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Tis ToMato PLAANT.-The variations
which occur in seedling plante of our
cultivated varieties of vegetibles is
the subjoet of a recent bulletin from
the New York agricultural experiment
In tomato seedlings young plants fre
quently show three and even four seed
leaves instead of the normal two. The
tomato presents numerous variations in
its growth. The species to which our
garden varieties are referred are sufi.
ciently distinct to be classed as separate
species or sub-species.
Dr. Sturtevant, in the bulletin under
consideration, notes the variations in the
fruit upon the same plant and upon the
Among other variations in the tomato
fruit is noted that of shape. It is only
within recent years that the tomato has
become smooth. Formerly it was ri>
bed and in shape quite distorted. One
of the most marked variations obtained
by culture seems to have been in the
diminution of the seed, and variations
are also to be notec between varieties in
the manner in which the seeds are ar
ranged, as also in the thickening of the
core, and the size of the various
cells and partitions which contain the
There appears also to be considerable
variation in the vitality of seeds as be
tween different varieties as there cer
tainly is between the strength of the
young plants. But Dr. Sturtevant has
not yet collected sufficient data to as
sign this variability to other than acci
dental causes. It is an interesting sub
ject of inquiry whether the tendency to
seetlessness and quality be not correla
ted, and also whether there be not a
correlation between the vitality of seed
and the quality, as also between the vi
gor of the plant and quality,
Tu CULTURE OF WUnUr.--Some
twelve to titteen years ago an impression
prevailed-indeed the results seemed to
establish the fact-that wheat cultuio in
Pennsylvania, like friuit-oulturo, had
run out, and farmers' clubs and agricul
tural papers went full tilt to discussing
the reason of it. But subsequently both
took a turn, and we should like to know
to-day if any one oares to say that both
wheat and fruit cannot he raised assue
cessfully there as in almost any other
State. Some saiid at first that it would
last only a little wlhile-now and then
we may get along well uonlgh, but
who can say how long it will last., or in
case of failure should come again what.
we arc to do about it. This was anti
cipating an evil which there was no
reason to believes would soon occur
again, andl as it hail not yet returned we
hear no more about it. The grsnblers
ar quiet; they take with thanks, we
hope, all they receive, and may en
tertain the best expectation for the fu
The prc aest enemy of the wheat crop
ii too much water. It may be said that
th( wheat-root is more susceptible to
injury from too much water than iany
of us believe. To be sure there is a
gentral iipression that an overdose of
wialor is bad, but t4he full force of the
impressi. u is seldom felt as it deserves
to be. Water lying aroundill roots does
not always kill the wh oit plant, but
many of the loots afre injured, and the
few that are left are not able to do do
tho woi k that all wer*e intended to take
part in domyi.' If -ny onie uiill dig upl a
th ent I .itit in sprimng which haes stood
uli wiir m i a tuet placwo, lie will see ex
actly bow this is. Only living roota
ciloe to the suiface and below this may
~EDNQ Warn CL.OVER.-"Tj get a
goodl at ed i,g (os Ofover is nie easy task,"'
nuiy a farmer ,illi say, and there isi
truth in thle statemenit, yet it makes
very miuo: difference how onue goes to
work to do it and when ho does it. We
have known iau mera to sow clover early
ini st.ring on ryo or wheat hind when
there uns a light covering of snow on
the~ gr.'und and have good succEss with
it,but we prefer' to wait until thoground
is set tIed, then sow six qjuarts of clover
to f )uri quarits of timiothiy to thlt iacie.
51m11 find it advantagouns to hightly
harrow the grounid af ter sowing the
sa rd, anud then roll it with a heavy rol-.
I r. This, of comse5, can oni . be ii h -.
ly done i en the ground is dry and set
tled. This bemng uone, sow 100 pounlds
of plaster to the acre. Clover should
not be covered deep;ut is not necessary.
If clover and timothy are to be sowni
adter C'ats it should not be done until
the oats arc barrowed in for the inst
STAB1is manure und(oub)tedfy answers
the deiniumds of the '-.ii in fruit culture
better than anuy annual application of a
single speal fertilizer, but still it
should not be forgotten that ani occa
sional appthealtioni of potash in sonme
form may be necessary. Muriate of
potash is a good apphuantion now and(
'mns general fa~iul of the aipplo erop1,
a year ago, has greatly lessened tre
n,umbers of the coahung moth. We
may, therefore, hope for a inll crop
of Iruit, tree from wornms, the coimig
IN cutting out the blhghted portion of
pear trees, the kmife, saw or pruming
shears should be freuently rinsed
In carbolic aoid, and water to provoent
the spread of the diseaise to healthy
.i Ithay disease attacks a peach tree,
dig it upl and pat aniot.her in its place.
In aill probability it is at case of the
yellows, and1 the loss of a trao is a trafle
as compared with the danger of SplreadI
ing the intection.
A Youo call will b'egiin to eat graim
or good bright hay at five or six monlthis
old. A little scaIled meal at this alge is
botter than all milk rationi, a1s it is best
to accustvim them to solid food no eairh
IT is the behet of nmu:iy close observ
ers thlat the gestation of domestic anii.
mtais is retar.ed by a severe wiinter.like
the last, anid htenvied by a warm win.
ter, Somue r'eported facte this year tend
to conlirma this theory.
BY actualhI til the piast season one
hundred bushels o1f t-helied corn shrank
to nlnety between Deceimber and the first
or May. It was pult mn a tight in, tand
the shinijk age was from elvaporaltion--.
not from rata or mieu.
