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Davos CATLE -One who sem a herd
of Devons for the arst time is struck witi
their extraordinary beauty iad uniformity,
and sees at once that tney differ from eve
ry other breed, or stock of cattle with
Nbich he is acquainted. They are pf a
brilliant, rich mahogany red, without
white . upon the body, but with white
switches to their tails, and frequently with
white udders. Though heavy in carcase
they are light.limbed hd the older cows
low-set. Their heads are small and clean
cut, elegantly placed and carried high,
while they are adorned with Jong, light.
tapering white horne, curving upward and
outward. Their throats are clean; withera
thin, neck free from dewlaps, chests very
wide, and briskets projecting and hung
low. In girth they are large for their
height; very thick through the heart, and
unequalled in the crops, which point car
ries the tuliness of the shoulaers back to
the ribs without perceptible depression.
The backs are very level riom the withers
to the setting of the tails, which are long
and delicately tapered. The loins are
wide and iitacular; the nips wide apart,
the back long to the rump, while the thighs
are long to tae hocke,and in the twist well
let down, Vet m the lower parts they 'are
thin, giving room betieen them for capa
cious uduers. The soft flanks are usuAlly
very low, giving the barrels a cylindrical,
level looK upon the under line. Devon
are commonly heavily coated, and the hair
is wavy, it not pubitively curly in many
cases. The skin is plastic and mellow
under the touch, even when the animal is
In low condition, but when in good order
it is t pically fine,not thin and papery, but
elastic and yielding under the pressure ot
tLe finger tips, and offering a mobile, unc
tuons handlul if grasped over the ribs.
The Akin color varies, but not a few show
a rien credm color, inclining to orange
under the lore-arm, and in the ears. Add
to this description that the legs are short,
small-ioned and clean, that the whole
style ant carriage are elastic and gracefui,
with a proiptuess and energy rarely seen
in neat Cattle while the large. lVIely yet
placia and learless eye indicates at once
mteligeuce, confidence and repose.and we
have a Picture of a high-bred, beautifui
and useful race of cattle, such as has no
equal anywhere. The oxen are much
truiLied, vety quick In their movements,
las, waluers aiin(I untiring workers. The
cows are deep milkers.
A succiRseif. Irtit grower thinks that
many apifle trees are set too near together;
two rous apart is near enough, The land
f or an orchaid nust be kept in good con
duiton. He top-dresses his oichard once
In thr(e years, principally wilh a thick
coutizg of straw. le all(wa hogs to run
in his orehard, and plows the land unill
the irees are Eo large as to inteifore with
such a practice. Last year lie picked 45
barrels of Greeings from four trees. Or
chards thrive best near bodies of water.
Trees should be judiciously trimmed while
young. Many trees are injured by over
prunmg. Trces should be grafted when
they are from one Inch to one and oLe
half inches in diameter.
THE general chareter of Dakota land is
iolhng upland praire. iiterspersed west
of the Miouri by the bioken butte formna
tions, and traversed from northwest to
southeast by a low, and narrow chain of
iiountains. Throughout almost the entire
Territory there Is ea anbundance oF kaine
salts and lime constit.ents which haive
renidere:i Daikota famious for the remarka
ble excellence of its cereaul product:ons,
espiecially in the lRed Ri vern Valley. The
soil is a black lon', rangimg from fifteen
inc to three leet In defpthi, and possesses
lpeculiar and extraordinary force for rais
inig whseat, ___
OIWmNA RY cattle enni be bred without
horiie by raising the skin over t.he horn
at. Bign oi its first appeairance on the calf
anid applying a hot iron. Then the flap
should be restored, the little wound soon
heals and the owner has a p'lled animal
in prospect, from whi"h horniess cattle,
it is said, can be bred wittiout ainy repe
t.ition of this operation. The operatiorn is
also stated to be much less painful and
dlangerouis than castration. The hardi
ness ot Poiled cat,tle is likely to miake
them popu.ar on the p)lains where such
cattle are desirable if any where.
G.REAT care is requiiredl in beginning to
fatten shcep particularly if they enter
winter in peoi condition. Most generally
thilniose of flesh is the sIgn not of mnauflu
clent heeding but of poor digestion. it re
quires very careful feeding to bring a
sheep in this condition so that it will eat
heartily and lay on flesh rapidly. As a
ruie, the stronger and fatter sheep are
when feeding is commenced the more
rapidly they will gaim andi the greater
wvili be the profit.
