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HALTrns FoR HEIFn" . - Heifere
should never be allowed be allowed to
grow up to milking time without having
been halter-broken. Also,while young,
and consequently a great deal more
manageable, they should be taught to
stand around and become -familiar with
being handled, so that when an attempt
is made to milk them, they will not be
frightened or inclined to kick. It does
pot take any longer to break a heifer
when young, and have her accustomed
to being handled so that she will sub
mit to being milked when the time
comes, than it does after she comes in.
It must be apparent to an1 one who
gives the subject a moment a thought,
that the latter is the worst possible time
to undertake training a heifer. She is
in an excited condition; wildly afraid
her young will be molested; naturally
considers that the effort to milk her is
interfering with the rights of her young
which makes her still more nervous and
excitable, and with a motherly instinct
she will hold up her milk to save it for
the calf. I like the plan of putting hal
ters on heifers and tying them up in
stalls the same as horses, where they
can be taught to stand around, back up
and step forward at the word, and by
being led out to water, they can easily
be taught to follow the halter The
udder and teats should be handled fro
quently, and the card and brush used
often. When these pains are taken,
much annoyance may be saved after
Walu, and when it is necessary to move
the cow from one place to another, her
docile and gentle habits will be more
than a reward for the trouble, and in
striking contrast with yelping dogs,yel
ing boss, whips, stones, clubs and
curses, which too often constitute the
outfit for driving unbroken cows.
'LE value 01 a pasture consists, first,
in a close, strong sward. To have this
the soil must be firm, fertile and filled
with 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 hold naturally (me
chanically); not the moisture of satura
tion, but that of vaporization. Thus a
permanent pasture should never be
heavily cropped until it is well set,
Hence none of the tuberous rooted
grasses like timothy are sitable to
permanent pa.tures. They cannot
stand close cropping nor constant
tramping. Pasture grass.es, therefore,
must be the fibrous and deep rooted va
A LoA.a1 soil that is neither so light
as a sanucy nor so tenacious as a clay
soil is, as a rule, best adapted to fruit
orchards. What are known as calcare
ous loams are so prized by the fruit
growers; so are the most lands in lime
stone districts. Fruit trees make a rank
growth in alluvial soils, but, generally
speaking, they are neither so hardy nor
so fruitlul as are trees in soil containing
more sand, clay or gravel, and less veg
etable mould. The fruit is not so high
flavored as if from a loamy soil. A
gravelly soil is not suited to truit trees,
anti must be mixed with clay, mubt,
peat and the like to insitre any success.
THE OARDEN.-The farmer who bas a
- nea.t and wevll-kept garden is almostsure
to have a neat and well-kept farm, a
comfortable and welt-appointed home,
tidy out-buildmngs, anti stock in gootd
condition; and the housewife who takes
pride in her garden, generally has
a home to take pride in and be proud
STRAwBERRiIEs. -A new self-te uding
strawberry bed is the invention of a
C)aliformian. FAll with earth any sort of
a barrel that has been bored well all
around with inch-holes. Plant straw
beries in every hole and in the open
top, root downwards and top outwards.
].t is a great success. It is quite ornate,
and it wdll keep for several months in
PROeF. .T. P. STsLLE, of Alabama, is
down on what lie calls the "carp farce.'
lie thinks the carp is no better than the
buffalo fish. Ho calls it the "aqluatic
buzzard." and says it is the "meanest
fish of any waters; a nasty, grisly-Ilesh
ed kind of mud-sucker, which digs in
the muck and feeds on decaying sub
As FAn as possible the formation of
mainure heaps in the fields should be
avoided, .If formed, Jhe practice of
turning over the manure should be aban
doned, as labor is thus lost and much
manure wasted. The best authorities
consider it best to cart the manure di
rect Irom the barnyards to the land and
spread it at once.
A PET L,AMn.-By training a pet lan'b
to come at the call, and afterward put
ting it wiLh the flock, the owner can
call his sheep wherever they hear him,
as the pet wvill come, followed by the
Niiax T Es .-j f all bu tter-makers
tIouhlI get Iluitable glasses and test each
cow's milk separately, many times they
would find that their best cow is the
thinnest one. They might also find
out that some cow considered good was
really an unpIlrofitable animal.
A EXP'EIUMENTAL farm and hospital ik
to l:e estabblsbed near Washington
City for the tr<alnment of domestic
annnuals, aund to asceertain, by scientific
exp)e)iments, the causes of their va
riouis diseases and how they may be
As A rule less attention is given the
pig-pen e.han the stable, and the swine
which are kept constantly in e:mflumed
qluarters are much more lia ble to become
diseased when neglected than any other
live stock. Clean quarters for pigs will
well repmiy their owners.
A TrAsooNF'UL of Ilowers of sulphur
is a goodl thing to put in the nest of a
sitting hen, to kill lice, and as all nits
arc hatched witin ten (days, when the
mother leaves the nest with her brood,
the is perfectly free from nits or lice.
.AN English wri er says that no0 mat
t -what cow a Red iPolled (Norfolk)
unll is muited with, the result is ai
calf always hornless, and usually redl in
A UnATricAL farmer recommends the
growing of two crops of buckwheat in
succession as a means of exterminating
wire-worms. They will not eat buck
wheat, and arc starved to death.
