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Some of the Humorous Sayings of the Press
Of the Country.
Priest Tell me, Murphy, how came
you by that black eye? Were you fight
Murphy "Well, indade, I won't decave
yer riverence. Mick O'Flarhety and
myself had a little difference; but, sure,
if yer riverence only seen Mick's eye
now, throth you'd say there was nothing
wrong with mine at all at all.
What He Thought It Was.
New York Morning Journal,
"So you want to know what a Ker
mes8 is, do you?" said a father to his son.
"If you please, papa."
"Well, a Kermess is a sort of a fair and
festival for the benefit of some charita
ble organization .''
"Do they fight for money, papa?"
"Why, not exactly. What makes you
ask such a qestion?"
" 'Cause I thought a cur-mess was a
kind of a dog-fight, papa."
Good Grounds for Divorce.
First Boston man I hear that Mr. De
Latin has got a divorce from his pretty
Second Boston man Yes, that's so;
saw it in the paper.
"Wasn't she a Boston girl?"
"No, she came from another part of the
"Well, what was the matter?"
"I don't know. Maybe she refused to
have pies for breakfast."
A Cautious Man.
He was a mathematical cuss, and al
ways engaged in making intricate calcu
lations on paper. The marriage was
to take place on Friday but he suggested
to his prospective mother-in-law that it
had better take place on Thursday.
"Why do you wish it changed?" she
"Well," said he, "I have been making
a calculation, and I find that my silver
wedding will come on Saturday evening,
and that would never do, as that is the
evening I have to go to the lodge."
The New Terslon Revised.
"I do not like the new version of the
Old Testament," said Smith, "particular
ly passages in Isiah."
"What is the matter with it?" asked
"It don't render it correctly. For in
stance, take this passage: 'He was af
flicted, yet he opened not his mouth.'
That is incorrect."
"Well, John, how should it read?"
"Why, it should read: 'He was af
flicted because he could not make his
wife shut her mouth." '
Hostilities began immediately.
"Colonel" said De Fidgett to me the
other day, "the publishers have just
finished my book: can't I sell you one?
It is just what you need. Finely illustrat
ed, and entertaining to old and young."
"What is the title?"
"The Mule in All Ages."
"A sort of a family history, eh ?"
"That depends, sir upon what sort of a
family a man belongs to. Now, you "
De idgett may not have intended to
be pe sonal, but having other engage
ments to fill I walked away, wearing a
haughty air which my friends say is a
perfect fit, before he had finished.
He Shouldn't go to France.
A member of the Illinois legislature,
who is so full of conceit that his "bump"
of egotism sticks up through his hat like
a lightning-rod, remarked to another
"I do wish we could adjourn. I want
to go to Europe."
"What countries will you visit?" in
quired his friend.
"All of them."
"What! You surely won't dare to visit
"Certainly I will. Why not?"
"Because the French people eat jack
asses." How Ho Won Her.
A young editor, bright, poor and pun
sterious, had won the afiections of a rich
man's daughter, and they fixed a day
for him to call on the father, and on that
day he was promptly in the old gentle
"Good morning, sir," he said, confi
dently, ready to run, "I have called on a
"We don't want any advertising to
day," interrupted the old gentleman,
looking up over his glasses.
"I'nfnot on that business, sir. I came
to ask you for your daughter."
"What do you want with her?"
"For better or worse."
"What does the girl say?"
"She says Bhe will be my wife."
"Ugh! Uou haven't got a cent in the
world, have you?"
"Yes, sir. She gave me assent, and if
you do the same, that will make two, and
we can buy a postage stamp and write to
you for the balance of our salary."
It was a wretched attempt, but he got
A Man of Honor.
Colonel Griggleson, by the unhesitat
ing manner by which He has purchased
goods on credit, and by the hesitating
manner in which he has paid for them,
fails to occupy a place among the fortu
nate class of men known as "good custo
mers." The other day, just after the colonel
had ordered several articles to be sent
up to his house, the inerchant of whom
he had ordered the articles, said:
"Colonel, I would like the best in the
world to favor you, but -I really can't
carry you any longer."
"By the way, that reminds me of a
joke I heard in Washington last" .
"Never mind about Washington. I
can't afford to let you have the goods.
You owe me a hundred and fifty dollars
"My dear friend," said the colonel,
lighting a cigar, "do you suppose I can,
injustice to my honor, afford to pay a
man who refuses to trust me? I may be
peculiar, but I can't help it. My father
was very much the same way. Don't
remember the old gentleman, do you?
