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THE HORSE'S BREAST.— Supposing
the team to be in the very best possible
plight for a heavy season's work, if a
baaly fitted collar be put Into use, the
favorable condition referred to wi'i
eouut lor no considerable suui as a
factor in the spring's work. Who it
is considered that every pound of Jarth
moved by the plow or disturbed oy the
harrow or seed drill, and e^ r y rod
traversed by the reaper o- wagon,
comes by power obtained °y direct
pressure upon the horse's breast, the
importance of looking t J the surface
which performs so a part,
first, las-t and all the "ime, should be
apparent, it is tb' heavy and con
stant pressure upor the breast in plow
ing that endang* I ' B the breast ot the
horse. There i> let P of the pres
sure, as in prilling the wagon, for
in the latter case, when the load goes
down an inline, the collar leaves the
breast, gi' lll g a little respite from the
pressure allowing the skin and hair to
oart w liA its moisture, and the shoul
ders -° take rest. But in plowing
ur ssure ola collar is a grinding, heat
£jd sweat producing process, and if its
Surface is not absolutely sniwtb, and
its texture the most even and pliable
that it is possible to secure, the surface
will soon show the effects, and your
fitted horse is quite unfit for work.
At the time of shedding the spring coat
the horse is much more liable to collar
gall than at any other time, because the
skin is made sensitive by shedding the
hair. Many farmers practice careful
washing ot the breast, morning and
evening, in cold salt water. It is be
lieved that this —using a common
phrase—hardens the skin. There can
hardly be any doubt of its beneficial
influence. By keeping the breast
bathed in the manner named, and the
surface of the collar smooth and clean,
the breast can generally be kept clear
of barm. Vet as stated, plowing Is the
trying work, and during the season
for this, unusual vigilance will be in
order. It is only now and then that
you find a collar-maker who in every
respect makes a first class collar. Hunt
this man out and buv of him.
GRATE VINEGAR ANI> CIDER VINEGAR.
—Vinegar from grapes may be made as
follows: The wine Is stirred into a
large tun which contains lees, and
when thoroughly mixed is squeezed
by pressure through cloth sacks into
an iron-bound vat, whence, after stan
ding some hours, it is drawn ofl into
casks for fermenting. These casks
have only a small opening at the top,
and are kept at a Temperature ot 77 t<>
SG degrees Fahrenheit. Alter four
teen or fifteen days, the vinegar, now
formed, is drawn off (cautiously, so as
uot to disturb the sediment) into bar
rels which contain birchwood chips.
This clarities it, and alter standing a
few days it may be syphoned ofl' into
the casks in which it is to remain.
The residue, containing "mother," is
employed to ferment all the subsequent
1 quor by simply pouring the latter
imo the cask that was used previously.
To make vinegar from cider, the fol
lowing recipe is recommended : Place
in the cider-barrel a small piece of
bread soaked in vinegar, or else a piece
of sour dough. Add about a pint of
vinegar, and set the barrel in a warm
place (75 to S5 degrees Fahrenheit
Malt will produce the same effect as
the dough, and so will yeast or leau
meat, 'lbe vinegar will clarify itself
by settling, and on being drawn off
from the top by means oi a syphon, a
clear liquid is obtained. A good table
vinegar may be obtained by dissolving
three pounds of white sugar in a gal
lon of water and fermenting with
THE POULTRY YARD. —The value of
pure bloods is now well established.
This month is a good time to clear out
the old mixed fowls aud procure a few
specimens of one of the best sorts;
both the pleasure and prolit of poultry
raisiug will be increased by raising
some one or more of the select brood.
WASPS' nests are frequently ignited
by some chemical action, supposed to
be that of the wax upon the paper-like
substances .of which the nests are form
ed. Sponstaneous combustion of this
nature Is believed to have been the
cause of many mysterious fires In hay
stacks and farmers' buildings.
This famous trotier is a higlily-bred
mare, and wants to be humored. She
will not stand harsh treatment, will
not prove obedient under rough usage.
Both Bair aud his wife made much 01
Maud S. They petted her, and treated
her to apples and lumps of sugar. The
result was that she will eagerly respond
to their call. When jogging on the
track at Chester Park the presence of
Mrs. Bur near the rail at any time
would cause Maud to turn iu that
direction. All last winter the mare
ran in a roomy box. In April she was
put In front of a break-cart, and Mr.
Bair drove her about the streets of
Clifton and Cincinnati, and thus got
her accustomed to the noise and bustle
of the toiling world. He also harnessed
her double, aud taught her to drive 011
either side. She always behaved well
to the pole. She does not like blinds
to her bridle, but will trot with any
kind of a bit in her mouth. All she
asks is that the driver shall not pull 011
the bit. She stands 15:2 forward,
and is plump sixteen hands behind.
Her weight is 960 pounds. In her races
this year she has been driven to a fifty
one pound sulky, but Bair is having
made lor her a sulky weighing forty
live pounds. She wears a fifteen and a
half ounce shoe forward, and a nine
ounce shoe behind. She also carries
four-ounce toe-weights. For twoweeks
after her arrival at the Queen City, she
will be turned at 5 o'clock every evening
into a six-acre grass lot, and be allowed
to run until 9 o'clock. This will keep
her hair from fading under the sun's
rays, and it will cool her out tho
roughly. After two weeks run at grass
she will be led every day lor two weeks
behind a break-cart, so padded that she
cannot hurt herself. She will then be
in condition to order at short notice for
a fast mile, should Mr. Vanderbilt de
sire to see one on his return trip to
America in October. Bair says he had
hoped to give her a record of 1
before the close of the season. At
Rochester she trotted solely on her
courage. "He thinks she can go to the
half-mile pole in 1:03."
