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THE r AM 1X1 DOCTOR.
Aw exchange ays i " In mild owes a ajpepi take on tewpoonful of iwee oil, after eating, three timoa a day. If WTere forms take a dpusATt-ntwiTifnl This followed np has cured cases where ooctors hare pivon them up. Ye wh suffbr from this dread disease, don't fail to try it." Cutldlains usually indicate a low state of the system and need of hearty food and tonics, snch as iron or quinine, A local application of a thick paste com posed of sluck lime, moistened with a very little water and common oil, is recommended as a good remedy. For chapped hands, another of the unpleas ant accompaniments of cold weather, and, with some people, apt to be not only disagreeable, but positively pain ful, the best remedy is glycerine, to be put on at night on retiring, and over that a pair of old gloves, to be kept on all night. It is worth while for common people to know that 50,000 typhus genus will thrive in the circumference of a pin-hend or a visible globule. It is worth while for tht m to note that these germs may be desiccated and be borne, like thistle seeds, everywhere, and, like demoniacal possessions, miiy jump noiselessly down any throat. 13ut there are certain things spores cannot stand, according to the latest ascertained results of science. Soap chemically poisons them. For re demption' fly to' hot water and soap, ye who live in danger of malarial poison ing. Hot water is sanitary. Sonp is more sanitary. Fight typhus, small pox, yellow fever, and ague with sonp. Hoap is a board of health. Cuitrsa Sick Headache. A Vermont correspondent writes thut, lifter suffering from sick headache for twenty years, with frequent attacks of diphtheria, quinsy and erysipelas, she has diseov. erod the cause of all her troubles. Eight months' abstinence from meat has cured her of dyspepsia and all the ailments she has sull'ered from, and her health is better than it has been for many years. On a diet of vegetables and cereals, with fish and eggs occa sionally, she is well and strong. Happy are thOV who finrl nnf, thoir limilnf;,., physical, intellectual and spiritual, auj do not niin health and happiness in a vain endeavor to digest something be yond their powers. A New Way to Treat Diphtheria. Quite a discovery in the treatment of diphtheria has been made recently. A young man whose arm had been ampu tated was attacked by diphtheria before healing took place ; and, instead of tho matter incident to that disease being de posited in tho throat, the greater por tion appeared in tho wounded arm, and tho diphtheria was very light and easily managed. Dr. Davis prolited by this, and in his next case of dmlititpi-in Me tered his patient's breast, and on this uiisiereu part uie chief deposits np. pearea. xma was also an easy case of mo uisease. me tiicory is ttiat dipb theria usually appears in the throat be. cause of the thinness of tho lining of the iuroai. iience, wnen the blister breaks tho skin upon the other part of the body w ujoeiuse ujipeurs mere. A Uarefcl Diet. The health de pends largely upon the diet Good food is in many instances better than medi cine. How many dishes in common use ougnt to be discarded from our tables if . 1 1 .... i . . , wo wuum uoi uccomo acquainted witli that unwelecme visitor, dyspepsia. I am convinced by observation that many ajjuib uiifjut uo rosiorea to Health u nourishing food suitable to their tiou, and needful rest from work or care were given them, instead of stimulating r V i.aij$ luiuun UI1U powerful drugs. Give nature a chance and she will do much toward repairing OK.'ll CJluJ.gll.-B, II Uie K1UU OI IOOU is given that the cuso demands. There is much choioe in tho kinds of meat and tne manner of preparing them, which we should always observe when cooking for an invalid guest, or member of the fam ily. The fruits und vegetubles should also be selected with great care, and often it is necessary that some special uiBu Buuuiu i;e prtparea lor them, as they are necessarily deprived of so much that others indulge in. We feel more than repaid for extra woi-Is, when w have succeeded in getting something 1 teir.pt the appetite of the sick, with no Baa result" to iojiow. Do tiood Work. The path to fame by honest merit is c Blow and tedious one. A manufacturei who is eo careful about his products that ho has to put a higher price on them than his less-conscientious neigh bor can sell for, may be repaid at firs! y email sales una smaller prohts. J I tikes a long time to build up a reputa tion by excellence, but once ucquired ii is like the pearl of great price. I Itis much the same with the workman as with the manufacturer. H every stroko he strikes is solid work, conscientiously performed, he will acquire a reputation, limited as it may be, that is sure to pay in the end. We would not conceal oi deny the fact that somo men labor un er peculiar disadvantages. All men ire not born equal, either mentally oi physically. One is naturally skillful in one direction, another is expert in many things. One man may do his level best, and yet he will not turn out as good a piece ol work as