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Ornamllentatlon Without Money.
A good deal can be done by way of
home adornment without using any
money, and'in these hard times that is
quite an item with some of us. I saw
a handsome picture the other day made
pf1 1ieo8,a9sl. mp$s, sticks, and other
thhigi, Which had been picked up in
the fields and woods. The scene was a
landscape, with trees, a house, fences,
tIlIs,ai .valleysr V1 composed of these
coiginon,ar(iclbsi but put together with
such artistic skill, that it was very
charming. Ano9ier lady has a rustic
scene arranged on a foundation two
feet square. There is a house made of
tiny logs with tiny shingles, made
from old ones. There are doors aid
glass windows, a carpet and chairs,
while outside an old-fashioned well
sweep contains a bucket, and a doll,
dressed like a boy, stands by it with a
pall on his arm. A woman at the door
with a broom in her hand seems sweep
ing the steps. There is t creek formed
of looking glass and pebbles; and moss
serves for grass. Ferns artistically ar
ranged liell very much in home adorn
ment, both when growing, and when
pressed and skillfully used. A friend
showed inc a beautiful bed of forms
which she transplanted from the woods
this spring. They require a shady
place and considerable water. They
look well when pressed in a book or be
tween blotting-papers, to border lan
bregulns, or arranged in dainty
baskets, and for many similar1i1 uses. I
use them for spatter-work pictires.
These can be made very cheap, and
look fully as nicely after they are
formed as those that are made of more
expensive materIal. .1 mse cheap white
paper, shoe blacking, ia blacki nig brush,
and a tine sieve, only using a Very
little blacking at a time, and bruslhing
lightly on the sieve, being caref ul to
have each spatter very small. A great
amount of artistic skill may be shown
in making these pictures. bol.l in the
arrangement of the design amid in t.he
shading. Mottoes in spatter-work are
very halndsome. One picture I have,
even lad a cross, with trees and ferns
aronad it.; back of one of the trees was
a (leer, and ibove W's a moon and stars.
It was shaded to lbok like moonlight..
The designs are of course, Innmmera
ble. A great many pret.ty things can
be made of straws, Dainty little pie
ture frames, delicate baskets, and
vases for artificial flowers. They are
far more durable than one would slip
pose they would be, and for variety l.he
straws may have a tiny spiral winding
of gilt paper or Some itretty color.
Luto Hours for Ettiir.
One of the popular errors iII this
country is that which regards eating
heartily in the evening as detrimental
to health. Almost any one can find a
score of persons among his acquainat,
anee who have dinner at two or. t,hree
o'clock in the afternoon because they
are unwilling, later in the day to trust
their stomachs with anyt.hing more
solid than tea or toast. if they go
abroad, they look upon eating on board
the steamer, of Welsh rarebits anad the
like at ten .and( elevemn o'clock 1mm time
ev'ening, with much the same horror
that they would regard man excessive
use of liquor. But when oncee fairly
brought into contact with foreign
habits, say Enaglish dinnercms at eight,
anid Germman suppers at tea p. mi., they
usually fall back on time sup)position
that the umsagie of sever'al gemnerationa
has fitted the digestive organs of' for
eigners to bear thisa excessive strmun.
One worthy American lady13 dismissed
a native doctor in Paria as confessedly
incom petent because he recommendhed
for some dhyspeptie trouible thast sihe
should eat a hearty mneai some two
hours before going to bed. Fortunately
his successor took the same s1tand( and
though she consider'ed the method of'
treatmenit ats wholly wrong, she was
per'suaded 11nto followilng it, anid what
Is mo re, wvas caired ini spite of hmerself.
If our phlysicians would make this
matteir of' dIet more a study, it w~old(
hully r'epay them. 1t can not be that
we are diff'erenmtly or'ganmized from 0our
broetheran across the water', anid hence
what long ex peience has shmown to be
healthf'uilfoir i.hemi camn not prove ot,ber
wise for.-us. Th'le striniim whieh 0our
Ameieami habits of eating p)uta upon01
the systemi is, that it cr'owds tihe two
really life-giving meals of tao day,
br'eakfast amid dinnercm, close togethemr,
and( then-leaves thme body to last six teeni
1h0urs' omut of' twenmt.y.t'oumr.
