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-The Ironing Blanket Boforo be- l,lin(r to iron, sprinkle the table plen I lvwitli water and lay on the iron b'l'inket This will hold it firmly in I-,. :nf5 prevent all wrinkling and lyiiio- about. Never try to iron with llanKet having wrinkles or bunches. ),c Household. Tin' Gcrtnantown Te7c/raph insis'a L^thf necessity for feed ng animal |(il \omi!? chickens, saying this is 1 ,r n'cinal food the old hen secures |l!,.r b. ood. The meat scraps make Im l:iy. and the variety helps make |m healthy. _(ourt-pla-ter made at home is lunmi al, und is said to be highly Ly-fful. Dissolve one pint of French .rliiW in one pint of warm water to faild ten cents' worth of pure give L.' a„(] sc01' Barn-lard Economy. lA dark stream, often of golden color, Tvays of golden value, Hows to waste pm many an American barn-yard. liquid fertility often enters the side |tch of the farm lane, sometimes of the jliway, and empties into protected vs. 1 Jo Fe of I'J 1 rc* li'iif.V01 IVlllo- |rich0n- a brook, di removes it beyond the reach of nuts that would greatly profit by it. lee may cruaw a hole into the granary lil daily abstract a small quantity of lain, or skunks may reduce the profits lti!C poultry lorly yards, but these leaks are lutil in con parison with that from the constructed and ill-kept barn Ird. The most valuable part of man fe is that which is '•fs it of A very soluble, and is retained by some absorbent, I kept from the drenching rains, it will quickly out of reach. Manure is a Bniifactured product, and the success «11 farm operations in the older lir^s, depends upon the quantity and Jality this product. Other things fiug equal, the farmer who comes out life spring with the largest amount |t :c best quality of manure, will bo one who finds farming pays the '•t- barn-yard, whether on "a side- Ill or on a :evei, with all the ra'ns free |f:v:l upon the manure heap, should be arranged as to lose none of the drain- Si:le-hill barn-yards are common, Icause the barns thus located furnish |eonvi ent cellar. A barrier of earth the lower side of the yard can be piekly thrown up with a team and h'd seraper, which will catch and hold |e (henehings of the yard above, and I« eoir.se, newly made .manure will I'sorb the liquid and be .benefited by it. would be better to have the manure iue ami kept under cover, always 1 from ia:ns and melting: Unly enough moisture should present to keep it from fermenting rapidly. lanure An old farmer who let his take care of itself, once kept '''s sheep under cover and was foatiy surprised at the increased value j1»e manure thus made. In faet.it "s1, ons" that when scattered as Klv as the leac'ied dung of the yard. lJ1 ')e't °f better grain in itcld. '('he testimony was so much l!'e s'all-iuade manure, that s.i Um.l,r's uow keeping all his live undercover, and t.iefarm is yield larger crops and growing richer ,1! year. If it pays to stop any •*iii the granery, it is all the more poitant to look well to the manure rushes tlie food, that feeds the ip grow the grain, that fills liii®'aia bin. At this season tins living are all grinding the hay and grain .d Y.ehlng the Ian by-products of the Much may be saved in b.v letting this heap be as I -is out-door yard feeding and the Qlwl llus at!(* rains can make it,%ut such like that of the economic I 'S'uan who went out with the idea i'I'S as little powder and lead as fssible£row the largest „i. Cf0PSi even though it takes a or more of steady well-prepared man More than this, It the ri r"°:llcav.y. of stead hard work to the HefLi leim !'t liy throwing every liicti 1 *eutility back upon the acres hp-,'aVe 't- Watch the mu .would mine'of gold. can Agriculturist. IteresHn0 fi"e fevv tllinSs Vuioo P- Id [hevl in al Jh?/ are life more !lP unrestricted inter- wittl a c°ngfn'al spirit, ,JW things more rare.— •'"dspcuden'. 1 if" Feeding Pla^ for the First 150 Days. A reader asks why pi«rS will times grow into short, dumpv, fat pio-9 madftln °f old, and can't th'ritf S fr.?m five cents' worth of tincture 'ay a P'uc® °f black or of |:'1C Qjlk on a board and paint it over Ijj [lie mixture.—A". J". Tribune. -Those who wish to procure seeds [sMi-iiiij planting are recommended ortlo" them of some trustworthy u,, as early as possible. The sooner „n!er is" received, the better the Iiliiy "fl'10 SUS'? 's likely to be. If il late in the se in, it may be im b!e to respond to it as promptly as |v be desired.