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A Whale's Death Flurry.
"H1urra, boyal see she rises!'" wai
the general shout. Up came the whaic
more suddenly than we expeoted. A
general dash was made at her by all
the boats. " 'Stern for your lives;
stern of all!" orled some of the mort
experienced harpooners. "Soo, sh'4
in a flurry," First the monster 1apped
the water violently with his flns; then
its tall was elevated aloft, lashing tho
ocean around it in a mass of toam.
This was not LW death flurry, for gain
lug strength before any moreharpoons
or lances could be struck into it, away
it went again, heading towards the &ce.
Its course was now clearly discerned
by a small whirling eddy, which
showed that it w as at no great distance
under the surface, while in its wake
was sen in a thin line of oil and blood
which had exuded from its wound.
Wearied, however, by its exertions and
its former deep dive, It was again
obliged to conmo to the surface to
breathe. Agai the eager boats dashed
In, almost running on its back, and
frmn everyj side it was piled with
lances, while another harpoon was
driven deeply Into It, making It doubly
secured. Our boat was the most incan
tious, for we were right over the tali
of thO whale. The chief harpooner
warnod us-'Back, iy lads; back of
all,'' he 8houted out, his own boat pull
lug away. ".Now she's in her death
iturry.'' These words were not out of
his mouth when I saw Our harpooner
leap from the boat and swim as fast as
he could towards one of the others. I
was thinking of following his example,
knowing he had good reasons for it,
for I had seen the tins of tile animal lap
furiously, and which had warned him,
when a violent blow, which I fancied
must have not only dashed the boat to
pieces, but have broken every bone in
our bodies, was struck on the keel of
the boat. Up flow the boat in the air,
some six or eight feet at least, with the
remaining crew in her. Then down
we came, one flying on one side, one
on the other, but none of us hurt even,
all spluttering and striking out to
gether, while tie boat came down
keel uperiost, not much the worse
either. Fortunately we all got clear
of the furious blows the monster con
tinued dealing with its tall. "Never
saw a whale in such a Iturry I" sal! old
David, into whose boat I was taken.
For upwards of two minutes the lurry
contnued, we all the while looking on,
and no one daring to approach it; at
the saine thne a spout of blood and
mucus ani oil asconded Into the air
from its blow-holes and sprinkled us
all over. I'llurra, my lads, she spouts
blood I" we shouted out to each other,
though we all saw and felt it plail
enough. There was a last lash of that,
taill, now faint and scarcely rising
above the water, but which, a few
minutes ago, would have sent every
boat around it flying Into splinters.
Then all was quiet. Tiho mighty mass
now inanimate, turned sIowly aroluid
upon its side, and then it floated belly
up~ and1 dead.
Anm Execjutin in IIun,iaR.
A sp)ectator of the e'xceut ion of Solo
viefY, the young Russlan who attemp
ted to assassinate the Uznr, sends the
followilng description: .A plat,form,
somiethfig less than three f'eet in
height, had beeni erected in tihe field
about one hundred yards8 from the
Great Prospect. On this were placedi
two upright posts, and a cross-bar wasi
lflIxed to these, with dutplicaite arrange
ment of ropes. whieh certainly seemed'(
very slight. Tihe secondl was evidently
providedl in case of any accidenat wvith
the other. Toward the back part of
the p)latformi, and1( In the middle, wasa
third upright p)ost, against which sub
sequently tihe p)risonecr stood. It is
enlled by the Russians tihe 'post 0f
shame.' 'There was also a blook 01
wood, two to threce feet in height, on
whieh it was evidently intended the
p)risoner would be p)lacedl. At 6 A. M
probably som11ffteen hun zdredi people
had assembled, mostly from tihe immie.
diato neighborhood, attracted by the
preparations that had been in course o1
complletion through the light summem
night. No soldiers had arrived up tC
this time, nor. any large number of po
lice. These gradlually increasedl, and
* about 7 o'olock twvo prison vans arrived,
containing two convicts in prison dreas,
brought from the fortress, wvhose fune
tions were to assist the executioner am
he might requmre assistance. By eight
o'clock a conshierablo body of troops
had arrived. Altogether three battal.
lens of in fantr.v, two sotnias of Cossacks
and a large body of mounted gendarmei
were on the ground. These and th<
police kept the Great Prosp)ect elear 11m.
