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P 4 T poketandlferchieaaoh.b
et may beade 12 inopes agre.brln -3
log fle corners into the con tre, se g
three together and leaving oe to turh
- back e:nvelope fashion. Quilted silk or
satin looks bet for this, with either a
spray embrplderud in the enltre or each $
diamond for ed by the' qillting, or a
pearl or other bead at each intersection. O
Glove boxes are now made as i'ng -as
an eight-button gloye, and jus an inohb
wider; they aie= made in card-board,
covered witl satin and edged wipthi
cord, the top forming the lid.
A GOOD cheap oak stain is made of
equal parts of American potash and e
pearl ash, two ounces of each to , a
quart of water, As Americau potash h
Is a solvent, care must be taken to keep a
it from the hands,- and an old brush N
should be used, as it is of no gbod after
wards. 1 This stain can be kept corked h
in a bottle, and is useful to have in .the
house in case the floors are scratched, a
when it may be used to repair them. If n
the color is too deep, it may be weaken- al
ed with Water. .
PysEWtY NG Joiu.-The folloWing it
is a good method to preserve eggs, pro. rE
vided they are put down new laid, and si
the exact quantity of lime ' used (too
ittle falls to. pi;qserve them, and too
much eats 'yay the shell): 0 poundS ft
slaked lime:toi. quarts of spring water,
and three handfuls of salt; put it into a
deep glazed earthenware. jar, with a i
cover; stir for ten minutes, - and then
put in the eggs. The jars must be cov
ered from air and light. Fifteen pounds a
lime, nine gallons of water, four hand
fuls of salt, will preserve thirty dozen b
LExMor JELLX CAKE.-Half cup of s
butter, two small cups of prepared Ia
flour, half a cup of milk, whites of t
three eggs, yolj of one; deasertepoonful al
of baking powder. Cream the butter m
and sugar; to this add milk alid flour to
together, and stir these to a cream; a
mix baking powder In tablespoonful of la
flour and add this and the eggs which ci
have been beaten to a stiff froth, and in
stir these into the mixture slowly with
out beating. Bake In three layers In
moderate oven. For the jelly beat to- si
gether one cup sugar, juice and grated ci
.rind of one lemon, yolks of two eggs ti
and two tablespoons of water. Boli l
till sufgciently thick to spread, ei
- POTATO SALAD, according to Miss 181
:Parloa: Out 'Into dice enough cold bl
boiled potatoes to make a quart, and at
season with salt and pepper. Mix in
thoroughly in a cup six teaspoonfuls of b(
salad oil, two of vinegar, half a tea- bi
spoonful of salt, a quarter of a tea- bi
spoonful of pepper, and a tablespoonful at
of grated onion. Mix this dressing St
lightly with the potato dice. If you ti
-have parsley, a tablespoonful chopped
fine and mixed with the potato adds to
the flavor and appearance. The salad si
improvts by standing an hour -or more Cc
beforetit" herved. ti
' TOY*nY TIE FL"AVOR THE ROAST n]
OF BEEF.-This can be done by squeez- i
lug the juiceof half a lemon over it n+
and putting the 'other half Inside the
roast. Another way. Is to put half of a ti
carrot, gne small :onion, and -a little ir
parsley in the dripping psn and lay the y<
roast over it. Do not be led by any re
bad adviser to ptlt one drop of water al
Into your diripping pan until 'you have
.tried the experiment of roasting beef a
iri this way. - It malre' a striking -dif- al
ference In the flavor of the meat. The ge
outside browns over quickly, the juice ,
is all kept within, and the meat is ten
der In consequence of this.
- RiE'nrTTERs.-Boil three table- tc
spoonfuls of rice until It. has fully gi
swelled, then drain It quite dry, and ni
mIx with It four well-beaten eggs, a ol
quarter of a pound of. currants -and a til
little grated lemon peel; nutmeg and tc
sugar to taste. Stir in as much flour as
will thicken it and fry in hot lard.
