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I How -wretched is the man "who has fallen a victim to Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, or diseased Liver, with all the horrible attendants. _ Look upon the picture.' Poor man, being tired of dragging out a miserable existence, he is the picture of despondency; altogether, he is rather a forlorn specimen. Do we pity Mm? Of course; but at the same time feel assured that in' a measure he is to blame for the bad state into •which he lias fallen. A sure, safe, speedy and easy cure can be fo\rad in Simmons Liver Regulator—Nature's own remedy. No mercury or deleterious drugs, not unpleasant to .the taste; and always reliable-^-just such a'remedy as you can pin-your faith to without a shadow of disappointment. Read the testimonial, don't take our word for it: "I hive been subject to severe spells of Congestion of the Liver, and have been in thek-ibit of liking from jq to so grams of calomel, which generally laid me up for three or four days. Lately 1 have been talcing Simmons Liver Regulator which cave me relief, without any interruption to business." J. Hucc, Middlcport, Ohio. jr. H. ZEILIJT st co., Soui PnonuiroRs, PHILADELPHIA, PA. PRICE, 81.00. The room's In disorder. The cat's on the table, The flower-stand upset, and the mischief to pay: And Johnny is screaming: As loud ns he's able. Tor nothing: goes right when mamma's away. What a scene of discomfort and'con- fusion home would be if mamma -"did" not return. If your wife is, slowly, breaking down, from a combination of domestic cares and female disorders," make it your first business^to restore, her health. Dr. Pierce's Favorite' Prej, gcription is without a peer 'as a remedy.. for feeble and debilitateajwbmeri, and is the oniy medicine for the'iclass, of maladies known as "female'''diseases'" which. b sold, by druggists, trnder\.a positive, guarantee from the manufacturers that It will give satisfaction, in every; case, or the money will be refunded.' It 13 a positive cure for the most complicated cases. It's art invigorating, restorative tonic, and a soothing and strengthening nervine. impartin<r tone and vigor to tne •whole system. Its a legitimate meui- dne, ,too-^carpfully compounded by an experienced 'physician', and "adapted to •woman's delicate organization. You Can Eat WHAT YOU LIKE IF YOU TAKE DR. WHITE'S DANDELION ALTERATIVE. It cures Indigestion, Biliousness, Liver and Kidney diseases^ Constipation, Rheumatism and Neuralgia. It purifies the blood, and makes the weak strong and vigorous. Thousands have been restored to health by this great medicine, why not you P Very large bottle for $1, and every bottle warranted. jold by E. F. Keesliug and D.E Pryor. GET WELL-STAY WEIL It can bedone. 11 you,MAS. young or old, have »ny Weakness, Malforai».tlon,:DeDIllty.Our.Ei- clustvc Methods &ldonopoLy of Success vxplamed u 1 (mailed free fora Urn* - Cnro ^^^^•^MB^BMV.J 7on. 4 u-nu.v Address ILKUll'Al. «;o.» liujfalo, X. r., and be VEGETABLE COUGHS AND COLDS. 850. and 81. »t all CLruggittt. E.HORGAH&SOHS,--.ProiiriEfors > PROVIDENCE. R.I. , TRADE SUPPLIEDDjr ROSS GORDON, LaFayette, Ind. For sale by B. F 'Reeslingr IN WOMAN'S BEHALF. THE FARMER'S WIFE.: TVlmt She Should and Should >""t He Rx- poi!fe<l Mi Do—Draw the J.lnc Thin-Side of Overwork. I have re:ic[ the eccasipnaJ effusions of "Penny Wise" ior some time, with a cons.id-jruble degree of interest, and she has expressed my own ideas so often that I naturally concluded th;i.t she was a very sensible woman. Bxit 1 hold up my hands in holy horror when she tells the list of her day's doings, and unless she stops- milking- and hoeing in the vegetable garden, .1 shall use the other part of the proverb when 1 think of her and pronounce her "pound foolish." No woman who skims and strains the milk and churns and works the butter should be obliged to milk the cows also. A woman should fix a line beyond which she will not go except in cases of sickness or dire calamity, and the mere wish to "get on" should not be sufficient excuse for crossing that line. 1 live on a farm where three hired men are kept throughout the working, months. Ours is mixed farming, and the care of from six to ten cows and of quantities of fruit is mixed with the other work. Of course I am obliged to keep help in the house (though I have kept the household wheel in motion alone when necessity demanded), and neither my girl nor I ever, think pi. milking-. There Jire a groat