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Tnim true farmer does not stop to count
lhe cost of improvenent, for his reason
promipts hin to belovo that he cannot go
wrong by endeavoring to improvo. ivery
itere of Ils farm is cultivated to its highest
capleIty, ani his soil iever detertoratts in
quility. lie rotates his crops with a view
to increased fertility, and lie estimates his
profits by the amount of expense entailed
in fecuring that profit. Tile failure to re-.
ulize immediate roesults does not discourage
111in1, for lie knows that, through his judi
cious systemi of cullivation, tle realization
is but deferred a little while longer. lie
farms for prAlt and lie spends for proilt.
lie knows nothing of stinted eeconoimly,
whhich savcs to-day and robs to-morrow.
The farm is his bank, his workshop and
his occupation, no stone beiug left unturn
ed, and io portion slighted at, the expensEi
or another part.
A good farn means good stock. The
P'ueualing hog has no place an it, but must
be supeliseded by the qatet thoroughbreds.
Tle tangle-lleectd, small carcassed ,sheep
eainnot be allowed, whero only the niermo,
tie Uotswoki anid the Oxford Down are
idlapted. The ' "caggy Lovines of the past
are seen i) more, for the deep-milking
hllostein, the creani-giving Jersey and the
beel-producing lIereford have occupied
their places. The thoroughbred and the
U'lydesdale plow the fields that formerly
yielded to the wind-broken plugs, and the
w agons and linplements are ot the nost in
proved labor-saving patterns. All this
mcan capitalI and 113 expensive;but when
we consider the fact ttiL it costs no more
to kcep the best than the bad, and that
expense means profit in the end,the cost is
not so formidable as it scomns.
But the manuire heap) is Lte most impor
tant o1 all. A goodI farmer cant be selue
itd by the mannuer in which ho keeps ii
manure. The mnure is thle welth-thle
bank on which the cheek is drawn-and it
is Miprudent to neglect It. Drenching raini
ittid scotching buns carry upward ant down
ward tile soluble and volatile cioist ituloit4
of the unplotected hetp, and oftni great
ditcnes are (tug to allow the iIilack hiulln
r cies to pass oFli and away forever. ittt
ito Igood fatrmtter works difcrent 1y. Ile
mikes his ma titire linte, attends pertonall)
to the proccss ot decompsition, porotecti
it I rtiu (lie weatleri ati endeavors to make
it. a retly food for crops when hauled to
tlie fi'lIs. Farmiing Inys well gotod
miIun To lI(twA uras PUm t'1,T --On of
1he lbe t habits tihe tarier enn 1lorin is thIati
of attending to tle little neetk its soon at.
hle mL 8Cb thelni, Il tit <mm tIh is, th Wih
I e 110 faling down, no loose 01 lmiyli
boirlsnis ol 1)111 01 .4hcIdr-ienetic of that it
I11' general d(ilpition, which one stes so
ftern alout. out harms. hverything will
hatve at rwint aid orderly anld well kt l. alp.
IlealrantUce. If nlot mtlettitei tzo, it will it
like loing to givo tile plelinises tihe untidy,
tnCglt eted appiallrane N%, h iteli detrtactis great
ly tRout tihe Mtilat ition attfon)ed by the
. ol a well-growt, 1 crop. h'liere should
ie it conttisjbtetm bet ween ithe crop a1
11dg Il e is nlit nleglected the
other blioul aot be. 11 ms ms much econo.
1ll 'l"ld wise C.tCull ion to attend to ou
t',a Ile oIter. 11 .im talti d ' le im the lip.
pi-arance ofu r cornl (;)'l iekIt, yol ought il
ill t-e Iemmco that enucloses i', and time burld
Igt wicI it leceive its product. A
ittle attL.ention in the 1. iow 1amit1 t -Ili
tkie'h thmem m goodI tondit14in utnd there nmow
andi~ Ltein will be4. a oiOiSeneitv abhut the
WI m 50 or at tll thme work expendetdt4..
31 A n V lre too care(leiSs abotit ihe re'tet ting
'If their1 horses' sho0e2. Some haivet thte
mmmi ke shoes! m styo -14. helmongst is lihe best8
wvorkii'an, 4'venit hI is skill ts at Ithmier k
ball hunintly ton 1bi. Th le little gtinted
ble hu; I ytm of tli n.1 hieht s r m l our1m 1 to llifs
wi ck", ms ltoie Ithan lost ini (lhe enti b3
ruuntn tI. he bi It 1. T Il ma1ny13 'tmtt, anmd
whmieb ist goodi~(5 [llr lihe fiO. h(:tptmmg
I the shet o il h ie fooct af1 ter the ellnebeshct amre
1 heaperl't, to keethe m ite 1halthy I than 14
it u e them ltr they u arim ue it s'intsett.
A M ilatKta fthu lthinira Mtrimers' ( 'lub
11ays ohfI'l mrchIr gramss thtttt nei Itherm grassi is4
9sus 10l glow I rom weetlhtig, and11 none1
will boutr the trauup (If teet hwtter1. No kind1(
i-rts <i eker' in~ sp ringm and cotmm esimc ht1t
er in fall. iud tmohlu spinis till moro1 tan
tI llt1.1.1 the gaing. A mnolt l membter' (I
llmlIed!I l~ a lii.11 hu inhe late Itesea
dru.1ght , wieb01 Wits grcenm and11 lCeii,wh'lile
1titbmy aiinio~g wats dtiedl1 as i dead.
