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TU OTOBY OF A D23A1.
Get money honestly if you can, but get
money," was a foolish father's advice to
his son. Get money, if you oan honestly,
makes but a sli ht alteration in the order
of the words but varies the sentiment con
siderably. There is xo harm in making
money. It answoreth all things. Used
rightly it is a power for good, and there is
mono enough in the world to form a lever
by which the maes of humtmity could boift
ed, to a certain extent out of its depths of
sorrow and despair. Mioney we must have
for money makes the mare go. Some can
make money who have no faculty for saving.
Would you save you must know how to deny
those who would borrow and never repay, as
well asthosewho be simply because they are
too lazy to work. There are men who never
want to see you excopt to ask the favor of a
loan. They will ask for just one word with
you, and that one word is sure to be money.
An impecunious fellow met a rich acquaint
aice, and not liking to ask directly for a
loan, said, "Friend Smith if you and ten
dollars in your pocket, and i was to ask you
for the loan of five, how many would remain
in your pocket?" "Ten dollars, to be sure,"
replied the rich man, without a moment's
hesitation. He had gumption, and knew too
much to part with ids money by any such
rule of subtraction.
Oh I see, said the impecunious man thus
rebuffed. He was able to owe. He was
one of the Micawbor sort-always waiting
for something to turn up. How like some
peoplo who are sick. They think to get well
by letting disease take care of itself. But
diseases do not heal themselves, and too lato
their victims full often find this out to their
sorrow as death seizos upon them. Hid they
boon wisO in time they might have added
many years to their lease of life. The cure
was nigh them, as it is nigh to all who road
this medley. These paragraphs tell the
story, as a patient perusal will prove. Those
who havo keon insight and can road between
the lines may solve the conundrum the soon
er for it, but upon all, light will dawn ere
they road the final word of our story.
Light will dawn, we said, and so it will,
light of hope and help. Light is what a
cortain individual wanted. Mr. Jones we
will call him. Ho was very sick. Consump
tion had fastened its fangs upon him. He
had long neglected catarri, and laughed at
ho idea of taking anything for it when ad
)sed to do so, and so wont fron bad to
wNso. His lings became disoased, a hack
ingchurehyard cough racked him almost to
8ic1 and he was fast wasting away. A
mer badow of his former self, he scarcely
slept t all at night, or slept only to dream
horri Ce dreams. TIak of nightmarol A
wholocircus troupe, horses and all, seemed
to malo his led the arona of their wild por
formn 'cos. In this caso money did not
1makt the maro go, for he spent a deal of
1one on doctors and physics and was
notlitig bettered. He ato little, and was
fast, zoing down to an untimely grave, lav
istis wife a widow and his four bright
(ih ron orphans, when, lo! on one eventful
nig t lie dreamed for onco a bright and
ha' py dream, which our next varagraph will
. Death, the black-visaged monster, had
until then stared him in the face, but tho
driam brought him hole. Ile saw a bright,
whito-robed angol in ds drouni, who said,
"I como to bring you good news. Iloro
is your curo-sure, safe, armless, prompt
and reliablo. (Jot, well and sook to tako
health thoroby to others. 13ohold the curo!"
With I hoso words tho angol was gono, but Oro
the trail of light which followed him had
vanished the dreamer saw glittering in tho
light throo goldon letters-G. M. 1). "What
can it mean?" he said to himself, as lie
awoko from his slumber. "I have had a
Good Man Droaimis hofore, but nover such
as this." tartied and suriprised ho aroused
his wifo and to her roelated his visioi. Alas,
sho could iot solvo the lroblem. IRoivemom
bering all the medical advice, and Ih 'lhysic,
and the expense involved since tior h1usbn d
becamo sick, she expressed the hopo that the
lettrs woro not intiMded to suggest, that a
Good Mity Doctors must yet te consulled
in addit,ion to all that had b1- n interviewed.
11e groaned in reply and r.'marked that if lie
had to comnsult any morme t horo wvould have to
he a Gold Mine iscovored in order to pay
Every day for a week lie and his faithful
spouse searched diligenitly for a key to
the problem. Ig the dictionary, in such
newspapers as theiy hapitpenedl to have in
books, on placards on thme walls-everyw(mero
they sought-hoping to find a chow. .L.tters
stand for words, and they hulped to light
upon the words thait should suggest the eure.
Th1ey G rioved MIany D ays over thoi r hack of
good luck, as theoy said, and the Good Mani
iDreamiedt again ad amgain, but saw ino mere
angels. Hopoi deferred mnakoth thli heart
sick. '"Oh, t hat the anigol had Guided Mto
i)etinitely and G ivein More i)irections,'' lie
exclaimed, agaiin aind again.
Nearly two weeks had elapsed since the
night of the (Greait Mysterious D)reamu, when
there camno to thu house a pamphlot. Tired
with his exhiausting otlico work, which hie
still pursued, determining if possible to die
ini the harneoss, Jonies was about, to throw
the pamiphlet, in the lire when somtothiig
promptlted him to examine it. surely
thought lie, hero cnn be nothing that will
P'i'ece this Gloom Most Distrossinig, or Give
Mo, Disboeartonoed,'any relief. Poor man,
lie had worked letters over in his miniid, and
imiado so mnaiiy comiiniatioiis with them, that
they occuirredl in ahnmost every seiitence he
uitered. 'I hey entered even io his pray.
ers. 11eaven Girant Mo Doliverance, lie
would say, nor let disense Gind Me D)own,
anid so forth, ad infinitum,, anmd a mile or two
Mentally tortutred andii sufoeriing In evers
fiboer of his body, w~hiat wvondor that he~
read page after liago of the pam,phlet. It
was a wvork ont diseases, anmd it 1ho mioirbid
state of Is indt( itsa contents seeiied to suit
him. It spokiu oif ailmoist, every disease that
tIesh is heir to, buit ohi, joy! as lie read, a
Glimpse Must. Delighit ful of light stole in
iuon him. "'l'urekat! Emimka!"' li cried.