WHuITEc SAUCE FOR FisHI-Mix well xr
together two ounces of butter and one oi
tablespoonful of flour, then add a pint E
of milk; set the saucepan over the fire t
and stir continually; when turninlg gi
rather thick, remove; beat the yolk of hi
an egg to a light cream with a teaspoon- hi
ful of water, tuirn It into the sauce, rc
mix well again, add salt..and pepper to s1
taste, and it is ready for use,.o
To MAE~E LEMON CANDY.-TaLke a ti
pound of white sugar and a coffee-cup tl
of water. Cook these-over a slow fire;
pour in a tablespoonful of hot vinegar.
Remove the scum that rises. Try in I
cold water now, and then to see If It ~
will "thread" from the spoon; when It P'
will, flavor with a lemon, and pour on a ei
platter which is buttered slightly. ti
QUICK (RIDDLE CAKEs-One cup ~
of granulated oatmeal, one cup of flour, s
one teaspoon of sugar, one teaspoon of W
baking powder, half teaspoon of .salt; "
sit the baking powder Into the flour,
and enough cold water to make a thin
batter; beat well together and bake Im- ~
mediately. . .
. BAKED CORN BIREAD-Beat two ei
eggs, whites and yolks together, pong ii
the milk on to the eggs, and thiickeni
with about nine tablespoonfuls of sifted
corn meal. rut the pan in wvhiich it is
to be bah~ed on the stove with a fiece bi
of lard the size .-of ahi egg. , len
melted pour in the batter, addl a tea-c
spoon of salt, stir well anj bake.
HOE CAKrE.-Scald one quart of corn
meal, with just enough boiling water
to make a thick batter, stir in two'large
- spoonfuls of butter; beat -thIs a little na
before mixing it with the butter so. It 01
will rIse readily; add half a teaspoonful a
of salt. This should be.baked at least sl
* three--quarters of an hGur; batter tlie it
t.ins Well in whlch it Is baked. Serie tl
-PERH APs some ladles would lko. to
know that milliners use an ordinary ir
polish for ladles' shot's to renovate old t
black straw hat. Brush out the dust ii
BLrOOD, stai,us can be removed from
an article that you (10 not care to wash rt
by applying a thick paste, mado of o
starch and cold water. Place 'in the 9
oun, and rub off in a douple of hours. i
if the stain is not entirely removed, U
* repeat the process and soon it disap
Cu PUDDIN.-Weigh three eggs,
and use an equal q7uaritity of butter, bl
.flour and sugar. Creard the butter and
,sugar, lbeat' the eggs very light, and
when it Is well mixed pour into cups;
fill only half fuill. Ihake for tea mLnu-- sc
tos and servo with frm)it sauce, Land have' SI
Tan3ao6l i YT.-A old ifr
ldg asked why hie* baysstayed ii
1f0,blwother il pot,+ repli0 ,tba
was owing to the fAotthati le Alway
'ed to make home pleasant forthOie
e furnished them. with attractive ati,
eful. readii g and when. night Cam
d thldayit br vias endedi ipsts
running with other boys to' ti,9 I'ah
ay station and adlmning towns, the
kthered around the great..lauip, an
ioame absorbed in their books an
pers. Ills bbys were still at hor
hen. the 'oldest was 21, while thou
1o were furnished with no reading e
me, sougit city life and city dissipa
ons as soon as they were seventeen o
ghteen. All will-do well to heed thi
i,timo4y of farmpr who -has know
Dr hard the truggle for a footing o:
free soil without capital, is, and hoi
sluable an| cowparativeJy cheap ar
ie aids -whi.I 'good reading brings t
iu. In this age of - general intell!
mee, the mind must be catored tc
id books and papers furnished; and
ot only this, but in this age of ohea
id artistic chromos, pictures can als
3 bdght. to use in; maklg I.tome al
,active.- The farmer's life Is the mom
.dependent of any and there is n
ason why it may nothe as attractivel
BY planning for the arrival of colt
L the. autkimn, the work of the tean
Ill only be lost for a few days at
ason when its loss will cause but
ttle inconvenience. 'Experience prove
lat mazes in foal, If liberally fed an
tended to- by a careful man, may b
orked, and ' worked hard, withou
itriment tQ themselves or their foals
lit while sucking the colts, - they mus
1 worked only moderately, or th
Ipply of milk will be diminished I
uantity and injured in'quality, to th
sting disadvantage of the colts. (iv
iem generous treatment, and neve
low one to receive a blow, always re
embering that pluck, courage and de
rmination are as necessary in a hors
I In a man, and that he will surel;
Ok them -if his spirit Is broken b:
'el treatment,. close conOnement 0
THE value of the thoroughbreds con
its in their adaptation to certain spe
at purposes, but no breed excel in al
e desirable qualities. By judiciou
leetion and crossing, however we ar
abled to take advantage of the abilit,
an animal to transmit its charactex
ics to its offspring, anid thereb;
end several good qualities In one
ilmitl. The short-horn and Hereford
tying been bred for the production o
of, are not well hitted for the dairy
it when united with the smaltei
'eeds the offspring are more active
d while serving well for the dair
Ill combine many points possessed b
Le beef producing breeds.
