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il 4 aoio n u
haif A-century, the oero i o
grown fOxhf lt t e ewly oeed
land ,~thes best,Y A nex zt to tM,so1i
whioh hasi been in bor or potatoes. A
good, deep, rich loam is essential, as is
heavy manuring. Oi(ty leads of stable
manure to the acre are an ordinary ina
n'iring, and may be supplemented by
ashes,bone flour or guano as a top dres.
sing. The seeds should be sown early;
should be of the previous year's growth
and from a reliable raiser. The rows
are a foot apart, leaving ever7 seventh
for a path,and irom three to six pounds
of seed are sown to the acre. On land
not before in onions, thin sowing is bet.
ter than thick. After sowing, roll the
surface. Some now an ounce or two of
radish seed with every pound of onion
seed. The radishes come up in a few
days and mark the rows, so that the
hand cultivator or push hos can be run
close to the rows oven before the onions
are up. One essential point is weeding.
Unleb s one is prepared to give thorough
weeding, and at the right time,he should
not attempt to raise onions. It is no
fancy work and there is nomacbine that
will do it.. Unless one can go down on
his hands and knees astride of the row,
and remove all the weeds that are in
tne rows with his fingers at least twice
and sometimes three times, he will not
tie much troubled at the harvesting.
Excellent hand-weeders are made to run
clbse to the row, bus until the machine
can think, the rows themselves must
be weeded by hand. Clean culture,
which means the use of weeding appli
ances as often as is needed, must be se
TuE value of a pasture consists, first,
in a close, strong award. To have this
the soil must be firm, fertile and filled
wlth moisture. By this we do not
mean it shall be wet; on the contraiy,it
must be the reverse. The moisture
must be such as is held naturally (me.
chanically); not the moisture of satara.
tion, but that of vaporization. Thus a
perm anent pasture should never be
heavily cropped until it is well set
Hence none of the tuberous roote<
grasses like timothy are suitable tc
permanent pastures. They canno
stand close cropping nor constan
tramping. Pasture grasses, therefore
must be the fibrous and deep rooted va
Eac plants require a light, warm soil
and being very delicate and tender,mus
not be sot oft too early. They requir
a high temperature at all times. Sov
in hot beds about the first of April witl
good, steady bottom heat, and dela;
transplanting out until such time Ii
June as is necessary to avoid a tempo
rature much below 70 dog. Set two of
three feet apart each way, according t<
- the nature of the soil, more room being
needed it the soil is very fertile.
.lEnosENE oil may be used for de
stroying insects on planls by taking a
tablespoonful of oil and mixing it wit
half a cupful of milk and then diluting
the mixture with two gallons of water
Apply the liquid with a syringe, ant
alterward rinse wvell with clear water
This substance is death to plant insecti
and we have never heard of its injuring
the most delicate plants wvhen used ai
-~~~ ~here directed._____
OF all roots, except petatoes, booth
are most sensitive to frost. Carroti
being mostly deep in the ground, wil
stand considerable freezing withou
miuchi injury, provideri they are left t<
thaw in the ground. .Patranps an<
vegetable oyster plants are better fo:
being leit out all winter,anti of pairanipi
especially only enough should be pu'
in the cellar for use when those out o
doors cannot be gotten at.
A FAIImER writes that wheat landi
need thorough working, and "then ove
again, and iu a few days still again, ana
then it will pay you $5 a day to work I
again with the proper tools, althougl
you may think it cannot be improe
un. This is not very hard work, excep
for thea horses, as the driver can rid
while cultivating and rolihng, and whil
harrowing, if you have an improve<
Nov enough macuronce is made in thi
price of chickens well or poorly fed. T<
manny per sons one chicken Is just as goo<
as at other; but to one who apprciate
thifoerences im flavor there wvill be al
wide a range as between different fruits
The difference is p)artly in the breed
but much also depends on feeding
Fowls left to get their own living ca
many things uhon hunary that a well
fed fowl would not touch.
.TuE effect of at strong ray of light fab
hing on milk, is to dlevelop) the ferimen
tive organisms that lead to the decom
position of the liquid. They are of
vegetatble chiaraceter, and need light ai
well as wvarmith to enable them to thor
oughly do their wvork. It is best there
fore, t,o keep milk in the shade, not no
cessarily in a dark room, but away fron
the light of a window.