"Wiife, I have it., .1 have it."
Everybody in the housoe hieard him cry
Eureka, and rushed to the room to hear
what lie had found. All expeted to see somoii
Great. Miracle D)ono, andi th~ tame thme ox-.
Iplanation. Himuplo, of coutr~ linu why hiad
lin iiet thought of it hoeforo? Ohl, 5( hat a rov
ejationi ]here was hopoi for him and1( for iall
conisumipt ivos. I lore, hope for sufforiing
friendts and neighbors. That n,ight hliearouie
could sleep, lbut whenm lie did, lie againu sawv it
birighit vision of golden lotteris, ini fact, a
Glittering Moinagramt D oei mihered reaudily',
andi( roeading . T. ID.; and agaii l'. P.]P.
and( yet aigain F. P.; and one hugo P', around
which the-se othiers were entwiined, and thon
W. D). M. A. All time letters blended, yet
oach wits di.;tinet. All lbo had seen ini thme
book, all he again saw inm his vision.
Dieam Most Glorious. D). M. G.-G. M.
D).-Agnin he rang tImechmamiges; bmackward,
forward, every wamy. Goeld Mledal Does(rvod.
Mr. G. D.-Misory's Gireat Doelivorr,-till
time wvouild fail to toll them all. 1'. 1'. P.
stood for Perfect Peoao Premised for suf
forers, anid sweet release frein Prostrat,ing
P'urgatorial Pains. Anid agaiin F. P. was
Freedom Promnised, and biaekward, P. F., it
became Pain Floes. Now ho could got wvell,
andl once well, lie would hue a imissminary, a
Glad Missionary Devoted t.o the work of
tolling othiere how they might get deliver.
ancoe. lie went thirough the list of disenses
among itose of his owmn who,inaintanice, from
John labiison, whiose torpid !ivor gave him
constanmt honudaceho and( sovero bilions ait tacks,
oni through the, list of thIose sniforinig fiom
ulcors, conghsi, weak amid dIuisese hunmgs, to
his friend, Glenoral 13-- wihmo wvas 'is near
the grave as hio. Aind for all these, iaswl
as for himaself,thoieGraveoItilaisap1 pear from
present vision, andu( oach miiiy lie (iven More
Doendlos of life than they had hoped to have
y'ears. Againist tIhe milder cases ho marked
PP.P. Againast the serious cases lie
marked U. M. D)., not the Grizzl'y MonsIer
Deoath, which lie so lon g had dreaded, but
sonmothing-oh, so muich bettor, as we shamll
presenitl y see.
In a shmort, while our hero was well, and
went everywhere among his friends aiid
neighbors, Icelling of hiis good fortuuno and
shmowinug lie sick and time suffering how they
might be healed. Some laughed and coni
tiudto suffer, refusing to bolhealed. Mr
woro wise, took his counsel and proved lble
vision of the night, its lie hiad done.
"A vlsionm, less bmesgilliig far,
Thani wauking dreamiis by daylIght are."
Can antythinmg lie mioro delightful thuan
health after sickness? To be a well man
to feel urto blood( coursing through your~
veins, to know that lungs, liver, kidnmeys,
mind all the Graind Machiinery, Does its duty
perfectly In Otto's body; to carry health's
-ruddy mark on tIme chieekcs. Ahm, tis Is Good1
Most Decidedly. This was our hero's case,
and thousands can tell thme samie story. Thme
good angel has come to them. Tao hav
seen the letters Gleam Most Distincetly e>for(
their eyes, anti G'oing Moat, Donnmitely tc
work in p)ursuing the instructions jvon
thay have recovered th at great blo ing
resth~ M hD. nea to then ca han
Sf 6 Good!VtriouRly -Dbuoe and
tyhOave bid their sick friends do what all
the sick should do,inamely, themselves
a comnmunloation with the W. -M, A.,
Which Done Most Assuredly will put them
in the Way Desired Mo.st Anxiously.
Alas, that human nature is so slow to be
lieve-alae, that men and women are bowed
down 'witn the burdon of gomblaints, of
which they.might bb rid'-oonsumption,
bronchitis, dyspopsie, heart disease, kidney
disease, malarial complaints, scrofulous dis
eases, skin diseases, tumore, ulcers, and
many more. It would seem as though somo
ill deity had given every letter of the alpha
bet as many aseses as it could possibly de
sire, thus foriing an alphabet of sorrow,
suffering and woo. Happy they who the
Great Mesure Discerning, hovo escaped the
clutches of sad disonses.
rjoking back upon his pnet experienoe,
Mr. #ones tocis uraterut naoes ueciaeauy,
and continues telling the.old istory of his
siokness his vision, and his restoration to
health; ior all the sick are not well yet. But
he has had the pleasure of seeing, as he says,
Good Miraculously Done to hundreds upon
his personal recommendation.
Dear reader, bear with us awhile if light
has not yot dawned on your mind. The mys.
tery will soon be revealed. If the key be
not on your right hand it is at least on your
left, in letters clear.as daylight.- A Good Many
Delighted have discovered it and opened the
portal to a long life and a useful one.
Initials of words that stand for all that
is sorrowful and sad, letters, the self-same
letters, are of ton initial of words that breathe
of hope and benediction.
Search but awhile and you will find the
boon, the blessing and the benefit. The
mystery of the three P's of the F. P. of the
G. M. D., and of the W. D. M. A., Wili DawN
Most Auspiciously upon you.
Columbus discovered America and won
high honor and immortal fame, and they
who have learned the secrots of the wonder
before your eyes, good reader, Give Most
Delightful testimonials of their gratitude.
Of all sad words of tongue and pon, the
saddest are theso-it might have been
so sayeth the poot. When we think of the
myriads that might have been saved from
untimoly graves had they soon Mr. Jones'
vision and sought his way to health; we fool
sad. Yet we cannot but rejoice at the Great
Many Delivered from death's door by 0. M.
