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T= Banas.-Farmers wno have not
familiarized themselves with the breeds
of sheep should bear in mind that they
are behind the buyers, who can tell at
a few momentW examiuation pxactly
what kind of a sheep from which the
itool was sheared and its fituess for the
purpose for which it is desired. The
ayers ktow the breeds, the kind of
wool pectliar to each brood, and ill
about them, for it is "business." A
farmer would sneer at a carpenter who
professed to be a carpenter and yet who
could not do a piece of work in that
line; and yet we venture to say there are
hundreds of farmers who profess to be
farmers, and who would be insulted if
their knowledge of their business was
questioned, but who, at the same time,
cannot tell as much about the products
of the farm as many of those who know
nothing of farm life. There are hun.
dreds of farmers who are not able to
distinguish breeds .f sheep,and who do
not know the particular parposes for
which a breed is most sultable,and still
they pride themselves on their calling
as a business which they intend to make
profitable. If such jarmeris could but
be brought to a realisanon of the fact
that they are really deficient In knowl
edge, It would be to their interest to do
so. Bvery year we witness the ship
ment of the produots of the farm - to
market where the buyer fixes the grade
although he has had no experience on
the farm. Farmers, as a class, are not
business-like, for they rely too mucn
upon the judgment of others. It is not
intended to imply that they should not
seek the advice of others, but when the
farmer surrenders everythimg to hard
work, we insist that he should hegin to 4
educate himself in every possible way in
order to improve his ohanoies.
How To FEIiLIZI Ftuzr TiinE.
Here and there ou all itarms aud in moat
fruit gardens will be seen an occ.tsioial
tree or grape-vine, wiclnh seemt, to lack
vigor-does not grow Well, and yei
seems to have no partieutar di.eawe.
The piobablities are that the tree v, I
dying of starvation and .eola a liberal I
supply of food. When you give :t this
ratiol., do not pilo at load of manure
around the trunk of Hie tree or thu I
body of a grape-vine. Tils is just the
place where at will do the leatst good.
Nearet the trunk of the tree, the loots
are all harge. The 1lbrous roots-the
feeders, are furti (r oti near the e.ids Oi
the routi. Tuses oily cau take up thu
nutriment. it in always safe to abnue
that the roots extend as Jar irorn the
trunk in every direction as do tiue umbk,
of the tree, and to proper y fertilize,
spread the inuro aill uver thu area.
Then fork it in and you have done a
good work and (oe it well. If tome
disease has begun its work on the troe,
you will put the trte n a healthy, vig
orous condition, the Letter enabling it
to successfully contend jig tintt its 0ne.
mies. We have seen numerous old
pear and apple trees, bearin.g poir and
gnarled fruit, which the owners connid
of no value, but which such treatnt
as we have outlined aljove would restore
to their original usefulness.
OVEnLADEN 1'11UIT lnE-It isarule
in fruit oulturc that a ties should not
carry any greater weight, of fruit than
its branoiies can sustadin. Still, wvith
some rapidly sweliug fruits, peaches
and plume especially, however thor
oughly thinning may baie be d ne,it s
olten found aus the truit rila-U the~ iL
weight is too great and thle braenchen.
unless they are suippoited, willi breakh I
down with the load ot truit. Tfhe usual
method of supportmng over-laden fruiti
trees is to,piace long stakes, with a foi k I
at the top, beue.ith theni. A much bet.
ter and n-ore simple method or vfeeg
the purpose is suiggested by Dr. J. 1H.
Mease, ci Lebanon, P'a. , instead 0t
using several stakes, one to each prilu
ciptil branch, lhe places a single str ong
po0le against the truna of the tree. Thle
lower end of the plO, if desit ed, may
be sunk a lew ines iu the soil lotatd..
ditional support, but usually it wihi be
aufilcient to secure it to tue trunk by
means of straw banuds or Qtuer ties Ilhad
will hot banise the batik. TVhe pole bec
ing seciut, theo drooping bianchees ere
iehted~( by means of ties madoi fast to
it. Dr. Alttne states that tis int-tho I
of lying up/he branches or overloatted
trees is especially useful in storms, the
kuppoat b~eung mnoro central, cad more
natural than where teveral props are
IT is usnally (guite as weli to have
cows- calve in t'.he lall,particularly whcere
nuilk and butter arc more important cuan
the calf. With eusilage icediig,~ intor
will prove thin boat time for butter-mak-.
ing, and the Bilo nystemn will probably
be so slow in coming into general use
that the price of butter may be high
for many years to come, The worst
season of all to hiave a cow calva. is in
late spring or early summer. The first
flo~w of mulk then conies at a time when
it is least valueable, and costs mioio labor
and trouble ti make into butter.
FEEDINo HAY.- It 18 unqlutstionably
tine that a full teed of hay to horses,fo!
lowing the feeditg of concentrated
food, is wasteful, for the reason ttiat it
crowds the first out of the stotnach le..
fore proper digestion hats been acconi.
lpiishied. And so, in order to teaure the
best results, hay should be fed at first
and the cuoet ratedt food atter wardi
widh le~ives ii, to become digested wIth'
leo danger of berug clowded awaty yr
out of the perlormatnce ot its <tesired
THE hog is very bensitive to cohl, an
should be well sheltered when the nit
son becomes severe. He wil. try to
keep warm by burrowing into his littor,
and when hogs abre in large numwbara
they will crowd together or upom caae
other for the same purposie, Tis is iu.
lurious, as It is opposect to a supply oe
pure air. The samnejournial also remarhM
that potatoes should always be cooks
whlen fed to hiow.