You would have liked him. Wish you
-would send these things up as soon as
jrou can. Good morning!"
A Mad Dentist.
There is in Bloomington a dentist who
is so angry that he does not know to a
certainty whether he should look down
or up to see his head. He is looking for
the artist who painted his sign, with a
shot-gun, and if he finds him the proba
bilities are that he will make a job for
the coroner. The trouble all came about
in this way: An old farmer entered his
sanctum last week and asked:
"Say! how d'ye sell seed-corn?"
"Seed-cornl" exclaimed the dentist.
"That is what I said."
"Why, I dont sell it at all."
Come, come!" cried the old farmer. "I
ain't foolin', I want yer to understand. I
want ten or twelve bushels of the best
"But, my friend, I do not sell seed-corn
at all. I never sold a bushel of corn in
all my life."
"Then you better take in your sign,"
and the old man went out huffy, while
the dentist critically examined his sign
and saw that it was difficult to ascertain
whether a set of teeth or an ear of corn
decorated its brilliant face. He was un
able to determine the matter himself,
and now he wants to interview the de
signer and delineator.
No Cause for Alarin.
Mrs. DeBlank: "Oh! Henry, you must
send for the doctor at once. I believe I
am getting the dropsy. Now don't delay
Mr. DeBlank: "Why, what put that
idea into your head?"'
"Dear me! will you never be satisfied
that what I say is true? I got weighed to
day, and oh, it's awful! I weighed 500
"Great St. George! Where did you get
"Around at your coal yard."
"Calm yourself, my dear. Your
weight is exactly 180 pounds.
What Alarmed the Husband.
Christian at Work.
There was one married man gotscared
the other night. He sent out a note to
his wife about 9 o'clock to say that he
would not be home until late. The mes
senger boy, when he delivered the note,
happened to mention that he had gone
to the wrong house and had been very
wrathfully treated by a man for disturb
ing him. The wife read the note, which
was on a scrap of paper. She thought a
'Til give you fcur bits if you'll take
this note back and tell that story with
out saying you came here. Don't say it
was the wrong number."
The boy found the husband.
"Well, why do you bring this back?"
"They wouldn't take it, sir. A man
came to the door and told me to go to the
"All right. Get out."
The husband turned up quite early.
He looked at his wife.
"I sent you a note, but the boy must
have taken it to the wrong house."
"I suppose so," said the wife, innocent
ly; "I haven't got it."
And that man was dying to find out
whether anybody had called, but he was
afraid to ask.
FARM. AND HOUSEHOLD.
Hints That Will he Found Useful to the
Farmer and His Family. J
A. nice way to cook fish is to steam it
till tender, remove the bones, and scatter
pepper and salt over it. Serve with a
sauce made of milk thickened with flour,
with one or two hard-boiled eggs chipped
and mixed with it, and a little parsley
Soup may be made of chicken broth;
that is, the water in which chicken has
been boiled. It must be highly seasoned
tomatoes are an excellent addition; a
small onion sliced very thin and plenty
of pepper and salt, with a small lump of
butter are needed also.
Nut Cake Two eggs, one-half cup of
butter, one cop of sugar, one-half cup of
cold water, one and a half cups of flour,
one cupful of nuVkernels freed from bits
of shell and rolled in flour. If almonds
be used blanch them, let them get cold
and cut small with a sharp knife. White
or English walnuts must be cut each in
to several pieces. Mix as with cup cake,
the water taking the place of milk, and
the nuts going in last. Bake in small tins
or in one loaf in a steady oven.
Veal Cream Soup Boil the remnants
of a roast of veal until the meat falls
from the bones. Strain and cool. The
next day put on to boil with a slice of
onion and one-third of a cupful of raw
rice. Let it simmer slowly for an hour.
Add salt and pepper to taste. Just be
fore serving add one cupful of rich milk,
or cream if you have it, heated on a
Alsyke, or perennial clover, has
fibrous roots and globular heads. It
bears a strorg resemblance to white clo
ver, and may be considered as a large
variety of that class. Its advantages are
its perennial or permanent character, its
hardiness, as no winter seems to kill it
its capability of resisting extremes of
drought and wet, its greater weight of
herbage during an entire season with a
certainty, when some other kinds fail.