O1locka in Ohmina.
Thme Chinese as at pedople appear' to
tmake but little mnote of time flight 01' t,mne
when enga1gedl wiih time industrial afi
faimrs of life, but time r'ev'erse is time ca.ee
imcertaina eventis of f'requmen toccurr'mence
in hulimanl etxper'iiee By t.hin wec
meani such) occurr'ences ats marmriages,
births and1( deaths, time flrst shiavbmig of
a sonm's head, breaking gr'ound( f'or a
newv house5, etc., time times of which amre
takemi and1( recomrded wvith pecumliar care.
''ie 01nly 11mn plossePsed ini imost eases
01' chromlinmg such an imnpor'tan.t event
as thie first nhaving of a soni's head, amre
lighted joss sticks, the cr'owving of'
cocks, hour glasses and1( oIlher similamr
contrivances, all extremely rude and
un arellable1 timenckeeper's. Comnpasses
andismall sun dials -are luxuries, anid
only eniployed by '.'professional men."
TLhe 'Yel-to-do admetimnes callI these
goditlomen in ptesumably to elhronlicle
the, hour of 'the lrt shlave or thme birth
oftn infant. in: large towns and dities
the different watbhes of time day', as as
eptAlped by the 'sun-dld are soun ded
bgjiuge '1rutha.at the:principal places.
One or the enriosities of Canton is a
tower Odilaistlng of >a System of tamnks
or vpesel, one above atndther, perfor
atedi, 'so that the water is kept dropping
regularly through them for the pur
pose o't spjIngk the tiun'e. fut somie o)f
tihe1Jgelitg11ilhseeni to at:Ise out of
tlys,qurinn eutom .are very-anlIsing.
Aichild born.atl.a.ay .Decemnber:81/ 1877
aP' oo1P.My', would, Atccii',lig
9 g eabe a y6ai id~ th:e
n gynig tD AiWyasold on his
iyould say I ia3i that lie 'Wais
FREQUENT CAUSE OF DIsEASE IN PIs,
-The diseases which affect these ant.
mals generally originate from their be
ing kept in loathsome and uncomforta.
ble situations, inhaling the most infec.
tious exhalations, and being at out
time stinted with food, and at anothet
fed to the extreme. The hog, although
wallowing in the filthiest mire, some
times leeding upon the most disgusting
kind of food, both animal and vegetable,
and often when in a decomposed state,
does not always do so with impunity.
We are convinced that many animah
of this class are annually lost from the
effects of improper food, or from living
in an atmosphere surcharged with poi
sonous elliuvia, the product of animal
or vegetable decomposition; and we
think owners of pigs often make greal
mistakes in not paying more attention
to the quality of their food and condi
tion of their lodgings. Decomposing
substances, both animal and vegetable,
grain that has undergone a changc
from long keeping or exposure to damp,
and which is loaded, perhaps, with tht
sporules of poisonous fungi, brine fronm
tite meat tub-these and other simiial
substances are often given to pigs as
food, and in many Instances have bee:
known to cause great losses. Muci
that we have seen convinces us of the
necessity of more attention being paid
to the quality of the food of these ant.
tais tha is generally bein,; done, ant
also to the nature of their lodgings, as
well as the air they breath. As a rule
we believe that old and strong hogs ar
not so easily atfected by improper foot
as young ones, and we have somtettme:
know i sows to appear tn perfect healtl
when suckling their pigs, but yet t<
have their i.lgs so alt.ered in quail t.3
fro; - the ef'ect of bad food as to destro3
WIND IintEAxs.-If the ttrier has t
barn, anid a fence around it, let hin
plant. outside of that fence, a row o
evergreens, closely toggt,her, so tha
not,hing can injure them, and in a fev
years he will have such protectiot
from the storm for his stock that m
tnoney could intdi" hini to remove tl
trees. We know this to be a fact, am
we further know that where such i
"wind breaker" exists no sliiverini
stock Is to be found. Of course w<
would not have these trees all rout.<
the barn, but Just at these parts wher
storms are most prevalent. And wlheri
farners have barns, or protection b;
buildings, and wish to have protect.ioi
in soie way, let them select some suit
able tield, amd hedge it inl withi tii
same kind of trees. in the same wal
I.huy woUld their b.rn yards they wil
meet with success; as every persos
who has tried the experiment knows
Let these wind brc.akers be plantei
during the coining suiner, and in
few years no farmner will complain c
having nio protection for his stock.
