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EXUAUSTION O' THE1I Solt,- JTh0 cot
tish-Chamber of Agriculture has issued W
for the Government a final report on g
the subject of compensation for far- W
mer's improvements, with special refer- SL
enco to'unexhausted manures. In this it
document there are embodied the views ti
of upward of 000 of the leading practi- s
cal farmers throughout Scotland. The w
report gives the proportions of exhaus- 1
tion during the years which cover the o
active existence of the principal appli- is
cations, and indicates the margili to be 01
allowed for arablc and pasture land. c
Lime is said to last for two rotations on 0
light arable soil and on bill pasturage d
consumed by sheep and cattle for thirty dj
years, save ill wet climates. On arable e1
land it is generally computed to exhaust fu
at the rate of one-tenth per annum, but m
is by some deemed most beneficial after to
the first year or two. Horse, cow and ic
town manures last from thice years on
sandy eoil to nine years on clay land,
two-fifths being exhaunted the firstyear. di
Of guano, bones and phosphates the w
greatest endurance is given to hait-inch m
bones, which are said to extend over w
seven years at the rate of one-tenth per c
annum. Blone meal covera six years, wV
with most effect the first year, while in
quicker action is assigned to dissolved i
bones, Ammoniacal and phosphate '.
guano, nitrates, sulphatee and special cc
manures are yet more speedily exhaus- m
ted, the former often spending its effects w(
in a single year,though special manures
and cakes.stomotunes show their effects am
over three and four years. ni
GEORGE G>I-DEs says that the choap- gi
est and best water trough is a second- "
hand potash-kettle,such as can be bought of
very cheaply near salt works. They last "
indefinitely, and are of such shape that fo
water Ireezing in them can never burst st
the kettle. The slight rust which is
often found on old iron kettles is bene
fical to most stook, 01
FoWns do not like to scratch in their a
wn manure. Advantage may be taken .B
c this fact to keep them from scratch- e1
ii g up seeds sown in the garden. If the til
d oppings of the hen roost arc scatterett P
o' er freshly planted beds the fowls will d
s atch elsewhcre. The rains and cul- 13
ti Ation will soon carry the fertility it
6 yen by the manure where roots can c1
r oh if. .___n
AMONO the resolutions passed by the el
coria county, Ilhnois, Pomona grange ac
at a iceent meeting was one urging the p
expediency of having the elementary
.. - principles of agriculture taught in the
common schc ols.- This, it seems to us,
might be made useful. We are sure
tLat some wholesome training in regard
to how plants grow would benefit almost a
EcIos cut now will grow when graf- E
ted it cept in a coo], moist place. The 8
dirt floor of a cellar is as good a place b
for stoilng as any, and is improved by a a
little moist, Icose soil, in which the cut
tings may be buried. It is better, in is
fact, to cut them early,if carefully kept n
than to wait until just before grafting
To un;rEAK dogs froni sucking eggs w
break an egg, aund after pouring out t<
part of the white put in seven grains of r<
tartar emetic; lay the egg in the yard LI
where the (dog will ind it: ho will be c<
sick fcr a day or so, but will not be in- tl
juredt. Should one dose fail,repeat it- tI
it is seh'iom, however, that the second v'
doso is required. a1
TIi Vergennes grape is a novelty lie- E
cause of its long keepiing qualities. With
ordinary care, mn a coo,l room or dry
cellar, the lu uit will be as fresh in Jan va
uary as mn September. It is also a re- w
nuark-able glotwer, < xtremely hardy, a is
goed b)(e2rtrJan.idsomec bunchl and berry
aLdl If ically gcod quality.
To11 rIoThCT tea roses they may be ni
p)otted and lphicad awvay in a lbghit,warm P
collar. .IHaidy varieties should lie cov- b
ered with coauso litter from the atable; na
but this should not be done until the d
ground be gins to freeze,and the protec- cl
tion shoukd not be removed until the
-groundl is completely thawed.
Tun increasd cultivation of small a.
fruits, st rawberries, black berries, ratse. t
berries, currants and grapes is the most,
grati f3'ug inudicationi of agricultural
progress. Exeptiig currants, all of l
these are of comparatively recent (date t
in the gardens ci farmers, andl all are
yct too little grown.,5
ENoLmsn millers are ahaimo at the in- I
cre&simg prop)ortion of American wheat.
that is floured befIore being exported,
The~ practice of English millers lias long 4
been to buy our wheca', wvhieh is dryer a
thain their owni, and mix both1 toonther -
belore grInding. Euglish wheat iZoften '
too damp for use alone, al
WEis'irERN farmers usually burni corn- s"
stalks on the field where grown, as the b
best mieanis of getting tlLem out of the al
unay for thue next crop, These stalks
though much coarser than thete 'rein
* Earterni corn are m r t<oC valuable feed to a
be thus wasted, ti
ONE reason, 11nd( perhlaps the princi- w
pal one, wihy lalrge r, better and healluthl
icr cihv.s are Jahled Irom young cows si
than 1r<mz old outs is found- ini the fact c<
that, th.e milk of th'e former is, ats a rule, TI
much iicher than that of the latter. For- si
the same rear-on young cows are most
profitable for general dhairy p)urposes.
