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h flniti of thought and fntr ronoelt,
fan-1 ifsninniirhttjiiuhj ftoii
J Hparkl ns raiHiivs (join tho brink
.his i i nr will from wlilch 1 drink.
' Btnliti n. nlilbp rent's skill
-fliimn-1 by omrthln;swDoor still,
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I.io hlil licncatli n bub) hand. '
loop to klM Id dimpled rni.
mm to n ad tny -Inrl hit's fncv,
t mla rnU until e l to Ihb ikxir
Uti hrukt-ii sp-ll which binds no nibro.
Oirlovn'wltl Oprnyerof siititl
l nbrhctt plrtitro pen can painti
M i b n rbythmli rltri nnd full I
My lilllo Imo Is worth you nil.
I or a mrlnjr thouaht nnd wlnirod wont.
Tlinttirrrollir-sk) llko IIirIU of bird,
Vini ii?" ,hF, '"7.' of ' I wen mo re fionr,
Hut Itauv en itself in Willi inelwjrul . i
-Jk Jf?H, liifiW
A I.ITTLU COWAltl).
lint VVH1 Wll.il Ml4 Mnl-ll-ntn l.n.l
ltnlli-il hpr tint mmiiiiirrvvlicu shu trom
bird nml turiicil pnlit bcdiiue tho black
Imnro i cared with her. Slio boirtruil Mr
UMicrt td take lior oir, find Wil hi If'
uJmini..i)gsifoty vvhilo Ajrntlin Muriv "j
omit i ii;t nml rodooll triuiuplinut
diiii no nv unite.
Mil' Was a cotvaril Slin lllll tint ilnnv
It llll'l Mis fiomi tmii'it nri- iniinfi
luatncd of it. llutnooiio had sosjihimI
iiiliul it until Agatha Morinlo came,
h lir-r bold, daiK. oves nnd lior dash
v(i". Iter ridm" and hunting; nnd
rvbody admired Awitlia so Wuth.i
i s.r l.obcrt' fit J,
n'rno t hated Agatha! You sciv
Aritha cmic thpy had begnsn
y at Do JtoM.tt Lltllo orp'.. -wl.i
no Icl'h had naVcr bcon ho
) In licrlifo ns Imro at tlm hntl,
swuit J ndy da Uo.,ott, vvlitt via
juardiaii, nml lior son, Sir ltoliort
y vven; o kind and good to lior.
y )oltod u r and loVutl liar sb. And
Agatha had conic, and for two
ks h id iiinnupulizoilbir Hubert, and
t tho liuue in a turmoil of gaoty,
laughed nt JLina, and made Jior llfo
'n.v g maid reported that cvorjlxxlj
Mr Ilobort was to niairy Miss Mbr-
i, t.iiia minic a sieiu ros.olNO tnat
1. nu'nil (Illlt11tkj 1UII1 IJ1U JIUIL nilljll
I e cut took iJa c. Him awav Mio
' lid tun awa) now1 Not far though
f ywas too much of a coward to vun
Pi I far intrt tho ivnhlil.nloiutr lmt' aim
!v t go aivn across tho fields to
imt Mnnrnrel'a'' nsshoeaind laU'
ltossett g widowed 8lstorin-la. w ho
cil In a finite eomfoi table house a mile
way from tho hall. -
Mrs. Harrington was nn invalid, par-
j is rather a grim o'.d lady, and most
rcre inclined U shuu her, ,but Bwcot,
,oght little Mn.ilind won her way Into
(tip old lady's heart, and was alwajs
icWmo at tho lodge.
cs, sho would run nway to Aunt
AInririirot's, nml tiorhans. hen shn -as
injed, bir Robert luVhl 'feel a ino-
fiieni h uiieasiticss nbbut' her. boixin"
hor lilt nnd a llirlit slianl. alio How nil
jicross tho park, oilllng l.eo.'Sir Kob
ert's pretty colloy, to go with lior. Lina
illd not llko to cross tho fields alone,
being possossed by a great terror of
Lulls; but with Leo alio would not mind
Leo-was calmly t aid tig it n.tp oh tlio
front portico, but ho staitod up and
rnceit n.vjr tier with ajpyous bans. Jut,
Ot tho little I'Stl) tlintlll from llm iinrl-
" 'Jo tho lieliU Lina was greatly disoon-
uonuu uy an unoxpecleil encounter
with fair ltobcrtand Miss Morivalo, who
'WHO lail-rulnx nnd tidUnr nlumr Ihn
aruth, both looking "brTSV aiiit hand-
onio itj (ho golden j-ays of tho sotting
Sho bnishod past thorn with a hasty
"good .moiiing.'1 hut $lrtottnt turned
baik fo speak to hor.
"Wheto tiro j on going, Lina?" ho
uwiTVd(ndJlfct)kiiigSPliliir ' ),
"Mono, Lina? Arc you not afraid?
Jf ou will wait a little wliilo I willo-o
with jou," bir Ilobdrt aid. looking
down kindly nt tho girl's Hushed chcek-t
and averted oyeij.'ii W .0
" No, thanks," Lina ans worod hastily.
I lirlll lint, trmilitn nn Innlll lnLn
cdrd of iuu. And you u'dnkl-'bija'tu fort
dinnor If you w cut with mo.'
"Mtiyl oomu ior you, then, after
dinnar?" Sir Hoboit askod.
" 'i hanks, 1 am not coming bick. I
thill stay all night," was thu hutriod
ijimvur, and Lina turncil to go.
U Jjiit Sir Itobert detained her for a mo
"Linn," Ijp said, In a'ltm tono,
"' 4nnkoHjou avoid mo ho lately?
' liaio I dono to offend Wu?"
a niUod'sser bluo oyes hastily to
for ojio moment, and then dropped
1 hjivu not'nvoided you," sho fahl,
v "You have been vcrv nitich
i nod with oilier people. Uhoro. I
ii not detain vou.
f- 'wavwlhor littlo hnnd haughtly,
mid i alkod away from him Ho watohed
tho protty, w hlto-robcd llguru for a
moiLifit, anil then Leo eamo and fawned
cu hi ii
"Loo, Leo!" railed LIna's volco.
"do, Leo," valdhls master, and tho
ClllPilii tit trn9 ttitfnil ill ilmfi flwi unlli
slier tho girl . . '
i nan in hit iiroiiry ni iuu "Luugu
at evening Mru. ifnrringtou wasjut
viumnr uocause nor tiguin una i.iiion
lall tint il:i to receivo n thousnnd
i'ls that slio tMsiica mm to iioposit
liiy And l'nrklns, nor nurse nml
jnaid, let the maid sorvmilB all go
n f i r iu tho village, "whoro they
brtainly get into miseiiiot," Aim.
I 'lii 'ton said
I 'J vvli
vheu Lina had talked to hor nml
jIt laugh n little, sho forgot her
noes mnl chuttetl nway very
intlv At ten o'clock sho declared
I bad laughed till sho was tired, and
it must givo ncr nor mops nmt tot
I JN lO StOCp
lihero1 tho spoon Is gono. Where
IParklns have put it! Child, would
(Hi ml rimutng uovvn intotno lmmry
i lirliiirmi inn iiAiiinliP 1 uolllil rlmp
'iirKmB. I ut sho told mo sho wnntop
.eltin homo miisiius uu.i ev ouing,
'I would como tin as soon as sho had
l.lna did not altOL'ctlier liko to nass
down (he long stairs nnd silent enUries
If ad) n to the pantry, but sho wont and
Iajo Iret'od after hor. As sho stood In
tho iiantrv, looking around fpr spoons
with no llfilit but a faint gleam from tho
liiill intnpi n sound of low voices caught
The pantrj' Wfts ou U10 ground lloor,
ill Iron barred shutteied window look
ing Into tho garden. Tho sound was
oatsli'i tho window, and Lina paused
tollsU'ii Hi" "rat woitl that caught
bcr startled h r.
