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AOad a sde a Cery
potant d ry. oh eoet reo
turned fro1 ~t e 4A ot se.
oral mentis =, x r moU1m
talus in Arizona alongt ln Iron.
tier. -The Inv ' of two or 8
varieties o nous potatoss,
some of whIn nrioubtain
meadows, 6 unding e were
10,000 feet abovehe level of te;a. The
specimens were Abotit as largoas Wal uts,
and theyilweN #to- be-'distributed among
careful cuU~I*torsv tho will.espernment
with them for a gqber .of years to see
wLat- can be " Iefn. - Xe ' ial
home of-the pdtit h6 Idag ad nhtter
of dispute, but we 0o- now w ere one
home i1 to a cert . It Is a ong:Adh
probabilities atrn aesd Ar .na' tus
bore will comi a new and vigorous race of
potatoes to take the place of the short
lived varieties now grown, It is true we
get occasidedl beV lit fino Viarieties from
seed bhlJeo but aftoi all, they are fromt the
same old stock, the inheritants of disease
and constitutio e a ' s' ts proved
by the fact tha Tof nem dru dout''tter
a few years. Tney do not cease to appertr
in our markets because they are supersed
ed by - better varieties, but because they
cease to be produotive, Prof. Lemmon's
discovey will bq halled with, delight by
scientiftsYle world over,
PLowiNo GAR#XN8 IN WINTER- -orlods
of mild weather occisionally. occur during
the winter and where tl-e fall plowing
has been' omitted, it may profitably be
done later. The agency of fiost in making
the soll Cne and increasing its fertility, is
not sufliciently appreciated. If the soil be
trenched or plowed 'after the crops are
gatherli an.Jeft n deep furrows, nearly
twice te surf ace is exposed to the frost.
The alLernate freezing and thawing breaks
iown the coarse lumps and makes the
Plant food thein more available tor the
crops of thi coniming season. Plowing ai
this season also (tistlirbs t he wiutej re
treat of many 4nsects that will be destroy.
ed by ixposure to irost. The advantage
of working theadil-'n late tall and winter
is see.,6i the. ciltivattin ot celery. The
stirling of the toil in blanching the crop,
and the roigh shape in which the trenches
are lett, give the fros.t and rains a fair op.
portunity to imnpruire its tIlth, Frosts will
lue the soil monre iectly titan any tools
of Ihe Cultivator. t nuot only releases thte
inert plant tood in t:ue soil, but makes the
Mnalnke that is adLed iore availtbe loi
the crops 01 thu ne St tawon.
CtyTTIO FRD.-Thoituinds of fitrniers
feed their tock upon corn stalks, hay or
straw, thrown to them in the stables or
the yards. A large portion of feedso used
is Wasted, trampled under foot and soiled
and nale into manure. At least one-third
of the feed so tiued is lot and In many ca
ses one-Ialf of it is. jtf it 18 Citi up hy a
xideler cutter and ted with ronic meal, the
whole Is ised and there is no waste. Con
sider the nuvantage of this. A farmer
who keeps 10 cows on the wasteful plan
can teed 13 or 14 on the better plan. It
10 cows pay lin $500 in the year, lie will
have *010 to 700 lor the 13 or 14 fed on
tile anie lood wit lie will have four loads
of manure in place (of tinte. ilhiis is an
LAaT tall and witer an immense quan..
tiuty of Eauerkraut, was impjortedl froin Ger
mny, and was pronounced very superior.
Th'le Germane of Heating, Pat., prepare it
in a way that matny consider fair better than
mtir. othier tmethods. Theiy cut the cab
bage into long, thin slices, .reiioving the
atriingy core, and~ dto not apply salt, but,
ramii it down so tightly in stout barrels that
it is coveredl by its owli Iiuor. They theni
head upt the barrel, leaving a hole -in the
top so tas to adinit ot fermentation. in
(lertnany the cabbage is raiimned down by
a maeine propellett by steam, 'That re
eelveu )n this emintry' last, year came in
iltrees holding 610 gallons each.
A 0o.w 51nap1 itiuailly conies in eartly au
tunmn, after which there are weeks of the
linest, days in the yea(- It therof re pays
to take AomeO p)atis to p~rotCt tbe tOnder
plants durluk two or three frosty ighits,
t hat their ulom may be enjoyed af terward.