IAti i i ui .iwittj*i'es L4 , So t w1 htl liia'
st~lylit "imo1k hIrttn;ingt,'' dlhliiing tat they
pre'(ter (expermInce. bhlp4.eriee aind stuluy
shtouild joI~itly be iic jurmed tby mull. W thl
- tears oh experitee, I lire are lit. few jar
mern wvho emmil vII time agtricultt nmral shoiwst,
j iuge and1( select th1e. Itu stit Si. is
lntanIltit, ini orderi 1(o be a tin stii. fa115 r
andi~ nothlii mg is io much neeedc as~ knon11
i h~ow to, selet the best.
N'o'r' one fatrmer'ii m 4en ac~pretles the
vahtle ol groiund~ feedh ever cot min m the emar.
i Tie Itact hatis Ibenm tesed I hmous:gmdml 1)1
ames2 thatt 0one bshetl o al willi put u
tldICh fat tn tan anittl aus hive IIeekIs of
cor'n Ie mc inthle gitomi. Then uav;inu' oh' onle
litth oft thme *orn at fam mer' has glownm will
1.ay) Icor a mill1 in onme wiinteri, iandu yemt hafve
th m~ctmill in mgoodh condcitmin 14. repletlI tIs
* [1(tdrcess tor' 'i dotzen yearms tom eo;mtu.
TnimK tuaw of liew Yo~rk prIovatIes thamt thme
ovnerc' or posssu)'ot ofl a (ylog that shall
kill oru wouund auny "huceep or hiam. shall be
Itible for t hec vahue of s41uh sheep or lambu
to the ow net' thtereof, wvitheti plrov ing 1n4
1I te to the owner't or l'ossessor' of w'u cl og,
(Ii knotwledg~e by him11 thait his cdog was:1
11311ah1etns orI dhistcosedc to k i Shietp.
IN ' bi int fatinin11g it imay lbe trnuly -slti
th 'o iigreamter' t (itop otin ot I hose whmo tbe
ci by) woriit'ui t 01a far'tm ris 18.'1 (compti
I tuce andmf iIluot'Ierar wenuh It l an ini anyl
(litr pI'intit. Fatrm wa3lgesi may13 be low,
bumt t hey uiinahly imnchtde boardi, whtnu' the4
I~ltemptitin to dli~isipact (1ion m line itatl dhis
mmict s ire lintieh lee thantl im (ities8.
I ry'ine(I of te omvelrsity'.f it lnnssee4.,4hoiw
mlthmrmg the t.wo years t, ey hatve' bemi coti
duledtc thatt a1 seedching of on li threes
ratemr buishcls (If whIeaut. lto the aucre 1110
3.3ces thme heaiviest y' ith. Th111 isq aiilrmedc
by) thlie 'Cwhoi have expeimnited Imor suhm'
11 popose~l ill cither' sect 01s.
Mm I., says an exmhanmgce, hats the ;'oweri
to ab~isoi b ohuoi0ons gasmes andc etthivia
ftrom t he air artoiund it, Itti it sht'mldt nut
be4. foreotktn that thme p~uirest bumtter ev'cr
-imade~ ii'ay bucomue taintedo and pocisloned iti
on lie shuolt l.our by objetion h Itbitrrund-~
hlms Icon-plil')(( oif entire'ly of timo
thmy hamy, thug ot, so godfor hiorssa
thosile imixed with clcver, yet are preferred
by huorsem, s..d cleamr timuothyj comnlmnds
IIs hm ighemt price. Tlhemrefore, if hay is to
bem iold, I imothiy 'donie shouhithe sown; but
it witedt4 for' homie uise a1 mii xture' of clover'
A Cump. FOR DiP-iTITHIiA.-Put a tea
spoonful of flour of brimstono in a wine
glass full of water and stir with the fin
ger instead of a spoon, as the sulphur
does not amalgamato with waiter.
When the sulphur is well mixed give it
as a gargle, and in two minutes the pa
tient is out of danger. Brimstone kills
every species of fungus in man, beast
or pilant in a few minutes. Instead of
spitting out the gargle, swallowing is
bettor. III extreme cases when the fun
gus is too nearly closed to allow garg
ling, blow the knlphur through a quill
into the throat, and after the fungus
hos shrunk follow with the gargling. If
the patient cannot gargle take a live
coal, put it oi a shovel, and sprinkle a
spoonful of brimstone upon it and lot
the stlloror inhado it by holding his
hea dover it.
APRoxs inado of brown linen of the
proper width so that the solvago noeds
no hommlhig at the sides, mity be made
very pretty by fringing out the bottom
to the depth of two inches; overcast the
edge whoro the raveling ceasus, then
about two inches abovo that duaw out
threads for mwi inch and a half, and then
run a blue or scarlot ribbon through the
threads that sire left, making blocks of
the ribbon and throad alternately.
Above and bolow this a). row of feather
stitching is added and a row on the
band and sides also; the pocket tinmied
to match is put on at the right side.
