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WnAT NaxT?-A California inventor
has made a machine for pressing and
drying potatoes so that they will keep
for years. yet preserve their natural
flavor, No chemicals are used in the
operatian of curing, everything being
done by a simple machine capable of
pressing six hundred busiels of pota
toes in twenty fbur bUours. 'The ma
line not only preises the potatoes, but
lays thew on a tray in a concave term
with the hollow side down. After the
pressure they are put into a drying ap
paratus, where they remain for two
hoursthen they are ground into coarse
meal resembling cracked rice. The
first shipment of these preserved pota
toes to Liverpool, last year, brought a
large profit. The average price of po
tatoes in San Francisco is about twen
ty-five cents a bushel. .Dried, they
brought in England forty live shillings
a hundred weight, or at the rate of a
dollar and a half a bushel for green
potatoes, This year preparation has
been made for drying and shipping
large quantities. It is said that there
are Whree hundred thousand acres of
uncultivated land on the western slope
of the Coast Range, near San Francis
co, especially adapted to potato grow
ing. The logs and aists froma the ocean
supply sufficient moisture, and the soil
Itlds bounttitully. The only problem
eretofore has beer where to market
TuE moat widely spreau and fata
disease of swine Is the hog cholera.
Commissioner Do uc claims that the
aggregate loss to farmers of the Unia
ted States from this source foots r
from $50,000,000 to $80,000,000 i to
num. Cr rtain counties in thef Neg
States, he says, lose froin(s to look
$80,000 from this diseaqofi the ;-root.,
lect and allowing tk re nodoubt the
atter their supte devastation com
hog or die" pfa, though we cannot
leading co5de aggregate loss amounts
MitteoAg )i -e lifteen to twenty mil
RRSERVAIION OFFRUIT BY BURIAL.
-Last January a California fruit dea
1er took one hundred lemons fresh
from the tree and buried them in the
ground to see how they would keep.
Four months alter he dug them up and
found them in perfect preservation, as
sound and fre-h and n'ce as the (lay
they were buried. Every one knows
how well potatoes keep when properly
covered by earth. Apples would do
equally well; and pes ibly the same
method may answer for grapes and
other more pemishable fruit. It would
not cost much to try a~few expt rinients
In this dirt o01(n, and success could not
fall to be atvantageous.
ONIONs.-Onlons require rloh soil
and clean culture. A newly reclaimed
swamp Is the best soil, and the longer
It is kept In ( nlons the better they sue
eesd. Tile seed is sown in drills nine
to twelve inches apart, and thinned
OiI to Itree or four i rches in the rows.
igh manuring Is required, and, with
horoughly rotted stable manure, su
perphosphate of lime is the best artilt
EXcesslve drinking of water by farm
animals is Said to increase the oc nsump
tion of fat in the body. Too watery
fodder and too nucl drink are t here
fore to be avoided, especially in fatten
Ing, if we wish to attain the most ra
pid and abundant formationi of flesh
PnouxssoR Riley says that kerosene
or oil of any kind is sure death toe In
sects in all stages, and the only sub
stance with whieh we may hop1e to do
stroy the eggs, Ols willi not mix di
reetly with wvater, but will mix wit~h
milk, fresh or sour, and thyen may be
diluted to any desiredl extent.
TiinE excessive dry sumnmer and aut
umn of last year, combined with the
fact that now the ground has so far
1,eon Wyell covered with snow, wvill no
doubt add greatly to the fertility onf thie
soil, and,, ether things being favor
able, we may reasonably expect.- good 1
CUnANr CUTTINGS. Thie fall is the
best time to make and plant cuttings
of currants and othier shrubs. The
callus is formed at the end of time cut
tings, andtime roots start during the
winter. The necxt best time is early ini
the spring as soon as time frost is out of
fleas requiire free access to water in
the Sunaer t nme. 11 they csan have a
piace to bathe or wallow in, it is bente
lcis to them, as it cools and cleanses
in ed dud Is no tilth :lit. is a good
disinfectant aind healthful. Someta mes
mud bathe have been Jound usefl
as medical Iroatmentr for sack people.
rA8T URS that haye been fed a few
seasons will genc~rally produce more,
milk, or make miore milk, or nmake
more fat, than those whlich have been I
newJy seeded de~w..
The Poison hlabit.
Bunt under all circunmisances make a firmn a
stand against the p)oison habit. It is best
to call things by their right names. Thelie
effect upon the animal economy of every I
stimulant is strictly that of a poicon, and J
every poison nmy become a stimulant.