CHEEE-MAINGon the lactory system is
about to be undertaken on a large scale in
Canada by Mr. George Morton, who is sla
ted to have apportitoned out 224 farima into
holdings of 1961 acres each, each of which
lie will stock with 30) cows. Lt narrow
guage railway will run through the entire
estate. A statIon will be built on each
farm. By these menus the whole of the
milk can be carried to. one central factory
twice a day. Tis is the largest under
taking of the kind which lias ever been
TliE SEAsoN's Wonir.-Wood ashes,
guaino, or any prneparted manure, is pre
ferable to barii-yard or stable manure,
the two latter generally contalning many
seeds of weeds. Poles and rods for
beans and peas should bes made resdy
for use. Forcing beds, with growing
crops of lettuce, radish, etc., will require
P9OULTrnY.-A writer to a tarmer paper
,:tates that last July he purchased twelve
liens and two roosters, the total cost being
$8. Trho result Is f y heatd of fowls On
hand, ten 801(1 at 95 cents each, twelve
eaten and ninety dozen eggs sold at thirty
cents per diozen. The outlay was $2 for
Lima beans, like onuions, arc an excep
tion to the general rule that rcquires ro'a
U. ~ tion in farim crops. Isaac Eyro stated at a
Pennsylvania agricultural society's mieeting
recently that the Landreths have raised
imuas on thie same ground for many yeass
with much the samne experience as results
from raising onions in the same way.
ANEw JERsEY farmer sa been convin.
cueof scab In pototee9. He has always
fudthese wormis in the hills of potatoes
fertuldr use no iresh manure or other
erliesthat contain these worms.
.Anothecr employment for air has been
patented in England by Mr. 8troudely,
who proposes to work railroad signals
situated at long distances by means of
o'npressed air instead of by wires as at
* In Liege a company has been formed to
purify sewage by filtering it through slag
wade in the manufacture of mild steel, It
Is said that the slsg can afterward be made
av.iiable as manure.
WITER OLTHNG.-The housekeeper
should not forget that cold enerates
more than want of food. A person
starves by cold as much as by want of
food, and it is perfectly correct when
one says he is starved with cold. Food
werTm the body, and more food Is re
quired in cold weather than in warm,
because there is a greater waste of heat
from the body in winter, and this con.
sumei the food. If, then, one is ex
posed to great cold the body becomes
stunted and starved. This is the reason
why animals do not grow in the winter,
and hildren and persons are quite as
subject to these influences as any other
animal. The lower hmbs, the stomach,
and the back between the shoulders are
tie parts most easily and injuriously
affeoted by cold. Young children should
have tight fitting garments and a double
thickness of flannel stitched into the
back ot the upper garment of either old
or young will protect the lungs and
save a gi eat loss of heat. The feet and
ankles should be kept warm and dry.
Those who are required to go out into
the snow should have their boots made
water proof, and wear a thick and dry
woolen knitted stocking. Socks are au
unfortunate fashion. The long stocking
is much better protection, and it the
drawers of cluldren tie or button close.
ly below the knee they will be well pro.
teoted from the cold. Underclothing is
better than extra over clothing. The
warmth is required at the skin, and the
su in is better and more regularly and
ov.4taintly warmed by underclothing
than by outer garments, which aro
sometimes thrown off wheu they should
be kept on. This is particularly worth
noting by women who are so often
required to go out from a warm room
into the cold outer air when the keen
wind is blowing and who will not be
bothered to put on a shawl or a warm
TIOMAs JPFEISox's PPRIMMON
Bzza.-As the Georgia persimmon crop
pronses to be exceedingly good this
year, we give the following receipt of
tnm great founder of the Democratic
party, Thomas Jefferson, for the manu.
locture of persimmon beer: S weet, ripe
persimmons, maned and strained, one
Uushel; wheat bran, one and a half bush
ela. Alix well together and bake in
loaves of convenent size. Break them
in a clean barrel and add twelve gallons
of water and two or three ouLoes of
hops. Keep tho barrel in a warm room.
As son as iermentation subsides, bot
tie oil the beer, having good, long corks,
and place the boitles in a low tempera
ture and it will keep and improve for
COTTAOE PUDDINO.-Three eggs, two
cupfuls of pulverized sugar, four large
tablespoonfuls of butter, half a pint of
sweet milk, one pint of flour, and two
teaspoonfuls of baking powder. Work
the butter to the lightest possible
cream, beat the cgga separately, and
mix the pudding the same as in direc
tions for cake-making. Bake half an
hour. This quantity will make two
cakes of the proper size. There is no
better recipe than this for this favorite
pudding. To be served hot, with bran
dy or other sauce.
TnE panadas or broad jellfes are good
a(I juncts to the candles and nourishing
drmnks wvhen the system is not in a con
dition to receive solid foods, and yet
reqmures other than hiquid nutriment.
