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A PrIneess of IIlas,
Among the passengers ou the las
steamer arriving in San IFrancisco from
Australia was Mane. Aida Zilelka
Wyse, a lady of romantic antecedents
and a history of whose lineage might
form a fruitful subject for the novelist
She li the granddaughter of a princese
of Inula and the groat-granddaughter
of one of the inust powerful.1t,ajahs
that the torrid country of exclusive
oastes and autocratic rulers has had Ii:
modern times. At the request of Mme.
Wyse, the inaimne of her great-grand.
father is withheld, as the familly at pre
sent hold a high position in 'Mnglaand
This Rajah ts said to have been the pos
sessor of one of those fortunes that to
us secan fabulous, because so enormous.
Io numbered his elephants by hun
dreds, his palaces by the scores, ani
preelous stones, with whill, the former
rulers of India were so lavish, ho had
in such quantitles that evean yet one 01
the histories treating of ndlta ink ith
time speaks of his Jewel-etnbrolereti
robes. Withal, he wi.s the wa rii,
friend of hord Uilve, whose Iron hanid
held his e untry under the control oI
Great Britain, and exacted allegiaict
to the English King, ati to his friend.
sh li he sacrlilced his life. Tile it ,jahL
had a brother whose hostlity to tint
British wais bitter and inrelont,ing.
For years he tried to persuade th
Rajah to array his retainers agamans
the invader, but in vain. At liat tie
brot,her, who was powerless to carry
out his sohines of vengelnce agalait tine
hated friend, determined not only to
removs hin from his pat,h, bit to ex
terminate all his direct heirs, so that
the rank and the power of at it ijab
might be his. lil imn urderots plot
partly succeeded. The It ijith wias as
Baspinated iII a ihutihiltig-1ild, anld his
family attacked in their home. lint
0111of tihe intende(t vietlhuls escaiped.
For sotne time before tihe eininliatiom
of the consIiraey a 11rit.0is otlCr had
beeni enamored of tihe P'rincess ter
glieniaye, t he young aid lovely daugh
ter of tile It J.01, but le had newver dle
olared his love. The Princess, it seems,
was not with the rest of her lathers's
family when they were aAssiacred by
the inerelless Tuiigs, whom religiois
fanatleism and prido of' riat had 1ans
formed lnto demons, ind beforo tihe-y
could disoverl her i ding-paeo, iher
English lover had 1ound it anI haasten
ed to her, broke the news of her fiathier's
fate, declared his love and persiaded
her to fly with ilm. Fleet. Arab horses
were procured and they rode to tiv
nearest cantonment,, a distaneo o1 30(1
miles, In six days. Shortly after they
arrived they were married by thme regi
mntal el.apaian. Five yea's lite tihe
Princess, whose husband had been prt
imoted to it colonley, fell a V1timi to
coilera at. Secunderabad. Sine wits tle
last PrinCess of the It jah's falmiily.
Sihe left two sons. One of them relkeal
ed the rank of a imijor in time rIiitishI
army anid was killei in netlon at, Li
horoi wile leadilng a "forIon hmone"
int the great I nitan muntinmy of idas.
Thie other soni entered time lC~asa. Inmdimi
Compmay's navy, becamne a eampi tain of
a sipi, and was drownemd lam the iloogly
River wilie attempmitiang to save time mbe
of amn tulleer' of mite mmarin aes. Mame.
Aida Zuleika Wyse Islimoh dinaught er of
tihe last menmitiomned atlicen' ammIni e lasa
survivor' of time Riajak 's. She( Isaa peatite
diemni-blondte, ithii grey' eyes thmat hamve
a fair-awiay lok has* nas soft, lighmt-bron'cia
hair anid a sadl, sweet, face. Sine wvas
married Ian Calecntta. to anm iCagih
olleer, amid hans iiow, wIt.h lier' huaahand,
comnimenced a (ourn of tihe lInmted Slates.
She Iantlends to returnm'a to Inmdia withain
nlowt a s4omu'nn Ciy Awtvanco,.
'i'here armocoampratively fewv resal
denits of tho iOwan who know whati
takes place duraaing ti.e inours bet."eeni
tine peep-oO'-day amid fulil sunrnmise. 'imose'
first to appemjr can theo at r'eet., whinieh is
julst iabout, time timue thmat t he combai
betiween (day amnd anigit t islamtally bal
amned, mare nearl'y iiatys lhailw ay di a.
guised, and( areo ainxlous not, to be r'eco.
gnized wvhemn met. ii r'eeogan I z.d and
ace sted, man excuise Is al ways ready to
accoaunt. (or thnelir early aplpenaraance.
