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' , a" ,s Irfa e lanued OY46eii bk to#kriu
' f~* t subj t of crop iotations shdhld b4
carefully considered, as onne, f $e ea
aentiai eleaouts of auddoss' in ta highesl
and bent sense. Early writers on .agi
ou,lture1 even from the times of the
Greeks and 1toman,' have quito uni.
formly urged the advantages of a sue
cession of crops from the teachings of
experience., That these praotibal rules
of altenating crops of different habits
and modes of-growth are based on cor
rect, but not fully explained principles,
has been shown b dirtot experiment.
At iiothamsted, Tugland, Drs. Lawes
and Gilbert obtained nearly as much
wheat in eight crops, attended with
eight crops of beans, as m sixteen crops
of wheat grown consecutively without
manure in another field; and also nearly
as.much wheat as in eight crops alter
nated with bare fallow.
BOT-GRAFTING is sometimes resorted
to where extensive increase is an object,
or where stem.grafting or other means
of propagation are not available. In
such a case the scion is grafted directly
on to a portion of the root of some ap.
propriate stock, both graft and stock
being usually very small. The grafted
root is then potted so as to cover the
point of j'nction with the soil, and is
plunged in the bed of the propagating
house, where it is slightly stimulated
by- the gentle bottom heat, Dahlias
- and peonies may be grafted by inserting
young shoots into the neck of one of
the fleshy roots of each kind respac
tively, the best method oft doing so be
ing to cut a':'riangular section near the
upper end of the root,just large onougi
to admit the young shoot when slightly
pared away on two sides to givo it 11
HINTS ABOUT .BUTEn.-Butter made
in May and June can be kept sweet and
good until the ensuing fall and winter,
if one has a ccol place for storage; oth
erwise it is somewhat difficult. Roll
butter may be packed in tight casks or
tubs, and covered with strong brine.
This will exclude the air and keep the
butter sweet in a cool room or collar.
Orange county dairymen use the fol
lowing mixture in preparing butter
which is to be kept for some time: To
ten ounces of fine salt, add two ounces
of brown sugar. The different ingredi
ents are mixed together, and an ounce
of this mixture is well worked into every
pound of this butter. Willard, in his
"Butter ilook," says that butter so
treated if closely packed and stored in a
cool place, will keep sound for several
A comnrsroNI)ENTvettles upon orchard
grass as possessing greater merit than
any other for both pasture and mead
ow. When cut for hay, just before its
bloom, it uill make more milk and of
better quality than any other variety
known, but if left to ripen it is, like
other kinds of grass in the same stage,
worthless. It is always green and fresh
when other urasses are brown and dry,
and many weeds, such as the daisy, will
not grow in the same field with it. in
stead of being exhaustive it enriches
the soil. It shades the ground in sum
mer, nud, if allowed a low weeks rest
from crollping in the fall, will mulch it
in witer. It is aUle to smother down
qulawk Gr'am, ai a clop of orchard
graAss, onee obtaiined,wall last for several
years without, resceding.
LIon'r soils are not favorable to oats,
- and yet it is the light soils which are
the early ones. Oats require a moder
ately low temperaturo of at least twvo
months to perfect its root organiz~ation.
it ought to ho oneo of the earliest sown
crops in spaihs. -T'hose who have strong
sols, and( yet, toleraMl'y dry, have the
very best oft uat landa(, and thoso u ho
have not must, watch overy chance to
get in the seed early if they would have
the best results.
Tnxla rapidl, steady and gentle milker
of the cow is the one sure to obtaiu the
best reau'.ts in the dairy. Whero quick
nas5 of motion is aconaipanaied by cairo.
less roughness and irregularity the of
loot, is exactly the opposite. Slow milk
ers alwvays gradually (try up a oow, and
for the reason that if the milk be not
drawn about as fasat as it is given down
it will subsequently be withheld, and
that withheht is, as a matter of cour se,
whart is known as tho atrippings.
ITr may be said that a cow must make
-200 piounids of batter daring her nmilkinig
season to afford any adequate profit.
Th'lis may be conid~ered as a meagre
quantity when compared to tests of
somec cows whose yichds arc rep)orted at
600 to 800 pounds per year, but 200
poublnds rs, n:verItheless, considerably
above the averaige o1 all thme butter cows
in the country, 14.0 to 150 coming much
nearer th't, general average.
WiEN ii potato is e'xposed to the
light in a cellar the eyes nearly aill
start a good, hea.lthy, gr( en sprout, but
if ini a pile, or ini darkness, on the stron.
gest ey es grow lonmg, white, wortltess
s prouts. 11ence, seed potamtoes, shouhl
Lo sprced thinly in the hight.Tihe sprouts
should1( not be broken < if when cutting
the seed for planting.
B.FoREi fIllmg~ up vacant pilaces iii
the orchard with young trees, it is best
to think whether thme lull grown trees
now standing will not withigood manur
hng bring more fruit than a larger num
ber would. Most of our orchards were
planrted too closely, and the tree roots
mnterlace so as to rob each other of what
I ertil it-y each should have.
IF seeds are to be kept over a yeam
they should be placed in a cool place
and exposed to light and air. Keeping
them in the dark weakens vitality, per
haps Jrem the tendency to grow whichi
dtar kness excItes, but unaccompanied by
moisture enough to put forth leaf and
TE Irish harvest for 1882. is p80,.
