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title: 'Juniata sentinel and Republican. (Mifflintown, Juniata County, Pa.) 1873-1955, December 24, 1890, Image 4',
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Housewives to Appreciate.
TTiore it a popular notion that cat.
btttfe, cauliflower, celery, and tomato?
mubt be transplanted. Joaeph Ilarria,
the well known agi cultural writer,
ays lie prows many cabbage plants,
owing th.-in iu rows 21 inches apart,
so they can be cultivated with a har
row. Last summer lie pulled the
plants from every other row clean,
leaving the rows three and one-half
feet apart, from whi. h rows he thinned
oat the pl.iut4 as needed. FinaMhe,
pulled or hoed out the plants tilley
stood about two feet apart in the row.
As a result the cubbajjei put in the
rows beaded jusf, tu well as- tliu
Which had bt-en tlalisiiUlitt-J.
A wiit.-r in '( lardmu-r's Chronicle"
Stated that he was. alilo to tell exactly
by the look of .-rt.;n wlir the clay
was put; und land (hat has had several
Iressings iJ bears better straw- j
berries and vegetables. The clay takes
aioUtuie from dew aud raiu w hi. h it J
retains, aud it absorbs more i.f the '
Juices of the manure u,ed than the
. . , , . . .1
saudy sod does. tor mixing with
light loaiu for potting straw ben ies,
day is of jit-at value, aud it is Ued
In like mauiicr for growing melons,
borne gardeners no doubt have a too
sUlfaud unworkable kiud of clay, and
the remedy is in the proper use of
road scrapings, leaf raking) aud in
gredients of the rubbish heap.
Don't Vt th
grain hs wate !
giaiu, thi'oui;!) big and little holes and
by poor Liu strings breaking. Keep
the bags washed a:id mended and good
strings sewed firmly to the bag. F--r
),rlf1n. ft... t.'l.'a n . ..... ..1 I
S ..-! I
avaiUljie Sttiliip call t o ina.le of letters I
sut out ti.-.n the ! , .1' an t.ld uil.ber !
boot and i:hie.l to a ie. e of WiHd
Sf suil.il .e m To make the let-
lare j.!it the b..i.t hi; open, mark
m. f f) Iff I t ' I 1 ; .- . -, .... ... "a'-- a mm - i i.a ui a uiiiM l-4JI VIUIU,
uttl letters and, -itt with a harp j inj irw ferruwth MJ j, tLlU u al ud is appropriate with any costume-iufeorchi-el
H.e-m.M.tl.si.le.houl.l !;loW if tI. .IKlit;oll!( .uitatle. I . Children's hats for winter are prln-
be glued ou to tl
'!, leavtlliT tie
fcJt iijj out. I
ii-in- the htainic
spread Li .. k ami u.!
f glaii pi, tl.e Ptalnl.
U, and tt.uu t., !.!,
el a pie. e
it the La
Very t.. w pcplu know how to keep
Dnlons f.; .....fully until Spring, at
teast tl.-v 1! r. if, ani thosw who d.
not w,!! prr.. . i! r-.o.-t wi:h ,li-ip-polntiiifrt
ni, 1 it they attempt to
realize the lc;; - prices in tltn prii.
for a cnsiJeraLle eluire of th. ir crop.
The prola however, is by tio means
a dilScult one, and is solved in this
Way: Sort out and di-p..se of al! but
Sound 11:: 1 ..:: I f r c. iin.'iis. JpteoJ
these In 1 ,ycr n t over a foot ,!, p. iu
a place tvher- .. will fi-.eze thioii-h.
When f:t .iiiij lime come. After-
wards cover with straw aud keep them
In a frozen ronditi. let theui thaw
at gradually, and the onions will be
as fresh and nice as when VoU stored
Another authoiity wtite: '-Tht
Irst thing in the morning after milk
ing, the cows are fed. They are then
foddered with hav and left in the
stable nntil half-past e.ht nine
'clock, when they are 1, t out to I !"'on" W'h sweet com and peas j quarter of the November moon hau
drtnk. On pleasant days thev remain j tmi ia tPially necessary. dieds of Miiall boats full of Smnoaut
La the yard thre or fonr lciirs. At rreparations bhould be made fi j put out from the eh,.re rear Apia to
noon hay is given them iu the stable. ' putting tulip, crocuses, etc., into the ! he coral reef. Every bat is provided
At three o'clock ther are a'ain let out jrrcund. Their blossoms make such an ! with fine nets stretched between bent
for aa hour to drink and exerci-e. I e u ly and attractive show that a bed of ' sticks aud attached to a short handle.
and are fed on their return to the 'hem is very desirable.
table. Hay is given them after milk- j one wishes to prolong the season
lag at night. 1 have never tried feed- ,-f sweet corn until the frosts come, a
log three times ,1 lily. 1 do not think few rows of some early varieties may
from the nature of t!,e cow that the ' be planted now. Thev mav furnish
amount u fe, 1 divided into ' acceptable late picking before frost
three feedings would make any did'
Col.F.I. fart:. -ays: -Dairy ccw ' to do is to cover the vines almost to ' 6"akeS- The natives throw down thei
Should be fed t i.-e only a day. The ' thc tip when they have begun to run. I l'H'hiva aDl1 praSp U,tir nLt"'
flairy cow neevls rest as well as food, j Thus a 11CW root iauiHde from Thos ll9Te no P
BUs will rat more slowly, masticate 1 ,hc joints of the vines, and the borer J baskeU' SlCyea' ""yWS that will hold
more and digest her food better if she ; niav do- with the raain root as hr wo,ln9 an I,ot W1"tr. nJ to
fsts two meals at re-'ular intervals. 1 ,.ie- I scoop in tlie palolos. They work with
The meals should l,s full one. A
ejuiet and contented habit should bo
ultivated iu the cows. Such habiM
aracondacive to a greater prodncti..,,.