A PRX'rY ohair bimk is made of an an
tique lio stripo put over silk. Havo
the lace inl the centro and on the silk
stripes of the same width at enol side;
embroider a pretty vine. This is lovely,
made of the laeo and blue silk, with
sprays of small pink buds, or of cardiii
41d satin with dilbiOs and buttercups cm
broidered on it. Tle top is turned
down and hemmed and the bottom may
be linished with lale, or he mnado inl
point-s with ia tassel on each point,
IT is not a good plan to have tie
white lawn and cambric dresses "done
up," as the phrase is, to lay away for
the winter, InI the expectation that, they
will look trosh and be ready for ini
diato wear in the spring will be disap.
poinit(d. Of course they 111ould not Im
put away dirty, but the starchiig and
iroa.ing may well bo left till slpring; ol
ly common calicoes should be starched
and iroied iefore packing away.
Fon cru1), anliniisiitier i teasipoonfil
of strous ailln wate; rpeat the dom..
every lifteenl miiites 1totil free vomiiting
MCeM8. PIt the feet atll limbs in hot
water, a1nd thou wrilp l) in flac1nel;
place on tho elist ia poilltice of corn
meotal sprinkled with mustard. Beware
of cold diraughits, As thic ittack (10
part.s administer a dose of magnesia,
rhubarb or enstor oil. When ehildren
ar) lialeo to erotip, alwNys keel) the al
uam- water solitaan4l ronady on the wash
To make a good sticking plasiter. pit
two spoonfuls of balsam of Porti to six
of itinglass, melted with very little wia
ter, and strained. Mix thtseo wel to
gethor inl a small stoio jar over the fire.
Pi olit s0ome black Persian or sarsenet
on a boardi, lad dipping a brush inito
the mnixtiur', pass it ever the silk live or
six timies; thlen hioldl it to the lire, but
not very near, anid it will soon1 become114
black and~ shlining.
A (ha))naut hority onl all matteirs her
I aining to I he 4 tal e says 1.tta tooth
54ome4 salad ICI I ca he p)'reare at any time
douingui the. wiunter if you have a sutpply
ofil turn i ps ini 1the Celhmr anil the turani s
11p41out well, as they oiften do4, e~soiily
if tihl cel1lar is dar uk and14 warm. Thbe
(the spirouits) shouuldl1 ih lnged an hot
wvater ai momen1ut. amid thmen ini ('old. Let
t hi.'m draini thaoroughly ; 1then so-i them'
to the tab'le vwithI thie plain saLI~liddrs
sing or' with Malyonnlaise sauce.
TuiiKi1uei ll earceiy an l chi to111 c whiich
chaildren41 aro ~i 'uje'ct 5s) haird 1to bearL
mal1. so) dillicuilt t, l'ure as e tr'aene. A
remedy.lt wicneiver fails is ai pinch oIt
black jpepe gpathered iul in ia bit oif
L4u.tt.4)n hatitinig, welt' ini sweeVt oil uit in
soritedt in thle'earl. It will give immenwd
.Tr.: glove po wder'u, soi gt'Uerily usert
fore4hu imitn 4)n t14'he Ilve's, wVill ab1.4
anlswer 1 this puriiposel.
F AM tr~t luu.li.---rlo4ian1 br'emi, r'ee
omtincuded'4. tfor use4 inI time1 of famne, is
prepare1'4d by~i t1)u4kinig a miixture 14of ('orn1,
being soa)1ked mi water.,
tiraiNs. - om e 114 kindsa of stain mayhil
be r.. movedl f'rcml silk by 1the alphpiliation
of 4menee'L of1 lemoe n, 44ne4 part: Hinirits ot
turpetuiio, live parts'l. Mix iaiid apply13
to the( spot, bIv meanlis of1 a lie ralg.
phod04 to ihe sciles o)f shlodl, andic replea1ted
ias it drties5 mntil thec. pores4' are0 Iile andI111
the auirface shaines like polished~ niahlog
smy13, wilI12lao th10 5oles8 walterpV l'roo and
last as long a1st1 illihppets,
MoAr your dhrtiest clothe and5111 soako
bhema ini warm~iit walter over nlight. Usce
soft to waush your Iloors. Solt somap is
so slippery thlat it wastes a good dea'il ini
.A ITrrii salt sprmnk lcd ini starVch
white it is boiling tenmds to prevent it
tromi stickmng; it, is likewise goodi to stir
it with ai clean- ~speIrmac't~i cand41le.
A VnwI p)otatoes9 sliced, anduc bioiig
water poudili4 oveir them, make11 an e'x
cellent prepauiratbon her 4claningi antd
atitileninug old rusty black silks. Grceen
tea1 is atlso, good)1 for this purtlpos1e.
To rem'iovo 4'oldsores5, rubtl thei first
flngr r biehmdn th larIIs close tom the4 part1
which is joined to) Ithe hiead, andi( then
rulb the4 5oro.3 Tlheo scretion remifo)ves
th11 sore'4 ini a shorit 11111e if apphedl i ettvery
I wentiy nluutes.
lInutv> Ivonl CninnA~iNs..-Tlake a
piece'& of limo the ai7.1 4:f your douible
list ; put1 it il wari'n water anid soak time
feet ini ii 118 warmt11 a1 It cn ho4 borne for
half ani houri.
Foui a seabilc ok' born'I, applily immdia'hit.e
l pulvor'Ised chaircoail and 441. Lampj
eoil will 411, but1 lhus'ed( is better. 'The
Ifect 1s mtliraclous1.
Fon chappe)l1d lips, miix two tabhlepoon.
fails of(1)4 hi tied4 honey1, wiith1 a few drlops
of lavemutclr wacter',or anl other perfumle,v
and1( anioint thec lips freccluently.
