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ShADE Tics IN PAsTURNs.--Whatever
diff. r.-nce of opinion there may be among H
farmers as to the propriety of having shade. r
trees in pasture fields as a resort for cattle a
in very warm weather, ro one can deny I
that the advantage they are to animali in a
the midst of the heated term, beyond the t
damage the tree may do the land, is very I
considerable. But it nust be understood 4
that some trees do more damage to the <
ground than others, and these are well I
known to most farmers, who* will exeicise
their own judgment when selecting them.
The cherry is confessedly one 9f those, t
which, while it hurts the land scarcely any, 1
is as fine a tree for shade as any in the I
catalogue, and besides affords a profit in i
fruit, Where will be found a more beauti- <
ful shade Iree than tlie Black Eagle,.Elton t
or Downy's late cherry ? They are hardy I
and good bearers. Then again there is the j
yellow locust, which is one of our beautiful t
trees, though not'generally so dense in its I
folig, as the cherry; which does no per- 0
ceptible injury to the land, and the wood (
of which is valuable like the cherry,. when i
there may be occasion to remove then. r
These facts show that there is no good rea- 1
son why the cattle should be deprived of N
this great protection against Summer heat L
on the ground of damage to the land, which t
is so serlously done by the oak, the walnut, s
the bench, and soei others. I
RlAisiNO DUCK.-Ducks are as easily 0
kept add as profitably raised for market as '
fowls, when there is a good run for them. il
The eggs are best hatched by hens, as then 0
the ducks continue to lay until eighty or 9
more eggs are produced by each. The y
young ducks need no brooding. If a dry 1
and warm nest is made in a box, they may a
be taken from the hen when a week old. v
A pen made of lour boards, twelve inches tl
wide, set upon the grass or sand, will con- t
fine them until they are fully feathered, g
when they may have the run of a brook y
and a marsh or a meadow. The food a
should be at first bread crumbs and corn- c
meal given in a shallow pan of water, and 01
some line gravel should be supplied. By al
liberal feeding with oat-meal and corn-meal ai
mush they may be fattened for market at %
three or four months, and Will weigh six vi
pounds. The flouen Is the best variety; '01
the Pekin is a monstrous eater and not very if
profitable; the Aylesbury, a white duck, 8<
is an excellent variety. 1C
Fnirri.izsit FoR PoTATOEs.-The use of
barnvard manure, either fresh or rotted, Is
not advisable for potatoes, because of its A
effects in encouraging the presence of a
worms and grubs, which are bred from g'
eggs of insects (flies, Leetles, and noths) I
laid in the manure, and wire worns (which 01
are not insects) as well. These cause the a
so-called scabs in the potatoes, which is bi
really the destruction of the skin of the cI
tubers by these pests. - When artificial t,
manures are used these pests do not abound, a
being driven off by the pungent odors of
the fertilizers and the acids contained in a
them. The special potato fei tilizers are 0
niow extensively used, and produce not I
only an abundant yield, but tubers of the a
best quality and very smooth appearance. C
From 300 to 500 pounds per acre is the
usual quantity, costing from $7.60 to
$12.90 per acre. u
CHAnCoAL FOR FowS.s.-''-herc is one
thing which nature does not supply and
which civilization renders quite necessary
to fowls. It is charcoal. Charcoal madeV
of wood does not answer the purpose. It 8
has no taste of food, it is not attractive to 11
fowls, and is seldom eaten. But if any
one wvill put anm car of ripe corn into the
lire until the graiins are well charred, andl
then shell off thme corn and throw it to thei
flock, lie will see ani eagerness dlevelop~ed
and a healthy constitution brought about ,
which will make a dlecidled iprovemuent. b
All pale combs will become a bright red,
the bu.sy song which succeeds laying will f
be heard, anu the average yieldi of eggs
will be greatly* increased.u
EAiut.v Cucun inns. -Cucumblers require hi
a rich soil and good cultivation. A cold ri1
franme is always preferable to a hot bud for ta
early cucuinbers. After the other plants at
are takeni out the cucumnbers can occupy of
the ground. it is a miistake to pltat in
raisedl hills, which allow the wvater to rnn
off, thus leaving the plants dry. p
IN propagating, hioneysuckle cuttings < f or
wood, wihien nearly ripe, will strike if im- ti
sertedi in a simdly border in the autumn, and a:
duly watered. Perhaps time most -success- ju:
l mode of propagating is by lay.vrs pegged 8S
in miost, soil in time aututn'm, when the til
leaves conunenice falling-.