THE midnight maiauder should nc
be banished from our dwelling any
more quickly than should a Cough or
Cold of any kind be driven lrom the
system. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
quietly yet positively places all Colds
under its control. Price 25 cents.
BIKCH BASKET KOK FERNS. —The fol
low ing experiment has been success
fully tried, and made as pretty a fern
ery as any one could wish. Take a
piece ot white birch bark about half a
yard square, and cut in each corner a
slit not more than three inches long,
running from the corner toward the
middle of the piece. Then lap the
edges of the slit completely over each
other, thus forming the side of the
basket, which will be about two inches
and a half high. To fasten It, sow it
through several times with waxed
thread ; unbleached is best, as it scarce
ly shows. Each corner must he done
in the same way. A narrow band
of the bark is fasteued all round
the upper edge of the basket to hold It
firmly together. The handle is a long
strip measuring eighteen inches In
length, and two and a half In width,
and mud he securely fasteued to each
side of the basket, sewing It In the
same manner as the corners. It Is now
ready for the ferns, First fill the bot
tom with the rleh leaf-mould found in
the woods, and then place in the plants,
choosing the smaller ones, as they seem
to thrive better than the larger. Se
lect as great a variety as possible, not
forgetting the lovely Maidenhair, also
some of the trailing vines that are
touud in the woods, of which one of
the prettiest Is the Partridge Vine,
with Its bright red berries. Winter
green also thrive with the rest of these
plants, and is very beautiful, with its
dark-green leaves and the snowy blos
soms it bears before the scarlet berries
form. A thorough watering every
morning is all the care necessary tor
it, and its beauty will fully repay one
for the slight trouble of making and
taking care of it.
"Don't Know Uitlf Their Vlne "
" They cured me of Ague, Bilious
ness and Kidney Complaint, as recom
mended. i had a half bottle left which
I used for my two little girls, who the
doctors and neighbors said could not
be cured. 1 would have lost both ol
them one night if i had not given them
Hop Bitters. They did them so much
good I continued their use until they
were cured. That is why I say you
do not know half the value of Hop
Bitters, and do not recommend them
high enough."—B., Koohester, N. Y.
See other column.—Am. Rural Home.
To TAKEOFF IMPRESSIONS OF LEAVES,
PLANTS, KTC. —Take half a sheet of rtne
good paper, and oil it well with sweet
oil; let it soak through, rub oft' the
superfluous oil with a piece ot paper,
and let it hang in the air to dry; after
tlie oil is pretty well dried in, take a
lighted candle or lamp, and move the
paper slowly over it, in a horizontal
direction, so as to touch the flame, till
it is perfectly black. When wishing to
ake off impressions of plants, lay the
plant caretully on the oiled paper, and
a piece of clean paper over it, and rub
with the linger, equally in all parts,
for halt a minute; then take up the
plant, and be careful not to disturb the
order of the leaves, and place it 011 the
book or paper on which It is wished to
have the impression; then cover it
with a piece of blotiug-paper, and rub
it with the linger tor a short time, and
there will remain an impression supe
rior to the finest engiaving. The same
piece of black paper will serve to take
off a great number of impressions. The
great excellence of this method is, that
the paper receives the impression of
the most minute veins and hairs. The
impression may afterwards De colored
according to nature.
To PCRIFY THE AIK OK A SICK UHAM
BKR.—Take six drachms of powdered
nitre, and the same quantity of oil of
yitriol; mix them together by adding
to the nitre one drachm of the vitriol
at a time; placing the vessel in which
you are mixing it on a hot hearth or
plate ot heated iron, stirring it with a
glass rod, a tobacco-pipe, &c. Then
place the vessel in the contaminated
room, moving it about to different
parts of the room.
EXCELLENT DEN TIEKICK. Dissolve
two ounces of borax in three piuts of
hot rain water. Add to it one table
spoonful of spirits of camphor stirred
into one tablespoonful of puverized
sugar, to prevent it from curdling.
Before quite cold, add one ounce of
tincture ol myrrh. One wineglassful,
added to half a pint ot water, and ap
plied with a brush, as a gargle, will
preserve and beautify the teeth, and
prevent the adhesion of tartar and the
softening of the gums, arrest decay
and keep the teeth in good condition.
YEGI TINE. —The great success of th<
Vegeiine as a cleanser and purifier ol
the blood is shown beyond a doubt bj
the great numbers who have taken i!
and received immediate relict, witb
such remarkable cures.
FIG-PUDDING. — C .op half a pound
oi figs very finely; mix them with
one-fourth pound of coarse sugar, a
tibiespoonful of molasses, four table
spoonfuls of milk, half a pound of flour
a quarter of a pound of suet, an egg,
and a pinch of grated nutmeg; put the
pudding in a buttered mold, and boil
To COOK TURNIPS.— Pare, slice, cut
in dice an inch square, boil until near
ly done, in as little water as possible;
toone quart of turnips, add one table
spootiful of sugar, salt to make palata
ble; when they are bo led as dry as
possible add two or three spoonfuls of
cream and a beaten egg, and serve.
LADIES who do their own work will
find that in addition to a long apron a
pair of calico sleeves with a rubber
cord In the top is a dispenser of hap
piness. One can slip them on over
cuffs and nice dress sleeves, get tea and
even wash the tea dishes without in
juring the dress.
WHEN washing tine laces do not use
starch at all; in the last water in
which they are rinsed put a little tine
white sugar, dissolve it thoroughly,
and the result will be pleasing.