Cow, should ahvtvs be kept in. r..m -
fortahle conditica, and never be ex-
posed to the cold. This means that
thm cow will yield more milk on tmn-h
less feed than if she is exposed to the
weather a she comnionlv is. 1 cball
keep my milking dairy this Winter all
tha time in a stable which will not
ffeeze and I skill fued and water them
there. I shall keep them bedded and
clean, fa-'.n tram with a eliding
iKin't Oterrrowil Your KovtI.
Be on the Mife si.lc iu that math r
and keep well within the d in-.-r line,
both as to house room and vard ro.in.
1ft hn tnn i'ivh fn' i I..i-iiivl l ii 1....;
would lie Iieticr :in.l lilteeu ii-iirm i
Give them it e:it ri'r.t Ti".- ; fort ol
Iwnsc rsxim etv 'i. t.-n would le bofr.
and. if possible. L'iv- tl.-ctn a h indiol
square feet of jaid rovrj ca -h. A
yard 4'. f.-ct by -n. rr loij fect by 50.
wonld giv P'O
i-ire feet for 20
fowls an I uu :iii - of land will give
room for i.v fowls on that basis.
If your houses are 15 feet by 12 they
will comfortably house a lWk of
twenty, giving nine square f?ct of
floor space to each. A very good plan
la to build deiached houses for each
flock, which admits of adapting them
t the conformation of the laud and
other exigencies. It is more labor to
take care of '200 or tOO or 1000 fowls
Men one has to go to a detached
1mm for each family and In Winter
supadally with snow drifted np against
fee ex S3 r 60 difTerent doors, path to
' .......... .... -.- " -- - i. liiiani t.. i.iis-cii, wno made a
nes-ou cau deci.'e how miny to have while lounging about some store or tr..-i.f uiu this xear as the DemocraUc
in tb flock, but at the outset d-. n't ( saloon, squirting tobacco juice or tell- crikhdaic for Governor of Massa
put over fv.tity t.-cf,:cr; righteen ' ng vulgar yarns, .deserves all the gibes cl-naffts. i said to be a prime faverita
J forLous, in having each family io-
' -:-v v uj
murnj uwu uic iui umiuru ut i
other families, etc., which make up
Soil of a somewhat sandy character,
although excellent for garden purposes
on account of warmth, ease of
manipulation, and quickness of re-
ponding to fertilizer applications, has
the one great fault of allowing
moisture and plant-food with it to
escape the lower strata, ky leeching
much faster than is often desirable. '
This fault is most apparent when thej The Russian collar of last ''
soil contains little decaying vegetable again worn, very wide, aud rolled in a
matter (carbon) and hence may be Pit the waist.
remedied by an abundant application' PU5u P'" dre of black aud
, , t , .1 colored velvets hie beliiif made up lor
of barnyard manure. Thi. course ia fllrtliolwl,to wr:ir.
naturally an expensive oue, and aj Bonm.t9 w.re Il6Ver Ampler and
good dressing of clay can often be daintier than now. The twall bonnets
made still more effective in correcting prevail for all occasions.
the mechanical deficiencies of sandy ! T,lC lollZ "Irs "f tloth are double
. ... ... .. ... .. breasted, with deep cape-collars of fur,
eoiU, and at the same time adding the ... , ,. !,- V ,v .,
that may be turned high up over the
v. via?u n uiui i9 viicu
deficient in such soils. It can be put-
on the land during the Fall or 'Winter, '
at any time when most convenient, aud
the frost will acton it and pulverize
I'rubably no better illustration caii
be given of the effects Of Water ou
growing plants than what we see iu the coat or to harmonize with it in de
tbe case of plants growing in pots, cidedly lighter or decidedly darker
Every pot is provided with a Lole iu ' colors no longer to match it.
the bottom to allow the water to drain 1 Children's die wraps are fat
out when the soil become, saturated V?." f'S p,i?. J a1"
. beaver in amue rich urti-tic shade, aud
and, with the exception of water or kre trimmed with black braid or era
bog plauts, this drainage is a necessity, broidery.
If We ae A Tttant vImua f.T'm ira 1 11 rti a T . 11 ir u-rm r,m f t?uin ..lvat 1 .
Vt-How or dnps off, or which fail to
irrow. aud 1hs whole uinuiM i.
0 , X X
unthrifty, we are almost sure to find
th- tr,..,ble to be at the roots, and not;
uutreiiiietitly we find the drainage is
eil aud inactive. Turning the
I'l.int out of the tK.t. l.U.-mir s.mH Lit-
i . .i i .. i
of lrokeii cio k at the bottom, and
then ime coarse material, the plant is!
i.. 1 . ... i is ... I
, .....-.. j.i-e ana uiieu in wiui (
ft' folk xill Mllil lit a cluiH t nxsik it at -4a
W .tlu.ut healtr.y roots there can be uo
it nececsary for the roots to take from
the soil what thc Want, but the water
inu-t pa off and Uot remain stagnant,
.a disease and death will follow, ihc
are is exactly the same with plants
iM..wirw io the fields, nheie theeo is
, , I
sii f- rce- ,T moisture f.el..n tt, .... - I
t., e Vl.-fc's M'inuc'
Wat-.-the young celery plants with j
a solution of a pouud of saltpeter iu
J'J gallons of Hater. 1 hiu them out if
to thick, and u-e only the strong and
A horseman of eipeiience ssys thai
I lie l- I laid betweeu the hair and
I he hoof is an excellent ictnedy for
cjuaiter cracks or other imperfections
in the hoof.
