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Tun Tnvz WAY TO BRaAK A COLT.
Losing one's temper in so important a
work is very hurtful. If you think it will
not matter, that it will be forgotten; you
are sadly mistaken; it wiil not be forgotten .
but will constantly act as a reminder of
the trustworthiness of the man. Begin
varly with your colt, anti never contradict '
yourself to him, and he will think it is all
right, that he has to do what you require
of him, -What you do in this way of
teachlug or breakinr, do it gmdually
mildly, of course-and with contidence;
this will Inspireconhdencein return. Thus
get hunused to the harness, saddle, etc.,
by degrees, first, by a part of the harness
and so on. By and by, he will have reach
ed the full attainment, and he will hardly
know how, only that he is to abide by it,
it will be seen as a matter of couree. But
if a vluious fit take hint while training,
you must hold him as with a vise, and let
him know that resistance is entirely use
less. Flinch once and he will want you to
flinch again, and he will endeavor, and
harder than before, to have it so, but if he
have no excuse, the way will soon be clear
Make your colt what you want of him
as a horse. le is an instrument, and you
are to fashion him as you want him. If
for farm work, you do not want him for a
trotter; if for a trotter, not for a racer. If
you want hin for heavy farm work alone,
he must be treated somewhat differently
from what is necessary for a mete roadster
and vice versa. For a saddle horse or a
lady's horse, you want something different
still. If he is high-tenipered you miust,
treat him differently from a horse with a
wild disposition, and so on. .'ou must
know your horse, and know what you
want-him for; then make him' such; shape
the instrument to your purpose. Begm
early, at birth Is not too early; hints and
signs have an effect-and these go through
hae. It takes lime and practice to do it.
It must be gradual, grmwing work. The
colt must grow in his training ta in his
years; it will be nature with him then,and
lie will want to do that oply; in inct, ho
knows only to do that-thil makes him
reliable. Tb man, who is a tminiane aid
intelli ent man, has made hinm so; amd lie
will treat. him with discretion, work Iim
what he can really bear,aud what Ie main.
ly loves to do. h, will, thererore, wear
at least a third longer. He will dto good
service to a ripe old age, while others,
with hard treatment, are worn out at
what should be their prime.
HIANDLiNG UORbKM -1en difger greatly
In the anourt of work they can get out of
a team of horses, anal the animals know
this as well as the drivers. Some will tret
and sweat a team when only drawing an
empty wagon, while othurs will drive the
lame horses hofore a large load and not
wet a hair, This diaference is m0oro easily
seen than described. Kindness in man
ner and tone of voieo go a great way to
ward making the load draw easily, the
owner's handling of the roms is freqiuently
tar different than that of the hired main.
We have seen teams kept poor iii llesh by
an almost incossant worry from an ill-fit.
ting harness, an inhuman jerking upon the
bits, or a frequent and injudicious use of
the whip. Boys are not exempt from those
strictures. Maany teams have had their
itsefulnem impaired by a disregard of the
feeling of the horses. It is not the well
fed horse only that doe the most work
and keeps in thae besat conditaon; lie must
also have a kind master, and be treated
wiath a just regard for eqamne sensibIlity.
keeping grapes iii the wmnter a's bocm sue
cesfsul, aind is very simple. Melect much
sorts as the Catawba, haIsaeIa, lI)iana ati
lona-Concord andia other thms skinned kinds
it is not worth while to try to keep---pmck
on a dry, clear aya, with gr'ape scissora,so
as not to handle them muich, remioving all
hupeirlect berries and those iiot fully rip
onied. I'lace in clear dry oairthoui jars; in
layers a bunch dlaep with dry straw paipur
beatwee~n the layers and fial the jari mn tis
way. Place a douible saheet of paper aver
the top) : yer and1( put on ah lid1(. Strong,
unbieachsed miuslin is pasted ont iroly over
the lid or cove',r nf _ibe jar, completely1
coverimg the opening so that no air miay
outer. When this covering has fully driedl
and~ hiardenett the jars are buried an a dry
knoll suflclently deep to bo h'oyond the
action of frosat, a state being placedt over
eh jar to iccate it accurately.
OLRx Englhsh cousmas have a kind of no
menclature in their sheep buismiess which
very easily puzzles the easual reader. A
brief explanation of somne of their termis
iiay not be out, ot place. Whean an Enig
lishinan speaks of a "bogget" lie mecans n~
wasther in his second~ year. a "'wc-hioggy"
is a young ewe thtat has niever been aiborn;
a ''gimtr" is at ewe onice Alhearddt; a 'two
shear-e we" is one in her seconad shearing
year; a "th ree-s ear-ce' is one in her
third shaearnimg year, etc.; keeping a '"rain
ning'" ewo stoick msoans thes practice 'f
butying ewe lambs to ket p up the llocek,
atnd sellhug withi all the pruadnee a "'flying''
ewe stock is one kept where the ewves are
bought. annuially andi sold( alter they have
brought a laiib. l'eople who ''talk Unait
'ad 8tatcs" aire etriagers to nearly all of
I .ANi platcr, 'ar y psam, ini auphiate of
limie. One hundred paoundhs of commiion
gypsum consists o1 401 pounud at sulphuric
acid, .33 poundis of lame, ani 21I poania of
water. it isi ground fine aid thius app~l'head
to land or crops. Whens it is hecatedl to
redness, the latter is diriven ott and the
iesidnea is eailyIi r' uicd to a verv flne
powdler said is kanowns aa the plaiter of
paris used by maanoIs. 'The' theory of the
bienetlcial action of land1( platler upon01 crops
has lonig heen, siad tll Is. a subject oif
daspute. Thiat it supplies limo and atil
phuric acid to plants to somie eaxteit is
probably truie, buit It is now generally art
mitted, we believe, that gytpsuma a chsietly
useful lby its power caf sohadifyig antd re
taining the fammnilacal gases of the carth
and air. Eor wheat and corn it lias not
proved satisfactory, but oan olover, sanuton
and hegusmin p~tslants generally3 its useinru'
effects aaro not ontilonedi.