Thiese p ole ha.ve sleepy eyes amlm
languid looks, bnetokenming thatt ti
dr'owsy god had beenn ngiieted in tihei
laset night's <ffer'inmgs. WVitha light aunf
humrried atep thmis chniss sooni disapjpairs
and "ill appearn' no more iuntil ate ian
time day) 0or time nnext imonaiamg. Now the
damy is begha.naing to gainl time adivantiaga
of' thme night. Th'ie birds begham to slang
amid scen a full ebnors t'ronm tim i'emme,
tory surges toward amid t1 i at sreets
with the melody oi' thira songs. Slang.
era perched nin the trees of lIme bowal
lend theoir voices to swell ithe volumne,
The necxt people to appetar mire time oh
negro womna oan thinra way3 to tine plaicei
where thmey are emmpioyed. Ilei'ore thmey
have disappeared the older negro menmi
wvho wait umponi the stores, comii uap :i:nna
stand in grouaps, wvaitiang thae timem tc
rouase tine ler. a, for thmey daire not. d
It so early'. Time butchmer-shaops arte thnt
first to opean. TIhe scanund oft thecir saw:
amnd kani,es can be hneard before time dis,
guised claiss hardly disappeair. Abown
the time the othner negrees come, tint
oustonmiers of thme butchers begian tao droi
in. These airemold wihite geantlemem
who believe thmat thme earaly cuastomner:
get thne tenmder stake. Nowv day ham
giained the victory, amid nIght ie faas
retreating west ward. A general rat
thing of doors begians, theo youanger ne'
gro men amnd wonmn till tine streets
going Ian various directloans. Uandress
ed clerks apmpeair anad with a lazy yawa
oehainge mnornming saliutatioans with
timeir neighbors, Some hnalf-dresset
proprie tors ih last night's ilmsn ye
upon thmem, comie. Shutters are openm
ed, blimnds am e raised speemensof wvar
pumt upon tine sireet ; the sun hama comnu
in fullseplendor; time stages are mak
lng ready to leave ; t ravelers are tank inj
their. places; somne are going to, amn
some1 connmig fromm breakfast; tine latei
storts are openn; tine streets are fillet
with vehicles amnd people, amnt R:chm
moand is on the full tide of anothe
TOMATORS.-T1e tomato has great
improved in size, smoothness and qui
ity within our recollection. It h
also changed from a more ornamen
like some other Solanums, to an artic
of necessity and general use In th
country while it is working Its wf
iteadily but surely to favor a Iover tl
-Avilized world. In a cool moist ol
nate, like England and bootland, tt
tonato ripers fin the open ground oni
under the most favorable alrouistani
and seems to require about such trea
mont as the peach. Tomatoes ar
therefore, grown In houses, like fo
1lign grapes, trained to the rafter
l'fxose who have hItd no experience Ca
wearcely realize how large a pil4nt tL
tomato will make when a little pains i
utken In giving it plenty of nutrinier
and proper training. Once we trait.
one to the side of the building, and
covered a space sixteen by twenty fee
tnd had several hundreds of ripe fru
on It at one time. It seemed a marv4
to many, and we had plenty of appli
cations for seed, on the supposition ths
it was a new and ',Improved varlet3
Some years sitce we sent the Ilathi
way Excehlor tomato to England, an
it has proved for in nf years the mo
popular variety in that,country. Fror
it, by stome freak of Nature, was prc
duced a kind called Green Gage, yel
low, oblong, small, but rich and prc
Ituctive-too sinali for market purpose
nore. Liater we sent a new variety
which we liad not nanied, and whici
received a lirst-class certificate frot
the Royal llorticul,ural 8ocieLy. Ou
friends In Elgland named it Vick
trierion. This, too, has become
ltiading anld popular sort 1'1, it I
cale,raud, excels all oihers fo. forcing
F'roim this "Ricliard Nisbet, agardene
it Aswarby Park, has producedi a vi
rt.y calle NIsbit,'s Viuto.ia, which I
sald to excel all others for fruitfulnesk
Ilo fruit, is oval, less thnti two inchie
by two and a half,in dhimeter, growin
Ili bunches antid each bunch contaliini
from eight to twenty speein1s, of Lit
sizo and color of a Viotoria plu,it. I
contalns but few seeds and for flavor I
unsurpassedi. The original plant cov
oredt a space fifteen feet by six, and It
a pon it at,one Limle 000 bunches of fruit
as many more have been gathered dur
ing Ie auimer.'' We shal give til
a trial next suminer; but think It ma
be too small for general use in tilt
colintry, where tomatoes grow a
abuitdantly it the open ground, o
grealt size and wonderul beauty.