A CLAM shell is more convenient for
scraping kettles and frying pans than
a knife. It does the work in less time.
Eighteen comets have been discovered
since the year 1800, the largest number
of which are microscopic. Science
represents the talis ot the comets to be
millions of miles in length. They of
ten reach from the horizon to the zenith.
There are several thousand so-called
cornets known to exist in the heavens.
Twenty Years a sufferer.
Dr. R. V. PIERCE:
Dear Sir —Twenty years ago I was
shipwrecked on the Atlantic Ocean,
and the cold and exposure caused a
large abscess to form on each leg, which
kept continually discharging. After
spending hundreds of dollars with no
benefit, I was persuaded to try your
Golden Medical Discovery, and now,
in less than three months after the first
bottle, I am thankful to say I am com
pletely cured, and for the first time in
ten years can put my left heel to the
ground. I am, sir, yours respectfully.
87 Jefferson Street, Buffalo, Nd Y.
WIT AND HUMOR.
IT had been arranged that the family
should spend Sunday afternoon at the
Wood of Bullong: After spending an
hour and three-quarters in her boudoir,
m&dame issues, leading their child by
the hand. The father casts a disgusted
glance at the child and bursts out:
"You don't catch nie going out with
the young one rigged up like that;
why, you've dressed It up out of all
rhyme and reason—lt looks like a mon
key, an organ-grinder's monkey."
Bitter words are exchanged. The mo
ther gets mad. The father shrugs his
shoulders sullenly. The child cries.
Finally it is arranged that the prome
nade sh 11 take place. "All right,"
says the father, "I'll go. I suppose
I've got to go—but uiliul what 1 say,
now, that child looks like a monkey, H
simian ape-like monkey." At the door
they meet a friend oi the family, who
pounces on the child and almost smoth
ers it with kisses, crying: "Oh, you
little darling! Your father's living
A Wise Deacon
" Deacon Wilder, I want you to tell
me how you kept yourself and family
well the past season, when all the rest
of us have been sick so much, and have
had the dectors visiting us so often."
44 Bro. Taylor, the answer Is very
easy. I used Hop Bitters in time ; kept
my family well ami saved the doctor
hills. Three dollars' worth of it kept
us well and able to work all the time.
I'll warrant it has cost you and the
neighbors one to two hundred dollars
apiece to keep sick the same time."
44 Deacon, I'll use your medicine
ONE day our dog Towser was a lvln'
In the sun a trine to sleep, but the llies
was that bad he couldn't cos ho had to
catch 'em, and blmeby a bee lit on his
head and was working about like the
dog was his'n. Towser he held Ills
head still, and when the bee was close
to his nose, Towser winked at me like
he sed, you see what this buffer is
doin'; he thinks 1 am a lily of the
valley which Isn't opened yet, but you
just wait till I blossom, aud opened his
mouth very slow so as not to triten the
bee, and the bee went into Towser s
mouth. Then Towser shet his eyes and
his mouth too, and had begun to tuake
a peaceful smile wen the bee stung liun,
and you never see a lily of the valley
aek so In your life.
X having been offended by a
friend, sends him a challenge to fight
"With mothers-in-law?" says the
"Certainly. I will send my mother
in-law to stay with you, and you send
yours to spend the time with me, and
the first man that bens for quarter will
bo assumed to have been run through
"Not much," said his antagonist; "I
apologize, humbly and respectfully."
A SOLDIER 011 the cars perceives that
the smoke from liis pipe is more or less
obnoxious to an old lady opposite him.
"Well, missus," he says, "1 suppose
they don't smoke in your regiment."
"111 my regiment they do," says trie
old lady; "in my company, never."
THE fact that Cragin & Co., Phila
delphia, l'a., (Dobbins' Electric Soap.)
confidently base their claims on the
merits of the soap, and only ask a trial,
speaks volumes. We know that the
soap tells a good story. Try it.
HE opened the door cautiously and
poking in his head in a suggestive sort
of way as if there was more to follow,
inquired: "Is this the editorial rink
"The what? my friend."
"Is this the rinktum —slnktuni—
sanctum, or some such place where the
"This is tiie editorial room, yes, sir.
"No, I guess I won't come in. I
wanted to see what a rinktum was
like, that's all. Looks like our garret,
only wuss. Good day."
"YES, Madame, I was only twenty
years old when my father —determined
to make me leave Paris and return to
the country—cut ofl'my supplies, and
left me fifteen francs a month."
"And did you manage to live 011
"Yes, madame; not only did I man
age to live 011 that paltry sum, but to
get Into debt as well!"
A GENTLEMAN informed by the bill
on the window of a house, that "apart
ments were to be let," knocked at the
door, and, attended by a pretty ternale,
took a survey of the premises. "Pray,
my dear," said he smiling, "are you
to be let with these lodgings?" "No,"
replied the girl, with vivacity, "but I
am to be let alone."
THOUSANDS of persons who are bald
to-day might have full heads of hair If
they would • only use Carboline, a de
odorized extract of petroleum, which
is the only preparation ever discovered
that will really do this
AT the morgue:
"My mother-in-law," says a visitor
to the official in charge, "disappeared
three days ago, and has not been heard
of since. I had hoped she might he
"Describe her, if you please, so that
if necessary she ean be identified."
"She stutters awfully—you'd recog
nize her easily by that.
A VISITOR enters a French news
paper ollice, and Is greeted politely by
the office boy; "If monsieur comes to
light a duel he will have to be kind
enough to call again; all our editors
are already engagid for to-day."
"ERNEST, why have you not sent to
the Salon, this year?"
"Alas! 1 was compelled to eat my
"What! ! !"
"A still life—a plate of game."
