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LWiAT BxAinrs-Perhaps no breed
of 1owls has done more to stimulate an
interest in improved poultry among
us than the light Brahma. It has been
before the puoll in the hands of fane
era and breeders for twenty-five years,
and its popularity Is yet nearly or quite
as great as it ever was. Its size and
winter la .ing qualities, recommended
it to practical poultry keepers, and the
breeders of this variety have always
made it popular at the shows, aid by
writng it up fully in the journals and
newspapers. While it is an excellent
and beautiful fowl in the hands of ex
perts, it Is essentially a fancier's fowl,
and requires careful breeding and man
agemeut to keep it at a high degree of
excellence. But this must be said of
any breed. Tihe Light Bralima in
proper hands is one of, perhaps our
very bear towls. It Is large lin size,
quiet in disposition, a good winter lay.
er of line large eggs, an excellent sit
ter and nurse, Is easy to rear, and can
stand almost any degree of cold. The
adult Brahma has a strong tendency to
lay on fleh and must be led with judg
ment, but when properly fed, housed
and managed it is a good practical fowl.
It does rot inature as early as tihe Ply
mouth Rock, but is larger at maturity.
When one is not particular as to tihe
earliness and precocity of iis fowls ie
cannot make a mistake in selecting
BARLEY CuvruaE.--The beat prepar
ation of land for barley l8 the fallow,
in this section, where it has been prac
ticed to some extent. The require
ment Is mellowness of soil and freedom
from weeds. Few grains, If any, allow
weeds and grass to grow so weil as bar
ley; hence tils is a good grain to sow
seed down with. Tihe crop is favored
by moisture and cool wORther; not a
wet soil, but a somewhat moist season,
such as will glow the grains be:t in
general. But as the seasons cannot be
foretold, we must do the best we canl lin
the preparation of the soll, which re
quires specild eare. There should be
two plowings, or one plowing and it
thorough use of tihe Cultivator, the
ground well enriched, if* manure is
used, it is to be well rotted and distrib
uted through the soil. Ripe plant
food is what, this plant deligis in, in
this respect resembling wheat,, witlh
which it has many ,hillgs in co1mnon,
so tar as climate and soil are concerneti.
The soll being carefully prepared, ain
always in the fall or previous seasoin,
the crop should be put out early. Thi
is a point not sticliele-itly titldersto d.
Remember that barley is a hatrdy plaIn.,
and will bear cold well, anmid also wet to
se extent, it it, is rain, aid not stag
nant water in tie soil, which drathinge
TimnEti are tw% o sure ways to get rid
of Canada thistles which w% e have t ried;
one tile most tedious, is to umeS:tl r lui
low the gi ound. ploughing it as often
as the thistles siow thmleli.elves. The
better plai is to imake time grotind rich
and seed lieavily with cloveir, aid cut
the clover whein the thist les ire inm blos
som. If time lot is then ploughed up
and and any thistles remain, lut it be
seeded aigain with ulover as sooni as pos
sible amt mowed. Genleraily they aIll
be killed with the first, seeding ami
mowing, but It not time second will be
sure to do it. A perianent. lleado,v
*is dootrUcie.to thistle . We got rid oi
tenl ikures of thei in this waky, titowing
live times. It is best to cut, thl)m a
close dowN i to the ground as powsible
A emall paIth niay be cradicated by
salting, but timls is a slow process atid
hiomewhat expensive. D)igim g wimh
a spade-a namrrow spaide--n lim, if perm
severed in, kIll thiemu. Thimst les uami
their blossoms are relished by amniiinais,
if cut bel ore they get too ripe anid hard;
hmence it is ecemoomical to iake thmom
inuto hay bef'orts ibe seed ripenis.
F.Fowzins ON 'Itic TAniiiE-8et flowers
on your table-a whole maose-gay if yotu
canm get It, or' but two or thiree or a
single flowers-a rose, a pin1k, a daisy53,
anid y'ou hmave sonmetinig that, reiimisi
you 01 God's creationi, anmd gives you a
link with t,he p)oets that have dione it
most honor. Flowers on thmo mnornming
table are especcily suited to thetim.
They look like time hamppy wakeninmg og
the creation ; they b)rlig thme pertfumie
of' time breath of niatumre inito youtr room;
they seem time very reprrL senitative amid
emmbodiment ofi the every smtilt of yourm
hoime, time graces oi goutd morrow;
prooi s that some intelletuaml beauties
are ini ourselves or those atbout, uis,
somne Aurora (if we arc so lmuky as t,o
have suich a comipaionm) huempinig to
-strew our lile %ith Lwetliesi', or in.
out selves sonmmiascinmme w ildernmees
not uniworthy to prissess such a ccom
p8imion or' unlIkely t.o galn hec'.