—JV. Y. Examiner. ]!a-h made of '. its of roast beef or Ln!b iy be given a very good ilavor fusing raw potatoes instead of cold |lc I. "Chop the potatoes very fine, in proportion of two thirds of these to .-thinl of meat., This will require a .or time to cook, of course, but it is "s 1 much liked by many people.— It'iivvjc. Li-£ Cake: Two cupfuls of sugar, lo? "ire:?, me cupful of milk, half a I ul of butter, three cupfuls of flour, Joe tca poonfuls of baking powder. Ike in four layers. For tilling, ta\o Ie pound of figs (chopped very fine), lupfti! and a half of water, and half a Ipftil of sugar and cook till soft and looth. It will keep a long time, if 1 and sides are iced.— Detroit Post. _ln winter when the ground is cov hl with snow and the soil is fmzen Jeplv. it is sometimes curious to note eiVcct of openings leading down to •cp umlerdrains. The snow will be tiled away by the warm air coming 1 from the unfrozen earth. Even in 1 uncovered diain three feet deep, •tic straw or loose earth will genei* lv protect the bottom from seveiv I'e/.inir. -One may feast well if not "royally" a lamb chop cooked until" quite lo'.vn, then laid on a hot plate. Add liiic meat-juice a little water and a Imp of butter, with pepper and salt liken with browned flour. When al 1ot iluno, add half a can of stewed las. When these are sufficiently Ittcd, pour with the gravy over the a:. With mashed potatoes, squash eurrant jelly, this makes a re leeiable dinner.—N. Y. Post. some* 0l,t and become !p| °ns afterwards? fee, Ii '\uest °n.„invo1v°s the proper culn fv P'g3 large. 1,11 ,he fnime ancl culai system are developed. The pio-s, in the case mentioned bv our eorres uy tocf nm-I'i ^i'0* WVIi CUllUS* unc'°ubtedly, plied with I faUeninS food before food before the iraniL was developed, and the small .. and the small pig simp fattened and finished like a tuie hog and when this is the case, tlie N,? 'i'r^ a:s, wo" killed, for it is too fiat to grow the bones and nius.'les proiitably. The simplest wav to cure this early fattening is to turn on thin grass, and let it wear off its fat, wnen you may grow its frame and mus cular system, preparatory to fattening, into a large carcass. But this will cost much more than it comes to, and the most profitable thing to do is to kill P'ps an^ make the most of them. llus leads us to point out the proper way to feed the pig lor its first 150 days. Lp to this age, and perhaps a month or two beyond, it should be simply devet oping its body into a condition for ri pening into a fat hog. As we have often said, pig raisers should avoid giving young pigs a spe cially fattening food. In the dairy there is plenty of skim-milk, which is well adapted to grow the young pig, as it is rich in phosphate of lime to grow the bones, and of cheesy, albuminoid mat ter to grow the muscles. A little corn may be given with the milk. Such pi«s never grow into little round dumps of fat, but grow into rangy shoats. Yet, probably, a majority of our readers have the pigs without the skim-milk, and we must name the food for pigs under such circumstances. One of the best foods for the young pig is a small quantity o! linseed-oil meal, a tablespoont'ul to the fifteen-pound pig, increased as tlio pig grows this, fed with oats and corn ground together, made into a slop, will cause rapid growth, but not premature fattening. Cotton-seed meal is some times used, but we can not recommend it for young pigs. It is not so easily digested, and it has not the same bene ficial laxative effect as linseed meal, which is found to be a promoter of health in the pig. This can be pro cured at any considerable town all over the country, and those who raise and feed large numbers of hogs can afford to send to the oil mills for it, and get it at wholesale rates. It can be bought at the mills at $20 to $25 per ton, and it is always wortn these prices as a food. It is so rich in muscle-forming matter as to be of great value to leecl with corn, which is so deficient in this quali ty. 1'eas are also an excellent pig food, rich in muscle-forming matter, and can usually be purchased at about the same price as linseed meal. Peas and corn, ground together, make an excellent lood, when cooked, for young pi^s. Millet ground with oats will grow younj pigs without fattening them. Another combination of food for young pigs is, 10 bushels of oats, 5 bushels of corn, and 1 bushel of flaxseed, ground line together. This small proportion of flaxseea will keep the digestive gms in the best condition. That makes a ration