Lima beans should be fastened to
the poles with strings as soon as they
begin to run. They will then begin to
grow more rapidly and permit of
working the hills.
Successive planting of garden vege
tables should be made so as to have a
1 lengthened supply
throughout the '
Injury from the squash borer is
a .' i 1 ..n..nln.l All V. . 1 .. .
j 1 j . aii uic i v w cr ll a s
"When ornamental shrubs are out oi
... . , "
, nower. it is well to cut away the flow er
, ' , . v ,
, -W ' T
i,'UVb,,m",IrS ,D n .
T vf "I ,i hebaU, '
i T "
1 ' "
1 "Vn,ere no rto,"k ,s 'P4' n"1 nnre
must oe maae lor a garden, an excel- K -j the Samoans put back to shore
lent mode of so doing is to begin witu !, their catch. In sea water the pa
a pile of dirt, upon which all the waste U- ss can be kept alie for hoUiS. Witli-
water ana reiue Miouid te thrown.
. , , , , . ...
ii r-rioui.i re covered to prevent injury
by rain. Each family wastes enough
very season to inguly manure a gar-
There i a variety among farmers at
well as among apples. The slip-shod, I
down-at-the mouth man who attributes I
an T:iillin In ill-Iiiel: an.t Ka.1 k.iIKi.
- ........ uu -it u.u.-to
in- to thrifty neighbor.. Their fence
. . . . . . ...
rows lurnisft weed seeds for au; tcosr
stock i a constant nnisanee.
If it is proposed to plant an ovharo
in the Spring, a useful part of the
vrQ1'tL lnf oe profitably done now, in
des-iding upon the varieties, the num
ber of each kind, etc. Colored apples
red or largely striped with red, tll
more rapidly than green ones. Of
Winter apples select tboe varieties
that are well known.
My brother, who is but four years
1,1.1 iiii lila null her'a Minrn Iiaiiia i.ftm
i - "
a long absence, was asked why ha did
uot ask God to take care of hit mother
as he bad been doing every night aince !
her departure. 'Ob replied the ra-
Joicing llttlo ot, wa can do it our-J
. aalraa aaw she la with u agaU." I
,. . , .
1 11K Blliail Olll-I n KTM IIIVI.ll
except gold, which is still ued.
Faille fraii-sisi remain!) the MhihI
ard silk, and comes iu all the uev
For ordinary wear the cloth jacket
remains the most useful wrap between
Small steel buckles and steel orna
ments of all sorts are Used iu w inter
This winter hats are trimmed wrong
side before; even the birds are dying
The baby ribbon so sweepln-ly pop
uhtr during the milium r is strain iu use
on hats, but mure sparingly, aud now
The toque, something between a
turoan ana uoniiet, is maite up or ciotu
L...; ... .......i. .,it A .....
Jften or fet
i The child hat is worn in contrast to
caded velvets or of cloth nearly cov-
"re PP'"le wrures iu iiacK on
lkim'lrtl a,.,.,,,, for be,utr more on
the dainlv combination of teveral
colors iu ribbon.
civet and em
ail v richne'S of
broidery than n
te"ial i'ai nituie of bird, liowers o
.... . " ' "
cap- with high
Wu-ed collar are the p.pular choice, bo-
sria iiujOi sa-.l fnt 1 J unit ..r. Jlo 1 mr. '. w.
letts wun low crowns ana
w iur uappiug riin-. uuisiiea w mi inca
borders uii ihc t jjc of long shaggy
bea V ei .
Itobca of iuipeiitd eeice, with em
bossed velvet for corn hi nai 10 ., or era-
'broideied souries .uf silk, deserve
' t-pe lal attention 111 tha catalogue of
( the fall dre- grtods.
ll,e clo-ie-littiriir I
kets ace severely
plain witl' i hifh, efraight militaiv
,, ;iar. 1 "jut iiici.t is hooked down
the front without button-and the plain
sleeve has iu ,
The dres i i:n h -n.ji d ied below
l!ie ai-t bin- b a sihl !e steel or three
!-Uiail ll,s. and lllile- the liirure is
such as to need it no pad or bustle of
niy I. i ml i u 01 11.
Seal skin ncjn. ic douhle-l-i
en-fed, will, a -ti, ,11 Kil--i,ui coll.u
that lllav 1- n;ii.. .i i.j, lno'i al.out thf
ear-, and th, !. hh--h.iuld. led
coat sleeves wit). j. I.'u-sj;.,. culls".
lhe Samoa lis' Pah.lo.
The palo'o is probably the most
curious table delicacy in the world. It
is a worm about as thick us a strand of
yarn and from live to eight inches
long. It is eaiii'ht once a jear near the
Saiiioan Islands and is eaten by the
native Suunmns. ei v" earlv ? the
morning of tin- tii-t ,lay of the last
At the reefs a litlie pkirmUhing for
the best places, many collisions, a good
bit of SsniosD curinr, and any amount
of singing and ehontii.g precede the
fishing. Then an octi-innal shout of
"Palolol palolo!' is heard as some one
scoops in a netful of worms. Sud
denly the water begins to crawl. It
seems to be boiling with tiny water
tremendinis energy, for they realize
that the minute the sun rises tha palo-
,, - .t
os will be off again f.u another year.
Buckets, baskets, bo.vls aud platter.
Ue filled with the tiny squirming
vorms, yet the natives work on with
"ill hich the white folks have rare-
given them the credit for possessing,
je 8,111 rise' auJ a11 u OTer- Tlie
f .lolos are gone, no one knoVs where,
o0i water thev die in a f
K-ted pah.los are of
a 0 ark -brown
cole. Roiled palolos and raw palolos
ra flue, blown, light j ellow, or green
'aor natives eat them raw; othets
roaV or boil ttveiu.