IF you are ov'errun with your cit'y
cousins-and aunts, who 8o delighlt in
cuhtirf life, you know, and regret thiat
they have- no marms to rua for amuse..
nient anid pastime, just take thea to thie
fields and . kitonien and put them to
work. .it will shorten up their visiting
Ta promise of sorgbum as a sugar
produoiug plant is good. Jhcfore many
years unpruomuent nill inciese the pec
ceniage of sugar, and no dtoubt we will
be enabled to produce all we neod with
out buDyin~g foreign sug-rr,
'HE fruit growers have been very.
hibral-with each othier this ieason, af
ad the now farmeties of strawbiraibs
ll ave found friends, each growver -admit
tinag the exellence of those introddeedl
b j hia eoinetltrs.
KEDGERRE.-er kedgoree I require
equal quantities of fish and boiled rice.
For half a pc und of each take two hard
boiled eggs, one grain of cayenne pep
per, one tablespoonful of curry powder,
one-half tablespoonful of cream, two
ounces of butter and a little pepper and
salt; frst remove all the skin and bone
from the fish ; put it in a saucepan
with the butter, boiled rice, the whites
of the hard-boiled eggs chopped into
rough. pieces, the cream, curry powder,
3ayenne and a little pepper and salt ;
toss this over the fire until it gets yery
hot ; take it out and pile very high on
% hot dish, and smooth it nicely with a
knife, and over the top rub the yolks
through a sieve; garnish with a little
3noWN o QUAY PUDDING. -Two eggs,
'heir weight in flour and butter, the
wveight of one in sugar ; beat the but
er to a cream with the sugar ; add the
3ggs well beaten, stir in the flour, then
)tir in two tablespoonfuls of raspberry
am or jolly. Just before putting the
pudding into the mold beat half a tea
spoonful of carbonate of soda; boil or
iteam for an hour and three-quarters ;
"ave plenty of room for the pudding to
*is in the mold ; serve with wine or
iweet sauce. If preferred, put two
:ablespoonfuls of nice troaole or golden
lyrup, with half a teaspoonful of ground
linger, instead of the raspberry jam.
DROPPED sooNx.-To make dropped
gcones take one-half pound of flour,
mo-half ounce of sugar, a pinch of salt,
mne-half teaspoonful of carbonate of so
:a, one teaspoonful of cream of tartar
'nd one-thalf pint of milk. Mix the
1,ur, sugar andi salt in a bowl and then
nix in the soda and cream of tartar,
inving first made them very smooth on
t plate with a spoon ; add half a pint of
nilk, aid mix well together. Grease
it yriudle with a piece of suet done
ip iu at liece of paper, and drop on a
joonful of the mixturo. Turn when
)owi on one side. Butter quickly and
iervu very hot.
LoDsrm FRioAssEED. -Parboil two
noderato sizoa lobsters. Take out the
neat from the claws and tall, and cut
a pieces halt an inch square; put the
neat in a saucepan wita one inch of
alhicken broth, half a cup of cream, one
aiblespoonftl1 of butter, pepper and
ialt to tasto; cover the pan and stew
;tntly hulf an hour; remove from the
ire and stir n quickly the juice of half
lemon. Serve very hot, with crackers
lclieately toasted and buttered.
DLvONsEIRE UIKET.-W.trm a quart
f nIew mill, it must be rather more
1in lukU waIrm. Dissolve in it four or
Ive lumps of sugar, and turn it out in
o a glasea bowl. Stir in about three
able-spoonfulks of rennet, tasting it. dur
ag the timo, as it must on no account
invo any flavor of salt, which too much
enuet would givo ; add a little grated
auimeg, Leave it in a cool plice to
et, antd before serving the curd cooer
t all over with clotted cream, adding
alight gratiug of nutmeg at the top.
DLvOssuInR CLOTrED CREAM.-- Be
'ipe ats giv ni by a Curnish woman.
L'ako very r'io a milk and let it stand
wolve hours ,i a shallow pan. With -
ilt dliturumlig it place on a slow lire,
>enm; sure nmot t> let the milk boil; the
areami then thickens and must not be
tirred, but wvhen the form of the bct
em ot the paun is seen in firm cream on
he top, the pan must be taken off the
iro and loft to ocol for a (lay if pos
A RE TrY DI$U -From cold sweet
atoejs is made by turning a pint ci
hem shoo d inte a stow pan with a tea
peoalul of lemon juice, cayenne. nut
neg, a'alt, pepper and a drop of vine
ar ; poiur over a gill of cream, cover
he sanuoe-pan closely, and shake ovor
heu firo for ten minutes ; place the po
atoes on a hot dish, being careful niot
o b~reak the ali.'es ; these form a
etay garnish to peachted eggs, If
neam~i be not, haundy a little milk, thick
maedl by arrowvroot and butter, may be
Eo0 Au PrAr.---To prep~are egg an
plait y on roquire for each egg two table
spooufuls of brotad crumbs, one ounce
at butter and a little popper and salt,
l~iirst put a Layer of broad crumbs on a
LI iush, sprinlkle over it a little pep
per and sailt, add half the butter and
.Irop on the eggs. Cover them with
meo bread orumbs, a little pepper and
sait aind the rest of the butter, and p)ut
iu a quick oven for three minuteta.
