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ABoUr SWEE'T PEAs.-What is more
beautiful or more fragrant than the old.
fashioned bwoet Peas! How rarely we
soo them of late. It is true that the
same thing-the Intense summer heat
- which makes our season of "groon peas'
rather short, also intorferes with the I
sweet, pea. Those m ho would havo sweot
peas should plant them early, and plant "
them deep. Three inches of covering i
is none too much, and they should be f
put iW as early as the soil is in a condi- f
tion to work. Of course t hey must have 1
something to climb upon. Pea-brush, a
such ts is given to the ordinary garden p
peas, is perhaps the bost,but in the ab- 0
soneo of this, strings, wires,or whatever f,
will allow the plants to climb for about Li
thro foot must be provided. The old- I
fashioned Sweet Pea bas, in the hands w
of Europoan florists, given a numbor of at
fInO varieties, the names of which will CJ
) found in the catalogues of the seeds- c<
men, Some of theso have beautiil at
colors, but none are more fragrant than fi
the old niort. Hwoet peas are excellent IC
flowers for cutting, as they have long hi
sto.ms, and they rotnin their beauty for s
very many days. To havo siwot peas
at tiheir best, plant early and plant U
]Au PILAeER IN LA wNS.-ily "lawn" t
we mean any piceo of grass kept solely it
for ornamental purposes. It may be
mer-ly a front yard, or on largo places e
it m1jay incluido many aores. Thoro may a
irom some1 oause siow 11hin ainid poor a
places hero ai.d tliore. Theso may be c
niuded by sovoral methods. If the C
baro placLUes ar largo, the surfaco may
be worked over with i a sharp rake to
take out dead stems aid root4,anid then, 1
altar tert lizing,bo 1o u with grass seed
of a kind simitar to iiu rest of the lawi.
If the patches are small, the (ickent g)
way to wend tlieim is to ly turf. .u
.hiigland a method is in uso not only for n
rostoring bare placei Ini ata.habeil
lawns, but also hor starting new ones, f
onlled "inoilatig." The grouind be
ing woll prepared, bits of good turf C
(sods) about three inothes sinare are in- I
Lerted a loot, apart, (1Uh wILy, Tleso r<
will take rout am1(i sprotd s001n covering t
the whole snate. In making or nout
ing a lavn, recollect that the work is to p
last, ior years, and that a good supply
*of fertilzing inatorial will b a good in. I1
TH, profita o the farm aitro small at. w
best., bu1t cIrulil imanagetmet of the I
small itema of t.hie farm proetaL pro- ti
c)ptibly incleitNseH th101m. llow Iro3 you IP
managimg your litns, and are they N y
ing ]or their " winht-r kelp?" Are they
III ils conifcirtable pitai term, ant as caro
lly and inltd ligently provided for a14
your otfher tari-i t.iek? If thoy are, i
they dibiless exprolts-in t1ho egg bits
kut- - heir i pjp'etImation of sich learoid
you are satei-tied thail. "poultry iIayiA on
theo larml." If theoy aro not,, You 11reo1
ceitinly missing Ii Item of unilider
Lius lacked otit ary, (ar air-4laoktd,
so as t(b lie antid light, aind sprinled
I iely on squatisll, mlt-on and iuumit-iibor
vinos, has betn ftiil to be at protection
I roiu the stripe'd bug. 't'ho hug alway W58e
Ilie's ini its passalgo liromg on0 liciali 3' to t
another. . I it alights on te limetd sur
fae of the leaives it. does not like the r<
linie, amd if closely wat~cd will lie seon
to soon put out tov some tither lt.oality.
The lime shtould lie reniewotd its elton as ta
wraedt elf bty rain, tor ia 50oon ias notw I
growlIi thlqIres it. |1'
-- -- Itl
Saiii:e mnnre wuih suIw stiaw miixt'i i
witIh it, Is thit betst lthinig I tiver t ritd oiu |b
timn ns. Iput itI on as Ith as you caii | a
alfird ; Ithent keepi th weetis teut , but a,
dotn't ho o thle thrit. upI toiI te on ions,- |I
Sta thei stil ai iith as postsibtl. F~or | u
the may~.gots I triedI hioting inl wood j n
asheis tone yen r, andi it was a boeu-lit.. |a
Thet xt yearii I siwett woodt ntahiti be- |h
tore p.laning, and i ai xedi themi 1 put11 fi
Ilnti (:a hghIl.t sil) ialhes greatly inctrease |
the ctirop also. | n
M~u de~nitymeatn comzpiain t hat, their
'owls aile hernt inilt'rs. andt ask1 for ia l
reinte' . A e~iw gent'rithly ilks easier P
as shte grtius toldtr. Soulc rettinnuoiid I
I ii 1ne sharpenedt't tor k nitIt og-needle tor hi
pirob inig thle tet; but1 netoiing of thle ~
kuid abould be allowed, sinico sueli 1
I teatment't. miigt tendi to close the or-i--|
hiee' or even to piroduco iniliammation,
which would be serious. Agamn, a
leaky ttt might he the result. Iu thet
carel o1 a good cow, thie datirymnan cani
atordl tou spoun a few uoluenta more ini
iking; it a poir one,gtotting rid of her
i dised. I
they woldl haty bet Iter imiplemenitat and
bt tir cutivaion, iohe gatvo mrI
carieful attetmtn to the setad they uisedl,
they in ightt in~tcase their cropa fromi
t wtenty-ive I * lillty per cent. If they
colultd suitceedt ini pirtdneig as5 mliutil
weigh t Ireom an ai i mna1 at I we n t~ilIhree
y eni of atvi as w als tiirmerly a1re ,miplish. f
otd at tive and s x yetars old, hIrinvajg
mig~hItien madc its protiit ale as any eoth- 1.
or brancihl tof b uniness,.