.1Fr yotu are troubiedi about thme gr'aim
chest wimth amice, watch ior their lcs
and scatter a linile e.>pperias ini tihein.
A lew gramins will drmive thiem away,
Tree Cumlture on Wauste Land.-Il ithmer
to time abun mdamnce oi naztural timber inm
this country has inamde it easy to dis
pense with t.immber cutmitrie, amnd for time
most, part our land ownmers have takenm
lit,tle interest, ini such siow-gr'owinmg
crops. Thmis st,ate of t,inmgs, however,
is rapildly paissinmg away. -l'he dlemandiit
for' special woods ior manumfactmurmig
purp)oses is steadly anmd railiy iiu
creaing, while thme natumral suipply Is
dimiinishing amnd m ust tillthniateiy be
come quite mna elumate. Meanm,time there
are mnillionus o1 acres of lanmd suitable
for timber culture andii for nmothinmg else,
excep)t, poor paisturage thait ouir land
owners are' allowing to lie wvaste andii
idle for lack of a litt,ie forethoumghmt,,
an(i too frequtenmtly our would--be thuit
ty farn,ers wvili risk their sur'plums
means ini wild-eait specutmins, pro(imils
liing bt never yieldinig large aund spee
dy returmns, whten time saimie ntioniey
spent in plamntimng tiumber wvould soon1
convert, their worthmless swamp s amid
stonmy laces imnto valuabtle p)ropierties.
A corresponmdent, w rithing I romm W isconi.
slin, tells of am piece of land Ilt.
was planted wvithm wamnut twenty
three yeamrs ago. ThIe landmi wa
hloodled every sprhmag and( sunmumnemr,
amid wvas unfit for anmy ordinaury etmlti
vatomn. TUhe trees arie no0w from six
teen to twemnty iches thmroughl, amnd
have been sold for $27,000. No pariti.
cimiars aire given as8 to time cost ohf
planting time grove or the aumounit of
attention it has hand d unng time years oh'
growth. Theiire ennm be little dotib., hmow
ever, that the investmnent was small in
comparison wi. h i e urn,and the handi
would otherwise have reminmed entlire-.
ly unprodluctive. To t,he countmry time
timber crop was so mutch e lear gain,.
It is clear thiat our naitionmal resouirces
might .be enormously increasedl by a
similar utilization by timber' culture 01'
lands which ame now lef't untused amid
unproductive; and( time planters8 would
ind their groves a sturer inivestmnent
for thme security ohf their familly
p)ossessoins thni any savings banmk
It seems that time originul inventor of time
glue, glycerine mind water p'roces- of co
eying iet,ters,whmichi has beenm extensive
ly introduced w ithin thme paut few years,
baa obtained ini this coumntry am paitent
for hil device, dated May 18, 1880,
HKe obtained a patent in Germany two
THE CAE oir CLOT-rING.-A clothek
brush, a wisp broom, a bottle of am
monla, a sponge, a hatid brush, a oak
of erasive soap, a vial of alcohol, shoul
form a part of -very toilet. After ai
dust has been removed from clothing
spots may be taken otit of blaok clotl
with a hand brush dipped In a mixtur<
of equal parts of antnonla, alcohol am
water. This will brighten as well as
cleanse. Benzine Is useful in remov.
lg grease spots. Spots of greasp may
be removed from colored silks by put
ting on them raw starch made into a
paste with water. Dust is best removed
frou silk by a soft flannel, from velvet
with a brush Made specially for thc
purpose. If hats and bonnets wher
taken fron the head are brushed and
put away In boxes and covered up In
stead of being laki down anywhere
they will last a long time. Shawls ana
all articles that may be folded should
be folded when taken from the persoin
in their original creases and laid away,
Cloaks should be hung up in place,
gloves pulled out lengthwise, wrapped
in tissue paper, alld laid away, laces
smoothed out nicely and folded, if re
quisite, io they will come out of the
box new and fresh when needed again,
A strip of old black bioudeloth four or
flve Inches wide, rolle(d up tightly and
sewed to keep the roll in place, is bet
ter thant a spongo or a cloth for cleans.
Ing black ami dark-colored clothes,
Whatever litt comes fron it in rub.
bing Is black and does notshow. Whe
black clothes are washed, as they niay
olten be previous to maiking over, fresh
clean water should be used, and they
should be pressed on tle wrong sido
before being quite dry. If washed In
witer previously used for white cloth
Ing they will be covered with lint.
To IMAICIC new hair grow, use Cann
LINH, a doodorized extract of petro
leuin. This natural petroleum hair
renewer, as recently improved, is the
only thing that will really produce
new hair. It Is a delightful dressing.