000,000 less than that of 1881. The
failure of the potato crop is thre chiel
cause of the deficiency. A year ago
large quantities of Irish .potatoes were
shripped to this country. Now many
thousand people are sullering from laqhk
'*of nccessary food.
Tus manure from uanhoused stock ex.
posedl to cold and wet is less valuablk
t.han from animals carefully stabled,
with the same feed. Not only is muech
of the excrement wasted by rains, bul
is in itself pooror,the extra food required
to keep unsheltered stock warm bein~
Tir Scotch, always a thrifty raee,art
investing largely in American cattle
- ranches. During 1882 tean large ranchet
'for herding catt,le wei-e bought by
gre hhnfrom any use the mones
cJ thind are urtoincrease,
~ '~4 1';
Rkhl P ri, s.-What tltl 1-ear
thatso feW cooks and eved housekee
ore J.ow how to fry a ah ? Why wI
they peri,it hi frying them brown
hard and sometimes to a coal? A pe
son must have the dellcaoy of taste
the ostrich and Its digestive power
too. to eat such a fearful prepai atlo:
Fish, 'when large enough, inicludit
rockfieh, bass. peroh, taout, salmoe:
etc., should invariably be boiled, if on
desires the full flavor of the fish in i
most delicious form, when it is high)
nutritious and wholesome. But- thei
are certain fish too nloist to boil, su<
as the sbad, whitefish, Spanish iackere
etc. These should be brJiled carefull3
and they are in perfection. Certai
persons think that this can be don
oily over hiokory coals, or on a plan1
I formerly thought so, too, but I ha'
got over this fastidiousness, after tri
upon trial, fortified by the opinionsc
those who have dined with us mar
times. On two occasions we had liv
pound shad oooked, one by wood coa
on a plank, and the other over anthrr
cite coals, in a common range, and n
person present was able to tell the difle
ence. It is all lionsonae to go to ti
trouble to provide hickory coals an
plank for a shad or whitefish, when ti
anthracite coals and a common gridir<
will answer just as well. One thin
should be borne in mind, that no Di
should be cooked until it is ready to 1
eaten. Let fish stand fifteen minut
to half an hour after being cooked, at
it is literally not lit to eat, the 1.ihv
PAINT FOR ]I+noois.-An economic
paint for floors is made by soaking
ounces of good, clear joiner's gluo ov
night in cold water. It is dissolved an
then added (stirring constantly)
thickish milk of lime, heated t) t
pound of quickl:mo. Into the bojii
limo is poured (the stirring at 11 contit
ued) as much linseed oil as becomes un
ted with the lime, and when the oil n
bo:ling point and prepared from one loi
ger mixes there is no more pouredi in.
there happens to be too much oil addo
it must be combined by the addition t
some fresh lime paste. For the quant
ty above indicated about half a pour
of oil is required. After this whit
thicltish foundation paint has cooled,
color is added which is not afiectoc t
lime, and in case of neeti the paint
diluted by water. For yellowish-brow
or brownish-red shades about a fourt
part of the entiro bulk is added of
brown solution obtained by boilhn
shellac and borax with water. Th
mixture is specially adapted fior paintin
floors, where there is a rug in the contrt
1For a floor which is in constanit use, tl:
most durable paint is that composed <
linseed oil varnish, which penetrate
into the wood and makes it wiater-resisi
mng, itn properties being thus of a natt
to compensate for its hiuher cost.
CuiEE Fni'rraus,-- Take three ounec
or three tabluspoonfuls of hour, on
ounce of butter, one gill of tepid wate
(two parts of cold and one of boiling),
little pepper and salt, and one eg
three tablespoonfuls of grated cheest
For this the old pieces of cheese ma
be used. First place in t.h bowl th
flour, then the pepper and salt; mel
the butter and pcur it u)on the flu
Next add the waiter, drop in tiui yolk c
an egg, and thien d.-ir in the chaeesc
Ileat the white of thu egg to a stiff froth
and when light. mix with tho other in
gredi'.mts. .Put in by spoonfuLs int
hot lard or clarified fat, and cook fa
three minutes. When they rise tos
them over, so as to brown both sides
When done, tako out and p)laco first o
a sheet of white paper, then pile on
:MEs FOR DIi.Wrnmn]A. -A promh"
ent phy1siciani of' ~California has foun
the jtuce of limes a most valuable roam
dy for diptheria. his mode of apply'in
it as follows: As soon as 1i take chlarg~
of a case of diptheria, I order limes
1)0 administered as freely as possibbi
in any manner the p)atient can be pr<
vadled uipon to takte them, especiallyi
the lormn of hot Iemoniado, sweetene
with augar or honey, or cut in alici
wuh .powdered white sugar. Besidt
lime-juice (which .[ suppose acts Ii
imparting an excess of oxygen to 111
cireculatjin, and thereby prevents fo.
mation of vibirionies, etc., and so I
almost a speitie efet on the disease),
p)rescribe whtaitever drug may be imdiie
ted to rehevo symiptomis as they deveioj
and inpart strength by appropijial
stimulants and nourishment.