An Ohlielne Younit Statesman.
i'" " 1, J
fcouv one niht:" ssid a Boston Globa
writer, "and pulled trie boll. It was
after 3 i p"elvk. I apolo fired for call
ing re late; bet ptatod tent my paper.
whi;l was going to press at 9 o'clock
iu tls morning, wanted a column ot
bis epcech. The young statesman and
lv)er was completely vaoiti out from
a hard day'a work, but he finally
j iclded to my importunities, aud while
1 read his books aud smoked his
choicest cigars, he took my place aa
reporter and wrote ont with his
own Land a column of lSOo w-.t.
iia .... 1 t . , .
"uitu spuesren iu I lie mornino- nitie
I earned oxj salary prcUy easily that
cla)-Mn "tSSII; 7, ThJ&
Phomore "SXo, air; it hasn't been
oBan la torae weeks. '
. 1 e,TW " . ? i
always stylish and hand-.me.
,.-Te rsni t in In life late
THal 1 line bad cli'd the outer gat
S,. lale ll ?.ecint tlie lr ias tiaired.
i;i.t boi. mill all tti iiotie ruuKti searred
t nat iiKucit my balniatiun jeate uu sifta
l welcum: l,i lUe god telia;ii.
tur lave wtthali Ins Mer Jivuio
Had couie so late.
It seemed that none would ever came
In answer l, bis ku,ck. UiuuU sumts
weet ihouKtit stirred resiles, in my breast
I ueay waned from it lone rest,
iranir were such lair visitors that when
l.oe , .line and called, and called aaaia
tl was at ursl In vain, for lliea
11 seemed so Late.
No chamber had my soul prepared
AKauit his coming, none bad uareil
Kirelell his adveut ; It did seeiu
More of a 1441 . uusiable dream
I'efore he, suniiiioiis. sweet and clear, rauic out
aking the diowsy-liddetl rout
ill laucies. passion sweet, his sh..ut
2vr-itied all t,o lale.
lo rich f-a-l ha 1 been spread fur him :
A'.l tlie .'U-l eliaillber IlKhlS burued dim,
1 r few had come that way to elaiiu
. le.iiui; .lace e'en fickle Fame
IUI fled loiiK. loiiij before Love came
And et Ibe ciosrd iza le opeued wlda
At Ins approach ; t-oUs bot a-lde ;
All the 01. hi soul lights tlauied. and loud
Kallg out the welcoliie of lit- crowd.
My soul's lest miiislrelsy did welcome bliu,
bright Krrw my dlllilnet, ilarkest dle.lu,
tot allei all it did not s,em
l.ove came too late.
ISEKI L IS TUB KITCUKN.
Ten couiuiou sized eggs weigh one
One pint of coffee A sugar weighs
One cup of sifted flour (well heaped)
One pint of best brown sugar weighs
Two teacups (well heaped) of coffee
A sugar weigh ells pound.
Two teacups (.level) of granulated
sugar weigh one pound.
Two teacups of aoft butter (well
packed) weigh one ponud.
Two tablespoonaful of powdered
sugar or flour weigh one pound.
Wise beyond iier tubs. Regin
ald 1 love you, Madeline. For you I
would give up lamilv, position, wealtlu
Madeline Hold, Keg'uali. Give up
family is all right 1 fain would be
sijured a motber-iu-all give up your
position, if you can get a letter oue.
but for heaven's sake hold on to your
wealth. We may need it.
A NATURAL RKSL'LT Vkltor in lui
s-ne iinylnin'to Weepei) And who is
that Klulieiing idiot over there?
Ke'er (s.i ily)-l'liat poorfellow was
one of our most promisiug young law
yers till tie took a voiiinf lady to a ball
game one afternoon and attempted to
uulch the tame and ex 1 lain It to her at
the same time.
A Rca.rk.tl, Offer.
For several years a well known Bostoa busl-rie-,
house ha, uaals psrsons keeping poutlrr,
'in r miHum-tufit l offsrs of premiuois
p ,yMe in al 1, si:u, as lna as nxir dollars
to iwnril aii-1 a tt less thaa IWe dollars to
any ttiuroir of a pre'uium. Tha best thinfr
about trios oif -?r was that the premiums
bur, i.otiii pr.iait.y paid as afreed in
iroiii iota. 1- if ir dollar premiums da not
Vr.w 0.1 erery oasli" as the old saving ia,an I
w, have no dou tit to minv who e.mpeted for
lh- n, the amount receiv-d c.aie ia nan ly to
hlp isiv th ne-essarr bills of a hard winter,
vi if not, biiv some 1 ixtir? mat lh, t smilr aii--i.li.tt-iy
u.vlH. ut ottirmn coaM uot af
ford. Tl.e saiuo firm. I. J ihus-a A I'o., '
, u-l 'm H-usa t., B.i-toa. Mass., author! us
I t -istetliat the. have irvpr.-d an offer of
similar oieanmns th: year, with one very im
K riant Improvement a id ti.at la, fO thai the
L-,l siniier cUni. f.;r oLance witn ott.ers
of ettiuir ne hitxired and lifty dollars in
iiol.l pieuiiauis. Why! that s a good as fifty
liars ir motilh lor lh three wii.t-j
inoitiiis. It's worth ireni for anwav-. John
fsiu A: i will aend full particulars free to
auv ;re n aendioar thetn th-ir a Idress on a
l-i titlc&r.l. The-e premtuui off rs are made
in i iu.-riion wiai tfius-of sher.dau's Con.
dil.-a i'odor to tuaWe liens W.
Vocal sarcasm. Miss lljsee "l
was ein oreil turee times wasn't l?"
