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-A WonDAnOrr -3MOs.- 8o far ansialos
constructed and used, last seaon have
come under our observation they have not
withstood well the combined action of ace
tic aold and water and moisture. This re
lates to silos constructed of stone thnder
ground and plastered with hydraulic cc
mnent. - The cement, under the combined
action of the acid and external water, will
crumble and fall off, leaving widle areas. of
the walls in a denuded condition. In all
41 silos acetl0 acid is developed to a greater
- or less extent, and this in the form of va
por comes In contact with the lime in the
cement and forms a mixed sal,4 an acetate.
When this ocurs the wall is weakened
and falls as soon as the contents of 'the
silo are removed. It should be known that
cemented walls are not impervious to the
Inflow of water. Although cisterns will
hold water, it left empty In wet places
water will find its way through from with
out, and numerous silos constructed on the
sides of hills where there are springs were
found to have several feet of water in
them last spring. Considerable loss resul.
ted from this cause. All silos should be
constructed with drains. and it is very im
portant that tne drains should be trapped,
so as to prevent a current of air from pas
sing IR under the contents of the silo. As
a rule, where silos are constructed under
ground it will be betthr to plank them in
side of a rough, dry well. The planks
will last many years and need but tow re
pairs If ensilage is to hold Its place in
popular estimation, much Is to be learned
in regard t o the construction of pite,and In
methods of ensilaging. There is little
- doubt but that the cutting process, which
is so expensive and labc rious, may be d Is
pensed with, and It will be found that It is
better to partially dry the fodder in the
field before putting it into the pits. If 25
per cent. of the water is removed it wvill
cost much 1ess Lo handle the fodder and
the value will not be in the least dimnimsh
TuE Chicago TribuM6 says: "There is
some reason for tuinking that A merica
will soon le-ad the whole world in the
number of distinct breeds of domes~tic ant
mais withmn her borders, If not mn the ag
gregate number of individuals of each mne
ritorious breed, fieavy draftb have tis
year been made upon the Hereford herds.
the Shropshire-down and Oxford-down
flocks of England, and she has also sent to
us goodly numbers of Norfolk, Suffolk
polled and otber cattle; Scottish breeders
have sent, to us mnany Aberdeen-Angus,
tSborthurn and Galloway caittle; Chlicago
mnen aire importing Bwiss dairy cattle: aind
Dutch Friesians, 1loisteinis and other
breeds; and Shetland pomies. Clydesdales,
Perchecron- Norm ans, - Enghish shire-bred
and other burses, cattle, sheep and dlogs in
numbers groater than ever before have
come to America this year to help) the work
o1 improving our domes-tic amimals."
Jr May be get (;Own as a rule in stock
Raising that Cattle cannot be wintered on
rough, feed alone in this part of the coun
try without losing flush and condition. An
occasional fariner,by little extra care, and
with the use of stieltor and frst-claEs hay
and fodder,may brmng hlia stockters through
decently without, grain, but where one can
do this twenty will find their stock bauly
run down against spring. From the time
gron annd an pasowed to go backward in
".,conaction the acidanearalane, wbill
~~ acromble nvestmef vng windetaonsofl
j sioswaceid ai i so eeli oe wto a greite
or les eteat, dtisn. The foric of va
termsin o ntacr wth thle wintheu
ceaint alno fo, anmd slteen adotte.
itand allitsBOinga the cosnes their
coio a reoerable, shrald be knevwr tha
cemenhate wlstarevatinevofsto canhe
inlE ofsuater foofAloghacismrnsl
wate suhill iis way thoug canm swtow
sits afhs herent the ar myrng wrm.
Mothn, toousalvy seel fee nigh wtens
hwe lat srin. Cwoseal onm reut
A cnstruerd ofiat drin, and te isave bemn
--portnttt tee ndrtakinga should-wingped
sing wich undru the ent ofhen il.ese
erue, whren sil areouhe t uee.
