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Norms IN mhs?ntrUrr YArU.-It is get
ting to be a prime matter jn planting
apple trees to secure varieties that ar
hardy. The old seeding orchards wer
as secure as elms, but not so our flne
sorts. Evolution in quality does not se
cure a survival of the toughest wood
The tendency is rather the other way
Of the hardier sorts of late introductio:
the Spy ranks high. The Roxbury RuE
sett does not easily kill, while the Kirk
land is as tough as the toughest of th
old-time seedlings. These are the thre
best late winter keepers and most hard;
Those who plant pears should solec
those which do not need to be hurriec
to market. Of these the three mos
profitable and best are Sheldon, D'Anjoi
and Clairgeau. The two first ar
also shapely trees, and all theto ar
A few peach trees from seed should b
on every farm. They will give a grea
deal of satisfaction when they do bear
and take little room when they do not
Seedlings from Early Crawford are like
ly to give hardy as well as good vario
ties. The Wager also may be re
lied on, as well as Amsden and Alexan
No fruit is more profitable, with pre
per care, than the quince. The trea
must be sheltered from cold winds an
protected from the frost. This last ca
be done by a liberal mulch of coal ashes
The quince is easily propagated b
planting cuttings six inches to a for
long, set in good garden soil. Tho tree
must be well cultivated to be of speci
value. It is impossible to get a gooi
crop of quinces from trees grown ii
green award. The best variety is stil
the old Orange.
There are two rules in planting fruri
trees, or for that matter any trees, tha
cannot be too carefully applied: 1. Al
ways cut back the limbs sharply. I
the tree is large, cut away nearly all th
top. So in planting evergreen hedges
down with tbem;shear away half or two
thirds. 2. Mulch heavily,mulch overy
thing; mulch always.
HAY.-The best quality of hay is ob
tained by cutting the grass while i
bloom. For this, mowing machine
are indispensable. The scythe may do
for the fence corners, but not for goner
al use. In choosing a mower, look tI
lightness of draft, strength, and siwpli
city of construction. As between equall;
good machines, it is best to buy th
one mado nearest homo,for conveniene
in making repairs. It is safer to hav
the cutting bar ahead, and to one aid
of the driver. The tedder is a valuabl
adjunct of the hay field, greatly facilita
ting the drying of the grass. The bes
hay is mado by curing in the cool
Sweating improves the quality of hay
and prevents its heating in the mow
Cut grass that has had the situ for on
day may be put up in large cocks
whero it will keep well for a week
necessary, if protected from rain an(
dew by cops. These cops are easil
made from common sheeting, and fr(
quently pay for themselves the firs
season. Tl'ho horse-fork is a groat labe
saving implement, and should be mo
generally used. Haying is soon ove:
and everything should bo employed tha
aids in the hurry of this work.
Fon more than thirty years we has
had to do more or less with the rearini
of calves. Our experienco has raugi
causes. Cha'igo of food, tunsuitab
food, cold, wet, b)ad Jiiter, etc., will ii
duco scoiur. We have tried many sort
of medicine. Fca soveral years u
preved that from thirty to sixty dirop
(according to ago of call) of chlorodynt
in a little water, given early, at onc
stops the ecmplaint; a second( dIose wa
very rarely necessary. Latterly, w
have weaned the calves grad(ually froi
their mother's milk an<t reaired tieem o
skimmed milk, siinco whwch time iw
have had little or no scour. Oane ca
had scour by its mother's sidIe, threoe
four (lays 01(1; we put it on another co
and saved the calf. Woe could not pe
ceive anything amiss with thme motia
o r her milk, but it dI not suit hm
MfANY farmers of Western New YTor
are going out of tobacco raising beans
of' the uncertainties of the crop.,the los
of fertility and depreciation of the lant
and disappointment in sales. Eve:
those farmers who have realized tb
highest prices andl the qulicikest sale
admit that the effect ini tobacco raiinm
is to reduce profits on general far'minpj
that its exhaustive tenidenicy is a seriou
matter to considoir, and that in the lonj
run it is destructive to more impllortanx
I'OTATOE,-Tho Gold)rado beet]le
the leadmlg enemy .to the notato. I
can be succotalully fought wvIih Pari:
green or London purple, if thie poisoni
nsod so soon as the young "worms
make their appearance. Th'le grouin
must be well stirred and hopt free fron
weeds, and thme crop (lug early to avoi<
the wet rot.
IT does not. pay to keep poor stock o
any kind. .Jf eveiry anmmal is good o
its kind it is always saleabale, and cai
be turned into money at any time thia
it is desirable to do so, wheeas an in
ferior one is always a drug <ni the far
AnOUT 50,000 dozens of eggs are con
sumed daily in New York City,v,hen thm
prices are as high as they are'att present
When tihe cost of eggs reaches the low
ost point they wille bcaper than meca
anmd the coinsumputioii will increaso th
200,000 dozens a daty.
THEn growing of cauilflowors is re
ceiving more attention tI. an formerly
particularly so the earlier varietics. Th,
crops of Dwarf Erfurt and Snowb al
begin to come forward in June, amil
these with the latter sorts, fire in tht
market almiost without intermission un
THERIE (does not seem to be any fcgits
ble way of gettimg rid of the rose biu
except by hanid pcking. The rose slu
is another depredator whlichu shouli hI
kept under by dusting the p)lants witi
THe Sugar Boot calls the attention o
farmers to the advantages of hill culturl
for bcets,saying the French and Austri
ans have largely adopted it.hipaio
culture seems to present the most prac
PnoFESsoR SANBORIN has conducted
series of experiments which prove con
elusively that it takes more corn t<
make a pound of pork when the hog
were allowed to run at large than whe:
A1ApLpQtiED PigoiEs.-This style of
decorative work. is very satisfactory, it
is so handy, and particularly the small
b pieces, which make no bulk, and hence
r are easily taken about from the parlor
- to the piazza and out into the garden
summer houses, over in the grove,
down by the shore, or anywhere one
a may wander to while rusticating. The
. fashion of adorning many household
. and toilet articles with appliqued designs
gives t. this industry a great deal of
a special interest, much more than is
, usually bestowed upon one kind of dec
orative needlework. Bonnet orape is of
all shades-and the very small piecos
l are just what is wanted in making these
t flowers. Nome of the petals are formed
i of narrow ribbon radiating from the
y centres, which are often curiously con
9 structed of dots, especially in designing
such flowers as daisies. Another very
p interesting industry is pillow lace mak
t ing; there is no difficulty in learning
the stitches and method of working out
the patterns. Lace making has become
quite fashionable. There arc several
kinds that are excellent imitations of
point lace and the old-time guipuro.
