Is readi
cleaned by taking it out andl thor
ghly washing with vimegar a little
kited. If the black does not come off
once, let it soak a little,
S3A'rN tidies i d taible scarfs may be
novated by taking a hot iron, placing
wet, cloth over it, andl holding the
tin in the steam, the wrong side nearer
A Bostro congregation is disgusted
with their niinister becausa he has no
sense of the fitness of things. A cele.
brated divine had preached so fervently
and with so much soul-stirring force
that when he sat down the people were
hushed and many in tears. Hardly was
the great preacher seated before their
own shepherd popped up and briskly
announced that the parishioners were
expected to turn out in large numbers
to the sociable to be hold on the follow
img evening, and that they were reques
ted to bring with them liberal contnbu
tions of cold corned beef, tongues,
turkoy, ham sandwiches, and hot bis
auit. There is a time for all things.
There is a time for mourning and a
Lime for rejoicing. But the time to
talk of cold corned beef and fixings is
clearly not in a moment of intense spir
A servant girl fell on a bracket,
Her skull, she did nearly crack it,
St. Jacob a Oil applying,
Baved her from dying
It proved to be "just the racket."
A steanitoat captain from Goshen,
Was hurt by a boiler explosion;
On the pais in his 1i),
St. Jacob's Oil got the grip,
110 calls it the all. healin lotion.
Fooo at the opera: Fogg was at the
opera the other evening, and sat in
front of a young gentleman who showed
his musical knowledge by humming the
airs as thay occured. At the close of
the first act Fogg turned atound to say,
in a voico sufficiently loVd to be heard
by a score of others; "I am very much
obliged to 3 ou, sir, for the little con
3ert you have been giving me; you are
ire very kind, but to tell you the truth,
lioy made so much noise on the staga
that I didn't enjoy it nearly so much as
[ ought." The young gentleman said
nothing, but he looked volumes. Dur
ing the second act lie omitted his obli
gato, and the stage people had to get on
is best they could without it.
**"gDo boldly what you do at all."
Rohloly do we aillrm that Kidney-Wort Is
the great reiedy for liver, bowels and
kidney diseases, rheumatism and piles
vanish belore it. The tonic effect of Kid
ncy-Wort is produced by its cleansing and
purifying action on the blood. While there
is a gravelly deposit in the urine,or milky,
ropy urine from disordered kidneys, it al
WY"The Diamond Dyes always do more
than ihey clai to do. Cover over that
old (ires. It will look like new. Only
BSm. time sinco an Ohio paper got
after a manufacturing concern, and gave
it such a showing up that the president
went to a lawyer and said he desired to
begin a libel suit. "What has the pa
per said ?" asked the attorney. "Why,
that we have never paid a dividend."
"Well, have you?" "N-o, but it said
we coulin't pay our hands." "And you
haven't for the past two months, have
you ?" "I can't say we have; but it said
our stock was down to 14, the concern
mcrtgaged, and bad management would
soon bust us." "Isn't it all so?" "Con
found it ! Yes, and that's wvhat I want
to sue for I" yelled the indignant pres
Thousands upon thousands of bottles of
Carboline, a (deodorized extract of petro
leum, have been sold, and from all over
the land comies one universal cry, "Uarbo.
line, ats now improved and peifected, is
the best hair restorer ever used.'' Sol by
LAmeas usually get much amusement
from seeing a mitiister in a gown, for
they cannot help but think that he
looks as though he had on a piece of
Female attire, and the remarks made
privately by females arc perhiap4 not as
reverent as they should be. The other
Leven.ing, wheni a domii appeared in
Full gownx, a Pr'ceman reporter heard
whispered, "W~hy, ho iasar't any hoops."
"W~ondler why he don't wear a bustle'?"
"DO you isupplose Miss So and 8o (re
erring to a fashionable dressmaker)
ever cut that frock !'' "Gc'odnessl! one
uide is three inches longer than the
other, and how it dIroops; in the back !"
Ciii' i's-r FAsmi M NAoAZiNE in the
world, I120 large pag es, 4 pasges new music,
1000 engravings each issue. 50 cents per
year; single copies 15 cents. STRAwBRLDGE
& CLOTulER, 8th & Market Sts., P~hila.