Fon 5asparalgus Ollose a deep, hight,
satndy loam, abo iworkI in plenty of fine
farmyard manure. it is preferablo, it
ais convenient, to plant in one long row
on side of the garden, having the plants
about 18 inches tipart.
Goon raw bone duiat Is estimated to
Aast about secen vears.
IoE FUDDIN.-Put one quart of milk
into a stewpan with a half-pound of
white sugar and a stick of vanilla; leave
it to boil ten miuutei. Mix the yelks
of ten eggs with a gill of cream, pour in
the milk, then put it back again into
the stewpan and stir until it thickens,
but do not lot it boil; strain it into a
basin, and leave it to cool. Take twelve
pounds of ice, pound it small, add six
pounds of flue salt; mix together quick
ly, cover the bottom of an - ice-pail (a
common pail will do), place the ice.pot
ich it, and build it around with the ice
and salt. This done, pour the cream
into te pot, put on the .over, and never
cease turuing until the cream becomes
thiok; move it from the sides occasion
ally with the ice-scoop, to prevent it
getting into hard lumps. The mould
to be used to set the pudding should be
put on eo to get quite cold. It is then
filled witi cream to the level, and three
or four pieces of white paper wetted
with cold water are placed on it before
you put on the cover, which should flit
very tight. The mold is then buried in
the same mixture of ice and salt used
for freezing the cream in the first in
stance, and is left until wanted, When
it is dipped in cold water, turged out on
% napkin and served. Dried fruits, cut
small, may be put in the cream when
tho mold is beig filled.
BAnu s' feet are objects of unlimited
admiration; the soft curves and outlines
and the perfect nails do not in the least
iuggest the cramped and mis3bappen
rorm they will tak e after e.wlile, in oil
human probability. Thoughtlessly and
r mistaken notion of economy cause
the lack of beauty and the sense of dis
comfort about the feet of the half-grown
bcy or girl. Uhildren are frequently
made to wear shoes that they have out
gRown, because they are not worn out.
-l3est." shoes are almo.st too small when
they are pulchased, and as they are
only worn occasionally, the feet chanve
and enlarge, and are injured by the ill
fitting shoe. The nails should be cared
for and looked after by the mother just
as conscientiously as the morals of the
child. Many an hour of acute pain to
I.he man or woman may be charged to
the neglect of the iails in childhood.
If the discovery is mado that the slice
is oppressing the foot and crowding the
nails, it would be botter to remove the
slou and let the chile go without rather
tlan coitwne it., um. If there is dan
ger of the toenail piesaing down in the
Ilesh, it can be avoided by cutting a
rlallop or poiuit in the centre of the nail.
Tiloa will certainly prevent ingrowing
How TO 1)iRvn FLIES OUT OF A iOoM,
-Observations made by M. R"ilord, a
eu mber of the Society d'florticulture
at Limoge i, show that a c-uitor-oil plant
having been plrwd in a room infested
with flies, they diappeared as by on
c;hanttment. Wishing to find the cause,
he soon found under the cistor-oil plant
it number of dead flies, and a large
number of bodies ha-i remained cling
ing to the uider surface of the leaves.
itr would, therefore, appear that the
leaves of the (abtor-oil plant givoont an
ersetial oil, or some toxio principlo
nulilh posseosses very strong insecticide
qIualitiesa. Ca'.tor-oii plants are muchel
uised in France as ornamental plants mn
r'ooms, 11 sL ihe rSist vt ry welt vatriations1
tf atmn< aphet e and temperature. As thbe
eaistflr-oji plant is very much growvn aunt
iultivatedl in all garder.s, the Journal
.i'Agrienlture points out that it would
be worth while to try decorations of the
k aves to destroy the green flies and
athter insects wich in summer are so
.testruolivo to plat and( frnut trees.
tybhow, M. Ra ord's ob-ervtionsii
110!it that trial should be maude of the
>roptrties of the castor-oil plant bo0th
or the destrucetio)n of flies in dwellingsa
nd of other troublcesome insects.
TourrTo Fma.--Thie following Is the
nethou of preservintg tomoate-i In iBor
nuda, antd t,h ereby manu facturing a
tweet pieservo something like figs:
l'ake six ponunds of sugar to one peck
or 16 poumiba of the fruit, mu~ld and
embove the skini of tho frui in the
isual way, cook themi over a lire, their
>wnl juice being suflicient with>ut the
ldl'ituon of water. until the sugar pone
rates and they are clarified; they are
~honi taken out, spreadt on abhes, flat
ened and dried ini thto sun. A emal
luanItity of the sirup should be occasion
lily sprinkled over them whilo drying,
rdter which pack them down in boxes,
.reatiuu each layer with powdered su
~ar Tluo sirup) is after ward concentra.
tad andi bottled for use. They keel)
romi year to year aud retain their flavor
urprhlising:ly, which is nearly that of' the
lest qua!ity of Iresh figs. The pear
Ihped or single tomaitoes answer the
purpose best. Or. in ary brown sugar
hay be used, a, large portion of which
a retained in the sirn e.