A thousand pounds mid nil tho old
woman a Jewelry ami platol" said a
iuan s v 'lee. iu a nusuy uuiieriono.
v ICi ilita iuu iujiij, in it nuui.ui o
oloe tlii' vou-o, Lina know, of Park1-
nil, Mr Ittllilllvuil n iinmiu, nuii.-
Hiiwd. ladv liko nurso "mul thoro
irou't bo iiiiv trouble about it, becnuso
J have let tho women go away to staj
nil night mid sent the garden or on a
fool's iTml to miso' brotbor a tvven-
imilufi , ,
I" lint tins L'irl that came tiulL'!it
Itnt abml lier? ' asked tho man
Oh sh w ill go to h r room pre
l,t , an I Mi) uxen l Mio ts wie
It' 'I is ni bin b n e ai' wj a silly,
fiti 1 tl o Hung ruf in as wen lo
let hor gtt out of tho i , f a.d Pars
" Hut sec hero, Mollv, why not do It
now? Then well hivo tnoro timo to
pet nway boforo daylight," said the
'"I toll you ItU not iafo boforo olovon
o clock." 1'arklns said, posltivoly.
"reoplomiy como In. SI Kobortdoni
llko her out of his sight for long, and
that Idiotic young Mnrsdon may ionic
mooning In. Wait till half-iiaA olovon,
and thowost door horo will bo open.
And, dim, look hero, when ott get this
wag, j ou are to tko mo with vou
Tho voice grow fainter. Evidently
the speakers ware moving away from
tho homo. Hut Lina had heard miough.
Sick with torror, sho lonnod ngalust tho
linntrj- wa'l a iinimoiit and tried to
tlillltr Wlint ill.l It 11 . .) tl-l
.iillix. Illlllb lllll li 1111 IllUillir IIOOV
bory, nuirder! And no belli netir. Hnf
nmt instinct was lo lly out of thojvrfise
and across tho Hold to the halL ittitlior
nbsenco vratihl bo instantly discovered,
sho know, mid then poor Aunt Mar
gin et would Lo nlollo with th(o
wretches. 'No. sho must not go- bM
to stand hctb Idle would bo no good.
Sho How along the halls and til) stairs.
I.oo pa.ing b hor side. At Aunt Mnr.
gnrot's door the patitod, ami a sudilon
thought camo to hoi. Sho would send
Loo liumo for help.
"Whoro Is tho spoon, child? How
long ou staid. (!ood heavensl what
14 tlio matter?" oiled Iho old lady, ns
she saw thu girl'i, while, torriliod fnco.
Lina began somo ovusivo answer, but
Inslnnlly remombereil that Aunt
JIargarct must be told tho vv hoto story
or nothing could bo dono to save hor.
bho did toll It, and ,Atiut Margaret
listened In silunL consternation, and
then burst out Impetuously vvllhi
' (iood lioavous, child' Why don't
you run right homo?"
"llocaiisol knew 1'arklns would bo
tip hero In a fow minutes and llnd 1 was
gono, and thim-siP
"Ah. wou. So vou staved to savo
Itho old woman If ybtt could. What aro
you doing, ennui' wiry Hon t jou lock
tlio door nml puo things ngnlnst 11?
Good God! Jf 1 was lint able to riso
out of (his bod!"
Hut I.hia.dlil not speak for a moment
Siio hail fouudla,puiiull.nud. paper and
wasmprdlyiwriUng afrow wools. When
she had liulshod
"Now," sho said, "whou Parkins
comes tell her 1 nm to sleep on her
couch hero iu jour room, nnd sho must
go.toniewhoro else I will bo back In a
Out of the room sho darted, and down
to tlio hall door, which slio unbarred
nnd passed through. Then, kneeling iu
the shndow of a tillinr on tlio portico,
sho tied tlio noto tightly in her handker
chief round Leo's nock.
Sho put lior arms round his neck after
that, kissed his forehead, and a half-sob
"Is that) ou, miss?" said a smooth
olco from Mio ball. "Whv, whatever
ara vou jl(Ing In tlip datk Oibio?"
. LTua' sprang upt as if tho had been
" I am sending tho dog home," sho
said, spenkiiigoiiiotly, though tho throl s
of her heart shook her whole frame.
"Ho is lestloss horo vvithouthis master.
Go home, Leo, straight lioino sir!"-
Tho dog, with otto fnrewull lick of hor
hand, bounded down tho steps nnd van
isliod iu tho dew) darknoss of the sum
"(Hi. GpiJMot him go safoly and
swiftly!" praje'd tho gill lu her heart.
Then sho went iu nnd bellied Parkins
liar tho door, and they went together up
Aunt Margaret lay very quietly on
lior pillow, but witii hoc black oyes
Parkins was silent fnrouo instant, and
thiui began.a sujcjiw of (miostiilalious,
iwlilcluuo one would .heed, and linally
tlio civil nurso prepared the couoh for
Linn, mid look herself oil', observing,
If Miss Lotah will loavo tho door
ajar, 1 can hear a oall from this room,
nml will como Instantly."
"Thanks, Parkins, but 1 hope I shall
not hav o to call v ou," said Linn, speak
ing aWsWCUt ni'fcu kills hcrelf.
riiou as sho glided to tlio door as
soon as it ivns elovoil, sho turned with a
fafo of ill-quay, wulwhispdicd:
r-Tho key llvono! Sho (ook It whbn
sho was fidgeting In and out with tho
phcotx and pillows."
"There is a bolt bosidos," Aunt Mnr
Lina gave a sigh of relief as sho slip
ped tho bolt into tho groove, and felt
that alio had at I ast somo littlo protec
tion against tiie ouomy.
"Now, child," Aunt Margaret said,
"can jou iiso a pUtoli"'
'I novor touched ono In my life," said
tho "littlo coward;" "but if I had ono
now I wovlld frj-.''
"Very wolUtfcTako my snfo-koj- It is
under my pillow nnd unlock tho safe.
They aro jiul as my husbuud left them
n jo.ir.ago, but Kobeit looked at them a
few days ago, and said thoy wore all
right. That is it. Put ono of them on
tho foot of the bod, nnd if thoso
wrotolios come, try, my dear, to iiso it.
Now put the other bore, by my loft
band. Thank God' I onn ii'o that a
littlo. Now, w hat aro j-ou doing? Oh,
yes; ,')iIoiup all "jou can against the
door. Thoro, jou oan't move any tiling
else. Now, como hero, littlo girl, kueol
down by mo, and let's-say our praj'ors
With tho old lady's thin, pallid hand
nlusped tightly in her two cold, trom
bllng little ones, Lina knelt down thoro,
nnd, burj inj; htirfaco In tho pillow, tiled
Her petition was not a very coherent
ono; itwolimlyn wild, passionate cry
for pity and help, nnd meanwhilo tfio
was listonlug with ovory norvo strained
for sounds from tho outside. A lamp
burned In tlio loom On tho mantel
pioeo a stifUjMlcklnoloek marked-tlm
slow minutes. No other sound broke
tho sUlliic.sft.ju ,, , ,. .- ,
Presently a soli shook tho girl's fig
tiro. Sho was thinking of Sir ltobeit
nnd his tomlor caro over her.
Oh, If sho had only not boon so way
ward and prunl this evening all would
havo beon well Ho would havo oomo
for her, and thoy would havo beon safe.
Hut. surah", surely, ho would como
yot! . .
Ho could not fnll to find tho noto, nnd
sho know ho would como to save hor.
Hut jot horrlb'o doubts catnn to hor as
to whothor tho noto vv ould roaJli him.
It might bo lost, or Leo might wander
about and not got homo until it was too
Too Intel Lina shuddered nml
sobbod again as sho thought what t lmt
mlgh1 moan. Oh, it was hard to think
of dj lug so helplessly, so horribly, with
holp so near.
Ttttkjong minutes cropt on nnd no
souidamo until eleven o'olock had
pnsyeil; The litt'o clock softly chimed
tho fialf hour. Than, in a few momor.ts,
rame n sounil i)f stcnllug footsteps in
the passage and the knob of tho door
was softly turned.
!lroathles. sllcueo In tho loom. Then
a gcntlo tap at tho door. Llua, clasped
AUiu siurgarei s uami rouvuistieiv".
nnd tho old lady spoko.
t is that?" sho asked, sloadlW.
" It Is rrio. Parkins, ma'nm. Will v ou
ask MUs loigh if slio will kindly open
tho door? I have tho toothache, and
wnnt somo laudanum "
" What a dovit It Is!" whispered Aunt
Margarot. Thonnloud: "Go downstairs
nnd get something, Parkins. I cannot
IrotiLlo Miss Lotal?"
