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SUNFLOWERS. —We have lately met
with a paragraph in several of our ex
changes, recommending the planting of
a sunflower seed in the miduie of each
lit 11 of pole beans, so Uiat the stalk ol
ine sunilower, gi owing faster than the
beans and always keeping a little
ahead, would serve instead of a pole,
saving to the grower considerable labor
and expense. How this would work iu
practice we can not say/but we do know
i hat for many uses the sunilower is a
\ al uable plane to raise* It grows very
rapidly arid tfheii rnTfekiy planted
around sink drains, privies, ami other
unsightly and otferislve places, it not
only serves as a screen, hut it also is
saiu to have the property of absorbing
malarious exhaiatiop* and- purity iug
ihe atmosphere. '1 seeds arc much
relished by poultry it not fed too
liberall v, aie very >\Uolesoine. A cor
respondent recommends the seeds as a
cure lor the heaves in horses, and says :
A gentleman told me that there is noth
ing equal to sunflower-seeds for that
purpose, tie had one bushel of the
seeds ground with two bushels of oats,
and gave a horse two quarts of the
mixed wet in water three times
a day. lie. too* the tiuie when the
horse waft not uied to hard work. In
two weeks not a*%ign of the heaves
could be observed, and the horse looked
as sleek and bright as If his liair had
been oiled, lie had enfed two horses
ot Ills own of this distressing complaint,
and recommended it to others who had
experienced a like result. In cases of
horse-distemper and coughs,-it is an
excellent remedy. * ,
PERMITTING YOUNG FRUIT TREKS TO
HEAR EARLY.— It very frequently hap
pens that young peat and other lruit
irees blossom and, if'permitted to do
so, bear fruit the samfe season that they
are planted. We have bad the blos
soms and fruit ot suoh trees pointed
out to us as evidence that the trees
were thriving particularly well. Such
evidence, however, is indicative rather
of weakness. 'J here is nothing more
harmiul to young trees than to permit
them to heal' fruit the year ol trans
plantation. Even for dwarf pears, the.
third year is soon enough for lliem to
bear, and the sixth year Is soon enough
lor the generality of standards. Our
readers will find that If they suffer
young trees to mature fruit the first or
second year, their vigor will, in most
cases, be impaired forever alter, and
having borne at this early age, they
will not, as a rule, hear again in five
or six years afterward. Tim tempta
tion to inexperienced fruit-growers to
see their young trees in fruit as soon
us may he, is considerable. It is he
cause we yielded to such temptations,
that v;e are now able ro guard our
readers against falling into the same
error. Fruit-bearing is an exhausting
process, and only trees that have ar
rived at a certain age or maturity can
exercise the lunction without endan
gering their health and strength.
JUKI' THE COWS CLEAN.— To keep
milk clean while in the act of drawing
it, the cow must be clean, her bag and
Teats washed and wiped before coin
meucing to milk her, audi lie mil kmaiFs
.hands be then washed. After strain
ing and setting see that no foul air Can
coine from any quarter to laiutthe-ruilk,
and for this we must be particularly
rareful, lor-such is often borue on a
strong brCeze fully a mile off or more
from lhe place where If originated. It
is, of course, presupposed that all ves- j
sels used lor holding the milk are kept
rlean and entirely clear ot every sort
of oders. We have often seen the dairy
house placed close to the cattle yard, i
l*>nltry house, and, what is toulest ol !
all, a diity pig pen. No wonder where
i his is the case so much butter and
cheese are sent to market not tit to be
GRAPES. —In gathering choice dus
ters use the scissors which hold the
bunch alter it is cut, thus avoiding the
touchiffg of the berries, which remove
bloom and injures their appearance.
Those to be packed in boxes should be
placed in trays and keep in a cool place
lor a few days, UDtil the skin toughens,
when they are to be placed with great
care, using three or five -pound boxes.
Fack DV removing the bottom of the
PONDING WATER, —The practice of
ponding water for stock is to be con
demned. From its stagnant condition
it necessarily become impure, especially
during the hot season, and when drank
is a serious injury to the health of the
stock. It Is one of the causes of bad
odor in milk and not unfrequently the
cause of malarial ana typhoid diseases
in a farmer's lamily. Provide fresh,
living water for all stock if you would
keep them healthy and thrifty.
THE FIELD ROLLER.— One of the
most useful implements that ean be
used upon the farm is the field roller.
It crushes ; the clods, levels and
smoothes the ground, and presses the
earth the seed; causing
it to sprout and grow much earher. In
very dry weather a good rolling of the
ground will often cause seeds to grow
which otherwise would not hayc germ
Popular Ideas of the Crou-?.
In the west of England there is a
tradition that the cross was formed of
the mistletoe, which before that event
used to be a fine forest tree, but lias
since been doomed to lead a parasitical
existence. Gypsies believe that it was
made of the ash tree. The nails used
at the cruoifiction, said to have been
found by Helena, are reported to have
worked many miracles. One of them
was thrown by her into the Adriatic
during a storm, and produced a per
fect calm. Another place in the erown
or helm of Constantine was found in a
mutilate state in the Church of Santa
t'roce. • The third is said to be in the
possession of the Duemo of Milan,
while that of Treves claims the fourth.
In the time of Charlemagne a new
relic was discovered in the shape of a
sponge soaked in the blood of Christ.
J n Cheshire the A rum maculatwn is
called "Uethsemaue" because it i 3 said
to have been growing at the foot ot the
cross, and to have received some drops
of blood on its petals. The dirpe of
Mamre died at the crucifixion!