just laxative enough for health. We have seen a herd of pigs make a magnificent average growth upon this ration in winter. Bran and fine mid dlings are also often used for pigs. They are often used to mix with corn meal, and make a great improvement over feeding the meal alone, but pigs do not digest bran "'so' well as ruminat ing animals. We have fed bran to pigs with profit to make bulk in ihe ration, but, as a food, we do not consider it as good as the other foods we have named. In the summer small pigs will be given the benefit of grass in pasture, and, in that case, they are not likely to fatten much on any food. The grass and exercise change the ctl'eet of the other food materially. The feeder must watch the effect of food upon his pigs, and if it has too much of a fattening efi'eet, he must at once change the combination of food, remove the most fattening part of the ration, and substitute something les3 so. Why should not those who feed ani mals so carefully, study every element in their business as the master me chanic in his. He studies mechanical principles let the feeder as carefully study the effect of foods, and know pre cisely how to'apply them to produce the desired effects. Feeders have, hereto .'ore, paid so little attention to the different (]ualit:es of foods, that their principal concern was to see whether the animals eat the food with a relish. It was taken for granted that any food eaten readily by animals must be good for them, ancl feeders did not seem to think it neces sary to have more than one food at- a time. But the last few years have shown much progress in studying the relative value of foods, and the meth ods of combining them in the ration.— Live Stock Journal. Colic. The symptoms of colic, one of the most fatal diseases to a horse, are read ily detected. The horse invariably scrapes with his fore feet, kicks at tho s'omaeh and shifts about, turns around, smells the lloor, lies down, rolls, re maining for a time on his back and breathes heavily throughout. At a re cent meeting of tho l.ondon Farmers' Club, a relief and sure cure was pre sented by a gentleman who has been all his life among horses. When tha horse shows the symptoms of an aftaok of colic, apply at once a horse cloth or woolen rug, wrung out .of boiling water, to the stomach and to the sides and cover with another couple of cloths to retain the heat. As they cool renew the cloths as often as needful. A largo bran poul. ice. as hot as can be bom«, is equally effective and retains the heat longer.—Chicago Journal. —Martin Morgan reached New York December 1, leaving his wife in Eng land to arrange a few matters and join him. He wrote her several letters and getting no replies became alarmed, and a few days ago set sad for home. 1 he steamer that took Ivir. Morgan back to his native land passed tls steamer in New York harbor that ivas banging Mrs. Morgan to the land of his adop« tion —A7."/. TriJtutie. Junior Vice Commander. Mr. A. G. Alford, Junior, Viea Depart ment Commander of Md., G. A. R., Balti more, Md., writes: "I have kept St. Jacobs Oil by me and always found it a ready remedy for pains, aclies and bruises. When suffering terribly a few weeks since with an ulcerated tooth, I could not get any rest, and I applied it. 1 was instantly relieved, and my suffering: coased from that time." "OKANGE3 should nsver be oaton in com pany," says an authority. That is true, they should only be eaten in a bathtub. Congressional Endorsement. Hon. John Cessna, ex-Member of Con gress from Pennsylvania, writes: In the space of twelve hours my rheumatism was gono, having taken three doses Durang's Rheumatic Remedy. My brother was cured by a similar amount. I most cordially recommend it. Sold by all druggists. A WHEELING editor's library has been swept away by the flood, leaving only a volume of water. •The term hydra may bo used to repre sent any manifold evil. If you would bat tle successfully with this many-headed monster of disease yo.u will find ft expedi ent to keep Mrs. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound always at hand.—Dr. Banning. As WE journey through life let us live by the weigh.— All the Grocers. High Priced Butter. Dairymen often wonder how their mora favored competitors get such high prices for their butter the year round. It is by always having a uniform gilt edged article. To put tbe gilt edge" on, when the past ures do not do it, they use Wells, Richard son & Co.'s Improved Butter Color. Every butter maker can do the same. Sold every where and warranted as harmless as salt, and perfect in operation. I'M locked in slumber," murmurs the prison bird in his sleep.