mediately and for Rome little distance
in front of the field where the scaffok
was erected, and also guarded th'
'lines' at right angles as well as th<
t ground behind. At 9) o'clock the gen
oral in command arrived, and at half
past 9 the Minister of Justiee, the Gov
ernor-General of St. Petersburg, an
the Police .Prefect. At tell minutes tI
10 tile condemnned 1man anid is eseor
appeared, the Cossacks leading, then
companly of grenadiors, and then a car
surrounded by mon ited gendarmnes
The prisoner was seated on an elevate
benchm, with his back to tihe hlorse, an<
his hands tied to reds fixed in tihe cart
H*was in the ordinary dress of a crimn
inial of tile privileged ciass-blacl
coarse cloak, black cap withlout peal
an~ white trousers. On his breast wa
a 1r rg' black board with the wordi
'State Criminal,' written in white let
te. The executioner at once a~
proached and assisted him to alighi
The prisoner then with a firm step ai
eendeod the platform, standing at thi
poet of shame with his hands tied. Th
order was gtven to 'present arms,' th
esteentionar took off Solovieff's cap, an
the sentence was read, During rem
ing tlie. prlsoner appeared umnmovem
an looked t'epeatedly on tile crow~
from side to side, Immediately after tI1
reading of the sentence was finished
)t'est asO6nded the steps of the platfori
1*I#'0r94sl hi*1 liand and advanc(
towa d the )Isoner, who mnoged h
3ie4 u4d '1 do not wigti in I d
not wish it.' The priest bowed as
ho retired, and the prisoner acknow
ledged his farewell greeting li the
same way. The planard was-then taken
off, the drums rolled, the hands of the
prisoner wore untled, the executioner
put on a long white dress which cover
ed his head and reached to his feet, the
hands being wrapped in underneath.
le then conducted the condemned man
to the block, whore he stood after the
cord was adjusted, and in a few seconds
all was over. About half an hour after
ward a black coflin was brought to the
platform. The assistants helped the
executioner to place the corpse in it,
the medical ofliuer of the police certi
tied its to the death, and under an escort
of Cossacks and mottnted gendaries
the collin was carted away to be Inter
red in the burial ground for suicides.
A cireis arrives advertising inakes,
giraffs, and dozens of things it has not,
and people pay their money and make
no complaints. Yet, when Charles
Pittman rentedt a room in a Gratiot
avenue saloon, hung out a sign of:
"Conie iII and see the skeleton-only
flive cents,'' those who went it wore as
mad as hops. It was only a skeleton
key, and they rebuked him. One man
said i N.S the principle ot the thing
lie loo e( at, and lie atid Mr 'ittman
were L' ving a Ilght on the walk when
an ofllcer pulled both. The pair were
walked before the desk in Itnison, and
his Ifonor said to the showman :
"I have nothing to do with your Ox
hibition, but will say a few words re
garding the little alfair on the walk.
Yon cat tell your story.
"Hero is my story,'' replied the man
as he pointed to his black eye.
"llow uitich money (lid you take In ?''
"Then, after you hand the clerk $5
you will be $4.40 short, This Is not a
good year for skeletons, Mr. 1ittmalA."
"Nor fdr money, either," muttered
the prisoner, but lie hunted up enough
to pay the tlie and bowed himself out.
"And you went in to see the great
curIosity, (id yott ?" asked the court of
"I did, sir. It was a dead give away.,'
"9[ thotught it was a dead skeleton."
No, sir. You'd had been mad, too.''
"Yes, pe rhaps, and I'd also have, paid
a $3 fine."
The prisotter handed it over and the
Cc ttrt said :
Let this be a warning to you, Don't
)uy Ii i apple this time o' year unless
you have permission to squiceze it.
i)on't go to a circus expecting to see
the trick mule walk a slack-ropo or the
lions go I) in a balloon. Bijah will lend
you a ithanid and hand you your coat-talls
maid I hope you will not come again.
A Duel by tho Dead.
A duel recently took place in a grave
yard in St. Lots. JoIIRiley, the extra
mtani of Six Engine, and1( mtore widely
knowni as the trusty whlo, at the time
of' thae first arrest of the Brothiertons,
lhe notorious cnvicts, ai(ded them to
esciape from the county Jail, only to be
recaptured, has been for some1 timie p)ast
at v'ariance with a man11 whose brother
Rilley whaippedi scnmo time ago. Thot dtis
like culmhiated in a coil-blooded agree
ment to ight to the death one morning
receintly, the men meuetinag at the fire on
King street and agreeinA on the time
atnd place01, which were theu Catholic
cenietery, and half-past 7 o'clock
it time morinig. At that titme Riley
startedi out, p)reSutt4ably alone, as no
on10eman be founl who will admit ac
comt-antyinug him-possibly tinder the
fear of prosecutioni for violating the
dtteling liaws, lie took the horse cars
to Lone Moutntain, and then walked
over to the Catholic cemetery in search
of his oppotnent. Th'ie latter was there
before hlim, haiving gone out in a ha1cR.
P'relimninaries were all ariaanged before
htand, it having been agreed that the
weapons should 1)0 revolvers ; that the
men shoutld begini shooting lit ten paces
and close up, shooting until the thing
was settled one way or the other. As
a matter of course, there were others
present to give the word, though who
they were is at present a mystery, andI
wvill contir. ue so for anything that Riley
wvill reveal. A hill slopedl toward the
road where the encounter took place1
but the morning was clear and suinny,
the shadow of the htill not at Interfering
with the encounter. '.The meti separated
some1 distanice, andit, with p)istol in hiandl
atnd eyes lixed on each other, advanced.
