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Ur&T ON WHEAT.— The yellow or or ange colored dust that forms on the leaves and stems shortly before reaping time, is caused by a minute fungus. The fungus plant attacks the wheat a few weeks be fore it makes its appearance, and fills the interior substance of the leaves and stems with fine threads. These threads act as roots, by means of which the fungus, or rust-plauts, obtains its nourishment from the substance of the growing wheat-plant. There is no remedy for the rust after it has once appeared upon the surface of tho wheat. The most effective preventive is blue vitriol or blue stone (sulphate of cop per), two or three ounces of this salt to a bushel of wheat. The wheat is soaked in the brine for a short time before sowing There has been much energy expended in the endeavor to find some variety of wheat that is rust-proof. Professor Brewer, who has charge ot the gram statistics in the late census, finds many districts where a varie ty of wheat has sprung up that for a year or so is almost rust-proof, but afterward it becomes infested the same as other sorts. As a precaution burn the stubble, thus de stroying many spores that would otherwise germinate and continue the pest. IN Colorado is a ten acre field, which is no more nor less than a subterranean lako covered with soil about eighteen inches deep. On the soil is cultivated a field of corn, which produces thirty bushels to the acre. If any one will take the trouble to dig a hole the depth of a spade handle, he will find it to fill with water, and by using a hook and line, fish four or five inches long may be caught. The fish neither have scales nor eyes, and are perch-like in shajte. The ground is a black marl in nature, and in all probability was at one time an open body ot water, on which accumulated veg etable matter, which had been increased from time to time, until now it has a ciust sufficiently strong and rich to pro duce fine corn, although it has to be cul tivated by hand, as it is not strong enough to bear the weight of a horse. While har vesting, the hands catch great strings of fish by making a bole through the earth. A person rising on his heel and coming down suddenly, cau see the grow mg corn shake all around him. Any one having sufficient strength to drive a rail through the crust will And, on releasing it, that it will disappear altogether. To GET RID OF ANTS. —To thoroughly rid a house of red and black ants; cock roaches, spiders, bed bugs and all crawling pests, lake two pounds of alum and dis solve it m three or four of boiling water. Let it stand on the tine till the alum disap pears; then apply it with a brush while nearly bciL ! rg hot to every joint or crevice in your closets, bedsteads, pantry shelves and the like. Brush the crevices in the floor of the skirting or mop boards, if you suspect that they harbor vermin. Cock roaches WLU flee the paint which has been washed m cool alum water. If, in washing the ceiling, plenty of alum is added to the lime, it will also serve to keep insects at a distance. IN a bad case of gapes give the chicken a pill of camphor about the size of a gar den pea. As*soon as any symptoms are manifested, give the buds water to drink which has been strongly impregnated with camphor. The treatment seems to explain itself. The gaps or gaping is caused by the presence in the windpipe of small red worms. No medic:ne can reach theno un less it does so in the form ot vapor. One hour after the chicken has swallowed the pill it smells of camphor. Camphor is a strong vermifuge, and under the above treatment the worms w \ BEARING tbe off year may be effected by shearing off all the anple blossoms or small fiuit on young trees likely to be overloaded this abundant year. The work is comparatively easy on youug trees, which as yet have small crops and are more accessible and it is more likely to produce a permanent change than an old tree with fixed habit. GRAFTS set early, in the spring should not be iDjured by sboots and suckers spring ing up Jrom the stock about them. As soon as the graft shows that it is alive, rub off al. these sprouts or shoots. If the graft should happen to die, leave the strongest shoot to grow tor re-graftiog, and rub off all the rest. Tbe same attention must be given to buds which are inserted last sum mer and the stocks cut off this spring. GRAPEVINES, pruned at the proper times will send out 100 many new sboots, which would grow and make a thick mass of branches and foliage. Rub off in time all the needless sboet*, leaving the strongest ones equally distributed along the vine, at distances from eight to twelve inches. HUNDREDS of farmers in Pennsylvania, have turned their attention to fish culture. Many have stocked ponds and streams, and in most cases they have been successful, especially with carp, and in a few years they will depend upon fish for a subsis tence as much as upon any other farm product. A SUCCESSFUL Boston florist says that be seldom fails to root slips of the most ten der and rare plantp. He credits his suc cess to a layer ot oacs placed under the usual layer of sand in which the slips are planted. When moistened they act as a