—Philadelphia Jiccord. Merited Praise. The universal praise bestowed upon Kid ney-Wort as an invaluable remedy for all disorders of the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, is well merited. Its virtues are universally known and its cures are re ported on all sides. Many obstinate cases have succumbed to it after they had been given up by tho doctors and a thorough treatment will never fail to cure. Sold by all druggists. See adv't. THE man who wouldn't wonder" must be the laziest man in the world.—JV. O. Picayune. Cream and Cold Weatber. What a luxury is a bath in summer. Surely, but a greater luxury is a clear head in winter just when almost everybody is sneezing and snuffling with a cold in tho head. But when you are attacked use Ely's Cream Balm. It cures colds in the head, and what is belter, it cures the worst cases of chronic catarrh and hay fever. Not a liquid, not a snuff. Pleasant to use. 0uick relief. Radical cure. ARTIFICIAL cork has been invented, and we shall scon hear of adulterated life:pre servers. Two MONTHS ago my attention was called to the case of a woman afflicted with a can cer on her shoulder at least 5 inches in cir cumference, angry, painful, and giving the Falient no rest day or night for 6 months. obtained a supply of Swift's Specific for her. She has taken 5 bottles, and the ulcor is entirely healed up, only a very small scab remaining,and her health is better than for 5 years past, seems to be perfectly cured. REV. JESSE H. CAMPBELL, Columbus, Ga. THE Burlington Hawkeye man says that "powder is like money. It's awfully hard to hold after it begins to go." WILLIAM J. COUGHLIN, of Somerville, Mass., says: In the fall of 1876 I was taken with BLEEDING OF LUNGS followed by a se vere cough. In 1877 I was admitted to the Hospital. The doctors said I had a hole in my lung as big as a half dollar. I gave up hope, but a friend told me of DR. WILLIAM HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS. I got a bottle, when, to my surprise, I commenced to feel better, and to-day I feel better than for three years past. WHEN a man's looks speak volumes, the best thing he can do is to sell them for old junk. UST"Fashion is Queen. Fast, brilliant ancl fashionable are the Diamond Dye colors. One package colors I to 4 lbs. of goods. 10c. for any color. Get at druggists. Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt. IT is reported that Tokar has been taken, but how the enemy Tokar is not stated. *A Messenger of Health. Sent free to sufferei'3 from nervous, chronic and blood diseases, brain and heart affections, nervous debility.etc. It tells oi wonderful cures effected by Dr.Scott's Coca, Beef and Iron, with Phosphorus. Sold by druggists $1. Dr. Scott, Kansas City, Mo. THE most appropriate pastry for a free lunch counter—sponge cake.—Philadel phia Call. THE virusof aK diseases arises from the blood Samaritan Nei-vinc cures all blood disorders. Halo's Honey of Xlorehoand and Tar Will rescue the baby from croup. Pike's toothache drops ure in one minute. THE MARKETS. Patent NEW YORK, March 3. $5 25 6 50 ti 75 3 80 5 75 1 08 1 05 62 LIVE STOCK—Cattle Sheep Hogs FLO OK—Good to Choice WHEAT—No. 2 Red No. 2. Spring CORN OATS—Western Mixed It YE PORK—Moss LARD—Steam CHKESE WOOL—Domestic GRAIN—Wheat, No.2 Spring. Coru, No. 2 Oats, No. 2 Rye, No. 2 Barley, No. 2 BROOM CORN— Red-Tipped Hurl Kine Green Inferior Philadelphias SHEEP—Rest Common 50 (ffl 7 25 7 00 0 50 & 6 no 1 li!4 & 1 07* 3 GUM 403£@ 44 72)4® 70 17 75 @18 00 9 70 9 76 1154® 13 32 45 CHICAGO. BEEVES—Extra Choice Good Medium Butchers' Stock: Inferior Cattle HOGS—Live—Good to Choice. SHEEP 11 ITE ft—Creamery Good to Choice Dairy EGGS—Fresh FLOUR-Wintcr Spring Patent «s 3171® POTATOES—Good to Choice.. PORK—Mess LARD—Stoam LUMUE It- Common Dressed siding.. Flooring Common Boards Fencing Laih Shingles @18 00 00 18 00 16 00 12 00 13 00 2 50 •i 90 3d 00 @18 00 @14 SO K9 3 60 EAST LIBERTY. CATTLE—Best Fair to Good HOGS—Yorkers BALTIMORE. CATTLE—Best Medium HOGS SHEEP—Poor to Choice OUR JNCESTORS' KERVE. The Secret of Their Unnanal Vigor Ex plained and How It Can Be Acquired. There was something about the sturdy Vigor of former generations that challenges the admiration of every man, woman and child. They were no epicures those aucient fathers. They lived sim ply, and successfully met and