Whaen about ten paces apart the word
was8 given, and1( both plaStols exploded
simnultaneouisly. Riley was iunthurt,
but his opponent staggered and then
rushed for ward, quickly firing a second
shiot. Riley firedl three more shots in
quick successioni, but did not lilt is
man, and( the two men closetd. Twvo
more shots were fired in the struggle.
Riley'a missed, but his antagonist placed
his pistol close to Riley's heart and
fired. The bullet entered below the
Sheart, and Riley fell dangereously
wounded. As qtuickly as possible the
remainiiing ceremoiles wvere concluded.
A man with a buggy, whether an out
side party or not does not appear, took
IRiley In charge, and drove him to No.
6 Engine House, on 8ixth Street, near
Folsoma, where lie was left with his
friends, the man who brought him
driving quickly away. He wvas put
Into an express wagon, and as quickly
as possible taikenl to the City Prison,
'where Doctor Stiver's dressed his
wounds. He refused to reveal any of
these facts excep)t to a police officer, an
Sintimate friend, and even to him would
tell nothhig of any of tile other parties
0concerned in the affair, HIe is In a
ecritical condition, hals wound being a
0bad one, and the result cannot be fore
d CRAMIPs. Cot.io, CUOtIRA )ORBs~ SoU,
SloxAcu, Dharruoea and Isehtor, ,are speedU
*e cured by Drt. Jayne's Varmtnative BaIsaml.
aremnoves all soreness ot thle Bowels toits til
stmc,andI r'etores its natural 'etn. Asa
n tau remedybforsman oeuons of ta
d wespreaetaon nadadults 1
d1a~ney nubiI.I esIeoi. eo
j~ u ~ fUPoaUn.prtou
CLOCOLAT PIEs.-One cup of butter,
two of sugar one of milk, four of flour,
a spoonful of cream of tartar, half eup
saleratus, four eggsand a nutmeg. Beat
the butter light, thou add the sugar
gradually, beating until it Is a cream,
and then add the eggs and.milk; mix,
aid stir in the dour in whIch the saler
atus and cream of tartar have been
mixed. Bake fifty minutes. Tihe fill
ing was made by using one square of
Baker's chocolate, cup of sugar, yolks
of two eggs, third of a cup o f boiling
milk; nill the scraped c0ocolate and
sugar together, and then add, slowly,
the milk and eggs, simmering about
ten niilnutes. Th1is must be perfectly
cold before using.
OATMEA L.-Oatmeal, Indian meal and
hominy all require two things to make
them perfect; that Is, plenty of water
whnen first put on to boil, and a long
thno to boil. Have about twoquarts of
boiling water in a sLewpan, and into it
stir one cup of oatmeal, which you
havo'already wet with cold water;
boil this an hour, stirring often, and
then add halfI a teaspoonful of salt and
boil an honr ' longer. It' it should get
too stif, add more boiling water, or if
too thin, boil a little longer; you can
not boil too much.
LonsTEn BImQuy.-Taki a good-sized
lobster, chop flne, put on the fIre with a
little water; have ready a quart of
milk, one-fourth pound of butter rub
bed together with a large tablespoonful
of flour, a little salt, m11acO or parsley;
add to the lobster and boil about five
minutei; strain before sending to the
COTTAOR PUDDINO.-Bake to a cream
one large cupfuL of sugar and two and
a half tablespoonfuls of lard and butter
mixed. Stir In one well beaten egg,one
large cup of buttermilk with soda dis
solve'l In It. Add nutimeg to the taste.
Take one pit of flour and rub Into it,
dry, two tablespoonfuls cream of tartar,
Then add the other ingredients. Bake
three-quarters of an hour and serve with
Musu.-Stir a tablespoonful of salt
and a cup of flour nixed with one quart
of Indian meal into a quart of boiling
water; beat it well antd boil gently two
hours. Tiurn the whole into dishes
which have been dipped into cold water
and set away to cool. In the morning
cut into slices about an Inch thick, and
fry brown in pork fat. Servo pieces of
fat with it.
ROYAL CRKAM.-One quart of milk,
one third of a box of gelatino, four ta
blespoonfuls of' sugar, three eggs, Va
nilla. Put thO gelatin)e into the milk,
and let it stand half an hour. Beat the
yolks well with tihe sugar,and stir Iuto
the milk. Set the kettle Into a pan of
hot water, and stir until It begins to
thicken like soft custard.
