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YOUNG ATIutEs- "My dear I
want * heroine for my new novel. Sle
libukbe tvery talented and somewhat
upboflveitional, in fact veiy original.
Van't you give me an idea?"
Husband - "Certainly, love. Yoi
wish her to possess a composition of
traits never before dreamed of, I sup
"That's it, that's it. Bat It must be
a combination orticulated to make a man
love her to distraction."
"I see. Well, in the first place she
should be literary."
"The apthor of a book."
"Just the thing: but how shall I
make her entirely different from other
"Have her look over her husband's
wardrobe and sew on buttons before
start ng any new novels.
JONEs-"Candidate St. John was
not in the war, was he?"
Smith-"Oh, he bas a war -fecord."
Joies--Indeed. Whiat was it?"
Smitb-"Listen, and I will tell you.
It is a thrilling tale. The battle was
raging fiercely; defeat seemed immin
ent; St.'Jobn had just dismissed his
barber, and his mustache, which only a
few hours before was a fiery red, was
now a glossy black. , Suddenly. amid
the slaughter, the enemy signaled for a
mimentary armistice; the roar of can.
non atlid rattle of infantry ceased; the
commander, of the onward pressing
hosts called out 'Surrender, St. John,
surrender.' St. John drew himself up
and proudly replied: 'The Old Guard
dyes; it never surrenders!' "
Mn. WrNKs-"I see that Mary L.
Booth gets $4,000 a year for editing
Mrs. Winks-"$4,000, and just for
writing a few lines every week?"
Mr. WIuas-"Oh, she ha3 more to do
than that. She has charge of the en
Mrs.W inks-"Not the atterns,too?"
Mr. Winks-"1Oh, yes."
Mrs. Winks-' 'Then what In the
world does George William Curtis
"SPEARING of the difficulty that for
eigners experience In giving the prop
er accent to English," said Captain
Boslum, "reminds me of the fact that
when I came hither I could not speak
English, yet you cannot detect in my
conversation a foreign accent."
"To acquire such perfection must
have taken much time," replied a
"Oh, yes; It required years."
"Must have been young when you
came to this place?"
"Yes; I was very young. In fact I
was born here.
MINISTERS WzFE.-"IHow terrible
this paper says that a Methodist min
later and his family in the rural dis
tricts of New York were recently dis.
covered to be on the verge of starva
bMINISTER---"Well, he might have
known enough to keen a big dog."
MinIster's Wife-"What for?"
Minister-"To scare off donation par
AN uncouth-looking young man from
the Sandwich Islauds, the son of a mis
sionary was once requested to address a
missionary Sunday-school In New
York. He began by asking, "Where
do you suppose I am from, children?"
"From the country, sir," blurted out a
rough boy in the corner.
"Hovi often do you present your
bill to that young fellow?" said a gen
tleman to a cigar-store man when a
dude told him to charge hIm with a
package of cigatettes. "Quarterly,
sir." "What? You don't mean to
say you trust him for three montns?"
"Oh, no, of course not. Quarterly in
this case means every time the bLil am
ounts to a quarter."
TlHE teacher of a Chelsea Sunday.
school recently asked her pupils the
following questIon, expecting "aia" for
an ans wer: "What, children causes the
most trouble and misery in the world?"
For a time no one answerel, but finally
a small, bright-lookmng boy hold up his
hand and gravely said: " 'Skeeters,
VERY NAnnow EscArm-A youth
of libernian extraction in chopping
wood with a hatchet the other day was
so unfortunate as to graze the thumb
of his left band with which he was
steadving the piece of kIndling he was
splitting. Ruefully gazing at the in
jured member, he remarked: "Begorra,
tt was a good thing I did not have
hold of the handle with both bands or
I'd have out it off, sure."
"flow I pity the poor such a night
as this?" said Blande, as he sat in his
comfortable apartment. "Then why,"
-asked Bluff, "don't you put on your
coat and see if you cannot render as
sistance to some of them?" "Ahi!" re
plied Bilande, "then I shouldn't be so
comfortable as I am now, and I might
forget the poor and begin to pity my.
self. That would be selfish ycu know."
Misa NondDy-"And so your sister
married an Italian count?"
Miss Somebody--"Yos, a genuine
count. Is title is perfect,."
Miss Nobody-'"He accompanied her
home, I suppose?"
Miss Momeboy-"Yes. hark! There
he comes iow. I would know his hand
organ amonga thuad
Miw. Mfl'ris.-."What has become of
Mrs. Wihnl~-"She got married."