Too nmuch hay ao'l too little grain is a 9
commnon mistake in feeding working horses. l
Tw'~elve qlua~rte of good heavy oats antd k<
twelve pozu1ut of hay is a good daily ration
for a work~ig horse.
On the way to Terre llaute, a traveler, s1
with the air tand appearance of a man who h
knew it till, approached the fat passenger, y
and said, in the shocked tones of a mnm of ti
lIne feelings :k.
"W~asn't it dlreadlful ?''
"I shomld say it was," the fat passenger ia
"'Did you hear about~ it?"' the traveler
continued imore impressive than ever.
"'I saw it,'' the fat passenger repmlied, al
even imore ipressi vely- tl
There was an awkwardl silence of several i
minutes between thiemi, and the traveler ri
went back to his seat withI a discoutraged ex- II
presslon). Presently lie came forward tand si
approached the tall, thin passenger. 1
"'Sir," he samid, "'did you know they t
were taking up a collect on for his faum- aj
"'I shiould paunse to hesitate,'' said the
tall, thin passenger. "I1 headed the list h
with a $10 iiote myself."
Tlhe smart traveler's couintenance drop. V
ped, but lie sp)oke still hopefully :
''Alt, you heatd of the sad circumstance, 81
"'Ieardi of it,", exclaimed, the tall, thi tl
passenger. "I was mixed up in It all the
Tlhe sumart traveler sighed and once more
resumuedl lia seat. Ills face brightened b
up alter awhile, and hte came to the front
once inure, laying his ha~nd softly on the I
arii of thme sad passengt r.
-"Sir," lie saidl, "did( you know thme train e
rim over a man at the last station I'"
"'le was my only. brother," stid the sad
passenger in a bashful manner. And then Ite
bont his he~ad forward and coveredl his face
with his hand.
The smart traveler looked really distress-t
ed. But Ihe rallied by-and-by, anid in a last
determined effort he ap~proache'd the man
on the woodl box. Asuming ani expres
sion of the most intense horror, lie said:
"Phtifuh heavens I I am faint with fear
and horror yet 1 1)1d you know the train
struck a man -on that bridge and~ tore hin
to pieces ?'
The man en the wood box leaned for
ward, shaded his mouth with his ha'nd,and
aaid, in a thrilling whisper, that went his
sing down the car'.
"8h I Dont give it away, but I am the
man I" it seemedh to be about time to closee
.Fiturra.which we are accustoined to as
oeiate with the breakfast-table or deaiert
nay acceptably take on this unfamiliar
spect. Oranges tbinly sliced and freed
roi seeds-dressed with lemon-juice and
alad-oil, one-fourth of 'lemon-juici to
bree-fourths of oil, with a dust of cayenne
epper-combine novelty with merit;
specially. is orange salad excellent with
old game or cold roast pork. Lemon
ialad Is similarly prepared, with the ad
litton of lettuce, carefully washed and
Irled, and somne sprigs of fresh mint or
arragon. Upon the washing of green
regetables for salads much of their excel
ence depends; they should be shaken
bout, without bieaking, in a large pan of
:old water, well salted, since the action of
he salt will destroy all the minute inhabi
auts of their fresh green coverts, and,
mnce dead, from slicer force of gravity
hey will fall to the bottom of the water.
When the salad plants are free from sand
v.id insects they should be shaken, with
>ut breaking their leaves, In- a colander, a
vire basket, or large dry napkin until no
noisture adheres to them ; then they may
e used at once or kept until wanted in a
'cry cold, dark place. Another admirable
,reakfast salad is that made from musk
aclon ; it is delicious with broiled trout or
almon.- The melon is to be cooled, cut in
ts own divisions, dusted with cayenne
epper and salt, and dressed with one-fourth
f lemon-juice to three-fourths of olive oil.
his delicious dish is given a little before
'a season, but do not forget it; neither let
blivion overwhelm the fact that from
ooseberries, as the season advances, the
ariation in salads way be continued; use
Lie barberries with lettuce, sliced cu
imbers, or early celery, dust them lightly
rith cayenne, and.dress them with mix
ire of oil and lemofi-julce already men
toned. Gooseberries of full size, but still
reen, mixed with sliced cucumbers or
oung onions, and dressed with oil, cayenne
ad a very little lemon-juice or. vinegar,
inbine nicely with broiled mackerel,
ther salt or fresh. More seasonable is
)ple salad, made by slicing tart apples
id small new onions, and dressing them
ith.oll, vinegar, or lemon juice, and a
ory little cayenne pepper. These little
ions have gustatory charms enough,even
not combined with cucumbers in the
asonable Spring mornibg salad; use on
na well and plentifully, not for yoir
lends' enke but for your own.