There is no bane in tihe Souith American
swamps,no vii ulent compound in the Nocrthi
American drug stores--chemistry knows
no deadliest poison--whose gradual and
persistenitoblrusion on the human organism
will not create an unnatural craving atter a
repetition of the lethal (lose, a miorbidi api
petency ini every wvay analogous to the
hankering of the toper after his favorite
tipple. Swallow a tablespoonfuli of lauda
num or a few grains of arsenious acid every
night. At first your physical conscienee
pretests by every meanisl in its p)ower;
nausea, grapes, spasnms and nervous head
ache warn'you again andl agam; the strug
gles of the digestive organs aminst time foel
tntruder conivule your whole system. Buit
yon continue the dose, and nature, true to
her highest law to preserve life at any p)iito,
finally adapilts herself to an abnmorinal coni
dilion-adapts the poison at whatever costt
of health, strengthm and hiappineass. Your a:
body becomes an opium miacL mne, an ar- I
sentc mill, a physiological cngiine mnovedl by
poison, and pertormiing its functions only
under the spur of the unnatural stimulus.
But bye and-bye the jaded systean fails to
respond to thme spur, your strength gives
way, and..: alarmed at the symptoms of a
rapid delirium, yen resolve to remedy the
evil by removing the cause. You try to I
renounce stuiuion, and rely once more
on the unaided strength of the via vitwe.
But that strength is aimost. exhausted. Thei
oil that should have fed the flanme of life
has been wvasted on a liealthi-oensuminig
fire. Before you can regain strength and
happiness your system- must readapt itself
to the normal cond'ition, and the dihliculty
of that rearrangement will be proportioned
to the degree. of the present disarrange
ment; the further you have strayed from
nature the longer it ,will take you to retrace
SILK lIANDKEi1OIEFS AND TILE DAN
)ERs ATTENDING TuzriR UsE.-It seems
ndispensable that a person in full
tress nowadays should carry a silk
pooket-handkerehief of a more or less
brilliant hue. Old and young of both
sexes affect this radiant appendage,
the varied hues of which are so brilliant
as to recall the altar paintings and
stained glass window of the pre-Rap
haelite age. Brilliant colors, like the
reds, the blues, the yellows, the pur
ples and the pinks have been regarde
by eminent critics like Ruskin, as in
dicative of a pure state of morals in e
eommunity than where the sober half
tints of grays and Quaker hues pre
valled. Innocence loves bright hues
while vice seeks the obscurity of twi
light shades. If this theory be oor
rect our pocket handkerchiefs ar
about the only redeeming feature C
our color morality at piesent. It is sa
to reflect that they have nothing bu
their flceting dyes to recommend then
They are flimsy and insubstantial i
material and they won't wash. The
are dyed by dangerous poisons, an
every time they are applied to one
nose, or lips, or eyes,a portion of th0
malignant coloring matter is aq=se
ed. If any one will wash onp,0ator
gaudy pocket butterflies IinpDe found
(ihey wont stand ho t ed to pole
that sufficlent color Ilarge window
on a cat or to de.1 the dye In solu
plant if wate dyes are derived
jtlon. Mi of chromium, which
Lion. 'wway, recelves its name
fr2m.Wdreek chroma, color, on ae
mXof the beauty of the tints it pro
Joes in combIniation. Others are de
rived from poisonious protosaits of
iron, prussiate of potash and dyes
equally poionous. There is so much
rivalry to produce rich brigit colors
Lhat the chemistry of ie dyeing pre
Desses is not carefully supervised, or
weIl Understood. Improper mordants
ire appiled, and fast colors are couse
juently nob produced. Some of the
Llaedacaes too coulmoni nowadays, are
LtiiOubtedly to be attributed to the
use of those bright colored haedker
Aniers,and when a phystlan is at a loss
LU explain the cause 01 a fOWble, dis.
.u rbed and ir icabie eLate of the ner
vou" systemn, a litale inqairy would
probably disclose the itbitual use
L,1 thobe gay handkerchliefs as the
ioure of tihe mischjief. blotherd
?houl1d be especially careful that in
aIts arc kept from sucklig or chow
ig the alturing baublus,.or with some
f the colurS to be seen in tie store
viidovs, one1. sull fatluilLarity in the
Jau o a tbaby wouteI be fialt.