THE sooner scions are cut for graft
ing the better, but the y may be cut an,
time before the buds begin to sweld
The oabject in cutting early is to escap<
any intensely cold weather which may
happen to occur, and which would hav<
son.e tendency to check their vitality
and hence the reason that tney are of tet
best ii cut early in winter.
Tue cluster of eggs that may be fount
onl apple-tree limbs should be piokeo
off in order to prevent the hatching o
the tent caterpillar. Just at this seasoi
is a good time to make a thorough in
spection of the trees, and a little at
tention will save time and labor hereaf
THnn iJ more nutriment In stray
thtan is commonly supposed, and it riel
food like corn or cotton-seed meal is
fed, more ill be eaten by stock. Stras
alone is not nutritious enough for per
feet feed,while corn or cotton-seed mea
are too concentrated.
( THs hyacinth delights In a rich, hgh
sanay soil. The Dutch incorporaV
freely with their naturally Jight soil
compost consisting of one-third coars
sea or river sand, one-third rotten co1
dung without littnr, and one-third lea
Dn. VOeLEItE, of the Royal Eg3L.cul
* ~tural Society, says it will take four ton
of clover ensiage to equal one ton 0
clover hay as food, owing to the loss b,
- -fcrpientation,at the E xpense.of the':nos
valpable elemebte of the food.
AN~ authority aeclares that tIcks anm
e1c will neter be found troublesom
whiere siaOep'are fat and in good condi
1oj the pests only attacking podrl
lept anhiedfs Tite * moral" Is obvious
ing iimount to no light f8garg 'bere
:ay thie when three or fo,
glo,4e w+re onsidered q'ulte:extrava
gant, and many women appeared on the
streeto ontentidly with only ewq but
tons.: But ntiw ordn a eet glovee
run eight and ten buttons, and even
shop girls wear musquetaires. Instead
of wearing the long, wrinkled gloves
drawn up outside the sleeves to the el
bow they are now worn inside the sleeve.
The prevaling tints, I am told, are ja.
ponia and prawn. If anybody has the
most remote idea what these reseibe I
should be delighted to receive a sample.
It is Sanaorit to me. The same author
ity tells me that strawberry pink in pale
shades will be used to combine with all
the dark and fashionable reds which are
to be worn, whileorushed raspberry and
terra cotta gloves will slowly go out of
A PnEyrr way to vary the tidies made
of seine twine is to crochet a chain of
about 100 stitches, then go across it
with nine closely knit stitches, and then
with a space of equal width of open
work, and so on, forming a solid square
and one of open work. The three chains
between the blocks should have fifteen
stitches in two and fourteen in the
middle chain, the upper chain to be
caught to the center of the others. Ti.
dies made in this way are pretty when
lined with blue or cardinal silesia, and
are particularly adapted to the backs of
rattan or willow chairs.
Tim Parisian method of cleaning
black silk is simple. The silk must be
thoroughly brushed and wiped with a
cloth, then laid fiat on a board or table,
and well spbnged with hot coffee, thor.
oughly free from sediment by being
strained through muslin, The silk is
sponged on the side intended to show;
it Is allowed to become partially dry,
and then ironed on the wrong side.
The coffee removes every particle of
grease, and restores the brilliancy of
silk without imparting to it either the
shiny appearance or crackly and papery
stiffness obtained by beer, or, indeed
any other liquid. The silk real;y ap
pears thickened by the process, and
this good effect is vermanent.
A NIOE dish for supper is made o
sweet or Irish potatoes, which have beer
left from dinner (either baked or boiled)
Slice them, but not in very thin slices
lay in a baking tin or pudding dish, an<
cover each layer with lumps of butte
and wirth pepper and salt, If you Iik<
the flavor of pork, put two or three thii
slices of salt pork on the top. Baki
for half an hour. Raw potatoes ma;
be prepared in the same way, but wil
require a longer time to bake them. Tc
give an excellent flavor to warmed ove
potatoes, take some of the fat that you
cut from slices of beefsteak, fry in thi
pan till your have as muoh as you need
then take out the scraps and put in th<
potatoes. This is better than butter.
HERe Is a bit of economy: Examin<
the squashes in the collar; if they shovi
any signs of decay, bring them out t<
the light; out them in pieces; bake the
good part in the shell and when tenue:
scrape it all out, and dry it just as on:
grandmothers dried pumpkin for pies
before pumpkin meal and canned pump
kin were dreamed of ; then, when ready
to use heor pies, soak the dried squasi
all night In a little water, or in swee
milk, then proceed na for fresh squasl
pies. T1his is an economy that will bi
appreciatedj by every member of thi
family, for the pies are excellent.
