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"' OAss OR COUr/IYATRD OROUND FOn
Pisas.-Nothing seems more surprising
than the rapid movement which seems
to have been ma'de the last fifteen to
twenty years in favor of growing pear
trees in grass. We well remember,
when the subject was fist mooted, what
a storm the suggestion made. It Was
looked on as the height of absurdity,
and those who recommended it were
thought to be lunatics of the most con.
:irmed description. We never took any
sides in this question until our own ex
perfence proved its value, and when we
have suocessful instances of pear oul
ture in grass, as we often had. We do
not deny that there are many good cul
tivators who have excellent success in
what is called clean culture of pear or
oliarde. Their error has been in regar
ding it as the one successful plan. As
we have said, it is rather remarkable
how great is the change the other way;
and we should not be surprised one of
these days to find the public running to
the opposite extreme, and insisting that
in grass only pears can be grown. We
are confident that the crops ar, more
regular, the fruit more perfect, and the
trees are better protected against blight
We do not, in fact, ever remember hav
ing a pear tl ee to die of blight-not that
we believe grass is a perfect protection,
only that such is the fact. The ground
is uniformly cooler grass than in culti
vated lane, and generallyis more moist,
and then, too, the roots are never die
turbed. We have lost several standard
and a number of dwarf trees by blight,
in fact, latterly not a year passes that
there iti not a diminution of our trees in
this way; while in grass nothing but old
age seems to cause them to succumb.
When we say that we have three trees
on our premises said to be full 150 years
old, in good bearing condition, one of
them apparently as good as ever it was,
we think there is good ground for our
LioHrEn 'xARNs AND STABILE,.-The
rule obst rved in ileiorly all nudern lion
sea, says ein exchange, is to make a
dwelling as light and cheerful as possi
ble. Men no longer put windows in
their houses two leet wide and three
feet high, with panes of glass. six by
eight inches in size. The rule now runs
im the other direction. They want all
the light they can get; the more the
better They have learned the value of
sunlight not only on the nliad, but also
on the health. People don't thrive in
cells from which da) light lias been ex
eluded. Even our larmors, who ore
sometimes slow to follow the fashions of
the hour,admit the correctness'ant pro
priet.y of this modern innovation. The
comfortable modern farm house resem
bles the statelier city mnaision in this re
spect. There are large windows on all
sides, and plenty of them. They leel
better in mind and body for them, and
would not do without theu. But here
nearly all farmiers seop. They recognize
the great benetite that, result from well
lighted dwellings, but when it comes to
btulding barns, they almost invariably
ignore this prieiplo. They want to
Jive in the hght themselves, but they
consign their horses and cattle to the
darkitess and obscurity which are char
aoteristie of our uht-la-hlionedi barns and
stables. Tre are no reasons for be
hovmng that domestic animals do not
enjoy Light quito as muceh as human be
have proven that cows give more anmi
better milk when changed from (lark
stables to light ones, and also that they
can be kept, in better coudition on less
food1. .It roturnedl to their lormer quar*
tera the flow oi milk shrinks atonee. is
a siroinger argumenut in tavor of lighted
stables needte&? Whlen the gases and
smells of 't stable combine with dark.
ness, the sight of horses is injured. Wim
dows that shiall admit fresh air as wvell
as light, are absolutely essential to their
general health. in nmly now barns
t,nesei requtisites are enaiefully observed.
Th'le anmmals seem to appreciate the
chl.ngetl t c<ndition of thilgs ats greatly
as hun.an beings would. Let the same
princilples we tapply in our houses be
appuied to b)ain s iind stables. If we
ziatint a bet ni ial, agreeable and desira
tble in our own i cases, have we not rea
su to thin k ii is tjluaby dtisirable to
the imilerior anmmals commnitted to our
Ml~ n. 1i. R. Liuwius, of Atco. Camden
ceniy, N. J., in ordter to test the mier
its 01 white Leghornai as market chicks,
used the Ply mouth Rock ats a comnpari
son. Mr. Lewis, in collecting his flock
of one dozen fowls, procured a cook of
lairge eize andI gr<at, vigor, while the
liens were selected not only for sizo but
for their laying qualitie salso,which is a
remiarkable trait with this breed. In
nearly all catses every egg in the sittinga
hatched. W~hen the onicks reached it
weceks el ago, lie weighotd ten of them,
chosen promiiscuiously, anti the weight
was 15j pounds, or a fraction over one
and a half pounds each. Tien Plymouth
Rocks of the samte age as the White
Leghorns weighed f ourteen lpoutnds, the
result of the compiri.on t)eiig a stur
priso. The experiment deninstrates
what may he tdone by careful selection
of the parent stock, as the Leghorns, as
a ola.'s, are much smaller than Ply.
