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ii -iultvit -'" arc &ccuto:ncti to as-v sociatc wnTHhS'TSrcakfasr-tablc or desert nmv arret UiWv take on this unfamiliar aspect. Oranges tlunly s:ice-i an i ir'-w j miiti : 4,rioum, my love: roon ine lrom seeds dressed with lemon-juice tnd j factis, we've been having a serious chat Falad-oU, one-fourth cf Jemon juice to j atKJut the disgraceful yes disgraceful three-fourths of oil, with adust of cayenne way foreign hotels are er drained, and Hcpper cciubine novelty with merit ; all that ; and (in the interest of our fami opecially is orange salad excellent wrth I irs and other English families who go cold pune or cold roa-d ioik. Lemon abroad in the autumn), Jones, Brown, lialad is similarly prepared, with the ad j KoMnson, and ar 1, have elected our ditlon cf lettuce, -careful: washed and si.-hes into a kind of sanitary inspection dried, and Fome fprirs of tresh mint or j Committee, aDd have settled to pop over tarragon. Upon the washing of green ? fas,t for a week or two, you know, and re vegetablfs for salads much of the;r f-xoel- ! port upon some of the hotels at the best I'-nee depend-; they should be shaken ' known French watering places, includiBg about, with it bre.iking. in a large pan of ' er Paris. Rather a risky thing to do, water, well ?ahed, si:ce the action of j 0f COi 1 w: the salt will letroy all the minute inlmbu j tints of their frc.-ch green coverts, and, j once dead, troin khetr lort'c ot grawty j llev will U.l lo the bottom of the wa'er. j When the f aiad plants btt free from srvnd j and liiM-cts they should be thakn. with- j out breakir.g their leaves in a colander, a : w ire banket, or larure dry napkin until no moihture aohereMo then. ; then they may h: i:M-d at oj.ee or kept until wanted in a very cold, dark p'ac' Another admirable l.rrakfast salad in Mm, n.ade from inusk melon ; it in delicious with broiled trout, or wtlmon. The melon is to be cooIeI, cut in its own divisions, dusted with cayenne oeppcr andi-alt,aiiddrif-M d with one-fourth t llemori-jwice t' three-fourths of oihe oil. i'Jiis fielit -ious di-h is uiven ft little Ix-fore ts f-eason, but do not forget it; neither let ' 'oblivion overwhelm the tact that from go-cbeniep, H-i the- fea.son advances, the variation in .s;-lad.s may lie continued; use the barberries witli lettuce, .sliced cu cumbers or early celery, dust them lightly w itli ( av i.'iif. anu dre.-,H tl'eiji with nux- t ure o! oil and lemon-juice already men-! ti.'fied. ( i'oh Th rri s of full .-i.", tut still j green, m. eu miwi H.rcu cucumoer or y iiing onions fl1"' drese! with oil, cayenne aj.d a vi rv in i' c;ii'ii-j,iice r vincgary cuinhii.c iiicely with hroihd mackirel, ' cithi r salt r lri.-h. More fcea-'fiahle is lipplf salad, made hy f-.licmg tart apples and unall ovluu and dressing them with oil, vim-gar. or l'-mon ju;ce, and a vi ry iittJe cayenne pet.fw.r. 'i'licsu iittle onion.4 have L'U.at"r eharms enotmh.even if not co.nl.ii.ed silli c.ucumliers in the hcasonahle spring morning salad; tise on ions weli and plenlilully, not for ur fiiends" fake hut lor vour own. '1 in: si ij:niw: Vai.m: (d' Ai-i-ik- Although the ai'pi. i-i a irimc favorite among our native hints, it is generally re garded e a ii t.i!)lo luxury ia li r than as an important article of f.i J. in many pirt.s ot Knrope,i specially iti lhittany,Oermany, arid in ( iinwai!, l.iuland, it forins, with hrtail, the ( hul diet el the agricultural chisves llesiiU s futni hing absolute nu irnni nt to the system, its mineral salts hiid acid exr r(ise relriLi ntnt and tonic i Hi ( ts, and it in an -invaluable laxative. In addition to these excellent qualities, it is our eheaie.