They are bland and digestible fnods,
sutable in nearly all stages of illness,
and nutritious and stimulating in accor
dance with the adnmixtamre of other in
gredients with the broad used in making
WVaKAT COPFEEn.--Wheat coffee, when
properly prepared, mnakt.e a wholesome
and nutritious beverage. War,sh the
wheat through two or three wvaters,
then boil till quite soft, drain the wa
ter off, and brown in a skillet, siwrmg
all the time, till the wheat is a dark
brown color. If one-fourth genuine
coffee is added, it is superior coffee;
both rich and finely flavored.
WHEN flowers are not to be had, a
lovely mass of green may be p)roduced
by taking small branches from any tree
ini fresh leaf and1( putting the cut ends in
jars with water and charcoal; the mouth
of the jar is then olosed with a lump of
potter's clay, and the branches are kept
clean and beautiful for a long time.
HoT alum water is the best insect do
st.royer known. Put the alum into hot
water and let it boil till it is all dissolv
ed; then apply the solution hot to all
cracks, closets, bedsteads and other
places, where any insects are found,
Auts, bedbugs, cockroaches and creep
ing things are -killed by it; while there
is no danger of poisoning the family or'
CunninD CHICKEN,-- (ut a chicken in
p)icctos; put the pieces in a stewpan with
one onion, in which you put a clove.
Add some white broth, suilliint to coy
er the pieces. Th'le chicken being
cooked, make your sauce with the broth.
Deat twvo inches of curry wvith two yolks
of eggs and a tablespoonful of cream,
and1( thicken your sauce. Arrange your
chicken on a p)late with a border of rice.
You can, if you like,-mix the rice with
the stew. Some people prefer it.
MArmNe COFMEE,--The favorite recipe
at Delmonico's: Heat the grounds hot
in a mnespan, one tablespoonful for
each persol. and one for the pot or ket
tle; then pour on boiling water, one
cupful for each spoonful of coffee.
Cover tight and stand where it will keep
hot, but not boil, for fifteen or twenty
minutes. TIhen strain into the cups.
Th'le coffee should never be boiled.
"Coffee boiled is coffee spoilod."
To PnOrTeRT AN .lRONING BOARD.-TO
protect the ironing board from dust,
take two paper flour sacks, cut the bot
tom off from one, and paste this one to
the top of the other to make the requir
ed length;'when done slip this over the
board. The outer covering of the board
need not be taken off after using if this
care is taken, and much time is saved.
FoA.no SAUcE. -Take one cupful of
butter, two of powdered sugar, whItes
of two eggs, five tablespoons of sherry
wine or bi andy, and a quarter oup1 boil
ing water. Beat butter and sugar to a
cream, add the whates of the eggs, one
at a time, unbeaten, and then the wine
or brandy. Place the bowl In hot wa
ter and stir till smooth and frothy.
QUIcKLY MADE PANA.DA (a nutritious
food, slightly stimulating).-Put olwer
the fire half a pint of water, a tablespoon
ful of sugar, and a very littla grated
nutmeg. As soon as the water boils
stif :si one tablespoonful of finely gra
ted biread-crumb , and boil the panada
fast for five minutes; then add to it a
glass of wine, and use it hot.
Tn latest cheap and effectual cabbage
sand currant worm killer is a pound of
commoen alum diseolved in three gallons
of rm water.
Som of our city stores ore oonstantil
annoyed by children -coming to ,thi
door and asking for cards, empty boxei
and that sort of thing. The clerks are
of oourse, down on the youngsters, ani
the warfare never ends. The other daj
a little girl opened a store d6or, anc
stioking her head in called out:
"Say, mister, have you got aiy emp
"No," said the ol4k, not very polite
"Got any cards?"
' Got any almanacs ?"
"Got any empty bottles ?'
"Got any pictures ?"
"'Got any sense?"
"No-yes-no--yes-- you miserablk
little wretch," and the clerk flow out o
the door, but the youngster was up iii
the next alley mlikiug faces at him, and
he came back madder than he had beeo
since his salary was reduced.
A hotel clerk named Briscoe,
Stumped his foot out in 'Frisco,
It hurt him like thunder,
But the pain was got under,
By St. Jacob's Oil rubbed on his toe.
A conductor who lives at Belair,
Got hurt, being thrown on a chair,
They took him away,
But in less than a day,
St. Jacobs Oil made hum all square.
"CorFm I coffee I Did you ask if I
would have coffee?' replied a guest at
a Cleveland hotel the other day.
'Yes, sir," whispered the waiter.