"Christ's thorn" is a very common
plant in Palestine. In Scotland it was
formerly believed that the dwarf birch
is stunted in growth because the rods
with which Christ was scourged were
made from it. These are the popular
ideas of the material ot the cross, some
of which will, perhaps, never be en
tirely obliterated until the last great
day, when "all things shall be made
I CK. —What was done before icectme
into use? lu oriental countries the
devices were few and simple. A low
temperature was attained by the evap
oration ol water through porous J irs.
the bottlbs or other articles to be cooled
being placed inside. The waters* of
deep well* were early sought f° r and
are to-day as mdeh In demand as they
were in the time of Chi Ut. Aside from
those there is but little comfort in
tropical qlimatci, Where ice is yet un
known, told the pious Mussulman re
signs himself to late with much there
philosophy than a Christian shows
under the same circumstances. llere,
even at the present day, in many parts
ol the country the customs of the fore
fathers are followed. Articles to be
preserved are suspended h lit way
down the wells, or cellars are dug deep
enough, with the aid ot thick stone
walls, to defy the heat. When a moun
tain stream can be diverted to sapply
the house and * dairy, ioe can be dis
pensed with, but at the preseut time
the large cities would be almost as
pauio-atrfokeu and deserted should ice
disappear as they would with a failure
of water, it is the glory of summer:
it is January pitted against July, an
equilibrium establshed by the genius,
laoor and foresight of man.
QUAKER OMELET.—A Quaker omelet
is a handsome and sure dish when care
is taken in the preparation. Three
eggs, half a cup ol milk, one and a half
tablespoonful of corn starch; one
tahlespoonful of butter ; put the omelet
pan and a cover that will tit close on to
heat; boat the yolks of the eggs tips
corn starch and the salt very .well to
gether; beat the whites to a stiff froth,
add to the well beaten yolks and corn
starch; stir all together very thorough
ly, then add the milk: now put the
butter in.the hot pan, and when melted
potir mtxture; cover and place
on the stove wljere it will br JWII but not
burn; cook seven minutes; fold,
on a hot dish, and serve with the cream
sauce poured around it. If the yolks
and corn starch are thoroughly beaten,
and when the stiff whites are added
they are well mixed, and the pan and
cover are very hot, there cau be no
PINEAPTLE ICE CREAM. —L'ress the
juice fro in a line ripe pineapple; add
that of a lemon, with syrup or pouuded
sugar to give the required sweetness;
mix "with an equal quantity of rieli
cream and strain into the freezing pot.
Or, make a custard as follows: 801 l
a pint of milk, pour it while boiling on
the yolks of six eggs; stir rapidly over
the tire until it thickens, taking care
not to curdle it. Wuli a little experi
ence a perfect custard may be thicken
ed iu this way in less than seven min
utes, a much longer time being required
if the milk is not boiled. When cold
add pineapple pulp, made as follows:
Buil a pound of pineapple, sliced and
peeled, in a gill of water for ten min
utes : pound the fruit and rub it through
a sieve, and add syrup or sugar to
taste. When cold mix with the cus
rard and strain into the freezing pot.
I.emon juice can be added if necessary.
DANGEROUS LIQUIDS. Ammonia,
especially the stronger kjaxki is danger
ous, a few drop? being enough to in
jure a person. When used lot clcausing
purposexit should be bundled with
great care, 1 hat the gas. w bicii Is given
oil'freely in a warm room, be not
breathed in large quantities, and do in
jury to the delicate lining of tlie nose
and mouth. Benzine, is a liquid, in
the handling of which much caution
should be exercised, it is very volatile,
and its vapor, as well as the liquid
itself, inflammable. When employed
for removing grease, or other stains,
lronj clothing, gloves, etc., it should
never be used at night, nor at any
other time near a tire. Ether is an
other dangerous liquid, and in other
tlpm the physician's hands it had best
not he employed in the household.
Alcohol must also be used with great
care, especially at night.
NUTRITION IN CHEESE.— Cheeeeof a
good quality is richer in nutritive ele
ments than any other known article of
food. It is not itself very easy of diges
tion, although in moderate quantities
it is known to help the digestion of
other food. It contains in one pound
of only a moderately good specimen
2,060 grains of carbon and 315 grains of
nitrogen; if the free hydrogen be added
to the former then 3,283 grains of car
bon, but the large quantity of nitrogen
is the test of nutriment. A pound of
the best roast beet contains only 302
grains of nitrogen, and a pound of
boiled beef only 215 grains. In dried
bacon there are only seventy-nine
grains ot nitrogen to the pound.
ORANGE TART.— Grate the yellow of
one orange, squeeze out the juice, be
ing caret ill to avoid the seeds, the
jtiioe and yellow of half a lemon, fourth
of a pound of sugar, two ounces butter,
carefully melted, two eggs leaving out
the whites of one: beat well; stir all
together, line a tart-tin, or patty-pans
with tliiu paste, fill and bake 15 or 20
THE best meat requires the simplest
NEVER tub: or place on the same dish
meats of veritable* that are unlike in
An attempt is being made to substitute
paper for wood in Germany, iu the ma
nufacture of lead pencils. It is
steeped in an adhesive liquid, and'
rolled round the core of lead to the re
quired thickness. After drying, it is
colored, and resembles an ordinary
. S3OO Reward- Catarrh Cure.
Some people would rather be bum
bugged than to get "value received"
for their money. Ilonce it is that such
persons run after this and that pretend
ed cure for catarrh, forgetting that Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy is so positive
rn its cfieets, that its former proprietor
idyertised it.for years throughout the
United States under a positive guar
antee, offering SSOO ieward to an in
curable case and was never called upon
to pay this reward except in two cases.
This remedy has acquired such a fame
that a branch office has been established
in London, England, to supply the
foreign demand for it. Bold by drug
g sts at 50 cents.
UNABLE TO BREATHE THROUGH NOSE.
March 11th 1379.
Dr. R. V. FIERCE :
Dear Sir —Some time ago 1 bought a
Douche, some, of your Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy and Golden Medical
Discovery and commenced to use them.
The aches and pains as well as sore
throat and catarrh from which I have
been for so long a time a sufferer, have
mtirely left me with their use. J feel
like a now man as well as look like one.
For four years I was unable to breathe
through my nose. From the use of the
Catarrh Remedy I can do so now free
ly. Your medicines I know to be all
that they are represented. Long live
Dr. Pierce and the gentlemen connect
ed with him.
