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COUNTRY LIFE AND WORK.
They ain't B sty )e about'em,
And they're Bort o'pale and faded
Yit the doorway here without 'cm
Would be lonesomer, and shaded
With a good' eal blacker shadder
Than the mornin' glories makes,
And the sunshine would look sadder
tfor their good, old fashioned sakes.
I like' em* cause they kind o'
fciort o' make a feller like* em
And I tell you, when I find a
Bunch out Whur th^sun kin strike' an,
It alius sets me thinkil?
O'the ones' at used to grow,
And peek in thro tho chinkin*
O' the cabin, don't you know.
And then I think o' mother,
And how she used to love' em,
When they wasn't any other,
'Less They found' em ur above' em!
And heT eyes, afore Btae shut* em'
Whispered with a smile, and said,
We must pluck a buuch aed put' em
la her hand when she was dead.
But, as I was a sayin'.
They ain't no style about' em
Very gaudy ordisplayin',
But I uldn't be wuhout' em,
'Cause I'm happier in these posies
And the holly hawk* and elch
Than the huxnmlu' bud, at noses
In the roses of the rich
James Whitecomb Biley.
Therepoit of the Depaitment of
AgiiGtilture for January and February
on nunibeis and values of farm ani
mals is lntei eating in many respects.
The lepoit i especially valuable in the
Jnforrn ition that stock farming is re
ten ing more and more attention as
being the basis of all agriculture. The
reason 13 that an inciea&e in live stock
moms an mclease in pastures and
meadow s, and in the capability of feed
ing, not only the hay and grass, but
also the coarse giains at hand. The
le-iluation of this fact year by year,
e&petiall) South, will add largely to
the capabilities of production. It will
inciease the quantity of manurethe
life of the boil to be applied to the
acres cultivated in crops.
Tho ievised census of live stock
fiom the beginning of 1887 shows that
we we in the United States and Ter
utoiies 12,496,774 hoi sesvalued at$109,
685,755, and average of $72.15 each.,
mules, 2,117,141, il ued at $167,057,-
.3*8, aveiaging $78,91. Of milch cows
we have 14,522,083, woith $878*789,-
589, i aveiage of $26,08 each. Of
oxen and othei cattle there aie33,511,-
750, of a value of $6S3,137,926, or
woith $10,78each, a total of 48,038,-
833 heid, woith $1,042,927,515. Of
.shtep there aie 44,759,314 woith
$89,872,839, or $2.01 each. Hogs foot
up 44,612,839 head.valued at $200,084,-
291, or $4 48 each The sum total of
the live stock of the country may
Ihereiore be estimated at a gross value
of $2,401,586,938 for everything, old
Man never appieciates his inferiority
to woman so thoioughly as when he
etaniU befoie the altai in the presence
of an audience of fi lends, and hears the
clcig\man mako him a husband. Nine
men out of ten such a position
tiemblo as if they weio about to be ar
rested for minder, while nine out of
ten women go tlnough the ceremony
as gi acefully and as composedly as if
it were an evei} day occurence. And
it tins timoious quivering creature
in a diess suit that piomises to protect
the calm and placid angel whose orange
blossoms are her aureole. What
delightful sarcasm there is in the
And in after life, when the husband
gets torn up bj care, and when a little
troublo comes to steal away his peace
of mind, how is it then? The woman
who he promises to protect becomes his
protector She sees sunshine through
the clouds. She smooths out the
wimklcd blow of care. She puts new
life into his bosom new hope into his
soul, and he goes foith in the morning
with new sfcienght and new zeal to
wiotle with life and itsiesponsibilities.
Woman may be the weaker vessel,
but she l-sii't broken up and doesn't go
to pieces as soon as man.
HOW IT WAS DONE.
One of the greatest and best men on
this continent explains how it was that
he, laised upon the faim, never thought
of look.ng for anything better than
faim life. While yet a small boy his
fathei oai him a pig to be entirely his
own This he caied far until ready for
rnai ket, when it was sold and the money
lecuvcd wis handed o\ei as his special
piojuh The money was invested in
otlu 1 aiticles of live stock, with the
undi 1st uuling that the boy must sup
poit tlitm b\ his own labor, performed
at odd momenta jlns he did, withde
lioht until ho was age, when he found
hinisclt 111 possession of quite a respect
able stall' md it ga\e him, up to the
time of becoming his own man, so
pic is mt a lite on the farm that he nev
ei ft It the slightest desue to change it
for 'in thing better, in fact there was
nothing butter tosehange it to
MANAGING 10R iGGS.