Tu NUTRITIVE VALUE OF APPLEs.
Ititough the apple is a prime favorite
nong our native fruits, It is generally re
irded 4s a table luxury ralier than as an
aportant article of food. In many purts
' Europc, especially in Brittany,Germany,
d in Cornwall, England, it forms, with
read, the chief diet of the agricultural
asses. Besides furnishing absolute nu
'iment to the system, Its mineral salts
id acids exercise refrigerant and tobic
Tects, and it is an invaluable laxative. in
:Iditiou to these excellent qualities, it is
ir cheapest and most abundant fruit,and
1where does it grow in such profusion
id perfection as in the Mliddle and East
rn States, and over the Canadian border.
As every particle of food must be acted
[pon by the gastric juice, or some of it
ill be troublesome afterward, it stands to
.ason that the finer food is cut, chewed,
tasticated, the' more easily and perfectly
ill it dissolve or be digested. Meats,
-getables, any food masticated as flue as
nall shot, will certainly be digested far
ore easily and very much sooner than
it goes down in luinips as large as buck
ot, or chestnuts, or walnuts. Masticate
ec food tIne i the mouth, and mix It well
icre with saliva.
Am.i. heat or wvarmth in the body comes
em food oxidized, slowly burned in the
)dy, just as much aind in about the same
ay that heat in the stove or furnace comes
omi fuel oxidized or burned there.
Enrmthi is always escaping from the body
aless it is in an atmosphere nearly up to
)0 dleg. of heat. Warm clothiing, warmi
>uisee, stalls, sheds, that prevent the
spid escape of heat save the necessity of
xing the stomach to digest, an excessive
nount of food (fuel) to keel) tup the heat
'the body, human or brute.
(Ixoxi B~ER.--Of white sugar take five
munds, of lemon juice a gill, of honey a
iarter of a pound, of bruised ginger flve
mces, water four giallons and a half. Blod
ec ginger in three quarts of water for half
hour ; and thlen add the sugar, lemon
ice, honey. and the rest of the water.
rain the whole through a cloth. When
c mixture is cold, add a quarter of the
hite of an egg, andl a small teasp~oonful of
isence of lemon. Let, it standl for four
mys, and then boil it. (linger beer mnadet
this manner, and tightly corked, will
sep) six monithis.
WVmr Ci.orHEs.-ilandlc a wet lint as
htly as possible. Wipe it as dry as you
m with a silk handkerchief ; and when
early dry, use a soft brush. If the fur
iotuld stick together in any part,damnp( n it
ghtly with a sponge (lipped in beer or
inegar1 andl theni brush It till dry. Put
ec stick or stretcher Into a damp lint, to
CCep it in proper shazpe. When a coat gets
ret, wipe it (downl the way of the nap
ithi a sponge or silk hiandIkcrchief. Do
at put wet boots or shoes near the fdre.
Si A ii unixO. -Stammering Is caused by
teimpts to speak with lungs. In singing,
ec lungs arc kept well Inflated, and there
no stuttering. Th'le method of cure Is to
~quiire the patient to keel) his lungs well
lied--to draw treqhuent long breaths, to
peak louid, and to piuso On the instant, of
ndling embarrassment in their speech,
iking a long iinspiration before they go on
IEMoN ('A a .-Beat to a cream one cuip of
utter andl three cuips of powdered sugar.
.dd the yolks of fIve eggs, previously
rol. beaten, t he juice and gratedl rind of
ne lemon; and a cup of milk with a tea
oinful of saleratus (or baking p~owder)
Issolved in it. Thlen add the whites of
'mc eggs beaten to a stilt fioth ; sift in
ur cup~s of flour and bake.
WVuuN water has onice beenm madIe to
oil, the lire may be muchi lessened, as btt
ttle heat is required to keep it at boiling
oint. There Is no advaintage whatever in'
laking water boil furiously; the heat will
scape in steam, withiotit raising the heat
1 the water.