Manufacturers have recently brought
out a number of now shades in embroid
ery silks. This addition of color to
s this deparament of decorating materials
. will give wider scope to the landscape
touches that are so much admired in
needlework for household adorning.
t **"Mon are but sorry witnesses in their
a own cause." The praise of Kidney-Wort
I comes from the mouths of those who have
1 been made strong and halthy by iV. Listen:
I "It is curing everybody," writes a drug
I gist. "Kidney-Wort is the most popular
medicine we sell." It should be by right,
t for no other medicine has such specific ac
tion on the liver, bowels and kidneys,
S.y"lakc your old things look like new
f by using the Diamond Dyes, and you will
3 be happy. Any of the fashionable colors
for 10 cents.
Cunann' RATAIA -Take eight pounds
of the best of red cherries; add to this
eight pounds of the best of black clier
rics; also, two pounds of the best and
ripest of raspberries, one pound of the
best rod currants, another pound of the
best of white currants, three ounces of
coriander seed, half an ounce of mace
and half an ounce of cinnamon. To
these spices add half of the stones of
the cherries; pound those very fino in a
mortar. Mix all the foregoing well to
3 gothor. Add two pounds and a half of
the boat of white sugar; put all in, a
demijohn, cork tightly, and allow to
e remain so for thirty days; now open and
o ilter, then bottle. The most heroical
use of of the ahcrry in this country is
cherry bounce. This is entirely ani
American invention. For good or for
evil, cherry bounce has entered into the
polities, and oven the religion of the
American continent, for several genera
f tions. It would neem to have originated
with the "first families of Virginia;"
but the fashion subseqIuontly crept into
the social usages of several other stir.
rounding populations. There is no de
nying the soft impeachment that a long
,r line of Anorican statcsimen, generals,
U scholars, physicians, and evon doctors
of divimity, drank in cherry bounce with
their mother's milk. A full review of
the cherry in America would 1)0 iconm
plcte without seime allusion to the
C ' ''make-utp" cof this celebrated decoction,.
I saw so nith saId tnNIt ie merurs oL
L. 1101) Bitters, nnd my wtife who was always
a dloctorinig,andt never wtell, I easedtilme II' ur
o gently to get, her somei, I concludedi to be
b ininhuge< again; amd I amt glatd I td,for
in less than two mocnthis' ue of th li itters,
Smy wife was cureld, and shte lhas reiiminedi
so for eighteen moths sintce. I like snehi
humbuigging.-i. TI., lit. Paul.-" Pio
ni Fox TEmmIIIu FEEi.-Bathe the foot
e every night mi warm water, aiid immot
if diately after apply to them strong vine
rm gar. Whien they are iniclinedi to crack,
wv or become dry anld hard (which is fre
quointly a great atnnoyanice to aged per)i
r~ sons), aftter using the vinegar, noint
r themci freely wvith spermaucti 1intnnt.
k whalti laie jtreelse' uninitg of fits fammiitar
o phtrase wlhen einploiiyeii to signify an niaatural
co(tlthttit of fie liulty tai iiti? If tnit%anS ex.
haustion, latigittr, wanit of vital energy, ienital
almhy a pitiablte sti.te of phy sleal atitif ieta
hielplssniess. Thei biesit, anl In fat tih on'y per
ia etliy re lbe il:nnacea for a "'sitit up" syst em is
5 t hat init popular anut pottent of tuileIina;l St nin.
( hats, 3 lost elfer's Stfontaaeh iiihtters. No in:tter
. v whet hier the hleath hins been't broket' iilownt by ex..
Sce'ssivea labor, over-' t utiy, ant isaliou,is ati iuos
a phtere, an xtly, irreguliarttes ii ulil, lissi paltiin,
or anly othier eause, t hits powerfl anit ph'aisant,
ve5tbb retoratve wYill soon reerit thie stroiup.
llng(energies of natutre, resitorinig te integr ty o,f
tite inerves, anl i'e-estahiil-shing thait fiunelttna
regnhatrity whnch ia esenttal to atnil t' io andl a
hopiieinit frante of tuinul. As at enr1 for deh/haty, in
all Ifs vatriel itnaiifestal itnis I loste.ttIer's $fonitaeih
t iatterfs i nunpprotaede by3 any L.oue In the mia
B Toir,No VorNi~ Gr.oTH.-Wocol or
woolen cloth ought never to be boiled,
as some reconmm< nid, in coloring it. It.
mayl) be heated, butt should never be
broughtt to at boiliing ptoint, as that makes
it tender and it will soon ICQkt as though
the moths or mio had bein~ at work at
J. ('. Gray.u, of Da.tlevil le, Alt., wites Its*
- Haisamu fi.r lihe.'i,iings, annli Iennt say, of ai iitihi, It
ls far siterfor fo any ofil -r liang prep. tral In lIt
theo worbd. My inother was continied to her hid
tottr weeOks witht a contghi, stnd litd every at ca
tion bty as good phtysiciants as fttre are int the
counatry, andu they atll fatitot to effect a enire; but
wvheniI got one biif I h of your Dr. W%nt. I1t il a
-ifaisam four I the Litnigs, siie b,egant to mendtu right
[ away. I ennt say initt h , thait if wats fte Ineati of
savmng hecr lift'. I know or live eastes that Dr. wim.