ROMAN Soup.-Twelve potatoes sliced
and soaked in cold water one hour;
boil in one quart of water till tender,
strain or mash well, add one plut of
milk, nad let It scald with one onion ;
butter, pepper and salt to taste Just be
To Cuin HOAnsENjss.-At this sea
son of the year, it may be useful to know
that hoarseness Is relieved by using the
white of an egg, thoroughly beaten,
mixed with lemon juice iA d sugar. A
teaspoonful taken occasionally is the
R Aw Eoos.-Persn IsufR51 feri rug from
dlysp)epsia can1 often digest raw eggs
when the stonmach is too weak to receive
anid retain anything else. They are
always very nourishing andui strength
To CLEIAN SILvER.-Neor put a par
ticle of soap on silverware if you would
have it retain its lustre. Soapsuds
make it look like pewvter. Wet a flanne10
cloth in kerosenle, dip it in dry whiting,
anti rub the p)lated ware. Let it dry on
it, and then polishi it with a chamoeis
INsECTS ON BUisHERs.-Saturate corn
cobs wvith kerosene and hang them on
tihe plum trees in order to get rid of
the curouhlo. A thorough dressing of
the bushes with finely-ground plaster
of Paris is said to be the most efficacious
remIedly for the currant worm.
IIoMINY.-Wash in two waters one
0c11 of hiomuiny, then stir it into 011e
quart of boiling wvater with a little salt,
and boil from 30 to 60 minutes; it Is
betten b)oiledl 60 than 30. lBe careful
tha:t~ it does not burn.
BROwVN BRlEAD.-T wo cups of sweet
milk, one of sour, one-half cup molas
5es, 0110 teasp)oonfuIl of salt, two of
saleratus, three cups of Indian meal,
two of flour. Mix thoroughly, steam
fonar hours, andi place in a mroderate
OVenl one-half hour."
To PRESERVE DEA D GA M.-Take out
the intesthies, fill the inside wlt'i uin
g rounId wheat, and place thue fowl in a
heap or cnsk of the same grainu in such
a manner as to insure its beingecovered.
In this way fowls may be kept per
fectly sweet for months. Trho feathers
shiould be removed.
To SwEETEN R ANCID BARREts.-Tu rn
your barrel upside down on the ground
and build a chip fire inaide. .Let it
stand until it is thoroughly smoked,
andl if charred a little on tile inside, tihe
barrel will keep your meat all the
A GREAT ENTERPRIsE. -Tle hop
Bitters Manufacturing Company is one
of Roohester's greatest business enter
prises. Their Ho p Bitters have reached
a sale beyond all precedent, having
from their Iitrinsie value found their
way into almost every household in tile
A Modern Medical Miracle
is without doubt the discovery of "Anakesis"
by Dr. BSilee, an infallible remedy for the
most painfulh and exasperatingi of all d.seases
Piles. 600,000 one afficted mortal4 rladly
attest the virtue of Ainakeats and suffering
Millions jeyously hail the hepo of relief. The
stu.phe, rational. commnou sense nature of thins
marvelous discovery of a ours so safe, e5ay
andi certain for a disease so pasinful anti per
sistent has excited thes wonder of the people
and admirationm of medical men. It, is the re.
suit, of 40 yars experience by a distinguished
scientifnc hysioi.a. This really peat remedy
combines he soothing system of te English
mechanical methiod of the French and -the
huerole medical cxistom of American Surgeous.
"Anakresis" therefore affords almost instant
relief from pain, keeps up the raw sensitive
tumors and both by pressure and medication
cures the most inveterate cases of .ples. It
has stool t he critical test of 20 yeate use
aganot the coils of ignorant iastations ad
an6rpnous empilriolem, ever half a tlion
of erone have. used I6 and hion' *e l nt
benefit. Doctors of all schools prescrib it
the nearest to an infillble remned po@lble.
,8amples of "anakees" are een6 eto all snf.
Tiis Six IIONKST FAniMiis.-I knew
a man once--Jake Mason-who went to P
a donation party where six fariners dq
,were to eqntribute a jug of miilk1 apiee.
Well, one. mal, a very mean nf a,
thought it would make n o difference
to put water in place of milk; so he
tilled 1!> a Jug with water and took it to
the donation. Whoni he got there he
turned over the bung and ran it Into a
barrel where all the farmers poured
their milk. Now what do you think
was the result? Why, every one of the
six farmers happoned to be as meati as
Jake MAson. They all brought water.
IT Is said that the woman who hesi
tates Is lost. This Is not always the li
vase, however. Quite frequently it is
the other woman who is coming right
back of her and (ioesn't see her stop to f
pick up her dress. In one instance last
Sunday, on Main street, the woman
who ran against the other was thrown, ai
and in falling split a breadth In her
own stllr with her own sunshade.