AN acquaintance of Mr. Payne's once
informed him that her daughters were
going to 'he theatre to see Shake
speare's "Turning of the Screw."
IT is the hardest thing in the world
to find a man to run for office in Tur
key. The government has nothing left
THE first almanac was printed in
1460. Copies of it are hard to get now.
They have all been bought up by min
IT'S a terrible thing to be obliged to
loye by contract.
MARRIAGE is often but ennui for two.
MAN legislates —woman ornates.
SUKK, PROMPT AND THOKOCOH are the charae
tois les of Dr. Jayue's Carminative B il.sam. Its
merit has made it known everywhere for years
as a standard curative for Cramps, Dltrrhcea.
Cholera Morbus, and ail or the Bowels
ii Is besides ea lly administered to children,
belofc pl-asant to the last.;, and is entirely
IT does not make any difference how
severe the case of Bilious Derange
ment la, it can be cured speedily and
effectually without salivation, or that
prostration of the system ensuing from
the use of drastic purgatives. Sluiuions'
Liver Regulator does not merely relieve
the sufferer, but ellects a permanent
cure, it has been used successfully
for a long time as a substitute for Qui
nine and Calomel, and the effects ot
the medicine are truly wonderful.
"I have used in my family youi
Regulator for the last eight or ten years,
and found it to supersede anything
recommended for Chills, Fever and
Ague, i use it, and nothing else. 1
have given up Calomel, QuinLne, ami
all other Mercurial treatments. 1 giv*
It to my children from one year old t<
those of twenty-tive years old. It is all
you could wish iu a family. Pleas*
use my name as you wish. Very truly.
E. LI. CKHANKS. Crawford Co., Ca.'
Vou Moltkr MM is Young Noltllcr.
Mi jor \'aujel, in ills history of the
Danish-Norwegiitn Army, which lias
just issued from the press, tells at
length the story of Field Marshal
Count vou Moltke's early military
career, lleluiuth Carl Ueruliard von
Moltke was one of a number of young
otilcers who in the yearlb22 sought aim
obtained the Royal permission to en
ter for a time into foreign military
service. Von Moltke became a Danish
"Land-cadet" in 1814, and commenced
service wltii the small annual pay
of fifty Danish relclisthlers. Shortly
afterward, however, lie was admitted
into the privileged ranks of the so
called "I'age cadets," when his pay
was a ivauced to the sum of three hun
dred thalers of the Danish mint lrom
the Court Treasury, and tlie more
valuable privilege of receiving educa
tion. In 181 M Moltke was made an of
tieer, and appointed to a lieutenancy in
the Oldenburg regiment. After three
years of service, he obtained permis
sion, as we lmve already said, to enter
for a season into foreign military ser
vice, in order to complete his educa
tion as a Danish otlieer. lie was very
poor, and when the permission was
given iiiin, lie begged at the same time
to be allowed a grant of three months'
pay as "travel money." King Freder
lek VI., however, thought that he had
been sufficiently gracious to the young
officer, and replied that no money
grant would be given to those Danish
otlicers who were seeking foreign ser
vice. Moltke, in his written applica
tion to his Royal master, which is still
extant, made the now memorable
pledge "If his Majesty will concede my
request 1 trust that f shall acquire such
knowledge and capacity in the Prus
sian service as shall enable nie here
after to repay tlis King and Denmark."
Here is indeed another strange irony
of history. If the King hud granted
the young man's very small request it
Is not probable that the Danish officer
would have become Field-Marshal of
Prussia and the German Kmpire. It
is a curious speculation what issue
might h i.ve resulted from the bchles
wig-Uolstein contlict if the greatest
strategist of the age had remained in
the service of that little Suite in which
he began bis career as a soldier and in
which he proposed also to end It.
Coquettes are the quacks of love.
Why are You Bilious ?
Because you have allowed your bowels to
become ooetive, aud liver torpid. Use Kiduey-
Wort to produce a free t*te of the bowel*,
and it will stimulate the liver to proper action
and cause new life in the blood.
Or. J. O. look,
of Cooksville. Heard County, Ua., writes:
Measra. P. Neustaedter St Co.
Gentlemen. 1 am happy to inform you that
AnaJcesis, Dr. tk Silebee'e Pile remedy, met
with my approbation. 1 have tried it in three
different cases, and it has not failed to relievt
i hem at once. The patient that had it for two
years says he thinks he is well, and that h<
always expects to keep a box on hand for fear
it might come back agaiu; another caso of
short duration used only three applications and
sayn she is entirely weii. It is the beet thing
1 have ever seen for Piles. 1 will use it in my
practice when needed.
J. D. COOK. M. D.
"Anakexis, " Dr. External Pile Re
medy is sold by druggists everywhere. Price
fl 00 per box. Samples mailed free to all suf
ferers bv P. Neustaedter A Co., Bole manufac
turers, Box 8916 New York.
More to He than Gold.
WALPOLB, Mass., March 7,1880.
MR. H. R. STRVKNS:
1 wish to inform you what. Vegetine has done
forme. I have been troubled with Erysipelas
Humor for more than 30 years In my limbs and
other parts of my body, and have been a great
sufferer. I commenced taking Vegetine one
year ago last. Augus' and can truly sty it has
done more for me than any other medicine. 1
seem to be perfectly free from this humor and
can recommend It to every one. Would not be
without this medicine—'tis more to me than
gold—and 1 feel It will prove a blessing toothers
as it has to me.
Y ours, most respectfully,
MRS. DAVID CLARK.
J. BENTLEY, M.]D., says:
It bat* done more Kood than all medt
NEWMARKET, Ont., Feb. 9,1880.