1G.uin PUSlPt up yotir own lhuitelnts. (
(Onie t the.. very- hait Itor rheumiarismi is I
mtatde as followis: One pint spiriit.)4) of
turnii t, I iti onniie;1 t.imiphor, tw W 11I
iiuincts spiitt- of ammiiionia, antd oine a
unooil ot sassairas. One of the bost
i n m u sIo r w oun dis isn madt by u m oti nig
iad hail a pint sirits 'I Iturpentinie:it isI
iust thei thing itor aiiy wo uds on nuan orn
tieist, and t A i one' of the best remediohis
to alyI i >tmritlte fet.
A 1in0ua hu~is: Fouitir yeairs aigi my
barn wais teariuly inifestedt with rat-.
They were so nmuerous t hat I feared
hiaviing my wholeb crop tdestro~yetd by
t hem atler it wits housed; but, haiving ]
two ittl a et of niltd peppierinit thamt grew
in a loltd of wheat etit antd boundl with
the wheat, it drove the rats bromn lmy
premmles. I have niot beon trouled~t
with them ince, wihilo my1 itughibors
haetiI anly tiuantity tif them.
'.1 qi iuestio ir o: )t en asked, what is ai
gradte? A grade is a erosa uptin an ani
mai nott pure' broth. A puro bred animal
of one0 parb euarit biree'd ertiaed upon01 an
aimaiil of ainot hetr piaitticlar piiuro b rood
is not, at grade in t iie piroe senise of the
toriim; tuchI tp i ir g wouildl hie k niowni ias
'iTwo Autstraliin II levees tof woohl and
I to Amii'cani fllttees were' scoured last
suimmir. Th~e Atust ralianl scolured touri
aund a ha11f pioundtS. andit the Americatn
-tight andlt a hahltiiounda. The lorimer
was valhuetd at $.30, andlt the latter at
~mr~g culture in LIouisiana hias of late
botoo a tirivi ag inidusatry, and~t to-daty
promises anl abuntdast production,
A QUEEN OF THE STAGE.
'1er Second Love," and the Important
Secret She Reveals for the
Benelt of Women.
(New York World.)
Several years ago the American public
rere aroused by the entree upon the stage
f a little lady who had been previously
Ut little aKnnounced. She was one of an
umoerable number of aspirants for public
Ivor and had no instrumentality, aside
om her own talents,to cause recogkition.
i spite of this fact, however, she'quickly
3heved a warn place in the heart of the
ubhic which she has continued to hold
ier since. When it was alnnunced there
iro, #hat Miss Maude Grangor would star
to coning season in the play "11er d3econd
ovo," written by Mr. John A. Stevens, it
as only natural that unusual interest
iould be manifested not only in theatri
d circles, but in other branches of the
Inmunity. This was specially the case,
i t was known that Miss Granger had,
ir the past year, been in exceedingly del
ate health, andi the determination to star
a strong emotional play was the more
trprising. One of the staff of 'his paper
as accordingly deputized to re the pop
ar lady and verifythe rumor or announce
Miss Granger's countenance is famihar
nearly every one In the United States.
is a face once seen never to be forgotten.
eatures remarkable in their outline and
mtour are suriounted by a pair of large
id deep eyes indicative of the greatest
nil power. It is easy to see where Miss
ranger obtains the ability to portray
aracters of the most emotional nature.
IC possesses within hcrselt the elements
feeling without which no emotion can
conveyed to an audience. The man of
sws found the lady at her hone in this
ty and was accorded a quiet welcome.
was evident alt once that she was iII
-catly iiproved health, which the ex.
'Csio)n aid color of her countenance both,
"Is it true Mliss Granor that you con
nuplate a starring tour the conmimt season?'
"Yes, indeed. ly season begins in
lilcago oil tihe 1IIth of July. From there
go to Man Framcisco and then play the
iaiiter of the season through the eas
rn and western states."
"Are you confident your health will
3rnit such an undertaking?"
A ringing laugh wits the firrt reply to
as question, after which she 8aid:
''Certainly. It is true I have been ill
ir the past two years, but now I am
holly recovered. Few people can have
ty idea or the strain a conscieQ ntiolls lie.
eas undergoes in essaying an emotional
art. It is aecessary to put, ote's whole
)iii into the work in order to rightly por
ay the character. This necessitates an
tter ahanidonment, of one's personality
nd an assummption of the character por
-ayed. If this i.s ai emtiotionail part it is
Ecessary to /ii the saino eniotions the
art is muipposci to feel. ior more than a
ear I ac tially cried each night lin certain
aMssages of a paiLt I wa. pIayinug. The au
ienuce consideruet it art. 1'robably it was.
ut those were none I lie less real tears and
to ell'ect was none the less trying upon
"'i4tt do yoti atiticipiate nvoilriig this in
"Not ii the least. I expect to have just
agreat a Straini as5 before bhut with restor
.1 health andi a knuowlethie of how to re
"You speak of a 'knowledge of how to
tain hueahh .' Will you please exlain
'hat. yo1uitain bty thant'
"You must i:e awvare that women by
ieir very nat nres are sub~ject, to troubles
'id afillieticns utikiiowni to the sterner sex.
lie name of these troubles is legion, but
I whatever form they may come they are
en~k nesse's which inte r1 crc withoevery am
tion aiid hope inire. i believe thous
is of noble wvomeni are todiay suffering
tonies of wich even their biest friends
id relatives knowv little or nothing, and
lien I reflect upon it, I confess it mtakes
e sad. Now all this misery arises from
ignorance ofi thle laws of life or a neg
ret to carefuilly observe them. 1 speak
Out tile depths of a bitter experience iti
ying this, amt I am thainkful I know the
icans of restoration, and how to remain
"Please ex plain more fully."
"Well, 1 have found a renmedy which
emus specia.hy adapted for'this very pur
se. IL is l'ure and palatable and eon
ois tile hattli and lide as, I believe,noth
g else will. It is really invaluable and
all the womeui nm America we're to use
I iam ite sure iost oh thle antIlertuig and
asny deaths might be avoided."'
" W hat is this wonderfuli remedy?"
''Warner's Safe Cure."
"And you use it? 4
"Aiid hence believe you will be able to
o througth the coiming season suiccessfui
"'I ami quite certain of it."