MtlLuwtiiiu Pons. -Prhaps somei per1
~ons maity not know 'Whalt very' pretty'
idditionts nmay be made to dried grasses,
bunches oh toeius, andi autumn leaves,
by thue miilkwood mot~ds. P,iek the m
when thle seeds e ".tte ripe, and the
pods begin te i .e. Open ihe pods and
pick the Seeds ( with the downy sub
stanice adlhetJing to them. Trake the
soeds oil' and pass the down ttncoughi
the bps) kIthis is the only way I know of
to get them a very little mnoist), ho0ld
ing fast the s'eedt end. Haive a hine wire
andt ia piece o,f wvhite thread tied to thes
und of it. Lay the prepared down
against the wire and wind the thread
iarotind it to 1teel) it ini plaice. Conitinueit
this unttil you ha.ve a sort of fez, or full
blowun tiower. You must take each seed
separattely, and the'y must be placte
very' 01811 togethetr ot: th l'C 0., and1( bem
wotundm tight witha the thread, The
downiy subtstancet' will blowy out very*
tiuly, tund very white, and is really
A .uNisItE tidty is made of linen
s- in.-, w ih the ends armged, or withl
drIawn work at each end, or it mn ay have
this work andum the fringe at the binttomn
I ulty. 'J'aTe withi bhack etching eilk
woirk some11 prIetty lgures i it centre.
A vmo-hike border is a great addition,
AN agreeable aint apetizinug dish i-s
made by cooKing asparagu-i and peois
togethuer. Cut tender stalks of aispara
guas in al ttiii t s 5 both r es ta h s
re'tptiite the samue length of time to er ok I
season1 with cre'amt, pepper andt salt, < r
i place oi cream use nmilk with a Itump
2o butter niel i it.
llOitSE-ADiSHL root bol]ed in salt aind
water, wvi h a httle vinegar, is good to
tetnd to the table with ranst meat of any
kind; cut it ini thin slices andt use' it ats
A cuianuuso way to flavor custardis is
to beat fruit jelly with the w hites of thue
eggs; red rasp)berry jolty and quince
leci.y tire esuccially ie her t11.
Tu scene is the office of a Denver
silver mining company. Enter the Pres
ident, wearing a puzzled expression of
Secretary: 'Anything new this morn
President (confidentially); "t3ay, I
was a little off last night?"
"And I am a little mixed this morn
ing. Do we declare a dividend of twen
ty cents per share to-day?"
"Oh, no, sir. We declare an assess.
ment of forty per cent, per share
"Ah-exQtly. Well, that's better
a great deal better. Young man let my
case be a warning to you never to touch
whisky. I came mighty near telling old
Peters that we should declare a divi
How He Doubled His Trade.
Mr. Be nj. W. Patton, pharmacist,Globe
Village, Blass., says that the miraculous
patu cure, St. Jacobs Oil, has greatly help
ed his other business, and the sales of the
remedy have doubled in one month. He
keeps a large supply on hand. Officers of
the'Army and Navy pronounce St. Jacobs
Oil, to be the greatest pain-cure of the age.
PROBABLY a lecturer: "What alearned
man Mr. A. is 1" exclaimed Mrs. I.;
"1e talks so interestingly on everything
he knows, and he knows so many things!"
"Rl'm l" ejaculated Mrs. 0., "you
should hear my friend D.; lie talks
equally well of thinge he knows nothing
about as of any others. He is what you
may really call a learned man."
No Rest Day or Night.
In the fall of 1875 niy suflfrings were tor
rible. I was swollen to such proportion that
I feared may limbs would burst. I had the
bost medical talent obtainable, and at the
worst stage of my illness, when muy husband
and many friends had given mei up to (lie,
the late I)r.John Woodbury mnde a thorough
examination of my watei, and pronounced
my case acute kidney disease, bordering on
Bright's diseas,antd accompanied by gravel,
and recommentded the immediat use of
Hunt's Remedy. At this lime I was suffer
ing iest terrib'i pain in my back, limbs
and bead, and could 11 id norest.daay or night
for weeks, and I was growing weaker daily
until this kind physician ordered mnc to take
Runt's Iteinedy. Before taking half of one
bottle I cominenced to inprove, and after
taking six bottles was entirely cured. This
was nearly eight. years ago, ani I have had
no retur of the disease. I have reconi
maended llunt's .ltomedv to others in similar
eases, and it has never tailod to cure. I have
also used it for sick headache, and found bi
it. a sure relitef. I think it the best umediclite
made, and cheerfully rocomined it to all.
MRS. W. i: STIILSON,
No. 1(1 Tyler Street, Ito: ton, Mass.
April 18, 1883.
A well-Kunwnt an.
Iiun' 's BTemedy having been recoml nended
to me for kidney and livet coiplaints, I pur
chased soime at the "People's Drug Store"
anmd used it. in mlly family, and found it to be
a very valuable medicine, 1and 1 gladly
recolumend it highly to my friends, kni,wing
it to be beneficial to those troubled with kid
ney or liver disease. Respectfully yours,
EII A NOYSE,
63 (1. Street, South Boston, Mass.
April 14, 1883.
A Last, Manufacturor.
I ha ve used Hunt's Rermedy for i he kidney
complaint, and, having been fully restored
to health by its use I cai testify to its value.
Daily I recoininend it to soine one ot my
f'riends, all of w now' I know have bjeeni benie
ilted by its use. Orateoll iy,
L2.0. P. COX.
MAlalen, Mass., A pil 2, 1883.
"You.are an ass I" says finally one
dilsptanitt to another.
"Oh, you can say so," is the retort,
"but prove it ! I went to see you prove
"Why, should I, when you do ?"
To Say Nothlig of the ihseol,ufort.
