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I'nopu CurIVATION or CUBiANrs.
Currant roots for now plantations o
be easily grown from cuttings, provi
ing they be planted out in the Autun
or very early in the Spring, if proper
cared for, the roots in one year will I
in good condition to transplant,and w
be better than old roots. As to vari
ties for market, the Versailles ocoupi
the front range;but for home use theo
Red Dutch, when well grown, is go<
enough, and sometimes, we think, co
sidering its hardiness, productiveie
and good flavor, it has few if any supc
riors, It is true it is not as large
some, and therefore does not sell
well, but for home use qualty is
more importance than size; but for si2
under high culture it is quite respeott
blo; we have grown them half an inc
in diameter. .L. a large plantation ti
bushes should be set in rows live fet
apart, three and one-half foot in tit
row; clean culture should always b
piacticed, and besides keeping the ou
rant worm off, the gret test care shon]
be taken to destroy the worm thu
works in the stalks of the bushes. .1
some localities this enemy is very trot
blesome; they eat out the pith of ti
stalks and finally kill them. The irk
indication oi their preaence is the char:
ging of the leaves to a yellow color;
tew weeks after the wholo bush die
We dlo not think much of the goe.oberr
in the green state oven for cooking.TI
skin is so tough it wakes very iutdigeat
blo footl; but a iipe Houghton seedlin8
eaten the same as a grape, by rejoetin
the skin, is exceedingly good eating
and when taken at just the right time i
never relused, when once tried, even bi
the most faitidious.
AN exchatngo gives this good alvic
to owners o1 horses: "Start your tcan:
careiully and see that your men do th
same, until they are fairly accustomle
to the extra labor of the spruing worl
Watch their shoulders and necks to sE
that the harness is not galling theu
and it would do no lrni, but, possibl
much good, to wash theml with salt ait
water, when the harness is taken ol at
night, especially if the animal is warn
or hau done iany heavy pulling. bal
and water is cooling and tougheiniu
tndl rentoves sorenesS or it:flatwnul.tion
Don't increase their grain too idth ny
but a little eveay day as you inereait
their work. 1'roper care ittt tlie ttar
and rcasonable wa,tcljnllevA all tof th1
setsoit will keep 3 our teaims in constit
working endition, I ).n't wait till thei
necks or bhouide as aire raw, ir your an
mails are sick, Ieflore at teahtg totlhen
hnien rfaei that pmeve:ttion is alway
hbt itld chtti test.
Io-rin 'il rui Issi:crs.- -A Ge-?rnma
methoii for ttesiro%ig thrips and reu
sl)itiers is to haitve a large vessel illlet
with clean hot. lNater at at temperatur
of 133 degrees. '1'tie inffe;ted plants ar
dipped into the water for thei spac. t
four t ecoi,els whtin the insects wii b 1
killed, and no damage result to tl
platuts; it. is best not to conti,nue the im
inersion longer than ilie time noted. I
atiterwairds a tew it'rets appear tha
have developed bince the Oi:eration, i
naay be repleacted. Th'le temaprature e
the w ater shiould ble w atetu d anzd no
allowed to lah below 122 tdegrees, ]
is said thiat even young o1hoots aind flow
tin budB w ill not suller mn the least trou
h MAL.a, ctonial-bodied, whit ish mag
gots initest builas or youni ig Oiili plueais
tofteii consuinug thea iatternioa, so tI in
iiothing is left but the touter skm.i T1hiea
tasformn to ashien-gray thns, wiahi c
senmble con.motn house flies, but ar
smnaller and hanve rows or black 5pJts oa
lie abdonuen. Thea leaves etI lie infes
ted lanits turn yellow iand w ilt, anti ial
such shouhi lhe remaoved antd burtined
flot waiter poured on bte pl:ants nea
the roots u ll kill the maggots n a lthou
Si)ury to the planta.
A FAiam:i l.ear liochester, N. Y.,,bas
iing l ailed to secure a good stain a 0i el2
ver in te spinlg, sowedi t welve butshiel
of couw yea15 til eight aerts of lanid, di n
ling thtm in iiith~ the gramu drill. Thai
w.as donet thle tirnt week in ,1 uno. Se
aber 4, wlhtin the petnas had at taiined;
height oft Iwta to toural I. t, amni were 1
The resulting tilt et oni the whaat e.rti
-was very saiiaetocry, the peas catuxaue
ai ranik, Inuxuiiianii t tlk atlalt vy hetrg
C otoli auttr n t:a iad at a i
tit ohf that yeaar, bunt "Jane buttIer
as theIt stintird 'latuitam s shldt no10,it
heo at thleuitbet , tad thle cows wit
a lairgo fltw ot rich mailk. TIhe (ua
ity oh b'utte'r it pendfs upon manya thaing
Th'le food shoul biLe wholeIcsomet, anid lth
waiter a'bunanit ainid puri, '1hle naill,
ing needsa to be n aitly done, also everl
p)r)ce'ss thiough~l which the nmils. fa
p'ases utlil it is nwaa eted, aii *s heatI
patcked gilt-edge butte. U'e only ili
Iaest sailt, aind ats little as ieceessary
kee'p thae butter asueet.
