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Panwtvme SArLT MRaT.--Muoh of
the corned Deef and salt perk put up by
farmers beoomes taintes or completely
spoiled durlng the summer and fallThe
injury is not caused by using too small
an amount of. salt. ' As a rule, much
more salt is employed than is necessary
to preserve the meat. Sometimes it
contains impurities that cause the meat
to contract a bad flavor. Pure salt
should be employed for prese: ying met t
and dry products. It costs but little
more than that which is impure, and it
is more satisfactory lin all respects.
Meat packed in a barrel and covered
with brine becomes tainted or spoiled
in consequence of small portions of it cr
some of the fat or blood it contains
coming to the top of the brine. The
air comes in contact with it there, and
decomposition takes place. ' The pr< -
ducts of the decompositien of animl
substances always have an unpleasant
taste and smell, and these in the case
of meat in a barrel are communicated
to the brine and from thence to the
meat. Meat packod in brine should be
out in pieces with a very sharp knife.
This will leave the edges smooth. After
it has been for a few clays in the brine
the latter should be toured cff and
Loiled. The boiling will cause all the
impurities to rise to the surface while
the blood will be coagulated. These
substances should then be skimmed off,
and when the brine is cold it can be re
turned to the barr l. If the brine does
Lot continue pure, the operation of
boiling should be repeated. Special
pains should be taken to keep the meat
under the brine at all times. A perfor
ated top or false cover;or a frame work,
should rest on the meat and be weighted
down by a clean stone. If these pre
eautions are employed the liability of
spoiling will be very slight.
TH1onY OF CnOP ROTATION.-It is no W
generally admitted that iotation of crops
is rendered necessary not as formerly
supposed because the k oil l'ecomes ex
hausted of some necessary element, or
because unwholesome for that particular
plant, owing to pottocous exoreta left
by the roo s, but because insects and
and diseases accompany the plant which
are special to it, the eggs or spores of
spores of which are left in the soil to
attack the same crop in the next fol
lowing year with hnndreafold increase
of numbers and power. Pi ofessor Bes
sy, of the lowa Agricnltural ColleRe,
shows how this is the case with smut,
which grows up through all the interior
of a wheat plant and finally develops its
spores within the bran casing of the
gram, filling it rot with flour, but with
innumerable black, stinking seeds of
the parasite which, when set free, float
out and stick fast to sound grains of
wheat and also to particles of the soil,
where they lie ready to enter into the
circulation of the next year's growth of
wheat plants, unless killed by steeping
the polluted seed in blue vitriolsolut.ou
and drying off with lime. As to the
polluted foil it is purified from the con
minatioa only by using it for some other
crop on which the smut plant cannot
YOUNG Tnuits.-Young trees planted
in the spring should be watched and
their form regulated by pinching the
the shoots that push too vigorously,and
by breaking off the shoots which start
where branches are not i e adel. A litt~e
care given to trees while young will
make later pruning unnecessary. A
grait should be regarded as a tree plaii..
ted in another tree, instead of in the
soil, and its growth, needs to be regula
ted by proper pinching. Often the
growth from a bud will be very vigor
ous. If the top of this be pinched, it
will become stocky and throw out aide
THrEnE is a vast difference in the fla
vor of eggs. Hens fed oa clean, sound
grain and kept on a clean grass run give
much finer flaiored eggs than these
that have access to stable and manure
heaps and cat all kinds ot filthy fcod.
Hens feeding on the oily species of lish
and onions flavor their eggs accordingly
the same as cows eatinig onions or cab
L age or drinking offensive water impart
a bad taste to milk and butter.
THEs value of charcoal as a fertiier is
that it a bsor bs ammonia fr om the atmnos
phere, and gives it out as the l oots of
plants require. it also improves the
land meeonanienhly, and from its dark
c olor holds the heat of the Bull, making
the land u armi and early. The remains
of old charcoal pits fully attest its fer
tilizIng qualities for manny years there
THEn length of thue that a young hei
-fer keeps in milk after her first calf is
likely to measure her staying qualities
for all after-life. For this reason young
lielfers should have their first call in
the full. By good care and ensilaged
food in winter an abundant flow can
be established, which can more easily
be kept up the next summer. If heiferrs
calve in thle spring they are very liable
to go dry early in it e next full.