TnunTr thousand head of sheop have
recently been shipped from California
to Howard county, Texas, where they
will be ranched,
AUSTRIAN toads are largely imported
into England for killing Insects, etc., in
gardens. They fetch from $15 to $20 a
TAINo OA of FuEsu Ponx.-The
livers of old hogs are not healthy food
for people, but the livers of healthy
pigs may be eaten by those who relish
them. When cutting meat to cook, al
ways cut across the muscle. If out
lengthwise of the muscle it is tough and
indigestible, and almost valueless. Let
the fat meat fry some time before put
ting in lean pieces. as the latter fry
sooner than the former and become too
hard before the fat pieces are done.
Do not salt fresh meat while frying uu
til it is nearly cooked, as salting makes
the juice of the meat run out more and
the meat is not so tender. Some peo
ple relish a sprinkling of sage in freshly
tried pork. The sage should be dry,
and pulverized and dredged on while
frying. .The tenderloins and spare-ribs
are used for fresh meat. When the spare
ribs are to be kept awhile, unless they
can be kept frozen and cool, they ought
to have the blood washed off before it
becomes dry, and some fine salt rubbed
over them. The heads are opened, the
brains removed, the eyes dug out the
ears out off, and all superfluous parts,
with the snout, removed. Some fami
lies bake the upper part of the head,
and salt the lower part with the hams
and shoulders to smoke. Before baking
the heads they should be boiled till
quite tender; a handful of salt should
be added to the boiling water, and
whether they are to be baked, made into
to head-cheese or scrapple, each family
can best decide for itself, according to
the circumstances and likings. The legs
are sometimes salted with the pork;
sometimes they are worked up into
head.cheese or scrapple. Some people
wash off the bloody pieces, cut off some
of the lean from the side pork which is
not so good salted, and work the pieces
into sausage. Some take a shoulder for
sausage. After cutting the -sausage
meat up and grinding it through the
machine, it is seasoned with pulverized
sage, pepper and salt; then the easiest
way to dispose of it is to pack it in long,
narrow cloth. bags and hang it in a cool,
dry and airy place.. When wanted to
cook, rip down the bag till enough sau
sage can be obtained for cooking. Add
a little water and cook slpwly.
Mr. John O.sborue, Musical Bazaar, 'To
ronto, Canada, writes that his wife was
cured of rheumatism by the great pan
banisher, St. Jacob's 0.1; that he has
found it an invaluable remedy for many
LAMP SHADES.-There is a mania just
now for subdued lights; even globes
take all kinds of fanciful shapes and
colorings. A light and pretty lamp
shade is made of yellow or red Persian
silk or sarsanet, stretched over a wire
mount, arranged in six sections. A thick
ruchiug of frayed out silk entirely
frames each division, which is partly
veiled by a flounce of wbize lace. The
same delicate tissue, but of a narrower
width, borders the lower part, over
hanging a flounce of the silk, prettily
pinked out. It is more effective to have
the crimson silk shade for a globe light
reach only within two inches of the up
per edge of the globe, The effect of
the white light above the rony color is
that of some rare flower opening out of
a pink-tinted calyx; the fringe below
must be long enough to conceal the
glare of the flame. Only those glass
globes that are widely opened below are
effectively covered by these silk screens;
otherwise too much light is cut off.
Whiat, ft Did for an Olid I4ady.
CosILooToN STA'rloN, N. Y., D)ec. 28, 1878
(.ENTs --A nunibor of people had beenl
using your Bitters here, and with marked
effect. In one case, a lady of over seven
ty years, had been sick for years, and for
the past ten years has not been able to be
around halt the time. About six months
ago she got so feeble she was hctp/ess.
Hecr 0ok1 remedies, or physicians, ingIi or
no avail, I sent to D3posit. forty-five miles
away, and got a bottle of f lop Bitters. It
improved her so she was able to dr!ess her
self and walk about the house. When she
had taken i,he second bottle she was able
to take care of her own room and walk out
to her neighbor's. and has improved all
the time.since. My wire and children also
have dteri ved great benefit from their use.
W. B. HIATlA WAY, Agt. U. 8. Exr. Co.
IBrunAun AND R1ros.--Une of the most
wholesome dishes for children at this
season is compote of rh'ibarb and rice.
Rhubarb, .iust now, is the only seasona
ble0 substitute for oranges, which have
been plentiful, and it is impossible to
overrate its value in early sprma, To
prepare, take a bundle of rhubarb, four
ounces of rice, one and one-half pounds
of loaf sugar, one pint of milk and twvo
drops of essence of lemon or vanilla;
wash and p)ick the rice and drop it into
the milk, which miust be boiling, and
four ounc'es of loaf sugar and the vanilla;
boil till the rice is tender, then remove:
from the fire and let it get cold; trim
the rhubarb, cut it into one-inch pieces!
and( stew them in a small quantity of.
water until thoroughly cooked, when the
juice from the rhubar b abould be poured
into another stcwpan, with onc-quarter
of a p)ound of sugar and one-half a pint
of water to boil1 for eight or ten minutes,
strain it and pour over the rhubarb;
iet it awvay to get cold, and when needed
serve in the centre of a dis. with the
rice around it.