Mrs. Minks-"You don't say ao?
DId she marry well?"
Mrs. Winiks-"No,not a 'well,' a beer
YOUNGc Snifkins is so madly in love
with Amelia P'opinjay that when she
confided to him the other evening that
she adored black eyes, he stole away
and blied a :stalwart -younga Irishman
to deoorjte his countenance Wvith those
orhaInentd, at fif ty. coits an eye.
THE iNife of a Methodist pyeacher in
Georgia ,takes turns.,W41.~him att preach
lng. When his parkhloiiO18866 the 01(1
gentletman digging worm' Tin the back
yard they know it is his day off.
"I AM not dead, I am not di
sings a magazine !poet. We dpD 't
blame the poet; we 'only blame tbd.ed
Itor for not lugging him-up a'coupie of
stories hiighier before he slung him out.
*Ev~p fairmer should have a frost
proof .sgorint-roomi, either in the barn,
or on a level with the kitchiei floor, for
storing vegetabiles or'friuits that are to
be used in the house. Roots for stock
should De stored in the barn, l49wever,
in preferened~ to'the arrangeitlent near
the. houe,. ,~tle walls, filled iwith
savvdust, will ib laqnn exneltfrogt,
proof house, a tindows may '' pro
videdr of doelanazem ash,
e3,1vho g1s up the apalleit part of
a secret bas the rest no longer in his
Pe'ople are recognisin the danget
attending the use of opium, and legis
lative bodies are being called -upon to
suppress the growleg evil. The only
cough mixture whidb does not contain
opiates, and yet is of remakiable elic.
acy, is Red Star Cbuih cure. 25 cents.
It is only the holy who know how to
pity and forgive.
For twenty years Mrs. John Gem.
mill, Milroy, Mifilin County, Penna.,
could not walk on, account of an in
jury to the spine. One bottle of St.
Jacob's Oil gave relief, the second en
abled her to walls and cured her.
To be angry is to ievenge the fault.
of others upon ourselves.
'Tis FnEQUIENTLY REOoMMENDED.
Mr. H. 0. looney, Astoria, Ill., writes that
Allen's Lung Balsam, which he has sold (oz
fifteen years sells better than any other
cough remedy, and gives satisfaction. 'Ti
recommended by the medical profession
bore. 250o., 50. and $1 per bottl% at Drug.
By proclaiming a gift its fruit per
The orand Unign.
If you visit New York and would take
your ease after a.weary day's travel, go to
the Grand Union Hotel, directly op osite
the Grand Central Depot. It has 0 le
gant rooms supplied with every convent.
.once, elevators and a table furnished with
every deliaoy. . Hor1e ears, stages and
the elevated railroad pass the door.
To purify the air of the collar, and
to destroy parasitical growth, a German
authority says: "Put some roll brim
stone into a pan set the fire to It, close
the doors and windows as tight as pos
sible for two or three hours; repeat this
Inexpensive operation every three
ANOTHER way to make excellent
corn bread is to start with about a pint
of wheat-bread sponge. Mix with this
two quarts of Indian meal and water
enough to wet it; then stir in half a
pint of wheat flour and a tablespoon
ful of salt; let this rise, then knead -it
well and put it in tins; whien light bake
for ..a hour and a ball,
The sense of vanity is the very last
sense a parent should appeal to in a
"A GoD sEND Is Ely's Cream Balm,'
writes Mrs. M. A. Jackson, of Ports
mouth, N. H., on May 22d, 1882. 1
had catarrh for tbree years had tried
nearly all remedies but to no purpose.
Two or three times a week my nose
would bleed quite freely and I thought
the sores in it would never heal. Your
Balm has cured me. This preparation
Is not a liquid or a snuff, and Is easily
applied. Price 50 cents.
Life as it passes along bears us home
Fon DrsPEPSIA, INDioESTON, depression of aptr
lla and general debility m their various forma also
as a preventive against fever and ague and otner
intermittent fevers, the "Ferro-Phosphorated.
Elixir of Calisaya"imade by Caswellaard & Co.,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, ia the aest
tonic; and for patients recovertug from fever or
other aickness. it bas no equaL.
He is rich who Is poor enough to be
That fealing of extreme debillty Is entirely over
come by Hood's sarsaparilla. "I was tired all
over, buit Hood's sarsaparmia gave me ne~w life
and strength," says a Pawtuotret, R. I., lady.
Hood's sarsiparllla is sold by all druggiats. $1 a
bottle, or six Dotles for 5o.