SUZEFLOWEs. --Sun flower seed is one
of the best egg-producing foods known
for poultry, Leoping them in a thriving
condion and largely increasing the
production of eggs. Every poultry
raiser who tries it will tind that this
seed is excellent for glossing the plum
age of fowls, and is almost indispensa
ble to those who want to fit their
birds for exhibition to the best advan
No Lios, No tonsa.-Whe feet and
legs of horses require more care than
the rest of the body. Tihey must not
be allowed to stand in flich and moist
ure, and in grooming a horse the feet
and legs inust be as thoroughly brushed
and ceaned as a co~at. A little oil-cake
meal mixed with the food will give a
IT is much better to feed young pigs
ofteni than to surfeit them at one feeding.
Variety adds much to the progress ol the
young animal,and at this season growth
is more desirable than fat.'
FAnuanS should see to it that the col
lars which their horses wear fit them
pr operly. Too often the farmer is ignor
ant on the subject and puts too large or
too small collar on his horde.
Tus growing animals intended for
beef, require a little exercise daily, to
promote muscle and slrength of consti
tution; when ripe, only so much as to
be able to walk to the market.
PoTrAToas.--As soon as potatoes com
mence to blossom all cultivation should
cease, because If the earth is stirred al
ter that time a large number of small
Asou-; Homrar. - Black stockings
still prefail for general use, but there
is an effort to revive the fashion of hav.
ing the hosiety match the dress. Solid
colors with embroidery in open designs
and in thick work are choteu for
handsome silk stockings, fine balbrig
gans and for those of lisle thread; the
embroidery begins at a point on each
side and widens until it almost meets
on the instep, and this needlework, as
well as the plainest clocks,must be color
of the stocking-not in contrast to It.
For the street, black gray, navy blue,
emerald green and aark cardinal-not
scailet-are the colors most used. To
match suits there are golden brown
stockings with tan color, seal brown,
bronze, Judic, mouse and bliae gray.
For evening toilets are flesh tints, sal
mon and pale coral; pearl white stock
ings are worn only by bides. Ribbed
silai stockings cling to the limb, and
are warm enough for out-of door use in
winter; raw silk stookings are also for
stret use, and with fleece linings are
comfortable in the coldest weather.
Ribbed Balbriggan hose, made of the
fine sea island cotton, are shown in all
the dark colors, with white solos that
have a fresh and cleanly appearance ;
these are especially liked in black, navy
blue, seal brown and cardinal. Oash.
more stockings are soft and warm, and
are preferrea to those of mermo, 18
they do not shrink; it is puor economy
to buy low priced wool stockings, as
they ara not well shaped.are badly dyed,
and do not wear well. The most lux
urious at. ckings are mixtures (f camel's
hair and silk, with the toes and heels
entirely o1 silk. Misses' stockings of
wool or of cotton match the dark coior
of the dress or else they are black.
French cashmere stockings of dara
colors with white cotton feet are chos
en for children. Boys wear long ribbed
stockings, either navy blue, gray or
black. Fine wool stockings for very
small children are now woven double
over the knees.
Tim New York florists, recently dec.
orated with plants and flowers on a
large seals for a wedding. The style
carried out was decidedly English. The
reception room, where the bridal party
stood, was one bower of noble palms,
tree-ferns, and foliage plants. (iroup
ings of blooming plants were inter
spersed among the ornamental leaved
ones, and masses af selected out flowers
Weto so placed as to giye the loveliest
effects. The entire house, which was
a spacious one. was so dressed with
tropical growth that it was like one
vant conservatory. The ceremony took
place in the parlor, the bridal couple
standing in a bower of palms. They
knelt before a cordon of Japanese ferns
and clustered roses. Vines of fernts and
the "classic laurel" garlanded the mir
rors. The mantles were massed with
maidenhair ferns and pink roses, and
over one of them was a spider most ar
risticaiy made of the fern called Neph
rolepsis Falestica. Undar this mantle
was a bed of white roses, edged with
clusters of brilliant crotens. An innt -
vation of the usual fashion was the
hanging of the bridal bell in the corri
dor. Another bell of flowers swung
from a coil of roses at the entrance to
an adjoinng parlor. A slipper oi
roses was suspended before a mirror.
Horns of plenty and bows and arrows
dropped from among the towering
foliage plants. This decoration was a
royal one and on a scale rarely equalled.
UnINrn and lunch parties are occu
pying the attention of the florista a good
deal nowadays, Pretty little baskets,
as many as there are guests, or a" there
are tables, if small tables are set, are
usually called for, and these are filled
with the choicest flowers, in fi ee and
natural arrangements. Such odd de
signs in baskets, as pitchers, threc
legged pots, tea-kettles, wieeclbarrows,
etc., na preferred by some, whule
others choose handle baskete, and then
decorate them with ribbons. Some
times elegant belt bunches for each in
dividual are also ordered, and one or
more large baskets of flowers for the
cntre er ends of the table, and else
where. The individual favors are by
some wanted to be composed each of a
different flower, or else with some par
ticular flower or olor predominating.