D., and that Pain's Positive Persecution
has beet escapod again and again by P. P. P.
Virtues unnumbered serve to make G. M
D. the Greatest Mercy Deigned by favor
Ig pro'%idences for the relief of sufferers,
and its discovoror feels P. P. P.-Perfectly
Pardonablo Pride in telling of the Growing
Multitude Dolivered from the Grasp Most
Dreadful of Groody Mournful Death.
Every sick person is interosted in the theme
hefore us, and every well porson, too, for who
does not know some ono %yho is sick and
needs, thoroforo, the good news of health
that, is Givon Many Daily.
Roader, mystifled reader, we will detain
ou no longer. Porhaps you havo Guessed
iost Deftly the hidden rneaning. P. P. P.,
ou know, stands for Pleasant Purgativo Po
rots, curing constipation, torpithty of the
liver, headacho and many other complainta.
F. P., of courso, s Dr. Pierco's liavorito
PrOscription, that IaL proved such a P. F.,
Primo Favorito and Precious Friend to la
dies; safe, easy to tako, working like a
char,n-curing the peculiar weaknesses in
cident to their sex. The letters V. D. At. A.
stand for the World's )ispensary Medical
Assoe'iation, at, luffalo, N. Y., with its im
posing tructures, its army of medical min,
sp>oeialists all of them, and its president,
Dr. 11. V. Pierce (the largo and contral P of
MIr. Jonos' second vision), all at the service
of tho sick and suffering, overywhero; while
0. Mt. D. is-well, read the initials of the
paragraphs of this article and you will see
fltt 0. Mt. D. is Golden Medical Discovery,
thme hoon of the diseased. This wonderful
1. diciio cures all humors, from the worst
Profulia to a common blotch, pimple or
eruption. Erysipolas, salt-rhoui, fever
sores, scaly or rough skin, in sliort, all dis
veiscs caused by had blood, are conquered
by this powerful, purifying and lmlvig
orating inedicine. Great eating ut
cers rapiidly heial under its benign influ
ences. Fspecia,lly has it manifested its po
teiy in curing totter, boils, earbuncles,
scrofuloums smoros and swellins,goitre or
thick neck, and enlarged glan<ts. Uonsuim .
tion, wvhih is scrofumlous disense of thse
Ilungs, is promptly anmd piositively arrested
and cured b,y this sovereign mand God-given
r(ento ly, if taken before time last stages are
reached. For weak hlungs, spitting of blood,
coinsumptivo night swemats, and kindtred af
feet ions, it is a sovereign reined y. For in
digestion, dgapopsia anud torpid liver, or
"biliousnoss. 'Golden Medical Discovery
hans no eual, mjs it, oil'eets perfect and radical
You wvill do wecll if afilicted with any chronic
disease to write to the Association for advice.
describing your malady as well as you can.
Al any cases are successfu,lly treated through
correspondence and no fees are charged for
consultation. For one dollar iand a half you
can secure ai copy of the "Peoople's Common
8enso Medical Advisor " sonut postpauid to
youtr adldress. Its puircImso wilt repay you.
lin this is (Given More Desirable information
th,an you cani findl in any other evork of a
AGIIU li'i'U ii,.
ThnE VAi.u's oir Sous.-Bo0ds are the
cream of the s'oil, containing the very
elements of p)lant food that make the
so(il so p)roductive. Wheon properly rot
ted this material makes one of the best
invigorators to be found for trees, vines
vegotables and is one of the moat readi
fy and cheaply obtained fertilizeors in
uisc. Sods may be gathered from the
femice corners of tilled fields from the
surfaice after plowving aind harrowing
award land, and in mainy places0 from
thle roadside wh'len the highways areoun
dergoing repairs. To utlizo sods and
scure from them their best fertilizing
eitecis, they should be gathered and
piled up~ mi some out of the way p)lace,
and tile wvhole coveredl with ashes or
chipi dust, or both, to keel) tile grauss
from growing. A year or two wll bo
rqiuired1 for them to thoroughly (decay
un as out downi and shloveled over after
laying long einough for the grass to be
ontirely killed ouit. Water should be
appllied at intervals, suflicient to keep
the pile moist and p)revent a dry, moldy
rot. Theii beet way to provie for the
wetling dlowni is to leave the top cupping
iad alpply the water abundantly in a
thy time. To got such a lot of good
material in the best shapej) for appiymng
to orops we would advise minmg it with
good weoll rotted barnyard manure. Say
about two loada of it to one o the ma
nure, then spread it broadcast on grass
and crops of small grain; for corn or
vogetable appiy in the hills or drills.
Tumntu is danma:er inl stimulating too
large a ilow of rich milk by feeding high
Jy of imiea and grains to inew nmileh
cows. Thoso dlairymein who boast of
enormous yields of milk frequently lose
a cow >r have cono rendered worthless
by caking her bag or in the loss of one
or more teate.
IN the ease of an unusually jarge and
wvell (developed he.ifer there is no objec
tioin to havimg tile first calf before she
is two years old, but when tundersized
or at all weakly, it is safer to let her
reach the age of two and one-half or
three years. If thrifty heifers come in at
an early age and are properly attended
to, they usually make better milkers
than wheon they come in late.
INSEcTs of differcnt spboies are attrac
ted to tile plants suited to their wants.
If an odor strong enough to overcome
the natural odor <(f the plant, or the
earlh atronnd it, it will no longer attract
thme mnsect, but will escape Its depreda
tions. There are many strong odors,
carbolic acid, for example, that might
be employed for such purposes.
