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From the oarliest porlod of racin,
history no animal thai over trod! th
turf has achieved such a record as that
of she Hungarian mare Kinesein, whos
racing career, up to to the time of writ
ing (Janitary, 1880) has not been dim
med with a single defeat. Kinesem I
a cheistnut mare, now six years old
and was sired by Caibuscan out o
Water Nympli, by Cotswold, grandan
Mermaid, by Melbourne. Caimbuscai
walaced in Eingland at two and thre
yetA old, being then a first-class two
year-old perforier, but did not 4
much in the following year, and wia
eventually sold to the llungarian gov
4:r mient. Water Nymph was bred ih
1 'ngary, and purchased for a tier
bagatolle by Mr. Blaseovitz, from whon
she bred Kinesem, and it is needless ti
say how little that gezitleinzan though
what a bonanza he was pirchastni
when lie invested for the fist time ii
blood stock. This gentle man Is
i erchant in Buda-Pesth, and farms i
few acres near the city, lils horses be
Ing trained by Mr. Ilesp. who has i
public training stable in that vieliity
Mr. Hesp Is a Yorkshireman by birth
and learned the rudiments of lils pro
fession liunder ,John Scott, who va:
known far and whle in tiirf circles a.
the wizard of the iorth. The writei
wis Introduced to Mr. Ilesp at Frank
tort last A igist, the day previous t
Kinesem's liftieth victory, and wa
taken to the mare's stable, whore wao
she enjoying her evenling feed. Ilavi
seen race horses lin all quarters of thi,
globe, including Gladiateur, MIah
Athol, Clifden, Longfellow, Harry Bas
sett, Monarchist, Duko of Magenta,
Wheel of lFortune and many other high
class race horses, tle writer can safely
assert that this mare ouitshines then
all. As she stood in the box, inunch
Ing her eorn, a first glance tiade her
out to be a long, low mare, standing
about 15 hands 3 inches, but oil going
up to her withers he found she was It
hands I Inch, and made in proportion.
IV ilIt a long, lean head, wide throttle
and powerful neck, well set ofi to siop.
Ing shoulders, no fault could be found
with her forchead. tier depth through
the girth is iinieitge, and lier back Is
as level as a billiard table. ler 1intsett
lar power has borne her owner's colors
first past the post in fifty-four consecu
tive races. 1Her actiotn when extended
is simply perfection andi her stride im
inense, the way she tucks her hind legs
under her being a treat to witness.
IHer temiper too, is perfect, bnt having
been pampered since she was a baby,
the mare has naturally a fe yv whims
and peclilarlts.- She is very partict.
lar abotit the water she drinks. On one
occasion she flatly refused to d rink the
water brought to her, andt a cart was
selit 01110 miles to a neilghboriig towli
to fetch her soie ofa different kinid,
which she wits graciously pleaseai to
approve of. Mr. lilesp always takes his
own hay ami oats with hinm when lie
leaves home, In easo of hoatni unablo iln
ttid provender to stilt her ladyship. In
one race its a two-year old site was
standing when the flag fell, losing fifty
yards, butt this dId not- help her oppon11
ents at iall. At two years old shte won ten
races; three years old, seventeen tfout
years old, lifteen ; and flv'e yeatrs (ch(,
twelve-miaking liftly-four in all upj i(
this year. Tihtere is hardly a sire o1
note ini the Entglish a stud- hook that si<
does not trace back to. Col weathe
or hot, hard tracks or inud, comne al
alike to hert, tand traveling ini cars or
the eve of a race ntever dliinishies lie
-wonderfuil p~owers. She ls righitl)
named Kinesemn, which, lIterally Inter
ipre ted, means darling.
A Strong Caiw.
A Detroit lawyer had a bill otf $2 I
agalinst a certain citizenct put intdo unt
hand for collect ion the ot her day, anm
lhe wrote a iiotc askIng the debtor t<
eall at htis olle atnd see about it. Thet
mian pronptly appeared, looked thte bil
over, and said:
"'Well, I gutess that'.s all correct."'
'"Yout ackniowledge thte Indebted ness
"'Anti wh'at trrangemtents wvill y3oI
maike to settle it ?"
"'I'll Put in ant offset. ['ve been feed
ing two hogs fotr this man11 all witntet
and my bill is lust $2.10. I was figur
lng it uip this very imorninug.'
" What ! $210 for feeding t wo hogs to
thtree or four itonths!'' exclaimed ihi
"'Jutst four months, sir, .1nd( the bilI
''And what are the hogs worth to
"'Ten dotlitars fapiece."