Llni Imped that Parkins would urge
tho point a littlo Anv thing to prolong
Iho parlev and gain t me
Put a w hipcr In the pas-aao follow od,
ami thMi a roan s Voice
"Lndics tin re's nonc makin 'a row
Jtwt open tho door pea dull), and j op
shanH ib hurt. We'll bre"a1t h t A
j ou don't"
"What do jou want?" Lina asked,
hoping to gain a littlo timo A now and
gruff volco ansivored, insolently
"You know woll enough, what we
wants, miss. Wo wants tho thousand
poVnd s and tuff diamonds, and wo moan
tr hivo tV8m. So don't be a fool, but
lust opch tho iloor peacefully, or you'll
Lina sprang to her feet and seized the
pistol. A Hood ot color rushed to hor
check and brow. Hio had been In.
suited and threatened, nnd indignation
overpowered terror. She wont iownrd
tho door nnd called out, milikly and
" ou'ro not coming in. I havo sont
for help, and Mr Ilobort and his men will
bo here directly. I am nrmed; nnd If
j-ou do broaktho door down I will shoot
jou llko ndog."
A moment's sllcnco follovvod, thon a
coarse laugh, and -
"All gammon. She hadn't no ono lo
send Hrcak the door down," In Par
kin' voice; and heavy blows began to
fall upon tho door. It tiomblcil nnd
cracked beneath tho battcrj-. A panel
broko. a man's hand was thrust in; the
whole door seemed about to fnll when
bang' bang' enmo two reports from
LIna's plstoi, and n collide of bullets
crushed through tho panels, nnd tho
besiegers paused abruptly
"Go away Instniitlv," called Iho girl's
cloHr voiio, "or 1 will firo again.
"One inoro rush, mate, nnd wo nro
In," jelled tho grull voice outsldo.
Wont followed Iho wild tumult nnd
confusion; tho crash of bronkiii" panels
and bolts, tho-fall of tho door a'nd tho
furnltiiro Lina had piled against It, shot
nftor shot from LIna's pistol, a jell of
pain mid lago from both of them. Tho
door was down. Ono of the men was
in tho room. Lina bad fired her last
shot, and, running to tho bed snatched
Aunt Margaret's pistol and turned to
face tho enemy. Suddonlv came a vv lid
shriek from Parkins Then a voice
calling "Lina, Linn! I nm coming," nml
Sir Ilobort Do Hosott hurled hlmsoll
bodily niton the nilllnn outsldo tho door,
prostrated him, nnd sprang Into the
room over his body, nnd this is what ho
saw i Madolmo Leigh, tho "little
coward," with blazing oyes and scar
let cheoks, nnd a pistol in lior hand,
standing uiiliinoliingly between Aunt
Margarot and a burly riilllan; nml Aunt
Mnrjjnret horsolf, who has not turned
In her bed for a jonr, standing on her
feet on tho lloor. Two seconds ohangod
tho aspect of affairs After that tho
burglar sprawled senseless on tho lloor
Aunt Margaret sank back on her bod
with a wild "'I hank God!" nnd tho lit
llo herolno of tho scono lny in Sir
Hobcrt's arms in a dead faint.
"Oil. Ilobort. why didn'. j
sooner?" sho murmured, hnlf
attorwanl, whou sho opened hor
nnd met his.
" Don't jou know I enmo ns soon as
I found jour noto?" ho said. "Loo
wont to my room and I found him there
when I left tlio drawing-room, nfter
"Where nro thoso dreadful men?"
Lina asked, raising hor bond dizzily and
looking around with n shudder.
"Nevermind them. dear. Thov wore
taken by tlio men who follow cil mo.
.My bravo little darling! What a hero
ino jou aro1'1
Two months later, whim Parkins and
tho men woro brought to trial, Aunt
Margarot walked into tho vvitnoss-Lo,
and gnvo her testimony with grim ill
rectnoss nnilsolf-iosessioii. Linagavo
hor's with much trembling nnd somo
tears; but sho looked Intensely lovelj-.
and no ono wondered that Sir Hobett
was going to marry her.
Tho crowd around tlio door gave her
tlneo cheers as sho left Iho comt room,
walking besido Sir Ilobort, and then
throo inoro for Leo, who followed them.
And Aunt Margaret's wedding ptos
nnt to Lina was tlio thousand pounds
and tho diamonds that hud been saved
by tho courage of "tho littlo coward."
Tho circumstancos woro theso: A
largo linn on a prominent business
street proposed to liave Its stole thor
oughly washed, and so sont Its janitor
to got somo soap. Something induced
him to invost In a keg of soft soap, nnd
ho started to roll It to tho olllcc. Tho
keg was something larger than n boer
kog and not half so substantial, but the
old man got along vorj well v itli it un
til ho oaiini to a crossing. Ho was roll
ing it along and got to tho horso-cnr
track, when a dray vvhcol hit tho cask,
and lu it ininufo tlio soap was llowmig
in ovory diiection. Tlio old janitor
gnvo a whoop of dospair, and, while bo
KAMil at thu ucuno of ruin, along came
a uattilj'-dressod drummer, llo didn't
observe tho soft soap till ho stopped in
it You know how slippery soft soap
is. Tlio (hummer's foot shot from un
der him and ho nov or slid two rods on
his back so quickly boforo in Ids lifo.
Ho Bcooped np about a pint of soap
with each trousers leg and each sleeve.
When ho trio I to get up ho wont down
again, and a policeman who ran to Ids
asslntaneo wont down, too. When thoy
finally got on their foot each was a
sight, and tho drummer said ho oxpect
eii to thtow away ovory rag ho had on
ami take two Turkish baths to get
olo.in. The offlccr was mad, and said
somebody ought to bo run in, and for
want of abetter person ho was going
to take tho drummer, but was distracted
by seeing a fat man coming along and
let his foot tly into the air whllo his
head hit a paving stono so hard it was
drivou an inch Into tho oarth. Thou a
man with a basket of peanuts struck
the Hood ami a scene of wild excite
mont ensued, tho bojs who jumped iu
to get the nuts being piled up in all
wavs, Flnallj", a horso-carcamo along,
ami whon it struck the sonp-bosmemud
spot the horses went down so quick it
made tlio driver' a head swim. He
frantically loaped ofT tl o car and at
once went dovv u liimelf, faoo tint, and,
gasping, got so luinh of tlio soap and
tilth Iu his mouth that It produced
nausea. Tho horses, In tholr attempts
to rise, broko Iho h irnoss, nnd there
was troublu till tho streot-cloaniiig
brigade eamo alow; and eloaned up the
soap. . Tho janitor, seeing troublo
ahead, had Hod during the early purtof
the prooeodlngs, but tho olllcor says' if
ho oatehos tlio man the case' 11 bo heard
from in court, Ar. I". &iar,
Drltcn Prom a Valued Homo.
A will mado lu n mad-house, of vvhloh
tho tostalor has been an luiuato during
tjio greater part of his llfo, is not a doc
ument very likely, ono would saj", to
pass mustor In n court of law, but such
n panr has just bcon declared valid In
Dublin. Tho testator was a French gon
tloman, who iu his voiith boeamo insane
from oxcosslve dlsslnitiou nnd was con
fined lu an asylum for two years boforo
ho nwovorod IiU mental hoalth. Heiug
then nt liberty to go, lus refused to do
so, but having acquired a liking for tho
place, ho rem iinoil thoro until his death,
tWfiiU olght yoars later. Only once
did bo go out into tho world, and on
this ooiaslou ho returned to tho asylum
so drunk Hint lio declared lie would nev
er run Into temptation again, a resolu
tion to ivhioh ho always thereafter ad
horud, until finally ho was told ho could
not remain any longer, whereupon ho
wont forth weeping nnd died in eighteen
months from tho diy of ids dUcliargo.
At tho Loxlngtou (Ivy.) Fair, to n
small boy who asked a quartor for hold
ing his duster. Genoral Abo Huford
i jioko "My boy, you should not com-ili-iaeo
this extortion so soon In lifo "
- It annoys an amateur poof, to find
thrt b's jiotirj has been "run in" by
Iho lntell gent r-ompo. u r and cverv
other lino quoted." A .' jomnicrem
A l rlvftr,
i'i'i v rw-r
In Cild water, nnd thoU. In Wrtl-nffif j.
I - A littlo gluo dissohcd in skipT.lk I
and water w ill return tho-slluV-u ..1, 1 L
luster to orapo, and rniko It U Jtf I
-AKnims wheat (armor ml fo J
unit, no iu nire sneep, paving ii'Teil
a bond per season and their ki -v. ,
fcrtllijing his land.