Turrs and shiubs newly lanLited c1
ought to have the soil dished about S
them, or appear as if planted in a large d
basini of ear th. This enables the rain ia
to run toward th(, steom or trunik of -1n
the tree, where moisture is most p)refer-. ic
Tfur English prizi -fruit growers growv
currants and gooseberries by raising
them on one stenm, which supports all b
the branches, as with trees. 'Thuy arc i
kept carefully trimmcd, cultivated andl q
well manured. ci
NEw JERisrEY is the chiampjon Sae0
for gooseberries, the largest sp,ecimn a,
shownu at a horticultural exhiblitionl a
at Paterson lately having weighed
eighteen p)enrywveights andl twenty-one
WHEN it is de(siredl to pro)t0ct seineo
particular plant that huas attained con- lii
siderable size it may be done by suir
rounding it with rye straw, tying the
top of the straw well to keep out the
- BAnLEY straw should not be used 0s
get into their eyes and cars, destroig
their comf, rt anl thrift, -in ci
Tu cranberry crop In 1882, for the
whole country, was estimated at 822,- ai
000) bushels. b
PIANo BaxoErtS.--The pIano stool,
hich like tha Mauritian dodo still lin.
yrs in out-of-the.way oorners of the
end will soon become 'an extinct
>ecies, Though not of Celestial origin
too "must go," that is, the. conven
Dnal and most uncomfortable round
ool which swing round and round
ith occasional danger of sptnninq of
to space. They are\replaced by pano
mtirs or benches. A low broad bench
covered with richly stamped leather
a dull crushed raspberry or copper
>Ior, embossed with lecks of old silver
gold.. A longer mahogany bench,
ith carved back,. is shaped to accomo
dto duet-players. These can match
ther the piano case or the wood of the
rniture of the music room. ' Cabinet
akers are furnishing piano chairs with
11 legs, upholstered to match the par
r or music-room furniture.
REaTonlNG FADED INK.-A valuable
scovery has been recently made,
hereby the faded ink on old parch
ents may be restored as to render the
iting perfectly legible. The process
'nsists in moistening the paper with
%ter and then passing over the lines
writing, a brush which has been wet
a solution of sulphide of ammonia.
1ie writing will appear quite ([ark in
lor, and this color, in case of parch
ent, it will preserve. Records which
.re treated in this way in the Germanic
useum, in Nuremburg, ton years ago,
e still in the same conidition as im
ediately after the applcation of the
ocess. On paper, however, the color
adually fades again; but it may be
stored at pleasure by the application
sulphide, The iron which enters
to the composition of the ink is trans
rmed by the reaction into the black
.3oUED tongue, if browned in the
ren, and served with a dressing made
bread crun.bs, butter and sage, makes
good foundation for a plain dinner.
aste the tongue while in the oven lib
,ally with butter 'and water, and lot
as help to make a brown gravy to be
oured over the tongue. Serve the
ressing on the platter with the tongue.
clone putting the tongue in the oven
s appearance may be improved by
ittiug off the ends, so that it shall be
ore in shape like a roast beef or mut
m. Theso pieces thus cut oft can be
iced and browned in butter and be
nit to the breakfast table with baked
rtatoes, corn muffins, and coffee.
Mix thoroughly rico flour with cold
ater and gently simmer it over the
re, when it rei.dtly forms a delicate
id durable cem ;nt, not only answering
io purpose of nomm. paste, but
imirably adapted to join together pa
or, card, etc. When made of the con
steney of plastic clay, models, busts,
isso-reliovos, etc., may be formed,
id the articles when dry resemble
hite marble. and will take a high piol
h, being very durable. Any coloring
atter may be used at pleasure.
To BionTaN Ur AN ATrio,-Get some
the striped red and white or blue and
hito paper to imitate the canvas of a
nt, and cover the sides as well as the
of of tho attic. Where the reef joins
oe sides, a narrowv border to imitate a
rd must be put; also across and across
o ceiling, with a rosetto or .tassel in
ic centre. Au ordinary attic looks
~ry well deucoratedl in this manner,
id tihe strip)es tako off the sloping look
tbe wail. The11 sides of the windowv
ust not be papered.