"Well, you'll 11ind IL hard to conyilnec
the court that your hog-teed was wvortl
"'log-feed !'' shrIeked the ot her, a
heo suddenly Juomped 3up, ''do you suj
p)ose I'm charging $21') for the feel
thema hogs devoured : No, sir, I putt I1
thte feed at only $-10, butt the $200 Ia fo
tmy Sunaday hat, whleho fell Into the pe1
and was gobbled diown, and fotr m
anxIety of3 mind( for fear the porker
would catch theesntmps from tmy cii
dren. Mental anguish is the back bon
of this ease, sir, ami1( every one of m)
fatully will be seated in ai row befor
the jury, and all will begIn to weep a
I rise to ask ithat justice be (10n1 a mal
whio lost as fine a cow as you ever si
tinc years ago this spring !''
Estalishe ifeathiftul Co-operation
between the stomach, the liver and the bowel
If you want to banish siek hoadaohes, 'nor
Oens aid mot tal depondenoy. Upon th~
vigor of the first niamed organ de p.nds th
grod service of the two latter. That fin
atomachie. Hoetettcr's Bitters, pure, approvt
by physicians, derived f roma the beet botan:
sources, acon puts to rout the ausmptom
whnch make the lives of noryons, bihioue inti
ltd. tai 'rable. The very fountain head
suc~h troub!e is feebleness of digestion, fo
whieh it 'Is an ineomparable, iong eas blishe
and widely celebrated remedy. iS buhfds u
the constitu Ion when shaken by disease, an<
prcteete it against malarial and other hurft
Infitdenes. It is an agreeable ap Utser,
useful strengthening cord al for the conia
- r . leecent, and gt-eatly mitigates the gather na
Iasmities of age..
PLOWIN.-There .are minor pol
u connected with the subject of plowli
1, which are worthy of careful considet
t ion. The flield should be so arrang
that, long furrows may ue plowed, I
steid of short ones, that is, if half
- cre only Is to be plowed, economy
labor and time would suggest a field
eighty rods in length and one rod
width rather than four rods iIn wid
and twenty rods long. III the first I
stance the plowiman would have to tu
his teamii sixteen times, providing th
tihe furrow Is twelve Plches in widt
- while in the second case sixty-sev
turnings of the teamu. would be neut
sary, occupying more time thai w
employed in turning the sod. Aga
the width of the furrow is a serio
iteimi in the cost of I)loylng. lIa t
3irst case above mentioned, It' t!
furrow turned should be eight inch
inl place of twelve, not only wort
twenty-four turnings of the tenim
required Jnstead o sixteen, but t
team would be forced to travel on
third further, while in the second ca
previously stated elghty-nine turnin '
would be necessary instead of sixt
seven, If tihe length of the furrow l
the same iII both cases, yet by taking
furrow one-third broader, three acr
may be plowed in tihe same time occ
)i ed in plowing two acres with a ill
- row furrow. There are plows in ti
market which will turn a twelve-In
furrow with equal case to the horses,
other plows givo in turning eight-itt
furrows. Yet many farmers still co
tiume workings with an old style ploi
diflilcelt of draft, simply because ti
cnotr afford to purcaitso a Iew al
more modern Implemnent that wort
more than save it.4 extra cost inl a si
hlow To C.vret A Fiownr.-Few pe
sonls know how to secure a bird to a
vantage. Never seize a fowl by tI
tall, if a flue bird, or touch the bac
but gratspl both leg'i at 1Once with
firm, tight., quick hold, then raise fr
fromt tle grouind or pcmcha, anid hall
L)h body down ciear of anmy obstacl
This method does not rufile the plu
age, whic Il it a line bird uust be avol
ed. Wheni the welb of tie feather
once broken, It can never be 11nit
again, ati(i where inuch Ihnidled th
often occurs, giving to the bird a ri,
god appearalnce, it Is the source I
mu1110h ann1toyanee to a nice, clef
sutooth bird, to have thet pluitmige ru
fled. Their bodily coverinig 1. regard
with the itimlost etre. ant1d the Ilisti
and belatity of it Indicates thet heli
1111d 'trengith of lie fowl.
Toxic von Fiatir Tunes.Stlpha
of Iron (rreen copperart) dissolved I
water, at the rate of two pounds to th
barrel, imikes an excellent. tonic for it
kind.; of' fruit trees, espeeially pea
peach and quine. It may bespriokit
aroiti under the trees with a wate
ing-pot, about blooming-timne, or
may be sprinkled in Its dr1y state, (w
or t.h ree ouiinces aroi nid each tree. Ti.
solutioi is cieap, bitt It maty be tlm
iII sufliclent qtantities for the mere.