* *"Figures are not al ways faci,3, '' but
the incontrovertible facts conmcerning Kid
ney Wort are better than most fIgures.
For instance: "It is curmng everybody"
writes a dIruggist. "Kidney-Wort is the
most popular miedicine we sell." it shouild
be by right, for no other medicine has
such specIfic nation on the liver. bowels
andl kidneys. Do not fail to try It.
?A&"The most brilliant shades possible
on all fabrics arc made by the D.amond
D)yes. Unequalled for brilliancy and dum
rabihity. 10 cents.
MAKE A WARM SUD)s.-To each pail of
suds put 1. tablespoonful of ainimonjia..
Put your white clothes in, cover close,
and let them soak 1 hour. 'Pr opare a
suds for boiling, making it, if anythuing,'
a little stronger wIth the amnmmonia
thain the first one. When warm, wriing
out your clothes,'sudsing them around
well to rinse out the (lirt, and( p)ut them
in your boiler. Bring to a brisk boil.
Rinse as usual. If you use hard water
put some washing soda in.
W HooPING* CoUor HlBEMEDY. --.issolve
a scruple of salts of tartar in i pint clear
water; add to it 10 grs. of finely pow
dered cochineal and sweeten with loaf
sugar. Give a child within one year i
of a spoonful of this four times a day,
with 1 spoonful of barley water after it;
two years old, j spoonful; above four
yearsi1sponul. Boiled apples put
inowarm milk may be his chief fooo.
This relheves in 215 hours and cures in
Tn boys were calling names and dis
puttng on Larned street when a gentle
man halted and said to the eldest: "Boy,
this isn't beginning life right." "He
sassed me fust I" "But he is the smal.
lest. How it sounded for you to twit
him with his father in the penitentiary.
He has gone away crushed and degra
ded." "Well, I'm sorry," replied the
boy, after a moment's thought. "and I
guess 1'll run after hln and tell him my
father is in the work house I That'll
kind o' take his lonesome feelin' away I"
**"Troubles often cnme from whence
we least expect them." Yet we may often
prevent or counteract them by prompt and
intelligent actioL'. Thousands of poraons
are constantly troubled with a combina
tion of diseases. Diseased kidneys and
costive bowels are their tormentors. They
should know that Kidney-Wort. acts on
these organs at the same time, causing
them to throw off the poisons that have
clogged them, and so renewing .he whole
1I" [he Diamond Dyes for fauuiy use
have no equals. All popular colors easily
dyed, fast and beautiful. 10 cents a pack
A PATENT medlcin mnian wrote to the
editor of a religious paper enolosing five
dollars and saying: "Enclosed please
find five dollars, for which I want you
to say that my chill medicine is the
best in the market." The editor re
plied: "I am thankful for your opinion
of my paper as an advertising medium,
but I cannot conscientiously say that
your medi-ine is the best, consequently
I declhne your proposition." "That's an
honest man," mused the advertiser.
"Some men would have hello, he
didn't return the five <dollars.
DELEVAN, Wis., Sept, 24, 1878.
GaST8 -I have taken not gulto one bottle
of the 1i0p Bitters. 1 was a feeble old
man of 78 when I got it. To-day I am
as active and feel as well as I did at 80.
I see a great many that need such a medi
cine. D. BOYCE.
IN the bar room of a Washington
hotel a gentleman was praising the wit
and eloquence of a well-known orator.
"I have heard him in the Senate and
on the stump." lie observed, "but lie is
always greatest at the dinner table."
"I bet I know a greater one," chipped
in an Omaha man present.
"I doubt it,' returned the first speak
"You may doubt it if you will," said
the party from the region of the setting
sun, "but it's God's truth that I have
known him to eat three pounds of steak
at a single meal."
*Revelation suggests the idea that from
Woman comes the power to "bruise the
serpent's head." The words take a new
meaning to-day since this is precisely
what Lydia E. Pinkham's Remedies do
for the physically diseased patient. Her
Vegetable Compound reaches the ultimate
sources of the evil. Its action is gentle
and noiseless, but it is more powerful
than the club of Hercules. --Bazar.
"IT is held among alenists that a
change in haits and characteristics is
an evidence of insanity,'' said Fogg.
*Now you know why I won't have any
thing to do with your revival meetings,
a change of heatrt. and alt that sort of
thing. You wvant me to advertise myself
as a lunatic." "Oh, no," replied the
deacon, "a change of habits and char
acteristics in some persons is evidence
of sanity, you know."
Tlhe Teatianony. of a Piayalilan.
Jameas ieeher. M D., of s'gnrny,Iows, aayn: For
Euveral yearI have bean iBinga Con.gihn:iisam,caiicd
D)r. wmn. IIali', B-ils:um f r the Litnirs, and in almost
overy case throiighit nuy p'ractico I hava had enitire
plac'ess. I have uisei and iproscribed hundreda of bot.
tie.. ever sinica the d ,ys of my ' rmny practica (1863),
when I was surgeon of IHosp'tal No. 7, Louisviilo, K(y.
ilcenry's One'Rolie Naive.