"A fen~ ruestions inore, Miss (ranger.
Vili you please give iue a list of the parts
ou have created aund the plays you have
tken part in since your ilrat, appearance in
"'i first played tfor Romte tune with the
nateurs in New Yoirk and .trooklyn.
tien went to the U nion tSquaure theatre for
wo seaisons, after that to the llostoni Globe
'ir one season aiid then to hlooth's theatre
Sthis city. Next I supported .John Mc
'ulionugh and afterwards starred mi Jubhet,
aille, liosahnd, etc. Subseaquently I
reaited the part of Cacely lilaine in the
halley Slave andit also starred in Two
ights in Homuie, playing thle part of An
na. 'The past yeair I have neeni playing
the Planter's Wi Ie and the cominig sea
mi, as I have said, wdl be devoted to her
As the writer was returning home he
eli into a irainl of musig and wondleredh
f all the women in this land who are suf
erine could oniiy know Miss Granger's ex.
>erlencee and the remnarkabho results
ehmeved lby thle ptire remnedy' she need, how
nuich suflering might be avoided and how
inuchi happiness securedf.
A (Garniuosostiu NovRI-TV --.t is not
enorally known that the deah of the
halo is both nutritious aiid palatable.
arigo qluantitiea of it are eaten every
slhng seasont by the men engaged in
lie caiptuiro of t he fishi; but still larger
Ltuanitities5 are, of couirse, wasted. It
ecntly ec'uirred to a Norwegian a pee
ilator Ithat somet of the immiienso inasis
if food that is thus aninually thbrown
,way might bo preserved and prolitaibly
laed hor consumiphion on shore, Ile
natdo arruingementIs, thorefore, withI
everal whaling captamns and two mteat
>reserving firma, andl rcenitly he gave
tdiinner. at wlnhublh believes he de
nontstrauted that whale fleii mnay be
,ooked in at least a dor-eni dillerent
raysa, mind that1 it foirms a delicious a
rell as a whiolesoime atrtjelo of- dhot,
somei parts of the ish, we are told, sup
>iy maiterials for an echeat inintat ion
>f turtlo souph; (otihers resemleal beef;
mid still othert areo almost aa whiite and
inito as touder nas .ciickeii. The meat
aun lbe ,old for abut. half the price of
,linst ralian tinned beef.
,No lib eral inaniu wonud uniipute' a ebarge
11 iustueadiiess to anuothuer for havuinu
~hi~iigel hs ui'imuoig
OnoUsTADDs OF HIioKEN.-OUt the
crumb of a loaf of bread into slices
two inches thick, and then with a round
paste-outter. about two inches in diam
eter, out out of each slice as mauy pieces
as possible. With another paste-outter,
about one and a half inches in diameter,
make a mark on one side of each cylin
der of broad crumb. When all are
ready, fry them a golden color in very
hot lard. A deep frying-pan should be
used, and plenty of lard, so that the
croustades fairly swim in the fat. When
done, lay them on a sieve In front of
the fire to drain, and afterward remove
the cover (marked with the small paste
cutter) and with tho handle of a tea
spoon scoop out all the inside of each
croustado. Mince finely some remnants
of roast or boilod chicken, free from
skin, etc., and add an equal quantity of
ham or tonguo, as well as a quantity of
truillos or mushrooms, also finely
mliucied. Toss the whole in a saucepan
with a )io0 of butter, mixed with a
pinch of flour; add white popper, salt
and powdure( spico to tasto; moisten,
if necessary, witti a little white stook.
Stir in, oil the liro, the yolk of an ogg,
beaten up with the juice of half a lom
on; fill the croustados with this mince,
put a button mushroom on the top of
each, cover them with a shoot of oiled
Iiper, put them into the oven to got
tlhoroughly hot, and servo,
ie lita No Ohjection.
INDIANAIJLiS, IND.--The lion. Dauiel
W. Voorices, United States Senator from
this State, reinarks: "My opinion sir, I
havo no objectlion to giving. I suffered
front rheumatism of the back, used some
St. Jacobs Oil, which gave ie lostanta
neous relief and finally cured me complete
ly. I tink it a remarkably remedy, In
deed." Ils candid and courteous ex
preasion carries weight.
OERMAN 10T RoAST.-S0lcot a good
tender pioo of either beef or mutton,
veal and Pork cain also be nicely roasted
in the same way, place in your iron
sauce pan or pot one good tablespoonful
of lard, half as niuch butter and an
onion cut tino; let the onion fry to a
light brown and put in your meat after
having washed, driod and salted it.
Put the cover on and lot it stand until
it is pretty well browned, then add wa
tor, unless iii danger of burning. Add
only enough water from time to time to
keep it from burning, turn it frequently
so that it may brown on all aides. When
tender, it will como forth brown and
juicy. Just before serving see that
there is enough water in for gravy, or
if there is not you can take out the
roint., add enough, not too much, hot
waitetr and then pour it over the meat.
Ills Sonl's Advice.
I hve eent rubbt wrovor twelve years
Will i aw'htauks'Iol Ill' kiiltivN'y anti bltittiler
wichv theit-outors sati watstliabetes. I eoult(i
14ifl at tiiittlis s Ii )l vus al jtld Would Itvo to
ttontini 1841 t iatl use ie urinlt ho 41.thay atit[ iniglt
wjilt intttte pain s inl ilty back and sities
t here was briIk ilust.,ttjosigs inl lily water; I
cotili not, rest. well or li e.asily in ittl it any
postllre. I wast thy et t tinet tployeit th o
11:tiin eCt'; n trl k Rt aio ti , 11a 1 l hil ito geive ip
nttt orkt'rt Ia tant. lving i ho at it w tuhl soonerl
bit r t unI t'o ish 't a t tit aiig t'tl iseasea i
nitlei a t aity i t vi,t hI ~ilatt o I is t i it'wi
atoity est',e ttl\L't newo carrts lta
cante taine ha ndtboil thmitn satd
vit.'i. Wi c | itt're, oilltit'it' ithen wter.u
beadd to itpterte. uhai ofs painr pnemy
pt',e i lt ', gnrate numeas pilnch ofr'.