CI.ov't ON 'rn FAt1t0.-One UighI
sippose as Imng as clover has been rec
ogizoli as ''par excellonoe'' the be
fortilzing plant lin America, if not Ii
Lite world, thant, it would be a work o
supererogat,ion to say anything in it
faavor. This seemis to be, however, on
of the maty pohits where theory an
practice are at variance, for there ar
,tousaids of farmers who aoknowedg
the value of clover and yet neglect t
sow it. on their wheat fields, if the pric
of clover hail pens to be a dollar or tw
a bushel abovo the average. It seem
to me that, nothing could be mor
"peniy wise an1d pouId foollah." It I
sehi 1,m 1 that seed gets so high that a
Will cost one dollar an icre to seed
deld, and generilly I roin fifty to sev
enty-live cents will cover the expense
Now let a fairmer uidertako to fortlliz
an acre li atty other way and see whi
it will cost hii. Ten two-horse load
of stable mi1amiure Is about as littl
an animouit as I ean dress an acre witl
atnu I cannhot buy anid aipply thi)
aumout, to liy land for less thani tel
'lotlairs, coutin.. a httd and teami a
only3 t wo dolfari at day. Or suppIose
l'.ave the manuire onl nIy own farmi
made by may own stock ; it will be
goodf (1ay's work, worthi at least twv
rdollars, to draw to the field and preal
muau t ti enotigli to di ess an acre, anl
iis is I romn two to fotar timnes what I
hats cost to act a stand of clovei
('here canb 0 que<t.iot as to its belin
a chleap fertilizer, but 1a it a geood one
[ Presumoii that till farmers, under al
cir'ettuustanices, would answer yes; bi
undttiedlly its vahl anIs much greate
onl somte sola Lhan on others. I at
family3 conyvlneed that oii clay limiestont
ujplandts a crop of clover Is ofteni wort
auore than a liberal coating of stabi
mlaniure, and In this opinion I am sut
Lalied by inany of our b>est farmer:
In fact, lIa a grain-growing region
ocover' Is absolutely iindispenmsab'e, anl
wvit.houit it our av'smem of farminug mmt
change or our lands will become hai
llow MA\r 1KoOS Prn ANxuV.-Hoa
mlanay egg s per annt will the bei
nion-sl'.tlig tariettlcs of liens lay ?
have hierid of' single llamlbulrg all
i,cghiorn, henis p)ro,Iucing 250) to 300 egg
eaich per alimnum; bitt what we wvoul
lIke to know is, can a fiock of lenu t
lilty average this ? Tlhere Is noe (10ul
iit proper carent to i electing to bree
(tom, anad In ,imo, suceh a flock could I
brouttghi. up to t his great average. Th
dillcum.y', however, in selecting breet
ers (reim a flock, is to ascertain wvhle
fiens ouit of' It lay the ltist eggs; f(
there are sottoe, eiven amongtl the no0t
altters, that lay few ; and If their eg,
are hantchm'd. lie chickens, like thei
im ters, wotti p)robably' grow up poc
lyers. In order to Increase the avel
age layling Of' ai fik, eggs f'or hatchin
mt,ll be selected 1' o nthlose hen:/,whic
ia, the greatest number. Now, wvh
will go lute thtis, and give us htens thxi
wot 1,nn deplendi upon3, every one, to lai
ani xasuredl nuimber of' eggs per antnuni
as with cowvs whi-h wif give a certali
quant.ity of mblk or butmer per annunti
Y'et, o be certain of thIs, thte larine
like the latter, miust be kept separati
Who will take the particular trotuble
do this? it would be wvell worth one
wile; for lhe could( rapidly sell Li
chickens thus p)roduiced, at a large prlc
PL,ANTs nuist be allowed air;i eve
thoMu that wIll not bear the outer a
mnust have the air of the room~ I requeni
zy l res 'cined by ventilation, to p esera
lthem in health. Caire shtould be4 taikt
1no1 to let plaints stand in a draught, ft
wi'hetn so stttuated one strong gust
cold wind wvill ofteni prove sitlliclent,
A Puasted Jus~tiee.
A man named Join was brought b
fore a country sqitire for stealing a h
andh three witnxesses being examinei
s wore tihey sai whbin steal IL, A iv
having volunteered is counsel fi
Josh, knowving the scope of the squire
brain, arose and addressed hiltu as fc
"May it please0 your honor, I can e
tablish this mnai's honesty beyond
shiadowv of a doubt, for I have twell
iinesses whio are ready to swear thi
they (lid not see hIm steal it.",
'Te squire rested his head for
few momuents as if In deep thouagh
andt with great dignity arose, nn0
brusahinig back his hair, said:
"If there are twvelve who did not a
htim steal it, and only three who dl
I discharge the npr.son..,"
ly A NEW SANDw10.-A novelty Ii the
I- way of sandwiches can be made with
as canned salmon, by using mayonnaise i
,t, sauce instead of butter. First raake I
le some good thloickmayonnalse sauce by I
is droppIng oil, drop by drop, in the yolk
y of an egg, carefully separated from the
t. white, and beating it with a fork, Do
I. not use any vinegar or pepper and salt
te at starting, or failure may result. Keep
y. 'adding on and beating till the mixture I
.a gets as thick as butter. Now add some I
t- vinegar about a teaspoonful will stuf
o, floe, and a little white pepper and salt.