Then when their use runs up into doa
ens or scores, suoh a galaxy of exquisite
floral bunches produces an effect that
is charming in any apartment.
WHEnE carpets cannot readlyg be
taken up and shaken, they may be very
much brightened and freshened by be
ing wiped with a mop wrung from
warm water. The water should be
frequently changed. If the mopping
precedes and follows thorough sweep
ing but little dust will be raised in the
room. With the aid of a mop wringer
this may be easily done without wet
ting even the finger tips, anct the mop.
ping will be less tiresome than sweep
ing. A little ox-gall or ammonia in
the water will brighten the colors, if
a carpet sweeper is used the carpet may
be entirely cleansed without raising a
particle of dust, though it is well to
cover bric-a-brae while the work is go
MAnauxMiLLOW DnoPS.--Dissolye one
half pout~d of gum arabic in one pInt
of water ; strain and add one-half pound
white sugar, and place over the fire
stirring constantly until the syrup is
dissolved and of the coinsistency of
honey ; then add gradually the whites
of four eggs, well beaten. Stir the
mixture unil it becomes somewhat
thin and does not adhere to the finger.
Flavor to taste, and pour all Into a
Pan, slightly dusted with powdered
starch, and when cool divide into small
To roll molten iron or steel in a liquid
state, a rolling mill has been proposed
in which the rolls are to be cast hollow,
so a to receive a current of water
which will maintain a sufficiently low
temperature. Thie metal is to run
from a "hopper," or distributor, and
fall between the rolls, becoming~ cool
on contact with them. It is supposed
that this method of rolling will have
the effect of freeing the metal of any
gases which it may contain.
To remove paper labels from old bot
tles, wet the face of the label with
water, and hold lt for an instant over
any convenient flame. The steam pen
etrates the label at onee, and softtens
WHNui it becomes necessary to stop
an engine with~ a heavy fire in the
furnace, place a layer of fresh coal on
the fire, shut the damper, and start the
injector or pump for the purpose of
keeping up the circulation in the boit
IT isn't that the tibuttle family has
a particularly hearty supper. "I say,
Mrs. S.," said Job, the other evening,
"this is a somewhat light and decided
ly frugal repast." "I know it, Job;
but you see I had nothing btlit skim
milk for the toast-" "Oh, I see. You
toasted the sidm and poured the milk
over it. The idea is worthy of preserva
tion in the immoital pages of a cook
An Lid butcher way out In Alissoun,
With neuralgia, he suffered hike fury.
St. Jacobs Oil banished
The pain which all vanished
And prevented a coroner's jury.
A cranky ol man named Blake,
Says St. Jacobs Oil "takes the cake,"
He gave it one test.
And says its the best,
Cure m the world for backache.
A sOrDY individual who applied for
alms at a house in town a few days
ago said he was a "victim of the Javan
eruptions-" The lady of the house
looked at his nose and asked if 'Javan"
and whiskey were not synonymous
terms ? Then she tied loose the dog,
and as the tramp hujried off, his lan
guage sounded like an Irish eruption.
A anie Not Beoyond Help.
Dr. M. H1. Hinsdale, Kenawoe, Ill., ad.
visos us of a romarkable case of consuip
tion. ie ays: "A nelghbor's wife was at
tacked with violent lung disease, and pro
nounced beyond help for quick consumption
As a last resort the family was persuaded
to try Dr. Win. Hall's Balsm for the Lungs.
To the astonishment of all, by the time she
had used one half dozon bottles she was
about the house doing her own work."
AN exchange says that a large deposit
of * conundrum" has been discovered in
Lehigh county. Managers of minstrel
shows should repair thither at once
and procuro a stock of fresh conun
drums. The discovery will fill a long.
felt want; though it is bar ly possible
that the intelligent compositor has con
verted "corundum" into conundrum.
And night damis generate naarial lilsorlers
andi rhenmnattsn in tIboxe oliog'ed to be abiroad In
them. The farm leborer, (lie early rising artisan,
and the night toiler, lind in Ilosteller's Stomach
Biters a getual protetton agaiust the effe,-ts of
exposure to the weather and damp or fNtid air,
an I al io a pleasant naians of counteracting the
effects of excessive fatigue of weariness, induced
by the lack of a due neasuure of "nature's sweet
restorer"-sleep. They who work early sad late
the year round need, oeaslonally, the healthful
stimutlus imparted by a wholesome tonic lkto this.