-d and in't abundant fruit. and nowhere d'es it :ioa in sue li prolusion ur.il perfection as i:i the Middle and luast- rn Jtati s, an I uvyr the (.'atiaijeu lioider. A- i vi ry particle ot food must be acted upon by the irasiric juice, or seine of it will be troubles-oine aitUrward, it stands 10 I eason t hut the tiuer to d is cut, chewed, inn -ticaK d, the more cnslly ynd perfectly will it diM.lve or be' digested. Meats, vi'm'ables, any looii masticated as line a.s small shot, wi I cirtainly Le diucsted ftir more easily and very much sooner than if it goes down in lumps as large as buck shOt, or chestnuts, or wa'nuts. Masticate the food line i.i the mouth, and mix it well there with saliva. Ai l. heat or warmth in the body et mcs lrom lmd ox'u'ied, slowly birnel in the body, just as mucli and in about the same way that heat in the stove cr furnace comes from luel; oxidred cr burned there. Warmth is;ahvuvs escaping from the body unless it is iti an atmosphere nearly up to loo (leg. ot heat. Warm clothing, warm house-, stalls shed?, that prevent the rapid escape of heat save the necessity of taxing the Mointit h to digest an excessive amount of food (fuel) to keep up the neat of the body, human or brute. C.im;u: 111 Ot w bite sugar take live pounds, of lemon juve a gill, ot honey a ijuarter of a pound, of bruised finger five ounc es, wa'er Jour gullons utut si half. Hod the .giiiiitr m three quarts ef wa'er for half an hour; and then add the sugar,' lemon juice, honey and the rest- of the water. S'.rafn the whole through :i cloth. When ti.e mixture is cold, add a quarter ot the white of an egg, and a Mnall te,:ispoonful of essence f lemon. Let it stand tor four days, and' then bod i;, jJiugtr beer made in this mama r, and tkhlly i-ojked, will lt I p sftX lie If. h-v Wk i O .: m. --Handle a wtt ha' as lightly us pusNili'u', WitK- it. as dry as you can with a i-nk hat.dkcrchicf : and when nearly tlry, ue a sol t bru.-h.' it th" lur should stick i;etlu r ii any part, dampen it lightly with a s or.ge dipped hi bear or vineirur, and then brush it till dry. i'ut the stick yr strttv hir iut a tiau.f hat, to keep it m pr per li:rt.'. SN hen a coat gets 1 wet, wipe it down the Way Ot the nap j witli a sponge or si'.k handkerchief. Do ' not put wel t' K.ts or hKS near the lite. j Siav.mkkino. Sta:nmcri:ig is Caused by j atteino's to eak with lutus.' In Singing, f the !ungsaxe kept w ii icll tied, nnvl there j is no statu ring. The method of cure is to j require the patient to keep hi lungs veil idled to draw inquetit lon bi i atbs;-' to j peak loud, and to pause on the' iita:U of ! tinding embarraint nt m their pcet h, ; lakitiL' ulo.g inspiration 'before they go on j again, i Lv.MoN iVki:. ileal to a cream one cup of butter and'thne c.r,s d' pwdervd sugar. Add the yolks of 'iv? eggs, prvvn u!y well beaten, the juice and gtaUd rind of one -lemon: and a cup "f milk with a lea pvufulof saleratus tor baking jowdcr) dissoiveu l it. 'llu'iia.ld the whites, of J the ccx- 'eatt n'lo a sti:T flotli 111 four euiv- of t! .:r and bake. Wi'.F.N w ater has once Wi :i m. bil, the. fire may be much U;iied, !l5 Vat- little heat is required to keep it a! dn ihng jKunt. .vjie is tv" advatitHge wnatever r.i J making water boil furi 4;s:v; the heat will Vscajn in steam, without raising the heat of the w ater. To fix pencil mark? that they will not rub cut, take well skimmid milk -and di-r Into with j.n i ni-i i hn.k of water. !i-,h siUxJ r t,r j the pencil marks (wiutl.tr' writin drawing; with ihe liquid, us.nj: a Ai, i!at camers-haiq brush, ai.d avo.Oing all