T1o fix pencil marks so that they wIll not
uib cut , take well skImmed milk and di
ute with an equal bulk of water. Wash
lie pencil marks (whether writing or
Irawing) with the liquid, using a soft, Ilat
aimel's-hair brtish, and avoiing all rub
lng. Place It upon a fiat board to dIry.
Sii.K neckties can be washed in rain
water, to one pint of which add a tea
poonful of white honey andi 01ne of harts
orn.' D~o not squeeze, bitt let themi drip,
,nid when nearly dIry, press between folds
il'iti slik with a piece of cotton velvet
olled up tight. For washing, pour a ph t
f boling water on a tablespoonful of al
ohol. Let it stand till tepid, a::d sponge
lie goods with it.
WIT 'AND HUMOfR.
PtJrL'o Sri.-r.. ipIth: "What
have you gelitlenien been 'plotting down
stairs, that you look so guilty?" Mr.
Smith: ,"Plotting, my love ! ooh I Th.e
fact is, we've been having 1 serious chht
about the disgriceful-yes- disgrafaiul
way.foreigr hotels, arc-er--drainod, dd
all that; and (in the interest of our fami
lies and other Englisi familiqs who go
abroad in the autumn), Jones, Brown,
Robinson, and-er- .1, have elected our
selves into a kind of sanitary inspection
committee, and have settled to pop over
just for a week or two, you know, and re
port upon some of t1,e hotels at the best
known French watering places, inclliding
-or--Paris. Rather a risky thing to do,
of course; but we -or-look upon It-in the
light of a duty ,"
DCUOGIST.-"Doctor,you must prescribe
more calomel and less bitters. I'm all
out of the latter and have an- immense
stock of calomel on hand, and must work
it off this month, or take a heavy -loss."
Physiciau-"Tiell you the truth. I begin to
think that calomel is much superior to
bitters." (Both wink) loth smile, and
both walk briskly off, like men vho have
done a good deed. ' In unity there is
Mit. Pnis4 went fishing, and on his re
turn told sonic terrific lies about what he
caught. Said sharp to him, "What do you
want to tell'such yarns as that for? Tell
something possible, if not probable. Don't
you know that everybody saw that you
were lying ?" "Yes," answered Prim.
Then, what the blazes did you do it for ?"
"Why, I wanted them to know I was ly
ing. I didn't want them to think .I was
%-heir Stateuents Inddrsed.
A strong statement unqualifiedly in
dorsed must induce confidence. In this
connection we note the following from Dr.
Louis Bock & Son, Sheboygan, Wis.: We
have been handling 8t. Jacob's Oil and are
pleased with the large demand. Hardly a
day goes by without hearing from some
one or anobher of our patrons having used
it with entire satisfaction, saying it is the
best thing they ever tried, and we join
them in so savig.
"Now, then, madam. please look stead
ily at this place on the wall," said a photo
grapher to an old lady, when lie had put
her in a position and the plate in the cam
era. The old lady looked hard at the spot
indicated, thon got up and walked across
the floor and minutely inspected it, and
then, turning to the photographer, gently
reniatked. "I don't see anything there."
"Is the weather on Mt. Washington any
better or more certain than it used to be V"
imnqire( Pingrey of a friend who spends
his summers at the White Mountains.
"Well, I don't know that it is," said his
friend; "why do you ask ?" "I heard
that since they built the railioad,- the
tourists had a different climb it. That's
all," added Pingrey, as lie cut his name in
big letters on the office furniture.
A inoy from the country was going along
Fourth street the other day, and as he pass
ed a fruit store a bunch of bana'nas hang
ing out in fiont caught his eye. They
were the first lie had ever seen, and'grab
bing his mother by the dress. he sung out,
"ILordeed, main, look there , did you ever
see cucumbers growin' on a stick before ?"
The fruit store man tumbled at once and
gave the ladi a cucumber to sample.
Mr. M. F. Morse, -Westboro', Mass.,
mentions to us the gratifying information,
that St. Jacob's Oil relieved him of a very
severe attack of Sciatic Rheumatism and is
an excellent thing
"SA Y, boy, say," exclamied a hot-look
ing man with a valise. ''what is the
quickest way to -get to the cars ?" "Run,"
yell time boy ; and the hot-looking man
was so pleased with the information that if
be couIld have got near eiiough to the boy
he would have given hita something
something that he wvould have remembered.