Its power of production is great, and it is
adapted to some soils that are net fitted
for other clovers at all. It should be
sown in the spring like other clover, at
the rate of four pounds of seed per acre,
when sown with wheat or barley. It is
not as coarse for hay ae red clover,yields
well, and seems to give satisfaction to
those who have gr-jwn it. As a honey
plant it is unrivaled.
A correspondent of the Germantown
Telegraph says the rotting of celery is due
to several causes. One of these is a very
rank growth just before trenching in the
fall; another that sometimes the ground
is so dry at trenching time that the cel
ery wilts and decays instead of growing;
a third is digging too early or cover
ing the trenches too soon. Celery should
never be lifted until there is danger of
its being frozen. No slight frost will
hurt it; rive or ten degrees will not in
jure it unless very soft indeed. But a
frost that will fasten it in the ground so
that it cannot be dug out will kill it.
There is no need usually for covering
against frost until three or four weeks
after it has been put away, and the cov
ering should be gradually applied and
of a kind that will lie on it lightly.
The Dairt says: Small cows are some
times thought desirable for family use.
The small rough Shetland cow is now
proposed as a subject for importation
and booming. This cow has no claims
we should respect. It is a creature of
untoward enviromenta and hard fortune.
It was bornof sorrow and grief, and
reared in misery and starvation upon
stormswept rocks and moors where no
tree can survive, and where the coarse
heather is its bed and food, and the lee
side of a rock its shelter. It is small;
very small; thirty inches high or there
abouts; but where a goat can be kept
this would make a better family cow
than the Shetland. There is some
poetry in this, but more truth. But we
should not be surprised that it got an
importation boom all the same.
There is no worse mistake made on
he average farm of to-day, says the Can
adian Farmers' Advocate, than the prema
ture breeding of cattle, hogs and sheep.
A rule which would do much toward
solving the many questions of how to
keep our animals in perfectly healthy
condition, and how to ward off diseases
which, when they have taken hold, are
almost impossible to treat successfully
a rule which would solve these and many
more, would be never to allow an animal
to breed till it has attained its full devel
opment. L;ke surely begets like; and if
an immature sire is employed, strong,
vigorous offspring cannot reasonably be
expected. The sire may be of the finest
breeding, but it cannot impart qualities
which it does not possess; and no animal,
however fine, can possess the requisite
qualities of a breeder until the vigor
which only full development can give is
One of the puzzles to many farmers'
boys has always been where the success
ive crops of stones come from. No mat
ter how often or thoroughly the stones
were hand-picked, every plowing brings
to the surface a new supply. It seemed
to us in boyhood that there was no end
to stones, and fairly seemed to justify the
general belief among boys that "stones
grew." The truth is that plowing opens
the soil so that frost penetrates more
deeply. The stones being larger par
ticles of soil settle under them as they
are lifted bv frost, gradually raising them
till they come within reach of the plow.
On hilly land some of the surface soil is
washed away when loosened by the
plow, leaving more stones within its
reach, and in any cultivated soil there is
generally a gradual waste of vegetable
matter, which, of course, leaves the
stones nearer the surface. American Cul
tivator. Indian Pudding. Heat one quart of
sweet milk, and into this stir three
tablespoonfuls of Indian meal which you
have put through ydur flour sifter your
self. Stir constantly. Let this cook
slowly for fifteen minutes. Meanwhile,
in the intervals of stirring, beat three
eggs lightly, add a teaspoonful of fat,
half a cup of sugar, a tablespoonful of
butter and half a teaspoonful of ginger;
stir these all gradually in with the
milk and meal. Put all while hot into
an earthen dish, and bake in a moder
ate oven for an hour. Serve with any
sauce that you prefer. A spicy flavor is
thought to be the most suitable for this
pudding, though lemon or brandy may
If a dairyman wishes to insure a clean
stable and comfort for his cattle in win
ter, we know of no better way to do so
than to bed down his stock with black
muck from the swamps and ditches. It
mixes well with the manure, and makes
one of the most valuable composts. Be
sides its intrinsic value, cattle bedded
down once a week with it would be all
that is required. It would save labor in
cleaning the stables, which ordinarily is
done daily, and would leave the cattle
in a much cleaner and healthier condi
tion where the ammonia is absorbed
than when left neglected to wallow in
their own excretions. A few loads of
dry muck placed under shelter, conven
ient to the cow stables, would add great
ly to the manure heap and general thrift
of the farm. This is the experience of
those who have tried it, and all should
do so wherever practicable. Orange
Cocoanut Custard Make a good boil
ed custard, flavor with one teaspoonful
of bitter-almond essence, grate a cocoanut,
and when the custard is quite cold (it
should be poured when warm into a glass
bowl), strew the cocoanut on top. Sift
white sugar over this.