Charoni. ounsipiation Is an atnent very ditileiult to
overconmo by ornaiiry lucans, and absolutelyv In
lnical to health iu the iree dliselharge of the vari
ous phyalcal funetIons. D)yspepsla, liver com
lallnt, sick ieallacheos, inti.tnmat ion of the bow
e:s, land a variety ot other complaints, spring
from oriare aggrii'atedi by It. A Inong aperients of
a ratitonal ciass, as 'listianguished from Ithe vi 'lent
purgatIves. far lesls esteerned tihan formueilly by tIle
profession and the tpublic, lio.stetiers Sloinach. Bit
ters stiid, dtelve,ily ihigit. It is sultlelently ne
thve, without becing sudden antd painful Iin opera
tiIon, and' not only aifordls r ,<dIeal relief fromn ir
regularlil of the ho,wels, but invigorates them andt
their kindired org.anus, t he ihver ainci st')iach. As
a I tie, therefore, no less than as an aperlent, It as
an article of the iirst rank i"ever ati ague, rlaen
niatie Ic oipilllits, a want 01 vitalIty, and kiriney
and bladder almients, are also within the scope of
its reiedial inotuenice.
AT a publio11 resort:
Anxiouts inqurer to polite doorkeeper
-"I say, did you see a tall, fair-haired
man go in hero a few minutes ago ?"
Doorkeeper, withi profondt courtesy
-"Yes. sir. Indeed, I have seen 175
of him go ini."
Proof of time Puiulain
disetn's begitusom trilling cold, some excess or ir'
reguilarity of atintg andi w drheng,' ,tat congero
tionis alit? dia der of ne ril niro t unctieoneof
thei body at tirnt nhi nbt tIithig in Intia:inniation,
fevers andu death. it Is iOaporttnt also to recolleot
that b~ - renovi ng the caull oIpenlng the ,' ee ils
charg t,gi. th poillous, Gi<I, a nt i.urifylng theo bloodl
wou eniale atur.' to contiuer dlisease and health Is re
stored. wise phlvsailans for ti000 years hmave fou,nd no
t u if,aiit''b l ,eny ro dIleseu tha n "St. ltenard
Ve'getabl,e Plls." At all druggists.
",.1ottssut ' sa:i his sister. "you
muist not commenice ai quarrel; let the
othier boy begin." "WeStll," exclaimed
the little lhero. "bhut if I wait for the
other boy to begitu, I'mt 'fiaid there
woln't be anly fight,"
M1ENS ts's P'KlfoNtaii, asEa' o0.51, ih lo'inly
pretaraetOI of beet conZtaiili n? its tir e nui'fj.
tro,is proper~ri. it contatulls l)''omi-lulkIing, force
gcner.it ing anid Ife-sustalulong prope.art,es; Iivisita
le for liigestion1, dysp,epslit,nel votn- prostraiition,
undi alt trnms of general deiIlity, also, in a i en
feebiedi conition-l4, whether the result of exhAus
tioni, nervous prostration, over-work or acute d1is
ease, paticuhatry It result lu from p thniotiary
ero,iphiliuta. Ca'awell, Ilzr tia Co's., pirioprlcetons,
-'I cAN'T hold the baby any long, r',"
said a young father, "'it's getting too
heavy." "Pshaw, Edwaurd I you usetd to
hold me for hours and never complain.''
IALdie and chiltlti's boots andi shoes
cannot rutn over if L.yon's Patent Heel
Stifleners are uised
"SToie'iNOs, mis I what numnbers?"
"'Why, two, of couirne. Do youI think
['ye got a wooden leg ?"
lDr. KlIne's threat, Nerve Itestoror is the
muarve'l of the age for all nerve ditseases. All
It.s stoppet tree. benid to 93I Arch St,reet,
''THE hot wave: Soane notion of the
terrible h,eat in thle Eas'terni States may
oc got from the fact that live ice hlorses
vere burnedi in Miassachunsetts last week,
The quiek, comtplete cure, ill anlnlo)lng Kidney,
illaddalni . 'rmary iseases. $1. Brugglsts.
TuieATacAt.: Paradoxical as it may
smem, a married muan in the theatrical
svorld often is compelled to support
anlother man's wife.
No malutter wrial your allm,ent is, lirown's Iron
Bitters wili sutely tienefit you.
THE Indian problem: Inidians are
liir> shoop: they may be inled by a
As a reliable reo>edy for indigestion and a
certain cure for dyspopsia, GASTINIE with
out doubt stands first. GASTRINE is Iln
liquid form. Sold by druggists.
"Rougha on Rats.'
Clears out rate, mice, roaches, fles, ants, bed
bugs, skunks, chipmunks, gophers. 150. Druggists.
The pills are warranted to be PURELY vege
table, free from all mineral and other poisonous
substances. They are a certain cure for Consti
pation, Sick Ifeadache, Dyspepsia Biliousness,
Torpid Liver, Loss of Appetite, and all diseases
arising from the
Liver, Stomach, Bowels or
They remove all obstructions from the channels
of the system and purify the blood thereby im
parting health, strength and vigor. Sold by drug
gists, or sent by mail for 2 cents In stamps by
P. NEUSTAEDTER & CO.,
83 Mercer St., New York,
Sole anutol urersof ST. BEtNA tD VEGIE.
Send for circular.
-"All your own fanat
If you reina n aick when you can
Oet Ilop Bitters that never-Mau.
The weakest wcuian, smallest child, and
sickest invalid can use Hop Bitters with
safoty and groat good.
-Old mon tottering around from Rheu
matism, kidney trouble or any weakuoss
will be almost new by using Hop Bitters.