To all its purity and enieloncy as a- remedy and
preventive of disease commend It. It checks
lpient rheuinatimu anl malarial symptomis, re
lieves constipation dyspepsia antI billuusness,
arrests premat tire decay of the physleal energies,
mut-gatesthe Iiirtmtles of age a.id hastens con
A BosTON lady says that women who
have husbands to support must make
them work. She is a milliner, and
while she averages $2000 a year at her
business, her husband cooks, washes
and irons equal to any woman in town.
She says if husbands won't work,
women will have to consider them as
luxuries which they mubt do without.
Fraoin Muij.r Dawins, Military Instructor,
Mt. Pleasant Academy, Sing Sing, N. Y.:
Dairing the very cold weather I was suffer
mng with Uatarrh. My head and throat
ached s(o severely that I was obliged to
keep quiet. Ely's Cream halm was
suggested. W ithin an hour from the first
application I felt relieved, the paIn began
to subside. In a few days I was entirely
cured. W. A. Downs. (Price 50 eta.)
"Oh, my I" said an old lady, who
fell out of bed in a Boston hotel night
before last;: "I've hurt the exterior of
my spinal column." "Good enough--I
mean by gracious I" said her husband,
sitting bolt upright in bed, "we'll sue
the proprietor for damages."
Walnut Leaf 1atr Restorer.
It is entirely different from all others. It is
as cleai'las water, and as its name indicateahi
a perfect Vegetable Hair Restorer. It will im
mediately free the head from all dandruff,re
st~ore gray hair to its natural color, and pro
duce a new growth where it has fallen o. It
does not in any manner affect the health,
which sulp~hur, sugar of lead and nitrate of
silver prepatrationis have done. It willeharnge
lighteor faded hair in a few daya to a beautiful
glossy brown. Ask your drugglst forlit. Each
bottleis warrantedt. SMITH, K LINE & Co.
Wholesale Agents, Philadelphia, Pa. and
V. N. CIUTTISNTON. New York.
As to people saying a few 1(dle words
about us, we lust not mind that any
more thaii the old chutrch-steeplo minds
the rooks eawing abot it.
wh'leu you vIsit or leave New York City, save
naggaige Expressage and Carriage litre and stop
at tue tr,and Union Hotel, opposite Orandl Ceni
Elegant rooms, fttled up at a cost of one
mil~lon, d'laturs. reduced' to $1 andi upwartls per
day. Europtean Pin. Elevator. Itestauirat
suipp'ied with (lie besl. Ilorsei cars stages an~d
e.evalcd rdiroadi to all dlepots. Famnilies can live
ihetter for less money at the Granti Union flotel
than at anty (tiler fir.,t-elass hotel in the city.
. Ie that wants good sense Is unhappy
mhaving iearilng, for he has thereby
more ways of exposing himself.
Give It a trial. Dr. Graves' Heart
Regulator will cure heart Disease. Price
$1, 6 for $5. by druggste.
Wisdom is the talent of btuying vir
tuous pleasulres at the cheapest iate,
Dr, Kline's (ireat Iserve iaestorer is ise marvej
of the age for all nerve dIseases. All fits stopped
ff00. Send to 921 ArSh treet. Phlisdelphia. Pa.
Ladies andi chikiron's boots and shoes
cannot run over If Lyon's Patent Hieel
atliffeners are used.
Truth is as Impossible to be soiled by
any otutward touch as the sunbeam.
The pills are warraeted bobs PUlIELY yege.
table, free from all mineral and othef poisonous
Iubstances. They are a certain cure for Coensu
ptlon, Slek Heuadache, Dyspepsia Dilhousneas,
Trd lvr, Losof Appetta allase
LIver', Stonatarh, Bowels or
They remove all ebhtructions from the channels
of the system and purify the blood thereby urn
parting health, strength and Rlgor. hold by drug.
giuts, or sent bg miail for to centa in stamps by
P. NEUSTAEDTER & CO.,
83 Meroer St., New York,
Sole Maunfnetrersof RT. BIERNARD) VEGB.
lend for circular.
I bmnir s'mban wil cur .--. c..... c
. FaoM two points of view: "Well, if
he isn't the most oontemptible p -
men." "My dear air, don't get exe ted.
Mr. Highatone speaks very h in
deed of you," "Oh, does he? Well, he
always was a very clever fellow. Then
he speaks highly of me?' "Yes indeed.