A Moxos the crowdl watching the seals
at a zoological garden were a newly
married couple on a bridal tour. They
gave all the rest of the animals the go
by to observe the seals in the stone
basin, an~i it was a full hour before they
grew weary. Chilled by the rawv air an'd
impatient over the waiting, the husband
saidi: "Come, darling, let's go'n see the
the hiyenas. Th'le feller who sai-1 them
seals wvould fly around and sing at 4
o'vlock either lied to tis or. else this 'ere
watch han gone ahead on me agin."
Ask for Wells' "iHough on Corns." 1-,0. Quick,
reilee i'erm'anent cure. Coras. waris, bimons.
ren old Judge, who has always been
looked upon01 as the professor of an iron
constitution, calls uponO his doctor.
"Yen here ?" says the phiysician in as
tonishment; "What can be the matter?''
'Well, doctor, the fact is that I am get
ting to be a little uneasy about the state
of my health." "~Ah I And where is the
trouble? In the head ? Stomach?''
".No, they're all right, but of late I have
been suff'erhig a good deal1 from insomia
Ladies and( chikiren 's boots andl shoes
caiiiot run over if Lyon's Patent Heel
Stiffenecrs are used.
No-rmso is ever lost by being pleasant
rind a'greoeable. You ask for two p)ounds
LIf steak-no more, no less. One butch
Dr growls that lie can't cut ofi just two
pouiids, and y'ou leave him, thoroughly
vexed. At the next stall the man of
meats hears yonr request with unruflied
visage, cuts off a pound and a half,
slaps it into the scales and out again in
clouble-quick time, rolls it up neatly,
aind says, with a sweet smile, "Just t,wo
pounds, ma'am." He is the man who
Dr. Kline's (Great 'erve' Restorer is the
mat vel of the age for all nerve dtseases. All
i toao o . 8end to 931 Arch street'
IT is said the only obstacle in the way
of transporting live hogs from this
Dounitry to England is the diffleulty of
feeding them on the passage. Why
not feedl them from the trou gh of the
Don't Die in te Rouse.
nouh on liat." Clean ot rats,mtcee,toaches,
Thoueanc of families have had occasion
to try the iover failing qualities of Dr.
Bull' 8Cough. hyruo, and they all utilte in
the praise of this wonderful prescription.
SUDDN deaths do not come from v
heart diseae one in twenty, but from o
1ongestion of the lungs or brain, or
from aoploxy. More die from oonges
tion of the.lungs than of the brain than
What the groat restorative, Hlostetter's 8tomach e
Bitters. Will do must be gathured from what it has
dlone. It, has effcted ral lcal cures in thousands
of cases of clyspepsia, bilious dlisordlers, intermit
lent fever, nervous affections, general de.nlity,
clonstipation, sick headache, mental despondency,
anti tile haui~ r comprlaints and disabiliies to
which te feeble are so subject.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally.
Dr. .Silbee's External PileRemedy e
Givs Anatantrelefand is an it allible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILESe it
old by Dr its eerrwhere. Priee $1 W er box
n1alI suers, P.~c este't fr & Co., an
hew York City. eanufaeturers o "Anaksats.
WILBOR'S COMPOUND OF
PURE COD LIVER
OIL AND LIME.
5pYto i~114 eirmon ifavor of the use of
Perieneeh1asi).w e Oar vaL red forx.
O nan f7tueldi,.y*
-No other d s sso prevalnt In this coun. U
iry as Constipation, and zro remedy hia over ,
oequalled the clebrated Kidney-Wort as a
E cure. whatever theocause, however obstLnato 0 e
#5 the case, this remedy will overcome it. ,. a
ispan*svryatt e-PILES. THIS dsres:ing come- @
c omplicated withoonutipation. Kidney-Wort I
,y strengthens .the weakened parts and quickly a
0 cures all kinds of Piles even when physicIans
and medicines have before filed. ?
1 2- tW!f you have either of these troubles
* RC 1 USE D, gise.Se.l a i
naii*.neen .S. . . .
BEEORE -AND - AFTER 1 k
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Trial. td
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD, t
W l7'lO are suffering from lEsavous D1a.ILTrY,
h Lot VITA.he T gACr t or n s Y oaca AID
iooR, WATio WEAKNESSEs, and all those distas
of a IasoNA, efAfete resulting from Ana and
OreE noI A. Tpir el a nd om t ren N -
The grarmte" dienovery of the ilneteenth Century.t
tend at oce forllustratediamphlet,free. Address
VOLTAIC BELT 00., MARSHALL, MICHe.
sth io thte world eqnai to it for the
cute of Sc la. Piraple., Bolts, Tetter, 01d Sore,
Sore Eyes, i ercriat Dieaes, Catarrh. ess of
Appetite Female Complaints, and anl lood
dista.es. It nere, fail.. All druggita and
country elstire keeperS se it. I. E. Belier,
a o.. Prop'., Vittsiburgh, on every bottle.