"Have you coffee mixed with chicory?"
"And beans and peas?"
"Is your coffee blaok as night and
thiok as mud ?"
"It is, sir."
"Lukowarm and flat as dishwater ?"
"That's it, sir."
"Warranted to give a man Bright's
disease and enlarged liyer inside of four
"We positively guarantee it, sir."
"Then for Heaven's sake bring me
three or four cups of it, for it's a whole
year since I've had a chance to get hold
of any genuine hotel coffee."
l*"Necessity Is the mother of Inven
tion:" Diseases of the liver, kidneys and
bowels brought forth that sovereign reme.
dy Kidney-Wort, which is nature's normal
curative for all those dire comDlaints. In
either liquid or dry form it is a perfect
remedy for those terrible diseases that
cause so many deaths.
AW& pint of the finest Ink for families
or schools can be nade from a ten-cent
package ot Diamond Dye. Trv them.
]Rv, Mn. TALMAOE says the human
race started with men ten feet high and
now the average is five feet six inches.
At this rate of shrinkag we suspect that
a few million years hence men will av
erage six inches no feet high and still
not be any "shorter"-when asked to
pay a bill-than many Americans of the
present day. It was a wise provision of
nature to reduce a man's height from
ten feet to five feet six inches. In olden
times he couldn't enter a door without
bumping his head and spoiling his
high silk hat or else doubling himself
up hike a croquot wicket.
A good .Bapt:et clergyman of Ber gen,
N. Y., a strong temperance man, suffer ed
with kidney troubie, neuralgia and dizzi
ness almost to blindness, over two years
after he was told that Hop Bitters would
care him, because he was atrald of and
prejudiced against "Bitters." Since his
cure he says none need fear but trust im
Tinur met on Woodward avenue yes
terday, When they kad remarked~ on
the blizzard one of them said:
"Oh. say, my wife told me to express
her thanks to you."
"For what ?"
"Why, she fell down somewhere along
here the other day andi you kindly as
sitted her. I also do--"
"Don't meoution it-all a mistake
thought it was a pret ty milliner up the
street I" interrupted the other, and they
1Nothing Like It.
No medicine has oven boon known so offectual in thei
cure of all tilose ,iasies arising from an imopuro con
dition of the blood asasoovil's saraapartila or nlood
and Liver Syrup for the cure of scrofu~ , White Hwol,
tngs. inhoumatism, Pimples, lotch, . Rvn,i ons, ve
nreal Sores and I -iseas.es, Consu,mption.ooitro,iBoils,
ncer,, and all kindred dilseases. It purinies thesys
temn, brings ceoor to the' cheeks and restores the suff.
erer to a norn al condition of health and vigor.
It ia asserted that the ordinary cosmetics used by
ladies are productive of great miscief. we believe
this is so. and that a better means of securnlmg a beau,
tiful comr'iexon i, to uise some good blood medichn,
like scoviil's Blood and Liver syrup which cleauses
the biood a..d gives permanent beauty to the skum.
FAult a flimsy thing: Goldmiark, the
Viennese composer, in traduced himself
one day to a good-looking young lady
sitting Opposite to him in a railway
coupe: "My name is Goldmark: I am
the composer of the 'Quee'n of Sheba'
"Ah," replied the young lady, "what a
remunerative position that must be."
NERVOUsNESS, and all dorangemients of
the nervous system, are usually connected
with a diseased condition of the blood. De
bility is a frequent accompaniment. The
first thing to be done Is to impro,ve the con..
dition of the blood. This is accomplished
by taking VEGiTINE. It is a nerve medi
cine, and pxossesses a controlling power
over the nervous system.
As we grow old: Translated from the
Omniliua-"but, mother, must I with
Mr. Smueckle dance, and lie so very o.d
a man?" "Old man i Have I not myself
in my single daysi often and much with
him danced, and myself never about
his age troul?led ?"
"flouigh on lats."
Clears ot rats, mice. roaches, flies, ants, had
bugs, skunks, ehipmunkcs, gophers. i5c, Druggists
Hlomit sugar-con ted: A Now York
divorce lawyer's advertisement reads:
f Hymeneal mocompatibihitIes, as a spec
iity, carefully adjusted. 'Tis slave
to detain the hand after the heart h
Ladies and children's boots and shoes
caninot rtun over if Lyon's Patent Heel
Stiffeners are used.
AN old saying ax.alyEod; The pen may
be mightier than the sword, but when a
religious editor has a rivet fitted to a
couple of swords he can beat a dozen
of pens getting up original matter.
