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mIT A ATALiTIEs, .
The death of Kaiser Wilhelm,.ex
Gov Ho auker J. W Drexel,
at S months,
but also for
] 1 :sttong, well,
robust an, over six feet high, siokens
p tW ,eo tshe saine
fate and h'e was apparently the person
'T*b8ez)thie Philadelphia banker,' andi
Sr t E Atty.aG1es wre srd
d"zly gut, og in the. iIst of great.vse'
fulfes, M.by' 3r:ght disease, and Dr.
Carpenter, the well-known New York.
hpbysidian, sudq ly died of Kidney die
' ade, .never hatvin lusjected that he was
This re lids hesf (the case of Dr,
FranJi Hawtiorn, of; New Orleans.
.e was leoturIngbefore. the Louisiana
lniversity on t.be peouliarly: deceutive
p atcter of iKtdhey = diseaie and the
ai4 bf mis8rbscopical anig chemi
o h b " cp od. d t~ own specimen after
i eO 4iQaaod fluids, and made
,v.ery cl e point that kidney die
iiennay ex st wikhout, the knowledge.
or suspicion of t' Pet -o -prac
tioner, with gracieus oe1cQn(lde'ice he
remarked, "Now, 'gentlemen, let me
show you the healthy water ora strong,
He applies the test!
"Gentlemen, I have made a terrible
discoveryl "be gasps," I myself have
the fatal Bright's diseasel"
In less than a year the specialist of
the'pmmonestand mhost fatal of diseases
,weq dead. He H as a victim of advanced
citInAy disease the- presence of which
In himself he bad never suspected !
L. B. PnIcE, M. D., a gentleman and
physician of the highest standing of Han
over C. H., Va., tour years ago, aftertry
ing every other remedy for bright's dis
ease, including famous mineral waters,
cured himselt by Warner's Safe Cure,
and March 24, 1888, wrote: "f have
never had the sliihest symptoms of my
old and feartul trouble."
MR. JOHN DOUGHERTY, of Concord, N. H.,
was given up with Brigh,t's disease by.
the best. physicians in 1879. He was in
a dreadful state. After using and being,
cured in 1881 by Warner's Safe Cure, in
1887, he wrote: "I am bolter than ever.",
JOHN COLEMAN, ESQ., 100 Gregory St.,
New Haven, Conn., was first taken sick
in 1873, gradually ran down until he had,
pronounced Bright's disease, rheumatisn
and all the other deceptive signs of kid
ney disease. The best physicians in New
Haven could do nothing for'him. He
then began using Warner's Sate Cure,
200 botties of which ho and his family,
have used and lie is cured.
W. T. CRAWFORD, proprietor St. Charles
Hotel, IZichmoud, Va., and well.known
iill throbgh:the South, several years ago
was in the death-agony from kidney dis
ease, ,Ggnvulsions .and bright's, disease.
The: 1'Iiladelphia specialists in such
I.$ Q)ii i ,pronouneed him practically dead
unit incurable. Everything else failing,
lhe took Warner's Safe Cure abundantly
and regularly, until fully restored to
health, and niow ho says, "After a lapse
of mnany years I am as sound as a dollar,
with noe symptoinsaof my old trouble. I
~tiv&,.'th. most universal,' the most fa-.
if the most learned men cannot
know without the use of microscopical
anq9hemi)cal tests1tihat they. have id
neAsase, :~p nWocmtph ore liable is
t,'.I dn ito be. umkwolo-. to himself,
tn the very' jaws of deathl, who does
not feel as well as formerly, but wvho
does not think anythipg specially ails
hihn, and whose physician may assure
*him that lie will soon be "all right."
In these days, people recognize that
it is wiser to, prevent disease than to
await its arrival to cure it. When you
know that you may be in the greatest
per-il and pot have any idea of the fact
from any defined set of ill-feelmngs, the
wisest course to pursue is to followv the
counsel and experience above outlined,
and thtorougly renovate the system,
cleanse the blood, tone the nerves and
insure. your own life against these
common, mysterious fatalities.
A waste product of an important
chiemical. process is a liquid as colorless
na distilled water, but twice as heavy.