t.ihic, as follows: Put ohl nails c
scrap; of old Iron in ai old Iettle; pt
a (1lart of sillpiluric icid into I gallo
of water and pour it upon the scrap:
A few days will make it strong enough
take it out and till up1) again with th
diluted acid. Thie ell'tct of this ton
Otn yellow, sickly trees is often sirrii
Ing. The soluttioni should I taste but il
tie of the copperas. A quart. at a tim
on11n1 ak. will soont ihtit1ge the coli
of leaves from a s'.ckly yellow to a dar
G3nowlsa SMaL.-lin regard to sag~
manaiy haive it, 1or a year or so, wheni
disappears. Tlo have sage con tintuou
ly, it, is best to treat it every secos
year as wye woutld hox-ctlginigs, thti
it should be taketn up, splt apairt, ai
set tt the grout nd muich de~eper tuh
was tdhe year bemore. Roots thien coti
ot. fromt the vigorous young wood, ai
the plants seent better adapted to sti
extrmes of heat and cold than wit
the branches aii e ex posed on lonig stall,
Sage is not so liable to get killed out
the wintter wh'ien it is left unttouc
Many cut back somne of it for dryini
Ilmdeed, d riedl sage is the form in wvh I
It. Ia chiielly uised. Whent this is do
regularly' the planlts do niot need
plantitng so ottent.
WAtuM WATF.n von PLANTs.-T~ihe
is no mistaking the perfect effect
warmn spring rains upon01 y'oung grass
planits, and its inilutence upon the ga
minatltiotn of seeds; whilst autunr
1rains unless they, too, are watrm-pt
> dtiee nto such sudden and1( vivifyIng<
feet. Let us learn care from these
lfeels in Inatuitre, and not chtill our li0
eras witht cold water, t* p~oisont tic
with tilthy water.
SoT. SH lnTLxtn EuOC.-Whent soft en
are lh y fowl t hey mdihente utsua
that the egg organs are lumm
TIhis state ia occasionedl by the bir
ibeing over fed or too fat. Spare diI
anid plenty of greeni food, especial
. lettuce leaves int sutmaner, or cabtbaage
witer, is the besh tretatment for fon'
't i uc condll it.
A nrcrutn limnited test of the platu
ble thteory that mnilk is one of the ba
foodls to produce milk, has convine
e us tihat wvhen a sheep1 has ratther
liited supply of ilk for her lamtl
I skuuttmed mil k cani he lfed Ito her i
better and( quicker resutlts than shtot
SU N onl Fi.ownts.-Abut ilons
tnot need a greaut deali of sunlmightt; e'
isettum ivy will d o well In a hangi
3 pot at a north window. Gleraniums
ireqtitre as mutch sun as you can gi
them, to have them look wvell and bih
- ATTLEa ms a ge nerali tinag doi
thrive welli in a barn where thtey ii
Isee all that is going otn out of dloc
thro(ugh thme cracks in the boardir
r' T1here, must be a secluson to a certa
,extenit in the barn.
s VtoETiNE int Powder Fourmt com
. witinm the reach of aili. By nankii
thte tmedicine yourmselfC yotu can, f romi
3 500. ptackagoeconaiinmg the Barl
V Roots tand lierbs, make two bottles
tihe liquid Vegotino. TVhoutsanids wv
a gladhly avail themselves of thisa oppt
tuntity, who have the conivenieoes
Smake the tmedicltne. Fulll dirretions
v every package. Vegetine in' Powd
'Form Is sold1 by all druggIsts''anid ge
oral stores. It you cannot buyit
thmem, enclose fifty cents int posta
Stamps for one package, or one doll
for two packages, and~ I' ill send( It
.return mai. HI. R. Stevens, Boste
0 lotoo of tho People,
Il ULLIDAL.1, Mich
o R. V. PtIuucE, M. I).:
s I hand a serious ilsease of the luung
and was for a timte confined to my b
r and untder the care of a physcetan. I
SPrescripions~ dicd noet help me. I gro
Wovse,oeoughing very severely. I col
mened takng yur Jedical O~lseover
I which taking you gra 1y have ta
a everal bottes, and am restored togo
health. Yours respectfully;
Lts MANVILLIC (to his widowed friend
tig Chasuble, who has views on art)-"1, tw
'a- It true that you've broken off with Sir tlt
ed llenry's daughter ?'' It I
n. Chasuble-"Alas, yes. I wias forced bet
n to, although shte Is a eharming womain." Ov
66 "Manville-"Why ?"I Wit
of Clasuble-"I Inticompatibility of com- m
in plexion. She does not suit my furil- r
th ture.' pit
r'n 'Tux game of fromt 25 to 40 wIll puzzle at
at the census-taker more than the little
I, gane of 18-14-15. 1le will bc awfully' n
)II puzzled when a maiden lady with cork- fol
-s- screw curls antd false-toothi tells him 1ot
as that she was "born in 1860, and he cann Cl
in count it up hIlmself.'1 Heo'il be ready e01
1s to swear that she has umped the "o"
Iae from tile lower left-aud corner, or
08 AT a crowded French country thea- let
hi tre a wotan fell from the gallery to ris
be the pit, and was picked up by one of on
le the Spectators, who, hearing her groan- tat
e Ing, asked her It' she was itach injured. gri
SO "Much iinjured- !"1 exclaimed the wo- tht
s man. "I should think I am. I have lil
Y- lost the best seat In the very middle 01' b4
e the front row."o
Pomty: Well, Pat, what i It now ?w
r- Would you rather look a bigger fool eri
than ye are, or be a bigger fool than ye Iu
h look? Pat: Sure now, my thrllnt, and wI
s I'll be both till I Ilind whichi side o' the o
n argimnalt yer on yerself, whin, by 01
w Jabers, I'll join ye, right or wrotn. pil
A VERMONT waan1 WIet to a store (ol
idl aiullasketi for a "Cook-hook," and they a I
d gave her a volume o1 ,Iosel.ps's lectures, W11
- and after she had got tip a (i nor by It, for
they found It necessary to calf four a l
doctora to got the fiiilly through the he
r- iight, and rival Sextolns roosted on thle bit
- fence for two days, prolered for emer
a "SD MEnODY 's coinIng w"hen the d(w- w
it drops all,'I she Was soft'ly Iiutmmii iing, in
De whiet the (old 1n remarked, "An ' you on
. bet, yer' sweet life, Maria, that, he'll in
think a titinder storma lat let loose grv
- when lie gets here." ap
in 1 -- in
d "Wiln I was a little boy," li;pCd a an
is very sttpid society man to a yoittig w'
- lady, "'all mny Ideath In life were thent- iiNi
f cred on being a clown.'' "Well, there o1
, A at least one case of gratiled aibi- coi
f. t wi, was the reply.