Ifyouaio troubled within :
your feather bods lxdl theJeUe ,
water for a short time; thon tm- .
in sacks and dry them, v?orWni i (
with tho hands all tho time.-
Soiled whlto fur can bo s
cleaned by nibbing It thoroti? i
white Hour. It should then bolm i
of doors for about thirty minute
peat the process sov oral times,
will bo cqtinl to now.
It has been our praoilco for n
dig pits In somo'out-oMhit-way ji -
our gaiilcn, wliorelu wo conlil
biokoirerookcry, worn-out shoos 1
tin onus. pimsJhio., nnd we have i
loam of a batter plan of dlspm i.
tmbilrnnblo rubbish. Mitstar i
-Potato Saladi One quart i
boiled lot.itoiM out Into siloes, a in
onion, and nn npplo finely ch ik
pepper ami salt to taste, one tnlile b
till of vinegar, three tablatpnom
olive oil, somo chopped pnmloy. fii
these Ingredients well togelhot -i
when perfectly oold serve upon tu t
fresh, er sp letturo with n Prone i
Ing. J)njtit U'cUly.
If It is iutomlod to euro a i
liorso, ho must bo used liy ono as
tamo person and caught young,
liis rider or driver benr lu mine
with both rostlvo and nervous hort
voiio will irovo more eH'ecttml tb
wlii)). Stick to jour naff, if jhi
under all clrciinistnucoi, for, rolj
It, if ho can onco got nway from j
will redouble his odorl to do so r I
Unfoitunulcly them Is nlwnys u r
buj ing a ouco willful steed, for In
linuils ho may revert to Ids trii v
Tho Indiana Hiireau of SUvtst n
estimating tlio bonellu to be d i '
from tile drainage, show that Intuit 'if
vleldcdnn average of nine nnd i
liushels of vv heat nor norc for live I
boforo drainage, yielded liinotcor ufcl
...... i. i 1 i.i. . ,! J rz
iiuu-ii.iii uu9uuis mi- iuu earMiiiM Bf
ing drainod. With corn tho lntisJSsa
was from tlnrtj--one to seventy font
btishols icr aero. During the sains
period tho numl cr of oasos of malarial
sieknoss was ilimlnislieil from l.stj
eases to Mi cases after drainage
JiiUiauti State SuUitul.
tTIio Jloinr I'arm, of Augusta, Mo ,
glvoi an nocount of an oxpoiiment in
llg glowing in that State, which It in
penm Iuih proved a sueeois. Tho tigs
wow grown by Mr. P. O Frost, of Mnn
mouth, who talis tliem brown Turkey
figs. Thej were grown on trees et-li
tho garden, vvhiih vvcro givou tlio same
caro as ono would boslow ou an apple or
poar troo. Thoy yield two crops in the
vear, and Mr. l-ioil showed at an exhi
bition of the Slato Pomological Soclity
ipocimens of bo'li ciops ono fully rhio
and ono nbout n quartor grown. Tlio
trees are taken up in tho fall nnd the
Jlitsliakou oil', when thoy nro placed. In
ho lollar and rocolvo no caro till again
let out lu the spring.
An American market gardnnor di
vidus ids ground Into many lots, and
plants nearlv ovory variety of truck
known to the market. The French
gardener glv os himself up to tho culll
v ation of a spociul class or succession
of fruits or voirotitblos. nnd bv louc
study and praotice, by ciorUtoluiK i ajnat many remedies, but nothing bettered
with various manures, soils finiLluo J jJiar n,1tlnn until I begun utlnc Warner's
of culture, arrives ut perfection. IlrTs
alii iinieii morocconomieaiof space ami
moro prodigal of labor than wo are, or,
lu fact than wo need Iki. lie soldom
biiflers his ground to ho fallow, crop
succeeds crop In endless rotation; tlio
caunuowor is sot nmomi tlio melon
hits, ready to spread as soon ns tho mul-1
ous are gr.inoreil liotvveeu tlie rows ot
as),iragus nro planted oirly potnloxs,
lettuce, ete , iu such a mnunor as to
keep tho ground constantlj fruitful, and
when tho weather booomeri frosty and
the stiu loses a goodly share of its forc
ing power largo boll glasses aro em
plojod, ono of which iplacod orerCoh
plant especially In tho onso of the sal
ads and boat is then concentrated upon
it until its full growth Is fairly attained.
ni ". -...-'
Tlio enormous sUe of tho 1'rcnoh asnar-
ngus is ehiolly iluo to tho niauurA ui
ilantlng. Instead of setting tho r)lnU
closely together, as wo do. a spaeeln
least six iuehos square is nllowed tuealljj
"stool," which enablos itlosiiol.iityl?
amount of nutriment from thaSotnid
boomo a strong ami solid plant. 11-vch
stool is also manured lepe-iteuiy ovurVi
stool Is also manured lepe-itedly qv
season, tho soil bomg carefully scrnj
away down to tho roots, tho comn
season, tho soil bomg carefully sei-aJav?
being placed around thorn nud thocasih
put back again. Tho Proneh systom of
cultivating tho niplo, poirnnd poneh 15
nlso peculiar. 1 lie trees aro all grafted f
and dwarfed. A strong w Ire Is stretched
along in front of each row. about jreo
fcot abovo tho ground. Upon this wire
'i single branch of each tree is trainod,
and ns soon as well startod this branch
is made, by heavy pruning, tho only
fruit bearing ono on tho tree. Tho con
sequence Is that tho ontiro strength oi
Iho treo goes to tho nourishing of the
fruit upon this branch, nml this fruit bu
comes large and fair in propoitlou. Tills
nrocoss, by-tho bj-, Is borrowed from thu
iJliluoso. -jf'Ae l'retr. .
If you havo hogs running in yourpns
lure, now is tho timo, when tho grass
is low nud tho bent oppressive), to food
genet ously, ouco or twice v day with
corn, vv loat and oats gerce.tingtj with
bum, shorts, rotten or fallen uppl, and
othor fruits, Jointly. or sopnrattjljt niailo
by boiling Into a mtlsli, nr'uyen a swill.
It costs lomctlilng and It uausw some
labor nnd trouble, lmt all will ue vvoll
repaid In the quantity that boforo OhMst
mas will go Into tlio lard tids ami P"rk
bnrrols. It is purfoct lions nso to raise
pork on Iho old plan If j ou wish to raise
It for loss than twolvo or llftcon oentsn
pound. If jou follow tho .old plan,
which was turning out shoats at "kill
ing timo," and starving them all vr'ln
tor until clovor tomos, nml thon (ay,
"root hog or dlo," until with dogs and
nogroos you hurt thorn down and pkoe
them In n pon for fattening, nfter tiy
havo worried you all tho yoar as out
laws, breaking in tho Holds of corn or
othor grain nt night, and next day run
almost to death and torn by dogs, itiitil
they oacnpo through their holes in ths
fonco, nud a man or tnoro has lo?t a
half a day to drlvo thorn nut ami sjtop
tho hole, for the tii tiling to bo re
peated tiio noxtday- jou will havo pork
at n cost far beyond what jou oan buy
it for iu tho market. Hut if j on -an get
a good brood, kcop tlio hogs dry ami
warm In winter, givo a good paiture In
summer, plenty of water and food tho
year round, with rotten wood, ashos,
suit nud sulphur, jou oan raise pork
costing not half what jou should receive
for it jlto'tltl v ou ehooto to soil. Tho
hog Is naturally buy, and If vvoll sup
nlfoil witii food ho will not wiuuter far
from the swill-tub or food-trough. Like
tlio poor, xi7.y drunkard ho will stick lo
the tavern that gives him Ids food and
drink lu tho largest quantity for the
least exertion on his part Hut stop his
meat and drink, nnd no idle vagabund
or ruined roue wi'l hint imitundiri';
ro cr, or sneak thief b id highwiivipaii
or thicken stealer as wi I the jicg,
wh-ther ho bo highlns or uimmou
stock, Maryland iimnr
Tg!g"y!S?,g'A'' 'A 'M&M&eijdMlU W?mmiti!.M jim m hiimi
How It Works Its VVny Into lh. lloit r nml
How lo I oiinlf met It.