'fimi graisy look (at bultti r, ala if ei
witth a wairm knaile, is not alw ays tdu' t
iveir-wtotkaag. It maya be catusted b
the teetd. T.Loo muct,i h ou-seed weatl
iftein cautses it, anid we would catutio
t hose who( desire~ to make a strictly tirn
(11a5s artice in iaparaucoo, as well a
tlavor, inot to use cottonm-seed maeald
oil nal ath.ne, but oiily as anu adtditic
to giraini. Chuning too rapidlly or ts
long, or havinag thei c rtamn too wiarn
wi!ll ailso porodulce t he obtjec;itonable gite
IF' your horses tare t hitn skiannd tat
very inuch ainoyed with thus wh<
'orkmig or dir vmag, slet p up1 a handi
of the wildl worm 0 od or bitter wit,
wet a clothI in it and just moistn ta 1i
hair especily on ears,0 neck andat let,
before taking them taut oaf the stabhle;
a few wailnut leaves will haive the suin
effect. it will tmakte the amannal mo
et mfortable amid inuchtd moare ptteaisatt
TEEis a gi teate'r genrlal impros
men'it in the haietrd of hogs thanit in ai
ether farmi stook. Fatrmears lnd lh
the only profit in a hog at paresenat p
cets of grain is in having ai good brt
anad keeping them atlways growing. Tf
race of pigs tat, ias the pionecer hatid,
had to tie kiots in their tails to ke
themi in the i'en is mnuch less comm,
now than V. rmnerly,
fiF you want fat lambs to turn t'l' ci
Jy, pi ovide small troughs ini a yat d ti
Jomting the sheep fold with entrances
little too emaIl for time old sheep to
in, and putt in a few oaitn, or a lit
corn meal or cotton-seed meal ove
day. The lambs will begin to eat wih
about three weeks old, and will g'
FLuMMutY.-Soald one quart of from
n milk in a tin pail placed in a kettle )
d boiling wate:, and add to it the grate
peel of a largo lemon, three tablespooi
fuls of white sugar and four eggs beate
) to a stiff froth. Stir very rapidly f<
Bfiv or six minutes, so that the eggs wi
thicken the milk, but not curdle I
Then place the pail in a pan of ice-col
ld water, and stir for a few minutes an
d strain into a dish Have two ounces <
gelatino soaking in a pint of cold watc
for half an hour, and then set it ov(
. the lire to boil, and add one teacupft
i of white sugar and the juice of the Ion
on, and boil until the gelatino is dii
> solved. Strain it through a jelly-straii
er, and set it upon ice to cool, and the
beat it with an egg-beater to a froti
Atid the custard, a little at a time--bea
e ng itcontinually-and when it is a
beaten u, pour over it a glassful <
lwhito wino and beat together rapidl3
Fill two inoulds which have been we
with ice-water with tho flummery, an
a place on ice for use the following da3
t It can be served with whipped cream
sauce, or eaten with preserved strawboi
rice or peachea.
NOVELTIEs for interior decorations i
- houses are the damask linen curtaine
which are made entiroly of the puroe
flax, in brocaded silk designs, and ar
said to be very durable. They at
woven in several shades of color, wit
an ornamental dipper contro, a prett
border down the sides and a fringe t
the bottom, in addition to which is
kind of dado, with birds, foliage an,
flowers, alter the Japanese fancies
Some are in white and gold, others ii
blue or brown and gold, in cardinal an<
olive, and in the rich now colors.
Q PiNE.APPr,F prepared in this way i
ti delicious witi ie-cream, or without it
a Grate thu pineapple, after removinl
(1 every particle of the peel, or chop it
it must be mitced so fine that any on
e atiug it will be in doubt as to tli
method of its preparation; add sulilcien
sugar to sweeten it; let it stew gonti;
li util it is solt. When it is preparee
t, thus it can be tatei by many who ar.
1 ob.iged to rotuse it uncooked, oil oecou,1
t ot its p roduciig indigestion,
WE~UDINO gills wli..I gain in valin
after the bal p)" occasion are those use
u ful airtile, of linen which aresometitnc
t foun,l ulnowg the bric a-brae andl mior
0 oruilatltal oierings to, as p )or Mis
IFlite woul sav, "so nuchl .outh an(
r leutily." In fact, a good rule to follot
when uldriti.i d what to give, is to aivt
table linen. A handisoiti hinch clotl
S and nai,ktas will he ei.joyed, and wil
hteilp to in)cr"ase the it nouceitt pride i
young hou.ewife hias in her new posses
LoVE. -'ut to a qtiuart ol gosoberries i
ie,hassiul of water and half at pound
f of sugar. Stew on a slow lire tweiitt
lhititer, stirring constantly. W'hip I
. pint of creani, anit when the fruit it
-uolt ulix wit tlt' creanl. serve in cupe
t or in a glas tlisah. Apples, can rants,
t cherries Li rhuk.trh tnay be served in.
t stead ut gooseerries,
tFa;Escu MiUSTAui) is thus made it
Anlci irn: Fouar tablespoonfuls of ums
tr,onie tablk spoon full of sugar, ont
Steanspoti omnamon, one half tea.
spooni ul a'eh ol cloves, black pepper,
andt of 11lour, wIith iniegar enioughI ft
cove.r these; nux all well, and let ii
coiaio to a1 boil; when,i cob ad~d a little
saladt oil, say one or two tableapoonfuls;
tilis gives stuoothaess to the w iiole.
al hoskee'per* ithonmuto pumpkir
pa hkew hiow muchbettrlal easiel
it is to take til,he pinitinii first, they1
wuid 110 longer worry ovecr cutting ui.
and laeliag it, but just cut it ini halves,
l ake out the seeds, lay it in the OVeOL
and11 b)als li itsoit, when it can b<
sceratpad out and us~ed ats uisuali, and is a
n auchl better for not hiavinag water ini it.
\uaintel sash naaSItilkes ai much ripoer pie
w alen t enthed inl the iamIo way.
SA ras TajY. --T.fake a piece of lighi
bluei J'uti, a <liuttr of ai yard wtide alnt
onIe yiard long, on either sido set a strij
of 1)ale pilak sat ii: six iniehos wide,
iCnbroider or, piint oil the eids of liin
blue a decsign 01 inoraning glories. 'Thin
thet edlges it lace. Gathler the centra
ill scari I ast-hiioii iad whleii fateniet to I
chai: r ipreadl (Jit thle end.i to show th,a
niol wor4)k to Ile best adivaintaigo.