Ladies lit pausing to get the proper h
hold of their skirts Should ring a bell or
step out into the roadway. b
AsTalDE a log sat Sanm and and an- la
other sinneor engaged in a little game a
of seven-ip, when a minister ap- a
proached, who, after a solemn contem- ce
plation of the game, laka his hand upon y<
Samiuel's shoulder and said :"My friend mit
Is that the way to save your soul?" tl
"Perhaps not," answered Sam, who, c
having just played a card, was atten
Lively consi(lering his hand, "perhaps
not, but it seeins about the best thing I
can do to save my Jack." g
JuSr before the i b)lic chools i n Now l
Iaiven closed for tie vacation, a lady ti
teacher it one of tte departments gave w
out tite word "fob" for her class to
spell. After It wa.s spelled, as was her
custom, she asked the meaning of It. t
No one know. 'lhe teacher .then told te
the class site had one, and was the only m
one li the room that did. Atter a-little t
while a hand went hesitatingly up. P1
"Well, what Is it?" "Please ma'am, a
it's a beau."1
"Wno's that frizzly, b)lack-haitred s
woman talking to my husband on the d4
ottoman ?" "She's a Mrs. Cadogan b,
Smtythe.". "Indeed I She's very good v
at flattering people I should say; and t1
knows how to lay It on pretty thick I" of
''Oh I you infer that from her attitude g
and express!on ?"1 "6Oh, dear,no I From i
"WHAT made you quIt the East?"
said a man in Nevada to a new-comer.
"1 got into trouble by inarrying two
wIVes," was the response. "Well ' sat(]
the other, '"I eame out here because I th
got Iito trouble by marrying only one 0i
wife." "And I," added a bystander, w
"came out here because I got Into trou- a.
ble simply by promising to marry
OLD inebriate (who can't be made to
understand that they want the number I
of tis house): "My numb'r ? How dar' go
you, p'liceman? Mos' 'graceful. You ai
so drunk don't know fare from driver I II
It's driver on box has numb'r; fare in
side no numb'r. I'm fare. No numb'r." H
And they have to knock at every door '
lit Gower street till they [Ind where lie n
As TO KissINo.-When a Tren ton girl 9
wants a kiss sie says "DarlIng," gives t
her fellowv a look that goesthtrongh him 11
like a galvanic shock, leans a little a
closer--and the work Is done. Over 0
it Camtden countty thte girls are very a
htigh-toned, iand their way is thtus: "If
you have not been drlinking, antd will
promise not in drInk any more, i'll lot fc
you press yotur l11)8 to mItie, whtich, as
yet, are unprofaned by a kiss." . B
THIs is the time of year when the
angler calls at thte newspaper oflice an d a
itforms tIle editor thrt ite caught a cat
fish weighting eight pound(s between te
eyes, aind mieasuriing twventy-seven
inchtes In weight. Aitd the ed Itor looks
incredulous, and mentally observes I
"that's a whopper," because the fish
doesn't accompany the angler.
"I AM afraid, dear wife, that whtile
I am gonte absence will conquer love." ~
"Oh. ntever fear, (dear husbantd, the
longer you shall stay away the better I *
shall like you." :
GRACE (wvhisperlig): "Wh1at lovely
boots youar partner's got, Mary I" Mary ~
(ditto): "Yes, unfortunately Ito shinesa
att thte wrong end."
DIGNITY becomes a man, butt when ~
your htat antd a gentle zephyr htave about
a rud the start of you, dignity becomes h
of as little consequence as8 a last year's I
THEui best antd most honorable way to
keep a man's love is to return it.
BOA RDING house spring chickens htave t
ONE girl In th.e kitchen ts worth two b
at the front gate.
OFT N above par-A bald head.
Dobbins' Electric Soap, (made by
Cragin & Co., Piladelphia,) cotttains *
nothing but the purest material, and
does the work quickly, but wIthout Im-a
pairing the finest fabric. TIry It with
No IIOSPITAI, NsEDED.-No palatial ~
hospital utnededi for 1101) Bitter's patIents,
nor large-salarIed talented piill'ers to
tell what '101) Bitters will do .or cure,
as they tell teir own story by -their
certain and absolute cures alt htomo.
Not Col. Ingersoll's "aristocracy of
the air," bitt real human ghosts. Ghosts.
itat were once healthy menO and wvomon,
butt are now almply tne "ghosts of what
they once were.' As we meet them,
and inquire the cause of all thIs change.
(hey repeat the old, old story, "ascol," 1
"tneglected couagh," " catarrh," "over
work, " or "dysyepsa," "liver com
plaint," and "constipation," with un
successful physicians and remedIes. In
offering his Golden Medeal Discovery
and Pleasant P9 yte Pellets for the
cure of the abovee tions, Dr. Pierce
does not recomment tmr as a "sure
cure" Ea au stages. if the lungs be
half wasted away, or there be a cancer
ous compilcatjon; nophy.sIcan ornedi
cine can cure. The Discovery Is, how
ever, an-unequaled pectoral'and blood
putrinier. It speedily cltres the mos g
gravated coilgh, or cold, and in ts
early or middle a s,constampioh.
