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R AISING DUcKS FOR PROFIT,-It is a
pleasing fact that the increase of the
supply of ducks in our markets is very
sensilie in the last few years, and
they are readily bought up at good
prices as a change from chickens and
turkeys. Farmers tell us that they
are as easily raised as chickens, indeed
cost less for food and bring a better
price, especially if the kinds are raised
which look plump and appetizing on
the table. These are the Rouen, the
Pekin and Aylesbury. They are of
good size, and In their growth they
consume almost anything and really
keep the promises clear of many thing
that would prove an annoyance, such
as insects, grubs, offal, wormy apples,
&c. In October and November when
their sales begins, a liberal supply of
corn meal or oat weal mush, fed a lit
tle warm mixed with -sour or sweet
milk, will in about two weeks fatten
them early for market. From eyery
farm from twenty five to Arty pairs
should be annually sent to market,the
returns of which would de a full sliare
In filling the family purse from the
pleasanter and lighter branches of the
THE chief value of salt applied to
land-as a manure is in its action as a
solvent, thus rendering other plant
food available, though it supplies
plants with soda and chlorine, both of
which are constituents of plants. All
p lants that require soda or alkali are
enefited by It, if applied with Judge.
ment. Wheat contains boLh soda and
potash as well as chlorine, (the latter
and sodium are continuents of salt).
Salt that has been used for brlhe pos
sesses value for fertilIzing purposes,
It should be applied to wheat sufilol
ently early in the spring to get the be
nefit of wet weather, and at thq rate
of three to six bushels psr acre. Ten
bushels are sometimes sour.
SPONGEs long in use are sometimes
affected with sliminess. which is
caused by the sponge not being wrung
as dry as possible immediately after
use. When this has once formed, it
increases rapidly. A contemporary
says that one of the most effectual re
cipes for cleansing sponges, and cer
tainly one of the cheapest, Is a strong
solution of salt and water, in which
they should soak for a few hours, and
then be thoroughly dried. bpongos
should not be left in a sporge dish;
they should he kept suspended where
the air enn freely circulate around
them. Quick evaporation of she mols
ture Is the main thing to keep thyi ii
BREEDING CHIcKENs -In breeding
for early market, it is important to
have a breed that grows rapidly and
fleshes up young; the skin should be
yellow, and if the feathers are all
white, both the chteks and old fowl
will look much better when dressed
than these with colored feathers. The
color of the skin so Important, yet half
of the fowls that are sent to market
have anything but a yellow skii.
Small bone,short legs and a well-roun
ded form are also desirable and a size,
when full grown, not less than five
pounds, and not over six before dress
ed, gives the best early chicks for mar
ket. None of these qualitie, are an Inju
ry to a laying hen; and if to them are
added good layers, hardy and quiet,
we have combined the points necessa
ry for b6tli meat and eggs.
THE question is raised whether It is.
right to color butter artificially. %ince
the coloring of butter Is probably due to
coloring matter in the food,as well as to
the power of the cow to remove the
rame from the food, the question may
be asked whether there is any mere
wrong in putting the color into the
-butter than in stapplying food to the
animal which will cause the cow to
give, the cream of which will make
yellow butter, At all events, as tihe
coloring is now made from harmless
substance, and the color butter is as
pure and good as thre uncolored (when
properiy done), and as people prefer
the colored butter, we think the bone.
*- fit of the doubt belongs on the side of
HULLED Conr.--The old way of mit
king hulled corn was to boil it in
strong lye made from hard wood ash
es until the hull or skin would rub ell';
then renove and wash until all the lye
or potash was thoroughly removed.
But a more modern way is to soak the
corn over night in warm water, and
in the morning put it in an iron kettle
with warm water enough to cover it.
To each quart of corn put one table
spoonful of soda, boil until the hulls
come off readily, then wash in clean
water several tinaes, then put on and
.boil until tender, adtling salt. When
~done turn rnte a sieve and allow the
water to drain off.
131 Farm labor one has often to en
counter a hurtful amount of dust. A
simple an d cheap protection from such
an annoyance is to get a pice. of
sponge large enough to cover the nos
trils anid miouth, hollow it out on oe
side wih a pair scissors to fIt tihe face,
attach a strin~g to each side and tie it
on. First wet It well, anid squeeze out
most of the water. Repeat thris whetn
ever the sp~onge becomes dfry. .All thre
d ust wvill be caught In the damp cavi
tIes, arid Is easily washed out.