Mine, iajin? "Yes; the cowpunv
seemeii to resogniEe that yon needed
CoqkIis and t'ol.ii Thoe ahfi aresufteiing
from l oiii-hs ,.l,s. Sore Throat, eti- should
ii lin..a s liaoacaiat. IhocBts. Sj'.d onla
The United Slates has 3.547,000
square m lea, ant Austria, which in
clmies I'apua. New Zealand and Tas
mania, ha 2,0-0,755 square miles.
The C'lnfldenee of people who hre tried
Hood's Siis iiail la. in this preparation. Is re
markable. II ha- euied many who have tailed
tode.ive any t:ood ml. stover from other art
tcl, s. i- er diseases caused by impure blood Of
low state uf the system It is unsurpassed.
Henna imported from Canada or
Euroj must now pay forty cents poc
bnho: of sixty pounds.
Its Tea Ever late f
.".nv KtsiQ eer.dlne us their name and a-1-,lts
is- 11 rcciee iuforiation that win lead
to a f irlil'ie. IleDl- Lewis at Co., Security
liuilaiiia-, Kansas city. Mo.
Nearly -iO.OOO pounds of bread are
daily eaten in the Sultau of Turkey's
I'aiin'A Kidney Cure for
Iiroj.sy, tiravel, Diabetes, Bright',
Heart, l.'rinary or Liver Diseases, Nerv
ousness, Ac. Cure guaranteed. 831
Arch btreet, Thtlad'a. $1 a bottle, tf
lor 5, or druggist. 1000 certificates ot
cures. Try iu
The weight of a cubic foot of flesh
wat-r is given at G2.5 aud of sea water
at 04 25 pounds.
41.':it.iiiin r.u'de p.oo ind Map sent anywhers
ii leceipt uf Victs Tvler To., Kansas Cily, Mo.
Iu England last year 9,928 persons
were imprisoned aa debtors or on civil
ICiipture t'iireKiiaraii(reI ly
Ir, J. Ii. Mayer, Sol Arch St., 1'liU'a,
Pa. Kase at occe, no operation or de
lay from business, attested by thou
fands ot cures alter others tail, advice
fiee, send tor circular.
A smile page of manus;rlpt by
Charles lickens recently brought $2 Jo
at a sal by auction.
I.ee W a Chinese Headache Cure. Harmless
in ea.-et. aiuieii and p s!tive iu action, mui
prei.a.d ou rc iptof 1 ie-r bottle. Adelei 4 Co
yandi.ltc St , Kansas City, Ma.
In 1 .-. we imported 742,1 36,640
t-oiimls of tin plate at a cast of
V rir Axle Urtu.
.ne trial will convince you that It Is tie
b.-.t. Ask your dealer tor tlie Fraxer Axle
Crease, ami take no other. Kvery box Las
our trade mark on.
There are 210 l'resbyterian parishes
in Mii higai and 'al, 69d members of
" Wonsin Her Diseases ani Their Treat
ment " a raluahle illusirated tjook ot seventT-
io pn;es sni iree. on receipt o loe ft eoyer
tolmaillui.ete." Addrees, F. U. "kit lutn.
la l a.
Hie China Sea and the Bay of Fun'ly
aie the two roughest seas in the
Why rub. and toil, and wear out yourself and
y.eir elofluts on washday, when, ever slues
lsot, lHibbius' electric !oap has been ottered
m purpose to hfthteu your lalsvr.and save tour
clothes. A'oic try It. Your grocer has n.
There are 5.1 fx I am aeaa e ....
! surveyed land In the SUteof Waahing
Timber. M ni-ral. Farm Lands and Ranches
In M Issualrl h iiaia T .. . ...
UUKlit anJ aoio. Tyler & Co, K ausv Cllj. Ma!
Tba KtUP Ct lhA VarhArIxar...ai .;. I .aw
v.uvi inuviai utu uq
come a dangerous lunatic
Jlaffltcled with sore eyes use Dr. laaaeTbooxp.
mi aw-waiav. vniaaaaaiaauacabeup
j AOTHaa TitiNo "Did you tell
j CUttlaa that I was aa infamous Hat?"
I 'No, 1 Old not. Quite tha reverse, in
I emdtt yoa war a CaoMN cjm." :
A Hindoo Trlolc
Keller the magician, aaw a trick at
rmloctta which, he eonleMM baffled
He was in a long, vacant room
iritfi four friends, and they wee al
Vvi tn atimir.1) it thorouirhlv. There
were four fakirs present. The party
1 ;3 . 1.
ook aeata on a Dencn miuwaj "i
room. The fakirs lighted a censor,
!rom which exuded a sickly, sweetish
moke, filling the entire room. The
iakirs then began a wild, whirling
lance, all the while chanting and beat
ng tom-toms, when suddenly the
lancers appeared to increase in nun
Mr nntil a full dozen were dancing and
rV,,rl, rw .iwinl TIiam tlipn decreased
intil bnt one dancer remained, an old
nan with flowing beard. vt uat oe
same of the other dancers Keller can
lot tell, though he tried, by another
le&rch of the room to discover the se
iret. A SCIENTIFIC PHENOMENON. Ob-
tuary .Editor "ferbaps no science
las eeeu so much advance during the
Mat century ad chemistry. Every thing
b now hti'.an made from chemicals
liuciiage, ink, wlilky, beer, anJ iuautn
rable other substaucea. 1 saw an evl
leuce of this to day iu our mailing
room. A man tok a bottle of mucilage
Snake Jiditor " Well?"
O. K. "lie actually turned It Into a
jiiste pot "
One 1 tiuiuitiid lkollara.
1 will forfeit the shore amount. If I fall to
prove that t loiaplexiou islhe best medicine la
nisieiice t,r liyspepsia. Indigestion or Bilious.
less. It is a cerlsiu cure, ana affords Immedi
tte relief. In cases of Kidney aud laver Coiu
lnlrit. Nervous Iiebility aud Consumption.