Foo-r was talking away one evening at
the dinner-table of a man of rank, when,
at the point of one of his best stories, one
of the party interrupted him -suddenly,
with an air of most considerate apology ;
"I beg your pardon, Mr. Foote, but your
hiandikerchiief is h'alf out of your p~cket."
''Thank you, sir," said Foote, replacing
It ; "you know the company better thain I
dho," andl finished his joe."
"'I EJAN' hold this baby any longer,"
called out the young husband and father,
"it's getting too hieavy.'t "Pshaw, Ed
wardl," replied ai muffled voice from thie
other room. "You used to hold me for
hours and never complain, and the baby
is but a feather compared-'to what 1 was."
"1 was a fool," said Edward. And she
was too sleepy to dispute wlth him.
A LRC'iITR ER recently -invited the. street
gamibns of Cleveland to come and hear thme
story of the Prodigal Son. in that part of
the story where the father exclaims,
"This, amy son, was dead and is alive
again," the speaker asked, "Was his son
really dieadi ?" One of thie ucrhinus replied,
"Not by a ill site-e-nly dead broke."
The Oreatest liensing''
A simple, pure, harmless remedy, that
cures every time, amnd prevents disenge by
keeping the blood pure, stomach regular,
kidneys and liver active, is the greatest
bleesing ever conferred upon man, Ilop
Bitters is that remediy, aiid its proprietors
are being blessed by thousands who lhave
been savedi and cured by it. Will you try
"MY wife," remarks one beinedict to
aniothier, "lias just the lovlest head of hair
you ever saw. Wheni she lets it dlown it,
reaches in a mass of ringlets below her
waist." "That's nothing, ''replies the
other." "Wh~len my wife lets hers dlowni
it falls to time floor!I"
"TrumE dog ?" said Junior Alley, inm re
sponse to a remark about his looks. "Yes,
lie is not in very good condlition. ie lost
over two pounds of flesh this morninig in
as umany minutee." "Hlow was that ?"
"Oh, it was a piece of, liver. . Another dog
got it away from hiii."
"Eu, James," said a stroing-mninded wife
to her submiussive husband, "what is the
dilffe'rence between exportedi amid trans
p~ortedh?" '"Why, my dear," lie replied,
"'if you shiouhld go to Europ~e, you would
be exportedl, ar~d I --well, I aLould be tranis
THERRmum is buit one real cuure for bididness
-CAtum'.iNR, il deodoriZed extract of pe
troleum, a nautuiral llair Restorer. As re
cently improved,- UIUsoI~ixa is free frtom
any objection. 'The best hair dressing
"Givx us an artielp on (logs," ,writes
correspondlent ont ,hogs, who is anc nthusi.
qst, regarding the cenine race. A dog eel.
lar Is an article on (loge ; so ' ae fleas ;
which will you have ?
Prostried From Weakness
BALTiMORs, bid., June 6, 1879.
3fin. STEVENS4Dear Sir: I can testify to the
d effects of ur medicine. For several years
Was 5Iceted with a severe cough and weakness,
and Wil ,bkfectly prostrated; but. after taking
three botl es of our Vegetine, made from thei
l'owder, I was pnilrely relieved.
Very respectfully, hirs.'Af. E. STREET,
51 Gilmore Street
SKIN DISEASE CUREDs
BALTIMOIN, id., June, 4, 1879.
Dear Sir: About six months ago I found my face
and body covered with pimples. Vegetine was
strongly recon)mended to me by a friend, and I
procured some at a neighboring drug tore. After
using two bottles I must say I was enllrelycured
and I can cleerfully recommend it as a Bloot1
M. LOWENSTEIN, 103 S. CarolineSt,
I A.M[ CURl EL)!
ST. Louis, Mo March 8, 1879.
I1i0 Warren Street.
I have been suffering from .Chronic Ulcerations
of.the leg for the last five yeals. About three
months.ago I was rocoinliended to use Vegetine,
and since using It, I am cured. I am never with
out Vegeflie in the house. JH ANI
Mr. Wagner Is one of our old German citizens
of St. Louis, and I have sold hit.Vegline.
To Purify Blood.
BALTIMons, Md., May 5, 1879.