In 1 elation to failures in the care of
fow Is, the Dakota farmer says: When
the poult man has made his prepara
tions md begun his operations, he is
oiten disappointed at not receiving a
f'liv l'ctiu in eggs for the attention and
caie bestowed The majority of fail
uiesaiise with those who have given
the fowls dll the} can eat, with a liberal
supph oi giouncl oyster-shells, ground
bone, giavel, fresh water, and green
food, no eggs lewaid the peisevering
poultiyman The cause of failure is
that the hens aie overfed. It is always
a mistake to keep food before them, and,
though a \ai\oty should be given, care
must be exercised not to feed a full meal
except at night If the food is so given
that the hens will not bo satisfied with
the quality they have leceived they will
hunt for moie, and keep busily at work.
This a\ouls idleness and prevents them
ftorn pulling teatheisor becoming too
taL In the morning the soft food may
bo given, but it i best not tb give quite
enough rather than a full allowance.
Then scattei a fow grains in cut straw,
dut, or litter, and let them go to work
snatching. At night give a full meal.
By keeping tho hens warm, busy, and
in moderate condition they will lay
A cheap and nice way to make oyster
fritters is as follows. Buy a do/sen
ovstcis with all the juice, and a little
extra if possible. Mix a quart of flour,
a cup of milkbuttermilk is the best
-two eggs and a pinch of salt into a
stiff batter, using the oyster juice in
stead of water until it is all gone.
Then use what water is necessary,
Chop tho oysters fine and add last.
Try in oblong cakes, Apple fritters
are made in the same way only six
apples are sufficient. This makes an
economical dish for lunch or break
A gentleman near Leeds has jnst
made an experiment in mushroom
growing, with remarkable success.
He planted 164 yards of manure, which
was lying idle, with mushroom spawn,
at a total expense, including the esti
mated value of the manure and the
rent of the land, of $260. From some
unexplained cause, forty-two yards of
the manure beds failed to yield, but
the crop from the remaining 122 yards
was sold for $530. He thus cleared a
profit of $270, or rather more than
100 per cent. The price obtained for
the mushrooms varied from eight to
thirty six cents per pound, but the
average was about sixteen cents.
THE SCTAP BOOK.
One or two really fine jewels are iu
far bettar taste than a quantity of medio
Teaspoonful of turpentine, boiled
with your white clothes, will greatly aid
the whitening process.
A dart? thin stuff is infinitely cheaper
than the cheapest pale material, though
its original cost be" double.
Kerosene will soften boots and shoes
that have been hardened by water, and
will render them pliable as new,
A purposeless chaos of millinery is
not beautiful from an artistio point of
view, and probably mischievous from a
It is the appearance of goods that
sells them. Nice, large, fat, plump
white turkeys, ducks, chicks, or geese
always bring outside prices.
Antique lace will last forever, re-mend
and reclean it as much as you please.
Being yellow, instead of snow white,
it scarcely ever shows dirt. Modern lace,
however good or costly, soon wears
It is said there are over 2,000 varie
ties of the apple oultivated in Europe,
its growth extending from thirty
eight to sixty degrees, though the best
fruit is grown between the thirty-eighth
parallel and the forty-second.
If the wool of sheep becomes wet it
dries very slowly and only by chilling
the animal through. Shelter from
rain and snow, especially the former,
is therefore more important than pro
tection from cold, If a sheep is
chilled so as to give it cold or fever, the
fibre of the wool is injured.
Potatoes do well on corn land that
has been manured for the corn crop.
Good sod land can also be used. A
deep mellow seed-bed should be secured
bv deep plowing and thorough pulver
izing. Manure and moisture are es
sentials. Old stable manure can be
plowed in. Some of the best crops are
raised with commercial fertilizers.