To l'isErv: 13u'rri.-To three gal
lois of brine strong enough to bear al
egg, add a quarter of a pound of nle
white sugar and one teaspoonful c
salt.petre. Boil the brine and when I
is cold strain carefully. Make you
butter into rolls, and wrap each care
fully In a clean white muslin cloth
tying up with a string. Pack a larg
Jar full, weight the butter down an
pour on the brine until It is submerge(
This will keep really good butter pei
fectly sweet and fresh for a whole yeat
Be careful not to put upon ice butte
that you wish to keep for any length c
Lime. In summer when the heat wl
not admit of the butter being made int
rolls, pack closely in small Jars, anm
using tihe saume brine, allow it to cove
tihe butter to a depth of at least four ii
ches. Th'Ims exciludes the air, and atl
swes vrynearly as well as t,he tira
1lonsEn FEEm.-IIay and oats malk
the hest, feed fbr horses that are oblige
1.o work hiardh and regularly. If thi
hay Is cuitandi the oats bruised or' grouni
the wihole mixed or moistened, thi
horse will eat lisa ratioiis quicker, dl
gest thiem sooner, anid thus have mnoi
tiime for resting aned renewing his p)ow
er for labor. Farmers' horses th a
work little durIng the winter may I
kept cheaper by catting and mlxiin
bright straw and hay in eqjual quant
ties, and adding a ration ot steamed pt
tatoes or rawv carrots.
LICE ON CAr'rL.-TihePractical Fa.
mecr says a good r'emedy for lice on cal
tie is water in which potatoes are bol
ed. For' every one of your cattle tak~
two quarts of waiter and eight mniddl
sized p)otatoes cut in half. If you hav
ten ca'tle you must take eight.y potatot
and twenty quarts of water. Whle
the potatoes are soft take them out
Get a large sp)oon andl wash the catti
freely, choosing a warmn day. Coms
them with a cturrmyeombl, and y'ou wvi
be surprised to see the effects of th
To save posts from decay, dip ti
ends1 to be set in tie grotund in pet.r<
lenim; paint or char them.
We believe In eniraching the soil a'
oording to Its wvants.
"Youii Onal't Foot Sie!"
A certain disciple of Esculaphi
who loves a joke, Is the owner of
fine skeleton, set up in such a manine
that by3 opeing the door of the recej
taele and touching a spin g, the hon
object will walk forward several ate!
out of the door. Among the many p)ea'
and detriments to study and though
wvhich this p)hystelanii laily sutbjeete
to, is the ftreqtueiit litrusion of atjpph
orange, andh other fruit-vonders In th
shape of small boys. 'The other d1a)
while ini close proximity to the door<
the closet, in which the skeleton us kel
the good doctor's rest was brokeni b
the entrance of one of the youthift
vendors wvithi a shrill cry, "Want I
btuy aipples ?" ThinkIng to have somi
sp)ort at the apple vendborR expense, th
worthy physician sulddenly threwv ope
the closet(door, and touching the sprlng
forth stalked the skeleton in all his bc
ny majesty. A basket was instanutl
dropped on the floor, a half bushel c
apples rolled broadcast over the roon
while a terribly sa.ared youth was see
dilsappearing through the oflce dec
with shrill cries. After. enjoying
quiet laugh, the physicI an busied hirn
self in picking up and .restorlng to th
basket the scattered fruit, expeetin
te lag *ould reoturn in a monment fc
his steak in trade.