Sooner or later the hour of trial
comes to every soul.
ELY's CREAM BA LM is the most ef
fective conivenient and agreeable catnrrh
remedy I ever used, and I have tried
them all.--C. B. Cook, Henning,Laud
erdale Co., Tenn.
IHow many can trace all their miser
les to one false step.
When yon need a friend, select a true
one. Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic is the
best friend mankind has for all diseases cf
the stomach, liver and kidneys. The best
blood purifier and tonic kno wn. 60 cente.
The genius, wit and spirit of a nation
are discovered in its proverbs.
A oure of Fneumonia.
Mr, D. H. Barnaby, of Owego, N. Y.,
says that his slaughter was taken with a
violent cold which termulbated with Pnev.
mona, .anid all teia tent physidians gave
thie case up and sai4she could live but a
fear hours at'most, 'She wa~sin this, condi
tronfirhn'a friend reoonini nded DR. WM.
Jt~' ALSAM. FON ~E LUNGS,
anid god her to try it.sb accaj ted it
~s a 14~ resort, and was surprised to find
thd(~1 produced a marked change for the
betoer and by persevering a permanent curs
IN .selecting a dairy cow the most
important p61nt Is a good constitution
Indicate I by JarE lunigs,' stomach and
digestivce apacityv; she shottld come from
a good milking family; the eye should
be bright, muzzle broad, nostrils thin
and large, chest and hips broad, leg.
flat, udder broad, milk veins large and
head small. _____
THE habit of running over boots or shoes
corrected with Lyon's Pastent Heel Stiffen
If laughter Is the daylight of the
soul, a smile Is its twilight.
If afficted *lth s&ri s ties Dr -Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water.Dtiggists gilii.250
' Mistakes made in early life are some
The best A~ille Blout and Collar Pads are
niade of sino and leather. 2y thens,
The page that God seeth is the page
by which we shall he judged.
F""TS All Fits atope fr. Treatise and gs',rt
betlecof Dr. Kline'sutreat N'erve itestor~r fra.e t'o
lit cases, send to Dr. Kime,981 Arch StL;Phia., Pa,
Love mankitid with all your soul and
you will feel no dimolulty 14i using pa.
tience, forbeatance andefor~veness.
,km pot ent,
when yon visit' or eave New fort City, save
bagg ereusa sd$criae ire and so
un00 epaut rooms. dtted UP at acost of6o'e
million dollars, Si and upWards Der
. Enran Plan. Elevator. Rteataurhnt
lidW the best. Iforse cars, stages snd
c oJ aad to all dopots. Famies can ivte
belier for less mon~ey at thxe Grand Union ilotel
than at any gthuer fllar-clans hotel I0 the o~ty.
Tiie Odiinese Nay, thbey ts a 1el of
,wlso~ at he rooyof evt gray' hir.
Si, Bernard Vegal6I'~is
n atls, (Julenes,I cob,
i lKOife Drandtiiru Micine
gyave m~n ~eniv
' b;.ttgs.tI eor 1)
Tte G"~at H14,0d Furliter, for tie Vare of
aik %.nronio Iieasos.
Chronto Ihetimatism, Chreplo Catarrh in the
ead, Scrofata, ivpblltttio coniplaints, ete, oulan.
cdntar 8wettiUt, Drl Hlaokln Cough, Cancerous .
tIf eBtl 1 is, iledin~g of the Lqutr, DyAep ,
Water Sraih, WVhiti oweziI q&,a tmor P.0p.1
Eilotohe., xraptlmi of th tee, Uicers 1
bleeases, ropAr, Rietets Halt Rbear, Bronhil s,
(owesiupiion. Diabetes, kidney, BMisWr, Liver
Whether t'ans'ultted from arents or acquired, is
with n the curative ransge 4 the barsaaparallian
Cures h ye been mael where persons have been
oftleted With a rofola front their youth ttO 20.
8t)an 1 40 years of age bylPt [CADWA'
composed of ingredients of extraordinary uedt
oa propertie , essential to purity, heai, repair and
invigorate the brokon down. anl -wasted body
Quick, pleagant, safe and permaneat mt its trea
Wzent aind cure.
dold by all druggi.ts. One aollar a bottle.
For the reet and cure of all. Pains, Congestions
DR. RADWAY'S PILLS
For MINTPE1S1A and for the oure of all tho dis. F
orders of the Stomaub, Liver, Sowels. Constipa.
tion, B itoneness, Files, Headohe, oto. Arion --
R. a UL AX o&.. 33 Warrea 1S:., N,Y J
Relieved at Last!