many kinds of out-door work which I do and enjoy, but the men, have just as much time after supper as the women, and .they •will milk and carry the heavy pails to the milk room with half the fatigue that women mustendure in the process. With washing and ironing, -sweeping and 1 cleaning, gathering fruit and vegetables and preparing them for immediate use or for winter's store, baking, Bailk work and—but why enumerate the ceaseless round! Every woman knows what it means to "keep house," and if she intends to be anything above a household drudge she must confine herself to the work which is rightly hers and. not permit herself to do that'vfhich "the men ami boys can not .or .will not do." "Glad she isn't my wife." I hear some shiftless, careless husband say. AnS well he may be; for there are a few branches of farm labor which I will not do except under very unusual circumstances, and jnilkingis one of them. I thoroughly believe that a woman should have time to put on a clean calico dress, if nothing prettier, every afternoon, and by the help of little half sleeves to draw on the arms and an apron which will cover the whole skirt, she may do all the work which ought to be required of her at that time of day without serious disfigurement to her apparel. The little sleeves should be long enough to reach above the elbow, and the hand- -iest way is to have elastics run through the hem at the top and bottom to hold •them in place; Put them, in the apron .pocketI when not hi use, and hang the apron iri some convenient place in the .kitchen or pantry, so that it m ay be always at hand-when wanted. Lastly, let me urge all women: to take, thought of their.health. 1 Setter not "get on" So fast than live a helpless..invalid, a victim to the Moloch Overwork.—Rural New -Yorker. LEFT UNTOLD. Why a "Wife Should Not Bnrdnn Her HUH- band With Every Petty Care. . In married life there is no greater art thain.to know just what to tell an3 what to leave untold. Of course there should be in all things perfect confidence between husband and wife, but this does not necessarily mean the daily recital of petty annoyances, ailments and ungratified desires. Nothing—this' emphatically—discourages a man more or takes more completely the life out of him than to be informed of every delinquency of the cook, the house maid, the chore boy, of the impertinence of the milkman, 'tne tardiness of the butcher. If your good man comes whistling home some evening don't let the first word be of the kitchen range's refusal to burn or of your sick headache. If you want to.still the cheery whistle on his lips that will' do it.very effectually, but his heart will not grow warmer toward you for the information. It may be necessary to tell him finally, but wait till he is snug and slippered before the fire or has eaten the toast and eggs you have managed to cook over the parlor grate. Don't entertain him by accounts of the lovely bonnets Mme. Gia- peau has imported, and how you longed and was tempted by one perfect love which was far beyond your means, and how you felt when Mrs. Kidman bought it before your very eyes. Such a story to a proud and affectionate man. is simple cruelty—nothing else. You may not see it,. but your good, hardworking" husband writhes under your narrative of Mrs. Shoddy's openly expressed scorn of your old- black, silk or your passe bonnet He may strain-a point and give up that visit he had planned to see his mother and present you with a new gown and a French bonnet, but. he will not love- you any better than if you had worn the old ones cheerfully and patiently. Men are much, more ; observant -than women-are apt to think, them, and John will note and appreciate many little- acts and .works you never dreams he sees or hears. You are not strong, and there is never a day that you are entirely free from pain-and weakness, but don't tell of-each pang. Even the most sympathetic and the ki-dest find themselves struggling against a growing indifference when subjected to a perpetual demand for sympathy; so make the best of your ailmenis, and you will find them growing lighter for the putting aside. Of all the" pricks in life I think the sharpest. and most poisoned are tongue pricks. . We would not dream of thrusting pins into our family every time we feel a little .vexed or out of sorts, but we wound and sting with reckless cruelty by the tongue ; a dozen times a day. Think, of it, then, dear lady, the ni,xt time you axe tempted to tell a <3i?nrrec-at>le occurrence or to re- peat a spiteful, "\vord, and'don't do it, but try how a merry account ol tlis first will soi'teji 'ruitiers, imil how v<> can -please.