overcome difficulties that would have discouraged this age and generation. The rigors of tho frontier were supplemented by the savages wild beasts threatened their enterprise and poverty was a common companion. Yet they bravely encountered and resisted all those things and laid tho foundations of a land whoso blessings we now enjoy. Their constitutions were strong their health un surpassed and yet they were forced to ex pose themselves continually. There cer tainly must have been some good and ade quate^causo for all this and for,the physical superiority of that age over the present. to on on an with tho history of that time that certain home compounds of strengthening quali ties were used almost universally by those pioneers. Tho malarial evils and ex posures to which they were subjected necessitated this. When their bodies become chilled by cold or debilitated by the damp mists of a new couutry they were forced to counteract it by the use of antidotes. Medicines wero few in those days, and doctors almost unknowD. Hence the preparations above referred to. From among the number, all of which wero compounded upon the same general prin ciple, one was found to be more efficient, and nence far more popular than all the rest. It was well known through the Mid dle and Western States, and was acknowl edged as the best preparation for mala rial disorders and general debility then known. The recipe for compounding this valuable article was handed down from one family and generation to another, was known to the Harrison family and is used as tho basis and general formula. for the present Tippecanoe," the name be ing suggested by the battle in which Gen eral Harrison was engaged. The manu facturers have thoroughly investigated this subject in its minutest details, and are certain that for mal-assimilation of food, dyspepsia, tired feelings, general de bility, prostrations, malarial disorders and humors in the blood, nothing can ex ceed in value Tippecanoe," which was the medicine of our forefathers and seems destined to be the most popular prepara tion of the day. Tippecanoe" is prepared and given to the public by Messrs. H. H. Warner & Co., of Rochester, N. Y., proprietors of the fa mous Warner's Safe Cure, which is now th&most extensively used of any American medicine. The well known standing of this house is a sufficient guarantee of the purity and power of this preparation which seeks to banish one of the greatest banes of the nineteenth century—mal-assimilation of food. Any one who experiences trouble of digestion who feels less vigor than for merly whose system has unquestionably run down" and who realizes the necessi ty of some strengthening tonic can not af ford to permit such symptoms to continue. If the farmer finds that his threshing ma chine does not separate the grain from the straw ho realizes that something is wrong and tries to repair the machine. When the food does not sustain the life when it fails to make blood when it causes the energy to depart and ambition to die, it is a cer tain sign that something is wrong and that the human machine needs repairing. Ib is not a question of choice it is a matter of duty. You must attend to your health or your sickness and nothing will sooner over come those evils than Tippecanoe," the medicine of the past, a safe guard for the present and a guarantee of health for the future. NOTHING is gained by finding a .man out. That is if you want to collect a bill. FOB THROAT DISEASES AND COUGHS, BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES, like all really good things, are frequently imitated. The geuuine are sold only boxes. A RATHER free-spoken young lady up town is called electricity because she shocks so many people. DR. J. A. PATMORE, of Riley, Ind., truly re marks: "Samaritan Nervine cures epilepsy." FOR a cold in the head, there is nothing so good as Piso's Remedy for Catarrh. Iv afflicted with Sore Eyes, use Dr. Isaao Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it. 25c. HAYFEVER & 3 !i0 7 00 60 0 00 6 75 fS @6 4,) & 00 6 87H 5 25 9 .5 tf 50 THE GREAT GERMAN REMEDY For Pain! Relieves and cures RHEUMATISM, Neuralgia, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, BACKACHE, Headache, Toothache, SORE THROAT, QUINSY,, SWELLINGS, SrKAIXS, (1) Soreness, Cuts,rBruises, FROSTBITES, BURNS, SCALDS, And all other bodily acbcs and pains. FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE. Bold by all Druggists and Dealers. DirccUonB in 11 languages. The Charles