Hlahl's thiusitmi haiii tnred, and luy tuo'herl' is eteir
now ftan she ha,s bteii before for twenty years.'
FnIEID PEA(c[Esi.-Cuit in halves a dloz
en fIrm, ripe, free-atone peaches; have
reatdy over fire a dlripiping pan11 contamu
iing smoking-hot lard half ani inch deep:
lay the peaches in the patn, the out side
diowin, as sooii as thley' are cut, and fry
them light browvn; asi ston ais the sido
next the panti is cdone, turnu themt over
without b)reakinig them, and( heat the
other aide, Tiho momeint thcy arc hentedo
through, arrange thiemi on a hot platter,
withl the cut aide up, put a little p'ow
cdored sugar in each and serve them
hot for dtsort.
Hecart Disease has brought many to an
untimiely grave. Th'ie heart is as liable as
other organs to disease; if you have it even
in the slightest form use D)r. GIraves'
IIeart Rtegulator. $1. per bottle.
.A PRtETTIY tidy is made by embroider
ing a spray of flowers or a bird onl a
Ssmall square Cf satin; thon putt a band of
-satin around this; have it of a contrast
ing color; theu another band outside cf
this, and finish with frmnge. If the satin
iis of a bright color and of good quality,
it need un other decrao.
HE loyd his horse: The ICeiitttkintdu '
admiration for fine horses is the stroiig- t
est feeling in his nature. He cares very s
little whether or not the public enter. s
talus a favorable opinion of him, but he e
wants everybody to think well of his f
horse. Some time ago the editor of the t
Kentucky 8tate Journal, published at e
Ne wport, published a local item con
corning a horse well known in the com
munity. Shortly afterward a man en
tered tho office with a revengeful air 1
and said: "My name is 'Squire Jaggers
and I am not a tender-hearted man, let
me toll you. I understand that you
have flung reflections on the character
of my horse." "I don't know," replied
the editor, "that I said anything derog.
atory to tho' character of your horse.
I merely insinuated that you stole the i
animal, but I did not say anything to in '
the least injure his character." "That's
nll right, then. I don't care who says
I stole him, but blamed if any man shall
say that he can't run."
**.'1Yi.e men say nothing in danger
ous times." Wise men use nothing in
dangerous diseases but the best and most
approved remedies. Thus Kidney-Wort
is employed universally in cases of diseas
ed liver, kidney and bowels. It will cost
you but a trifle to try it, and the result
will be most delightful.
" Millions of packages of the Dia
mond Dyes have been sold without a single
complaint. Everywhere they are the fa
Too sober to shoot: At the recent
pigeon-shooting at Houston a gentle
man who had claimed to be a crack
iot missed six successive birds, and i
Llis disgusted friends, who had been
betting on him, were mad enough to
Irown him. "'What kind of shooting
is that?" asked one of them, indignant
ly. "I know its my fault. I am too
iober. No sober man can okpeot to hit
birts that fly so crooked If I had had i
three more beers I'd have scattered
reathecrs, and don't you forget it.."
KAI.AMAZOO, iioii., Feb. 2d, 1880. 1
1 know hiop Bitters will bear recoin
nicndation honestly. All who use them 3
confer upon them the highest enconiums, t
and give them credit for making cures-- i
all the proprietors claii for them. I have 1
kept them since they were first offered to t
the public. They took high rank from
the first, and maintained it, and are more
called for than all others combined. Bo
long as they keep up their high reputation
for purity and usefulness, I shall continue
to rcco a incud theim-something I have
never before done with any other patent
me'.iiciue. J. J. IIAlCOC_K, hi. D.
Tui clergyman's wife had presented
him with a son, and the happy father,
as lie went his parochial rounds, was
congratulated by the members of his
congregation. There was an old farm
er, however, who recoived the tidings
very coldl"-, but when perceiving the
pastor's disappointment, good naturedly
explained: "I ain't got no spite; it's all
accordin' to natur', I sposo; but when I
think of that boy of yourn I can't help
reck'nin' that in a few years there'll
have to ho a now fence put 'round my
I have you heairt dilsease in any fortn? Ift
so use Dr. Graves' Hecart Rtegulator; 30
years have proved it a sure remedy for or
ganic or sympathetic hecart Disease. $1
per bottle at diruggists.
A YouN4a' nai In n iiilllinois towvn
stelppod into a church (leer a moment
01n0 Sutimay whide the services were
going on, and the smart minister sawv
him ami shouted, "(Go out, young man,
shle is not here." The young mian was
embasrrassedl for a moment, and then
remembering tihe several ministerial
scandals thua. woer in the ocurts, lhe
unid, loud enough for all to hear him,
"ye't ahe is, you old duifer01. You have
got lher hid behind the organ, and you
want to go home wvithi her yourself I''
Th'ie minister blushed and said the ser
vices wvould close by singing the doxol
Thie F"raAar Ax(ia-Gease
Is the h~ost int the markel. It fs the moss
econic~al ati cheapest, 0ono box lasting as
long as two of any otheor. One greasing wilt
last two wtooks. it roccivvod first premium at
the Contennial andl Paris Expositions, also
meJals at various Stato fairs. Buyi no0 other.