4We 'knoW aentlemlan In this e01tutty jib% .1:fi
months a was im )at a hpe I rOT
attaok 'a rheurnitiem. He e a hub,
Sha little f a hope ot e e J
an ay r an. and in i nest e .4 PaIa .
I pour Inury an to wha n wo rk soix -
wo te uleuuee in his c0oitio Uhe r 41t~t
ad bien Ater us 'it a ea n a
a~I9~~ ab , trtormed fo emiser.
a er tpau Mr.aE. I"hLamoert"-yra. Ia 'te
Treatise on B'ood ant skin Diseases mailed fr
TawsrV rw 91 to CO.. Drawer 8. Atlanta, ,
kAMALE UlURE4 AVDVE FRBB.
08. J. C. HOFFMAN, Jefferson, Wisognsn.
DoFINE oUdi Ote, .tep, Uo
mVA iii ule . for sale. Calue wt ha
Lb i a ; ftP ra -N. I. ID 2 yr &, Co-., Oat-V " u,'jL
90 NSU MlfT ION
MsOM, a ostaive remedy fr tom ova e s i u ta a lif nu
i atrI wt T o sIr is i a e -
&ad o ase Oftheworst ki d and of long st',IIlng
have been Cored. Tods ,d so Sirq ef IRA at I t ~~ CY,
that I Will end.c TWO VOTTLN HERt , togeter wItt a VAL-4
UAULR TS3.PtTR1 *a this dlaese ,to *1snyafferer. Give fts
prosliand 1.0. sddrecs. Dli T.A CTAIli teearl~i .N.Y.
THIS STYLE ad
A Full Set of
3% WARRAXNT1D U
33reargs. Send for
40. A. WOOD & CO.,
17N. loth St., Phila., Pa,
DDEW'8 PASTILLE8. e.
U11r MOMM .fl, - CtestoWas M3
SALESMEN l o
rvake for the sale of chlee Nursery ok on gal.
#try and ex ponses. oron commieiion. 02kerma.
ncnt, BenI toA tern:.. address GLEN DUIAOHlS
Nurserymon, ochestr. N. Vr Y
nfonl~0 tuanri furYnIs. Yrate for cirouaIE
KNIVES with ivory handles, which
have become locsened or have fallen
out entirely, ean be cemented at home,
and with small expense, by using this
cement: Take four parts of rosin, one to
part of beeswax, an I one part or plie- th
ter of Pais; fil tho hole in the handle an'e
with the cement, then beat the steel of od
the handle, and press it firmly into the '9
A Womnauls AUe.
A woman, it ia said, ia no older than she '
looks. Miany women, however look dou
ble their actual age by reason o hose func
tional disorders whioh wear upon the a
nerves and vitality; and whioh,. ifun
chceare liable to obange the mostr
bust woman to a weak, broKen-down inra
lidi. Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Prescript ion"
will positively cure every irregularity and
weakness peonliar to the sox, and requires
but, a sin le trial to p rove its surpassing
merit. Price reduced to 0one dollar, By
Real piet y is never gloomy.
The Nineteenth Century Club is an or -_
ganization that will consist of an egnal w
number of men and women. It is hardly5
to be expected that they wdll agree on 'all
subjects; but it can surprise no one to learn
that Dr. Piece's "Golten Medical Discov.
ery," is unanimously pronounced the most
successful remedy extant, for pulmonary
consumption, as has been demonstrated in
hundreds of cases; it pousitively arrests this
disease and restores health and stren gth,
if administered in its early stages. By
Words of love are works of love.
Yo~ung or middle-aged men, sufl'ering
from nervous debility and kindred affec
tions, should address with 10 cents in
stamnp. for large treatise, World's Dispen
sary Medical Ast~ociation, 663 Main Street,H
Bufifalo, N. Y.
The show of coldness is more easy '
and true than the show of warmth. _
More substantial benefit can be obtained
frote a 50 cent bot tle of Dr. Bigelow's Post- DRi
tive Ouire than a dollar bottle of any other ma
cough remedy. it Is a prompt, safe and -
p leasant cure Ior all throat, and lung trou
Prosperities can only be enjoyed by
them who fear not at all to lose them. m
"it's kind of rough to be troubled
with affections of the scalp isn't it?" ~
said a symoathetic Pittsburgher to a ii
friend not long since. "Yes," was 'the
'laconie reply, "dandrufIf, but Carboline eat
will clean it out quicker than a natural
The lasting and crowning privilege
or rather property of friendship' IA con-.'