After a brief interval the phtysiela
noticed from the windoiv the lad stand
lng in .the street gazing spellbound i
the office (leer. Seeing te lad evInce
no dispositlion So retuirn for his baske
and frutit, the dlotor. carried te sam
to the door, vhuieh lie opened, anc
calling-So- te lad, requested hIm t
Aome and get it. Jiud ge of the doctor?
surprise whlen he, was 'greoted with til
ollowing resfohls'e 'to'nIs iffvltat'o':
.ffe[y;o don3r,[ Yod~ can't fool mt
if you.havo-gos.your clotheos o in -"
13ARLIY SUGAR ALMONDs AND IIORIC
nOUND.-'Tho following recipe for bar
ley sugar, a favorite candy with Eng
lish children, is taken from an English
magazine: One and a half pounds of
nne loaf sugar should be broken into
small lumps and boiled over the fire
with a pint of water. It should be
skimmed carefully till it looks like glue,
and when dropped into cold water be
comes brittle and will snap. The juice
of a lemon and six drops of essence of
lemon should now be added, the sugar
boiled up just once, and then the bot
tom of the pan should be placed in
cold water till the first heat has sub
sided. The preparation should then be
poured upon a marble slab, which has
been slightly smeared with butter, it
will, of course, spread out, but it should
be drawn together with a knife, and
kept as atuch as possible In a lump. As
soon as it is cool enough to handle,
pieces aJout the size of an egg may be
cut off, rolled to the form of round
sticks, and twisted slightly, as barley
sugar usually is bought. These should
be put on an oiled sheet and left till
they are cold and stilf, when sugar
should be sifted slightly over them.
For burnt almonds take a pound of
almonds and bleach by scalding in hot
water, when the skins will easily slip
off. Dry theimn and warm them slightly.
Three-quarters of a poun d of sugar
should now be boiled with halft a pint
of water, till the surface looks like
large pearls or globules, when a few
drops of prepared cochineal, a few
drops of vanilla, or any other suitable
essence, and the almonds should be
thrown in and all stirred gently to
gether with a wooden spoon, to detach
the sugar both from the bottom and
sides of the saucepan. 'i'he almonds
should be kept from sticking to the
bottom of the pan, and should be thor
oughly turned over and over, so that
they may be well coated, or, as It is
called, "charged" with sugar.. As
soon as they give out a crackling noise
the pan should be removed from the
lire and still gently stirred, until the
sugar has the appearance of being
grained almost like sand, when
almonds, sugar and all should be
turned down upon a sieve and covered
with paper for live minutes. At the
end of that time the almonds should be
plicked out and the grained sugar put
again Into the sugar boiler with just
enough water to dissolve it, and when
it is again boiled to the point it had be
fore reached the almonds should be
thrown in again and stirred until they
have received another coating, being
careful only to keep them entirely sop
arate. The operation may be repeated
a third, and even a fourth time, when
they will probably be double their ori
i ginal size and are done. They ought
to have a rugged, uneven surface and
f to be crisp and hard when bitten in
half. They may either be used as they
are or wrapped in fancy papers. If it
- is wished to impal t a glazed appearance
, to burnt almonds, they should, when
e prepared, be dropped Into a little
f thickly dissolved gumarabic, boiling
t hot and stirred lightly till they are
r covered with the gum, then turned on
- a sieve to dry.
c HOUSEKEEPING MADE EASY. - A
I couple may now set up for themselves
- with very few utensils, scarcely any
provisions, and next to no knowledge
of cookery. A gas or oil stove takes
r the part of a cbstly and cumbrous
f cooking range.. CotYee is bought not
I only parched but ground. Spices and
u pepper come all prepared for use.
I, Everyk kid of bread, cake and pastry
r' can be purchased at a sligh tadvance on
- the cost of' the matera':ls they contain.
-If one wishes the sport of' making them,
t self-raising flour can be lad in any gro
cery.. Fr'uit of' all kinds, tall r'eadiy f'or
the table, can be purchased about as
e cheaply as that which must be pr'e
ni pared. Not only lobsters and other
e shelh-flsh, but salmon may be bought
ii cooked and ready to be servett at a
e prtice but little above what the cr'ude
- artibles cost, and cooked corned beef,
C tongue, pIgs' feet andl ham have long
- beenm on thme market. There ar'e also
t canned soups, that only neced to be dl
e luted; mince meat all ready to put be
tween: pie-crusts, and roast meats and
fowls of all descriptions. Sonic groeers
keep mush prepared for' frying. Bos
ton baked beans, put'up in cans, have
lad a great run during the past few
years. English plum puddings are also
on t,he ma: ket Last summer wvitnessed
e the advent of fried potatoes as an article
eof commerce. And now comres the re
e por thait a chartered company has been
sengaged in the manuf'acture of fish
balls for th'e mar'ket. It Is no longer
*necessary t.o be a cook in order to keep
*house. It requires scarcely any cook
b ing utensils to provide a warnm meal.