TnE following is from the Oswego
lThus: 'Al tention having been calledt
to the recoid of remarkable cows,lteury
Lewis gives thet following im relation to
an animal owned by him. The cow is
18 years oltd, anid Mr. Leiwis has owned
her iour years. .Durii-g that time she
has been dry only six days, and at nea.r
as can be ascertaiined has been dry niot
to exceed three months since her first
calf. Foluowang is a statement of the
number 01 pounds of mtilk gilven in one
year: April, 700; Mayv, 931: June, 971;
July, 811; August, 856; Heptember 233;
October, .348,Novembetr 941; Decmi r
852; anuary, 810; February,8J 8; March,
877; total, 8768. H.ie has done betth r
sic unider more favorable circumistan
ces. She gave on an averege hadt wjn
ter 28 pounus of milk daily, anld now
gives 40 pounds without slop. Hecr milk
is very rich and will compare favorably
with the best Jerseys. She is native
A sENts1BLEm bUooEisTboN: "Let its try
to breed as many twenty.one pound
cows as is possible, with constiti'-ns
and digestion i that canu bear a severe
test, anti we will niot find it ntecessary
to continue the forcing process to get
superior yielts. We cannot expect and
do not want our road-horse to trot his
mile in 2 15 every day, but if he has
ehown that lhe can (10 it he fs pretty safe
to rely on for a 2.40 gait wlthonever we
call on him,"
HAviNo Ttnn.-Learn the cows tc
come to the bara night and mornuig by
simply baiting them with a handful oh
meal slightly seasoned with salt. This
will save time and leg muscen.
IT is a mistake to bleach an old en
graving with chloride of lime or oxaho
acid, or either of these chemicals singly.
The "old" appearance of an old engrav
ing is one of the things that it should
possess, and it is bad taste to attempt to
rejuvenate it to make it appear like a
new print. The only treatment that an
old engraving should receive is a care
ful washing in pure cold water. This,
if properly done, will remove from the
print all that ought to be removed
dirt, dust, fly-spooks and the like. To
do this properly, a piece of ordinary
mosquito-netting should be taken, large
enough to accommodate .the print, and
the ends stitched over to allow the in
sertion of a stick of wood (a section of
a broom-stick will answer), to serve ' as
a convenient holder. The print should
be laid flat on this, immersed in a bath
of clean water, and from time to time
moved to and fro under a gentle stream
of Water directed upon the soiled places.
The mosquito-netting will serve to sup
port the paper and prevent its tearing.
If left long enough in the water and
carefully handled in the manner de
scribed, the dirt, dust and specks will
be found to be effectually removed and
the print much improved in appearance.
if the paper is much defaced by yellow
ish or browbish spots- a characteristic
which is very common to old prints-it
may be advautagous to apply chloride
of lime carefully with a camel's hair
pencil to one spot after another, watch
ing its offect closely, and washing oil
immediately in a stream of water, and
thus pencil out the spots until the pa
per has a uniform tint, commencing at
the unimportant places to get into the
the right way of doing it, and working
cautiously up to the important parts.
A aoo deal has been said through
the papers about the healthfulness of
lemons. The latest advice is how to
use them so they wilt do the most good,
follown: Most people know the benefit
of lemonade before breakfast, but few
know that it is more than doubled by
taking another at night also. The way
to get the better of the bilhous system
without llue pills or quinine, is to take
the juice of one, two or three lomons,
as appetito craves, in as much ice water
as makes it ph asant to drink without
sugar, before going to bed. In the
morning, on rising, at leant a half hour
botore breakfast, take the juice of one
lemon in a goblet of water. This will
clear the system of humor and bile with
eilicacy, without any of the weakening
efots of calomel or congress water.
People should not irritate the stomach
by eating lemons clear, the powerful
acid of the juice, which is almost cor
rosive, invariably produces inflammation
alter a while, but properly deluted so
that it does its medical work without
harm, and, when the stomach is clear
of food, has abundant opportunity to
work over the system thoroughly, says
a medical authority.
OLD PUNC IiowLs.--Many of the
handsome old China punch bowls,
which wore the pride of our great grand.
mothers's ancestral bearti, are yet un
cracked or skilfully repaired. In them
were compounded sundry "posseta"
and whoys-let us hiope they ta'iedi as
good as5 the so)und imiplios,;by way of
a night-cap. It is a pity to relegate
those anticino bowls, "'where China's
ra low,to the secluio o a
corner cupboard, with the motly herd
of cups, pltes and pitceors, If you
are fortunate to possess an old punch
bowl, lill it with a pot-pourri of fragrant
rose loaves, and st it ohi a drawing
room mantel or steady corner table,
where it will breathe forth a perfume
of faaled sweets, an occupation worthy
of the bright flowers painted on its
T'ra&INEn TiA (cold) is good t.o cleaui
black mlk or lack cashmere, if very
dirty. Wash firat with potato water
(grated raw), amtl then clean off with
strained tea. Water ini which ammonia
has been dissolved is useful for cleaning
colored silks, or take benzmoe to remove
the worst stains, and then wvash off
with ammonia water. .ff the black silk
has becomo brown and shabby, soak in
ai decoetion of Iogwood, putting it in
while the mixture is hot. If the color
is faded from dlark silks, make a tea of
ivy leaves, and soak the piece in it.