13Ar, is used to destroy the onion
maggot with partial success. About
Jumly 1st wow Lwo bushels to the acre'
the salt also hastens tihe maturity o~
M[oTr MAxTuw.-An inoffensive and
effectual mixture may be made of equal
quantities of cloves, carraway seed, nut.
meg. mace, cinnamon and Tonquin
beans, to which add as much orris root
as will equal the other,ingredients put
together. The whole should be gound,
thoroughly mixed, and put into little
bags, which may be hung in closets or
put Among clothing, with the certainty
of ihe remedy being effectual if resorted
to in time. When ths prevention has
not been resorted to, and the mischief
'a upon you, the use of preventive
means is mere idle waste of time. With
out allowing an hour to elapse imme
diately after discovery of recent ravages
turn everything out of the house that
is made. of woolen; search it, shake it,
beat it -if it will bear it, put it in the
sunshine, or, failing that, hang it before
a good hot fire as near as can be borne.
In the worst cases put the infected ar
tioles in an oven as hot as they will
bear. This last is especially necessary
for infected mattresses, one znattress
sometimes being half eaten away and
containing thousands of grubs that
should never be admitted into the house
again. If .they can be all killed and
beaten out the mattress may be of some
service again, otherwise it should be
thrown away as worte than worthless.
LAMP CHIMNEYS.-Kerosene oil is
generally used tor lights in the country,
and the cleansing of lamp chimneys in
quite tiresome, but must be attended to
overy day. The burners often get out
of fix, and it is very vexatious to keep
them in running order. When they are
clogged and will not turn up or down,
and are all covered with soot and gum,
do not throw them away, but take a
little iron kettle and put in a pint of
wood-ashes and a quart of water; put
in the burners and set them on the stove
and let them boil live or ten minutes;
take them out, and with a soft rag wash
them clean and dry them well. They
are then as-good as now, and will (o
another six months. It is very little
trouble to do it, and saves much vexa
tion. After oilo has tried it once she
will not be apt to forget it. Nice looi
ing, clean lamps are quite an ornament,
while a smoky chimney and bad-amelling
burners are not agreeable.
SPONui drops are nice to mix with
other cako in the basket. Beat four
eggs to a stiff froth; then stir inl one
heaping cup of sugar and one cup and
a third of flour. One teaspooniul ot
baking powder should be thoroughly
mixed with the flour. Plavor with lem
on and drop from a dessertspoon on
buttWred paper spread on 'tin plates.
The oven shuuld be hot, and the cakes
will bake in a few minutes. They re
quire watching, as they are very likely
to brown too much.
In making frosting many have a poor
success of it, and complain that it rolls
up in turfs and will not frost. The
reason doubtlegs is that it is not beaten
properly abd the knife not dipped often
enough in cold water 'when putting it
on, For good frosting take five table
spoonfuls of pulverized sugar and the
white of one egg; whip the egg until
very stiff; not reating at all, addig
sugar gradually; flavor delicately with
any essence desired, and spread with a
broad-bladed knife, not forgetting to
dip the knife repeatedly in cold water.
MOLASSEs PUD DINo. --Four cupfuls of
flour, six eggs, tivo and a half cupfuls
of molasses, one and a half cupfuls of
butter, or butter and lard mixed, one
cupini of butter or some cream and a
toaspoonful of soda. Season to your
tabto with cinnamon, ginger or cloven
and eat with hot boiled molasses as a'
sauce; or else hot molasses, p)repared
by adding a small pinch of soda and
stirring until it froths up well, it may
be mnatIe more palat ible by the addition
of lemon or nutmeg as flavormng.
LEMON jelly. to spreadi between layers
of cake or on the top of sage or cuastard
puddings, is madec by grating the iind
of two lemons and squeezing out the
juice; add a hieap:ng sup of sugar, a
tallspoonful of butter. Stir these to -
gether, and then add thrce eggs beaten
very light; set te basin or hattle pail In
which you have this in another of boil
ing water; stir it constantly~until it
thickens. When-it is cold it is ready
A vatnY delicate and easily prepared
dessert can be made of chocolatc, and
as almost all persons are extremely fond
of chiocolate, it is very sate. Take one
and a half pints of milk, three squares
of baker's chocolate grated in milk; let
it come to a boil. WVhen cool add the
yolks of three eggs, three tablespoons
of corn starch, one cup of sugar; pre
pare the whites of eggs with sugar for
frosting, brown nicely and serve cold,
To CIEANSE BAKINo CRoKERsY-Bak
ing-plates and pudding-diahes that
have been used for a long time need a
through cleansing occasionally. To (do
this put them ini a kettle or water ini
wvhich you have put a spoonful of wvood
ashes to one quart of water, Let them
boil in this for one honr, and if any
grease has been absorbed through cracks
mn the glazing, it will be remiovedl, and
p)iccrust baiked on a plate thus cleaned
will be sweet and not unwvholeso)me.
Fon a very good fruit-puiddinig, use
one coll'ee cup of gratedl broaid, also one
of apples, coolped ine, and one ol
Enghan currants; add three eggs, bea
ten well, and for flavoring use lemon
extract and grated nutmeg. After mix
ing thoroughly, steam for two hours
and a half and then serve with wine
SQUAsu griddlc-cakes, wvhich are very
nice for breakfast, are made ofetwo cup
fuls of cooked squash that has been
passed through a sieve, a pint of milk,
two well-beaten eggs, two spoonfuls of
sugar, a pint of flour, thoroughly silted,
a teaspoonlul and a half of baking po0w
der, and a pinch of salt. Bent all to
gether until light and smooth.
A TEASPOONFUnj of borax p)ut in the
last waiter in which clcthes are rinsed
will whi tan them surprisingly. Pound
t se borax so it wilt dissowvo easily.
This is especialhy good to remnove tuo
yellow that time gives to whit3 gar
ments that have been laid aside fur t .vo
or three years.
AN excellent dressing for poultry is
made of a small loaf of baker's bread;
one-half of a cup of butter, to yolks of
four eggs, pepper, salt, a littio savory
and two onions sliced and fied biownu;
then wvet thoroughly with boilting wat,r
and mix well.
EAw starch, applied with a -little wa
ter as paste, wilt generahy remove all
stains from bed ticking.