To renmove waits, got a hittle bullock
gall, and keelp it in a bottle, rub a little
oin the warts t wo or three~ times a dlay,
and ini a short tinmo they will dlissap1pear'.
'1TrA(cu n may be speedily ended by
the ,ipplication of a small bit of cotton
saturtatl'd wvitha ammloi, to the defect
IT isl thle anll leaks that imp~overishi
a household. It is thme small econioies
11h:,11 tca i hlntt'im04
Home years ago a very lovely, but
willful, Kentucky girl went to her fath
or, a celebrated lawyer, and said:
"Father, I want to marry - ,
(naing a handsome but utterly worth
less suitor); "may I ?"
"WeIl, my dear,' said her father,
with a sigh, "I can't say no, because I
know you will have your own way
whether I give my conaent or not, but
please give me leave to mako one re
mark. There are two things the wisest
and most, learned man can never oalou
late upon-the verdict of a pttit jury
and the sort of mani a clever wonan will
[Now York Graphic.]
O'Iounaovaen Rtodna's Opiuion.
O'Donovan Ibssa, speaking of the
Ureat Gorinan Remedy to a friend, said:
"Mrs. Rossa has been cured of a very se
Vere attack of neuralgia by St. Jacobs'
Oil, as she will gladly tell you, if you call
at my residence, 879 Bushwick avebue,
Brooklyn, N. Y,"
t'JECTuIerry idh a wondorful thing.
Thoro is an electric hair-brush warran
ted to make tle hair grow and cure
Ieaitho, and am electric flesh brush
that will curo several other ills that
liesh in heir to; and now if soeic fellow
will bring out an electric clothes brush
that will make ai old s':it of clothes look
anl wear liko new, lie can sell thou
sanids at. a dollar apiece, or three foi
* **"A fair outside Is but a poor substi
tute for inward worth." Good healtit in
wardly, of the bowels, liver and kidneys,
is sure to secure a fair outsitde, the glow of
health on the cheek and vigor in the frame.
For this, use Kidney-Wort and nothing
AiYDon't wear dingy or faded things
when the ten-ccnt Diamond Dyes will
make them good as now. They are per
Tm. Boston papors say the girls o
that city have begun to ioar police hat.
Then should the .lloa-tou papers wari
the ioston girls. If they go to imnii
talig the Boston polic, they will nevel
ea'ch atn m .,
-lair, Coliumbia on a jowsharj): Imag.
mne the indigination of an American boy
in a French school, who in a history
class is told how Lafayette. the greal
Freiclh general, triumuphed in the Rey.
olution, assisted by one WIshiiigtoin.
If any one has represented that we are
in any way interested in aniy igus bitters
or stulff with the word "hlops" in their
name, cheating honest folks, or that we
wiit pay a'ay of their bills or debts, they
are frau-.ls ant swindlers, and the victins
should punilih them. We "eal in and pay
only the bills for the genuine Hlop Bitters,
the purest and best medicine on earth.
loP Brrrais 11ANUPAOTURINo Co.
A DiwrimrioN with a diflerence: "D
is not. leCessary for a man to be poor to
be hoiiest." Certainly not. But ii
seems sort o' half way ntessairy for a
mani to lie poor if he is hionest. A dis.
t inctiona wit h <nt a dafference, it wit]
H- an loving saib aition: "I thbought,
Alisas S., that you ihatted that flit tyv minx.
Yet you went up and kissed her.'' it a
H.-" I do hatle tier, andi that is why I
ilhd it. Loo k att the big freckles on her
lnee whearaa I k iised the powvder ir11.
Ana obl phuyammn, rtiret troim pr:.tice,
havingt had plnieed I i hism hands by an
E-ast Iinia nita5ss'iiir th faorm'uula of a
ut le vegetae riemediiii~y For the speedly
:mdta peruianen cnre of Consaimapiion,
Itr),'hitis, ( :dairrh, Asthinaa and all throat
andtt liag A Iteelions, also a positave and~
rad Iical curte for Ner vous D el lity and aii
Nemrvous Comaintiis, after ha.vi ng tested
its wi oii ert iii en rative piowers init hiouas
oft ewas, hais li it his ''utv to make it
kno win to his sullermag fellowa. Actuated
biy t his tuiotive andI a desire Li) relieve lin
nuan siferintg, i will sendt free of charge,
to aill whoi di sire it, this receupc, in Gear
mnan, F~rench or 1English, wvith full direc
t ions tar preparing andl using. Sent lby
inaiulaby iatiiiteat-ing withi stampij, inniuinie
his pape'r, Wi. A,. Noyes, l4.1 J~owver's
lock. Iiochester. iV. Y:.
Tmai man who idiot itt Quieeni Victoria,
and1( didn't lilt her is likely to bo exeon-.
ted for it. It, seems to lbe a more seri
alis matter to iceran E~ng hi-da sovereignt
lt han it is to i 1itan Am~er'ican, Presidenit.
Veagetine -Thlis pareparation is scientifi.
catlly andit chiemiidtly co~nineid, and so
st rontgly concenatratted fromi roots, herbs
and tiarks, that its good etThcts are reali
zedi imediately after commncing to take
IN lIndia, aggs arei. hatcahed by the
hieat. of the sun. Performing the paurt
oft ia hen, thereforo, let it, 1no loinger hai
thle boast oaf English-men t hat thbe
sun never "'sets'" ini British psrovinces.