Clean velvet with bread-crumb~s and
powdered Ft ench chalk, using a brush.
Raise the nap by steamning en the under
side and( holding the ilattened Spolt over
a heated iron.
Po'r Poun -Leaves of roses used( in
rooms before are useless, as are also
most of the nowv rosees; leaves of old
fashioned moss, cabbage, or damask
roses should be used. Rose leaves andt
lavender, before full bloom, to be mixed
with the following pounded spices; 4
ot. cloves, 2 os. cinnamon, t oz. mace,
t oz. allspice, two nutmegs, 2 oz. orris
root, i lb. bay salt, * lb. comimon snit.
Pat, in the bowvl a lay or of leaves, sprin
kle with salta and spices. then another
layer, and so on till the jir is full. Let
ia stand a day, then stir weoll daily for a
month with a wooden spoon,
lhiEAlFA5T M'Ii,Na (Oxiu o1" vna HASTY
Disuuis).-To 1 lb. of flour about half a
pint of sweet buttermilk, rather less
than halif a teaspoonful of carbonate of
soda anid a pincn or two of salt. Mix
the so. a and salt with the buttermilk,
rather less than half a. teaspoonful of
carbonate of soda and a pinch or two
of salt, Mix the soda and salt with the
buttermilk, ad:1 it to the flour, when 'it
should be a irmn paste. Roll itnto ia
smooth, round cake and bake it on the~
griddle, fioquently turning it to p)rovont
E':osG A LA Ti i.--Out half a dozen
onions in shices, let them fall in rings
and fry them In a very little butter,
without browining them, Take them
out and mix a spoonful of flour wvith the
butter mi the pan to make a paste, add
milk or broth to make a smooth, thicki
sauce. Put in thle onions and sten~
gently nutil tender. Slice in rings the
whites of some bard-boiled eggs, leaving
the yelks whole. Put the wvnites in the
sauce, and serve in a hot dish, garnish.
ed with the egg yolks._uncut,
Pz&ou butter as a delicate and( deli.
cious addition to any meal, isoil thti
peach hposings for an hour, hiaving
wiped the skmns with a clean cloth be.
fore removing from the peaches. Aftet
they have boiled an hour, skin out th<i
tough part which has not dissolved, anc
p)ut the peaches in the jitice that is left;
let them cook uintil soft, and sugar t<
suis the taste,
ONEi way to cook summier squash Ii
to cut it in slices about an inch thiele
and hell in salted water, using just- at
little as will answer. Whlen done drair
it well and without mashing; serye il
Tu passengers in the sleepwg-oal
had retired, some half hour since, and
were just going off into their 'first naps,
when the voice of a woman was . heard
above the noise of the cars and tb
rattle of the tempest. "How the wind
blows I" it exclaimed. Every passen.
ger heard the voice, gave a snort of
dissatisfaction and turned over. Jusi
is everybody had got half-asleep, agaii
came the plaint, "Ho ev the wind blowal
Again the snorts of displeasure were
heard, and again each passenger turned
over. All was quiet for perhaps teh
minutes.. Then a third time came the
monotonous remark, "How the wind
blows I" An elderly gentleman in one
of the centre berths stuck his head
through the drapery of his couch and
courteously romirked: "My dear mad.
am, we are all under great obligations
to you for your meteorological obser"
vations, but did you ever know of a
wind that didn't blow ?" A suppressed
canhiunation meandered through the
car, and then all was quiet.
A Good Friend to the Ohinese.
BA N FRANoIoJ.-onsul A. F. Bee, of
the O'Chinese Consulate Office, expresses
himself cletrly in saying that he, as well
as his family have suffered severely from
rheumatism and neuralgia, and that me.
dicines were used in vato. At last St.
Jacob's Oil was tried, which effected itn.
mediate cures in every case. The Consul
regards the Oil as the greatest pain curing
remedy In existnoe.
WITHOUT A OLEurYMAN: Teacher
"What do you understand by sineoure?'