TUrnEYs 0ON THu FAIRM-Thre best
way to keep turkeys from straying
away from home is keep the lhens un
ii they are three or tour years old.
The old ones are more apt to return
horne at night. The genslemuen who
vouches for Lthe above says lie was In
duced to raise turkeys because of the
ravages of grasshioppers on his farm.
Hb says a goiod, large flock of turkeys
will eflectually rid a farmr of hoppers
and manny other insects.
A aeoD w'ry to prevent horses from
getting their forelegs over Lihe halter
strap, while stnding in tihe stable, ia
to pass tire halter scrap thrrough thre
hole in tire manger, andi~, insteadi of ty
ing it to the manger, tie it to a block
of wood or othrer light weight. The
weight will take up tihe slack ini the
strap, anid will effectually p~reventthis
GOOD sweet milk contains one
fourth more of sugar than of butter;
this sugar tuis to acid, andI If this
acid is too muchi developed before
churning the coveted aroma of good
butter is lost,
Somec of thre washing watera of Paris,
which were formrcryrurn into tire city
sewers, arc now collected incask,and
.the 51uds being subtjected to chemical
treatmnent, thre fatty matters are mianui
faotni red Into toilet soap, made fragrant
by tire additIon of oil of roses. Accord
ing to tis process a little sulphurIc
acid is added to tire soap water obtain
edi from washing linen, tire whrole Is
thenr stirred up, and tihe faty matter
Is allowed to stand for a few hours,
when on its collecting upon the stur
face of thre liquidi, it is gathered in
CHIEuE MADE FRoM POTATOES.-A
foreign paper says that cheese is made
fron potatoes in Thuringia and
Saxony. After having collected a
quantity of potatoes of good quality,
iving the preference to a large white
Ind, they are boiled in a cauldron,
and, after beeoming cool, they are re
duced to a pulp, either by means of a
grater or mortar. To five pounds of
this pulp, which ought to be as equal
s possible, is added one pound of sour
milk and the necessary quantity of
salt. The whole io kneaded together
and the mixture covered up and al
lowed to lie for three or four days,
according to the season. At the end
of this time it Is kneaded anew, and
the cheese are placed in little baskets,
when the superfluous moisture es
capes. They are then allowed to dry
in the shade, and placed in large
layers In large vessels, where they
must remain for fifteen days. -The
older these cheeses are the more their
quality improves. Three kinds are
made. The first and most common is
made as detailed above; the second,
With four parts of potatoes and two
parts of curded milk; the third with
two parts of potatoes and four parts of
cow or ewe milk. These cheeses have
this advanta ,e over other kinds-they
do not engender worms; and they
keep fresh for a number of years, pro
vided they are placed in a dry situa
tion, and.in well-elassed vessels.
LEMON PxE.-Some one may be glad
to know how to make a deliciouslemon
pie which is not too rich to be enjoy
ed. Prepare a crust for the pie in a
deep plate, then stir one tablespoonful
of cornstarch into a little cold water,
add one cup of boiling water, let all
come to a boil, then add neven table
spoonfuls of sugar, the well-beaten
yolks of four eggs and the grated rind
and juice of two lemons; while this
is baking, beat the whites of the four
eggs and one heaping tablespoonful of
pulverized sugar to a stiff froth ; when
the pie Is baked, spread this smoothly
over the top, then get In the oven for
two or three minutes; this is long
enough to give It the desired golden
A GOOD way to avoid wasting flour
each time you use your kneading board
is to brush it carefully off the board
into a small sieve; sift out the flour, it
will be good to use again. When
making the crust for a pot pie there Is
danger, as every cook knows, of the
crust falling when it is cooked in the
kettle with the meat or chicken. If
instead of doing this you put the crust
on a plate and steam It for three quar
ters of an hour it will not be heavy.
Be sure to have plenty of water in the
kettle so that you will not have to
take the steamer off In order to put
more in. Make the crust just as you
do baking powder biscuit. When the
meat is cooked and the gravy made,
drop the crust into the gravy and leave
it there for a minute or two.