-My wife and daughter were made
healthy by the uyo of Hop Bitters and 1
recommend them to my people.-Methodist
Ask any good dlnctor If flop
Bitters are not the best family medicine
-Malarial fever, Ague and Biliousness,
will leave every neighborhood as soon as
Hop Bitters arrive.
'1My mother drove the paralysis and
neuralgia all out of her system with Hop
Bitters, "-Ed. Oswego Sun.
-Keep the kidnoys healthy with Hop
Bitters and you need tot fear sickness.
-Ice water is rendere<t harmless andi more ro.
freahlug and reviving with Hop Bitters in each
-'I le vigor of youth for the aged and infirm in
o HAS BEEN PROVED -
* The SUREST CURE for -
KIDNEY DISEASES. o
Does a lamo baok or disordored urine indi
dat- that you are a vict im P CHEN DO NOT D
E 11SI-'ATE; use Riduey.Wort at ono, (drug
gists recommend itland it willspcedily over
como the diseaso and restore healthy notion. "
." For comtplaints peculiar .>
ad e, to youtr ec. nuoh na pain .
ndweaknessos,lcidney.Wort is uuurpassed,
it will act promptly and sal'ely.
E lithorSox. Incont inonce. rotention of urine, '
brink dust or ropy deposits, and dull dragging C
paine, all speodily yield to its curativo power.
43. BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. rico $1.
S a ' 1 1 i 1:
Notl og In the worldt equul to It for the
cure of Scrofula. Pimpes . rolls, Tetter, Old Sores,
Sore R.yes, Mercurial i,ise..es, Catarrh. i.oss of
ApetlIte. Fesuale cutupla'to , aun ait blood
dieawe. It newr fails. Ali druggists and
country store keepers sell It it t. Sellers
a t'o., Prop's, Piltsburgh o . every boe.
BEEORE a-AND - AFTER
Electrle Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Tridl.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
Sfro are sufTorin~ from NanrvoUn DEastuT?
tuoon, VsiTu Y uNss a, and all thoco isease
~ EsFA .NATVnB resutalng fron AiVII sEs
ration oftirEAur.Tu ngand MAsnooD oUAnANTEED.
The gradest .ltoeryo the Nln thl Cenury.
VOLTAlO BELY CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
6~ a week in your own town. Terms adt
outfit free. Address H. HIALLETT'I & Co.
YOU NG M wE wilt iv""*y^na stnaton
Circulars free. VALENTINE BROS.. Jaueivlle.l',is.
A GENTS inailo I mO e CUI fl!)1t "
LIOtO'. 381 Houthi 6t Street. PhiladelDE h'lE. Pra
C ONsUJMPTivF8'IREMFDY. bymiagi.25g. JOHN
y i lMcA LVI N,formerly Tax Conlector.L.owell,M ass.
Plhco'ix Peelorail *111 euro your cough. Prico 13 etc.
*~IIJ'~ wo suiYor from earI1
most powerful invigorant ever introduced:
oce restore y -It ta o Is o rola pso ~ry
gusts, or by mnali trom Ailoa 's Pharmnacy,
*E~hU~ heIsto ryofarnans
UIFIUmE ro noakoned down1
~~ etu ~obyearlymndi..
al te oelos of Brain and odya fr
.At ugge t or by mnai from Aien a l
LE for Norious Dopbit
and wteaknessof Nerro
there is nonmQ equal to Allen s irra n ood 3
which promptly and permanently restores
Aall lost visor; It. never fails. 41 pkg. 8for
Y ti a rit by nil ron An
UE uE L~ the strongest tets as
"eakeneti ortoti ess eoti a
D)obiilty. and restoring Iost piowers to the
Ooak nedOnrativo 8 -stein and, in no
mlsaanco ha.siteverfaieA ; teatit. *i dfor
FIlesst Ooughfiyrni.!"astea gooal.L
IN the studios' Miss Lilybud (the
popular model)- 'You say in Paris,
Mr. Cadmium, there are no models that
are good?" Mr. Camium-"I don't think
there are,no,not in that sense of the word;
at least I never knew of any." "And the
artists are they good, Mr. Cadmium ?"
"Well, rather; but in the other sense
of the word, you know." "So, then, in
Paris the models are all bad and the
painters all good, and here the models
are all good and the painters all bad
is that it, Mr. Cadmium ?" (Cadmium
thinks this idea of the higher education
of women ought to be kept out of art.)
The Dead uannot Ile liaised,
nor if your lungs are badly wasted away
ian you be cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's
"Golden Medical Discovery." It Is, how
iver, unequalled as a tonic, alterative, and
nutritive, and readily cures the most obsti
nato cases of bronchitis, coughs, colds, and
lnclpient consumption far surpassing in
ifticacy cod liver oil. Eend two stamps for
Dr. Pierce's pamphlet on Consumption and
Kindred Atffctions. Address WOnLD'S
DISPENSARY MIDICAL. ASSOCIATION,
Buffalo, N. Y.
A YOUNG lady, whose name we with
[told writes to say that it ib very strange
that an animal may hear people speak
a language ftom the time it is born, and
yet never understano a word of it; while
. child, who is born entirely ignorant
of a single word of its meaning, learns
the whole language of which that word
is a member. We do not think it at all
strange, because a duckling who is
hatched out without any idea of aquat
los can swim half a mile the first time
it goes in the water, while some men,
born with the same ignorance, can never
be taught to swim a stroke.
-'ln a )eeline.