his more skillful brother who only half tries. Let him not be dis couraged because he is handicapped in the race, and may not be able to reach the top of the ladder. There is room for honest workmen everywhere ; even respectable mediocrity pays better than umiiancy coupled witn trickery. The native American is distinguished by his ingenuity and with half a chanco he makes his mark everywhere. Yet he sometimes loses tho race in competition with less-able men of other lauds, be cause their careful training and early drill in their profession, their long and severe apprenticeship, has more than compensated for the want of natural tact and ingenuity. Perseverance will not conquer ail things, but it goes a long way toward suo cesp. While luck seems to favor the few, most men have to carve out their own success by hard labor, in which a full de termination to do everything to tho very best of one's ability counts for more than is generally supposed. Above all things don't waste time in regretting thai another trade was not chosen. If it is an honest one, stick to it and it will pay. Svientijlo American. rersonAl Security. "Will you do me a favor?" said young Brooks to hiswealthyfriend, Sim eon Hansom. "What is it, John?" said Hansom. " I wish yon would lend me 20, air." "Call at mycounting- uouse, rejouieu jiansom. John was not long in paying his respects, " What aeenrity can yon give me, young gentle man?" "My personal security, sir." "Very well, get inhere," said Han Bom, lifting np the lid of a large iron chest. "Get in there!" exclaimed John, in astonishment, "what for?" " Why, this is where I always keep my personal securities." USEFUL HIJTTS. Good Gorrm Good ooffe caa be made in a common coffee-pot by ob serving the foDowimr roles : Use the best old Java, and allow one table spoonful for each person that is to drink, then pour on boiling water in the pro portion of a pint to each table-spoonful, and break an egg into the pot, throwing iu me sneu also, it yon ttiinK it ex travagant to use an egg for this purpose, a Ash-skin as large as an old-fashioned cent will settle it well. Boil about half an honr, and just before serving pour out a little of the coffee and return it to the pot, and set it in some place where it will stand even, but not on the stove. A Tidy Room. Do you, ever observe that a tidy room is invariably a cheerful one ? It is cheering to come into one's breakfast-room and find it spotlessly tidy ; but Btill more certainly will cheer fulness come if tidiness is the result of our own exertion J and so we counsel you, friends, if you are ever disheart ened, vexed or worried about something that has gone wrong with you in the world, to have resort to the great ref uge of tidiness. Don't sit brooding and bothering. Go to work and make ev erything tidy about you and you cannot fail to recover your cheerfulness. How to Wash thb Face. Many peo ple object to the use of soap for the face, disliking the shiny, polished appearance it gives, but any who will use Dr. Wil son's directions will find that objection removed. They are as follows: "Fill your basin about two-thirds full with fresh water ; dip your face in the water and then your hands. Soap the hands well and pass the soaped hands with gontle friction over the whole face. Having performed this part of the oper ation thoroughly, dip the face in the water a second time and rinse it com pletely. You may add very much to the luxury of the latter part of the operation by having a second basin ready with fresh water to perform a final rinse." To Preserve Harness. There is nothing looks nicer in its way than a clean, bright-looking set of harness, nor is mere anyining more quickly dam aged by neglect Harness should be washed and oiled frequently. To do tins enectually the strops should be un buckled and detached, and then washed with soft water and crown soap, and hung by a slow fire or in the sun until nearly dry, then coated with a mixture oi neatsloot oil and tallow and allowed to remain m a warm room for several hours, and when perfectly dry rub thoroughly with a woolen rag. The rubbing is important, as it, in addition to removing the surplus oil and grease, tends to close the pores and pive a finish to the leather. In hanging harness care should be taken to allow all the straps to hang their full length. All closets should be well ventilated, and when possible be well lighted. To clean plated mountings, use a cnamois with a little tripoli or rotten stone, but they should ue scoureo as uiue as possible. Keeping Winter Apples. No mat ter now much care one may exercise in packing and storing, it will not be sum cient to keep unripe, bruised or badly handled apples or other fruit. The great desideratum in keeping all kinds oi inut is in Keeping it free from damp ness. The plan adopted by some expe rienced fruit-growers is to have a regu lar fruitrroom, built to exclude light and to maintain an even temperature. Where large crops are to be Btored, it pays to build such a room or house for the purpose, but for a few barrels, al most any room on the cool side of the house will answer, but a dry. cool