SATaNis IANNra,a--Eanbroider on
laece af blu ittabtiim, nine iatehos wid
.andit ~te hiehos~ long, a cluster e
- lielId daisies. At the top aind bottou
s retw a picco of thirk red plush. Whier
e lteo satinl andt pllush join1, fintish with
- cuciniig of bluo1. At I the top) jon1 th
v* bannller rodl, wVit tl rings or watth cord
*i liish the bottom with two blue a
y a lls andi otte iet 0110,
o A i.:id lhanidsotno waly to triini thi
edge oi a sattin pin-euishon is to got
ribbonl of thle satane shiadle aw thle cushier
it ovel'r, gaither it j ast full eniough to havs
at r1il11- a lit tie; st'w it arotind thle cuali
O onl anlua put1 a silk cord over thle sean:
T11is is talso a good waty to liinish th
b~' Otlos of thet sian-covered bottle
t which accomanay taic tolet sin
S IF y'otur lace bodspreaid and pillov
coe(lrs atre asailedi washt them andt, tistea
obuig themn, dip te nsm e
weatk cot 4collee atnd thley wvill receiv
rmita very dItlicate shadoa I e corn
wvhiich is 54) popullatre for laeo just nov'
Curt atlns itad other a. ticles of th kin
tI miay ho tient'ted in the samtiewy
iA vp:y prttyl lanicy art.icle is a litt
I. hbag. Otaongi in foa im, made(1 of rich Or
it ental I boende on a still oiiitat,at ii
.' otranaented ith h andsomeo tassel
rt Cors tile atatched to aaih ciad o)f tI
b ang, so t hat it ennt be hutng utp OU air
c (onvtenku1t hitok, atnd it iotainas a it
0duster Icr drawillg-roin 1150,
If is now a'tertea thtat ti1o value<
c- the etlecti st >rago batterlies haw be(
yi greait'y e'xaggerated, andi that they a
at ais yet iothoig marea than liaboratoi
ri- -tags. 1'ro.easo,r Barker, of tihe Uaaive
ed sity of i'ennusylvaaia, Nays there is il
rio goain ci a gand discovery ill it, bit a
lie aone 11as got, to it yet. Thle p)lato giv,
p out, antd too) much eetriaity haas to I
n put into the battery im proplortionl
whatt youl cian get out of it, to imake
economical. F"or sonmc purposea, wmii
r. cost is of no0 importatnco,it maty be uisa
d. bitt as to its being ant apparatus f,
a every-day uise we are yet a long way o
go Other praictical electricians admit,
dlo substace, the same thiing,aand it, iseva
ry asserted thattt till the talk atbouit the cf
en olency of these batteries has beein mere
imi) a sche-me to baoonis the stock of an ole
It Boston Bloods.
Af Mr. C. B. Hollis, Veterinary Surgeon,
d Boston, Mass., certifies that he has made
t. the great nain cure, 13t. Jacob's Oil, the
n solo remedy in his practice for horse al.
or ments, and considers it sunerlor to any
11 eure he has known In forty years. He
, tried the same great pain banisher on him.
d self for rheumatism and by which he was
d completely cured.
ir DIPLOMACY: "I don't know why you
ir are all so eager to let Ueneral Sherman
il kiss you," remarked a Boston lady to a
l- group of Washington girls after the
i- commander-in-ohief had finished one of
t- his famous osculatory grand rounds at
u an evening reception, "lie isn't a bit
L. good-looking and his breath smells of
.- branay," "But, don't you see," said
11 a fair-haired, blue-eyed diplomatist of
if eighteen, "we've all got beaux or broth.
ers in the army."
Li Woltln's Friend.
S Taving been troubled for many years with kidney
dlseuse, with severe pains in my back and liunbs
nmy ankles were at times very badly swollen-I
wits advised to go to the hospital for treatment
which I did on tne advice of a friend, but fouui
no relief, a; least only of a temporary nature and
I had given up all hope of a curo unti tuy husband
was udvs<ed to use Hunt's itemuudy by a friend
that Ial used it and beon cured of a severe case
of dropsy and kidney trouble. I procured a bottle
t and hail not used one-half of the bottle before I
begau to ie better, no p tin in the back and the
e swelling of my limis cotmenecd to go lown, and
e luy appetite was Inch better, for I had becomo so
ba,l that all I ate distreasod me very Much. It
was ready dyspepsia, cotubined with the other
y trobulies, atni I hare used four bottles, and an
at uble to do my work and attend to household
dutles, wnch bofure flad beot ai burden to mne.
Antl I can on:y thank innt's leittedy for the health
and happines i waie3 i now enjoy, aind esteu It
a groat privilego au't duty to gie yout this let ter
in tunalf of niy niany sntfer.g lady friends in
Poston aid t he country; nuit cain only say In con
citstun that ct you once try It you wi.l be convincod,
its I was even agans' my own w,ll, that lint's
Remeiiely is indeed a wolnan's Irletl. You are at
literty to ise tilts for their benett, if you so
choose. Itespectfully your
9 M11\8. wait. InIAY.
,Hrotel old.ith, 1116 .Tienout Street, Boston.
'April 2:, 153.
A itaggage-Mastor's Pr'also.