ru! bing. Place it upon a flat bojirtt t dry. hit and humor. Ti iiLic snniT. Mrs. Smith; "What have you gentlemen been ' plotting down stairs, that you look so euilty?" Mr. course; but we -er -look upon it in the liUt of a datv (ln'..iiij."ili, Indiana, Farmer.) Kvt-rviKxly itlstit. When every one says a "thing is so, it must be so." Oa this point Mr. A. IL Lyman, druggist, Manistee, Mich., writes: Every one who tries St. Jacob's Oil, says that it is the best fen.edy ever used for rheurna'ism. Mr. White, a customer, after having employed every known spec ific for rheumatism was cured by St. Jacob's Oil. Dm ooir-T. "Poctor,you must prescribe more calomel and less bitters. I'm all out of the latter and have an immense stock of calomel on hand, and'must work it ofl thin month, or take a heavy loss.'' Physician "Tell you the truth. I begin to think that calomel ii much superior to bitters." (Both wink, 'both smile, and ljoth walk briskly off, like men who have done a good deed. In unity there is strength. Mi:. Pi:1m went fishing, and on his re turn told somederrific lies about what he caught. Said sharp lo him, "What do you want to tell such yarns as that for? Tell something possible, if not probable. .Don t you know that everybody saw that you were lying?" "Yes," answered Prim. Then, What the blazes did you do it for ?" 4'Why,"I wanted them to know I was ly- imr. l dutn t want them to tuimc l was eccentric.1' Fall l.Uver,'Ma.".) I 'ally Herald. r.arnar.l ...liufaeturiii ;i-iiujy. Mr. Isaac L. Hut. Superintendent, No. .1 Ashton street, says : . 1 1 ave used that eunerior remedv. SU Jacobs Utl in a Se vere case of rheumatism inmy arm, and its effect was woniierful, having Danished, after a thorough trial, all pain leaving my arm us well as ever. "Now, t'nen, madam, please look stead ily at this place on the wall," said a photo grapher to an old lady, when he had put her in a position and the plate in the cam era. The old lady looked hard at the spot indicated, then got up and walked across the floor and minutely inspected it, and then, turning to the photographer, gently rematked. "1 don't see anything there." "Is the weather on ML Washington any better or more certain than it used to be ?" imj lired Pingrey of a friend who spends his summers at the White Mountains. .'Well, I don't know that it is," said his friend ; "why do you ask?" "I heard that since they built the railroad, the tourists had a different climb it. That's all,'' added Pingrey, as he cut his Dame in bitr letters on the office turniture. . Those subject to cosliveness should at once try 'Sellers Liver Pills." 2oc. per box. Sold by all druggists. "My wife," remarks one benedict to another, "has just the lovliest head of nair you ever saw. When she lets it down it reaches in a mass of ringlets below her waisf." "That's nothing, replies the other.'" "When my wife lets hers down it fid Is to the fioor!" "Female complaints" are the result of impure blood. Use "ITindsey's Blood Searcher.". "The dog ?" said Junior Alley, in re spouse to a remark about his looks. "Yes, he is not in very gxd condition. . He lost over two pounds of flesh this morning in as man v minutes." "How was that?" "Oh, it was a piece of liver got it away from him." Another do A Loslner Joke. A prominent phvsician of Pittsburg said jokmsily to a lady patient who wacomplam ing of her continued ill health, and of his inability to cure her, "try Hop Hitters! ' The lady took it in earnest and ired the Hit t.rs, from which she obtained perma nent health. She now laughs at the doc tor ft r his i-ke, but he is not so well- rleasui with it as it cost, him a good