By correcting all irr6 htitles 01 the,
stomach and liver, Itreadily cures
blotoltes, pimples,' scrofuluitt uloerR,
,"bunches, ' or tupnors. lundreds tee
tify that It hais. testvd their healith,
-after etninentihyiolans'had 4aied.,
Frconsti on~ tlsePellef, a
1 ale.iM ft4rrieus,IYt1 ' a
A einale Misslonary,
"Jane Plaerty was collecting a crov
)r Honor, and I took her in for diso
"In what particular way, officer?-"
"I think she was lecturing.
"Is that so, Jane ?"
"What was you lecturilig on ?"
"On an ash box."
"What was your subject?"
"Iverything in gineral."
"What did she say, officer?"
"Yer Honar, she was slanderin' tl
>lmco force in a scandalous manner.
"Tell ine what she said. Somethir
"In the first place she said the who
rce was a pack of skins."
"Why did you say that, Jane?"
"Because I think it's thruo. Whe
I officer came I says prove me wron
I' all phat he done was t' bang me wl
s club. D' ye call dat argument?"
"Never mind. You have doubtlei
mn greatly wronged. I have jui
celved a letter from Blackwell's I
nd stating that every thing was I
state of denioralization up there, ail
lecturer on "everything in general
6n no doubt find plenty of work. E
)tt are appointed missionary for thr<
onths. If you succeed In civilizir
te keepers your salary will be I
She left the Court rooin greatly elate
ICsEnVATI0N OF FnuIT TntEs.-Oi
tilon of whale or sperm oil, half
tlon pine tar, one pound of carbona
nmonia, one pound saleratus. Pi
te ingredlents into a barrel, fill 1
Ith rain water, and put In cotton
ool enough for each tree, then bind
ountid the saine near the surface
i ground. Every other morning f
i days, early, before the sun giv
itch heat, with the watering pot w
to wool or cotton with the above pr
tration. This must be done In ti
iring when the frost has left the earl
id the trees commence budding, .
very Important that this should I
rictly observed. When trees are mu
icayed, this preparation should ali
) used in the fall. Raspberries, grap
ies, etc., needi only to be bathed net
Le roots. The above quantity is sutl
ont for five hundred trees. For
-eater or less number use In propoi
on. It must be well stirred befoi
dhug. For all small vines or flowei
lute with rain water one-half.
CLOVER roots down, and brings up 1
3clf the nAost beneilcial eletent,s <
ie subsoil. These elements are ploug]
I into the upper soil with the clove
ithout bringing up the unnecessai
id useless elements of that subsoil.
One Word Oovers the Advice
'bloh should be given to nervous. slond&
id debilitated persone-Inuigorate 1 8 d
res, opiates. appetizers. aro comparative
iolese. The syctem must be built up with
muino tonic in order tj the recovery of vig
d tranquility by the nerves. A course, by
iaticaily pursued. of the leading iny gorat
ostetter's Stomach [itters, should be r
>rLed to by those who suffer from wei
Drves and general debilitv. The stomac
w ye more or loss dyspeptic in cases
arvousness and loss of vitality is toned ai
igulated by this medicine until the orga
i s with a precision akin to that of a stead
Aing piece of mechanism. Complete digesti(
id assimilation are, through the influence
to 13itters, followed by a gaiu of vigor ai
ash, and the disappearance of bihiousne
ad irregulasity of the bowels, whore sl
r.iet, as thley usually do. Appetite and si
re then regained.
HieskceU's Tetter Om*inent Will cure eve
rm of Totter.
1F You are Dyspeptic Hoofl4nd's Germ<
WUera will cure you.
I You Would En3o Good Health Ta
'oQIlnd's Germlan BULsr.
WORMS. WORMS. WORMS
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Byrup never fails
lcetroy Pin, Heat and Stomach Worms. I
Eunkel. the only successful physician who
ioves Tape Worm in two hours, alive w!
ted, and no foe until removed. Oommi
ense teaches If Tape Worms can be removed
thor worms can be readily destroyed. Advi
t office and store free. The doctor can t<
rhether or not the patient has worms. Thc
ands are dying, daily, with worms, and do a
'tow it. Fits, spasms, cramps, choking ai
affocation, sallow complexion, circles arous
lie eyes, swelling and pain in the stomac
astless at night, grinding of the teeth,piokl
t the nose, cough, fewer, itohing at tbe sei
eadache, foul breath, the patient grows pa
ad thin, tickling and Irritation In tile anus
11 these symptoms, and more, come fre
rorms. E. F. Kunkcel's Worm Syrup nei
alls to remove them. Price, *1 00 per botti
r six bottles for *5 00. For Tape WVori
rite and consult the Doctor.) For all othea
ny of your druggist the Wom Syrup, and
clas It not, send to Dr. E. F. Kunikel, 2
l. Ninth, street. Philadelphia, Pa. Advice1
tail, free; send three-oent stamp.
yapepsfa I Dyapepsia I Dyspeps:
E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron, a sui
inrc for this disease. It has been prescrlb
ally for many years In the prictieof emine
hysicians with unparalleled success. Syis
yms~ are loss of appetite, wind, and rising
mod, dryness in mouth, headache, dizzinet
leepiossnoss, and low spirits. Get the gonuit
[ot sold In bulk, only In *1.00 bottles, or a
ottles fcr *5.00. Ask your druggist for E.