To render plaster casts ci normaneut
11lu0 anid to remove their unpleasant
hiten~ess, they should be flatted. This
(d0n1 by paiuting with commnon whiLe
tint mi which a little Vandyko brown
is been mixed, Anyone can do this
y' taking care to preserve the delicate
arkings aL.out the mouth, eyes, etc.
Lrhap)s two or three coats of paint will
needed, the last coat should be
ixed1 with turpentine alone, Af ter un
3rgc ing this process, plaster can be
catned as easily as marble.
SAIIDINE TO4sT.-Divido some sar
ies lengthwise, removing skin, bones
id tails; add a little of the oil from the
nan ucmt into the even between two
lates, letting them get quite hot. Take
>me 'thin strips of bread, tihe exact
ngth of tile sardines, fry them in but
ir, put half a surdine on each slice,
rinkle on cayenne and salt and a
iuezo of lemon juice, and serve very
Ibiz A nA ToMAT.-Boil half a pound
rice with one very small onion chopp
I flue; when (lone and nearly dry, stir
two tablespoonfuls of grated cheese.
mrco of inec tomato sauce, one table
>oonifuii of chopped parsley, a teaspoon
ii of sweet herbs, a little cayenne and
sit, andl a large tamblespoonfull of the
yet fresh butter. Form into a mound
1d serve very hot.
Oxx~ of the best w.ishmng fluids is
ado by mixing equal parts of turpon -
no and ammonia. Tisi fluid makes
ibbing almost ununecessary, while it
hitens the clothes without rotting
cma. House pianits are very much
imulated by giving them water which
ntains a small quantity of ammonma.
wo spoonfuls to a qart of water is
OnD-F~AsuToI. 1i INDIAN rUDDINo.
we quarts of skimmed milk, two-thirds
ip of mnolassos,- and salt to taste.
unad half the milk, add the meal b)y
sgrecs, stirring briskly, scald a few
.omem.ts, and( add to the cold1 milk,
olasses, etc. Bake slowly three or
urn hours. Eat with cream sauce,
you haven't the cream milk is a very
NAIv lac15k walnut is one of the
sst woods for bed and1 dining room
urniture. T1hio grain of this wvood is
tito opein, and will absorb a great deal
raw oil without receiving any p)olish,
a little gum copal is mixed with the
in a short time the woodl will become
smooth, hard andl highly polishedl as
pice of bronze.
Tu sound made by pouring coal on
tire is sometimes extremely annoying
an ivalid. i the coal is placed in
small paper bag it can obviously be
id upon the fire without any sounid.
IF~ thme work about the house is dlone
2letly it seems to be easier. Slam
ing oven doors, clattering dishes and
~her kindred noises weary anid beowilder
moat as much as the work itself. The
oat successful housekeepers ate gen
ally quiiet workers,
To render flatirons smooth, nub them
eli with salt and then over a piece of
awax aftr hatn.
A MAN wjo received a speciien dop
of the new Chinese paper published in
Now York-, luoked it over, and then
remarked that he had no objection to a
puzzle department of one or two col
umns, but when the entire paper was
devoted to illustrated rebuses, enigmae,
nagrams and'other puzzles, he thought
it was altogether too much, and he
wouldn't subscribe for the sheet if it
was only ten cents a year.
A book agent named Joe 13myrk,,
Was put out and hurt by a jerk,
He says as a cure,
St. Jacob's Oil is sure,
At all times to get in its work.
A lightning-rod man in St Paul,
From a house had a serious fall,
Though battered and bruised,
He said, when he used
St. Jacob's Ol-"It simply baateall"
Two gentlemen wore conversing he
other day on the folly of superstitions,
when one of them remarked, "There's
ust one superstition which clings to
me still. I never like to break a mir
ror, I never knew an: bad luck to follow,
but I don't like to-have it happeu."
". agree with you," replied the other
"and my experience has warranted my)
roars. I have never broken a mirror
but I met with some bad luck the same
"Is it possible ?" asked the first with
"Yes." replied the oter gentleman,
"there was never a day on which I
broke a mirror that I did not lose from
two to twenty-five dollars."
"You don't say."
"And wore than ' that, the amount
lost has always csrresponded with the
value of the mirror broken."
"Ah, very likely. very likely," and
the subject was abruptly changed.
***"Magnificent promises sometimes
end in paltry performances." A magnifi
cent exception to this is found in Kidney
Wort which invariably performs even more
cures than it, prnnises. 1ere is a single
instance; "Mother has recovered," wrote
an Illinois girl to her Eastern relatives.
"She took bitters for a long time but with
out any good. So when she heard of the
virtues of Kidney. Wort she got a box and
it has completely cured her liver com
WY'Make your old things look like new
by using; the Dianiond Dyes, and you will
be happy. Any of these fashionable colors
for 10 cents.