Pu'ire codl liver oil, from selectedl live's,
tin lihe seashaimr' lay Caiswell, It iizaad & (o.,
N. Y. Absolutely pure0 aiti s veet. P'a
I ieni s who hiatve once taken it prefer It to
aill others. Physicians declare it suiperio~r
to all 0other oilk
C.huapped lianda, face. pimpi~les and rough
akin cured by usIng Juniper Soap, made~t
by Casmvell, Hazaud & Co., New York.
Sous fellow has baroughit out an opera
glass whlich, lie thlinks, willl till a Ilng.
felt. wvant. It hiolhs a lpint of wvhiiskey.
lBut that will not "'1111"' a long felt want.
II i was sit ting in the p trlor with her,
wthena a rooster crowed in the yard, and(,
leainhg over'i lie said, "Chanticleer.
"'I wish you would," shte relied; ".I'm
sleepy as I can be." He cleared.
*I ydaa E. lamkham'~s Vegetable Comn
tpounda is a positive ecire for all those wveak
nesss5 s(o comniti to our' ~~ betoemale poip
Tlux Chineso question: Theli general
senitimnent about Arthur in this section
is that we'd like to too him without the
PATurTIO: The1 most poetical thinlg
iln real life that we ever gazed upon wiis
a veteran of the late wiar weeping over
the grave of a antl1er to wvhaom he owed
Alkaen's nrmaini Foodt.
Cures Nervous D~eblity and Weakness
of GJenorative Orgatns, $1I all druggIsts,
Sendl for circnlar. Allen's PhIarmnacy, 818
A PUBLTic-sP'IRlITD citizon: A mau
gathering mushrooms was told that
they wore poisonous. "Tfh an i you,"
lhe relied, "I1 am not. gomtg to eat thiem
myvelf; I keli thbom aaf the hotel."
Scrofula, Scroftlous Hutnor, Cancer CadleeroUs
Humor Erysiletas, Cakner, sail iteum,
Pimples or mnor in the 'Face, Coughs
and C1lo Ucers, Bronchitis Neu
r~ga. Dy, spepsa, Rheumalism,
-d ths the Sie, Constipa.
tion Costivene, Plied,
in the Back
Faintness at the Stomach Ki ney CotnplaInts,
Female Weakness ant General Debility.
This preparation is selentilloally and chemically
combined and so strongly concentrated front
roots, herbs, and barks, that its good effects are
realized linanediately after commencing to take it.
There is no disease of the huian system for which
the VEOSTINS cannot be used with 1'EatPHQr
NAFB'TY, as It does not contain any metallio con
pound. For eradicating the system of all impuri
ties of the blood It has no equal. it ias never
failed to effect a cnro giving tone and strength to
the system debilitated by disease. Its wonderful
effects upon the contplaints tated ari surprIsing
to all. Alany ltive beer cuired by the VcuTisN
that have tried niany other remedies. It can well
Tle Great Blood Purifier.
Dr. W. Ross Writes:
Scrofula, Liver Oomplaint, Dyspep
sia, Rheumatien, Weakness.
H. Rt. S-ravaCNO, IIOSTON:
I have been practising iedlcne for 25 years, and
as a rentdy for Scrj'tila, Istver Complaint, hijs
Persla, l1heumatIsm, Weakness, and all diseases
of lte blood, I have never fotnd 11s equal. I have
sold Vegetino for 7 years and havo never had one
bottle returnol. I woull heartily recomniend it
to those hI needl of a blood puriller.
D)r. W. ROSS. Druggist,
Sept. 18, 1818. WAlton, Iowa.
VEGETINv.-For eratlicating all Itipauritles of the
blood fron the systent, It ha1s no equal. It ta1s
mever failed to effect a -ure, giving time and
btrengt It to the system debi111tated by dIsease.
Vegetine is Hold by All Drtiggisto.
Remembear that statmina, vital energy, the life
principle or whatever youa may choose to catll the
resistanat powers whlih btattles agaInst the causes
aof isease aunt deatth, Is the graind saafeguarci of
iteall-it. It is the garrisona of uie litamja foailIt C,
aint whenc It waxes weak,the Irrue policy is to throw
In reinaforcetnents. lin othlier word~s, when suchi an
omaergencey accuirs, comamence a coursea of Ilos
letter's liltters. For sale by D)rugglsts andl Detal
ar1to whaom aipply for tbostetter's Alinaac fom
SHAS BEEN PROVED 3
0 The SURE ST CUliEfot'
KIDNEY DISEASES. 8
Does aack2c~rdIsordoid urine indI
| ao ht yo r vci THEN DO NOT 0
,, a HSITATE usu Kaney- otence, (drug
gis recommaend it)anetit willaipoodily over
-conta tho dliseaase and restoro healthy action, *
and wakesses, Kiduoy-Wort is unisurpassed,
as it wil act promptly and safely.
Either Rex. Incotiuernco, retention ofuro, *
brick duot orroay dpoita, and dll <tragging C
paai, ail apcadity yieldato Its urativo powor. 3
q 3- BOLD BI' A LE, DRUGGTSTS. Prf ce $1. 14
If you tare stek t!op Illiters waill suarely alad Na
Itlae In iinakintg ioa well whaen all else faails.
if you ate co.,-t te or dtyapept Ic, or iare suafferinig
froam any aothter oif thle ntnealrous udiseases of Itae
sla,inneh' oar boawa'Sa, it is youar own fiault if you1 re.
tainn i . lior Io laiIit tea's are a sovereigan ieilyt ha
alt suach couaatii~ta.