T MEN ofteni Jttlip at conchtslons," nil
ih says the proverb So do dogs. One thi
recen tly jtllpd lat the coneltisioni of a Pil
ear, whlehi was stlekiln:g a.h1 rough tihe -m4i
te opening of* a partly ucoled door, aid itL int
11 Creat ed"Ia great1, disturbaniceba
I WirsKY at $1.05 is above par, but the equ
follow w'ho taiiu. it, in generally gets put
below. Moral-Never try to corner bal
N whisky by driikiing it; if rite Whisky No
do,',I go down, 909 to 1 yotu will. thie
DO )Nt he iII a htrry in this world. br
A Mi3souri ftarme' had a boll. Soic the
one told him it was a cancer, nid lie wit
it , ssared that lie ling himself. the
le btest way Is to go slow and poul- wh
tice 'Can. il
e LKA year contaiins 0110 day ret
C ilore than the ordinary year. This ex. aul
Splains why it Ia never claimed that wo- alMI
L- nan watis but little year below. for
or AN Irish newspaper taiys: "in the th
k AbSeCeC 01 00o,1n eurs, atnu pjuutnamlv 0
succeeded in securing the sevice
1of a ge'ntlceman to edIt, tihe paper thIs
week."' t ra
ud NEVERai shoot a ('at with a brick until Ci
s, after bedi tIme. You maly caltchl the tki
id servant's girl's fellow in the back, and e
It then she'll heave.
ulh Wurr A is the diflerence between the lea
tost oile and one of the chur'ches ? I lot
n One has the postmacr and the other ,rer
''the mo~st. pastor.
WhEN a boy ibats a ball through a
siparlor winidow, the boy may not lose ale
11e his In ning, but the man who owns theal
-e wind~ow Is invariably p~ut out. 4tali
Now' they say the real grievance of t
re the Ulaielnntati peole agalist Theodorej
01 Tlhaoanas Is that lie would not beat timie ii
or wIth a haini.
nl A Nxw YonK man who wa% troubled i ai
0- with insomnia took a sltuatIon us nighta
-f watchmiana, anad was asleep hlfl anl ho0u1- (iC
~t- after lhe went oai (duty the first tiame. slat
ONiE man i eloped withl tile wvife of aii
other f'romn a spelling bee ian Tiennes-t
g see.0 Such bees inter'fer'e with the rei
dCl. A YU n all who has r'ecen t 1y taken a
et a wife says lie dii't lland it, half so hiaird
lyto get natrried as hec did to get furni- a
Is Trnx hland.ry gils in T~ubuque, Iowa, ste
ar'e preparing for a stike. It may be IA
i.well for them "to strIke while the tla
at ironl's hot." I oa
a IF a manl's hol esC sh)tid( lose I heir
>s, tails, why should he sell them whole- fto
th sale. Because lie can't retaIl them. Pel
T1iux best way to encourage 'a tramp teh1
dio Is to allow laim a pile or cordl wvood, and~ wa
.i other little axe of kindness. o
dil AN Irish lover realnarkedi that it is a
ye gr'eat pleasure to be alone, "especially oni
s. whin yer sweetheart is idC y-er." eil
"I PnlOPOsE to dr'0p your acquaint- ea
'tanic, said the mischievous uircIn who vi
Sthrow puissy down the well. LI
Cor.UMnIUs miadet an egg standi. But il
Italians of loss reniown have miadec the ati
es To succeed, a young man must work. aai
ig Utnless lie succeeds to an estate, or
8s, A QUAnnRrLsoMS woman is always enl
of reaudy to conic to the set'atch. W
Ir- IF' BABIES could talk, they wiould of ci
to tell express thleIr thanks to their nuirses, g
In for rel leving thenm of piain and~ suffer- of
or ing, by tho use0 of Dr'. Bull's Baby
n- Syrup. .A
EO WE~ trust the tiime ill conme when
ar every one will utse Dobbi~hns' Electrie ~
oapoa (made by Oragin & Co., P'hila.- ee
ni, de ii.h) Its sale Is daily increauing, th
as salt vays the case wvith artioles of D
merit.' Try it. P
. DEAcoN iSiinu buys Caraboline, the
ceodorized pet roleumn haIr renewver and
jrestorer, and since its iprovement,
CC recommends it to all his frienids as the n
a perfection of all hauir prep~arationisC
STnis shows that the D~eaconu is a wise11
man and knowsa what is what.