stimulant and feeder to the tender roots of the slip. CRABBED corn is excellent to feed to hens in order to increase their egg laying capacity. It is not desirable to feed it as tbeir general food, but a portion of It every day will be found beneficial. Char the corn on the cob pretty thoroughly, raking care not to reduce any part of it to ashes. IT IS lamentable that so few farms have a supply of small fruits. Many farmers never have a berry of their own raising, while tbe most hardy fruit, the com non red cherry, is not all plenty, OKRA is as easily grown AS corn and re quires the same treaiment. The young, unripe pods make delicious soups, and it sliced and dried can be uced tbe year round. THE present high prices are convincing proofs that farmers have not been able to overstock the market yet. There is plenty of room for more farmers in this country. AFTER a hen has been sitting fifteen days put the eggs into a vessel of lukewarm water. Those which will hatch will stir in the water, while those not alive will lie still. ORCHARD grass and red clover make ex cellent companions, and as they grow so well together the forimr is being substitu ted for timothy by many farmers this year. THOMAS MEEHAK seys that the average life of the apple tree in Pennsylvania is about fiftyjyears. IN Trim We county, Ivy., opposite Madi son, lnd., over 100,000 peacl trees were planted this lust spring. DOMESTIC. BRAN BEDS FOR THE BABIES. —A Fre noli doctor has invented a new l>ed for babies which hoi Is them safe in its custody and prevents them from ever giving any trouble at night to their attendants. This gentleman has subjected his sys tem to the most trying of all tests, for he has applied it to all his own children, and considers that the life of one of them is entirely owing to its use. The idea is to fill the greater part of the cranio with bran and immerse the legs and part of the body of the ehild iu this nest, covering them over usual way, but fastening down the counterpane tight, so as to keep him firm iu his place. Why this change of tactics should have the effect of taking away from the infant his ususd desire to howl during a part of ev ery night is a question which we will leave nurses to explain for themselves after they have tried the system. In the meantime, until that trial has been made it is only civil to believe the testimony af Drs. Bourgeois and Vigoureux, who in two Frenoh papers of soma authority deolare that such is the invariable result. This is uot, however, the only advantago to be expected from the system Tho bran is supposed to have a warming and stimulating influenoe superior to any sort of cotton or cloth, and to allow chil dren of the more sickly kind to develop more quickly and to be sooner able to use their limbs. The inventor of the system declares that they delight iu their bran beds, and always "quit them with regret," when removed at the age of two years, to one of a different kiud. PEACH BLOSSOM CAKE. —One enp of pulverized sugar, half a cup of butter, stirred together until it looks like thick cream. One teaspoonful of soda, dis solved in half a cupful of sweet milk; beat the whites of three eggs, and put them in with two teaspooufnls of cream of tartar mixed with a teacupful of fiour; stir and add half a teaspoonful of corn starch. Flavor strongly with peach. Bake in two square sponge tins in mod erately quick oven, and when done sandwich with finely-grated cocoanut and pink sugar. Frost with clear icing, and sprinkle this with pulverized pink sugar. BRAISE CF DUCKS WITH PEAS.—Pre pare a domestic duck as for roasting. Line a small pan, just large enough for the duck, with slices of bacon; strew over the bottom a little parsley, powder herbs and lemon-peel, lay in the duck and add a few whole peppers; cover with stock and add a tablespoonful of strong viuegar; baste frequently aud simmer until done. It is a matter of choice whether the green peas be put in the pan with the duck or cooked separately. Fry two onions in butter till they are of a pale brown; boil them to a thick sauce with some of the duck gravy; season with salt aud serve with peas around the duck and the gravy thrown over. WHITE FLANNELS THE BEST. —Often we are asked the question, which is the best for health, red flannel or white? We answer white, for the following rea sons: White flannel is warmer. It con tains no artificial coloring matter, as red flannel is likely to do, aud henoe can not be a source of poisoning, as tbe latter frequently is. It is more durable, and, from the r adiness with which it shows soils, is likely to be kept more cleanly. The popn'ar notion that red flannel is a specific for rheumatism or any other dis ease. is a mistake. CHOCOLATE PUDDING. —Quart of milk, one cup of sugar, one-third of a cup of Baker's chocolate, one whole egg and yolks of three more, and two spoonfuls of corn starch. .Leave out a cup of milk to mix the ingredients. Boil those until the milk begins to thicken, then pour into your pudding dish. When cold make a frosting of the whites of three eggs used, and stiffen with sugar; a little vanilla; pour over the pudding and set in the oven three minutes. A little choc olate beaten into the frosting is also very nice. CREAM CUSTARD. —Sweeten a pint of cream with powdered white sugar; set it on a few coals, When hot stir in white wine until it curdles; add rose wa ter or essence of lemon to the taste, and turn into dessert dishes or cups. Another way of making them is to mix a pint of cream with one of milk, five beaten eggs, a tablespooniul of flour, and three of sugar; add nutmeg to the taste, and bake in cups or pie-plates in a quick oven. To PREPARE SPICED BLACKBERRIES.