IN the good old country tavern times
all the viands were put on the table and
the host did the carving in the presence
of his guests. Things have changed
since then, and the meats are now out
in the kitchen. The host don't want
his boarders to see him do the carving
with at broadaxe, mallet and cold chisel.
Sept. 14th, 1880.
110) BIUcr Co., 'rouoNTO:
I have been sick for the past six years,
suIllering from dyspepsia and general
weakness. I huve used three bottles of flop
Bitters, and they have done woiders for
mie. I am well and able to work, and eat
anel sleep well. I cannot say too much
for 11op Bitters. SI MON ROBBf3NS.
"SEIDIs to me that this is much adieu
ribout niothing," said young Augustus
Popiujay, as the family fell upon the
aceck of the departing second-aunt, and
with tears of gratitude, consigned her
to the tender mercies of the hackman.
That Iliubani of Mine
Is three ilmes thie man he was before lie began
ing wells' lilih Rienewer. $i. Druggists.
iT ia reported that Ma.jor Conger,
3uperintendlent of the Nationai Park, is
muaking an effort to have ten policemen
ippointed to look after thd welfare of
the Park. They will appear about as
solated and inefficacious as ten huckle.
berries in a pan of milk.
CHE'PEasTi FACiIIoN MAGAZINE in the
worldl, 120 fargo pages, 4 pages new music,
1000 engravings cachi issue. 50 cents per
year; single copies 15 cents. 8'rnWBIJDnme
&~ fLOTHrIER, 8th & Market Sts,, Pia,
A WEEKLY paper Is to be start'ed in
SIan Francisco conducted exclusively by
WOmni. It will be called the LEho,
probably because an echo, like a woman,
k bound to have the last word.
Oan Tuirf,y Dais' Trial.
The Vol' aic Belt Co., Marshall, Michi.,
will scnd Dr. Dye's Celebrated Eiectro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Appliances on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are afflicted with nervous debility,
lost vitality and kindred troubles, guaran
teeing speedy andl complete restoratioli of
hiealth and manly . vigor. -Address as
above.-N. 13.-No risk Is incurred, ah
thirty da.ys' Trial is allowed.
ADVERIIAITY borrows its sharpest sting
from our impatience.
T wentEy-foura Ilours to Live.
Fromi John Koihn, La fayotto. Indi., who announces
tha~t hto is now in "porfect htealh," we hav.e the foiiow.
ing : "On,o yearL ago I was, to aii .aipparance, ini the
lasit stages of tConfmpti~ton. Our best phaysliis
gavoimy case up,. I linmHy got so low that our doctor
s,aid I coutid not live twoity.four, hours. My friends
then purchaisedl a bottlo of Dr. win. Hal'P, inlsam
for the Luung-, wih consideratbly beneaited mec. I
continued uilh 1 took ninq bottiuos. 1 am njow in por
foot henbh.a hamvinig used no other mecdino,"
UIt nry's C~ab,,He tdaive.
It in the host alve for outs Jirmases, Sores, Ulcers
tnitltbe,i j'iotter, !haiiped hi mnds. (Okibain,
Lorn, and ail k inda~ of skini Krnpi.ons, Freckit uind
Tus first and greatest of all faults is
to defraud ournolves.
Mensmian's I'eptomilzed beer tonic, the
only preparation of beef containmg its en
tire nutritious pro)perties. It icontains
blood-making, force genleratmng and life
sustal mng properties; invaluable for indi
gestion, dlyspep)sia, nervous prostration, and
ali forms of geiieral debility; also, in all
enfeebled conditions, whether tha result of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork
or acute dlisease, particularly- if resulting
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
thazard & Co., proprietors, New York.
Bold by all ruggists.
TEMPERzlANoE and labor are the two
great physician of man,
LAdies andl chiluren 's boots and shoes
annot run over if Lyon's P'atent Heel
Mtiff eners are used
WISDoM Is oft-times nearer when we
itoop than when we sonr,
' Lies are pa$rtiularly recommended to
ry GAh'TkiNR for headache, nauisen, etc.