To rettove tar, rub thoroughly~with
clean lard, and then wash with soap and
warm water This may be i.pplied to
either the-hands or clothe.
1USe ddlestone who tried th
repeutt l%lcsse of Belt, the sculptor
In Lond'i; bbgan life as a schoolmaster
went to the .4r. entered Parliament a
a opusier.a was always -chaffe" a
a 'tftlitA " miirled a lady'of'ittle
got a Jud-P, and is even now de
clared to be unduly impressed with th<
overwhelMiugimpoitance of arigtoorAti
society. The loubs.arQ.fsptening upo
him a charterlitf6 i ancedote. do1nl
out to dhnerw eceily ho learned thsv
an Illustrio11sDuke was to be of th
party. -As.ho- encountered the butle
in -the hall he slipped half a sovereig
into his hegd, saying: "I hve.a %ei
special to- say tothyDte coa
trive that t hext to l'Im;" "Thati
you," said the bfitler) returning hL
money 'hO Grace has just given me
sovere6 to place you at the other en
of the rooma." The Duke knew hi
An JusunMbce agent named Pyle,
In running fell over the 6tile,
- St. Jacob's Oil gave him relief
And the pain was so brief,
11e got up and said: "T should smilo."
'iA lame ok lady at Keyser,
'Had no Ono to advise her,
,'Till Doctog Joln Boyle,
Tried t. Jacob's 011,
Its action;did simply surprise her.
No RoT1SOmLDS present: Some dal
kieq started o faro-bank in a Kentuck
town a short time ago. and no one we
allowed to bet over 10 cents at a timc
A man from Allen county was in to se
what he could se.e, and in his ramble
came upon the darkey faro bank, H
pulled our a$5 bill, bought itas wort
In chips and put them on, the jaal
The dealer was busy, and at first di
not see the big pile of chips and com
menced dealing. He all at once looke
up, saw Alle county's Pile, and inquir
ed: "Who's dat sot pecamed on da
jack?" Allen county, not knowing th
rides of the game, very sternly remarked
"That's mine." The dealer gazed a
him for a moment and replied: "Pu
har down from dar. Pull her dow
from dar; you must tink Roschiles ai
playing dis game."
A Va'e of Pnealsoliin.
Mr. D. U. Darnaby, of Owego, N. Y., says that hi
daughter was taken with a violent cold which term
nated with pneuonia. and all the bot phyiclun
gave the case up ala said she could not live but a feN
hours at most. She was in this condition when
friend recommended Dr. Hais Bal am for the Lunag
and advised her to try it. the accepted it as a Iast ri
sort, and was surprised to nud that it produced
marked obange for the better, and by persOvering i
its use a permanent curu wam offected.
Townsloy's Toothache Anodyne cures intantly.
WxAT they do not say: He-"You
father must be worth at least a uillio:
and you would enable me to go througi
life in a style I never could hope fo
without You. I do not love you, it h
true, but-one cannot expect everything
So let us marry. If your father fails
can crawl out of it somehow." She
Very well I You will never amount t
anything, but you are good enough a
far as you go. 1 have trifled with s
many men that most of them hate m
and I may not get a better offer. If
do I can break the engagement."
Menstinan's Peprt'uized beef tonic, th
only pretparat,lon or beef contalning Its eli
tire nutritious properties. It contain
blood-making, fo: ce generating and life
sustaining propertIes; Invaluable for indi.
gestion, dyspepsla, uervous prostration, ani
all forms of general debihty; also, in al
enfeebled condItions, whether the result o
exhaustion, nervous prostrauion, overworl
or acute disease, particularly if resultinj
fr om pulmonary complaints. Caswell
Hazard & Co., proprietors, New Yorb
Bold by all druggists.
DonnLAnn WATansBUar was calling at
tontion to his shirt, wvhich was ver'
neatly made, and which, he saId wit,
pride, wats made by his wife.
"Did she make the entire shirt?
asked Gihooly, carelessly.
"Every atitch of it."
"Well, I didn't know, I heard the
she always collared and cuffed you, bu
Sdidn't know who made the rest of lhb
TIiuot. Hlusiand of Mine
is three tlines tihe mnan lie was before lhe biege
using wells' Iiealtth ienewer. SI. DJruggLsts.
IN a i3oston newspaper ofice: Tb
gentleman who is making up the forr
-"Here's att item that has no mark an
there's no way to tell where it belongs.
Foreman-"~What's it headed ?" Makei
up-" -An Old Scandal Revived.'
Foreman-'"', that goes in the Ne'
Ladies and( chien's boots and shot
cannot run over If Lyon's Patent ie<
Stitleners are used.
A CHANGE of husiness: "What a ma:
F'inxtoni is to change round !" exelaime
Mrs. Fenderson.' "It was oniy lat
week that lhe went into the grocer
business, and now he has gone into in
solvency." "Oh, that's nothing I" re
plied I"ogg; "good deal more money i
it, you know,
Emory's LiAttle Cathartic Pill-best inati
for Liver Complaint and Biliousnesi
Tlasteless, harm less, infallhble. 150.
lOT to be taken literally: Mrs. Sa1
Milhidge, an Austin l.ady, was busy tra
ing to make a pincushion of sawdan
when the colored spokcame to ask whr
she should cook for dinner. "Go wa~
and don't bother me now. My head I
lull of sawdust now and I can't think<
For soro feet, swollen jolints, sprains, corn
or' bunions, iuse St. Pastilck's Satlve.
ITran art appreciated: "What did yo
think of the water.oolor exhibition thi
year?" asked an artist of bia super- me
thetic friend, JTra, .X ' Very fair, p
fair, indeed, The pictures set off t~
divi(ne gill palperinig 1t4 a charming waj
Dr. KlIne's Gireat' Nolrve Rteetorer ls th0 mnary
of thle age for all nerve diseases. All fits -stoppi
free. send to 931 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Ps.