A NEw VAnlETY OF CAKE.-iiako in
large tin one cake which, when risc
and baked, shall bo not more titan tu
inches deep., Take from the tin cari
fully, and frost thickly over the Idc
with boiled fronting in which, direct]
atotr taking it. fronm thu stove, yonurha
stirred .English wahmnt ments. (Jht
the meats not so fine, however, ti
thiey may not be readily distinguishio<
Cut in pieces about two inches wn
andt four long. For the caike itntelf in
any good wvhiito cake receipt, Plava
with lemon or vailla,
.EvBNIxo A MUsIEMEiN' s..--To apparoin
ly burn water, 1111 a glass lamp wit
water, anid put into it I or a wvick a ple<
of' gum-camphor. The lamp shoul 11
be quite lull, andt the camphor may I
left to float upon the surface of thec w
ter. On touching a highted mnatch i
the camphor, it shloots up a cioar, stoand
flame, and seems to sink below the sun
face of the water, sao that-, the flame
surrounded by the liquid, It will but
for a long time. If the camphor I
ignited in a largo dish of water, it w:
commonly float about wvhile it burns,
CoFFEE'i FoR PLAN'Is - A haady of St
Francisco lately received somne p)lan
from Mexico, and wvith the plaits can
the advice to fertilize them with was
coffee grounds,.'his was done, and i
results - were Eo satisfactory that il
same treatment was tried on roses, ait
the result was a healthy and vigoroi
growth and more and better flowers ala
of richer colors,
COnD WVATERu CA1d1s. -One cupfu 'i
sugar, a pice or butter the size of r
egg, haif a toasp)oonf(ul of cream tarta
in a large cupful of siftedt flour, quarta
of a teaspoonful of soda inl a half a ci
ful of water and the wvhites of two ogg
beaten to a stiff froth and put in las
flavor to taste,
A POINT in history: The reconciliatit
of the Vanderbilts and Astors does n
seemi to have had as yet a marked intli
eonce on the soldIers who servediso faiti
fully under Mrs, Astor's banner whi
the war was waging, The followix
conversation occurred at Mrs. Lorill ard
the night after the Vam'orbiht Bal
Mrs. Winthrop-Samith-" My ancestor
you know,.really dlid corne over in - U
Mayflower." Mrs. Knickerbocker (a
juthiig her eye glasse)-'aeally I
| had no idea that tlie Mayflower carra
A ru)3i il a7rom tli tttbr i
rainbow 'might, be better lookin'
twa'n't seh-a cheap show. De bottoi
o, de weal- box make mighty po' musi
r- Big blazes o' Are cau't roas' your'tater
A De bee! seed aiu't bound to make i
watermilions, You can't take do. twi
out de gr.!-vine by cultervatin' it. Pei
cook can't hide his foots b,y upreadt
his tail. Green 'simmons ai't traid
nobody. Education don't come I
bumpiu' 'g'in do school 'ouse. Wh(
do niorkin'- bird try to mork eb'rythin
e he boun' ter lot out some outsio dat ain
waf much .-It's a mighty lazy nigg<
dat don't keep his axe sharp. A ho
' under do garden p.din's is a hard seer
c, An Indianapol s baby was bitten,
e In teaulug a pet Mailtese kitten,
11 Before a day ended,
yf S . Jacob's Oil mended,
And with it mothers are sum ttcn.
A hunter who lives at Bear Ran,
is Hurt his arm by the kick of a gun,
The hunt it did spoil,
10 But St. JIcob's Oil
r- Oured hin before swelling begun.
d HINTs about Coquettos.-Give tl
1e Devil his due and the Coquette hi
a dude-Coquettes are like cats; the
g love petting. This accounts for sparl
h in the dark'-Always make a friend of
)e Coquette before you fall in love wit
aK her. Then you can corner her wh<
id she says, "But let me be yonr friend
or -A Coquetto can play her cards just
well when you aro holding her ban
al Indeed, this is her first trick-After ai
, there is one nice thing about a Uoquett
3r Bhe and lightning never strike twice
d tho same place. There is no need of
;o --All flesh is grass, but a Ooquet
e doesn't object to being called a daisy.
1- **"Little thanks art due to hi:n mb
i only gives assay wh3t is of no use to Iun
o self." 'rhe thanks of invalids the worl
i- over are being showered on the inve nt(
[f of Kidney- Wort, for it is giving health t
I, all. Kiduny-Wort moves the bowels rec
,f ula~ly, cleanses the blood, and radicall
i- cures kidney disease, grayel, piles,biliot
d headache and pains which are caused b
disordered liver and kidneys. Thousand
! have been cured-why should you not tr
s LkY" FaLdcd articles of all ktuds restore
n to their original beauty by 1).amond Dyci
h .l'erfet and simple. 10 cents, at all drug
ti proper caper -for the bower no
wheii ho mcots a lady is to lift his ht
from his head, turn it forwar.i until tli
e plano of the rim is vertical, and whil
in this position bring it down so thr
the front just escapes the wearer's nos(
thon look into it while you count threl
e quickly elevate it in the same positior
place it on the head1, smile serenely, ani
when one rod behind the point of pat
a sage to look baok and observe th
0 eflects of the operation. The elboi
r should be kept close to the side durin
n the above salutation. Half an hour'
practiceo will make an apt learner quit
- proficient in the now code.