IT is very rare in farming that an
ugle experiment dan be regarded a
nclusive. ' This is especially true o
to cultivation and manuring or crops
ifference in season will make on
anure more helpful during one season
bile something else proves better th
xt. In the same year there may b
ider variations in -the fertility of por
one of the same field the experi
enter suspects. It reguires severa
'ars .of careful study of a farm, an
peated - experiments, to miake result
, all certain.
TrnE curb or hip roof to a barn is
iw device for getting. Increased spac
Jove the posts. It is best adapted t
rmers who use horse hay forks whic'
ill nil this increased space with corm
ratively little increase of expense
hay or grain lias to be pitched up I,
ese high lifts by hand power It cost
'o much to make the greater spac
ined of any advantage. The large
imber of posts inside the barn are ai
>jection, except in situations wher<
Ley are needed to give more strengtj
A (GEORQIA farmer gives the followi
g remedy or rather p:oventive in thi
aLter of hog cholera: I feed my hog
1 buttermilk and kitchen slops
very week I throw dish-water eve
em. I have not lost a hog in to]
iars by cholera. While my nelghbora
ag*i have died of it, mine have beei
wilthy.- I keep a barrel near the cook
'om back window and pour all th
sps into that; my hogs are fed on I
ice a day. They are free from lic
id kept In a healthy coaidition all Lh
me. The grease and soapsuds ke
teir bowels in good condition.
O.NE cause of the weakness of lanmb
early spring is the fact that tl
others have been kept too close ii
mns during the winter, wIth little ex
'cise. With a good yard to rin it
irough the days the lambs will bi
ore vigorous and a- large proportloi
Ill live. But the yard should not bi
'Jlarge that it cannot be well bedde<
ith straw, so as, to save all 1*
THioSE who depend largely u'pon corn
ercial fertilizers should still make t
oit of all -the stable manure that I
railable,. for all the'most trustworth
:perience has shown that commercia
anures do their best and surest worn
association with stable manure.
IF' an Iron kettle has a hole in t'
>ttomeof it drive in a)plug of lead an<
immer down on both sides, If kept
ivered with water it will- not melt
ar better make a cement with~ sia
irts of dry clay and one of, Iron fllt
gs, made Into a paste with bolin,
PROFEssOR BE~AL states that he ha
any time seedled land to grass with~
it another crop, and always received
fair yild of grass the first year wit
>rng seeding, and a good crop wiLl
il feeding. If cewn in early autumni
ae animal weeds die out -and lear
ac gr'ass to take the load in t,he sprin'g
FAT pigu suffer greatly from tlie hen
summer. When yarded and acces
a watei; In which to roll hI Is denleil
Leir yard should be parth\lly shadei(h
IT Is Shrewdly suggested that on
aeon why farms do not pfay thel
iners Is that thol~ arm (1003 not ow
em anythingr. ,Thiere' are no bett,
vestments -for farmers than thios<
ade in t,he farm Itself.
1'T Ia the estimate of an observini
ritor that aboutL 75$. per cent. of al
te cattle Iii Amierica are pure scrubs
ith no Infusion whatever of gooi
oodl. A large proportion of th
'ades, too, are of a very inferior type
B7oth In Elche and Alieanieo on th
utheast coast of~ Spai, M. A. Richart
atps that grovesof date.palms ileural
soils haturated'with sea-Water.
r Oyrb g WIKing oP I ei ia, eqb ing ti
qq ~ophon, 'was b otiglit ,qpi ort d1i i.