The Dead Cardinal.
Ludovico Jacobini, Cardinal Priest of
the Holj Roman Church, was born at
Albano, May 6, 1832 In 1862 Pius IX
made him one of the Prelati Domestici
and one of the tteieiendaries of the
Segnatara. Soon afterwards he was
made Secretai% oi that Section of the
Congregation do Propaganda Fide
which is chai god A\ ith the special su
pervision of the affairs of the Eastern
churehes. He was subsequently ap
pointed one of the "Consultors" of the
Propaganda, and his particular duty
was to examine and report upon the
decrees and ordinances of provincial
synods In 1867 he was made a mem
ber of the Preparatory Commission
charged with examining and ai*ranging
the business to be brought before the
projected Vatican Council. When, in
1874, the Nuncio at Vienna, Falcinelli
Antoniacci, was created Cardinal and
withdrew from his post Mgr. Jacobmi
was chosen by Pius IX. to succeed to
the vacancy, which was at the time a
position of no small difficulty.
According to custom he received
episcopal consecration with the title of
Archbishop of Thessalonica in partibus
infidelium, and was accredited to the
court of Vienna, where he remained
until October, 1880. Sept. 19, 1879. he
was cieated Cardinal, but it was judgd
desirable that he should continue at the
Austiian Capital in older to carry on
the negotiations commenced some time
previously with Germany aid Russia,
and also to legulate the new ecelesias
iical arrangements for Bosnia and
Herzegovina. But in conformity with
the strict etiquet of the Papal Court,
which forbids a Cardinal to hold the
inferior rank of Nuncio, CardinalJacob
ini, after his elevation to the purple,
bore the title of Pro-Nuncio. His
Eminence was recalled from Vienna in
October, 1880, and appointed by Leo
XIH, to the office of Papal Secretary of
State, in succession to Cardinal Nina.]
me KJng r Denmark is truly a paternal
monarch. Finding that during the recent
severe weather the royal foot guards were
suffering greatly from colds and coughs,
this good old gentleman ordered a supply
of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for them and new
the sentries axe haumr.
Physical Problems of Snow.
A recent writer in Popular Science
News has called attention to some of
the remarkable physical problems snow
presents. Rain in falling runs rapidly
away, but snow accumulates upon the
giound. It is difficult to understand
how this immense weight can be sim
ply held up in the atmosphere. Every
cubic foot of snow is condensed from
l,72mbi feet of vapor. In the con
densation a large amount of latent
heat is changed to sensible heat. One
pound of vapor in being condensed to
"water evolves enough heat to raise
one pound of water from0 to 972
F., and an additional amount is thrown
out in conveiting water to ice. This
accounts for the warming of the at
mosphere during a snow-storm and
even if no warmth may be felt by us,
the heat is expended in the superior
layers of the atmosphere. The same
writer asserts that so far as heating
power is concerned, there is as much
heat developed during a snow-storm as
would be in an equal weight of red-hot
"Oiitt AFTER frJEATH."
WHAT WOlTDERS THE MICBOSCOPJB
HAS DONE FOJS US.
"Longer Obliged to Die, to Find Out
What's Killing Us.,"
One of the leading scientific publica
cations states that many people are now
using the microscope to discover the
real cause of disease in the system, and
to detect adulterations of food and
This wonderful instrument has saved
many a life. A microscopical test
shows, for instance, the presence of
albumen, or the life of the blood, in
certain derangements of the kidneys,
but medicine does not tell us. how far
advanced the derangement is, or wheth
er it shall prove fatal.
The microscope, hovwever, gives ua
disease, which so many peo-
cian looks for the development of al
most any disease the system is heir to,
and anyindication#of Bnghfs disease,
which has no sympuums of its own and
cannot be full) recognized except by the
microseope, he looks upon with alarm.