Voinntary Trlbuesofsnti uDe arenea.
fits Bceiele i.n
DEAr Sr-Please allow me the privilege of giving
my testin sty regarding the wonderf iul curative prop.
ert esof yur invaluable medicine, unt's itemedy. i
D)urnwr ineI past sIx or seven years I have been a great c
sutler from kidney dIsease, and during a groat part of
the time my ufferilgs have been so intense as t be
Indescribable. Only those who have suift red by thts e
dread disease knew of the awful backache, and pains 
01 all kinds, acbempa ;led by great weaknesses and
nervous prostraton, loss of force and ambition which C
invariably attend it. I had all these trouIbles in.
tens~Ii%d, and was in sneh a bad cond tlin that I cotld
not gel up out of iSy chair exivpt by pulling lmy
hands on lest knees, and almlost rolling 01ut before I]
could stra!ghtlen up. I tri(d the beat doctofas, and
manIy kimda of medicine, but all failed to help me, and
I ex perimned so long endeavoring to get cured that -
last sprinIg I wasIin very poor shape, anti in seeking
for relief my attentiotn was directed by a friend to the -
remarkAble curse of kidney diseases, etc., which were
being accomplished by Hunt's lemedy. I was In.
duved to tri It, and began to take it, antd very soon
"iimtze.cd up," as It were: my revere backache and
the Intense lalus I had suffered so long sp'eediily di.
srppeared. notwlthstandinlg I had been bottierot with ~
thIs comlaisnt so many yeas. .j
lihe-. ' i an to 'ke llunlt's Ilmedy 1 W conIsid
also [rink1~ of pia . Everiinc I have b sOI taki
ithe rem-1 d), howevor. may n proveliuent has b*eet mo4
have itasI. r d . 19W fel ilk C In fozo self
It nrc heary an11td n i ajIi. 1hal lwayskip
or Lue meaes e'd e of10 ltdr or Un.
ary organs, to I' unt's1 iterledly, and tate nIo other.
sours ver to, Ij WesminsteNt as Elre -
"In the lexicon of yoh etc. there is ne such word
as vAtr." 'Jha* "ilc ' s now found in the Iabora. I
tory of asunt'S haey nows tie such Wodas-- tj
"11an61o Souni and Well.,
Hatcher's Staton, Ga., March e7, 1876.
1R. V. PIEtEC, M. D.: Dcar Sir-My
rife who had boon ill for over two years,
ud had tried niany other medicines, be
aie sound and well by using your "Fa.
orite Prescription." My niece was also
ured by its use, after several physicians
ad failed to do hor any good.
Yours truly, THOMA J. MTUGVIN.
A YOUNG husband, desirous of provok
ig a chance to pay a compliment to
is young wife and of receiving an as
arance of affection, says with an aspect
surprise, "My dear, I heard a very
markable thing to-day. Whats-his.
ame told me that he had been looking
ito the matter very closely, and had
iscovered that thero was only one mar
ed woman on this street who wasn't a
irt and really loved her dear hubby
etter than any other man in the world."
he wife, after mature dehberation-"I
onder, now, who it can be? I thought
knew everybody on thratrsW -
Sick and biliots headaehe, and all de
in geineits ot 'stoinlachl and bowels, cured
y Dr. Pierce's "Pollets"-or anti-bilious
rantiles. 25 cents i vial. No cheap
Lxes to allow waste of virtues. By drug
DROIDEDLY original.-"Yes," said the
kan with the big necktie, "yes, I think
harley's play is a work of decided
Lerit. The characters are entirely
riginal. No one ever saw, heard or
reamed of such persons, and no one
ver will see, hear or dream of such.
es, Charley is original, dreadfully
Young muen, inidd-l aged ones, suifer
ig from nervous debility and kindred
-eaknesses; send threo siau1ps 1tor Part. VI1
f Dinme Series Books. Address, Wonbo's
)IsP'ENsARY MEDICAL AssocIAToN
11u1falo, N. Y.
TIM judge sent him up for three
Lonths. ".iut. your honor," he objec
Ad, "this is only a simple drunk."