When he speaks of you he raises his
voice to the highest pitch- ." 'He
does, does he? Then I'm not going to
reverse my opinion of him."
The Weaker sex.
are immnsoly strengthened by the use of
Dr. R. V. Pierce's "Favorite Presoriptilon,"
which cures all female derangement, and
gives tone to the system. Sold by drug
A GaNmuEMAN wanted some plumbing
done in his house and asked the plumb
er to give an estimate of the cost of the
v'et me see," mused the plumber
"one and one are two, four into three
you can't; I'll do the job for $800."
TiTED ny TiiEi. For Throat Diseas.
es, Colds, and Coughs, DiowN's BRoN.
CJnIAL TRocnus have proved their ef
foiacy by a teat of many years. Price
Amiability Is the sunshine of the soul,
which causes smiles to bloom on the
lips and expands the heart as the rays
of tihe sun open the buds of the rose.
Y. uig and middle-aged nen, suffering
frAoi toervous debility and kindred affec.
tiot1, a0s loss of umemory and hypochondria,
siouid inclose three statmps for Part VII of
'ar'l'%s !l- p -nsary Dse Series of pain
10 '" -. A 1-1- Wo 0's DISPENSARY
MNIlau At. .wIA'ION. Buffalo, N. Y.
Every Christian should be a man of
courage and constancy, true to his con
victions, and ever ready to stand up
for the right in the face of every
Advice to Consumptives.
On the appearance of the first symptoms
as general debility, loss of appetite, pallor,
chilly sensations, followed by night-sweats
and cough - prompt measures of relief
should be takein. Consumption is acrofu
lous disease of the lungs :-therefore uso the
great anti-scrofula, or blood-purifier and
strength - restoror,-Dr. Pierce's "Golden
Medical Discovery." Superior to Cod liver
oil as a nutritive, and unsurpassed as a
Ectoral. For weak lungs, spitting of
blood, and kindred affections, it has no
equal. Sold by druggists. For Dr Pierce's
treatise on consumption send two stamps.
WORLD'S DIsPENsARY MEDICAl, Asso
CIATION, Buffalo, N. Y.
A great deal of wit often makes us
wicked, cruel and unjust; it causes
tormenting jealousies, deceptions which
spoil our triumphs, and a pride which
is never satisfied.
Doubtru things ,nay be uncertaln, but the
absolute is like 9 and 2 make 4. "Anakesis" has
earned the title of an absolute infallible cure for
pilies by 25 years of successful experience. It i
trie invention of an experienced physician, has
been fully endorsed by ill Rehools of Meutnie
and above all it has been without an equal on a
continents for a quarter of a century. That it will
reLeve pain at once an-i cure piles may be tesed
without cost by sentllug to P1. Neustilter and Co.,
Box 2416 New York City for free sainples.
le who observes the speaker more
than the sound of words will seldom
meet with disappointment.
Thousands, yes, millions, f bottles o.
Carbohme have been sold, and the sale still
goes on. If there were no merit mn this
great natural hair renewer do you suppose
that the people would still buy, as they
ctinue to do.
The man who can not blush, and has
no feelings of fear, has reached the
acme of impudence.
Fon Dvsi'MrasA, tNDto~S-rrori, deprestsiont of sp:r
its andi general debility,ln themt various forms; also
as a pirevetive against fever and anue and ether
intermittent fevers, thme "Ferro-Phesphoratcc
Elixir of Calasaya" m'ade by7 Caswetl,Hazard & Co.,
New York. and sold by aliiDrtiggists, is the best
tonic, and for pattents recovering from fever or
other sickness, if ties no equal.
Ah, how unjiust to nature and himself
is a thoughtless, thatnkless, inconsistent
Millions tiave died wvith Bright's kid ney
disease and rheutnatic diseases. Dr. El
more is the first to disicover a cure. He hams
treated thtousands with his Rtheumatine
Goutaline and never lost, a case. It always
--Sixteen hotels in Chicago are assess
ed at $6,500,000. The theaters of the
city are valuted at about $800,000.
Chroliih'~on collars and cuffs are cheapest
in t ho long run. They wear longer than
any othcr, and you save coat of washing.
--1t is estimated that $5,000,000, are
annually lost In Kansas by the unine
cessary exposure of farming tools.
Emory's Little Cathartic Pill-best
made for Liver Complaint and Biliousness.
Tasteless. harmless. infallible. 15c.
It is very muro to Ihnd ground which
produces nothing; if it is not covered
with flowers, fruit-trees and grain, .lt
produces briers and p~ines. It Is the
same with man-if he is not virtuous,
he becomes Yicious.
