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POrASH IN BENHous.-An expe
rienced gardener, among other insecti
cides, recommends the use of potash in
the greenhouse as providing a remedy
against most insects; and also fertilizing
the plants. He says: '-I use it for
cleaning the glass, swilling all wood and
and brick work everywhere inside, and
find it useful both for cleansing and as
an insecticide; and.I think it Is a good
dressing for the soil. I have used it as
strong as one ounce to the gallon of
water for syringiug glass over plants,
and it has not injured the leaves, on the
contrary, improved them. However, I
would not advise its use in this way
carelessly, but used as I have described
it gets into every crack and crevice,
dealing certain death to the insect tribe.
I would strongly advise all who have
not had a thorough experience of the
different kinds recommended,to be very
cautious in their use of insecticides and
note carefully their results, as many are
more dangerous than useful. Paraliue,
for instance, when applied to plants in
any form whatever, kills the insects;but
how often does it close the pores of the
leaves and make the plants unhealthy,
and, as a consequence, more liable to
future attacks from insect pests."
A SUCCESSFUL grower of quinces says
he attributes all his success in the busi
ness to the accident that most of his
trees were set in low, mucky ground,
and with such shelter that their own
fallen leaves and those of an adjoining
apple orchard made good annual mulch.
le says it is not the trunks and branch
es that are tender, but the root, trees
being almost invariably killed in expos
ed situations where frost penetrates
deeply. He mulches well with autumn
leaves and well-rotted stable manure,
saying the better the manure, the fairer
and larger the fruit. lie also believed
a vigorous growth prevents, to some
pxtont, the twig blight and the red
Xua peach borer is a wasp-like insect,
with transparent wings, and a richly or
nai ented body, banded and striped
withi gold,which deposits its eggs about
the base of the trunk. The eggs hatch
out and the larva3 boro into the sap
wood and cause an exudation of gummy
mauitor which appears in the masses
about the base of the tree. The larvw
aconi partly to live in this gummy sub
strsuce and partly in the sap wood of
t.te tree. Sometimes three cr four are
found on the same tree, occasionally
girdling and destroying it, but always
inducing more or less of a diseased con
dition, and impairing its vigor. Alto
gether, it is a very objectionablo and
WATER FOR SwINE.- There are many
farmers who think it unnocessary to
give a drink of water to a pig, but who
consider the slop that it receives as am
ple for its needs, or that when a pig is
fattening dry food only is needed and
that water makes soft pork. There arc
many more who are hardly so ignorant
as this, yet act precisely as though they
were, and neglect to povido any water
t >r their stock but what they can pro
cure from pond holes or sloughs. The
co.acequence is disease and death. Pure
wvater is indispensable to the health of
all kinds of stock.
IN wintering colts the first year a
small feed twice a day ol eats or other
grain wvill well repay the cost. If colts
atre over stunted it is the first winter.
After that they will keolp on growing on
good hay wvith no grain, anti the dlangor
of injurmng from too much life in young
horses makes it ativisabile to feed grain
sp:ringly or not at all until they are
ready to work. Buit with colts taken
froin the dam in the fall the only dan
ger is from too little rather than too
flontss should conmc through the
winter mi good flesh, and be in good
trim for the hard work of spring. HoIr
sea' feet need special care at this time
of slu- h and mudI. When the horses are
b)roulght in from work, they should be
rubbed down,anid the feet and legs thor
oughly dried, if left covered with mud
the skin nmay soon1 become diseasBed,andl
eraceked heels or foot foer may result.
Looa well t.o the horses' feet.
Cows. -Any 'ow that is out of condi
tien will neLed tho best of cairo now.
W arma barn s101), niith a hittle ginger, is
Xexeot. ]f the animal is 1poor and
weak, there is dtanger of feeding largely
of rich food. Calves infestcd wvith vocr
hin are known by their rough coats. A
ixtare of lard antaI ulphiur rubbed
longL the back, with ai dles of a tea
blponful of suilphur and muolasses once
or twice a week, is effective.
SHEEPi~.-Ew~ts shoul have dry and
clean pens1 and yards, with plenty of
good, wh1olesC)fom feod. If thO wool is
talling, a few otunco doses of equal parts
oi sulphtur and cream of tartar w ill ri.
lievo the irritation of the skin. Early
lambs may be pushed forward with fresh
cowv's milk, given warm, a qutarte'r of a
pitnt to a meal. Do not run any risks in
SwfN a.- Breeding sews should be 501)
araIted from other pigs. and( provided
with wvarm, dry pens, bedded with leaves
or strtaw. A rail fastened to the wvall
eighit inches from the floor, wvill piro
vent the young pigs 1rol being crtished.
1t is wvell to feed the sow some raw lin
seed oil a low days before the pigs are
I;ARLEmY Is drivmng eats from many of
the best farms in Vermont, being a first
class grain to sow with grass st ed, and1
yieldinig thirty to fifty bushels jior acre,
worth more per bushel thtan corn for
po~.rk. beef, muilk or butter,
THEn day of foodmng large quantities
of corn to an animal ior a mcore or more
of months is past, and thrifty young
s'eers oir from good passtutres,with a fowv
week~s finishing off with corn, art' to fur..
nish the beef of the future,
Wu'ERnE the Dark has been gnawed or
scraped oil from a tree the new bark
may be made to grow aigain by covering
- the dtenudled place with c.lay. It has
been made to grow in this way without
leaving a scar even.