RuTrric WonX BASKETs.-Tile foot
md frate are constructed of thorn or
>ther knotted sticks, heavily gilded.
rleh basket-shape portion has two ]In
ngs. Thie outer one, which should
)o of dark rich satin, ptuffed, protrudes
tseif saelly through the manifold
nterstices. The11c inner onQ is arranged
nI a slmilar ianner, except triat it is
itted to a 1lat foundation, and should
o of some Nt ari. brighthauo, gathered
o a thick gold cord, making the or
iocamaller than it would be if it ter
ininated where the rustic work leaves
>A', bosidea serving as a rest for the
xqulslte cover wlhich completes this
enlly elegant affilr. This cover con
ilts of a piece of cardboard of the pro.
er Size to it inside the rustic frame,
:overed with saitin of tle dark shade
'Ponl which IS paitited a landscape or
rroup of rustic figures. Tile under
ide should have the bright color of
,110 111n11r lining; wvhiile tile picture
hould have a framne com~poled of
louible pulif of dark satin ; the outside
>r bordier puil's snlould stand up~ richly
nut tihe otner ought to be rathoz flat;
Sloop) of gold cord at each side forinls
he Ilaldies. Th'ie French people use
l pretty sty3 le of the basket for trim
ing tile knives, forks and silver f rom
110 iuneol table. Thle shape re
emiibles a coal icuttle witbout a mouthz
rn lip, and1( has ai division across tihe
enter, so that the silie'r and cuttlery
iny be kept apart. Thle scroll hand1(s
'i8e on eachi side, ellding wvith a loop,
itroughl which passes 'a curved bar
tar with knobs to proyent its slippinig
lut of' bounds.
CANADIAN dELLIY CAKI.-Bcat one
:eacupfu(tl of white sugar and four
tunces or butter to a cream; add the
folks of three eggs, well besten and
wo tablespoonluis of mil11.' Stir into
lie above one pound of' flour, with
wo tenspoonfuis ci cream tartar and
nc of soua mixed in it. Last of all
dd the whites of the eggs beaten to a
tr-ong fioth. Flavor with letnon es
ence, and~ pour the batter into 'four
hallow tins like plates, and bake fif
een intutes ini a quick oven. When
old, twvo cakes arc placed ont the top
i oacht other, with jolly or prreserve
etweven. Thle cakes shoritld be ani luchl
hic0k when baked, and1( served with
O)nANoc y'iE ot l'UDDING.-One
ountd of butter', one totid of sugar
tea ten to a cream, one glass of brandy,
vine or rose wvater; ten eggs beaten to
highl froth ; have two oranlges and
>oil tihe rind untIl it is trender; change
heo water two or three times while it
s boiling, then beat it in a mortar
11nd squieeze the juice ii,togethter withi
he rind of one lemon grated and the
uice of the samle,mhix till well together
vith the otlier inlgredhienlts, andi bake
nI a juff1 paste without an upperCi crust;
mal tis quantity is sulliolenl l'on two
NkAVER use anything but light blank
ts to cover the silk, TIhe heavy, i
iiivlouis couterpano is bad', for the
ason that It rotatins the exlialations,
c'omi then ;ores of the sick person
vhiihe the blat, ket allows them to pass
broughi. WVe-ik persons arte inivaria
thy dlistressed by a gre it wveizht of
ed-alothis, which ofteti prevent the'r
~etti ng anly sound~t s1le1p whatever.
IIIAzitIAN TlEA Iusu.-Take some
1i 0s of' bread about half an inch1
hick, cut ofi' all . crust, steel) the
readl in miilk ; wvhaen soaked through
over each p)1ece with beatoen yolk of'
gg, fry with butter a ight brown,
lien arranigo the slices out a hot plate,
nel lay onl each pie0ce a tolerably
hicik covering or piowderetd sugar and
innam~iton welt intgled.
Ovsan a Faricns.--Drala thtenm the..
oughly3, chiop~ lIne, seasont with popt
01r and salt. Make a baiter of eggs,
utlik antd flout; stir the chopped oys
oe in thits andI fry in hot butter ; or
ry thtemt whole4, teivelopo in batter,
tne ini eacht iritter'. Ini tis case the
atter shtoutld be thicker thtan if thIey
A Bo.UT30N of cyatide of potaissium
s the best poisoni to kill insects of anty
A cint 1head( and qluitk action mu.;t
>O possessed for steady anld successful
~ffort: but wvho can have such whtile
ufferintg from Cold f Use Dr. Bull's
oughl Syrup and prodnoc immediate
A DETROIT grocer displayed a dozen
cakes of the clearest and nicest new
maple sugar'possible to make and as
he stood at his door a oitzen halted and
looked at the sugar and queried: .
"No, it's old."
"Make It ypurself ?"
"Shouldn't think it would be heal
"Then why do you want to sell it?"
"I don't want to. I set it out here
so that a dray could cart it off, an
dump it on some vacant lot."