od Pr~ua~av PAINs and all Aatlima'te and Oren. d.
ob't Affrcttens, are soon rolleveni by thlat cer. Sliu
tain remedy for Coughs and ~olds, Dr. Jayn'4 rem
- Expostorant. ?
Can Pies be Our dT
Is the most important questic I to-day wth
suffering millions who, when 1. %okiing at the
long list of useless pile nostrum , feel as the
afflicted Bible Patriarch, like excl iming:I "I 1
have heard many such things, mi ,rable com- i
forters are yo all, how long will ye vex my i
soul and brea4 me In pieces with wd:,9ls ?" It 4
is not recordied that Job had piles, but 10 could'
not have had aiithing more painful, aud the
samo questiou might have boon asked %hen as
since for three thousand years. Can pYes4be
cured? We believe that Dr. S3ilsboo is h00l( d ,
the problem, for nothiig is more cortain than
that bis " Anakesis" does absolutely and
promptly cure the worst cases of piles. Won
half a million of aieteud asort poaitively thit
it has cured thenm, and in 20 years no one ha' 4
ust d the doctor's wonderful remedy witihout 4
instant relief, and by following his sbmplo in- 4
btructions as to habit and diet, all wore bone- A
fitted at d over 95 per cent. cured, all argu- J
ments anri theories of thoso who haven't used
them, go for naught. Anakesis is now pre- I
scribed by physicians of all schools and has
been pronoutoed as near infallible as is possi- 4
bl. It is easily applied, perfectly sa e,in
stantly relievi a pain, and ultimately cures the I
most inveterate cases. It has grandly solved 1
the problem that Pilos can be cured. Bamples I
of '-Anakeeis" are sent free to all sufferers on 1
application to P. Noustactiter & Co., sole man
ufacturers of Anakesis, Box 8916 Now York.
Also, sold by druggists everywhere. Price $1
The Voltaio Delt Co., Marshall, Mich.
Will send their celobrated Elootro Voltax.
Belta to the afflicted upon 80 days's trial.
Speedy cures guarantead. They mean what
they say. Write to them without delay
I yeg tino.
The Great Blood Purifier.
IN POWDER FORM.
50 c t S. a Package.
DR. W. ROSS WRITES:
SCROFULA, LAVEli COMi'LAINT. DYSPEPSIA,
MR. 11. R. 'STEVRNR, Hoston:
I have been pratesing tn"dlelre for 's .enr,
Aid as a riedly for Nvj oiu!;, Liver cottipnint.,
Dysptp-i , Itle"ImatLatin, u% akitess, ani ilt dis.
(ast's of Ie itblod I have n ver found Its equIal.
I have solf Ve etlne for seven years and have
never Itnd ono ottle returntd. I wouldI heartly
i evomnend it to those inI ootec of a blood put I.
tier- DR. W. R~OSS, D)rgist,
t'l9t- 18, 1978. Wlito.n, iowa.
One Package In Powder Form
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66 DRICHaN St., East Disit ,Mass.,
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Dear Sir: My little dlaughter Stella has been
afihictec a I -, tnile wit I1 Scroltula, stiffering
everything. I eniployed different physiclans in
EM, Boston. but they helped her none. I bought
some of your PowDICn Fo10 VEOETINE, and my
wite steeped It and gatve it to the child act ord.
In., to the direction., and two were surprised in -
it fortnight's tine to bee how the child had
gained in flesh and sireigih. 1he Is now g.ln
tig very day, and I enn eheerit.ly rtcommenti
yotur retiviy to be I Ie best we have i ver I rio.
Respectfully yours, J. T. WEBB.'
ii. it. STEVENS, Boston, '"am. '
Vegetine is Sold bv All Druggists.
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
naio hr rearciltu atd m t'e : rt i ce titi tiditlulhitg a
hitn'rr ,,f thc. rise anti fall of tli broek anit timan
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mt-nt O? he I- ,w wtd, etI.."to, .