Gratefully yours, WATSON SMITH.
WIT AND HUMOR.
"WITH the ahniiiiT concurrence of
Decoration D ly," remarked Mrs,
Uoodington at breakfast this morning,
"my mind goes back to the times of the
ler&iHon. How well I remember my
flrsl visit to the tainted Held! How
pneumatic it all appwarcd, just like
some of the scenes predicted in "Thad
deus of Warsaw." The lines of snowy
canvas, the troops marching about with
their bayouets blistering In the sun
shine, and theotllcers rhlthg tugacious
ly hither and yon. It jnide Daniel all
worked up. 1 remember* how he
straightened up aud wished lie was
young enough to Join the ranks of his
country's defenses. Daniel had u very
compulsive nature." And the old
lady, as usual, entirely forgot Decora
tion Day and the soldlera in contem
plation of the dear departed. Her tea
cup was held nervelessly iu one baud,
and the bit of bread in the otlnfr re
mained un tasted. She did not notice,
even, that Tommy had torn a strip oil'
her brown-new apron for a military
Eleven years our daughter suffered
on a bed of misery under the care of
several ot the best (and some of the
worst) physicians, who gave her dis
ease various names but no relief, and
now she is restored to us in good health
by as simple a remedy as Hop Hitters,
that we had pootied at for two years,
before using it. We earnestly hope
and pray that no one else will let their
sick suffer as we did, on account ot pre
judice against so good a medicine as
Hop 11 liters. "—Telegram.
"l)o 1 think of you?" you ask, dear
est," wrote a husband to his wife.
"Do 1 think of you? Yes, 1 do;
especially when a button couies off or
I find a hole in my stocking." "I am
glad you think of me darling," she
wrote in reply; "I used to think a
great deal ol you when I wauted to go
to the concert or the theatre, or when
I felt like having a drive; but since I
found a gentleman friend who was
willing to take your place 1 have not
been, troubled so much." He Cbok the
next train home, nurstug a volcano ol
wrath in his bosom the wliolemstance.
It is needless to say that the conflict
was a short one; a man couldn't stay
angry long in the presence of her
sparkling evos and merry laughter.
But he felt tbr.t she had served him
right, and his luture letters will
doubtless show more appreciation of
AN Ohio man while taking a drink
of whisky swallowed a large blue-tail
fly, and at last accounts his recovery
was considered doubtful. Even blue
tail flies, it would appear, were created
for a wise purpose—though .it is not
certain whether it was the insect or
whisky that brought the taan to death's
door. It is probable that it he had not
mixed his blue-tail lly with whisky no
serious results would have followed.
WALKING matches all over the coun
try have been the real style; but the
"true agony" has been shown in those
Innumerable matches nightly walked
by anxious fathers carrying crying
babies. The Bull's Baby
Syrup: Price & cents a bottle.
THE lazy man is iuvicetf to go to the
bee and by studying the insect's habits
learn not to be lazy. The rule is u
good one, for if a man examines a l>ee
closely, he'll forget all about being
lazy and develop a tremendous capacity
"WILL you please pass the milk, Miss
Brown ?" asked a young man of a
fidgety maid at the suppsr table. "Do
you take me for a waiter sir? ' she an
swered. "Well," he added, "as no one
has taken you thus far, and you've
waited so very long, 1 should think
you were one."
Ho, YE BAI.DHEADS !—There is just
one way, and no more, by which you
may be cured—use CAKHOLINK, a deod
orized ex trae of pretroleum. It will
positively pro luce new hair; there Is
no substitute for this marvellous petro
leum hair re sewer.
WHEN a man fails to laugh at one of
the King of Burr.iah's jokes, he is
knocked down and travelled over and
strewed about. And it's a great bless
ing that the king's Jokes are always so
funny tha' nobMiy ever seem? able to
help laughing at them.
THE chap who grumbles so loudly
waen his wife asks him to put up the
clothes line, is generally the first one
to rush upou the stage and be half an
hour tying a female medium into the
'i RUE economy, is not buying the
lowest priced article. The best is
cheapest. So with Dobbins' Electric
soap, (made by Cragin & Co., Fhila.,)
it is best and cheapest and wo ask our
readers to test it for themselves.
A YOUNGSTER joyfully assured bis
mother, the other day, lhat he found
out where they made horses; ho had
seen a man finishing one—'he was just
nailing on his last loot."
"RALPH WALDO EMERSON keeps two
cows, and milks them himself. Some
of his brightest thoughts have come to
him while being kicked half-way across
A COUPLE of soldiers of the Salvation
Army approached a Phila<Vdphia
broker recently and asked : ' How is
it with you, ray friend?" "I am short
on Reading," replied the broker.
THE supply ot water was cut oft' in
Norristown for one day recently to al
low repairs about the water works,
and two-thirds of tho citizens did not
know it. S.rong drink is raging.
A REPORTER who attended a banquet
concluded his description with the
candid statement that "it is not dis
tinctly remembered by anybody pres-
I ent who made the last speech."
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BECAUSE strawberries are smill, it
does not follow that there are more of
them to the quart, for the quart ii fre
quently made smaller to match the
1 A GENTLEMAN finding bis wlnsky
punch a little to hot, blew it with his
breath to cool it. "Blowing your own
horn, I see," said his comrade.
THE well-whipped BOV suffers from
JI in well that an attempt is to be
made to prevent the use ot arsenic in
wall and other papers, for they breathe
death at every pore.
A OAKKLSS DIET, a change of wa'er or a cold
settling in the Bowels, very often bilngsouat
this season of the year, an obstinate Diarrhoea,
or some serious affection of the Stomach or
bowels, imp riling the Ife of the patient. It
you would treat .-uch c mplalnts In a rational
way, try at once Dr. Jayne's Carm native Bal
sam, a simple but safe remedy in such attacks,
and equally effectual in all cases of Cramps,
Cholera Morbus, Dysentery and Summer Com
It may be observed that no attempt
la made to hunt up out-of-the- way or
unknown places to And endorsement.