Pupil-''Without a clergyman. A man
who holds a sinecure doesn't have to
help support the minister." The teacher
was sorry that he couldn't sentence his
bright pupil to instant death, sinecure,
that is to say without the benefit of the
After TIree Days.
Mr. CItAiuRss V. Monts, "Eagle" omoe, Pitts.
field, Maas., writes, May 25, 188: "For sevoral
months any wife's mother (Mrs. Amy Boyee) had
been In a very precarious condition with dropsy
or Bright's disease of the kidneys, and having
used all methods and measures for her restoration
Iu the line of treatment by our leading physicIans,
and huvmg failed to beneft her, her family do.
spaired of seeing her relieved, and gave her up to
die. Happening to run across the testimony
of a Mrs. Dawley, who had been cured of sinilar
sickness by using Hunt's Remedy, we at once pro.
cured a bottle of it, and commenced giving it as
directed. After using it three days she was so far
improved that one could get from her bed to het
chair without assistance (a circumstance that has
not happened for months). Previous to tating i
she was troubled more or less with short breath,
requiring a continuous fanning to keep her alive.
This gradually improv ed us we Continued the use
of hlunt's Remedy, and on the fourth bottle si
was able to set up all day. She was bloated terri.
bly tu both liinha and body upward to the lungs.
'I he tent It day the bloat Ing left her bowels, and
now she is not -wollen above tie knees. Her kid
neya were very had at the ite, dil-charges being
of a bloody character and emitting a slokenleg
odor. I ein tay that the change in her case has
been wonuderful, and lunt's Itemniedy has worked
a miracle In her."
"I'T is considered a disgrace for r
Iiindoo girl not to be married when
she is eleven or twelve years old." All
the dif'erence there is in the oustomf
of the Hindoos and the people of thi
counitry, is that the American girl is
given a little longer time, but at the
age of twenty-five or thirty she feels
the disgrace just as keenly as a Hindoc
(Gents, I feel very grateful to you for t,he
wondterful cures.' that have been performned
with Ely's Cream Batlm. I have hadl
(Iatarrh in its worst formn for the past 25
years andl have used every thing I could
hear of with only temnporary relief. I coin
metncedl using the Oret'n B tim atdti Icon
elder It the besL, thing I ever tried. I will
recommend It, to ovary one who is aflcted.
J. B. Kolsey., 82 Broad Street, New York
PRIO"E5SOit .BIAoKhC once chalked oil
his notico-boart in college: "The pro
fessor is unlable to meet is classes
to-morrow." A waggish student re.
mnoveid the c, leaving "lasses." Whert
the professor returned he noticed the
inew renderitng. Equal to the occaslot
the professor quietly rubbed out the 1,
and joined in the heart,y laughter of thi
rg ,'a I ,i l a il I' n p, ittar t' ag i rt. mf ti
11411 1 tutsab th - h:ir uti ii ilisin afth nit'lueioi. .Ai
t'ii t'E i ntioui a. or a t t Kr. ch1iiiY 1attait
tio'.. purity thtmo 2di cad re,t n hea ti. 'lho ci
stont'het. ,kii tn in atat adisases on tim
thareshmold. "St. nernard Ynget bld Pilla" have novei
teen equalled. All iruggist sili them.
"I D)ON'T see anything the mattel
with the poetry," argued the amateul
versltior; ' the rhymes aren't all firs1
olass, I'll admit that, but look at any o:
tibe old poets: they didn't always rhyme
exactly; what is the reason why they
abotlid be allowved to iirhyme, any
more than I?" "TIhe reason is found ai
their po.l4:y," was the sententious reply
of t1.10 cttitor.
hlorri, yes, It, Is, tuan we must suffer
fro'n disease, b)ut f roum heart Diseasec, ner
vonieness and sleeplessness, D)r. Graves
IIeart R'guulator wiii give you limmedlati
rehiof; thousande say so. $1. per boith
"Turs is a fine time of night to eome
hlome, and you just married," said Mrs
Davia indsgnantiy, looking at the elook
whichi had just tolled the midnuigh
hour. "My dear," replied her husband
ponderously, "I[ decline to be lnter
viewed oni the subject of polhties."
Don't Die in the house.
"Itouagh on itata." Ulears out rata,mnlce,roached
beduiitgs, iles,ant,moles.chlpmntaks,gophers. I6<
WVOULiD NO r STAY DowN: Oahuo think
he hats been poisoned aud has a dooto
called. After an examination the phy
siciatn orders him to take an emetie
"it is useless," replies Calino; "I1 hay
already taken them twice, and the~
didn't stay down five minutes."