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dehnson's Anodyne Liniment will poal, ti
tively revent this terrible dIsease, and wIll 't
ositively cture nine cases in ten. Infromtation
tat wIll save mainy ives sent free by mail.
Don't. delay a moment. Prevention is better a
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el llye41 has ~imanifested Its potene in en1
Eys es lereftlema Mores and olih
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If you feel dol, drows ,debilitated, have saill
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alternated with hot flushes, irregular appetite, at
Tord LIver, or "Blilousness." As a remed
Media Discover has no equa, as it effects erf
In the cure of Bronce severe (ceugs
sanmptIon, it has astonished the medical faly,
greatest medial discovery of the age. 8old by 4i
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IAKRD NEKIsOx. -Time, fifteen to
enlty minutes to the pound. Trim
Joint, wash fin tepid water, and wipe
fry. Rub It over with fresh butter
,f drippings or lard, then cover it
3r with a thick paste of flour an(
ter, about half an Inch thick, closely
oelled to the moat with the hanu.
t it in a baking pan with about a
it of boiling stock, gravy, or beef
ppings, and bake. Bastit frequently,
least every ten minutes. Thirty
nutes before the meat is cooked re
vo the paste cover; when cooked
vo on a hot dish with gravy made as
lows: About two hours before the
n1, i8 baked put Into a pot of
d water suillient to cover the
aps trimmnei from the 'joint, or .one
two pounds of venison cut into
ces; season with cayenne pepper,
t, cloves, and nutmeg. Cover and
it sliner; remove the seum as it
es. When it has slinmered to about
a-half the quantity of water used,
e it from the fire and strain the
ivy. After the joint Is removed, put
gravy Into the baking pan and stir
o it one or two tablespoonfuls of
inded brown flotir. Let it boll up at
e, and serve in a separate (11811.
.InDErIcIOUs dessert dish: Peel five
inges and slice in sm'dl pieces into a
dtding dish. Sprinkle as you place
th one cup granulated sugar. Boil
3 pint of milk, three teaspoonfuls
*iistarch, one-half cup sugar and a
ich or salt. When boiled add yolks
two eggs well beaten. When nearly
d poe" this over the orange. Make
iorin:.pie of the whites of the eggs
tII one-half cup of suger. Brown
a minute in hot oven, or by holding
ot lid over it being careful not to
it the orange, a that would make It
ter. Servo cold.
kPP.E CHAnLO'rTE.-Butter ia deep
ting bowl, li'e it with thin slices of
enten broad whieh have been soaked
sweet cream; fill the bowl to withi -
3 Inch of the top with sieed apples
layers, with beef marrow t sugar and
ited lemon or orange peel; (over ti-e
)les with thin slicos of bread soaked
L'eream ; Cover the bowl closely with
ordinary eartlien--ware pie-dish, In
lch place water to prevent its crack
bake in rather brisk oven from
hour to one and one-hi if hour, at -
ding to the size of the charlotte.
'ORIK PIE.-Take equal parts of swe( t
k and hird; bring to a boil; pour
i upon flour enough to make a stif'
te; act a little salt ; then work tillI
authi, having no lumps in it. Ct.t
r pieces of desired size; roll into a
I; pluih your hand down in the shape
lied. Fill with good fresh pork, in
tal parts of fat and loan, cut fine;
on arst of the same dough, and
: slowly on an ordinary pic pan.
pan or dish1is necessary to hold III)
[.LM l IBRIAD.-to dire wver whether
ad is adulterated with alum, soak
bread in water, and to the water in
te i It. has been soaked add a little of
solutioni of juuilate of iline, upon
ich, if any hlumi be present, the
ild will be pervaded with milkiness;
if the bread be pure, the liquid will
alin limpid. Rationale; Sulphurio
i has a stronger afllnity for limo hna
miina andpi'l)otatssiuml with which it
ms alum; It therefore quits those.
les to form sulphate of lim1e with
lime of tie test, which produces the
lAno Soar.-OQne pound of' concen
bied lye dissolved in two quarts of
t water; pour inao a large pitcher to
1. Melt live p)ounds1 grease of any
d, have it milk-warm and1( pour1 inl
iyeelowliy, stirrinig rapidly until it
puns to thicken. Add one or one
I ounce oil of sassaf'ras. Pour
n a box one f'oot square and cover it,
v'ing it inl a warm place for three or
r' day's. Cut into squares and it is
dy for use.