- 'le oltizen looked up anid do liy
street, across the way, at
a said: ounds of
f "I guess I'll take terated old
I your warmned-uP wouldn't touch
t sugar. If it Wa e. Please weigh
the stuff at
1 this cake.' the sugiar and carried it
r He he looked like a man who
I a to say something mean to
"I THINK I may-be oxeued.for alit
tle show of pride in saying that I knew
when to quit Wall street," he observ
ed as an elevated train carried them
over that great thoroughfare.
"So you used to speculate?"
"Ye; I was on the street for seven
"Made your pile, I suppose?"
"Yes; I made and loot money the
same as the rest. At one time I could
draw my check for $83.000; that isn't
so bad for a man who went Into Wall
street with only $10 in his pocket."
"And you know where to quit?"
"Ihat was when-when ?"
"That was when I had enough left
to pay my fare to Elinira and nire a
boy to carry my satchel up , to my
lather-In-law's hotel I" was the reply.
(Troy, (N. Y.) Pross.
Mr. W. J. Melvin, Editor Warren,
Mass. Herald, was cured of sevore
Neuralgia by the use of St. Jacob's 011.
SEVEnAL gentlemen were standing
onl the corner of Galveston avenue
when one of the Most fashionl able
ladles of Galveston passed on the side
"Ah I" exclaimed one of the gentle
men, " N hat a complexion I There is
nothing to beat it it Galveston. I am
proud of that woman, I am.''
"Are you her husband?" asked a
"Her father, then ?"
"No, sir; I am no relation to her;
but I am Proud of her complexion. I
am the druggist that sold it to her. I
made it myself."
YOUNG Malony D Sminth, who ex
terminates melody with a fiddle, met
old Colonel Northcote rocentiy, an d
said to him: "Colonel, you must be
on hand to-night at tile DeSuith man
k1si8. I want you to hoar somne really
good music. I will give a few solos on
the violin to a few invited guests and
after ward, at 8 o'clock, we will have
some refreshiments-oysters, wines,
eigars, you know.'' "My dear boy, I
will be on hand Just a little after 8.
Itely on me.''
"I CAN'T find a place In the city to
suit me,'' despairingly remarked a
housc-hunting lady to her husband
yesterday. "Why so, my dear?''
"W hy, because,, because, wvell, if you
must know,, I can't find a mantel long
enough foe 1"'"'o .lambrequin I
made last ,.and .imprr
A 5TSOLIrNG 1UR -atrial company was
at dinner. A w aiter apper oached on
of' thie members andI salki, so try ?'' "No.
sir,'' indignantly replied the persori
addressed, "I am one of the musi
(Muscatino (Iown,) D~aily JQurnal. (
Messrs. J. . Bennett & Co., Muske
gon, Mich. thtus speak : St. Jacobs Oil
is the best liniment around here. We
sell more of it than of any other pro
.prletary medicine we have in our store.
Our customers are ecntInually prahsing
its effective qualities; andl we think,
that it is thme best remedy for rheunma
tistn, nieuralgia, etc., we have evcr had
WuY are young ladles at the brcak..
ing upi of 9, party like arrows ? Br -
cause thety can't go off without a beau,
anti are all in a qjuiver till they get
Two sightlhess lovers have been mar
rledl in Cincinunati. 'i hey went it
"NOT good if dletached'' may apply
as well to married people'is to railroa~d
GREEN FORAGE CROPS
Giving My Practical Experience.
Also, the Practical Experience
With Ensilago and Silos,
Givintg t heir exp)orlo'nco of feeding stock of ati
kinds~ with Enslinago andi the practi(eai resulto
tis proo't w-thbe Fhusillag.e of (ireeja i"ora~o
(rops. fly thmis p'rocess the farmer enn reatize
live dliars in plauce of one d(litr, als prattised
b~y thes old s' stunm of farm'siinI. Ah~o wondeortul
11 IImt of [Ciiog boultry at one-half the
i book cont atins I 20 pages, elega nilly bouind
ECV1~iY ONE 18 P'ILEAHED WitH IT,
As being the mno.4 thorough and practical work
.0et publihed on this sulbject, ani all are aur
pbrised at the very low price.
For sale at all bookstores, all general stores
anid all news depots in every ctty andi town
iN TIlE UNVITED STATESR.
If ite wornk cannot to phtalned of thema send .
Price of' Book 50 Cents.
By Mail 60 Gts.