ENGLISH HAM AND VEAL riE.-Fry
two large veal outlets from a leg of
veal; take half a pound of ham ; cut
the veal and ham in pieces about two
inches square and place them In a
saucepan with a quart of broth; when
nearly done pour into a dish and let
cool; thicken the gravy with butter
and flour; slice one large onion, three
hard-boiled eggs; add a little sage and
chopped parsley, pepper and salt; ar
range meat and eggs in a dish, and
pour gravy over; cover pie with puff
paste and ornanment with fancy-cut
pieces of paste; make a ho'c on top.
SPICED APPLE PUDDIN.-Three tea
cupfuls of bread orumbs,a pint or new
milk, three teaeupfuls of apples chop
ped fine, a teacupful of sugar, two
well-beaten eggs, a tablespoonful of
ground cinnamon, a teaspoonful of
mace, half a teaspoeonful of ground
cleves. Put the milk Iuto a tiu pud
ding-dish ; let it come to a boil; stir in
the bread, and les lb soak before add
ing the ether inigredients. Add the
whipped whites the last thing. Bake
forty-flye minutes. Eat with sauce.
VEAL, CUTLEs.-Dust your cutlets
with pepper and salt, dip them in
beaten egg, then in cracker crumb,and
fry slowly In hot butter or beef-drip
pings. When done take them out of
the pan, and pour a little boiling wa
tmr into the Lravy, thickening it wihh
flour previously browned in tihe ove~n,
Servo en a very hot platter, with the
gravy poured around the cutlets, and
garnish the edge with Watercress and
slices of lemon.
M1UTTON Pi..-Take solid boiled
mutton ; slice ir. thtn; have a crust
made of one cup of beef s'iet, one-half
cup of butter, one cup of cold water;
mix this with prepared flour, as stiff
as for tea biscuit; take- two-thirds of
the crust nid liniea four-quart earthen
pie-dish; then fill the dish Lwo-thirds
ttli with the meat, have a quarter of
a pound of butter cut in small pieces,
one tenspoonful of line sugar, one of
salt, and a half-teaspoonful of pepper,
one cup of water; cover the pie with
th~e remainder of the crust, and bake
in a moderate oven for one hour.
THE following ls given as a cure (or
burns: Sprinkle the Injured surface
wvithi the bicarbonate of suda-the comn
mon baking powder-and cover it
with a wet cloth. When the burn is
only supcrfllai, the pain will cease
iinstantly, and but one apliication ls
needed; where the injury extends
deeper, longer time and more apliica
tions will be required.
'ro obtain a glossy skin, pour upon
a pint of bran sufficient boling water
to cover It. Let it stand until cold
and then bathe the face with it, only
patting the skin with a soft towel to
You can get a bottle or a barrel of
oil off of any carpet or woolen stuff by
applying dry buckwheat plentIfully
and laithflully. Never p~ut water or
liquid of any kind to such a grease
WHiPED POTATOE.-Whip boiled
potatoes to creamy lightness with a
fork; beat in butter, milk, pepper andi
salt; at last, the frothed white of an
egg; toss irregularly upon a dIsh, st
in tihe oven two minutes to rjiheat,but
do not let it color.
1w, when bread Is taken from the
oven, the loaves are turned topside
down In the hot tIns, arnd arc- allowed
to stanid a fewv minutes the crust will
be tender and wvill cut easily.
COTTON wool wet with sweet oil and1(
laudanum rolieves the earache very
PInEVENTION excels cure every tuie,
Always keep Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
convenient; take it in time and you
will be free from Coughs, Colds, etc.
Sold everywhere. Price 25 cents a
WIT 'AND HUMO;
Tim disoipline of the nililtary organ
izations that attended the Galveston
Mardi Gras is very rigid, and was
maintained during their stay in Gal
veston. One of the privates, some.
how or other, got under the influence
of strong beverages and was parading
Galveston avenue, when he saw his
superior officer approaching. The
soldier fled into an alley and hid be
hind an ash barrel. Tie offiloer pass
ed on, but next day he called the sol
dier to appear before him, and asked:
"low 'did. I come to see you hiding
behind an ash barrel 7" "How did
you come to see me? You h appened
to see me because I was bigge r than
the barrel. If the barrel had be en big
ger you would iever haye seen me."