It you are wistling away wIth atny formt of Kid
lacy dI:sea-e, stop ltinItg I)eath Ithais tuomenl~it,
anetl Iturai fair a auro to I iopl lilttea's.
If ytou :a ri taek wi, taIhat terrilek ttiaknesq Ner
Voasnaeas, yau ill tuuind ali l (iilei"'aa' m theC
tase of I Il lIiti tas.
If youa ale ii freaqtuentter, or a resiadet of a nihas
ttI listtict, ba~aradae yaour stystema tagainset the
scounrge of tail otiets-attriat elaidernta, tbil
louls, iad intermiauta'nt fe.'. er.-biy toa un.'e 01 lilap
Ii youa have routgh, piinaphy, or aaallow sak In, beat
breiathI, p~amit taa taittis, tal reel mtiser'ial gait
crally, 1h itIla r' wall gIve yaiu tar sKmt, rich
lla d, atnd sweelest breathi, hieailti, tamitti (tafrt.
In ailol rt t acre tall ieasaes aif th tmach atl,
lIotn.als, 16taita , laver, Neirvc, K aidnys, Ilrigla ti
ihtaenae. j000a waillabe paiad for it aase they wilt ntau
'IThat paaaaa, beda riddaen. Invai ife(, ulster
tltolhter, ior at .ighte(r, ant be mnade thle picetulre oi
hentii hi, lby ta aew btil lis of 11 tloli tea's, costing
bult a talle. Wil yu let Ithen sualtfr
DR, IH. W. .08B, I'tEDICAL. OFFICES,
Phalldaejlhia, Pa. 15 yeaa'a' expaertience. (E~stab.
Ihahedl for treatmtent wHth purely vegetable miedt.
Cies.) D~r. l~obb's long expertenco In the treat
mlenti of tsase's enales hint to guasrantee a cure
In alt eases. (!onsultatton free sand strily con.
fldentaal. Call In person or by letter. 0ome
htours : 11 to S and 7 to 10 evening.
nonesalt Urno ltDiauese 9r nsaI
a, a1 alt i)Maee a sre athma
Ieam Is pina th aee
.upm.. **re -he .. w .:,-eonj.%s
WaW4gPr on al I'i eure yo, even
$5 to $20 P& Co.. P"rtpanotMf.
* A E1NTM WVA EDtU for the Blat andi Fastest.
11a'ling ltorI Books)~ai and hilbles. Prices re.
duned 83t par ceant. NatIONA l l'tit. Co., Pahiladt, Pa,
WHy she doesn't count the Years: Tn
the green room df a Parisian tfheatro thio
convcrsation tuned upon the delicate
subject of age. Presently a gentleman
visitor ventured upon the indisereot
query: Now, what age are you, my dear
friend ?" addressing his remarks to Mile.
X., who certainly can no longer be can
sidero: in her first youth. "What a
question, indeed I" said the lady; 'how
call Ihat possible interest you ?" "Sim
ple curiosity," responded the visitor.
"Well, then, 1 %%ill be frank withiyou.
Really I do not knowv. One counts
one's money, one's jewels and one's
deeds of value, because it may happen
tbat they could be Jost or stolen, but its
I am absolutely cortain that nobody will
take a year from my age, and t iat I
shall never lose one, why, where is the
need of counting ?"
An effort oxisting without a cause 13 an
impossibility ; tickling in the throat,husk
iness of the voice, violent coughing, etc.,
are the ffleets of a severe cold. Dr, Bull's
Cough Syrup cures the cold at once and
removes its serious effects.
TmtuinLE fate of a kind-hearted girl:
According to a truthful Tidian iOWs)a
per. a b1.ugry lion invaded a young la
dies' seminary on commencement day,
and, bouncing in among them, carried
off th prettiest and phlinpest, with her
composition in her pocket-a school
girl essay on kindness to ainimais,
***"IMean people take advantage of
thoi r neighbor's diticulties to annoy them.I
Alcan diseases, such as piles, rheumatism,
constipation, dyspepsia, malaria, lame
backs, etc., take advantage of people's ex
posures and attack thein. It is then that
Kidney-Wort appears on the field and by
its tiiely agency puts to rout this flock of
evil ailments. It is a friend in need and
therefore a friend indeed.
VIN lothing so simple and perfect for
coloring as the Diamond Dyes. For car
pet rags, better and cheaper than aay
other dye stuffs.
H1io Art.: Artist: " *Tlero is the barn,
with the pigeon on it. The barn, you
Rce, is supposed to be half a mile away.
Visitct: "tint there tire the pigeon's
feet. T4)11 can see them distinctly.'
Artistr "Of course. I ainde them plain
on purpose," Visitor: "Whati Do you
mean to say that there's a man living
who can see a pigeon's feet half a mile
away?" Aitist: "Oh, sure enougli
Don't mnenition this. I Pnn fix them
When lops are $1.25 per lb, as now,an
acre will ylci $t.000 protit, and yet the
best fanily Medicine on earth, lop Bit
ters, contain the saine quantity of Hops
and are sold at the same price filed years
ago, although Hlops now are twenty times
higher than then. Halse Hops, get rich
in pocket; use 11-a) Bitters ant get rich in
THE difference between a dog and a
boy consists in the fact that when the
log finds a scent lie doesn't spend it
IR, nar kabl Sicienyi A.