A can opener, a frying pan and a coffee
e pot are tue p)rincipal requisites. Even
tihe last Is not absolutely necessary,
since a mixtnre of prepared coffee,
e sugar', andl cream may readily be ob
-tainedt. It is even p)ractical now for
the novice to dispense wvith a cook-book,
as the label on every can tells how to
tr'eat the conten)ts.
A Manly Bearing.
is Heo walked into a Jeff'erson avenue
a clothing store with firm treadl and man
r ly bearing and asked to see a business
.. suit of clothes. -lHe soon found a suit
y to please and got into it. When sat
, isfied that it was a lIt lie walked oil'
,a with thme remark that he'd see the
Lt clothier later. It was then 4 p. m.,and
d the clothier didn't want any later'
,, about it. H[e overhauled the man at
e thme door, and when the p)rlsoner found
~, that he couldn't get away lhe rolled the
f~ new suit in the snow in such a vigor
,e ous manner that the clothier was
y obliged to sit up half the night and
ml pick snow-balls out of the pockets.
o "Do you expect to gain the esteem
e of the puglic by such conduct as this?"
e sharply ?nquired the court.
ni "The public hain't no friend of
, mine," replied the prisoner.
- "I believe it is every manm's duty to
y wear good clothes, if lhe can afford
1' them," remarked the court, "but I
, can't say a word In favor of your way
n of securing a new suit. I never heard
r* of suclh brazen Impudence."
a "Anid I never saw a coat set like that
-one did," retorted the prisoner. "It
e was all skewed around like a mule's
g )awv, and i'd have been ashamed to be
r hung in it."
"I'll give you a better fit, I think.
n~ I'll make it three months."
- "Well, I kin stay up there as long as
,t the public kin afford it," growled
the prisoner, and he went into tihe
corridor and ate some dried apples with
e apparent resignation.
I,KaPT.EBoor PURR by using Dr. Jayne's
Alteatv and yo u th e ayste,m tot many
inmalignan ement W eh loe to th emselvees
a may d1oeep into 6me SerouiusQmplait
a kia Dise, -M*rentiah Affc o. Survy or
Tu daiterauV. by oe intom the
moes ougIIyurges the bO4,ande
e sysem -d at temamne time mus-|
WE WOULDN'T PAY " WAN CINT."
'Mr. Murphy, the officer says you
were intoxicated last night. What have
rou to say?"
"Does he, faith?" queried Murphy
n return, as he seized the bar of the
>olice court and heard the charge of
"You were unable to take care of
" Well, now, av that don't bate all I"
" Is there any reason why you should
lot be punished?''
" R'ason i It's the most onr'asonable
king ever done to mortal man to take
no to the station house."
"You were drunk."
"Is it me drunk? No, sor, half
trunk. Sure, av a man can't walk
long wud a frind, an ould frind at
hat, wudout goin' to the lock-up
dunno phat I do at all, at all."
" lie couildt't walk, Yer honor,''
aid the officer.
" I'm as good a walker as he is or any
Pth1er mtan ; and sure there's me daugh
or, Berjulia. phat's goin' to be a
nanty maker, sure-"
You are lined $10, Mr. Murphy."
le walked into the corridor on ais
way to the prison, with a frown on
tis face and anger In his eye.
" Do you want to sond for a friend ?'"
sked Messenger MacEnvoy, kindly.
" A frind 1 For phat?"
" To pay your fiue."
" Niver, niver. No, sor, not av I
was to shtay here till doom's day, I'll
ilver pay wan cint. That's phat's the
natther wud me, i'yo mind that now."
A FEw (lays since a party of gentle
non were together. One man, a joker,
tepped up to a member of the party
tud, holding a long hair before his
yes, -aid : "See here, old fellow, this
ooks suspielous. Where did this long
tair come from ?" " Why, that's fron
nty wife's head !" " Are you sure of
t?" "Sure of it? of courae I am.
You don't suppose you would find any
)ther woman's hair about nme, do you ?