A. Yogeler Co. (Buteeuon t* A. VOQ£t£R A CO.) Baltimore, lid.. U.S. A. Tho want of wf 7 30 7 00 5 50 a so 7 25 (& 00 (ft 6 00 (& & 50 & 6 a re liable diuretic which* while acting as a aumulant of the kid neys, neither czcltes nor Irritates them, was long since sup plied by Hostctter's Stomach Bitters. This fine medicine exerts the requisite degree of stimulation upon these organs, without producing irrltatiou, and is, therefore, far better adapted for tha purpose* than on medicated excitants often resorted to. Dyspepsia, fever and ague, and klndr*4 disease?, are all etired by it. For sale by all Druggists and Dealer# generally. J. B. ROOT & CO.'S Illustr'd Garden Manual of VEGETABLE and FLOWER SEEDS- reaay for all appli cants. Market Gardeners EEDS a Specialty. Write for Wholesale Price-List, 63TSENT FHER ROCKFORD. ILLINOIS. CATARRH Two Army Officers. Messrs. Johnston. Hol lo way & Co. wholesale druggists of Philadel phia, Pa., report that some time ago a gentle* man handed them a dol lar with a request to send a good eatarrh cure to two artny*oiB cors in Arizona. Both the olticersand the wife of a U. 8. A. Gen. were cured of catarrh by the two bottles. Cream Balm I causes no pain. Gives I relief at once. Cleanses the head. Causes Ibealthy secretions. I Abates inilammatlon. A thorough treatment will cure. Not a liquid or snuff. Applied with the Send for circular. Sold by druggists. Mailed tar 50 cents. ELY BROTHERS, Druggists, Owego, K. T. C^ STTWER OXAUS. *H AM A .V A E A BITTERS iTsremi BLQSS pu&m Liver and Kidney Bemedy, 1 Compounded from the well known Curatives Hops, Malt, Buchu, Man drake, Dandelion, Sarsaparilla, Cas* cara Saerada, etc., combined with an agreeable Aromatic Elixir. I THEY CUBE DYSPEPSIA & IMGESTM,| Take none but Bopa and Malt Bitters. FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS Hops and Malt Bitters Co. 1 DETROIT, MICH. POTASH Iodide ot Potassium is one of the strongest of the minerals used In medicine, and has produced much suffering In the world. Taken for along time and In large dotes, it dries up the gastric Juices, impairs di gestion, the stomach refuses food, and the patient de clines In health and weight. Persons with Blood or Skin Diseases should be careful how they take these mineral poisons, as In most Instances the effect of them is to almost permanently Impair tho constitution. Swift's Spoclflc Is entirely a vegetable preparation, and it Is easy to convince you of Its merit. I have cared permanently Blood Taint In the third generation by the use of Swift's Specific, after I had most signally failed with Mercury and Potash. P. A. TOOMER, Our treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free to applicants. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 8, Atlanta, Ga. New Tork Office, 159 West 23d St., bet. Gth and Tth Ars. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND IS A POSITIVE CURE FOE All those painful Complaints and Weaknesses so common1'1 0 be FEMALK POPULATION.* Prlee$l la llqnld, plller Its purpose is solely for the legitimate healing of disease and the relief of pain, and that it does all it claims to dot thousands of ladies can gladly testify. It will cure entirely all Ovarian troubles, Inflamma tion and Ulceration, Foiling and Displacements, and consequent Spinal weakness, and is particularly adapt to ha if It removes Faintness.Flatulency, destroysall craving for stimulants, and relieves Weakness of tho Stomach. It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration, General Dabilitv, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi pe.stion. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, and backache, is always permanently cured by its use. Send staran to Lvnn, Mass., for pamphlet. Letters of Inquiry confidentially answered. For sale at druggists, SHARP PAINS Crick^SprainSjWrenclies, Rheu matism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Pleurisy Pains, Stitch In tho Side, Backache, Swollen Joints, Heart Disease, Sore -Muscles, Pain In the Chest, and all pains and aches either local or deep^eated are instantly relieved and speedily cured by the well-known Hep Plaster. Compounded, as it is, of the medicinal virtues of fresh Bops, Gums, Balsams and Extracts, it is indeed the best paiu-killing, stimulating, soothing and strengthening Porous Plaster ever made. Hop Plasters are sold by all druggists and country stores, 25 cents or live for $1.00. Hailed on receipt of SJ w* price. Hop Plaster Co., Proprietors and llanu- ^3 