"When you get home I will haVe you
court martialed, sir, and shot. Yes,
sir, shot to death an musketry." "If
you do, I'll be darned if I don't re
sign and bust up the company. Now
you just trot out your musketry."
[Rookford (ill.) Register.)
Fell Agalst a Sharp Edge.
This is furnishad by Mr. Wm. Wi
1613 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia,
Pa: Some time since I received a
severe lujury to my bank,' by falling
against the sharp edge of a marble
step, the stone penetrating it at letast a
half-inch, and leavirn a very painful
wound. After suffe ilng for a time, I
concluded 0 apply Sr. Jacob's Oil, and
am pleased to say, that the results ex
ceeded my expectations. It speedily
allayed all pain and swelling and by
continued use, made a perfect cure. I
really think it the most ellicacious lini
'ient I ever used.
AN unsympathetic deacon: "Dei
con," said the widow, as she gently
stroked in a feline m-inner the Mal
tese tabby that ovidently lay in her
lap for that purpose, "don't you long
for spring, with its balmy breath, its
warm sunshine and its gentle showers
which awaken nature and puts life
into everythiug that has laid cold and
dead during the long winter and
brings everything up out of the cold
ground into light and life?" "Weli,
hardly, widow," responded the old
deacon, "you know I buried my sec
ond wife last fall."
- LITTLE four-years-old Fred refuses
above all things, to be pitied. The
other day he fell down stalis and was
picked up badly bruised, and was pit
ied accordingly. "It is too bad," his
mother said, "really too bad. 'oor
fellow!" "'Tainttoobadi" exclaim
ed Fred, strugg ing to keep back the
tears. "I've been just dying to fall
down stairs this long time?"
WHEN a Bufalo street-car conductor
was told by a lawyer that he had fal
len heir to a legacy of $100,000, the
man simply asked the -loan of five cents
to buy a cigar with. lie wanted to
find out if the lawyer was lying to
"MEN oftei Jump at conclusicrs,"
qays the proverb. So do dogs. We
saw a dog jump at the conclusion of a
cat, which was sticking through. the
opening of a partly closed door, and it
made more disturbance than a church
TEACnRR (with reading class) : Boy
(reading): "and she sailed down tihe
river-" Teaoher-"Why are ships
called 'she'?" Boy (precociously alive
to the responsibIlities of his sex):
"Because they need men to manage
[Chambersburg, (Pa.) Herald.]
After vainly spending flve hundred
dollars for other remedies to relieve
my wife, I have no hesitation in de
claring, that St. Jacob's Oil will cure
Neuralgia. says M. V. B. Hlersomn,
E'q., (of Pinkham & Hlersom,) Bostcn n
Mass., an enthusiaatio indorser of its
AND new lt's said there were no
apples in Switzerlanld at thme time it is
supposed William TellI lived and did
Tnz movement to have eggs soIl by
the pound rather than by the dozen Is
believed to be a conspiracy against
the bantam hen.
Purifies the Blood, Renovates
and Invigorates the whole
ITS M EDICINAL PIIOPERTI~s ARE
AiteratIve, Tonic, Solvent & Diuret.
Vegetine! aracm. esvava
I add my testimony to time great
. numi~ber you havo already re
Vegeline (te'ved lan favor of your great, and
go'xd medicino, Vogetane, for I
doe not, think enough can be said
.In its prabo e; for I wasj troub. d
Vege tine~ overilo years with that dreadful
disease, Uatarrm, and had such
bad coughing spellis that it
.-would seem as though I niever
Vegetifne: courd breathe any more an'i
vegetine hi as cured me; and I do
forel to thank God all the timne
.ithat there is so good a mecdi,,ino
Vege tine~ as vegetine, andi I also think it
one of tho best, mo lcintes for
Icoughs andI weak, sinking fool
. ings at, tho stomach, and ad
Vegetine: vise everybody to take the vege.
one of tihe best medicines that
feevler asMRs. L. (lonE,
vegCLflC~Cor. Matrazine and wVainut sts.,
Vegetinle GIVES JEBAfTNI,
~TNTETI a APPIETITE.
Veg'etine My datughter has r ec e iv ed
ve'tines. Hecr dec11in ing hea'thi
was a source of great, anxity to
Vcgein&.all her friends. A few bottios of
vegetine restoredi her health,
ogtnjInsurance andeta Estato Ag't.,
IS SLD BY ALL DRULIISTS.