'No, probably' not; but I am sorty to
ce you are so sute it is your wife's
iair, for I Just plked It off the coat of
;his gentleman," poiiting to a friend
A DUTCHMAN once met in Irishman
)I a lonely highway. As they met
3ach smiled, thinking he knew the
lter. Pat, on seeing his mistake, re
umarked, withi a look of disappointment,
Faith, and I thought it was you, and
you thought it was mle, and it's naythur
Af us." " Yaw, dat is dru. I am an
)der Iuan, and you i81n Ot vourself, and
we are both some other bodles."
h ELRIE," said the farmer, as he ex
hibited a broken jar to the muanufac
turer, 14 I packed this jar full or butter,
utnit the Jar split from top to bottom.
perhaps you can explain the phenome
na." " Oh, yes, I can," was the ready
reply, " the butter was stronger than
A RAw German who had been suin
noned for jury duty desired to be re
lieved, giving this reason: "Schmudge,
I can nich goot Inglish onderstan'."
Looking over the crowded bar the
Judgo repiied : "Oh, you can serve.
You won't have to understand good
Ehnglish; you won't hear any such
A GENTLEMAN a(idresses another
gentletian, whomtl he doesn't know, at
a party : "This affair Is awfully
stupid. Let's go out and take a drink."
" L wouild like to do it,'' was the reply,
"but I can't leave very well." " W hy
no,"" Why, you sec I am the one
that is givinig the p)arty."
THEui. rich young lady wno recently
married a horse car driver had takeni to
heart Sirt J osephi Porter 'a pr~onuncla
meto, that " love is a front piatforml on
wlvihl all ranks meet.''
TEACER - Have you niot learned
yourz geoigraphy lesson ? Smart French
Bloy--liow could I, mn'sieu, without
hearing from ijerlinm.
LA DIEs will be interested ini knowing
that fur-lined cloaks have been worn
in Poland by p)eddlers5 for the last hun
" Poon mani, indeed 1" she remarked
of one who had lost the faculty of
smell ; " lie hiasn't a scenlt in tihe world.''
" WsmonT for tile wagon," observed
the fariner, as lie hlelped his 300-pound
wife to a seat in t,hekwagonl.
THEii weight of the transgressor is
fifteen ounces to the phound.
BUcKSKIN glo'ves are dear because
the deer is the buck's kill.'
SOLID men are genlerally fond of
I DON''r WANT TH A' T rulu" 1s w hat
a lady of Boston said to her husband
when he brought home some medicine
to eure her of sic1k headache and net,
ralgia whieh had maide her miserable
for fourteen years. At the first attack
thereafter, it was administered to her
Withl such good results, that she con
tinued its use until cured, and made so
enthusiastic ini its prFalse, that she in
duced twent.y-two of the best families
in her circle to aldopt it as their regular
family medicine. Tihaut "stuiff" is Hop
WoMEcN NLVERrTnINK h1-If the crabbe t
old hachelor who uttered thiis sen time* d
could but witness the intense thought,
deep study and thiorolughl investigation
of women ini determining tihe best mcdi
cines to keep their families well; and
would note their sagacity and wisdom
in selecting Hop Bitters as the best and
demonstrating it by keeping their fami
lies in perpetual health, at a mere
nominai expense, he would be forced to
acknowledigo that such son timents are
baseless and false.
As ONE pound of Dobbins' Electric
Soap, (made by Cragin & Co., Philadel
phia,) will do the work of five pounds
of any other, it is really the cheapest,
though it costs a little more per pound.
The Only Way.
The only way to curo catarrh Is by
the use of a cleansing and healing lo
tion, applied to the Inflamed and dis
eased membrane.. Snuffs and fumiga
tors, while affording temporary rellet,
irritate the affected parts and excite a
more extended inflammation. Biesides,
no Outward applications alone can cure
catarrh. The disease originates in a
vitiated state of blood, and a thorough
alterative course of treatment is neces
sary to remove it from the system. Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy has long been
known as an effielent standard remedy
for this disease, but, to insure and per.
manent cure -it should be used in cQn
junction witi: Dr. Pierce's Golden lied
ical Discovery, itsje best veg9table.hl.
terative yetd disoovered.' The Discover,y
cleanses the vitiated blood, whiJ9 the
Catarrh Reumedy allays ^the in damma
tion and heal. the diseasod jis
Is nn Infaillible Cure for Piles..