IT'is not life to live for one's self
ilone; let us help one another.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve flestorer Is the
mnarYci of the age for all nerve diseases. All
ts tped freeo. Send to 981 Arch Street'
u krisent pi U p 1 4.k
is Migh ti d btt Preva r"-to Mopl itsd
try utn l,tlstawtt the iu or of Its lilonisi
Edettor Of venng Piles:
DsAR >:IR-FOoling deeply grateful fot tile great
bonilts whluh I have feooived from the utse of a very
valuapUlrtiolo whilo.has Its origin and home in que
beautif cityfand hoping that others whoare afflicted
as I have beenmay ad liko relief from its uso, I beg
the iydulgenoe of a tow hnes in your valuab., paper
for tho privilege of'oommunicating to you a briel
stat mept of faots, fox: the benefit of the multitude of
sufferers to be metwith on evert side. Many of my
friends well know that I have been very severely af.
flloted with heart disease for a'number of years, and
have sufrered from it as only those can suffer wh<
have that disease1 it reduced my atroikth so low that
I could scarcely walk across my room, and the less
exertion rendered mo so short-breathed that i dared
scarcely move, and life seemed very burdensome.
was traatod for my malady by the best physioians,an
derived no benefit from their treatment or prescrilp
tons until I was advised by my family physician t<
use Hunt's Itemedy, as my trouble was caused by in
action of my kideys, which affected very seriousia
the mellon of my heart. A Oommnnod taking it (hav
ig little faith in it or any other medicine) and it has
helped me wonderfully, and I am now a great dea
better, and have boon over since I began its use, In
fact. I have taken no medicino that has bonoittel in
so greatly. My breathing is easy, and I have gano 1
in strength so much that I am able to do my house
work. I cheerfully recommend Hunt'slton}edy to al
who may be anilioted as I have been, or who are sut
fering from general debility and nervous prostration
IRespeotfully, Mits. A. 0. IOOKW L L,
Pearl Street. Providence, It. I.
A standard medicine for curing Bright's Disease
Dropsy, Kidney, Bladder and Olandular Maladies is
Hunt's Itemody. Fomale Woakuessa, Vain in the Back
and Loins, Gravel, Diabetes. Intemperanco. Exces
and Prostration of the norvous system .aro cured by
.1nt's Remedy. Hunt's Iemody imparts health and
vigor to the constitution whpu it has booomo debilli
tate4 Hunt's itomedy restores the invalid to health
D , S.Silsbee's External Pile Remedy
Gives Instant relief and Is an ilhible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Bold by Druggistsaeverywhere. Price tt1ri)per boz
preob'sy mail. Samnplcs eont fr-ee io labyslclans
ndc all sufferers, by P. Neustaedtcr & Co., Bex 891
pew York City. 8olemanufactnrers of "Aaak f&.
There has never been an instance in which this
sterling invigorant and anut-febrlle medicine has
failed to ward oil the complaint, when takien duly
as a protection againat malaria. Hundreds of
hysi''*ns l"ve abandoned all the ofilcinal ispecif
iCs, and1( now prescribe tis htarmless veg. tabtle
tnic for chills antt fever, as well as dlyspel slim
ans inervous alfections. Hiostetter's Bitters is the
speOclill yout nteed.
Foralo by all D)rsurgssts and Dealers generally.
g HAS-BEEN PROVED /
* The SURESr OURE for j
Doe a lame back or disoered urino indi
eaoto that you arc a victimn P THEN DO NOT U
E HE8ITATlEs uso Kidnoy-Wort at once, (drug.-~
tar d is and ietowrllhealth action. *
~and weakcnessnes, Kidney-Wert is unsurpassed,.
SitherBox. Incontinence, etention ofurieo
brick dust or ropy dpolita, anddnu dragging C.
pains, all speedily yielud to Its curative power.
I3- BOLD BY ALL DRiUGGIST5. Price $i.
The 00(1 and1 staunch old
stand. vMEXIC(AN MUS
TANU INIENT1 hlas done1
mior-e to assuage pain, relieve
sufferinlg and save thea lives of
men01 anlti)aslts thanil all Otherl
liimenotsq put together. Wily?
Because tle Mustang pente
tr'ates thlroughl skini and flesh
to tile very bone1, driving out
all pain 1an soreness and1(
morid1ecrtionls, anid r'estor'
lng tile aIlictedi part to sound1(
and1( supple health.
sureoe Peofi asnp1m h, Tetter ol cres,
Berse, )lrurlal Dise.,e Catarrh lof ,
diseases. It nager ral.s. All druggIst, andI
toe. rie, Pltl.,gh, en overy bottle.
YOUNG M E N'I% ue'"i-niman
Circumlara frce. VALENTINED1le o OS IJaevloW
A Skin of Deauty is a Joy Forever.,
DR.t T. FELIX GOURIAUD'8
Oriental Cream, or Magical Beautlfier.
OPIU Mo as n Hasbirti a 0
UK E U An. J.e si TEPHNs, Lbanon, Ohio,
Those answering an acevertiseaneni
Will eenter a favor upon b t iatt
tiew andt .the ablishe byao ao
that 'he saw the advertisoenenat
this euv#1 (namsing pap.r).
otber bight a merchant .in a vii -
lage in Ohio was dlsoovered in his store
at an unuattally late hour, and in reply
to iniuries he said:
"My confldential clerk is missing."
"And what of it?"