1-lorap!ex:on builds up the weak system and
rules wueie oilier remeuies lan. a,k sour
liiitiiMsT for it and get well. Valuable book
1 hinus Worth Know .nc." alsrt. sample bottle
M-nt lice: all chances pieiald Address
riankliu Hart. 54 Warreu Sueet New ork.
English laudlor la are finding it ez-
a-euiely dithcult to rent their farms.
Beware i Olnunente for Catarrh That Cow-
is mercury will surely destroy the sense of
unell and completely derange the whole svs-
tn wuen enierniK it tnrouijn lite mucous sur-a,-es.
rucb art.cles should never be used ex
:epi on brencriplioiis iroin reputable iihvi
ilans. as tlie daiuag - thev will do Is ten fold to
he g od you can possibly derive from theui.
3 all s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by K. J.
."le-ney a. ;o Toledo O., couiaius no mercury,
ii.d is taken internally, and acts dlr-eliy upon
lie PUmmI and mucous surlaee of the svslel!t.
.ii b.iyme liall's Catarrh Cure be sure yiai iet
he ic'iiuine. it Is taken internallv, aud uiadelu
loledo, onio, by K. J. Cheney & Co.
STMuid by Uruiigists, price T6c. per bottle.
Iiosea Brown of Lyuu county. Ore
ton, aied 102 years, and a veteran of
1812. has just leeu awaided a uenaiou
it t'40 a month.
A HMfriort o( f oealble.
The St ernard Veg. -table pill st mulates
oipid livers, Kindueys, luuus and bowels, re
lieves cniiKeslion. purifies the bluod and pro
notes hej.ihy Ul.est ou, uutriilou, aecreliou,
ind exciet inn, and s tbereloie able to o .unlet -ict
The c ,u-es .if d.sea-e aud eure neatly all
aie Ills ih.t lif-h is heir to. which c .uuol be
la.d of aii siineie prepjratioh In existence. A
lallllCe of Hie M. heiliard Venetable Pllis
all be sen: .r-e to all applicants address.
3l. bernaul, b i
The municipal authorities at Auvrs
?uiv, liivarid. have tendrfiei the
"letdomof the city to Prince Bls
H -a a Girl Made Money,
.via Kt-iTOB 1 am tecijited to give iuv ex
-I l-:toe lur llie bcie-ht ol olheis. 1 sent So to
i K. leiuo & Co., C'lluinnus, o., and received
t liu" niacli ue lor pialni w.tb 4,'d, silver and
in aei. 1 he plating is done so nice every per
on u mts work dun. I tet all the ku ves.
i.iks and l-we.rv I.e. in plate I made flj() the
lien si il.iv. ii ihe lust week; iu one
niiich I Ii id cI clear prutlt. My br.thi-r
iiaKes ii-iio iJu per uay -.ling pla'ies. Any
iiii-cu do as much by writing to the above
n in loi circulars.
1.0cr V. BiBuir.
The survey of the projected ship canal
n I'enn ylvaiiia connecting willi Lake
Erie, u is Letn couipleted.
;-:aiaiitee.t five year eiht per rent First
M. a ; i::iu' s m Kansas City pioperty, inleiesi
. . i.ie every six ntt? : prmeipsl anl inter-
-j cill -cted when dm ai:i remitted wituout
x, .-iise -o ien"T. for sale by J H. Bauerleiu
vu, Kansas Cuy. Mo. Write for paiuculais
Trrifce ha orderel a submarine
oo:il, 131 feet lonz to be built by the
inventor or tji'miiote.
M.tney iiive-t-il in hoice mie t.uudied dol
' ii luiiI lM'.' 1,'ts ii sulmriisot Kansas City w.ll
iv limn live hundred to cue thousand per
.-, lit. Hie next I. w years under our plau. S-3
:.i.-li and "iper ni.nith without n l -rest cni-li-i.s
i ilf.iijl.lr int 1'ait-cular- . applica
.on. J 11 H iiii '.e.ii di Co.. Kaiiias Cilv. Alo.
I he pruject o'. a railway across the
les it. ot Sahara meets with consider
aie op(ositiou In Aleeria.
FITS: A n TTts siopiieu free oy Dr. Kline's (ireat
er iie-iorer. o ritaafter nrst days use. Mar
it.iu cures. '1 lesiioeaud fiLuuiriai oou.e tree u
tl.uKi, cdioor.Kune.iil Area at. faua,.fa.
From twelve to eighteen suicides ou
lie average have be, n registered daily
t Die l'ans Policfl Oilice.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs ia taken ; it ia pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acta
cent yet promptly on the Kidneya,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, bead
tiches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figa is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
ha actios and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable suhstanoea,
its many excellent qualities com
mend it to all and have made it
the most popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs ia for sale in 60o
nd 1 bottles by all leading dru
gists. Any reliable druggist whs
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept
:aliforniA fig syrup co.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
On-TIU F., Kr. MW YORK, S. T.
euro SICK HEADACHE.
Cents a Box.
Oiy AT T. DRUOaiSTS.
1 priflcrlbe and fmly ea
durse Bl ii as the oolt
ol this disease.
U U l.VUKlUl. il D.
Aluabsrdaiu. M. V
We have aold Blc c ios
tiiany yeara. aud II ua.
iveo uia Da.t of aaaaa
1. K fiVlHElCO,
Sr.ld b, Uruefl
U'A.NTKIl-rF.RSIINS OF EITHKK SEX
In do writing at their own homes ; pleasant
M--iii..iti m : j-.wwi par. S. nd lGe. for paper etc
MQOKK, IT7 McUougal StM .er York ciiy.
a An ciersnl snd aHfol Chrlttmu (Ut, I
,OUht PEN CO.. BOSTON. MASS.1
On the one band Scrofula, the an -lent til
sease. known the world over, gnawing at th -vitals
of every nation, eristitnj in the blood ol
nearly every family Inherited, or acquired by
snr srniir habits and indulceuces powerful.
obstinate, almost l.npreenable.