A CENTURtY of progress bas not pro- t.o
dhefied a remedy equal to Ely's Cream 'n
B~tlm for Catarrh Cold in' the head It
and Hay Fever, It is ngt a liquid orj
(snuff, but is perfectly safe and easily
applied willi the finger. It gives hm.
urfediate relief atid oures the, iWolst
cases. *Price 50 cents. At druggists.
00 e nts by mail. Ely Bros., Owego,
Ennui a h ghost ofmurdered A.
No APPr-ITM, Low BrIntTs, nIRAD.
AOL! D, flatulenoyv, sleeplessness, languor, 01
Oonsetpation-are tlhese, or any of them, A
among youtr ailments! It''so, try Da, a
WVAKi'nl's YINxoaR UITTRrgs, and toll If.
your sick friends its effect ; this is the
only advertisement the medlne re.. t
qutires, it has spread from house toF
house, from villag to village, all over
the land, in tis way.I
~-P'lleaplples are plentiful in Florida. ....
No Opium in Piso's Cure for Consump. .
tion. Cures where other remedles fl. 250, o
Oavo as A 18V be;a XRLN.
TH1M ES , Y~6E ~iB il , MD
anten nw w sea le ie
UBe Nas ed (h aiahei te
r OI i e e w
Ag A Twe vow . ..
Be to U er heap"t
ea , Hay Fever, 8H t
bean eey ng for. 'aia av m e lot e
B es U e thet
Bet xA seo and heapest
Hedornw B y g e. . 0 cnot
B es osr os eh
t a o Ue. ani Cheapdst.
FTERALLe OTHlay FAer, CO cnS.L
DR. RA OBB,'c
Pbuo edy fodatarh a e me alos rnme
(o rnallBo . ClownE .n,l .
a 41nt l Rea edy fno r Catarrh is th o
t. Aceto Use, and Cheapest ,
Aloo, for COld In the Head,
a uada be Hlay over, &a. o0 C Pnts.
Mios le mney for Catarrhl Is jout thefmedicinl
re ts.-Olo.kn fr W-i PhIaO lp a, PaMM.
L PlaG's Remedy for Caarrh to the
uto Use, SN Cheapest.
gosR600 orCtrr a douns io
TE AL OTer tiL, QUBSTB
DW0 L g RB.8
eowale os il er onn
en A ' h emedy for .atarrhes toe a
re Etnorea to n dleaest .
lo for i t l d i ri te n ea ,
lead rsUA.M itoP. M,&. M0cotsl-PM
isme 's b eed ma aarhI h
needytE Eests. tUs
1AmGION CARianGEo. ARCUG
SYRh ewOtlAns E, N.sY.
TOL A BORINCICH
fyonrdea0rd esteeepoga at
Ifmyed . suooA te
t peelalet. a atQier
o. ad aar.d9ynp -_____t___
A N, CARRIAGE NOw BUGG
.YRA.N.Y. N. Y.
uleOR 30, n~ * 10. tr ler
a e. wrk ben topki a a
r~.,A G5, f, mos/, 0.
tee witG a libeal o iata Soreete .o. fet.
sSrEMINAL WfAKNEJS AND OtUlt te
1* *A. B. U~ O BE eui of .g Nil~or eca'
1'et, Phildtelphia H ) Fs i ee .t9P
dvice re.Radour eewt o, "The M'l
,,ee" Pie 0. Also r tmentbna..
La Aa lug -et a
REI~Lssn bmal at
a asartet sa .~1 8.. ng meorn po
Wa r,$ r oa Jo Rttn
d Dragg se hod rierynd3ees
nonstdon 6oD.-Hil phagl
ha aesome advance iAlP sine
1872. the year fellowing the war witt
Germany, during which the eating ol
horses was practiced by the Parisians,
so long at least as the city was held ir
siege. In 1872 0,782 horses were
slaughtered for food in the city o
Paris. In 1888, the last year for which
there are any returns, the number was
18,284. Before 1872, . however, and
even before the war with Prussia, in
fact as far back as 1860, the slaughtei
of horses for food was duly licensed,
although In 1860 there was but one
butcher having the legal right to out
up and soll the. carcasses of horses.