o wdered lsr, ati al, sall atity
ofeeral. bottt i'ont tht cnaios siwer l
gentl aa fe mianess tih kioive, n
bl Ierwee rtti, anitel iiaen ru~
nithtrn now, (t a t ui cat~ trnt attrrnm ton ty bui-e
('o ae iN -onsier it cooyiantinsur
simply, ant p ate sen ins toe sre or
ten btto othrfi this ovecni. v h
Ydtare ovlier hly iso that theol.
edigent wing it. nityt ob e ottnan of
t v.. Cut(i.\ a, l''ni ole Dalte0,
sl'ornitry with .\ainy tkena faroad
ovenOTy AutNg uAM.--Trin a drain
ity of. at thsailst nsefu carot) tohag
iatertilt'utdon., drtin o l'rthegate.
Melt anm tune or butedre inatsuropa
somet itela eneroinfu stak Slorpep
tor, ialt, gratedali nute, apich ofrg
eowdhefre ugarsn, andsmal qatem
ofinteam. puet inth ares dimmer
bueryafw uo and serveol~' lt, s
rontet n byV' gr'n etsor arogapo
Thetb1 she tused ith etturb o euti, nrotse
toend.Cbu.Crs, slcd ahn oaH tist skrea arp
lti's. Froelad Pbnke Thr lo is guarn
hato ai pcofterfestsato .a sieery cas wl-t
sure inu sittliceny' viarl toe cove allte
stardutatipo-rndoereit. rieuhot, .
(Auro' youar cnuciimros ftarh n pllfes
wtileo they nueou ynna.,lye i
atoeI tiN,--verthem wista saolt, sines
thbe ottom ove thon, ad theL
eghtsO te oeelihpy theade the
pscl th it fmbes. lae fo h
Tm representative of a telegraph
company went to the head of a big dry
goods establishment the other day to
ask permission to put wires over the
roof of their building. "No. air I" was
the curt refusal. "Why not ?" was
asked. "There are too many of your
blanked wires now. They have knock
ed all the profits off our summer trade
this year." "The telegraph wires have
affected the proilts of the dry goods
trade ? How is that possible?" "Why.
you see, we laid in an unusually large
stock of mosquito netting, and there it
is still in stock-haven't sold a yard.
Your blankety blank wires are so thick
all over the city now that a mosquito
can't get through, More wires? No,
sir, not this year. I'm consultmg my
lawyer new about suing the telegraph
companies for our losses on the mosqui
The lIetntiii of ilealth.
After a protracted unil exiausting liness, tile
return of hea Ii, though it nity be slow, dhis ttio
Minl with Joyouis aniticiations. nebitred from
every onjoyeut by disease, the palent grows de
spondent and forebodes evil. % flat a glorious
ciange conies witi thie tirst thrill of heatltii, what
plensaint thoughts of resuting I fo's active diuties
and parttoipattug in Its pleasure.4 ia order to
ilasten the return of vigor, tito grandi neeti of the
col valeacent, digest ion should be Stiulullited ield
assla1 ton Insured by the use of Hio.atetter's
Stotincit litters, a tonic containing only Ingredi
euits of stanta-d purily and long testeil I Icaoy.
Hesidps giviag an inpeti to returning health, It
allordis an atdeqluato defence againt- tie recur
rence of periodic levers, and suon foirms of inlia
ra a agie cake, and linib ugue. Constipation
dyapsia, liver complaint and the attacks of
hLeUmflatsim yield to Its b..nign influence, ant it Il
also an ailiilranlpe tean4 or duspelling the de-ponid
ency bre.i an-1 fostered by filigestioll aend ,10
physical symptoms that attend It,
JIM SNIVERLY had been absent from
Walla Walla for several years. He
returned not long since, and one of the
first men he met was Bill Tinkerson.
They had just taken a social drink
when Bill remarked, "Do you remem
ber S:lly Jane Benderley?' "That
great big, gawky, red-headed girl with
freckles as big as a dime all over her
nose?" "Yes-that's the gal." "Of
course I remember her. Nobody could
ever forget her. It is impossible to
duplicate a face like that. She had a
mouth like a catfish. What of her ?"
"Oh, nothing, except that she is my
wife, that's all." "Is that so ?" exclaim
ed Bill, a little confused; "then let me
congratulote you while we drink to
the health of Sally Jane. She may not
be handsome, but she'll make you a
good wife. Hore's to her."
'Wanenlt l-cat' stair ntestoror.
It is entirely dlitleret l oi nil otiers. It is
as cleuiar aater, ania itis unellit illlicafteH is
a perit 'egoiable liatir Resltrr. It will irn
lied intely reti th oa 1 'romi all tad ruil',re
store gray h1air to its nat iiral color, and pro
ducte a new groVt.lh where. if I:Is Ilien iot. It
does not in ally lumner allfe. tie liealt h,
which sulphur, sugar of leati ald Iitrato ot'
silver preparat ions haveedone. It will elitilgo
light or lded hair inka few diays io a beant ifu!
gilossy brown. Ask yourtlIiggist l'or it. Each
bottle is warranted. SI i-ii, Kii N. & C.
Wholesale Agents, Philadtelplhia, Pa. aId
C. .N. CUr'rNToN. New York.
"WHEN is the jur not it jar ?" said the
Newport dude and fox-hunter to the
bevy of young maidens who were drawn
around him by the sub~tle and irresisti
ble attraction of loaded money-bags.
Tihey all laughed of course, and the
dude looked greatly pleased. "Alh, it's
a good one, ladies," said he smiling.
'-Do tell it to us, Mr. Sangazure," asked
the brightest lookiug of the throng of
fair women. "When it is a door I" tri
umphantly exclaimed the young man.