r- Butter some thin slices of bread with a
s. tils sauce and place a very thin layer I
n of salmon between them, having first I
io thoro.ighly pounded the salmon in a a
is mortar or basin, and then, after gently I
it pressing the slices of broad together.
d cut, the slice4 into triangular itleces'and
it p.le them upon a plate, ornamenting
t, the dish with nice bright parsley, and
it placing a few small crayfish, with out
i stretched claws, round the base, with
one on top. It Is a pretty, delicious
it and inexpensive dish. Good-sized
prawns may be advantageously substi
tuted for crayfish.
t ' AvOID using those remedies contain- I
n lng Opium, Morphia, etc: but when <
the Baby is sick use Dr. Bull's Baby I
Syrup-perfeutlv safe and always re
liable. Price only 25 cents a bottle.
CHINEH STARracH Poaiiu.-Sper
maceti four ounces; white wax, two
ounces ; stearine, or parsillne, one-half
r ounce; ultra marine blue, one-half
a grain. Melt together and let cool; use
a i piece the size of a hickory-nut, for
one-half dozen shirts pumt in the starch
while cookIng,-alo add one teaspoon
r full of kerosene. The clothing should
be dried first, and then (lip bosoms and
wrist-bands, cuftr, etc. in whilo it is as
hot as you can bear your hands in it,
and rub it thoroughly into the cloth;
dry the articles. Then make a thin, 9
cold starch ; dip them In and loll themi
0 up about two hours before you wish to
tIron theim. To do it well, you should
have a polishing Iron, which costs 40 v
cents here. First iron the boson the t
usual way; thein take a olena cloth ; 1
dip it in warm water, and slightly c
n iolsten the bosom,; take the hot polish
ing iron and rub it quickly back and
forth over the goods, not making long
TuE ladies will find Dobbins' Elee
trio Soap, (made my Cragin & Co
Philadelphia.) the best of all soaps for
t general washing, from blankets to
laces. It is pu'e, uniforn, saves time
t and clothes. Try it.
CURING BER.-To every one Iun
dred pounds of beef, take eight pounds
salt, (if for winter use, seven pounds,)
two ounces saltpetre, two and one-hall
pounds brown sugar, two ounces soda,
two ounces cayenne' pepper, six gal.
lons water. First dissolve the salt in
part of the water, skimming It well;
D then add the other ingredients xcept
the saltpetre, set It off to cool, then put I
the remainder of the water into a clean t
wash-boiler, and add the saltpetre. t
t When it comes to a boll, immerse each C
piece of beer in the boiling water, hold- S
I ng it with a carving fork; let it re
main a few seconds until it looks a lit
tie white; when finished add the wia
ter containing tho saltpetre to the other
s brine, let mneat and brine cool, p ick in t
a barrel, pour oin the brine, Iuy the t
barrel-head on the nitit, anti over it a
large stonle to hold it diowni. Molasses i,
tbarrels are best. *
EssENcE oF BERF.-Onie pounid of
gravy beef, free from skin and fat, I
Schop as tine as minlce mtent; pounid in a I
mortar, with three tabtlespooniful ot
soda water andt soak for two hourst
i.hen put In a covered ear hent jar, with 1
a little r-alt, cement t,he edges of the
cover with pud:ting paste, and14 t,Ie a
>iee o clthover the top; place the
)i n ot half full of boiling water,
and keep the tile pot oRi the fire four or a
f ive hours, si-umeriig ; stratin off the I
liquid essencVe through ai coarse sieve; ~
e it will be about five or siK ounces in I
quantity ; one teaspoon ful of ci e am may
Soccasionahl be added with adynantage to
four ounces or the esseaice, or Is may be I
thickened wvith flour, arrowroot, or
S VEGETIRm ia i,ekiouwiedged by all I
tcla"ses of people to ')e the best an(t most
-reliable blood purifier in the world.