--On1c voice all over the land goes up
from imothers, that says, "My daughters
aire so feeble andl sad1, with no strength,
till out of breath and life at the least exer
-tion. What can we (10 for them?" The
'answer Is sile1 andl full of hope. Oa0 to
-four week's use of IIop 1Hitlers will make
3 them healthy, rosy, sprightly and cheer
.CL AnuNon WVitIsTLRIn, the Kansa1
.2 City wrestler, stated to a correspondoni
a thatt Muldoon would not wvrestle ho
be,cazuse ho was afraid ho wvould giv.
hin thes "dlouble cross," and then Is
expaiswhat that is as follows: "Why
makea mtchwith MaLtldoon andi I'm
bolitter* man than he is, but I agree t
Slet him throw me if lie gives me so miuel
m lonley. He does so, and then goes on
'and makes a lot of bets on himself.
- gve a man money aiid let him go ou
and <(ie(tly cover all of his bots. Thei
SI throw Muldeotn anyhow. That's
Y "ti'"s'r F"AiltI'N AIAoAZINE in ti
Li workd, 1 20 large paiges, 4I pages new music
-1000 engravings each issue. 50 cents pei
.s year; sinigle coples 15 cents. S-rBA wBImO
I & ULtou, 8th & Mlarket Bts., Phila.
), (UvoIr: Army candidate-"Andi
e only mnuffed one thing in the geographi
paper, Couldn't for the life of is
a hink where the Straits of Macassil
nwere." Fond father-' Oh, I say, yo
oought to have known that. Fancy
Sthte Straits of Macassar I" Army cand
*date-"Well, 1. didn't, anyhow. By t1i
wtay, where aire they, dad ?" Fond fatl
yer-."1 Olv hcro are they ? Oh-er
'they're--woll, they 're--but don't yo
Itik d better go in to lunch ?"
it seems'o, -t rallgo that sy one5 wilt aifor froms ii
tiiany .rltragtt4 broua't* t- on~ byi an tmptro col
)r chtion, of ht io l1 wthen Seovili'., 8arsaparillai at
$tiItiida or nloosd untta iv~er i13inpi. will restoro pt
feet htitI to theu p'hsalcalt organlizAai'. It i the he
* tlooit I nritter oveor aiUsovr.-,t, offctuatly cmht
i i rdfautl. ityiuhtiliic .tIsaar,ts'r-, weaksit s of the i
Itneys. Ey4 pla1s4. Malai:rl ., nit ntorvon-s disordl -r-i tn
' ina t,impuro c-onditiont of lbthe to10i, t.tver, idney,5
IC -ltmn-h. etc. tt Corrcts ini tionos... A sin..dot).ttti
-. wtlt prtoves to yont it i martsi- asi as dtih reinnswer, fori
o ne:ulie a ih n-m., ospeitly wheni theo comsplit Ij
an exhcat- stiv atisihving a tenadoney to tosuoit ii
y tualvigor of thio btraht atnd neorvos siystem.
s CAnavtKa the war into Africa: Visi
in lng BrIton--"Ya-.as, Miss Wosall'nd
o but your Politicians-aw-are a lot<
11 bslawvated cads. y' knsaw. You are-a
wvuled by a set of wiotouis wasoals whioi
nyou wouln 11't dwieaim of-a w- invitiun
to your lions.." Ro~salind-.-."True; bi
* The Piraiznr Ai (ioinea
n ' the best in tho iiart'ot. It is the mes
Ls ecotnmical and clicap -et, ons box hasting a
d1 long as two of anty oter. Onme greasing wil
last two sec ao . It reeivedl tiret premiumta a
the Contenon-ai and Pais Exp nuitions, als
me.'als at various Stato fairs. Buy no other
r WOODE N head against wooden henm
rn "What a bore Jonkina is 1'' elaime
.* Uonnery; "just smot him, and he talke
a~ about, that confounded horse (of hisa fo
hils.lf an hour, and I couldn't get a wor
in edgeways about my new dog."
You wouldl usia St. Patr:ok's Salve if yc
kno the good 'twould do you.
1- OLD>SNAurLIE at the exhibition: Uli
i- tinguisheut amateur (shlowing his latet
le picturo)-"I-a rub> out a great dea
Sg Most of my effets are got by that.
's Old Snarle--'Ah,. capital process I Onl
1: you dton't carry it quite far enough I"
"Ittiugh on Cernse."
AkfrWells' "Sough on Cerns." 150. QuIe
* o plet, eranenlt euro. Cornss, warts, busien
- Joii.iN. Mo.-Dr. J, nI. Atorgan says:. "I gi
that Bron's I on IBiters gives entire satisfacta
n1t 1 of the nind we look for nu
oom ii but that of light and rea
yt disordered blood, gener al 4ebility,
at ani diseases pronouppced,llourible,
t. Oro e04 ,431cTd by Brown's on B ttere.b"
To ,nc Uge a'conolousnoas of good.
y ness is tho way to lose it.
ie A '1ed$ One Meinber of the Profession
Tetfilo e lrding the Solentifl Prepa.
r rat!fn i f a Srothor Member.