This disease has existed for more
than 2,000 yeajrs. It is only until re
cently that the microscope has revealed
to us its universal prevalence and
fatal character. Persons W/ho formerly
died of what was called general debility,
nervous breakdown, dropsy*, paralysis,
heart disease, rheumatism, apoplexy,
etc., are now known to have really
died of kidney disease, because, had
there been no disorder of the kidneys,
the chances are that the effect from
which they died would never have ex
ple dread, was not fully known until
the microscope revealed its character
istics. It greatly aids the physician,
skilled in its use, in determining how far
disease has advanced, and gives a full
er idea of the true structure of the kid
A noted German scholar recently
discovered that by the* aid of the mi
croscope, the physician can tell if there
is a tumor forming iu the system, and
if certain appearanoes are seen in the
fluids passed it it, proof positive that
tlie tumor is to be a malignant one. trolled by private companies. Para-
lf any derangement f the kidneys is guay has forty-five miles of railroad,
detected by the microscope, the physi-,and Peru 1,560, Uruguay 270, and
As the woild becomes better acquaint
ed with the importance of the kidneys
in the human economy by the aid of the
microscope, there is greater alarm
spread through the communities con
cerning it, and this accounts for the
erroneous belief that it is on the in
As yet neither homeopathist nor
allopathist is prepared with a cure foi
deranged kidneys but the world has
long since recognized, and many med
ical gentlemen also recognize and pre
scribe Warner's safe cure for these de
rangements, and admit that it is the
only specific for the common and ad
vanced forms of kidney disorders.
Formerly the true cause of death was
discovered only after death. To day
the microscope shows us, in the water
we pass, the dangerous condition of any
organ in the body, thus enabling us to
treat it promptly and escape premature
As the microscope in the hands oi
laymen has revealed many diseases that
the medical men were not aware of, so
that preparation, like many other dis
coveries in medicine and science, was
found out by laymen, outside the medi
cal code consequently it comes very
hard for medical men to indorse and
presciibe it. Nevertheless. Warner's
safe cure continues to grow in popu
larity and the evidences of its effective
ness are seen on every hand.
Some persons claim that the proprie
tors should give the medical profession
the formula of this remedy, if it is such
a "Godsend to humanity,"" and let the
physicians and public judge whether or
not it be so recognized.
We, however, do not blame them for
not publishing the formula, even to get
the recognition of the medical profes
sion. The standing of the men who
manufacture this great remedy is equal
to that of the majority of physicians,
and the reason that some doctors give
for not adopting and prescribing it
viz. that they do not know what its
ingredients aieis absurd.
Mr Warner's statementthat many
of the ingredients are expensive, and
that the desire of the unscrupulous
dealer or piescnber to realize a large
profit from its manufacture by using
cheap or injurious substances for those
ingredients would jeopardize its quality
and reputation and that Warner's safe
cure cannot be made in small quantities
on account of the expensive apparatus
necessary in compounding these in
gredientsseems to us to be a rea
sonable and sufficient one.
The universal testimony of our
friends and neighbors, and the indis
putable evidence that it, and it alone,
has complete mastery over all diseases
of the kidneys, is sufficient explanation
of its extraordinary reputation, and
conclusive proof that it is, perhaps, the
most beneficient discovery known to
scientific medicine since the microscope
revealed to us the all-important nature
of the organs it is designed to reach and
The mail steamship Valpariso, from
Liverpool for Valpariso, was wrecked
off Vigo, Spain. The vessel had on
board 200 passengers, all of whom were,
with the mails, saved.
Are those whom a confirmed tendency to
biliousness, subject to the various and
changeful symptoms indicative of liver
complaint. Nausea, sick headache, consti-
ation furred tongue, an unpleasant
a dull or sharp pain in the neighbor
hood of the affected organ, impurity of the
blood and loss of appetite, signalize it as
one of the most distressing, as it is one of
the most common, of maladies There is,
however, a benign specific for the disease
and all its unpleasant manifestations. It is
the concurrent testimony of the public and
the medical profession, that Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters is a medicine which
achieves results speedily felt, thorough and
benign. Besides rectifying liver disorder,
it invigorates the feeble, conquers kidney
and bladder complaints, and hastens the
convalescence of those recovering from en
feebling diseases. Moreover, it is the grand
specific for fever and ague.
Febiuary27, was the semicentennial
anniversary of the settlement of Elk
-^^sre**w A. Remarkable Case.