stoes t preen an furound of fotpon
grd ay ound edigmt bettrt ln thern
sideof apou.gi, or well-nie dlanks
wil laofster manyeasumed needpud fewre
pairs and eanedg is on.lA it silai
* ppulaeitwhn, ct h irs to9 beoundi
inovegrdt thepounstrutiho pel, ad 4no
cameoso egained181 pouere fis litl
doutut ofhgam, tor cuttou-ng proes,which
sayo cepersv aeedg tab us ay oeds
aphnsedto nopd it wth e fiof tatt is
tr Ito artknown dry atalbe fodder h
pildn beor pttieng Mda 500o thearis before
pe t fthe waterianera Frmved it wound
ct much lessto Greehnle to he oman
tuceralu will amoting theleat di gmis
nos lnt Ciag 2he~ da s ays: "irgire ad
some rot for anig trom mieio
will srohon lal khe whoeped anound
youmr ois.inctybreedsblfdreesti arei-s
malsr withner boei not atnin the hit
negte nmerwe of finddul the ec m
ritoiou bredon is irfor doar this
yestrucbive work isf he tHerefordsnowdon
the gropd. onsadOfrddw
THlock ots of tnln, n he haalsoker t om
uas gotl nhmbersin of sprngk theycral
uplle bode of cattle 8tsh todeost
thaereg. Ihnetitto of non eiisettmAg
trapslforn them tolloy mo butt hdron
thea r fimledrwinh taror pary tle: akdl
Dtphei ress, andl with snomwthr
fuhess tey ..omas Elisil dsrebed
pamand othercate w ept and lwns in
tmor te thelnsofan hee bfor hanvro
onitch top Aofic this yer two r the orko
01kierone. The lw ill nimaldsace
by dgmy and sth wor as at linock-n
raiinglet catte.cno ewnee i
rWuhEN feeds ale injuisre, of transplan
trynwthou brong rootsh shoud ben cutsii.oth
andh the usop Sctbac in irso rtint hy
denthol woai, bt er ca
an odleinoay coriespdn stckes tharoux
I pdoenc this aghy ivl him thiatoc atl l
than don againsht srg. andm the tnee
tinowna of callowigiued om kadng
c ondton tay toaeseare pgainstnis beins,
an protfo winvsntr useitoi pakshul
alwarys band hey wiatleastep freandi
brinithatdretin. Th pli oafe te
trouble oquiting tem buines the laound
cars s nee ed. al, Oauii ivrs
Igathat e stavton ftock cGan breai
Sim. Oanu N NURSING THB SiaE.--To
those who are called upoh to nurse the
sick through a long and severe illness it
Is of the utmost importance, not only to
themselves, but to their patients, that
their own health shoukt be preserved
and their own strength maintained, not
only throughout the critical stage, but
during the period of convalescence, of
tentimes so tediously prolonged. To
all such we submit tha following simple
precaution to aid them in preserving
their own health while nursing the sick:
If the malady of the patient be such as
to cause any marked odor of the breath
or noticeable exhalations from the skin,
take care always to sit on that side of
the bed or sick person which is opposite
to or away from the direction which the
effluvium takes toward the windows or
draught of a fireplace. Bit so that their
breath, etc., is carried away from you.
Do not sit too close -to tho, or take
their breath if you can avoid it. To
keep one's own strength in a case of
prolonged care, and particularly if
obliged to sit up all night for many
nights in succession, great bonift will
be derived from takig a warm bath
early in the morning, and putting on
fresh undergarments every second morn
ing, or, if the disease be particularly
infectious in its nature, it is best to
change the undor-olothing every morn
ing. It will be found that the warm
bath, followed by a brisk rubbing of the
whole body with a coarse Twkish tow.1
or flesh brush, will reiresh the wearied
body aimost as much as sleep. At the
same time keep up the appetite and
strength by smull dosos of quinine, two
to fivo gains three times a day, and
nourishing diet, with perhaps a little
wine and water occasionaly.
ORnGoE PiE.--Tako a teacupful of
pulverized sugar and a teaspoonful of
soft butter, and rnb them till smooth
as cream; mix a tablespoonful of corn
starch in as little cold water as will dis.
solve it, then stir it in a teacupful of
boiling wator; lot this cook until it is
thick, but not so thick that it will har
den, instantly when cool; add this to
the butter and sugar. Grate the pool
from half an orange, taking care not to
grato any of the thick inner skin; add
this and the jiic of the orange and eno
beaten egg to the other ingredients.
Make sonic nice pasto and lino a moder
ately deep pio plate with it, arrange it
around the edge as if for a custard pie;
t-hon bako it. Remove it from the oyen
and pnit it with the orange ontari de
scribod above, and to this add thiu
slices of another large orango. Set
this in the oven for the egg to harden.
Ir you wish it to be especially tempting,
mnao a meringue of the whites of two
oggs and two tablespoonfuls of eugit.i;
spicad this over the pie when it is done,
and lot it brown lightl.y in the oven.
As the season has arrived when curing
meat is in order, wo repiblish as of old,
our famous recipo for curing beef, pork,
mutton, hams, etc., as follows: To one
gallon of water, take 1., lbs. of salt, I
lb. of sugar, I oz. of saltpetro. In this
ratio the pickle can bo increased to any
quantity desired. Lot these bo boiled
together until the dirt from the sugar
arises to the top ~ad is skiuuned ofll'
Then throw it into a tub to cool, andl
whlen col, pour it over your beef or
pork. Th~le meat must be wvell covered
with pickle, ani should not be p~ut down
for at least two days after killing, dur
ing which time it should be sliahtly
spr~iinlod with puowdered saltpetre,
wvhich remioves all the surface-blood,
&e., leaving the meat fresh and clean.
iMomo omit boiling the pickle, and find
it to answer well, though the operation
of boiling purinies the pickle by throw
ing ofr the dirt, always found in salt
anid sugar. If this receipt is strictly
followved, it wvi icquliro oily) a slight
tri'l to prove Ats superiority over the
common way, or niest ways of putting
down nmeat, andit will not soon be aban
doned [or any other. T1heo meat is un
surp~asse'd for sweetne's, dleieney and
freshinoss of' color.