CJIAurry on the boulevard:
A little beggar in a lamentable voice
crics: "Charity, if you please. Maim.
ma is a wvidowv with five ciiildiren; we
have no bread. Charity, if you please I"
A passetMrby, after having given two
cient't, asks: "Whiat dioes your father (10,
"'iIe is a carpl)etr, sir I"
D)ig'-.on, Nuatrit;on amtl Secre'tton minust aill bte ye r
IIi.,thiseah ,brgc,an tuuttt pe.rf arnt itsi p.arIt and the liou d
aiiluid ijl ' lu i ia a l ith ' tdy -ket putre. Nattire i always ont
man11 ,eetus to exercis hit i agenity to over(az hit
bocdy, weakena htia vitaalit y. tickn ha blondi anid diie.
table~ re-tatiis to l'tiaa3t - thae blood andat p'revent isetaso
guad thet u -e of lt old St. niorardai vegea.table P'.th bo
a'em,e clats.o. All dtruggita ui iltem,
MIAKINO the Firenehmnan phlegmatic:
Strolliing in. the Champs Eiyse(ts the
other (tay, I met President (Grevy.
"'Gro, old muan," I inquired, "what aire
you up to now ?" "'Great scheme, my
boy,'io respon01ded(, ini the purest Frenoh
wichili hid .[ learniedl together in lio
bokeL'. "'I'm introdutcing lager boer as
the natioinl dirink, with the idea that it
my make the pe~oplC more phlegmatic
and1( diinciline~ them t.o revolution,"
Emlory 's lathtic le Cahartic PIll-beOst made
for IAIver Cominlint and1( BiliouIsness
Tasliteless, htarmless, infallible. 15bk.
IN regard to (losing: "liullo, Ctarloi
WVhere have ytou been ?" ''Just dlowni to
the apothlecary 's [or a b'ottie of medicine
fox my wiife. What things these women
no Ior dobing, areii't they' ?" Charley's e
fieind ccnide s in this view of the mat. e
te'r, and lit (Jharile3's suggestion the two r
itep) into the nearest saloon for some- e
thling to brace up their resp)ective stom- t
Quirn green all airounde: When Pat
was sent to the lobster pot, to se if'
here was ianything in it,, ho said, upon
rotmingf: '"Theire wasl 110 ripe ones,
iorr, thmeir was only granoli ones, and1( so0
[ tosseud theom all overboard."
KK~OKUK-, IowA-pr. K. E. Fualler sayg; ..[ Inn
hsedl nrown,w Iro n.~tt ers tu any owni faily wtih a
How to spell "duel:" "Chlas in spel- g
ig, stand upl. Spell1 'duel0.'' "I-n-k."
"''Tat's a good boy; but there's anoth
r way--w-i-n-d." (
That Hltubatnd or Minei
a tharce timies the mIns heo was before ho began
asing Wells' ilealth Renewer. $i. Druggasts.
liiE mourns the dead who lives as they lJ
EJiymi .'c$dMake the t hate wit 4
ilurt of water, thfje-ciuafttk's pdud
Iditter, three-quarters potiid of $dUr,
welte eggs, a little salt siid a dttj of
ugar. Put the water and bUtter in a
aucepan on the fire, and *hen it boils
dd the flour, frst taking the pan off the
ire; then put it- back to thicken; when
he paste will adhere to the finger it is
uflciently cooked. Remove from the
ire and mix the eggs in three at a time,
tirring constantly. Then put in a
nould sufficiently large and place on a
)uttered tin. Bake in a quick oven.
"Shout the Glad Tidings."
Mrs. THOMAs ATSINSON, of No. 29 Ring Street,
'rovidence, It. I., joins the exultant multitude in
clad praise and thanksgiving. Mrs. A. Says:
"A few months ago I was taken seriously iII and
obliged to give up my accustomed household du
les, and receive medical treatment, and grew
vorso continually until I was contilned to my bed,
n spite of the doctor's presoriptions and the best
ldvice that I could get, My sufferings were very
evere from the excruciating pains in my back,
and my legs were very badly swollen, attended
vitia severe pains, which were supposed to be
au-ed by the rheumatism. A friend of mine who
alled to see me urged me to try IIunt's Remedy,
tnting that ho knew of the wonderful cures of
everal parties who had taken this medicine, in
ases which seemed very much like mine, except
ug that they were in much worse condition than I
vas. I consented to try the Rtemedy, and begun
o take It as directed, and before I had finished
aking one bottle the improvement in me was
great, and it continued constantly, so that after I
aul taken less than three beules I was able to re
lunie ny nousehold duties and do any work easily,
ilthough I had been confined to the bed several
recks. 'Fite swelling of my limbs has disappeared,
and the lameness and pains in my back are gone,
sit gone. For all of which, under the blessing of
c kind Providlence I an indebted to Ilunt's Itent
ly an1d I believe that it Is any duty and privilege
o Informt all who are suffering in like manner of
he remarkable curative and restorative powers of
his remedy, which I cheerfully recommend to all
vho are ulilicted wita Kidney D seaso and Drop4y.'
"Never Known to Fail."
'Tlhis anotto was adopted some years ago for the
vonderfail Kidney medicine Hunt's Remedy. It
was a bold banner to carry, for IIunt's Henedy is
ecomnmended for some of the most fatal maladies
-Bright's diseases and all kidney, bladder, liver
ind urinary complaints. Hunt's Remned'y, the
reat kiuley and liver medicine, Is indeed a post
ive cure, and really is "never known to fal."
How To USE Euas.--Eggs that are to
>0 used in cake should be put into cold
vater in summer while you are making
!our preparations, until ready to use
hem. Then break each one separately
nto a cup, to see if it is good as by
reaking all into the dish you beat
hem in, you risk the whole by one egg.
f good, turn it into the dish, and pro
eed the same way with the others.
Natural petroleum, deprived of its color
ind disagreeable odor without distillation
Ind the aid of acids or alkalies, is what
he Carbolhne is made from. As now im
)roved and perfected it Is a beautiful
reparation,and perforns all that is claim.
:d for it as a hair restorer.
WHEN one has had a fever, and the
iair is falling off, take a teacup of sage,
teep it in a quart of soft water, strain
t off into a tight bottle. Sponge the
toad with this tea frequently, wetting
he roots of the hair.
A Voice from the Northwest.