MR. STEVENS-Sir: I hasve used your Vegetine,
and believe it is'the best nedicine out for driving
aw all impurities of the blood, removing bolls,
pImples and all other eruptions of the skin. I can
recommend it to all ny friends as a good thing to
purify the blood. Yours respectfully,
Old Town Hotel.
Vegetine is Sold.by all Druggists,
IRS. LYDIA E. PNKRAM. OF LYN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cure
for all those Painul Comnplaints and Wekn'esses
soceommon toourbest female population.
It will cure entirely the worst form pf Female Con.
plailta, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcera
tion Failing and Displacenents, and the conseuent
Spinal Weakness, and Is particulArly adapted to the
Change of Life.
It will dissolve qnd expel tumors from the uteras In
an early stage of development. The tendency to can
cerous humorithereis checked veryspeedilyby its use.
It removes faintness, fiatulency, destroysall era-ving
for athunulants, and relIeves weakness of the stomach.
It ceres Bloating, Headlaches, Nervous Prostration,
Oenoral Doblity, Sleeplessness, Depression and IndIi
That 'feeling of bxearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by its use.
It will at all thnes andjanhder all circumstances ac. i~n
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex tis
Compound is uusurpassed.
LYDIA E. .PINRHIAM'e VEGETAIBLE COMl
POUND I. prepared at 233 and 235 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Prica $. Six bottlesfor f,5. Sent by mail
in the fonn of p11*5, also In the form of lozenges, on
seceipt of price. i-per box for either. Mrs. Pinkhiam
freely answors all lotters of Inquiry. Send for pamiph
lot, Address as above. Mention this Thyer.
No family should be without LYDIA E. PINEIIAM'S
I~VER PILLA they cure constipation, biliousness,
and torpidity of the liver. 2s cents per box.
Ka*r Sold by all pruggitt. %%
The raveer wo Wsely Prov-ie
casio Tocra lat o isel onh is est
wvhen lie sees others who have neglected to do
so Sulffering from some one. or the maladies for
which it, is a remedy" and proventa vo. A mong
these are fever and agile, bl'liousness, Constipa
tion and rheurnatIsm, diseases of Len at te-ndant
upon a change of ellmate or unwonted difet.
For sale by all druggsts and diealersi genbrally.
of luli'inssan n man of et
ened by te str'ain of tiolling vern.
atimulj1 tan as tor brmin nervo ad
die t o reyoungnlserin from any ,n
pr health or langurish Ing on a bdofsik
ness, rely on H(op Bitters.
y~hnryou !eo nuiy tr o wne
need cle usni ,ton rnf d
whouiimaoxto isg bys. timey uof
Bitters. . Ho lttei*
flit an c an absolte
led, od I bo u r o
Hop Biter Ki narcotics.
rnIntltry NEVER 7ila
life. r has Ir'PL a rco.,
saved -hun' Seebesier, ii. y,
dreds. . & T,.na.,,
New Editiont of WEBSTER, has.
118,000 Wpwdu, 3000 Engraving.,
4800 NEW WORDS and Meanings,
of ove 9'700 Names.
Publishediby O.4 0, MER RIAM,SBpringflid, Mass.
Th answertng a Adetse n wat
cofrubs w.atra the Advertsand the
eMow are You, Ky Old Friend 1.
Asked a bright lboking man. " Oh! 1 feel
miserable; i'm bdl ous, and can't eat, and my
book.is so Iase I can't work." "Why In the
world don't you take Kidnoy-Wort? 'That's
whaf'tske when L'm out of soite- and it al
ways keeps me In perfect tune. My doctor
reomimendsat for all such troubles." Kid
ney-Wok'is'the sure cute for billousness and
constipation. t on't fail to try it.- LoNo
"HAVE you tried the blue-glass remedy
yet P asked Smith of Jones. "No, "Said
Jones; "that is, only Indirectly. My
milkman, judging from the color of his
milk, is trying It on his cows, and so in
directly on me."
Given up by Doctors.
"Is it possible that A1r. Godfrey Is up
and at work, .and cured by so simple a
"I assure you it Is true that he is entire
ly cured, and with nothing 'but.Hop Bit.
ters; and only ten days ago his doctors
gave him up and said he must dieI"
"Well a-day I That is remarkable I I
will go this day and get some for my poor
George-1 know hops are good."