Something thai will quiet the nerves,
give strength to the body, induce refresh
ing sleep, improve the quality of the
blood, and purify and brighten the com
plexion, is what many persons would be
very glad to obtain. Carter's Iron Pills
are made for exactly this class of trou
bles, and are remarkably successful in
accomplishing the ends desired, as
named above. They are useful for both
men and women. Sold by druggists.
Price 60 cents a box. See advertisement.
Great Piano Powers.
"What do you think of my daughter's
playing?" asked Mrs. Matherwort. "I
think, madam, that she is very skillful."
Mrs. M "0. you flatterer?" Prof. Sharpe
"Not at all madam; she is very skillful.
She has great power with the piano.
Not half the time can I tell what she is
playing. Oh, madam, she has marvelous
power, I assure you.""
Breast of Lamb Filleted. Skewer
two lean breasts of lamb together, stew
them very gently in a quart of water
with three onions.one carrot and a bunch
of herbs, until tender; take out the
bones, place the meat between two
dishes to get cold; when cold cut into
slices about an inch thick, dip them in
eggs, then sprinkle with chopped parsley
and bread-crumbs; fry a nice brown and
serve on mashed potatoes.
The use of Ely's Cream Balm,a cure for
Catarrh, Hay Jfever and Cold in Head, la at
tended with no pain, annoyance or dread,
which can be said of no other remedy. It is
not a liquid or muff, but is easily applied
with the finger. It affords instant relief,
and curea where doctors have failed. All
druggists have it. Price 50 cents.
During cold weather the water used
for watering house plants should be
tepid. It is highly injurious to give the
house plants a sprinkling of very cold
Ely Bros.: I have used two bottles of your
Cream Balm for catarrh since December.
A sore in my nostril the cause of much
suffering has entirely healed; have used
no other medicine. This spring I feel bet
ter, can walk and work with more ease than
I have in any spring since 1861. Mary E.
Ware, Hopefal, Va.
There is more drunkness in New
York at present than has ever been
Thayer has a zouave company.
Chinamen on the Columbia river
pub up saimon at z cents a case.
'Bough on Itch" cures humor, erup
tions, ring worm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted
Two hunters killed five bears on the
head-waters of the Little Black river,
Montana, in less than a week, recently.
The stockmen of that section have stand
ing rewards of $50 per head for
Ladies who would retain freshness and
vivacity, don't fail to try Well's "Health
At Stafford a brakeman on an Atchi
son, Topeka & Santa Fe train attempted
to put off a tramp, whereupon the rag
muffin put a pistol to the brakeman's
breast, and fired. Fortunately the ball
glanced on a rib, and the brakeman
knocked the tramp down, and turned
him over to the authorities.
My hearing, which has been very defect
ive for years, has greatly improved since I
have been using Ely's Cream Balm, and I
feel quite confident that a permanent cure
will be effected. Ber. B. E. Mayo, Table
Book, Pawnee county, Nebraska.
The number of degrees conferred at
Yale this year was 275; at Harvard, 2S6.
"When Baby was dole, we gar her Cartoria
When she was a Child, she cried for Caatoria,
"When aha became MLu, she clang to Cutorla,
"Whan the had Children, ska ga'Ve than Castodst
A Siarra county, California miner
pulverized portionBof old judgs and had
it assayed, with the result tbat one as
sayer reported thirty ounces of silver to
the ton, while another gave $1 in gold
l H. FELCH Rockford, 111., says he finds Vet-
erinary C&rbolltalve unequalled for the cure
of cuts, galls, and scratches, and the longer !
uses it the better he likes it as a remedy for gener
al stable use.
The Massachusetts legislature has
appropriated $2,000 to be expendod
through the state cattle commissioner, in
investigating the matter of abortion in
cows, its causes, its prevention, and its
effect upon the healthfulness of milk as
an article of food.
Those Complaining- of Sore Throat
or Hoarseness should use Bsown's Bbon
chial Tboches. The effect is extraordi
nary, particularly when used by singers
and speakers for clearing the voice.
There are five hundred empty dwelling-houses
in Los Angeles, Cal.