The greatest ECngine in the world it. the
new Baxter portable, in use all over the
world. Descriptivye airculars free, Add reas
J. C. Todd, 17 Barclay St., New York.
--The area of Dakota Territory -Is
96,500,000 acres, or just four times that
of the State of Ohio. 11er population Is
a quarter of a million and constantly
Fret effectuat, then good to take, tht'n
cheap-Piso's Cure for Consumption.
Nature has thrownt a veil of modest
beauty over mnaidenihood and moe)5
Dr. Graves' Heart Regulator ie a Cuine
for Heart isease in all its formr. l1%I e
$1. 0 for $5. by druggists.
The more deep and thorough our
knowledge on any subject the more
humble hf our estimate of tilat knowl
edge. We then see heights to whicen
we have not attained, and depths
which we have not fathomed.
HOREHOUND &r TAR
A Wonderfidl Cure fitr Cough,
Colds, Bronchltle andi
or hroic, and BRERA KS P
COLDS likmagio]_I? CURR.', n .fact, .'.hre
other semredies Aa failed.
WI.or Craup and Wheoptng Cough.
Pie~ oothache rops Curo In O~ne Minute.
Geran ia CoaRmv ie rtia an4 bunIons.
'Tates consistin the power of juid g
lng; genius in the power ot arxmoutlvm
Prepare yourselves for the world as
the Grecian athletes used to do for their
exercises; oil your mind and your
manners to give them the necessary
suppleness and flexibility, Strength
alone will not do.
T HE (UtAI UtiMAP
I.elIleves atid cures
Soreness, Cuts, Bulsea
I SW RNS, SCALDS,
And all other bodily ache
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE
Hol Ii' 0(1)), n~l l)Rcg'iti. S130
D I irectiuns Iln 11
The Charles A. Vogeier Co
. lilli (Uwoessore to A. YOO ERIB A 00.)
IThis porouis jolanter Is
Hand hearty action
PLASTERcuring La 4
Crick in the Back, bide or Hip, Neuralgia, Stitt Jointe
and Muscles, Suo Chest Kidney Troubles and all pains
or aches etier loel or <opseatad. ItH othes, Strength
ens and Stimulates the parts. The virtues of hops comn
binod with gums-clean and ready to apply. Bulierlr to
linimniuts, lotions and salves. Price x6 cents or 6 for
$1.00. Sold by dru.~
git ad Aountry CREAT
stores. Mailed on MoIAA
acipt of price. Hep
Raster Company, ProIlSUCC ESS
prietors, Boston, Mass.
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tr- Thoboat family pill nado-Ilawley's Stomach and
Liver Pills. 25%. Pleaant in action and easy to take
A SPECIFIC FOR,.
W ' EPILEPSY, SPASMS, "1e
CONVULSIONS, FALLING SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS DANCE, ALCHOHOLISM,
OPIUM EATING, SYPHILLIS,
SOROFULA, KINGS EVIL,
UGLY BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
NERVOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE,
RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BRAIN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
mW$.50 per bottle at druggsts."Wu
Thp Dr. S. A. Richmond Med., Oo., Prop'rs.
Corrcspondcnce frccly answered by physicians.
For testimonials and circulars scnd stamp.
' C. N. CRITENTON, Agent, New York.
CATAn R R HEll's Gream Balm
tiu wil be 11or.
REM BNUE segactlyceans
~NP~i~ allays lnhlammnation,
I(AYFEVER ' prt*'l o asal
pasgea tr')m ad.
plutely heals tiLe sores
ani restores taste
-', and swuell. A few
ciwe- Agreu eat
AY-FEVER use Send for circ
b mal orat da gits. lar. Price 60 cents
dLY BROT ~tS, Druggists, Owego. N. V.
t 5to 82m"e ta
*ET S STOPPEDFS REAE
/sv att BasteN & Nw*stv, V535S R s ave
INeAt.SS if ea as drected 4 eFt s/tee
Pit p~ns they payingexpnress chargese o, re
reiteved Seo nianm e c . 0. s d epsaddress 01
ivngtgas 52BWA RE 0 JMII' ATING FL4I L/.
.4rest and best rendor h
disees, and onlyra corat -
les ass irglt'udnat am d'saiom I n : iek- n~
fom ma1 ryemaIcd dis<rdirsa n 2 to1 weisi.l
Purl iotani reharniloss a nle't 1ri.
uaniase inore. Anas & kh. ng~ Wtla s.
siig Pictori) B ooks and tils.Piest
nremnRinreenat. NArrONAr. Pen.f(in. Piliata 1)..