Mr. H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass.-
Sir—l have sold during the past year a con
siderable quantity of your Vegetine. and I be
lieve, In all cases it has given satisfaction. In
one ease, a delicate young lady of about 17
y are was much benefited by Its use. Her pa
rents informed me that it had done her more
good than all the medical treatment to which
she had previously been subjected.
J. BENTLEY, M. D.
Loudly in its Praise,
TORONTO, Ont., March 3,
11. R, STEVENS, Boston:
Dear fclr—Considering the short time that
Vegetine has been before the public here, it
sells well as a blood purifier, and tor troubles
arising from a sluggish or torpid liver It Is a
first-class medicine. Our customers speak
loudly in Its praise.
J. WRIGHT & CO.,
Cor. Queen and Elizabeth Streets.
H. K. HTEVENS, Boston. Mass.
Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists.
SECBET CORRESPONDENCE.— -The in
quisitive and meddlesome outdone. Invention
of genuine merit. Send vour address for it. Name
this paper. 8. B. T. GOODRICH, Lock Box 198.
Salem, N. H.
Connty. Ii* ,
Has always a full line of NURBERY 8TOK,on
hand. Specialties for this Fall: Fine Crab Ap
ple", Apple, Peach snd Cherry Trees.
lied are Plants in large and small qUHLt.ties,
Those uiiMteruiK an advertisement wll
confer a favor upon the advertiser and the
publisher by stating that they saw the adver
tisement in this Journal (naming the paper.)
3 KIDNEY DISEASES,
■ LIVER COMPLAINTS, I
□ Constipation and Piles, n
Dr. it 11. ('lurk, South flora, Vt.. MJI, "In OMM I
M of kid.*, Troubli. It tiM actod 11 Ve a charm. It
U haa ourtwl many very bad CUM of Clla, and hat CI
■ never failed to act efUclenfcly."
Nlon KulrchUd, of St Afnana, Vt, aaya'Tt la I
J of prlceleaa value, After alateen yi am of yraat W
■ auffarlnjt from PUea and Ouatlvoneaa It oom- U
■ pletely cured roe."
N O, 8. IloKabon, of Berkuhtre. aaya, "One pack- H
|J a<re haa done woKdani for me in coui>lt<u<lv onr- El
■ lntf a aevere Liver and Sidney Complaint.*
IT HAS iimvo 9
■ WONDERFUL If ft I I ■
Q POWER, hm
Bootu*it Act! co tha LITIS, th BOW£L3n4
tin 119KX78 at tt uu Uat.
■•oaui# It oleanMi the evstem of I
■ the poisonous humors that develops PI
1 In Kidney and Urinary dleeasee, 81l- U
■ louenese, Jaundice, Constipation, ■
I Piles, or In Rheumatism, Neuralgia I
n and nervous disorders. □
U KIDNKV-WOKT la adry veyvtable eero- H
KB pound uud eaa he teat by roall prepaid. ■
LJ One parka*r will make elx qta of medicine. U
TXIY IT NOW 1
J WHuy It at the Urecfhla Prim, $1.90. P
TILLS, EICIIAID3OH I CO., Froprltton,
112 <WUI wnd pact paid.) B.rlliifton, ▼. J
§|* CELEBRATED Q(j \
STOMACH _ jgS*
Though Anpen I.eaf
with The chills arid fever, the victim of malaria
may Mill recov r by BStaf till- Celebrated spe
cltic. which not only breaks un tv n ost aggra
vated attacks,tout prevents theit recurrence.
It is lnflnl ely nr< Prahle to quinine, not only be
cause it tne btitlness far more thoroughly,
but al-o on account ot Its perfe t wholesome
ne-s and invigorating action upon he entire
system. For sale by all Druggists and dealers
FT. MADISON k"NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY (3.
DATFD A PHI I, 1, 13HU, and DUE IN 19UA
Bond, of S3OO and SIOOO "ah.
I'rluripal and Interenl Vayabl* In tioM
In New York.
UNION TRUST CO . New Vork, TRUSTKI.
Lmg'h of U'-nd, lo m Ira; whole iauß of Bonds,
STtMt.ooo. tiviiio 7,00e pr niiie.
Lo alio of rend —fnuu ( itjr of Fort Mad.son, lows,
on MiaxlMlppt Rivvr, to City of Oi-calooaa. lowa.
I iterrat nayahl* Arril l*t and O-tobvr Ist.
lor anle at 93 nn l nrorurd Intereal.
Will, rnrh |UO and SIOUO Bond there will
be glveu a> a b-anuu SIOO and 1200 re-perP
Ively In flail paid eapllal at orb of the
A pi< ale>ns for Ben 'a. or for further infomation,
Circulars, Ac , should be mads to
JAMES M. DRAKE & <O ., Bankers,
D rex el Bnlldlna. t9 Wall at., N. Y.
The %Purfft and Best Mrdlrine ever Made.
Acolmbtxation of Hops, Buchu, Man
drakle-"<t Dandelion, with all the best and
moat c% ura tlvo properties of all other Bitters,
malt es \t he greatest Blood Purifier, Liver
Reg U l\a tor, bad Life and Health Restoring
No Ui-waao poadhly long exirt where nop
Bitters are varied and perfect are tbelr
They g;vt newllmfe a4 viper to ths tjsltnl lnflra.
To all whose e Wnideynwntscause irretrulari"
tTofthebowelsorV urinary orjfans ' or who
q'uiroan Appetizer^.Tonic andmild Stimulant.