ONE of the imp)ortant points in plant
ing seed1s is to press the soil very firmly
upon the seeds. in setting young
plants the same thing should be remuom
bored.* It is also benefi"ial to strip of
some of the leaves,
Mos'r garden vegetables require plen
ty of decompos.d manure. The vmning
crops, I:o wover, do better if fresh cow or
hog manure Is used undier tbh il where
the sceds are planted,
BLAO 1'UDDirNG.-For black puddings
the method in Ghent, .Belgium, is to
take one pound of fat of pork to one
quart of blood, (which must lo rapidly
stirred while pouring out of the animal,
to prevent congealing,) and a number of
onions, to be chopped to a pulp, as well
as the fat; put in pepper, salt, summer
savory, and sweet marjoram, mixed all
together, with as much flour as will
make a thin batter; then put it in well.
cleaned skins, tied every fow inches
apart with string; put them in a well
filled boiler of cold water, and lot it come
near to boiling; thou take thQm out and
put in fresh cold water, and that may
be suffered to boil an hour, unless the
skins show signs of bursting; then cool
off the water a little before they are
done. They are a feast for an epicure.
The English method for black puddings
is simply the fat of pork chopped into
small lumps, with a very small quantity
of onion, and groats for consistency. I
suppose they should be boiled previous
to mixing with the blood; add a little
salt, and boil as directed.
RULEs FOR UAK.-liaye the ingredi
ente all measured and prepared, and the
tins buttered before mixing the mater
ials, t3ift the cream of tartar, or baking
powder, well into the flour; dissolve
the soda in the milk, or if no milk is
used, in a little warm water; roll the
sugar; boat the butter to a cream; mix
the butter and sugar togetho; beat the
yolks and whites of the eggs separately.
When fruit is used, it must always be
added the last thing, and dredged with
flour to prevent its falling to the bottom.
Cake to be light should be baked slow
ly at first, until the batter is evenly
heated all through. I find that cake is
very much more delicate made with
puverized sugar than when made with
a coarser kind. Eggs will beat lighter
and quicker if they are put into a basin
of cold water for half an hour before
How To MAKS TEA.-The proper
method of making tea ought always to
be observed, yet, although so simple,
few seem to know how. People will
spoil it by boiling, or they will make a
weak decoction of the almost tastless
Oolong or Hyson and adding a few drops
of milk, will swallow cup after cup of
the insipid stuff and Imagine that they
are taking tea. Tea to be good must
never bo boileil, as boiling kills the flno
flavor and the aroma. 'T'iiore is but one
way to make tea, which is to allow one
spoonful for each lperson, you expect to
supply; pour on boiling water (be sure
the water boils,) lot the infusion stand
on the table (never over the fire) and
in from three to five minutes it is
ready for use. A cup of rosy-flavored
English I reakfa'at two-thirds tea and
one-third milk makes a beverage fit for
an epicure, a philosopher or a king.
IN a ease of extreme sickness, when
it is important that what little nourish
mont the patient can take should bi
highly condensed, the following is an
excellent mode for concentrating, in a
small compass, all the nutritive proper
ties of a chicken. After plcling the
chicken sprinklo a little salt over it and
cut it in pieces, as if for frying. Put
thre pices in a small glass jar (or wide
mouthed botthi-), stop it tightly, and
put it in a pot of cold wvater, gradually
heating the latter till It boils. Let the
jar of chicken remain in the water till
the juices are wvell extracted, then pour
thomn off for the patient,
EED PEPPEn UAT5UP.'-Out up ripe
peppers and place them in a preserving
kettle until It is full; then cover with
the best eider vinegar and boil until the
pepp)lors have dropped to pieces. After
removing from the fire, as soon as the
sauce is cool enough. I rub it through
a 'wire sieve. It is much better, in my
opinion, wvithout salt or any other con
diments, and1 is of a beautiful scarlet
color, and so tisck that it must be put
up for use in large-nthed bottles or
jars, and will keep fresh for yoara. It
should boil slowly for at least four
ViEAL LoA;.-Ohrop four pounds of
rawv veal quite fine; mix wvithr it half a
l)ound of crackers rolled to large crumbs,
three raw eggs, two teaspoonfuls of
salt, tiwo salt-spooinfuls of pepper and
quairter of a sailt-sp)onful of p)owdered
aIllapico; if the veal is perfectly lean
add a tablespoonful of butter; put this
mixture into a smooth tin mould or parn
just harge enough to contain it. Het
it in a nmoderate oven and bake it for
two ho'-rs. After the veal loaf is cook
ed let it cool in Ir pan, and thenr turn
it out. It is to be sliced andl served
cold for luucht o.i or suppeor.