One of th irrrtt cmir of tho prrirnt
frrnr In all parti of Amrrlia has bffli nuUrlJU
la Ii rtroublein treichrrous In Itstiatura
nd so ilantrrnua In tin rciulla ( to juilly
ante arn rchcutlon vibrrrvcr II haa appeartiL
jui intra are lo many rrronooits Ideas upon
he aubjret that a few vionli ate In otiler at a
time when uple aro iatJct to malarial tn
Malaria, whtih meant altnnlr bail air. It tli
fitimon nama ot a clana of illseatea which
tils from tpotos ot ilrcatliiit Tasttablr mat
er, t broil n off from tttinant poolt or piles of
TKTHiiKiii unurrgoinK iieroinpoaillon. 1 ne9
Porra whan Inluie,! with tli hro.lli or ULen
ntutbo ajatem with water soon enter tho
looil ami irrrmlnitlnir tlirra lltnl tnniliM.I.
Ill btrebr the whole jtem It poiiunel aril the
Mniloui funitloiia ill internl When the
prm inoiiry i iiiaeate wat flrat anranreil It
Iraa ilieniapil that thrae tKirei Hereof alii-
. miiiir, ami line me oilier in ia on inner a
rem pnipanairu in mo o'ood, but ther ara
rtlW etllltliVtftt tl, tie 111 VMf.iM n,lln IIL
JQhetunui foil ml on ilreajrlur wooilor lit rel
Uirs. Thi- aoiiiro f ttit tlate of the air It
i-rnermiir an amps or ataimant iooIt, tihtch,
lrtlally Mwl br the lint tun. imhI fur Hi m.
IJslrt lOiueit with this malarial iolaoil. 'tliet
v v 7i . : ' " '"" earin i it me ihhiii.
lOOWd bv llielntanf tfiinnjrtnM. -,i.tt..AniiiA.t
liyaloatwra aro rcmltly Inlialo.l' llenee ier
ui iitiiik mnr mijiiiu nKiii or niaifhet aril
Sblf lo tit atllliteil nrlili mii. a.l f.... -,..l
U9h lucallllea aro nenr hnalthr, though ther
roitKHv ao when the atn-ama ItoKlnK Into
lom are pure, ami nlao when the water It
ifii. Aaui iiieilralmgc of houwa, alaugli-
ir-nnuM-a, natni, cie , io a rertlle aourco of
alarla One will often notice In minim?
Ito the nelubborhooil of one of Ihete alurirlili
treama that pnnsilinninlinliuinti'irrr Tlll(;a
luoal Tlllaluoua amell cauaeil by tho often-
Ivrrafu'i! whli h uumiuunlratea Ita bail otlor
the itrniuiiihirc. Mixulallr on hot ilava.
ila ahaiiilicXLIiilo the aratein brthe tmiiaor
kltkilll til tlininmi U.lM ivlil. 1. -I.r. nl...,rlia ft
Num the air, iioiaoiftUro liloinl anJ ileraiif-ea
f lo bnle Mrieni '1 lilVuol.nii la aleo ilerel.
rfveil III tune 111 l'II aiultprlucs when they
eonie low, ami the rraiill of ilrlnklnK tlicie
J thu aaino aa breath nt tho poltouous air.
.Tl a time of drouth tlio ereut niiantltr of
TiBi'lalloii that ilrlcs up ill tho meoilowii,
t'llj'l.lo tleliU ami paituroa, thneorn llehlaanil
Unti leatoa tirotlueea lira anno edluvli. On
fie pralrlea when largo traotaof pralrtogruumi
lunii-il ovi r, the ilei ajrlns; v rseUtlon la a
VliUoprratl oiuic of malaria
t 'the erlla Mhlrh follow malatlal polnonlnir
I alinott Influlte. Dlwaie of a malignant
ft lit itangeroua rut me, accompanied by eymn
Lfna the moat itlitreiilnx ato ecrtaliitomaiil
I at tuemaelves anil life la a biinlcn aolonraa
Ifrita potion remalua In tho ajttem. 'Ihelntll
pfaslloni of luiiUrlal roieonlnir aro lots of arpe-
to, eliortuee of brvatti, tulns about ths
tart, watllmrof fleah anilatrenuth, dcapouil-
icy, nvnouaiieaa, clilllr aenaatlona, unao
nuiMiiie latauiiiie, tiuii paint in varloua
Jta of the tiovlr. heailaehflt. illixlneai. a
Jilml Imiviifl fii.il .Iru Ht.x.ilk ..tnl.t ......it.
wb.w.. .....,..' ,.. niuM.ii. iiiKit. .nv.l,,
tnuieularilebllltr, pullliu; under the ejrea, nn
unutuiu coior, omor or ttkiimcnt about tlio
fulUa pntaeit from tlie ajratein, etc Any ono
of the aboro aymiitoina may bo an luilliation
of malarial poUon In the lly ltlilrli necotil
tales Immeillate an I rareful attention.
Hut it malarial lotaaiicoulil not hml a lodge
ment lu tho human body, It would Ik) jiut'aa
hannlaaa at the oxygen ot tho air '1 he great
dlltlcully Is that, after belmr absorbed Into
the ajatem, It pmlucia obalructloiia In thn
atotnai h and 1iimr. cIdis the circulation of
the llKxl, alli-cU the klJneyi, lirer and other
ontaiit, nnd brings on dlaeatea of a moat dan
Keruua rliarnoter. Tbero la only ono known
tray by which tlieae dltetues may bo avoided
or enrnl alter they h-ivo onco made their ap
ieMiice, and that Is b) kreplus Hie great
jmrlfylnK organa of tlio bod v In perfect health,
llirao orirant sro the kidneys uud liter. No
unetihoae kidneys or llvir nro In aterfect
loudlli hi wa ever nMlctod by malaiialol
ton. And when tlieae orvana are disordered,
they not only penult, but Invite. Ihete d!
caaea to make tholr Inroads Into tlio body. It
It now admitted by phytlclaim, tilentttta and
tbo majority of the central public that ono
medicine, and only ono whose poner has been
teatidaiid troveu, hat aloluto control of,
and kees the lilducys and liver In constant
health and hence prevents malarial elcknras.
Tills remedy la V'uruer'srafo Kidney and l.trcr
( ure, tbo moat iopular modlclnc before tho
American people, and aold by every ilrugRlat
tn tho land. It fully countcracta tlio evil
effect of malarial poison In tho system, and
not onlr baulabes It, but restored theinemliera
whkh thitpolaon has wcakeucd. How vrell It
dirathlac n be learned from tbo following!
Kanha ITV, Mo , Juno M, 1WC Muring
from tho Mala ot Now York to the Wcitcru
countrv I wta attackot with malaria nnd gen
anil debility 1 had loat all appetite and was
hardly ablo lo move about. I had tnod a
I rtfa ttldnev add I.lrrr Cure, uhlch seemed to
I ,K ,., .1.,!,, n,M- , ., , ,.., - .,.,11,. , -,--
,ii, iuu imni Mm.,, ,uu,iv,i.Hui,oiiii
Imiii in ray life It Is a blcsalug to jicoplo lu
thli malarious country. C V. William,
1413 (J rand Ave , of Vv llllam ,t Co., llardw ore.
Thla great remedy bat proven Its power In
Innumerable cases, and It tn-ilay inoro oilcn
tlicl.i uaed lu malarial dlatrb tt, whether In
cities nr In the country, thin any or all other
remedies fur the cure o'f the aame class of dls-
eaae. No one ian atlord to trllle with the flrist
syinptonia ot malaria, but Instant euro should
be taki n to ill ook It on the atart bcfoie Its
evil Influences overshadow tlio llfo.
Pummkii It nearly over, but thoglrlt arojuit
at liable to Is) aou struck In winter as thej aro
lu July Or August Cfikvtjo lltraVt,
Ilenllli una llaiiplnesa.
It acema itrangc that any ono will tnller
from tlie uituv derannifiitj lirouoht. on
GOwtn luipjre condition of the blood when
I SCO .'. Ill.t.n.1 II. O .. 111 . ,-
Tllno.1 anil I .lvip Rvrtin rfll r.ilnp.
dnd baa pror
(Ph iw ,! r-tirli-al orasnlratlon.