Jolin Kuhn, ot Lafayette, Ind., had a
very narrow escape fromn death. This is
his owni story: "One year ago I wvas in
the last stages of consumnption. Our best
physicians gave mny case up. I finally got
so low that our doctor s~iid that I could
not live twenty-four hours. My friends
then purchased a bottle of Dr. Win. flall's
Balsamn for the fGunga, which bencfied ine.
! coitntieti until I ieook ini ibott'es. I an
now in perfect healta having used no othier
"'I live bay mny peni," said the poet,
wishing to) linpra ess a young lady. '"You
look as if you lived in it," wats the reply.
The soft andi silky appearance given to
the hair by the tse of Carholiue, the na
tural hair restorer andl imsing,as now imn
proved auct perfectedi, is the su'.ject of
general remark by till wvho have wtnessed
its t lects upon the human head. ol by
ao dtealers in dlrugs..
Tutnna s no tils'trae nit being p~oor.
the thinjg is to keep tiiitt antd not let
your litighbors K~now ainythinug about it.
The best at.vye iii tim~ worii l'or cute,
brises, soies, utcers, sait rhuun, tetter,
(happed hnuls, ciillaitns, cornfs anti all
kinds of skin eruiptionsi, etc. Ouet Uiienry's
Carbohne Salve, asi all others arc but, imni
TriE youniig matn wilo enti earry a tent
iol lair bill int his pockei(t withuout breaik
ing it. is safo enough.
Skinny Men. ''Welts' thealth Retnewer" re
tt'ros halth I, enres diyspaEps.ia, Iatuptnce. $i.
"Well~ts' i'.tuh ont (orns~." 15i0. Ask for at.
Quluek, comtptle cuirn. Colas, warts, bunions,.
WnavT word is there of fIve letters
that, tafter takimig two away, wuill still
hauve six. Sixty.
The hitt Or r'amnaang over tboot.s or
<h.os corriectedt with Lyon's Patent ILel
A conRE.5PONDENr refers to Oscar
Wilde as "at glucose disciple of the
Beautitnl.', This is the severest blow
glucoso has yet received,
Dr. Kline's Grtea, Nerve Restorer Is tibo
ain'vei (at Itih ago for~ ailt neryve diatiaet. A it
llis stoppi)t tree. Sceud to 931 Arch Street'
:awe a or rwat~a ters nd$ ot
ITS STOPPED FREE
I DR, KhINE'S G REAT
t~ilEA~l O~aY orI alifbetANIN AN E-v
as dlrected.I Kotaa0fter /irnidays us. t reutire k
$2 trial botl free to Fit enossthtey payite epres
charges 'on hotthen received. send noae,Pt.o.:,nd~
tpes ad dt ress or a tit ied l I nt.K IN t-,9b3t A reb
. S- EJIASTIO TRUSS
* itaaPad'ifietng ftornatothr,
1l eia t 'e ai l tin
SENISISLE jIititons of the boay, whit. the
T RUSS iitneA$ l~'*$o
ftwt to itaer 't l gtt
i anduathi antda raluce ceran. iii .as d rii
EOGLESTON TIRSSCO., Chicago,111.
I CURE FITS!
wthen I stay ctre I dto noct mneian merely to sto , them~
rtlt ine and ttnhatvc tita re tuaraa au Tn. Iou
iGEP'Y or F'AfItNGJ MIKt(NiM a life-tong study.
I warrhit an ' remedyot t) ourn the worst ensn,. nto
e.ause otthersi I :uvO faitled Is no reaisono for not now te
oivmng as cure. Scend at nce for a treatia andi a F~reo
Btatlt of mya infalilibie retmutd (live Exp~res and
postotflc. li ues vuon nuothia , fr a 1 rial,.nsod I wilt
unre yon1. A ddres i5r. ii. ti. nio r. lIM t'enrt St., N. Y.
7 ~t) A wt(EK. $42 adtayatahomeanaty maduee. Costly
U out fit free. AddaresAATnux & Co.. A urusta, Mo
Thiowe answerlug ant itvti sel Itmt
will conifer a Savor npon thse aecyiar,
tisert ate the peoblisher by staing
111,nt they Na5w III(e tverS'tisemeesti ut
Rheumatism, Neuralg , Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
More Thrnwelflgna1Srin 111t assime,
aurnvl, Posenlds, Wrongt tites,"
AND A6lj wTritit nOolIlY PAINS ANiD At'lES.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers eve where. Flit Cents& bottle.
litrettons fit 11 7oangluages.
THiE tloAni, A. VOtiI.It V0.
(succesiw 4. VOOLEK & Co . Itailluser. .it1.. :, 8. A.
A NOTE) 13UT UNTITLED WOMAN.
[1' in the Boston GobO..
The above Is a good likeness of Mrs. Lydia 1. Pink.
han, of Lynn, Mass., who above nil ot her human beingo
may be truthfully called tho "i)ear Friend of Woman,"
assonto of her .coresponients love tocall her. Sho
is zeatously duvoted to her work, which lI the otatcomo
of a life-study, and is obliged to keep six lady
assistant, to help ter answerthe large correspoindence
whieh daily pour.s in upon her, each hearing its -perlal
burdon of suffering, or Joy at reletie from it. H1er
Vegetable Compound is a medicIno f- or good and not
evil purposes. I havo personally invellgated it and
am satisfied of the truth of this.
On account of its proven merits. It is recomnended
and prescribed by thebest physLelans in the country.