A DELICIOUS cream cake to be eutei
while iresh is made of half a pound o
flour, three ounces of butter, one tea
epoonful of baking powder, two heap
ing tablespoonfuls of sugar, or a smnai
teacupful, a pinch of salt, a teaspoon
ful of gratea lemon peel, a cupiul o
cream that is not entirely sweet, an<
one egg, flout the butter to a cream
and mux the flour with it, then add thi
other imgredients; mix thoroughly, anc
bake in a moderate oven. This ii
especiatly nice with fresh fruit.
A SIMrLE but very handsome scar
Ii for a small table is made by takingt
t .three strips of broad ribbon, have thi
|centre strip of a contrasting color; foi
Sinstance, if the two outer pieces are o
the ombre or shaded ribbons so muel
in use a year or two ago, let the centrE
be of cardinal; turn the ends back t<
make them pointed, and put a tassel oi
each point; baste the ribbon to a limns
of silesia, old silk, or even of cantoi
flannel, and where the edgeworks join,
JF you are so fortunate as to have
velvet or even satin-hined cases for tea
spoons and forks, do not read this.T
protect the silver mn common use from
scratching, take a strip of the heaviesi
canton flannel; have is wide enough si
that utter laying the forks or spoons oi
it, the cloth can be toided over them
stiton a band of the flannel to the uppo:
part of It and fasten, leaving space~s o
loops through which to slip the silver.
Novn and strikingly elegant pianE
anid r,ame scarfs are made of plush, witi
figures applied in odd and out of-the
way designs. These figures may b<
purchaused at art stores; they are en
from Tiuris scarfs or shawls, and ar<
to be pasted to the plush, and1 then
after being outliued with gilt thread
are to bie used as a sort of centre fo:
long stitches in all colored embroiderj
silks. Much ingenuity and expressi1
of idiviuual taste may be exercised ii
D)o not line your pretty willow basket
If you wish to brighten it with a aug.
I -gestion of color, run a ribbon througl
,the row of holes near the top, and til
in a bow at its sides. (Out a pIe<.e o
pasteboard the exact size of the -botton
of the basket, cover ibis with allesia
caslhmere or silk, and tack with a fes
stitches to t,he bottom of the basket.
, BERVIOEABLE housekeepers' aproni
are naade by taking two long breadth
of fine wite cotton cloth. Out on,
Sbreadth in two parts, and put one o
these on at each side, so that there wil
I not be a seam In the front of the apron
make with a deep hem and broad inner
tion of rick-rack, or of Hamburg, or o
darned net. Tie wish long and broa<
ConN pone Is highly recommended a
a breaktast dish. T1ake one heaping
coif'ee cup of boiled hominy, heat It
and ~stir in a tablespoonful of butter
three eggs, and nearly one pint of swee
minlk; as much corn-mneal may be adde<
as will, serve to thicken this till it t
like the batter for the '.johnnycaka,
,Bake in a qiuck oven, and serve hot.
BANsoMs styles of lamp. are in-Jap
anese splash-ware with the vase reetini
on a glit stand hayngthe idrm of thosE
in carved teakwood. The accompanyin
globes are in om'oklpglass with desiu
14relief, d4d molt fregnently is ambe
or soit blue.,
J1 ' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 4 17 .th <"t ii ,;Ri ' fy:
dialogue took pla -
h ern you at copfesion lost?"
w eer at oonfeslon, sir."
What I.Did you never .make you
first oommtinlon 9"
"Are you a Catholio?"
"Then why did you come here?"
Tget some oonsolation."
"o y did you not go to your own
minister for consolation?"
"Well, sir, there Is something troub
ling my mind, and I was afraid to tell
it to my own preacher."
"Why were you afraid to tell it to
your own preacher?"
'Well, sir, he has got a wife, and I
knew if I told him any secret he would
tell his wie, and soon the whole con
gTegation would hear of it,"
An Indianapolis baby was bitten,
In tea+dng a pet Maltese kitten,
Before a day ended,
St. Jacob's Oil mended,
And with it mothers are smitten.
A hunter who lives at Bear Run,
Hurt his arm by the kick of a gun,
- The hunt it did spoil,
But St. Jacob's Oil
Cured him before swelling begun.