K ~LitsrairD meal and cottoglsoed nseal are
both often menitioned in the snime connee
tion as valuable food for dairy cows, leav
ing the impression that they arc ailke In
their effects. Tlhere is qmlte a difference
between the two, ilin'eed meal is mild
and laxative 'In it. inlluoneie, and may be
fed more freely to cows in nulk, and spar
ingly before they comes ian, when their oth
er food as not rich enough. CIot'on-sueed
meal Is more heathiig 51ansulatiog, anal
should be fed cauttously to cows in mills,
and never before they colme iai. When
there is not ian act ive flow of milk, andc
also before partuirition, muhtl cotton-seed
umeal tendls to a thiickemang andl influmma
tory state of the adfder and1( leads to gar
get. It aiways requires inore cautionsi
4.............aoruh aw wihTeeth appth wrihium,
b ard and refractory metal, TIhe saw is 12
Inches In diameter end 18 to be used for;
sawimg hard woods,
Onunse Axomrr .-For these will
)o required three ounces of grated Par
uesan cheese, two ounces of butte-, two
ounces of 'sifted flour, three eggs
omitting the white of one) and a half
>int of water. Boil the water and but
er together, stir the flour gently into
his, continuing' the stirring until the
[our is cooked. This will be when it
>egins to thicken. Take the saucepan
>ff the fire, and throw a handful of the
iheese (about a third of the quantity)
>ver the paste; stir and add one egg.
ix and beat all together; then add
s much more cheese as will prevent the
nixture from being very liquid; add
nother egg, mixing and stirring as be
ore. Gradually add the rest of the
iheeso and the yolk of the third ogg.
When quite light from having been well
tirred and beaten spreau. it on a plato
;o cool. When cold it should be quite
iet. Fry in boiling fat, taking up about
ialf a teaspoonful and scoopiog it off
with another spoon to form it into shape.
[n the process of frying they swell and
gape before they are ready; they must
e sent to table very hot.
RoAST imG OF VEN1sON.-Draw the
lry skin from the meat, and wipe with
i% damp towel. Make a paste with one
quart of flour and a generous' pint of
cold water. Cover the venison with
this and put before a hot fire or into a
very hot oven. As the pasto browns
baste it with the gravy in the pan.
After an hour's cooking take off the
Ipaste, cover with butter, and dredge
thickly with flour. Bastito frequently.
If the log weighs ten pounds it will not
need to be cooked much longer. For
overy pound over cook ton minutes
longer. For the gravy skim off all the
fat from the baking pan, and put in the
pan at cupful of boiling water. Stir
from the sides and bottom and set back
where it will keep hot. Have all ready
before this a small frying pan in whicli
you have browned it tatblospoonful of
wluttor, at simal Miei o ofnion, six popper
Corna and four whole cloves. Wiou the
Omon iis browued add a heaped tons poon
ful of flour. Whein this is browned,
gradiually stir into it the gravy in the
pan11. Boil 010 m11imite. Strain and
d111 half I teap11)ooi0fid of lemon1 Ju6iCe
ond three tablespoonfuls of ourranit-jel
ly. Servo both voenison aind gravy very
hot, an11d onl hot platls. It must be
OftAP'it, ei 30n1a1s of nit41ityilg
the stiff 311( enhil atpea11ra1iuce! o toh1
en1trInco hal, is not Lad0o as 11un01h us'
of a3 it might he. Whenever it (33an ho
eiployel (,ithor as at porft ire over at
door or across an archiway, as well am
for hangiings, for the stiireise windows,
it will, if ma1lo of silitlblo ma11teirial and
larimonizing in color with the walls and
woodwork, warm an1d gh ten the hiall
and give it a mnuhol more Iom0iehike nd
IT is of the flrst importance to have
the furnituro and fittings of a hoilrooni
ilply Colstrntoted and not too l'Lvy
to ho osily removedt for houis1o cleans
ing. Tho oarpot should never novor
the wholo of tho floor, but only )e laid
down inl the contor of the% room and
fastenod 'with Carpot ma)13, so that it. can
he easily taken up and shialon. Ti
rest. of the floor may he stalitied and1( var
ishcot, and kept freqtuently rubbedtll
with beeswaIx an31( turpentino111.
QnaI0hs.-An excolloint atand for'
tenidone~y to roll- -iii a fruit d oish that
(d0l1o5 the prhiiles4 of con3Jtriifgl at.
trac'tioni. A nwi:jolina plate14 with slighit
rdr3 im '111 iimounted upon0( a wIVro Ied
inmout; round the4 pla3to rim1 ia at high
143330 of twisle ('1wire 0orn1aont, 13 himit..
moon01 cuIrvos. Tihe dish halersl~' at
wire loops place4d alt the isidest ntd afte
of kntocking oil' t ho (con0ten of1 tihe dish.