SPTOED VEAL.-Out cold lean yeal,
either baked or fried, into pieces ai'i
inch square. Measure sufficient vinegar
to cover it; heat the vinegar scalding
hot, adldinig to each pint one dozen
whole cloves, half an inch of stick ciin
naumon, a teaspoonful of salt and a small
red popper or a dozen pepper-corns;
wyhen the vinegar is scailing hot pour
it antd thre spices over the yeah, and let
tIhe veal stand in this pickle for at least
twenty-four hours, it may then be used
cold h r luncheon or super.
GRANDE CEAMI. -Take 1 pint of or
ange juice, and put it over the well
beaten yolks of 6 eggs; set it over the
fire, adding the peel of half ani orange.
Keep stirring all the while one way,
aud when thick, but not boiling, takc
out the pqpl and put into glasses tc
cool. While It is cooking, add wvhite
sugaur to sweeten to taste. Just befort
sorv:ng, beat the whites of 4 eggs to s
stiff froth, sweetened with 2 tablespoon
ld of powdered sugar, and drop a ta
blespoonful into each glass. This i.
very mice with cake,
IIOME-MADE feathers masy be gotteil
up by taking what milliners call bonnet
wire-a fiat light thread, and wir? taps
-and beginning at the far 01nd of it and
sowving on the extreme tips of those
beautiful bronze and green duck or
cockorcl feathers, lapping them so ai
to hide the quIll ends. You will be
surp)risedi and dohlghitetI with the result,
HANDSOME tidies for foot rests ar(
made ias follows: Tlake two picces oi
satin ribbon t-hree-fourtha of a yard
long and one and -a half inches wide,
paint on each a running vine, join th<
pieces together with antique lace inser
t-ion and around the whole sew antique
lace. Chair and sofa tIdies may be
made In the same manner.
DAnK blue sathur or plush table spreads
are made square, and in each corner Is
a stem of golden rod artisticaily em
broldered, The border is usually ol
plush, jn old gold or terra-cottai color,
joined to the spr-ead with embroder)
bilk in horring-bone stitch,
LawA fall a Baltimore hardware des
or, who had a bill against a blacksmil
in an adjacent village, sent it out by h
collector for payment. Upon arriviv
at the village thb collector found til
shop, but not the smith, and after
long hunt discovered him on his ov
door-step, elbows on his knees and ohi
on his hands.
"I bays no pills," replied the omit]
as the account was handed him.
"Why what's the matter, Mr. Coon1
"Vheil,, dor matter Ish dot I hi
failed in poesness und I dean pay no
"Failed? Have you aotually failed i
"Well, you'll have to pay mc in fu
aust the same. Under the laws of th
State no man can fail unless be lo0l
his doors, and as I passed the sho
yours were wide open."
"Dunder und blitzen l dot vhas dE
carelessness of my poy Show I Ho
much is dat pill? I pays him queek un
runs down und nails oop der doors mj
self I Dunder l but dot poy nefer make
a Yankee if he li's here a tousand years.
A servant girl fell on a bracket,
her skull, she did nearly creek it,
St. Jacob s Oil applying,
Saved her from dying
It proved to be "Just the racket."
A steamboat captain from Goshen,
Was hurt by a boiler explosion;
On the pains in his hip,
St. Jacob's Oil got'the urin,
He calls it the all healinu lotion.
STrL ahead: Smith Washington, a
aged colored African, whitewashed tii
fence of an Austin banker for a do)ls
and a quarter, which the banker pai
him in Mexican quarters at par. Sev
eral days rolled away into eternity bf
fore Smith Washington had any oce
sion to put one of those Mexican quai
ters into circulation, but when he ai
tempted to do so he was shocked at th
twenty per cent. discount. His fetrling
were hurt, too, He lifte i up his voic
and said: "yess ter think ob a banke
in whom I had obery confidence in d
world, beating me out ob a quarter o
o dollar. 1 'lowed he was an honei
L an. I hadn't ortor tuck do jo' in th
fust place," and then he added mox
cheerfully: "But of 1 hadn't tuck d
job to whitewash the fenco I nebc
would hab found out whar de chicker
roosted, and as I sold four dollars' wu
ob chickens next morning, do ban
hain't cotohed up wid me yet."
***"Do boldly what you do at all.
Bl)htly do we nilll in that KUdney-Wort
the great remely for liver, bowels an
kidacy diseases, rheumatism and pik
vanish betore it. The tonic effect of Kid
uoy- Wort is produced by its cleansing an,
purifying action on the blood. While ther
is a gravelly deposit in the urine,or milky
ropy urine from disordered kidneys, it. al
1"The Diamond Dyes always do inor
lhia they claiu to do. Cover over thi
)1d dress. It will look like new. Onl
A NICE distinction: "Didn't you kno
any better than to behave as you di
last night at the party ?" inquired 0a
enel Biceps of Colonel Ca.lkins. "Yc
made a regular fool of yoursolf."
did, did I ?" replied (Jalkins. "Moi
assuredly you (did. I was really ashian
ed of you." "I'hat's all right. You sa
I made a fool of myself. That puts i
whole responsibility of beang a fool c
my own shoulders. Now with y.ou it
difierent The man who would blanr
you for being a fool would blame a n<
gre because his hair curled."