Sousn men cannot distinguish -ono
smell from another. Charlie Hlohorsl
a Galveston man, has got that kind ol
a nose. 11o was on the jury the other
day,and was'seated next to a sooiet3
beau, who perfumed his handkerchiej
and person with costly French perfum,
ry. Charlie got Up and, holding ?11
nose, said: "Your Honor, I . wish t4
be excused," "What is your excuse
sir?" asked the Judge. "I've not gol
a eold in my head." "I fall to see th(
relevancy of your excuse, Mr. Ho
horst." "Well Judge, you would se4
and smell the relevancy of it if y o
would only come here and take j
whiff of this man, who has been eat
inix onions anal who has stepped o n i
pleee of ripe Limburger cheese." T h
ook the perfumed cuss gave Cliarlit
will hauit him in his grave.
A Lay's Wish,
"Oh, how I do wish my skin was ai
clear and soft as yours," said a lady t<
her friend. "You can easily make i
so," answered the friend. "Ihow ?'
inquired the first lady. "By using
Hop Bitters, that makes pure riel
blood and blooming health. It did 1
for me, as you abierve." Read of It.
IN Oshkosh lived a fair maiden wh<
bad read with some alarm ot the deatt
of an Indiana woman from tight lao
ing, the immediate cause bqing
an affection of the epigastrium. Wher
her lover called that evening, and th<
light had been turned down as usual,
she said to him frankly: "Now . I
want you to be careful, Eugene:
you're worse than a corset.' Eugent
faltered out; "Oh, Mary, why thu
coldness?" "It isn't coldness at all,'
she replied, "but you hug so tight
you knock my epigastrium all out oj
PMPis AND HUMORS ON THE FAOH,
-In this condition of the skin, 'the
VEGETINE is the great remedy, as it
acts directly upon the cause. It clean.
ses and purifies the blood, thereby
causing humors of all kinds to disap.
"Wny do women -so of t-n wandei
almiesly in the murky soil udles of th
dead Pest, brooding over the days thal
are forever gone?" asked a young lady
of her practical lover, who is a wid
ower. "They don't," lie replied,
"On the contrary, they wander around
the dry-Aoods stores of the Presen,
pricing things they have no -lea o1
buying. Women are not dreamy oi
poetical, but when It comes to gel tng
a $2 bustle for $1.80 they keep right
up with the procession."
IF any person will invent a machine
for impaneling.a California jury thai
will return a verdict of murder in the
fi rst degree where the victim is worth
$100.000we will guarant'ee that the in.
ventor -is likely to go diown to poster.
ity without ever seeing the machint
put to a.teht.
To allay - all troubles Incident t<
change of- life Lydia E.. Pinkham'i
Vegetable Conepound has no equal.
BUntARs broke into the house of i
horribly ugly old maid the other night
and just as they approached her coucli
the woman, who had been dreaming
she was being proposed to by a hand.
some young man, rose up in bed and
exolaimed: "Yes,' love, I'll marry
you." The frigh oned burglars spranj
thirty feet through the window sash
and never stopped until they were h1(
under a haystick lifteen iles away,
Can Piles be CaredT
Is the most impor ant question to-day wti
suffering millions who, when looking at thb
long list of useloss pile nostrums, feol as th<
afflicted B.blo Patriarch, like exclasiming :
have board niany such things, mi-erable com
fortors are ye all, how lon~g will ye vex m,
soul and break me in pieces with wordu ?" 1
is not recorded that Job had piles, bu lie conl
not have had aniy thin:. more pa nful, and ti
mn questio might have bonn asked then a'
smuce b r three thousanad years. Cant pile~s be
cured ? We believe that Dr. Bilsbeo nuas solv<
the problem, for nothing Is mere certain thm
that his '.Anakesia" do's absolutely an
promiptly cure the worat casos of p)iles. WVueri
haif a million of afiheted amssort postive'ly tha
it has cured thoem aind in 20 years no one hai
ustd time doctor's wonderful remedy withuou
Instant reliof, and by following his simplo in,
structionsa as to habit an I dliet.'all wore bone,
fitted ad over 95 per cent. cured, all argu.
ments and theories of these who -haven't used
them, go for naught. Anakesis is now pre
soribed b3 physicians of all sobh-ols and hat
been pronounced as near inf allible as is poesti
blo. It is ea'ily apptied, peorfootly safo, in.
stantly relieves pain, and ultimately cures the
most inveterate cases. It has grandiy solved
the problem that Piles can be cured. Samples
of "iAnakecsis" are sent free to all sufferers em
application to P. Neustaedtor & Co.,* sole man.
ufaeturers of Anuakoesis, Rox 3916 Now York.