A liuht sheet, or oven news~paespreadt
overbeds of geranIums, coleus etq., vll
save them, A group of canuns may be
kept, In this way in its beatuty, white, if
lett uinprotcd,,the liixurianit growth is
cut down by the irost pad sooni becomnes
unsightly. Any on6 who'has' goiie to all
the care and toil of bringing tip a line bed
'af teindex' plaiits to perfection should cr
tainly uise every precaution to preserve the
pilants as long an posslie.
(JOunIA plaintetrs are learning to 1n'
te the methods et successful Northaern
farmers. They no longer grow cotton ex
elusisvely, but have this year harvested a
goodl crop of wheat andl the best, corn crop
that Georgia ever plodueced. iley are
thIs fall sowing Jaa'gel~' o01. wheate again.
with a view of making farming selt.sus
laining. A new thing in the cottoni region
is the traveling gin, propelled by steam,
and ginning and bahling cotton at Iariners'
doors, al ter the fashIon of Northerni steam
rTHE young man gosig into (lie breeding
of fine weol sheep should keep one or two
leading points In vieew. One is to buy
nothinmg second ol' third rate in quility' be
cause it Is cheap. It Ia better to have ten
animals of undoubted excellence than fifty
of questionable merit. A nother point'is to
at e that the breeders thus secured ax per
fectly free from dilsch'tf, and that the are
t romt equally sound parents. A start thus
miado Is well made, though it be much
more expensive thtan any other.
A .GoY of the war In Georgia Is a
plant called by the people Egyptiain clo
ver. It Is very hardy, kills out weeds and
other forage plants, is highly esteemedl by
stoek, aind affords abundatnt pastuirage
wvhere nothing else ill grow. if unmnol
ested It will of itself take possession of a
fildk and produce a sodl, requiring no seed
ing, cultivatIon or attent'on of any Ind.
8013 says e Southern paper, and, If true, the
plant 's a valuable on,
FmEDING.--It costs a godi deal t'i feed
a cow, a horse or an ox thbrough the long
Winter. If there is any -way by which
j food can be economized so as to make It
go further, It is evident that a Proportion
ale egving can hye modo. Andt tiereis
such a wy..
IN-buildings have warmthm with complete
ventilation; with curre'nts;but noorfietei idg
40 nor okver '70 dlegrees Fahrenheit,
A GsOD damp airy temperature wilt
caud6 aniinall to'consumb raord food with;
out corresionding result in bone, muscle,
STatLr feeding is bettet' for tat making
than bot or yard management, irrespec
tive of health,
s9W 04,0 over ithe ", bitrn
sura06a over wfthsw
clot, o- e :burinr, Au
.toe atrong brine or a s
ilad si W Aeed oit and
turpetiae ' ' doe is to
ience of the ".0 ver' ' ap -'
cation to make at once W' atablespoon
-fult of unsltedt lard, the p whiteuot one
eg, and' ateapoon ul- oookingsoda,
well mi'xed. - JMurns or scalds, Upon v th
face are best treated by applying muoi
lage or gumartblo. It forms a com
plete Jovering and obviates the use of
loths Repeat 'the application every
oen or-ittee minutes, uputil, thick; Sa
nloial skin lias been forped. - is 00o
transpirent'that the coudition of. the
burnt surface can be seen from day to
day. 'It- ultimately scales off and leaves
a new skin, perfectly smooth and fair.
How any motherse know that,,they
can knit up as well as down ?When
children have reached-the .agev oen
they wear out the knees of teiro ok
ings, and.the heels and toes also, the
ingenuity of womian must be exercised.
In thle most hopekess looking . stocking
there in usually a stri apple an eighth
of a yard long which in too good to
throw away, and yot is too much worn
to pay to ravel out an'd knit over; from
this then out off the ragged top and bot
tom, ttad knit up as well at down. 1f
you.cannot match the olor, dtie another
shad, or to iat brown strip knit a scarle
or grayish-brown top.'I
NontsE'S APnONs, to be woria whey
washing and. dressing the baby,, are
made of sofp fannel, with a de hefe
which may be fastced with a feather'
or cross-stitch; but useful ones of drabt
Ilannol are also much worn, Thess
apros should be made very - long, so
that is u s suddenly opened in the
tursery, the apron can be thrown up
over tho -baby, Aprons mnde of anton
danntel, with the soft ide for the right
side are inexp~ensive, and may be used
tu place of the upannel, although . that is
profored it the expense is not too great.