hlt ri e r li I k and irase, tr E
were added; and't e family namie o
I I'abli and Lentll, iamo the' Bomne,
e were derived from thelr dtStot1ry
i and possibly exclusive dleof beani
Send, Jentils. Egsi d app ls,with j
y little bread;-; Were for centurie6. th(
I alpha pd omega of a loman dinner,
I and, in earlier timeu, even, bread ianu
e turutps, if not turnips alone, whiotl
e; the patriot Clnoinnatus, thought aSit
t f1lenf for his -wants. It Is' Mni1t
that our temperance societies direet
r their efforts only against the fluid. pril
a of our diet; a league of teiperatE
a eaters would certainly find.. lt.rgt
a field for reform.' But in t$$ly to(
v thing.was attembted by. a enetian1
e nobleman of the fifteenth century, who
o restricted himself to a daily. allowance
i of ten ounces of solid food, a'id six
, ounces of wine, and prolonged his lift
to 102 years. Though he dId not or
p ganize his followers: Into a pooLety,
a his example and his voluminous writ
ings influenced the manners of hb
it country- for mnany years. He would
o not have gained kany members hi
y "Russia and Germany; but throughout
Southern Europe frugality, in the trueai
old Latin- sense,is. by n6 meanssrare.
Lacour; a Marseilles 'longshordman,
earned from 10 to 20 francs a day,
loaned noney on interest, and gave
a alms, -but" slept at night in his basket,
and subsisted on 14 onions a. day,
which preserved him in excellent
e health and humor. A pound of bread
t with six ounces of poor cheese, and
such berries as the roadside may
offer, constitute the daily rations of
the Turkieh soldier on. the march. A
n correspondent of a . ondon.paper was
served with a dish of radishes in a Cat
alon tavern, in Spain, and ventured tc
r remark that radishes wore taken after
meals in Northern Europe. "You can
get some more after finishing these,"
pWas the reply.: The radishes consti
tuted the dinner.
Not that men should, but that they
r can live on.bread alone, is abundantly
proved by the records of the Old World
prisons. Silvio Pellico, the Italian pa.
triot, subsisted for seven years on
coarse, rye bread and water, which ex
1 perience had taught him to prefer to
the putrid pork soup of his Austrian
bastilo. The prisoners of the Khedive
wero fed on rice and Indian corn, till
the praye:i of the French residents and
his American officers induced him to
sweeten their bitter lot by a weekly
bottle of diluted molasses.
Fedor Darapski, born in 1774, in
Eastern loland, was brought to the
government of Novgorod in his twenty.
second year as a consc'rlpt to the lus
sian army, and was soon after sent
enced to death for mutiny and assault
with intent to kill. The Empress
Catherine, acting on a recommenda
tion of the Governor of Novgorod,
a commuted his sentence to imprison
if ent for life, but ordered that on every
anniversary of the deed, (an attempt
a to kill his colonel), the convict should
receive forty lashes and be kept on half
rationafor a week after; the full ration
e being two.pounds of black bread and a
.jug of cold water. On these terms
. Darapski was boarded till 1803I, when
i at the approach of his ninetieth birth
3 day he was again recommended* to
a mercy, .and lIberated by order of the
Even the story of Nebuchadnezzar
El may be mere than an allegory, as the
a wild berries, roots, and grass seeds of
0 the Assyrlan valleys contained surely
as much nourishment as sour rye
-bread, and who knows but graiss itself
might do for a while, since the Slavon
1 ian peasants often subsist for weeks at
a time on* auer crout anud cabbage
r Coraican farmers live all winter on
' dried fruit and chestnut meal, and the
SIoors of medJioval Spain used to pro
'A vision their fortilled cities with cheat
nuts and olive oil. During the siege
of Lucknow the native soldiers asked
'that the little rice left be given tc
3 their British comrades; as ['or them
3 selves, they could do with the soup.
-1. e., the water in which the rice bad
"been boiled I
SThe most remarkable. case of absti
noenco, combined wvith robust strength,
Sis furnished in the record or Shiamyl.
- the heroic Circ'assian, who for the lasI
a year of the wvar that ended with hii
Scapture, had niothiing but water for his
0 drink and roasted beochnuts for his
e food, and yet month after month he
P dleled the power ot the great Rlussiarl
Empire in his native mountains, and
repeatedly cut his way through the
ranks of his .would-be captors with the
arm of a Hercules.'