Where will you And such another array
of namoii of Influential people; and if
space permitted, there would be aided
an overwhelming mass of evidence
from all parts of the country ol the
wonderful curative properties of Siui
inons' Liver Regular.
Hon. Alexander If. Stephens.
John W. Beck with, Bishop of Ga.
lien. John B. Gordon, U. S. Senator.
Hon. John Gill shorter, ex-Governor
Rev. David Wills, ft. D., President
Bishop Pierce, of Georgia.
Hon. James Jackson (Arm lioweil,
Cobb A James Jackson), Attorney ut
Law, Afaoon, G.a.
J no. B. Cobb.
K. L. Mott, Columbus, Ga.
'ike Indestructibility of Matter. —This
is capable of ready demonstration by
preparing u couple of glass tubes of
equal weight, each being tilled with
pure oxygen, and containing a few
particles of carbou, free from appreci
able amount of ash ; that prepard from
the tine loaf sugar gives very good re
sults. The tubes are of precisely equal
weight, and are hermetically sealed.
By heating one of them the charcoal Is
caused to burn, uud ultimately to disap
pear; the tube and oontents, however,
is of course found still to balance
the other tube (which has not
been heated), being of precisely the
the same weight as it was at flrst.
A Working mail says: "Debt, poverty
and suflering haunted mu for years
caused by a sick lauiily and large bills'
for doctoring, which did no good. J
was completely discouraged, until one
year ago, by the advice of my pastor, 1
procured Hop Bitters and commenced
their use, and in one mouth we were all
well, and none of us have been sick a
day since; and 1 want to say to all poor
men, you can keep your families well
a year with Hop Bitters for less than
one doctor's visit will cost ."-Chritda*
In a recent lecture on the |*>*sibiliry
of foretelling: earthquakes, Professor
Palmier ex pressed he belief that by
means of seismographlc stations, tele
graphically connected, for registering
and reporting prellinary earth trem
blings, it would be possible to foretell
earthquakes jus! as tempests are now
foretold, and to issue warnings to
threatened districts about three days
in advance. He did not expect to live
to see such asysteui in operation, hut lie
hoped and in a measure cxoected that
posterity Jwould be benlflte! by its
universal and permanent establish
THE merits of Dr. Hull's Baby Hyrup
are acknowledged by all who have
ever used it for the diseases of infancy.
Price only 25 cents a bottle.
In the workshop or the railroad from
Moscow to Nijnl, thetires of the wheels
are uot expauded by the direct action
of I!rt\ hut by hot. water, before being
put on the wheels. With the ass stance
of a movable ci ane they are plunged
into a metallic cistern containing the
water, which is kept boiling close by.
An immersion for some ten minutes is
found to expand a tire sutlidently lo
enable it to pass around the wheel.
The heat is found to be more uniform
and the codtrHction*rno e regular than
when a tire 1< luu'cd by tiie in the
Thrre is a talk of constructing a crys
tal palace in the park ot tat.Cloud near
Par s. The ruins of the old palace would
be removed, and on Its site would arise
a handsome struct ire surmounted by a
costly dome aud containing conservato
ries, gigantic aquarium, museums of
science and art, and a theater. Model
farms would also he established in the
immediate neighborhood, and there
would be a pigeon shooting and other
VKGETINE is acknowledged by all
wlasses of people to be the best and most
reliable blood purifier in the world.
Kricine, a new coloring matter re
cently discovered, has received its name
from " Erica vulgaris," the common
heath. It is prepared by heating with
an alum solution, the wood of either
the common loach or different kinds
of poplar. '1 he results is a yellow ex
tract, having qualities belonging to
those ordinary found in commerce but,
surpassing them in brightness.
Jig washing the trunks of your trees
in a preparation of an ounce of carbolic
acid to a pail of soap suds, you will be
able to keep away all animals and in
sects that destroy the bark.
A Chm uf Pile* or 30 V>*r' Standing.
BOSTON, MAMS.. August 6, 177.
MESSRS. P. NEUSTAEDTta A CO.,
Gentlemen: — Enclosed please find $1 00 foj
a box of Dr. 8. Kilsbee'S ' '.4 nalceri*. " I have
been troubled with the piles since 1849, and
have tried almost everything that 1 could find,
but without sucoess. 1 have just been using
yours, and have derived more benefit from i'
than any th it I have ever tried. Please for
ward me a box at once.
lours truly, A. LEDYAHD.
77 Traverse street, Boston,
.miplos o r "Anakesis" are sent free to all*
sufferers on application to I'. Neustaedter A
Co., Box 3916. New York.
Wliat ft Does.
Kidney-Wort moves the bowels regularly,
cleanses the blood, aud radically c ires kidney
disease, gravel, piles, bilious headache, and
pains which are <au*ed by disordered liver
and kidneys. Thousands have been cured—
why should jou not try it ?—GLOHE.
A Valuable Gift Free.
A book on the diseases and their
treatment sent free. Including treatises upon
Liver Complaints, Torpid Liver, Jaundioe,
Biliousness, Headache. Constipation, Dyspep
sia, Malaria, etc. Address Dr. Sanford. 162
Broadway, New York city, N. Y.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.
Will send their celebra ed Electro Volta*.
Bolt* to the afflicted upon 90 days'i triaL
Speedy cures guaranteed. They mean what
they aay. Write to then withont delay
Arc sold by alTllard ware and Harness Dealers. * There
la no one owning a horse or mule but what will find In
this line of goods, something of great value, and es
pecially adapted to their wants. COVERT M F'G CO.,
WKBT TROY, Y, Sole Manufacturers.
ji\ Pits, Spasms and Convulsions
\ Cured by the use of
WILLIAM B. FEMICrS EPILEPSY NEBYINE.
H*ii(l for f ro copy OF KPII.EPBY JOURNAL to WM. R.
2*22S#til I'k\ick, ilVUole**l l>i utf*i*t, Mo.
Send stamp for Catalogue.