Estuomnur ON CIPi. - The founda
tion of this work is made of' finely
phdiled straw or rushes, so closely wot
vein that they have the appearanlce of
Java canvas, and are nmuch used for
mats to keep boat fromi furniture. 'The
embroidery is execu ted in bright-colored
silks, and the design and stitches are
equally simple. For instance, for a
mit with fhour corners, a central star of
twenty-f our p~oinits w'ould be worked in
three shiades of bright-colored silk, and
wvhero the ploints meet. in the cenitre one
cross-stiteh in miediumn-colored silks
should1 be worked. A corn- flower in one
corner could be carried out in blues and
greens, the lolssom in picot-stitch, the
leaves in satin, and t' stem in crewel
stitch, Ini another a rose-sp~ray in niat
ural color and greens, the buds in pict
and satin-stitch, the leaves ini satin, and
the stemis in crewel-stitch. In the
third, pansies coil be0 executed in silks
of the unatuiral color, and in tho fourth a
spray lof forget-me-nots, the buds in
French knots and the leavea in satin
stitch, would form an admirable coni
UnIY.'i(AT ExEI isF..--in a recent lee.
lure before the .Ehinburg flealth Socie
ty D)r. Charles (Cathicart poited out the
implortant p~art that physical exercise
played ini the dlevelopmient of the young.
and1( iaid downt tJhetin rules for is regu
lation: 1. Physical exercise should to
oonducteut in an abundance of fresh air,
apdi in costumes allowing tree play to
the lungs. aind of a material whic~h will
absorb the moisture, and wvhich, thore
fore, should be afteLrward chianged
flannel. 2. There should ailways be a
pleasalnt. variety in the exorcise, and in
active mental stimulus to give interest
at the same time. 8. The exercise
shouki1( nW far as possib~le involve all
parts of the b)ody3 andl both side~s equal
ly. 'i. When01 severe in character, th'e
exercises shoul d bo begun gradually
and punrsuied systematically, leaving oir~
at urst as soonL as fatigue is felt. 5.
.'rir young peop1)1 the umecs of physical
and miaiiil wvork should alterniate, and
for the former the Cost part of the dlay
should be selected. 6. . Active exertion
should be neither before nor iminediate
ly al ter a fuhl meal.
To make boote soft andi water-proof
rub in, on both soles and uppers, a mix
ture made of four ouncon of tallow and(
one each of rosin and beeswax, mocited
together, with a quantity of neatutoot
oil equal to tihe whole added.
IN buttonhohe-stitching the bottom
of a flaninel skirt, first double the laii
nol as if to hem it, and baste it in place.
This will give firmness to it, and it will
last twice as long.
I'r will be materestmug to lovers of choco
late to kncw that the manufacture of chic
colate cakes out of peanuts alone, without
a igprticle of cocoal, Is an inmennso and pro0
Illsie liiflilryt- i,, thea Northern Mtates.
Qunnn name for adog: Sam Spillkins
is the owner of a very fine dog, which
accompanies him in his walks. He was
passing Moso Sohaumberg's store, on
Austin avenue, when Mose's attention 3r
was called to the dog. Dot ish a
sphlentid tog, Mr. Spillkins; vat ish his se
name?" asked Mose. "ils name is 5c
Peter." "Peter?" "Yes, Peter."' "Pe. dc
ter-dot ish a very shingular name, Mr. SO
Spillkins." "His real name, Mr. s
Schaumberg, is Jupiter,. but I always ac
leave off the Jew part of Jupiter and call 61
him Peter, on account of the high re- w,
gard I have for Israelites as American D
citizens. I don't like to use the word fi
Jew in connection with the name of a
dog. 'Come here, Peter.' Do you se
how he knows his name ?'" Mose beamed
all over with joy and made some pathet- 3
ic remarks about how much better the
Jews are treated in this country than in re
Russia, and Spilikins thinks lio has laid 0
the foundation for a trado for a fall over- U4
coat on a credit basis. Wi
A Fireman's Fortune. 1
The * Ban Francisco (Cal.) Chronicle," fw
In an articles on the Fire Department of 10
Ban Francisco. gives the following from a
Assi. Chief Engineer Matthew Brady: "I i
have been subject to an aggravating pain
in my chct for over four years. I re- p
sorted to various modes of treatment to r
obtain relief. I have had my chest terri- 0
bly blistered. No physician could tell si
what was the matter with me. Two
weeks ago I comnieced using St. Jacob's I
ull. It has cured m."a
GRATITUDE: "e you Dr. Hamilton ?"
asked a countryman who had dropped 1
in at the ofilo, of the eminent Now York f
surgeon. "That's my namo," respon. al
ded the doctor. "Well, f thought, as
I was in town for a clay or two, I'd jest
call round and thatik yo." ''You're v
very kind. but I wasi not t 6 are th.at you J
woro under any obligation to me."
"That's what I camo to tell ye about.
It's this way: I'd been siek for more'u
three year with the rheunatiz, all the
time a groanin' and a eussin and a growl
in', but the very minnit I see your bill
for hoverin' around our late President,
Doe, 1 got well. You can't spar no time
to come out und take a drink, can ye?"
*6"lany silly people despise the pre.
cous, not understanding it." But 110 one
despises Kidney-Wort after having given
It a trial. Those that have used it agree
that it is by far the best medielne known.
Its action Is prompt, thorough and lasting.
Don't take pills, and other mercurials that
poison the system, but by using Kidney.
Wort restore the natural action ot all the
&7'No woman really prictices economy
unless she uses the Diamond Dyes. Many
dollars can be saved every year. Ask the
A LADY who possessed a piaio which
had once been good and who was really
unaware of the effect which time's elfac
ing fingers had had upon its ancient
brilliancy, asked a famous German pi
anist to perform upon it and, after lie
had obligingly dono so, wias rash enough
to ask him what he thought of it.