"Why, I'm looking over the books,
but they seem to be all square."
"Have you counted your cash?"
J'Yee, and it is correct to a dollar."
"Looked over your bank book ?"
"I have, and it is satisfactory. That's
the puzzle, you see. He's skipped, and
I can't make out what for."
"Be.en home sinco noon ?"
Perhaps 'ho has eloped with your
"Lands alive I but It may be so I If
it is, then the puzzle will l0e solved,"
He hurried ' ' di I was so, and
he felt a great s' 'is mind. .
is past, and Dr. A,)trd's "Qt, .el
Discovery" will.h ot raise tho dead, wI 1l "
cure you if your lungs are almost wasted f
consumption. It is, however unsurpassed
both as a pectoral and alterativo, and will
cure obstinato and severe diseases of the
throat and lungs, coughs, and bronchial af
fections. By virtue of its wondorful alter
ativo properties it cleanses and enriches tho
blood, cures pinpios, blotches, and crup
tions, and causes even great eating ulcers to
A PmTS Princess has just married
her twentieth husband. A few enter
prising Piute princesses would soon ex
terminate the male portion of the tribe,
and save our government considerable
Uut the Original.
)r. Pierce's "Pellets"--tie orginal "Lit
tle Liver Pills" (sttgar-coated)--curo sick
anu bilious hlIelh, sour stoiiimel, and
bilious attackCs. By druggists.
Tu waste-baskets of country editors
are now yawning for the inevitable
spring poem, and kindling wood is get.
Dr. Pierce's "Favorito Prescription," for
all thoso weaknesses peculiar to women, is
an unequalled remedy. Distressing back
ache and "bearing-down" sensations yielt
to its strength-giving properties. By drug
"'TwAs just one year ago to-day,"
sings the grocer's elerk, as he dusts off
the pile of "new maple sugar."
***"Do not grasp at the shadow and
lose the substance," Kidney-Wort is able
to convert you from a shadow of your
former self into the substance of establish
ed health. Said a sufferer from kidney
trouble when asked to try Kidney- Wort
for a remedy. "['il try it, but it will be
my last dose." It cured hini and now he
recommends it te ali. If you have disor
dered kidneys don't fail to try it.
3WNot.hing so simple and perfect for
coloring as the Diamond Dyes. For carpet
rags, better and cheaper than any other
THE burglar's romance: Ohapter I
He tries to get the slekels. Chapter
II-He gets the shackels. .
If you are a frequenter or a resident of
a miasmatic district, barricade your sys
tem against the scourge of all new coun
tries--ague, bilious and intermittent fe
vers-by the use of IIop Bitters.
IjUDINo TON, Mwiur, Feb. 2. 1880.
I have sold klop H5itters for four years
and there is no medicine that aurposses
themi for bilhious attacks, kidney comi
plaints and many diseases incident toe this
malarial climate. HI. T. ALEXANDER.
ENGTLAND is like a whipped school
boy: Got the prints of whales on her
*It is not necessary to cat'er Into part i
culars in referring to tho complicated or
ganic and functional dilIcultIes to which
the more delicato classes of American
women are subject; but we lake pleasure
in saying that Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkhiam's
great remedy for all these troubles has a'i
unbounded porularit y.
l'ELEGRAPH wires arc so numerous on
some of the streets in this city that .
people living on a fourth floor flat can I
sift their ashes by merely throwing
them against the net work.
Everybody is pleased with the imp)rdred
Carbolmne, a deodiorized extract of petro-a
beum. It is as clear tend limpid as spring
water, and was originally intendled by na
ture as a panacea for all diseases of the
scalp and rikin, and as a natural hair re
WOMEN, like princes, find few real
Fro' Th,iek Jioat..
Heavy stomachis, bilious condliones-Welin' May
A plie P'ills-ant t-b~ilius, cathiartie. 10 and 25c.
I"ontow after holiness, it will repay
Malaria, chills, positively cured by
Emory's Standard Cure Pills. Their
equol unknown, augar-coated ; no grip
ing, 25c. .
No decking sets anything forth so
much as aff'ection.
Trhe cheapest and prettiest collars and
'.mffs iare the Chrohthiion .TFry themn aiid
see for yourself. _
WE give advice by the bucket and
take It by the grain.
"W eiis'Heail Renewoer"restores health anti vigor
cures Dyspepsia. Imp,otence, Boxual Debility. SI.
lBOTHING is so reasonable and cheap
as good manners.