Dr. Kine's Great ldervo stestorer is the
marvel or the age for all nerve diseases. A'l
fits eppd tree. Send to 931 Aroh litreet.,
P" ixl6he Bo od, Peno"stes a d aU '
Vgorates the Whole System,
L11 MDIOAL PFAnIMS ABU
Altbrativel. aio. Solvent
VZOMTN" I made exolusvely from the juices of
earofully-seleoted barla roots and herbs and so
at concentrated that it will effActuaily eradi
e the sytem every taint of Mrofala,
r0rlloes W118110ort Tistno'i, hanoes
"aMOO0% 1 n0r, Eryepella%. 11ala
RhesM. fyphlifie Diseases. clanker,
Falutnesi at the ftonneh2 and all diseases
atarlse fron im ure blood. Relation, Ino
R"ana1111ory a atronle RhouLuatlen,
NearMlila, Goull slid Hpinall Conne.
lafts, can only be effectually cured through
For Uleers and Eruptive Diseases of the
SkIn, P tutes, linjiales, Blotches.
Boil, Tetter, ealdiead and Binge
- os a, zGTINs has never failed to effect a per
L For Falue in the Back, Kidney Con.
latnte. Dropsy, Female Weakness,
"ascorrhiee, arisIng from internal ulceration,
L and uternt diseases an (eseral Debility,
YXdETINE 4t directly Un 'the causes Of these
comlaints. It invigorates and strengthens tho
whole System, acts upon the secretive organs, al
lays i liou,'oures uloefatLon And regutes
For Vatliar". "YopelP4 Ifabitual
Vo ti e Is, Irtopitation of the Heart,
Ifead . . Net'outness, and
General ifaostra-loss of tme Nervous
hystepi, no medicine has ever given suob rr
feet sitifaotton 0s the VxorrNs. It pur ites
the blood cleausee.all of the organs, and es
a controllix eer over the nervous ay sem
The rem rable cures effooted by 'VX
ITINE have induced many physicians and apothe
caries whom e know, to proscribe and use It In
their own famili es.anusith
In fact ,.IfxmTNE is the best remedy yet dis.
covered for the above dis6aaes. and is the only re.
liable is 9OD P11RIESH yet ulaced before
Vzoirinz.-The great succes of the ViRosTIN
as a clenaser and purifler of the blood is shown be
youd a doubt by the great numbers who have
taken it, and received Immediate relief, with such
Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists.
IThe Bad and Worthless
are never finaed or coU?rfeted, This is
especially true of a family medicine, and it is
positive proof that the remedy imfated is Of the
highest value. As soon as it had been tested
and proved by the whole world that Hop Bitters
was the purest, best and most valuable family
medicine on earth, many imitations sprung up
and began to steal the notices in which the press
and the people of the country had expressed the
merits of H. B., and in every way trying to in
duce suffering invalids to use their stuff instead,
expecting to make money on the credit and good
name of jL. B. Many others started nostrums
put up in similar style to IL B., with variously
devised names in which the word " Hop," or
"Hops" were used in a way to induce people
to believe they were the same as Hop Bitters.
All such pretended remedies or cures, no matter
what their style or name 1s, and especil.ly those
with the word "Hop' or "Hops" in their name
or In any way connected with them or their name,
are imitations or counterfelts. Beware of them.
Touch none of them. Use nothing but genuIneI
Hlop Bitters, with a bunch or cluster of green
Hops on the white label. Trust nothing else.
Druggists and dealers are warned against dealing
In Imitations or counterielts.
HE OEATCURE I
SAs it is for alt the painful diseases of tne o
E KIDNEYS,LIVER AND BOWELS. j
te It oleanmee the sytem of the acrid poison g
a thart caucceo the dreadial suffering which ,
o only tihe victims of Rlheumatism can realise. 2
$ THOUSANDS OFCASES . 5
om the worst forms of tat terrible disease
is have been quickly relieved, and ins short time i
l.PRICF., $i. LiQUID on DRY, soLDn DY DnlUc0ss
4 - Dry can boset by malil.
Invalids, broken down in health and spirits by
chtrontc dvsp pia or suffering froim the terrible c
exhaustion tht olows ihe attacks of a cute die.
cale, the testimony of thousands who have been I
raised as bya mracle from a similar state of pros. I1.
tration by Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters, is a sureg
uaranie yb ty ie samne means you, too, may^
For sale by ail Drggists and Dealers generally.
riotavyoiar uSrEoI oa o r To
Iteivsa., onemrn,atc,hap..ed ans ork.s
eyo,ec. leline.m 8cbua g tS.Akour
A*..,"P pohi,ako for tie Se dsae by 9t
nuced t8snd ofr cea N oN tm or ., Phid a., ofla
TeadKhose bnswedin an advertnisent; t
Wilone tat! wislupend ihavrtee 0
antheit, p AubJler byTtl,a,jtton thda te
naananar mantime- .Ta* o
A esoa story from life: An Impres
sario once Approached a Mule and of.
fered him Advantageous Terms to be
oome a Prima Donna. "Alas," quoth
the Mule with a Sigh, "that is an I
bility, for though I have an Ear
Forl(UlA,my Voice is Sadly Attuned."