cellar is preferable, as there is less danger irom ireezing, ana it is easier to pre serve an even temperature. In storing the apples, if they have been properly picked at the proper time, properly uuuiueu, luju pocueu in barrels on the most, improved pian, tne barrels are piled in regular tiers, the lower tier rest ing on "skids," or pieces of timber to keep from the ground and dampness. We have seen fine apples in March and April, which have been kept on board hanging-shelves in the cellar, the fruit having lain close as iossible together without touching on a bed of dry straw. They were looked over occasionally, and when any showed signs of rotting they were ui once removeu. Save the Brain. Do not overtax the brain. No man should do more work of muscle or of brain in a day than he con perfectly re cover from the fatigue of in a good night's rest. Up to that point, exercise is good ; beyond are waste of life, ex haustion and decay. When hunger calls for food, and fatigue demands rest, we are in the natural order, and keep the uuiunce oi me. wnen wo tnkn t ran. lants to spur our jaded nerves or excite an appetite, we are wnstinK life. There is wrong and mischief in all waste of ine. A man should live so as to keep himself at his best, and with a true econ omy, lo eat more food than is needful is worse policy than tossing money into uie ecu. j. i, is a waste oi labor and a waste of life. Drawing-noom imiuunsr. It has been whispered for some time past that there was an alarming increase in mo use ui Biruug urinKS among tho educated women of Great Britain. People disbelieved these reports, but facts huvn proven them to be correct. Labouchero come out the other day with a lono- ar. ticleon " Drawing-Room Drinkiug," in which he describes a garden party, where the lady of the house was. if not hein- lj6sly, at all events, in a Girofle-Girofla condition. The use of chloral leads to much intemperance among the ladies of our own ion a. Cats. In the middle ages oats, once the ob ject of veneration in Egypt, were in trance looked upon as satanio am-nta una were uurueu tuive. xn irans every St. John's day a number of the abhorred animals were heaped up in baskets and bags in the Place de Greve, to afford an auto-da-fe, tho sovereign himself seUing luo w uie Jue. lie Didn't Enow 111m. Teacher "Suppose that you hove two sticks of candy, and vour bio brother gives you two more ; how many have you got then ? " Little boy (shaking his head," You don't know him ; he ain't that kind of a boy." Struck. " Hollo ! what's this ? " asked Greenv. Dointinar to the telecminh wiroa n clothes-line?" "Yes," replied a by. gtander ; "here's where they hang the iteei iiRnouuir. j.ne lellow wan struck." but at last accounts ha doing well, and it was feared he might recover. Hints. Discontent is the want of self-reliance. He who can conceal his joy is greatet than he who can conceal his griefs. A mas'i virtues should be measured, Dot by his occasional exertions, but by the doing of bis ordinary life. BITS OP IIFORMATIOU. Thb first telegraph line ever built was that between Washington and Baltimore in 1844. Thb first attempt at theatrical por formanccs in the United States was at Boston in 1750. The first regular thea ter was in JNew lorn in lvua. The finest emeralds come from Pern and other parts of South America, though they are sometimes brought irom tne mast, . Papyrus is the reed from which was made the celebrated paper of Efrvnt and India, used for writing until the discov ery oi porchment about 190 Is. 0. Ptol emy prohibited the exportation of it from Egypt, lest Eumenese of Fergamua biiouiu inane a iiorary equal to that oi Alexandria. A manuscript of the anti quities of Josephus on papyrus of in estimable value was among the treasures seized riy Uonnparte in Italy, and sent to the National Library at Paris ; but it was restored in 1815. Asbestos beinsf almost indestructible by fire was highly prized by the nations of antiquity, who spun and wove it into cloth, with which they used to form shrouds, in which tho bodies of royal and illustrious persons were arrayed nt the funeral ryre. As the asbestos did not consume, the ashes of the dead were kept from miuKlinor with those of the wood. It is said that the Brahmins sometimes made themselves clothes ol is, and also employed it for wicks to their perpetual lamps. The Romans used tho cloth for napkins, which were cleaned by throwing them into the fire and burning them until the dirt was to moved. The standard of the eaelo was first borne by tho Persians ; imd the Romans curried figures of the encle as ensicrns. in silver and gold, and sometimes repre sented with a thunderbolt in its talons on the point of a spear. They adopted uie eagie in me consulate of Marms. 