No, sir," replied the district justice,
Lernly; "your offence is an aggravated
ne; you wore a dress-coat when you
rent to, make your afternoon calls on
low Year's day. I have let you off
***"By. asking too much we may losti
he little that we had before," Kidney
Wort asks nothing but a fair trial. This
,iveu, It fears no loss ot faith in its virtues.
1 lady writes from Oregon: "For thirty
rears I have been afll:cted with kidney
,omplaints. Two packages of Kidney
Wort have done me more good than all the
nedicine and doctors I have had before.
[ believe it is a sure cure."
Viv"Fast, brilliant and fashionable arc
he Diamond Dye colors. One package
solors 1 to 4 lbs. of goods. 10 cents for
ASTRONOMERS continue to assert that
iere is something the matter with the
omet's head. Men who are up all
ight, as the comet is, will know what
For dyspepsia, inUigestion, depression
f spirits and general debility, In their ra
IoUs forms; also as a preventive against
ever and ague and other intermittent
evens, the "Ferro-rhospliorated Elixir of
asaya,'' made by Caawell, Hazard & Co,
few York, sold by al Druggists, is the
est tonic; and for patients recovering
em rover or other sickness. it has no
"CAN you find room for a scribe OD
our paper?" "Not unless you want to
ibscribe." And again was that schol
ely youth crushed.
Mtothera. Attenthion !
(Chas. Jlones, of Eiizabe~th. ispenacer county, In.,
ya i have dealt in mnelicine a mmtanber of years,
ad wiii say that Dr, IRoger's ncgetable, Wormu Syrup
the most valable2, amedicine I ever sold. My cus
mlers are welt pleasedi with its eifets.
Thxe Tewtliinouy of a PhlyaieIan.
Jae nleecher. M. D., of Siamurnecy, Iowa. says:
For several years I haave bieun using a Cougha itasamn
lied Dr. Wmn hail's hlaisamn for thae lI.ngs, and ini
most every ca.se thiroug-hout my p'ractaco I haave had
atire succuess. I heave used anld p)rescribedl hundredas
bottles ever Since' the dlay, 0! may army prae
o (inerm, wheni 1 was surngeon of nospital Ito. 7,
IN boiling meat, oe., or even clothes,
irn a plate bottom side lip and put it
ri the boitomi of the btottle to prevent
a contents from burning.
IAs a reliable remiedy for ind~igest ion aind a
?rtain eure for dyspepsiai, GAw.srnrNEx with
It dloiibt stands tirst. (Gas-rniN is ini
quid form. Sold by druggists.
.To cure sneezing plug the nostrils
ith cotton wool. The effect is instan
The best flitting collars anid cuffs you can
it aire the Chrphitliion. Now' for sale at
i1 first -class stores.
A PERsEv'ERINo investigator has found
iat rags saturated with kerosene will
ot scare squash bugs away from squash
mecs, He says that the fragrance of
erosene is "ever so much p)leasantor
ian theameli of bugs," and hints that
ey know it, t oo. and like it,
Malaria, chills, positively cured by
imory's Standard Cure Pills. Their
rluol unknowvn, sugar-coated ; no grip
Niitro-glytjcrine, which is pure glyce..
.ne treated with nitric acid, was disi
:>vered by an Italian chemist, in 184'7.
he explosive energy or this compound
from four to thirteen timnes that of
Catarrh of the laddetr.
Stinging irritation, inflamimatonm, all Kidnecy andi
rlnary Complits, cuaredi by "Biuchui-paib.". $i.
A nothecr start is, it appears, to be
iade in that march of progress in whlich
p to the present tune, China has made
Iuch a sorry show. It has been deter
uined that the mineral resources of one
f the large.st provinces shall be proper
r mnvstigated, and a German mining
xpert is to be sent there to report on
ie underground wealth of the province.
5 to $20 ir,ay t e4"ie wornig,fr
RBEE! BIY RIETUIIN MAIL-A foil deueriidl>
m1. "N OTiO. 1. 10Moy o IW i 'ta (ii
5)A wEEK. $42 a day at ioaolynio ecosty
ou oitAt f re. AAdress T'itUK a Cio.. A Ausista. Me.
PI M lrphisse lEabt Otared In 10
Dii..J. Mai-EN, L.ebanu,n, obio.