"WHAT were you put' in here' for?"
asked the penitentiary minister. of an
"For safe kapin', yer honor."
"I mean, what did you do?"
"Uome along quietly with the officers,
"You don't understand me. I mean
what crime did you commit ?''
"Wint to church."
"They certainly didn't put you in for
going to church. '
"Yes, sor, they found me in church
andtook me away."
"What were you doing in the church?"
"Hidin' a suit of clothes that I stole,
** "Little thanks are duo to him who
only gives away what is ot no use to him
self." The thanks of invalids the world
over are being showered on the inventor
of Kidnoy-Wort, for It is giving health to
all. Kidney-Wort moves the bowels reg
I ularly, cleanses the blood, and radically
cures kidney disease, gravel, piles, bilous
headache and pains which are caused by
t disordered liver and kidneys. Thousands
have been cured-why should you not try
S8liYFaded articles of all kinds restored
to their original beauty by Diamond Dyes.
Perfect and simple. 10 cents, at all drug
"FATHER," she began as she entered
the library with a hesitating step, "may
I ask you a question ?" "Certainly, my
dear-a thousand if you like." "Are
you afraid of dogs?" "Why, no 1" "Did
a dog ever bite you ?" "Never." "Did
one ever try to ?" "Not as I remember
of." "Uould dogs bite you if they wan
ted to ?" "Why, I presume so; but I'm
not afraid." "Oh, you needn't be a bit
afraid, for I heard a man on a ear say
that he was laying for you, and would
put you where the dogs couldn't bite
you! lie said you unloaded ou him,"
LoNE JAOK, Mo., Sept., 14, 18'79.
r e been usmgtHop Bitters, and have
compllalnts and malarial fever. TIhey are
superior to all other medicines.
P. M. BARNE8.
THE young man who called on hig
girl the other night and mistook the
oat for the chair cusliton and sat down
on it, says that he hiad no idea a cat
could come up to the scratch on such
flow to Neeus'e henltha.
Tt scems a trange that aniy one wvill sufrer from the
rnany derangoeuents brought on by an impure con.
dition of the blood whon Biovil's tiarsaparilla and
tiilingia, or nlood and Liver Syrup. will restoro per.
fact health to the p,hysical organization. It i.. tho beat
iiloodi Purifier Oor diiscovered, etrectumally curing
ticrofula. Hyiphiilio disorders, Weakness of the Kid
noys, Erysipelas, Mdalaria, all nervous disorders and
Debility, niliotts comiplatt, and all diseases lidicat
ingan impure conditoun or the lilood, Liver, Kidneys,
Stomach. etc. It corrects indigestion. A single bottle
will prove to you ita merits as a he sith renewer, for it
acts liko a charum, espeotally whien the complaint Is of
an oxhastivo nature, having a t.utoney to iessecn the*
attural vigor of tile brain and noervoita system.
BuxTzirL and the telephone: (who has
just had a telephone put up, calls for
the repairer next day)-"Looc a-here,
my vrent, tidn't you dole me dot deller
vone ebbeak Cherman undl gonverse in
I hermnan?" Repairer-"Yes, sir." Herr
B 1.-"Vell, py chimmetty i I dalk Oher
-mnan to dot dellervone yest'3rtay, mit
bolidencas, ut py unt py it say, 'Hello,
phawt the divil air y,e jabbermn'? Coet
off, ye ould Dutchy!' I ton'd allow no
dellervone to sass me dot vay. Donnor
himmel iDake id avay I"
*IJydia 1E. Pinkham, whose benevoi3nt
Sface is shadowed in almost every paper
- we pick up, appears to have discovered
what AddIson calls "The grand elixir,
t to support the spirits of human nature."
It Is quite evident that she has the patent
and has secured the contract for malking
over and Ian proving the invalid corps of
Fonon of habit: The following good
story is told of the secretary of the San
Francisco Philharmonic Society: A
gentleman rang his door bell one even
ing and asked if a Mr. --lived there.
"No," said the intensely musical Henry,
pointing up the street: "he lives about
an octave-I mean eight doors higher."
Great improvements have recently been
made in Carboline, a deodorized extract of
petroleumn, the areat natural hair reower,
and now it is absolutely perfect as an ox
I quisito and delightfully perfumed hair
disinsg and restorer,.iEverybody is do
lighted with it. Bold by all druggist.