pa- t'tnt. "Eh, James," said a strong-minded wife to her submissive husband, "what is the difference between exported and trans ported?' "Why, my dear,' he replied. "if you should go to Europe, you would be exported, and I well,! ahould be trans ported." Habitual C-tiMic is- tv e tune of ntiiily very 'Aoier can wotnan Fiotu tt u-Ui;iv &r eei those disorder that ao -urrly uu 1-riaine their health aul trength. F.tfcry woraan owe it fo herself nd to htr family to iho that cebrated medicine Kidney w ort" It is the -ure r medj for c nittpation an 1 for ail disorder ef the kidneya and her. try ;t m L.j'iii r drv form F-aatly efScieot ill Vi.tber. Ik-sUm Swi-iy Bwljei. "Have you tried the blue-glass remedy yet ?' :iked Smith of Jones. "No, "paid j Jones ; "that is, only indirectly. My i" miik'au, judging from the color of his miiK, is trying it on his cow&i and so in- j directly on me." Kile xnd MoqQlto. I'c box ' licagh an liaU" keep honae free frcm tiiea, t-ed bugs, roaches, rata mice, A;. i MlSSKJ. V.CRiiAS & (BEPLT. MutTlll lite Puiul ii;. iydtu nU Cheat Lu i evec a, ave oa hind Aoup-erosto, k u. ti.i&.Que qii:ty Dia liic'U :?, wlilcb tuey ( fTcr at 10 prlOe 43 ttcrus "i tne r.rsi uual.'y. p ru-ei ahite la color &d &Li-e, cau l-e &c.. tr. Hon' I ; t The Chill. If yr- &'e sutieci to Ajrce joa must beware t kerp our bvef. K vreU a'-.d i!tirBiu scoi fr e I'oi.Ji'iou. Wntu k, you wt.l be aa?e from all at. ack4. Tbe remedy t use ts Kidnej korL li ia the beat pre vent atir o' all ma larial disease that you caa takCk be-e ajver t:tmeut iu auothtr oo nan. , Vegetihe Cured Her. BrLLrrnt, Kr. . DR. IL R. STEVENS-Deab Sir: I most state that jour Veg-efctse deserves to be called a valuable blood parifler, fen orator and Invigxjrator of the whole system. My wile 6u2?ered for a lenjta of tune wiih a scrofula sore on the lejr.c e toot several bottles of Vejretme. The results were surprising; It cureo aer.. while all the former remedies failed to give satisfaction. Respectfully, T. F. TRICK. I know the above to be true. HENRY WERTHMEIER, Prug,jrist and Apothecarv. rjy Moarnos-fc St Vej?ft;ne For eradicating all Imparities of the blood from the system, it has no equal It has never failed to e3eet a core, glvtru? tone and strength to the system debilitated by disease. Purities the Blood. Boston", Mass., Jan. 13. l77; MR. H. R. STF.VKNS Dear Sir: I have been csinjr Vegetme tor some time with the greatest satisfaction, and caa highly recommend it as a ertat c!eaiier aa l purin-r of the blood. J. L. HANAFOKD, I'astor of Egletoa Square M. E. church. ;- Nervousness, anl all ileningernents of the nerv ous system, are usually .'.rm.--KHl with a diseased condition of the Mood." la-iuiity is a frequent ac companiment The first thin? to Ik? done is to Im prove the condition of the !11. This is accom plished bv taking Ver'-t;ne. It is a urne medicine, and p-nes.-:B i control!ui? jxiwer over the nerv ous system. Th jusands Speak Vejretine Is acknowledged and reeorniueii ifd ly iihysn iaiis and a;othecaries to )k the M-t ptiritit-r au 1 cleanser ol the bl'jod yet tiiM-overed. au 1 thousands .speak in its praise Who have neeii restored to health. Vegetine Preparel by IX. STEVEN!, Boston, Mass. Yigctiiic i S Id bf AH Druggists. UBS. LTD1A L PIHCTAEJ, OF LYIH. GISL, LYDIA E. PIMKHAr.TO VEGETABLE COMPOUND. Is a Positive Cora tar all tlM Painful Complaint n4 "llhlilll eemuaoa t oar best female popaltla. Itwllletira ntlrly tbe wont f orm of Femal 0 plaints, all oraiian troubles, Inflammation and Uleen tlon, Tailing and Displacements, and the eo&MqaeBS Bplnal Weakneaa, and U particularly adapted to the Cbange of Life. It will dlasolre