To the manloEborn: t' 'am a nath
American, citizen, born, be: jabersy I
ins country,"asaid Mr.-Muldoort at
recent political' gathering, "and, If y
disbelieve it, comte around home and
will show ye me naturalamathion pi
For Thiek Road.,
Iheavy stomnachs, liious contions-Wella' Mu
A pple P'ills--anti-lilioug, cathartIc. 10 anid 96c.
Too heavy to carry: "B3ah .Jove I" el
claimed young DudlboI, "the weatha
Is 6etthtag so EiAla, yer know., that
must have the fe&'nle taken off niy cani
It's too beastly lieavy.for a warm da
s4torlng from a Cold, g4vte . BU l0A
W, dy U t d"it I
twenty,fve .cent b1o le cTr the .ort
FononR int9ospOotion: . cene usi
cal party at the Vei Highitdopo. Bes
> ident foreign pitleinai toJTolin P' ites
3 -It is a, de'ghtfi4 0caoAo; I To -as
4, sure myself that you efijy it, J. .
1; who is out off by the muslo from his
I usual dlversions)-Oh, yes, very mitho
o thaiks; iiavex't thought of so manly
r things suice I was last at 0hurefi
Whitt the gre-it restorative, Hlostetter'll "R1omach1
iteri, wV 11 Ito, mu1118. be gatholed f romi What It haLS
(tdulle. It has e-f'auted rallicill l'urcH InI thousanlds
V of elta.'I of tsyspupsia, bilious daurderg, Intermit..
a tout fever, niorvous affee.t4ins, golterad deb lity,
a constipation, stok head.Ache, mental tiespondencoy,
anid thte loectilitar co.ahtswanimldisatites to
Whichk the feble aire Ho zisuuject.
For liale by aill Drugs.gimts anal Dealers generally.
r Noth InX in the world equal to It for the
curo of Scrofula, Pimples, neils. Teller, Old Soroo,
Sore"Eyes, Mercurial Diseases, Catarrh, Loss of
Appetite, Frmals Complatu.2, anal all Blood
dlis.,'s. It ,iever fail@. All druggists and
country store keepoe seln It. R. E, Selters
3.A Co., Props, Pittsburgh, on every bottle.
3 IN 1IRT1 Nllm
Vat tere th restofe alloLiniets, ftors
lianr't an 1d0 Beas. bte gsalues to'dwal a
i tnrgfer than vr. ~tTeIt,s 'sr l when ally
S othsli fai, ikadienetratel skn, tenn
anothscng to the oryqa bon o, tohe
curfeP o r il,Pmls ol,Tler, Oloveoriers
IrApant, Feal u npasj1r E ust alt lm
d.a..c a. ee ,n.yor ownlto. rermss and$
UU outit ftreeepAdrssl II. HALET &. 8 Co,
Ti Ato., n s,n a'teu n verytle.etwl
tSlaarial of inne n tteset a..
MRXI~N IllTftN IJIN aENT
MANE AND Danc,A ooT
S Te eicn yuttgLnmen as
boonknow fo morchian ty.fne,L
year itsthe st is adinimentse o
Man n lBeas. I n sa t yn re
largr thn evr. of 0tires1 whe al
othois fil, nti )n broes orIn tendoyn o
E VERy Ali. -rq tsrr
Viter EnS s'i a
*Rit to ntatll st,a ne Wrl fo atE k n s . Fph
MEDl CAL(( oePriecat h utnn&Tlrors. St.anJfih,. aoli.
$66avee nyu wn twn. Trms d inf Ou
;, Portlano,eane.Poet ecudfoal
- Ths ansteringa cvr.soetwl
cfverya pour tan ell-knon m imer ofd turhe
Pto ' .e I by ot a ixusa t eys t hedea r
a t . ie i noiie tmny,Iariga hi:a
Kidney ad Livnr uring th1ati ots at ime
,i wa osverelyafcte tha I was, ab so sn
8 trybaly wolo; m uhtryoras wolll,srof i a
.dredftdcondtion my blood si ahwrehe ft,
an t ha ecmlo mo ere n , iLatedrso
pooly hatmylan s and etwu i ecl a wnumbsa
and s whie asto apearlafe es oos Iroagbs,
n bed,butwould-koo lur ia bolin om tolne
do o teoherallnigt, owt or woude, mor
tb ER.M conIon becam wo equous tat neras
to b ondett. Iconslte tbs ocptors,en r ord
the numerousmedicin lnini aldeu, but nrair
d idy grw wrse,and as ne' sa cndtIo naerybway
it%hn a ongtimovalud fiendot ino, procm I t
viurnt themdy,a heh known wondrful lure
hedied by it. Upon isrpeetation I obtaed to.
lisottes ted Iedy cmeced tain lut.a
direlct enrely. om upioi osta
wAsvr in aru conito whe.kon I ene to oakr th
licemfory, wndhno tetnin iuty thowel , yerwa he
Uin.1.. p ot. mdo rxlso lc, in on dy'scu
nue to tkes hi tieno< nd tinpov oea ntm
fro d bee dadu1 tobe with eie o f t te
n wato sre aiictd that ov wai tlall to stnd
y n m a y t enye and lower pnars oy me,g aweih
i hr a dl s l le ; s a n ire to r n w er in
w b ut wa uodsrse l ve la otdto liel
.irti aI exh oot ynus rmoorilgtan si aI
to be055 dtty. co oy.oe ithera doo, ort tied
roboh 46* the tri 1o the
6torys 1 , exk AuAi
WAS "YQa-Wit.4ei6 -s 11"0A94i
HE *son hteioa On &.0A i6ln
The bout ktopped t t'a: plaoe li the river
where there a wonderfulboe. One
o the- getidien' 484d .v46yw* iin
the orpwd for' a pistol with i9
wpke'up thie'eqas 1T40qa. h any
p toi1but agetltemanLfomArkansas
sitiit he, had something' that wao'
#arfted silht more reliable Ihan a pistol,
and pulling out of his boot a knife with
a thirteen-inch blade handed It over to
the liarty who wanted to stir up. th
Dr. Pieroc's "Favorlte Prescrlption" is
not extolWd as a "cure-all," but admirably
ulfilS a singleness of purpos, buing a most
potent speine in the chronic weaknesses
ecfliar. to 'women. - 1 Dr.
culiar to Women, 90 pages sent
stamps. Address WOnLD s DItPINAR.