.'oud post onteo order If convenient. Addrois
H. R. STEVE~NS,
A runT old mna witi a tagbag in
his hand was picking a nuiAber of
small pleees of whalebone which lay
on the street. The deposit was of suoh
a singular nature that the quaint-loqk
Ing gathorer was aske I how he sup
psed they came there. "Don'
know," hie replied in a squea W
voice, "but 'speo some unfo t ate
female was wrecked hereabP" some
4I DECLARIJ never saw such
a man You a ays getting some
new wrink And he calmly re
ylied,. da, you are not, thank
If you had a new wrinkle,
ou Id have no place to put it
7 r." Which was rather UncomDlI
entary to himself, seeing that. niost
wives' premature wrinkles are caused
by their hubbands.
ilaby saved I
We are so thankful to- say that our
baby was pe.rmanently cured of a dun
gerous and protracted Irregularity of
the bowels by the use of Hon 14itter
by its motlher, which. as the samnetime
restored her to perfect health and
strength.-The Parents, I 'chester, N.
Y. $eo another column.- Buffalo mxhe
A GOUPLE of young men went out
fishing the other day, and on return
ing were going past a farm house and
felt hungry. '~lhey yelled to the farm
er's daughters: "Girls, have you any
.butter milk 1"
The reply was gently wafted back
to their ears: 'Yes, but we keep It
for our own calves."
'Tn1e boys calculated that they had
budness away-and they went.
A FAsHIONABLE BoSton lady was un
expectedly lelt- without a servant.
She undertook to make her husband a
Cup of coffee, but it took. so long he
asked what in the Halifax was tihe mamit
ter with the e'61ce. "I don't know,"
she said, burdting into. tears; I've
boiled these beans for a full hour, and
they are no bolter now thai they were
when I llrs put them iI the pot."
"Iave You tead It?
I. R.'Stevens book on Erisliage, the
preserving of green orage crops in
silos, giving., his own experience and
the practical experience o1 25 practical
farmers: 120 pages, elegantly bound in
cloth ; price 50 cents; by mnill, 60 cents.
Addres-i H. it.-8tevens, Boston, Mass.
Tn New Haven Register man stays
out late o ' ights, aId is howling for
mIdn ,aight hotse-ears. He confesses to
being obliged to crawl home regularly
everv night. Now what he wants is a
man with a-wheelbarnow to take him
home through the back streets.
SHE was a Vassar graduate, and sit
ting on the front steps expounding
somec of the estronomnical wonders, but
the lovelight or her eye had a tinge of
sadness, when she enthusiastically re
piled : "Jess so-! I see hoW folks get
at the size and distaice of the stars be
cause they 6an see them through their
glasses, but bless me, if I can imagirie
how they ever loun out thmeir names."
PLUMP girls are said to be going out
of lashion. If this Is true, the plumper
the girl the slimmer her chances.
IF nature puts a wart on a man's
nose, It 1s placed where she wants it,
and not where is will help to hold his
Impiortant to sufreerr.
The greatest benefactor Is one who relieves
pain and ouros disee. Dr. nileboo has ao
comlihshled both by his miraculous discovery
of "Anakesis;" an absolute, easy, rapid
and infallible cure for P'ILE8 am all stages
of dovolopument. 20,000 sufferers testify
to its virtue. It is a simple suppoaitory,
acting as an instrument, poultice and mod
icinoe. Tihe relief .is instant, and cure cer
tain. Price $1.00 per box. Bamples sent
free on application to "Anakesis" Depot, B~ox
'3940, New York. For sale by all first-class
As a Cure for Eiles,
K'dney-Wort acts first by overcoming, in the
mildest manner, all tendency to constipation;
then, by its great tonic and invigoratmg~ pro
perties, it restores to health the debilItated
and weak oned parta - Chronicle.
COLoomN.-For the benefit of those
who use cologne we give the follow
ing recipo which not only makes an
article oh superior fragranoce but at iess
than haltf the cost of a bottled article
01' equal odor. Mix the following to
gether, shake wqli, bottle and it is
made3 ready for use. QO dIrachm oil
laivendor, one drachim oil bergamnot,
two drachms oi1 lemlon, two dlrachms
oil roscmary,50 drops tincture of muisk,
8 dIrOps ol of. cInnamon, 8 drops of
cloves, 1 pint of alcohol. Like all
other colognies it wilJ remain strong
longer if' kept wvell covered.