Mr. Wm. J. An:drowe, of Columbia, Tenn.,
writes the following:
Mossrs. NEUSTAKDTER & Co., Now York :
GENTs-For upward of 20 years I have been
afflicted with the Piles. When I first took
them they were blind and very painful. For
about ten years they continued as blind, then
commencod bleeding. The hemorrhoids con
tinued to increase until ; was losing at every a
stool fully a gill of blood, and frequently,
while standing at my desk,the blood would run
down into any boots. I have had those homl- u
orrhoids to last for several hours. In the
meantime, like a drowning man. I was grasp
ing at everything trying to find relief. On o
one occasion I hiad them cautorixEd, which, e
after intense suffering for over a month, c
effeoted temporary relief, for a short time only
however. About ten months since, while at
stool, my eyo tell on an advertisement headed 4
in large letters, "Piles," "Send 2 cent stamp b
and get circular." I did so and received a few
"Plain Blunt Facts" in reply, after reading
which, I concluded it was such plain common (
snso that I would give "Anakesis"-a trial. I
did so and the result was, that after a few t<
days use, the blooding ceased and I have not
suffered a moment's pain since. It is said that
"a fellow feeling makes one wondrous kind."
8o, knowing qqite a number of friends who
wore suffering like myself. I distributed quite
a number of them, and from every one re- -
coived a favorable report. I would not be
without "Anakesis" for a hundred times its
cost. To all who are afflicted with Piles I
would say : "Give Anakesis a trial and you
will no longer be a sufferer."
Wa. J. ANDnEws.
"Anakesis" is sold by all first-class drug
gists. Price $1.00 per box. Sent free by mail -
on receipt of price by P. Neustaedtor & Co.,
sole manufacturers of "Anakesis," Box 8910
Now York. Samples will be sont free to all
The Girl lurtod.
Soon after Lincoln's inauguration ia
1801, Paris was Invaded by newly-ap
pointei Ministers and consuls-Cassius
M. Clay, on his way to Russia; Mr.
Marsh, bound for Italy; Anson lur
lingaine, waiting to see If Austria
would receive hint, and one or two
others, besides Freinont who was on a
special mission to purchase arms. Of
evenings, at the Hotel du Louvre, the
fun was " fast and furious," and all the
stories that had done duty on the sttunp
during the preceding campaign were
told agai.n for the benefit of those who
had spent the summer of '00 abroad and
missed it all. " Burlingame," said a
Kentuckian who happened to be of the
party, " tell 'em about' the gal in red.' "
Burlingame colored up, looked at Clay,
and seemed puzzled. "''ell it,'' said
Clay; " its out, and they may as well
hear it." And this was the story : At
one time, several years ago, Burlingatue
and Clay were stumpt,ig together in
the West. One evening they had re
ceived a particularly warm reception,
and had returned to the hotel, where
they were sitting in their room, smok
ing, and congratulating each other on
theirl success. Suddenly strains of
music were heard outside. " They are
serenading its," said Clay; "open the
window and make 'eni a speech.'' "s No,
you,'' said Burlingame. But Clay per
sisted, so Burlingame stepped to the
window, opened it, and began, " Fellow
citizens, I hardly know how to thank
you for this touching proof of your es
teeni and regard. Mr. Clay and my
self are indeed grate-'" Just at this
point a voice in the crowd below was
heard saying, " Boys, that ain't the gal
in real. Let's dust!'' and1 they
"' dusted, 'eavinzg tihe lautgh on time
" visiting statesnmn." Th'ley swore
each other' to secrecy,and kept it quiet
for some time, but It leak'ed out some
how, and1( they hadl to make a clean,
breast of it.
Deal Gently with the 1stoninaoh.