A NEW Way, to Many Cooks, to prpare
sausaiges for te table is to bake them.
Do not make anl objetion to this way of
ookug them until you have tried it
one and then I predit that you will
not think of so doing. Put them in a
qaking-tini. turning thlem when nlecessa
ry, ust as i You were frvig them.
orown them well; they are less greasy
thiand re ad ac altogether more
deliato in every way. rf possible, ap
pies in some formn should al ways accom
haty Sauage or pork o any knd to the
A HANDOM curtain or lambrequin up
be frtened to the bottom of tma e lowest
sheMf on at hanging ebony cabinet is
made of olive satin. It is about ten
ios dep; ia vino is painted on it of
bright but small iloware; the edge is
triemmred with a velvet band; it is straig ht
ast the lower edge, but scalloped at the
upper, It should be run on at the bot
tom, then turned, and the scalloped
part blind stitched on. The scallops
may th ofaso by011g. putting tevral
rowsu-tof ewn si aroun them. nCesac
thye st as yho ditnes iithaor.
scrl em el; heirelesk.e
coloifriedm orn wve altogethr quie
plasionable for hldn aday em
fonynd iahootprk any ki nd tolore
Ahs iAnDwarm crta or labein mo
pfopula Thyging genly worine wih
nhev deh;aie sirs fpaihnternitl of
theyh but bemailrnlwer; good efgecis
twmd~ith alvetfbaom; iotrastaighoor
or yo o the rshade, btsalpdatthg
thisr isnt soul enera a herl bet
ptont. Wturndec and scallarpof
art bulin sitced onrt, wT he jsceyop
maugh big ornmnte byiputie csurali
rwsofy'and il e artioun hm ac
theailket short i mdes of blcnned
allorw akpit or wogarend onrey aheapite
finale forl idreryn, ad mayhe
,ictom ilth canyz and colougr, a
thoe goine frn or blu mre, mont
disoivard, ine old geerally addn ih
heavy wfhite swan or; svirtnerialt thr
they may be wrne with ve good iffcs
oaeet o the fsamppor. athug
prty v~nprtty w op ufastan th cash-f
monn rendine or gsiurt esbtoieryt
atd ltlheid areull ~vti, thene
maurel hih n tie pthe mesure in
eual parts bf~iotlntwseadcos
wiseof. thequit iso mhadt of willne
miiarked. on'i 0qu1e Catl ofc lcorer of
theo sqar makl of sar anitnhapingl
tobe emod o erlil; ctch te
withisars in yillo itk is very asdte.
THiE r thuewe whl O aisO the ugr, outk
fh o it ay o anorormre il uni
istolvedr adae ;if hen hafas
year, t ter; trc tills in twotin the
together; lap Le t and snticold.h
mainetise man y be servdw wI a e ad ives
andot r o the rawedges, lheets
turned lnin to way sil (lalt isfo along
bTHE theve forsde cortiuonyhaoit, the
maorit, and divde the wildandr finl
eua parlos bwth ets ndroessr.
ivonf thsapuiehenso tha t itil bae.
mAroitnesqhas; abeach lornergh of.
theiqurehh a roista shl deidht col
doratiermet silk catc barewall
througimto quile sarkisAicardinal covered
with sars inlowrukus oertionoful.n
Laies shoulerf woes conste about1
itt pai.Toer ada tagihe hatirearmless
tshoulderi have notn uger evr
ymrs o ar cut a teeri tco ine
dte, anoman sA tew ouparie wile
togther stlep tinleand scitch Wha
evaoier te may be1)i0o swedm over
must ove 1cmohrtaedoped wihoth
arms fever ore cdorabtion18 ed uphan
majorit tof loople toh golo anfil
The arlorsugh rash budng paper is
iecaion.Appeeso handsom t isbrequhei.
aderobyalng han beiinc lsti of.
the-papero to forotden hat wth urses
hicadedo ais pt shpaind decie t
deothpie, treatmentoan, an bare vl
istine auhmeas andideepa ornes.vee
wiae icuofua colleoan of bakr'.brad
onr-alfospo.bte, h olso
fouries, opergoe ost abute savor
Sad. Theynon coive the eftred armn;
tilen sehoroughry wi nthin boligrwate
am ix unraefll, soe onevdi
Anhe b srain mnl ewdeparture iin
arteha frdor buttokederpoand
"1$0e dontl forgot, d 'to rdor
her (ha wo to
it, t 00 t.
tore pwas w
ooun Wu e oug
to t. =0a_..
and 1liaIy broughat up at ziome iua
haok! abo tQ , t;
his-' 1(e'ketpg 4,d
"0, 0dh did (io) Got
It about me, bet if. si e.