HHJ> Bitters are mcal\ u>Uc ' without Into*-
No matter whatycrur feW ? li n <r s or symptoms
arc Tiat tha liisoAM- or Is use Hop Bit-
UTS. lion't wait until you sick but If you
only feel bad or miserable,n ÜBt " them at once-
It may save yourlife.lt hasn 8 a v ®d hundreds.
SSOO will be paid foraenfisc they will not
euro or help. Do not suffer B° r lvt your friends
sutTer.but use and urge them™
to use Hop B
Remember, flop Bitters is drugged
drunken nostrum, but the u d Best
Medicine ever made : the "LNY FKtEMI
and HOPE" and no person or
should be witliout them.
D.1.C. 1S n absolute and Irresistible cureß WM
forbninkouness,use of onium, tolacco andl|sngQ|
narcotics. All sold by druggists. Send tZ.
for Circular. Hop Blttrr* Hf*. Co., J
KIDNEY DISEASES, •fflma??
sow quickly and snrsly onrsd by Uxs use of KXDKBT-WORT. Thta *cw axid wonderful remedy whlah la
having such en immense sale In all parte of the ocrontry. works an natural rsatoraa strength
and tone to the diseased organs, and through them alaanaaa the system of aooommlated and poUoncus
humors. Kidney disc seas of thirty years stand tug hsve been eared, also Piles, Oonetipatlan. Bhtrmetlem,
ha., which have distressed the victims tor years. We have volumes of testimony of Its wonderful curative
power. Wo longer nee AlohoUo Bitters, which do more harm than good, or dxastle pOle, but use nature#
remedy, KIDNEY- WORT, aad health will bo qolckly regained. Qet It of your Druggist, Prion, SI.
(Will send postpaid.) ffELIA MCTAKMOH
® Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures all Humors, from the worst BcroDiln to a
common Blotch, Pliuplr. or Eruption, Erysipelas, Aalt-rhruiu, lewr Bores, scaly or
Rough Skin, in short, all dismasts caused by bad blood, are conquered by this powerful,
yurlfvlng, and invigorating medicine. .
Especially has it manifested its potency in curing Tetter, Rose Rash, noils. Carbun
cle*. Sore Eyes, Hcrofulona Bores aud Swellings, YY bile Swellings, Goitre or Thick
Neck, and Enlarged Glands. ... „ ~ ,
If vou fcol dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sallow oolor of skin, or yellowish-brown spots
on face or body, frequent headache or dizziness, bad taste in mouth, internal heat or chills
alternated with hot Hushes, irregular appetite, and tongue coated, you are suffering from
Torpid Liver, or " Biliousness." As a remedy for all such cases Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery has no equal, as it effects perfect and radical eures.
In the cure of Bronchitis, Sever© Coughs, Weak Lungs, and early stages of Con
sumption, it has astonished the medical faculty, and eminent physicians pronounce it tho
greatest medical discovery of the age. Sold by druggists.
No use of taking the large, repulsive, nauseous pills. These
• ♦ m Pellets (Little Pills) are scarcely larger than mustard
f\Vr P C seeds.
■Jfr,' • VVi v Being entirely vegetable, no particular enre is required
wLe \6 AS A\\v while using them. They operate without disturbance to the
EUErtWGfc \w&RG\AIO svstem, diet, or occupation. For Janndlce, Headache,
OQ wk cv\\ fi Constipation, Impure Blood, Pain in the Shoulderp,
\V A3 Tightness of Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations from
a Tit* - sittiM Giant" Cathartic Stomach. Bad Taste In Month, Billons attacks, Pain in
The" ZJttle Giant C.thertio. reKlon wf finte. nal Fever. Bloated feeling
•bout Stomach. Rush of Blood to Head, taKc Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets.
Sold by druggists. fVORI.D'S DISPENSARY MJ.OICAL ASSOCIATMMS. Prou'w, Buffalo, K- Y.
Buy your Campaign CAPS and CAPES at flrst hands, The Latest Styles in ENAMELED
MUSLIN, and In BLUE and WHITE DRILL.
W. HOWARD BROOKS & STEVENSON, Manufacturers,
AS NORTH THIRD STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
New Music Books.
The An'hem Harp • (f 1.26.) Br
Dr. W. o. PERKINS. (Just out.)
A new book intended a* a successor for "Per-
Kins' Anthem Book," published some yetrb
since, and which w-s a decided success. The
new book music per ectly within the
reach or comiuuu chubs, and is des ined to hare
a great sale.
DITsON A CO. also call attention to their
three books tor Singing Classes; recently pab
llshed. alrealv vary poj ular, and worth/ of uni
The Temple. •&&!*• w * 0
The Voice of Worship.
(l 00 ) By L. O. EM KKSON.
Johnson's Method for Singing Classes.
(o cents.) By A.. N. JOHNSON.
The Tempi* contains an excellent Singing
Neu> ol Course, and a large number of Olees,
sougs, Sacred Tunes and anthems for prac ice,
and for use t n classes. L. O. Emerson's Voice
of Worship has exactly the same end In
view as ihe other but has adlffer-'vr method
and entirely different music. Johnson's
net hod is for those who • lsh a low priced
book; is admirably simple and clear, has plenty
or m iste, and has a thorough course In Note
I* r " Any book mailed for retail price.
Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston,
J. K. lIITNOV. A CO ,
I*lW 4'liestnut Mlrcct. I'lillndelphln.
~ RUPTURE -
Iteli\e<l and cur <1 without the Injury IrttMen tl>
fhet, by l>r J. A. SHE KM AN'B ay •tern. Office aal
Hroidway, N*w York. Hi-book, with pt>otufrpliM
I Rene.atw . f badcitae* before and aftvr cuie, wailet
fur 10 nsilii
FLol*. I PA MOSS.—Six nni rea for 10 cents.