Lo Mn. DAWAI; has boon in the dru business In the
)tcity of Proidneoo twanty-fvo ye ,re as clerk and pro.
prlotor Ia good- standing, and knnvs wheroof he
Dr. D, s-lfs; "For many yers I have suffered, in.
tously at tines, with what is generally called rheuma.
t1am. Wh n et attacked I was confined to my bed
and oo dld not walk a stop. I could not bear the weight
of the bedclothes so xorutiating wai the agony I on.
durod I" always notlod that b fore these attacke
came on tuy kidneys wore affected; bofo e there would
be any pal inn my limbs or any swellings of joints or
limbs. th dolor of the scoretions from the kiduoys
would be very dark and the odor strong and feverish.
The last attack was very severe, about five years ago,
and I was eoianned to the house several weeks, and
was unable to attend to business In three months.
Du-r:ngthe time I was confined a' home and the timo
of my convaloscono I omplo oed four of the best doc
tora that I oauld obtain, but none of tlorn gave me
o pernannt roliot, for they did not go to work at the
cause of tho. trouble. Having b:ou acquatutet with
the proprietor of ifunt's Rtemedy a tong thno I was I r
7y ducedby hini to giveit a trial, hoping that it might
C reach the seat of the disease; and after taking one bot.
tLe I found gtysolf vor - mnatch improved, and after
taking the second I was foolin: better th tn I ha1 aftsr
I any previous attacks. During tn,ny ntouhts previous
iD to taking the Ilomnody my hands and flngers would be
very nmuchswollen and stilover, m->rning; my left
side, in the region of stnnah and- ap con, -was very
ia nc and sonsitivo; at timnos I would be taken wl h so
. vrrera:ups gver tela sp'con, and bo obliged t. apply
imustard orcavenne for temuporary relief; I was very
0 nor roua nlgot^ and could not sloop; I was obliged to
' be very particular in my diet and ins physical sa'stein
1 was sadly demtoral.ed Since I have taken Iunt's
1t- Ilomoely systonatieally all these thlugs have changcd;
t I have no swollen handor ihnbs, no itns or cramps
in the sido, can eat all kinds of food. sloop soundly and
got th roughly rested, and in,' kidneys are activo and
perform their functions prontptly, thus taking out of
.0 the syste ns all the poisonous soarotions which con
taulitato the whole system whore the klibnys do not
t* act oflolently. My fr.onds. what Hunt's Home t y has
d done for me it will d) for all of you. I bo'iovo it to be
the only "urd' cure for al o dleoorof iho Kidneys,
I.vsr and Uriuary organcs. ltaspoetfull y,
0 E. 11. UAwi.LsY. 454 Broad St.
Ir"A SURE CURE
V for all diseases of the Kidneys and
d It has specific action on this moat important
organ, enabling it to throw off torpidity and
inaction, stimulr.ting the healthy secretion of
the Bile, and by kceping the bowels in free
condition, offbeting its regular discharge.
M alaria. Ifyou,aroufbringfrom
"nalasina, have the chills,
V are bilious, dyspoptic, or constipated, Kiduoy
Wort will surely relievo and quickly euro.
In tho Spring to clease the System, every
o one sould tako a thorough courso of it.
o SOLD DY DRUGCISTS; PriceSI.
I Sm -
LIST OF DISEASES
ALWAYS CURABLE DBY USING
OF HUMAN FLESH. OF~ ANIALS.
Bluns and Scalds, Sores and Galls,
Stings and Bites, S'pavina, Cracks,
Cuts and Braiso, Screw WVorm, Grube,
Sprains d& Sitcehes, Foot Bot, IIoof All,
Constracted tIlasolos Lamrene,
Ctiff',Joints, Swinsny, Founders,
a Daeknche, Spsrains, Strains,
E ruptions, Sore Feet,
1 Frost Bites, Stifihess,
3 and all external diseases. andcovery hur tor accident
3 ?or general use in family, stableand stock yard itla
TIHE BEST OF ALL
nohn i o th e wld equa. to . Sit r the.
cueo3co ta ipe,Dol,Tte,Old Sores,
Sore Eyt,ecurlal Diseases, Catarrh, Less of
-Appetie, Female Complit, andt al1 Blood
disease. It never fails. All druggists and
couniry store keepers soil it. nI. R. Sellers
I a 'o., P rop's, Pilttsburgh, on avery boutle.
Threh s e been nn instanco in whichs t h's
sterling invigora ttlnd antai-febrieo meilcine ha<s
- failed to ward oITtice comipiaint. when t aken duiy
as a proteiction -itgainst malaria. hisundredsa of
hlalta llave abnd,onted all the ofillnal spetelf
W lca, antd now prOsorbe this harmlo.<s veg tal,me
tonIc for chIlls tin-i fer us woji as dlyspe sia
anti anervous affectioans. iosteutt' Ittiers is tile,
S pcfeo need
L5 Frs yall i)rorgista ad Dealera generally.
d. n. nds, nal aE t. Ioads Mo
Aurerellet f UM
aon.Trsown, M a.