For dlyspepsia, indigestion, depressic
of spirits and general dlebulity, in their va
rious forms; also as a preventive againi
fever and ague and other in ermitter
fevers, the "Ferro-Phosphorated Elixir <
(Calsaya,'' made by Caswell. Hazard & C'
New York, sold by all Druggists, is ti
best tonic; and for patients recoveriri
from fever or other sickness, it has i
THE lass of Kyle: While Robert Buri
was at Moffat, once, with Clarke, ti
composer, ihe poet called foi- a bump
of brandy. "Oh, not a bumper," sa
the musician: "I prefer twvo small gia
see." "Two glasses I" cried .Burn
"why, you are like the ]ass in Kyl
who said she would rather be8 kiss<
twice bareheaded than once with h
Malaria, chills, positIvely cured1
Emory's Stantdard Cure illls. Their e(li
unknown, suL'ar-coated; no griping, 20
- ALvATION's free: At a recent Salv
mon Army meeting at Poole, in Dorst
hire, it was announced that a "ti
meeting" would b)e held on the folio'
ing week. A printed circular gave ti
day and hour of the meeting, and coi
eluded: "Salvation is freu, but not tlb
Ladies and children's boots and sho<
cannot, run over if Lyon's Patent- Hie
Stileners are uisedl.
"Wavy do women so often wand<
aimlessly in the murky solitudes of tI
dead past brooding over dtays f'orevi
gone?" asks a correspondent, and v
give It up, unless It be that she1 hop,
hy ransacking the dead past to findl th
in the wvardrobo of the afo o:said det
past she may find something suitable
work un imto rag carpet.
.As a reliaible remnedy for inidigest.ion aind
certmain cure for dyspe,sia, (1 A5'rltiN iC~ Wit
out dloubt stands first. (JAw'riiN a is
liquid form. 81old by druggists.
"Tis a poor rule that does not wo:
both ways. I was at a dinner part;
when a glass of wine was spilled on 11
table. Jienry Meler put some salt<
it and no one said a word. Siubsequen
ly the salt-dish was capsized and
poured a glass of wine oin it, whereupc
I came near being thrown out of 11
Dr. Kline's Great, ferve itestorer 1s t1
marvel of t,he age for all nerve diseases. J
to 'afr' eo.n(1 to 931 Arch 13.ret
A mo ear in tihe ease: "What idi,
has o.uriod off my pen ?" exclaimed
Austin lawyer, angrily, diiriig the In
of a case in the Dist:fost Court. "001,
nel, you have got it behind your ear
remarked one of the lawyers. "Jul
where I thought it was."
The beat fittinig collard andi culT. yo
can get are the Ohbrolition, Nlo. ior sal
at all first-class stores.
DEsERviNo of pensions: As matte
are going in this country just now, i
t.hink seriously of obtaining pensioi
for the chairs of our oflee, as many
them have lost a leg in the service.
Don IDie in the Honso.
be 11g on lat. Clars ouit rats,mnce,roaec
Thousand' of families b4ve had oooasiol
to tr the isVer ' failing' qualitios of Dr
1- Bull Cougl&yrup, and they all unite it
,h the praiso of this wonderful prescription
g ALwAYS strain lemonade which is in
to tended for adiok person.
IS A SURE CURE
for all diseases of the Kidneys and
It ha spe l action on thi most important
organ, enabling it to throw off torpidity and
inaction, stinulating the healthy scoretion of
the Milo, and by keeping the bowolc in free
condition, ofibeting its regular dischargo.
M alaria. l*ria,ha o ,
are bilious, dyspoptio.orconstipated, Kidney.
Wort will sur rolleve and quickly curo.
In the 'Sp rig tooleanso tho System, every
one should teko a thorough course of it.
t- SOLD BY DRUGOISTS. Price SI.
Dr. S. Silabee's External Pile Remecy
e Gives Instant relief and is an i'iallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
t Sold byDruggistseverywbere. Price l.00perbo:
nI all sufrers, by I'.Neustaecdtr Co.' Bo
e sow York Cty. Solomanufa.ctu era of ".inakests.'
If you are
In the inquiry-Which is the
best Liniment for Man and
iiensti-this is the answer, at
tested by two generations: the
MEXIdAN MUSTANG LINI
LI-MENT. The reason is sim
ple. It penetrates every sore,
wound, or lameness, to the
W very bone, and drives out all
d inflanummatory and morbid
SI matter. It' "goes to the root"
lu of the trouble, and never fails
it to cure in double quick time.
0- Witnt thle g'e il restorative, llOstetter's Stoma)c
itit ter... wt li o, mst,h lio gahel'l~Iredin what it hIt
ai i tistie 'll o 4li.ySp ips tii, h iii ilure eitl rll t
It.lit4 tile ptil :r to ripla Ill.4 LIn a isai.i:t.io Ii'
wiiilih tlit ic.i,'in. ir i.J a*tjeI.