Ehooting Chille~ downs the Baek,
Dullt plin in the limbs, rausea, bllousneso, are
Nyniitoms of approaching fever and ague. Use
.Without delay liostetter's Stomach Bittes
Which suibsttiute for the chilly sonsation ag
nni Warmth, re latr. the d'stomach, and.
pars ei o thotve.Tbolth stma hii
and iillb llaf'y gland being restored to ahipathyI
coflhndt thio'1 iaso ms conqtred at thme out
set. For aao by all .Druggists aidi Dealers gen
$ 1iNYA Rand ex pnseto agnt
-kIO0 FOR BRE sT. A ni0e "isb
for breakfast Wimade by taking bits of
hiam that h's, been left from previous
meals, o ting them In emall pleces,
md l tn them with two or three
Sgstirre In. Pieces of beef may
so be used, and enjoyed If properly
cooked. Chop them fine, season with
butter, pepper and-salt and serve hot.
The excellence of these dishes depends
upon the way in which you cook and
season them. Anything which is
warmed over in order to be palatable
must be nicely prepared.
Trut4 and Monor
Query:-What is the best family
medicine in the world to regulate the
bowels, purify the blood, remove cos
tiveness and biliousness, aid digestion
and tone up the whole system? Truth
and honor compels us to answer
Hop Bitters, being pura, perfect and
harmless. See another colusnn.-Toledo
"YouR handwriting is very bad in
deed," said a gentleman to a college
friend.who was more addicted to boat
ing and cricketing than to hard study;
"you really ought to learn to write
better." "Ay, ay," returned the
young man, "It is all very well for
you to tell me that, but if I were to
write better, people would find out
how I spell."
LYDIA E. PINKH AM's Vegetable Com
pound cures female complaints by re
mnoving the cause.
Tnm hoop-skirt is coming in fashion
again. and ten years hence the man
who digs garlen will feel the need of
some new and wicked-looking words
With wilich to expre s himself when
he strikes one of trhese profault.y-pro
vok ng cut-cast-s ab ut four inches
under ground. .Nothing detnoralizep
a gardener more, unless it may be
when his spade s rikes a pieco of old
WE can insure any person 11aving a
bald head or troubled with dandrufr,
LiaL Carboline, a deodorized extract of
petroleun, will do all that is claimed
for it. It will not stain the most
Lielicate fabric and is delightfuilly per
THE sign for an eating house that
never closes - "O0ysters - open all
MRS. LYDIA L PIIKRAM, OF LYNN, IA3L,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Curie'
for all those Painful Complaint. and! ieaknesae.
socommuon tooeiebest female Pptplation.
It wiln cure entirely the worst form of Female cosa
plaints, all ovarlan troubles, Inniamnwton and blcera.
tion, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and i particularly adapted to the
change of Ife.
nt will dissolve and expel tomo -sfrom the uterus Ia
en early stage of development. !fe tendoncy to ca.
esrous humor. therelas checked veryspeedily by its use.
It removes faintness, flatuleney, destroysall eraving
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
IS cures Bloating, Beadaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Bleeplessnesu, Depressi'on and Iftdl.
That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by It. use.
It will at all times and under all circumstances act In
,sa'rmony with tholaws that govern the female system.
For the cureof Kidney complaints of either sex this
comnpound Is unsurpssed.
LYDIA E. PINrRIEAM'S VEGETAnLE COMe
POUND is prepared at 138 and SOS Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price $1. Six botesfor $5. Sent by mail
In the form of pills, also in the form of lozenges, on
receipt of,price, *1 per box for either. Mum Pinkham
freely answers allletter. of inquiry. Send for pamph.
tet. Address as above. Mention lti Joper.
No family should be without LYDIA E. PINKIIW
LIVEOR PILLS. They cur, constipation, blliousns
and torpidity of di. liver. 36 cents par box.
Er Sold by all Draggate.- l
(A Medicine, not a Drink.)j
HOPS, flUCIIU, MANDRAKE,
AND THN PunxsT AND BlAT MI.OALQUAA.
All DiJseaes of thontomnach, Bowels, Blood,
Lt. er, lJdney,- ani Ur inary (rgan. ecr.
$1000 IN COLD.
WIll be0 paId for a case they will not cure or
help, or for auty nr Im1pure or Injurious
Ask your druggist for l~op Bitters and try
(hoem before you sleep. Take no other.
D Y.0c.1. an absolute anel Irresistitblocure for.
Drunkenness, ursarof'tpun, tobacco and
RR.XD FoR ECULLAR.
ip it :. M i. I.hc t. r. N. .,st.ornno, O
oDT 0012 101N Learn 'hefegraphyl 3 arn se to
mo0s ad moth. oadunas aranteed paln
A POSITIVE CURE
e1 'n.~ Tuut cort i di'r. -r ea Rtueulyri , n
)ythie ovu brated Phlysicians, d r II. ''hiompson, Dr.
eimaboIg a:u oitlier.. a n for elrcult fnenl
psrm no lead boxes on rocoipt of rice. Boos
Ilutu aae,8lekn St., N. V.. Send forr Moh
ulmilo Letter fromt colo'd Dr. icord, of Paris.