Pol.14111N FuRNir U itm.- 'To clean
furniture, epecially (he surface of il
finely polished plano, we will give our
laty friends a receipt better than tiny
In the books. Take a washbowl half
full o epidl water and it little ile
tollet. sOaI and a tablespoonful of sweel
oil. .ip a pliece of old 1lann11el In thIs,
and apply it to the wood, rubbhis
vigorously for a while; then exohan)ge
this for a piece 01 old, soft., ine cotton,
not liienl, as 1tat leaves its flbres o
h11, and rub with this a while, fiuish
ing with i fresh pee of tihe 9tile rag
1t11i tihe liquid applieat-Ion is thorough
ly reiioved. All these sucessive app i
ca ions are to be made to o .o partieuiar
spot. of tIhe wood no loiger than can be
worked wit h a single stroke of the arm
ald that to be lini-hed before a tresh
place is to be treated. When the whok
piano has beon done over in this way
(it should take I wo hours, at least, tc
do it well), It w ill look as good as new,
and far bettter than if relinished by ai
ordinairy workmnan. This is the best
application for that purple cloud that
colns over a polished wootl surtface I1
damp weather. Of couariie it jtdletis
person will be very sparing of' dhe 11.
%ild, alth11gh114 she hIas a WIasI-bowl
ha 111 l' i I , and will not, use elnough
to drip on the earpet, or to penetratte to
tle interior of the piano.
LIEMON J11.L.Y.-0110 OtHnCT of isiin.
glass and a poiund uaid a hal of loal
suga;r; tirve lemons, Dulp, skin and
juice grated ; pmour a qualrt of wvate,
oDver the lsingliass; add1 thle rest ; mbi
and1( ste'ami; 1)our1 it in a regular' formi t<
00ool. I t' t lie le mons~ are' not firesh add a
l itt,le cream'lii of' tartarti, or' tartairie acid
WYe priefer' a 1I t'd of' a teaspoon ful o:
citric acid, crys'tals8, dissolved in a lit.
doe water ; andu always uise thme acid i
aniy case0, it, gives a better' tart. Cool
the iuLIre unitill stnoothi and ilq1 uid
It isaiunnhce siiry that it 8should( oel
malike the day previous to the one 01
w hleh it Is requ11ired ; keep on iee uin
til just befocre It, is served. Now
tion1k 1I have giveni youl ain,eint 1111
miodeirn Jelly13. ii e gelatne3), 0one OtInca
WV u know of' many113 case whlere
wvomIen have had their home dutles
greatly' lightenied by use0 of D)obhins'
EleetrIc Snap, (made by Cragin & Co.,
Phimladelp)hia). We' advise you1 to try
It and satisfy' yourself of Its merit.
To M A x G A).). SoAP.-Gahl soap, ex.
eel lnt r wasintg silks and ribbons
may13 be 11nade1 by heating one0 polund 01
cocoanut o11 60) deg. I"., into which one
h11a11' l)ounId-of calei sodai is graidually
.arlIEd i to this oune-half a pound1( O1
Ventice tu rpetine, pre'viouly warmeco
in anothe11r vessel, isaadded . T1he ketti
is aillowed to stahml for four hours, sub
jec. to a1 gente Ih eat, aifter whieh thb
lire Is Iicreased unitil the conltenta arn
pmerfectly clear. 011e poun d of' ox gall
loilowed by IW wo0 pounds of' castile soal
is thion ImuiXed In, and the whlole allow
ed1 to cool, wh'len it miay' be cut int<
PoINT Siuii-:Y 5A1.A D.-Yolk of on,
or twvo raw eggs, 0one or Lwo younil
oiuions or' leks, lhiree talblespoon~fuls o
salad oil, one of vinmegair, sonie lettuce
and1( slices of' beet-root, salt and tmus1
tardl. Ta'ike the yolk of' one or two ras
eggs, alccordinlg .0 the size of' t.he sala<
you1 reqiire. beat thleml upi well, add(i
litt,le salt. an id mui1stard, and chop ul~
011e or two 30oung 01110118 or leeks aibotu
tihe size of grass, then add1( the salad1( oi
and 1.n0 VI noger, and beat tihe wh'lole ul
into at t.blebk saucee. Cut iln the salad
and( )uIt, t hini slices of beet-root at th,
top. sprlinkle a little salt over' it; dI
not. stlir i,p until It Ia to be usedl.
TucousANa upon1101 t.h10115ands of child
ren (lie ant1 ilialy 0of thmose diseases in
eldient to1 e nry chIIldhiood; whlereas, I
D)r. 14:11's I hby Syrupl 'yore used( i
time, their lives would ini all proba
bility be savedi.