— To six pints of fruit take two and one half pints of sugar, one and one-half piuts of vinegar, one half ounoe of cin namon (ground), one-half ounce cloves, one-half ounce allspice and a little mace broken in small pieces. Boil the sngar and vinegar together, with the apices, putting these last into muslin bags. Then put in the berries and let them scald, not boil. A NICE BREAKFAST DlSH. —Remove the skins from a dozen tomatoes, cut tliem np iu a saucepan, add a little but ter, pepper and salt, when sufficiently boiled, beat up five or sir eggs, and just before you serve turn them into the saucepan with the tomatoes and stir one way L r two minutes, allowing them to be done thoroughly. HOP BEER. —Sugar, four pounds; hops, six ounces; ginger, bruised, fourouuees. Boil the hops for three hour* with five quarts of water, then strain, add five more quarts of water and the ginger, boil a little longer, again strain: add the su gar, and when lukewarm add one pint of yeast. After twenty-four hours it will be ready for bottling. SHERRY BISCUITS. —Take one pouud of lump sugar, eight eggs, and a suffic ient quantity of sherry wfue beat them well together, and then add a pound of flour and half aD ounce of coriander seeds. Pour the paste into buttered tins, and bake them at a gentle heat for half an hour; then turn them, and cover their surfaces with some more eggs and sugar, and replace them in the oven for another quarter of an hour. GINGER BEER. —Brown sugar, two pounds; boiling water, two gallons; cream of tartar, one ounce; bruised gin ger, two ounces. Infuse the ginger in the boiling water, add the sugar n- d cream of tart ar. When lukewarm strain; then add one-half pint of good yeast. Let it stand all night; then bottle. If desired, a lemon may be added, and it may be clarified by the white of an egg. CUCUMBER CATSUP. —Take a dozen large rip-- cucumbers, pare, cut open and remove the seeds, and grate to a pulp; place the pulp in a bag of thin muslin and hang it up to drain. Mext day re move the grated cucumber from the bag, add two or three onions and green pep pers chopped fine, a tablespoonlul of salt, mix well, aud place in a jar with sufficient vinegar to cover it. HUMOROUS. OUT at first base: A young couple on Prairie avenue had conversed long and earnestly one night last week about the weather and other thrilling subjects, and at 10.30 .Llewellen grabbed his soap dish sastor from the $75 hat rack and pre pared to go home. In the hall were some rare exotics among them a young centu ry plant, only a year old. "They are a curious flower." said Maud. "They are that," replied Llewellen. "How I would like to see one in bloom." "Would you, truly ?" inquired Maud, with a radiaut, artless look in her soft brown eyes. "Indeed I woild," said Llewellen, a wild hope springing up in his exper ienced heart. As they stood in the doorway beueath the warm, bright stars of June, and he held her snow white, jeweled hand in his hand in—his'u— Maud asked him to oall again. Llewel len ventured to squeeze the tiny, unre sisting hand. "Yes, call," she said softly, and sweetly, and tenderly, "call again, Llewellen—when the century plaut blossoms." Kltn>y Complaints, of all descriptions are relieved at once,and speedily cured by Kidney-Wort. It seems intended by nature for the cure of all dis eases of the kidneys caused by weakness and debility. Its great tonic powers are especially directed to the removal of this class of diseases. We know of persona that have suffered for thirty years that have been permanently cured by taking Kidney-Wort a short time. Try it, either liquid or dry.— Sun. BOOIKTT item: Young Hostetter Mc. Giuiiis, one of the fashionable young bloods of Austin, took a young lady to church bust Sunday evening. As ho had been up quiet late the night before, he was very sleepy, consequently he did not flirt with the fashionable young lady, as he had heretofore been in the habit of doing in church. "What is the matter with you?" she asked in a wisper. "I'm not feeling well," he whispered back. "You wake up and giggle a little any how. If we don't misbehave ourselves in church, people will think we are mar ried aud I want you to understand I've got a reputation to sustain." After that Hostetter McGinnis and the young lady acted so improperly that the sexton had to go aud whisper to them to keep quiet. It seems impossible that a romedy made of such common, simple plants as flops, Buchu, Mandrake, Dandelion, &?., should make so many and such great cures as flop Bitters do ; but when old and young, rich and poor, pastor and doctor, lawyer and e-litor, all testify to having been cured by them, you must believe aud try them yourself, and doubt no longer. GRAXOF.R