Kthenlng trup, piratant
rorrn Itself to be the beat
sr dlieorered. effertnallv
"llVi Scrofula, Byphtlllic Disorders, -Weak-IfRX
of the Kldneya, all Nenout slltordera
and Debility It corrects Indlgeatlon. A
tingle bottlo will prove tojou lu merltt as
a health rencner, for It acta like a charm,
eipeclallr when the complaint ta of an ex
haustive nature, havlmr a tcudrrtcy tolrtten
be natural vigor of the brain and norrout
Tiik Colorado beetle hat traroled toKurone.
but the mosquito stays to hum. Jloiton Cum
Vilien you visit or leave New Tork City, lava
hagage and eiprestare and carriage hire, and
stop at the Grand Lnlou Hotel, nearly oppo
llle tlio Grand Central Depot. SM elegant
rooms, single and In aulta, fitted up at an ex
tenioof one million dollara. ltooma (educed
lo $1 aurl .iwtnl r day on r.uronean plan.
Klerators. ltettauranltiipplled v. lib the best.
Horse cars, ttagct and elciated railroad to all
A f'iiil.AijKll'1111 paper niibllihea a poem
entitle,! Contotalon of an Idiot," The editor
ihould keep hit private affairs to hltnielf.
Tub Voltaic Dslt Co., Marthall, Mtrh., will
lejid Dr. Hye't Celebrated illectro-Voltalo
Sella and Klectrle Appliances on trial for
thirty days to men (young or old) who aro at
fiUtedwUtiucrvout debility, lost vitality and
kindred troubles, guaranteeing tpcedy and
com plate restoration of hoalth and manly vigor,
Addrraa at above. N II No ruk la Incurred,
a LUily day's trial It allowed.
TUK (1K.M1UAL MAUKKTS.
KAN8AH CIT1'. flept. r7,
(;A'rTI,E-NHtltoBtoent;. J3) Q
muivoi owai. . ..
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H.OUU Kniio), ivcrsnck. ...
IIAV-fsr Iota, I right
lllTTHIt-riiuioo fliilry ... ..
CI 1 UUrfS-Kansat, new. . .
W'OOI-Mltviiirf, unwashal .
POTATOIM-New. inr bushel.
CATTMI-Natlvo Htecra .. :
Plltlt-XAXtochoioB. .. .
WIIKAT-No Wliitw . .
COHN-N0.X mlxod . .. .
aludtum now leaf
VUlllll Cimiimm lotbolco..
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KUii 11 o kkIiu ibiico
iiV'Ih Uiiirni mml
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:is 2 it
His bait once nwtitcd, tho fisherman
begins his toilsome setsott on vhe fishing
grounds, recking the (Irnnd llsnk, tlio
inshoro fisheries, orthecosstof Labrador.
Tho fish off I.abrfidor, or on tho (hand
Hank, aro nlvvays largest and most valu
able, but tho fisherman thcro must incur
vexatious delays in securing fresh bsltor
in coining shoreward to dry his product.
llUlsaiiarduroiisnnd perilous calling
Tlio cod Usually bites bst at sunset or
sunrise, nnd often tug at the lines all
night. ft by darkness and day tho fisher
is nt his Kist, savo when a storm forces
him to heavo-to on tho banks, or, nesrer
shore, drives him to tiort. Tho raping
line, drawn up often from a depth of 200
feet, cttts his ntificrs, tbo poisonous squid
nnd salt ued In canning tho fish wear
the skin (o tbo ' lood; hunger, exposure,
danger, aro alibis lot. Here. In New
foundcrlftnd, ho fi-licn al o lor a hard
master, tho wholeitilo dealer, who fur
nishes tho equipment, taking ns security
n chattlo mortgage, thus bringing tlio
poor, ignorant fisherman in debt at tho
oieiilng of the season. It is reckoned a
fnlr season's catch If the fisherman comes
out with profits of 8120, on which ho
must weather through with wife and
children tho piercing winter months.
During Ids niisenee tho vrifo tills tho
ground, rears tlio children, and oven cures
tho fish which her lord brings home. On
Ids return from the remoter banks, often
after nn absence of five months, the fisher
mnn relapses into sulky Idleness for tho
rest of tho year. Ho sits by tho flrcsldo
with his pie, leaving ills wife to do tho
household work, and becoming by com
parison with his decidedly better half a
most inconsequential nnd good-for-notlu
Ing creature, llo may bo captain on tlio
water, but his wife is captian on shore,
nud the subjection to winch theso ime
rlotis fishwives reduce their nominal lords
nnd masters is a funny bIiIo of social
phenomena in lids queer Island.
Tho cod is anything but a gamesomo
fish. A fow initial struggles way down
In tho depths, nnd ho comes up with a
dead pull liko a log. Unless very lnrgo
nnd hungry ho bites daintily, and out of
ton thnt bite probably but ono is hooked.
Iu "trawling" tlio fisherman sinks n
long ropo fitted with short snoods and
books. Tho roiK) is ingeniously buoyed
to lop, to which is attached a stall and
flag iu such a way that each wave throws
tho ling in air and signals its spot. Two
men in nboat. often several times a day,
"tinderrun" tlio trawl the man In front
drawing up nnd taking oil thclish, whllo
his conipmion baits. Tho "scin," so
called, is hero a net of great length and
depth, so arranged as to "purso nt tho
bottom by a drawn void, and sccuro tho
fish in tlio mime manner Hint menhaden
nro caught on our coats. Tbo local title
of "trnti" is applied to n contriviiuco
much liko our IIhIi iiouds, but made en
tirely of nets. 'Iho seine nml trap nro
both used effectively when tho cod is
gorged with cnjdln or squid and refuses
to nitc of. Jonns (.v, t.) uor. js. i.
Two Women. A True Htorjr.
A poor, Invalid, nldowed mother lay sutler
ln on a bed of atraw tn a shabby broken
down tenement house In ono of our targe
cities Two Christian ladles called, one gavo
hor a missionary tcstimcnt and made a long
erajer, the other ordcrml proper food and fuel
lobe given, but Inttead of tending n phjal
clan, the purchated a bottlo of Dr Guytnlt'a
Yellow Duck and Saiaaparllla for lirr. Iu a
fow wreks timo tho Invalid was again nut
washing and Ironing. To whom shall wo givo
Itounu ov Sim Sam Kldomit It an Austin
cleric. Ho It ptrtooally not very attractive,
and hit morals ar; ut u very Interior iusllty.
Unoof Sam's peculltrlttet It to uso mercan
tile terms and expressions, no matter what
subject It being disgusted. Ho and a fow
frlenda were talking about clergymen ami
doctors the other day, and ono of tlirru asked
Mini who lilt family doctor Mat. "Dr.
Dncsom tuppllea ut with all we need In tho
' furnlthes ut a full line ot ploty goods,"
i Ham. "I,ook here, fiam," remarked
pnysicai ueparimeni, ana carton ooninom
huoly, "If Dr. Doeaeni Is responsible foryohr
jooks, anil 1 arson rooiiiem lurnnuet iou
with your morals, all I've got to tay It, that
they have shored s lot of aecond-htnd goods
(iff on you, and they badly damaged besides.
Toil ought to deal, from now on, with llrtt
cltts houtrs. You have been swindled out
rageously. To look at you ono would aiippoto
your good looks and jnsiincrs were of home
manufacture." Ttzai A((mj.
inni ubwisiirt Vrf wwl.k.aia i( - uj uiuuis mut
writes- "I havo kept Dr. GuyaoU'a Yellow
If. fatnnaa t iMmflW nf CiSitntASi In.l
Dock and Saraipirllla lu my family foryeara.
lly wife thinks there It no such medicine at
It la. I think It excellent for weakness and
Indigestion. VVu also use It for coughs and
coidt sua 11 noes not ian ut."
A wmtrn'ln tho JVimfor helmet MmtMy
tells how tiles climb, iliore It nothliigvllko
A Jtcnomllng Itemed)-
Is to bo temnf In Jlimuqi K H'tOp DlTTrnj,
At u autldoto for sick headache, fciiuli
weakliest, umouaneli, inillgetiiou, rontiipv
Hon, and other diseases of a kindred nature,
these blttort are Invaluable. Trice, tl.
The lisp has broken out In Saratoga, where
thu cut thtmpletons utter thuft uouUentu.
JV'ne Alien JtegUlfr.
Mrs. Selgfrled, Marloj, O , lays Tnoius'
rcLEOTiuc On, waa triumphant in her cats;
she uted It for a tevero cold and palu Inside,
and wat relieved In a few minutes.
EOueuoiit haa discovered that the rat Is
not mentioned In tho illble. Yet there It tho
cat-e-chltm. At. Louii l'ot-l)iiitch.
"Wcllt' Health ltencwer" restores health
and vigor, caret Dyspepsia, Impotence, Nerv
ous Debility, tl. He nd for pamphlet. E.B.