.. . i. a. ...... .ills rfie
tn tueotner uauu noou ,.i -,K. ......
modern uiedicine, the great enemy of Impure
blood, accomplishing the most won lerful cures
ot -crotula, salt rliem. etc., the couqueror of
disease, economical, reliable, sure.
If you suffer at all from the Giant of Disease,
conquer him by the aid ot the Giant of Health
Sold by all drueists. sl:slxforfS. Prepared
only by C. 1. HOOD & Vt)., Lowell. Mass.
IUO loeM One Irollar
Xothiuix On Earth Will
SLeridan's Condition Powder!
It Is eLMlut-lw pur. HlehW eotventrmtpd. In qnn
tlty It cvjsjts Thao at-sith of a coat dsty. Stncuy ft
ltidlclie. hrweiiu at.d cure aUi dlar-svai, iod tor
;mitr chirk. Vv'oi-th more tbsui t;old h rii- moult.
WtuLil tor 2S oentit in tamns,, Bt Tkajrs-a 91. IH lb
5-iriaL tj ina.ll. LJ)i. Him CSltk. i ou. fiprrisj paid.
'THE BEJT POClTRY MAGAZINE." amm.il copy frs-m.
ftuiT-w KtMfinq Uvto Trw lth si ou ordrra or more.
. la. JiJU2kaoJi aX U XX Custom Houao tita. IfaatBoU. Mmm.
:iv? Immediate relief,
it is believed U be the
tllesl As 111. MA HemeUy
aiiuwu to nuinauity.
Aevlileiu-e we (five a
Trixl Packiiiie. KKtt
Sold I'Y liruirirists.
ent by mail, iio-lpald.
for SI jer Itux. Ad.lrens. runs. 1'Or-liAlI Mil
Kidge Aveuue. fliiladelpbia.
Bv ttiorouffti ku a-lt-la ir ths natural laws
wtiuii. guveru me sieratnjQs .if ulnestluu aua autre
Uou, will tiy a careful apiic&iluo ut tue Una pritfr.
Utsul weU-selecu4 Oiixa, Mr. Kpps Iia4 pruvijaa
our UMKItol tables S.I1I1 a awioately fl.Httumil bev
rrofu aliU-U inm mvc us many lieavy ii K.-tom' bl.lt.
It i uy tut juaicioiu Use jl .ucn artloliM if llet
tliat a cou.UUlllirtl ma be irraaually built upuiitl
truuK eumuu to resist evexr tendency to dl a-iJ.
Uuuilnsls uf subtle lualaaiM are fluatmi: arwuiiil ua
r-aily to attaeic wuerevvr Lfii re 1. a wealt I-'lnL.
W niM. whie DikuT a faial sliart by keeping our
aelve a-ell r.irutlea wttn pure biuoil ana a pruperiy
bouriaueil frame. " 'k u vm (aalle.
Mal ainiply ritli boillo teauar or ml!k- Sold
util In hatf-p .una Has. by ilrooera, labelled thus:
U-IICs fcr-lTs A. ( ., li.jin avipauuo (. tieuust
IxjSIhiN, I SUI..SU,
AFUH STKIKISQ THE Iii.Br.lt..
Captain '"Jluiry up there. Get ito
tlie boats. Slie'li go to tlie hjUom In
Excited passe iwer "But I say. Cap
tain, give tne tim) to tfet my rubbers,
won't you'f If I get my feet wet It will
he the death o' me "
VtKV ACC'Oill'LlSHEU. Miss De
Mu;r '"How charmiug you lojk to
Missde Mt-auor t-liIilly ilysiritio)
"I ri-irret 1 cannot bay as much for
Miss de Mu r(swietly) "i'ou could,
dear, if you weie as accomplished a liar
aa I am."
A PLAL'Slill.ii TlJli-iKV.
Mrs le Sweet cannot understand
wbv so many cultured men are wiilnifr
to leave all the happiness or home, u!l
the l.Iessinjrs of c vilizatiou, and spend a
life-time iu explorations iu such coun
tries us Africa.
Colonel W.irmli artfu-allantlt ) "All
mu, madam aie not h.essed with sui.-h
wives as Mr. De Sweet."
OME ARK DEAK AT THE PRICK.
"I tlilnk I'll be an author wlien I giow
up,"iemarKed Ireddy li..jack.
"I wouldn't, replied his father; "bralu
work is very poorly paid."
"Why 1 didn't know that," added
Fred it v, in turprise.
"Yes; you m-ver heard anjbiidy offer
another more tbau a peuuy tor his
thou;h's do you?''
A bad FAii.LUi-. Stiijfiers 'Tes,
sir; marriage isi ;i failure with me."
Siu.ip. r "Ahl"
Stagers "les sir; I was led to be
lieve that tlie girl 1 loved was worth ten
thousanddiiiiars. After the ceremony I
heard the had only one hundred dollars
in bank." i
Snootier "That i9 a bad failure.
Just one ceut on the dollar, wasn't iff
Veuy cr KsiDEHAiE M lss Stanhope
(promenading vim her mamiua)
"Great horrors! here comes thatacenm
modalins little c!erk of JLacy's aud he
loov.s aa if he was going to j n us
rig- t before the Hastings, too."
tiOKilus (halting them. smlliDc)
"llowd'yedo, Mr9. Stanhope and Miss
Gertrude, howd'ye do I b lieve jou
have actually forgotten me."