Also, sold by druggists everywhere. Price $1
PONDEn on theso' truths-you cannot be
well or get well if your bowels and kidneyi
refiise to act properly. Kidney-WVort will re.
store their healthful action. -Tribune.
A GECNTILEMAN was Complalntng orl
'change thiat he hail investedi rather a
sum of money In Wall street and lost
it all. A syimpathizing irlend asked
him whether lie had boon a bull or
bear. To which he replied, "Neither;
r wats a~ jackass.''.
Shooting ChIlle down tihe Back,
1)tll p 'in in thei lImbs. nausea, billousnesa, ar<
53yinm,)~fs of appronchting rever antd agnio. Usi
wvi,hiout dlay liostCeter'su 8tomachu Bittern
whIch Rtibstitutes for the chilly sesat.i')n ia ge
nhi warmt~h, regulates the stoma -h, antd in
parts toanototho liver. Theh'ohwels, the siomnoc
tind tihe bilary giland being restored to a healt~h
contltion, thme aiseaso is c'onqt' red'a it ho oui
sot. For sale by all D~ruggists a id D~ealers genl
.GET ETENGUN WOL'd8,
RtieShotJouns. Revolves.t o.o.d. for exagnation
A KiAl atd os pensoa to agent,
~5~J Outfit Free. Address
P. O ViofmRY. Aqngisa. Me
'oge anaswerin~g an aavertgaeinenB wI
onfer a favor upon the adetser and tV
'ublisher by etating that th.saw the adv
isement in this lournal l'naming the pp
A-FRENOR family sent down to thel
Wall street asked a green young la
yer to buy them fifty "Panamas" as
wedding present. for their daughtei
The next day a bok of fifty straw hal
was delivered by the expressman.
Cause and EffIet.
The main cause of nervousness I
Indigestion, and is caused by weaknes
of the stomach. No one can have soun
nerves and go3d health without 'ai
Hop Bitters to strengthen the stomact
ilurify the bloo-1, an I keep the live
and kidneys active, to orry off all .tI
poisonous and waste matter of the syl
temn. See other columu.-Advanoe
3 WHAT becomes of all the "old wt
horses" after the campaigil Is o V4
and the president is elected? Do the
go back to the plow? A-d eoho ar
swere "neigh; they go to the trough.
THERE are seventeen and a hall me
to every fomale in the Territory (
Dakota. "Well," said Miss Jone;
spinster, when she read the abov
item, "ir girls knew what I kno,
they'd take that halt man rather tha
none at all."
COULD I but see Cart'olne made,
And view the process o'er,
No bald head pate would make afraki
Nor gray hairs fright me more.
As now improved and perfected,
No oil was ore so sure,
All skin disease, of limb or head,
It never falls to cure.
YoUNe Lady, examining some br
dal veils: "Can you really recon
mend this one?" Over-zealous shoi
man: "O1i, yes. miss I It may be usc
'I HERR are two things wanting i
make New York's world's fair a su
cess. One Is a change of site, and th
other is a sight of "change."
MRS. LYDIA L PINKDAM, OF LYNN. MASSq
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cre
top all those Painful Complaants alWeakusese
socommon toourbest female population.
It will cure entirely the 'worst form of Female 00
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Uloere
tion, Flling and Displacements, and the cousequen
Spinal weakness, and is particularly adapted to th
Change of Life.