The licensed horse butchers now num
ber eighty. This fact, taken. with the
figures that Indicate the oonsumption of
horse ment, account for the many low
priced "bouillons" about the streets of
Paris. Vetei nary experts declare that
soup made from horse flesh Is better
than that made from the meat of the
ox. That may be a question for gas.
tronomic sharps to discuss. but .i% is
said that the bouillon which smokes In
a thousand Paris eating houses smells
*and tastes so nearly like that msado be
fore horses calie to their end at the
shambles, that no man's nose or tongue
can tell the difference. Whether this
resemblance Is due to the similarity In
the nature of the b9asts, or to the artis.
tio aptness of the cook, is a seoret with
the proprietor of the shop and the su
15erintendentof his kitchen. Anentli\1
siastio advocate of hippophagy main
talhs that the horse has .been improved
since he has made his appearance at the
table. . His principal ground for argu
ment In this direction is that one sees
fewer raw-boned, broken-down hackE
dragging Paris cabs and omnibuses
than in tormer days. This might sbovw
that improvement In the average look
of the cab horse had been purchased at
the expense of the people's digestion.
But it Is also declared that when a
horse gives signs of wearing out, hie
harness is taken off and he is simply
housed where proper food increases hi;
aditose tissue, and where idleness soft.
ens his muscles and tendons.
KEEPrNG seeds too long causes them
to lose a portion of their vitality.
Melons, when grown from fresh seed
are said to run to vine, while old see
give more productive but less vigorouE
Wocannot renew youth, but we can pre
vent gray hair by uring Hall's Hair Renewoi
Ayer's Pills are a never-failing remedy foi
headaches. cansed by adisordered stomach.
Fine goods are packed in small par.
iAdawirou awellas traingotllt r
eolea it tends. bjnareri uron, endl do
te tlne f lstem. to prepare the way
A tBRI GATN.--he propr~aietor
of Th .Rura Newlorke expeimen
brund ae succeedeflrwn' in fduina
rossbetwee whea appt nd re,ehcJ
progss o eaer tr esting, 1at
headsl that reute rmtecos
cSe e moruliereand~5e on ere
heavly barde. Ot emont al
rn esemled weat,'ande ere' smoother
Geine heas bere smal anrae dfeble,
otherapre an strong.Thae were b1
difrn colors, Rtoo--yelloprkr
own The Rurlish. Yore experimen.
teros ae gctcflloeed mattero upng,
cross beltweng whad ranin, whrc
rdces tne ben ver grInteetntualy
Tet Thpermen was greatedriey Inh
headucthat rele from th foerssp
the were relktre.ndwr
hTail bearde.nda ter orehol nort
bestebe exheuaiv food wer hsmonothe
thanmt 'mheaswrmlandgg. Wel
othrns ats.ble and stuc.wheyatr
difeth ceor, tooytrell dark
sbrown cake. withplarh. Teer inhi
a temoaregding toiollowuthes ttle
though br plain an repantng, rs.s
duis afed knd. of grain leentually
he aexerednt asonucted byoun
the walogthesuhsd.O a
Tfene or nderlnan on shoundshed
and the notovr-fod oeggs in hear
thant akepe.m Poltry uegs. Wreusal
screeigs. bnyfar a buckwhthg
ith crume, bone oys atershls an
lthughe ors ca. Hesol cbnnot mt<is
-eths feed loacked t boleep wrm
hand. Tha.oe shetrdunponl be grond
ase alo te seoudth. sieac of fros
fecoandpakter aoen wat.. hede
and car nerfd eggll s well r
thekper. protr frouse reo.
toigh rplnto anqiry s o whii
bree somer btl high quartsiered the
aelways ld, aythth
LeOOrnS taky f the larestnu berr eg
plnt tyeat fall srhould are cutainmed
tlngthen ae Intberwe prict
sand.gh Te boxes shom uld bretdr
hers el fot canot reach thm.
pnrs aydi b be uftlassont
ast e b eyoesd the, greaund. frosi
and packte bxee of tld andwmakr
toheelradsweorters uap s re
prptrlyth proectdfo fot
EER ayerswe wtoll say thatti(
coin yearbt ith B r a rees claot
msehlforl never p1 to a peouttng tre
hes) s llfor fartom $5ho $25. rse
t o mayi fo e so otday:, soi
Humors in the B3lood
Often manifest themuselves in the spring months. Scrofula lurks In the blood of nearly every one,
Eruvtions sUoh as hives, pimples and bolls, salt being often Inherited. Its severept form is that of
rhenm, scrofula, or other affections caused by Im. tuna og soroi On the arms; legs or ftet. Bnohes
purity or low state of the blood, are tured by In the glands of the neck, pimplW, canoerots
Hood's Sarsaparuila. It purlisae vitalises and en. growths, swollen joints and thiokei'ng of the up.
riches the blood, creates an appetite, rouses the per lip are other synp-oms. Reod's Sarsatarilla
liver and gives renewed strength to tue whole has had wonderful success in curing sotofyle. It
body. Try this exceLent gpring medicine and thoroughly eradicates the bu aor from the blood
blood purifier. and gives it new vitality and richness.