One says: 1 It works like a charm and saves much
pain. It will euro entirely the worst form of falling
of the utertus, Leucorrhen, irregular and painful
Mienstruation,all Ovarian Troubles, Intianunation and
Ulcoration, Floodings, all Displacements anl the con.
sequent splal weakness, and is especially adapted to
the Change of Life."
It permeates every portion of the system, and gives
new lifoand vigor, it removes faintness, ilatulency,
destroys all eraving for st inulants, and relteves weak.
ness of the stominuel. It cures Illoating, Iendtches
Nervouis Prostrationl, tienIral Debilit y, Slteep)lWnss,
Depre.Aloni lnd Indhg-t i in, Tht feeling of bearing
down. eatiig pain. wognt nal backaclte, Is always
permnaently em .d by lits u-o. It will at all times, and
under nil cireamstanc., net In hurmtony with the law
that governs the feinul system.
It costs only $1. per bottde . r'x for $5., and is sold by
druggist'. Any advice required as to special veaes, and
the natues of many who hniwai been restored to perfect
health by the use of the Ye'.tablo Compound, can be
Obtained by Ulhresing Mtra. P., with stamp for reply,
at her home in Lynmi.
For Kidiey Complait of either sex this compoundis
unsurpsumed as ahunlint tatinmoninis show.
" h l'inkhamn'- iver litlt," mys ono writer, "are
thel best in the trlrd itur the eitro of Constipation,
litlouimess and Torpidity of the liver. Her llood
Puriter works r-onder' in its special line and bils fair
to equal the Comipound in its popularity.
All imut i-e-speet ier as an Angel of Mercy whose solo
ambition is to do good to othOrI.
l'ilarlelI'ln. Va. Mrs.A. M.D.
.THE CREAT CURES
s H-E-U-MA-TIS-M- i
Asit s for all the painfl diseasos of the -
E KIDNEYS,LIVER AND BOWELS. C
si It cleancca th e cyctem -f the norid poison
u that causes the dreadft suffbring which e
o olye the viotims of Itheumnatism can realize. ,
.t THOUSANDS OP OASES a
of the worst forma of thia terrible disease
,have been quickly relieved, and in aoot time
P ERFECTLY CURED.
PRCR $.LitD ORl DRY, ROLD lIY DR1'001STS.
Li- Dry can Ibo sent by mail.'
WELLS,IflICHARlDSON & Co., Blurlington Vt.
iiU P ERT' UN' Ci elb'atgett NIngle Ia-oeeli
LOadinlsg Mlaot Uuns~ at Pita up.
Double Barrel Brooh Loaders, S16~ Up.
E-orehand & attisworih Chaoke Isore liitn
gte fIsrects Lond.isa Unnes, at 614.00 up
M vzzienttel flrecels Loundln (lnn nat Pie.
tolssof inOsat alilrved Elnglinhant American matkes
All kIsade of pording Ianlernnsa and arti
eks reaiuredlb 14 a goda un, unmd Olttsunklers.
Usei n intor rol bydugss
3 he~vaor tli-h-styley ftratl to n
Sigrit h ut . t'
any u~lrer tih: l~ nerue i t'. , aai fire .
Useoi ti n. lti y11 drugiteuy
ofl thitl wnilEqul for an
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cuatl ialef~noren you pray
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other comil anlit) retai m
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money n Ubior rturne o erno. Shre,eipt 'h
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no w1.h wile Ite timn
wonme e win )oend u
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jargi megsosf a , ~Jelofc
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R HE U MATIISM!i
If you are a sufferer with this terrible disease, you Oarn
learn aomeothing to yonr interest by reading our new
pamphlet, which gives full particulars as to the cause of
Rthsnmatism and Neuralgia, and the mnanner of treatment
requirod to effect a permanent oure. Do not fall to read
it. Bent free en application. Address
RUP URE= = -'--vtsagarutete =e
AGEN4TMI WATED11I AUENTNI
JOSI Al l ULENS' #1FI%
"MlIUM RECEl A R DM' utoy." 20 it daty OOaailysohli
Wo wanst ant Aget in ovory town. Hondt for ciroitiarn,
tes and et oocy to Amxoeian Puebtishoing
*aynels Automatto enginese
reise. S.oW Parata gie
SThis NsY. SIn er,$20
au tpyHe Osgii erru
11c-o 12 at18 iltt tii Nib
Sio~eae cot pu ier 2k me,'. mtwale
Ale0 sent. on teat trial pftnI rii
id ra nt teoniotl im it
0.t'yn . 7o .7 hrd aw.Chcagi,
A MJONTH andum bourd.
HER BE TO-MORROW?
l.8 AND TIIER.M~OMET1lt (OMBINED~
E ".,. T T-.3's "T7Z
ototcorr etly a my ohatsto in the weather 12to 48hsoure
ht klaiaf t-o rm is aPproaching, antd freom whuat
tion ivlM ia an can plan thmoir~ work
toaro o ar u na i In T
ng.,mkn it a boa, rui as well no usema no.
go Stanope t e te good er tIm n 0 t
nI lost stor, Oin or e
p.Uulult te lt$~la o remit by mone y
rt~e B.hos aethma cos d10 n t a y~l
alde caved ltme many terf ot, nforetolag
ORTfloss atTeON Milwaukeg.
and igntre" e . Relae -Ueonk
nnre intnt1n ,r o t nC e on