It will dissolve and expel tumogp from the uterus Ii
an early stage of development. The tendency to can
berous humorstheros ochecked veryspeedily by Its use
It removes faintness, flatuloney, destroys all craving
for stimulants, and ralleves weakness of the stomach
It cures Dloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration
General Debility, Sleeplessnesa, Depression and Indi
'That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weigh
'and backache, is always pehananently cured by its use
It will at all times and under all cireumatances act I,
harmony with the laws that govern the female system
3 For tire cere of tidney Complaint. of either sex tidl
SCompound i. unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. PINKIAM's VEGETABLE OM
POUNDOis prepared at 233 and 335 Western Avenue
Lynn, Meas. Price $1. Six bottles for 65. Sent by mal
in the form of ptil., also In the form of lozenges, oa
ireceipt of price, $1 per box for either. airs. Plnkhaa
freely answers all letter. of inquiry. Sand for panmph
let. Address as above. Mention this ITaper.
Nto family sheuld be without LYDIA E!. PINK HAMG
IVER PILth. They cure constipation, biliornmaeq
end torpi lity or the liver. 28 cents per box.
eir- Sold by all Druggists. Ms
Constipation and Plies.
of Kiln real.s Ithas acte ilceacha.a It
lncuemany vory a ae of Pis, and has
Nelson airchild, of St. Aah, Vt., says "It is
opricosa value~ After siten years ogrt
plotely cured me."
ag Ohas don.o nders ro sey, "onpel pour
inga sovero Liver and ldne iim
IT HAS WfT
WOND ERFPUL 1Vi.
the IEDNEYS at the mame time.
Beoause It cleanses the aistem of
the polisonous humore that develope
in Kidney and Urinpry diseases Bil-,
iousness. Jaundice, Constipallon,
Pies, orin Rheumatism, Neuralgia
and nervous disorders.
RIDNE.Y-WORT Is a day vegetable cosn.
pound andl con be sent by mail prepaid.
One pacekage will make six qts of medicine.
ltiluy it, at the Druggists. Price, *1.Oo.
WELLS, EICHARDSON~ & C0., Proprieters,
I2 (Wi ,snd pesi paid.) Bnrlington, Vt.
The Furt and Best MledIcine ever Made,
Ao bi lntlon of ops, Pueh Man
most o ura tivo prroport Ice of all other Bittera,
makes theogreatest Blood Purifier, L-iver
Reg u itor, andl Lito and Health liatoring
Agent on earth.
No disease e an possibly long exist whero Hlop
Dit ters aro ua id,sovarieanid porfect areotheir
They gtvonsowli foandvigortotheagodandinalrm.
To all whose o mploymntacauso irregulari
ty of thobowclaor urinary organs, or who rn
quiro an A ppotiror Tonic anddinild Stimulant,
liop Bittens are inval uabio, without intot.
No matter whatyour fo llngs of sym rtoe
aroiwhat tho discaso or all mont is uisc Hoa >it
toers. Don't waltunrtilyoua 10 sick buat i you
only fool bad or nmiserablo, use them at once.
It may save yourliife.Ithas eayIVod hundreds.
*SO willlbe paid for a ca se they wl not
cure or help. Do not suffer orlo your friends,
suffer,btuso andrjrgo them to uso Hop B
.Remember, Ilop Bitters is no viio, drhigguad
drunken nostrrum, but theo Prarost a n d Best
I Medicine over inado thao "iNVAIDnS FRhENiD
)and IhOPE" andl no person or family
1should be without them.
- . is an absolruto andl lrroisti'>io Cairo
nactc o uima lbaacco ad
for Circular, flaop uriers f. ee.,
reyear to Agents a nd ex enass 6 O0a
R UPERTUS' Celebrate
-Bingle ooh Loadlj
r ad agiplbensrgaol
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumb~ge
Backache, Soreness of the Chsf,
Gout, QuinsySere Throat, $well
ings andI Sprain, Burns and
ealds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headasche," Frosted
-Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aiohes.
No Preparation on earth equals Er. JA rnaOI
Itemedy. A trial ent abut the comparatively
with pain can havo ceap and poive pon i Itsr
$_ Directions in Eleven Languages.
eBOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS "ND DBALERS
A. VOGELER &r 00.
Baltimore og d., El . A.
Battle Creek, Michigan,
VAN XZTUE8 o1P TE ONILY GENUIN
T HRESH ERG
Traotion and Plain Engines
YWA eeeth Vrb I setbhed
ou izos of Sent rs r to 1 re
7,50e 0 ie on we e 804z
mpara No rk o ilsl-rilo h uit te
I. P D O
Nuaga goiatia Pu~a
everaee Boraees ofek, MChega
Gomultuis Soria ~ee Trat Swroell-i
ingE an B Spra n M B KanS
caldse oG en erodily
Two t lea ante d a M eat 11 on
e nd Eart leand l Der
Pa2in and lok.hesb.,$90,i
7o950 r (io on athrequo~ValSr ~s ir
EsaSTE MUOr oe oiut oe Exteraol
anmdy Atmiand ei bin tie, comparatiel.