IrcKc TuniEAD LJAcE.-Tro renoyate
ek-thiread lace, wvash it car'efuliy in
ohiol, or pure spirl s whit h is diluted
ohol. Lay 11 towel on a board or
Ic, a1nd smooth out tihe veil, care
ly stretching it, aid pinling it to
board rounft the edge of' tihe lace
h p)ins. W~hen dry, It will look like
v, if carefuilly done.
nOUr, it is said, can be cured In one
onto, and1( the remedy is simly alum
I sugrr. Thei way to a~ccomlishl the
id Is to take a knife or grater, and
lye otf in small particies about a tea
ionful ot' alum ; thea mix it with
ice Its quantity of sugar, to make it
a able, and adlminister it as qutick
as possible. Almost in)stantaneotus
lef wvill follow.
inlAyms.--To have gravy always on
od you must do as thne lerench o0-.
nely : Save gristle and every bone
from cold nmeat or fresh. The bones
at be chopped small and put on to
wv, with enough water to cover'.
rye the tat oni until you need to use
gravy. By this means it will keep
L. Co er of gumt copal vairnishi applied
:ho soles of' boots andt shoes, and r'e
ted as it diries, until the pores are
ed and the surflace shines like po01
mahogany, wvill make the soles
ter-proof, and it lasts three Limes as
'No CU.iii, No l'aY,"'-u c auihoirizc
r' agents to g~ii'ra tee that ommi''-m'edi
uc, if taken h('corinig to diiteeton,
1i relieve Coenstipatio and the dis
1es incidenlt t) a TIorpid Liver'; pro
10ed they take the genuin le Sinimons'
yer Regulator, l'y thne diiret'ons. Be
re to note it is lwrfetly R'tfre and re
blo, free from any of' tihe objections
dI dangers conneitctedl n ich the ori
ry r'ieei. ht is an active Cathlar
, Tonic, and A iterative, not 1unpjleals
t to thme taste, and leaves nio ilassitlude
ill-cft' cts after it has opem'raed, and
nao event can it In jurec the most deli
to constitionl. Children take it..
thout biesitaicy. .
"I have been selling Simmons' Rieg
itor' for three or four years and it
Ves entire saltisfaction. D~on't kinow~
a single case wvhien it failerd to cure.
mrs truly, "C. C. Gi.u~I,Aao, 114
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lved with a new Cough Syrup when
oy have experienceed the value of
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Ice. 25 cents.
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ye been proeod reliable.
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I indSolbretl nm of yo uth, nervouse wealt wasm early
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TURDIVANT'S CATARRB REMEDY
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Ilnlness fa'im the worst hBerefulade a
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>ad taste In mouth, ntrnal heat or ohalIhs
itd tongite coated, yon are sulferin gfrota
y for all such cases Dr. Fierce's Golden
at and radienltciuros.
Weak Lungs, anti early etages of Cen.s
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the larg.s, repuilaive, nausoone pills. These
lis) are scarcely larger lthan taustare'
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HEALTH IS WEALTH.
Health of Body I Talt of li,
Rakvay's SarpariMan Resol i
Pure blood makes sound flesh, strong bone~aa
a olear skin. Ityou would have your lesh ,
Yonr bones sound without caries, and yourccoi
extoi fair, use wItawy's arapartu,,
A GRATEFUL RECOGNITION
" To cure a mEzoNio or wxG WTANDING D8UAS
ra traly a victory in the healing art; that reaso
In power tbat clearly discerns DUFEor and sup
pIles a remedy; that restoresstpbat-b
Regrees-the body which ba8 been a& al
tacked and weakened by an insidious diaea
not out), commands our respect but deservol
our ralitude. Dr. Radway has furnished mai.
kin with that wonderful remedy, Radway's
BaereaparilIaun Roselvent, which accora
Plishes this result, and suffering humanit,
who drag out an existence of pain and disea
throt'iV long days and long nights, owe hU
their giatitude. W,,f~IMoswenr.
FALSE AND TRUE.
We extract from Dr. Radway's "Treatise Qg
41iease and Its Cure," as follows:
List of B.rseases Cured by
Radway's Sarsalarillan Resolent.
Ohronto Skin Diseases, Carles of the BoA
Humors in the Bllood Scrofulous Diseaass, Ba
or unnatural Habit of Body, Syphilis and Von$
real, lFover Sores, Chronic or Ol4 Ulcers li
Itheun, Rickets, Whito 8welling, Seali 46a
Uterine Atfections, Cankers Glanlular =
Ilgs, Nodes. Wasting and beocy of the Body.
Pimples and Blotohes.Tumors, Dysiopsia, K
May and Bladder Diseases 0hronio Rh tUmatisa.
and Got.. Counsunption, bravel and Caldulow
Deposits, and iarieties of the above compLaint.
to which sometimes are given specious nanm
We assert that there is no known remedy thai
possesses the eurative power over these die
eses thot RADWAY's RZSOLVXNT furnishes. Ai
lures, atep by step. surely, from the founfd
tion, adt restores thle injured parts to theah
sound condition. The wnsten of the body
are utop ped and healthy binod to sup,
pler a o the d yston, from which new lt
:erial U, foriiued. 'I1nis Is the isat correctiv.