OnAN(EADE.--Sqctez the julie' from
seveni large 03 angena, pool 1three ald
311our.)1 boln water overI thle pel cover
it closely over unitil it is cold; boil wta
ter and13 sugar' toyo~thetr inl 5siien1t
qluan'tities to make0( a thmn syrup. Skimi
it carefually while boiling. When all
are cold ni~x in thle 11nimu4on, the avrupll
aliad the juice, together with as n~mhll
more walter as will make a rich driu1x;
sram3 thtroughd mslinsi, add a1 3la1ss (of
branady, anid ice~ it with haIlmps of e1lear
"I'n Mn1m~ Ecou. -Roait (on1 cup1 of
milk in a spider with~ a~ pic of biutter
a htje salit and13 white pLIpper; boat livo
eggs5, pour in, set over a1 very slow fire0,
antd keop scrain~ig irom the bottomn
with a' 81)oon 11util very hitle remaina
thinl; then scriaps into a dish withott
delay13, asM alloewing 3t to hiardos wit~h
JUnOYTrED OvsTEas ON THE flATlF
SHEITsfa. -Heleet large shealls, clean with
a brush, open, salvmlg the juice; put1
the oysters ini hoiling water for at tow
inuiites, remove anid placo0 03aoh oyster
ini a half-shell, with jmece; plaoo 3)3n a
grid-iron over a brisk fire, and when
theyV beginl Io boil seasoni with butter,
sal1t anld 13pepper (samet adds~ 3a drop) of
lemion juice). Se~rvo on1 half1 shell.
Euoea ivon Unm~~ArM3.-- 1he(113 tenl
eggs into) - till plato1, add1 0on0 large
438)3r'li of but ter, 801331 Sal~t and pop1
pelr, put the plato on the stiv yend1(
111low thle eggs to ,'ook 1:1mii the wh3itesl
Ire (1031, then1 slip the tinl pite into0
1 01hina3 0114, and1( send1 themn 1hot to thle
Drononiznns,.-.\ pai1l of ee-r water
in a unewtypptaited rooml will remiovo
the sickenmng odo(r of painlt. (Goi~ee
pounde(ld iln a1 mortar and3( roasitedon an 3
ironI plato, sugar burned on1 hot coals,
md vinegar boiled withl mya~rh auct
sprinikled oil the floor anid furniture of
the~ sick room~ are excoflouit deadIorize.rs.
.BAxPen 1UEETe. --Wash them p~erfectly
1halca; pult them im a 1)an1 with a very'
little wa1ter1 ini it, and1( hake them until
they are tendter; tihe time, o-f cou3rso,
v'aries wdi thle size of theO boot, an hour
being iimall enouigh allowanone~ for a
beet of mlediiumn s37ze. When they are
lone remove the 8--in and ser've in lhe
same1l wa'y that you1 do a boiled beet.
AnTwicm, IIONF.v.-ThJree p)onngls
f white sugar, onie toaslpoonlfuil 01o cam
>f tartar, 0one tealspoonful of aliim d1is
solved1, on33 tales~poonful ros-e Wator-3
1(da enough wvater 10 mal~ke o1 flue rihit'
mubatance; ix and1( hea3t to a1 hoillig
poinlt. This is a glood imihition01 if pro --
To wvasi woolen goo 1s nlicely, to eachl
pail of water used add on~e talepoon..)
rul of ammlnonia anid one of busf-gall,
wash out quickly and rin:se thlorougly
inwarm water with aI very lit tle heef
AN excellent polish for Zino or till is
made of three pmts of wvater, one one
1f nitrie acid, two onces of emery, and
ht nebMes of pumlicestone shaken
TnIODOns was a poor lad. One day,
when. he was very hungry, he espied a
five-cent piece on the floor of the brek
oer's office which he was sweeping out.
He had remembered stories wherein
little boys had picked up a small piece
of money, handed it to the great mer
chant or rich bauker, and been immned
iately taken into partnership, bo The
odore stopped up to the door of the
broker's private room and said, "Please,
sir, here is a five-cent picce I found on
your floor." The broker looked at
Theodore a moment and then said,
"You tound that on my floor, did you?
And you are hungry, nron't you ?" "Yes,
sir," replied Theodore. "Well, give it
to me, and get out. I was looking
around for a partner; but a boy who
doesn't know onough to buy bread whei
he is starving to death, would make but
a sorry broker. No, boy, 1 can't take
you into tho firm." And Theodore
never became a great broker. Honesty
is the best policy, obildren, but it is
not imdispensable to success in the brok
**"T1e'st a man's profession by his I)rac
tico. Physician heal thyself I" PHVs
cianq not only heal themselves with Kid
ney-Wort, but leisribe It for others for
the worst cases of bi'uousness and consti.
pation, as well as for kidny comnlatuts,
If you feel out of sorts and don't know
why, try a packago of Kidney- Wort and
you will feel like a now creature. .
'TMllns of packages of the Dia
mond )yes havo been sold without a singlo
complaint.. .Poerywhero they are the fa
A TATir is told of a certain boilbafitic
colonel who was once ridiag in a stage
coach with sevoral other passengers,
when Ie accidentally dropped his hat
out of the oach window, and exclaimed
in a stentorin vowe, Cliarioteir,
iitiuse I I have lost my liapoat." Tle
driver paid no heed to the demand.
Again the lonba4tio fellow authorita
tvely apoke, "Chariotoer, pause I I
nave lost my Cliapetau." No attention
being paid by tho driver to this last de
imniti, a plain, blunt ma, who had be
come disgusted with his fellow-tray
elor's silhiness and poimposity, put his
head out of the window, and said,
"Driver, hold on; this fool has lost his
hat." '1his was perfectly intelligible to
the driver, and the hat was secured.