IT Is enough to bring tears tQ the eyes of
a potato to see a Burlington man, on 'lodge
night;' brace himself up against the office
door and try to open a postal card to see
what Is in It and who it's from.
REMEMBn I-z.;The only perfect proprie
tary mealcine as a "Blood Searcher" is
that bearing the name of "Dr Lind
sey," and which may be had from drug
CI.Ass in history: Teacher -"Who
was the hero of Cowpens 1" An awful
silence follows, which is at last broken by
he little snub-nosed boy in the back row,
who cries in a piping voice. "Sitting
MYSTERY SoLvD.-The great secret of
the wonderful success of VEGETINE. It
strikes at the root of disease by purifying
the blood, restorirg the liver and kidneys
to healthy action, nvigorating the nervous
system. _ _ _ __
TiE cool-headed follow is the bald-head
3d fellow. He is modest, too, for he never
puts on hairs. He is a brilliant man too,
ror he always shows a shining front. ills
genius will live after him, for there Is no
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all female complaints, is the greatest
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kidheys, urinary and genital organs of man
and woman ever known. Send for circu
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A I.I'T*Lx boy entered a fish market the
ther day, and seeing for the first time a
)ilo of lobsters lying on the counter,look
3d intently at them for some time, when
ie exclaimed : "Them's the biggest grass
ioppers I've ever seen."
MANY ladies misinterpret their suffer
ngs. Try a box of "Sellers' Liver Pills."
3old by all druggists.
DIDACTIo PATIENT: Do you know why
am going to whip you ?" Impenitent
Lrchin: "I suppose because you are big
,er than I am."
. Froan the~ Cniase County "Leatter.
CorroNwooD, Chase Co., Kansas.
"Anakeuis" is the name of a Pilo Remedy
introduced in this section of the State upon
,he recommendation of those who have tried
Lt, by WV. WV. Jones. William hlarton says ho
~ried every remesdy recommnended, but "Ana
eosis" was the only one that efrected a pernma
Samples of -'Anakesis" are sent free to all
sufferers otu app~lication to "Anakesi" Dep~ot,
Box 8946, Now York. Also sold by druggists
sverywhore. Price $1.00 per box.
rho e wer of the Press.
In no way is the power of the press more
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that has in less than a ye-ar been diffused
throughout fifty millions of people of the
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remedy Kidnoy-Wors. And the people fromh
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intelligence and their knowledge of what is
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Why suffer Blillous palis and aches?
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Why frightened over disordered Kidneysl
Why endure nervous or sick headaches?
Use IiIDNIEY-WORTandrejoice in health.
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HEELTH of BODY is WELTHf KIND,
Pure blood makes sound dts.b strn o
and a clear skin. If you would hte oUY fesh
Arm. our bones sound without Oaries, aii' oar
comp toair, use iladway's tarsapa i
A remety comosod of Ingredients of extra.
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heai, repir and invigorato the brokeln-down and
wasted qUICK, PLEASAT, BAFE and
PBRM&NE TO its.treatment and cure.
No matter bvhat name the complaint may
be designate whether 1t be IVrofula, Von
U, Syphis U I rs, r mor n:Boiu -
11 tas disases of the
Lungs. KIneys, Bladder,Momb, Skin, Liver,
Stomach or Bowels, either chrontc or oonstitu.
tional, the virus of the disease Is In the BLOOD
which supplies the waste, hand builds and re.
I atrs these organs and waited tissues of the
ystem. It the blood is unhealthy, the process
of repair must be unsound.
Tme Sa-rsaparilliftn Resolvent not only
is a compensatlag remedy -but secures the har
moaious action of each of the organs. It estab.
11shes throughout the entire system functional
harmony, and supplies the biood-vessels with a
pure and heal hy current of new life. The skin,
after a few days use of the Barsaparillian, ba
comes clear and beautiful. Pimpies, Blotches,
Black Spots and Sknl Erupt'ons are removed;
Sores and Ulcers soon cured. 'Persons ws.1fering
from Scrofula, Eruptive - Diseases of the Eyes.
Mouth, Ears Le Throat and Glands, that
have accumulatoPn0 spread, either from un.
cured diseases or mercury, or frOm the use of
Corrosive Sublimate, may rely upon a cure it
the Barsaparillian Is continued a suffiient time
to make its Impression on the fystem.