DltwA UK s, Wia.-The Daily Sentinel,
vlilch Is the leadig morning paper of this
state, writes: "St. Jacob's Oil, the won
lertul remedy for rheumatism, has been
asedl by a large number ot people in this
alty, and with effect truly marveloas.
PROvERDIALJ Philosophy: Abstinence
nakes the heart grow fonder.--All swell
hat ends swell-a rogaa da shoes.-One
Distance lends enchantment to a few,
Uet me make the ballets of an opera, I
are not who writes its scores. -Women
a not so fair as she's painted,- Catch
four hair before you shave it,
Students of Alusic, literature and the
flne Aris, will find valuable Inforruation
In the New Calendar of the New England
DJonservatory of Music, which will be sent
rree to all apphicante. Address, E. To'unass,
[?ranklin Sq., Boston, Mlass.
A MoTHERn's fear: "I don't feel uneasy
ibout the future prosperity of any of
ny children, except Tom," said an
Arkanaaaw lady, in conversation with
mn acquaintane. "Poor Tom's mind
aveak and I fear that, like his father, he
svill be compelled to practice law."
Fons 1YvPEPSi.A, iNiIiUE8floN, dlepresaloic of spir.
is anid genleral devbity,ln their viarouas ormse; also
is a preventive- against fever anid aigiie lad oilher
niernilttent fevers, tihe "Ferro.-Phosphmoired
KHlxIr of Ciaiisamya" tnads b,y Cahwell, Hiazarm &1 Co.,
Newv York, andI solbt by all Dru ggista, ia the beat
oncic; sind for patients recoverinug frorni (ever or
thier sickness, it has no equal.
Qurra too much: On a very rainy
venaing a carriage maken its way along
he boulevard, the steed smoking from
lie pouring showers. "Poor horse !
P'oor horse 1" says a member of the S.
L.C. A.; "out in such weather, and
aitched to an open carriage, too!l'
Ladies and chaldren's b>oots and shoes
sannaot rn over If Lyon's Patent Heel
3tiffencrs are tused.
Wiry 1)readnaught is at large: "What
i5tomishes me," remarked Mrs. Mann,
'is howv Colonel Dreaddaught manages
o keep out of the State prison." "The
>robability as," replied Blunt. "that it
a feared tatm he might corrupt the con
riots, and so they let him go at large."
Er i (lovs, N. C.-Dr. (I. N. lloberso,n says:
'I prescribe Briown'a Ironi hitters and ilad, it all it
a neconaanendedi to be"
FrLowLuRy: (Scene: Police court.)
hlagistrate: "have you anything to say.
n answer to this charge, prisoner ?"
risoner: "Suare, youar Worship, only
liat I am as innocent as the unborn
ngels." (Th'lree months hard )
For Thilek liends,
lemavy siomashe', bilious conditons--wells' May
LIpple l'ills--ani-bious, cathartic. i0 amid 26c.
HENoM these tears: "Why do they
ry so mauoh, pa ?' asked the Austai~
dater's little boy at the theatre, refer
ing to the iactors en the stage. '1Be
aso they steo so maty dew.-head-s in
lhe audience," replied tiie editor, scowl
ag at the rival editor in the next row.
(1 ASTurlaN aE "aure dysp,epsaia. What anore
o you wvatt Ask youtr druaggist lor it.
IASTRarNE it in litgida f'orim.
Tuix collegian's passport: "No," said
he college man, "I don't caue a copper
!liether I get a degree or noct; i've got
ay skutll-an<:-or(.ss-bones pin anid that's
passport into any sociel.y."
Uson St. Pat rick's Satlve, rands iean its
teat value-. Onto trial coniviinces.
UNANsWERAnLE: Priest--"Pat, I un-a
eratanrd you are going to be married
gain." Disconsolate Widower-' Yas,
our riv'ronce." Priest--"B3ut your
'ifo, Pat, has only been dead two
oeks." D. W.-."Yis, yer riv'rince;
ut shure ain't she as dead now as she
Tan" are a great many times whei
a glue-pot in the house is a "well-aptint
of pleasure," and is an coonoilnoal in
vestment, especially when of the .kint
here described: Buy at a tin shop on<
small tin can, costing five cents, and i
large one, costing about ten cents, it
which the smaller can be set; five o
six cents' worth of glue will mend i
great many broken articles or will faa
ten things that have become unglued
Put. the glue in the small cup with i
little water; put boiling water in tha
larger one and set the glue-cup in it; ii
a few minutes the glue will melt ant
be ready for use.
Dr. Pierces's "Favorite Prescription"
perfectly and permanently cures those dis
eases peculiar to females. It is tonio and
nervine, effectually allaying and curing
those sickening sensations that ailect tht
stomach and heart through reflex action.
The back-ache, and "dragging-down" sen.
sations all disappear under the strengthen.
ing effects of this great restorative. By
Battle Viewe.-An ingenious mode of
getting a correct representation of at
actual battle, landscape, etc., in a pano
ramic form, has been suggested it
Paris. The main feature of the arrange.
ment is a revolving cylinder, with e
vertical slit in it, through which the
images, etc., enter, and are thrown 01
a photographic medium properly sensi
taught their daughters that "a stitch in tune
saves ninq." A pill in time saves not only
nine, but. oftentimes an incalculable amount
o autiiring as well. An occasional doso 01
Dr. 'ierco's Pellets (Little Sug'ar-coated
Pills), to cleanse the stomach and bowels,
not only prevents liseases but often break,
up sudden attaeks, whei, taken in time. By
Brilliant Black.-Mechanics wh<
desire to produce a deep brilliant blaoli
upon iron or steel may try the folio wini
receipt. Apply with a fine hair brush t
mixture of turpentine and sulphur whiol
had been boiled together.
For weak lungs, spitting of blodew, weal
stomach, night-sweats, and the early stage
of Consumption, "Golden Medical il)iscov
ery" is specifc. By druggists.