Can you find a case of Bright's )isease
of the Kidney, Diabotes, Urinary or Liver
Complaints that is coiable, that [lop it.
lers hiss not or cannot cure? Ask your
neighbors if they can.
T1 averago young man cannot hold
thirty pouinds of iron on his knees for
twenty inutes, yet ho willingly kills
himself trying to hold 140 pounds of
girl for two hours. Woll, what of it?
Vonld you advocato the holding of bar
iron byi a man, yoiug or old, in prefer
ence to 140 pounds of good looking
fbnalo ? If that is the plAtforin you are
runninu on you will havo an almighty
hig majority recorded aigninst you. You
ein hold the thirty pounds of pig iron,
andit we will strugglo along with seven
times the weight in 'tother kind. We
wore always willing to do mnoro thou
our shairo of the hard work.
An old physician, retiredl from practice,
navang had placed in his hands by an
10ast India ;issionary thu formula of a
simple vegetable remedy for the speedy
snd perimanent cure of Consuimption,
15ronchntis, Cat arrh, Asthma and all throat
and Lung Affections, also a positive anti
radical cure for N4ervous Debility and all
Nei vous Com plain ts, after having tested
its wond~eria~l curative powers in thousands
of' enses, has felt it his 'uty to make it
known to his sutlermg fellowvs. Actuated
by this motive and a denire to relieve tiu
man uffeing Iwill au frie 0f chiarge,
to all whlo de4sire it, this receipe, ini Ger
man, Fiench or l'nglish, with full direc
tions tor pi1eparmig an~d uingit. aent b~y
mail by addirasiing w~th stamop, naming
this paper, \V. A Noycs, J49 P'ower'
A rnornsson of .French ini anl Albany
sc'hool recemtly asked a pupil what was
the genidir of iraademy. The unusually
bright pupil respoiided that it dopoiided
on whiethetr it was a male or* female
Ml.'e:. a '. l'pi mzed hier' toie. the
ai3 lin paa'ii i 0' 0t lbee contaitunig its eni
tire miuntt oiia pr' perthm, It, c'ntaiins
blood-ioth forcei( ge! ra~itmg and1( life
suistainuti. piripert ii ivaluLt)Ie for idi
gestion, dyspiis:a. .aervous p~rost.rationi,and
all formas of general debility; also, in all
eiifeeled conditlins, whethier the result of
exhaustion, ner vo us prostration, overwork
or acute disease, partic'ilarly if resulting
fi om1 pulon ury coimptlaiints. Caswell,
ltazard & Coa., propieitors, New York.
S~old by all druggista.
A uil':rriiai pugilist, wilo dlisaplrom':
of thle brutality of the mfoaierni priz.e
tight, hi"' ikon up his rssioence in
Lar . - becauhse the y have Pacrific
"?WRNTY..FCI1IU uioufts TO LAyn.
From John Kuhn. Lafayotte, Ind., who announces
that he in now in "perfect health." we have the fol
lowing:. "One year ago I was. to aii appiearanrce, 1a
the last stages of Conmumnption. Our beat phye6.
clan. gave nmy cane up. I finanly got no low thai
our doctor nald I could not live twenty-four hours,
My friendia thena purchased a bottle of DR. WM.
HALL's nIALsAM FORl TJBR LUNON, which con
siderably bjeneaited mae. I continued until I toot
nine bottles. I am now in perfect health, havina
used no othier nmedicine.
1)R- Dr.wi'Ti C. REr.NOERI's ,INIMEfPNT in an
tiuall-ie euro for lihieumim. '...n. Lamenoii,,
mltuii,.c, (t he sc! ip, ami ~or prr---' thse
A ,ECTUnsmR is tolling "'How we Uear."
rt is easily told, Somodoiy tells n
f, iend of onria. anid tells him not to tell;
rhat's thme way we hear.
A ntunii tiedimal Ti.~ 91tiAm
The! idir in f'or 1 s3 uf the sta rlie Men
casl Annuarl. known. ai ii loatetter'sq Aha-.
rise Is now readly, and may he obtaIned,
t ree of cos31 of druggists andl general nomun
try dea'ers in all partiP of the United
Miates, hiexico, and1( indieod im every civl
lized portion of thle Western Ifoilsphemre.
This Ahnmanac has been issued regularly
at the commrencoment of every year for
ovyer ono.flifth of a century. 1t. comine~ns,
wIth the soundest practicail advice for the
prese~rvationi and restorat ion of health, a
large amount of interesting and ainmusing
light reading, and the calenda~r, astrono.
micalh calculations, chrouologicail items,
&-'., aure preparedl with great care, and
will be found entirely accurato. The
mssue of H~oltetter's Almanac for 1883 will
probably be the largest edition of a medi
cal work ever pubhishied in any country.
The proprietors, Messrs. Hostetter &
Smith, Pitieburgh, Pa, on receipt of a
twg oont stamp, will forward a copy by
maU to ny personh who cannot proeur'e onem
in hi, nsgihkssai.
Hlaving been troubled with a very bad
Cough for about two years and a9ving
tried almost every cough mixture that
was over made, I have foitut none that has
given mie such groat relof as Dr. Bull's
Cough Byrup and I carnustly recommend
it to atll sllicted. Benj. F. Duggan, 14
Park Place, New York.
A ST. LOUIs wroman was pulled nitt
ot the river onl Mouday. Sito esaid she
was wading to lieavoit, which was the
biggest tuRtake on record, as 8ho was
headed straight forIllintois.
BOSTON, Nov. 19, 1875.