This, is claimed by an inventor at the
Miechanic's Fair, Boston, to be a valua
ble element in 'the storage battery. He
has discovered that when used in place
of the usual solution in the storage
battery It intcreases both its eflictency
and;its capacity (or retaiiIng its charge
to an endimous degree. B3ut not onliy
this, the inventor is almost thunder
struck at thle effect of a further expe
*ringent'.with, the liquid the other day.
iMixmg it with a certain substance,
~writes a correspondent, whopse nature
he kee$...secret for the present, uind
. bharging a bottle of it with electricity
from a dynamo, the result has bet-n a
britfitil'wbf"ot'eiiitire contents,- a
ighit wlilih has lasted undiminishied
ver sInce.- -'7ISis, 'ita the' inventor's
lpes are borne ot .jhe result will be
.tn electric lamp thit'Mrnay be' freely
transpo *ywhere, Jasting for a
hqft ohn g, .and
~a mday mmmnm mm
dohe is fr[on os~
in th~ ;, e feour.
si hing n
intensit y eildhig to. it. It
is equally successful in all the forms
.of aguq,.but.itis acuzious fact that the
casei W'ih1e)i it failed to cure were all
ia said that Jay Gould enjoyed tile
div6 Ansation of a short balloon trip
4b~~te0'0' -got~ the earth, and lie
pro $,went up t0 take a look at the
r BjA6 pe who knows would ox.
- p)aini vw y there la so much more cough
IdE't~ h squtate Inch in a church con..
greg, Dn thayti in a theatre audience
he swoidI bolve a much-vexed question'
Wint. a piece of land is not lIt for
eti11iv&bt% , yet -produces a growth of
s uel g even of weeds, it may be
d$iot toteep, as the sheep will eat
TAIooA CUAp OUSTaiw..--Sak
ive desseltspoonsful of taplooa in one
Pn)t of cold* water fdr live hours. Boil
a quart of milk sitpply to the foam, not
longer, add at once the tapiooa and
wate'r with a good pinch of talt. ;1tir
antil foiling hot, then kdd gradually
the beaten yolks of three eggs stirred
into a - heaping cupful of fine sugar;
boil again, stirring constantly for five 1
minutes. Turn out into a bowl and
itir gently into the cooling mixture the
whites of the eggs beaten to a stiff
Proth. Flavor with lemon juice or
urange sherbet and set aside on the 'ice
In molds to stiffen. A hot tapioca pud
l ing, which is - delicious, is made by
moaking the same quantity of tapioba
iqs tbree pints of mlik; let it stand in a
warm place, not hot enough to cook it
until the grains are quite swollen and
soft.. kThen teat up the yolks of four
eggs with a half pint of sugar and the
rated rind of a lemon, with all of the
gice, if it is not a very large on. Put
-<a pan; which it ills to the top, and
bake in a quick oven, until the top is
qultk a brown crust; serve hot. -
To sERVE asparagus in a tempting
manner pick out that which is slender
and green. Cut it in half-inch lengths
as far as tender, dropping the pieces
into a pan of cold water. Now put in
a saucepan a small piece of flutter, an
onion (whole), pepper, salt, and'a dozen
luu,ps of white augar. LiOG the pieces
of asparagus out of the cold water, and
without draining them, put them into
the saucepan with the ingredients and
cover them all closely; then set the
saucepan over, the Ore where the con
tents may stew briskly for fifteen or
twenty minutes, or until tender. Be
fore serving remove the onion and
cQUAsIi AND APPLII.-Peel and
slice enough squash to half fill a deep
pie plate; then till it with apples peeled
and sliced; put over the top a cupful of
sugar and a level teaspoonful of any
powdered spice preferred; cover the pie
with a cream crust, wetting the edge of
the dish to make the crust adhere; bake
the pie for three-quarters of an hour;
use it hot or cold; use sugar with the
pit, and clotted cream, if it is liked;
the creaip Is not difficult to prepare.
GOOSEBERRY JA1.-To. make goose
berry jam, stew the berries in a little
water, put them through a coarse sieve
put them back into the kettle, add
three-quarters of a pound of sugar to
each pound of the stewed berries. Boil
for about three-quarters of an hour,
and they will need constant stirring or
they will certainly burn. You can eas
ily determine whether a jam requires
more boiling by taking a small quantity
out on a saucer. If it loots bright and
glistening, and no water-like juice sur
rounds it on the saucer, it is sa[e to in
ter that it is done.
UHERRY DUMPLING. - Take two
cups of flour. Add one cup of water,
mix quickly but thoroughly with a
spoon, roll out and cut into squares.