3 MA. II. BnAiNY, baggage-inaster on Eastern
S aliuoa.t, Bosti, says;
"1 h'lve used iltit's Remedly, the great kidney
Sandi l.ver tuuthlune, in y uawta.v for muths. it
was recomitentluil by frien- toin Portsluoutit who
have been cured of kilney troubles, ain I t1nd it
ilst as representel a:id worth its weight in gold.
ly wife isiusing it fur tly, "pepsia and has linprove,l
so rapidly that I cleerfuily indorse it as a fainily
Inedicitie of real merit, and I would not be without
April 2., 1ssa.
SotiEwRAr off: One of the best-known
membelrs of the Bolotian Olub did not
go to see .Barrett's Ia /cl this week,
but lie asked a theatrical critic of a
duly paper how the play went and who
pIlayed Xe.ltreutio. '"Aerutio I" "Oh,
I forgot," responded the b.-k. in. of
the Bohemian Club, "I was thinking of
Take to th. ratit, -aid a nan to attothier aeross this
ri., r tho id iniatuired the way to Ithe ford. The luan
trit atant was trini%wned. \ly tit-l I nteant Mt right.
not nis, sliii tir-t. So wien St. 11 ruarl 1' s i.re
ler' ,'itiue ai iiiii.le i'ati..een . niieanu , that all
ilense lt ivn i b i . in n : in sinitile di.ont-ri of
the ~r.;a as l dtiir-ion, tin, ritn ~uisii "eerut.to, aid
by il'raf3l the b.u.od ..i.t r,invivng teu.bton,
aetna d:u: o n:ty I prevente I. No relehy ha yet
'eien it soerti. like ti out St. Bernard Pills. All
tlrajistsia dell them.
A VOUNoIsTRIt of a doz.n years went
to pass the Vhittsunutlde holdavs with
his grandmother, in the country."
In the evening, when they sat down
to dinner, the grandmother cried:
* Ohc, my!I There are thirteen of tue !"
* Don't be worried, granmother,"
cried the youngster; * -I will oat enough
iSO'll men'. adire the beatiful, and thIs
ncco)unts iln some mieasuire for the thou
roinds upon thouainds of b>ttles of Carbo.
lIn', the deodorizedu petroleum hair renewer
and diressinig, which have beeni Rlkl yearly
since its invetionl iy Messrs, Kennedy &
Co , of l'v tsburgh, l'a.
iT JMPinov'us it.-The addition of a
little mace to a veal soup will give aln
algreeabillo flavor to it. Do not put in
enough to make it a distincct flavor: but
put it in with the herbs and pepper and
lh'. 0 aves' hteirt lie.uiator etures all
forms of ihleart )ibsease, ncervounsness anud
Tnci Cirenst siaved him: "No, sir,"
s'aid the physician, who had worked
over the Tiexats man tishedi out of the
water, unconscious, "'I cnever could
have brought htim back to life. If that
circus proc.essionl hadn't passed he never
woubt have regainied cousciousness."
3 . . .\b. '',te i yt -e , l swee-t. l'ail n:a wito)
Cui iiear it ile ra r f t o autuI iler ..
en Alt'Ennuts fa e itml In i rouih skain
3 eired: 0 i-ini..:.hini.puer I .r Soacp, nltado by Cat '
fwell, na~zard .1 Co.,* New York.
A I,rNmiToS( ex peiment : IDigby hasti
aen wokinig luird att Itahant all wicnter
adresolves to try a little on a newly
arrived emigrant : "'Pariate Itahiano.
'Sg r?-- Emigant - "Arrah! Now
Ii tutEi.t), lowA.-ir. A. TI. I lenak says: none
3 tn"itig ihiown 's lion hit ters prites its atipieriotity
oiver iali othier loinw pre piaratins.'
S A Pcmw'ry pass: -'Tlhings have come
o, to a pretty pass," remarked Fogg, as a
-young lady walked by the window
-where Blown ind Black were sitting.
0 ThIe boys said they saw~ the "pretty
Onatarrh of the Bnacder.
r.,stinging Irritation, innamanmation, all Ktidntey andl
i iaycoinpilaints, cured by "niuehtu-patba." $1.
Y FLATS: Are French fiats hecalth)y?
C Yes, very. Are the people in them3i
I, Lealthy? No. Why? They have to
-starve anud go half cnked to pay the
td rent. Why lire these tlats called French
ths? Tlo distiniguish them front Am
e'ricain flats. What aro American flats?
ThVie peoplle who bye in French flats.
cd nr. Kline's set. tervo itestorer 18 tne
tmarvel ol' thle age for all nerve diseases. All
tIll steopt'd tree. send to 931 Areh street,,
.o Phlitade'lphii.. Pas.
o Dmcmrouct may ocoupy the hands;
only noble service goes fromi the heart.
3f Elegant antd paiatable remed3iy for iniges
'It lion. Shiotub be takotn before or ater meatis.
~e Gi Ar-iN XE is ini ltid form. By drtuggists.
c AFEnsc to be used with jelly in place
otati re made of pio crust. They
shlouild b)e made with very cold water,
a and rolled as thin as possible. Cut
- Don't llo in the hIonso.
it "Roumgh oci Rlais." Clears out rats,mice,roaches,
n betdbugs,dC essatnts,moles,ehiptuunks,goph era. 160.
rShould wenot think that everythuicng
Twe (do, ia (10n1 rlgosyIf it be done
n t-Ewis, Iow A.---Dr. M. J. Davis says: "Brown's
Li. Iront litters give the best of satislaction to those
who use It."
e- EinsTE is not industry, nor Is inipru
1leery's Carbolic Naive
Is the Beet Salve for Cuts. Bruise., Uloors, Salt
Itheumn, Totter. Olhapii Hands Otilblaius. Oorns
and all kinds of Skin Erup tions, Freckles and Pun
ples. Get Henry's Carbo.io Salvo, as all others are
coumterfelts. Price 6 ets.
H3w tosh orlen Life.