MEDICAL Assu(nATION, Bufthlo, N. Y.
IN a Dakota town, one Sunday after.
noon the Postmaster called on hih
neighbor, and as he took his departurc
he informed his neighbor that ther(
was a letter in the Post Olice for hini
A feiv days afterwards the Postmastei
met his neighbor in a saloon and tok
him again about the letter that bort
his address. John discharged a strean
of tobacco juice, siraightened up ani
"William, from what State did the
"Ohio," replied the P. M.
"Send it to the dead-letter office,
That letter contains my grocery bill
Confound that grocery man, he has dia
covered my location again."
"Accept our Gratitude."
Dr. i. V. Pmu, Btilthlo, N. -Y.: Dem
sir-Your "ciolldent Medil Discovery" hai
cured my boy ofa ifvor soro of two yours
standing. Please Iecept our gratit ude.
Yours truly, 11 BNIRY WR1ITINQ,
THEnm was nothing mean about him
"Charles," she said, as she leaned hei
classical head upon his broad, stalwar
shoulder, "I have. but one request t<
make before our wedding." "Speak out
dearest," he answered huskily. "Wha
is it?" "I want a look of your hair.'
"Take it, darling." he cried, snatohinj
off a brown, vinegar-colored wig an<
forcing it into her hands. Take it. 14
one shall ever say 1 refused any reques
from my future wife involving an out
lay of only $15."
Dr. Pierce's "Pellets"-lIttle liver pill
(sugar-coated)-purlify the blood, speediI:
correct all disorders of the liver, stomach
and bowels. By druggists.
Tim latest Whistlerian critieism
Whistlerian enthusiast-"And how di
you like the Whistler exhibition ?" Faii
critic--'Oh, I was charmed. The wals
the programmes, the furniture-every
thing was quite too lovely. All in yel
low and white, you know." Whistleria
enthusiast- "But the etchings?" Fal
critio-'-The etchings? I-I don't re.
member seeing them."
'The successful man has many imitators
in tis peculiar line of business, but still
there Is orily one originator. So, also, the
great petroleum hair renewer, Uarbollne,as
now improved andI perfected, holds the
palm agaimst all unitators as a genuine ar
ticle of merit. Try it.
1T has been discovered that potaali
for potatoes does little good unless ap.
plied early and thoroughly mixed witi
the eoil, This may Indicate either thai
the potato plant needs the potash in itt
eiarliest stages of growth or that the al.
kahi serves other purp)oses in developing
plant food in the soil, which requires
longer time. 1t is probable that crud<
potash Is rarely or never used as plani
iood. As It absorbs nitrogen and be
comes a nitrate of potash its virtues be
como.available for plant nutrition,
The IFraaer Axle Grease
Is the best in the market. It Is the most
eonical an,d cheapst, one box 1asting a-s
long as two of any otuer. One grsing will
last two wooks. it received first premium at
the Centennial and Paris Exp 'sations, also
me.!ala at various State fairs. Buy no other.
CHICKEN FEATHEn8R.-TIIO tail andi
wing feathiers of ch)ickens are uisually
thrown away as wortbless, but manu.
facturers of feathier-duste, B and othe
useful ar'icles pay good,prices for them,
The following direotions howv to savt
and pack for market, may 1be of servic<
to our readare: 1. Save all the larg<
and small tadleathers, and those iron'
thie first and second joints of the wing.
2. Pick dry and keep clean; lay their
straight, and pack in light boxes; dc
not tie in bundles nor ship in bags oi
barrels. 8. Keep the tail and wing.
"Wells'HIealth Rlenewer"restores health and VIgor
cnres Dyspepsla, Impotence, sexual Debility. $i.
IF the farmers of the country whc
own worthless - dogs-curs witi out
breeding--could be induced to destroy
them and substitute one well bred shep,.
herd pup, not more, to each farm, th
wealth of every farming communiity
would be vastly increased in many ways.
Farmers with a little tact in getting
along with a dog would soon find the
cooly saving them many a snep. Eagei
and anxious to learn, willing to do any.
thing in his power.the young dog nieedi
only wise and patient restraint, an In
tebilgens direction to make him the mosi
useful hand on the place..
*Drugglets say that Lydia E. 'mnkham'e
V getable (Iomnpound is the h>eat remnedi
for female comiplamnls they ever heard of,
ANDnEw BUnni-T, of Weliesley, whc
r*aises considerable quantities of flai
turnips for feeding to milch cows,writej
as follows: "When I grass down or
well manured lands the middle or lasi
of August, 1 sow a quarter of a pound
of white flat turnip seed to the acre witli
grass seed, harvesting' the turnips aftei
about three mon4hs' growth, Too muecl
seed is commonly used In raising tur.
nips. I should usd less than a pound
of seed to the acre if I were sowing
Srv-rIm .0OUT FOOD. -When an ani.
mat chews Its food and spite It out.
which is called quidding--It Indicates s
diseased, overgrown, or injured tooth.
This Interference with the masticatoi
produces Indigestion and failure ofeon
ditlon, but these ett'eots will soon disap.
pear when the cause is removed. The
teeth should be 4xaniined aind those that
are foilid disorder&l In aly way treated
as may be neede(1. If the -edges are
sharp or project, they should be rasped
and smOothed, or, if re9nisite, the tooth
should be rensoved, '2he trouble will
RheUmafls eura S
L.umbago, Backache, Jieadadh, To Oth
qBrTe m pssn s.1,a
ANDp ALI, OTIEZR HOD11- PAINS ACIgI&,
Bold bgDruggis&ts%udDeaers over wh .yfty 04ntis bottle.