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ABII 111 Murphlue Habit Cared In 10
Ilrllliln toßoday*. Sipa> tilM n.'ed.
wl IWf VI IJR. J brti'HKN'-. Lebanon, uhlo.
Purifies the Blood, Renovates and
Invigorates the whole System.
ITS MKDirINAL PROPtKTLM All
Alterative, Tonic, Solvent
Vegwtlne (■ mad* exclusively from the Juices
or carefully-seloi ted barks, roots and herbs, and
•o strongly concentrated that It will effectually
eradicate from the system avery tulut of ttero
fula, Nrrofuloiis Humor,Tumors,lTib
'r tnnreroii* Humor, Kifilpalaa,
Mull Itlieuui Nypli Utile Diseases, Can
ker, I'niiitnow mi Hie Shuuacb. and all
tiiaeasea that ailSefmtn Impure blood. Bel
allrw, lulltiiimalorjr and 4'laroaale Klien
iniillun. ai euro In la, Uoul and Mjalsaal
s <>ui|>toi itim, can ouly bo effectually cured
through me biiK) 1.
For Ulcers and Eruptive Diseases of the
BUI ii, Fuatalea, Flmplei, Blotcbea,
Hulls, 'letter, Mralukeacl and Hluc
worin, VKi.KTINK has nevsr failed to effect a
For Pains In the Bark, Kidney Complaints,
Dropsy. Female weakness. Leucorrho)*, arising
from Internal ulceration, and uterine diseases
andQcneia! Debility, VEGRTINK acts directly
upon the causes of these complaints. It luvlgo
idftes and atrengtL-ens tne whole system, i.et*
bpon the a cretive organs, ailiya lnnamtuaUoa
aurea ulceration and regu.ales me bowels.
For Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Habitual Costlveneas,
. alpltaUou of tne Heart, Headache. I'ilea, Nerv
ousness and General IToairu'iou of the Nervous
Pysietn no iuud clue nas ever given auch per.
feet Satisfaction as he VKuETINK. It puilflea
the blood, cleanses ail ot the organs, aud pus.
aesses a cout.olluig power over the nervous
The remarkable cures effected bv Veget'n*
have Induced many physl -lauH and apotheca
rles whom we know, to prescribe and use it In
their own families.
In fact, Vegetlne la the best remedy yet dis
covered for tne abowe diseases, and Is the only
reliable HLOOD PUHIFLBK yet placed before
11. It. NTEYKXN. Bonloh, llnss.
Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists.
That lets at the Same Time SB N
K The Liver, tie Bovels and tie lidwys. f
I Theae great organ* are the natural eleana- M
■ era of the ayateiu. If they work well, health PI
Be will be perfect; If they become clogged, MM
J dreadful diacaaea are sure to follow with IV
U TERRIBLE SUFFERING.
J Bllloaaneaa, Headache, pywpepefa, Jann- M
H dice, Coaatlpatioa and I'llca, er Kid- N
fl ney Complaints, Gravel, Diabetes,
II or Rheamatlc Pains and Aches, fl
M are developed because the blood la potaoned II
■■ with the liumora that should have beeu U
y expelled naturally.
1 wTII restore the healthy action andalltheae n
II destroying evlla will be banished ; neglect (V
la them and you will live but to suffer. IS
Thousands havebeon cured. Try Hand you la
y will add one t.iore to the number. Take It |M
■ and health willonce more gladden your heart. U
fl WfcyS-ewlwtwfHaetaemwelereaieahgtoai ■
I Wb>wi*S*i"fcwlkaill|allu isdrHwl fl
U Kidxxy-WostwW cure yon. Try a pack- II
■ age at onco and be satisfied.
It U a dry vegetable compound amd M
H One Packagemakeaalx qaarta of Medietas. M
fl Tour Druggiet hru , or Htt get tt for fl
II ymi. Jnst.it upon taring it. /Vice, tl-OU. fl
M WELLS, SI2LiS2SG3 A CO., Prspriitora, y
I IO (Win Mndpo.l pais.) BurtUrt©*, Vt. M
: p? * JB|BHSEjH|||
w STOMACH _ 0*
Serve an Injunction on Disease
By invigorating a feeb e constitution, renovat
ing a debilitated phys que. and enriching a thin
ana lnnutnlkjuj clrouutl >n with Hosteller's
Stoma ffi B tiers, the finest, the most higbiy
sanctioned, and the most p tpul ir tonic and
prereuttve IYex stence. For sJe by all Drug
gists .aid Dealers generally.
are a man^^^mlryoaajva^B
of busineM.weak - man of let
oned by the strain of tors toiling over niid
your duties avoid night work, to rr-
Ktlniulantsand use V tore hrain nerve and
Hop Bitter*. ■waste, UM> Hop B.
If you are young andflxufTerlmr from any In
diacix'tion or dM-upaHtion ; if you are mar
ried or xiugle, old or ■young, tmfT.'ring from
poorhealth or languiahKlng on a bed of aick
( neua, rely on Hop|Bltters.
Whoever you are, flpaa Thoumnda die an
whenever you feel™ 'lnnallyfrom miuf
tliat your xyatem fonn of Kidney
needs cleansing,ton- thr.t might
ing or Ktimulating 1 have been prevented
vmbout<n(oxien(fno, A by a tluiely use of
take Hop iSiA Hopßltters
nave you Ayr
prptiia. kidn n. |. C.
plaint, dlaDase 111 p an abeolute
of the ntomach, ■ linTl !?? d ir"*sl^a
botrela, blood. WHI I K bio cure for
/frerornertvaf ■ ' A*-U X drnnkeneaa,
You will be flt use of opium,
cured If you use B niTTrnfl tobacco, or
Hop Bitters fl U H-UV ,u.-a.
■'j •*'' • LIW Soldbydrog
bly we n k and ■ 1 .._,, Pn gists. Send for
low spirited, try I . NEVER "Trcular.
| rA I I
life. It has ■ lAIL ■F'o CO.,
3avOd hun- jB B*ehf,(rr, s. T.
dreds. I— * AT"'P**ntn,Oi,i,
KIDNEY DISEASES. "SBFKfS?"