EatsiiK COUNTY, VA.---Mr. James it. Micor
cers, says: "I have tasol Brown's Iron Bitter
antd fouand It valtuabile for the purpo4es which
ENOLISHi sooIAL NOTE: Some peep!
have such a pleasant way of put tin
things. "Now, do let me propose yoi
as a memoer." "But suppose the
balack-ball me?" ' ..jh I Absurd I Wh.y
my dlear fellow, there's not a man in th
club that knows you, even I"
Dr. Stites, Brooklyn, N. Y., was cured b
D)r. Ehnaoro's U Ihounaa lue-Ooutatllne of ver
severe ltheutuatismn ,.ud kidney disease<
several years' standing, atter trying every
tiing olse without beneoit.
Carboline, a naturat hair restorer an
dressing, as now improved and porfectec
is pronounced by competent authority t<
be the best article ever invented to restor<
the vitality of youth to diseased and fade
hair. ryv it. Rnold by all ,drugIsts.
IT was on the second day of the dog
show, and I had stopped to view the
graceful grey-hounds, mentally compar
ing the points of the hounds, when I
was awakened from my reverie by a
well-dressed lady nqing of her es
"Will, why do they call these here
dogs grey-hounds; they are not gray ?"
Her companion answered, with the
air of one who knew whereof he spoke:
"Oh I no; don't oher-don't cher
know, it's not the color of the dog; It's
the breed, don't oher know; they are
named after the poet Gray, don't oher
And hte smiled at her in a way that
showed his consciousness of his own
superiority in dog lore,
header, can you bolieve that the creator
affhicts one-third of mankind with a disease
for which there is no remedy? Dr. It. V.
Ploi ce's "Golden Medical Discovery" has
cured hundreds of cases of consumption,
and men are living to-day-healthy, robust
in n-whom physicians pronounced incura
ble, because one lung %:as almost gone.
Send two stamps for Dr. Pierce's pampblet
on Consumption and Kindred Affections.
Address WOnL D'S DItPENSARY MIDIOAL
ASSOCIATION, Buffalo, I$. Y.
A OHAP kissed his girl about forty
times right straight along, and *hen he
stopped the tears came into her eyes,
and she said in a sad tone of voice: "Ah.
John, I fear yon have ceased to love
me." "No, I haven't," replied John,
"but I must breathe."
Young or middle aged mon suffering
from no. vous debility, lo,s of memory, pre
mature old age, as the result of bad habits,
should send three stamps for Part VII of
Dlme Series pamphlets. Address WOULD's
DISPENSARY MEDIOAL AssooIATION,
"DEAl umn I" exclaimed Lucinda,
"what a tiresome talker that Dr. Jerker
Is I His long talks would tire anything!"
Wnereat her brother Tom who is a
wheelwright's apprentice, said: "I'd
like to see him talk long enough to tire
a wagon wheel 1"
Dr. Pierco's "Favorite Prescription" is
the debilitated woman's best restorative
LEoAL: A French investigator has
discovered that the character of a per
son's dream depends in a great measure
on which side the sleeper lies. The
dreams of a lawyer, then, who habitual
ly lies on both sides, must be very much
John Kuhn, of Lafayette, Iu.1., had a very nar
row est-ape from death. This Is his own story t
"One year ago I was in the last stages of Con
sumption. Our best physicians wave my case up.
I iaily got so low that our 4, ctor said I could not
live twenty-four hours. My irleads then pur
chased mc a bottle of Dr. Wn. Hall's Ba,lsau for
the Lungs. 1 am now in perfect health, having
used no other medicine.
Hem'y's Carb:lio Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Brulkes
Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Tetler, C:appetl
iland', Chiilbains, Corns saul all kinds of Skin
Eaition,, etc. Get floury-a Carbolic Salve, as
all others are but Imitations. Pricu 21 cents.
GRUMIHY-No young ladies now any
longer blush. In my young days they
did. Good child-Yes, but wasn't that
b)ecause you said things that made
On TIart,y Days' TrIal.
'Ibe Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
wi onu ur. usywn lOnunsmu nieVLro.
Voltaic Belts and Electric Appliances on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are afflicted with nervous debility,
lost vitality and kindred troubles, guaran
teeing speedy and complete restoration of
health and manly vigor.-Address as
above.-N. B.-No risk is incurred, as
thirty days' trial is allowed.
"On, what a lovely vase I It's antique,
is it not?'' "No, ma'amn, it's modern.,"
'-What a pity I It was so pretty I"
i'U7HERT AND) fl'ST ~oO-l.R oIL., from an.ccted
livers, on I ic so sh,'re, b,y 'aswell, lla?ard & Co.,
N. Y. Absollately puire is weet, l'atients whlo
have once taken It prefer It to all others. P'hysl
clanis uteolare it stup:rlor io all other oils.