Now subscrbltMicALe RMd.,:. A2.
= "4:u 109 ) 1 iar ewer*
vriton & P o., Bostn.
anE.DT01& Ho.rseowerB.. Pil.
STA-POWR SALE 18an
aniet ae New Youk na~A~ sia nin
ever e in teAcan s a n et r e n
Io(Jm isnoe aed otfe lBrkers.
consanty o had,~omario s bul t herono
eomprabo wod-orkof ur ofseilnros
NICOLS SHPAR &00.No
Battle C daared Mihon
dxcllnto a Eawesni Sacred
lartes oadse Pred Wit I.ed.
-~d i coAbny, N.oY. an Co.c~o) and WDso16h'
Only) Prie ei gor th AFove $ 00i
bordyn $9 5.nnclth
4ATE . UIC Shaendfrlsso atrCrl
Sarsojiar i loso on
WMN GREAT BLOOD PURIFIED,
.1 oneal, =ls or xevs
couMUrNTue T1IS MAND VrrTIA .
weM, yi o Bi e lmtae
ogs, ,, . w s p" .wiTkin and *
seMercurial Dlseame, Female Zo6i
n ut, Dropsy, Salt U, Bronchitis
.Liver Complaint, &c.
Net .5ip1 th Uraas Reolveni
0~~a and Skin Diseases
K11NT AND BLADDERUOMPLAINT&
Urinary~~~~~~I sdom Ies vIDlbees
RUri ru1f Dase Albu noon an"
9W water I , Mixed ubt
.tano... .e .. or threas like
white s ,lk or there isa aori dark, bin
aperneand whi1te wne.uat 48-p M-elt.,--a
R hrm=k- "416 n 0ens0=10
tMs. a on . by Drug
eftbe" tinown more' of0eatv rnl
3.MG0o1aes than anly 0& =ratlox
R., Ru Re
OER AND PREVEMTS
RHEUMATISM, FEVER AND AGUE,
BOWEL ' COMPLAINTS.
Looseness, DlarrhceA, Cholera Morbus. or pa o
ml dishares from the bowe are stopped .
M6r5mutes bytek IsdReady Rm
V.1t."1000, IIIon, o weak
Lesolast wil follow the u of the IL IL
IT WAS TH FIRST AND I0
The Only Pain Relnedy
that instantly stops the most exoruclauing
a inflammations, and cures Conrt)*
ansn whether of the Lungs, Stomach, LiOWel
orother glands or organs, by one ap~ltcittoa,,
ka from one to twenty nin utew no mat
r ow violent or excruciatg the Pain tie
KhoumatiBled-ridden, Infirm.r Opled. NR.
oa eu,~por~rostratei with 'M~ase may
AY BRbLaE F ro wil ffote
luflaanmatzen of the Kidneys,
lngiasmation of the bladder.
Wdammaion of the Bowels.
Congestion of the Lusige,
so Throat, Dficult Breatuio
Palpitation of the Hear&
Mlysteries, Croup, Diphthera.
d atarr, amiena
Cold Chills, Ague Chill,
ChIlbsiha and Frost Bites.
Me appieation of tbe Read lief to the pat
tabor ease nta.n- om r un ra
Dater erl Webn fe mnte cuge D ess e,
ipasrBoah earturdn Sitkshead
w ys ead Reif awith . fe them.Afwdosi
kih ng of wtrItsbeerIias iaei
ma o Bittersi Amzuzan PemenFiet
Fcrf teleum rte imiteat10l
Th uge, atelt en p*laee and
ft&We, n he~a fo Se rhae a darg
Aer NeToBsDee, edafor conlas taton
WarAtd TIo effecte a pectur oPrl
Oae m nthago mercrnmierals .er
S6 obs1 er mth on syposreultping
pandSmo.rflatiosIwrdPisFulneasf h lodre i
0.a MciURY f th00o , hiauepha Hat
viin osorWb oe itesigtevr an