Abornetby. the great English surgeon a:,ked a lady
who told hn sheoonly had a cough: "What would
you have? The plague?" Beware of "only ooughsl"
The worst cases can, however, be -ured by Dr. Wn.
halt's Balsam for the Lungs. In Whooping Cough
and Croup it immediately allays inflamaitton, and is
sure to prevent a fatal termination of the disease.
Sold by all druggists and dealers in medicine.
ACQUIRING choeck: A young man ap
plied to the junior partner of a New
York dry goods house for the situation
of a drummer. "Have you had any
experience in the business ?" asked the
member of the firm. "I have not,"
"Did you ever travel much ?" "Never."
"Do you intend to follow the dry goods
trade as a regular vocation ?" "I do not,"
"Why do you seek the position of a
drummer, then?" "Because I expect to
be a candidate for the presidency one
of these days and I want to acquire all
the 'cheek' I can get.'
The pils are warranatel to be PUl ELY vege
table, free from all mineral antl other poison-.us
antistances. They ar. ia cerilna eure for Consti
11 utIotn, Rick Hendache, DvspeP i-l. ii lousness.
'1'orpt 1 Liver, Loss of Apputite, ad all diseases
arising from the
Liver, Stoumntch, Bowels or
They remove all obstructions from the channels
of the system ani purify the bloot, t:ereby fim.
parting health, strength anal vig. r. 8o1.i by drug.
glsts, or sent by mail for 25 cents In ataniaps by
P. NEUSTAEDTEI & Co.,
83 Mercer St., Now York,
SoleMantifacturersofST. BEllRNAlDV1' E N.
Send for circular.
lop Uitolers are tse Purest and Deal
Hitters Ever Blade,
They are compoudded from Hops, Malt, Buchu,
Mandrake and Dandelion,-the oldest, best, anti
most valuable medicines in the world and contain
all the best and most curative properties of all
other remedies, being the greatest Blood Puriger,
Liver Regulator, and Life and Health Restoring
Agent on earth. No disease or in health can pos
s bly long exist where these Bitters are used, so
varied and perfect are their operations.
They give new life and vigor to the aged and in.
firm. To all whose employments cause irregu.
larity of the bowels or urinary organs, or who re.
quire an Appetizer,Tonlo and mild Stlmulant,uop
Btters are invaluable, being highly curative, tonic
and stimulating, without intoxicating.
No matter what your feelings or symptoms are,
what the disease or ailment is, use Hop Bitters.
Don't wat until you are slck, but if you only feel
bad or miserable, use Hop Bitters at once. It may
save your life. Ifunlreds have been saved by so
doing. $1500 will be paid for a case they will not
cure or help.
Do not suffer or let your friends suffer, but use
and urge them to use flop Bitters.
Remember, Hop Bitters Is no vile drugged,
drunken nostrum, but the Purest and Best Medi
cine ever made; the "Invalid's Friend and Hope,"
and no person or family should no without them.
Try the Bitters to-day.
g HAS 8EEN PROVED
* TheOSURESTC CRE for
.EKIDNEY DISEASES. 8
Does a lamo back or disordered urine indi
4 oato that you a avictim P TRtEN DO NOT 'D
REITT Kidnecy-Wart at, one, (drug. E
gists recoommondltoand it wilpeedly over.
como the disease and restore healthy action. *
4 nLadles. mop*'alaint- pecuia a
e oyu e,such c's pain -I
adwouneases, Kidney-Wort is unsurpassed.,
asi ilntpromptly and safely.
t Kiher ox.Ineontine, retentIon oturine, eh
brick dust or ropy deposita, and dull dragging C
ipains,. all speedily yield to Its curath o power.
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CALTA R R H Ciad"uita'i lcy ire"r'iaii
, n cr t n'*ccia uacd ,aenaent reitf
BA' untill I ned Ul ' Cre:am B.allm.
7 Scti,,' New~ nem-i,wick. N. J.
Isninug h.oen ailileted wlith
Ilay-Fi.or ccocr years I gave Ely's
Ff.VER Cr( eama ll:alm a t ri:d. I iia'v laid
noiat'ta, k since us.ing it. E. Rt.
RA Uoait Editor Curbon Co. Demo.
e: at, Mauch Ch:ink. Pa.
I. d OEAMU will,whenappclied
+ a aisor.. i, Eirectiiiily cekiaislinc
- - -- US- thae nasal aasagea o)f catarrita.
MAX-tsVE shui c.indl;g healthy sec ret 'ens
~AX ~L *~ It allaiys uilaamm:ation, prtcts
StIO E-t'OLa.. thc a'.iebraanal lintigs of the
A PU.SITIV~E CUR;iEl lie ad frotincolds;compii etelyhe dls
, the s.res anid restores thao sense
E L Y 'S tii ta'ato anid moel. noei'cial re
CREAM BALM.a'7 cre
Unaeiu-lied fo- coldl ini lho he.ail. Agree ale to uise.
4 -nd ior cire'lcr. 50 'r -s p ack-cuo, i,' mail or at
CURlES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS.
Ii.lt'oingii Sy rup. Tasttcag.od. *
l'uc in alann'. -Mid' hv dien;..at. *
In the human body ERADIC ATED uObysing
W-"FOR MALE HY ALL D)RU(4(IST
FREE t ' Itla.Tt.lt N MAIL -A fullidcrip.tlan
* of 'Moody" Ne'w Tailor System of
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$72 WEK. $2IN~yi~an' asiIy II~ iuiosjly
( 0 AN ilmaio ii ~ LL:og,Newarkc N.J. Terms
11.m 'omitin ii. forgsrudliate Write or e'ircuilars.
YOUNG MEN le**n ELlonrA
Cireaulars free. VALEN'TINE Bft S. JanesvilIe, wis.