102 B. 0. When Charlemngn became master of the whole of the German em pire, he ndded the second head to the eagle for his arms, to denote that the empires of Rome and Germany were united in him, 802 A. D. The eagle was tne imperial standard ot .Napoleon ; and is that of Austria, Russia, Prussia and Fmnee. It is also the national emblem of the Uuited States. The Austrian englo is represented double-headed- A BLOOItaoUJfD'S GRATITUDE. The Detroit Free Press tells a re markable story of a bloodhound's grati tude at Andersonville. The prisoners were allowed to go out in squads, strongly guarded, to collect firewood. One day it was the hero's turn to go, nd for the first time since his imprison ment he caught sight of "Col. Catchem," the big bloodhound. Tho Michigander noticed that the dog limped painfully on one of his fore feet, but gave the matter no special attention until, after being out for half an hour, he sat down to rest near one of tho guards. The dog ap proached the guard ns if to ask some favor, but was repulsed with an oath and a threatened blow. He then skulked oround ond came near the prisoner, who saw that he had an old horseshoe nail run into his foot. With a little coaxing he got the dog near, and finally pulled out the nail, and the animal ran away seemingly well pleased. Twelve days after that, one night about midnight, a tunnel was ready. The prisoner was a long time getting clear of the neighbor hood, and, weak and starved as he was, he was not more than two miles from the stockade when day broke, and "Col. Catchem" was put on his track. When he heard the hound coming, ho looked for a suitable tree to climb, but failed to find one. Armed with a club, he took his stand, and determined to make a fight for it. The dog recognized the man, and began exhibiting every sign of friendship. After a few minutes the pursuers were heard in tho distance. The dog at once trotted off in that direc tion, and was shortly baying and leading them over a factitious trail. The pris oner pushed ahead for half an hour, and was then rejoined by tho dog, who kept either close to his heels or just ahead of him all day, and lay beside him in the woods nt night. This position of guar dian or companion he maintained until toward night of the second day, when ho returned to the stockade. The prisoner w as then thn ty miles away, but on the fifth morning he was recaptured. When ho returned the hound met and caressed him. From that hour to the close of the war the dog would not take the trail of an escaping prisoner. T t 1- I uAuLisu iLumuia wno navo been in veigled into emigrating to Manitoba are sending ur complaints apt to astopish Beaconsfie.J, who gave that country a ludicrously-oxaggerated puffing upon a recent semi-official occasion. It was pictured a perfect paradise. It proves to be a vast plain of marsh, mosquito- infested in summer, ice-bound in winter when, as there is no natural barrier be- tween it and the Arctic regions, tho mercury often sinks to 40 below. There is no natural drainage, and the snow- waters stand until late in the season, preventing timely agricultural prepara tions. Tho crops are slender. The roads are impassablb. Tho market is distant. The whole region is unattrac tive, and, until the better lands of tho States are crowded full, will never be in 3 . ... . uemanu. ai least, such is the repre sentation of English emigrants. A man named Fowlslager, who trav eled through Schuylkill county, Pa., about eighty years ago, collecting old copper coins, was murdered in the Ma hanoy valley, then a wilderness, by a hunter named Bailey, who supposed the collector's treasure consisted of gold and silver. When Bailey found Fowlslager's collection was only copper he buried it in the ground. Bailey's crime was dis covered, and he was executed in Read ing after making a full confession. A few days ago a number of boys, while playing around the Lawtons colliery, near Mahanoy City, found the coins buried close by an old stump. There were 700 of the coins, the dates of which ranged from 1724 to 177a Many of them were of the reigns of the four Georges of England, and a number were early Vermont coins. Abont Peanuta. The modus operandi by whioh th nuts are separated, cleaned and classed is BomAftt as follows ! The third story of the bmldmg contains thousands of bush els of peas in bags, and there the con tmualroBrof the machinery is deafen ng. Each machine has a duty to per- T-ni. First hero k ft 'M'Se cylinder in wnioh all the nuta are placed, in order that the dust and dirt may be shaken off m'i, P1188 from ne y'ihder into the brushes, where every nut re ceives fifteen feet of a brushing before it becomes free. Then they pass through a sluiceway to - the floor belcw, where they ore dropped on an endless belt, about two and one-half feet in width, and dashing along at the rate of four miles an hour. On each side of the belt stand eight colored girls, and, as the nuts fall from the sluice on to the belt the gills, with a quick motion of the hand, pick out all the poor-looking nnts, and by the time the belt reaches the end two-thirds of the nuts are picked off, allowing only the finest to pass the crucible. Those that do pass drop through another sluice and empty into bags on the floor below. When the bag is filled it is taken away by hand, sewed up and branded as " cocks," with the figure of a rooster prominent on its sides. The peas caught up by the girls are then thrown to one side, placed in the bags, and carried into another