Then there was a gale of merriment,
laistin~g Ior many minutes. Its extent
rather surp~rised the humorons young
lox-hnnter. Telling the story of his
success to a friend afterward, he said:
"I knew it was a1 good conundrum, but,
by d ove I I didn't think it wotld have
an oliet like that tupon the girls I"
There was a yoingt ian so well bred,
'That, the haIr wvould not, stay on his nead,
Bint the Carbolhine oil
Putt new hair on the soil,
And now with an heiress he's wed.
Ya~n.s ago, when D~avid Crockett was
a memiber of Congress and had returned
home at the close of the first session,
several of his neighbors gathered around
him one day amne a-'ked questions about
Washmngton. -What time do they dine
in the city ?" aaked one. "Common
pecople such as wve have here, dine at 1.
Trho big ones (ine at 3, we Representa
tives iat 4, the aristocracy and rienators
eat at-5.' "W~ell, whien does the Presi
dent lodder ?" "Old 'Hickory ?" ex
claimed the Colonei, "well, he don't
dine till next day."
"RIough oul Cornls."
Ask for wells' "iough on Corns." 150. Quick,
coolplee perinanent cure. Corns,warts. bunions.
TH'iEY tell a good story of Landlord
Roberts, who kept the tirst hotel at Bar
Harbor, aeo thirty years ago. He
woke tup one night by hearing some one
travel about the house andl lightlug a
candle fonnd one of his guests, in full
shirt dress, wvai~deimg through the
rooms. "WVhat do you wiant ?" sajid
Roberts "I want to find the hen pen,"
said the inan. "What in thunder do
you want of the hon pen at this hour
of night ?" asked Roberts. "Well,"
said the man, "you1 see I lost my pillow
somewhere and I wanted to get into
the hon 1)en and got a feather and make
vl'ie beat cure for thsat'ae, of the lierves, brlalh
aIt usue.s, iSla Brwn'$ iron Iters.
A sAi> AF'FAIR: "iou are a Very mar
tial people," observed ani English swell
at Newport to a golden dudie froltu the
mnetropolim'. "Yath," returned the lat
ter, "we licked the Britishn mtwo wahs."
"'I didn't allude to that," said the Brit
on, "but to an extperionoie I had last
winter in Georgia-." "Aw I" "1. went
hunting with a party of gentlemen.
There were ten besides my self. A fowl
lng pice exp'loded in the midst of us,
and--" "Uor,v)Il I.' "-and wounded
Ladies and miuro -t t boots and shoe
cannot run over If Lyon's Patent Heel
Btlffeners are used.
RaomE'rs: Miss OUnsnmgton (to young
widow whose husband has left, a large
fortu no) --'Th at is the fourteenth
mourning costume I have seen youi wear
in three (days and each lovelier and
more becoming than the other." Young
Widow-'"Oh, my dear, 1 have forty
but such a bother as they were to hamve
made!I At oue time I almost wished that
poor, dear George hadn't died I"
tnr. Kline's Groat Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of tale age for all nerve diseases. All
nts stoppedi tree. Mend to esi Arch street'
83tnnas oF wEA'iEnti; "Deoar lady,
please help an uniloztunate mia'n.I
ain't had no work at zhy trade since
last winter." "Poor ma'n I What is
vour~i trade?'' "Shieonn' anlow, mnum"
Oo'neuunptiori Uuo ed.
An old phyntclau, retired froiti practice, havilig
itad placed In his handis by an lIast Id.a niissuon
try the formula of a shple vegetablo reinedy for
lho peetly anti purinfuerst onr of Uonsmunption
Lronchitis, Catarrh, Astitina aud all thr ont anti
.ung Alfect otst, also a po Itivo and ra lital cure
for Nervous Debility and all Nervous Conp'aints,
atter naving Witeed 1i won lerftl curative piwors
In thousandi of cases, itati it lhis duty to uatke
it knowa to Iis silfering fell awn. Actuateit by this
ittive and a desire to re!lovo hatnat suffering. I
will enod free of ctiarge, t) aill who isktiro it, thii
recipe in Uertnan, Frenclt or Iaglili, withk fuil
dtI e.-tfons for p) eparing antd utIlg. bent by nail
by adhre,sing witit stainp, mlitii nx thih paper, W.
A. Novis, 149 Pouwr's btock, Roclielter, A. 1.
--------- - -- -.
M. Planchurid has discovered that cer
ain algwo have a power of reduciug sul.
,hates, which is not postessed by life
less organio matter. He considers that
;he deposits of metallio sulphides andot
r'ee sulphur probably owe their origin
'o similar microbia.
M rs. .1. 8. Littoll,N owark, N. J.,was badly
.fllicted with Brigit' kidney iiseasie. Three
loctorh gave her up to die, thenI Dr. Fraz~er,
U4 Now at rent ,gavc her Dr.Elniore's R.G. It
ulleved her in a day and cured her in weeks.
Cataurrh of theo Bladder.
StligintIrritation, Iallaimnation, all Kintiey and
Urinary aoiplaint8, cured by "lltctihu-palba.' $1.
A silent hiome li a dull place for
yotng people-a pktce fron which they
w'ill escape if they can.
The pIlls are warranted to be PUIELY vege.
tahle, free from all mineral anti other poisonous
subst ances. They are a certain cure for. Cousti
LUtion, Sick Headachle, Dysliopsia, Biltounness,
Torpid Liver, Losa of Appetite, and all diteases
arii ng fromn the
Liver, So14ael1, Dlowels or
Tbey retnovei all obstructions from the ohannets
of the systeitt antI purify tile blood, thereby Ilu
parting health, strength ald vigor. Hold by drug.
glato, or sent by inail fo- 25 centa in stamps by
P. NEUSTAEDTER & CO.,
83 Mercer St., New York,
Sole Man uf ti rers of ST. IIERNAILD VEUE.
Bend for circular.
i i ili I'
otht-nI in tb wureld etutt1, to it for tile
cure of Scrofta. liise, biull.'rctter, 01d SOres,
Sore Eyea. iereuriat Diseases. Catarrh. Ioss of
Appetite, Feui ale o i aints, atid a Ut1ed
diseases. It nver falls,. All druggista and
country store kleeers sell it. it. X. Seller,
A to., 'rs0t- ' ,t ittabliritlt, on every bottle.