■are quickly and sanely cured by the nee of XXDNTfY-WOHT. TtvU now and wondecftil remedy which ia
having such an ixnmenae sale in all parte of the oountry, worke on natural principles. I t reetoree strength
and tone to the dieeaeed organs, and through them oleanaea the aystem of aooumnlatod and poiaonous
humors. ntHwey yy ! been cured, also Ptlaa, Constipation, Rheumatism,
ho,, which have distressed the victimsfor years. We have volumes of testimony of its wonderful curative
power. No longer use Alcholio Bitters, whioh do more harm than good, or draetio pills, but use natures
remedy, KXDNET-WOBT, and health will be quickly regained. Get It Of your Druggist, Price, 1 1 .
(Will send post paid.) WELLS, KIOHAKDBON dt *OO., Preffs, Burlington, Vk
JDr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cnree all Hamers. frcr the worst Serefills to a
common Blotch, Pimple, or Eruption, Erysipelas, Ball-rbenra, Fever Sores, Scaly or
Rough Bkin, in short, all diseases caused by bad blood, are conquered by this powerful,
purifying, and invigorating medicine.
Especially has Tt manifested its potency In curing Tetter, Rose Rash, Bolls, (Mrbu*
eles, Sore Eyes, Scrofulous Sores and Swellings, While Swellings, Goitre or Thich
Keck, and Enlarged Blonds.
If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sallow eolor ef skin, or yellowish-brown spots
on face or body, frequent headache or dizziness, bad taste In mouth, internal heat or chills
alternated with hot flushes, irregular appetite, and tongue coated, you are suffering from
Torpid Liver, or " Biliousness." As s remedy for ail such cases Dr. Pierce's Goldes
Medical Discovery has no equal, as it effects perfect end radical cures.
In the cure of Bronchitis, Severe Coughs, Weak Lungs, and early Stages ef Com*
sumption, it has astonished the medical faculty, and eminent physicians pronounce It the
greatest medical discovery of the age. Sold by druggists.
No use of taking the large, repulsive, nauseous pills. These
o Pellets (Little Pills) are scarcely larger than mustard
TWUlYWtftflf* O C seeds.
Being entirely vegetable, no particular care t> requires
mjLr \0 A ® RvVv while using them. They operate without disturbance to the
•jusrimm UT(Lt\\V9 system, diet, or occupation. For Jaundice, Headache,
9 0% Q4 a Constipation, Impure Blood, Pain In the Shoulders,
s3 \\ V 3 V D Tightness of Chest, Dlssiaeas, lour Eructations fHM
Stomach. Bad Taste la Mouth, Bilious attacks. Pain la
utu ** tot utMn,fc region ef Kidneys, Internal Fever, Bloated feeling
. MS | stomach, Bash of Blood to Bond, taks Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets.
US 17 SridflMa VQKLPS DIIPKSSiBT IDIOI AJMXatriOL, FfeplS MhlL I I
KIDNEY AND LIVER MEDICINE
HUNT'S REMEDY has saved from linger
lug dim-use and death hundreds who have beeu
given up by physicians to die.
HUNT'S REMEDY cures tall Diaeasei
of tin- Kidneys, Bladder, Urinary Organs,
Dropsy, 41 ravel. Diabetes, aud Inconti
nence and Retention of Urine.
II UNT'S lIKM EDY enrourkgeesleep, creates
nn appetite, braces up the system, and renewed
health is the' result.
Ill'NT'S REMEDY cures Fain In the
Sltle, Ihick. or Loins, General Debility,
Female Diseases, Disturbed Bleep, Loss
of Appetite, Height's Disease, and all
4'uiiiplalnts of the Urino-Genitai Organs.
HINT* REMEDY quickly Induces the
Liver to liculthv action, removing the causes
that produce Billons Headache, Dyspepsia,
hour Stomach, Costiveness, Files, Ac.
By the Use of HUNT'S REMEDY the
Btoinneh mid Howels will speedily regain their
siri-ngth.and the Blood will be perfectly purified.
HUNT'S REMEDY is purely vegetable, and
nns-ts a want never before furnished to the pub
lic, and the utmost reliance may be placed In It.
HUNT'S REMEDY Is prepared express
ly for tlie alwvc diseases, aud has never
heen known to flail.
One trial will convince you. For Sale
bv all Druggists. Bond for f'nmphlet to
WM. K. i'IARKKi Frovldence, R. I.
* I'riees. 7 o cunts, and large *Jze).
i 0. DitSOll & CO- m- n Sole Agents for the
: Uuited HLates for the extern vtr Cstalogu • of
Novels Musical Publications.
Among them are more thin * t lion-ami Anthem* and
Choruses, Part-Hong ami Glee Books, Cantata-, Ora
torios Operas, Ac , Ac. Sbiid for Catalogue.
We call sp-cial attention to the valuable aeries of
Primors or E iay Instruction Books, of whicti very
p-pular ones are, TBK RUDIMENTS OF MUSK;,
,ftO rental, tiy Cuiumitigs. THE AR'l OF I'IANO-
FtfRTK PLAYING.(|I), l.y Pttier. THE ORGAN,
(♦D.b Dr. Stalner SINGI NO,( t) by Hand g
ger. MUSICAL FHRMS, ( FL) bv Pan r HA*
MONY, (I>. bv Dr. Stainer. INSTRUMENTA
TION, il),by Frout, and IHE VIOLIN,(fl), by
Rend for G-n. Osrflel-t's Grand March, (40 cD.I and
Hancock's Campaign March. <D cts.t Fine Music
aud elegant portraits of the Preside tial Caudijates.