UNKEL'S Batter Wine of Iron and take
thor. if he has it not, send to proprietc
1. F. KUI4KEL, 259 N. Ninth St., Philad
hid, Pa. Advice free ; enclose three-ee
Fon PDxrs on the Face, use Hae.keR's 2
r Ointment. It never fails to remove thea
Ir TEoustXD with Constipation, takeBo<
nd's German itters.
Ii Youat Liver is Disordered Hooflands G1
tan Biters will set It aright,
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BORGHUM SUGAR ,.g*i;"a
>ody In the land with out copyrighted reilpe,
.gnieereQoIited for ifs use. It will saver Illi
mnually. No Farmer tan erd to de uithou
l'akes like wild hre, and Is t110 beet thing for-aat
n,the goyersnent., Prion, with' famsily right,e
*1.00. Dend stamp for partIenter4tg&o.
N.Jr. M1rE tin duen.~
NICHOLS,SHEPARD & C00,
d -3.3nattle 4Dreeke Micha.
ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE
4"'V B .A.T ORt &rV4>3?-" -
Tus MatchleTs Grai i mn eSa.1n
*O alliv fo Rapi Work, Perfect Moanic&
n a o$eTEA Pwe Threhee os ay Seia.
d mients, fhr beyond any other mako or ktnd.
sHE ENTIRE T ipense (a en
g xxrm Grain SAVED by these roproved Machines.
3t fGRAIN HoerTls sers a o spemiato. the or
' mouss r oa Gra and the nfer or wo k done by
.I- allother inr l when on e posted on the diference.
d Ut Thresh neFn Timoth a le o ad g
hae. fr e noa t o a toft
0 P J[ Tooug WoPrkmanablp, FMe ant Finigh,
our "YixnAtoa" Thresher Outfit are lnomparabW0
P MA OS fbtr Sumprioitr ret, uilng
re than n-half the usu l lo r a nd ea ke
S Clesa Work, with no LitterunS or Bcatierings.
eNU frmSie tofse aatrdMde.ni
from to Twel on also, at las o r HFonge
,r ad Bores Powera to match.
W 3 on)f Partui Co,nCle on ou lerp or
ourl Vurs" forr Olutlita rew Vbno e mailcr
Bt. - - .
Lr (A bledlolatS not a Drui)
IMROPR6 AUCHUt KANDRARr1
O TUS PVnZ=T A"D BJXST URDIOAZ QVAX.rMM
OF ALL. Orua BITTNuS.
D1ieasethn oef the Stomach, Bowels,.Blood, lver
0ano, and UrInary Organs, Nervousness, Sleep
0 eSMs GA especially Female CompinAts,
of1000 IN GOLD,
S oe Pdfor atheYwanotourorhelp,o
, 1Ything IMP1re or Inurlous found In them.
-y Ask your druggist for Uop Bitterm and tr7 them'
ore You Noe. T&ke no other.
oer C 1vpn the w e aestie and best
. NOP PAm for stomnachb Livet ah 3Ceyste a ell
11119ormetorn thi nuall m in kDrugga
r 0rI e a abs nt a rs) c
a HO Snd for circular. KN
Dr A"ao"Psoldbyarnggsts.. HOP BltuerUt& Co. ilochedwor,N.Y.
D zR M.l W. CASE'S
Dr nIs s ed Cordial Anti-Bilons,
i "d your drugist for flo Be
D Tor ie. enoer.
ke muhu arUe aele,sfgsdbs
r. ueto E Palohr.A rglt
S. 1.In andean relsmocr
th Bon ororuar.
JOSe. M. GRUB CA0SE'
*d .s T Thc COl, Retiales
aeenotsce, rie pist, Jeave L1'9
f- O4CTORRE teete Ptmia.
,os fo theib avit pr , te es
qmsaRE LRVE V'AL AfEY O TEAlTH.
* aphtwfe ll infmtio mled fr.e,
- On at 6 up Doule-brar r'el BecoadI:er l2
Plto- ae ooetprov ngis n dmeia
or make. l kir opr tgIu ointe anodoe art
a bes guns yet ond fo tdd roe. Poe onb
712 8.M8arket St., Philadalph, Pa.
7r. el MoWls1to7 Poe . .a
Ileusrie Lit Ja, ,179
In tie HooMade Thnrlov Week
9NDORSING DR* RADWAY'S I. B REMEDIES
ArMAa V=S9 THM I1 4eF8, VGW.
Nsw Yons, Jan. , 18l.