NothIng In the' world equal to itfor the
38 citre of I Surt.,, PIuples. 11.1k. Tetter, Old Sores,
Sure IRyes.earcuan nisasesi. C~saah. I.ois of
A p1.the. mem,ate Coinplaluta. and all Blood
diseaies. It n,eudr fails. All diruggsats and
country store keepers sell it. It. It. Selle
ya t'o.. Prup.'s, Piltts'-urgh, oni every boule.
*rolietves at once Bturns, Pjles ,Qhappedilantds or Lins
a rns,13 on.Scalds,Drrms,ot oeness of foet,bancs
glt or senu to l 9 l Stret. N. ,
*k vtntnar., Teanmtes fEi'raeitude ror mlent
fits Iteeetle e.
10 EA !r-P-lleaso al'owv n11 the privilege of givin
my testimoeny reglarding the wonuderful curative I ro)
ertes f yur nvaarilo e.lcin. untl's Pemed:
t- Dlurhig thei pastN six or Nteven yeaars 1 have lb-en a groi
j Imifet(r fromi khatnoy daso-iso, andti idur.ig a great piari
the litio my 11110..rings hlavo been. so mnteniso sas to 1
mdasecribabko. Onaly tlioso wh. have etf reid by thb
L0 dlread tiliscase know of the awful backache, and pain
01 all kinds, accompatnied by great neaknessea aut
nervous pirostrattlion, loss of force an-1. amiMt'ttoni whIc
10 Invariably attendl it. I had all those troubles al
11 tonailled, andu wats in aucha bad condl tion that I Coil!
It, not got up ont of my chair ecepclt by putttinyr ill
ha..ds on my kanoes, and ahntost rolling ot befowu
coiuld straihtn up. I trt d tho best doctors, an
mianiy kua of meiacico, but all failed to help me, an
l I eiiiperlimt.itedl co long endeavoring to get curedl I sI
last sarihig I wats in very pioor shape, anid in soeklta
for relief my attoulloon was directed by a friend to tli
aemciarkatilo cures of klalncy diseasos, eto., which wet
bettng accXollliisbod by liat's Itemedy. I wast h
t ducod to try it. andti begani to tike It, andt very soo
"lmnboed ui tp," as it woro; uty govere backnche ain
the intenso pains I had suffere d so long~ spedily dii
appea-lredl. notwiths-ta,innig Iithad boon bothered wit
i l la c<mupliaint so mi .ny yc ars.
0 % lieu 1 lh-va to take Iliut's liey t wasq con.lk
or' ly runma dliwin nmy general en th. and aiirere
uno i Iroum hs of lipetto). Ikver sdne I hav~e b.-en takIin
t ii' r in. dy. however. my itrOvenitent haas been mot
hi.ide. hearty sand setmd int ha-l,u I ai always k e
h0lunt',* temed ywith ame, anid wotd nmost east
18 reemmno'hd5Yit at Ithose who are Siaiferer from Kicno
oar L2Acvr dliscans, or dlseao. of the IlIaddter or rtir
of ar orgoa, to usto lint?s atom tdy. atl lake no othoi
"an thug lexicon of yot, eto. t'aor Ia no sumnh won
5as FAi,.' T1hat "'h.eo ts now foud in thme hsabar.
's tory of Munt's Itemedy. It kntows no sutch word as
A WAGON 0ontab.ing a eal a cage
was on the market yesterday morning
with a farmer's wife in charge, and a
butcher with an eye to veal stepped up
"Madam, is that calf for sale?"
" Yes, sir,"
"Is he aDurham?"
"He may be."
"Isn't an Ayrshire, is he?"
"Don't you know his breed ?" he
asked in a surprised voice.
'No, I don't,"
"Then how do you expect to sell
"All t know about that calf Is that
his father hooked a justice of the peace
to death and his mother chased a fe
male lecturer two. miles, and if that
ain't breed enough to adk $4 on you
needn't take him I"
The butcher said the breed was all
"Jieeame Soundl atnd' Voll."
IHatcher's Station, (ia., March 27, 1876.
it. V. PutacI, 31. U.: Dear Sir-My
witei who had been ill for over two years,
and had tried inny other medieines, be
1111 sound and well by using your "Fa
vorite Prescription." My niece was aIso
cured by its use, after several physicians
.had failed to do her any good.
Yours truly, TlOMAS .1. MAlTlIVIN.
SIGNS of spring: When the ulster
wishes it could look unobtrustive,
When the maiden tells her father that
board is cheap at Mount Desert. When
the young man takes Ins last year's
strafv hat out of the closet and anxiously
inspects it. When the lady in the ninth
story of an apartment building begins
to balance flower-pots on a two-inch
window-sill, When the patent medicine
that all the winter cured chilblains and
rha"umatism is advertised as a spring
tonic and alterative. When the brash
young shad tells his grandmother that
he doesn't bt hove there are no such
things as nets, nohow, and he's going
up the river it it broils him. When the
small boy tries to climb a tree that he
can't reach half way around, and in the
struggle gets his trousers-legs w rked
up above his knees and has all the bark
scraped off his shins.