TheSistof May, 1883, Marguerite"
Bogenval of Origny, France, went to
sleep, and has not wakened since nor
so much as stirred a finger. She has
been kept alive by the administration
of milk and highly concentrated beef
tea. Despite the most careful attention
of those watehing her, she is now
emaciated to an extreme degree, and
her bones are niercing the skin. She
lies perfectly still and rigid, her eyes
closed, and her teeth set last together.
A peculiarity of the case is that in rais
ing one eyelid and allowing the light to
fall upon the eye, a shudder is noticed,
followed by an immediate lowering of
the eye-lid, or an attempt to do so.
Marguerite's respiration is perfectly
normal in its regularity, and her pulse,
though feeble, is not mu^h below the
ordinary rate of beats.
A bottle of Red Star Cough Cure made
a thorough and permanent cure of a
cold so severe that I could not talk,
says Mr. J. P. Roach, assistant sup
erintendent New York Central Sleeping
South American Railroads.
Brazil has 5,597 miles of railroad.
The Argentine Republic has 3,994
miles, of which nearly half is controlled
by the State and the Province of Buenos
Ayres, the rest being owned by private
companies. Bolivia has twenty-three
miles of raihoad Chili, 1,377. Of the
Chilian railways the State controls
rather more than one-th^rd. The rail
ways of the United States of Colombia
are 140 miles in length, and are con-
Venezuela 372 miles.
Do Not be Alarmed
at the raising of blood from the lungs It
is one of the very earliest symptoms of con
sumption, and only shows the healthy
efforts of the system to throw off the scrof
ulous impurities of the blood which have
resulted in ulceration of the lungs Dr
Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery" is a
positive remedy for consumption at this
stage If taken faithfully, it will cleanse
the blood, heal the ulcersin the lungs, and
build up and renovate the whole system
Young ladies who intend
should study palmistry
ITliea Baby I sh&, we gmv del CasteiM,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castona,
Wfca the had Children, she gave them Castoria,
When a man knows one thing well he is
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Young ladies who intend to teach school
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If afflicted with sore eyes, use Dr. Isaao
Thompson's eye water. Druggists sell it
On the toboggan it is
duces the levity.
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GJCNTXEMEN:About one year ago I
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Druggists of the highest repute Benson
promptly relieve and* cure wliere otheT plasterHSJd
greasy salves, liniments andslotionsr,larme absolutely S?
imitation unde iil^ ^nd S S
names, suchu ae "Capucin" "CaDsicina"
worthles and fetSSed to ^ecS?i
Insan* Parson* Restona'
c*rt fe* Ntrv* Ajftctumt. But, XpUtfsy, tit,
llHPALLIBLBlfUkea directed. NFtt*nful
Yfirst day'* use. Treatise tad trial bottle free
I Fit patients, tbey.paying expresscharget on bos whea
I received. Sead aames, O and expreo address f
JafflUtedta DR KLINE.oy Arch St .Philadelphia. r
1 jji.ii i i
CERMAN ASTHMA CURE
Instantly relieves the most violent attack, sad
fasores corafortable sleep 0 WAJTUie for RK
HGLTS.Being used by inhalation, its action is im
mediate, direct ana certain, and a cure is the
result in all curable eases A. sin&le trial con
vinces the most skeptical. PrioefiOo and $10 0
of any druggist, or by mafl Sample Free for
stamp Dr. SOHIFFMANW.Bt. Il, Mlc
Ono Agent (Merchant only) wanted in every town fop
I like youi"Tanbill Punch cigar very much
and wish to ha\e the e\clusi\esale in this
place, and will do all lean to push them. I
belie\ein advertising, and am taking pains
todistiibute Ihecnculais wheie they will do
the most good Youis Respectfully,
Etuoti, Mansfield, Pa.
Addiess, R. W. TAISMLL & CO., Chicago.
WEAK, NERVOUS PEOPLlf
And others Buffering from
nervous debility, exhausting
[chronic diseases, piemature
decline of young or old are
pobitiveiy cured by Dr
Home's famous Electro
Magnetic Belt. Thousands
^State In the Union have been curtd
instantly felt Paten ted and sold 1 0
family can wear sanre belt Elcttric
suspensories free with male belts Avoid worthless i
itations and bogus companies Electric Trusses for
Rupture 700 cured m'85 Send stamp for pamphlet
DR. W. HORNE, INVENTOR. 191 WABASH AV., CHICACO.