"but you can kick," inquired the Ln
pressarlo. "At kicdug," admitted the
Mule. "I ama Positively. Peerless."
"Then," pxclaiwed the Impressario,
"you have the Highest Quanlcation of
a Prima Donna. Consider ydurself En
The retention of any waste matter in the
system produces injury. The collection of
"phlegm" or diseased mucus in time of
cold or throat affection should be prompt
ly removed. Dr. Oull's Coug:h Syrup
does it more quickly and effectually than
any other cough syrup made.
TiU Atlantic Ocean caught Oscar
Wilde on his return voyage and paid
him off for his disparaging remarks on
it coming over. He admitted that his
previous o pinioin about it was "possibly
somewhat harsh." The London TrutA
says that the steering gear of the steam
er seemed to him at times utterly desti
tuto of artistic merit, He Is to come
back to America this fall, then he goes
to Australia aud ultimately to Heaven
that is, if he carries out his plans.
*4*"Slow and steady wins the race."
Steadily, but not slowly, Jrtdney-Wort is
distancing all competition tor universal
popularity and usefulness. This celebra
ted remedy can be obtained in the usual
dry vegetable form, or i liquid form. It Is
put up in the latter way for the especial
convenience of those who cannot readily
prepare it. It will be found very concen
trated and will act with equal offliniency in
either form. Read advertirement.
X& Every color of the Diamond Dyhs
is perfect. See the samples of the colored
cloth at the druggists. Unequalled for
"You swore off on New Year's ?" ho
:iueried across the dinner table of the
"How does it work ?"
"Splendidly. I used to smoke eight
ben-cent cigars per day: now I smoke
"Then you save 60 cents per day?"
"Oh, no, no. 1 simply have more
noney for lager beer and policy play
If any invalid or sick person has the
least doubt of the power and effilacy of
Hop Bitters to cure them, they can Iliad
oases exactly like their own, In their own
neighborhood, with proof positive that they
can he easily and permanently cured at a
trilling cost-or asK your druggist or phy
GRERNNw1on, Feb. 11, 1880
Hop Bitters C'o-Bius-I was given up
by the doctors to die of scrofula consump.
Lion. Two bottles of your bitters cared
ue. LEROY BREWEr,.
IGNORANoE is bliss: A country cousin
ound himself seated at one of our hotel
ables, probably for the first time, and
he table girl, desirous of ascertaining
;he extent to which he preferred his
teak cooked, propounded the usual
luestion of "how do you like it ?" Of
ocurse there wasn't aby smiling around
hat heard when the answer was re
urned, wit,h all the simplicity imagina
,le: "0, I like it ust-rate."
Pure cod liver oil. from selectee livers,
on the seashore, by Caswell, HazarA & Co.,
N. Y. Absolutely pure and sweet. Pa
tients who have once taken it prefer it to
all others. Physicians declare it superIor
to all ether oils.
Chapped hands, face, pimples and rough
akin cured by Using Juniper Soap, made
by Claswell, Hazard & Co.. New York.
A NOvEn umbrella handle is from
?arls, and is of carved ivory, represent
death's head grim and 1ghastly. Upon
ouching a spring in the nape of the
ieck the face becomes aniuated, the
ayes roll and the tongue projeets,
hbanging from the grim to the grotesqe.
:t's ai delicious thing to stick up in the
ace of a friend who has been drinking
>retty freely for a week and rather feels
ai his inward soul that he's a good deal
What is beautifull Why, Carbohine, a
leodorized extract of petroleum, as now
mproved and perfected. Clear as spring
rater, delighitluily perlumied and will not
oil the finest linen fabric-a pertect toilet
reparation and absolutely makes the'hair
row on bald heads.
SHAKrNG Europe: A good story is told
bout Mazzini, While the notorieus
talian agitator was in London lhe went
utt one day with an English friend and
'ought a lot of rusty old swords and
'istols. "What on earth are you going
n do with them ?" asked the Britisher.