Mailed Ir-: tii.rn.
L. HALING Lit. Spring Grove, Florida.
• > MONTHS OH 1 HI IL fur 3 lhr-e-ceut autaape
.) THE l'tof LIS * Jul'UN A 1., iiageretuWU, Mil.
Til K BONANZA FOR BIIOH AUK.YTM IN
Helling uur two Splendidly Illuiti ated Book*. Lib of
crw II A XrpnpT? written by hie life
\TX/IV . Jtl AW t/UlyJi., loxif friend. Hon.
JOHN W. FORNEY (an author of national fmj,
highly endoret-d by General llanrerk, the
parly lender* and t .e preaa. Ala •, Life of
friend, Gen. J. 8. BKISBIN (an author of wide c
lebi it) >, alt . atrongly enduraed. Roth official,
imnieueely popular, filling over lU.UUO a week ! 1
A ntf making $lO a day ! Ootflu Mr. each.
Fur beet booke ami teruie, uadreee uuick,
HU Bit A lib BROS. 723 Cli-etnut St.,
$T T T A YEAR and expeneee to agentf
Ifl Outfit Free. Addreas
111 P. O. VICKERY. Auguata, Me.
Rifles, Shot Gun*. Revolver*, aent c. o. d. for examuiauom
OF THE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES.
M 0 Pa gee Each, NEW. AUTHENTIC. COMPLETE.
Able Authora, The Faateat Selling Books
Fine Illuatrationa, of t e Day.
Life of Gen. o'IVK
Heat Hooka •/" Liberal Term*. jf%
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
For full de riptiona and term*, addreaa at once,
J. C. McCURDY A CO , Philadelphia, Pa.; Cincin
nati. O.; Chicago, Ilia., St. Loui, Mo.
MAKE HENS LAY^
An Knglla Tataraary fisrgaoa aad Chaalat, saw
travail rig in rhlacosntry.aa) • that moat of tha Haraa
and Gattla Powdara hara ara wortklaaa trash. Ha
•ara that i-keridan'a Condition Powdara ara akaa
lulaly para aad laamenaely valnaMa. Nothing as
•artk will siaka ken a lay ltka Sheridan's Cundftloa
Pawdara. Duaa, ane teaasooa to on- pi at af faad.
bald ararywhera. or aast by mall for alght UtSt
■lampa. 1. S. JOHNSON A CO., Baagar. Ma.
IN* Old Baliakla Oosaastratai Lya far FAMILY
SOAP MA-KING. Direotioaa aeaomjaany aaah asm
for. making Hard, Boil and Tolled Saap gslakiy.
It la lull waigkt and strength.
ABK FOR SAPOIYIFIim,
AND TAK.B NO OTHBR.
PIII'A SALT MAIirS CO„ PMLAI'I
SF.ND for onr New Calendar of tha
New England Conservatory of Music.
$15.00 to $20.00 for 20 lessons In classed.
Students In the Conservatory Course can
pursue ALL ENGLISH BRANCHES FBSK.
K. TOURJOL Music HAXL. Bowro*.
c 'brated stugla Breech-loading Shot
Gun at Aid up. Double-barrel Breech loader* at S2O
P?L , Mc " le * nd Breech-loading Guns. Rifles and
Pistols of moat approved English aDd American
makes. Ay kind* of sporting Tmplemet/ta and arti-
S!''!'hy apurtamen and gun maker*. COLT'S
NhW BREECH-LOADING DOUBLEGUNS at #BO
up—the beet gnne yet made for the prloe. Bend
clamp for Price List.
JOS. C. GRUBB & CO.,
712 Market Street. Phila., Pa
"nnnnTTin for the TRADE. Territory given
nII T T H.S ENTERPRISE CARRIAGE CO.,
UUUUiUU Cincinnati, O. Catalogue FREE.
I Pile* that Ueßinc's Pile
Ua 8 I I I ■ I I Remedy fails to cure. Gives
I immediate relief, cures cases
■ of long standing in 1 week.
8 and ordinary cases in 2 days.
U I U U U CAUTION
wToTpcv hat printed on ft in black a I' fie of Stonct and
f)r jf p gil'o-'i tignatwre, /'lila $| a bottle. Sold
by aUdruggiats. Sent by mail by J.-P. MII.I.KH. M. D.,
proor- S. W. cor. Tenth and Arch Sta.. Philada. .Pa
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER,
FOR THE CURB OF CHRONIC DIB RABM
SCROFULA OR SYPHILITIC, HKELKDL
TART OS CONTAGIOUS,
Bo Ift Sootod la Tho Longf or fßfiscih Ha
or Boaea, Float* or Morwog*
OORBUPTLNO THB SOLIDS AMD VITIATING
ChronJo KheumatMm, Scrofula, Glandular
Swelling, Hacking Dry Cough, Cancerous Affec
tions, sjptillltke Corn plain ta, BldMtUg at tha
1 tmga. Braah, Tie Dotortrax,
White Swelling*, Tuinora, Ulooiz, Skla and Hi
Dlseaaes. Merourtal Dtaaum, Female Ow£
plainta, Gtout, Dropey. Soft Bronchia^
Liver Complaint. Ac.