The iBad and( Worthless *
are never iitate? or countfer.felled. Ti's Is
espec,ially true of a family medicine, and it Is
positive proof that the remedy iitated Is of the
highest value. As sooa as it had been tested
andi proved by the whole worild that 1101 BItters
was the purest, best and mos~t valuable family
medIcino on earth, many imiat Ions sprung up
and began to steal the notices In which the press
and the people of thie country hadJ expressed the
merits of Hi. B., and in every way trying to In.
duce sunfering invalids to ure their "itiff Instead,
expecting to iiake money on the credht and good
name of Hi. B. Many ot.hers started nostrums
put up In sinilar style to It. ii., with variously
devised inmes ini which the word " Hop," or
"Ho0ps" were used in a way to indluce people
to believe they were the same as Hop1 hitters.
All such pretendled remiedlies or cires, no mastier
what their style or namo is, and espiecasily those
with the word " Hop"' or "hIops" in their cname -
or in any way connected wIth them or thedr name,4
are Imitat Ions or counter feits. Beware of them.
Touch none of them. Use nothlng but genuine
flop Billers, wIth a b,unoh or cluster of greeni
Hop on the white ilbel. Trust nothing else.
Druggisi andl dealers ore warned against dealing
in imitatIons or counlterteita.
$42a2ono ma 00tl
PlO MMorphine Habit.
Noly 'ilc re.Ten yava
estaUi ledw, e,0 ured. taste
DRI. MAlt%IK. Qiuine.y. Mieh.
"O' 4 "P..'EINT.
Rheumatism, NeuraIa, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headac e, Toothacho,
Sore Throat. SwellI nge%sprains, Bruises,
Burns. Sealds, > rost Bites,
Aa L, OTIEII BO11 Y PAINS AND ACItES.
re1 a nt tan er.e.fty tenUs a bottle.
t AILES A. VO(JELER t&
rvA. VOUELEAt CO.1 1laltltere, Md.. ii.B. .
A E. PINKHAM, OF LYNN, MASS.*
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Curo
for all ihoso Painfil Complaint and Weaknease
socommon toourbeat female populatio.,.
It will euro entirely the worst form of Femalo con'
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcera.
tion, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Spinr.l Weakness, and Is particularly adapted to tht
chango of Life.
It will dissolve and oxpel tumors from the uterus in
an early stago of devolopment. The tendency to can.
cerous humors there Is chocked very speedily by its use.
It removes faintness, flatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures loating, Ileadaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Bleoplossness, Depression and Indi
'fhat feeling ot bearing down, causing paIn, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by its use.
It will at all times and under all ^Ircumstances act In
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
For the euro of Kidney Complaints of either sex this
C,ampound is unsurpassvd.
LYDIA E. PINKIIAM'A VEOETAILE CO.
POUND is prepared at :43 and 235 Western Avenue,
lynn, liass. 'rico $1. Six bottles for 1. Sent by n iail
In the form of pills, also in the form of lozenges, on
receipt of price, $1 per box for either. Mirs. i'lnkham
'rooly answers all letters ot inquiry. Send for panpl
let. Addressasabove. Mention thispaper.
No family should be without LYDIA I. PINKIIAM'S
LIVER PILT2. They curo constipation, billousnoss,
ad torpidity of the liver. 21 cents per box.
AS- Hold by all Druggssle. Mg
.THE CREAT CURE ti
E KIDNEY8,LIVER AND BOWELS. C
t It cleanses th oe yatomi of th acrid poison
e onl,y the victims of Rheumatism can rcnlLo.
I'OUSANDS OF OASES .
of the, ' forms of this terrible disease
Shave bee) skly relieved, and in short timeo~
PatCE, $1. iqutD on ImY, So1.D) IY binUcclSTS.
*4 i- Dry can be sent by mal,
3 S. .
S 5 to $20 pr day t nani losgwnh 1 fn
"It has become so commOn to write the
oginning or an artielo, in an elegant, inter
"Then run it into) some advertisement
hat we avoid atll suich,
"And simpIly call attention to thle melrits
1f Hop Ilitters in as plain, honeOst terms as
"To inlduco peollo
"To give themn 0on trial wvhich so proves
heir vailue that they will never use atny
"TIIE RE3MEDY 80 favorably Iloticed in
.11 the papers,
"Religious aInd secular, is
"Having a large saie, a:nd is suIpplanItinIg
,11 other meldicines8.
"There is no denyinlg tho virtues of the
lop plantlt, and the prop1rietors of Hop1 Bilt
t,ri have shown great u hrewdnecss
"Ill comnpounlding a mnedicino whose
'irtules are so pa > able to every 0n1's
Dlid She Die?
"$lhe lingered and sulffered alo~ng, pining~
LwaIy all the time for years,"
"The dloctorsI doing her nto good ;"
"Andi at last wais cured by this Hop Bit
ers the papers say so muchel about."
"IndieedI I Intdeed I"
"hlow t.hankfuil we should be for that
A Daughter's Misery.
"Eleven years our daughter suffered on a
ed of misery.