A. VOUELENt 00.
A NOTED BUT UNTITLED WOMAN.
[Fro the Boston Glob#.j -
The abov is a good likeness of Mro. Lydia E. Ilk.
ham, of Lynn,s, sswho abov allother human belngu
may be truthfully called th "Dear Friend of Woman,"
as some of her correspondents love to call her. ho
is xcalously devoted to her work, which to thooutcomo
of a Ito-study, and ins obliged to keep six lady
assistants, to help her answer tIo large correspondenco
which daily pours in upon her, each bearing its special
burden of suffering, or joy at releaso from It. Her
Vegetable Compound is a medicine for good and not
evil purposes. I have personally investigated it and
am satisfied of the truth of this.
On account of its proven morits;At is recomilended
and prescribed by the best physicians n the country.
One says a "It works like a charm and saves much
paln. It will cure entirely tho worst'form of falling
of the uterus, Leucorrhoa, irregular and painful
Msstrunation,all Ovarian Troubles, Inlannation and
Ulceration, Floodings, all Displacements and the con.
sequent spinal weakness, and is especially adapted to
the Change of LAfo."1
It permeates Lvery portion of the system, and gives
now Hfe and vigor. It removes faintness, flatulency,
destroys all craving for stimulants, and relieves weak.
ness of the stomach. It cures Bloating, Ieadaches.
Nervous Prostration, General Debility, Sleeplessness,
Depression and Indigestion. That feeling of bearing
down, causing pain, weight and backache, Is always
permanently cured by its use. It will at all titnes, and
undnar all clrctcinstances, act in haanony with the law
that governs the fetale rystein.
It costs only $i. Iwr bottle or six for $5., and is sold by
druggists. Any advice requiredas to special cases, and
the names of inany who have beet restored to perfect
health by the use of the Wgetablo Compound, can be
obtained by addressing Mrs. P., with stamp for reply,
at her home in Lynn, Mass.
For Kidney Comnplaint of elhor sex this conpoundis
unmurlassed as abundant testinoninla show.
4 11r. Pinkan's Liver Pills," says one writer, "are
the beat in the erorld f.or the cure of Constipat ion,
Dillousnes andl Torpidity of the liver. ller Blood
Purillerworks ronders in its special line and hids fair
to etual the Componndl in its popularity.
All miust respect her as an Angel of Mercy whose sola
anbition is to do good to others.
Philadelphia, 'a1- 0) Mrs. A. M. D.
I T STOPPED FREE
* U ~ nsane Persons Hesiaod
* U Dr.KLINE'S GREAT
- WNERVE RESTORER
f.ara//BHaAsN & NaRVX IMasRAnuna. Oun/ysra
lrNPa Lan R e(ac as urectd A . ,/a4,
is ia' rc. rat"se andl $2s rial bottlec free to
ece C I. Slen , es. P. Oana a x. . s alareva(
aillcted to lniaN iio3 Arch St.. it'adelphia,a..
des Gn Agencoy, 159 udson Stret,N.Y.
fo t ialh lil-lox 10-4 ilith a.h.V.
THE SUN INEETN
.ITl aauperfiaaous words anal halrases of aanehaant aur
nalissn were Ioang ago aienaralh laby TJiW EI hU N t rea.
Port.s ian a frdpala. 'aiaeelnoat, nuaaonven-ationnaia ws all thaa
newstof thaswor1ld nal it anya ox ati- what I Uaankaa
( aouta)la antln nn~ aets sbt Halsrption:a D)AIL.
nige by iol,one.n n1ina, aor $1.50 a year;
hsBAS luI es),1$1.0per.,enr;W I:K .v (8plages),
L. W. ENGLAND. Pbliaher, New York City.
3QQ FAAlM F itR "A LI Ont or ne~ar nait wanlr;
hecalthay ad maildl elinaaato. iend.a stampal. I., t(i.
1. sLI!E & Ut).. Ili hlan at., Nairfaolk. Vsa.
CURIES WHERE Att ELSE FAILS,
liest Couagh Myrua' Tanat eagooda.
Usae In la'e. ao by diruaaists
'Iahe mostceativatinag naarratlvo of eaarly border lIfo
aver written. A lisnnunszn for Oldl Agenata atal a daaaa
did Msaster for Rieginnears. A eltsm are now ma a ahug
It0 to lf,bo. kaa >er day. We svana uns Agema ian o-et-y
towaa. ienad or ternaia and circualiara free.
3U orngrls lot laern. El N. 7ih Fireet,. Pla.. Pa.
Ligt Bsinssin your tounty. Address,
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Oirculars froo. VA Lat IN ve yO . Jase.a .
reum0 for Epiles or Fit,. irn2 hoturs. Free to
ior.D. KtnUsE.28- Arsaal 1., lIt. Lotnie. 11o.
Aure relief TlA
KIO0ER'8 PA8TILLES.''ia chRiowa a.
f ISY REItN N MAIL. -A ful aser, pa,, o
i blooDyas NBwa TalLo 8tmof Danss
I have a positive remedl air thte fabove disasoby Its
use thaousads of eases ofthe worste kind and ofIon
nieeytia Icwl enal Two hlO"n coitg.
ether lt ALABL TliIEATi8E on thIs dlsaessI,, toa
ys br ive A x ress ~and P. aathlren,
lelun establishes ts
for the Ouroor'
baa31ph oo esonswAgi.yJ eraofjfen.l
0 hthnaluo tfreto kty aat
Sll'"M.''al"i eprss a -na.,Nd ow Yoe.
0. B..m rmC
sligPe rA D for ajetd a ll ti. est
Otod e cent. ATIONA B, P0. 0. a .c
$5 to$2 rdyano .sa or
flu ChItRS-A wrnaaes suardsae 'C e
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