S66 ,we*ekg ALL5Rgrn? nu
STS WA T ,D ior the leet and B'astest
e ued angr ci4 kmN o 4Dible,0 h e
ro et. )Ama'n0O
0- ToLKe Ana an KR,9aar ..Termen
witO.'aton s r a d ad on rte r ioer,
id Juee.na , le et by sas
-, theat they -advertO S i sentent mi
Shim Soesa ~amim.a panerl.
; Y Jr, 4 T'
'was sotanid I allee ainin ~
br oinh l t . o from
.e pO lplt4Itonf and an intOi?'ia , btrn
~ *and eeo e4.ouent
or j alsoa
suffe~red w wn aeross my
bowes.imd ni m back, and was fauch re
dud ' flesii. .iaVe, used r "Golden
fedwa al Dscovery" an d " avo'rite Pr
sription," and fol that anm well.
g lAiton,..adVery respectfully
- DELoiLA B. foMILLAN, Arligton Ga.
,"Mornan," said a lad, seriously, "P'm
' ell, eorge, what is the matter ?"
"You said it was wrong. to deceive,
didn't you au
''Yes; George, very wrong,"
"And wrong to swindhe ?"
"Well, then, I'l have to tell you that
some unknown person has taken the
sweet-goodies out of the preserve- r
and filled it up with sour pickles."
And the unknown person ,an. out to
For weak lungs, spitting of blood, shdrt
ness of breath, e,nsuiuption, night sweats
and all lingering coughs, Dr. Pierce's
"Golden Medical Discovery" is a sovereign
remedy. Superior to cod liver oil. By
Mns. GIDLETON, who knows that her
husband never shakes dice for drinks,
And who knows that he is strictly sober
was awakened the other night by Mr.
Giddleton who, in his sleep exclaimed:
"Three trays to beat. Horse on me."
"What do you mean ?" asked the
wife, shaking him.
"What does who mean?"
"Why, you cried out, 'horso on me."
"That's all rigtht. I merely had a
.ncers and Oiler Tumors
are treated with unusual success byWori's
Mispensary Aledical Association, Iluflalo
N. Y. Send stamp for pimphlot.
DEMORALIZING effect of five-o'clock
teas: Charles Bonimot (who sets up for
a wis)- "Never see you without a cup of
tea; what a living praise to the article
you are-a regular 'tea-doum;' or, as
you're a woman, you must be 'tea-dea.'" I
Miss Florence Bullseye (who thinks him
something of a pedant)-"Yes, and be
ing a man it must be that you are a 'tea- a
**"Every truth has two sides; look at
both before committing yourself to eli.her."
Kidney-Wort challengea4the closest scruti
ny of its ingredients and its grat,d results.
It has nothing to fear from truth. ) 'ctors c
may disagree as to the best methods and
remedies, for the cure of constipation and
disordered liver and kidneys. But those
that have used Kidney-Wort, agree that it r
is by far the best nedicine known. Its
aeti-n Is prompt, thorough and lasting.
AW With Diamond Dyes any lady can
get as good results as the best practical
dyer. Every dye warranted true to name -
To PUT AWAY STEEL.-Articles for the
summer. or to leave knives, steel fenders
of grates, &c,, without rusting, grease
the steel well with lard and tie up in
LONE JACK, Mo., Sept., 14, 1879
I have been using Hlop Bitters, and have
received great benefit, fromt them for liver
complaints and analarial fever. Tihey are
superior to ail other mneticines.
P. M. ARINIS.
'To CLEAN MATTING.-Put a pint of
salt in a pail of warm water. Mop the
matting well, one breadth at a time, and
wipe with a cloth afterwvards.
*Lydia E. Pinkham, wvhose benevoi mit
face is shadowed in abinost evcry paper p(
we pic0k up, appears to have discovered hi
what Addison calls "The grand elixir, r
to support the sp)irits of humnan natur-e.'' W
It is q'ute evident that she has the patent a'
and lias securedl the contract for makinga
over an(i inproving the invahid corps of at
A merican W omanhood.-Globo. a'
At Thebes an ancient Egyptian papy- "
sus roll containing a treatise on medicine p~
has been found,
Great impr-vements have recently been i
madie im Carholine, a deodorized extract ofA
petroleum, the crcat natural hair icwewer,
and now ,t is absolutely perfect as an cx- or
qumsite and delightfully perfumedl hair ar
drecsng andi restorer. Everybody is de- T<
lighted with it. Sold by all druggists.
A ne~w scientific instrument is the ii
"piuviometer," which registers the -
quantity of rain falling within a certain
period, and the duration and the hour ,
of the fall.
For dyspepsia, imnngestion, aiepreson
of spirits and general debility, in their ra
rione forms; also as a preventive against -
fever and ague and other intermittent
fevers, the "Ferro-.Phosphiorat-ed Elixir of
Cahsaya,'' made by Cawell, Hazard & Co,
New York, sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; and for patients recovering
from fever or ot,her sickness. it has no
NEvEn let your zeal outrun your char
Trir hygiene ofiinacker-y has done nmore to A
aggr-a vnte dl).pila by selfr-in, Itea sta rva
tion than glttony ever- dl. GAtSTIIINEr
enrei-s the w orst form,s or lyspepsia.
WnoEVEn has a contented mind has
Doni't D)1e in the House.