UnAPPEDK HlANDS, fate, pimples anid rongh skin
eured by u"ing .Junip'er I ar 8oap, made by Cas
woll, liaxardl & Co., New York.
Tia ''Dude" cigar has made Its ap
pearance. The dlescriptioni ouce given
of a cigar will answer equally as well
for this: ''A roll of tobacco, with fire
at one end and a fool at the other."
Dr. Graves' lieart Rqgulator cures alt
forms of Uleart Dbease, nervousndas ard
Chbrohithion collars are made in different
styles, both standing and turn down. The
cuffs are reversllble.
In a recent Germain scientific work,
Dr. Otto Mohinike advanced a new ar
gument In favor of Darwinism. Small
pox is a disease kupposed to b)e conflned
to human beinas, but Dr. Mohinke had
a gib)bon (I.ytobates cauc,olor) in Borneo
which was infected through contact
with his olothes on roturning from a
hospital, and pas.sed through all the
stages of the disease, escaping, howev
er, with only a slight injury to one of
his eyes. _______
Ladies and cihilulren 's boots and shoxs
cannot run over if Lyon's Patent, Heel
Sitiffeners are used
Dr. Kline's Great, Nerve Restorer Is the
marvel of t:he ago for all nerve diseasee. Al]
ats SWDu re. SendS to 981 Arch Street'
Af a meeting of the academy of me
- dicine in Ireland, Dr. (J. A. Cameron
readJ a paper showing that a potent
caiuse of deaf-mutism is the marriage of
near blood relatives. It is indisputable
Sthat consanguiteouis marriages have
ever had a tendency to producea degen
s eracy of the race. Insanity Is not un.fre
quently the result of marriage between
(7atarrh of the llladder.
Stingngiritain inammatona all Kldner and
Urmr LoDlnts, cured by "Bueohu-Daiba.'* $1.
Ladies are partlcularl y reconmmeinded to
try GASTnINII for head ache, nausea, etc.
a It is a curious fact that wasps' nests
s ometimnes takeflre, as is supposed, by
a the chemical action of the wax upon the
y' material of which the nest is composed.
,Many of the fires of unkuown origin in
a hay stacks and farm buildings may thus
be accounted for.
A geood medoclnal tonic, with real merit, Is
Y Brown's iron mitters.
Mexict~o Is making a study of the cul
urofthe rubrplant. The hardi
nsofthe plant Is said to be snch that
i its culture is exceeiIng simple and In
expansive where the climate and soil
> 'ire suitable. In much of the Mexican
coast region the only expense is the
1 weeding reqgired when the plants aire
"A WBSTErN circus lhas introduced a
big monkey dressed up like a dude.
It didn't require much dressing to be
sure: but, all the same, it is a osse re
quiring the attention of tlie society for
the isrevention of cruelty to animals.
Monkeys have feelings.
Shaken with Uonvulsave Tremors,
Then parched with fever, then well nigh dissolved
in clammy sweat. Is not the repet ition of such a
course of horrors every few days enough to wrec
the strongest constitutlloh. Undoubtedly. Even
when suirerers from fever and ague and bilious
remittent succeed in overcoming those diseasos,
It takes long to repair their ravVos. That popu.
lar and e Ifteotive remedy for the malarial pest and
its standard preventive, Hostotter's Stomach Bit
t rs, not only eradicates it, but builds up a system
worn and enfeebid by its periodical attacks.. Nor
Is there a surer safeguard against iasinatio dis
eases thian tiis g(ni tlaregulat-r and onat. For
disorders of tho stoma h, liver aud bowels, organs
.as a rfle hurt.fully atrectod by imiuro water and
utnaccttoine+l diet it is a speedy and thorough
mneans of relief. It is equally to be depended upon
fy invalids who resort to it for its invigorating of.
fects and to remedy dyspepsia, rheumatic and
kidney troubles. It improves appetite as well as
tie ability to gratify It withotl subsequent di
TaE "spoils system" waq an old Ro
man institution, "Didn't Cassius say to
Mare Antony, when he wanted to lure
him into the party fold, "Your voice
shall he as strong an any man's in the
disposing of new dignities I"
"Rough on Corns."
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns.1" 1ll. Quick,
complete, permanent cure. Corns, warts, bunions.
"WHEN you are in Rome you must
do as Romans do," as the American
tramp said when he squatted on the
steps of a cathedral in the Eternal city
and held out his hat.
WARRRNTON. N. C. -Rev. J. E. C. Barham, says:
"I used Brown Iron Bitters. It is a complste re
sturative, tonic an] appetizer."
A SLANDEn: A wild woman has been
captured near Louisville. 'She had
probably read somewhore that the ice
cream crop was blighted.