SAI-AD3V 1)x Fat-rrIa --Ti'Is FrenI1
dessert, Is sih1ple1 uua good. 'Take eque11
paIts of stria wbterries 0or raspbJerrie)
rcd and wh ite entrelnts and1( very ripl
cherries, and( remo11(v' all the stal ks an1
tile stones I roan t.1 hecerries. SprinakI
al genIerous qihuntiry of' powdere1'd lum
sulgar over' tile f r'uit-It, willI be hardt
get It too sweet'-atui4 a1 winec-glass c
t,he best 1)ale French brandy 01' 1110
acecording to the itanIIItit,y of' lrult, to)
light.ly untl tihe sugar is all dissolve
ml Ilk 1)0oured on 0one 4)unce of gelatin
to 801ak 0one 110ur1, six eggs, eight tabt(
spoonfuls sulgair. Beat sugar and yol
together, ando p)our 11t0 thle boilin
mil1k, and then1 pour this mixture 0!
the whlite of the eggs, whlech have bee
p)revioulsly well beaten. Fiavomr wit
vanliilla; put it ini a mlolid ; whlen CoIC
serve wvith creamn.
AsiATIC ('HoLFA, Olmalra MOri'II. Suanmm
Conmpitnt, Conc1 8'-eur SI omach1 liarrhmeoa. an
ait Affect ei ofth b owehe, moud dnt to cit.he
obitidren or Mutuus. arIe cure'd at on1Ce by D)j
Jay c's Cari'nuative tIalsam. It allays the I1
ritatt' sad ca ims the act.i0a of the s8e0iaci
Weremn to th youne in tef.ail.
A mousa recently introduced itself
- Into a lady's ebaniber, and found upon
her toilet table a small vial of whis y,
whioh, It is but fair to say, the lady
used for the benefit of her crimps. The
vial was stoppered with a paper. cork,
which, of course, was saturated with
the whisky. The mouse nibbled off
the top of the cork, and finally succeed
ed in drawing it, and then regaled
Itself with w hat the paper had absorb
ed. Under the stimulus thus secured
it had made its presence in the room
very evident, and a careful search for
It was promptly instituted. It was soon
discovered in the drawer of the bureau,
scretch at full lentr.h on a comfortable
b d, dead drunk. When It was removed
and thrown upon the ground, the
shook restored it to partial conso lous
ness and to a staggorltig effort at. loco
motion. Moral: It is notsafe even to
smell the cork of a whisky bottle.
A fool once more.
"For 7-en years my wife was confined
to her bed with suoh a complication of
ailments that no doctor could tell what
was the matter or cure her, and I used
up a small forttue in humbug stuff.
Six ionths ago I saw a U. S. flag with
Hop Bitters on it, and I thought I
would be a fool once more. I tried it,
but my folly proved to be wisdom.
'wo bottles cured her, she is now as
well and strong as any man's wife, and
it cost me only two dollars. Such folly
paya."-H1. W., Detroit, Mllch..--res
A OENTLIMAN frotn the country ar
rived at a Galveston hotel a few days
ago with his little boy. The little fel
low had never seen anybody play ope
ratic music, so when he - peeped Into
the parlor and saw a lady leAning
away back on a piano, pawing the in
strument and whooping "I am dying
for some one to love me," lie naturally
became Interested, and whon his father
caime back to the hotel he told him that
there had been a woman lighting the
"Which got whipped ?'' asked the
parent, smiling at the simplicity of the
"She hollered," was the responso.
A YoUNi woman at Alden, iowa.
said she "wished to heaven tL.at she
might die that day." A terrible storn
mrese iminediateiv, with thunder and
lightning, and she imagined that Ithad
sime relation to her ease. Hastening
to a church, she knelt and prayed:
"Oh, Lord, I didn't meanl it when I
said I wanted to die. Please don'. let
the lightning hit ile."
Nor long ago, in the Court of Ses
sions, an Irish lawyer, while arguilng
with eariestness his caise, stated a
point which the court ritled oit.
"Well," silI the attorney, 'I'f it plaze
the coort, if I am wrong in this, I have
anotier point that is equally as eon
A W isT IiuL!, lnua inven ted it fire
extinguisher, bit was unablo to get a
patent on It. IIe changed the tanme
of his invention, and got i patent onl
it as a churi. This answbred quite as
well, and it wotuld amaze you to see
how the country rights are going off.