statistics: A prominent gran ger from Onion CreekVus in Austin yes terday. Desiring to obtain some reliable figures about the oat crop, we asked him if he could tell us precisely how many acres he had in oats and how many bushels he raised to the acre. I can't give you the precise figures, but I raised a heap, sold right smart and I've got a powerful lot left. VEGKTINB —The great success of the Yegeiiue as a cleanser and purifier of the blood is shown beyond a doubt by the great nu mbe re who have taken it, and re - ceived immediate relief, with such remark able cures. RELIGIOUS: Last Sunday as an Austin clergyman was wending his way to the sanctuary he saw a boy with a fishing pole over his shoulder going in the op posite direction, "Don't yon know you are a bad boy?" "Yes, sir." "Don't your father ever punish yau?" Yes, sir ; last summer he made me go to Sunday school twice." Catarrh of the Bladder. Btloging. smarting, irritatiou of tbe nrinary passages, diseased discbarges, cured by Uu obnpaiba $1 at druggist*. Prepaid by ex press. $1.25, 6 for $5. E. 8. WELLS, Jersey City, N. J. WOMEN'S temper and the stock market are very uncertain. Vegetine A SPLENDID MEDICINE. Heart and Kidney Disease, Female Weakness. GRTOOSTILLE, 111., July 25, 1878. H. R. STEVENS, BOSTON : Dear 81r.— I was afflicted with Heart and KHU ney IHsease. and other Female Weakness, and doctored with several physicians and received no benefit, nntil I tried your Vegetine, and after taking two bottles I was completely cured, and have been a healthy woman ever since, although lamln my sixty-sixth year. Ido heartily recom mend it as a splendid medicine to all afflicted as I have l>een, aud I bless the day thai It Jell into my hands, MRS. MARIA IIOBSON. GENERAL DEBILITY. CLINTON, IOWA., Oct. 9,1878. 11. R. STEVENS, BOSTON : Dear Sir,—l am happy to annonnce to the pub lic, that I have used Vegetine In my family with the beat of results, and can recommend it to all those who wish a simple and effective remedy. It has been used In our family in the East for years as the best medicine for a 4 *Blood ITirlfler." In my case it was used as a oure for (ienei-al Debility and after using several bottles, found my health fully restored. FRED H. BARNARD. Formerly resided at East Canaan, N. H. BLOOD PURIFIER. CEDAR RATIUS, IOWA., Oct. 16,1878. H. R. STEVENS, BOSTON: I have used the Vrgetlne, for the last six months, and have found it to l>e the best Bloou Purifier I ever used. It has helped me very much and I can recommend It to the public. MRS. S. W COLE. Vegetine. IS TUB BEST Spring and Summer Medicine. Yegetine is Sold by All Druggists. PILES ANAKESIB Er, S. Silsbee's External Pile Remedy Give instant relief and la an 1 nfallible CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES. Bold bj pruwdßta everywhere. Price, fl.oo per bo* prepatdby rzm. Sanjfilca sent free to and adl sufferers, by P.Ncustaedfter & Co- Box SOK, Vew York City. Sole manufacturers of "AnaketU." sd7 A MONTH and board In your county. Men or * # Ladies. Pleasant business. Address, p. W ZIEULER k CO.. Box %. Philadelphia, Pa. OSCAR'S rival: There is an old bean at Austin, Colonel Prettiinan, seventy-five years old, but he is as spry as anybody and is firmly persuaded he is the hand somest man in the city. He was present at a little sexual gathering a few nights ago, when the lecture of Oscar Wilde at San Antonio came up for discussion. It was also stated that he was a very hand some man. "Oscar is not ouly handsome, but they say he oarries a pistol to shoot the first man he sees whom he thinks is handsomer than he is himself," remarked one of the party, "Is that so ?" gasped Colonel Prettiinan, turning pale, 4 and here I have gone and bought a ticket to go over to San Antonio to here him lec tiire." _ Two-Tlilrda of* Hot tie Cares. Dr. R, V. PIABOK, Buffalo, N. Y.: Dear Str —l have been taking your "Favorite Prescription" for 41 female weakaess." Be fore I had taken it two weeks I began to feel stronger. I have taken two-thirds ot a bottle and believe 1 am cured. Gratefully, Mas. 1L 0. Lov KIT, Watseka, 111. ELHCTRICAL: 44 1t is hardly fair in you to steal my thunder," as the cloud remarked to the lightning-rod. 44 01 i, I shall draw it mild," the rod replied. Sick aud bilious headache, and all de rangements of stomach and bowel% cured by Dr. Pierce's 'Tjileta"—or anti-bilious granules. 26 cents a vial. No cheap boxes to allow waste of virtues. By drag gists. . ICONOCLASTIC photography: The horse has always been spoken of as the noble animal; but the instantaneous phot/>- graphs which have been made of him threaten to bring him into well-merited contempt. You can't respect an auimal who looks like a kangaroo with a broken back. Throat, Bronchial and Lung DUMMI a specialty. Hend two stamps for large treatise giving self treatment. Address WORLD'S DISPENSARY MEDICAL MUSEUM, Buffalo, N Y. YOUNO man (wishing young lady to notioe his embayo mustache) 4 4 Well, I've been trying to raise a mustache for the last two weeks." Young lady— "I am sorry you had it shaved off before I saw it." Young man faints. Shan't 1 take a Blue l'lll? No, don't take it and run the risk of mercurieil poisons, but whoa