and expel toaaora from the ateroa la aa early stagreof derelopmont. Tbe tendency to cam eeroos htunora there ia checked TeryapeedOy by It uee. It remoTes falntnesa, flatulency, destroy an erarlnf f or atlmulanta, and relleTea weakneea of the atomaob. It eurea Bloating, Headaches, Nerrooa Proatratloa, General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and IndV gestlon. That feeling, ef bearing down, eanstna; pain, weight and backache, U always permanently cured by Its use. It will at aU times and under all ctrenmstannes act la harmony with the laws that gorern the female system, For theure of Kidney Complain te of either sex thlr Compound Is unsurpassed. LYDIA E. PrNCnAMm TEOETABIJC COM POUXDla prepared at 133 and 135 Western Arenas, Lyma,xUss. Price L Six bottles for $5. Beat by mall In the form of pBls, also In the form of losenges, oa receipt of price, f 1 per box for either, lira. Plnkhaa freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Bend for pampa lei. '. Address as aboTe. Mention thi Pupar. Ho family should be without LYDIA K. PINK HAM XJVXR PTLL8. They cure constipation, billon aad torpt Uty of the Drer. tt cents per box. Bald by all Drngglata. Hj CELEBRATED STOMACH . Tbe Traveler wtio Wisely FroTiaea Affainst the contingency of Illness by tak Bg wim him Hostetwr's S omah Bmrs. baa oc casion to congratulate himself on his foreMght, when he sevs others who Lave selected t' do a suffering1 from wrae one of the maladl s for wnica ii h a rem ay anl D even ve. Anion thes are fever anJ ag-ue, biUousaes-i, constipa tion anl rheumatism, ffl-ea-.es often attendant upon a change of cllmau; or unwonted diet. ror sale oy all drufc-g.to and dealers generally. It hop bitters: (A Medicine, not a Drialu) OVTAISS nops'isrrnr, mandrake, DAN DEX.ION, A5u th rr.rT axr BxsTzr-'.'-fLQVM.i.i- TIIEY All Decs"f tteS'cvmach, CovtU. P'.ood. Livtr. Klio v. aid Ur5r.ryTrga-a. Kcr-Huis,.''is;ii,'r.'-!-r!'l e;wJ rea.c .u;?.aiii:a. SIOOO IN COLD. W!!l t-e pa5d for a eae tsey r Bn cur or t-.p. or ir ati j trying imyufe orliadrtoos i jui in thesi. A vocr drtsggiat for Hrn B'.ttert ar3 try thta before jou ak p. Take ro other. D I C ! an av.'t:te 5i '.rr-tt'!4 c-.r for Dnuikeuir,v.e 1 o; iua toUuv aid tareotu. SrxD roi Cisf-rtAE. All cil t t rsrL Hrp Sttm V e. . P.s,. N. a v mzj. TV. r I j Adrertlalnf; Cheats. It has become so common to write the bezinmng of an elegant, interesting article aad then ran it into some advertisement thai we avoid all such cheats and simply call attention to the merits of Hop Bitters in as.plain, honest terms as possiMe, to in duce people to give them one trial, as no one who knows their value will ever use anything else, mm A little boy entered a fish market the other day, and seeing for the first time a pile of lobsters lying on the counter,look ed intently at them for some time, when he exclaimed : Them's the biggest grass hoppers I've ever seem' The only hope of bald heads Caebolisx. a deodorized extract of petroleum. Every objection removed by recent improvement. It is now faultless. The only cure for baldness and the most delicate hair dressing known. Didactic Patient : Do you know why I am going to whip you t" Impenitent Urchin : "I suppose because you are big ger than I am." Vegetine. This preparation is scien tifically and chemically combined, and so strongly concentrated lrom roots, herbs and barks, that its good effects are realized im mediately atter commencing to take it. The national debt of England amounts to 76S,719,000. Children are cured of bed-wetting by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. s The value of coal mined m Alabama n 