Dma Stm-Having for several ears udyoull
mnedules. doubtingly at ft but after e"peri
annig their o0aleacy, wit reAl conildonce, t)
nole pleasure than a duty to thnd
acknowledge the advantage we have deriv
from Qh, in. The pills are resorted to oftI
as ccaionreuires, and always with a0
aired ofe0t Te Read Relie cannot bets
ter described than it is by its name. We ap
the Hlenet frequently and freely "O1aCt i
I&LIably fnding the prov, tof.
DZL." U'n. (OgnURLOW WEBM
R. R. R.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
OURBES THR WORST PAIN8
In from One to 20 Minutes.
XOT ONA EOUS
after reading this advertisement need any one
SUPYER WITH PAIN.
9adway's Ready Reitefr 1. 0 arV OIL%
EYBRY PAIN. It was the Arst and is
The Only Pain Remedy
uhat instantI stops the most excruciating
pains. sai as Inmations and cures Conges.
Lions, whether of the Lung, kitomact, Do% elo,
or other glands or organs, by one application.
IN FROM ONE TO TWBNTY MINUTES,
no matter how violent or excruciating the pain,
the HEHUMATIC, Bed-ridden, Intirm, 0r pped,
Nor% ous. NeursWo, or prostrated with dI&ase
RAMWAY'S READY RELIEF
WELL AFFORD IN8TA NT EASI.
INFLAMMATION OF THEEB IDNBYS
INFLAMMATION 0r THiE BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION OF THE HOFWNIL U
CONOB13PIGN4 bFifill LUNGS,
SOE-THROAT DIFFTIULON 8P%HRTING,
IA LPITATIOA UP TUBl UNtAT
HYSTERICS, OROUP. DIPUTURRtIA
CATA RU. IN BKEZA,
bOILLBLANI1 and FROST-BITZS.
The application of the rdy Rellof to the
part or parts whore the painasr diMIoulty existo
will afford ease and comfort.
Thirty to sixty drops in half a tumbler of
water will in a few moments cure Orime
Bpasms, tour Stomach, Ieartburn, Sick
ach. Dilarrhea Dysentery, olio, Wind in the
Bowels, and al oirna PailL
Travelers should always carry a bottle of
adw Ready Relief with them. A few
dropha Water iIl prevent sickness or paint
troin change of water. It Is better than French
lirundy or Bitters as a stimulant.
FEVER and AGIUE.
Fever and Ague cured for Fifty Coento.' There
Is not a remdia agent In the world that will
cure t~ ever and Ague, and all other Malarlous,
Billo,ts, Scarlet, Typhoid. Yellow and other
Feve%s (aided by 'Adw"ys Pills so quick as
RADWAY REA Y ItLLBP. 50 etF, a bote.
INS GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER,
FOR THEO CURE OF CHRONIC DISEASE,
SOROFULA OR SYPHILITIC, TEREDITARY OR
De it tsted in the Lungs or Stomach, Skin ot
Bone Flesh or Neives. corrutinr the
so id and vitiating the fulds.
Swellng Hacking I)ry Cough Cancerou Amic.
Lung. .SsgepsaW aah,Ti Do'oraux
Diseaese, Female nt A1, Goi, rbopey
an Rheuma, Bronchiis, ConsumGptlon.
excel all rmedial agents Inoh ur of Crnic
1couos Ccnatiutoi anskin Diseases,
KIdney & Bladder Complaints,
Uirinary and Womb Diseases, Gravel, Diabetes,
U rine hg. s Dsease, iinnula and in all
water is thick, cloudy,b mxduwhsubpsis,oeth
sik rthtere is a morbia dark, biliou.ka pear.
ance and white bone-dust deposits, andwhen
there is a prikig burnin snsation whO
and along the lons
mold by druggists, PRIOR ONE DOr.LAR,
01 TN Y A ROWT B UED BY DR,
Di. EADWAY as 00.,82 Wanen Street.
DR RAD WAY'S
Perfectly tasteless, ~ntycoated with sweet
ena Ramy 's s eoo tand
S oe of the - omach Dier Boes
ines Blamdder Nrs Dsasye Organahe
siBliusness,o 'Fevrd , lam ines ot the
BNwus, Piesrb, D usanes of th e Iun
trn Vser a. Waate t'or efrec p,sknx.
eur, inea or eleterHurugs,dDi1
Breath rluttherfling n mptokin, reulf
cntiatn InathFies, Fleso te
lodin tRead , Acidity ofersirtoach
Nasea Ilab d Digs Bof FodFB n
S Rmioftead Hurrid and rue," l
Sflatim nations hesndsinlben O0Ls,
lu1s o W 8b be'r th SitwvOrk and Pul
QWlls >fwki randes, PI ntt~i
Aibs as thde mJSeS of eut. advrtisin
thesysem ro all h a9se,p~e iod
er, Fi,A D t sgj tbO 8.l 8119Ug st,