bilious and constipated gel a package of the c dehrated Kldaey-Wort, and it will speedily cure you. It is nature's great remedy for con stipation, aud for all kidney and liver dideases. It acts promptly on these great organs and so rest res health, strength and vigor. It is put up iu liquid and dry form, both acting with equal efficiency. Price sl. See m MUSICAL: 44 YOU are as full of airs as a music box," is what a young man said to a girl who refused to let him see her home. ''That may be," was the reply, 4 'but I don't go with a orank." GENTLEMEN —Your Hop Bitters have been of great value to me. 1 was laid up with typhoid fever for ova- two months and coold get no relief until I tried your Hop Bitters. To those suffering with debility or any one in feeble health, I cor dially recommend thera. J. C. 8 fOETZEL, 638 Fulton at, Chica go, Ilk 4 POWER of prayer: "Are we going to have rain soon?" asked a Presbyterian farmer of one of the brethren. "Well, I did think so," returned the party ad dressed, "an til I heard Deacon Richard, son praying for it at the meeting last night." Why Suffer from Atluin. Not temporary relief only but a perma nent cure may be had by using Knight's A3thma Care, and treatment. Mr. Knight himself was an intense sufferer from Aa thma for 15 years, and is a well man to day from the use of the remedy he dis covered. See advertisement in another column. The testimony is strong and genuine. Others may obtain relief from their suffering as well as these. ilay Fever may be prevented by taking this medicine In season, or can be cured even after the attack has commenced. A RATIONAL question: "What is the national fishery question?" pompously exclaimed an orator; and a squeaking voice in the audiense responded: ' 'lt is, 'Have you got a bite?' " Permanently. WILMINGTON, Del., August 18, 1882, fl. H. WAKNKU & Co. : Sire— I have used your Safe Kidney and Liver Cure for difficulty in the urinary organs, and. so far as the human foresight can judge, have been permanently cured. JOHN BKITTON. UP a"i<l down: We are always pleased to hear of a young man settling down, but it givee us far more pleasure to re cord the fact of his settling up. Why ij Mrs. Lvdia E. Pinkbam's Vege table Compound like the Mississippi river in a spring freshet f Because the immense volume of this healing river moves with such momentum that it sweeps away all obstacles and is literelly floxlingthe coua try. iMi A MAN living in the country finds ligituing-rods on the house to be a great protection. They keep lightuing-rod peddlers from calling. A MANUFACTURER advertises "The strongest and cheapest bed in the mar ket." He must mean an onion bed. The only natural Lair renewor is CarlK*- ine, a deodorized extract of petroleum, prepared without distillation or rectifica tion with acids or alkalies, containing no miueral or other poisons, delightfully per fumed and as clear and pure as spring water. WORDS are the adulterated skim milk of life, whi'e example is the pure cream. Pure cod liver oil. from selected livers, on the seashore, by Caswell, Hazard & Co., N. Y. Absolutely pure and sweet. Pa tients who have once taken it prefer it to all others. Physicians declare it superior to all other oils. Chapped hands, face, pimple? and rough skin cured by using Juniper Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.. New York. A sF.at we never like to be caught in— deceit. Dr. RJiue's (Treat jNerve Restorer is the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases. All fitH stopped free. Bend to 931 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa. A BARBER ought to be able to hold his hone. DOES a standing army ever sit down ? *MJ£WOMAN OF WOMANI LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S . VS&BTABLS COMPOUND. A Cm for .11 FEMALE WEAK. NKHHKH, lor India# Leneorrb<RA, if re<rul or end Palnfal Menstruation, Inflammation and Ulceration of the Womb, Flooding, PRO LAPSUS UTERI, 4L*. to the taste, eflkacious and Immediate TN ltd effnet. It la a great help In pregnancy, and re- Have* pain during labor and at regular periods rinsimss rs* RRGJ® rurm iuins IT VHCELT. IWFOB ALL> WLAXMAWIS of the generative orf ant of either SES, It t* **oml to no remedy that has ever been before the public | and for all diseases of the Kmmm tt to the Qnattst Remedy in tie Wortd. FY KIDNEY UOMPIAAIETS of Bltlier Rex Find UREAL Relief In Its Use. LYDIA E. PINEDA**!* BLOOD PRBIFIER wfll eradicate every vtlE ef HUM ere from the Blood, af the (tame time win give FOAE and iSrength to Ibesystcm. A* marvellousla result, S the Compound. CTRDETH the Compound AND FLOOD Purifier are pre pared at 03 and 233 Western AVENUE, Lynn, Moos. Price ef dth.-r, FL. 81a BOULIA for $6. The Compound la —FT hy mall tn the form of ptil*. er of lozenge*, on reoelpi of ptew, |1 pee boa for either. Mrs Plnkhom freely answers all LETH-ie of inquiry. Rncloee 3 cent stamp. Bend for pamphlet. Mat tin tfus Ajxr. M.TTWA B. PTNTHAKN lgv** PLUG eur* Constipa tion. BiMmimnwa and Torpidity of Ibo Llvor. * cents Sir Sold hy all Druggiata.