It in the B3 -st :iva for Cut-", nerupAi, sores. Uicora,
Sait nhete,in, Te't'ter, Chaipped IIanudt C,,iiilaiuis,
cor.is aint ani khads of skhmi Eruptilon,. Frdckles and
"Do you xnow the prisoner ?" asked
a Harlem judge of a wvitness. "Yes,
sir, I doC; I know him intimately; he and
I were in a bank together at the -same
time." "Ah, wvhenm was that ?" was the
questioni of a shrewd lawyer, who was
counsel for the prisoner. "Well, as
near as I can remember, it was five
years ago and about three o'clock in
thie morning; none1 of thle bank officers
were p)resent at the time." The witness
was speedily excused.
For dyspepsia, migestlon, (tipression
of spirits and general debility, in their va
rious forms; also as a preventive against
fever and ague and other mntermittent
fevers, the "Ferro-Phosphorated Elixir of
Cahsaya," made by Cawell, Hazard & Co,
New York, sold by all -'Druggists, is the
best tonic; and for patients recovering
from fever' or other sickness, it has no
"IT wasn't a Festival, you know, be
cause a 1"estival, you know, is a-er
combination competition of a- or- sov
aral organizations, you know. It wasn't
a Festival, at all; it was a-er- what
yoimnycallit concert, you know.I
know it wasn't a Festival, because I
ion'L feel a bit festive over it, you
J)owt'. lite in tree iiouse.
"Rotugh on lRats." Cleirs out rats,mnice,roachesa,
A NEwV YOnK phlysicianl says it is dan
gerous to kiss any one wh1o is hungry,
as5 the saliva at such times is very pois
onous. Tis~ will probably Ixp)laml why
a young man fills his coat pocket Wvith
caramiels when going to see his girl.
He guards against the danger referred
t.o by' the physician aforesaid by appeas
ing her alppetite with sweet-meats before
t,he osculatory exercises commence,
For STPX PNXON, )A KOTA Ti':. -R1ev. Jamnes
MicCart,y Hays: "Irowni'a iront liters cur' ime of
B3AnNUM claims that his thirteen Nu
b)ians1 have a horror of water for bath
ing purpons07e. It was a pliece of super.
crogal-ion and a waste of money to hn
port such "curiosities." The woods in
this counti'y are full of 'cm, Barnum
might have lassoed a doenm tramps,
Muirder will out.,so wvill tihe fact tat C iir
bohne, a dcodoriz.ed extiact of petr'oleuim,
the natural liair renewer andi restorer, is
the best prenaration ever inveuted and ex
cels all other hair dressings, as thousands
of genumne certificates now in our posses
sion abundantly prove.
A MnesounI paper proclaims that its
prayer for rain wvent to press at three>
o'clock, aind before six cool and refresh
ing howers had descended, It is ne
more thani right to grant the request of
a man who dtoesn't ask a favor but once
in his life
Dr. Ss Silsbee's Extral Remedy'
Olves instant relief and is an lt. allible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Bold l Druggists everywhere. Price $100 pea bo
apre by utai. Samples sent feto i'h)eloane
al surers, by '. Noestaed r& Co.. loxU$a1
ew YorkClty. oemanufa,:turerbof "Anakee. .
No Ao gs. N, an .rtn-- A esmner eIdyA"
Fran t ha'at kt eence lelrelasut.
Mr. Georgo H. Davis, a fruit dealer at 297 Westtnin
ster street, bears his grateful toatiniony to the un
euqualol excellence of thte production of one of our
moat skillful Prov.denco Pharmacis s. Mr. Davlsays: 4
"Last spring I was very greatly troubled with severe
Inllauntmation of the kldney., and it bo ramo so bad
thatat times I urinated blood, and my sufferings were
intense. My condition was so painful that for a while
I was sear ely able to attend to busihess, and the a .
voro pains woult come so suddonly and severely that
I would be obligod to leave a oust.tmer whom I might
happen to be waiting upon. During a part of the time
I was unable to walk, and scarcely knew what to do or
which way to look for r lief. At this time a friend re
commonded Iunt's itemedy. I t)ok two bottles of it,
and it took right hold of my disease and cured me very
speedily, and I havo experienced no trouble with my
"Futhormoro, IIunt's Itono.ly has strengthened me
very nuch, and since I began to i o it I have been
able to attend to businoss, and am all right now. I
heartily recoonmtond it to all. W.aat it has done for
mne it will do for you who are aillicted."
Nufereol fur Twenty Years.
"lon. Jo hua Tuthill, of East Saginaw, Mich., says:
"Count mo among the enthusiastic friouds of Hunt's
Itemedy. It ban proven in iny case all you claim for
it. Hiaving suffered fo: about twenty years with so.
vere diseao of the kidecys (which our local i hysician
pronomiced Bright's D:sease). I ma to a jourtey East
to consult the emiatont Dr. Havon. of Hamil:on, Now
York, of whose fame in this specialty I had hoard
imuch. Dr. Haven oxantuod me carefully and simply
said: 'Go and got a bottle of Hunt's Iemedy and take
according to directionsa.' After having travelod so far
for treatment, it struck me as rather funny to be di.
rected to take a medicine which I might hive bought
within a stono's throw of my o.vn dnbr: but I was in
the doctor's haluis, and o' course I followed his advio e,
and right glad was I that I did s, for before I had
taken Hunt's ilntedy half a d >on t mes I found im
monse bonofit from it, and by continuing the uso of it
for a limited time I recovered from my trouble on.
tirely, and am t ,rdby. I tuink, one of the most rugged
of rtige icig:undtrs. ''ho world is indebte( to
ou, sir. for the pr.)utlgtiion of such a medicine, and
hope you may not go b ith ut your rewara."