I Tnus generosity: Said .Brown in a fit
of spleen: "Oharley is the biggest fool
- In the world." "Mighty generous in
you to say so," was Fogg's quiet re
Vatarrh of thme hhladder.
Stinging IrritatIon, Inflammation, al) Kidney andl
Urinary t.Winpainta, cured by "JDuchupaba.n 1.
"Wuron do you like the best-your
father or your mother ?" asked a visitor
of a chubby hittle fellow. "Oh, I like
ma the bout. She spanks me with the
soft aide of h<r hands. Pa takes a shin
ShnaimdIsordered blood, general debllt,
s re often ered by BrownuneIron Bitters.
u A MN s patented alamp that wil
explo4e as soon as it Is ttfrned way
down. He has five daughters.
YI toi (God, but oonttuut4
RtouZ o rb Clars out i ice ,Qaches,
(AIRP13P ~ k
rowu'd ro1tr 8te bee Iron prptato
I ave evr t yyears o pactice.5
eas t .O e saber of the Profesoioit
Testt 1 sRentifo Prepa.
rguoo t 'er loanbot .
li. DAWWt; has Gag in the drug business in the
city of Prov itfdtty.lve years ac lerk and pro.
prieto' In 'opd ttuing, and' knows whereof he
Dirt.Dy le-t'' I have suffered, in.
teuely t t what isgenerally called rheuma.
tism. Ws u lo i was confined to my bed
and 'walk a . I could not bear the weighl
of theb : sb'exerutating was the agony I on.
dured I. alwayanoticed-that bifore these attacks
came on my kidneys *ere affected; before there would
be Any e*in in in hmb or any swellings of Joints or
limbs, the 10y, of the secretions from the kidneys
would be ydrydark anq the odor strong and feverish.
.The last attack was vy severe, about Ave years ago,
and I was oon46d to the house several weeks, and
was unable to 'attend to business in three months.
During the tlpI9-wal confined at home and the time
of my convale(;benoe 1emploredfour of the best doo.
tore that I cold obtain, lnt none of them gave me
permanent relief, for they didhot go to work at the
cause of the troub.le.. Having beep acquainted with
the proprietor of Bigt's 4eUedY a long time I was t -
duced by him to give it a trial, hoping that it might
reach the seat .f t0 'dtseaso; and after taking one bot.
tle I found riteOlf vori much improved, and after
taking the aptoxnd Y was feelingr bettor than I had sftsr
any previgus ittaoXs. During many months prvioius
to takiug the temedy my hands and Angers would be
very much swollen and sitf evere morning; my. left
side, in the rutioqt'of, stomach and op een, was very
ia t..and sensittve; at tmea I would be taken with so
vere orampd over tet spleen, and be. obliged to apply
mustard or cayennefor temporary relief; I was very
nervous nights and could not sloop; I was obliged to
be very particular in my diet andmy physical sistem
was sadly demoralized Since I have taken Huut's
Itoeuedy'systomatically all these things have changedI
I have no swollen handsor limbs, no pains or eramps
in the side, can eat all kinds of food. sleep soundly and
get th.roughly rested, and my kidneys are active and
perform their functions promptly, thus taking out of
the system all the poisonous sccretions which con"
taminate the whole system where the kidneys do nol
act efficiently. My friends, what Hunt's Rome t y ha,
done for me it wil do for all of you. I believe it to hi
the only sure cure for al, diseaaes of lho Kidneys,
Lver and Urinary organs. lospootfulhKy
i. t. LAWLSY. e8% Broad lit.
.1S A SURE CURE
fPr all diseases of the Kidneys and
nhas speio aotion on this most important
organ, enabling it to throw off torpidity and
naoon. stimulating the healthy soorotion of
the Be, and by keeping the bowels in free
condition, ofiboting its regular dischargeo.
Ma marrala. th"a"hi s
are bilious, dypptio. oroonstipatod, Kidney
Wort wll surea r*lov and uicky cre.
In the Spring tooloanso the System, every
one should take a thorough course of it.
Ut- 8OLD BY DRUOGISTS. Price $1.
S ST OMAC
There lhas never been an Instance In which this
sterling Invigorant snd ani-febrile med,icinee has
failed to wvard off the complaint, when takcn duly
as a protection against malaria. Hundreds of
phiysicin have abandoned all the officinal specif
ics, and now prescribe this harmless vegetable
tonic for chills and fever, as well as dtysqppsia
and nervous atfections. Hlostettor's Bitters is the
specific you needl.