Te icliers will not fall to examine, du'ing the sum
mer, the bosks t*ed d for their winter's wore. We
mention TIfK TEMPLE,(ft), ami THE VOICE OF
VVORSiIiP, (8 > I for Hinglne Schools and Choirs:
and for t"e latter. tJIR AMERICAN ANTHEM
BOOK, (fIJ6) and EMERSON S ANTHEM Hunk,
(ft 251 For High Schools. THE WELCOME CHO
KCS., fl); for Common Schoo a. SONG BELLS,
'MI rent a). ii<-arly ready; fer Sunday Schools. WHITE
ROBES,/.D ce ;t>: and fur T-mptrstic • work . TKM
PE R A NOK JEW EL> (A5 eta. t. ami TE M p t.R ANO E
LIGHT,( 2c lits; All are flrst'clasa booLt. Dotil
fail to exauone.
Oliver Dltson & Co., Boston.
J B. fIITSOK A 4Xj. 122S Chestnut Si.. Phlla.
MAKE HENS LAY.
Ax Englis i Veternary Sxrgenn and Chemist, now
trevellug in this country,sa>s that moat of the Boras
and Cattle Powders here are worthless trash. He
•are that .-heridau's Condition Powders are abso
lutely pure and immensely vnlttsi le. Nothing on
earth will make bens lay liko Sheridan's Condition
Powders. 1>"0, one teasnoon to on - pint Of food,
bold ovorywbere. or oeot by mall for eight letter
damps. 1 8 JOHNSON A CO.. Bangor, Mo.
Stnri!T3BtY Greai Catarrh Italy
Is the safest, most agreeable and eff-ctual remedy In
the wr>d for the cure of CATARRH. No matter
'rom what cause, or bow long standing, by giving
STURDIVANT'S CATARRH REMEDY
a fair aad Impartial trial, yon will be eonvineed of
this fact. This m-dlcins is very pteasairt andean
be taken by the moet delicate stomach. For aade by
all Druggists, and by HULLOV'AY A CO , <O2 Area
•treat, Philadelphia. 1
A Off NT* WANTED to B*ll the MEW BOOK,
TELW HOW TO
OslUtsM all the Farm Crops to the Beet Xaaneri
greed. Feed and Care (or Stock :Orow Fruit; lUags
Farm Bui.oeui Make Happy Homes, and
Haw ta Flake Iffeney on tlie Far an.
Every Farmer should have a COL y. 860 Pagan.
146 Illustrations. Send for clhcnlsrs te
i. 0. McCI'RDY B CO.. Fhilndelpbia. Pa.
PAPV T)AH RKCIIPK (wlthfnU
Vv/1 I J. ALf. directions to maks
ene equtl to those s >UI r-r 82 to 85. fotion-thlrd
themoney), and K -cripns for 90 kinds of Ink, ai;
tolori,, Sue nts.bv r 'turn mail. Address
U. BLEDSUE, P. M., Alvarado, Texas.
flijnnn reward rasr
■ Blind, Itching, or
I 1 I I Flltts that Delting'n Pila
|k I ■■■■■ Ufinedv fails to cure. Gives
■ ■ ■ ■ immediate relief, cures cases
■ r>' long standing in 1 week. I
■ and ordinary cases in 2 days.
U IIIU U CAUTION i
vrapper ha* print*<l <nil in Wvi a I'ile.of ft*om / and
IMr. S7p. MUfrrH etgnu/arr. M 1 a bottle. Sold
by all druggists. Sent by mail by J. P. MILLFR, M. D.,
ftoor.. S. W. cor Tenth and Arch Sts.. Pbi'ada .Fa.
for rial erna or wells of any depth.—
Plain Iron. Porrt am. or Cnpptr-Hntd. i
Br-nds. XC.il. NIX. DO. *i No L,
U. RK. K No. i. For sale by the
Hardware tri dr, t; um.y Mores, P mp makers, ete.
dee that the Pump you buy I- stenciled
9UB MARKET fltre-t. PHILADELPHIA. Fa.
Is the Old Reliable Concentrated Lye for FAMILY
SOAP MAKING. Directions accomxiany each can
for making Hard, Moll and Toilet koap quicxly
It is lull weight and strength.
ABK FOR HAPONIFIEII,
AND TAKE NO OTHER.
PENH'A HALT MAKI'F'B CO.. PHILAD'A
A 1 ■■ f A YEAR and expenses to agents
Xk Iff Outfit Free. Address
4J I ■ I P- O.VIt'KKHY. Augusta, Me.
Those answering an advertisement will
confer a favor upon the advertiser and the
pnbUsher by stating that they saw the adver
tisement In this! ournal (naming the paper
TOE GREAT RLOOD PURIFIER,
FJR THE TURK OR CHRONIC DUKASE,
SCROFULA OR SYPHILITIC, HKRBDI
TARY OR CONTAGIOUS,
He It Seated In The Lungi or Stomach, 8k In
or Hone*. Flesh or Narveis
CORRUPTING TBK SOl-'DS AND VITIATING
Ch-onlc Rheumatism. 8-rorals. Glandular
ftwelltftfr. Hartetßjr l>rr Cough, Ganueruun Afl**>
turns, Hvphlll'lc Coin pi *1 ts, Bleeding of the
J tings. L)yt)cp-tLa, Wale- Itraeh, Tic Doloreui,
White swellii.**. TBihorß. Uleetf Bxla aud Hip
Diseases, Mercurial DtleiSes, Female Coin
plaints, Gout. Drop y, Salt Rheum, B; onchil la,
consumption, . g
Liver Complaint* &c. •
Not only does the bursa parllttan lteaolvent
excel all remedial agents in the cure of Chrome.
HerofUlous, Constitutional and Bkla Diseases,
but It Is the only positive cure for
KIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
Urinary and Womb Dls ases, G-arelwDiabetes.
Dropsy, stoppern of Wa er, inaonUnence of
Urine Hrlgbt r s Die ae, Albuminuria, and In all
cases whore there are brick-dust deposits, 01
the water la thick, cloudy, mixed with sub
stances like the white of tfn egg, or threads ID a
white silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious
appearance and white bone-dust deposits, and
when there la a pricking, burning sanation
when passing water, aud pain In tne small of
the back and a ong the lorns. Bold by Drug
gists. PRICK ONE DOLLAR.