P. W. ZIEEGLEEE & C~O.. Pmiauleithia. Pa.
(1irculare free. V ALEtN'l 'N Elllt)t. anuvli.
The Oreatest Blo4
RHEUMATISM CURED. S0E0FUL
Roowmerg, N. Y,, Apr. 6th,'88.POTBON
N ee a greatsuf- ~tTs~eR,
ferer from Rheumatism for six I had been do
Iears ana hearing of the anaa or four yeasw
to glve It a trialItn my own case, 0(a ii, bill found
and I cheerfuly ay that I have commenced tal
lean wel with ent yi e fmm uier It I
frmpain, and mny general health Continuing Its t
p.'cy insh im provedl Itblse I foun myself
Snd debilItated sstem. ne equaL.
E. CHESTE PARK, M.L D. hiR. WIL4
Manquf'd by RNEUMATIO SYRUP Q(
'e 4.a --. a. .. -- .
- bna -,
BEEORE --AND -- AFTER
Electric Appliances art sent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLO,
0~ Oare sruiofro m M tvoua DDILITY,
LoST VITALITY, LACK ov Ntc rfoacR AND
ot, TINt R and all thos o disoases
If a P IlSONIA1 WArTnE 8 a111l"1 front Anvsus and
OTURRh CAUSES. a~ty eI ef and compllete roato
rationof IEALrn,. 1001% Ulid MA!HOOD;A RANT9ED.
The grandest dltwovery of the Niiotoenta Century.
ond at onco for lilusrtod lanphlotfro. Address
VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
It. LINi i D -i - tM -. (. ~ 3111~T I I Ci & CO.
*& I Oliasler of 66 ljoLway
Com erce. ioago. " *w t*ik.
GRAIN AND PROVISION BROKERS.
mem, ra of all Prominent Produce Exchanges in
ow Yorn. Coloredo it. Cris tm aUks
We have eclusilve privs., tewrapsb wire between
Chicato and New Y eor w orrs n our
dguieut wihen r-quatiod Men() or 1irculas con.
Ding particular. n OT. LiNDrLOM cip o
1~J~ V~l EFOE NI'NIN TIS COUNTffIY
j~ o.xx A MALLQUJA N I Tr OFIPRNIED.
London Colored Chri3tmas
and New Year's Cards.
Sizo., suicit ilichi lonw. fotir ltulhtt widot Trell cets
ech. throoc for twenty-tlvo cuut-, Sold in ugland for
dolible llwitt~lt'ny. Mol'leilrpwtnitt troe. vat roeTpt of
prim. IITJIk LUli'fI t4JiINO;CO..
Lot 2.:4.4 New Y.rk p. 0.
~~TREF TO F. A. M4. Ctraphlc Colored Engrav
ofan Aucent i ltatln Scen. froin newly ,ii roez
Egy tian Tablet. aloo, lhe large tiew iilnstrate4i
Catalogue of biaaonte betas and good@, with bottom
rices alao.an uifer of very lucrati RE b ns to
Masonic Publishere and Manufacturera, 73 11reladrayNew York,
CHRISTMAS THE YEAR ROUND.
For Bables-BABYLANDO-.- --50t a year.
For Youngest iteadors-Our Little
Men and Wornen ...............$1.00 os to
For Boys and rla-Iho Panny .....0
For the Old and Young ifru
Folks................. WIDE AWA E
$2.53a year. -
iddress I). Lothrop & ('o., Boston,Mass.
S dresM. ., box 27 Irooklyn, E. D.,Now York.
~.11flITUALI1Mf KX~PONED 1-A re'i-rkable
tikbs. licit Issuell. elltitled 6*110 T TOM
x A CTm. " the nst thoronwh and coin prolien tive
exnilflt ott of every p)late or so-called np ritual my&s.
t .msver ptiblisedec. Ie &-amp4pot n sent ftee.
Address JOHN N. TRUESDELL. Syracuse, N. Y.
jAPS. CIRlCULAUS, etc. givinlz Information about
Land". Climate. etc.. o Arkansas sent free. Ad.
a THOMAS EtSE, Land Comr, Little Rock.Ark
erANTED - LADE TOTKOU W
ac work at their home& in city or coulitry,
and ean SOto 012 per week, making goods for our
Fall and tintor Trade. Bnd 1s . for samnA ple and
plartioulars. HUDSON MFG. 00...,U5 Sixth Ave.. N. Y.
& MEETS flne writig geper, Ia blotter.
C3%0 with calendar, by mailfor 5e, Agents
anted. Zoxo nmxm Co., Newbury.