- 1 by i-i'l:ii:in:r how VT. yard admired your roses, or Mrs. No- Child's praise of the baby's pretty blue eyes just like his • father's.—St. Louit Globe-1 )emoi;rat. LEARN TO WALK AHD SPEAK. These Accomplishment* Are as KiwmitiHl n» Ability to D:ui<;e :ind Sintr- It is one of tli» vagaries of our ornamental trainiiig of girls .that it .usually leaves untouched the simple, necessary, everyday mutter in,order to cultivate what is occasional and often superfluous. Thus a girl who walks abominably is taught with greatest care to dance, and another whose speaking voice sxiffgssts any thing but the Lorelei is given expensive .singinglessons^There is just now a little movement in the/li- rection of teaching'girls to do well the ordinary acts which make up most lives. It is a tendency which ought to. lie strongly encouraged. The vocal-culture classes und the Delsai-te system of a3sthetiy gymnastics may not succeed in .teaching all women to speak well and to move well, but they at least show a. dawning consciousness in the world that these are desirable tilings to do. It is true, there is a prejudice against this sort of training'. "Let young wc.- meti be uatural and unaffected" is still the. lament of many who ought long ago to have found out that ''unconscious grace'' is nothing but a hoary-headed old humbug, made respectable through poetic patronage. By all means let girls be natural and, unaffected, but the best way to do it is to train them in such''irreproachable habits : that they will liever feel the need of affecting any "others. The monstrosity of "company manuers" is easily analysed. A woman who displays this most objectionable species of deportment does it because 1 she feels that her' ordinary behavior is .unattractive, so she tries to improve it by whatever impromptu methods occur to her. It is a mistake, of course. She might as well try to cover up th^-fact that she was ignorant of some fweign- tongue by plunging boldly into a conversation in it—-Caroline Gray Lingle, in Kate Field's Washington. OF INTEREST TO WOMEN. •MRS. EDISOX, wife of the inventor, is a good musician, and she and her step-children constantly practice together. A WINCINTA (Mo.) woman has invented an ingenious and simple device, which will enable a housewife to wash the outside of windows while standing on the inside, with the least possible effort. ANOTHKK English gentlewoman has entered the business arena in a very unique and unexpected industry, which fills a long-felt want, nothing more or less than washing. But such washing —not t>f coarse ; garments and house linen, but the dainty handkerchiefs, the delicate laces, the exquisite lingerie which the average laundress has as little caro in handling as she has appreciation of their value. A WEiL-EJfowK- English, woman physician working for the abolition of child marriages in India, dispels the old illusion so long cherished that Indian girls arrive at maturity at a much earlier age than those in cold climates. Her practice in native families has convinced her that the most precocious Hindoo girl of 15 is about the equal mentally of 'an English child of 11,- and all statements to the .contrary are very misleading. THE. worst physical enemy woman has ever had has been the n;urowness of .life : which gave her so little.to think of that she had endless lime for worry. She gams in physical forse with every, step toward intellectuality and spirituality. .Nor does she harden .her heart toward humanity and cfrspise the home. The whole question of the home, instead of being ignored. Is being treated with scientific care sad unsparing de- votion;—Chau'tauquaii..' THE Lady Guide Association, of London, (Cpckspur;.Street) has issued .a re-port of its first'. yearns working, '.irom which it..appears that 290 parties have engaged lady guides for sight-seeing alone.-. The services of .the lady guides are not limited to taking visitors to see the sights. The guides meet people, arriving at the railway stations, engage rooms at hotels, undertake artistic furnishing, and render services of all kinds to people who: do not know their way about London. , .-.