Boils and Pimples. Swellings in the Neck
"For several years a had pimples breaking out Juseph Dunphy,214 Central Street, Lowell Mas
on my face and neck. I was Induced to take Hood's bad sWeings and lumps On hi nook A fse
Sarsaparilla, and my sakin Is now clearer and I atn which various pstes, ointments and medicines
feeling better than for some time."-R. D. Aiocs. ailed to atop. A shopmato, whose wife had been
AnB3, 04 Bond St., Oleveland, 0. cured of a sore on her arm by Hood's Sarsapardla,
"Pimples were breaking out all over my face, recommended the medicine, and he bought a bot
can ed by smoking cigarettes. I was advised by tie. In three days there waN a change In the sep.
my drugg;st to try Hood's Sarsapav Illa and dill tiwis; and five bottles effected a complete cue.
o,and all traces of tho pimples have disappeared." "I suffered with boils five years Hood's Saris
-J. 0 DANZIL, 29 Union St., Norwich, Ct. par.l a cured me.va-ru . LAN , Pittsburgh Pa
Hoodr o aSarsaparlla
Sold by aliruggists. $1; sit for $5. Propired only I Sold by all drogkpta. $1rem n for $. Prepared only
-by 0. 1 HOOD & C., Apothecares, Lowe , Mass. by(I L HOOD & .,"Apo-.carLes, Lowell, Man.
100 Doses One Dollar 100 Doses One Dollar
pae a*the ub . g(Rh
4f A Gih- oncobined with Balsamue, Extradte Kidney Weakness,sprains, Wrenohes, -
and U ook, phse pators a a eknesses, estPa eneer I
ourftive p~ropea u~nknown to other kid.A12all oigsmpo ulpis l~ rdO40
that torment the od are and ex n eir weI soo
Instantly' relieved and speedily curedt tb worn- kill)]f sia ngquulltlem. 1Hop'lteil
out and weak parts strengthened. Frmytieuro- evorywh re, so ota., for $1.00. naod for 90.
warranted the very best plaster In teworld. Propriotqrs, UOP MLASTER 0O.0 Roston,
1s l K E atrproof
ceeebetredi.Dwrolialn oeEni. Itctehardest storm. The nlow POMMEL. AL ICEIH Isa perie 4. ridingcotan
JJ1Ih Braud"# tradle-mark. Illustrated Catalogueo, Ac . A , Tower# Ilhoston, Mass.
COCOANUT TARTS are a pleasing ad
dition to the plain dinner for a family
where there are children. Line small
tins with nice light crust and fill with
this mixture: Dissolve a quarter of a
pound of sugar in a little water, add as
much grated cocoanut as you can stIr 26
in, and have well mixed with the sugar. CHETCHIT
Let this simmer slowly for a few min
utes, then when it coolH add the yelks fer for
of two eggs. Fill the tins and bake u'li Croup
for ten minutes In a quick oven. Cover
the top with a ineringue made of the
whites of the eggs and two tablespoon
fuls of powdered sugar. Brown in the
oven. If you do nor care to take quite
so much pains put the whites and yelkri
both in with the cocoanut and sugar.
CALIFORNIA fruit growers begin to
realize that the destruction of the fo! -
ests on theiy mountains is es3pecially C u h o r u
hurtful to them, owing to the fact
that a large portion of the state needs
irrigating, and this demands a uniform RA XETinP T[A J)iR.
flow of water. Besides, this, the steep- tCnan oOpu n n om
ness and height of their mountains LUGRL4 iTi-,-t;
make torrents there unusually des riue- OotOaom4 i
tive. ._____ ~aitr)'tqi~
Too nmuch should not be expected-Irc,2c 0.ad$ e ote
from any branch of . Industry. -The
profits from dairyt~ng are due, to expelr- SOD YAtME1IEDtLR.
lonce. There is much to be learlied
about the management of cows, care
of milk and the mnanufactiure and sale
of butter. 'Every 11ttle detail should JJ~EIIAE M N
be studied, and a familiarity with the 0YUaealuc fc iflffff/dio h s
characteristics and merits of all the D.DesCe~ridVlacle ihtcroBs
breeds should be the object of the far- ~ Dblt~Vlcso
mner if he wishes to succeed. ~ n Uknrdtobe.At ~ tn
Stories first heard at a mother's knee --___
are never wholly forgotten-a littlet ~a ~5to-, Mns
spring that never quite dries up in our e~~j;JI~ve* IITI
journey through scorching years. P' y~~u~.Sml
a nggrsonsdiuceunt to ates.ofrth i
Fr soyo a, ratlatedLodr Cnon t ithiim.