1)r. It. V. PlinicE : Dear Sir--Last full
my daughter was in a decline and every
l>ody thoughs she was going into the conl
mumuption. I got, her a bottle of your "Fa
rorite Prescription," and it cured her.
Mns. MARY IINSON,
O' all druggists. . Montrose, Kan.
AN advertisement in an exchange con
ains the line in bold typo, "Misfit Par
ors." It might easily happen. In
leed, there are many misfit houses, but
ye never saw them advertised that way.
t misfit house is one that costs five
housand dollars more than the archi
et's estimate, and when couipleted,
loesn't fit the owner's pooket book,
until there is a big inottgage put on the
Weak lungs, slitt ing of blood, eonsuinp
ion, and kindred atlections, enred without
)hyslcian. Address for treatise, with I.wo
tam1ps, WORL,D'S DISPENSA RY .MElDIVA1L
assoCIA'rION, I3utli:lo, N. Y.
ArrTn seeding, oatts and barley re
luire cool, wet weather. Hence the cold
'a us which delay corn planting are not
vithout their compensation.
.1. W. rthan. Wholosule Druggist, of AuitIn. 'ex.,
vrites: I lii t bon h:mndiing l)r. Witt. liil's Unila:un
or the Lungs for the east year, and have fonI it one
>f the mtoat ilble mteticines I have ever ludu in ty
tonse for Conghs. Colds and even hmetnyatpton,
itways givitit Pires satisfacltont. 'lease send nme one
ross by Saturduay's stean -r.
Dr, (recen's Oxyggented Bitters
a the olde<t at, bst remetdy for Dyapepsls, i.loan.
tesa. Malaria, Indigestion, all disorder of the
itomach, and all diseases Indicating an inpura e)ndi
ion of te Bloid. Kidneysa nd I.ivor.
Dr. toier's vegeitble weram syrup. tnstuaty dIe.
Itroyu w~Orms and remo.ves all secreItin.
Tra man who was the coolest, person
n the battle of Waterloo, has jutst died.
He hid in the ice-house of the chateau
luring the fight.
A startling fact. iHeart D~sease is only
uferior in fatalhty to consumpition, do not
uffer froum it butt use0 l)r, Graves' Ileart
degultator. It has Curedi thousands, why
mot you? $1. at drtgerists.
PATEnNAL Pride: ''Just think, my
lear friend, your unworthy son came
o me yesterday,and ('ifered me a reduc-.
ion of 5 per cent, if I would take away
ny patronage fromi you and givo It to
tim." ''Gottswninder, my son Israak
ias done that. whom I took to be ani
inpract,ical fellow, and meauwhile he is
unch a shrewd busainees man I Oh, my
gracious, how that pleases tme. '
.E!y Brothers: We ate selling more of
Ely's Cream Ban than all of' other Ca
arrh itemedies. can hardly keep a supply
>n hand. A. Nichols of this pla5cc says he
uff'ered from Catarrh tar years. tHe pur.
:hased a bottle of your Cream B thm cf us
Lull it relieved im more thani anything he
ad before tried. HeI is now almost cured
aid says you cannot recommend It too
aghily.-Evers Biros , independence, Iowo.
A WEa rXnN nhu claims to have bur
ed twent,y wives, He is a grave-digger
mxd they are not his own.
"Five years ago my life was a dread all
he time fromt heart. Disease, smece using
)r. Graves' heart Regulat,or the E'ngiisn
anguaige would fail me in telling the goodl
received. -Ka e Musagrove, Ctoloma, lnd.
'or sale at drugglsts.
IIEAR1TFR[T ery of an Old1 gentleman
vhose heart is not open as day to molt
ng charity, when an aged beggar asks
tim for alms:
"I see it's nto use to give these folks
nything---they ask for it, all the same!"
Malaria, chils, positively cured by
Gmiory's Standard Cure Pills. Their
quol0 unknmown, sugar.coated ; no grip.
TIMts, with a scythe, is pictuired as
ald-iheaded, 5o thait heo cannmot be taken
ry the forelock.
Mother swan's wVorna syro,p.
Inltltble, tasteless, haarmtess, caithatrile; for fe
erishanessy, res'tiessnaess, worms, cola-.tlpati:an. 25ic.
1lThe pr'ospects for the aplel crol
reu very fauvorable, for atn off-year.
iI'CKIIANNO',,W. VA.- tDrs. Nrw!n:u .A li dr rc.
ort t hal ilrown's Iron hitters are g iing gene(rail
- --New Mexico's wool p)rouct ionh last
eari amlhounltted to 30,000O,000t 'on ds.
Tihe successful man has many Initators
n his peentar hneti of butsi ness, but still
he're ie onily onie 'irigmator. So, also, the
;reat petroleum hair renewer, Carholmite, as
low Im)proved andt perfected,. hohl( lhe
isalm algainst all Iuntatmrs as a gentune cr
ick' 01 merit. Try it.
A Youtu inan called his sweetheart
'rttre opportumnity," because she is
voirthmy of being emblraed.
('hu it hmon coli rc and cuffs lare chenp.
st in the loing runa. 'They weal longer
han any other, atnd y'ou save cost of wash
''FINE feathers make tite birds," unt
eea it be the pin I enthmers oni a section
>f broiled chicken.
WooDRERtRY, MO.-ltev. W. J. .Jhonits Says:
'I iiave niedi Browni's Iron UitIters ini mly family
Lund thtey liave prven a spiendad health invigor
1r is not exactly polite to refer to a
leceased uncrson as yonr warm frend.