One bottle contains more of the active prinot
p medicines than any other Dreparation.
Takenin Teaspoonful Dome, while others re.
S ive or six times as much. One Dollar
Only requires minute. not hours to re
lieve pain and cure acute disease.
In from one to twenty minutes, never falls to
relieve PAIN with one thorough application;
no matter how violent or excruciating the pain
the Rheumatic Bed-ridden, Infirm. Ori pled.
Nervous Nouralgle or prostrated with disease
man suffer, HADWAY'8 READY RELIEF will
afford instant ease.
EIhammatton of the KI ineys, IN na an
tion of iao ladder, n amannat n oftb.
. 1o'w i, Congestion of the ]Lung more
Thiroat, Difli11cult Breating, Pat Itto
of the Heart, iysaterie. Cron 0 limh.
timeria, Catarrhi, Influenza. 11lenane.
Toothah, Neurai.a. A a heauatis.n
Cold Chills. Ague anills. Chllins. and!
Fraont Alies. 111ruisos, Summer Veam
plaluts, Nervousness, Mioeplessns,
"Ugh. VOANprains, &Iain B te
Chest. Palick or L innbs are Instantly to.
FEVER and AGUE cured for 50 cents. There
is not a remedntl agent in this world that will
cure Fever and Ague, and other Malarlous, Bill.
ou', bonrnet. Typliold. Yellow and other fevers
(aided by Radway's Pills) so quickly as RAD
WAY'S READY tRLIEP.
It will in a few moments, when taken accord
ing to directions, cure Cramps, Spasmls, Sour
Stomach, Heartourn Sick leadache, Diarrhaa
Dysentery, Colic, %% Ind in the Bowels, and all
Travelers should always carry a bottle of Had.
way's Ready Relief with them. A few drops in
wa- er will prevent sickness or pains from
change of water. It is better than French
brandy or bitters as a stimulant.
Miners and Lumbermen should always be
provided with It.
All remedial agents capable of destroying life
by an overd~ose should be avoided. Morphine.
opium, strvchnine, arnica, hyosolamus, and
ether poweri ul remedies, does at certain timeq,
in very small doses, rlileve the patient durng
their acion In the system. But perhaps the
second dose, if repeated, may aggravate and In
crease the suffering, and another dose cause
death.' There Is no necessity for using these
uncertain agents w hen a positive remedy like
Itadwoy's Ready Relief will stop the meat ex
crucIating pain quicker, without entailing the
least dlinfculty in either infant or adult.
THE TRUE RELIEF.
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agent in vogue that will instantly stop pain.
Fifty Cents Per Bottle.
Perfect Purgatives, Soothing Aperi
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Reliable, and Natur~al In their
A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL.
Perfestly ta'telcss, elegantly coated with
sweet gum, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse and
RADWAY's PILS, for the cure of all Disorders
of the 8tomach. Liver, Bowels, Kidneys Bladder,
Nervous Diseases, Hunadalche, f'nstlpaion, Cos
tiveness, lnd gestion. Dyspepsl, Dhllousness,--~.
Fever, Infiamatglon of tihe Bowel Piles, and all
derangements of the Internal ~lacera. War
ranted to effect a periect cure. Purely vege
table, containing no mercury, minerals or dele
BWObserve the following symptoms resulting
from Diseases of the D)1 e.stivo Organs: Consti
pafttionl..Inwvard Piles, Fullness of the Blo 4d in
teHaAcidity of the Stomach, Nausea,
Heartburn, 1,1 -gust, of Food, Fullness or Weighlt
in the btomach, hour Eructions, Sinking or
Fluttering at the Ilear., Choking or Buffering
Sensations when inl a lying posture, Dimness of
Vialon, Dots or Webs lieFore the Sight, Fever
and Dull Pain in thd Head, Deficiency of Per
siation, Yelownesis of the akin and Eyes,
l ain In the Side. Che t, Limbs and Sudden
Flushes of Heat. Burning In the iblesh.
A few doses of RADWAY's l'umas will free the
system from aii the above-named Disorders.
Price, 25 Cents Per Box.
We repeat that the reader must consult our
books and pnpers on the subject of dIseases and
theIr cure, among tihich may be named :
"Fale and True,"
"fRad way on Irritable Urethra,"
"Radiway on Scrofuia,"
an others relating to different classes or Dis.
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READ. "F'ALSE AND TRUE."
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