Tnii fruit put up in tin cans shiould
310 t aken out when the can is opened
or use, If allowed to remain after the
nis opened the action of acid juices
.tponi the in when exposed to the air
nay form acetate of tin, wvhich is pois
mouts. Pour the fruit out into glaiss
,r eairthiouwaro dishes, and the dlanger
A 1oisoning is avoided,
\\ arrE MUFFINU --Doliosate whit, muiif,
las ar' muatte of 01no cup of sweet milk,
he weull-beateni whites of tw., egga, two
and a half cupse of flour, one heaping
eaispoon of baking piowder, a pice of
auittar the size of an egg. 1Rake in a
ALI., p~ori abould be twice cooked, or
at luaSt so long as to make its whole
someineea sure. A dishi of tenderloins
may be cut in thin slices ; stew them
an water till they are neairly dlone;
tue~n put a little dripping in ia sauce
pau, and fry them till light brown:
eervo tienm witt mashed p)otatOes and
rawi tomatoes shoced thin.
"Drets~o" in pastry.--In using
beet or mutton dIripping for pastry, an
excoalent p:an is to beat it to a cream,
wiithi a teaitpoonfutl of baiking powder
ani a squeeze of lemon ; this tatkes
away any suspicion of taste in pastry,
and niaaKes it laght and crisp.
Pruof. Locker, the E~nglishi astrono
mei~r,iiiiuks it. very probable that hunman
l ta the laneiit Mire is very mucth
like ithat on the~ earth. The light must
be less I. riaut. but the org'tts of sight
may be.. so innteh more susceptib~le as to
mamLc the vimonl quao as good, Tihe
heart is. probabhy not so groat, bult it is
by nao means loss in propor timn to the
lessened power of the sun's rays. This
observer agrees wita others in aflrmitug
stat eeral remarkable seas--ncluding
inalaa.d seaso, some of theoaflconzeoted by
stiaits with still larger seaa, ahd some
no t 50 conntl.ctd.-aire now definablo In
the sotternl iemasphero, in wh'uha,as is
the cave with tibe earth, the water area
see-ns to bai much greater than in the
"Say-say, Blobson," whispered Pop.
Injay, nudging his neighbor at the op.
era house the other night. "See that
young man, five rows ahead there, with
.the sealskin collar and cheoked ulster ?
He's a real nobleman, sir-fact come
down from Montreal. He's baron o
of-" Just then the young man turned
his placid asinine face and great vacant
eyeglass in the direction of the two wor
thy burghers. "Yes, yes-I understand
what you mean," assented Blobson.
"He's baron of intellect."
Tho lion. Billa FIhat.
[fe Henator of the Dominion Parliament,
Uelleville, Ontarlo, Canada, writes: "I
tried St. Jacob's Oil for ague in my face
and toothache. It acted like a charm. A
few times rubbing with it took away all
soreness and pain; far better than having
them drawn at the age of seventy-seven."
IT feels funny," satd Benediot to a
friend the other day; "it feels funny
to have a woman's arm In yours when
you haven't been used to anything of
the kind for a long time. I saw a
young lady relative to the cars last
evening, and when she put her arm in
mine the sweet recollections of by-gone
days were all revived."
"Ain't used to having a woman's arm
in yours, then" said the friend.
"Bless you, no," replied Benedict;
"I never walk out with any woman ex
cept my wife."
iluceo last October I have sufroredt from
acute inflammation In my nose and head
often in the night having to get ip and irA
lisle salt and water for rollef. My eye has
been, for a wcek at a time, so I could not
see. I have used no end of remedies, also
employed a doctor, who said It was impure
blood-I ut I got no help. 1 used Ely's
Cream Balm oa the recomnendation of a
friend. I was faithless, but to a few days
was cured. My nose now, and also ya
eye, is well. It is wondee f ul how quick
it helped me. Aits. GE. RIlE JuDs)N,
iiartford, Coun. (Easy ti) use. Priuc 150
I HOPE you will keep my name out of
the paper," said the prisoner looking
oyer the railing of the dock and ad
dressing the police reporter. "Keep
your name out of the paper ? "Why
should I keep your name out of the
paper ?" "I belong to the perfesh, you
know." "What I are you a reporter ?"
'Well, I am in the habit of taking
nots; in fact that, what I'm here
for.'' "Iere for taking notes ?" "Yes
-bank notes," and the prisoner re
sumed his seat in the dock with a
mourniul smile on his countenance.
A .itlo rain at rirst.
Years of torture afterward. Snch is the wretched
eXpt'rielcu of to') ma'ly rheumatic sufferers.
bligh. twitiges In the bones or mcles, attributed
ossibly to a cold Uinally declare themselves, by
their incicasitig lutensity, as evidencues of the
atrolotis malady. Bit why give it hea'lway.