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 Headache, Dystepsia Biliousness,
Torpid Liver, Loss of Appite, uua all diseases
arising from the
Liver, Stonuach, Bowela or
They remove all obstructions from the channels
of the system and purify the blood thereby im
parting health, strength and vigor. bold by drug
gists, or sent by mall for 25 cents in stamps by
P. NEUSTAEDTER & CO.,
83 Mercer St., New York,
Sole Man ifactu rers of ST. Bi RNAltD VEOE
send for circular.
CATArRH R HAY-FER.
M.y b olher Myron and my.
.rl: were both cured, to all ap
cel.G licaranco, of Catarrh and Hay.
"d 1 ever last July andt August. Up
sti s alo to 'h"dt e 28either haye
FEYER If d tuy returu o.f tlieo trou
APo R I ' ile. l'o Omai Bi.7t wi
ELY' i swtresan to n. eAtRa r
CREACiBAl. .4" * Ar *ilwespit
Une ualedforool n r tt tentri11 e~
UrSle A i. tc txi k i all~ig. of c attd
AI POEL1TON' a Co.,i ,iuF trt, walsh toin D, G.lyha
thre8rua.irs a .d restrc tesee
oE Y', Mruia Dtase Cat arrh~e. l.osstiia lof
Apeie temal cininlt, tradtu wll etined
diee.ttnegrait o odi e falls . A11 rgista tond ia
coggsuntry~ stOrpesnit?t. Uwtg. . Yeer
3Ro 2_0tk"aor t,rrntnd N.B
Irea freLeO&., LNINE BF tr . Janvimlo.wi. 0
DRS. J.r N.&. Bt1e. Hot, r,fBoESC.,
houldntr hestae toe cosut i. it. an5. B. HiO -
BESt o 206 NrathSeond suntret, Phiade
9 o A.Msow .M. n 6 (o Porta. PA
Adicer free. WhosoT1eve oi. knew hios.cn
nItrclptnof -con samp
Camph. Mi. N. th& etLiet Prio OB NS25cnt.
TFOEE AFYLIJI"ED Wh I,u EIET8o
OP ENION-flS.~A M ICIC'"iLo ATdO
shut ot hexir.i. to cosn,ltJ. Na ron J.II10
pian therma biaoy eron, Tdyuinghor
C "A I KSO INANU onLL',
FR E a1 tMor y'eo rto t"ti of
Postitivea reldy RaDAnd b mmungi
Piatiand lielikeau tints, a
tshesa cboe scutiny caanot
detect i s ice. lu sohly
Ring Marks under the eyes,
Sallowness Redness, Rough
ness, and tihe flush of fatigue
and excitement are at once
dispelled by thle Magnolia
It is the one Incomnparable
R TE GREAT
Rieumatism,? eUr81 ia Solatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache,ethache,
oreThnroat, e g al h -n ,IIurpeb
sND ALL OTiliER BODILY PAINS AND ACIIE.
odbilyDrugglaaeand Dealersory whore. Piftoentea bla
DIreotIons In It Lasuase.
THu U11AJRLES A. VOIJO1ILER Co.
eoosswr: a tU o) altsore. d.. U.S. A.
IF YOU ARE SICK.!
If ou are sick, HOP BIT'PEas will
sure aid Nature in making you well
again when all else fal.s.
If you are comparatively well, but
feel the neo.l of agrand ton and slim
ulant, never rest easy till you are made
a now being by the use of
If you are costive or dyspeptio, or are
suffering froti any other or tie nutner.
ous dis'ases of the stomach or bowels,
it Is your own fault it you renain ll,fur
are the sovereign retuedy ia all suck
If you are wasting away with any
form of Kidney disease stop tempting
Death this moment, a id turn for a
. HOP BITTERS.
It you are sick with that terrible
siektle.s Nervousness, you will Oud a
"'Balm in (lead" tu tile use of
If you are a frequenter, or a resident
of a mitematlo district, barricade your
systeIn agaiust the scourge of all cotu
ties-malarial, epidemic, bilous, and
intermittent fevers--by the use of
If you have rough, pimply, or sallow
skin, bad breath, pains and atces, and
feel miserable generally HOP MIT
'l'ERB will give you fair skin, rich
blood, the sweetest breath, health and
in short, they cure ALL Diseases of
the Stomach, Bowels, Blood, Liver,
Norves, Kidneys, &c., and
will be paid for a case they will not
cure or lielp, or for anything impure or
injurious found'n t. em.
' hat poor, tdridtden, invalid wife,
sister, mother, or daughter, can be
tnade >lhe It:iro of iuealth by a few
l.tt!og af Hop Bitters, ousting but a
Will you let them Suffer I
Cleanse, Purify and Enrioh
the Blood with
And you will have no sickness or suffering or
d clor's bills to p ty.