WH AT STRUCK IM hf0OST.-FIrst
Qitizen--Been to B3oston, hiaie you? .
. Second Citizen-Yes..
"What struck you most forcibl
S " What struck me as peuliar was the
faict that there are no barbers thlere."
. "No; they are all tonsorial artists and
y abbreviators of capillary attachments.''
rLOOKING A1IEA D.-"Pese, ma'am.
I will you give me something to eat? I
haven't had a morsel to-day," said a
tramp at a farm-house. "Why, man'
what do you .mean?'' said the lady1
' ayo've got a large loaf of bread under
I vour arms why don't you eat that?'
"If I did -that what would.-I do to.
morrow?"' said the tramp.
A LONG LOOK AIIEAD.-Young
( [Iusband-".It does seem to me you
might learn how to cook better than
that; my miother-" Young Wife
8 "There, that will do; I refrain from
i earning -how -to cook on principle,"
"Oh, you do; thinking of mei, ~of
course?" "No, of my son," "Sony'
"Yes, I don't intend he shall ev-er make
Sany nice girl miserable braggig about
SwmL.r No. 1 (p'retending to mistake
for aii usher a rival whom he sees
-standing in eveniiig dress at the cloak~
room door of the theatre:
S "Ahi Have you a programmne?'
Swell NIo. 2(equal to.the occasion):
"Thanks, my mian.--.got one froini
the other fellow."
many lodges did 'you say your husband
belonged to?5' she suddenly asked.
"Mercy on me, but think of a nian
being out fifteen nights A week I 'Im
really glad that I'm a widow" ' -
BECxAUSE SDE SOIRATONES AAnr ....
"Does your husband still call you by
pot names?"- one married lady asked
I "Well, not quite, When we were
2 first marred he used to call me a kitten,
now h0 Asis mua n .d at."
oa1. and "mntly e lnoa-es c
t e r bl ter, t r t o
. oguo ;Oatd,bitter q r bad e~to i.
ighedlordelargpti~to,' d17iU9a, i q1011
hoadot s, ur yeag ht,.- foating speaks
foro. the o ,' 110?T11s prostrAtion .or e.
litusttou, irritabili..oo' temper hot flushem
altoaung With :hlll eusahions, shar
itinig transient paina boe and thero, co1
feet,: drounes tr meals, wvakefulness, o
"diStUr d : and . u refreshing sleop, constan,
indesgr ablo feelin' of dread, or of impend
itou hael, or any consldorablo numbe
of t symptoms, you are sufrering frori
t atmot'oowwou of A on maladies -
Dilious ,yapea, or rpdlver, associate
with 'Dysp PSIRa, or Iu Igostio. The rnor
complaea your diseAs aa become, th
rater the number and divel y of symp
0a dtA e~ lel i reached
will subdue 'it, it taken acoording to direc
tiona for a reasonable length of time. If no
cured eom lleations multily.and Consump
o DftoLl nDlsae Retsepsc
covory Eed DiI
th ogh a poat -biuo, the rr,an
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purities, frm" ver alise arili it i
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Dr. Pleroe. dolden 1lledical Din
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"Oh, I'm afraid, Mrs. Jones, yol
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you could easily keep him home c
evenin2s.' Why don't you do ias'I do?'
"How do. you manage?".
"Why, I a,lways keep a bote of goo
Whiskey and a box of boar in the house
-so t,hat J'ohn has no excuse for spendinj
his nights 'at the saloons."
"liut isn't that expensive?"
"Expaensivel[ .No, indeed; it doesn'1
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h ess ases hAv been permanently rured.
shall be glad to send two ht.os of my remned
vPuss to nmy of youir roado' w ho have conmumap
ta i dreyss, l sen me their Eixpress and 1'.
T.des. RespectUlly.,11 Peari St., N. Y
Imitatiorn andsbatn in 'my Characte
are but synonyms for weakness.
'eI (ure Fits."