1830 was over two million dollars. Foe killing lice on cattle or horses, take sassafras roots, boil them to a strong tea ; take some old cloth and wash the animal so as to wet the hair and hide thoroughly, and that will destroy the lice. Sows (hat are expected to farrow should be kept in a quiet' place, away lrom the others. They should be fed on rich sloppy food, well protected against cold draughts and wet, and good beds made for them of sawdust or cut-straw. Ir hens get into the habit of eating eggs, take enough bran and corn-meal of equal parts for one feeding, and enough for the hens to eat. Mix together and feed it to the hens. , ' No soil has yet been discovered in this country where remunerative crops can be secured without labor, or substantial property without value received. Land, laid down with clover is better than money in bank, drawing more mterest than any bani can pay and compounding the interest cftener. It is said two parts tallow and one of rosin, melted together and applied to the soles of new boots or shoes, as much as the leather will absorb, will double their wear. "So you enjoyed your visit U the me nagerie, did you?'? inquired a young man of his adored one's little sister. "Oh, yes I And do you know, we saw a camel there that screwed its mouth and eyas around awfully ; and sister said it looks exactly as you do when you are reciting poetry at evening parties." Card Collectors 1st. Buy seven bars Dolt bins' Electric Soap of your Grocer. 2d Ask him to give you a bill of it. 3d Mail us his bill and your full address. 4th. We will mail YOU FREE seven beautiful cards, in six colors and gold, represent- ing SJiakspeare's " Seven Ages of Man." I. L. CRAGIN & CO., 116 South Fourth Street, PHILADELPHIA, Pa. Payne's Automatic Engines Reliable. Darable and Eeaaaileal. tetn fur. aiiA a harm vorcer wiiX Va teat fuel and troier ian any other Engine bU cot fitted with an Automatic Cut-02. bend Tor IllnstraUd Catalogue 4" lot InformaUoa and Prtoaa. B. W. PAYNE k SONS, Box son. CorolD. N'. T. SI7 RUPERTUS Celebratec Shot Cunt atlid op. 5 y XxAlxr& Bree-h Loader tI azzlr and Rreech.lxmdiBjr Gan. Rifle aad Piatola of mM aoceond AT 1 iuA Amrtmx wvkt kind of .portiB ImplrraenUi and amci jriired by SirTtmrjeti ana Gucmalcera. f'olt'a New 3reb-Xad i i-ecb.Ltadina OoatsJt k jb0 up. iemd mamy for fhK adelphia. fa. CAHCER INSTITUTED': "2J2J- r- czitx: tnsatEs.t aiid uiioctj tracuoe. ataxia x w jTe-cc:ment:y anrivaied J f a&d u acknowledged 2 f aa-tbortty 00 Caccer aad kindred. The trt rx-K-g traordiiry eurea by &a S great CktmtcoU Gmer JkHndatt are reerirded- Ate ion ft, rtnuieiea, lams " - g 1 1 oi orftarfi trMMnli 3 reered la recyyrtag tbe S larjrwt cf Cancers cr ai ' m TtaacTa. Fcsr rartimlara. S.artd for free treat: we 0 eaS'on DR. SXTSE. m AfrmHi 1'?" w I t) I mm I 1 ansav maammMmmam 3 J&L IZJTi.1 aait m, THE GREAT GERMAft REMEDY ros NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, BACKACHE, II SORENESS ) or ras CHEST, SORETHROAI, QUINSY, SWELLINGS Axa SPRAINS. FRPSTED FEE! EARS, AK9 SCAIiDS, General Bodily Pains. TOOTH, EAR HEADACHE, ALL OTHER filISS o ii 1KO MIHNUtHIIMMl ACHES. Ko Prfpscstion 0I rth equsU St. Jayibs)il m t 8rK. ICIi. simple sod pheai Exurntl Remedy. A tnsl entails but the evmrartie!r triflimr outUy of AuCn. nd evsrjr one suffering with f san-csn Lve ctcsp sod ( yaitiTe proof of feaoUims. DIRECTI05S 15 KLINES LA&CCAGES. SOU If ALL BIQOaiSTS AU OIALEIS III MEOTCIKE. A. VOCELEA & CO. Baltimore. Md.. V. S.A, YOU CAN BUY THE B LATCH LEY pump Unl inert, or with Coppr, Porrelaln,or Iron Lilnliin. Kaoh one sjenniieu wun my name as manufactarer' is warrantel in maU rial and con strurtif'Ti. For sale hy the"bet hous in t)te trade. If vou d not know whore 'to Kit this pump, write to me h l low. aud 1 vu! st-ud name or acent neureM yu, wno wui Mippiy you at my lowest prict-.. CHAS. 0. BLATCHLEY, Manufactnrer, 308 Market St., Philadelphia, Fa. BUGGIES for Dealers MHlnm Work j Low PrlcKM. 