Weill, Jericy City, N. J,
At the Iowa Stato fair, foity-four women
exhibited qullta for nrerluma a couifortablo
tbowiiig, JMrolt l'ott.
Dn. 8. II, DniTTAt tays "Aa s rule phytl
clans do not, by their prnfeitlonal nu lho.lt
build up tlie female constitution, whllo they
seldom euro tho dltcaaea tn which It la alnaia
liable In our variable cllmato and under our
tniicrfict civilization Special rcmcdlea aro
olteu requlrcil to restore organic harinonj and
atrcngtheii tho enfeebled jiovtcrs nt woman
hood; and for most ot these wo aro Indebted
lo pqrsont outsldo ot the medical profession
Among tho very best of these remedies I at
sign s prominent place to Mrs. I.jdla K, l'lnk
kam's Vegetable Compound."
Wur should Arabl Key bo the favorite of
the children! Uecauie bo It ono of the Ara
VUn Knlgbtt, ... .
Pcke Con I.i van Oil, from selected livers,
en tbo tea shore, by Caswell, Hazard it Co ,
New York. Absolutely pure and sweet. 1'a
tteuta who have once taken It prefer It to all
others. Physicians declare It superior to sit
CmrTBD uixns, fare, pimples and rough
tklacuridhr uilur. Juniper Tar Soap, mado
ley Caaviell, Hazard iSc Co., New York,
PiTTSBViirjii hat a pla factory.
reads are of a dark color, to -j not
C01.0HLE8S and Cold Avoungglrl deeply
regretted that alio w aa to colorless and cold
Her faca was too white, and her hands and
fret felt at though tho blood did not circulate.
After ouo bottle of Hop Hitters had btcn
taken alio was tho rotleit and healthiest girl
In town, with a vivacity and clu.crfulucit of
mind gratifying to her friends.
Wht aro wicked old men like fixed startl
Becauio they scintillate CMcajo TnOuiu.
No poisonous diugs enter Into thocompotl
tlon ol Carhollne, a deodorized extract of pe
truleum, tho natural hair restorer anddrutlng
aa now Improved and perfected. It la tho K.r
fectlon of the chemist's art, and will, bejoud
a pcradvtnturc, reitoro tbo balr on babl
Tui Mrset cam to stay, and that It why It
does not go out of f athiou.
A Tiisirrr man buya iVlse't Axis Orou
becauio it wears longer.
Souk men, otherwise steady-beaded, can
never keep their balance In a bank.
Bf iflinnici old boota and tboct with I.von't
I I'ateut Heel Stlffeneis, and wear them ajaJo.
"Au, that glitters It not gnM." Tbo
AUmoud uiutt have a thow tomtwLoro.
Ljb Natloaal Yeast ml hate light bread.
JInmT speaks loudest. That's why VYlee's
Alle Orcne tells l freely.
Itsnntvn's niisilaSalre It ths mott wonAtr
ful healing medium In ths world. Try It.
Wits's Axle Greats makes wagon run
easy In mud.
Tar the new brand, "Spring Tobacco,''
Strong Talk of a Drug Olork in
' Marion, Ohio,
Dr Thomtt Kelectrto Oil bells ths wortJ. We
hste 10H tins bottlet yttttnlty sad to dr. On mta
hire wss cnrtil of Son Tbrost, of tlcht years' stand
tat. with one bottle. We have bad a number of cstes
ot Rhtumtitim It hss tort.l when other nrnntlts
failed. We IhlnK It Is the Uit nedldae for wtist ft Is
advtrtlstit that wt have ever sol I
a it uotiEnxo
wiih r. 0. BTtiintst.
"Qrayvillo on tho Wahash,"
IhsvebiMatrttslltlnro the 4th ot December Istt,
tint kun.lnt nmt llr Sollies of Dr. Thomas Felcetrte
Oil, gusrtntrelnf every bottle, tml mutt saylnsver
tn my lite 10U a mulleins that save such unlvertsl
tstltftetlon. Inmrnwnrne, wllhs bsilly t'lcersted
Throat, sftrr a etiyalelsn pencilling It for several days
tonoefTret, Themss' r.elcctrto Oil thoronshly enrrd
It In twenty fonrhourii smt In threatened Croup In
my children, It titvtr failed to relieve almost Iminedl
ately. C H HALL,
Bold by all Drntiltls.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
FOR THE CURE OF
FEVER and AGUE
Or CHILLS anil FEVER.
Ths vroptlstorof this celebrated medicine
Juttlyclalmt for It a superiority over allien-
eaiet ever ouarea 10 me puouo in: ins bai ii,
0KSTA1N, srKEDY a-.'. rEUMANENT curs
of Agus and Ftver.orCbllli ant Ftvsr, wheth
er ot short or long standlnr. Ks refers to ths
entire Wetttrn and Southtrn ctuntry to bear
him ttitlmony to the truth of ths atitrtlou
that In no cats whatever will It fall to ours '.'.
the dtrsctlont ara strictly followed and carried
out. In a great many catet jingla dose has
bein sufficient for a ours, and whole families
have bean cured by a tingle bottle, with a par
feet restoration of tho general health. It It,
however, prudent, and in every cats mora cer
tain to cure, if Its use li continued In itnaller
dotes for a week or two after thedlttais hat
been checked, iroro etpteially In difficult and
long-standing cttts. Ususlly this medicine
will not require any aid to keep the bowalt In
good order. Should ths patient.howover, re
quire a cathattle medlclne.after having taken
three or four dottt of the Tonlo, a single doto
of BULL'S VEQETADLE FAMILY FILLS
will bs sufficient.
Thogennlne SMITH'S TOHICSYItnp must
have DIt JOHN BULL'S private stamp on each
bottle. BR. JOHN UULLonly has the right to
manufacture and tell the original JOHN J,
SMITH'S TONIC SYliUP, of Louisville, Ky.
Examine well the label on each bottls. If my
private stamp It not on each bottls do not
purchaie, or you will bs deotlved,
Manufacturer nnd Vendor of
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,
BULL'S WORM DESTROYER
Ths Popular Remedies of tho Dny.
rrlaelptl OHee, 811 Mala SI., I.OLISTlI.I.f, KT.
a ... r,K f .11 irnuaT.K wieair-
NIMSKH, Ihcludlng IucorTbrre, Ir-
reanlnr and l'ulnful Jllcuslrnallou,
Inflammation and Ulcernllon of
the Womb, 1'loodlng, 1'ltO.
I.APHUH UTItHI, ilc.
UrrteajuDt to ths last, sffleadons and ItnmailUte
laltsrfftct. XI Is a grsat hslp In rrffnaney, and ra
Usves pln darluc labor and at rtcvlar txrloda.
rittummiziT imrsucnics it ixntr.
IVFoa ALLVVxturasssa of the gtntrat Ire organs
ef althtr set, It Is secuod Iq no remedy that haa tttr
bean Ufors tba pnblle I and for all dlsruta of the
tunil II Is the Orraleal Btmtli l (Aa World.
llnd (treat Itcllefln lis I'ae.
T.TMA K.I'I.VKHAM' ItLOOD rUKfTlTR
wiu smlkau aTtry vMtlaa o( lluraors from lbs
IKuod, at tha tuna llm wUfttta luno and tranirth to
I a-Doth the Compound and Bioed Purtfler an rrs
pand at ra and ta Weattra Avetiaa, Lynn, thus.
I'rln eftltUr.lt. Bli bottles for ft- Tba Com pon ad
tt Mat by null In tba form of puis, or of losensea, on
racalpt of price, tl per boa rur.fllbtr. art, tinanam
trti ajuwtre all Ittsersef Inquiry. EnrlosalMBi
sump. Band for rjanpblet. ittnUn W Vijxr.
I art.TTiu B. ITwiHia'a Urira rnxa eera Corntlpa
tisu, lullaiuiiMa ami Tr44llr ut Uia Uifr. tt ca uta.