UUKtS WHERE ALL ELSt FAILS, KI
Best Cough Syrup. Tastes good. Use PHI
in time. Sold bv druemsts. Bfl
M SMM F^TION-- &
JUST PATENTED. ENTIRELY NEW.
Waterbury, Conn., The "Switzerland of America,"
produces more wau.be* and Uine indicators yearly than the entire
iroduct of all the watch makiag cities of the United States A lead
manufacturer of this enterprising city has jtut perfected anew
article in thn line, manufactured under letters patent granted in the
United States, Canada and Europe, that is desuned to supercede all
cheap foreign watches, (which, as a rule, cannot be relied upon)and
can be sold at a price that brings it within the reach of all.
The "Sew American" Stem Me? and
a correct illustration of which we show in this advertise
ment, is now ready and bv ordering 1,000 gross
v," have secured the exclusive *a!e of it the Lniied
States sn i Canada. It is a STEM WIUBSB AND
SK.rFT'EJt with Patent Adjustment and uttted
with the flew Patent Stem Windingan Setting
Arrangement found on no other, also tALESMAK
telling correctlv the davs of the month. It has Bunting (uses
beautifully engraved as shown in cut, platen with Pure
old on solid yellow metai (sometimes called Aluminum Gold',)
and in appearance is eimilarto a Solid Gold W atcb coating $100 The
Crystal is Double Thick Poli'hed French Glass and all the cogged
wheels, Pinion and bearings are perfectlv made on themostimproved
and expensive machinery and each pirt is carefully fitted by skilled
and competent orlmen. Each one is carefully inspected, regulated
and tested before leaving the factory, and full} warranted
US for a period O five years, if used with reasonable cue.
SPECIAL 60 DAY OFFER: e^:
lean" Stem Wirder and Setter with Fancy Pattern
Oold. Plated Chain complete, all packed in an Elegant
gatin-Z.ined Case free and po patd on the receipt of only
fell bill, money order, post- DTI A iTTt\ a?TI *^c
tTnoaboTecut is exact pattern and si*c.] fi$3,SS. Watch CO BOStOll, MaSS.
"A MER-FAILING CURE FOR CATARRH."
age stamps or postal note 111 If VIDJjl/ log it will faith
fully promise to show it to their friends anohoneitly endeavor to
influence other sales for us W want to introduce it into
every section the S and Canada a once.
W ho will befirstto secure the agency in their town! We shall not at
pretent offer it for sale by Watchmskers and Jewelers and only one will
be sen to any address ft the wholesale price of $1 We offer 11 at this
price for two months only create a demand. After 60 days
this offer will be withdrawn and the demand supplied at the retail price
by Jewelers We refer to am Bank 'Express Co, or Publisnrr in this
y. S*Onr Illustrated Catalogue of Solid Gold and
Silver Watches from $ 5 KWS. sent free with each
Positi-^ly cure* CATARRH in all its stages, BRONCHITIS. ASTHMA, HAY FEVER, NEXT
RALGIA. HEAD and EAR ACHE and all the affections of the Thioat, Lungs and Air Passa
ges. Appioved by leading Physicians. For sale by Diug Trade generally ana at office. Post
age paid upon receipt ofjjrice, $2 Wxite forjcuculars containing testimonials, ic.
SWARTZ POCKET INHALER CO., St. Paul, Minn ,358 Jackson, S
Tho FISH BBAHDSLICKEBII warranted wat*rprof, sBdVffl k* yoa 4rr
the hardest storm. Ths new POUMEL SUCKER is perfect rials* cost, sat
covers the evtire saddle. Beware of imitations. Hne genolna without the "Ran
Brand" trade-mart. Illnstrsted Catalogue free, i Towat, Boston. Haas.
4 9.^??^ yj iMwraee Policies- Ko Mutual
EMIT STUDY. Secure a BTMIBSM Edncattra
llUiuJJ mail. Bryant's Boa College, ffalo, Y.