Th1it heaMing is a famuillar. sight to most newy
al err,e i raa i a appearedi renlal-y inI th
Dr. II. (4. Iteos, of 183 Pearl St., Neow York a1.
a world wide reputation as a suedessful sapl
.it in tis distressin diSease, and hias, no doubl
outed more cases -. all all otier doctors coni
blued. As an evid'ence of go faitht heW (do01
sends a free sao1 bOttle of -11is remedy -to a'
p h ie s nrice re. t tthey give their a
If you do not wli$I to'hbecome po0
quickly, do not hlurry to .become rich
In hunndreds of eases, Hlood's ;8arsaparilla, br
purifying andenfriching the jblood, hai prpvp
potent1 remedy for theamallsa hoe, Cf yotl
unifer the palssanil aoked of hi'. 'dlseas,, it is
fair to ashtume that hood's 5$gitilllH citr
you. Giveit a trist.
Charity . may one.- multitude o
sins;. .b'u) that is not its' egular bush
hobu~IiO( i pg~uefrDoa
'oo d k to
f 40 ou a,olioy in our non-forfelt.
blo, nl, ssesaable, 4double1-j.l)tPr
O'lulity .cOlspany." observed l."1.-ur.U'
I n't 11bw," replied tio
Nut you should think or your wife
l and-fatblly. If anything should hap
' All, right; go ahead with you[r
P t pol,i.o
,"Thanksp Youtiame,.business and
"Dickson Jones, base ball umigre,
a lo "t"
Oh, er-oxo se mie--i'm sorry, but
I'ii tfraid I can't stay any longer just
e wOW. God bye."
A ROKY OLD ROAD.--"I wish I'd
known when single as much about mar
ried life as- .1 do now," grumbled a
traveling man whose regular duty it
was to keep the cradle oscillating.
"Yes, it is too bad , that we can't
learn in any way except by experience.
Out don't fret. The course of true
love never runs smooth, you know."
"No, i've found that out. . It's a
rocky old road." And he gave the
cradle a jolt that made the stove-pipo
"I want to thank you " writes a young
inan to' B. F. Johnson I. Co., Richmond,
Vs., "for placing me in a position by which
I am enabled to make money faster than I
ever did before." This is but a samplo ex
tiact of the many hundred similar letters
received by the above firm. See the ad
vertisement in another column.
There's nothing like settling with
ourselves, as there's a deal, we must do
without in this life.
Frazer Axle Grease.
One trial will convince you that it is tho
best. Ask your dealers for the Fiazer
- Axle Grease, and take no other.* Every
box has our trade mark on.
A FOOL OF A DoCTOR.-First Omaha
,Man-Wby; I thought Dr. Blank was
Second Omaha Man-THe was, but I
gave him up; lie's a born idiot.
"Oh, come nowl you must be pre
"Well, you can judge for' yourself.
Ile said there was nothing tho matter
with me but excessive eating."
"Maybe it's so."
- "So! Why, I board."
WHAT HIE WoULD SAY.--A mar
iled couple were out promenading in
the suburbs of Austin one .day. Pres
ently the wife said:
'"Think, Albert, if the brigands
should come now and take me from
*Impossible, my dear."
"But supposing they- did come and
carly me away, what would you ray?"
"I should say," replied the husband.
"that the brigands were new at tl:e
, business. That's all."
Increased in Size.
Arile f En
Flight Hon. W
Gen. George (
- 'WILL BB oIVEN~ IN
200 Short .
Twelve Pages Weekly, it
sizo of the paper almost one-half
tions, without any advance in the
I / 'onThanksgivIng and
P 1'tnre, whick are a'fatgro of
Addres ERR~Y M~
~obdaen 00tfies arid fDokh
is.ono of the moat 4iatiesslug afl'eotons; and pe
pip mho are ite victims deserve synpatby. Bt
thegreat aticcesf lI6d' SatiapaYillp has had -
curlog sick licaaach'o make It iseem almuost foe
lah t9 allow, tho trouble to coutinue, By its tonit
and invigorating effe't upon the digestive organ
llood's - Sareaparilla readily gives reliof who
iheadache arises from Indigestion; and in neura
Rio condltlions,by building up the d'bilitated aj
Lein; Hfood's Matsaparilla reinoves' tke cause an
Ihneo; overcomes the dluitty. .