'" If it proves refractory, mild discipline Is the
thing to set it rigt. Not all the nauseous
draughts and Lboluses over invented can do
half as much to remedy Its disorders as a few
wineglasafulls-say, three a day-of Hostet-.
ter's Stomach Bittera, which will afor 1 it
speedy relief, and eventually banish every
dyspeptic and bilious symptom. Sick head
ache, nervou"ness, sallowness of the con.
plexion, fur upon the tongue, vertigo, and
these many indescribable and disagreeable
sensations caused by indigestion, are too often
perpetuated by injudicious dosing. An imme
diate abandonment of such randlom and ill ad
vised experiments should be the flr.At step ia
the direction of a cure :the next ate p the use
of this standard tonic alterative, wich has re
ceived the highest medical sanction and won
WORMS. WORMS. WOnMS.
F. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails ta
destroy Pin, Seat and Stomach Worms. Dr.
Kunkol. the only successful physician wiho re
moves Tape WVorm in two hours, alive with
head, and no foe until removed. Commona
sense teaches if Tape Worms be removed all
other worms can be readily destroyed. Advice
at office and store free. The doctor can tell
whether or not the patient has worms. Thou.
sands are dying, daily. withl worms, and do not
know it. F'its, spasms, cramps, choking andl
suffocation, sallow complexion, circles around
the eyes, swelling and p)aiin in the stomach,
restless at night, grimnding of the teeth, picking
at the nose, cough, fever, itchinag at the seat,
hieadlache, foul breath, the patient grown pale
and thin, tickling and irritation in the anus
all these symptoms, and more, come from
worms. E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never
falls to remove them. Price, *1 00 per bottle,
or six bottles for $5 00. (FrTape Worm,
write and consult the Doctor.) For all others,
b)uy of your druggist the WYorm Syrup, and If
h1e lies it not, sen'd to Dr. E. F1. Kunkel, 259
.N. Ninth, street. Philadelphia, Pa. Advice by
mail, free; send three-cent stamp.
E. F. KunkcePs flitter Wine of Xron.
Gives tone to the. stomach. It improve. the
appetite jad atssists digestion ; excites the
bowels ti healthy action, expelling all the foul
humors that contaminate the blood, corrupi
the secretions and offend the breath. It ex
cites the liver to a healthy action and strength.
ens the nerves Imparting that glow to life that
proceeds alone from perfect health,
Thoeusands In all walks of life, testify to the
vittnes of this excellent medicine in correct.
lug the dlerangemnent of the digestive organs.
Get the genuine. Bold only in *1.00 bottles,
or six bottles for 65.00. Ask for E. F.
KUNREr/'s and take no ether.. If your drug
geshsIt net, mend te proprietor, E. .
K23a,No 9 North Ninth Street, Phila
delphia, Pa. Advice free ; enolose three Oeut
JhrAug.,s TafrEna OINTxuNT will euro all
seabby or scaly diseases of the skin.
This dreadful diaease, the doctors tell us, Is
it' the bleed, and believing this to be true, we
advise every sufferer to try Durang's Rheu
matic Remedy. It Is taken internally and
positively cures the worst case in the shortest
time, Sold by every Druggist in town.
Oauser can be Cured
By Dr. Bend's now discovery-a positive cure
for this dread malady-nio knife, nocaustic, noe
pin. Dr. Bond's success in treating Oaner
itruly marvelous. Reinedies sent to any part
of the world, with full directions for encoessfl
home treatmentL Send a description of your
ease, or any cancer sufferer you mty know ofw
Pamphlets and full directions sent free, Ad
dross, Dr. I. T. Bond, Philad's., Pa.
HRasau?' T'rru OrNTMmtT ifill cure sore
Eyolide, Sore Nose, Barber's Itoh on the face,
or Grocers' Itoh en the bands. It never falla.
60 cents a box, sent bymall for 00 cents.
Jono lli 0
Arh .PiA a
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JEW METHOD of HARMONY,
By A. N. JOINSON. (*1.00). Just Published.
Tis new book is so simplo and clear In it expla.
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rstill, better witlh a teacher. 'Iluusauds can now
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TIEE GO PEL OF JOY
sreceived with the greatest favor by all who havo
tamnl td it, a ad . in itself, airemly a groat auo
sec. Seind for It. Use It ill Conventions, Sabi ath
shoot Olatherings, and11 " Conigresses," Camp, Praise
ud Prayer Meetlngs. (85 etc.).
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hlning River. By H. 8. A W. 0. Perkins. (350).
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