Why not eradicate l'. at the star: wi:h tne potent
bland ieturent, ilostetter's .tontu:a Bitters, cin.
iniic:ieii liv pitsicia witri ecI t eip.samt for
ineutitatltin, as for dy1spe'sa, delility Wnit cot.
stiltilon, couuaihiltts for witida it is an bi:,ittte
"pei'le. Where initieai' antl alkaoid poison
fail, it, hitters will be toimnt to afrori tile rhei.
fiat t the Ie! lef Incy NO Oftel Seek iII va in. At.
tacked with this searching reitely at the otuset,
the ianalay rapidly gives groutnd, and tie anirerer
ex perienhces a cess:ation of paula, of whieh he hail
bef ore tespasredi. .atalarial fever asao anate rapid
iy tore ag its hnlinenuce, and disorders of ttle liver
atoinacha, bowels and kidneys are overcome and
"YoUn Sep1tember gas bill is $8,"
said the collector. "That's the best
y)ke I've heard in a long time." said
the rate-payer. "Why ?" "WeIl you
see, ini August I hlad siokness ii
the family, and we burned gaa all
night, and the bill was only $4. In
September my family was up in the
country, the honse was closed up and
the bill is $8. Good joke, isn't it ?" and
the citizsan had a fresh fit of laughter.
'Yest," said the collector, "it's a good
joke, but who's it on ?" "Ohi, I sup
pose it's on me, but I don't mind $4
for the sake of a joke."
An. old physician, retired fh-om praulice, having
hadl paaed in his bandls by an Erast iadia tuis-n
ary the formula of a simaple vegetable remedy lor
the speedy anid perinanent cure of Consumap ion
lironachitis, Catarrh, Autiiama and all thuroja and
h~un g Atrection', also a pot ive and rarlical cure
for NJervous Debility auad all Nervous Complaints,
after naving tested Its wonderfud curative powers
in throusands of case, lha iel, it his duty to make
it known to his suffering feliowa. Actuated by thin
motitve and a desire to re:ieve hauman asufforing, I
wilt send free of citarge, to all who desire it, this
recipe, in Germanw, Frenet or English, withi fuil
direcions for pueparing and using, sent by mail
by adelre~sazig witti stamp, namu.n~t thi paper, wi.
A. Nlovurs, 149 wer's doek, iocaces.ter, .\. ..
MaR Isaaes, oxguse me, but how tid
you get dose vilit glodinga ?" "Vrom
decr raiiltronat, Mi. Kupfienimier." '"Der
railtroat '?" "Yas, Mr. Kupfenlheimer ;
my 1 etlo Penohami:1i, he vas gilt in der
Coney Island grusha doe months ago,
and so I sents my mocder-in-law down
by ter Long 181 and chain effery day,
untd last veek she vas smash tup in der
gollision, Der policy bays, Mr. Kup.
Walnut ta lfuaar ltets~orr.
It is ettrollif fi'-rein t romn all others. It is
as clear as water, and as. ts narno indicates Is
a perfect Vegetable rl air Restorer. It will im
mediaateiy free thet headl fromtu all dandruf',re
atore gray hair to its isatuaral color, andi ,ro
d uce a new growth whetret it ha-s falien ont. It
does not In ainy mnaan'r affect the health,
whitchsaulphaur, suagar of lead and nitrate ol
aliver prepuarationas hav'edone. It will change
lIghteorfadedbhairin afew daysion beautih
glossybrown. Askc your druggist for it. Each
btleswaranted. 8m lrit, K inE & Co
Wholesale Agenxts, Phiiladelp~hia, Pa. and
0. N. OITTNTON, New York.
" WaLT, air, wvhere do you work. Bam
uel ?" inquired a Chicago jud ze of a
colored prisoner, yesterday. "I work
In a bank, salh." "W~hat uder the aun
is your poritlon in a bank ?" "I'se a
teller, sah." "What bank is thin you
speak of, and what are your duties as
teller ?" "It's Al Itankin's ferry bank
an' Itell the gam'iers that they can fine
any sort o' game they's spihn'fur, sal,"
Quick, compt'.e onre, all anying Kidney,
Bladder and lar'naary Dass. ia $l:rnggtata.
"Conme, Johnny, you mutsa t swallow
the seed in the pears you eat." "Why,
mother ?' "B~eause tney are injurious.
They might sprout and grow in your
stomach." '(bod golly I Ia that all ?
Oh that would be bully fun I Wouldn't
it make the fellers laugh to see me go.
In' around with a whole lot of little
perar trees growin' out all 'round my
body I How long will it take 'em to
sprout, mother ?''
Ladies and chlren 's boots and slhees
cannot run over if Lyon's P'atent Heel
Stitleners are used.
Dr. Kline's (ireat riervo Restorer ls thme
nyarvei of tihe age for all nerve diseases. Al1
lits sppd free. Send to 961 Arch street'
~-T9as lip $$,900,999 in ihex treas
"Good moruing I Is Mr. Black in ?"
"No, sah ; aWell., is Mrs. black in ?"
"Datl depends sah.. What dos ye wait
wid her ?" "Why here's a milk biU of
982 I'd like her to settle." "She am
not in, sah." But I know she is in."
''-an't help it, sah. De orders am dat
she am never in fur milk bils'and meat
bills, and sich. Good mornin'; I has
to go; she am calhn' me."
Great Improvements have recently been
made in Carboline, a deodorized extract of
petroleum, the great natural hair renewer,
and now It Is absolutely perfect as an ex.
quisite and deliihtftully perfumed hair
cressing and restorer. Everybody is de.
lighted with it. Sold by all druggists.
AN English oritio says that Ameri.
cans are fretful. Bless you no, Go
into a public hall or conveyance and
see the fretful, nervous, loooking-for
their-rights people, and nine in ten
will be Englishmen, The only time in
ten years when we were on pins and
needles was when Herbert Spencer
could not sleep for winking.
Fraser Axle Grease.