"Sinco you press me for ani opilimn,"
replied the eminent artist, "I will tell
*you first that your piano needs now
wires, andI secondly tat tihe liammers
want now leather. And while you nrie
ab-out it," lie coninnied, grf(adualy 1)o11
ing up, "withi yourL new keather you had
bettor have noew wood, and when your
mlstrument is thus repaired the best.
thing y'ou cain do with it wdll be to make
it into firewood amt1( have it burned.''
Os ie 1-:weI.e&c from ,an iany,
I hav e beenl sick at minetrabhle so long HC
trouh:e atiX xpense, no0 One seemet0i to o
knowv what alled me', that I was complete- pr4
ly disheartened anid discouraged. In this fij
frame of mind I got a bottle of flop lit of
te and used( them unknown to miy fami-.
ly. 1 soon1 began to iuprove and gai ned ~
so fast that may husband and family U
thought it strange and unnatural,but. when
1 told them what had haippened me, they ,
said, "Hlurrah for Hop Bitters I long ma'y M
they prosper, for they have madc mlother ni
well and us happy.''-The Mother-.a
JoisNo Osomne thinug: Jaclk-"UIa ye yen Lil
j'ineid tim 8:rndvation, Arm'~y,iBill?"' Bill A'
-'"No. I ain't, but my Missus have; and
tihe kids has1 jotined the Blue Ribbons. V5
I'm thinkinig of going in for the Long- nir
fellow M'oriall Committee. Seems as Iir
how niow-ai-days a bloko inf' ini it un.l li
less lie gces and jinis reothing !"' a.
Mainy faim ilies priI~ theamselves on their lna
noble anucestry; bunt here, mn this dloinoca- Y
tic country, weO dio not care so much about nto
our pedigree as our heailth; WVhen the a
blood us out of ordler, disease manifests It
self in tihe skin and1 flesh. To be restoredt dr
to health take Scovill's 8arsaparilla or
Blood aind Liver Syrup. Physicians speak Tr
of It In the hiuhest terms. Dr. Everett,
Cooper lains,Steubuen county, New York, 5
mentions two cases of Scrofula and Erysip
c-las mn which Beovill's Ssrsapiarila or
Blood and Liver Syrup electecd a cure and o
says: 'N think it one of the best piurifiers 0
ot the daiy. It has mect wvith perfect sue
cess ini every case wh~erc I hiave used it."
WHAT she played: "Mamma, arc you
an actress? lDo yon over plaiy r' "No,
liy dlear; why do you ask mne ?" "'Be
cause,''' said the little tnnocent, 'I +
heard papa say lie came home late from
the club last night and yett played h-l."
The market Is flooded with worthless
and vile compounds for the rejuiVenation )
of time hair, but, Carboline, the great pe
troleum hair ''enewer and dressing, asnow
limproved and perfectea, ~still takes the
front rank as the best preparation ever of
fered to the public.4
A quAirr anwer: A minister was once
asked what lie thought of his two sois,
who were both preachtu ra. "Wellh ," lhe
rep)lied, "'George has a bettter shiow in -
his shop1 wvindow thant Johni, but dohin
has a bterger' stock in his warehouse."
*Lyd~,ia 10 Pmknlhami's Vegetable ('om
pound r as lbtst a'a a cuirative agent la iall
comp)1i lans p~ecuhaiir to womni'!.
WHEiiN busiiness prodspornity dnomes ini
b y slow freight mioeantio hadnveraity
ies out by fast e'xpress.
Dr:. Kiine's GIreat. N'*rve' l-sforer is the
iuei vel of tihe ago) for ati lli nee ills ases. All
ills stopp-d ircee. Solid to 93i Arch street'
JAPAN~sE womeni play withi dolls. In
this c:ountry the girls havo the sense to
dailly with dollars.
L'idies and chnihrenm's boot' and shoes
canniot ruin over if Lyon's Patent Hleol
Stiencra are usedi
'I'uouan nuot mucho~ of a conversation-r
aist, a mut might got along very nice
SAFE AND SRE. tl
i. 1!. 'R. 8TsvEN t 1
In 1871 r tinewas recommended to me, rq
id, yielg to te peruasions of a friend, I con.
nted to try it. At tito time I was suffering front
ineral debility and nervous prostration, perin- e
oel by overwork and irregular habits. won.
rful stroenthening and curative properties
Dmed to a ect my debilitated system from tho d
at dose; and under its persistent use I rapidly I
coverli, gaining more than usual health an
od tO 1ng. in11e then I have not hesitated to 0
ye Vegetine my most unqualified indorsement,
bein a safe, sure, and Powerful agent -in pro
otin gltealth and restoring the wastet system to
w ie andI energy. Vege Ino ia the only medt
ie I uso ; and as long as I live I never exp eot to
Ad a better. Yours truly V. 11. OLAI K a
120 Montergy Atreet, Alleghany, ia,
Dor NervonmSeess, bleepless NIglhte.
WASuLNUTON, D. 0., March 19, 1877.