Not only does the Karsaparlliiait lieeolvenl
excel eU remedial agents In the cure of Chroulo,
Scrofulous. Constitutional and Skin Dtaeaaea,
but it la the only positive euro for
KIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
Urinary and Womb Dlaraaos, Gravel, Diabetes,
Dropsy, Stoppage of Water, Incontinence of
Urine, Brig tit's Disease, Albuminuria, and in all
oases where there are brick-dust deposits, or
the water la thick, cloudy, mixed with sub
stances like the white of an egg. or threads like
white silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious
appearance and whits bone-dust deposits, and
when there la a pricking, burning a-nsatloa
when passing water, and pain in the small of
the back and a'ong the loins. Sold by Drug
gists PRICE ONE DOLLAR
OTARIAN TUMOR OF TEN YRARB* GROWTH
OUKLD BY DR. RADWAY'S REMEDIES.
One bottle contains mors of tho active prtnew
pies of Medicines than any other Prt-p i ration,
taken in Teaapoonful doses, while others ro
tulro five sr six tlinss as much.
R. R. R.
CURES AND PREVENTS
FEVER AND AGUE,
Looaeijess, Dlarrhte i. Cholera Morbus or pain
ful discharges from tie bowels are slopped in
16 or ao minutes bv taking Kadway's Ready Re
lief. No congestion or Inflammation, no weak
ness or lassitude will follow the use of the R. R.
IT WAS TOE FIRST AND 18
Th© Only Pain Remedy
th *t instantly stops the most excruciating
pains, allays inflammation B, and cures Conges
tion-. whether of the Lungs. Stomach, Bowels
or other glands or organs, by on oppHeatlon.
In from one to twenty uilunte*. no mat
ter Uow violent or excruciating the pain, the
iheum ittc. Bed-ridden, Infirm. Crippled. Nerv
ous. Neuralg.c or prostrated with al-ease mar
Suffer. RADWAY'S READY RELIEF will afford
Inflammation or the Kidney*.
1 nflarn(notion of the Bladder,
Inflammation of the Bowela.
Congestion of the Luuga.
Bore Throat, Difficult Breathing.
Palpitation of the Heart.
Hysterica, Croup, Diphtheria
Cold Chille, Awn* Chills,
Chilblains and Frost Bites.
The application of the Ready Relief to the part
t>r parts where the pain or difficulty exists Will
afford ease and comfort.
Thirty to sixty drops in a half tumbler of
water will in it few minutes cure cramps.
Sprains. Brur Stomach, Heartburn, Sick Head
ache, Dt&rrhosa, Dysentery, CoUc, Wind In the
Bowels and all Internal pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of R id
war's Ready Relief with them. A few drops in
water will prevent sickness or pains from
change of water. It is better than French
Brandy or Bliters as a stimulant. Price Fitly
Cents per Lottie.
Radway's Regulating Pills.
Fsrfset Purgatives, Soothing ApertsuU,
As* Without Pain, Always Bella bis
aad Natural la their Operation.
A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with
sweet gum, purge, regulate, purify, means* and
BABWATH PILLS, for the euro of all Disorders
at the stomach, Liver, Bowels. Kidneys, Blad
der, Nervous Diseases. Headache, Constipation,
Oostlveneaa, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Bilious
ness Fever. Th flam mat'on of the Bowela, Plloa,
and all derangements of the Internal Viscera.
Warranted to effect a perfect cure. Purely
vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals or
iw Observe the following symptoms resulting
from Diseases of the Digestive Organs : Consti
pation, Inward Plies, Fullness of the Blood in
Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea. Heart
burn, Disgust of Food, Fullness or Weight in
the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Flut
tering at the Heart, Choking or Suffering Sen
sations when In a lying posture. Dimness of
Vision, Dots or Webs Before the Sight Fever a d
Dull pain in the Head, D>-flclenc> of Perspira
tion, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes. Fain in
the Side, chest. Limbs, and Sudden Flushes of
Heat. Burning In the Flesh.
A few doses of RABWAT*S PILLS will free the
system from all the above-named disorder*.
Price, to Coats per Bex.
We repeat that the reader mast consult ear
hooka and papers on the subject ot dlseiises and
their care, among which mar he named :
"Falne and Tree ,**
"Eadw y oa Irritable Urethra,'*
"Hod way on Scrofula,"
and others relating to different nlaantifi ot Dis
BOLD BT DRUGGIST*
BEAD "FALSE AND TBUB."
Send a letter stamp to BAD WAT A CO,
No. sa Warrea, Cor. Church bt., New
vr information worth thousands will bo sent
TO THE PUBLIC.
There can be no better guarantee of the Tains
of Da. R adwat's old established R. R. R. RIMS
DISS than the base and worthless imitations of
them, as there are False Resolvents, Reliefs
end Pills. Be sure and ask for Radway's, and
sos that the name "RadwajT la on what yon
CAN ]UK>: S3 PEB DAT
Platform Family Seals
W eigbs accurately up to SB IM.
It* liendeome appearance sell* it
' sight 10 b u*nkeepers. Retail
tK*|yCaW pric.- SI Otb r family Scalea
Xffillw' weighing 25 lbs. cannot be bough'
for lea than *?> A revnUr
Boom for Agent*. Exclusive territory I'*"-
reruie and r p o sale* enr;r se oil agent . !**iWTor
i-artlculare. DOMESTIC SCALE CO., 187 W sth
■sire t, Cincinnati, Ohio.
for cistern* or well* of any depth.—
Plain. Iron, Porct'ain, or Coppor-linotL
Brands, *€,. AlX.dti, Ho i.
„ . B, 88, B No. I. For aale by th*
Hardware trade, Ousutiy Mores, P' mp makeri, eta.
iee that the Pump you buy is stenciled
C. . BLATCHLET,
90S MARKET fitr*-t, PHILADELPHIA. Pa.
sample frea Addle e * Mahal-r ,1 umuni.u