Young men, and middle aged ones, suffer
ing from nervous debility and kindred
weaknesses; send three stamps for Part VII
of Dime Series Books. Address, woni.n's
DISI'ENSARY MEDICAL AssocIATION,
Iluflalo, N. Y.
Too gamey: At a restaurant. Diner
-"Here, waiter, I say, confound it,
this game is too much so I' Waiter,
blandly-"Beg pardon, sir, but you're
mistaken, sir. It's the other gentle
man's fish at the next table, Rir."
Sick and bilious headache, and all do
rangements of'stomach and bowels, cured
by Dr. Pierce's "'Pellets"--or anti-bilious
granules. 25 cents a vial. No cheap
boxes to allow waste of virtues. By drug
NEW style in hair: Parber-"How
will you have your hair cut, sir ?" Man
in chair-"in silence."
**"By asking too much we may lose
the little thtt we had before." Kidney
Wort asks nothing but a fair trial. This
given, it fears no loss ot faith in its virtules.
A lady writes from Oregon: "For thirty
years I have been afficeted with kidney
complaints. Two packages of Kidney
Wort have done me umore good than all the
medicine and doctors I have had before.
I believe It is a sure cuire."
AliFast, brilliant and faghionable are
the Diamond Dye colors. One package
colors 1 to 4 lb,s. of goods. 10 cents for
AN echo: January 8, 188--lave re
solved to quit resolving to keep a diary.
Mothers. Attention a
Obias. Tones, or Elizabeth. Spenacer county, lnd.,
says "I haivo d1e ilt in mnothelnie a munber or years,
and wvill ay that Dr, Rtoger', Vegetable worm Syrup
is the most valuable nmedline I ever sold. Miy ens
ton,era are well pleased ithi Its effects.
Tine Telimonay of a Phiyateian.
Jamies lDeecher, M. D)., of .'igouruney, Iowa. sys :
"For several years I have been uasinag a Cough IHalaam
called Dr. wmn ilalPs lailsamn for tihe Lung.. and( In
almost every case tharonghout mny practice I have had
entira succeass. I have used anmd parescribed hundreds
of bottles ever since the day of may army prao.
tico <lame, wheni I was surgeon of Iloeipital So. '1,
I .uisvfile. Ky,"
OmsAn, somewhat altered: "Veni,
vidi, but I did not vici."
"IRough on cora'"
Ask for WVella' "Rough on Corns." 15c. Quick,
complete, permanent, cure. Corns, warts, buulons.
A lPEcULIAR METHOD oF DYEING--By
accident 1 discovered that the acid of
1waste red currant skins in water turned
a piece of black muslin a bright orange.
-In that water a valuable dress that had
'been dyed a hideous purple, on being
,dipped several times, became a very
beautiful and rare brown.
Thousands upon thousands of bottles of
Uarboline, a deodorized extract of petro
eurm, have been sold, and from all over
hle land conhes orte univeisal ce y, "Carbo.
ine, as now iunprovedi and perfected, is
hIe best hir restorer ever used." Sold by
The anvil of the Greeks and Romans
was usually of bronze, and was shaped
like our own. It had a horn aud was
mounted on a wooden block.
Cni - resv FA III N NTAoAzwE in the
worl<), 120 large pages, 4 pages 'mew niusic,
1000 engravings each issue. 50 cent's per
year; single c:>pies 15 cents., BuA wnituous
& CL.oTiEiR, 8th & blarket, S., PhIia.
- .4 fie cleaner is a scratch brush of
-wire; a thin brass edge, whichi acts as a
ruike; or a card, such as is used in card
v ing cotton.
4t Cstarrh of the Blattder.
*f Stinging irrit at on, inflammation, all K idney and
0 UrInary uomplantsm, cured by "Jiuchu-paiba." $1.
S Glass may be annealed by placing it
in tepid water, boiling It for a consider
-able length of time,and then ellowing it
to cool gradually.
WILBOR'S COMPOUND OF
PURE COD LIVER
OIL AND LIME.
To ConsusnPtive.-hmany haave bseen
anp toIv thi earnos any Ifavor ofLth useo
ern as liroved iit to J vstiaevr an remdyf
ote 'IbroatadL,ne Manafacturod onl la A
A EAINTU WA 7TED ficr tflejia an utest
i f ilng Piotoriaj nooks and rub re
deDo r c0st. 14ATIoNA LI'Us. h Iada.. Pas
C. B. C. Ori.^I yu"#AR ,
Relleves and cures
Soreness, Cuts, Bruises,
And all other bodilyaches
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
S Soldbyall Druggistsaand
Detlers. Diretilon in 11
'the Charles A. Vogeler Co.
8ln t. 90XLERa 00.)
.FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF
No other diseso is so prevalent in this coun.
"' try as Constipation, and no remed has ever
equalled the calobrated K rino as a
E euro. Whatever tho causo, however obstinate
t1 the easo, thia remedy will overcome it.