room where they ore again picked over, the best singled out, bagged and branded as "ships." These are as fine a nut as the first for eating, but in shape and color do not compare with the " cocks. " Harincr gone over them twice, we now como to a third grade, whioh are called and branded as "eaeles." These are picked out of the cullings of tne cocks and "ships, but now and then you will find a respectable-looking nut among them, though the eyes of the colored damsels are as keen as a hawk. and a bad nut is rarely allowed to pass their hnnds. The cullings that are left from the "engles" are bagged, sent through the elevator to the top story, and what little meat is in them is shaken out by a pater.t shelter, which is not on iy novel, but as nerfect a piece of machinery as was ever invented. These nnts being shelled by this new process, the meat drops into bags below free from dimt or dirt of any kind, and are then shipped in 200-pound sacks to the North, whsre they are bought up by the coufectioners for the purpose of mak ing tally or peanut candy. It may be here stated that a peculiar kind of oil is extracted from the meat of the nut, and ill this snccialtvalarce trade in rfoiin omong the wholesale druggists. There is nothing wasted, for even the shells are made useful. They ore - packed iu sacks and sold to stable-keepers for horse-bedding, and a very healthy bed uiey mane. J)ress-Coat Misery. A man of consulprnMn note in the lournolistic and literary world was ot a uvemnor party in lew xors some years ago, standing in on up-stain corridor. To him a IojIv in ft tnnrmitir.olif rlrpRq and sparkling with jewels, came with great eagerness. Though she was un Known to him i, i,tTii she had recognized him by the light of his genius, shining on his Hyperion "', ur knewiiim by reputation, lie , mereiore, prepared to receive her wuii smiles. . Are you tlie waiter ? " she demanded. ".NO I" ratmA l. ,-(1, ,,f mumier. " Are you the chambermaid ?' ami ne darted down stairs. The Use of Condiments. The general definition of this wnrfl i "a pungent and appetizinor substance. as pepper or mustard; seasoning. Some thing used to give relish to food and to gratuy the taste." To the question, why do you use pepper on vour foo,1 1 you reply, because you relish the taste oi tne pepper, a little thought will erhaps, convince you that you mistake its use. Is it not more probable tb nt t h n addition of condiments brings out thn uuvor oi the article of food on wliinli u is placed. As a general thing peppet and mustard aro not used on fruits. Carrying out this view, il condiments are used simply to bring out fully tho latent flavor of the dish, they could with equal propriety be used on fruit. This is, in tact, the case, lo convince your self of this, use pepper on strawberries, and you will find in thorn a flavor more delicious than you have ever experienced ueiore. xou will lurthor discover that in this case you have not used the pen- fJCl J.IO kUAM.-. The iiso of salt is as improperly un derstood. It is a natural preservative when applied to animal substances the acid in the salt being the preserva tive element. When used with vegeta ble food, but not in such quantities as to cause a saity taste, it is a great improve ment. In boiling corn or oatmeal with out adding a littlo salt at first will cause it to have a bitter, if not unpleasant taste. The addition of salt removes this rank taste and gives tho appearance of smoothness. This is caused by the cnemicai action of the acid in the salt on the farina or starch. We use pepper and mustard on food for the purpose of bringing out the uuvor oi uie article on which it is placed, oo with salt. A good test of this is oouea rice, which is perfectly insipid without the addition of salt. Many peo ple preier it havered with sugar. It win oe iouna that when sugar is used it will be for more pleosant and agreeable to the taste if it had been seasoned with suit, although not strong Tub tonnnce of English has decreased by about 500,000 tons since 1870, but steam tonnage has in creased by about 1,400,000 tons. Lawyers and doctors multiply in England, but there is a wo ful lack of preachers, plenty of curacies being vacant. The reason whv the noets al VAVI speak of October us "unbar" in Wnnu. Bober is the only word they can find to rhyme with October. Thb New "xork Ch-anhin nova . "Tli chief reason for tho breaking off of tin Flood-Grant match was that the parties were of different religious faiths.'' W1 Wayne Co, (Ufalo) Oemoemt.J Mr. William E. 8nyderfc of West Lebanon, Ohio, sayst For some time rait i had been severely afflicted with Khenmntism. seeing an advertisement of St. Jacobs Oil, I procured a bottle, and I could feel the effect of the Oil upon 0 i M . I T tne nrst application, x am now en tirely well after using one bottle. A Schenectady (N. T.) firm sent s largo shipment of brushes and brooms to Jerusalem. A alenr he! and qnlclc action most be pos aesaed for steady and anocwwlul effort: bnt who cud have moh wl ileauflerina; Irom Cold t Use Dr. Hull's Cough Syrnp and proonre hn meuiaie rciiei. 