-CA (S> ■ G The Vl'urflo and 81-tt Medic e eter Made. I Aoofc. U,;NTI(N or (tops, Buohu, Man- I DRAKVCAND Dandelion, *ITH OIL IM hemand I MUST C BUM TIVC properties ot all other Litters, ■ lUAKOA\thegreatnt Blood Purlflar, Liver I REN u l\a tor, END life and IL< IUIH itr JOI TUG I Agent ON^BMB>BI^*WRW T '* RVLI * No AN possibly loos E*l\ where flop BIIIORYORO U\>DR' ,, ' T A I "' U UID Plifeo4awth.tr K EVAYGIVAAMRL^FTAZLVIEORT.THE AO C ililra. F To Ell whose E WNPLOYAITR.T.T raueo lrrcgulurl - K ty of the ho WI-toor\ urinary CRPVIIH, or who v A quire an A LNUIC AND utiid S.UTRILE-IT. j flop bitten neo INULX} 1 W'TI.JUIJNTQA* R I eating. No I.T*IU-r what your FOWLIUKS or symptoms K ore what the disoaw or allw N< - 1,1 '* U9 ° HOP Itu- FE tcrs IKIRI't wall untdyou % ,V ' *L'.-K but if you V ouly fow l had or miserable .R 1140 '' at on.-E. a It laity KSVO Y.>urltfe.lt HAS** * V *D hundreds K 6500 WILL BE PA'D for a CAM* they will NOT S cure or help. Do not sthtcr M O| K*T Y-ur FRIW.UA ■ aullor. but use and urge TH*M%K>UA Hop B I Remember, Hop Bitters la druygod T drunken oontrum, but the N D Best (£ Medicine ever mode ; the **L\T.ILII>- KHIEM> K and HON" and no person or FSNULYNH YSRW should be without them. FNW N I,_ / • 'I D.1.0." an absolute AND IM-SMIM-? <I A KIRLJRUAKENNFSI.I!-oof OIKIUIIT, t ■ KUSVO narnotlca. All soM by CV-U<T -i <*. Nnd JFL V for Circular. UP BUim HBG. fs, / C , g HAS BEEN PROVED i I The BURKBT CURB for iKIDNEY DISEASES. I POM a '*■" book or diaordored urine indi- ® C aate that yoa are a victun ? TH HIW DO NOT E HESITATE; uee Kidney-Wort at onoe. (drug- 8 giets reoommend it) and it wriUapeedily over- " * the dleeaee and reetore hoalthy action, A G | ORLINC For oomplaints peculiar * C kuUlvo* toyouraez, luehaapaln J ** and weakneesea. Kidney-Wort LA uoaurpeaaed. • G AO it will act promptly and safely. £ Either Sex. Incontinence, retention of urine, ® S briak dut or ropy deposits, and dull dragging C 0 paina, all apeedlly yield to Its curative power. _ < IP SOLD BY ALL DHTJOOIBTB. Frioe >l. X (OSSPtnj SITTERS ror a FNTRNW ot.g century or mors nogtettart Stomach Bitters has been the reigning epeclfle for INDIGESTION, dyspepsia, fever and ague, a loee of phvaicol stamina, liver oomplaint and other dis orders, and has been most emphatically indorsed by medical men as a health and strength restora tive. It COUNTERACTS a tendency to premature de cay, and sustains and oom forts the aged and In arm. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally. WILD T7TI ■MBS JUS.SELLERS A C(K &TTSBUPQR, Swedish Insect Powder Kills POTATOPUGS UO IU TROUBLESOME VERMIN. It will thoroughly exterminate Roaches. Anto, Bed Bogs, Fleas, Lice, Tobacco and Cotton Worms! Moth, etc. It 1B safe, sure, cleanly and cheap. It will not poison animals or fowls. Sample pack ages by mail 30 cents, post-paid.. Stamps taken. Circulars free. Agents Wanted. Address, J. H. JOHNSTON, Swedißh Insect Powder Co., Pitts burgh, Pa. YOTMSTIEF^STI^I|T and be certain of a situation, aadraes VALENTIN! FROB. Janaavllla. WlsodßOHa. ■ ■\S HIBMHE law ClovtrnulUtig Attachment write Tun AULTMAN A TAYLOR CO. Mansfield. CK AIY war WASTS WOWIVI TM WRQM. LN, TASA ■, OM ,• XAU WH^Y mHMA CURED. "I have had Asthma for 22 years, suffering a thousand deaths ; have been so that 1 could not go out Cur four months at a time, but sat in a chair night and dv. I have tried every remedy I ever heard of, and spent thousands of dollars In search of a cure; hut all in vain until I found Knight's Asthma Cure. That was in February iast. My Asthma had been unusually bad all winter. Six bot tles of this medlctne have made me feel like a new man. 1 call myself well. 1 have not been oppressed for breath all through this trying spring, and can not express in words wnat this wonderful remedy has done for mc." A. t. Bradford, Arlington, Mas* " I feel Ifke thanking Mr. Knight for his ex cellent Asthma Curs. It has done very much to relieve me of a case of Asthma; and, from my present improvement, 1 ex pect to be uuuer still greater obligations." Pres't R. Habar Hotbrook, of the National Normal University, Lebanon, O. " I was severely afflicted with Asthma from 1855 to 1882; tried many remedies (so called), and spent much money fn vain, seeking relief. In February, 1882. I received the first bottle of Kusghts Asthma Cure. 1 commenced to improve at once, have had very few Asthma Hymptoms since, and am now as free from it as a person who never had it. 1 can say with certainty that Knights Asthma Cure is the best yet discovered." E. C. Weaver, Lawyer, 030 F St., Wash ington, D. C. *• I have traveled north, east, and west, and apent four years south in order to relieve royse'f of this terrible disease, Asthma; ana, until 1 received Knighte Asthma Curt, found no permanent relicL After taking this medicine but a fortnight I obtained the greatest relief, and can say I am now cured entirely, and tnat my cure is considered al most a miracle by my friends. You can re fer to me at all times." Prof. G. W. H&svxhurst, 12 Willow St, Pateroon, N.J. "My wife has found Knights Asthma Cure a perfect success where all others have proved a failure. Having been a great suf ferer from Asthma, and having taken so much medicine for the disease without ob taining any permanent benefit, she hesitated to try any more. But she was induced to try a bottle