II. It, STsvENq Eoq.:
Dear Siri-During the vas, live years I have hadi
aniple opportunity to judge of the merits of vxox
TINIL My wife has uset it for colplainis atteid.
lng a lady of delicate health, with more beIneloila
results than anything else which ,she evor tried. I
have given it to my children under .Intoat every
circumstance attending a large finnily, ant always
with marked benefit. I have taken it myself with
such great benellt that I cannot fud words to ex
press my unqualified appreciation of Iit goodness.
While performing my duties as a Police officer
In this city, It has been my lot to fall in with a
great deal of sickness. I unhesiattngly recom
mend vEoETINR, and I never knew of a case where
It did not prove all that was claimed for It. Par
ticttlarly In cases of deblItated or impoverished
state of tilt blood, iIts effects are really wont'erful;
and, for all comyplaituts arising fron att impure
state of the blood, it. appears to work like a charm;
,and I do not believe there are any ciretatistances
untder which VEGHTINE can he U8041 with injurious
results; and it will always alTord meo plentre to
give any further infornatioun as to wilat I know
About VIEUFTIN P.
WILLIA31 It. tIllsL 11lice Station 4.
"GAINEL) IUliT l'OL'NIe IN Ti'liti TH:RIKS."
Mit. If. It. BTBVElss:
Dear Sir-Ilavilig used but three bottles of your
VEoEza'ilN. in a very ibad ease of liver coluplahnt, I
fina nyself improving rapitdy ; an weiglung eight
pounds more at, present than I did when I begain
taking it, and believe with a contiituance of a
sialI qantit-y more I sali!l be ent Irely cured. Be
foac I bngalt taking the \ EoE'riNi I was under tile
doctor's care; Was Iick a loig tline. Mr. Snith,
who had receiveat gteat ienellt fruin taking the
VXGETINH, itdvi.-ied ine to try it, I Can heie rilly
reconitneud it to everyone 1ts a goodI ledlcne, a
the Vegetline has dono inore fur Ine thian the Joe.
tora coutld do. JAS. A. AIUINSotN,
No. 813 Drown)street, Rochester, N. Y,
Vegotine is Sold by All Druggists.
t Ii t
alul when it wave, we..fk,.~ rt aeyat n
ill r inteet'ilent,, Il ie b m' war . .' ar tehl
gnegOSeVacThy)Clm:e 001210o l
teter lut--s.I or a4cby ~Dru saadlol
Iyiutahrr ct itivor * petic, onrcv ar efen
from anyothr ofmiiC~ th inmeou dlisase tofl tihe
itezinac iir ioweb liit irr *ot 1 o wat anffiat ro
niaitilnv ~l, fo lpiitersariim ~~ie aovrinemed Iin
erf to ita waplny fway wii.lthc~ An~ a for Kd
anItrnfo acueijl iter is.
If you are siek with it terr ibll s.lkness, Nar.
ttii an in yo w ell wheda"Bln nGile d" hinth
if you :are acfret'tenr or resdet or a meing,
mi alisth r iit , rieidoI yotir sytm agnt If c o
alcolue oin alla tnre-mlraekeibl
iius yane mtttitwa, wivtrs-by ottae of i(mp
1f you hae rangwih pImpt, oer la sckn, bad.
bloand,yo vi . lwetnt brat " halI(ieati" ioo thre
ito shor Itheoere l is.. f h tooi
towiecls let, ivemrrid Nytmr lea i iirs, . hct'
IDirae of0 waill beat pa'-.aattfrat caelmiihey~u ill.t
Iture mr he'.p. p~py o iP~ alubi
Thrat ii , he lrad ddenmc, linild waifesermign
mher,r aughIie ri atuie ynub- rhekpicturrioh
labil, tby a fw t ut b'c of IIlogi1 liid tte i ! coti g
i ~a n.m lat o alt mr a dm te urln ndo
e nt it ilm. kyeotatoc,(rg
altoal inn ir d iii'iiiim lvtiW I ife;l over
m t dier, titiruo~ in retraihmlthy itetion. 0?
lii: a riti. V ii mlt your eix simit asp9 n.
UIth. r':1i:.)bi Inoic,3retent onfurine, d-I
brims *u . ee rnvlpoiit- nI~nd DOi draTin C
paius all p ndt ioto~-w~ t oce curniiowo. .E
to Cng Byr u T asti mgood. 1 .
Usefs t 'i timep1.h Raib drumifta.
di hv .be efncc . itale n,t'it2 marf,
S ri'.iiai iuAVimot.1multiii t la'ne
"Or, dear," said a New Haven touse
,wife thi morning, as she stood at the
meat earf with her boad tied up in a
shawl. "What do you find to cook this
season of the year?'
"I know it is hard work to got up a
variety, Mrs, Jon'es," was . the reply of
the other one, "but 1 toll my husbanct
lie's got to oat what's set before him
and anjk no questions."
"I don't mind the questims. but how
my husbaud does take on when the din
nor don't suit him."
"I'd eure him. Let him go without
dnner once. Tint'll fix him. Gimme
two pounds o' steak, one sirloin, one
"Lemme see. I'll take a half a pound
o' sausage I guess. I'll try your recipo
to-day, Mrs. Smith." The, end is not
A ligh OpinIon,
Capt. John J. Dawson, late of ~the Belt
ish Army', residing on Love street, be
tween Maudeville and Spain, this city,says
be used 1. Jacob's Oil with the greatest
possible s(tvautate when alliteted with
heumatismn.-Kew 'Oricans 7 nTimes Do
Ji:ay ' Turvnoy dosn't want to go on
the "retired list.." His mother has in
sisted that ho should be "retired" as
soon as seventeeni minutes past eight
overy evening, but Jimmy, having now
grown to what he considers the age of
discretion, insists upon his right to sit
up until four minutes past nine. He
tried to enforeo his right, but his father
being it home, and not caring to be dis
turbed, ho omitted the last act of the
play. There was too much "applause"
at the opening of the scene to last long.