One grea'ing lasts two weeksI all others two
or three days. Do not be imposed on by the
humbug stuffs offered. Ask your dealer for Fra
zer's, wth label on. Saves your horse labor and
you too. It reoeived firat modal at the Conton
nial and Paris Expositions. Sold overywhere
A Knw Jersey school teacher has gone
insane. It Is supposed he was trying
to make the children understand that in
traveling acrossa the continent the dif
ferent States could not be distinguised
by their colors, as they can on the
Numerous are the cures of Heart Li enase
from using Dr. caves' Heart Regulator.
-London has 3d. ballad concerts, un
der the patronage of the Duke of West.
Too, Too Bitterly
Nonsengical the bi1eA that mo l-rn qua-skery knew
iter.- ot vegetrbie remedies l .u theirdiscoverera.
S(. flerunrd's Vegetable /1l1s are perhaps the old.
est and miost famous in the wo Id andi have been
used by Pope and pagaan, knight and ildy, prince
and peasant, priest and laymnian for 20 centuries.
Tae celebrated monks of St. Bernard mrely
brought them Into popular use. The formula was
known to Galen mnd the uses of the remedies to
the lirahnan's of [ndia.
All druggists sell them.
-By a recent decision of the Supreme
a ton of coal is 2,240 and not 2,000
M.J. E. Harvey,1410 Brilgre St., Brooklyn,
says: "I have no itore drem:t ot inlautimta
tory rhenunatismn since Dr. El more's Rien
uatine-Goutaline brought ine out of the
terriblo condition I was in last year."
-The admission of women to the
University of Louisiaina is being agita
"Rough on Corns .
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corng." 16(. Quick
rellet; complete care. Corns, warts, bunions.
-There are over 200,000 children in
Alabania who do not -Attend school.
Malaria, chills, positively cured by
Emory's S'andard Cure Pills. rl heir cquial
unknown: sugar contad; no griping, 26c.
--They are boring hundreds of arte
sian wells in Montana.
& child that wakes with croup should
have a dose o Pso aCure.
--Denver will put up $1,250,000 wor2th
of new building in the next year.
For burns, scalds, bruises, chapped hands,
sores or piles, use St. Patrick's Salve.
AUNT Lindy-"Fo' de life o' me,
chile, I can't magin' why you're so lit
tie." Winnie-"Whaid a 'dicklus ques
tion I I was bo'n little ; dat's why."
The p ills are warranted to be PURELY vege
table, re from alt mineral andl oter poisonous
sub'stances. Thtey are a certain estre for Consti
pation, Sich Headache, Dysp'epsia Biliousness,
Torpid Liver, Loss of AppetIte, and all diseases
arlsing from the
Liver, Stomnach, Bowels or
They remove all ebstructions from -the channels
of Uhe ayas an. purify tihe blsood, thereby Imn
parsing health, strengibhand viger. cold by drug.
guuts, or set by mtai for 2S cents in stamups by
P. NE'USTA EDTER & ('0.,
83 Mercer St., New York,
sole an nf ectrersof sT. BERNARD VEOSE.
Bend for circular.
THE PUREST' AND BEST
lesmediy ever Mlado --It Is Comp jountied
fTrn Mlops, Malt, Buelaua, Man.
draske, anid Dandelion.
The oldest, best, most reniowned and valttable
medicine in the world, and :n addtIon it contains
all the best andi most etfective cutrative properties
of aii other remedies, be:ug tite greatest ilvor
regulator, blood puriller, and iife and halath re
storing aigent oni earth.
It gives noew Iiq and vigor to the aged and infirm.
To clergy men, lawyers, literary muen, ,adies, and
ali in whom sedentary employments cause srregti
liurities of t he iloodt, Stomach, llowels, or Kidineys
or who require an alilpetizer, iouic, anit miaid stimn
ianm, it is invaiiumwe, being highly caristive, tonic
anti stimnitluting, ithout betag mtsoxicatoisg.
No matter what your f eelings or symptoms are,
or what the disese or alimtefnt Is, use sop hitters.
Dion't wait uzntii you are sick, but If you only feel
badior ruuwrable use the bitters at once. It ay
save your ile. llunilredls have been saved by so
doing, at a moderate oost. AsK your dirugguit, or
physician,. Do not cutler yourseif or st your
friendta su~er, but use and urge them to use 1lop
Ii you have latmeness in the loins, with frequent
pains anti aches; numbness of the thigh; mcanty,
painful and frequent discharge of wrine, silted
with pus, and which will turn red by stanidlwg a
voraelions appetite and unquenchabie tbirst; harsh
and dlry akin; clammy tongue, of ten darkiy furred,
swollen and inflamed gems; dropaical aweling Of
the limbs; freqnt attacks of hiccough; inability
to void tite urine, and great fatigue in attemapting
i~-you are suffering from some form of Kidney
or Uriniary Complaint, such as Iiatoll's DissAss
of the kidneys, stwne or inadammation of the bind
der, graves andi resiat calculi, diaebetes, stranguary
atrkcture anld retention of itse urine, and hlop lilt
tera is the only remedy thiat will permanently cure
itemnember, hlop Bitters is no vile, drugged,
drunken nostrumu, but the pureat and best medi
cine ever wnade, and no person or family shouild
be without it.
D~ou't risk any of the highly launded stuff with
testimonlals of great cures, but asic your neighbor,
druggist, pastor or physicians what il0p Bitters
hast anid can do for vou and teat it.
Phcvnts Peotoral. will eure your connn. Pie 9i5 ets.