1.200 ACRES FOR SALE&i:trd etc.
f~'llhy linproved and adorned lionle tery cheap. For
particu ars apply to E. It RMI TO, Will iamspur tPa.
D e* iThinMonth . ed.
S tid l)y lio Lewis.
Dio Lewi'ill riaolh an enor
th ityear. Al.
1 Lew isis ofst
Month1y Y o
rrice Is but 12.50 ie ear. L~arge astsapeorcentage
sgo n totff . S (frraole niterms to
agents. PHAN K tSii.A.1ANl'su1,lisler.
ihibilenose, New Yot k.
Eest io the world. Get the genuine.
Every psehage has our trade-omarh
AGENTS WANTED MER mY
stok"n." it i iLan" TE o iete in 90
Wokb winc tere Is aiway a ru ariket. Send
or n a e,:tonstret d.r g
Is have a ositivo rented thr the abot dsease by it
us huan.-r.caa ~te ostkn a~k ndwork.n
a t Iywillten
D&'LT.ARK SLCM 181NFALLIBL Ew ok
?72 I~L~ Oira4o toe. auuO uou
soar n te sl e and rinesis tet f sote
I (% 1a.. I rugg
Undehr uki then eatest one nin'r ano e
sonscan tted hi biinlieif8 atl f tes
trte atet. enae tato en tte for emar
,ly M inY e & C.,SIAGO.retPiadlh
' s a A E F~APRT N.S FA."ach,'8
Othdirepho - is the boaeLn floont c erer
ula amstsome siling nural adhv o
as Pul s rfimd er owhardoffo
er, l inkr nt phaspiy he bl onstant sforte
A abTRAG t me ot ue of rhemati Syrop. I
bA BlunANa.csr ofn rheuats n1e
HEALTH IS WEALTH
Healif MY hiealth of id
In5 fGMT Em00 ?IIREMD
Pm end:MuT bone and
- ee:-= w -.
Radway's Sarsaparill Ian
Poo a afd u re. a
b66100" mare oold Of e
sorne t, t e ryoesl o pai,
The SavsapartlIlln Resolvent
inLLfe Me seurSE=1
mm atanmomy Mi upiea the nlood e
othe It e edoou denra
*r erttss oresc
4pWd, Persn livern sab or owels. sere
09eaile ow theese inoum~~s les, hoa and-81
R adwhaise eand pread elmge
ltenijncued disea e r ery ofro Site78O
oor leslm ate.1 may prelou u of ure
The ona tl on ueslvent t
Bol e den oe t i rin
Now IOAein, fteo r E4 ParToN.
YTen S itesoRoUlPe, PH oTHERs ir
nE 4ftme am OuaCH
laude, UMBOla a IAi,.
NwaeRYhimoSNerc, iEELES eS
Radwoay's Re~ ad ryReli ae
00Uk COLDps, nPRINSt eiese
In her one to twntmnutes nee a~llst Um
t eoreve in on are toro lea
no attre o ent iorn Icathe loe pin,
thar 8oeuae B in Ifier re Dp
Wnin e OS an atner
8 ]ran" a a bttleso.
Perfect, Purgatide SOs thingt, ei
INJLAMMAT 0* THU KIDNEYSd
Wen8 Pas with otrut h anAly
Roeliablfho "end or*NatraIl un
Xao in Operoatimn.
INFLAIWATIONq OF THE BLADDIO,
DINPAMMATlON OF THE BOWELS,
CONGESTION 01 THE LUNG*.
SO0= THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING,
PALPITATION OF THM EAL.,
.YFTEmICS GOUP, DIPHTHERIA,
nURALGIA, RH UMATIS
GOLD OitLKn AGUE CHILLSo
CHLATS AND FROST BIT
RUSOR LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,DG'
ornIE ar tIns nan s r elbe.
otanrmda a n t' word 0that shcue
Footan Au ana'he MAunlie s
Thre~ EDSON lo ELETRI othER feeade
Itell tha ewO omnd wtAkLEn Inter-l
faccorn tote ppretend trengmps Spnms
slastalictay o o the et ,Cl Chll s, str ad
Pinthe Bowre ls ~ l -ea yeney Clc
Wd i h e oe lsnntal *era Pans
WAY'S EADY E~l w tthem.r A oe
dRo In eFineet sikessog usufro
eki of w, r.0 Inc ete h, $2.n0hprandy
SEBiesa a siuaddnt nreepto
mne. 80d oLun larMsoldaw
elaoma n.nd atur.al *