For sate by all Druggists and Dealers generally.
The Bad and Worthless
are never nnftated or cotaterfeited. This Is
especially true of a family medicine, and it Is
positive proof that the remedy Siiated Is of the
highest value. As soon1 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 sprnng up
and began to steal the notices in which the press
and the people of the country had expressed the
meilts of H. 13., and in every way trying to in
dluce suffering invalids to use their auluff Instead,
expecting to make money on the credit and good
name of II. B. Many others started nostrums
put tip in similar style to H1. B., with variously
devised names In which the word " Hop," or
" Hops" were used in a way to induce people
to believe they werec tiho same as Hop Blitters.
All such pretended remedies or cures, no matter
what their style or name is, and especially those
with the word " Hop" or " Hops" In their name
or In any way connected with them or their name,
are imitations or counterfeits. Beware of them.
Touch none of them. Use nothing but genuine
hop hitters, with a bunch or cluster of green
llop on the whIte label. Trust nothing else.
Drugists and dealers are warned against dealing
In imit ations or coiluterleits.
18IST OF DISE ASES
ALWAYS OURtABLE BY USINTG
OP EUNAN FLBSH. 01P ANIMAl.S.
Durns and Scalds, Sores and GaHei '
Stings and Bites, Spavln, Cracks,
Cuts and Bruises, Screw WVorma, Grtb,
Sprains dr Stiches, Feot Riot, Hoef At),
StiffJoints, Swinny, Founders,
Backache, . Sprains, Strains,
Eruption., Sore Feet,
Frost Bites, Stilnhess,
and all external diseases. andoveryburtoraeeident
Porgenaral uso In family, stableand stock yard i61s
THRE BEST OF ALfTe
A"A"l,"I "Ja'ian*lea'"st t'"Meant
dro P R le a
$66*fa**M .O", r iM p Iad,
duc i . hv
.Medioal Discovery" an.sevre .;
soription ," and feel that well1.
- "Very respectflly,
DErLILAH B. MOMr.LAN, Arlington, Ga
OArP thou wait ? Then t , Isooes
is assured; for patione is genius and a
gensius for. paine;eepoe,
"WarL, dad,nhsidol began as
he placed a top ral i'psaco"e
twenty-ono year old toilmori'ow."
"Yes," grudgingly reped the old
"And I'll be-my own boss."
The old man looked troubled, and it
was a long three minute before he
"Yee here, I believe you have jumped
ahead a ya.,
1" '- be dad. The date is down in
the Bible, and in your own writing."
"".'1e, eh? Wall, I never got anything
right within a month, and I reckon I let
it run along three or four weeks before
I put it down. We'll call- it a month."
"Not much I b'm going to work for
Deacon olkins to-norrow."
"Sam," said the old man. as he let
the maul down beside the rail-out,
"tlis 'erse fence W as got . to go up if it
busts the country. I'll shave the time
down to two weeks, ad if you'll pitch
in right smart you can call me old man
after noon to-morrow."
Sam agreed. It was better than
working for $16 a month.
For weak lungs, spitting of blood, short
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"Goldn Medical Discovery" is a soverein
rednoy. uperior to cod liver oil. icy
"Loo out," exclained a man over
whose face a barber was moving a razor,
"you are cutting oft my moustache."
"You didn't tell me not to out it"
the barber rephed. "With me a man
must always specify."
"All right," said the customer. When
the barber had finished, the man arose
from the chair, approached the artist
and gave him a violent kick.
"Look out, you are kiaking me,"
howled the barber. -
"You didn't tell me not to kick you.
With me a man must always specify.
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"It's to drink that I owe the bad
luck of loif,"said an Irishman in answer
to a question propounded by a temper
ance advocate. "If it wasn't for whis
ky, yer honor, I'd be at work this min
"Lost your position through the in
fluence of whisky did you?''
"Oh, no, sor, I still have a job."
"Well, why would you be at work if
it were not for whisky.
"liecause I came away to gli a drink,
yer honor ?"
~*"Every truth has two sides; look at
both before committingyourself to either."
Kidney-Wort challenges the close,t scruti
ny of its ingredients and its grai,d resultes.
It has nothing to fear from truth. D. 'ctora
may disagree as to the best methods and
remedies, for the cure of constipation and
disordered liver and kidneys. But those
that have used Kldney-Wort, agree that it
is by far the best medicine known, Its
acti"n ts prompt, thorough and lasting.