A ^2 facturers, Boston,Mass. I &• r% fl IM O^Coated tonguo, bad breath, sour stomach and liver disease eured by Hawley's Stomach and LiTer Pills, 25cta. Walnut Leaf Hair Restorer. It- fs entirely different from all others. It fs as clear s« water, and as its name indicates is a perfect Vegeta ble llair Restorer. It will Immediately free thenead from all dandraff, restore gray hair to its natural color, and produce anew growth where it has fallen off. It do?8 uot In any manner affect the health, which sul phur, sugar of lend and nitrate of silver preparations nave done. It will change light or faded hair In a few days to a beautiful _gl6ssy brown. Ask your dru for it. Etujb bottle is warranted. VAKSCUAACK, VKNSON & Co., PAJTSIES, •which haye created sneh a sensation and are th» "Oral oiid cr of tlie times, are offered now for thA flrat-. im« irinmAn _» *_ Un\.e8 »are offered now for the first time. Flowers of enormous size with colors and mark* QU.Elj.ST jPAJVSY bears a great profusion of very lartre snow-white flowers whlMi a™ tmiv magnificent, especially^ foi ccmctery planflng. Seeds 15_cts. per paper. New PKOlTlFIC PAMSX ."-8.iin.ciu, c|rew«uy lur ceiuewry- Planting, oceus 15 cts. ner tinner New 1 forms large plants which area perfect mass of large showy flowers tlie whole season All Colors mirp.T~h7im S'j'SKyf1 variegated, etc., 20 cents per p.-ipor. Tlicy are BD^nilid Our ncV rirA\T H1GNOA JEhrTE produces spikes of flowers 15 inches iong, o/snowy "whiteness and exquisite fragrance. ?r,th0 sarden, blooming very early, and suro to sracceea anywhere (see catalogue). Seed 20cts. perpaner. QVEE.V Mtuxtix. B°Men variety, 10c. per paper. SUMMER BLOOMI^ OXAtlS. Notmnff is so pretty for tho edging of flower beds oeautiful Oxf**" as this oeauti Jxaiisj for ttrs during the, whole season great masses of pretty foHage and also splendid for pots. Bulbs bloom within SO flays afterjiluntcd. 25 bnlbs for 15 cts., M0 for only *0 ts. They are so cheap and pretty we hope all will plant tliein. 12 large floweri-' bulbs of double PEARL TCBEKOSF. 85cts. 5 lino hardy I.II.KES. including Aura turn 75 cts. 12 choice mixed 6LAIHOI.VS, 60cts. 1 beautiful TEA-KOSliS, white, red. yellow, and pink, 50 eta. See our large, beautiful ?. £U9' ft"ee to all, for other special offers. Any of the above articles will be sent by maiLpost paid, and guaranteed to arrive in good condition. uuu Buur*mceu to arrive in good condition. TEA. BOSK. are exactly as represented, and will more than please those who plant them. Many Years ot liberal an«f honest deahngsWe secured to us our great busInessCejaendlnS to allMparts li the world. SEEDS, BULBS AND PLANTS °,urlaJ«c'b(!a,ult'l«1ly»lnslniUdcatalosuo sent free to all who ap ply. Now and beautiful Lilies, Amaryllis, Gladiolus, Tuberoses. Carnations, Roses, Flower and Vegetable Seeds. Preserve this advt. as it will not appear azain, ani remember that our goods have an established reputation and are warranted true. Order at once ask for our Catalogue. Address, J. LEWSS CHILDS, Queens, Long Island, N. Y. N. B.—Remittances can be made in Postage StamDfl.flr^p.nhnrkfl. nmfta P_ Vonavo^«iaA«iAc4.i T"7. TiJ: iv* Vw wmisive a paper oi eiuiftrme aoove Mignonette or Pansy, (except Imperial German.) Wo WIU&ILO send on tr^&l &0 seeds eacn of 10 Act npon tki Liter and Kidneys, KEOXTLATE" THE" BOWELS, I I They cure Rheumatism, and all Uri nary troubles. They Invigorate, nourish, strengthen and quiet the Nervous System. /inTonlo they have no Equal. 7 different colors of Pansies for only 50c. gJJtlARfr^Jl A SPECIFIC FO* ^•96 ABILENE. KAKS a a lew druggist 3K,STB N,N.Y, Chicago. 111.. & C. N- CHITTKNTON, XX.-NOTICE.-XX. As BLUE FUNNEL Garments Or Inferior Quality of Good. are sold as iho "genuine Middlesex," whicli are not made by I bat mill. The Mtddlfsex Company. In OBJIT to protect their customers and tlie thnr. hereafter all Clothing made from THOHDDLE SEX STANDARD INDIGO BLUJ. FLANNELS AND YACHT CLOTHS, sold by *}l leadtoe clothiers, must bear the *SILK HANGERS," furnished by the Selling Agents to all parties ordering the goods. WENDELL, FAY & CO., SELLING AGENTS. MIDD' EBEXCOMPANT. se aud 80 Worth Sr.. New York: ST Franklin St., Boston Chestnut St.. Philadelphia. SEED CORN! It will pay every fanner to send for our Weed Cate loffue, tree Is all. It contains SO varieties best field seed corn and potatoe*. choice garden ani held •etd of all kinds. Address TBI Oft. M. HAYXUI dfc CO,, Cfneiaaa»U» 0* Epilepsy, Spasms, Convul sions, Falling Sickness, CftHE GREfttf) N E E St.