ITotelier's Slomach litters neets the require
men', s of tile tittoniail mledilt i,ilosophy whichel at
Ill senInI pavails. It IS at perfectly putre vegetable
reliely, embracliing tile three important prperties
of1 a prevenat,ive, a ionic and an alterative. It
fort ifies thec body aepainsi disease, invigorates and
revit alizes thle t orpid stomacit and liver, and effects
a salutary change in the enm are system.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally.
If yost are sick I101p liiters will starely aid Na.
ture in makIng yotu w3ll when all else fells. .
If you lire cost ive or dyspeptic, or are suffering
frosn any othier of thse nuatneurotus diseases of tiae
stoatact or howiels, it is yotur own fatult if yatu re
msaini ill, for ll litlers ate a sovereigas remedy
in all such contpllaints..
If yots are wattinsg away with any form of Kid
ney disease, stop terupting Deasth tils nmoment,
antil turn for a cure to Ilop Bitters.
if yiou ate sick w tlt that terrible sickncss Ncrv
Outsness, y'ou will hand a "liat in Giled" lin tile
useW of 1101) hitters.
i f yota aire a freqisesuter, olAa resident or a mien
mnatI c dtistritl, barriindte yousr system agitaist thse
scoturie of li coutrties-alarilal epidletnic, bil
iotns, itand interinlttent fevers-by the use of hlop
if youl haave rolih, piply, or sallow skin, bad t
breith,t pins atnd aches, anid [eel latiscrabale gene
rally, flop flitters will give yout fair skit, rich
blood, aind sweetest tbre:alih, health, atidi counfort.
hIs -huor they caure a 1 Diseatses of the stomach,
Rlowela, lilooti, iv eri, Nerves, Kidneys, ilaight's
])iseasc. $500 will be paidi for a case lthey wili not
csure or help.
That. poor, bedrlidden Invalid wife sister
mlother or daughglter, can latitade tihe phetture of
health, 1ya fewv botles of flop Bitters, costing
but a trl le. Will .you ict theim suffer?i
i ' :in |'
Nothing in the world equal tollt for the
care of scrolua, P'laples, Boell, Tetter, old sore,
Bore Eyes, Mercuriat Diseanes, Catarri, Loss of 8
Apple,.e Female Coamplaints, and all Blood
disasnes. it naarar faila. All druggist,sand
ontry store keepers sill I it. R. . etters
A t'o., Prop's, PI_ai.bursh, on aeaer hattie.
IS A SURE CURE'
fr all disenses of the Kidneys and
I- LIVE R
Ihas spcino action on this most important
organ, enabling it to throw off torpidity end
inaotion, atimutating t he healthy accretion of
the Bile, and by keeping the bowels in free
condition, effecting iu regular dischtarge. t
M i alariaav Wpcils
are bilious,dyspoptio, or costipated,KRidusey.
Wort will aurely rolieo ansd quickly euro.
In the Spring to cleansso thso System, every *
oneoshould take a thsorought course of it.
41- 80.D BY DRUCCESTS. Prico $1.
'ir. g.auitede by tar. J. ii. Matiy'r ala Ollco 4
hi A r,eai., i Pila ,iPa. Advice frio, salami'. for ro.
ply. Will lm att i'ir inch Of1.s theoi ay of eachi
rnonth: Kfeystonto I louse, itecading. Pa.. 2d1 tu r(lay of
eah mioiti": li'era houe, iI orisbutrg, Pa.. 5th sand
itha ht. t<ladr ii ti. itt,burh Pi , itht antd Ith: Oils.e
hr 11loutse, F"ort Waiyne, ladi . is[h andl 1th; Uotnor
l Hotel.htho :o, ilths, l2tht ad lath.
trelieves at eonee Butirn Phioes ppdIleand or Lip
ras Bunaions.Scahds,B .sis,s ees of fee h and -
W,. Ihtchingteayaso Sue sy9 drug
66a a week in your own town. 'Terms and 6 Outhlt
,'' Jre. Add hess li. IIALLSTT & 0.. P'ortiand,Me
MNo pay till ouaredt. Tont -
years establlished, 1,000
U osarod. Hilato easo. D'r.
AEf arsh.,Qituny, Mioh.
YOUNG MEN'arl''"o""lu to"
Glrr,ularsfree. VALE~NTIN1hI' ..t~ Jnesvitello_i
JONES OF BINGHAMTON,'
BuxHATuex. w. T.~'
Those answerwng an advertsement
Will Confea'a favor ngpon a he a4verste
muntile publisher by etaiing that she
saw Lte advertisesiaent in tu journa
A MAnua man in this city took a
roung lady to the theatre one night,
nd after the first act excused himself
or a moment, as he wanted .to go out
o "see a man." - He didn't oomo back.