Dear Sir-I do not believe in pnfting, nor would i
idorse a humbu, but I consider it no more thin
al justice to aP well of Vegetine, believing it
be an excellent medicine. I have used several 11
4tles of It to my entire satisfaction and great re
if from an inexplicalole Norvousness which idO
ined me great sufferin and sleopess nights, S
wve walked the ioor ant resorted to differout
othods for relief, to no urpso. I finally thought
would give Vegetine a Irid, with litte faith, I C
ill admIt ; but to my surprise and great relief, a
w dotos convinced me that Ihlad got hold of the
ght thing for my dilculty. It sent out humor
0m my blood t at I have no doubt, was the
use ot the misery I had endured and I found re.
)f as aoon as a itedloilto could relieve a disease of
at kind. When I began its use I seldom got a
ght's sleep, or halt a one, and my appetite was
)o anti as a onsequeno, I was running down
t thy; but, after a few doses, I saw a radliceal
kan eovery way, and anm thoroughly satistled
ith Vgetine, anti recotitionld it to any person
iffering as I Wil. 1t08pectfully
1Mtd. J. A. JollN'sox.
PysPepsIa, Nervoumtess antl General
CV NCINNAri, 0., April 9, 1STT.
a. 11. It. BTraVEs:
Dear Sir-l have used several bottles of Vegetit.e
or Dysplpsia, Nervousness andltnral twnv ttilty.
i I can truly say I never hadt a retmedty so sum
its effects; therefore I may reco-Ammitnt it W
I sufferers. w. I, nt.l,
Walnut Hills, 41 Asrt Otret.
For General Debility the I efftta of the
%gotinto arc realized imeAtely after clam
eucLug to take it.
egetine is Sold by all Druggists
stetter's tomtacht Iitiers give siearliness to the
'ves, induces a healthy, niaturat tiow of blte,
vent constipation wiitotunduly purging the
ves, gently timuiates the cIrculation, andl by
Itloilug at vigorous conditioni of the physical w
itm, promotes also, that cheerfulnmess whicha ls
trutest mndiction of a well-btlacetd condlition '2
all t he anlimal powers.
or sale by alt Drtuggists and Dealers generally
oP Ilittes are tlao Purest auti Best &'
Mitters 'Ever Matte.
L'hey are componded from Hops, Malt, Bucho,
ttinraae anti l)andlelion, -the oldest, best, .and
ust, vatluable medicines in tihe world and containr
the best anid most, curative properties of all
ier remedies, being the greatest Blood P'urifler, ft
rer Regulator, andl Life and Health Restoring C
'cnt. on earth. No disease or ill health can pos-.
ily tong exist where these Bitters are used, so b
ried and perfect are their operations.
Phiey give new life antd vigor to the aged andi in.
a. 'I o all whosce eaalptoymnents cause irregu
ity of the bowels or ai nary organs or itho re
ire an Apetizer, Tiontiu anli mild Stimulant, flop
ters are inlvaluatb'e, being41 highly curative, toni
o mnter what your feelings or synmptoms are,
att the diseise or aliment is, itse Itop) litera.
u't, wit unutil you are sick, but if you only fool
I or miiseralble, use 1101p Bitlers at once. It fi
y save your life. iinmitreds have beent saved
so loitig. $.V0 Will be paid for a cas~e they wilt
30 tnot suirer or let yorir friendcs suaffer, hut use
I urige themt to tuse li p1 Billers.
tteuembi,'r, li',9 Rii' ters is nto vile, drugged, g
uinken not rumi, bitt the Purest and Best 2310,11.
et ever imilt t ie "'invalid's F~reemd andu lopte," C
I i' per'lSOii or fam-ly should be without them.
y theL imiera to -d..y,
As tiso for alt tho :"ainful disoeco of the o U
KIDNEYS,L ivEp AND DOWEL.8. C
It oleancoD theo r ,"t0of the aorld poison
thait canoo the d 'dfult mufroring whichi *
only the victins of loontismi can realize. * 011
THOUCeANC OFOASCs 3
of tho v'orit, fnrman of this terriblo etiseaso
have boon <ptuicily roitovod, and in short tune *2
PERPECTLY OURED. S k(
Pitt('E, $1. i.iQr'uD ont :utY, lDu PlY D51t011is15.
E~L8,C14D ')l Lo, Dlircton Vt
Nuthing ini the wald eqult to it for the
aure of scrofuta, inupkt, 18ole, 'rTttr 0old Iores,
Sore Fye, Mercurial I tseases, Catrrh, toss of
Apetle, renaate Complaints. andt alt a1,lt
diteases. it ,mirer faits. All drutggists and.
eountry store keepers a:. it. i. IC. $etier. 1t
As Co., Prop,.', Pitlurgh, on everyt bottle.
Electfle Appliances are sent on 30 Days' TflaL .
ro MEN ONLY0 YOUNG OR 01.
0lII are suffering from NUavws7 Dau
VTLost ViTAL-ITY, LACK osw Nuavn Foom AilS
ft a h'Sox5ALNAtn rou~ g fro Misan -
rums I~n C us a~eyrh a n d oomlc reTes
A~ati'no t iti.*toonad MrhOOnD 0 PIUSS
SLTAS BLT 00., MAS1IALM
MIsrAiuN for a twin: A Philadelphi
alor Rent a messenger to collect a bi
'he debtor was a fashionabla little I
oniding in a swell section of the olt
Pith hin parents, who kept a pet monke
liat was in the habit of following Ut
Drvant whenever the door bell ranj
'he messenger returned unsuocessnf
rom his mission and was asked by I
mployer, "Did you see Mr. M-1
'No." he unhesitatingly answered. '
idn't see Mr. M-, but I can tal
iy oath I saw his twin brother - sittu
n the parlor stairs.'