.4 . I RO. WII, . I. toN___
rant, Iaiwe,,..knowntCilerg rnanaof Phiet.
PHLA EHA PRA.,MN Januar 18 , jep1886,Pr~c adOin eat
MDeron aSein fre dsase ough the aInke
anowand ~ty exprmene wih rof. Wmm.Wl
tico tohi,rbute als ath afcted ay,
letcarnwherebo look fue. oraimed fo~ rIchus
tondh olstat s sae.r ~ive years~b~ to hae
b~een PRiOrin wi gr a itrssinmyhad
ony laborious dpinfu Acto myselfm but un-DWAZD
leasat tmonvregatin. WI ave used i yourulet~* St Nt
PHAD7LPHNA , PAhe January Noem, 1885. O IAED RU&I~4
M Paiesflrstor'sStd, andssince.B huring
'you Er intu-I feel tearng yourgartit Iae ED~'~ 7, .'fi e
kaoennot experIenced wnisthrf. Whatever Ctln.tA~~ellaap0~mu~
ien wyhed. t lokworkared for horoustTPEDFE
afthd fotie dlaset orfeyas1have wolks', andt16Ver fel
beter in-olfe withge distreso eing theiiD.ILBS RA
-rete and timsIn comlh e CIAndeo nDNads ETO
vey grie ief hain sfere d 8 yer F' 'rom AUS
hffere rk; t as t atrriha throtruble geANNRV ~;Ai.Onym
aung aofsean'sst reder speakyuringstA' t.i "~
pleasnt nd imypnrgi n.I have ouse yonnur a'nin tiopyagzrschroobxh
tAi'INof sce ther 2tru and Novemernalrdlyii3o. ..fa 5l~OId~~i.m
IntuetadwaigyourW( B. R NT,
bnem hadi a aoicl t 18 for u
of th1118 helstfv wheok nd strelt la
Agments wantd uin teer ty fli ahe Union.rgia udOlyGsse~
$60 ty.ee may beiadebo f0wnesh 4.~leatt .'4 ~
d from; a GetePratavrand Touble a rfecsinr arislrat
an Viearko Bcilters uhreig yourit but Acd
Wio alcohollo eorryhmineralfornoitson.
yorCtrhadalDiseases of the eye.s o *a am
r narure, ar, litallwere aid frtould of
Vae tter a~l feei sNes. e
d. 1118 Cesu t Ste, Phtira .giaa
Ageents DwantdIneerhit f h Uin.a.il
$80 ai week ma he der. fYtaA e
d fo~eitheoou valabler an dels~fabnse as
'icpa pGnte Pati an Toic aproso ?\~ ~~ o
y e vetr hl and o t the m.ande- ~~-~
theroof.heao e bs italitd free d*,'enf~i
rci o or iiets o eistton. -fees.J '
R.iuMcoaledfnmo00,, of2 Wshinat., N.Y.eie.aaeaoxb
Late am nd'w o'entlsemen.alnatow
an oo. sA a oralyn
en 261S.~ 26i~~ tipo n ibod m itn,~
lhs11te Bt eu u~ Ota 61rilA'wfen i
pounded poa~aTHEg DEeTpANDerCOEAPmUsTD
sn otetero urvlaber~~iO ~i~C ioughr~ rikfor r o upt~e te
no t em a hf tlYaen of r rAR tee
NqdcalTrat~ onDi ,o ~ ~ a l .oiertas we n se o ppar e n4i
eauIntmpeanc an To~',whlh ~6U Prmce and Hoe. and $1 perd otl.
'bereadbieverhDydaa1cl ahrlathe tand
focr asgisnrttrestorat toPensnon
ANTb adoskreaGntlsa n - OT ii fEL0 . arsal.
~Ionaaw1s1ng1 e Mib da cr
fiercu wrkcea u r e f .
dese t to th Trade. - -
ata~pC wc oTUopiE
Bl " 9 "ElGreal EngihGo. n
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