AN old gentleman who had passed
eighty years, comnmitted suilide he
cause his wife hat recently died. This
story was related to a young lAdy, who
haughtily reiarked, "Anti did lie kill
himlelf, so that, he need not marry
.IN the school one Sabbath, while in
stru..ting thme chi ldren, the teacher com
paired hImself to a shepherd. and then
lmnquiredi what the latter did with his
flock. Onie bright-eyed little fellow
p)rompit.ly replied, "lie shuttAs thiem. "
ViRGETINE is acknowlcdged by all
classes of people to be (lie biest and most
reliable blood purifler in the world.
A STATISvicAL barber in Pni'adelphia
says that the longest eared men want
their hair ciut the shortest. Just why
an Ohio editor wants to h:ave is headl
shaved, we cain't tuniderstand.
TVnx man who vlited ii an lsane
asylum on the Fourth of .July found it
much more quiet. than any other spot
lie struck. It seetned to him that the
crazy peopile were all outside and nione
in the atsyltium.
"'I AS! very much afraid of' light
ning," said a pretty young la dy. ''And
wvell you may be." iei.ii ai despairting
lover, "as your heart is made of steel."
AN exchange speaks or a man wvho
"is but one step removed from atn ass."
Hle'd better n'uke it three or t our. TIhe
animal has ai long reach backwar~d.
"THAT serman did me1 good," said
one I riehd to another after hearing an
eloquent p)reachier. "We shall see,"
was the reply.
IT is strange how -miuch better a
photographer can take a pet,ure to
hang in a show-case than lie canm for a
"WnE do the old p)almh,af fans
go'?" inquires an exchange. "Tihey
d (on'(. go any whero. They st,ay in the
Fisunio can be made comfortable by
taiking a cot aiong and placing it.under
a shade tree by the banks of a stream.
Tn'xim horseshoe dloesn't bring good
luck when tihe horse aplies it.
hi inJUtY beca use a man has a scold
ing wvie it is no sign he should liqtlor.
-i'Tix good mother and the access'ble
Slipper awii n*auuku a spanmking teaim.
Suppose a nmachilne simonl f( all to per
ifornm Its work, and( the owner, inistead
iof trying to ascertain the catise of tail
, ure andl remedc(y it, should conicludo to
a run right along, and argue that as the
imachine had heretofore come around
e all right it would soonm be so aigain. If
a general and( p)ermanient break-down
y ensuied could anyboidy be blamed but
f hinmseli?P Now, p)recisely this way do
e people act and a:'gue when the "human
a machine'" is out of order. When the
j liver is "torp)ld" and bowvels constipated
every one knows that D)r. Pilerce's
Pleasant P'urgative Pel lets afford
f' prompt ami permanent relief. Yet
a sonme guess the "machine" will come
. around all right, and do nothing.
s Could any system of' false reasoning
be mere pernieious? ,Suppose the
blood be omit of ordier and there be pim
n pies, ulcers, or running sores with
Ii sorof'ulous tumors, swellings and gen
,eral debility, and those th us affected
should refuse to use Dr. Pierce's Gold..
en Medical Dilscovery, guessing that the
rblood wvould purity itself', could any
a body be blamed but themselves, if a
r general and permanent break-down of
.healt,h ensued ? No remedy yet known
, equals thme Discovery ini curing all
.: serofulous, troat, bronchial and lung
dibeas.s, Mold by druggists,
Tnx drunkard Is a burden to himselt
as well as his frienus, and both he and
his friends will give mueli to be able
to see reform and sobriety Induced,
But since Intoxication becomes a dis.
ease it requires a remedy of no usual
aotivlty to reach the di culty. Those
waohave taken Simitiotis' Liver Regula.
tordeclare tiat it sets tie liver in action
and Invigorates the system in such a way
as to destroy the craving for strong
drinks, and soon the desire for liquor
is entirely dissIpated. While shakyt
nervous and distressed, resort to Sin
mons' Liver Itegulator as a Tonic, to
arokiso the torpid liver to action, to
regulate the b.ow e's and remove the
feeling of general depression and with
it the craving for liquor.
Electrical Pavenen18 for City Locomo
t(on.-The latest suggestion for the
use of electricity as a motive power Is
to have the streets of cities paved with
Iron. either in blocks ot' so arranged
that the pavement will forn continious
electrical conductors, divided Into suit
able sections, each section to be charged
with electricity by a stationery steam
engine and dynamo machine of proper
size. On the electrical pavements thuls
provided, wagons, carriages, tire en
gines, omnibuses and other vehicles.
eich provided with an electrical driv
Ing wheel, and taking electricity
through ,he wheel froim the pavement,
may be rin, in any desired direction,
with wore ease and certabity than by
the present systemu of horse locomotion,
although that system would not neces
sitrily be litterfered with, as those who
preferred to use horses could of course
do so. Iron, - pavements could doubt
less be inade tliat wold be quite as
serviceable as the present stone block.