[astead of seeing a man he saw a * wo
nan. It was his wife waiting for him
it the door. *
Lord Byron, in reference to a beautiful
ady, wrote to a friend-"Lady - has
been dangerously ill, but now she is danr
,ua,y well again." American be les, when
attacken by any of the ills that flesh is heir
;o, may be kept killing and avoid being
tilled by taking Dr. it. tV. Pierce's "Favor
to Prescript on," which banisheo feminine
weaknesses, and ro tores the bloom of
a alth. By all druggists.
"DrD lyou go to the grand ball last
Ivening, ' inquired a merchant of a
lude. "Yaws, I was there," was the
anguid reply. "What co: tame did you
year ?" "O, my wegular dwess suit ye
uaw." "Ah, then you were disguised
a a gentleman.
'First a cough, carry me off,
&nd then a coffin they carried me off in I"
This will not be your epitaph if you take
,our iough and Dr. it. V. Pierce's "Golden
fedical Discover" in time. It is specific
'or weak lungs' spitting of blood, night
weats, ail the e-,rly stages of consumnp
ion. By all druggists.
"MY face is my fortune, sir I" indig
iantly responded a fleshy young lady
rhen her suitor delie.ately attempted to
ound her financial prospects. "It is
lortainly a large one, then," dryly re
Iponded the young man as he took his
lat an I cone to leave.
Tlirunt, Bronchial, anu Lung 1)ainnes.
t Specialty. Send two stiamps for largo
treatl.o giving self treatment. Address
WoitI,u's D1SPENSARItY MEDICAL Asso
DIATION, Iutlalo, N. Y.
TEAomeR: -"Oan you multiply togetii
ir concrete numbers ?" (They a pear
mnertain) Teacher:-"What wil. be
he product of forty apples multiplied
)y six pounds of beef ?" Small Boy
trium phantly): -"Mince pies."
On Thirty Days' Trial.
The Voltalc Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Appliances on
trial for thirty days tomen (young or old)
who are atilietet With nervous debility,
lost vitality and kindred troubles, guaran
teeng speedy and complete restoration of
health and manly vigor.-Address as
ibove.-N. B.-No risk is incurred, as
thirty days' trial is allowed.
SMALL BOY: "Mrs. bimpson, ma sent
no over to borrow your wash boiler."
drn. S.: "Hain's your m. got one of
ter own ?" Siall boy: "Yes. marn,
lut I heard her say it was pretty well
ilayed out, and she didn't want to use
t too hard."
Catarrh of the Mladder.
Stinging irritation, inflammation, all Kidney and
Irinary complaints, cured by "Buchu-paiba.' $1.
"I DON'T like to have my husband
hew tobacco," remarked a young mar-,
led lady, "but I put up with it, for the
in-foil is jus.t too handy for anything
nt doing up my front crimps l"
Out in the world men show us two
ides in their character; by the firesido
FAnaiNGsTON, IL,.-Dr, M. 'T. Gamble says: "I
rcac, B row-' Ironm litters in my13 pract Ice and
FEEBLENEss of means is, in fact, the
eebleness of him that employs them.
Charolithion collars ai cuiffs will not
urn yellow nor grow stiff, like other
IT is a good rule to be (deaf when a
landeror begins to talk.
Malaria, chilis, positively curecd by
Enory's Standard Cure Pills. Tlheir eq ual
nk'kwn, suear-coated; no grpag. 25c.
WHATEvER makes mon happier maktes
Ladies and children's boots and shoces
annot run over af Lyon's Patent fliel
'tiffeners are usedl.
IT costs more to avenge wvronmgn than
D bear thenm.
ion as at househnold ieinedly for, intligestion
ud( dlysp)epsia is suflicent pnroofofi t setlicacy.
MiEN m:irk tihe hits, anmd not thme mis
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Mestorer is Lne
arvel of the ago for all nerve diseases. All
fr Ehdee ,send to 981 Arch Street,
FoLLY ends where genu.ino hope be
"toungh on Corns."*
Ask for well8' "Roligh on Corns." 1sec. Quick,
)inpl)et e, ierntnanent, cure. Corne,warts, b)unionis.
ECONOMY is itself a great jneome.
l,adies and tall stirerers frontl neurtigini, hyste
n' tdalidred coIInplaitS, will hond witihout
rival Brown's Iroin BItter.
No legacy isi so rich as honosty.
CURES WHiERE ALL ELSE FAILS,
1.i3! : tae. to -Ib titggan -~
oi,AN& tUUn.iINH COL,T,EG,NewarkNJ. Termis
J$4tt. P'ositions. forgrauates Write for circunlars.
HARCAL M r:J n' raf o
hi the human body ER ADICATEDa using
CLARK'S WOM Y "I
ii" in tn reuIn.af * ignuo ee
f-FOIL SA LE DY A LL I)itUG(jJ$'
AlNTSr WA FEDforthoBes an Fastest
iood t ew cent. N A'rLAr PUB. o.. hilada.. Pas
PIM,rpnane UIabtE Cered In 10
6~ to S2OTrdaie oit?"orth S fee
"ENTE:NNIAL IlOUIMI. ocoa:n Orove. New
rsl,n Ota ti ro we. Sa posal f. reua.