'Nothing at all," replied Mazzi;
'only when the police hear of of my
unrconae telegrams will be sent every
rhere and not a King or Queen will
leep quietly to-night." Aud the Ital
Mother swan's Worm syrup.
infallible, tasteiess, harmiess, cathartic; for fe
erishness, r estlessness, worms, constipation, 25e.
ENTIRBILY new: At an auetion sale of
*ld government medical supplies, at St.
louis, among other things one man
ought 17,80Ja,pills for thirty cents. A
acal paper a'ys: "The booxs and in
truments sold have been used before,
ut the pills were entirely new."
Nervous lead nehe, Neuaraigia, Nervous Dlbility
nd alil undue a eaknaesses are promptly elarett by
*icuus Braam Food; $1 pkg., a i or $1. At driuegsa
ud at Alien's P'haracy, alS L'rst, ave., N. Y.,
)3READ PANADA (a mild, nuiitious,
igestible food),-l4oil 01n0 heaping ta
'lespoonful of bread-orumbs in one
'inteof water until it is reduced to half
pint; add one tablespoonful of sugar
nd. a very little grated nutmeg, and
orve the panada
Malaria, chills, positively cure I by
amory's Standard Cure Pills. Tbeir equad
nknown; sugar coated; no griping, 25a,.
A volcane erupuon 'rom the Karabe
>w Mountain, in the Caucasus, is reror,
xd. This nmoaintatin has not before shown
olcamoc phenomena dluring historic time.
The qulic, comp3ete eure, aill annoyingr Kidney,
ladder and UrInary Diseases. $i. Druggists,
Experimnentally it has been shown that
yr every 600-ltre wine cask the burning
I 20 grains of sulphtur, and even less, is
nough to destroy the action of micodier
"BEsT CoUoli BALASAM IN TilE WORLtD," Try it.
rice 10c. F. W. KiNsMAN & Co., Augnata,Maine.
Fire-proot may be made from a pulp
insisting one part vegetable fibre, two
art-asbesta,s, one-tentii "part biorar and
ac-fifth part alum,
Rheumatism, !e'ra 8, SolatloNa
Lumbago, Backache, Heada , Toothache,
XoroThaatb rt,ftwe s n ruase
AND ALL,'TIIER BODILY PAINS MD A'III,
Bolby Drugglets and Dealers aervwberv. Fifty COntaie bo
ilreellous in 11 Languags.
T . I E ,L A VOUE.KI . 00*
OM OA. VOULBR * C0.) Baltimore, Ild-4.85, At
I S .
* Th SUREST OURE for
Dows a lame bmX3 or disorderodi urine fui
cat-3atint yoAravIOUM P VMBN DONOW
T us Xdnoy.Wort at one. (drug.
lgin s reionin6nditanIt willhspeodily over.
oouxo thea disoano and reistpro he alt"on.
Vd5 or oomplanttj peculir M
La ies. to or suchap pain
andwevaknessos, Kidney-Wort is uneurpuased,
briok dunt o ropy dopoitaand dull drag
SPain*, all spoodily yiold to Its Ourativo poweor.
A3. S0OLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Prico $1.
o nx Fe di i'f '
cure or Scrula. PIples, iolle. Ttter, Old Sores,
Apeit.F ta e luilaluts,, and all Ilood
t r store keeper s s ll i. d . ug isoe n
A to.. Prop*., 'Ittsburgh, on every bottle.
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
*"LosTrALITY, Ca o0 N v F0a3i AND
XIO,NASIiNGIVRAXN286zw al tose dieases
of a PwtsomAr. NATuasI rosul 9n from Annsn antd
'OmURI CAUSZ&. Speedy relief and complete reto
ratinof nzAT1oonan MANHOOD GUANT.
do*t'discovery of tho Nineteenth Ceutury.
eff"o0 for Illustrated Pamphlotfre. Address,
VOLTA0I BELT 00, MARSHALL, M1N.
AGENTS make 10 pr cent. _profit sallim,
Iteglsterslaidulawtet. Th,aboatiu U.
World. Wtoufor artoeslaeRt V. HH018TWt, Pc,,
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HIM EETS fine wrltin paper. In blotr
10 with a,iendar- byv miail for qkf%,. A-gcns
~ iated. EvoNoMY RiuNING Co., Newbury
VOTLAI3ANI)CtJI~: ladinme Durable. Water.
j.rf,8~iiirlr md'uen, casrd toila '1, 'ew. b
buryport Mass. 1 1 10Wa
for the Oure of
eal y' of plpy has without dou treuted an caered
bassi nplybeenstonhlrbln we ae ard olases of
r o.e n8.,NoYork.