CORNING IIAMs.-For one hundred I
v? pounids mieat, take teni pound1s salt,
ut tour pounids sugar, four pints molasses,
e four cuncees salipetre, four Ounices pep-1
El per. twoouncees soda. Dissolve the salt
is in four gallons water; boil and skim,
dI then add the other Ingredients; pour
0 on while warm. In :-Ix weeks they
)t will be ready for smoking; some pre
d fer to take thenm out in three or four
'0 wveeks, Smoke with corn cobs or hickory
e chips. ______
h WREN making bake or omelette, take
r your discarded egg-shells, crush them
-inito small bits, put them into your tie
a canters three parts tilled with cold
r water, and thoroughly shake them.
r Thie glass will look like new, anti all
e- kinds of glass washed in the same wa:
g ter wvii look equally well,
o To PaavINT F~Lit-s FROM INJURING
it PICTURE FuMAMs, GLAssEs, E re.-Hoat
ythre*e or tour onions in a phint ot water;
ithen wIth a gliding brush go over your
a glasses and frames, antd the tiles wvl i
1. not alight Onl the article so washed.
rThic may be usetd without apprehen
:s. sion, as it will not do the least injury
:o to the frames.
le TRE Baby's cries are its only method
3.o letting you knowv that it suffers andt
needs Dr. Bull's Baby syrup. Price
25 cents a bottle.
ir STAIR carpets cant be madei to last a
t- long time by having a yard more than
ite the length Rneetded to cover the stairs,
n for thent you1 can ehainge it so that the
wr same place in the carper wvili not omea
of upon the edge of the stairs every ti me
to lt is put down.
To make baking powders: One
pound of bi-carbonate of sods, twelve
ounces of tartarlo acid, two ounces ol
cream of tartar, and one youtnd of hlour ;
0- imix well through a sieve. In making
g bucuit use one teaspoonful of the
ti, powder to one piunto: flour.
igWHEN you clean your lamp chim
or tncys, hold thenm over the nose of the
'a teakettle when it is boiling furiously.
1. One or twvo repetitiotns of thIs process
will umake them beautifully clear.
* POTATO water ini which potatoes
a have been scraped, the wacter being al
re lowed to settle, and afterwards strained,
at is goo .i for spuiRging dirt out of sIlk.
UsE white oil cloth, bound with re d
a for wall protectors back of the kitchen
t, table, and1 untder the nooks where panis,
j, etc., are huenr.
gg 70 MAT Eicars :01.. lJAasos fronm attacks
se t Dtmhdea. l'y -entery. u-r bhoiera Mob as. bY
,a 1.1tfor, the Uaht-, in provIding yourself I b
Dr. Jj.ne',V retnatve Balam-an old remedy
HonsO NoTz.-"For Collo and
rubs i my mules and horses I give
tem about half a bottle of the liquid
Immons' Liver Regulator-at a time.
have not lost one that I gave itG to.
ou can recommend it to every one that
as stock as being the best medicine
nown for all complaints that horse
esh is heir to. E. T. TAYLOR.
" Agent for Grapgors of Georgia."
"MY mode of using Simmons' Liver
tegu lator for horses Is as follows: O..e
'aspoonful of the powder, Simmons'
.iver Regulator, in a mash three times
week. For Cough, Hide Bound or
'neumonia it will be found Invaluable
i such complaints as above named. In
sing it with niy chickens for Cholera'
take a package of the Regulator, mix
Sith the dough and feed it to them
nee a day. By this treatment I have
ever lost from Chicken Cholera or
tapos a single chicken in the last five
" T. G. BACON, Edgeffeld, S. C.'
A Neto Measuring Implement.-A re.
arkable Instrument was lately de
)ribed before the " Societe d'Encour
cement pour l'Industrie Nationale."
is called profilograph, because when
k use it mechanically traces on paper
te outlines of the ground over which
travels. A fore git contemporary
ascribes it as 6 small carriage mounted
a two wheels, drawn by one man,
ad attended by another who marks
te levels of the proper places, and
nderneath hangs an iron rod with a
rge ball at its lower end serving as a
rndulum. This pendulum maintains
constant vertical position, while the
achine inclines in one direction or the
,her, according as it ascends or e
,ends a slope. To the upper end of
le rod is fitted a pencil, which marks
i a sheet of paper the up* and downs
the country traversed, whether on
1 ordinary road or across trackless
)lds. The exact profile Is thus recor
!d to a given scale. At the same time
ae of the wheels acting as a chain
iarer measures and indicates the
stances Iravele-1 throughout the sur
A Losing Joke.