Ing in iM.ook 'and akidy to
remembe. Ma his wife was tal g
"Don'tshee wha's coin. of it, Lbm
me shoe?' neditatively, andthen bright
Dning up. "AS wha's matter; lef' tout
in (hlo) haolc. o
voria t Pr ela ton
The Ron. Peter Bowe is Bhoriff of the
City and County of New Yorr. Recently
In conversation with one of our reporter.,
Mr. Bowe proclaimed the f6llowing fact:
"I consider St. Jacebs '1il an excellent
remedy, and one that ought certainly to
Ind its way Into every hougellold. Mrs
Bowe always; has a bottle of it there, and
makes a family remedy of It."-tew
YoMk Evening, Telegram.
SoM one lifs said that conjugal af
rection largely depends on mutual con
fdonoe. A friend of ours quoted this
ientiment the other day in the smoking
room,,Afid ahddett that ho' fade it a rule
o tell his wifq everything thathappened,
md fi thiis'way they avoided any misf
inderstanding. "Well, sir," remarked
mother eintleman present, not to be
>utdne In generosity, "you are not so
)pen and frank as I am. for I tell my
wife a good many things that never
liappened." "Oh I" exclaimed a third,
"I am under no necessity to keep my
w;fo informed regarding my affairs. She
3an find out five times as much as I
know myself without the least trouble."
***"Do not grasp at the shadow and
lose the substance.' Kidney-Wort is able
to convert you from a shadow of your
former self into the substance of estab
lished health. Said a oufferer from kid.
ney trouble when asked to try Kidney.
Wort for a remedy. "I'll try it, but It
will be my last dose."' It cured him and
now he recommends it to all. It you have
disordered -kidneys don't fall to try it.
8&.Nothing so simple and perfect for
coloring as the Diamond Dyes, Fo:
carpet rags, better and cheaper than any
"No, I never invest in stoeks," an
swered the fat man, as he blow his nose
with a loud report and loaned back in
his seat. "Pethaps you prefer dealing
in grain ?" "No, sir; when I feel like
speculating I go to a regular poker
room. conducted in a first-class manner,
and lay down my money. It is far
more satisfactory to me." "How ?"
"Why, I know just how long it will take
me to lose $500 and get back to the
office, and I don't have to waste time,
puit up margins, run to the broker's or
lose any sleep."
Sin.vsnt CnEEK, N.' Y., Feb. 0, 1880.
GENTs -I have been very low, and have
trIed everything to ato advantage. I
heard your Hop Bitters recommended by
so miany, I conceluded to give them a trial.
1 d11(, and now am around, and constantly
hiuproying, and am nearly as strong as
ever. W. AI. WEIiElt,
T' RN ahon t is fair p~lay : -''Jiningi I
ihty say yumo gwiune f run to' jestice ob
Iue peaco, am dat a fae' ?' '-I did- hab a
iankrmn' dat a-way, she' nough; wha t's
yo' 'p~iin 'bout de miatter ?" "W~ell,
Junius. of turnabout's f'ar p'aiy, yume
jestilled in ye' puppus, ease yumo been
runinlil' away from de jest icer ob do
peace dlone seb'al years."
"llHi c- Pat iba"
Thew quick, completeoi cure, all annioying K lilnev,
ili.leir nuit I rmiary utist'ases. $1. I riaggists.
ClumrMAS all the year round: A gen
bleman stopping with some friends in
freland last Christmas questioned .the
sldest servant about the "family fairy,"
sf wich lie had heard rn timg durmng
his visit, The senior retainer said,
"Divil a fairy. your honor, since th.
old masthier dited I Ahi, thim was days !
it wats Christmas all thme year round,
Emnd shipreding butthmur on bacon ,and
whisky galore, be;;orrai I"
WVhat you are doing, It wIll pay you to soc our
great offer to azents. Nocan~vassina required.