Barometer.-A simple barometer. cal
be made by filling a pickle bottle,with
in three inches of the top, with water
Then fill a clean Florence oil flask witi
water and plunge the neck as far as i
will go into the larger bottle. The
water in the flask will rise and fall witi
the weather, sometimes leaving i
perfectly erupty eight hours before ,
"Wells'Health Renewer"restores health and vige
cures Dyspepsia. Imunotence. Sexual Debility. $1
When the color on a fanrie has beei
accidentally or otherwise destroyed b;
acid, ammonia is applied to neutraliz
the same, after which an application c
c'aloroform will, in nearly all cases, re
store the original color. The applica
tion of ammonia is common, but that c
chloroform is but little known.
Nervous debility the curse 01 the American pec
ple, imtuedaately yields to the action of Brown'
OAT MALa GEMs.-One beaten egg
one cup of sweet milk, one cup of col<
oat-meal pudding, beat all together, ad<
half a teaspoonful of soda, and one an<
oIn-l1Alf cups of flour. .This quantity'
will nil the gem' pan. Does not hur
Rheucmat ic-Goutanlinte, Dr'. KimIor'e', 10J
W illiam St.,.N. Y.,is the only recal cur'atice eceo
discorer'ed for' rhmeumat ismn, ahud best remnedy
known for kidney, liver and( stomach diseas
es5. Ab,undiant pro'l's. Send for circualars.
HAnD MOLAssEs COOKmEs--One cup
of sugar, one of butter, and one of mo
lasses; one teaspoonful of soda and one
of ginger. Boll all together, and while
boiling stir in enough flour to thicken,
Boil thin and bake quickly,
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve itestorer is the marvel
of the age for all nerve diseases. All ilts stepped
free. Send to 931 Arch street. PhiladelDhia, Pa.
To take tar and shoemaker's wax out
of clothing, break an egg and take the
yolk alone and rub the soiled parts with
it till the tar softens and comda out,
then wash wi.h water.
T'he pills are warranted to be P'UIt ELY vege
tabmle, free fromn all mineral and othier poisonusu
substances. T'hey are a certaIn cure for Censti
Saion, stCIeadache, Dyspiepsia, Blhousness,
TopdLver, Less of Appetite, and all discases
arising from the
Liver, Stomuachm, Bowels or
They remove all obstructions from the channels
of the system andl purIfy the blood, thereby lun
partIng health, strength andl vlgc'r. Sold by dIrug
glas, or sent by mail for 25 cents in at amps by
P. NEUSTAEDT'ER & 00.,
83 Morcer St., Now York,
Tol atmfu,c.rcrsq or ST. MIEItNA It Il VEG Ec
senad for circular.
IS A SURE CURE
for all diseases of the Kidneys and
-- L IVE R -
Itha pooilfc action on this otimotn
organ, enabling it to throw ofr torpidity and
Inaion, stimulating the healthy aoorotion of
the Bile, and by koeping the bowels in free
cendition, oflboting its regular dischargo.
are blitous, dyspeptic, eroonstipatod, Kidney
Wort winl suroly relievo and quickly euro.
In the Spring to oleanao the syatomi, overy
one shouad take a thorough course of it,
U1- SO.D BY DR UOCISTS. Price $SI.
"THE UEST IS OHEAPEST,.*
ITITH RES HERSgg
sooti wr t EE over mHutto
KIDDER'8 PA8TILLE8 * 5,sA8TiMA.
872 utfi fr. A d rs4ow o
FREE! nY nET~URN MAlb-A fulldserp
A ElNTa WANTED for the ihost and iiastest
11 elng Pictorial Books and Bibles. Priocs re
Dned 8vr cent. NATIONA L Pen. 0o. Philada.. Pa
THE GREAT GERMAN
Relieves and cures
1iUi SORE THROAT,
Soreness, Ct:U, Bruises,
And all other bodily aches
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold by all'Drt]]ggista and
Dealers. Direenouns in 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
HIU (Suoaesore to A. eOELER C Coe.)
1e---- "e" .wrn nalti).ore, lid., U.S. A.
Hop Bitters are the Purest and Best
Bitters Ever Meade.
They are compounded from hops, Malt, Buchu,
Mandrake and Dandellon,-the oldest, best, and
most valuable nedcleines in the world and contain
all the best and most curative properties of all
other remedies, being the greatest Blood Purifier,
Liver Regulator, and Life and health Restoring
Agent on earth. No disease or Ill health can pos
sibly long exist where those Bitters are used, so
varied and perfect are their operations.
They give new life and vigor to the aged and in
firm. To all whoso employments cause Irregu
larity of the bowels or urinary organs, or who re
quire an Appetizer,Tonio and mild Stimulant.lIop
Bitters are Invaluable, being highly curative, tonio
and stimulating, without intoxicating.
No imatter what your feelings or symptoms are,
what the disease or ailment is, use Hop Bitters.
Don't wait until you are sick but if you only feel
bad or miserable, use Hop Bitters at once. Imay
save your life. hundreds have been saved by so
doing. $1500 will be paid for a case they will not
euro or help.
Do not suffer or let your friends suffer, but use
and urge thern to use Hop Bitters.
Remember, hop Bitters Is no vile drugged,
drunken nostrum, but the Purest and hest tedl
eio ever made; the "Invalid's Friend and Hope,"
and no person or family should tio without them.
Try the Bitters to-day.
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF
*: CONSTIPATION. -
No other disease Woeo prevalent in this ooun- m
try as Constipation, and no remedy has over
S equalled the celobrated Kidney-Wort as a c
E curo. Whatever the cause, however obstinate a
a the case, this remedy will overcome it. S.