7-8old by adl Draaslsta.-VI II)
That terrible scourge
titer anil ague, aud
Ita congener, bilious
remittent, besides af
fections of the font-
actUlver end bowels,
llo air and water, are
both ciadlcated and
.f prevenltd by tlie uso
vrsetablo dlilr, la
anil tmirs t sientlve
Ijr used at a mru-dy
aitoraera, aa wen as
lor many oitiers.than
nv uwiiiria 01 1114
tt fur tale I'T all
IruffKlals aud IKal-
i U Ha4 for nr UU prt
WdraM ( ppiU
'tMisVm CmuIm drtp
. wilk iin S,S UiuUitUna W. mII mII gU tl
MtlMtMt(M UstVllt(sM U tallvl pi(.4MT,
Tt mr liii)isjista wil u4k UUai lhlr dsmUJ kuU
4 Ut rttvH r tkmit
-- w-w. AfltHi .ltt, llltti
KSibp, Wariass iautt' Strut Co, gsiiiat
U"H" ll(.l, I
1 Ol'Vrs WANTKU for ths Ileal and iaaletl.
J. aelUag pictorial Hooka and lllbka. I'rlcra reduced
VSWOKUII CAf IVTICAUH OF WCMAiA
.QsYWPATHIZEWITrTj THE HOPE 0(7
if P ImVwS ao
Saperli In Hate. Dye & Flnlsb.
-ss 'lalur, lllrli, rmi-loaeil
l-olurs, Circut Ilelb C
Tho only Real Substitute for Lyons Silk Valvet.
Can be worn as Complete Costume, er mad, oniwtlh any kind of Drtst Material. T taNlS. nJaM
hw iKipoj'tion, Ms in units is iiuij-ed ".V'iori" wt m cue stsrn mcohJ 1oM. T S Ftw-rhui-dut
all Out clsas rtiallua. ,
Kl El BLOOD !
PARSONS' PUROATIVE PILLS Ukl
niseo, anil wiueoaipiAisirciisngair-siv4intsaaa-
mlaikrituiaatlii Auj person wht wiUlalf
:n alaht from 1 to 1)1 waika may Wa rataiia
to sound health, tl suck a IbJaf 1 posilHs. SsU tf
Srywura, or mi hr mall for taller sis him, I, 8.
ouatoa A Co., bjiuo. Vua,, tormerlj Siajor.ila.
x yiu ese
WovOf. l)a. Kusa..4llUi,-nitUl.,frt.l,u.;'t.kq
W 2Zt rtsataTr -C5 ?ks
MnrtcifANTS fiAttnT.iNn otr. u tho
oldest nnd tho standard ilnlmcnl of the
I'nllcil Hlalm. Iirgosluti)0; medium 60
i-ents; small, 2.1 crnlt; amoll alio for family
use, i!J rents: Merchant's W'srm Tablets, S3
renls. l'or taioby every druggist and dealer
In general merchandise.
l'or Family Use.
Tho flan-tlmr nil t.nlmcnt with wnrrit
Witai'rrii,ircparod for numon llcali, Is put
npin Fiuan ooiiiosonitf, nmi uoeo nut ainin
tho skin. I'rlcoUccnui.
Tho Gnrgllntr Oil Almnntto for 1893
la now In tho hands of our printer, nnd will
borritdy rur distribution during tho months
of Novimbrrnnd December, 1W!!. Tlio A U
tnnnno for tl.o coming yrnr will bo morn uso-
ful and Instruct tin than ever, nnd wut bo
sent froo to nny addrrss. VV'rlto for ono.
Ask tlio Nonrcst DrngKlst.
If tho dealers tn your phicodo not keep
M ,1'cliiint 1 landing Oil for sale Insist upo-i
thi-i "cuU ig tniimorwhcro thrygct Iho'r
intMllciucj, nnd get It. Keep tboboltln well
(orknl,nnd shako It beforo using. Yellow
wrapper for animal nnd whlto fur human
Tho Merchant's flnrgllng Oil has been In
tieiiiiin llnlmpnt for hnlf accnttlrv. All wo
nsk bt n fair trUl, but bo euro and follow dl-
'Iho (Jnrgllng Oil nnd Jterchnnts Worm
Tablets nro for mio by nil druggists nnd deal
ers In general incrchandlio throughout tho
Manufactured nt iockiort, N. V., by Mer
chant's (Innrllng Oil Company, r
For Musical Societies
VAI. 4IIIIIII1H IIIKIK, il..1i, lmti
S,l i A- li tllllHIUM tltlltlk, lOlh HKK
,M.1. I'OIIK-I-s II r NO.Ntan, (H.Aoj, an4
EASY GLEES AND PART SONGS
in abundance in riSK ihs' newt 'tut tc a 1, uit tit h.
III), anil his new I'l.KKIilsa, ut ns.), alxiln
!'. i.i' Ill'.ltAI.II or l'HAItC III) and
1 11 i-v uraciu.
lOOO or more separate Octavo Choruses, Olecl
and Ablhcmt, each t to 10 cents.
FIRST-RATE ANTHEMS ftftAftS
II Mil'. (1133), Ktioni'l IIIMIK. SIP SV
'I It I. Mil. Itl.&. AMi:itICA. ATltl.X
IKIOK.lll.b), udUUlUUIAXLK, till, by
SCENIC CANTATAS, n?f;?,r,r
FiEli. uniSIlM rUlo IV MI'Mtt. (II M. c-o-JIAIaA.
(Wet.), auat'll Kit IMAM, (Ncli,),
Beml for Hiti and dficriptlom.
An book intllrii tot retail price.
Jl' .fcllKAll'. Chftao
OV.IVKU UITROX t CO., Hoiton. V
Vlf voiiara av
r man mt iW
your dulltt arola
timiiU run ana ut
Hi flit work, to r
lor brain irtrf aotl
I want, U Hi
If yon ara joune ant I
diteittin r i-wp
iiat.l bf talnarl. aila a
lion l if yon ararnar.
iinn IvssftHh ur laiitrulita I
iiM. r-ix n lio pi
shavntiicp vou :
TutmMJMa niw mm
Dually fro mi aoma
that Tnr iifttyru 1
nr or tlmuUuitr I
I li tiwtaly umi(
; UU- MOD
D. I. O.
fa an abaolufa
a tui Irra-lat
iila t. r a far
waa af a pluw.
of iha Mtontach
f, f w a k anJ
tt It may
tli (4. oaiullwr
Ufa. It haa
,Ul.w,'l r4 li tnt 0,
UMaai ttft ha aVai Mki
Al t thmprtl aai rMmU4
SMI tvlr. kM, It li
" "i.l'JS 'ISVALIB-S MtfSF.
rUm of all tobaolflha world a?r InrantnfM nt
Uetntijrj Slaiiijjll JS. baarinelha lplnrl .
HUUI.HIl.uai CO. aa Trr tuaai.
MAKE HENS LAY,
An Knfliih VatariDary fiarf ton aaj Oiamltt, ntv
icia eoaairr. taja to at m-m tot ntf
an4 Ualtla Tawdara aoli
snurai anil twMasaaattr valiaal.lat
nata haaa lar Ilk Statrieaa't Umdiilo l'idara.
IJosa, as la,poDlul l
wliara, er taut V. mall for lhl iattar atttapa. I
JOHNSON CO,llo.U.n.Ua,l.firm,rl Baoser.al
raasosa' l'uaJnra l-iuj was naw tlsa kueU.
'- -,.----- . BT' '-.. -
Emnloymont for Ladies.
1Ta iJimcii City StMpasirr Comy of Cka
ctoattl ait mow Kvaasiftn Urine aiul lawodutia
tir aw Rlklaf rrr f LaatUa aaj
I blMrst( and ibtr yaiul1 fbalrl waa4r
fur UtUs and taat rcllaUf Udy trnuUMLl
thn tn avtrytiouMbavjld. Our tgtaiirvcry
I m UR rutvif ftuccau uq uui oims
aaliiav. WmsaitMKa (ur Ural aadaa
aa. artitai aitirluaisial tatftlUif V AiaJrCavl
Oaa Ilia- imauawataWas r 1 itl.laiaallL 04laW
JaVJ-asTaiaf rakKUaa ra.4aWasaiVt IIMntl pSltwafta aaT-J
Htitiulka World. Ui Ito saoulaa. Kf-
ktta air 'v-fMia-unori ai ia
" THE. UEy-rc4"!any,"urTo
na uu..tiun.o uur niiw. Awfully Funnr CoM
Urns sets. SAMVlU
. 11 erali
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o l.ajna. rieaunl Huataeaa. Ao4nis
r y ZiaaLaaaVCo.,Bat,Oa4as,nb
books iajy&i ixra&A
U It Vt I mado to oriar,
A. N. K.-IJ.
fMi may suH ft UrlltHIMti .
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