An exchange Payr. "Man's average Iii
83 % ears." Dr. bull's Cough Syrup wi
No mutuality: "Did you soo dat ho:
'on was talkin' of buyiu'?" asketd or
Lustim darkey of another. "Yes,
eed him." ''Dit you buy de ho18
,No, I didn't buy him, bokare dar wi
o mutuality." "What do yon mea
ipgah?" "Dar was no mutuality.
ned enuff ob do hoss, but do hosn didn
co onuffob me. Ho was blind in o
yo. Dar has ter be more mutuality I
* *Presa'ption begins in Ignorant
Ind ends in ruin." On the other ban
ho production of Kidnoy-Wort bogi
ivitb wise cautions and eclentiflo reaearel
Ind its uso ends in restoring shattore
:onstitutions and endowing men an
vonio with health ain( happiness. "M
ormented back." is the exclamation <
nore than one poor hardworking man an
roniu, do you know why. it acies? I
s bcaIse your kidneys are over-taske
amd nedtx strengthemnig, and your systet
ioots Io be cleaned of bad humors. Yo
i"No fainfly Dyees were ever so poi
lair as ilit iamiond )yos. They nev
nil. Ti Black is far superior to lo
vtx)l. The other colors arc brilliant.
Ar a recent fa-hionable wedding, afti
it) departuro of tihe happy pair, a dlei
tle girl, whose papa ainadmima wer
Lnon, the guesta, asked, with a child
lIuiSitiVeless: "Why (10 they thro
iings at the pretty lady in the ca
age?'' "For luck, tiozr," replied ot
the bridesiunids. "Atid why," agani
;ked the child, "'doen't lie thro
icin back?" 'Oh1," said the youni
dy, "that would be. rudo." "No,
onldiA't," resisted the dear little thlin
the delight of her doting piarelit wb
ood by; "ma does."
LA iy llrIaIri iFins.-Ladies, you cai
tot nuke fair skin, rosy cheeks, and sparl
ing eyes with all the cosmetics of Fran
r beautifiers of the world, while in poc
eahth and nothing will give you such ric
lood. good health, strength anti beauty i
lop Bitters. A trial is certain proof.
"Wnr, how odd you look with you
tir parted in the middle I" exclaime
"I used to part mine on the side
id Mrs Jones.
Then the conversation became genei
Each lady had to tell how she pa
d lier hiir-.1l but Edith's mothei
i said nothing. Suddenly little Ed
i's voice was~ heard:
'My mamisa partu 'hor hair in. he
Thousands will bear testimony (and d<
voluntarnly) that VBGETuiN i8 the boa
edical compound yet placed before th
iblic for renovating and purifying thi
ood, eradicating all humors, impuritiei
poisonous aecretions from the system
vigoratiing and strengthening the systen
ibiltated by',disease; im fact, it is, a
any have called it, "The Great Heali
Tin fellow who can transtix an enenm
ith a cold, stony stare, is the ohs
ith a glass eye.
A MODERN philosopher thinks thi
arly rising in well enough as far
read in concerned.
For dyspepsia, mndigestion, depressio
i spirits and general debility, in their vs
ous forms; also as a preventive againi
ever and ague and other mntermitten
iveits, the "Fcrro--Phosphorated Elixir<
ahisaya,'' made by Oawell, Hazard & C<
[ew York, sold by all Druggists, is tht
est tonic; and for patients recoveris
-em fever or other sickness, it has s
UNw<KE her cheek tihe path of a pri
ssional beauty is not a roisy one,
A MAN who is pinched by povori
uds it hard work to shako off the gril
THAT HUSBAND OF MINE
a three imes the~ man he was boforo be b
an usnlg Wells' Health Renewer. $1.
DON'T DIE IN TB EIHoUIE. ' Rough on Rats
Ilears out rats, inice, roacanes, bed-bugs. 18
'Juts is the period when many stove
ive only semi-coal o'.
An expernienced barbor never talk
air-dye to a baldheaded man.
IT's a wise brewer who knows his owv
THE polka ilot epidemic always break
.V in spots.
ys might rido~. ""'hw~-.
Cvr lugswill tell you that Alicen's Brnal
odu ever fails to eture Nervousness, N,2rvou
ility, atnl restore stretith to the weakenetd oi
is.--At (lruggists anti at Ai.en's ilharmnecy, 31i
rat Ave., N. Y.
A PADLaOCK is a good clbent protector.