No0 license nee sary as yeu manufacture your
ownt goods. A good chance to make mion-y.
A stamp will insuro a prompt replv. Addrss,
EATON & C., Washington, D. 0.
VEusATrrJTY: "Do you want to hie
an editor ?" inquired a dapple--facad
man with a prominenit nose, who had
just kicked a strong oak buttoni off from
the deer and walked in en us with the
gall of a map peddler. "No, not to
day. We are quite sober, thank you,"
was the gracious reply. "Don't ?"'
"Well, can 1 shovel in that pile of coial
down on the sidewialk, and what'le yer
Mother Swan's Woran Syrup.
infallible, t asteless, harmless, cathartieffor fo
verisiness, restiessness, worms, constij,at ion. 25o.
So very Scotch: Scotch Limird (to
poor portrait painter): "Ye muni ken
ma dochter's birthday is verra near,
and I promised her ma pictur'. WVeel,
I've just fund aine (0' somebody else) ini
a broker's window th~at'll do fine, and I
wuid like ye tae put a wheen feenishin'
touches tillt; as cheap as ye can, ye
Dr. Kline's Groat Nerve ilestorer Is the
mlarvei of the ago for all nerve diseases. Alu
-fi to i co.send to 931 Arch street,
A sulOoKING proposition answered:
"Pay that $10 to-day ?" "Why, my dear.
sir, do you expect a man to take Cbrist.
mas money to pay debts ? No, air!i no,
air I .[ still have a warm heart mn my
bosom, sir 1"
Ladies and children's boothsland shoes
cannot run over If Lyou's Patent Heel
8thtienors are used.
A RElAsoNABLE proposition: Peasant
--"I wish to get a. divorce; my wife
drinks too much." Priest-".Iow oan
you say suoch a thing, you ; who are
drunk evey day ?" Peasant..bf That's
just the reason. ~ohne oh.'ih thie f~nI
ly has got to be sober,"
A nols drop: .For a week' the refrain
hied besn that Tightnst weasinkng fast,
At last the neows came that all was over.
"Alais I' cried Fogg, "still sinking I"
Whio~ is ar 0 a
Mho Se 4 rlac W pre~mta m b~ q
- . egetine
wmu - MWo~aeF of Sorofula.
em pfysielan. and .eothecarie.
Seffetedsome lmarvelous cures in esse. 0
cur the worst ea. of canke,
Will ersdioate Salt Rheun from the system.
Oemoves Pimples and Rlumors from the face
lathe great 'medy for deneral DWebilitys
I acknowledged 15y til a a of people to be th4
b 4a0ad 14os reliable blood purl.
Ser In the World.
PhyrIteinM mW Apot eowpres Speask
'U4HouANDS a VOETINI is acknowledge4
andI repo 1m11011oil _sclaps and apotiooairte
to be the a r tid olbiuser of the bloc'
Yet discovered4 tho~usands speak in Its praisi
who havo en restored to health.
Vegetine is gold by All Druggists.
Dr. S. Silzbee's ExternalPiloeemedy
Gives instant relief and i an infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Sodb '1rgiotseverywihcre. Price, $1 00 per box
of onte rs by wthatcsa tri
For ale broe aDugwnt nd ealr endrally,
cho Th ysepBad orandfrli W otes rri
are nuevlr imitad uios uterc f te This
espe, they te n of thofamil whocne hand h
ratsiv proo byat thce froned aimia tates of proe
trhiheby value As Somach Bitthad bsen tsted
grante thate by the sholwo tat yop ttersm
weans theuestdb and ored. ubl aml
mediscne by aruth, man Deiaions genranglu
an rbgaho Btad th d oti rnwhthles es
especiallyetrue of ah founty medcinesad ithe
positv pof hat th aendiveryy tryngdi to tin
highestfern nval d s o ase ithair o s tusted,
axptin ro byakie wholey worl tha rt and goode
wasmte purest. b.s Mand orsstvale noum
putdipin onmiearte ton H.B.mitath sprngsly
advbegad t talm h oies in whch the " opr
meio H.p were used in avr way tn to inpol
toc subering inhaiyswere their astuop istead.
Ame fc prete ndeyemd othr startes, noatr
put upeinslr style o 18B, withesevaa'oushos
deie ae nwih the word "Io' r"Hp"i hop," 0am
or in any way conniected with tiiem or their name,
are imitations or counterfeits. Beware of them.