TO MS JL JATT Sample worth 1.
FLEE Lines hut uuderihe Uorse'sfeei Writa
BBBWSTttt SintXX BUS U0UKKO.,UoUy,aUh
Wanted Gentlemen and ladies to Learn Tele
graphing. Tuition not paid until position ob.
tamed. Address Dr. valentine's College, 91
Washington St,, Chicago, Ills.
DftTl't, Mfl"PlV ntil yon haveinvestfr
JLJVU JU.ttllJ' gated the benefits of th
Home Endowment Association. Send fot
circular. W. R. Pease, See'y, 425 Templa
Court, Minneapolis, Minn. Agents wanted.
BARMS 1MINHESOTA AM DAKOTA
JL Close to Railroad. Also, unimproved laadt
at low prices and on easy terms. Address
O. V. KINDRED, Brainerd, Mina.
Sprtng Price List ol
iha BIG BOh'ION,
Thousands of Bar
gains. All of our
lines are new, Jret
goods of this season's
promptly filled and
sent by express sub
Ject toappioval and if not entirely satisfact
ory to be I elm ned at our expense, bend for
DB. J. P. BARNTTJM, the welMtnova
Louisville druggist, will tend free t charge on re
quest for it, a circular containing a most Tslusblt
list of superior toilet articles *nd madtcinsJ reme
dies of real ratae. Dr. Barnua Is Professor of
Chemistry la Louisville Seaool ef Pharmacy, aatt
Chemist for 1. sad N. K. R. Ce., aad Americas
Plate Glass Ce He tntkes a specialty of all kinds
ef chemical examinations, ana raters te Courier
Journal Co or say bank in Louisville. Addr*.
P. BARNOM CO.. Louisville, Ky.
The Original and Only denaljB
atefs and always Reliable Beware of Vf erth!_ HSHIWTI
Indispensable to A PIES Ask your Drtsnttat Ss?
"Chichester'sEnftigV'and a*other orGriU.t*
(stamps) to as tor particulars in Utter by retnn
NAME PAPER. Chicheste Clu Chlehesfter Chemica' Osv.
Ustdlaost square, PhlUda^Pss.
Penny royssl Pilla. Take a* UMS.
Mold by Itnurctsttas everywhere. As* Iter "Cklekaat.
The most Elegant Blood Purifier, Liver Invigora
tor, Tome and,Appetizer e\er known. Tho firai
Bitters containing Iron ever advertised in Amenci,
Unprincipled persons are imitatingthe name. loo*
ut for ftauds. See that
the following signature rn &>
Is on every bottle and
take none other
The Greatest Success
NEW UPRIGHT and GRAND
PIANO, just placed before the
public, Entire New Repeating Ac
tion, New Cases, is pronounced
EREftTESS SUCCESS EVER OBTASNED
BY ANYP1AN0 MANUFACTURER.
The new repeating action in
Upright Piano is as Perfect as
the Grand, with equally powerful
tone. Dealers and Profession
pronounce it the
MOST PERFECT AD EVER MADE.
Call and Examine these won
CATALOGUES AND PRICES SENT O N AP
Special Discounts on all Foreign
Music, Sheet Music and
$10 to $25 Per Month.
J-Agents Wanted Everywhere"*
PETERSEN&BLAIKIE, 33 East TIM Street, St Paul
HATTESVIXLE, N. T.,
Gotober la, 1S86.
E. T. HAZEL-mni,
I was taken with a very se
vere cold last Spring, and
tried every eure we bad in the
store, and could get no help.
I had our village doctor pre
scribe for me, but kept getting
worse I saw another physi
cian from Port Jervis, N Y.,
and he tolfi nae he used Piso's
Cure for Cczatunptfcm in his
I bought a bottle, and be
fore I had taken all of it there
wj.* change for the better
TbOail got my employer to
order a quantity- of the medi
cine and keep it in stock. I
took one more bottle, and my
Cough was cured.
PISQ'S CURE FOR:
bUKtb WlitKt ALL U.U tAUS.
BestOotiali Syrup. Tastes good. Use
in tune. Sold bv Anietrinkm-
orvi SUMP T,I ON