OP UM NoR iMIN HAIT.
cured. State ease. D)r.
Mur__ ]haiah.Qulincy, Michx.
I 0O1(1--Send 95n for .a dI, or 5oo. for Nickiled
j li: rii Proof Disor F .t nior. Acirt'.ecia tar
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te to ll4 ietons. ) wr ie for FUhIS E lluas. Pamhjeg
PistoTeAutman A Taylor 00,, Mansfield. 6i
/oralDaAr INaaasaAFess On(rse
INF A.1 eLa i kae as direc ed. Il F,ts a/l
firsIt, ae' use. Treaise anet $s trial hottle freest
rel Me nt they pyang expess hreon bawe
sute to ns. k.t INaH. Arrh St.,Philadielphla.Pa.
i)cusgiias.EWR IMITATING FRAUDS.
il'HOSE A FFi.'e i ED) wt ll - ls .;-F i:c r*
ahould not h0m t.' to e.onsuti .J. N. andu J, ,. iI0.
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phk,tt:er by naiad or b, lpers -D, lduring the hours
oro l'. .to9P M., and 6 tob9P. M.
AdIvice free. WVhosoever woal know tals condi
tioii and the way to improvo it sheouali read
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Snt on receipt oi 5-cnt stamp,
$5 to $2OTi 'a;aleg feg
WENANT for e lieat and astent.
linoroks aBibles ossr
Mer ATrowAT, f . O Phil a., Pa
I'or, of his subjeet: "Yee,"remarked
Fogg, "there can be no doubt about it.
Young Aybee is 'full of information.
Why, he told me more than I shall ever
be able to remember. It is true that
his information all related to one sub
ject, but he showed himself thoroughly
acquainted with it, and it was a pleasure
to listen to him." "And that subject
was?" Inquired Aybee's proud parent.
"Oh, nothing in particular-only him
self," replied Fogg.
"ust or An l."
Dr. R. V. PIEnCE, Bullalo, New York,
Dear Sir-My family has used your "lavor
ite Prescription" and it has done all that is
claimed for it. It is the best of all prepara
tions for female complaints. I recommend
It to all my customers.
G. 8. WATERMAN, Druggist, Baltimore, Md.
The Prairie Farmer suggests oooa
sionally touching the latches, looks and
hinges of the doors with a drop of ke
rosene or a little tallow from the candle,
and thus keeping them well lubricated.
It will insure the smooth and quiet
shutting of the doors and prevent the
jarring. grating or croaking so common
in neglected cases. By this attentio.n
the doors and latches will last longer.
dye'peptic or cOnUStiplatetl, should address,
with two stamlps and history of case for
ASSOCIATION, Butlalo, N. V.
A Connecticut mechanic has made a
trial of rotary files for finishing plain
surfaces. He is of the opinion that
quicker and truer work can be done
with thi se than with hand tiles, and that
the surface is in better shape for truing
with the scraper. His experiments have
been confined to the planer; but he be.
lievos that his device may be properly
and economically adapted to the lathe
and milling machine.
"Golden Medical DiKCovery"
for all scrot'ulous and virulent blood-poisons,
iS specifle. By truggists.
Rubber Scraps. --Scraps of mackin
tosh and other lndia-rubber-3oated fab
rica have hitherto been useless, because
the india-rubber could not be profitably
extracted from them. An inventor,
however,finds that strong hot sulphuric
or muriatic acid has no effect on the
rubber, but a strong corrosive action
on the textile fabrics, and he has
taken out patents for a process of re
To Stoa(ly the Nerres
Is a task to the accOintli,isin,enit If wiith tiar
coties ant sedattvS are inilequ:(te. The effect
they produce is paralytic. They destroy sensa.
tion witiout beneritting the nerves. Hlostetter's
Stontnttti litters, on the contlary, strengthens
tand s-othes the nt rvons systenl. Overwork and
iental anxt-ty Weaken and r'iax it, and there
Is nlt iit.Jr. reliall,e Il'.111, 01 Ill'at'Itl it ill
restntring terve qit etide. t'ltn ti' rritlfor u l
tihgestiIll aut prootin g au4illtttt.1 of ilt' foo I
-two effects alw.tys :n; ltutt utpont tile u,e
of the gr."at stoit.ietie. I ulstl: :t. ent't i$ l .
ete'r +tetl, It retguitr .latit - f liy restc'.eni, a;t I
Itptet ' ti r'n ei iy'Ihe lit ters. )isea e lutist
b,e regalr letd as an eXcee,bug:y rettiote lul,s,illitp
bly tin)' one whtst" sy -tt:t1 hits l)een thns reiutorceti.
b\taariat tilse,se, colatstpation, tysitep-Il. rie
ott.sin anei kintt'y Ir'irbet ,r tveruine I,
att4i prevnutrd t,y this st :inlt lrd tue.iictne, +Vtie
nis no peer :tinoi .n-rhau tonlcs ani is itn
(oistanit'y inliteasl ig it n:td isi \. Xic, (Itl
West iniiles su Soutii Ainer,ea.
Gumming. - Dissolve a pound of
gootd gumn arabic in three pinto of cold
wvater, theon adid a tablespoonful of gly -
eerine and two ounces of honey. Strain
the mixture through flannel. The gly
cerine prevents the gummed label from
oracking and curlhng up when dry. A
sponige is the right thing to use-not a
brush. If the mixture is to stanid any
time, a few d1rops of oil of cloves wilt
prevent its turning inotuldy or losing
"From the worst tages of lleart Dig.
ease I consider myself cured by the use of
Dr. Graves' Ileart !Reguatr-T. M.
Town; T1"t.-n. N. il." 80 years have
p roved the HeIart llegulator a sure remedy.