PILES, plaint Isdvorygp to bo
5 oomplicated withoonstdpation. Kidnoy-Wort
strengthons the weakened parts and quiokly
l0oure all kinds of Piles even when phyalelans
and medicines have boforo failed. a
42- ru-If youhaveo either of thoso troubles
PRf *[3 o I. US E Druggists sell
fora l'Hil,ADEIl1'IlIA SI\lllR
of this style. Equal to any
Singer in the mark- t, Re
snemtwtbe', we semi it to be
pit- it. This Is the nname style
other com nios rotail for$ '.
All Machnes wnrranted for 3
years. Seud for Iltustraix ed Cir.
cularat dTestimnonials. Address
ClAitLES A. WOOD & CO.
1' N.Tenth 8tL hiladcl s,
THE SUN AA WE."
Noother Newaepa r p1inlished on this side of the
earth is bou,ght antii read by s Hinny won and womein
Why 1 ioau40 it is nilpok an, trn.th.teiilg ant
lwaysi interteting It is eavly1, nowslalwor. H ub.
sorlption: 1)A1l.Y lt";u s , by 111iii, Mec. a month,
or8U.0 ayear; 51rutv: luges), '1.20 per year;
I. \.INOn,AN). Ji'blhher, New York City.
BUMMER INSTITUTE. July ll-A11t. l5. 1883. l I)elart.
mouts; :3 '1t a heurs F-or . ir.-rlar- (f(r!e) addirem. B.
-V. I'UTN AIM, Agt., J.nuic ian (1oston) Mass.
WoA N T EadENss to sell
are FIltS 1'-CLAHS, (1l'A and s 11 readily. For
I articaallrs addrill, sat it. E. N t, itoom 14-,
Btnduard 31ock, Clevelnde. Ohblo.
AGENTS WANTED ri. m'tai, o,a!
tini lai' Ine ever invented. 1l1al knit a pair of
stot:igs wath iI &E Si and TOE conm plete in 20
minutes. it widl also knit a gr.at var.et y of fauoy.
work for which tiere is alway at readv market oend
fo Ocircular and1 tous I to the T womsblNy Knitting
aehno C.. 6, Tru11101tt Htr,-t. Bosto, lass.
P iUM Morphine llabitCured an 10
to 20 days. No pay till Cusred.
JJi. J. STEuENs, ilabanon, Ohio,
W A. wr P D
FOfti' TEiE1IIACK-WVOtD!IeMEN " OR
TALES OF TIsE BOatDEAL4.
The mostcaptivating narrative of early border life
ever written. A lloanas for Old Agents and splen
1to 1 >erdtnv
Douglau Blruther., 63 N. 7t-h treet, Phila., Pa.
UPT RE -,==Iu&AI5Vm m
at enie em 1haandare bu b, the an tres
0 rI bi. e, Fo'rt Wayo,~wt Ind.; oere th iloe
Rmle I sna a d p . e o w n a lln a n d in fa l
Keito eblu e indn a. ese c u sEil
Countr uE or AN 1 -,laeohinnciiioteis
(Suitd to ll acUens. Writ uet vn. a ull eai,,r
and rice to heAufais haylo i, Bankner,6La
die lIatn 11 allfsale
cass Nervious rs . lt
ofited lroo, stomach
Litearor mend, otr
NEVE R AlllLt 'ltau elatermvr
tilt rel a o diaes o
MICDIC L CO Solo rolrneorlnt. JSaph,io
HestIatheword.Net thei Ienauble.
veryn thackesatletl tI ltrade-SsCnark
ancld isl)rllgs ' e r'st. . . ItfLM DI
res erir the wrl l''. te genint.Pr
Ovr paHEET fie wrusi t ae,awbote
ith citind .ur b ml for 2. Aents)
aned. ECONonf Y p.rt INT, 0 " IN .i,Pewury
ir~lses I~~5Oj~-g Ia . A 5-TON
JONES A' SS 'IEKT
Soldonnlal. Warraf.se years. AiIlateow
JONES OF BINGHAMTON,
BINOIAUTOW. N. Y.
BEEORE --AND -AFTER
Electric Appliances ere sent on 30 Da s' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OI OLD
HIiO aro sufroring from Nuavous Da.
yLJos? VlTr.atyr, LACK OF Nsavs Fonoas AxiO
et a Ion,AUIYArn T a uaind al toe diseas
OTuxEa (Ausxs. Apecdy relief androompleto resto.
Bond t once for Illustrated Pamphlotfroo. Addres
VOL.TAIS ETfO,MRHIL IH
A7 ~ 9 d yth oraj
LU~ 3 ERIE ALL ELSE FAILt,
Thoe sanswerang an'aaeverusemnen: wuj
enea faver apo th adterier and the
yes dtenn i age "ual (flamning sae
HALTH IS WALT
Health of Boyfl tall oflld
THE QREIT BLOOD PURIFIER,
P're bldnteaw oond iesh strong bone and
"'" baseon4 *Wito.aie.s*s' a '"
lezoa fair, tsN i
A remedy composed of ingredients of extraor.
dinr medical properties essential to purify
bzrl rpIr and Invigorate the broken-down and
wu in its PLdAS AT, BA and PUJaxA.