. En% f e'uie t 1"ou t
R is upon record that the 'coffin of
Queen Katharine Parr was beveral timear
opened, and that upon thelast occasion
it was discovered that a wreath of ivy
had entwined itself round about the
royal temples, it being supposeu, that at
some previous exhumation a berry must
have fallen upon the corpse and taken
root, silently day by day and night by
night weaving itself into this green se
pulohral coronal. A look of hair taken
from her head after it had lain for two
centuries in the dust and darkness of
the grave was found to be exquisite in
quality and color, exactly resembluig in
use threads of burnished gold.
"With Grateful veelings."
Dr. PIERCE, Buffalo, N. Y.: Dear Sir
Your "Goleu Medical Discovery" and
"Purgative Pellets" have cured- my daugh
ter of Scrofulous Swellings and Opon Sores
about the Neok: and your "Favorite Pro
scription" has accomplished wonders in re.
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ed-fast for eight months from Female
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Yours truly, T. Hi. LONG,
AfMis Gordon Cumimng describes, in
her latest book of travels, a silky, fila.
mentous substance of a rich olive-green
or yellowish-brown color, glossy, but
very brittle to handle, which is found
chiefly in the crater of Kilauea, the Ha
waiian Volcano. It, is called "Pole's
Hair" (the volcano teing regarded as
the personification of the fire-goddess
Pele),and is a product of vitreous lavas,
fornied either by the wind catching the
fiery spray thrown up from the crater,
or by the action of escaping vapors
within the lava itself. The second
theory Is strengthened by the fact that
a similar pr(duet is obtained at iron
"Golden Medical Discovery" Is war
rauted to olean.e th- blod froum all impuri
ies, from whatever cause arising. For
Serfula, Sores of all kinds, Skin and Blood
Diseases, i ofleurs aie marvelous. Thou
sands of Testioimials troin all parts. Send
stanup t r pamnphlet on 8atin Di.ea;es. Ad
drt'ss4 WoaI,) S L)ISPENSARY ilt JOAL
ASSOCIATION. Bulfio. N. Y.
It is reported in Engineering that
Lauriston house, Bromley, England,the
residence of Mr. Swan, the inventor, is
lighted thr. ughout with electricity in a
moat complete manner. Every room
and closet within the honse, to the very
coal cellar, can be lighted at will. It
a person w shes to enter a bedroom,
for instance. the n ovemwent of ia switch
illuminates it be ore he opens the door,
and then when he cometi out he can as
easily make the reom dark again. The
tittings, from those of the gate lanps
to those of the drawing room, are
nost elaborato and artistically de
"a air Giri taaumtes,"
whose sedetitary lives increlvse those tron
ble pecu'ar to wonen, should use Dr.
Pierce's "Favorite Prescription," which is
an unfailiug remedy. Sold by druggists.
The French gun factory at Fives
Lille has just fininhed a cannon which
presents soime peculiarities of propor
tion and shape; but whose chief nov lty
is a compact wrapping of fine wire ar
ranged around it us tightly as possible
by a machine constructed expressly for
the purpose. The gun is evidently
built'after the Longridge type, and at
various times descriptions have been
given of it. TIhe preliminary tests have
shown that the resisting strength of
the gun metal is more largely increased
by this device than it would be by an
equal weight of similar metal cast with
the tube itself.
Tlhey gratefully testify to tihe virtues ot
Dr. G.raivet Heart Rtegulaitor for Iikarl
Disease. Price $1. 63 for $5.
A forergn contemporary describes an
anti-corrosion paint for iron. It states
that if 10 per cent, of burned magnesia,
or even of baryta or strontia, is mixed
cold with ordimary liuseed-oil paint, and
then enough of mineral oil to develop
the alkahina eartn, the free acid of the
paint will be neutralized, while the iron
will be protected by the permanent al
kaline action of the paint. Iron to be
buried in the earth may be painted with
a mixture of 100 parts of resin, 25 parts
of gutta percha,and 50 parts of paraffine
to which 20 parts oh magoesia and some
mineral oil have been auded.
FoR DTSPtPSTA. INDlIGFSTIoN, depreRssin of spit
Its and gene'al debility,iu their various fortms; also
as a prevetivie against fever and airne anti other
inatermittenit foveas, the "Ferro-Phiosphorated
ElIXir of Cattesya" muado by Caswell,ilazard & Co.,
New York. and s'olda by all Drttggtsts, is thme beat
Ionic, and for patients recoverimg from fever or
other sickness, am has no equaL.
'VERIMJELLI souP' is made exactly as
macaroni soup, only the vermicelli is
not out, and, if very little of it is used,
it may be boiled in the soup. The stock
for vermicelli soup Is best made of veal
and ebioken. 8orve hot. Pass a plate
of grated cheese, a spoon with it, after
the plates of soup are served each per
son adding a npoonful of it to their soup
if they choose.
BROWN's nuoNeusAL. TRoCHLEs for
Coughs and Colus: '-The only tarticie of the
kitnd whIch has donie me good service. I
watut nothing but ter'."--Rev. R?. HI. Cr'aig,
Oliwedle. N. Y. Sold only in boxes.
PAN CAKES WITH BREAD ORUMus,
Soak the crumbs in milk. Tro two tea
cupfuls of bread crumbs add one clup
fuil of flour or cornmeal, t oo eggs and
i.l-k enough to make a chin batter,
mix well together. If the milk is sweet
audd a teaspoonful of yeast powder , if
our, half a teaspoonlul of soda dis
solved in half a cup of warm water.