BAd byd druggists at $1 per bottle.
A eorrY:%pofnen of the Tropical
Agriculturist says, regarding the de
struction of ants: "Tatke a white china
plate and spread a thin covering of
common lard over it. Place it on
the shelf of other places inflested by
the troubl esiome masce.s Von will be
pleased with the result. Stirring up
every morning is all that is needed to
set the trap again.
I would ree >mmttend E'y's Cream 13hin
to any one havinig (aiarrht or t.aarrhal
Asthma. I have sutteredl for the last five
years so I could not lie tiown for wve'ks at
a time. Since I have beent using the blisim
1 can lie down anti rest nicely. I thtank
God that you ever invented such a medi
cine- Fraink P. Butrieigh, I4zrmingtont, Nil.
A/ thte public meeting of this year
the Academy of Sciences, Paris, will
have to award t he three prizes of 10,000
francs, (g2000) each founded by Dr.
Lotui Lacaze, for-first,the work which
htas' contributed most toward the pro
gress of phtyssology: second, to best
work on physics; and third, to the
b)est work otn chemistry, Foreigneors
nmty compote. All t.hueclaims for the
prizes must be sent in iefore t heo 1sL of
Onice try Clirolittmoni collars andt cuiffs
an I you wIlt wear no otlier kind. They lIt
so well mid feel so nicely.
A French scientist says that buck
whtet, cakes are equal to putro white
b)read( as regardsa the phosphates or bone
making material and( ntitrogenouis prin
ciples which they contain, and are su
perior to broadi in fatty matters. The
general yield of buekwneat wvhen
cooked is ab tnt three times the weight
of flour nsed, showing that such flour
will retain from forty to forty-one por
cent, of water,
Malaria, chiJia, positively cured by
Emory's Standard Cure Pils. Their
equol unknown, sugar-coated ; no grip
A PnRTT fency is to ornament the
b)roadl silver knife used to cut the bride's
load at the wedding, Alake a pretty bow
with long ends of white ottoman ribbon,
about an inch and a half wide.
Ladies and chlldre-n's boots and shoes
cannot run over tf Lyon's Patent. Heel
Stiffeners arc used.
A NOVEL andi use[ul receptaclee for
sheet music when placed on the top of
the piano is a large, flait bottomed bas
kot with handle, the whole covered in
pale blue stamped velvet and trimmed
with chenille and gold thread,
"Houan5 oa coruns."
Ask for Welis' "ilough on Corns." 16c. Quttck
complete, pernmanent cure. Corns, warts, buntions'
Iron endurance and uncomplaining
renunciation are the two poles of
Liver disease, headache, and constIpation,
cused bybad digestion, quklty cured by Brown's
THE GREAT tl
O R E8
Rheumatism, euralgia Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Heada, , Toothache,
More Threat, Swell inQttSla a 1, e, Bruleee,
Bursis, Meraalle, >E ost lllrs,
AND ALL OTIIER ODili V PAIMS AN) ACIIRB.
gold by Druggist and Dealersetcry where. Fity Centsa bottle
THE OIIEAILE8 A. YODELER~I Co.
(Beee.rr. tr A. YOUBL&R a ro.1 nalltuore. 1d.. U.B. A
8THE CREAT CURE.
.An It is for All tho painftal dlseae of the t
E KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS.
Itcleane thou etem of the aorld iso
tacassthe yy nls a1 d eadlletfbring which
* only the victims of Rhoeumatisa can roalise.
ofl THO U ANDS3 OASES
of the worst forms of terriblo isease
have been quickly roliovod, and in short time
ISCR, S1. LIQUID Ot DItY, 80LD Y DRUOISTS. v
Si!- Dry cett bo eott b rnal
WBLTA.I, C AIt ur nVt.
I 1 I
NuibiIn~ in the world etlual to it for the
eus of Scrofula, Pimeple, 1oil., Tetler, Old Soree,
Bore Eyes, Mresurlal Diseases, Catarrb, Loes of
Appetite, Femnale Complaints. and all Blood
disease. It nevr faits. All druggsut and
country store keepers .t1 it. R. N. Hell.,,
A C.., Prop'e, PIt bur , on every bottle.
BEFORE -AND AFTtR
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD
WIiO are suffering front Nxntvous "eemsLrY'
'LosT VITALITY, LACK O" NU'RE FOCE AND
VlbO0Aoa.VTlNuoWAN ssss, And All those diseascs
of a 1'atRSoxALr NATunv retuting fromt Anvszs and
OTR QAuse. dpto eedy relief and comploto rrsto
ration of iIsALTn,t iott and MAjtktooD utf eItAxxiSD.
Thegrantloacovory of to nhotoenth Century.
Sena at once for ll luatratd 'aplot frOo. Address
VOLTAIC BELT 00., MARSHALL, MICH.
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GETSWN E tu ,,n
Beti 1s ol. Ge h gnie
DG T WATE JiVk deil iy e
jIm Ntte-siseias*r tsve d V iiidlf ad othrf
!orcirul r a ds erj to l at y Klso1m
NetA n T aE ol Ue th ent
and Esmre 0se'.M b
witotenGHaro, b. milfr2. g gut
sale. ooRu ECIPE
Postit;A"71tive.s rollefa.n d imuni- loUtr
1'sesIA m l fsts c :ay foundiniaans
Mt.ano'flia, Ja. Aht,M.. dtoelowu en d
and armlss rtle. So
bytfr Adrggsts A.verywh, eer .