Jimmy hats borrowed ati air cushion.
* *"'riTe same measure will not suit all
..rtanilces." Bit Kidney-Wort suits
ail cases of liver, bowels and kidney din
eases atd their concomitants, niles, con
'itipation, diabetes. agie, etc. Try it and
you will sa1y so too.
rc-Yfin trhe Dia mond Dve8 more coloring
i aeven ftr ten cts. than in any 15 or 25
ectit dves, atnid they give faster and inre
AN old fellow whose (laulighter had
failed to scoure a position ja teacher, in
consequence of not passing an exatnina
tion, sidel: "They asked her lots of
tijigs she didn't know. Look at the
history questions that happened before
site was horn. blow was she to know
abont them? Why, they asiked her
about old George Washington an(d other
nen sho never know. That was a prdit
ty sort of examination I
Cn't. Get it.
Diibetes, Bright's Disease, Kiadney,Uri
niary or Liver Complamia cannot be con
.racted by you or your fanilly if flop Bit
ters ait used, and if you already have any
of these thscases 11op Bitters is the ouly
'nedWine tbat will positively cure you.
)l't. foreet this, and (lon't get some puff
,( uip stuff tlat will only harn you.
'"lT uum I" said Vogle, the other even
ig, iai he otered thme room, "that job's
donei, aid now for it good lazy siimmer.
Of e.,urso all wan-ted to knaow what the
"jh)" was. "Oh, It i4 hothiing." he
said, ''only my diary, you know, I've
.imst finishli writinig it uap till naext No
strikes atjhe root ot diseasei by purafying
the bood, restorimg the liver and kidneye
to healthy action, inviguirating the nervotn
TurYm tell of a nian out west who was
putting a blaist in a well, and it wenit oil
premaitreisv and blow him out into an
atipae tree dity feet away. .lu a inmnt
hto recovered hobusolf, andl remarking,
'"The Lord knowis better than I do,
affor' alt; I guess it is time tA go pirun
in." tooak a larg. pinn kuife fro
his po(cket iaid set to work.
lnmamdne for i aaoeiit the thttanads
upon thions'umis oif bottk ofst~ Carboine,thie
dle0dOri7.'ad pe'r l.r t iin Iih'd i-fe VetE3er, aiinmi
ally sohl1, miaI the taca that not a single
complamiit lh eii r'eei veal I roanmd alee
Ithousandst~l, ant il 111nt hiylave o lie idea
of Its goodl iiailities.
Tn average life of a eircus actor is
forty years. 'lhe lavitrago age of a cir
aus joke is 250 yearus. 'Tho latter is
"worked almost to deiatha" every year
Aliein'g linsin Fioa1.
Cures Nervous D~ebhity and We-iknes
of Generative Organs, $1 all drnhrg5'ts
8a ndt for circular. Alloen's Pharmacy
Oscant has long hair. Th'le Blutlio
Express seems to waint him to go west
and tea mothetios to the Indians.
Straight en your boot15siand shoes with
LiYoa's tIatent lIfeel Stilfenaer4, atil wear
I hen'i again
A iiionexN teacup may be saidu to have
retiredi from the sorv'ice.
*hydia 1". 1'inkhamit's Vege-table Comi
pontd las done thaoauads of wvomien more
good thn the medicine of many dloctors.
I-r is the clean tablceloth that catches
thme early grease spot,
Dr. Klino's Oreat. Nerve Restorer Is tin'
inarvelci or the ago for alt nerve di1(lscase. .\ll
Itls stolpped iireo. Send to 031 Arch Sireet.
KixnoasNE wi' soften leather hardenedc
b~y watter, anud render it as pliable as
W u Avmv icu stock is kept oni the farm,
F he an shoul be to constantly Improve
it~n tol( itt piroducts. Common butter at
the market price never pays' Gilt edged
butler always Is In demand, andf at remu
nerative prices. Thme ext ra pound or two
of wotol to lthe fler andu ai fewv cents more
a pound which "Farmoer Thrdlty" sets
l&(ve whalit ''"Arm(-r la k''receives,ak e
till the dhifference betwcen praalt and IceA
in produt.ti. A w li bred andt fed stem r
hat is readye for lhe bm er enwhetn a
mion'hi oil l'ays a finoi profit, wihi e Ihe
SCeiub sells at a tos sit anI is n >t In co::d Uiaa
or t~o lirge, at 3j andi 4 yearis old.
"Rough on flats." Clears ont rats, nioe
Ill. , roachesJt, b" bnstt ats, vermmti. 150.
MbOTiiERi -SWAN's Wioii aa'i'au, for feOverah
necss, restlessneses, wornw. LheSs. 25e.
A syste~m (of pipes and tankis is being
placedl at the entrantico o AIberdeen hiarbior
to serve (as a permuanent mieans for pourIng
oil con the water to cabhn It lan storney wieathI
or, ansl thus ftaibtutte the passane of von.
auls. It is confibently believa d thait the
sem~re will prove entirely ruccessful, the
Oday dflcaulty that nas thus far preoented
itelf heang that the pipes will ot s'riuot
didging' operationa. Common fis oil, pro.
cu'ahlo, mit h10v price. 18 thA uint' rush whieb
Rheumatism, I geuraglia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backacho, Hoada ., Toothacho,
Nore Tloat,Swell 1iserwpsIistr. 1sihses,
11,aN. MS11eda, * rost silte.