IGENTS ina en o t . sig
orld. write frarticulaes to F'. REoIusTE Pro.
aetor. i ttou Street. Philadel,hisa. Pa.
nse thousand ce e the aort kindi aofIn
rteeythsIwlisendYWO lttVLi PRIRt
B. ' A.Sto" inPearlst.New Yor'
wlmoage asUwerates Sam asUeriesneans
real confer a faver uao time d<Ver.
lsi and thae rblis er by stating
lPaat1mg w he advertteensent
(fa mma. ape....
THE GREAT GERMAN
- FO PAIN.
Itelieves and cure
Soreness, Cuts, Brises,
And all other bodily Aches
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE. ac
Sold by all Druf91sts and
Detr. r ec oi n1
UIf |)l Iages.
Jhe o%ies A. Vogeler 00
~.InIu,.iuusr (suoeensen . F.'y R C CO.)
t--- 'el . e laltimore
IS A SURE CURE
for all diseases of the Kidneys and N
- LIVER --
It has speolilo action on this most important
organ, onabling It to throw off torpidity and 8
inaction, stimulating tho healthy secretion of
the Bilo, and by kooping the bowels in firee
oonditio', oftboting its regular dischargo.
are bilious, dyspoptio, oroonatipatod, Kidney
wart wiu eurely rellevo and qulokly aus
in tile Spring to cloone, the Systom vr
Oo should tWeo a thorough courso it. ,
U- SOLD BY DRUGOISTS. Prico S1.
If you are
In the inquiry-Which is the -
best Liniment for Man and
Beast?-this Is the answer, at- I
tested by two generations: the
MEXIAN MUSTANG LINI
MENT. The reason is sini
ple. It penetrates every sore,
wound, or lameness, to the
very bone, and drives out all '
inflamniatory and morbid
niaatter. It "goes to tle root",
of the trouble, and never faills n
to cure In double quick tinue. N
AGENTS WANTED ? y
tinf linclil e ever iWil kit!t at ir o
T with MR IOE comlee it .'
Whyin It wi al o knit a great varteliy n fancy.
work for wfich there i alway a rto advr ti nir)t. aed c
for circular o i ternAm to t ae T%ys 'ly K iii
2111nlkine Co., 1W3 Troinout Strtcet. 136"ton.m~ams.B
THE SUN A b Mo,NwY ity,
Nos othe wrpuled oet thie senie. h
Evey packeaiue i as ouret tradh-e-mgark i
alyiterstn, ta arke Freryd's ese. Hub.D
crtin III ET fages) byit all. rf, an boter
or8.0 Swha~i;f,DY( oliedar sa).5.. pA,..ear
Le EONOM A NTINGubisCe. Newriy
W. 1UTNA, Ag..Jaaicflan. (hBosth)esm
Bet n heWe0l. Ae t ahnes genraneo
Evee-y pac n rhans0 otauesir
HARL fiES tn a. i00 bCotter
fbrnthissstyle of PIiAdriLs iA
SINER ,ualtoan Bhoe I
di*trtrfrBeinr. A Maents ar n d solig t
n- ke or t ler a nd Tetlaoi ala . in eyg
Douglas Brothee, 63 . 7th Se.Phidl.Pa.
estoe to~ in arina Poa Herhe
our H e,t roant Wye. Al in &es as lo
Chcgo l 0LlATN .
1 33 por cent1NAT.wAr.iPen. oo.. P
i arietihr, uidr,s MIE A I.tarE-rlous i surcess,
ever wilt. AtRf lo t i rOet ts adsln i
re1 ay. ne an an hAgen who
* tit'Aa"tin nnb
rI n ten atlds.Eris.AoInAt ffE ,haL
WOR~ SAI B Y AI D o
ath of Boul Wealth of Iii
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
'ore blood makes ound esh, strong bone , '
lear skin. If on would have your
ir bones soun ithout caries,
x1on fair, Usei .o00
adwa ' parillilan
A remedy composed of ingredients of extraor.
nary medical properties, essential purify
al repair and Invigorate nhe broken-down and
11r its tre% a u.,8rmadPat
&ttd body- viox,g PLzASANT, SAJFB and PBRuA.
a nand cure.