0aiONCAIIIA8tll TB CO., Cincinnati, O. Catalogue FRK SMITH'S PAT. BLIND AND SHUTTER BOWER. Mmtters can b" pRcM 2. .1, 1, 5 or six inched apart and h d ecu ply in e .! portion. Airouts wii.t-il in every cminty. Can mak! bi w:ige 8utnmr and Fall. The h ht aiid h:n is :n--t t hint? out. fl a at every h-'U"-. writ?' for - pa ticulara S -mp!ea'hy noi f r 6 cmt iof uc d 'r -sn SMIT A CO., 304 Mn.tr .Street. PHIUulelplita Pm. c ARPENTER'S POCKET COMPANION, 81. Descriptive Circulars Free. Address THOS. MOl.oNKY, Jackson, Michigan. Send Five Dollars, S'ii'Sr,1" Doctor Nixor, Nlxouvilie, Ai., and got relief. War favor upon ihe AjdvertUer and U nrtxnmm &nk-.nv mn anMrtlaament wi PnbllslMr by atatlnc that tbary rawtba adw. fasMsnt ba Uila leavaa (aMwIaf? aa rhe Electric Wonder. i .av f 4.n Trr. METTAUR HEAD A CITE P1XLA enra most wtmderfally In n very short time both SICK and NERVOUS IEEADACHEj and while acting on the nervous system, cleanse the stonaadt of excess of bile, prodocins a regular healthy action of the bowels. OO A full size box of these ralaable PELLS, with foil directions for m com plete core, mailed to any address on receipt of nine three-cent postage stamps. For sale by aU droffglsU at 2Se. bole Proprietors, C BBOTfTf CHE3HCAI. COMPAJiT, Baltimore, TOJu oooof I. A RI.E LKAU TTPK! so.ooe told : VI8SD MEW TESiSMMW IT SELLS THE FASTEST! let. Beesoae ft ia ao exact reproduction word for w-d, line for lice, page for tare ' f th ich ersion of Casnlrtlg". Tt xact aanrtcf of or reprint is gcarautet by thra-? .-f th trmi t. '- ru M tsooaa in tJe-.aa5r ; t-ei tea wn-ch its s:oaey is cut'j turtD! ty th f ll iw ia : -gaUhed Bb;ielh U-m , H T asT. 1) D . LL. V.. th 1.;I. 11. II l, LL. B.; Pcbt Lw it 1; 3d. Btau II comilB a ectLBlfU Vilfbff cf ikl. iut ia rrultti 'mLlt.l m., . n ... , . f 1 1 r erMp cf th world prcnrja a Jatd:5ea eraioa f tUa Uoly Jscria'-UTTS . and giea rsry :ttrf ;a grtph cai k'Vfia cf the tn.n'-Dt nJn CfMEar-i o'f. it. S vttre th teatimoBT tf Vetd ce dila-i; W. take parar In ce. CfriEf to the accuracy cf h-A'r" Amrt-an edition. In typ" apuy. tawrk and btadl- g, it t nry ay e-vmoieadable Sga.d- ifasofS.r. D. D..5- J to Pddib D I , S. T ;C. H. Ktab II. V l , Ph l. i sotatnwa 1 t f-' trivia lha A eg So-American .lti n. J. P. !i.sin.h. D..LL l..N. T " 1 cordtal'y c a ' ' 5awasn. Wm. T. aime, D. Tk, S. J." 4' I bdles it to Le a ptrtet reprtat. It gsvea a ai"1- ''- (read it. Chaa. F. lsen. D D ,N- T. "Itta a oarrl vf Ans'tjn 'cUrpr'.M.-ii t T. A- K G-'r Bnka Prices o; tbi- A-gpvAmeH aa" Edj'i-a. taciud eg - IL.tory cf tbe Rvi.i oittoit "! Cidb. ai.SOl Arabella. aa. w ;ttf.nt birtorv (bib er-ct!v . ..m. . ...1. r.t.i . - ."i 4tr th teatimo&T 1 1 Vetd ce dilai; tncetaa ihca!Bt rag- Mt bv, Cloth, rd edg. aaiea aaauesM rreei an ar 20 000 AGENTS WANTED t3 te M sallara per k. Slllloas r--w -" - "'- mi wm. te SM aeilara per waK. JllUlsaa fur proves IXim Ui tt xttm .dulvft tba tt-l wsa'. Adiieee Keee of th ZceUah edltfna eests'B ttum - . . - . uvix,( wiwm iMimm frimiintaca asa if at WB CAJI iniP PBOnPTLT DR. R. C. FLOWER, The Great ltealcr and World I?, uotcned Ma-jtictist. OFF.CE and RESIDENCE: 1013 RACE Street, Philadelphia, AKD 5 West 22d Street, Sext York. Dr. F!owr h trratiKl and cnrd with'n tht ah iir tipvtnlt of tLirtwn thousand d tie t.i rin n. ai'l char.ctr of dne. l'nndmi n.l.:hoani of the person I a e txreiJ b'owiiht to ihe rxtor offw oa teds of ictneaa, anu liiiot n the throe &t U Ttn Ph'lde!ph!a Sfair'WrrrTjf.of Xor li.HD lr. K.ower, th world-reow doI ma$ et.' U13 Rr tret, is terforw ng won rfm cur b riHlftce.'" , , The Phitde?ph!a Record, oglW. , ij. . 