Motiter swamn's wnn syenp.
infallible, isatetess, harmltess, eat hartlo; for fe
rrihness, reatieit-mess. wortms. 'J5 cents,
A CARPET, especiailly a dark One,
o'. teni looks dusty, when~u it does nlot
nteed sweeping; wet a sponga in water.
(a few dirops o1 ammaonnia helps bright
an the color,) wring it quite dry, and
wipe oft' the dttst.
The Famous Jersey Lily.
it wounld t ea p'tvtif the 'amsotta bauty houhl sntifir
eveca ttenm r yizol eo iE ta taeU
TARl hant tbedi trntipdrtitn ariy be eli -ha by ita no
atoofih * ~4o~an. atc dipltm sre Lirot,
noumgrao er neat aUfe.tionus. "Al a ufferers re
b. d 1itlrNTON, N. 1., Proprietor. For Rate
dioenn'4 uiphur Soap beantiles conmplexion.
A TRAsP3ONFUri of borax, put im the
last water in which clothes are rinsed,
will remove the yellow tiut, time gives
to garments that have been lain away
two or three years.
I have lived to know that the secret
of happiness is never to allow yotu
energies to stagnate.
E TE GREAT
Rheumatism, 0Neuralgiqa, Sclac
Lumbago, Backache, Headach e, Toothache,
Sore Throat, 81a116o SrInim a s.anraelsel
murals. 141"d. I nonst Eites.
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Sold by Dinalsts ea Dealers er et ere. Firty Cutse botti
Diretlons Ln I I stiguagisa.
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am 4 YnE L R &CO.) Gullitu.,r. XcLi. U.S. A
A SPEIFIG F01
EVIR AIL Spamn, Convul
~ Scrofula, King
IN ERV E-1 ", ugly Bloo
Diseasos, Dys pe
- ,a Nervousuns,
@0Nhe u na tiae oI
Nervous Weakness, Brain Worry, Blood Lomw
BIlIousness, Costivnesa Nervous Prostrtion
ldnq Troubles amid ireularles. *1."0,
"SamaritanNervino I doin wonors."
Dr. J. 0. McLemoln, Alexander City, Ala
"I fool It m adu to recommend it."
FLangilin. Vle, sEma&
"It ound whore ph I
ov. A. Edto, Boavor, Pa
A0- Correspondence freely answered.-60
The Dr. S.A. Richmond Med. Co., St. Joseph, Mo,
For testimonials pnd etrculars sed stamp. (1;
At Druggists. 10, N. Crttenton, Agent, N. Y
H OPporous plaster
H Ofamou for its quAi
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PLAST ER 1entS
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gists and country
stores. Mailed on re
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prietors, Boston, la-s.
s -1'hoboest family pil mado-iawly's Stornach au
Liver Pills. 2o. PIeasant In action and easy to take.
CATA n reaBal
CATA~nHwhen appiled by 1
flnge~r 11110 th InI
tris, will be abthor
MBNt ciiefectualy ulear
- Ing the head l t:
CUES IN tat rhal virus, caust
ri healthy secretious.
U)tRE allays inflanimatio
W4 protects the mei
A-FVR brane or the nO
passagas front a'l
tional colds col
pletely heals tlie sor
ani restores tas
* and sntell. A ft
(SN 499 pplications relie%
-A thor*ough Wee
-U.SA. myent toiU pos1t
IE~~~fllar. Price 60 ces
by mall or at draigerlsts.
ELY BIICOTII i+:ltS, Druggists, Owego, N.
DRS1. ,i. N. & ,I. 11. iOMMENsA0J
THOSE AF1~fI'CTE'D WVIThl THE EF'EC1
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Adlvice tree. Whosoever wo.t3. kno'y Ils con
LIOn andi the war t.o improve it slnolab'l read
wsbmIN A NITsiUsl.L"
.'ent on recelint if it-cent natamn.
Camophor Milk Is tne bat Linimont. 1rice 25 cil
72^A 'WK62adaytno,"n'snmane. o
BUY A FAR M IN VIRGLNIL
REver man 11 airts Oto n cr si LL Vir ii
ltI Etiitalo Agoants. Gordon'oill. Va. L.st tre.
A (NTS WA1NTEDi tor ttha flot and Jst
d nced i.l er11 n 1. NavWA I. tin '1' bles r ce
$5 to $20 tid ~ l
- . HALLBTqTurer. ortiil
K1D0ERS PASTILLEB 'iSin.TJl
On whichn side lies the finali victory hu
lowing extracts, charalcterstic oft len o0' tI
ye ram atraze atr t:n- r so api u si ixcllne
of th heabnt kimd "--Rltiv. Dnt Sua rit na>, sa51
ch s deie a (ith te1 ooks. TI em marie
paiyzannt.~ --Rv. M~nnmo w. -PlnrLY. Cuerteir, 13 0
alou reffortat iard etend i.<rftillt ylinftl
FAIER T ERMSI. hooks nai for eranantl
fineuea a lnipanec five, Non usold bi tie~.nr..