'Ihb I'nnce of Wales has presented President Grevy with a gun and four set ter dogs. Veoetiw b will regulate tho bowels to healthy action, by stimulating the secretions, cleans ing and purifying the bloo.l oi poisonoui numors, ana, tu a uranium ana mttural man. ner, expels all impurities without weakening tne DOiy. IViKhtnafon IMamtt I'rlecs and Nrxrm tor h'llesRla and Koci.i. Market l'rines, am. rel ahln fntoimnticn evoiy Suturclay about Produce, Food, etc., tnke Ins Nkw York Market Index and Journal One dollar a ytar. Sample ci.p oh (ent lor thrto cent stamp Afldie-w Indkx and Journal. P. O. Hox 2033, or 218 Fulton street. 'ew York wi y. Get Lyon's TntPnt IIpcI Stidbncrs applied to those new boots bilora you run them over. THE MAKKETS. HIW TOBI BeslOattls Med. Nstives, Urift.. O'VfSJ W OslvM-Qood to Prime Veils 06 Vt 07 S Sheep 04 05 Lrftmufl ............ vo 19 uiijf togs IJve 0isj.C6 Dressed 0.V-,(d rG" rioar jsx. ntaie, gooaio laocy.... t tu (as Western, Rood to fancy 6 10 i 8 i i Wheat Mo. 1 Red 1 1.1 V 1 1(1 X No. 1 White 1 14 14j sy Htate iiu (4 1 oi tsariey jwo-noweq ouiie.... ...... 10 s 'is Corn Ungraded Western Mixed.... 63 vi 85 Southern Yellow 65 (4 65J Oata White State 40 O 41 iniieu nwieiUM , M By Hay Prime 96 (4115 Straw Lodr Rye. per rwt.... 01 (4 95 Bops state, ltmj 18 4 H Pork Mess IS 69 156l ura uuy tnoam u '0 (4 8 40 reiroieuru uruue Uf CjSUBjlf llrntiea 13 Buuer state creamery 23 Ok 31 D.Mry 33 (4 26 Western Imitation Creamery 18 (4 31 Factory... in r( 311 Cheese State Factory 10 V 4 19 Skims 03 (9 10i Western 10 ,a r-KK" DuuBMurpim (4 vs Potatoea State, bbl 3 00 a a 50 BUFFALO. Flonr City Ground. No. 1 Spring .. S 00 a 5 75 Corn No. 'J Western 49 ,4 41114 wneat ino. 1 jihi-u uuimn. ...a... Ill (a 1 4 Barley Two-rowed State 78 14 go BOBTOK. Beef cattle Live welgnt 06 (4 MX DUWP U4 V4 t 1'inibs 05v,(, Hogs 05 V4 OQ Flour Wisconsin and Miun.Pat.... 6 60 14 S 6) oorn mum ana lellow (8 14 6 j us is uxira nuiw, new 41 4 40 Bye State 1 00 (4 1 118 Wool Washed Combing Delaine.. 44 (4 60 unwarned, 86X14 stK WATKUTOWN (MASS ) GATTL1 KADKBT BeelOatue live welgut 0JV4 08W Bbeep 0l.X,4 OS Lambs qs (4 05 V OUK .... IK.(0 U3 rionr penn. good and fancy 6 61 a 6 81 rill LiALlILrHUi wneat-No. a-Ited l na 1 uv 13 A Jl . I A .,. . 7 " jwm. vn (tii Corn Htate Yellow 65 (A 65 Uatfl lined StOtf cumw vreauiBry irB,,, ,,,, si 44 ju uueeae wew York ran crem lJiVf 13V tnlliiH fuliAnlTiy fl.4 . . . iviivkiuui viuiih vnnui KMluDou I Vegetine. More to Mo than Cold. Mn. n. P. ZV-r - M"oh T- 1S8- 1 w sa to inform you what Veoettxx has dona rpr roe. I have been troubled witu Errnlnelas Humor for more than thirty years. In my limbs and otur pans uf my body ami have brn a iireat suf. ferer I oommeuoed t..klui Vkoetuck one year ago Isat August and am trnly aay It has done more for me than any other medicine. I ,eem to be perfect I) free from this humor and can recommend it lo ,..., .,u ds wuiioiit una meiileine J s more to metliau gld-aud I feel It will prove " o w.mv. no iiiiti iu 111,, Yours, most rospeoi fully, Miia. DAVID CLARK. J. BENTLEY, M. D., says: i nan aone more uood than all jucaical Treatment, Mn tt t a K"2kt. Ont., Feb, , 1880. Sir I have sold during the p.-at year a consider able qnuntity of your Veqetine, aud I believe In sll ciiBoe It has uiven eatrnfactlon. In one ease, a delicate young lady of about aeveuteen yeara was much i benefited by Its ne. Her pareula InlormeO Wa . i . doue lier 1001,6 gd than all the be,wueI" ro wmca ,U9 na Previously Yours respectfnlly, I. UKNTLEY, M. D. Loudly In its Praise. TnROKTrt. n tl f MnMh S 1 Don Dear Sir Considering the ahort tin, a iht v.n.. '" uau " oeiore ine puuiic here, It sells well as a blood nurfner. and for trmihiM i.in. fMm - slUBdUb or torpid liver It ts a Brut-class medicine. vu. vunvuin. Bjjvax jouuiy iu iip praise. tf. WKIUHT It CO.. Cor. Quoen and Ehtibeth Streets. VEGETINB I'KEPAnED BY H. R. STEVENS. Boitou, Mass. Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists. ARE YOU WEARING OUT? tretlJIh nil AledlrliiH . vr l:..'l 'iti l, - ware of iiuitatl.iiii tlin.lariy tame I. The ffeiiB.nt? Mm where vwrnrAjix a djujatuus. uoia evcry- M alt nittersorapany, Boston, Mass, !T!OFop Catarrh. F8vr, Cold in the eic., iiiftcrt with flllULT a n:n llr r.f the Iidini int.i tii ,,,1. rii-pp. fATAPcmi n;;ruj riiHnnn,i"""iJfl triU; draw Ktroiis tireathB throub th nose. It tu Le utarl e-l, cIcansiiiK anl baU w the lUeted meu 1 J ... t t nasal p;. .va .'Si. UIOUSj, For Deafness, .Ofltt" .aV': vjeraaionaiiy apply a partkle llitj .,ad back 'f the ear, rubLilna lo .horoughly. ELY'S CREAM BALM. Is recelvlnz the Indorsement of the mtr.rep. th. A,nntBt aud pliy.kUu. Never haa an ankle of so much merit bten pioduce.l for the treatment of uiemhranal dheAat-a ae til in never-falliqil DALM, aud la u:ilver.aly acknowl edged aa oelui all that la claimed for IL The a n Icatlon eaav and pleaaant, causing no pain, hu. la sooth dc, and fast luperaeutug the use of powder, liquids and mull. Price MO cents. On aeeelnt of nil rjnta will - package free, bend for circular, wiib full Information. BLY'8 CKKAJI DALM CO., Owejo, N. T. m i l i . . la!JryrBf Lor 11 WMrn o nnder