$72^nt simateAo4eg eg
prOihs i ett nof1 1 r ouradnntbl
[R lk ROVSIOS&STOCKS
at tre inosts, slu leSav o n maneno
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UO G ESTNTUS 0.iao ILL
- FRYe iHNRY0.SNYDER.
ET E 0 GN e N 1onte6 8 on
ess indn us swirnhum
mr- de a%"
68_ort__een_____ i Pa.
Singr i th rnak OiRe
3 oth eenthese, wla denl it topb
~1~b DAY t hoe, .ne I 0. .n WEN,
Siif.ei i the inmI e
oilher e'nm fonlarletatfor*f(l
All ?,lah nss wAc.rianted forSf
years. Bernd for Illuistrat ed Cir,
cumar a d Testlimonials. Addres
CIIAl,P.R A. Wo100D & ('0
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HEALTH Is UWELTHI
Health of M7y e xfId
THA GUH. BLOOD PURMAX3
Pae blow4 takes =ound alesh, togn n
a clear dskin. If ha w yor Grh rl
n rthout caries, and your cou.
A reme composed o Win redIents ot extraor.
pr erati e eE 11"3 to pui fy
ay meialivgorate the broken-dow 0 11d
Was ed y ;uic PLA ANT, B"aad PUI
uNT in its tre e a d cure.
No matter bywanau the complaillt aR be
hel naled, whether it be crofna cnsumtIon,
Sl ulcerse tmors, bolls eryalpel or
ItrbeurndLs"oneof the ldngs, ileys,bld
dero b, kin liver. stomach bowels,, iher
s3hronloorconst tutional, the virusa sithe iloo(i
which supplies the wast and built d rairs
these oran and walite 'tissues of ta eT steni.
It tht blo is unhealthy, the process of repair
The Sarsaparlllian Resolvent
Not only toa ootapenuating reme, but secures
the harmenious action of each of the or It
establishes throughout the entire ayste. unotion.
al harmony and @up phleu thes blood ves
Sels with a pure ate buthy current or
now life. Tom Sgcrw, after it few days' ust.
of the SarmparluIan, -becomes clear an(i
beautiful. PimpleR, blotches, black spots aut
skin eruptions are removed; a es and ulcers soon
cured. P~ersons suffertng from scrofuls eruptive.
diseases of thle eyes, mouth er,legs, throit a~tt
an that ave accumulat and spredd, elthei
grmuncured diseases or mercury, or frodh tile
use of corrosive sublimate, may rely o a cure
if the Sareapardllian Is continued a euMoient time,
to make Its Imprealsil on the system.
One bottle contains more of the active princ.
of Medliines than any othor Preparation.
aeaen teaspoonful doses, while others require
AiVe or six times as much.
O2ae D~olax. a Bottle.
R. R. R.
Radway's Ready Relief,
The Vhenpext and Rest 111641611111 for
Funilly Use In the World.
In from one to twenty minutes never ails to
relieve P'ato with one thoroug1h appicatton.
no matter hoW violent or excruciating he pain,
the Rheiumatic, Bed-ridden, Intirm, Cfplil,
Nervous Neural or rostrated with d sease
may su&f'r, RA UWYgREADY RELIEF will
aOrd Instant ease.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS,
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS,
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA,
HIA DACHE, TOOTHACHE,
COIM CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST BITES,
BRUISES, LUM.BA00, SCI \TICA,
COUGHS, COLDS, SPRAINS,
PAINS IN THE CH EST, BACK
or LIMBS are instantly relieved.
FEVER AND AGUE.
not reeda agent in thi world tat wli curL
Seve an gue, Yand other Mallous, Biliou
byAf Y'ELIFILLS) so quickly as RAD WAY'8
accordin to the direction cue Crap pasn, &
aP t o f t -eat, Col Chils serico
Wind in the Boes an al InternaDy se RAIo)
Tavelers slnld awa scarry a btl ofR
change of wter. Itiabeur ta renr israny
or Bitters as a stimulant.
bse v de sth iLumbermen should always
R A DWAY'S
Perfeot, Purgative, Sonthing. A peri
ent., AOt without Pain, Always
Reliable and Natural
A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR
mpurge, rgulate, puif, cleed hatreig
thD8to an, eror the cure of all disers of
don of the Bowels, Piles,uant ei Fdernment 01 o
thnter Viscer Prely veeabe cnain.
fe H erve Cho loingtto s ymptnosreuing at
ebe of e as and iloP inn tho
mah Sou EuttionsIe Siraki or Flttrn at
Lib,and Sudden F'lushes of Heat, Bu'rning in
A ru moseso RADwY'S r Ie wi free the
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