The subject presents a fine opportunity
for students of electricity to exercise
their head gear.
Honored aond iest.
When a board of eminent physicians
aid chemists announced the discovery
that by combining somne well known
valuable remedies, the most wonderful
medicline was produced, which would
cure such a wide range of disease that
most all other remedies could be dis
pensed with, nany were skeptical; but
proof of its merits by actual trial has
dispelled all dqubt, and to day the dis
coverers of that great medicine, Hop
Bitters, are honored and blessed by all
New Railroad Brak.-A railroad
brake, whicia Is instantly applie-d and
conltinu,ouls in its action, and which the
inveitor proposes to render autonia
tie, if, described by M. Hospitaller, in
La Nature. It is worked by means of
two o' the' secondary batteries of M.
Pinute, each or these being charged by
three Daniell cells. Tle action of the
apparatins is devendent upon the ad
bes:on of' an electro-magnet to the axle
oi'the wheels, by means of which two
ichains, attaiche(l to, the levers carrying
triction blocks, are wound upon a
drum. In soine experiments up0n1 a
train of thirteen carriages, traveling
at the rate of sevenity-thi ce kilometers
per hour, the train was brought to a
standstill in twenty-one seconds,
ioviig through a diistance of 215
meters af ter the brake was applIed.
SLEEPM1: nights and cheerless days
will be prevented if you use Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup to induce sleep and com
posire 'or the baby. Price 25 cents.
The largest laid animal which is
known to have existedi on the globe
has been described ny Professor Marsh.
Its name ia Atlamtosaurus linmmanis.
Th'le thmig I bone of' the monster is over
eight feet long, with a thickness ait the
larger endl of twenty-five inches. A
compar'sion of' this bonec with the fe
mnur of' a cro'odliie wiouild, indicate that
thue fossil satirian. if of sim'ilar propor
tions, had ni total length or one hun
dred and fifteen f'eet. Th'iat tihe reptile
wais at least one hundredh feet long
when alive is probable. Tihe other
bones of the aninmal whicwh have been
fou:nd are proportionately gigantie.
One of the caudal ver'tebron. measures
mocre than sixteen inches in transverse
Whbat IS more0 Terrible,
more painful, more exaeperating, discourag
ing and persistent than PILES,. especially to
afflicted mortals wiho have tried lotions, otnt
mente, pills, electumaries and all manner of
nostrnn and tocotors' stnff. internally and
externally, without relief ? What wbnder is
it that baif a million redeemed sufferers
should shout hosanuas over -the discovery of
*Anakeis " ani infathlble cure for Prles ? Ti
medical miraci.', so s:mpie as to excite wonder
that wise doo.or- have not thought of it be
fore, sno pr. mpt arid certam in its actir.n s to
secure for itself the title of inrfalblo,. so sot
entific and rational in its combiniatai-.of ioai
dio. maltrumient arnd mo,iicir'e, as t', render
-she iitimato cure of 95 per cent. of wverage
sasos of piles sure. is not an acoidental dis
,overy, but thre solution of a problem by the
study and experince of Dr. Bilshes. sr aO
cnplishred aind dritinguished physician ot do
years' standing. It haa stood the test of 20
years' experienen; over halt a million of suf
ferers have used rt w.tb sunccOss, and doctor.
of a I schools no0w pr. scribe t in their prao.
tice and( it ra prononneed to be the nearest
to an infaillil cure for piles yet di'.covered.
"Anrakesis,"' Dr. 8. Sihibee'ai External Pile
Renmedy, is sold by druggists everywhere.
Price.4.00 per tox. Samples mailo I FREE t0
all suffer.-re on application to P. Neustaedter
& Co., B3'x 3910, New York.
The kidneys rdo nature's sluice-way to wash
out the debris of our constantly changing
bodies. If they do not walk properly the
trouble is felt overywheire. Then be wise and
s soon as yoit see signs of disorder get a
package of Kiduey- d'ort.-nun.
The Veltaio Belt Co., asarshan, fliek.
Will send their eeobra'ed Electro Volta..
Selte to the afflicted upon 80 days'. trial.
Spey cures guaranteeL They mean what
hey say. Write to them without delaj
A Medicine without a Rival.
liladduer, UrInary and Liver Diseases, Dropsy,
Gravel and Diabetes, are cured by
the Great Kidney and Liver Medicine.
cures Brighit's Disease, Rteteuntion or Nonreten.
lion of Urinre, P'alns in the Back, Loins, or 8ide.
cures Irntemrperance, Nervous DIseases, General
Debility, Female Weakness and Excesses.
cures Bhliusness, Headache, Jaundice, Sour
Stomach, Dyspepsia, Constipation and iles.