CArA For twety years ih aufered
,Let't for.. ai t (A s. U1 ntve
U C IaOtt t ti r titn o coItpl its .
O00te ated (np -l f 111' ittles of
lystt..aamt Itilih etiti.uly cured
VERh m e o' N)* 1- ver or tell yeart'
4t:iiltig. liave ad no trace of
t tor two, veate- A t.saHTt A.
1It Ity SYffltt I - ro, N. Y.
. CtI-:AM 1iA NI. Will when-1 npuuled
b the l i wate int o staarrhii
HAY-FEVER It itliova litflasinutiin. jroteat
1141 E~I~4 3.5. hso stembsraiaal lil111K8 01 th')
A rosai'mV.. utlut! hbead fronte elds compltlhela
yLVS imrtaut c rott~~a~~ o
CREAM BALIM. a I51~Iba
Ulneq aiid for cold il i, hoidt Aucai t siene.
Rend for cituin r 60l censsl n 'atekage, by insail or at
drit. ELY B1(it ltl-15 weoa N. Y
ta. t r e .u rrngis lito
it hna OII.% an you soul u.
ST SOPPED FREE
e nane Persons Restofed
fsr at/BRAiN& NaRvB DaSRASas. On/y suerE
INF P LI if tien rscdree . Ie st afr
flrst day's us. Tresitise andi 5. trIal botie freette
Fi e <t.ntts e ayIng ettsh ge onla es
I-CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS.
UBe st nh u . Taon s wt
$5 to $20 Yd'a ienoaT "wor*h $6,r
A "ur" Cure'for "E pls r ds in 24hurs Free
PRDDD"H~llfoe) "Health Helper"
&IUKIL I erlectlIlealth. H.H.liox 10-4MfaNY
C OLICUAN flUNINEce CoLL~vu,Nware N.J. Torims
840. Positiona for gradusatets. Writo kaoriuarm
66t*n ur gontnaeus out
Camphor MIlk In the heat L~hisment. Price 25 cents.
FRE E ! l3/ R thi MA f-, fl decii
Dro. Cutting." D.W od aC. W ot, fin
Phonitix Petorai will curo rouar eough. Prico 26 ots.
aooeeantd he a, the Menab
andpre to he ~sweate an
. a wee a *sie n
W~hose Complexion betrays
slOme hlfumilhatinlg Imperfec1lC
tion, whose mirror tells you
that you are Tfanned, Sal low
and disfigured in counte
nance, or have Eruptions,
Redniess, ROut-hnless or umn
wholesome tin s of Comnpiex,
loln? We say use ilagan's Mftag
It is a delicate, lharmlfllSS
and delightful article, pro
dulcing the most nlatuiral and
entrancing tints, the artifiei
ality of which no observer
can detect, and which soon
becomes permanent if the
Mnolia Balm Is juinuly
VmwAnrix: "Pray, my good man,"
said a Judge to an Irishman, who was
a witness on a trial, "what did pass
between you and the prisoner?" "Oh,
then, plas your lordship," said Pat,
"sure I sees Vhelim atop of the wall.
*Paddy ' says he. 'What ?' says .
'Here I' says he. 'Where ?' says 1.
'Whinht I' says he. 'Hush I' says I.
And that's all, plase your lordship."
If you experience bad taste In mouth,
sallowness or yellow color of skit, fool
stupid and drowsy, appotito unsteady, fre
quont headache or dizziness, you are "bil
lous," and nothing vill arouse your liver
to action and strengthen up your system
equal to Dr. Pierco's "Golden Medical Dis
covery." By druggists.
A usFUzs voio: I'd give $500 for a
voice like yours," pleasantly remarked
a Chicago man to a middle-aged Boston
woman with a keen eye, a sallow visage
and a long jaw. A smile of grateful
vanity Illuminated her face at the im
plied compliment as she coquettishly
asked: "And what would you do with
it ?'' "I'd use it to frighten my wife's
mother away from the house," answered
the prairie-bred brute.
"Enjoy Your Life"
is good philosoly, but to do so you nust
have health. If bilious aud constipated, or
blood is out of order uso Dr. Pierce's
"Pleastnt Purgative iellets," which are
iilid, yet certain in their operation. of all
CONOLUsAVE PROOF: "What makes
you think your father was crazy at the
time of executing his last testament ?"
asked the Judge of a witness in a con
tested will ease. "Because," answered
the young man, promptly, "my father
was a dyed-in-the-wQol Democrat and
he was always talking about the neces
sity of running the 'old ticket' again."
A Donanza Mine.
of health is to be found in Dr. R. V. Pierce's
"Favorite Prescription," to the merits of
which as a reinoty for feinalo weakness
and kindired aireotions thousands testify.
PUBLIO SYMPATHY: 'issatisfied wife
"We oannot agree-we must part for
ever." Husband--"All right; but we
must not ventilate our sorrows through
'the press. Wife--"Ugh I what's the
use of the separation, then ?"
For 25 years I have been afflicted with
Catarrh so mucli that I have been coudued
to my room for two mouths at is tine. I
have tried a'l thte huibugs ever tried, in
hopes of tome re tef but to no success until
I met with an old friend who had used Ely's
Cressn 1altu and told me to try it. I pro
curett a bottle more to please him than
anything else, but from the Urst applica
tion I found relief. I know it to be the
best relief I have ever tried.--W. 0. Math
ews, Justice of the Peace, Shenandoah,
EDITO KU-TA-NO GiE: The Plutes call
the editor of the Arizona Advance Ku
ta-no-ge, which means The-man-who
lies-in-the-morning. Our red brother
saveys more every dqa*,;s it were.
'URKST AND IIHST Cto)-1.IV t Cii., froni seecteil
itvers, on i lite e .siore, by Iitsweil, liaZard & Co.,
N. Y. Aiuiotieyiv puro inl sweet, i'atitents who
haveyconce iakens IL profer It to atll ot~hers. i'hysi
eilins detclae it tiuperioir toi all other oils.