PILES THIS distressing com
a plaint is very apt to be
strengthons the weakened parts and quickly a
t tt cures all kinds of Piles even when physicians
a and medicines have before ihiled.
t. W If you have either of these troubles O
L PRIOE $1. USE Druggists Sell
ting ithe world equai to It for the
cure of Scrnfuta, Pimples, Iolls. Tetter, t)l Sores,
Sore rye, Mercurial Diseases, Catarrh. 1.oss of
Appetie, Femsalo C.omplait ,I a on looa
It neer falls. All druggists and
country store keepers meli it. n. I tlerm
a o. Pr+p's, Pittaburgh, on every bottle. ]
0A pruy tnm.3aplswot $ re 5i " 0 Address tTNcSON & ]o.. Portland etc.
o5to $2 Tiu"' "i&"aa",
CURES WHl ALL ELSE FAILS.
lest CouaghtS yrttp. TasOtex goodi -
* * *
In the hauman body ERADICATE D) by using
RK'S WORM SYRUP!I
A n oild-tio resn Saud ecffectu
ali in) Its atiion. ke o 2. centts n. bottle.
WFFORL SALE BY ALL D)RUGG38TM,
UMPOR TANT I NFORMATION.
The uIndIslgned are extenisively eagced In sellia
FAltMs8. This ittle bat of inftorttntIot is lnportant to
or sle hat ae desraao at ocation soil cliar a
society and markets. Wr,to us what yu want all d w.
.cana suit you. Specimen paper sent free tc an vado
dress. Wesend excelert poeket inas ji of Mar' a td
Virginta andi 'Vest Virgintia by mnail ,'ostPaind tn re
e.a o rit in sta n r a omny. Price, with itd ox
J. L. H ANNA & BRt., 76 W.Fayette St..Blalt!more, Md.
T OOsCl-Santd 250i for JTan'd, or 50e. for Nick ldi
.Ljart r Proof D or Fattmr. Attent'H circu lar a
PHOTOS "" -R o
The lightest and finest in the World. 32-page
ltstrated catalogue and prices. Address
J. H. RUSH TON, Canton, N. Y.
'lurd g.aaranutoud Dr. J. B. Mayer Main Offie
83t Aron Mt. Phia .. Advice free, sbamps for re
ply. Will be at Aauch Offices these day of each n
motsth: Keystone Hlouse, Rteading. Pa.. 2dhaturday ofa
each tmontth;IIershe House, liunrisbuir, Pa., th and a
6th~ -Ht. (CiairlH tel, Pittsburghi Pa.. tiatn ;Ou
tlous, aor ayn 1111 th aull h.l 8th; oumsr 0
ITSASTOPPED FREE '
* U *cInsane Psons Restored
. UrKLINB'S GRBAT
,. W ERVERESTORER
/eeral/DRAIN &NsRvs DissAsus. Onlysutre l
INFALIDL i af tae am trectel N , t $
ilrst days ucs. Treatise ad $, trial bottle free to
preceIved. Send names, P. 8. andl ex ress addres of o
aflcted to h)n.K LlN H.q Arch St., $huHadelphts,Pa.
Drug gists. D I'A RB OFIMIT ATING FR4AUDS.
ANS N THE FAMOU9 MINNECO- s
TO RtIVERt VALL,EY,u unquilled td
for stock-raisnag, dir Iag ad
water and near tme NTEFna nteo
HIEAPER than HOMEs TEADS In bAKOTAa
mor POIlTABLE thatn 0OVERINMEN BT S
bea Insngl am or lagr trat, on terms to si
if. (A. WILLARDp
(Basre chance for colonies or e b ~Lo n,
aad the NEt WOARBONATE RFJILD OF flOLORA
1Osent free. dress A. 0. FISK, Denver., 0o1.
1 h.vsola, or ow et sfu re ansd Preserveo i
Hleailh." Retails $2.25. Bi Commissionrs to 0
Agents. A MERIOA PUBLISu1 INO CO., 17 Nol'th
Tenth iStroot, PhIladelphia, Pa. (
hE A U LT E DBO N D B OUYEIIT y
IJA M'L A. (OAtVLOitD, Bansor. t. Louis Mo.
GATES. Fosr the beet, Shitn-t ande Most Dtsr ti
onaw a blei SenfOp, eicO(ato, tiat always cl
- W- T TER& IBON.. Trtwood, Oko b
U M No pay t.ill cttredt. ToI'e 'I
O n ~ years estabflisheti, 1,000
ettred. Stfite case. r. h
Macrole, Quincy5 ich.e
lte.ta h~ Parmner aoy.
I.iltie Wife Nelic'. Sarney Mc('ay.
Sid intie-e.'Hatcher ttoy.
iinly a Panr ttioom. figh Watear Paste,
i',iid t ,aits', ('eat ' It",,e AKatu.
tidtow Ntin', Onil. itahy an.S i.
Warrior flil le'ais tCatler.
helcli,e tra,y. Iia the Olloaug
ii9 Pretty Red Roase, l-ose of ihe hhamreock.
It,, e to%naty Out.,ste ,,, ~~and tOrsy,
t'ri: fSraw. 4 .fr.a Itly ?
Jo Wil Moo.rIe l
iSler the lardlen wall. Mary has gone witk a Ceom.
nuy'sm tit a Tooth.
Addr.es E. r. If1i & C . 1 o
POSSBE TO ALL.
What Nature deniestomany
Art secures to all. Hagan's
Magnolia Balm dispels every
blemish, overcomes Redness,
Freckles, Sallowness, Rough
ness, Tan, Eruptions and
Blotches, and removes all evi
dences of heat and excite
ment. The Magnolia Balm
imparts the most delicate and
natural complexional tints
no detection being possible to
the closest observation.
Under these circumstances
a faulty Complexion is little
short of a crime. Magnolia
Balm sold everywhere. Costs
only 75 cents. with flull di
A kin of Beauty Is a joy Forever.
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
lrlental Cream, or Magloal Beautifier.
D eiS Tan
;R. be sure the
)r. LA.Bayre.sad toe ady e mAe T Tox (a pa.