ACTS A T ONCE on the RKidneys. Liver, and
Bowels, restoring them to a healthy action and
CUREs when all other medicines fail. IIun.
dredes have beers saved who have been given up
to dlIe by friends and pysicians.
Send fr pamphlet t
WVM. E. CLARKE, Providence, R. I.
Trial sise, 71 cents. Larg. size cheapeet.
OlD BT ALE, DRUGGISTS,
Purifies the Blood, Renovates and
Invigorates the whole System
ITS MEDICINAL PROPRTi ARE
Alterativee Tonie, Solvent
Vegetine is mate exclusivelv from the 3uies
ef carefullf-selected barkl rots and herbs, and
sostrong concentrated that it will effectually
eradicat e in the system everL tlInt 01 Mereo
ft In, serefalous e a smor, Tuners, 4can
oer.1'ancerouss sileetneor Erystpolas,
Hal t Rhteenm. fty pob little jieansegpt;ftue
fter, Fainatness at tas beuach. and all
dlsea>es that ariset from impure blood. Set.
atte, 1sa1111msunatory and bronle Rhe
matlevi, Neur.iga, Gout and Spinal
VemplainV4 tan only be effeoctualy oured
through tue blooi.
For Uleers and Eruptlive Diseases of the
Shin, .ltstuls rnp es, Bleohes,
11olls, Totter 11"dbq and muf
Worms VEGEITIN has never failed to effoot a
For Pains in the Back, Kidriey Complaipte,
Dropsy. Female weakness. Leucorrhola, arising
ram Interncal ulceration. and uterine diseases
and Genesa& DoiLty. V,EETINE aets dIreo y
spon th causes of these complaints. It limigo.
Mtes aid strent'ens the whole system .uti
opon the a creuve or. ans, alilays inalammation
oures ulceration and regu:ates the bowels.
For Catarrh yopsla, Hnbltlmal Cativeness.
*alpitation oi thle leart, Headache, Piles, N4ery
eusness and Gnnerai IrUsLra ion of the Nervous
mys.w no mediclice lias ever given sc~pr
0 sfactloun as %he u N. It pu
the blood, cleanses all of the organs, and po.
sses a contialhug power over the nerous
The remarkable cures effected by Veetln*
have induced many physicians an apobca b
flee whom we know, to prosorlbe and use it Ia
their own~ families.
In Ve tine ts the best remnedLyet d1%.
eavere or o above diseas, and io only
'reliable. BLOOD PURIFIR ye& placed beggre
I. R. STEVENS, Bostong dams.
Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists,
Constipation- and Plies.
Dr. P. I. OWrk 001111aroVL @a^ "c
of Kidney Trealoles it acQed l a charm, It
ha cured may vergibad of File., and has
nVjer failed to act.e clenly."
Olson FairnhUd, of St. Jubans, Vt.,says "Ii
ofpricele" value. After sixteen years
ufeigfrom Pile and oftlvoness It com.
0.. H bonf Berkshire says, "One pack
aghsdone wonders for we ?n comploetew 012
lga severe iver and Kidney CompWnL.t
IT HAS 9
Soonselt A4tU on the LMRE, the HOWIMS ud
the MIDNET8 at the same time.
Because It cleanses the system of
theposnus humos that develo
in idney and Urinary diseases B I
IOusne Jaundloe, onstipaIon,
Pilet or in Rheumasm, Neuralgi
and nervous disorer.
RIDNZY-WORT to a dry vegetalel esm.
yen" and eam be eat by mail prepa .
One package will makeeix qis of medicine.
'3-XFL.V' '3.W .XWC'O1V7- :
13rany it at the DnugEiW1. Prile, $2.00.
WVLL0, RIMARDSON A CO., Prprietor,
1 2 (Win send poet paid.) J3vrlngtos, V4.
Serve an lasnjanet ien on Disease
By invigorating a feeble constitution, renovat.
andi innutritous circulat$on with Uost ehr
Stomachl Bitters, the finest, the most highl
sanctioned, and the most poput-tr tonic and
preventie in existence. For sale by all Drug.
The Purest and Best MedIcine ever Mad e.
dc a e a ilon ofNops, Bu hu~ Man~
mest o ura tive propert es of all other Dittern,
n''egu 'at"n"and'u'eanddie"l'h ie*ola
Aamat on eath.
mierare. us e*d, a'i.d*ad oerfetaee
They give ne'wl1 foadigetheaged antinilra.
To all whose e ployments cause irregnlari'
ty ofthe bowelsor urinary organs, or who re'
quiro an Appetiser Tonio and mild Sthmulant,
Hlopnitters are invat Uabl, without intox
or. what the disesor all t Isrue hpBit
ters. Don't waltuntllyoua i19 sick but Ifyou
only feel bad or miserable, Du thoem at once.