"Bough on Files.
Cures piles or hemmorhoids, itching, pro
truding, bleeding, internal or other. In
ternal and external remedy in each pack
age. Sure cure, 69c. Druggists.
An Oregon paper offers a prize
the best written love-letter.
Rheumatism, lieuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Stor Xhroat,SweIllnM.Spraf n,Bruiae,
Burns, Scalds, Frost Bites,
AITD ALL OTHER BODILT FAIKS AplS.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere. Fifty Cents a bottle.
Directions lull Languages.
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tem of the polaonona humors that develop in
tying away ailpolsonona matter and re-
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THOUSANDS OF CASES
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bearing a red tin tag ; Uint Lcrillard'
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NaTT Clipping", and that Lorillard's Snuiin, an
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when applied lato the not trils
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cleansing the head of catarrh
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cratioas. Italia; infl mm
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heals tha sores aad reaotorer
tha tenses of tasta, smell sad
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A fsw applications rcliere.
A. thorough treatment will
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Lookinjc on the woodland nmjul VMSk
dumps of rhododendron and gnat
wiaiaaoflaay blosawmalll Then wafl
an interesting group.
It included one Who had been a "cotton ,
spinner," but was now eo
That he could only bear to lie im a re
This refers to my case.
I was first attacked twely years ago
with "Locomotor Ataxy"
(A paralytic disease of atm tate rarely arts
And was for several years barely able
to get about.
And for the last five years not able to
attend to my business, although
If any things have beea dona for me.
The last experiment bains; nerre stratcalnc.
Two years ago I was Toted Into the
Home for Incurables! Near Manches
ter, in May, 1882.
I am no "Advocate"; "For anything in
the shape of patent" Medicines?
And made my objections to my dear
wife's constant urging to try Hop Bitters,
but finally to pacify her
I had not quite finished the first bot
tle when I felt a change come over me.
This was Saturday, November 3rd. On
Sunday morning I felt eo strong I said
to mo room companions, "I was sure I
So started across the floor and back.
I hardly knew how to contain myself. I was
all over the house. I am gaining strenglh eaca
day, and can walk quite safe without any
I am now at my own house and hope soon to be
able to earn my own living again. 1 hay bean a
member of the Manchester
For nearly tnirty years, and was most heartily
con9ratulated on going into the room on Thais
day last. Very gratefully yours,
Manchester, (Eng.) Dec. 24. 1888.
Two years later am perfectly weu.
Proseonta the Swindlers.
If when yon call for Hop Bitters (fee green clus
ter qf Hop on the white tabel) the druggist hands
out any stuff called C. D. Warner's German Hop
Bitters, or with other '-Hop" name, refuse it ana
shun that druggist as you would a Tlpen and if ha
has taken your money for tha stuff indict him
for the fraud and sue him for damages for tha
swindle, and we will reward yon liberally for the
aUfOFRAN, - Proprktorj
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reed koswa. Are great
layers, good siothera,
matare early, hand
sosaa ptamatce. laraje
size. My flock is train
best strains In this
soaatry. I breed no oth
er Tariety. Eggs for
aettiaa; fl3) 91M. Ka-
eloss stamp for air
Dyspeptics and others not sick enough to be In
bed, but just in that condition when nothlna caa
be fully enjoyed, should adopt Ridge's ood as a
dally diet It will accomplish the desired result!
namely, strength without taxing the digestive or
gans. In sickness Kldge's Food Is invaluable.
For table use it is delicious for Puddings, Cus
tards, Blanc Mange, eta
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY,
Kidney-Wort is the most suoeessfal remedy
Xerernsed." Dr. P. C. Baltou, Hbnkton, Vt.
".Kidney-Wort is always reliable.'
Dr. B. 2T. Clark, So. Hero, Vt.
"KUney-Wort has cured my -wife after two years
anflfcatng." th- n. tr. Bnmwi Him twi, n.,
IN THOUSANDS OP CASES
It has cared where all else had failed. It la mild,
but efficient, CERTAIN IN ITS ACTI0X, bu t
harmless in all cases.
ares New Life to all the Important organs of
the body. The natural action of the Kidneys la
zcBwrea. -xbb iavcr is oieansea or ail disease,
and tha Bowels more freely and healthfully.
In this way the worst diseases are eradicated
from the system. m
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will ssTsr fail. Ws perticafcrly iariU the attsatloa at
saysieiaas to its amita.
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