"J'roml a comphllication of kidney, liver,
houmallltic trouble and Nervous dobility,
Under thte ciare of tho best physicians,
"Who gavo her disease varliouIs names,
"But no0 relief,
"And nosw site is restoredi to 11s in good
tealth by as simplo)1 a remedy as Hop Bit
ers, that we had shunmned for years before
Isinig it."-TiiE PAREdNTS.
Father is (Gotting Well.
"Miy daughiters say:
"Ho0w much better fatligr is since 1he used Hop
"Hie is getting well after his long suffering from
disease dleclarod Incurable"
"AndI we are so glaid that he used your Bitters."
t LAny of Utica, N. Y.
IGENTS WANTED Mui' ta
tocig ifllh II EEL and TOE coant in~ to12
nlitutes. I til also knit a great varet of fancy.
york f or whic h there Is alway a roady mariet ndt
or circiular and( terms to th1 Tw ossfsly Ranil ting
Inachinte (Co.. 18' romnont street, Boston, assa.
In the human body ER ADICA TED byusing
SF*O SALE BY ALL DUOGIST ,
301B MAN i1IUSINKAR COLIRo,Newark . N.J. Terms
J $40. Positions for graduates. # rite for circulara
fed 'ito thula no. a a -n
j .. r
PIYSIOIANS A A ktLEl
are having but little success it curing what
are generally ternied Malarial diseases, and
for this reason it is quite frequently said that
they do not know what Malaria is. Lot us
see what the principal difficulties are with
which they have to contend. There is an
old proverb which says, "You should always
tell your Doctor and Lawyer the truth."
Did you do this when you first consulted
your physician ini regard to thoso qtteer clills
followed by flushes of heat--that numbness
and pain in all parts of the body which h
said was Malaria? Did you tell him that
you had often suffered during the previous
year with sour stomach, heartburn, nausea,
flttulence, constipation, and occasional grip
ing, and that your tongue had been coated
more or less for a long timo? I to ou
hro more in fault than tl octor. You
probably told hin thof t1, but not the
whole truth, and it "om this cause, this
neglect of wlltri re considered by many aw
trilling-aiments, that peoplo are compelled
to suffer long illnesses, which simple reme
tlies will prevent if taken in tHine.
Tle symptons we have mentioned are
those of a weak and bilious condition of the
Ligestivo organs and a diseased liver. They
are borne by many with but little complaint,
the patient generally attending to his usual
)ceupation, and scarcely mentioning his all
nents to his nearest friends. ]lo soinetimes
ias an excellent appetite, eating heartily
ntd with great relisls, At otleriimos there
is positive disgust for all food. There is
with seine a constant dull headache, with
lots beioro the eyes, pain in tho right side,
a sleepy, dull feeling after neals, a restless,
)orvous condition at, night, bad dreams, at
tinios great melancholy without apparent
mause, a costive condition of the bowels, a
These symuptoins, when not attended to,
tro sure to undermine the system and pro
luco the most serious diseases. Typhoid
over is caused by the neglect of these all
nents, Chills and fever are always trace
tblo to an impaired condition of the digest
c organs. No one was ever attacked with
1Ialaria whoso digest,lon was geti. Dys
Mposia and Liver Coinplait, olt,oi lead to
Consumption. The digest iye organization
.s the basis of health, and any deviation
'rom perfection is 0 -ngerous.
How shall we keep the digestive organs in
much a con:titin that the system will resist
Our answer to this is plain, anti, we think,
'easonable. We must go the original cause
f the trouble. If the stomach has become
tllel up with slimy secretions, they itust.
Jo removed, and this should be dono with
nut irritation. The bowels must be purifiel
ind cleansed without weakening the general
system. Tlte liver nitust he roused to healthy
action and mado to secreto the proper
mount of bile necessary to good digestion.
A. few doses of Dr. Schenck's Mandrake
Pills will do all this.
They are the great reunedy of the ago.
'hoy have driven from use moro poisonous
Irugs than any medicine ever bro%ight be
fore the public. Before their introduction,
anercury or caloiel wasa remedy used daily
in the practico of every physician. It is
now only used by the careless or ignorant.
[t is known as a violent mineral poison, and
would never be used by any one if all knew
tho virtues of that. great vegetable remedy,
Niandrake, ais preparedl by D)r. Schenck.
Dr. Schienck's M%antdrake Pills are sold by
3lrugglsts every where at 25 cents per box,
or sent by mail, post-p)aid, on reqeip)t of
price. Dr. Schienck's Book on Consump
Ligg, Liver Comiplainit and Dyspepsia, is
sent, free, post p)aid, to all applicants. Ad--- '
dress Dr. S3choncek & Son, Philadelpbia, Pa.
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