"iRough on lIats." Clears out rats,mice,roaches, ~
bedbu~igs, flies,ant,moles,chipmunk,gop,hers. 15e.
UNGniATFFULMEsa is the 'very'poisOn
FAInFICt.e, IowA. --Ur. ,J. L. Myers as:
"Brown's Iron hittera is the best iron preparation
: haive ever known In mny Lihty years of practice.'g
No thoroughly occupied man was
ever yet miserable. -
Emory's Little Cathartie Pill-best a
made for Liver Comphaint and Biliousness.
Tasteless, harmless, infallible. 15e'.
hF you w ould create someting, 3 ou ...
nust be something.
Dr. Kline's Great. Nerve flestorer is the
mat volof t.he ago for all nerve disrases. All ca
isstpped tree. Mend to 9st Arch St,reet'
JUDoE all men from the prehumption -
c.f their innocence.
Ladies and chil'ren 's boots and shoes
cannot run over if Lyon's Patent, Heel
S3tiffeners are used
KNAYInY Is supplQ,'and can bend, but
honesty.is firm anid upright and yields:
noL. * -
DR. RAD WAY'
trlea41r eekf? youak would have syour n s arm
Your bones sound without caries, and your eene
IUion fair, use
A rmedy omposed of ingredients of ektraor.
pai and Invigorate the boken-downan
Wasedoyy--QIC PLIANT ,8Anmand PaRKA
No matter b what name the complaint my bef
d Is, nice asores, tuors, boll pryslpea, or
dhonoosk, tive, stomc or bowel eihe
Which supplies the waste and builds and rear fteboi nea h rcfs fra
must be unsound.
The Sarsaparllan Resolvent'
the haonio uson of eacof te og bns.
establishes thrughout the entire system fn,ion
a1 harony aond wisupcies, shabd ves- Ol
sels withn pndr anlhealt crnt of
new life. T ys , after a e Ias' usen
beautifuL iple botie es ak tot and
reruptin n are removed as A and ulcers A
omattersonat frngm seoflaeutiv
diseases of the eyes, mntuh ears, legs, t lroat and
derM unoure dis aser toma eror, or fron the
use of corrosive sublimate may rely upon a cure
ar onal, the Savlcontnued a suient time
to ick suits teo waite a bustadem:r. T
One bottle Contains more of the active prino
lte ooMd ics tnhanty othercs ofrepairn
Take aIn teaspoon ful doses, wotheoothers require
Ave or six times as much.
One Dolnd. a ottle.
R. R. R.Reovn
Radway's Ready Relief.
In from one to twenty minutes never fals to
retlies antbuh oo thontrug systmliuction- "'_.
o attermon vio en or er r iatin loto n
the Rheumatio, Bed-ridden, Inrm, Crin d,
Ner lifNeurg or afer twted with dises
maf the rsaiun becoWAes cleDr andE w
aford instant eare.
INFLAMMATION OF TUE KIDNEYS,
INFLAMMA'ION OF THE BLADDER,
INFLAMM ATION OF TH E BOWEL8,
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS,
SORE THROAT, DIFFICUI/T BREATHING,
PALPITATION OF TUHE RA RT,
HYSTERIC8, CROUP, DIPHTH ERIA,
COLD CHILLS, AGUE 0C1ILL8,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST BITES,
BRUISES, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,
On ottl contarinsanteolyh atieve.ini
o a re di ha n nother Pepar at lior.
. twl naspfe oes, whe ters qinteay
ficcorsiH tie ns much.sas
aaPit OBoeih a Doldx a hiltti s
W nd n lth Bowean lIn n W n.
Inrom ne ter went micness nevr fals ro
relieer Pan wathoulnbete tharough lainy
therfeO,ugativ , -rddn,Inim .Aried
Nevou, NAgcot rtae withOu an dAease
A VEOTNBESUSTIOFTUE LFORS
HYSERCSy tastU, DIPgaTychE IthA, e
9"fEo, reguATI, Ian EnZArng
HRADwAHE, TIi O THCE,Or fadsr o
COmL CILLaS, Qrou HeUA,IaSM,
BRIES,LA, Hdh ITCosAto,otvns,n.
COGS COLDS SoRANS e, nam
theIntrnl V raPS IN TH aCESgTm BACKo
o IMS ae enstatl relived
FEaER. AND AngU ceor 50 ngea. Ther is
in a remeda g psuemn s n Dohts lr
Wes oe 8Fver and Aglle,aandinther Wlros iiu
Scet Tyehiny srto Yellownadote eves de
RR,) d udL a hos o HeatacBde
IAwlli few oenRAwen P.take interneellh
systaemfrto aol the arolenmd Chilsrdyers,
W ndInteos, andal IenteErnln 'I
WY8READY "RALIEF With TE."fe
drp8nwtrWllpeetscns orNAW pai0., fom
Minron uorethosand wasen
Pere To gtive, Pooti. *r
out At wtou aD A, Alwsea h
SOpeatin.e s e
A VEGTAI3L .UBLITE OB
Perfecl t.,atles eleganl caed'e hwe
Dtpe,ueguate,A Ourf.' lansean s0trong
RAwa' -Il o h ueofatdsres
teIntena Viscr. Po rely. veeabe nain .