A BRAND new thing in dress-A baby
A FIxED fact--A stereotyped new
,I i i r e ii lie tat tsI
h. itea a snat w'eekly. inlv aiei 1~ptt nn0t
iih leil pah ~i eiihiere' beack teir ,,noney lneais I
gt t 1cr r i~ee ice. s i leci e 'iic a ,1,tc~, 1 ei ii
ph'ato~ry etrentairs ccnt Ifree. I 1eliabe ceirreepe enecn
u .i&i etrwca. acie le ii e. K i KN ISAI. & C
ag thousacai of caes of Lio vorstna ai ofo
it oilleaoc that I svl enii 'aW o 1 it fsTi,.8 I . o
asifrto ivo 5. as acc P.o0.nei<tress.dins
Pr.a P A. "'l.O , i as * rearlst,.. New Yor'
j i ot. ur W.sa. 5iS& k.t~siiDI hta 0
whose answeri aig an ativerteeImealo
Iln conler a rtaer tiuion Site noviei
Issew naut the g~uablltuher by statint
sail they t'aW tiSe tM~Itvrtint I
tla louna asani, ( mastsama vassata.
a kexrose*.-In a recent lecture before
the Edinburgh Iealth Booety, Dr. Charles
P Uathcart pointed out the Important part
Y that physical exercise played In the devel
y opment of the youbg iuan, and laid down
Le these rules for Its regulation: 1. Physical
r. exercise should be conducted in an abund.
ki auce of fresh air, and in costumes allowing
Is free play to the lungs, and of a material
' that will absorb the moisture, and which,
therefore, shouki be afterward chpnged
:e flannel. 2. There should always be a
g pleasant variety in the exercise, and an ao
tivo mental stiimulus to give interest at lie
same time. 8. The exercise should as far
,o possible involve all parts of the body and
i both sides equally. 4. When severe in
character, the exerclbes should be begun
gradually and pursted systematically, leav
i ing off at firat as soon as latigue is felt. 5.
L0 For young people the tine of physical and
I mental work should alternate, and for the
former the best part of the day should be
e selected. Active exertion should be nei.
ther taken immediately before nor imuie
diately after a full meal.
0 The Staked Plains are fast losing their
i reputation for being a barren desert. Says
the Crosby County (Texas) Sun: "We
learn from a gentleman just in from that
,e section that the colouy of Quakers who
1, are settled on the 8tPked Plainb,in Crosby
,a County,have tIe finest crops this year that
1, were ever seen in Northern Texas. They
d have sent wo.d to the stockinen in that
d cotntry that tbey will sell corn at ten
Y cents a bshel less than it can be bought
on the railroad, and they will be prepared
i to furnish any reasonable amount.''
Esuinormny on muslin is a fine, nlose
kind of white embroidery carried out
upou flue cambric or muslin with white
embroidery cotton. The design is first
traced upon thick drawing paper and
r pricked out with. pi is, then laid upon
the muslin, and powdered blue rubbed
through the holes leav >s the perfect im
press of the design on the niaterial,
r This is thou carefully ru with a thread
r of embroidery cotton. The stems in
13 any such design are worked in rope
8 stitch, the leaves, with the veins left un
V worked, in point do plume, and the rest
in flat satin-stitoh, while flowers are
o worked independlently in satin-stitch,
i with centres of French knote, and the
v outer leaves are executed in point de
13 pois and finished with buttonhole stitch
I EMAN REMD
- Rheumatismc Ea Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache,'Toothache,
r SeT wrn eilnsig rajuln B ruises,
AND) Al.,. OTHER.I 110111! l'PAINS AN!) ACHIER.
Sold by Druggist. so. KI ter~ eer(wh re. I ny cent.a bottle.
. (sue i v 4:ao Dlfl. '."~4A o( IR2 co.s..
ANCN HEALTH 01' W01M11
sPATHIZE WITH IS THE HOPE 0
LYDIA E. PIN KHAM'S
S VEGETABLE COMPOUND.
A Suro Cure for all FEMALE WEAR1.
NESSES, Inciudiing Leucorrheen, Jr.
regular and Painful Menatruation,
* nlmmto and Ulceration of
the Womb, Flooding, PRO0.
LAPSUS UTERI, &e.
t wPleasant to tho taste, eflicaclous and Immediate
ins its. ofrect. It is a g-rent help in~ pregnlancy, and ro,
,i oves pain during iabor and at regular period,.
. PHYSICIA NS USE IT AND PREBSCRIDFE iT FREELY.
GW'Foa A. wBAataaSE8 of the geneorative organs
of ei ther ser, it is second to no remedy that has ever
been before the public; and for all dlseases of the,
iDN E~yasi is I the Greatest Remnedge in the Workt.
s CIA 'JKIDNEY COMPLAINTS of Either Sex
Find cirent IRoliefin Its Use.
.L1YDIA Ei. PrNKHJAM's fLon PURIFIER
Li Blod, atto Pain rI ome vil give tone n strengtls t o
thoesystemn. Asmaarvello inresultsa, theocompound.
LY'Dotb the compoun d and Blood Purifier are pre
Spared at 233 and 235 Western Avenue, Lynn, Msas.
Price of either, ,i. six bottle, for $5. The Compound
isesent by mail in the form of pills, or of lozenges,, on
receipt of price, 51 per box for either. Ms. Pinkbara
tio. Ijillusnea and Torplii of to Live. 25 cents.
*W-8014 b~' all Drug.scst.''* e
~HAS BEEN PROVED a
The SUREST CilRE for
Does a lame baoc or disordered trine indi
5 oato that you aro a vietims P THNf DO NOT N
R ESITATE; use Kidney-Wort at once, (drug. E
Ogist. rocomzmonuitandit wilespeedily over.
come the disoaeo and restore hoaW.sy acion. e
~Ladies. Porpag pouenijr
~and wonknessos, Kidnoy-Worbis unsairpased,
as it will act promptly and safelg,
, E ithor sor. Incontineneo,rotontion ofutrino,
Ibriok dust or ropy deposit,,,and dull dragging
apain., all speedily yield to its eurative powr.!