The Greatest B14
RHEUMATISM OURED, 80E0Hi
Rocnm-ra, N. Y., Apr. 6th,'88. P m
Rheusmattc Byrusp Co.: OTBR
G EMB--i have been S great stuf- Rlhesma4e B
ferer from Itheuamatismn for six I had been
years, and hearlug of the success or four years,
of lthe uatic Syrup I concluded slolans, for a
to give itna trial in my own case, ed It, but fou
and I cheerfuflly say that I have commenced
been, greatly bnenentlted by Its nuse. After tokng
i can walk with entire freedlom my surprie
from pain, and my general bealth Continuing Ii
Is ' ery mnillh ilmplrovedl. It, 1s a I found myse
Pplendid remedy for the blood As a blood 9t
at dblltiate sytem. no equal.
M. C'H RTERI IPAIR,M. D. MRS. wI
Manuf'd by R HEUMA'TIC S YRUP
Wor n, Wear;
"As weak as a cat" Is an el
sufferers who are trying to tell hoi
pression, for a cat is one of the m<
ence. It would be more correct t<
that gives the idea of utter inabilit,
son who feels thus 1s generally wol
.Sometimes it is a case of over
ishment. The blood in the system
a wretchedly thin condition. It n
and strength. This is to be had
only safe and proper preparation
poworful tonics. The physician and
ho bl~uable a remedy uRow N's
Lay the Axe
. to the Root
If you would destroy the can
kering worm. For any exter
nal pain, sore, wound or lame
ness of man or beast use only
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINI
MENT. It penetrates all mus
cle and flesh to the very bone,
l expelling all Inflammation,
soreness and pa*iand healing
the diseased part as no other
Liniment ever did or can. So
saith the experience of two
generations of sufferers, and
so will You say when Xou have
IT STOPPED FREE
Insano Persons Restored
AProURRlAID&K VDISASKS. Oaa(Y DIV
IMPALLINLS It takou as vetctsid 0. r r6V
ifwEd.* u eit se and$ta tial bottle teeo
Oi 0ale t lypye~saessachfigesemosw
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6t St. Clal r lol 1, Pitsaiurg . P.., th aid bth of
TO nOrTHl EtRS
tart in itas slee and griud It tee h? .t so,
it,:1 t h1s.10 W01BI, anld you 1eh110nl use
in Its action. ac nioite. Driggiata.
HOW TO BE BEAUTIFUL.
a- Haw to cure flashines., lecaei b-sd breat'j. wea
tCo. pimples. marth p.t A, sil freckles ,ali nx at
aj b rntvs olfra skini, whits teeth, white lAan
141 t lu oari.-aij torsi.
n. E.0. ELFORD. B >x 129, New York P >at Ci -e.
- 00 SHARES in U.8 Patent, st $u-S.-h. Sh-w-o.
hzolttur~atico lectratt.. W.V BEIt(ON.
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0. Shnior-lu ,C et aaein derundi at i ood va . x
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EEMPLOYMENT FKAUTa YOUN MisN who
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HARRISOh'S STANDARD GRINDING MILS
n'ac <sta iyae a-ct
S wamrrante' to to laa whiat 7
Rond 3a,. for new Illus.
-tr,aed (atalogue. Ad.
- } dre~as I
11.a ). New ila.vena, Conna.
tELMOR ii. (I. Is the quickest pleannatest,
---rlivena i , laddter and bio
At.. aslases, and only ra-al curative over
aunanatism goul. nbgslt
taepeopl cured who ad tred In a9n vyndngo else.
Iurely botanio, harnilea., and nineon t rink. sk our
t. othi ~ase. Elnnr,dan &afl,. w VailiiaetN.
L1CURttS WI4EItE ALL ELSE FAILS,
RestConh hrup Trt sgoot..
the desperato "B:ttrlea of th bJ ooks," the fol
o05134nda rceoiveul, algnify:
ofb anu ni or amn-s. Nrao~tit to rieder ,o t
"Teworad'r gro'te-t baanifacor t-aa iJ alan II
in everyiaody whoi enarea t,> reiii."-"ht,:ia,"a Bradfaor i. Pa.
"Twvo etasoi Waty, ar' ioi: n .c I v--di. All nws fra'onds
are wonuaterltur how I gelt a h b-r.e ain. I ex slaba,
Al NAIAS F azoer.-Ea f luaninwi C ny d
ii SI 3 ALE, .'at 1 ey<18 Yeaey 8. New fork.
>od Purifier Known!
[LA OURED. NEURALG[IA Otrlfl
It, N1. Y.,Pha 1, '82 FroaT, N. T., March 18, 'as1
I~W ~.,Rhetraeo lyrtsp Co.:
dO~O~llJ O? he OmNTS-since November, 181
rwftha as uet cah- I have been a constant, suffereI
rouad sonreief catll- from neuralgia and have not
takno reie knuInoWn what it was to be free
taig or tiru from paln until I corumencod
It eg t o hep re hvfet no pin ie sgth
ga, t e e blo ant for tit
LLIAM STRANG, cure of rheumatim. HABna
DO., I Pymnouth Ave., Rochester, N. Ya
4, and Wretched.
presision Irequently used by deblitated
r forlorn they feel. It is an Incorrect ex-.
>st agile and vorous animals In exist
>say, "a weak as a limp old rag," for
r to hold one's self up. The weary per.
rn, worried, woeful, and'wretched' ,
york, and sometimes of imperfect nlour
of a person who is "as weak as a rag" is in
eeds iron, to impart richness, redness,
by taking BROWN'S IRON BITTERS, the
of iron an, connection with gentle and
[ the druggist can tell the worn and wear
[RoN BITTEna Fj. bi-_ fon I. ctt1