CHiAPRDg UANDS, face' pillpies end rough skin
t'nred 13ay singI Julliper Frar 5oapj, uiadebyC
well, laurd & Co., New York. byC
A FniEND of Eme, when told the other
day of the death of a well-known stock
dlealer, replied: "Why, he's worse off
than I am. I'm dead broke, but he's a
Fraiter Anri Grease.
One greasing lasts two weeks; all other. two
or three days. Do not be mposed on by the
humbug stuffs offered. A sk your dealer for Fra
zor's, with label on. dtaves your horse labor and
yon too. It received first modal at the~euten
nial and Paris Exposlitins. Sold every where.
'.'IMBALE DB SP&GoHE'PrI.-Break some
spaghetti into very short lengthle and
boil it thoroughly. Drain it before the
fire and add to it plenty of fresh butter
or a cup of strong, rich gravy; then
mix with it one or two beaten eggs, ac..
cording to quantity. When the macaro
ni is nearly cold, fill with it a plain
mould which had been prevlt usly but
tered and sprinkled with fine bread
crumbs Press the macaroni well (down,
leaving a hollow in the centre, in this
place a well flavored mimce of lamb,
poultry, or game; fiill up the mould
with more macaroni, pressing it down
compactly. Bake in a moderately quiet
oven, turn out and serve very hot.
Hardly ai newspapor printedi but speaks
of a sudden death by heart dilsease. Dr'.
Graves' Heart R~egulator would have cureti
It, strona'assertion; but many have said
they were taken from the grave by It. $1.
per bottle at druggists.
LuciA PUDDING. --One large cocoanut
grated and the milk; eight large Irish
potatoes boiled and mashed smooth;
three pints of milk; one nutmeg; one
gill of rum or brandy, a lump of butter
the size of an egg; one pound and a
quarter of engar; six eggs. Take the
whites of the eggs and half the sugar,
whip them up well and put on the top
of the pudding after it is done, return
ing it then to the oven to brown. Bake
about two hours.
Malaria, chills, posititvely cured by
lInmory's Standard Cure Pills. TIheir equal
uuk nown; ilugar coated; nto griplug, 25o
PUMPKIN jie may be made very pala
table by using one level spoonful of
twarnstarch instead of an egg in It. Care
shoukd be taken not to get too much
cornataich in it, as it will cause it to
Dr. Graves' Heart itegrilator cures all
forms of Heart Disease, nervousness and
AInON, MAss.-Dr. N. s. Rtuggles, says: "I
recoruinend Birown's iron Iliters as avalueod tonic
for enriching the blood0 anti removing all dyspee
tie Syulptorns, it does not hurt the teeth."
A PIzcE of Bine placed on the liye
coals in your stove will clean out the
stovepipe; the vapor produced' by the
zinc will carry off the soot by the chem
Rleasons~ Why Y
Peranse youv stomna1i is pot doing its
IBecaiuse' your liver is out of order, and
Because your blood is thin, and P-ecda
lBerause you are troubled with nervoui
Because you are vexed with langtuor a
All these Reasons Can be Set Aside by the
'/one up your enfeebled stomach, and
Refcresk your wearied liver and put iti
Enrich your watery blood, aiid give it
(Garn your worried nerves, and give tI
'g/reng/ hen your whole system and dri
Considering that any man who hi
(artggist a bottle of BROWN'S IRON B1'1
should continue to feel badly, just for 1
THE GRE tGEHMN
Rtelives and cur
mluliUhllnl SORE THROAT,
NPR ANNMN ,
Soreness, Ct:1s. Bruises,
ZI~~h FROSTBLTIIM, .
And all otlier bodily ahes
IIUl FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Fiold by all Uruf gists and
N- eir. Direct IUs In 11
tI The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
tIuccessors to A. VOOfsat a Co.)
., li, ........ ..inem Mioe d., U. 6. A,
SOMETiNG FOt EVICY110t0f.
Itead. Mlark and inwardly Digess.
If you havo nausea, watt of appetite, flatulency,
dizziness, leverish symnptoms, you are suffering
from costiveness, and 11op Bitters Is the Sure
If your vital forces are depressed, if you have a
feeling of general lssitude and weakness, are
easily fatigued, perspiro freely oil going to sleep,
are short of breath o1 every slight effort and have
a general feeling of jut liaictioly and depressiOn,
you are suffering from general debility and Hop
Bitters removes it all.
If you have a sense of weight or fullness in the
stoiach; a changea)le appetito soliintes vora
clous, but generally feeble; a miorold craving; low
spirIts after a full mleal, with severe pain for soute
time after eatitug, wind rising on tike stomach;
sour stonacii; vomiting anti fluttering at the pit
of the stomach, and a soreness over It; nusat;
headache, or some of these symptouis, you are
suffei lig from dyspepsla, and Hop Bitters will
permanently cure you.
If you freeze one hour, burn the next, and
sweat anothei; it you are suffering all the tortures
of the luquishilon, on niouient fearing you will
die, and the next f. aring you won't; if you have
bile nails ani lIps, y'liow eves ant ghost-lIke
conmpiexin, you are suffering frout that mlasniatio
curse, Bilious, Malariat Fever, or Ague, and HIop
Bitters will speedily cure you.
If you have a dry, harsh and yellow skin, a dull
pain in the right side, extending to the shoulder
blade and pit of the stonach; a tenderness over
the region of the liver; a sense of tightness and
uneasiness about the at mn.ch and liver; yellow
ness of the eyes; bowels irregular; a hacklug or
dry cough; irregular appetite; shortness of breath
tug; feet and hands cold; tongue coated white; a
disagreeable taste in the iouth; low spirits;
blotches on the face and neck; palpitation of the
heart; (isturbedi sleep; heartburn; laesitude-if you
have any of hee syInsptoms, you are suffering
irom Liver complaint, and Hlop Hitlers only will
If you have a complaint which few undersiand
and none will give you credit for-an enfeebled
condillion; a goneness throughout the whole sys
tem; I wilcling of t e lower liUbA, a desire to fly
all to piece., ant a fear thait you will; a Ltealdy loss
of strenghli ati tiialtl-isy of these symptons
show tuat you alie euffering front that hydra
headed disease, nervousreas4, aid lop Bitters will
effectually curo you.