4GENTU WANWTED FOft 01UR
ENT EN NIAL VuL'in' P A Ne
to ul withot t. rc ia . r
Also, our l)omestic Clothes
- fo, rpi selin article., pre
30 Ct. A raro opprtunity is
mono). 81and( for olr Il us.
1sraed e irclr and our -n
I ESTIJ MUA LE Co,.,194 V.6th St., Cin n.. Ohlio.
It sys Agents to hell the St adard Agricultural Book
farming for Profit
ewAeeura. Ooujrehienslve, Acemit arm
TELLS HOW gultlvate all Farm reps
klake Monoey o ~~e t.9 ~ie~bsne
M.e. MIODY & CJO., Piladeolphfta, Pat.
. TRAD2 Rfni.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and al other
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation 0r) Varth equals Sr. J4cous OIL
aso aPre rute, nlue jo and cheap External
Itenedy. A trial entails but .the compa tivoly
trifling outlay of 50 Cents, and every one suffering
with pain can havo cheap and positive proof of ita
Drection. in Eleven Languages.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
A. VOGELER & CO.
Jjaltlnaorc. Md. . A..
The Only Rene
That Acts at the Same Time on
he Lyer, The Bowels and The KIdn s
TM combined action give$ toonderft
poer to cural diss eaOe
Why Are We iCk ?
Becauw we allow thesegreatorgan;to -
clogged ortorpid, and onou ht
more .ttseeefore forced MAtO &U 6
shoat hould beepelled naturally.
Bi loessPte Cospatlon. Kidanl
ilnta andC lleaes, Weak
nesses and Nervous Disorder..
61causing jrme action of thee organ*
toring their oer to throw of Meae
W hy offer][41ens alus and ache.!
Why f rghtened over diN orhred E dney i
Why en re nervous or sick headache.!
Wby have sleeples nighta I
UOe KIDNEY WORT and rjoos In
health. 1 is a dry,vegetable compound and
One paekage wl make six *toof hiedleine.
GetU of Vour Druggist, he till order i
o r y, Price $1.00
WILL5, 110ARDON A 66., FrPstsdffi
S(WiliBond pod rwd.) Burarugien V6.
Battle Creek, Michigan,
IANPAOTUBEB8 OF THU. OmnY GENUINS
-T HRESH ERS,
Traotton and Plain Engines
Meet~oem Threeher Faetor, Etab iuhee
fofin ec ""''"1sa"K*ueaeg ih.
o r Se no ont anrro tofnirse
elTractlewo o o rmiiea li u
eie sc han h e rca m ark ncem
A rcalda sotfr Adclfare ad ~pc~et
"For os fBRGN IST.frm S tol "er
enf ca or .) dc L e
7,aOOeOste's O rn tre Vol Izstarea.. $2.50
nantly'n Lantro 00ioitios. $2.i0.
com ple $o.) r ofy ouren mahiyer.tl*z
Itrngese sixa w~a~e ~an lrdenok w heveud
some nw and Tigh.l ut, aod Ornvitt
W1 i be g a t e h le r on a inact..n
fro culars set r A~copstai~sa ~e
JOMSR'SBatWehd fCrek Mhans
Or($G1.0 $210.) IlByN.. l N PO. "'. be bespbook
ingaho World" (fors it 5oc), By Pthers.m
mination,' bsowedyan olthsusarc..$tle.up
o inorok b)fy Iten Iatie lr. loee
Zhatmay ehs gisa hisnews, tre p a ti, n
Inths si 'ei made ok w il ot o t
800m0 of0 comi lsigt. ;it nin; ad ristso
thoseola 1 thins the veryoramsict, erygod
frm ic to~t vry.cmoo f"tepol'
LIVERo ToN krc 00.,le Bto en.
($.0)B . . DfINON. ' e CO . bo
OnI2rrwrb8 kb he tt sate t hohe verA
ca adye bo etan d ex10055o nexpa
'il. 1503D( hrnYghlx ' Diesmnta.
BE. E31AT BLOOD PURIFIER,
8OIT"FUATOO Op YIIF A TI10 UN 4'
gle asted in The Lug
or 306so 4lesh o Neh,5
0RRUPTING.TR OJ AND VITIATING
Chronte Rheumattla Ocrofula Glandular
41we 11401 Dr,!0k CnrOua Affe.
tilon, hi1 t Be I o the
Lun p psta. Wa r, rah, Tio o10reux,
WEI~wetos, utors .looeSkin ad Hip
"' easos M*arurl' Dissaes, PoFma c."2
lanGts**eout, Drop y, Sat aheum,. Bronchitis.