A prominent physician of Pittsburgh
id jokingly to a lay patient who was
>mplaining of her continued ill
.alth, and of his inability to curelaer,
try IIop Bitters I" The lady took It
earnest and used the Bitters, from
hich she obtained permanept health.
le now laughs at the doctbr for his
ke, but hd'Is not so well pleased with
, as it cost him a good patient.-Iar
Some neto alloys or composIt!ons, in
nded as imitation of the precious met
s, have been brought to notice in
rance. One of these, designed as a sub
itute for gold, is produced as follows:
'ght hundred part of copper, twen
,-elght of platinum, and twenty of
'ngstlc acid arv melted in a crucible
auter a flux, and the melted mass
)ured out into alkaline water, so as to
rautilate it; it Is then melted together
ith 170 parts of gold. For a silver
loy, sixty-flve parts oft iron and four
irts of tungsten are melted together
id granulated--also, twenty-threu
irts nickel, flive of aluminum and five
copper, in a separate crucible, to
hich .is added a piece of sodium, in or
3r to prevent oxidation, and the
vo giranulated alloys are then mel
d togelater. Both alloys resist the
3L,ion of' suiphauretted hydrogen.
lJe med y foir llkdrophobia.--M. T orres
olcedo, Nitilster iroma Salvador, haas
1st nande a gilt to the Pair;s Zoologi
al Gardens, of two curious plants, the
wco and the cedron, whaich have so
>iig beena extoiled as an antidote to
*ake- bites and hydrophobia. Th'Ie
lecovery of the value of the plants was
uito sin)gular. Some Indians observed
iat sonic birds of prey, which cap
are and feed on snakes, soughat out th~e
iiae of the guaeo, ate its leaves, and plas
'red them ove r their plumage. This led
the discovdry of thie iherapeutic.vir
na sof the plan t,and by its use marvelous
tares wt rd eflred in cases of hydro
hobia. snmake bites and maarsh levers.
Ir. Traffray also dliscovered thec pro
erties of these t2vo plants d'iring a
oyage by haim through New Grenada,
Coal is othaing else than ferns, mocs
as and sea-weeds, petrilled beneath
lie surt'ace of water in the absence of
hr. T1here are no less than 850 different
peeles of plants petrified into coal,
f which 250 at least are gIgantic
Anthony Atwood, a retired minIster of the
hi. E. Chaurch. 800 Norih 8eventewith street,
~hiladelphia Pa , sys : "Hunt's Remedy has
ored my wife of Dropsy hn its worst form.
thi hope had left us for months. All say that
t is a mirac e. Water had droppd from her
'I ht limb for months. Forty-e tht hours had
aken all the extra water from her system.
Ul other moans had been tried. None sue
eeded but Hunt's Remedy." Trial size, 75
AN oUNOR of provention is worth a pound of
ure, tSatteen "tances of prevent on In eac h
x of Kidner-Wo ft. Try it. Kidney-Wort is
he ene.nay of Inoigestion an-i bahousness. It
a sure to conquer them. .Why not try It ?
A CA lRD --To anl who are suftferins 1, om the errors
en indsrna hf )th,nervon, weakness e'.i
hat willenure yon,FIiiEE OFbIIitRJE. This ure.t
sericawaS a d atifad ressoe : , iar tolbn ieo.
08El'i I IhhMAN. titation D.oworlct.
A Valuable (lift Faree.
A book on the Liver, its diseases and their
reatment, sent free. Including treatises upn
Liver Complaints, Torpid Liver, Jaundie.
Bileusness, Hie adaobe, Constipation, Dye
nta. Malaria, etc. A ddress Dr. Banford,12
Broadway, Now York city, N. Y.
The Veitalo Beat Co., marshall, Riek.
Will send their elebra-ed Eleetro Voltaie
neuLe to the afflicted upon 80 days's trial,
Sedy curee: guaranteed. They mean What
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Stnrdiv8ul's Groat Uarh Remien
I.te, woafest, most apreeabie and effct emey in
Irum what canse, or how long stanading.br giving
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16fair and impartiai trial, you will be Convinced of
etake by the most dliScate stomac. 'ror eb
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suIted with spectacles, apply of
DR. N.0 GRAY 0 elan,
'p.T us t
On returning from the theatre the t!