Touch none of them. Use nothing but genuine
llop Blitersq, with a hunch or cluster of green
h~ops on the white label. Trnslt notltug eise.
Driugglsts andi ilea era are warneil againt dealing
tonlintia tionus or couniterteits.
IS A SURE CURE
for ail diseases of the Kidneys and
Ithsspeciflo action on this most important
oranenabling it to throw off torpidityan
inaction, stimulating the healthy secretion of
the Bile, and by keeping tho bowels in free
condition, oibetig its regular discharge.
als dysei. orsipat id ey
In the Spigto cleanse the System, every
on9 .hod tetathorough course of it.
U- SOL.D BY DR UOISTB. Pricei I.
Two Pho(tos oi Bleautitul Laidles,10e. Illustraf.
ed! coataogue, 3le. J.DIETZ,teading,Pa.
YOUNG MEN',*arnTFLEoRAPnvlY rean
Cireulars free. VA L aNTI N lE H9., JianesviiioWis
EEJ ASTIO TRUSS
Hli adibrn lhother
ins te bd.hit te
GliBONTUSS 00..(",'- . 1. L
hU- wfte iN tertea.4ap
$5to$20Nd .>" -"4 I - ,
u s esoina.INPALIIL ke~E
ese awe m me eat wi
pub'Ithes' byista as at they saw the at
sea ..tem manad lenavaai Eaamlg apn.
V i. W 'i 'Lw" . "
t tidt jtW
fro*i hand to miouth' "Why that
very'sh uldi:s'He?'out loo 41I
was 'but U Mraite'edg onnetave
"There is hotw lsodlar lif hia livh
Iatid1 o uth.. 'me is tfte londh
USti hi the plice" f :
end in patry performani , A.di4*
cent exception to this is f nd i- Ete
Wortk wbicb q!rlablj _er meve
mnore. 9tf tlan it p4 11s., -e
single insta 1 red,
wrote an .t, to tp ro
tives. W. too b itters r, a pg thi
but without any goa. hn: st
heard of the virtue pf Eidvey- Wort.1
got a box and it has completely owrea W
liver complint." p
SWMake your old things look, like no:
by using the Diamond Dyes, and you wl
be happy. : Any of the fashionable colq
for 10 cents..
SYMrATHr:, Professor- Now, M
Snodkjns, you may criticize tie tlhm
J have, just .read.'- Snodkins--1
rather write a criticism, sir. I qan
talk so well as I can write." Profess
(who has waded-through Suodkin's si
theme 'with great difficulty)-66Thei
sir, I'm sorry for you.
MoNnos, Mion,, Sept. 25, 1875.
Olns-1 have taken op Bitteis for i
flaimniation of kidtieys and blfiddef.' It ha
done. for me what. four ddoas fdlied t
do. The ettcL of . lop Bliters seeine
like magio to me. W. I& OAtTER.
Ecoor: Lieitenant-'e ohn, r im
liotided for some time that my shiri
always come (rom the laundry one yee
too late. How is this?" John-" Ex
euse me, lieutenant, but your shirts ar
always so clean that I think it a pity I
send them to the laundry. and so I wet
them another week."
An old physician retired from practioM
naviog had place in his hands by a
East India :mIsstonary the formule of
simple vegetable remedy for the speed
and permanent cure of Consumptior
Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all throa
and Lung Affections, also a ppsitive, an
radical cure for 19ervous Debility nd' a
Nervous Complaints, after having teste<
its wondertul curative powers to thousand
of cases, has felt it his duty to make I
known to his sultering fellows. Actuate
by this motive and a desire to. relleye bt
man suffering, I wlU send free of ebarge
to all who desire it, this receipe, in Ger
man, French or English, with full direc
tions for 1preparing and Using. Sent b
mail by addressing with stamp, namin
this paper, W. A; Noyes 149 Power'
Block, Rochester, N,
Tun difference: A young gilded (oi
as they say now, nickel-plated) yout:
of New York ordered a pair of paiytf
loons of his tailor and returned them a
too tight. "You told me to make ther
skin-tight," Raid the man. "Yes," aai
the youth, "but I can sit down in m
skin and I can't in these."
A Care qf Pnewanonta.