F' L 3P.n. %T.J~N
bLIIMAN REM U
Rheumatism, eUraia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, H4oadaelae, Toothanhe,
f,ur=a, Ncialdw, F out Itea,
AND ALL OTlIIt l1ODII.Y PAINS MINU ACIIIS.
Sol.by Diuggiste aud D)oalernevuewhcre. Fifty (tessbo$
Direollttot lu 11 irngages.
T'E 11AII.i4 A. PO.LEIl T.
euaeooa,o to A. VOUILxa * CO.) ialiaore. Itd., 0t. A,
Lumb all tho painful dia ase of te
fKIDNEYS,LIVER AND DOWELS,
r It cleanses the satom of tho aorld poison
40 that causes the dreadfulifbriug which
o only the viotm of Rheumatism can~ realizo.
D THOUSANDS OF OASS I
ol, the worst brms of this torrblo isoat
have boon quikly rolAev.d, and short time
E 1IDN $. ,LIVR, D BT DRUVOIST. U
Q inth Drctne Rtsent enn realao..
_ IHOSANSOP oSS .
CATA RRH ri rl:Evis.
EA'ok the wos i a lti to all Iay.over
Suillerer , it tei tng, eo Iny olu"
O PttCF $P LaQUrD 01CIt r OL waY D iRU oed..
EY a with Iia lr --t .fvo
y.ara. and never before foundu
CIATA R -iI YFVR
, riu en recomman E.usr: 11'.
ELY tlwreaialtora all lay-Foe
utIIN; trtlaeld014, Vt.
CCRt B wilIwhe diotl
-f the ea d. in t le t rl se
AY-EF.E cIrcular )xo"ts , efcta lly lallr ora
U"gisa AI. lIthTle nl pnsttagon of caar.a
Jatuhor Milk Ist batly lnlainint o prucctes
xsONE-COLD. th", ntemtbranal linings of the
th sersane rsBestore d es
a FOIT UE _g n _d _ _e vh
ELY'S ot f tatilo and smenl. Benencial r'.
CR EAm BALM."Alog.
ps Ar t ort i g r t et ment w il l o cre.
Unelu tlled for cold 11t , I ea n .A nt e le tod %to.
udor circaae. e y . i Mayor mail or at
i1 r hgist., ELYh B TII.S . d ei o. fre . Y.ttit o e
Janphor Milk a the best Linlntent. Price 25 conts.
Insano Persons Restored
it ra H r. J re i i, an . l ai l otr free
r i ve d Sortt a , i 1'. 0. l and 21 11es auroy
ial Hot. l.agot Arh 12 St tiPl 1.th ;. oe r
ATE NTS DBTAINED
its. hll4R of l l.dIN tAAUPS
REJECTED 8 A%i'( II.'
moatnt KoAtornoy,)oxwe, nead isng a2tintur,.of
Wuhmnh Hrhvous eug n.bl n
Intehuman body ERADI('ATED by using
PAME'S WORM SYRUP R
CW"ORi SALE BY ALL6 DRlU(IS.
A A I o2 t on easl to
a eng oa r i nke tin iblet ns a ot
ucd 3 Der ent. NATIONAr.d-Uit I. 'o t a.ls
Si40. Ps ii s r g titttea rite or lttara
THOSE AFLC'DSIi iE IFT)
7aoltot liesht-gte to consult . Nfl. an,I J. B.r11
glE8A , or 206d tor hJ i-cend stren, iniae
pla, etitier by ustad tar b, pers .n, tiurn:g tiretiours
roim 8 A. Al. 1o 2 P. M.,,and 6 to '9 P. 31.
Advyice free,. WVhotseve,r Woul i kflow his Condi
lion and tIhe way to imprave Ik slilti reatd
"WISDOM IN A NU TSHIELI."'
Bent on receIpt 01 1-CentI stamp.
Best in the world. Get thae genuine.
Every package haa our trade-anark
asad snmarked Framer's. 8 o L Ii
8( SEEETS fine wrling papr, In blotter,
with catlendalr, by mall for 26. Agents
anted. E00NMY FMINING Co., neOWhary
tresa, P'. W.IIIEaLIEtt& t-0., PIdladelphla, Pa,
YANTEI)-ADIEI TO TAKE OURt NEW
Fantiv wotrk 't their home' in city or country,
t - cat $0to I e wet, ina Ig good fo r
artierilars. HUDSON MFO. 00. ixth-Ave., N.Y
IGENTS WANTED EF(n
rn M l inb evr awaite. t nta pariaro f
ra clear at Irasto tlt Twy n by KniIn
AMONG THE LADIES
ladies trivel' are chiefl arti
fieial, and all who wil talke
the trouble may secure them.
These roseate, bewitching
hues follow the use of Hlagan'
MIagnolia Bahmn-a dehcafe,
harmmless and1( always reliabke
article. Sold by al (iruigglsts.
SThe Mtagnolla B alm con
eeals evety blemish, removes
Sallowness, TI a n, lRed ness,
Ernu>tions, all evidences of
exci encat and every iumper.
b. Its effects4 are Immediate
and so natur'al that no hummmanm
ben can detect its applica-.
HEALTH IS WEALTHI I
fealth of Body k Wa1lth of Mind
DR. RAD WAY'S
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIBR.
Pure blood makes sound flesh, strong bone and
a clear akin. If you would have your flesh irmn,
your bones sound without carles, and your oon.
leuion fair, use
A remedy composed of ingredients of extraor
dinary medical properties essential to purify
hal rep air and invigorate the broken-down and
baaled body-QUlos PLfASANT, SAra and P'u A.