Inlsane Pergons Restored
for ulDAtx & Nanv DIsEASZS. O fw
Dgr for Nerve A fi.TAm:. Fits. " ., St.
LIL It tHelond & cta. bot leD.r .
yi vaorkt the paa.etossarnby con
um nii r eKlNi Arc t. for a er Pa.
AG NTSIWA NE and WU1RGEONS
A e M -a.- 0.1,, , A LYatl aoro
o to H $0 E can o faoy.a
f r cim an tr. t a T r@ i nOr reg
rHroos Harthr eutr and
W$ AT5 I-"*I* TO TAKEoUR;EW
Fan ork adt thi Moisi iya rcuty
anBers to th e weed. G'et the gosfo ur
Euver ackiTae. haa oue.r rame-sanrk
partiuas HUW ONER 0ed raser's Blt Av. L D
ELMLR T.NthE,qin DI,pato,
To e pra c iar t as of tfor acut l e i hrn t
le-seal clancsh isn ast ty optl want and
nrglli"oIvor"+selr.lLApp. ai a:
toRTuTitjopX Gaa assa e
Deas or yi Atree
duced. 88 ierLicnt. . NAtrI PJ . Co..a ,anor
PhnxPha il ure your sog. ram s es
liA cURE W31,AL at i fee pafo r
.ny oil e nc ie tws th logh eaha
aonth keystoe. Thu e enealelyaprove<o
upc mth k,eyrhvole arisbu.p thak ad
pereent masre , t hen evilthing hame
cas lthey.Ci plasedth.atisldi5
andit cmendar, by mthe fcrack. ge sto
aDeak in the polmbng or the oening
soe unpaced asour tandemngarde
.n We carnot aays. ee m'Laia
driv itsefiots. from orei sytems kidney
tim, inata ratas not a ghost ofd a cno
Isines Ymrrrtan a lu,. wo.a i
iEALTH IS WEALTHI
DR. RAD WAY'S
113 GOAT 31003 PUPiIIL
WWMW Q14 A youh
ra Mboa t sos.. maur s,
ladway's Sarsaparill Ian
bo pete w 4pr .e a'o
r as PNy, AS,s sd PUar
Nho asywaan eolthe
.b4 w e .tthhee X eerfloodm .
ei es r an m o e h o s es I N b t e l thy e tr f
wputhe a a arepa is
ra s te e s o the gdem.
a a s iNht e presses of repe
rho Sarsaparllllan Resolvent
nartws AO of ahB ofDNeYo,
therOaget te entiosyesoo.~
andswplle tan uloers .e.
o th+OAT, DIF F eIfr BEAeIN,
b, Th6rO anm .
Sd or merry, or from th,
s err ma, AU relp luon a
o ake lM ou yresioem the sstem
0.. betle eentalas more o[ the yet~ priEob
11so o Medltdme. thoua any other Prparatlon.
on in teoml does, while others require
tOa. Dollar a Hlotti.
R. R. R.
Radways Read y Relie
Rue C Mees uIN >see 3050 3dIoIm " i
Im free ens to twrat minutes mver falls to
relieve Pals with ons thorough applationi
to atte how violent er FrrucBatrngad
RegLLKUATIOn OP TiU lNlTS,
INFLA]OLATION 0 ' TU BLADDEB,
WLAMATIONi OP TU OWNS
CONBE$TION OP TU LUNGS,
DonE TUROAT, DIPIOUI/P' BREATHING,
PALPITATION 01 THU HEART,
YSBAIOB, OROUP, DIPHTHERIA,
0em auraB, AU aUdHILLS,
CHILBLIMS AND FROST BIT,
heIneralVIoeADt IN TH r CH mT nt.C
LrroS ar gaatl re0eed
not reedia agnt n thi wol thartblurn
ther ane Ah n ohr alrlous lousa.
Sb or~y6d elhDowv and the feer tah -
PI aSrs.q l a m Y Aow AY..S
laPalalo the Hea CodCi. IIerls
Pans LDth Bowls DarUGG,IDsTery
WYSREADY "RAT4EF witD TRem."fe
ebande of wter. tsi t RDA 0,N.
MfI'del. Lei Nm sul awaesen
Perectl tatrleyss, elgatl cote t ee
evi pre, reuate puif cleanse cacsng
RAthAcotton fotwthste fadigotheso
u the cac, andr 1oel1 idoes, Blfrom
romal omeplcte dr san, o kof
peli, edirctoeOut~un otvns,ii
>ut,hh Bwels Paie anit bae mondeo
ROWN Intrnse PITTey vegetaklecnain
fro Tisae of the Dgeat Oaisy medi
nloAidty of th Stomah, Nauea eatun