Mr. D. H. narnaby, of owego, New York, says thb
his daughter was taken with a violent old whioh to:
minated with pneumonla, and all the beat physieian
gave the case up and said she could not live but a foi
houreat moet, She was in thi, condition when a frien,
recommended Dr. Wim. Hau'a Baisam for the Lung
and advised her to try it. Bae accepted it a a ian
resort, and was aurprised to 'And that it produced
ma'rked change for the better, and by persevering I
its use a permanent cure was eirected.
Oharles Jones, of Elizabeth. Spencer oounty, nd,
says: "I have dealt in medicine a number of yearn
a nd will nay thit Dr. Rtoger' Vegetabie wVormu syrul
is the ust valumalo mediclno I ever soid.
A MlISSING kiss: When Brown falle
to catch the young lady who slappe
his hands at Copenhagen, Fogg remarn
ed1 that it was quite a marine disaster
"A smack lost, you know." he explaine<
in answer to tihe interrogating glance
leveled at him from all sides.
Murder will out, so will the fact tha
Carboline, a deodorized extract or petro
lento, the natural hair reuewer and resto~
er, is the best pregaration. ever mnventet
and excels all other hair dressings, 'a
thousands of genumne certificates riow ir
our possession abundantly prove.
As to red hair: Red-headed studmi:
to professor: Professor, wlhy is itthe
you niever seemn to recognize me on tb
street ?" Professor: "Well, Mr. X , tb
truth i I am slhghtly color-blind."
Pure cod liver oil, tromi selectcd livere
on the seashore, by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
LN. Y. Absolutely pure and sweet. : Pa
tients who have 'once taken it prefer It ti
all othersa Physicians declare iit muperio
to all othet oils. -- - -
Chapped hands, face, pimples and rougl
skin cured by using -Juniper Boap, makt
by (Iaswell, Hazard & Co.,* New York.
~SOCIAL equiality: We do not see ho'
the blacks alnd the whites cain be place
on exactly the same foosir.g, unlesi
about six miches are.sawed off. the -fe
of the former.
Rheumatism quicly cured I Send stamn
for free prescription. R. K. Heclphenstlne
Washington, Dl, C.
A coistru'rz lassie: A little Augile
ta three-year-old girl rebuked her moth
er for alluding to -a black cat. Sh
said it was a "colored" cat.
VKOETINE Is the great health restorer
composed exclusively of barks, roots an
herbs. It Is very pleasant to take; ever
child likes it.
Two grand divisions: About this tim
the public is divided into two elassee
One asks: "What shall I give?" an
the other, "Whatt shall I get ?",
"Rough on Rats."
Clears out, rats, mice, roaches, fies, ants, het
bugsw, skunks, chipmunks, gophers. 150. Druggiati
SrnwronAnrn and very pretty oovei
ing for the sofa pillow in the commo;
sitting-room are made by usir~g tl
plaid or striped Turkish .towels wloe
are so inexpensive and yet - so .pleasin
to the eye..
To Thake a delicious Scotch abortbreas
take half a pound of flou,. the same c
sugar', also of butters 'melt' the sugd
and butter togefhei- and then add ti
flour alittle at a thiae,
Dr. FifchotS lies ihown' At the 1Berll
Anthropologieal jgjeoey - (oise anchor
skulld foun'd in' the Cauo ' ah ,dlst riel
They are believed to af->rd ,pooi qf . ,
existence of .the taee o leli 11'oc~i
described by ippoeratpv h h'ese
largeand extremely lon or biglt in' idr'
an effect believed to be dune to bandIaghb
in tarly infancy.
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THE GREAT BLOOD PURWIER
a sound itea stroi boae su
0%easn I ok ild fa v irmdrn,
our bones soun without carles, and your ulu
10uion fair, imp
Radway's Sarsaparill Ian
A renmedy composed of ingredients of etianr.
dAry medical properties essential to purity,
he rand Invigorate lhe broken-down anl
wstedbooey--uiox PLAsANT, SApa andPsaxi
NXNT Ilk I aentand eftre.,
. No mt What name the ozdiilaint niay be
deal nted, wether It be soro consum ion,
lis, uloers, sores, tumors, b a , or
rhea# dsases of the lungs, dys,- bd
ue ,kinliver, stomach or b we s either
0h o sutional, the virusis the Blood
hsuppliesthe waste and builds and repairs
It tse oganm and wasted tissues of the systein.