&"' With Diamond Dyes any lady can
get as good results as the best practical
dyer. Every dye warranted true to name
IT Is no merit of mine that he loves
me, but It will be n.y fault if he ceases
to love me.
--One voice all over the iand goes up
fromi mothers, that says, 'My daugriters
are so feeble and sad, with no strength,
all out of breath and life at the least exer
tion. What can we do for them?" The
answer is simple and full of hope. One to
four week's use of Hop hitters will make
them healthy, rosy, sprightly and cheer.
THAT was- sound advice gven by a
sage lo a young writer; thin much,
write littie; publish still less. -'
For dyspepsia, indigestion, depression
of spirits and general debility, in their va
rious forms; also as a preventive against
fever and ague and other intermnittent
fevers the "Ferro.-Phosphorated Elixir of
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New York, sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonio; and for patients recovering
from fever er other sickness, It ha.- no
WOMrEN swallow at one mouthful the
lie that flatters, and drink drop by drop
the truth that Is bitter.
The mraxnr. Axie Urease
Is the beat in the market. It is the most
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long as two of any other. One creasing will
last two weeks. It received flrat~ premium ai
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EXPEmENoEm is the name men give to
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THE first and worst of all faults Is to
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.tSE discreet in all thiugs, and so ren
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TiH E hygiene of quackery has done more to
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cures the wvorst fornm of dytipopsia.
No principle is more noble,' as there
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You would use St. Pat,iok's Salve If you
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"One soweth, and another reapeth,''
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tor Liver Complaint anid Billotsnans.
Tasteless, harmless, infallIble. 15o.
. H who Is the most, slow in making a
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Ynee of it,
Ladies and children's lioots 'anid shoeb
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- Itiffeners are 11e1.
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A Medicine for Woman. Invented by a Woman,
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the Oreatest Medieal Discovery Since the Dawn of illotery.
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1MPhysicians Use It and Prescribe It Freefy.'1
It removes faintness, flatuloney, destroys all craving
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That foling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
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For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sez
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Rli eradicate every vestige ofHumors from the
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Wa woman orohild. Insist onoaving t.
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Radway's Sarsaparil ian
A remedy ompbsed of ingredients of extraor.
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It ra1! and Invigorate the broken-down and
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Not only is a compensating remedy, but secures
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skin eruuttons are removed ; sores and ulcers soon
cured. Persons sufferig from scrofula, eruptive
diseases of the eyes, mouth ears. legs, throat and
glands, that have acoumulated and sproad, either
from uncured diseases or mercury, or from tit,
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to make Its mpression on the system.
One bottle contains more of the active princi
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Taken In teaspoonful doses, while others require
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One Dollar a Bottle.
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Radway's Ready Relief1
The Cheapest and Best Medicine for
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In from one to twenty minutes never falls to
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no matter how violent or excruciating the pam,
the Rheumatic, Hed-ridden, Inflirm, Crippled,
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may sufer, RAlWAY'S READY RELIEF will
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INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
INFLAMMATION OF TUE BLADDER,
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8ORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BItEATIIING,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPIHTHERIA, .
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CIIILLS,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST BITES,
BRUISES, LUMBAGU, SCIATICA,
NE RVOUSNESS, SLEEPLESSNESS,
COUGHS, COLDS, SPRAINS,
PAIS IN THE CHREST, BA0O
or LIMBS ar'e ins-antly relieved.
IN ITS VAItION FOLI
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FEVER AND AGUE cured for 50 eta. Thiere Is
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Fever and Agne, and other Malarious, Bilious
Scarlet, Typhoui Yellow and other fevers (aided
1IEAD) RELIEF.LSs qickly as RAD\ Y'
It will in a few momenti, when taken internally
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ala, Palpitation of the Ileart, CoId Chills 1Iyslrku
Pains In the Bowels, iarrhcna, Dysentery, Colic
Wind in the Bowels, and all Internal Palue.
Travelers ahould always carry a bottle of RAD
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b e r., d Lumabermen should always
R egulating Pills .
Perfeot, Purgative, Soothing, Aperi.
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A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR
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~Observe the following symptoms resulting
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Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea Heartburn,
Disu t of I ood, Fullness or Weiglt in the Sto
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the Skin and yes Pain in thes Side, Chest
Libs and Sudce n 'lushes of Heat., Burning in
A few doses of RADWAY's Pr wil. free the
system from all the above-Dained disorder,
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