Fhompsons find their housemaid in 2
Creat distress, with her arm bound up [
n her apron. Mrs. Thompson: "What I
a the matter, Ann? Have you hurt h
rour hand?" Ann: "W-w-w-worse 1
.han that, ma'am I" Mrs. ThomRpson: tJ
'Good heavens? What ls it?" Cook:
'ile fNot is, ma'am, the silly girl has
een tryin' on your new bracelet, and I
ione of us knows how to got it off t
A JENTLEMAN once asked a little girl, I
n only child, how many sisters sp I
kad, and was told "three or four." Her u
nother asked Mary, when they were I
done, what Induced her to tellsuch an I
Intruth. "Why, mamma," cried o
Klary, "I didn't want him to think ri
you are so poor that you hadn't but C
me child. Wouldn't he thought we y
Nere drefful poor?" -
AN old Scotch lady was told-that her
Dinlater used n6tes, but would not be- n
love it. bald one, "Gang into the gal- si
ery and see." She did so, aid saw a
he written sermon. After the luokless 11
reaher had concluded his reading of i
he last page, he said "But I will not tI
nlarge. The old woman called, out it
I om her lofty position, "Ye canna, ye d
anna, for your paper's give out." o
It has become so common to write t
lie boginning of an elegant, interest
ug article and then run it into some a
dvertiemuient that we avoid all such n
heats and simply cill attention to the
tierits of Iop Bitters in as plain,lhonest ,
erms as possible, :o induce people to
;Ive them one trial, as no one who
now-i their value will ever use any- 0
lung else.- Providenco Advertiser. a
A LAWYIR was comelled to apolo- d
izO t) the Court. With ktatily dig- ol
iLy Ie roso in ls la ice and said: b
Your Honor Is right, and I am wrong (1
a your lionor generally is." There V4
ras a dazed look In the Judge's eye,
lid he hardly knew whetlier to feel
appy or tlie tile lawyer for contempt
THAT was a thoroughly charactersi. c4
le and sincere reply whlch a surprised h
ailonnkeeper Is reported as making the
Lher day to a religious worker who Ii
61e!61 hln in his place of business ai.d V
sked him Whether Ie expected to g
I lieaven. "To be sure," he replled ; .c
'zum titme; bine-by. Vy vudn't ?" It
"My friends," said the political
peaker, with a burst of ingenuous elo
tlence, "I will be honestc-" There t(
vere a large number of 1I1s neighbors a!
oresent, atid the terrille out-burst of F
piiauae which followed this retnaek at
attrely upset the poiut whileh the ora- ]E
)r was aout to Iintroduce. t
"Now," salid the extmininig physi- u
an to the unillihaipy pilot, "you must P
ick out all the roils you sec.'' Thie g
Hot commenced by graspig tle learn- N
d Professor's nose, which was worst, a
d. "That Will (10," said the Profes- P
Dr; "your certileate Is ready.1' a
"Is this my train ?' asked a traveler
t the Kansas Pacitle depot of alounger. (1
'I don't know, but I 'guess ot," was
lie reply, "I see it's got the name of t(
be railroad compainy on tie side, and a<
exnect IL belongs to them. Have you~
)st a train anywherle?"
CAunIou!NR, a deodorized extract of C.
letroleuin, cures baldness. Th'lis Is a l
>ositive fact, attested by thousands. No e~
>thier hal,r preparait.on in tihe world wvill g
eally do0 thIs. Besides, as now im- i1
>roved it is a delightful dressing.
WhEN a ianl's wile comnesin ut,d(lsees
tima ra z>r in tind, and with his face
il lother, a.t(d asks him, "Are you
having?" it's a nroqoking thmng in "
imi to answer, ''No, I'm blacking tihe ~
tove"; but it's human nature so to
GRANNY (froin the country, at a city
>art.y): "Butt why do they all show
le tous of their arms in that rlou- r
ens man ner ?" Facetieus youth :
'The fact is, grandlma, they're all go- i
ng to be vacciuated alter supper."
T UTOn-"Come, now, Mr. B---, give .s
ne a familiar example of Ilogartht's ~
ine of grace. Can't you thin k of it ? ~
L's a ecurvedl article that you see every ~
hay," Mr. B----(desperately-"A- C
How are the mighty fallen ! Michael
ingelo arrested for seillng stale beer
vithont a liceuse I Alt, Mike ! you
!hould have put less spirit into your
Two old friends at Mount V crnon,
ilinois, woui have had a law suits if
me had not shot the other one in open
~ourt. Th'is is an easy way to prevent
ng la wsuits.
A PHsICIAN says cheWing gum is
niade of u'y rospermum tal uefernum.
We suspected as much all along. That
a what makes it so tough anid elastic.
A PILADELPHIA maln, arrested for
'Iubbing his wifte, tried to excuse him
teif on the plea that lie was merely
banging her htair.
A DItoMrO! What Sr a dromlo A
iromlo is a person iiho looks like
Robison and talks like Crane, or vice
IT Is said that the title of "Lord of
the Aisleu" Is about. to be conferred
upon Mr. Brown, of Grace Church.
"MiKE, did you ever catcht frogs ?"
"Yes. surr." "'What (did you t'att
with ?'" "Bate 'emt, wid a stick, sorr."
Jr we could se e o rs as we see ot'r
selvee, there would be more good-loor
ing people In the wvorld.
Tus Chinese iln Califorl,la are per
htaps like clocks ; when they are run
dlown they don't go.
YOU nev"r can persuade a man that
a paper theit has lis tname in it istn't
WHY is a dog's tail like the heart of
a tree ? Because IL is farthest fronm the
WHEN i6 a nose not a nose? When
It is a little turn up, or a little reddish.