exeesslve KM?L2i"'W or-"M Ua "' Momaih. I.iv. r, Kidr.eya or Lrlnory Cri;ou. letuw to p rf. rui tl.eir lunr Buf" Ar.? 5uur l-uiw We.ik. Nerv.'a t nMriui. Il" d rAtfl"1"' FIH' Tl,,- " " Flaby a dSpi ill tone i ir ao, then no human aiancy can re.turo you 1 ke lii i'",T'""- " Pu.re tulernieuied Kxtnut of Jl. It, ..v.e, . a.i.tia nu'l 1 fin. UIIll Him iT.ilml A',..pl.l. nd S ISB6,ri,!!,uyonreiwnUwit Terms sad as OolSI twu flea. Addieat U lUi.i arr Co, iKtlaodVataliM. Them are 5,600 telegraph offices in Prance. Last year the number of dis- f atobes sent averaged thirty for every 00 inhabitants. Detroit Free Pross Mrs. C. Whipplo, S71 Croghan 8treet, presents these facts i For six years 1 had suffered beyond all expression with Soiatio Rheumatism and tried every known remedy, but all to no purpose. At last I saw in tho .Free Pi t's an adver tisement of the St. Jacobs Oi), tried it and am w.'ll. I oan walk without limp ing and Bleep free from any pain. Tub Boston Post says carriage riding is now tho correct thing, that people who ride on horses must take a back seat. A Wonl to oar Headers. When you road ol a remedy that will ours all disonres, bewnre ol it; but when yo'i rend ol a pare vegetable compound which claims to cine only ooitnin part ot the body, and Inr 'islies high proof thnt it doe thi, you can rarely try it and wiiu tho assuinnce that it nil help you. This IS lust wlat warneri Snte Ki'tney and Livor Cure does. It euros all troubles of the lower portion of the body and none others. It will not help the tooth tohe, ev-ncho nor oonsunipiion but it will put your bocy In a vigorous and healthy sialo rhero oit c m enioy hie aud appteuiate lis good things. Try it Dr C. K. Slioomake the well-known aural surgeon ot Reading, Pa., cITui s to send by mail, Ireeot ohnreo, a vnluatilo little book on deal ness and diseases ot ihe ear fpecinllyon run ning ear and catarrh, and their propor treat ment (riving relorences and toliinoninls that will satisfy the most skeptical. Address as above. Malarial levers oan be prevented, also other minsmatic disease's by occasionally using Dr. 8iribrd'$ Liver li.viooruior. tho oli'.riat general Family Medicine, which is recom mended as a enre for all dhennus caused by a disordmed liver. Kiahtv-pago book sent (roe. Address Dr. Snnloid 162 Broadway. N. Y. . jjou v i i iTiarsnau, inicn., Will send tlieir Kl. oi ro-Voluvc Bet a to tb afflicted upon 30 days' trial. Soe their adver tisement in this paper lieadod. " On 30 Dava' Trial." Ton have rend till- notice altont twenty (Imra in-fore. Hut ill.l y.u ever act upon thetiiggr uon so nfirn ma,. , mine y: In aak ariv l oo nnl ihot aea'er for boo'a with (Vnmlrleh's Talent He We rner Steel Iltvet l'nXeeteil olel Guarantied to outwear a-j Sole evernwle. If you have not. dun the very n it time you wa. t b oti . r nlmea w.ih solei that will iveur like Iron anil iliva rrnnir. (innt BA ny any other. ly rrfcr.-ie- a-e aiy Sewlnj Mach'na Company at their agcuta in thl. country. iv ly phnreh St., Worcester, Wasa., and 40 UojnV Ati, 'NCYCLOPtDIAss JIOUETTEIBUSIHESS work on Kilqm-tte ami HtuincAS and Sot-lal Forms, it te Is how tt perform all t!i various duiK-s of Itro.and Ttilt ll the chfflTWtt anrl onlv vtmnl'M. and rollnhi bow to npvtvv lo ihe best advantage on all occaMons. Aftmt- Wniited Senl rorcl'calara conbtlulrg fu 1 i.fscnpt on uf tt.e wo- nnl .xtra terms to uen . Ad'irt sa National i'rj bi.ibiu.no Co., PhUu.ielph.a, l'a. EYE-CLASSES. reprenntlrnr the eholcest selected Tortolse-SheU and A-nibcr. The lightest, UamUomert, and strongest known. Sold by Opticians and Jewelers. Made by SPKN'CEB O. M. CO., lit Walilen Lane. New Vorli, l the " Orltrlnnl flonrenf rntixl t.va nml nnluhtn p..ii. Boiip Maker. Directions mvompany eat.-h can fur ni.-iklnn " I",'.1' 1"" Toll.it hoi.l q'll.-kly. It la (uU w'-Ulil .and sin iKth. Ask jour grocer for HAVaxg. 1' I KK, and take no oluerr. PENN'A SALT MANUFACTURING CO.. Phils. Till Cluiin-llnnse KstnblUhed 1803, PENSI IVew law Thousands of aoldlem and helm entitled. P' U.ioi.l ilAte buck to dU,'lmrit nr ,l..uih Hf.n.,.i Address, wllh si amp, P. O. Drnwe-;j,i. lVaAiiinirtnn. r r- 1881. FREE. 1881. The ILLUSrn.-VTED "GOLDEX PRIZE'' tor 1881 is niw icady This olegant. book con tains nb nit 200 flue ensiiavinna. A snncimnn eopy will bo sent tiee to any onoin the Uuitol States, on recept ol a three-cent st nip to prepay poilngd ou the bonk. Agents wa tel. A.'iltess jr. GLE S N ft CO., 46 Summer Street, ltiwtou. Ma B. ThelCoran. mr, oeauuiui type, neat, clolli-bound e.lill.m; prl.s Cents, uad il cents fur nontax,.. lit.li.....A aundard works, remarkably low In price, with extra tein'i . (mi. milL'lB lull WW lllll ailVC Ittfllll'llL AmiiiciM liooa l:icyM,i, Tiibune liulUllnir. N. Y. DAMlit, F. IIK.VTTV'8 ORGANS! I STOPS, SUB II ASS of OCT. COUPLER OPS, SUB n ASS & OCT. COVPLTj r unt bKT SIONLY $65. Keo P A bent on Trial Warranted. Cituloiue Free. Aldreas DANIEf. Ui:TTY. Whliiutnii N.J. PETROLEUM JELLY Silver Medal at Parle Exposition. Grand Medal tt Piilla iclphla k.xnu.itlou. This wonde-ful tulistance Is acknowledeed br ntiv slciaui thnuiihout the wor d to oe ine he.i r. ine Iv d:a coverej for Uie cure of Woun la, Ihiths. Klieiiniatiara. bklii Dm usc. Pile, Cat. rrli Chi h alna, e. In order that every one may t v It. It I. nut in . ...i ..