>iIt at ntadcure.
No matter by what name the complaint a be
designated, whether it be scrofula, consumpton,
ypis,ulcers, sores, tumors, boila, eryeipeilsao
malt theuay diseases of the lungs, kidneys blad-"
der, womb, akin. liver, stonmach or bowels, either
ebronicor conatutioual, he virus lain the Blood
which supplies the waste and builds and repairs
these organs and wasted tissues of the system.
It the blood is unhealthy, the process of repair
must be unsound.
The Sarsaparlillian Resolvent
1o4 only is a compensating rented , but secures
the harmonious action of each of the orggans It
establishes throughout the entire system funotion
al harmony and supplies the blood yes.
sels with a pure and healthy current of
new life Tu SKIN, after a ew days' use
of the sareaparillilan, beoomes clear and
beautiful. Pimples, blotches, black spots and
skin eruptions are removed; sores and ulcers so,n
oured. Persona suffering from scrofula eruptive
diseases of the eyes, month ears, legs, throat and
glns hthave accumulated and spread, either
rm non diseases or mercury, or from th -
use of corrosive sublimate may rely upon a cure
if the Sarsaparillian is continued a sumolcent time
to make its impression on the system.
One bottle contains more of the active prinol
a of Medicines than any other Preparation.
Takenin teaspoonful doses, while others require
Ave or six times as much.
One Dollar a Bottle.
R. R. R.
Radwas Ready Relief1
The Cheapest and Bleet 1Redlcne for
IWOMILy Use in the World.
In from one to twenty minutes never falls to
relieve Pain with one thorough application :
no matter hoW violent or excruciating the pain,
the Rheumatic, Bed-ridden, Intirm, Crippled,
Ner'us ouragtoor prostrated with discaso
may sufer, RADWAY'S READY RELIEF wil
afford instant ease.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
INFLAMMATION OF TUE BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS,
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS,
BORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, OROUP, DIPHTIIERIA,
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST BITES,
EIRUISES, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,
NElRVOUSNESS, SLEEPLESSNESS, *
COUGHS, COLDS, SP1RAINS,
PAINS IN TH E CH EST, BACK~
*or LIMBS are instantly relieved.
IN ITS VARIOUS FOllM.,
FEVER AND) AGUE,
FEVER AND AGUlE cured for 50 eta. There is
Foyer an die an otaher Malarlous, B iliour
caet hli Yellow and other fevers (ider
yE A '8ILLB) so quickly as RADWAY'S
It will in a few moments, when taken Internally
according to the directions cure Cramps Spsms
Sr Stomach, Jeartburn, Sik HIeadlace yp
sli,alptatlontf the Iieat, Cold Chills Ilses.
Pan In the Bowels, Diarrha, Dysentery, Colic
Wind in the Bowels, and all Internal Pains.
Trveer should alay I IP r ha bottle of BA1
drops in wter wlprevent sicKness or pains fom
er B t?ers as a stimulant.
riner. ant dLunbermnenshldawy
Perfeot, Purgative, Soothing. A peri
ents, Act without Pain, Always8
teliable and Natural
A VEGETAB3LE SUBSTITUTE FOR '
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
m,purge, regulate, purify, cleanse and strong
RADWA T's PrriA2 for the cure of all disorders of
teStomach, Liver Bowels, Kidneys liladder,
emale Complaints, ervous Diseases, Loss of A
petite, Hache, Constipation, Costiveness, int I
ofai, liliousnes Fever 11 mai na
the Internal Viscera. Parely egetalle ontalin
in gmerenry, minerals, or dlterious drugs.
froDseasv tefollowing symptoms resulting
tion, Inward Piles, Fullness of aioo n L
IIead, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea Heartburn,
Di sis of Food, Fullness or We ght In the 8to
mac , Sour Eructations Sinking or Fluttering at
the Heart, Choking or luffering Sensations wen
Webs efore te i Feve and dul Pain in the
Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of
L151s ad Sudde aFisaes of Heat, Burning l
A few doses of RADWAY's Prr.s will free the
System from all the above-named disorders.
SOLD BY DRUGG-18TI
P'riee, US Cents Per Box.
READ "FALSE AND TRUE."
S ren eterErt8m . o AWY & CO., Ne. 33
Wlnormation worth thousanris will be sent
To the Poblie,
Besre a Mkr RADWAY'S, and see that the
~D1l~ BYli IHN MAIL A full deci I)fI of
A5t $2 H sY oIaN1ON . Port 1%
In the human body ER AgDICATED ui
PM' WORM SrilUP
A i n m ~ Cism oth
.1!FOR S.ALEI BlY ALL. DRtISU S'iS
tree tlIotIsa aflg o n, tO~ WAab I~eaIit
1ohrl', a i d o tron --ufal
ny mu orr iv . a, ro ase. s,t
. A. LOCU.M, 181 Pearit t.. Ws' Yar
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