* olatio9, L b go,
SQreness, Cits, Bruises,
And all oer iodliyaohes
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold byall Druggtat an
Dealers. Directiona In ii
The Charles A. Vogeler Co
(esocwsor to A. VOLEXR 5 00.)
laltImore. Ed.. U. S. A
LYDIA' E.. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cure
!or nl those Painful Complaints and Weaknesse
so common to our beet female population.
I Medicine for Woman. Invented by a Woman.
Prepared by a Woman.'
he Oreatest Modieal Di,eovery Since the Dawn of History.
Wit revives the drooping spirits, invigorates and
armonizosthe organio functions, gives elasticity and
rmnoss to the stop, restores the natural lustro to the
yo, and plants on the palo cheek of woman the fresh
oses of life's spring and early summer time.
R"Physicians Use it and Prescribe It Freely -*
It removes faintness, flatulonoy, destroys all craving
or stimulant, and roliovos weakness of the stomach.
That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
nd backache, is always permanently cured by its use.
or the eure ef Kidney Complaints of either sex
this Compound is unsurpassed.
LYDIA F.. PINKIIA\I'A BLOOD PURIFIER
,II eradicateo every estiie of humors from the
od, and give tone and ntrengtl to the system, of
ian womau or cbild. Insist on having it.
Both the Compound and llond Purifier are prepared
t233 and 233 Western Avenue, Lynn, 3lass. Price of
Ither, 81. Six bottles for $5. Sent by mail in the form
f plls, or of lozenges, on receipt of price, $1 per box
>r either. Mrs. Pinkham freely answers all letters of
tquiry. Enclos Set. stamp. Bond for pamphlet.
o faminly should ho without LYDIA E. PIICITAM'S
VFtt I pi . They cure constipation, biliousness,
ad torpidity oftho liver. 21 cents por box.
g*rSold by nil Drugglsts.-p (1)
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF i
N Io other disease is'eo prevalent in this coun
try as Constipation, and no romedy ha,, evera
Sequalled the celebrated Kidney-Wort s a
e ure. Whatover the cause, howovoer obstinate ii
tho naan, this reined 11l overoome it. a.
complcate witoons i on. Jdnoy.Worte
strengthens tho woakonoc parts and quickly
an me loshav boforo faied.
49- gE'r fyouhavooeither of theseotroubles uC
PRiOR *1. USE Drug,ist, 8oil a
The Bad and Worthless
e never imtaed or c?ounterfeftedZ. This is
pecially true of a family medicine, and it is
sitivo proof that the remedy fmftated is of thc
ghost Value. As soon as it had been tested
d proved by the whole world that 1101 Bitters
is the purest, best and most valuable family
edicine on earth, many Imitations sprung up
d began to steal the notices in which the prese
d the peoplbe of 4hie country had expresced th,
arits of HI. Bi., and in every Wvay trying to in-.
ce suffering Invalids to use their stuif tInstead,
pecting to make money on thle credit and good
.ne of HI. B. Many others started nostrums
t up in Blilar style to HI. B., with variously
vised names In which the word " Hop," or
flops" were used In a Way to induico people
belleYe they were the same as Hop Bitters.
I such pretended remedies or cures, no matter
tlat their style or name is, andi especially those
Ith the word "fHop" or " Hops" in their name
in any way connected with them or their name,
e imitations or counterfeita. Beware of them.
mch none of thiem. Use nothing but genuine
ip Bitters, with a hunch or cltuter of green
op on the wilie inahol. Trust nothling else,
ruggista andi deaurrs are warned agamast dealing
imItations or counterbott.
URE c"',m .,A7mtM .as.sae ,,s
matmse 07 at Pa.,altas.A aa w
Ia ,"P*.1 i." bhP
Fortse Wayne. Ind,, osumercial hotel"H ETISOEPi.
nie to all seols. Writs fr FREE lu.Panuhlet
65 o" N'?.** oin* nsj
'0ss, 1'. W. ZIEO1LERt 00L., Philadelphia,Pa,s
GENTS WANTED?o '".
h.vstoiain, er How to Acquire and 1 Preserve
eaith." Retails, 59.25. Big Comnmiss ons to
gents. A M EiticA PULIISillNG Cu., 1? North
anth Street, Phikidelphia, Pa.
riHE SUN HERE IS ITS
Auth wonr' onews CyeoiPvrything that noet
t an.t fearaeets conmment; a blte iz'diondonee of
n ita oa,izat1ions Si a-erl,n oyaij~ trt
~Iat nela monh, or 60.150 a year; aUNDAY
,ag) 61.20 per year; iYWKEx r (8 pages), 01.00
I. Wv. E'NOLAND, Publisher, New York City,
IGGS GANG PLOWSa2,ero
hiress DAN &A. MOUN T. Prospect Plain s,.."
UUNG~ IEN l i' (A' AlhOp['Ei'ltN au be
aranteed empl'oymeont, addres 1'. W. lIE Md Ada,0.
H ARCOAL ehe1or micar frth
ts. t eruinon. Cnm.
IPlOUM Morphinee Habit,i1
DR. MifAIl'1, Qiuiney, hith.
5to $20 Edlgng -,g
n the human body ERADICA TED i -
WINOR SEAimU sir F 2 .0