of Knights Curt, and from the day she commenced taking it regularly she has not had a single attack. This medicine is a great blessing to suffering Asthmatics." D. G. Drake, Supt. Schools, Mt. Washing ton, O. " I am over 60 vcar* old, and have had the Asthma over 35 years. Have tried many t medics, but obtained only temporary relief. Knight's Asthma Cure has helped me more than all others put together Since 1 com menced taking it, I rest well at night, and the neighbors all say 1 look better than for n.rny years." W. A. Chandler, Travewe City, Mich. KNICHT'S ASTHMA AND HAY FEVER CURE is the Cheapest as well as the Beet Pries. f!.00 per Bottle, or six bottles for SS.UO Write for Kuight'l new treatise on "ASTHMA; ITS CAUSE ASH CURB. ""6* If your Druggist has not the medicine, send direct for it (inclosing money) to THE L. A. KNIGHT COMPANY, 697 Rptwart w-sjr. New York, or JOHNSON, HOLLOW AY A CO.) HEN KY TOTTKN, > Philadelphia, Pa FRENCH, RICHARDS A CO.) _ 9 My porcelain-lined Pumps are manufactured under license,and buyers are guaranteed against any and all claims from the Company holding the patent. Don't fail to make a note of this jsolnt. I SSSK3II Carefully made All of t \' the most Best Selected \ \ Valuable Timber. \ \ Improvements. The BLATCHLEY PUMPS are for .sale by tin best houses in the tra e. Name of my nearest agent will be furnished cn application to C. G. BLATCHLEY, Manufacturer. 308 MARKET ST.. PHILADELPHIA. PA. Prepared for Immediate Use. Buildings painted with Paints mixed by hand have to be repainted every three years. The beet Paint cannot be made by hand mixing. The Paint ÜBed Is the smallest Item to cost o! painting, labor tho largest. Any building will be repainted at onr expense If not satisfactorily painted with our Paint. For sale by one dealer in every city and town tn the United States. ■MB VASTOPPEO FREE ■ ■ Marvelous tupeest. ■ I IrouiuuHUMu day'woe. Treatise and 92 trial bottleftwsU RIIPTIIRF llUr I Wllti l*aoflf boflfc Sum sgsbgagck.'gttmrgaste.'sg DBS. J. N. & 3. B. HOBENSACK. THOSE AFFLICTED WITH THE EFFECTS OF INDISCRETION AND MERCURIALIZATION should not hesitate to consnlt J. N. and J. B. HO BENSACK, of 2t6 North Second street, Philadel phia, either by mail or by person, daring the hours from 8 A. 51. to 2 P. M. and 6 to 9 P. M. Advice free. Whosoever would know his condi tion and the way to improve it should read "WISDOM IN A NUTSHELL." Sent on receipt of three-cent stamp. MP ■■ ■ft In abHndance.—Bs Million pounds fl \* Imported last year.—Prices lower r U a\ then ever.—Agents wanted—Don*t I ft waste time.—Send for circular. 10 lbs. Good Black or Mixed, for |l. 10 lbs. Fine Black or Mixed, for 82. 10 lba. Choice Black or Mixed, for $3. Send for pound eample. 17 cts. extra for postage. Then get up a club. Choicest Tea In the^ Largest vuriety.— Pleases every body.-01d<t Tea House in America^—No chromo.—No Humbug. Straight business.—Value for money. IIOBT WELLS,4B Yesey 5t..N.Y.,P.0.80x 1287- ~ " 274 rip IIIM EATING U.I I U IWlspeedy cure SENT FREE. DR. J.C. i-- pr. nr.* 8 Chicago.lll. HEALTH IS WEALTH, Health of Body U Wealth of Mind. RADWAY'S Sarsaparillian Resolvent. Port blood rnikM sound flesh, strong bone, and a clear skin, u von would have your flesh Arm, your boons sourvi, without carles, and your com pi ex ton fair, oae KADWAY'S BARSAPARTLUAN resolvenV ▲ remedy oompoaed of tngredlents of extra ordinary medical properties essential to purify, repair and invigorate tte broken-down and wasted KENT fin Its treatment and care. No matter by what name the complaint may be designated. weather it be Scrofbla, Consumption, ByphWa, Ulaers, Socea, Tumors, Bolls, Erysipelas, er Sea-Rheum .diseases of (he Lungs, K BJadder. Womb, SMa, User, Stomach or Bowels, either chronic or constitutional, the virus of the disease la In the BLOOD whlah supplies the wsste, sad bvflds sad repairs these organs and wasted tissues of the system. If the blood is unhealthy, the process of rajwur most be nnaoand. THS SAsasrsiaiJULan KBSOLVKNT not only Is a compensating remedy, but secure* the harmonious action of each of the organs. It establishes throughout the entire system functional harmony, and supplies the blood-vessels with a pure and healthy current of new fife. The skin, after a few days use df the Sarsaparillian, becomes clear aad beautiful Pimples, Blotches, Black Spots and Skin Eruptions are removed; Sores and Ulcers soon cpred. Persons suffering from Scrofula, Krnptive Dfera-tefl ef the Rytp, Month, Bars, legs, Throat and (Bands, that Save accumulated and spread, either from unenred diseases or mercury, or from the use of Corrosive Sublimate, may rely upon a cure if the SarsaparUMan is continued a sufficient time to make its Impression on the system One bottle contains more of the active prinet es of Medicines than any other Preparation, en in teaspoonfni doses, while others require •ve or timet aa much. . OKB DOLLAR PXB BOTTLE. imrcTE REMEDY. Oalr "f1.".. MUUTM ML nm, u nllm pttn.cmMH.flMM. RADWAY'S READY RELIEF, la from one to twenty minutes, never falls to re lieve PAIN with one thorough application; no mat ter how violent or excruciating the pain, the Rheu matic, Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crippled, Nervous, Neo- I"* ETRELRAD WA\"B READY RBLIIF will afford Instant ease. JMommaMon qf Kidneys, frtftammation q/ tke Bladder, Inflammation of the Bowel*. Con gestion of the Lunge, Sore Throat, JHjtlcuit Breathing, Palpitation of the Heart, UyMm, >, Croep, llphtheria, Catarrh, Influanin, Head ache.. Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Cold ChOt I, Ague Chute, Chilblain* and Frost-bites, Bruleee, Summer Complaint*, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Coughs, Colds, Sprains, Pains in ths Chest, Bach, or LUnds are insumilv relieved. FEVER AND AGUE. FKVER AND AGUE eared for 00 eta. There is not a remedial agent in this world that will care Fever and Ague, and other Malarious, Bilious, Scarlet, Typhoid. Yellow and other fevers (aided RVADI LTELIEK ILLS) M ,TTLOKLJ ** RADWA YdS II will in a few minutes, when taken according to the dirvtXiona, cure Cramps, Spasms, Sour Stom ach, Heartburn, Sick Headache, Diarrhoea, Dyaen- Wind la the Bowels, and all Internal Travelers should always carry.a bottle of Rad wsr's Ready Relief with them. A few drops in water will prevent sickness or pains from chaags ef water, it is better than French Brandy or mi ters as a stimulant. Miners and Lumbermen shoold always be pro vided with Ik CAUTION. All remedial agents capable of destroying life bj an overdose should be avoided. Morphine, opium strychnine, arnica, hyoeciaraua, and other power ful remedies, do at certain times, In very atrial doeea, relieve the patient during their action In th system. Bat perhaps the second dose, if repeated, may aggravate and increase the suffering, and an other dose cause death. There la no necessity for using these uncertain agents when a positive reme dy Uke Itdwayl Ready Relief will stop the most excruciating pain quicker, without entailing the least difficulty to either infant or adult THE TRUE RELIEF. JUPWATW RSADT RXUXR Is the only remedia •gent to vogue that will Instantly stop pain. fifty Ossts Per Battle. RADWAY'S Regulating Pills! Perfect Purgatives, Soothing Aperients, Act will out Path, Always Reliable and Natural In • their Operation. * A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL. Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet grim, purge, regulate, purify, cleause and strong- FTADWAVS PILLS for the cure of all disorders of the Btomaph. Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder, Nervous Diseases, Headache, Constipation, Cos ta veness, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness. Fever, Inflammation of the Bowels, Piles, and all derangement s of the Internal viscera. Warranted to effect a perfect cure. Purely vegetable, con tatotog no mercury, minerals, or deleterious drugs. t#~ Observe the following symptoms resulting from Diseases of the Digestive Organs; Constipa tion, toward Piles, Fullness of the Blood in the Head, Actdttv of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust of Food, Fullness or Weight In the Sto mach. Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Heart, Choking, or Suffering Sensations when to a lying posture. Dots or Webs before the Sight. Fever and Doll Pain to the Head, Defldenay of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Side, Breast and Umba, rod Sadden Flushes of Heat, Burning of the Flesh. A few doses of RADWAVS PILLS will free the system from all ths above-named disorders. l Prise, aa Cents Per Box. We repeat thatthe reader must consult our book* aad papers on the subject of diseases and their oure. among which may be named: t *&ulse and True." 44 RatLway on Irritable Urethra." u RaCtway on Scrofula." And others relating to different classes of Disease BOLD BY DRUGGIST* READ "FALSE AND TRUE." Bend a tetter stamp to BADWAY k CO., Ne. B Warren, Cor. ChuroL St., New York. •WTnformatton worth thousands will he sent te-fos Meal anil Surgical Institute. For the treatment of diseases of men only. Dis eases of the generative organs recent or chronic, blood poison, pains in the flesh and bones, red spots, ulcers, strictures, kidneys and bladder, weakness, nervous ane general debility, prema ture decay, mental aud onysioal prostration, and other special diseases speedily and permanently cured. Patients may send a description of their symptoms, eta, and appropriate remedies with di rections will be sent to any address, DRS. J. W. GRINDLE and A. D. GREY, Physicians and Burgeons, 171 West lath Street, New York. A LliES' - II HA IX FOOD I —Most eliable tonic A lor the Brain and SeiKratlrf Organ,. It positively cures Nervous 1 ebility and rets.ores lost virile powers. Hold by druggMe, fit; 6 for $5. Free by mail on reeejvt of price. AOIIN l*. ALLEK, 4'hernial, 315 First Avenue, JSew York! DR. H.'W. LOBB. fiEDICAL dFFICES, NO. 839 NORTH FIFTEENTH STREET, Philadelphia, Pa. 15 years' experience. (Estab lished for treatment with purely vegetable medi cines.) Dr. Lobb's long experience to the treat ment or diseases enables him to guarantee a cure In all cases. Consultation free and strictly con fidential. Call In person or by letter. Office honrs: 11 to 3 and 7to 10 evening. YOUNG MEN iLKWrMSL and be certain of a situation, address VALENTINE BROS. Janesville. Wisconsin.