Not Only does the Han Resolvent
o n00sti al and ueo
but it i the only iWo cure or
KIDEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
Lrinary and Womb Disases, Gravel Di aete
Dropsy StoppaBe of Wate Inoonlnoeo
U I0e, right a Lsea e,Albuininuria, d in an
%bss lo there .are briek-dust 4e~ie 1 o
the water is thick. cloudy, mixed with sub
Atanoeb like the white of anemg or threads it t
White silk, or there is a morbid, dark, i on.
a pearanc ad white bona-dut depOsits, and
WOT1hareIn a pricking, burning sensatio
when passing water, and pain. In Mile small of1
the baok and along the loins. Sold by
tlfta. PRIOR ONX DOLrLAR#
OVAP& TMOR OFTxN YEARS' ROWT
OURi MY DR. ItADWAX'S R&MEDIES.
eo tptle contains more ot'the nctive prI I.
re maeilnes than ainy other IPro.a2,01
r3:2e In Teaspoonful dones, while ohers e
va irEve or sixk times as much.
OURES AND PREVENTS
' CHOLERA MORBUS,
- FEVER AND AGURJ
14 FLU ENZA, DI?'*THERIA,
Looeness,,Diarrhcei Cholora Morbus, or pain.
fudaaro from the b nila are Stopped In
1o minutes by taking adway's i eadY Re
Oft. 1o congton or inflamlmation, no weak.
nose or situd i follow tse u Of the R. R.
IT WAS THE FIRST AND 18
The Only Pain Remedy
Chat Instentiy stops the most exoruclatipg
In OIJ erfammations, and cures congs.4
o,01 fehr of the Lungs, Stomachi i~oweia
or other glands or organs, by ono applicatior
In from one to twenty nminutes, no mat
er how vidl oor dexeru atIn the pain the
111eumattc. Bed-ridden, Inflrm, Cripled. Nory
uBe Neuraigo or p10trated withldseage May
t% orRAD vAY' READY RELIEF' will afford
Inflamnation of the Ridre y,
Inua aninaton or tvie Bladder,
Inflammation of ths Bowes.
Contgstion of the Lungsi.
lor Throat, Uiffle'-l Breathu.
Muepitatioll of the Moore.
Rysteries, Cronp, Dightheriae
ead.eh.. Toothache -
Neuralia, hensmatisin *
Cold Chills, Awue Chills,
Chilblains and Front Bites.
The application of the Ready itellef to the part
Orfpart where the painor (iflculty exists will
Thty to ixty dros ines halt tumbler of
Sprains. Sour 8lomiaoh, Heartburn, Sick HEad'.
chane Dfianck Iyone Coicthan rh .
Band yor Bitters as a stiflhulnart, Price Fiftty
Radway's Regulating Pills.
Eurfeet Purg.Mves, Boathing Apertents.
AesWthu Pain, lways Ililable
A YEGET&BLU BSTITUTE FOR CALOXEL.
9weLn pugeueglae , oleMN
,Nervohs Diseases Headaoe,oonsti en,
mess. er 1hfiammatlon ofhewlsPi,
all derangements of the Internal Vi~era,
te, eon n n h o, Niera
rom Disases ofthe D st Orans:ontl
ption, Inwd Piles, ~Fllna of the Blod in
head, Acidt of the toach, Nausea, Hearta
athe5im a Sur Riutations, 81nkio Flut
ins when in'-g posture. Dimness c
18103 ots er Welt Before the 8g1 t Fever and
H e t , B l l t n g i n t h e l l e nP
A few doses of RAnwA'Es Prusa win free the
system from all the above-namled disorders.
Frica, 35 eats per 3en.
We repeat that ls reder must consult eur
tecre, among which may nameda
~alns and True,"
Ral wa e n Seroftls,
and ethers relating to different elases of Dia,
bOI.D NY DRUgggrT
READ "VALE AND TRUE."
bead a letter stamp to EADWAY * 00.
e-,2 W--r., iO. hch.....,e
Wetrmation worth thousands will be seat
TO THE PUBLIO,
There can be no better lrntee of the yalue
of Dht RAWway'b old e8 a ed Rt. R, IR. Rma.
u~s than the bass an~ rithless Imitations of
and~ r. retin Rsdielta Relif
Th is h b d dl e e andro
a i e an h o ase oms emta