I H-E SUN RE,nD*
TifIIiJN's first aim in to bi trunthfunl andi useful
N recond, to writo, an entertainhanst h.stAry of lthitmesl
innh1 l Ivo. It prinst,, an aa erae, nany r
Sa vrbrr.Nul tt hubsrlptton: D)Arr,
I tpagea$, by mall, ase, a month, or 60.50 a yearj
r:NAr (8 pages). 61.20 her year; WREaL,I (8 pages
. w.r ,e ENGLAIiD. Publier. New York City.
with TEN cents,
lU itlay S eng OUT TAwcStndeuwo
by mail, a Goden S t of Goodsth t tl yo '
CU R E
Rheumalism, euralgia Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headac e, Toothache,
sore Tit roc i, Swel is ge. iliprai s, Druise,
liurlts. c"nI.lI' I"'ut Hidev.,
AND ALI. oTitE1t 1llt.V teAINS AND AClIES.
old by Druggests and Dealer eteretere. ifty Ovuls a bottle.
Ditrections, In I I i.mnngusges.
THE OIAItLES A. VOtE.E'ii 00.
tsoosor to A. VOUALIttacE Co. Itslttimorr. Md.. U.S.A.
WOMAN CAN HEALTH OF WO
SYMPATHIZE WITH IS THE HOPE OF a
WOMAN. . THE RACE
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
A Sure Cure for all FErALE WEAS.
NESSES, Including Leucorrhua, Ir.
regular and Painful Ienstruation,
Inflammation and Ulceration of
the Womb, Flooding, P1t0.
LAPSUS UTERI, &c.
trPleasant to the taste, efficaciotus and immediate
in its effcect. It is a great help in pregnancy, and re.
ieves pain during labor and at regular periods.
PIYSICIANS81E IT AND PRESCRIBE IT FREELY.
tMFo8 ALL WEAKNESSES of the generative organe
of either sex, it is second to no remedy that has eves
been before the public; and for all diseases of the
KIDNys it is the Greatest Itemed y in the World.
t,-KIDNEY CON PLAINTS of Either Sex
Find Great Relief in Its Use.
LYDIA E. PINKUAM'S IILOOD 'URIFIER
will eradicate every vesltige of ltuwoa,,rsen the
ilood, at the same time will give tone and t trength to
the system. Asmarvellous in results as tho Compound.
t -Both the Compoun d and ilood Purifier are pro.
pared at 233 and 235 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass.
Prico of either, $1. Six bottles for 35. The Conpound
is sent by mail in the form of pills, or of lozenges, on
receipt of price, $i per box for either. Mrs. Pinkham
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Enclose 3 cent
stamp. Bend for pamphlet. Nsntfon this Japer.
1WLynIA L. PrxKxnAS's LIVER I'rt.s cure Constipa.
tion Billousness and Torpidity of tLu Liver. 2 centn
*PSold by all Drugglsts.-WA (
.FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF a
-Nto other disease is so provalont In this ooun. U
try as Constipation, and no remedy has ever
'*eequalled the celebr tedt Kidney-Wort as a
E cure. Whatever tio es,namhnover obstinate 12
0i the ease, this remedy will overcome it. a.
* PIL ES. T119"itresing c*or;
$ complicated with constipation. Kidney-Wort -
y strengthens the wecakened parts and quickly a
0 ease all kind of Piles oven Iv on physicianA .
42a- 1rf1 you havo either of these tronbleg -o
SPRICE SI. USE Druggists Sell
A Ukin of Bleauty Is a .joy Forever.
DR. T. FElLIX GOURtALUD'8.
Oriental Cream, or Magical Beautiner.
- Removes Tan
*efie s d in e
a be sure the
-~ .made. Acpt
'Gouraud's Jream se the least harmful or all the Skin
preparatoons." One bottle will hast six months, using
wu rtwhou Iinrt the skin.
MM E M B T. G IAUI), Mole lrop.,48hon dtNY
ware of b ase imnitatios. 6100 hoarfo arrest and
proof of any one sellRng he same.
Bent In the world. Olet the genuine.
Every packaste hsas outr trade-mnark
and Is marke IFraser's. 8 0 L D
AGENTS *s.fe'fl se,--ng
Prlelo', 83South t re, ihladelhi. PaE. r
SRFEETS fine rIting paper, in blotter,
with calendar, by mall for 200. Agents
I assted. ECONOMY PRIN'TING Co., Nowbnry
DRIS. J1. N. & J. B. 1IOiEN.s,At.K.
PIII SE APl Fi,, El) WITiI Ii lE tECTIS
OF SE~i,-.ilME ANDI) MEKIICI' ti .\bl.ZATiO.
rhl'I i not ihenII t.al in conslrt J. N. antu 1. 3,.II',
iiiEN8ACK, of 206l Nor Ii seonil I reot, initiei
pthia, citter by al orI b pura nt, iluring ti e hiours
iromn n A. M. to 2 P. M.. ti 6 to 9 P. M.
Adivice Iree. Wih uuever woul I knoiw his condli
tionIii lianh wav to tnnpro ve it hlitnhi reaul
"WINDOM IN A N i'wiiEiL."