Mrs. Stanhope "Well, sir, vie are
the last people In the world to try to
shake any man's belief, 1 hope."
Force of iiabjt. Harry Dearest,
I love you better thau any one on earth.
If toil w.ll consent to be mine I will be
your humble slavrt until death calls me
hence. My heart is wholly yours. I love
you Cistractedly. If tins does not
saiisiy you or my oevotion, what will?
i . 1 . 1
a fai trot t. asn 1
She wa' a saleslady mti.I tha .r.l
came to her ruby lips by force of habit.
urn 11 cauie iiKe a cruel Mow, and Harry,
with a gr?at gulp of sorrow, turne I, a
way and went out Into the siieut n-ht
to ted his griefs to the cold unfeeling
stars In the eb m vault above.
Fred's mistake. Amy r reJ, 1
hear that your engagement w ith Mlsi
Bla ser is broken.
Frel Yes. it is
Amy It must have beenbu'.lt on the
sand to fall so soon.
Fred I thought it was f )midd on
ijcks, bnt I discover, d she hadn't any.
MAK1XO FIVE CKXT5 GO A LOXO
way. l'hilanthropist You askeil me
for a nickel toptsomr;thintoeat with.
I gave It to y -u, and h-ie you are
drinking a c'ass of beer.
Tramp Y'es; but wait until you see
me get at the lunch counter
Accidents in high LifE. Firt
tramp "Say, p.irU, how'd ye smash yer
ecoua liamp "Shuttiu' the
A GOOD FosniviN. "That uiau Las a
"Wliat la it?'
"HeaJ up, client well out aud le 's
Hia 8ACKIFICE. HiUwayiDau (to
deaf iuliviilual)-M iuey or jour iife.
Iear lndividuallin carriage w it Ii w If e)
Wliat'a that? Money or my wife.
Well, theu, take my wife.
HE SPOKE FROM EXPERIENCE. I
have a mind to get married."
"Well, yoa won't have any after
wards, 1 can tell you."
A Profonnd Tonngster.
Thre was a convention of Snnflay.
school teachers in sepsiou at Crystal
Iike and all thc teachers of the three
counties represented were there.- The
amount of I'.ibli.nl and theological
knowledge thev had was somi-i hinfj
astoundiii";. 611 the last day of the
convention the high chief ranger of tlie
affair announced to tlie 400 delegates
that he would be pleased to have the
knowing ones tliiuk up some hard ques
tions on subjects pertaining to their
work, write them on slips of paper,
and submit them to him, and that
evening at the lust session, which was
to be a sort of entertainment, he would
answer them. A lot of people wrote
their questions and gave them to the
great professor, and when evening
came he had about fifty good gnarly
problems in his bunch of paper slips.
The evening's exercise began with
reading and answering tlie questions,
aud though some of them were from
away back and very obtuse, the pood
old man who had put himself up there
as a mark coped with theui successfully,
aud impressed the great gathering wiih
his vast knowledge.
Finally he ran against a quegtioD
tliat made him knit his brows. He
scowled at it a moment and then laid
it aside. When he answered all tlie
rest he picked up the 6iJe-tracked
query and said:
Here is a question which I confess
I am unable to answer. 1 submit to
tlie audience, and if anyone is able to
give me the answer 1 will be glad Ut
bear what it is.
Then he read this query:
"Who was the boy aud what was
bis name who held the basket contain
ing the live loaves and two fishes which
fed the multitude?"
Nobody made any effort to answer
it, and the professor 6aid:
"It seems that nobody knows any
more about it than 1 do. 1 will have
to call on the person who submitted
the question to come forward and
answer it. Will you please do so?"
To the great surprise of the 400 peo
ple, and his mother as well, Frank
Jones, a thirteen-year-old s liool-boy,
got up and modestly walked up the
aisle. 1C very body looked at h:ni
amazed. The professor said :
"Did you submit this qiicatiuii?"
Can you answer it?"
'Well, 1 am sure everybody will he
glad to hear il ."'
"The boy," said Frank quietly but
steadily, "lien i..ia, son of Aiir:sm,
who was a sister of riiilip, one of the
A unii iniir of astonishment 1 a 11 ovet
the audience. Here; was si nm-! Iiiu loo
deep for even the professed liieolniaiij
in convention a-seinbled. The 10-
fessor turned to the boy:
'Did von lindlhal in tl.e bible?'
"Where, then, did you et it .'"
"In Greek history.',
That was the cap sheaf. A l.sd ..f
thirteen bowling- down 400 oeii;ui.l
teachers in the Christian cause, un j
telliujf them in an una.-siiniiti w.iv
that he dug the iuf ui'iiisiLiou out &
I think it will be well to give this
boy room to spread himself -w hen iw
Vcoiues a man. Chicago M-.iil.
SI, 000 REWARD!
Tbe abnra rraard vi!! be TV'1 for roor '
thf tl I'rcw ( ii h."'i-r l.IJi'I.iiil'
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r t n i u n 5 A,iy Lino b. f tc-TGEs & c .
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f SacTOssfuliy Prosecutes Claims.
I Latal-rlactpal lilminer US. 1J. s.on llurism.
I Syrala laat war, UtajuclicatiugciaLiua, auj una
ft3 THE POSITIVE CURL". trV
jpt DR. SCHEf.'CK'S
OR. SCHENCK'S AS.jP RAKE Pi LL" WCX-S
ila,. a I AriUARS FOR OVER HV-F A CENi'wi.Y
hum, Fiiul-ri'-y, ' '--'.ir, Mrii ..' Ji,..-. f
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tlDfl. !rrak UMrt'lUt iIO up: .'i r :
l"r f!r, h-atthy action i
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o -orrtiTonttiTe or t-treuptb-
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