."Jy wife suffered from sick Ieatlacle antd not
ralig'a. Aftr taking Hood's Sar.aparilla she wa
nluuch relieved." 's. It."BAn s, Wilmnington, Ohlc
"I have taken Hood's Sarsaparia for. catarri
oad it hias done inc a great deal of good. I re
'otumend It to all within my roach." .UTuxa 1
IIonnuis, East Thonmpson. Ut.
iold by till drtggtats. $1; six orio. Prepared onl
by C. 1. IIOOD.& CO., Apotlhecarlos,Lowoll, Masi
100 Doses One Dollar
t - otatd at ouc u
otperation or de1
[rousabnt ne s ; oa eo y tousauv s of citrea. Ilk!'
6t Amtt'Il. ittndiy 8 tollt A St[ AA',le Nr
She . o the FraerLbr
1OiR ALL. $80 a eeek .and exponse
WORK( a Valuable oulit and particular
reP. 0, VIUKS1tY. Augusta. h1c
pOo OO Lals\'nelt useon
(eIlove Nervous IIenda ho and thes die o i fnsrt olltei
lsueci by alt otbrr hair inis. Sample 3ox Or.
Addreds (I. E. . .O.. Vineland, Now Jereol
PAY the F EIIC "I
To En oFn oa res.
Iron Levers, iteel Reari 5s, Bruet
T'are Searn and Beam Boex tsr
EirYS' ati sos. For free on-is lis
aln Wbespa er and address
BINIIAMTO$. . f.
G501.n is vorth $5.. per lb. l'ettIt's Rye Salve I
cou.i.osi c. os s"." nn
Oo worth S1.OW, but is sold at 23c. a box by dalers 003Amd wokn o
BETY-s tge wrking fohu
oatrni own horses and tal ir tim
st es. Sa m t s a be ro ter l
ni!oed also. A few vacancies In towns and chie
,1 OINSON & CO., 1015 Maint., ichmond, Vam
ain on 'em in dryl yet. N
OP tI' as. pay till
A Pf AUSIBLh:TIIroRY.--Or,D MRSi
BF.NTLY-([n art gallery reading tin
arning : "These ate valuable ol
nasters and must not be touched.")
"'What's that fer, d'yo a'poseP"
Old Mr. inently-tI guess thl
sant on 'em ain't dry yet."
yno hudegte el1nw . deua
and tover th
outh T s CoSnt
Finely Irvlu setchs
n centi Atho ;Bi
~hor o rt.e Brti Andote :n
Ef laadstoy ;n or
ialad Cfegtpgs i lbegenary o
n thuire oSlier wellh nrn and P.Ojmla
Srd.teriorChlk Str a
Tfrowbachek Co Ja. 8st,eph
uiy a ND fron that daotJan i
le o ncsti offe r wiketice
nSbietic AHtileay Bri
Dhistmaso weig t pages c, wi th e Coale
stesCriompineou. Thywl oug
Sio & Co, 4PepleI
eis t p in tnamo r1'aandn f.e0.
A'6GRA NOF~ '.~
Solid Rolled Gold Rin s almost
I eungemlet fiang, e. la 10 a
'otld ia A with two Uleted 4 a .
lllamon setlIg, *Go Oo 1W 04*I . f
D eI ed i e .
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..loband MfSoiddle-Agoled M.d~ae. Qhvlu
ch.arge frosrisl.00 to $1.10 for slapi not has good. We.rll
echwrfullyre asd thff mosey to ay dissatiefled cahlooer. WVith ' "
eah lu w sndOrLageIlusrae Catelogut or W tchea
smo a cash. Rogp e1gyt"paid to .ay posto ceat tJlstd
t totes bilt not to Caned.. leolf a thisc~ :7 8shdyertaddreal to
The Domestio Mfg.Uo.' Wligford1Oonne
AioGroat Medoa Wkf
substan"d *indei' Mf.aa
and ccao Ing a*.'in wra..per. !leat.
Ni. ile I l aer.sW.t"S ao
lis1, 1 lies aVbsoutl cure tonsUofjtlu .
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rentmtu ."tl w a itay in*'lu
vior t rtha t w i hotv l d an d tyue Attut
sue ttal enibo a tbin.. usiton.a eu i dn d
trd-)ak . Iutre.11tc alou Wv. 4A.Onert, -.
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foetito oancsd tethrtn agi)ain DpA. Iman a
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cue a enro athe foknowng t te olo
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