AND ALL OTiElIt iDIELY P'AiM AND'AllE.9.
Sold by Drugglatail het torseveryw-vre. ity Cntsa bottle.
IHreciomms InIi 1 Lliim gimts.
THE C1IAJC.IMS A. VOtIiLIi3t CO.
(uWeoosa A. VOK1EL)it A CO.) IVllimiaEr, 31d., U.. A.
MRS. LYDIA E. PIAKIAM, OF LWI, MASS.
~- ., - ~ 'S
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Poe itive Cure
for all thono Posa'al. Comnnisintt nd4 Wenlcatesses
secomnkil toour beat femnte popoulation.
It will cure entiriely t he worst form of Feunule com.
plaints, all c-:nrian troubles, Inillammaition and Lcetm
tion, Falling~ anid Displacesments, and the cossquent
Spinal Weakness and La particularly adapted to the
chnngo of Life.
It will lipwive and ex"o tumors from the utornta In
an earlj stage of dovolopmont. The tendaey to can
cerous humors there is elteckaed veryepeedily by lty eisa.
It removes fainners, flatub.-neyv, desitroys All %nint og
for stimnulants,.nnd reik-vt t weaknes.a-of thoustomlal-ti.
It outres Moating, Ricadw hu i, Nervous I'rostrailon,
General Debility Blcopiessnuw, Depression And Indl.
That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weIgba
and backatcho, Is always permanently cured by W4e nai
It will at All times and under all circumistancea ant (t
harmnony with the laws that govern the* femalo pys-tom
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sax thl
Compound i unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. PINKPIAM1M VEGETA11LE '0O.
POUND Is prepared At, 233 and 235 Western Avonue.
Lynn,) Mass. Price $t. Six bott les for$S& Sent bynmil
in the form of pills, aleo in the form of lozengiv, on
reept of prico, $1per box for ult her. Mrs.lPinkhamu
freely answero all letters of Imquiry. Send fov' pnmph'
let. Addresas abovo. Menutfont this papemr.
No family F7hould1 be3 without LYDIA E. P1INKUAMI'l
ILIVFls PILLS. They cutro constipat-ion, billousness
and torpidiLtv of trae liver. nb cotuts per box.
&;i-Sold bC all Dri0-atsm.-C
V HETCREAT COPUND.
Aos ifrall thos ililm Cmpint nti ea meses h
tgIt cleancem omitrgu the a or fd~ oimn
Othma ceausess to 'rtdfulaoiringdped the
che ofh Lot eo hurtm a elz..
oft w orst foiorm of epe this ferombl1a disaset i
havoearl onst uiko rolloved, an ihn tshortc tim ca
ittfE $no.m faIntn', Oltmicm, ODml'Yis t'CSTi,
fo tu- a Dryc can-v bo rnin mal l..s~ma
Wt LLrs hmildmI',I CIRS N eo.,En 'ointiont
P.d Wackace, s alay A anety cuP by Ih ina
AOUD i repir. . 23QUAmi 3 terk, Avnu,
Lyns rc i Au o tic , r$SEntbnei
Intelibe urab of pill d also thfm fl, c o
reept porce, $1A ltC ho k fo r tor. Mn. l'nkio
frel'. ~ ss l letr o In ir, en r Mmli
lR.urens asam. Montorm Flits n e. r ro
N or1. fml K nuar..b wdi ht LDAl 3t.. t.LoNuisM.R0
GIE ENTS.W T cuE formstipatn bli.ts
alnd licy trimalivr Ibka nsimbx. rcer
ucda e cot. b Arnl, r~uin, 'fPhlad.,P
THE rrRIouT CURE
$2 tI foe all fre t int is~e aie x reho
,Pthata.,see Drc iugist. eict whih
Wl chfe on qfaky elterundI or tiene ~ge
sa h atietisernei a P in Lais JSIOCITana
'Ii iia saien.
it will dateei and iml
4iye' uo,~i nine is.~
rnuo ra a
.';aiua&mUA, '.9I~itmd ~iimn5A , oiwill om
l'm.ate814ia m T. isu.theth
N onl Unkorran
I oo.I~.l~umr.~ii Arna i. T.s mnto.
~ 0 N'fMw~tNrl~) fo th finid 'amnte
10uci onieuoi..A'XN 1'ito. iyerylimo,, On.
threlia ueateI s. aw
as ilr~mel. Aui~snfer/a1, ntes~s Tnase
TR A - W Ihed i
AYI oliay Valtatinesad
MLPORT iP I VoWe e4r healtnes and
iribday CaE, rinuged or plain. Send 0 cents
or more for samples. Oleographs of, M -
try, slro 10x18, by mall 15 conte. , Gartfiolt -
lv, l 1x14, 1i couts, Fratues and Olifomoc oIU
J. LATHAM & CO.,
020 Chiostnitt a ot
BETTER M &
lir, VEN. 400 best authoris Pro-e ranr Poetry.
Itrot linctious bty T. 11. Oit), or. D. N.It.
ono Hook itia o stilt ion) auti O
U ronowpl)atoe. 41 pugnadded Wo stev authertt.
ukl,4g by tar thw nuost ut ractlv an.,1 -Ielu
ok i t) market. Itra littceomento ageIn.
Secueam t4-rrit ry at ne for I iliday war
For oircuilarA andI torn11t) 1KOH0t, 1011'I...