No matter by what name the complaint may be
aignated, whether it be scrofula, consumplion,
?hHis, ulcers, sores, tumors, boils erysipelas, or
rhenm, diseases of the lunge, kidneys, blad
iv wmb si, liver, stomach or bowels, either
irono or onst tntional, the virus o In the Blood
hih supplies the waste and builds and repairs
kese organs and wasted tissues of the system.
the blood Is unhealthy, the process of repair
inst be unsound,
7he SarsaparlIllan Resolvont
t on a cosating remedy, but secures
ehmornous action of each of the or 11R it
itablishes throughout the entire system inotion.
harmony and supplIes the blood ves
ile with a pure and healthy current of
Iw life. Tun SKIN, after a fow days' use
Ithe Barsaparllian, beconies clear an(i
bautiul. Pimples, blotche#j black sp0tR slid
in eruptions are removed; sorm and ulcers soon
ired. Persons suffering from surofula eruptive
seases of the eyes, mouth. oars, legs, 'troat andI
ands, that have accumulated and spread, either
om uncured diseases or mercury, or from th(j
ie of corrosive sublimate, may rely on a ure
the 8arsaparillian is continued a sucent thue
make its impression on the system.
One bQttle contains more of the active princl.
es of Medicines than any other Preparation.
iken In teaspoonful doses, while others require
ro or six times as much.
One Dollar a "ottle.
S R. R
ladwa's Ready Relief,
ISe Vheavext land Best Med icine fropI
Family Use in Che Worlae.
In from one to twenty minutes never fails to
lieve P'ain with one thorough applcation:
matter how violent or excruclatin he pain:
a Itheumatio, Bed-ridden, Infirm, Cripled
ervous Neuralgic or prostrated with disease
ay ouir, A DWAY'S READ LIEF will
IFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER,
IFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS,
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS,
)RE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
YSTERIUCS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA,
OLD OHILLS, AGUE CHILLS,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST BITES.
RUISES, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,
OUGUS, COLDS, SPRAINS,
PAINS IN THE CH EST, BACK
or LIMBS are instantly relieved.
N ITS VARIOUS FORU1fg,
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for 50 eta. There Is
ft a remedial agent in this world that will cure
over and Agiue ,and oilier Malarlous, Bilious
'arlet Thod,Yllowv and other fevers (aiderd
DlA WY EL EiILLS) so quickly as RIADiV A's
It will In a few momentq, when taken internaily
cording to the directiona cure Cramps Spasms,
mr Stomach, Heartburn, hick Headache Dysp'
i, Palpitation ofthe h eart, Cold Chills h ysteries,
un nteBwl,Diarrhcea Dysentery, Colic,
'ind in the Bowels, and all Internal Pains.
Travelers should_always carry a bottle of RAD. '
!AYS REAmx utni.ia wiin znem. A few
ocps In water will prevent sickness or pains from
isue oater lstiuabetter than French Brandy
iner, and Lumbermeon should alway
'erfect, Purgative, Soothing, A peri-'
ents, Act without PaIn, Always
Reliable and Natural
VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
im, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse and streng
RtADwAy's PrLLs for the cure of all disorders of
0 Stomach, Liver Itowels Kidneys Bladder, -
inhale C'mnplaluta, l'ervous biseases, loss of Ap.
tIte, headache Constipation, Costiveness, fnai
stion, Dyspepsla, Hillousness. Fever, inflamma
mu of the ilowels, Piles, and all derangements of
0 Internal Viscera. Purely vegetable, contain
g no mnorcury, minerals, or doleterious drugs.
c bev h following symptoms resulting
nrn D)iseases of the Digestive Organs ; Consetipia
n, Inward P'iles, Ful ness of Blood in the
end, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea Heartburn, -
sgust of Food, Fullness or Weight in the Ste
ich, Slour Eructatilons Sinking or Fluttering at
S Heart. Choking or dufferin Sensations whien
ekio lin potur ir i hnes Vision, Do18 or
lad. D)eiiciency of P'erspiration, Yellowness of
o Skin and Ryes Pamn In the Side, Cheat,
bs and Sudden I'lushes of Heat, Burning IS
A few doses of RAnwAY's PII.ra will free the
stem-from all the above-named disorders.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS,
Priee, 21a cents Ner Boa.
READ "FALSE AND) TRUE."
Bend a letter stamp to RtADWAY & CO., No. 83
arren, (Cor. Church St., Newr York.
llformation worth thousanris will be sent
To fine Public,
Be sure and ask for IRADWAY's, and see that thif
me "RtAn)'v&Y" Is on what, you buy.
e runfailin andi
QU REQ AND an oS4~
/ vous bilit ous
iood d es.,
daoes Bankers ha
s - - aa all rh~ o
a.NE VER FAMLS, % no retre ere
a an m -
GiIAI,(( i ts, Prpieos ~Jaee b
iseT H R ESHE ERS "
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