It impartsrtheteelt bris
th cloestrIut Jiy cnno
Ring Mstr. arkse uear thie eyes.
n ss, Ha foN Nlus T. ftiu
and exitmta a at j o nce
Iits 111ed3 bye M~I(ii anolia
I t ispth tne nosparble
int mdifelk ins n
HEALTH IS WEALTH,
Health of Bodyis Wealth of Mid
DR. RAD WAY'S
THB GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
Pure blood makes sound flesh, strong bone hid
a clear skin. If yon would have you flesh Arm,
your bones soun without caries, as your ooa
lexion fair, use
Radway's Sarsaparill ian
A remedy composed of ingredients of oxtraor.
dinary medical properties essential to purify
heal repr and Invigorate the broken-down and
wae ol-Qrott PI.JABANT, SAt' and PsRMA- 1
SSNT In its trea i ai cure. A a .
No matter by what name the complaint may be
desgnate,d, wiether It be scrofula, consumption,
syphilis, ulcers, sores, tumors, bolls erysipelas, or
salt rheum, diseases of the lungs, 'ldneys, blad
der, womb, skin, liver, stoinach or bowels. either
chronio or constitutional, the virus isin the Blood
which supplies the waste and builds and repairs
these organs and wasted tissues of the system.
If the blood Is unhealthy, the process of repair
must be unsound.
The Sarsapartllian Resolvent
Not only is a compensating remedy, but secures
the harmonious action of each of the organs. It
establishes throughout the entire system function.
al har(nonywand suppl.es the blood ves
eels with a pure and healthy current of
new life. Tma Seiu, after a row days' use
of the. 84saparillian, becomes clear and
beantiful. Pimples, blotches, black spots and
skin eruptions are removed; sores and ulcers s"on
cured. Persons suffering from scrofulu eruptive
diseases of t e eyes, mouth ears. legs, throat and
glands, that have acoumulatecd anil spread, either
from uncured diseases or mercury, or from tin,
use of corrosive sublhpate may rely upon a vure
If the Sarsa ardlian is cos inuetl a suffclent titne
to makb its Impression on the systein.
One bottle contains more of the active princi.
les of Medicines than any other Preparation.
Taken In teaspoonful doses, while others require
five or six times as much.
One Dollar a Hottle.
Raday's Ready Relief1
The Clseape.st and Heist Sled blue for
Fam ily Use Ia the World
In from one to twenty minutes never falls to
relieve Pain with one thorough application:
no matter how violent or excruciatling the pamn,
the llheunatic, iletl-ri(lden, Inilaxm Cri plled,
Nervous, Neuralgic or prostrated with disease
may ster HAl WAY'S REiADY REJLiEP wil
afford Instant eise.
INFLAMMATION OF TII IC KI1)NEYS,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDERI,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWEI.S,
CONGESTION OR -HE LUNGS,
SORE THROAT, DIFFIUULT BRIEATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
It YSTERICS, CROUP, DIPH'li ERIA,
HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE, V
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CIiILLjS,
CHILBLAINS AND FtO'T BITES,
BRUISES, LU'tiBAGo, SCI ATICA,
COUGHS, COLDS, SPRAINS,
PAINS IN THE CHEST, BACE
or LIMB8 are instantly relieved.
MAL ARI A
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVERI AND AGUlE cured for 50 cts. There is
not a remedial agent in this world that will cure
Fever and Ague, and ether Malarious, Bilious
Scarlet Typhoid Yellow and other fevers (aided
RE AD,VY EL E ILIB) so quickly as RADY, AY'S
It will In a few moments, when taken internally
according to the directions cure Cramps, Spasms,
Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Nick Headchespep.
si tPalpitat ion of the I teart, Cold Chills i rc
Wind in th Bowel, aD all Inernal laiA
Traels sho DuldRaws carry a btl of RAD
drops in water will prevent sickness or pains from
chamroof water. It is better than French Brandy
or B rs s astimulant.
Mle-ia( Lisunberanen should always
Perfeot, Purgative, Soothing. A peri
ents, Aot without Pain, Always
Reliable and Natural
A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
mpurge, regulate, purify, cleanse and streng
R AnWAY's Pius for the cure of all disorders of
the Stomach, Liver Bowels1 Kidneys Bladder,
Female Complaints, ilervous unisesses, I'.osa uf A
petite, Headache, Constipation, C,ostiveness, f
oweon,, Biliousness Fever, Indlamma
lon of tPiles, and all derangements of
the Internal Viscera. Purely vegetable, contain
ing n mercury, minerals, or deleteriousdrugs.
w Observe the following symptoms resulting
from Diseases of the D)igestive Organs; Consti pa
tion, Inward Piles, Fullness of Blood in the
Head, AcIdity of the Stomach, Nausea Heartburn,
Disgust of F~ood, Fullness or Weight in the Ste
mach, Sour Eructations Sinking or Fluttering at
the HIeart. Choking or Eluffering Sensations wnen
iaalyug posture, Dimness ofVision, Dots or
Webs before the Might Fever and duli Pain in the
Head, Deficiency of icrspiration, Yellowness of
the Skin and Ey Pain in the Side, Chest,
Lib,and Bud&ln'uahes of Heat, Burning inl
system fro all te5 aoe-name dsoiGersth
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BR ALi "FALTSE AND TRUE."
Send a letter stamp to R ADWAY A 00., No. 53
Warren, Cor. Church St., New York.
Inormation worth thousania wHi be ment
S To fIhe Publie,
Be sure and ask for RADwAT's, and see that the
Dam "RADWAT" is on what yon buy,
iftt b rda t inmO
WUT eT'HI S ,P UT~ re
uAe t hr iieh I v ie fre or,o
mger in theumark It, sl,
Icr ~1ouso W wmnler, wn th end i tobel
cialnoii, foo jit. ths and 1 the
iaAb~ iears. Pen fbrn Iltaed imr
cula at Tesi mie. Are
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