Inmay savoyourllfe,Ithas Saved hundreds.
cureo r help. Do not oufr ie t your friend
suffer,but use and urge them to U usop g
Remember, flop BItters Is no Vile, drugg,,d
drunken nostrum, but the Purest a n d Deat
Medicine ever made the "iyNvAus RFalp
sould be wthoutthemro. r au
r.~ollien aseoand Irresile cure
actics iol by drg'.s send
Rochestr.N, uoninrnntan e,_ _
and tone teoh diseased oves and throuh them
power. Noe lnessAlohollo Bitters, hc do am
(ill sd pos paid.)
Dr. P'ieree's Golden Medical DIscovery cure
cmmon Bteteh, .Piamle, or Eruiption, Bryan
Roug S kia, in abort all diseases caused b
purifin, anid invIgoratIng meedlolne.
Eseially bas it manifested its potency In
ele. 53Bes, Serol ieusBeres anid swel
if you feel dul drows ,debilitated, have a
lternate with ho fushes, rregularr appeite
edlal Iscover has no equl ait esfects re
In the cure of Drench il, Bevere Couglh
sumtilon, It baa astonIshed the medical tacul
greae medical discovery of the age. old by
No uise of tak
q elets (Little
=Ove v.tem, diet,
CeIas-unteess--.a.. steah, Dad
. .* Wasse a4ua
ORl GMVf -WOOD UIt
e D sated a mns s me
Ohree e . Gan...
Liver complaint. ?o.
Not only does the uamparin aqwV401;
exoe ean renlal a nto in the cure 44-wWww"k
rMlOu Coasti nal and Skin
bu6 it Is tenlpOtie oand immeni
IDNEY AND BLADDER O iLAUS,
- Urinary and Womb
Dwhyiti,or pere s Wa ter
b,lhv~D sees'ib ="AM.
the water in thick, dtoDr' awdsed
stnes ike trh whie t othooanl
whie il, o mrsIne 1a
OVARIAN TUMOR OF TW YNAW RO
CURE AND PREVETS
RHEUMATISM, FEVER AND AGUE,
ooseness, Diarrhwholera Morbus. or pain.
Cut discharges from M bols are stopped in
16 or go Minutes by taking ItvAW&y,S Ready Re
ie. No congestion or ton lmmation, n weatk
ness or lassitude will follow tie use of the . IL
IT WAS THE FIRST AND IS
The Only Pain Rennedy
thnt instantly stops the most excruciating
as, allays Inflammations, and cures Oanq(s.
fion, whether of the Lungs. stomeouh Bowels
or other glands or organs, by one application.
ter low violent, or excruciating the Pan tne
1heum,tic. Bed-ridden, Innrm. Crp led Nor
one eai or prostrated wilh dsese a
suffer. RAD'WAYIS READY RELIEF WLU afror%
Rnflammation of the Kidneys,
n ngammuten of the Bladder,
Inglamma.tion of Che Bowels;
Conorestion or the imange,
more Throat, Difoul ronshin
Bysteries, vroup, Diphtherk.
Uhilblains and Frot flie.
The &plicatio of the Ready Reif to tepr
nfrd ease and comdol,
water wil in a few minutes har )rmperso
Sprains. 8eur Stomaoh, Hear tburn, Sick Head
Bowels and l internalitns00.Wndnth
Travelers should alwy carry a bottie of Rad.
ate will preent sicknes or pan fro
Radway's Regulating Pills.
adata in thi OatiAen s
A VEGETA&BLE SURSTITUTE FOR OAIML.
.nigeson.-Dys Dse- ios.
ness. lever Thaasnation of h oesUs
and ali derangements ot the Internat icea
Wratedi to effect a perfeet ours, t
deOted u drug win sm ,tm vesln
fromsases.of'te"%q~s '--rga os.i
~aUalrd n1ess of the Bl0od in
burn Disgust of Fu~i*e ose eIg ia
trng at the Beart ChoklDU er gut
teaSi. t. Ugmn$e, eand Sudde Flushes og
Pric ad e, ,"at eaDn
'Radwy on Seriu
an others relating to different classes of Dig.
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fIntormation worth thousands wi be set
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. D-tion & ro. 0*1olo Agento r the
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Oang them are mare t,&~ h~~4a~~
We call Gp-ftal attention to al es of
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popular ones fre CO fn o 0diodB
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aat Poders'h , pr wo thl"s trash. Ho
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athr. The oods never wilt or fray on edges, and
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tavs volumes of testimony of tts won&erlt curative
a hasrn than good, or drastic pills, but use nature
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