& ...... botllei for househo'd u-e. oht-iln it from your dni'iilt. and you will hud it luncrio: to a..j thing you have ever ON 30 DAYS' TRIAL. Fleitrlc Applaneeti.ou trial for to dayito thobe aftllcu d with Arnuai lMity and aiwof a permnal nature. A ao of the l.lver, Kl.lmya, Itlieuuialum, Parajj n. etc! A turt cur, (ruaranfcoj or o ih'U- ' ' "i Addresi Voltaic Belt Co., Marahall. Mlrh. BEFORE BUYING OR RENTING AN ORGAN S'n4 for ertr LATKST Ulcvtratid Cataioooi (Wmv to), with xawur r i as. at $.".1 and upwar i or a .is m ytwner, and up. Sentret. M bON A llAMLtN (iRdiN CO . 114 Tieinont St., IHISiOJii 41 ljt 14lh St KW YOMIti li WabahAYe.,0IIICA(JO. M" Do Your Own Printing Prea'B and eutflti from S tn Kltmi riv.v efTjpe. Catalogue and redueed p. Ire In iree. ' ii. nuuvr u. I'iiiiailelpltia.Pa. IT.I.7.MIMATK1 Tilp Around the World. Alia gurlcjtl and AIu.ickI tut rtamiiKuu, Dl.nlvlng Y'.j. '''- ' terms to r'hurilim awl Societies. . v. IH1.J-. MVESKY'S.Bil Ceulre Street, New York. VOUNGMEN m IBUDtb. hlvsirv irrniln-.a an Learn Telenranhy ant Mrn M4li tolfiloaaa SUon. Andreas R. Vafentlne. Mauaner, Janeavnle. Wis. month. Itv.rv ura.lii.la ni.ranlu.il a rtnvtnir BitM. X'MAS PRESENTS, free. Send address fi iooT particulars, r. liurtJ, I3 5cbi otn treet, lloaton, ataaa. MINERAI Por locatlnK Mines an. Bntied 'lli.riHU nUU ,re)Mrrt For f urthe' pa't'e larsaddreis PRILANDKH UOO'l'H, Plannrhie. Conn, S3502 1HORTIII AGENTS WAKTum IU llt Selling Articles In the world, a aampleAw. Jay Uaomoa, Union, Mtdi. $777 A TKA R and expenses to scent. Outllt Free. A Idle t. 0 V1CKERY, AuijUata, Maine. 172 r ff1 "Vstboms sIl!e. Costly V OnUU free. aUdieat Taos 4 Oo, Aogiuu. Main. CELLULOID SAPONIFIER 5 CREAf gft I FOB RHEUMATISM. Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of the Chest Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Bodily i Pains, Tooth, Bar and Headache, Frostei Feet and Ears, and all other Pains and Aches. Ho ."reparation en earth equals St. Jaciwis Ot as m ane, sure1, sfmrfe and eAeap External Bemedy. A trial entails but tbe eomparatlTaly trifling outlay of 60 Cents, and every one sutTerta with pain can liars cheap and poaittve proof of las claim.. Directions In Eleven Languages. SOLD ET ALL DBUGQISTS AND DEALEU IV MEDICINE, A. VOGELER & CO., Halttmore, Sfd., U, S. at. N T M U 4 PERMANENTLY CURES KIDNEY DI3EASE3, LIVER COMPLAINTS, Constipation and Piles. IT HAS (WONDERFUL BECAUSE IT ACTS ON THE iLlVER.TIIH UOWEE3 AND 1U.D-M JNEVS AT Tnn 8A3IE TIS1E. Beeauco It clcanoes tho Byetemoi Sthepolconouc humors that dcvoloDe tinKianeyani urinary aiccaooo, Bll-tl llniiftnn.4. .lrM,nrtlr.- nnnllnn,lAN.H lPlloo, or In Rhoumatlsm, Neuralfila ana pcmaioaisoraera. KIDNET-VCUT la dry veretnble een 3 pound nnd can boacnt by mull prepaid, lone package will mnkoalx qts of meiKrlne TXITK" IT 3XTO"W I Buy II nt the Drueslats. rrloe, tUOOi IM"M1 A aa ii Iiurllnrton, Tt. II FRAZER AXLE GREASE. Flllt RtT.K ItV t l. .' a r .. I... Aicardal Uie UEUAJ. vf HOStili at tlie aaUnnla! cmt I'uris Kr ot-ti .,ia. Chicago FRAZER LUBHICAIuH CO. NewYork. RED RIVER VALLEY 2,000,000 Acre3 Wheat Lands beat In the World, for sale br Uas St.Panl.MinneapolisiMaDitoliaRsB.CO. Three dollars per aera allowed tbaae'tlar for braak tog and euluvaUoa. For parilculara apply to . D. A. McKINLAY, ' vvmniittiiiunrr, t, taui. sllnn. BI-CARB SODA Ii the bert In the Wo-ld. It ts shsolutely pnre. It lathe i kLlor.fl0: '"al P'Ps. II ii tlie btht lt Hiking and all 1 auUly Lsca. Sold Ly all UrutgiaU aud Orocen. PENN'A SALT MANUFACTURING CO.. Phils. WAUTKTS Agents everywhere to sen oar goods, by lampie, to Is ml lei We give attractive preterite ftml Hrst-clMi ko'X'I to vour custoinera; wt oo oo4 piuuu; wa prepay k;i exprew Qavtfusi w larnua Writ for D&rtlcu urt. b ouUkl FKOPLK'S IK a CO., Box 60H9, Bt UaU, Ma. TEAS.-S Choicest In the world Import ei' piitt i Hi,? vuiNiuy in Afi merit n lapic irlitleiilnii'i'B ewvrvboilv T&.u s-a.n. timtJ iy ine rt.au 1 1-; Ascnts wai.iiM evtrj wltere bl Ui:u emr nis d n'l husIc liroc u nit for Circu ar Jtuu r WELLS, 4j Vency HU, X. V. P. O. liox 1X1. TRUTH iftt?l"JXl bstt..fctMtwltW " Jt A 1.1. l-ersons wanting Kmployment to Ifercanttli lloima, II. .till, biores. OHIcea, ete., and Temlien de.irlne N-hool eiiiML'enienu. call, or aildre-a wltb itanit. jUNUATf AN AKHKCY. T:ta Uroailway.N. VVcil? COnnn ,w 59'OlvenAwar. 8eo1S-et WsiWWtl 11m lb cm, Lewisbui.h.l.:iilonCo..Pa. A A u3B!'?.In "- Nemos Debmt, weak rut ai of Generative org ana. St all diuaclata Beua for OlrTr to AlleniPliarmZyisir. a'a; v. T,A1,'!WA,iMW,l' TIM Hat. lOcents. , '.''i";' jltyta.xuA, Aljt. , New York P. ., K.Y. A O ?4?g ,,00K nr WONDKKS for a Sent atamp a y' AuUreiaB. Fox A CO..aUi CaualBt.KewVofi fllT JI'ICIH ee'llng our Robber Stampesnd Wailg Buiples Free, Cook msiell. Cleveland, Q. t5t0$20?f)' ,n paanp-lt wort u ire Addraa kiiaaus AuL Fuskaud. Ma. Pitt CvOALTfVr , , I WHAT I SHALL I I FRJ!RSXLt J yco Ants thi$ CREASE. J fJATliOfJA