Sent on recetilt o1 8-cet N amp11.
to the Rloot
If you would destroy the can
kerinig worm. For any exter
nal pati, sore, wound or lame
neSS of mnan or beast, use only
MEXICAN M1USTANU LI1NI
MENT'. It penetrates all muns
cie anid flesh to the very bone,
expelling all inflammation,
soreness and pain, and healing
thme diseased Part as no other
Liniment over did or can. 80
saith the experience of two
generations of sufferers, and
so will yon say when y'ou have
tried the "' Justang."
EALT IS WEALTH
teallh of Body h Wealth of EMd
DR. RAD WAY'S
THB GRET BLOOD PURIFIR
Pae blood makes sound lesh, strong bone and
clear skin. If ou would have your flesh airm,
'our bones so *without caries," and your :on
ilezion fair, ase
Eadway's Sarsaparill Ian
A medy ooed of ingredients of eztraor
a med gproperties, essential to purify
lel1.. repair and Invigorate (he broken-down and
red o -Quw a , SA and Psaa
rnsin lats trealmuent and cure' isadPRA
No matter b what name the complaint may be
tes ated, whether it be scrofua, consum tion,
hh dees the lungs o inlys , a ad
es, womb, skin. liver. stomach or bowels either
hronioor constitutlonal, the virus isIn the Blood
rhich supplies the waste and builds and repairs
hese organs and wanted tissues of the system.
! the blood is unhealthy, the process of repair
must be unsound.
rho Sirsaparlillan Resolvent
lot only is a compensating remed , but secures
he harmonious action of cach of th%o, a.I
stablishes throughout the entire system function
harmony and supplies the blood ves
1e with a pure and healthy current of
iew life. Tas Si ri, after a few daysa' use
f the Sarsaparilan, beoomes clear and
eautiful Pimples, blotches, black spots and
kin eruptions are removed; sores and ulers soon
ared. Persons suffering from scrofula, eruptive
iseases of the eyes, mouth ears, legs, throat and
lands, that have acoumulated and spread, either
rem uncured diseases or mercury, or from the
s of corrosive sublimate, may rely upon a cure
the SarsaparWlian is continued a sutlIoient time
o make Its Impression on the system.
One bottle contains more of the active prinol.
les of Medicines, than any other Preparation.
Caken in teaspoonful doses, while others require
lye or six times as much.
One Dollar a Bottle.
R. R. R.
Radway's Ready Relief,
Rahe Cheapest-and Best Medicine for
anily Use in the World.
In from one to twenty minutes never falls to
relieve P'ain with one thorough application :
o matter how violent or exoruclating the pain,
he Rheumatic, Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crippled,
Nervous Neural o or prostrated with disease
nay s iler, HADSWAY'S READY RELIEF will
i itord instant,ease.
1NFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER,
NFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS,
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS,
!ORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA,
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST BITES,
BRUISES, LUMhBAGO. SCIATICA,
DOUGHS, COLDS, SPRAINS,
PAINS IN THE CHEST, BACK
or LIMBS are instantly relieved.
IN ITS VARIOUS F'ORMS.
FEVER AND) AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for 50 cts. There is
act a remedial agent in this world that will cure
Fever and Ague mud other Malarious, B#1os
SaltTyhoid Yellow and other fevers aided
R(EAiDY RELIEF. LL)soqickly as RAD) AY'S
It will in a few moments, when taken internally
ao ngo the diretons oure Cramps, Spass
tia, Palpitation of the Hear't, Cold Chills, ilysterica,
Wind in teBwl,an alInternal Pnsr. Cl
WAY'S READ RELIEF witha tm AofRD
hang of wterIti bettr tha French Bandy
cr B lters as a stimulant.
iners an Lnanbersiaen should always
Perfeot, Purgative, Soothing, Aperi
enit, Aot without Pamn, Always
Reliable and Natural
A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR
Perfectly tasteless alagantly coated with sweet
im, purge, regulats, purity, cleanse and strong.
Rh 8tonach er4s or th cure of aldisorders of
Female Complaints, hervous Dlseases,Ifoss of Ap.
petite, Headache Constipation, Costiveness, Iiadi- s
uon of the Bowels,, Pies, nd as deer nfmeo
the Internal Viscera. Purely vegetable, conai
ing romercury,rninerals, ordeleterious drugs.
rom Dsase of te D itie Ogans Consi
Hlead, Acidit o the Stomach, Nausea. Heartbr,
Dmi eSour Eruotatona Sinknor aluten St
the Heart, Choking or Buffern wehaios en
ebs fetr' t, Fever and dull Pi n in the
Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of
dhSi ad Bye in in the ide, Cest
ystem from all te above-nae disore. h
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
Price, 95 Cents Per Box.
READ "FALSE AND TRUE."
Sen a aCet2ter stapt RAD WA & CO., No. 83
rlnformatob worthi thousandls will be sent
To ithe Psublies
Be sure and ask for RADwAY's, aind see that the
Issne "RADwAY" is on what you buy,
tYlA WEK. $la,i ilmoAtl d ostly
IT STOPPED FREE
INActeD o n a.s. die',d N F a r
fes Te ednaT,1 0.EndBar eg ad. o
amtcte Ito 7) N
IfMgeigine vr n tedl. Wlk ir
OnuewiJI iH o5na aO coaLp n3
ortRE I Y!"uRM# iAEsse
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