--. PHOToe-BATHY. as a profession for women presents no phases to\vhich the most fastidious and conservative can object; A woman in London has opened a-studio where the posing, taking, developing, and finishing' of photographs 'is - done entirely by. women.. Whether this scheme "would succeed in l\ew York or not It is not easy to prophesy. Half the charm of th« process which posseses such a fascination for ma.ty women lies in the subtle flattery which the man photographer knows so well how to serve. Among AinerieVm women amateurs Miss Alice V,on<rf' j ilnw wpars the laurel. DON OAlVlERON'S VOTE. The Iiifamoun Conspiracy Through Which It Was Obtained. The transaction by which Senator Don Cameron's vote was secured against the "force" bill is fully, explained. There is but one word that describes its character—it was a rascally transaction on the part of all concerned. Cameron had speculated in silver while the-silver bill was pending in Congress,' These • corrupt silver traders were under investigation "by a Congressional committee. It became known to Dockery, chairman of the. committee, who is a Democrat from Missouri, Crisp, a member of ,the committee, who is a Democrat from Georgia, and-Senator Vest, of Missouri, that Cameron had been engaged in this speculation, and the testimony as to the facts was bound to come out. But Camerpn was .,a candidate for -re-elec- tion to the Senate, and hod been noi31- nated by the Republicans in the Pennsylvania Legislature. The election was to occur ;on the "Oth and 21st days of this month. Had the exposure come before that time the Pennsylvania Re- .publicans.would have repudiated their action, and another man would have been chosen as his successor. Vest was to be. the next witness before the committee, and 'the. story of Cameron in the silver ring would come out. Under these circumstances, Dockery, Crisp, and Vest conspired to hold back the testimony against Cameron till after the Pennsylvania Senatorial election. To that end Committeeman Crisp represented that he had'to be in New York City,' and other pretenses were made by those in the conspiracy, and the committee was induced to adjourn until the afternoon of the 21st instant, when Cameron's election would have become an accomplished fact. The committee then met; Senator Vest appeared as a witness, and the shameful story of Cameron came out. The suspicious circumstances \mder which this delay was had formed the subject of comment at the time. Now it is established by admissions and testimony what the delay was for and the corrupt conditions on which it was arranged. . Cameron, to shield himself from exposure until too late for the indignation of the Pennsylvania Republicans to be heard, promised to vote to kill the "force" bill, and he carried out his promise. He is entitled to the denunciation of every honest man in the country, without reg'ard to political lines. . •-.,-. Open bribery 'is a well-known crime in legislative bodies. But such a species of blackmail as that in which Senator Don Cameron became involved is a novelty. 3n the way of rascality and as a public ' scandal, it is original, picturesque and detestable. Senator Cameron has-no longer, a place in the regard of any honest and decent man, Republican or Democrat.—Chicago Jpurnal. • —A Me ol mdcience and'ease, of delicacy and luxury, which is very often the attendant upon opulence, is never commended-in the Bible. It may not be positively and grossly vicious, but it is always worthless, and unsuited to the grave and solemn ends for which man is sent into this world.—N. Y. Independent. ' ^ Strateey- Primus—Dawson complains that the daily papers copy every thing from his new comic weekly and don't give credit ' Secundus—Well, what's he going 'to do about it? Primus—He's going to change the name of his DaDerto'Exeh/uiffe"—.Iiirii»» R READY RELIEF. The most certain ^and Bife Pain Remedy in the world that instantly stops the most excruciating pains. It it is truly the great CONQUEROR OF PAIN and has done more good than any known remedy. FOR SPRAINS, BRUISES, BACK-ACHE, PAIN IN THE CHEST "OR SIDES.IHEAD ACHE, TOOTH ACHE OR ANY OTHER EXTERNAL PAIN, a few applications rubbed on by the hand act like magic, causing the pain to instantly stop. For COLDS, BRONCHITIS.PNEU- MONIA CONGESTION, INFLAMMATIONS, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA! PAINS IN TH E SMALL OF BACK etc.; more extended applications are necessary to effect : a cure. ALL INTERNAL PAINS, PAINS IN BOWELS OR STOMACH 1 , CRAMPS, SPASMS, SOUR STQM ACE; NAUSEA, VOMITING. HEARTBURN, NERVOUSNESS; SLEEPLESSNESS, SICK HEADACHE, DIARRHCEA, COLIC, "FLATULENCY, FAIN-TING SPELLS