)ower of RADwA's RKSoLVNT. In oases whe,,
he system has been salivated. and Moreir1,
juioksilver, Corrosive Sublimate have accurap.
ated and become deposit ed in the bones, joili
Kto., causing caries or the bones, rIcket a. aiai
murvatures, contortions, white aweltin , vart
oso veins, etc., the SAnsAPARILLIAN wiliresol.
Lway those deposits an) exterminate the ltri
)f the disease from the system.
If those who are taking these medioines
Ahe cure of Chronto, Bortifulous or Syphlltt ab
)ases, however slow m:iy b the ou'o, "l bei,
,or,-' and find their general health It
heir fleh and weight increasing, orifdn k
ng its own is a sure sign that tlzh cure ia
~resln. i thse diseases tfh patient eat~i
et better or worse-the vIrfs o the dseiu
i not inactive; if not arCauted and driven fr
he blood it will spread and continue to und
nine the constitutleh. As soon as.the Asa
'AR'LLIAN mae4 the patient "feel bet ter," eve'
kour you will grow better and increase in healiV
trength and flesh.
The removal of these tumors by RADWAI.
l soLTxN-r 1i now so certainly established thl
rhat was once coisidered almo.,t miraculous I'
tow a coumon iecogniz-d f ict by all partik
Nitne -s the cases of Hannah P. Kn'rtpp, Mrs t,.
(rapf, Mrs. J. H. Jolly and Mrs. P1. D. Ntend'
ub~ishe I in our Almanao for 1879; also that
frs. (! 3 olbblus, in the present edition or oe
'Jalie and Trire."1
One Dollar per Bettle.
Only requires minutes, not hours, to eli
)aIn and cure acute disease.,
Radwa's Ready Reliet&
A from one to twenty minutes, never fall
elleve PAIN with one thorough applia
so natter how violont or exoruolating the
he RiiRUMA'TlI'J, Bed-ridden, lnflrm, Orpp
,Servous Neuralgic, or prostrated with di
nay safier, RADWAY'S READY RICLIlif
iTord Instant ease.
rnflammation of the Kidney., Infilam
tion of the hladder, Inflainnation of
Bowels, Coigestlon of the Lung., Np
Throat, ilficult lnreathinug, Palpittionc
the Heart, Hysterics, Oroup, 0iphtlivet
Catarrh, lnllenza, Head ache, Toothack,
Neuralgia, Rheuanathem, Cold Ci,
Agus OChille, Ohilbialins, Frost Blit
Imosb, are instantly relieved.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Fever and Ague cured for Fifty Cents.
Is not a remnedilal agent in the wor-ld'that
re Fee nd A ue, and all othr Ma
vrs (lldby R Awy's PILS) so quick
It wIl in a 'ow moments, when taken
Stomach, Heartbturn, Sic Bemacle Di
Dentery, Coli, Wind In the Bowels, a
Travelers should always carry a bottle of
WAY 5 RBADY. RELIEF with them, A few
In water wia prevent sicknes or paid5
bran y or bitters as a Stimulant,
boinf es and tinaberasn s,ld a,1,
All remedial agents capable of destreyln
by an overdo -0 should bie avoided. ,Me
hrpowerfu retne4i , does at ertan nt
in very small doses, relieve the patient d4
their action in the system, hut perha~
second dose, if repeated, may aggravateo~
crease the suifferlag, and another dose 0
de0ath. There is no necessity for usingi'
uncertain agents when a positive romed
itADW AY'S READY RELIEF will step the mi
atdifllyn either infan or adult
THE TRUE RELIEF,
RIADWAY's READr htLI is the only rein
gent, in vogue thbat will instantly stop pai
Fifty Cents per Bettle,
R~adwayfs Regulating P
Perfeet Pnhegativeu, Soothing A C
'nto, Aot Without P'aiu. Always B
sie anti Natural in their Operatol
L VEGETABLB SUBSTITUTE FOR (JALO
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated
westreum purge, reguaate, purity, C P
RlADwAy PiLLS for the cure of all dig
if the Stomach, Liver, Ilowels Kidneys.
icr, Nervous Diseases, Hleadache, (Jonsti
rine Fever,'Innlaannation of til nwehs
ntd all derangements of the Intern v
Yarrantedi to effect a perfect euro. Pure a
iie, containing no mercury, minerals
PD" Observe the following s mptm ft bi
ng from Diseases of the Digesiv a
tip~tion, inward Piles, Fulness of ti,
n the edA cidi-t-y of the Stomach, 14. P1
feartbilr, bisgust, of Food, Fullness or i ai
0 the 8tomach sour Eructa ions, Bin
tuitter ing atteHear Choking or SUt WI
I'nsations when in a lying poeture, Dim
tision. Dots or Webs before the'Bighl, s
nd Dull Pain in the Head, Defaiency
piratlion Yellowness of the Skin and1(y la
n hea BSieCestLimbs. and Sudden W
A few doses of RADwAy's PILLS, will a
yatemi from all the above-named disofd ha
I'rice, 35 Cents per en. of
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