If the blood s unhealthy, the process of repair
must be unsound.
The SarsapaerIfian oso0 0 ent
Notobly is aoomphsating remedy, but secures
the harumouous action of eao .of the orns. it
establishes throughout the entire system fauotion
a) harmony - and: supplies the blood ves.
sels' with a pure and healthy current of
new life. Tng SKIN, after a few days' use
of the Sarsaparulian, becomes clear sud
beautifuL Pimples, blotches, black spots abet
s0in erupt no are removed; sores and ulcers soon
cured. Pess suffering from scrofula, eruptive
diseases of the eyes, mouth aers, legs, throat and
lands, that have accumulateld ind spread, either.
rom uncured diseases or mercury, or from the
use of corrosive sublimate may rely upon a cure
if the Sarsaarilan Is continued a sufiliout time
to make its mpression on the system.
One bottle contains more of the active prinet
ples of Medicines than any other Preparatiou.
'aken in teaspoonful doses, while others require
fve or six times as much.
One Dollar a Bottle.
R. R. R.
Radway's Ready Relief1
The cheapest and Best Ifedlefne for
Fafmily Use In 6lhe World.
In from one to twenty minutes never falls to
relieve Pain with one thorough ap lication:
no matter how violent or excruclating the pain,
the Rheumatic, Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crippled,
Nervous Neuralgic or prostrated with disease
m u Ar, ROVAY' READY RELIEF will
ord instant ease.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER.
INFLAIIu&TION OF THE BOWELS,
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS,
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA,
COLD CHILL8, AGUE CILLS,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST BITES,
BRUISES, LUMBAGO, SCIA TICA,
COUGHS, COLDS, SPRAINS,
PAINS IN THE CH EST, BACK
orLIMBS are instantly relieved.
IN ITS V.A.IIOUS FORMgg,.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for 50 ets. Thbere Is
not a renledial agent in this world that will cure
Fever and Ague, and other Malarious, Ilhious
Scarlet Typhoid 'Yellow and other fevers (idedl
by RA WA'S i'LLh) so quickly as RAD\ AY'jM
It will In a few moments, when taken Internally
according to the directions cure Cramp, pasms~
Sour Stomach, Heartburn, hick Headach Dypp
lal Palpitation of the Heart, Cold Chills enys
Pains In the Bowels, Dlarrhwa Dysentery, Clc
Wind In the Bowels, and all Internal Palm,. Clc
Travelers shonld always carry a bottle of R AU
WAY'S RAY RELIB.F with them. A few
drops in water will prevent sickness or pains from
chang of water. It is better than French Brandy
or Bitters an a stimulant.
be r drad Luanberneen should always
Perfect,Put'gative, Soothing. Aperi..
Onts, A~ot without Pain, Always
Reliable and Natural
A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE F'OR
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
mpurge, regulate, purify, cleanse and strong
RA D1AY'S PILIs for the cure of all disorders o 1
the Stomach, Liver Bowels, Kidneys Bladder,
F~emale Complaints, Nervous Diseases, l'Ass of Ap'
petite, Headache, Constipation, Costtveness, fnndi
ebstIonDsepi, Biliousness, Fever, Innlamma
ona of thBoes Piles, and all derangements of
the Intefnal Viscera Purely vegetable, contin
ingp mercury,t mierals, or deleterious drugs.
from Disases of tlieoDg tv~gne ptom st 1)u1.
io'Inward PileS, Fullness' of lood In the
edAidit of the Stomach, Nausea Heartburn,
Di t o oodFullness or Weight In the"Sto.
thnat, corEuttons Siki or' lIutteringat
th er.Choking or Sufferi Sensations wheu
Webs eforte h t Fever and dull Paun in the
Head, Dedfoienof ierspitation,.Yellowness of
ieSkin and EysPas in :the Sido, Chest,
ibahd Sudde lushes of Heat, Burning mn
A few doses of RADWAY's Putsr will free the
systemn from all the above-named disorders.
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Pniee, 55 Vents Nor Box,
BEAD "FALSE AND TRUE."
Send S latter stamp to RaDWAYr & Co, NJ. aS
Warren, Cor. Church St., Neor York. '
liformation worth thousanha will be sent
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Ble "RADWjyjj" is o04 what you buy,
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