TaEv will imnmorteliza Bennett In
Erin now as the "Jim of the say."
commences with a cold, but its cure
ahways commences wvith the use of Sage's
Um art h Re.medy. This old, reliable, and
well-known remedy has stood the test
of years, and was never more popular
Puriges the Blood, Renovates and
Invigorates the whole System,
ITS MEDICINAL PROPRTIES AR
Alterative, Tonio, Solvent
Vegettne is made oxclusvelY fro1 the juices
of carefully-selected bark" roots and herbs, ai4
k1o trongconcentrated thlat it will effectual Y
eratafr the sybtem every toint of aere.
Irula, Seroflios iumuor,Tusorl, Can.
cer. uscerous dssenor Eryslpelas,
Halt Rbesnns. bypbslill DIseases, am.
ker, Festutness at the bIssmeb. and all
aiseates that arise from impure blood. Set.
Mties, 1sslaanmatery and Chronic 11tea
Ma0s1st1 Neuraigia, tosat and spinal
gomp lnbu can only be ofteoLually Qured
through the bloOd.
For Uleers and ErItive Diseasen of the
GSt, Pustales Isplies, Bltehses,
1olie, Tetter iealdheao and Stag
worsa, VaGhIETNE a never fatted to effet a
For Pains In the Back, Kidney Complaints,
Dro sy. Female weakness. Leueorrhcea, arising
frou9 internal ulceration, and. uterine diseases
and General Denility. VEZOTINE acts directly
upon thoi causes of these complaints. It livigo.
rates and stren gtens the whole system, no-te
upon Ihea cretive or- ans, allays inflammation
eures ulceration and regu;ates the bowels.
For Catarh y ls, abitnal Cstiveness,
alpitatton of tlie lert.lHeadache. lies,Ney
eusuess and General Prostrat ion of the Norvous
itystem. no medicine has ever Iven such per.
teot satisfaction as the VEOETVNE. It put les
the blood, cleanses all of the organs, and pos.
sesses a contiolling power over the nervous
The remarka'le cures effected by Veget'ne
have induced niany physleians an apotheca.
les whom we know, to proscribe and use It I
their own famlies;
In fact. Vegettne Is the best remedy yet dis.
covered for the abvo di4eases, and is the only
reliable BLOOD PUtIFIJI yet placed betore
H. R. STEVENS, Bostom. Mass.
Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists.
The OnI. Medicine
That Ats at the Same Time on
The Liver, the Bowels ald the Kldneys.
These great organs arc the natural cleans
era of the system. If they work well, heai
will he terfect. tIt they become clogged
dredful i seases arc sure to follow with
BIllosnes, Headache, Dyspepsia, Jan
dice, Constipation and Piles, or KId
ney Complainti, Gravel, Diabetes,
or Itheuatic Pains and Aches,
are developed because the blood Is poisoned
with the ntiora that should have been
will restore the healthy action and all these
destroying evils will be bantihld; neglect
thein and you will live but to anter.
Thousads havobeneured. TryItandyou
WI add one more to tie number. Take It
and health willonce more gladdenyour heart.
Wh erlo"rfkm Th*torment ofs aA -110*11&
KIDNXT-WORWIII cnre you. Try a pack
age at once and be satisfied.
It is a dry eegetable compound and
One Packagemakessix quarts of Xedleln,.
Your Druggit has it. or tri 9t for
YOU. Jn*i89tjupo19haV1ngf1. A'rlCe,*41.00..1
WZIT, RICEARD3ON CO., lroprietmrs.
"eleiarea mn Ityou,ara
enod by th tin of tet' toiling over n
stImulantsaand use tore braln nerve and
Hop Bitters. waste, se Hop .
discretio or nisp Uti ronmae.
poorberalsh o sais lug on g be om
ness, rely on o p Bittore.
wThovr you aro Tosnds de an.
needs ceaunsin t ton 0
out InOI4ti,ne se
t akeo Ho0p HopBitter.
You w Ill be sot'ro
saved htun-eeetr .
A ppetite, refrrshing sleep, the acquistion of fieslt
anl ,f.or, re b,le~t, air te a,,t t pn tle repra
tnsea nnel carries Ia ae c,stileneluslon
c..et lie-*snstaining orreen . hoe BI ters wlj ch is
nfene os.14 te fen u alate, VSgeta 1loin
For sale by all DruggIsts and Dealers generally.
quaity at l
valeS to 54
mark of da
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are uicly nd atey eredby ite use of KIDNNT.
htavng snoh atn menesale in alt parts of thte count
and tone tc te diseased orut. and through thtom
hunters. Kidney disaesaofu eastandlng haw
Ao., which have distressed the vi e afor yass, Wi
power,N l uo Alohollo BIlters, which de sn<
somiee WOe,la ndhalt ir4w e qi
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