^Vitus Dance, Alcohol ism, Opium Eat ing- -A Scrofula, Kings Evil, Ugly Blood. Diseases, Dyspep sia, Nervousness,, Sick Headache,. rheumatism,' Nervous Weakness, Brain Worry, Blood Sores, Biliousness, Costiveness, Nervous Prostration, Kidney Troubles and Irregularities. $1.50. Sample Testimonial*. "Samaritan Nervine is doing wonders." Dr. J. O. McLemoin, Alexander City, Alai. "I feol it my duty to recommend it." Dr. D. F. Laughlin, Clyde, Kansas. "It cured where physicians failed." Rev. J. A. Edie, Beaver, Pa, As-Correspondence trceiy answered THE BE. S. A. RICHMOND MED. CO., ST. JOSE&Ik Sold by All Druggists. L0&S. 8T0UTENBTOG ft CO., Agents, Chicago, UL CONSUMPTION. I have a positive remedy for the above disease byitv* use thousands of cases of tho worst kind and ot long standing have been cured. Indeed, so strong is my faith in its efficacy,that I will send TWO BOTTLES FREE, to gether with a VALUABLE TREATISE on this disease, to* any sufferer. Give Express and P. O. address, DR,T*A* SLOCUM, 181 PearlSt. New York, Patent Adjustable SUGAR GANE MILLS, JONES OF M. D., Perry, Ga. Evaporators, &c. For Circular* and Prlle* l( address MADISON MANF'G CO. MADISON, "WIS. IL8.81AMMDi.f 5 TON WAGON SCALES, Irea Levers, Steel Beerlagx, BrM* Tare Beam and Beam Box* and JONES he pays thefreigbt—for free Price Lilt mention this paper and •OUrctt JONES OF BIMHAMTOII, Biachamtea, XV. Ya Easy to use. A certain cure. Not expensive. Thres raontns' treatment in one package. Good for Cold' iu the Head, Headache. Dizziness, Hay Fever, fcc. Fifty cents. By all Druggists, or by mail. E. T. HAZELTINE. Warren, Pa. A Send Stamp for poultry $760, liow to make pou MJV an Incubator cos build cheap pou Send Stamp for my circular, "How I mamee poultry $760. $1,300, SI,500 a year, liow to make poultry profitable. How to make jegg than TT Cure Cholera Alt agemcnt, ctc., etc. try yard. houses. Prej Hens Lay Ge .OOO things f« book. C. G. an incubator costing less than $5, How to build^cheap pouUry^ ho uses. Preserve eggs. Cure Cholera General Man for the poul- Make Hens agement,ctc.,etc. l.OOO tiy yard. A A SEED Pleas* meatioa this paper. new book. C. G. BESS.EY, Hock fowls and ABILENE. KANSAS Breeder of Plymouth. Bock fowls and Poland-China swine. PATENTS Procured or no charge, also Trade Marks, Labels, etc Large UlubtmUd look of paUnt lav FREE. Long ex perience. Highest references. W. T. FITZGERALD* Utoraey at Law, 1000 Street, Wash \ngtor)|DaOa Just issued. Scijtfree to ail Interested In Im* proved Threihing Machine*, Horse Powers, Saw* Mills and RUSSELL & CO.'S ANNUAL. fbr Farm and Plantation Euglnei uae. Address *aiMthi*i»ier RUSSELL A CO., Massll!on«Oe "THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST." SAW ClinillEC THRESHERS- MILLS, HHULNKOHOUEPOWAS iForallseetionsand purposes^) Write for Fro® Pamphlet and Prices to The Aultman & Taylor Co., Mansfield, Ohio* "ST. BERNARD VEGETABLE PILLS." The Beat Care for I«lver and Uilloua complaints, Costlveneis,. Headacbe and Dyspepsia. Price, 85c*. at Druggists or bynmsl. Sample* flree* Pill Halters, 83 Mercer St, New York. I grow them myself and test them before selling, They are fresh and reliable, don'tbuyany seeds from second hand dealers* ^iit^iormyRpl^ndM 11,11 *trate1 Almanac Catalogue. PilEK. H. W. BCCKBEE. Hox 1863, RockfordTIlU Lady Agents^fSK^: .Cltyftuap«MtlerCo.,Ciiu:iimati.Q CHICAGO SCALE CO.. 151 South Jefferson Street, Chicago, Itt. •-Ton Wagon Scale, $40t 4-Ton 8601 "Little Deiecitve," $3. Send for Price IJIBI Northern Grown* all tested rcll- ftble. fresh, cheap. New wheat for I1U» nolB, Iowa and the Wufit. Ca al Free, J. SALZHB, Box 3, LaCrosse* Wis. QUILTS and Patch Work. ^.4i^argeFieeeaof SdK. A.l differ-" ent colors. Bjud SO centu 10 J. T.. CRAZY! MOTHER'S PJWELL&CO., HO Washington St.. Chicago, ill.. CROUP CURE W Is Salvation for Children. SOcat dnifglstaor HUHANE MEDICINE CO., Koofcford, I1L II A III W&i< c.oj.anywliere.Whole* MHIKsatedc Retail. Price-list/red Goodsguaran* rlfil IIteed. B.C.STUEHL, 157 Wabaali av.,Otilcago.. FDR I iniR IKF —The grandest article. Send* run LAUILO UOCijuamp for illustrated circular Dr. JX* O.FAKBi Essex Street, Boston, Mass. LEARN TELEGRAPHYWiffiSSSS: Yulcd. American School of 'l\legni]hy, Madison, Wis. $250 A. MONTH. Agents "Wanted. 0O best Blllngartijlialnth' world 1 .mpl vFRKK. Address JAY BKONSON, DITBOIT, Mica, A. N. K.-A 968 IFHBJT mtTtSO TO ADFUBi'/MJlM, pleame say you saw (Ac AUveriiscmcnL thim paper. :i 1"