.33. -SOLD DY AILL DRUGGISTs. Price 01. 9
- iebnap with -slAdw
Eisi.LE ibeo e will, ,
R Us .*t tie bod' b.askol
EGGLESTON TBUSS CO., Chicage, IlL
$66 a,"**k iplr on n. ,Temso tang?5c
Damauss ONaY aU3a cen ron Niavi Avr,:o
s d~vs NoFVa ta reld. 'cuss. Treatise &
2htrge on t exwen resolved. Snd ..n
exnress addrtess of amitiled to lun.IlNid,:m Arch
.a with pl
wrap e r
W and wIte
o *on every
that It is
on the la.
U s$tam ,
H. H. WARNER & CO.
Kidney, Liver, Stomach,
Bladder and Blood
Dr.El or&'s R hou eAUc-Uo ta 11 is ackno wledged
by all pehyeichm"n acquainted witha It to ho the only
medicinoe IN USE.% OHt xvic DISOOVKHED, that really
oures rheumatio disurders, ac ate-infiaminntory, aut,.
acute or ohroeiitr tiwu mlar, tendo us or norvous. It
is also the beat run~el for Dympepasa anid Ktc ney
Liver. laddor n lood disa 1 , having cured
viany old chroic heipolece cases. I'rieu romccd to
k2.26 for 35 ounco botlus. Sot anywore safoly by
1apresa uponi rvceipt of price. CUirculars 14oot u1pon
appilcationi, referrig to relinblo persous cureol.
ELMOltE, ADAM14 & CO.. Protietor,.
103 Williams mt.. N. Y.
LOUIS 0. FIRY. HKNRY 0. 8NYLiLn
$ 1 0 Those wishIng to make money in
120 CTO UUE
100 Louis a. Frey o.,
Kenner Block, NEW OLILEANS, LA.
AGENTS ykk t jir fng 1 elih;
prld rit fo n articulae, to I'.0 Ip ahLi~t P
R ECEIPT Folt REIEPING3 EGGU.-For
ur5c. I will en you a recijet that wal pre surv
alilcen pr dozenm. Cut tii out.
RI. L. BIl(1tl. Dyer. Tenns.
AGENTS iocaerae""WAN TLD
Economy Prmnting Co., Newburyport, Mass~.
COLLARS A NDI)(UFF4 lland~eno, Durable, Water
proofK o to Liin, t' mr or c~eii . ~cc y
uryp or, Mioar edpctis.r oiox11,Nw
UP URE - -uabi~aa ~Slgba
abetl alo amc thi. seac $. uI e..4 abmtb . nd
tMAaab I~mena al sreaase Pa .ng .Adeeaea
IjET?.EL ORGOAN. New style 015. Sold on
the INSTALM ET PILAN. 08'e elegant cas .
WARRANTED. O W.H T EL, atiton, N.J
IWtosnd 8-et, stamp fr the mt complete Catalogue a
fYPE BORDERS, CUTS, PRESSES &O
LO wEcT PRUCE8. LARGOEST YARIET~'.
WA TIONAL TYPE C0., "~ina~
fora P'libAP II il S 1N11:
df thi~s style. Equacl to aniy
Singer ine the icark t. JRe
nwsnlhcr, ,)o sei'l if to be
c.ram ued bu'fo yopay!
fee. It. Tiai ise the saino style
othier c'ompeeanica retalI for$5~0.
All Mhi~es wa'rrantied for it
years. 'ed ror Ilicraqced Cir
culhar a, d Testimonials. Adblresp
CiIAIl.T:s A. wa'0DI & (0.
____ 12 t.Tentb bl.,hiladeluha,
~~ A eaa.e Trsns &(. i'rtianiM
FO1R THEEE M
Th newii cvnhunio (nil ~
.he hest nuel I le chi'eea e amily MacgaN.ccr1l puhsheu
pirinted'i on h linest iiented p:p l ~e t. ' Xl l
dicte'. The tle' eamneelr. hoend euy of votue
19 weIgh I l PlocleIs nted contein fli) P1 ,es of lar
t'leanr prier. New Noveietliea, StOri-',,,1 01 time
I e'. m aehs, aned vahzeyti-in'emaceund by ev'eri
'c nmni leer Iin "'O Photo. laccstesnd 4 0%
l''wenctY Ce eec: v ii siubscrlin:o'e. T'> lied r
selcgPictoria hlol cek acid1 llen.anl'c tre
ned or cent. N 4'"rONA L Pun. Co . Phllada., Pa.
DR. Ha W. LOBB, MEDICAL. OFFICES
NO. 629 NORTH FIFT'EENTHr MSTREET,
Ph~ladelphia, Pa. 15 years' experIence. (Esahl.
lished for treatment with purely vegetable medi
eines.) Dr. Loebb's long experience in the treat.
Enontfdiseases enable him to guarantee a cure
in all cases. Consutctton ff1e and Strictly con.
fidenttal. Call In person or by letter. 0flice
hours: t1 to S and 71 fo 10 evenIng.
~fE usfafling and faat.
*RIAIII'Ah..ble in saring Kpilsptig
Nerous nd BoodDi
tjon. ..Invoa n
eve o bnstaehe
ale y aidneysaor
. Soe Popretes, t osi. DP~i,~
1 i nsts.alnadi b'