3ouraud Iream- as theoeast harmful of a t hn
reparations." One bottleowill last *lx months, usingV
terez7 da Also.Poudre t3ubtile reintovos su perflu.
i Itsr tbut i a t theskin
iu,s. B T.G OO1A0 ,Stole Prop., BOa 1.Y.
hForgo sa Ut l drgsaan asFanc o1cu p e. W"r
rare of base imitation .000 Reward for arres and
'roof of any one lling the same.
ralgs! Ehual:s!! Fifs!!!
Tropical fruit culture, combining health pleaq
ire and proflt. 'T'ent to forty ares in the '1Orange
.olt" of F0lorida.
For particulars address
A. W. LAWTON,
Atu buran, N. Y.
*TAL.1 ACHES FrHon lITTLE TOE.
rakes Shle Aelto right out of Soft Corns,
Thilblains and Iluions, and hehals uta, Scratches,
Soils. Dturns, Bruises, etc. An excellent family Oiut
ieunt. 25e. per box. Sent by mail, on receaipt of the
>rico, in three.ceut stamps. Address. ftil October 1,
I.. HI. WARD.
Lock 11ox 2020, Oeau Grove, N..1.
'Lady Howard's Pearl of Beauty."
C(hnate I Elegant I F'agrnn 1 IInrnalessl
yRcd,ly r-luovesn Faeek lea, Piotsles, Moth
Pteis, Tan. and nyery mpedimeunt to beauty
tkiutl th s a -vlie as a ov.ant tl ot 4
u"kn haint"ttatwlo.sdhCl.Pex ion bt"ilisttmitly ibentttilifl Flesh and
earl tints-Ianlpousible to letect its use! I60.
verywlhre aent poslpaid. r.curuly enclosed, for 0c.
urrency or Iostago stauis, (or 2 for t$1.0W).
B. Ir. 11 UNTERt, PERFUMER,
150 N. Ioth St.. Philadelphia.
C 1 Te1E A EN A, .of t"e184
JONSERVATORY of MUSIO
ieautifully Illustrate.t.c61 pages. SENT FJSEE to
'Jurself and musical frl"ndls. Sen'l names antI addreusse
a E. TrOURJEE. Fraonkn Sq., lIoston, Afass.
ITr ch )Otiuan II 014 EOroloiQtsEa,4n ter
YOUNG MEN sa " aara
DRS. J. N. & J. B. HIOIENNACK.
THOSE AFF,c 'Ei)l Wi''i1 'l'ifi gigygeTh
thOulti not hesitate to conisult J. N. and J. 11. 11O
3EN8ACK, of 206 Nortih Secndu street, Philadel
bia, eIther by mail or bs, person, 'lurimg thle hours
rom S A. 3M. 1o02 P. M., and 6 to 9 P. M.
Advice free. Whosoever wouald know his condS
lon and thle way to impr 'Ye it shlotld read
"WISI)OM IN A N UTisIIELIl."
Sent on receipt of 3-cent st amp.
eufrcs1woli,y mr o thed (ma i body,
ounct wi th your Dra g nooth ia-e oe hlorn Shf.
ddlreissed envelopo fotlw0101 In lion OIior eisl.
ered I, tIto ) "lid we will forw wr i n ore or:ei'a.b
.und . l_fi for mel a k
THE PUREST AND BEST
iteasletly ever Matle.-It is Cossapoudet
rno lIops, Mialt, hiuelhu, Mau.
(iralke, anat Dlandle'ion.
Th'e oldest, best, most renowned and valuable
Ieitteiune In the Worbd, andi in addition it contain.s
Ii the best and muost effective curaltive properties
fall other remedies, being the greatest liver
igulator, blood purtier, and life and health re
oring' moent A. n
It gives new life antd vigor to the aged and infhi'm.
o clergymen, lawyers, literary men, ladles, andi
fin whom sedentary emlploymnent cause irregu.
trities of the Blood, Sitomlach, Blowels, or Kidneys
r who requlre an appIetIzer, onie, andi mild stimu
nt,t It Isa invaltuable, being highly curative, tonoe
ad stimulating, without being Ilitoxicnting.
No matter whtat your feeligs or symptoms are,
r wilat file dlisefase or almient is, utse flop Bitters.
ton't wait util yott are sick, butt if yotu only feel
ad or miserable use file ibitters at onco. It mla
We your life. Ilundlreds have been saved by s
Ding, at a moderate cost. Ask your druggist, or
lysician. Do0 1ot stiffer yourself or let yu
lend suiffer, but utse antd urge theI o s O
If you have lameness ini the loIns, with frequent
alns andm aches; nlumlbness of the thight ; scanty,
ainfuil anid freqtuent discharge of uriie, illed
'tht pus, antd whiich wvili turn retd by stalnga a
oracious appletite andt unquitenchale thirst; harsb
nd dry skint; clammty fongile, of ten dtarkly fulrred- '
wollen andt infitmed gumts ; dropsicali swelling 01
te limbs; fr. qut afttcks of hiccough ; inabIlity
void thie urie, and great fat igume in attempting
-yout aro auffetintg fronm some form of Kidney
rinary Comh.isint, 55uch1 as litninr's D)sAs
th k'neys, stone or itllltulamt of the0 blami.
Ir, gravel aitd renal calculi, dliabetes,trguy
rihiturte and reicetioin of the tiro, antigualit.
ais thte only remedy rhfat will Permnanently cure
Itemue,nbpr, hIop hItters Is nio vile, drge
'unkeii nostfruim, but file l)trtst aimti het seli
Ite ever inide, Iatd no0 lersoni or family should
Don't risk any of thte highly launded stuiff with
st,mtil at >rea uue,it ask your neighbor, -
is atil can do fir voti and test Itp. tr
g illth Cland, nog, goe lw
emt, at~ iy Iot.ou an o igh
V. o e whe i ni fle.
i an arhe h 'it,,,d
r nso o nhenor
AIoet b and Ag5u j a a.
'th 10th Rtroet "mIdIig a