'tr. Flower h deniDtrteii That his mt?5oi0 t tim dtrass. his up rior ad Diatc:I4 prr over li oth-r tyt hj f h ados; which har- Uui, hs proiHl tht dln-"e hs a dsnerou 'n-B;y in th - D t r. aud t:ii t U systeni of dros a tlAi-ra Th- I'b-latelphia Tin!ef November H.HOr : "Ir Fl w-r xtra rdtnar' onrr are r'v.i n' d 1. atvi cutid-of the ordi ry raed rsl mot .i T " The Phi adelphia s'andsy Item o? Not. U, .t. av: -Tae cs;r e!T. ctJ by lr. Flower within U last w .-ek. as tul ml scnl 'M. Dwf bu I, .a t rijfii;t t - a t .nJ-tilI hy th. wnJer'nl mn." The FhltdHrha Mercury of Sot. tl, y 4 : tver two hundred aa fifty oatuats wereturuej aa. Nst w. ty Ir. Flower." Ir. O rrtl. of Nw YorIt."onc opposed to Vt.' Fl.wr -ytm. .fter tntitlg the ssnr- ir h m eir,.deriml thrwufh th Triht In th wi k of heluic th work which I am CvtupLl t bm :, Ir. Vloer bs been tailed la and rius to b cio i th insn in ihl work. H rrftstleihe w.nxt rof womiera. I hre an him er.re tti dTin in titntty. a.1 bring them fr jiq tLe throes of 4catu in f. w minutrt." lr. Flswr can be consult 1 -1 either of th abova pi cet, eithT throuch corr(vi'd-ic or by pr onal appiciion. If a proni interview is ds sirrJ. arrang-tuenta should te made in advance. NOVELLO! DITSON A CO. are the o!e aeent for th Cnited states for the maKniCreut Nuvetlo list of Oratorios, Operaa, tlleea, rart-sung-s, Ac The separate Anthems, Cnorue or Uleea. oort but 6 cents to 10 cents each, and are very largely used for occasional singing. The following re excel lent and practical instructive worka, and are called 44 ITrimers," but are really a great deal more : 1. RUDIMENTS OF MUSIC. Hy Cumming, $ w 2. ART OF PIANO PLAYING. P.J Pauer. l.ft) 3. THE ORGAN. IJy Stalner. - - - l.lX) 2.tH) U) 1.(0 l.to 4. SINGING.- lit Randegger. - - - - - 6. .MUSICAL FokMS. Rv Pauer. 6. HARMONY. Rv Samer. - - - 7. INSTRUMENTATION. Ry ProuL a. VIOLIN. Ry Touri - 9. MUSICAL TERMS. Rv Sfalner. 10. COMlOSlTlON. Dy Stain er. - LIGHT AND LIFE. A new Sun.lay School Song Rook. Ry R. M. McINTosh. n-ice S5 ccuu. Liberal reduction for quantities. " Light and Life to all he brings, Risen with healing on his wing. Hail, thou heaven-torn lrlnce of Peace! Hail, thou Son of Righteousness !" From the attractive title to the last page, onta side and Inside, the whole book ia full of Life, and full of Light- Send stamps for specimen copy Specimen pages free. OLIVER DITSON & CO., Boston. a. e. rraiuN. a co 123 Cbealant Street , Philadelphia. 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Prices: In CELLU1II. of finest quality, highly dished tonch. ctirvfd. atralght or ulluhtly tajTei. i 1.2S. For flnet finished IiAKi' RUBBER, 8-lnch ai.Oi. 8ln h RnbTr Ounb, rf cent. S. nt paid, on receipt or Stamps, t'cxtral Mortey order or P.egUter-U I-uer. For full particulars and terms to A irent. address LONDON ELECTRIC FABRIC CO., P.O. Dos 4048. 114 Uaane riu, New York. o l!llIl)fi(nlE rnsK whiti:ppi:u: aTiix, HAsrMOJit: msoi be Anglo-American la Ike fopular tlltia of Ibr 91.at v-o-tiao Moroero. gdt U ! aree wkre we bare ave AaeaC iiEiiaTi:i.Y-a.trv" udraLd gan srsal itli wort Th oawari of 9 u alradj waaU iti -.shciiivtea are anxaiiti. axesu are Oafl:a V. H, HUBBARD BEOS. , 73.Cbt&t Stret. P l.i'.pv- I B lO 194 lm k.x 11 .Jl. t- u 1 Diaacrtaa at work day aad sight. J W w WI . . - " idertas ABOUT It.tM COPIES PCB TfEHS.