D IJ.310 1i -S 1M.. b3(D) N. oouth . hi., 1
DR. H. W. LOBB, MEDICAL OFFICES.
NO. 829 NOETH FIFTENTH STREET,
Philadelphla, Pa. 15 years' experience. (Estab.
lashed for treatment with purely vegetable medl
Cines.) Dr. Lobb's long experience In tits treat.
ment of diseases enables him to guarantee a cure
In all cases. Consultation free and strictly con.
ildential. Call ia person or by letter. Ofilce
hours: 11 to 2 and I to 10 evening.
for this style of PIILADELPHIIA
Si NU Hit. Xqual to any Singer In
tho market. Remeasabem , too
- aendft toboesamind efre
vopalmy foe ft. Thislishesam
styil other -companies retail
.50. All Atachineswarrantedfor
years. Sond for Illittrated Cir
cular and Testimonials. Address
CilARLMS A. WOOD & cO P
17 N. Tenth 8t., philsdelphia. p
tto untiwiling and infall
bl In curitg Epileptic
Fits, Spasms, onvut
1U10E. stone, St. Vi-is Dane,
ing 8rufua and -
Nvous and Blood Dip.
La . itteritry en.
ad M Ia al whose
causes Nervous rostra.
bowels or Kidneys, o
who require a nerve
tonio, appetizr or
TAN NiRVINE s in.
NEVER FAllt. it the most
that ever sustained the
sinking syliter. For
csil by all Druggisto.
TilE Dat.:. A. ItlUIiTnOND MID10Als o.,
hole 'roprictors. St. Josepht, Mio.
YOUNG MEN ytphy'j1. ***
t nd be certain of a ustuatipn. Wd V
BROd, Jauaville, Wiscona.
iH A L L'S
NOR TUUA SA
LU INGS.D MLSAMM
I.Vureat Consmption. Cold Wau~us I It
ucuza, Urouhl~ t ?11L Dn en, ls.ron e<l
loar enenq, athina, Crou hoo ng
Voutmil,53 all3 iletnc oa 0i he re It 101
urgCana. It Noothen nq T ea~a te li ng
Qrtoe Lnu u, luflamned and taned by tli
31siense, anI prevents the niht Mvets ansi
I Ltniesa acroon the chest w eich uIcoan y
t! (ounsun ton In not a inainurable nnala y.
Lu'S 1a rLfeM w~aItl I facure you, even
(1111)Il 131 1M
ADD ToDYOUR IMfll OME
01 ns ilt-r h' aurItm I u lin t ak i . n u reinm i iar iiithi
pr N ts is oit lnestn, tanf$1li toii artu ir deling11,
RAIN. PROVISIONS & STOCKS
Ell -11 nIe i I wII t).I e ~ he'l14,1911f 4'- tmbti enit i al IIof tlh,
citb h- rt tistt w i -ky,. 4 lvbleinh3i. ph1i ll nIllilil
(;lu&1 3 c sli. vbo ll dr' h: l. mone1tif* ) ( ot A p5 li(it, h.
:1.- th1h ..till I : ig m l n k
e1011*I i. . il e-t 1 -
u n n t'd ury w e r o lA unre t lt. bsi.:s , gJ1. .
nuen leh a r.; & sl te..c.r:tle hSt..C eay . ies '?
S~buu~'~nhlyes ceter, (ses
EGGULESTON TiRUSS CO. Chicago. 11L
IIUPTURE m &,lu,.ioa. Al bthbe
buu i . U L. d bTw lb Ilmmifas.,
iuod byirg(u. a .lt ewadea43304.lernn Poasts~naet.
.1 3,o. . sI.c. .a.,ul. f Ivf nt"nis r~f ..,tof*ut. J
Iiaer 3 7 Ei 14th5* l .i.t.,.e Yorllkli. 4. u,.b
6.d Th~ et Neito 3. olime (19).4 ~w ommence
th re ots ittiluasraisfy youthatyot
gets tenimt itvs.4 value. a avcna
lANDMC', 1 i. 1th Fe t. . l ALk . O
t22V6 A& I VolYumiE T.9i(omNNc'j
iflPE R Um'r elebaet FInT rKNT Brse
L/re oft/8nit thoi Osatsa atoi i/a ugs.
Do ubeBrel Brew c oars r aerU.
Foet tn iet if ale. hk eelit
*2G neecess Lndin 'u, tN 8.0 up,
to a Xi Eeipasl n nasaa IlesPi.
AL kidiue ospotn Osa nat 2s an.
ol ublr m re rmeh ad erSS p
Boen 8on st a f ~oreb o-isoe.g hgose it, y.
to a ut nr,, de niro i lo inlcll tmedean moo t [to them
atsoor h av oS tros thenworstcas.B
lOt.yo.ddos rK 40., 81 l$ut.,
M I sa ~rei onhothnsme an d i ab to to iden
fora tme nu thii 'o textt rini-lrn whelun desired.
or "A rL e iiO: 3t er a k liea
*Ta.EMl .3 . -fc,~ i .tr u oraral '
n et yin A drny I haon.1.(.10[ . 1h 83eather t., . r ,
I torln 8s appr iran frtom114l wha
Fu mesa pa thesired.
rnsoru Imp flai 5.fnm at
a, an o r cus lu
r sif r94.Ageta re i efn to,4.is
1% o ol ft r it r nat oi at4ook. sib.
- Ato s oanlpontaken irlaiood uumif non
. or. rem.c~ it aye mligion
ennnsnm r dunen iaieni uS i
0 v0,taN srur
d ervie Bneromoo
moo fttcw lt. IoIn Ioil~eogn