I you have light's dis -ase of tie kidneys or
any other d sea e of the kidneys or urinari organis
llop flitlers is the only inedicitie on e irth tiat wilt
permiunently cure oti TrUat no other
In casqes thuit have been glion tip by thoir dhoo.
ora andi~ their fri.'nds; all hope gone, all efforts
o0 euro cioie, whmen sonme one that, had boog~
laved frotm nt itke into i;ones In or hears of their
~aso. and aysa: "You are' no worse thni I was.
11ut ilook att mo1 slow. II~lt' iHc iON ICY OF 11011.
UIIN NU id liIt., and It willi eur~o you toi."' Friends,
;over give' ul iunil y 3ii hrave ffhliy tried hALE'S
lION KY OF ltORtEffoUNI) ANiD TiAlt. Itlai sold
n bottles at io i'eiian aili $1. tihe ..L'itonts of the
atter being tiiinriy tri liilitat of the 50Cenjt bottle.
Re-min,'ero' the name - H AIIM lION KY OF?
HIOitEllOUNi) A N L TAlt---as there are count~erfeits /
JN. tOlti'i.'E.N'i'tON. No. I15~ Fuitin X, New York,
P'rolarli'lor-. Sild b~y Druggists and Medicetno
Dealers overy whero.
Pike's Ti'i ssichiii D'eopa Cure in 1 mInute.
German Corn Remover kills Corns and Bunions.
WfANTEIth -rLADlF. TO TAKR O5R NEW
Vt-ancy~ wuork at thiir homnos, In city or country.
,nd earn 86 to .1 alpor wiek, m-in goods ior our
alal ier 't'radoi. Hend 100C. Ir sanple and
Vart.iettlari. H UDSON MFG. CO.,366 Sixth Ave., N.Y,.
AGENTSyq "'g 'am miepr rent- >rat -sollum.e
~it gistor's i iiment. 'l'hn beat in: theo
1.orjid. Wrlto for psarticuliaes to F. iCEIi 1TElR Pro
piritor. :ti Houth 6th Xtront. P'hiladcluhla. Pa.
coiti-ilning 106 nlerea. Cotfort ib~le hiinie, l6x40, con
taininug 4 r.>nm. anid attae, aunt nec&'eiary outbuald ings.
Fruit of ill kini' Stock, erops. ai itiumimenta in,
iludm:l. l'riio. ,000tO. Aisw. FAltMl containing at
seros Iimpriover -i e.aisfortale hoses. 16xxid, and
ii.iessary oiitbiiiihfig. I i mynii nt to dioi church,
school. a -rea, mills, > ci -.ilen. Frit of al ki ntie.
Stolk, ('rip andt im i'iihaluet . lImhedd.ti P'rIce,SI,000.
Fai ori ther inlormatoapp 111to
LOU is M. C \Utht. ieiiiah,. bo; chester Co., Md.
4 "EL.MORE ' /I. IJ. is the quickest, pleasantlet,
livor, et m'ich, blisader and bioci
A diioi.,s. aimi,,nly roil curative eer
um rhnmatimgout, lumbago, sint.
want te. peurigi so liact ed hope.
less cann, Bright's diisnasao andii dy a ini ini : wunks- all
forms of rihaumiatic disorliers in 1 o12 weeiks-rielieV,4
litimmnatory in I dlay. Can refur to ihuudn dia of relia.
mise pai e cured who hmmd trid In enin everything elno.
urel laitanic, hm irmless, and uie' to lrin 4. Ask pout
dragis togetiit his idieiines iind to, us for it- take
"3-.nyejo.e .Adlamis& t'>..105Wiliama.,N.Y
98 Aot X.,Pli. a J ee rer st sfr re.
ply Wilbeathrin Ofeam t 2s ia sof each
ts Huse Fot is.ehdth til1t o~mr
It. LIN D RLOM AW. 0. M1i1,141t A CO.
I & 7 Oharnbeor of t6 BroadlWay
Comnierce. Uluicago, e isolk.
ORAIN AND PROVISION BROKERS.
New York,0 Ohoiu St. lot ari lwa nes n
We have exiislvohirivate tolegra ptwire between
hloago and New York. Will oxecn o0 orders on our
mntlent when requeitedl ind fir i ircultars eon.
rhai oparticuiars. RlOiT. LINDIH.OM & 00,.
DRS. J. N. & J. B. JIOBENSACK.
TH'IOSE AF1FIITl'D W 1I i'll H EcPtEiCTS
OF SBlF-~AliUSIC ANi) MEiIUUIALI'ZAIN.
should not hes~tiate to consult J. N. and J1. B. H10.
BENSACK, of 200 North tiecondistreol, Phihadel.
phia, either by mail or by person, during the hours
fromu 8 A, M. to 2 P. M., and 8 to 9 P'. M.
Advice free, Whosoever wotuld know his condi
tioni atnd the way to hom rove it shouldi read
"WISDOM IN A NU'1BITTIL"
Bent on receipt of 8-cent stamp.
7 A WEEK. $49adayatnoeestymade Oost1y
uttre. Address Tatux & O0.. Ausrusta. Me.
j-~ elligpiTora DBoks and ibee. rices asr
11 p58 er cent. NAIlONALI PuD. (3o. hiLa,. p
KIDDER'8 PATILLES am..ttwlas a.
au Feel Badlye
iron ji it.
I ache$ and( pa;ins,
UBe of Brown's IronBitrwihw
help it to digest.
ni splenidi~ Order.
a rlch red color.
Ciem restfutl peace.
m'e debility andl languor out.
Is a dollar may buy of the nearest
T ERS, thlere is Ho reason .Why people
hm fumn' ofit