are relieved instantly and quickly cured by takinc internally a half to_ a teaspoonful of Ready Relief in half a tumbler, of water. , WITH RAD WATSPILLS'THERE IS NO BETTER CBRE OR PREVBN- TIVE OF FEVER AND AGUE. Price 5Oc. p«;r bottle. Sold by druggists. Any "R. R. K ;; or any •'READY RELIEF" with out the naineR AD WAY, is a COUNT BRFEH DftDWAY n PILLS, The Great Liver and Stomach Remedy ForthecU'eof all dis rders of^he STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS, KIDNEYS! BLADDER, NERVOUS, DISEASES, LOSS of APPETITE, HEAD ACHE, CONSTIPATION, COS IVE NESS, INDIGESTION, BILIOUSNESS FEVER, INFLAMMATION Of the BOWELS, PILES, and all derangements of t*e,lntarnal Viscera- Purely Vegetable,' containing _no mer cury, minerals, or DELEfERIOUS DRUGS. PERFECT DIGESTION will be ac c^mpllshed by taking RADWAY'S PILLS. By so doing Dyspepsia, SICK HEADACH, FOULSTOMACHE, BILIOUSNESS, will be avoided, and the food that is eaten contribute its nourishing properties 'to the sup port of the natural waste of the body price25c. per- box- SOLD BY ALL DRCGISTS The annoyari'ceidft breaking lamp-chimneys ••• need not be borne. :> Get tough glass chimneys. Macbeth's "pearl top" and "pearl glass" are tough against heat; they do not break, except from accident. They are also clear, trans,- parent, not misty or milky; they fit and stand upright; shape and proportions are right to.di- rect the draft upon the flame.;: They cost a little more than rough and wrong chimneys of common glass that break continually. JPIttsburs- CEO. A. MACBETH & Co. CURE CONSTIPATION, To enjoy health one vhonia bare regular evacuations every twenty roar lioiirH. The eviln, both mental sad physical, resulting from „...„..«.HABITUAL CONSTIPATION •re many and serious, for the ear* ofthiH cemmon trouble, Tatt's Eivvr Pills have (ruined a popularity tmp«i» •lleled. Elegantly »ugar coated. SOLD EVERYWHEBE. CARTER'S ITTLE? IYER PILLS. Bide Heaa»che and relieve >U the tKnibtai to* float to a bilious state of the nyntom, mob U PlzzlneBB NB.UBM, Drowsinem, Dlstrea* after eating. Pain In the Slda, 4o. WWJe their znoct remarkablo miccee* hu been thowa in cuilng ' - .^^^k ^m 1 - ' 1: ^^^k M^'^JIJV Eeo&ielio, yet Carter's litUo Um Hflf m equally valuable In Constipation, cnringand ptft. EULUV1AY \»liUfcW»w**J.u"**"**Jt"»-«''**»'*'—'"—&——*-- •ranting this ana«yingcomplatat.whilo they UM correct nil illsordorBorthostomach^tianUatotha liver and regulate the bowels. Byenlftheyonlf HEAD Aetethey woniabeilmoitprioflloMtotJiodawha suffer trom this distressing complaint; button**. natelytlieirEOodneaBdoesnotendh<»e,andtlios« who once try thorn wfll find these little pilla valuable in Kun«ny.T»ys that they will not boi willing to do withpnttoemi -;.Bntaf tor aUsiclt hea4 Is the bone of so many Hvea tilt lioro fa •wheia we mulre our great boast. Our pills cure it •whila ° CM?er-B^lta<i Liver PilJs aro Tory small sna Te^eoBytotake. Oaoor_two.pilla.Eia]iioado«a. Thcr'areBtrlctlyvegetabloinaao not gripe 0« purge, but by ttoir gentle actton plenaeall who . useffiom In-vialHBt 25 cents; five for $i. SOW bf druggists everywiare, or sent by mail. CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York. SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE SOLD MEDAL, PABIS, 1373. W. BAKER &Co.'s from •which "£he\ excess of : -oil has been removed, is Absolutely Pure and U is Soluble. No Chemicals are used in its preparation.. It -has more than three times the strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot- or Sugar, and is therefore far more economical, costing less than one cent a city. It is delicious, nourishing, strengthening, EASILY .DIGESTED,. and admirably-adapted for invalids as well 3.3 for persons in. health. - Sold by Grocers everywhere. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. K REMEMBER LIN C IS THE NAME OF THAT Wonderful Remedy That Cures CATARRH, HAY-FEVER, COLO in the HEAD, SORE THROAT, CANKER, and BRONCHITIS," - W Price S1.00. Pint ;Bpttles, For Sale by leading Druggists. PREPARED ONLY ET Klinck Catarrh & Bronchial Remedy Co, 62 j*.CKSC"'ST.. CHICAGO. IU> PERFECT TOUNO, Middlo-mced and Elderly men wlio are .offering from Iho -uffecM ol joutUfKl fol)le» or,e£ censes o£-miiturer ye»n, und now tod theIr.mMlJ- rlRor decreimed ana who Rre troubled wltn wrnble dralnsand IC3fles,you can bepennan«nt.yrCFlore<l to PKKFBCT 3ttAjnBTOOl>. »t home, wit year's pri . Nervooi tind Special Dlsetwe. 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