OVARIAN TUMOR OF TEN TEARS' GROWTH
GUKLD BY DR. RADWAY'S REMEDIES.
One bottle contains more of the active p-inol
bles of Medicines than any other Preparation,
'taken in Teaspoonful d >ses, while others re
quire Are or six time* as much.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF •
Cares the Worst Pal as la froui
Oae to Twenty Mlaatea,
Mot Oae Hear.
AFTER READING THH ADVERTISEMENT
NEED ANY ONESUFFBRWITU PAIN?
Radway's Ready Relief
IS A CUttE FOR KVKRY PAIN.
It was the flrst ah 1 la the ONLY Pain Remedy
that InstautlY stop- the most excruciating
pains, allays inflammation and cures Conges
tlous, whether of the lungs, sto nach. Bowels,
or other glands or o< gaos, by One appll aUon
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES,
no matter how violent or excruNanng tin pair
cue Rheumatic bed-rid en, inarm. C Ippled
! Nervous. Neuralgic, or prostrated with dUeast
Radway's Ready Keller will Af
ford luKtmut Kooe.
luflammAilon of tlie 14 Id neve lalnsi
mafton of ! Blsdder, IsS*walUs
of the Bowel*, onge ilon of the
l.nntrs. Sore Throat, DlfHeult Breath
log Palpitation of I lie Maart, Hyster
ic*, Croup, Diphtheria Catarrh, la
fluenaa, Headache. Toothache. Mew
> ralgla Khenmailem Cold Chll 'a. Agat
! Chills, Cbllblala* aud I'roal altos.
, . , • --
The application of the Ready Relief to the
part or parts where the psln or difficulty exists
i will afford ea e and < ornforu
Thirty to sixty dr p, in half a tumbler of
water will In a few momenta cure Crimp ,
spasms soar stomach. Heartburn, sick Head
ache, Diarrhoea. Dysentery, Colic, Wind In the
! Bowels, aud all internal Pa.us
Travelers should always carry a bort'e otßaJ
way% Heady Relief with them. A few drops in
water will prevent sickness or pains from
chanre of water. It is better than Preach
brandy or Bitters as a stimulant.
FEVER AND AGI/E.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for fifty cents
1 here Is not a remedial agent In this wor d that
will cure Fever and Agie and all other Ma:ar •
ous. Bilious, t-ca let, Typ old, Yel ow and o<h*r
! levers (aided by RAUVt AY'S PiLL-s) so quickly
as RADWAY'S READY RELIEF. Fifty cents
; per bo.Ue.
Radwav's Regulating Pills.
Perfect Purgatives, Soothing Aperients,
Act Without Pain, always (tellable
and Natural In their Operation.
A VEGETABLE BURSTITUTK K~R CALOMEL
! Perfectly tasteless, elegantly eoafd wl'h
sweet gum, purge, regulate, purify, c.eanse aud
RADWAY'S PILLS, for the cure of all Disorders
o the -~tomach, Liver, Bowels. Kidneys, Blad
der. Nervous Diseases. Headache, txmsttpa lon,
Costlvenesa, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Bit ous
ness Fever. Inflammation of the Bowels. Pll -s,
and all derangements of the Internal Viscera.
, Warranted to effect a perfect qure. Purely
; vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals or
iwooeerve the following symptoms resulting
i from Dls ases of ihe D gestlve organs: Const I
t patlon, Inw rd Piles, Fullness of the Blood In
Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea. Heart -
I burn, Disgust of Food, Fulinese or Weight la
the B to nach, Sour Eructations, Sinking CM- Flut
ter ng at tne Heart, Choking or Suffer.ng Sen
sations when in a lying posture. Dimness of
VI don. Dots or Webs Before the Sight. Fever s d
Dull pain In the Head, Deficient of Perapl a
tion. Yellowness or the Skin and Eyes. Pain in
tne Side, chest. Limbs, and Sudden Flushes of
Heat. Burn ng In the Fie.-h.
A few doses of RADWAT*S PILLS will free the
system from all the above-named disorder a.
Price, 8A Cehta per Bex.
We repeat, that the reader mutt consult oar
books and papers on the subject of diseases ahd
their cure, amo ig which may bi named:
"False and Tree ,**
"Hadw y an Irritable Urethra, **
"Km! way nn Scrofula,"
and otheis relating to d.ffcrent classes of Dis
80RD BY DRUGGIiTS;
READ "FALSE AND TRUE."
Send a letter stamp to RADWAY * CO,
No Si Warren, Cor. Church St., New
twinformatlon wo.th thousands will be sent
TO THE PUBLIC.
Thetre can be no better g ar&ntee of the value
of DR; RADWAT'S oi l esta jllsned R. R. R. RBME
DIKB than.the base and wortble -s lmltatlous of
them, as there are False Resolvents, Reliefs
and Pills. Be sure and ask for Radway's, and
see that the name "Radway" Is on what you
Rupertua celebrated Single Breech-loading Shot
Gnu at $ U up. Double-barrel Breach loaders at #2O
up. Muzzie and Breach-loading Guns, Rifles and
Pistols of most approved English and American
makes. All kinds of sporting implements and arti
cles required by sportsmen and gun-makers. COLT'S .
NEW BRKECH-LOADIWO DOUBLE GUNB at fin
up—the best runs yet made for the pi ice. Send
Stamp for Prleo List.
JOS. C. GRUBB & CO.,
712 Market Street, Phlla., Pa.
• qi BKAH X tlurrah ! From Mexico to Matue,'
** the ur at Campaign B..ug. trice, fc c-uia.
mailed by ruuaic dealers, or the Chicago Mua.c Co.,
Publish ; rs.
nsh"l|o. IF too nubui usrAursai
W-.1 VjC auitad with apectaoieu, Apply
DA N. C. GRAY, Optician,
m N. TWELFTH Street.