)lENT In its treatment and cure.
Io-matter by what name the complaint may be
dealgu ited, whether it be scrofula, consumption,
syphilie, ulcers, sores, tumors, boils, erysipelas, or
salt rhenn, diseases of the lungs, kidneys, blad
der, womb, skin liver, stomach or bowels, either
chronic or constitutional, the virus is in the Blood
which suppliosthe waste and builds and repairs
these organs and wasted tisdues of the system.
If the blood is unhealthy, the process of repair
must be unsound.
The Sarsaparlilllan Resolvent
Not only is a oo npensatlng remedy, but secures
the harmonious 'stion of each of the organs. It
establishes throughout the entire system function
al harmony4and supplies the blood ves.
sels with a 'pure and healthy current of
new life. Tax Sant, after a few days' use
of the Sarsaparlillian, becomes clear and
beautiful. PinImpes, blotches, black spots and
skin eruptions are removed; sores and ulcers soon
cured. Persons'suffering from scrofula eruptive
diseases of the eyes, mouth ears. legs, throat and
glands, that have accumulated and spread, either
from unoured diseases or mercury, or from the
use of corrodive sublimate may rely upon a ire
if the Sarsaparlian is colinued a sufliclent time
to makb its impression on the system.
One bottle contains more of the active prinui.
ples of Medicines than any other Preparation.
Taken in teaspoonful doses, while others require
dve or six times as much.
One Dollar a Bottle.
R. R. R.
Radway's Ready Relief1
The 0heapeit and Beat 11edtIr9 ,1 for
Famll. Use lu the World.
In from one to twenty minutes never fails to
relieve Paln with one thorough application:
no matter how violent or excruciating the paw,
the Rheumatic, lied-ridden, Infirm, Crippled,
Nervous Neuralgic or prostrated with disease
may sufi'er, 1tAIWAY't3 READY RELIE' will
afford instant ease.
INFLAMMATION OF Til E KIDNEYS,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDEfR,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS,
CONGESTION OP THd LUNGIS,
BORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPIITiIERIA,
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CIIILLS,
CIIILBLAINS AND FROST lUTES,
BRUISES, LUMBAGI SCIATICA,
N ERVOUSNESS, SLEECPLESSN ESS,
COUGHS, COLDS, SPRtAINS,
PAINS IN THE CH EST, HACK
or LIM BS are instantly relieved.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEIt AND AGUlE cured for 50d cra. There is
pota rmedalagent in this world tihat wili cure
Fever anmdIAlgu, andi oilier Mialarious, Bilious
BcarletTyphoi Yellow and other fevers (aided
t' BAY' EFLSBso quickly as RADWAY'S
It will in a few momenti,, when taken internaiiy
accordlng to the directions cure Cramps Spsms
Sour Stomach, Heartburn, leik Hecadac hI)spep.
sin aipltation of the hieart, Cold Chill, Elysterics,
Paai in the Bowels. Diarrho a n eriIry, Colic
W~lid in the Bowels~ anid all n riial Pl'na.
Travelers should alway scarry a bottle of RAl)
WAY'S READY REI'. HF with them. A few
drops in water will prevent sickness or palris f roam
change owatr t is better than French Brandly
Mmci, ati umbersnen should always
R*A DW AY'S
Perfoot, Purgativo. Soothing. A neri.
enits, Aot without Pamn, ATwa~ys
Reliable and Natural
A VEGEjTABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweei
mpurge, regulate, purify, cleanse and strong
eRADwAY's Po.re for the cure of alt disorders of
the 8 omac., Live Bowels idneys Bladder,
Feal Cmlaints,ervotus ilass, ,oss of A *
petito, Headache Constipation, (opstiveness, Indi
esionDypeps,. Biliousness Fever, Inilamma.
on of e,wl,Piles, and al derangements of
the Internal Viacer. Prely vegetable, contain
in no mercury, midbrIn or deeterious drugs.
MObserve the following >yntoms resulting
from Diseases of the Digestiv Organs; Constip a.
tion, Inward Piles, Fulness of Bloo In the
Head, Acidit of the Stomach, Nausea Heartbura,
Dis a of co,Fullness or Weigh in the Sto.
maca, Sour Eructtions Siniting or Fluttering at
the Heart, Choking or uiffering Sensations when
Webs bfore te ..,. ever and dul Pain in the C
Head, Deficienc of Perspiration, Yellowness of
the Skin and Eye Pain in the Side, Chest,
Limbs and Sudde ilushes of Heat, Burning in
A few doses of RADiwAy's Pnms wii tree the
system from all the above-named disorders
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
Pries, 38 (Cent. leor Box.
REAu "FALSE AND TRUE~."
Send a letter stamp to RADWAY & CO., No. 811
Warren, Cor. Churc St., New York. q,
Wlformation worth thousandis will be senat
Be sure and ask for RIADwAY's, and see that the
.mame "RADwAY" [s on what von buy,
$5 to $20 Y da tnne apeworti,
Portland. Maine. freAdrs TNo Co.
ON NECEIPt OF 30c.
Piuget S.-ound ani, n trauirn it, nformato. .t
Uoor,mru t t It,iail ,. rie d sra,,an
-' .lo *J eati e. Wash. Ty,
rAlsT 110nIt, I)
ah rci~ iiisai,,.,et,t,Abo are tar
uto ift.TlH)MA H'.a,ia Ailvfr aoisa
Pofe ok s4arrat er. nao.em
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