Lay in the centre of each a sutllcient
quantity of stoned ohierries and bring
the corners of the square neatly togeth
er. Put in cloths, previously dusted
with dry flour, and cook in boiling wa
ter in the usual way,
to make a stiff batter. Add as many
cherries as can be stirred in. Steam it
two hours and serve wvith sauce.
(P'each dumplings or peach pudding
may be made fromn the above recipes by
substit'utinr, of course, the peaches for
GuREEN CURRIANT TART and goore
berry tarts are in order. All the fruit,
acids are useful at this time of year,
and both green currants and goose
berries retain plenty of it ever after
they are cooked. The so-called un
wholesomeness of cooked green fruit
comes from eat,ing it with too many
other things, and other acids-vinegar,
tomatoes, lemon Ice cream, &c. Fruit,
acids, by thiemselves, are nature's aher
bets, and the gooseberry and currant
have an amount of potash in them
which plays its part in food chemistry.
A NOVEL way to serve lettuce ia, af
ter washing and looking over carefully,
to pour a dressing over it made by fry
ing out the fat from a slice of ham,
cutting tihe ham in small pieces before
irying; when the fat Is at t,he boiling
pont, add a cup of vinegar, let It boil
for a minute or two, then pour over
the lettuce;'garnish with cold boiled
eggs cut in rings.
BEET ToPs.-The tops of young
beets, if treated in the same way as
Spinach, but boiled for half an hour In
stead of ten minutes, will be round very
similar to spinach, and quite as good.
The dish should be of large red and
white beets, and seasoned, garnished
.with slices cut from the roots sprinkled
plrntifully with pepper.
To FRY CAULIFLOWER.-Drl n and
cut into slices a firm-boiled cau liowoi-,
Dip these into a batter made of a beat
on egg and a little milk, flour and salt.
Fry until of a light brown color and
servo with a br6wn sauce.
IIUCKLE~nER RY PU~DDING SAUCE.
A nice gauce to serve wit,h huckleberry
pudding is made of one cup of whIte
'sQgar, a third of a cuip of butter, half a
clup of creams put into a saucepan, and
'add half a teacupful of boIling water.
44t it simmer gently on the stove for
nyve minutes, stir it carefully; flavor
With ai few drops of vanila.
AsPAnAGUS is delicious if a piece of
tender lamb -15 cooked with it. Or it
inay be boiled. in stock made of the
bones and remains of a chicken. Serve
with thin slices of toast. After vou
are tired of having It plain, it will ap
p'ear alniost like a now dish, and be
eaten with relish if cooked in thIs way.
A stTOE of candled fruit Is one of
the new fancies for 'sweetenmng the
afternoon teacup. Lemon juice insteadl
of cream makes a refreshing drInk
either for cold or hot tea.
,As aooDi a general rule as can be
followed ini canning small fruits is to
take one-third of a pound of sugar to a
pound of fruit, and with about a tea.
cupful 6f water to a pound of stigar,
make a sirup and skim it well. Then
add the fruit, boil about ten minutes,
AN entree of great merit is made by
dipping slices of ripe tomatoes into n
batt,er made of flour, sweet milk and
an egg, and then frying them a delicate
CAroR ras>,r BEF9nn Tunr
[IAou.-There is a fragment of
iatural history well to keep in mind
lust now. This is the life history of
he hairy caterpillars, which year after
rear, destroy -the foliage of the trees
which beautify the city in the spring.
When the grown up caterpillars have
levoured - all the leaves, they descend
the'trunks of the treer nearly or quite
oo the.ground, or drop from them and
iAn spin their cocoons or webs. The
females never entirely leave these silky
ueste, butrwhen they arrive at maturiLy
lay their eggs in a frothy looking
slbster about the coo ous and then
perish. The eggs, safely protected from
storms and cold, hatch -about tho
middle of May. and Lien the work of
Jestruction. of the foliage is again
begun. In the autumn the white
oocoons with the white froth-like
eluster of eggs are quite ct tspiouous
in crevices on fences Ant i i and in
the corrugations of the bark of trees,
and filling the augles of tree boxes.
F.>rtunately all, or almost all, the eggs
are laid within easy reach, and persons
who desire to preserve their trees can
easily do so. All that is necessary is
to go carefully over the - trees and
examine all the sheltering nooks where
the tufts of silky cocoons still remain,
pick them out and burn them. As a
further protection it Is Well to paint
with coal tar a ring about njx inches
road ent irely around the trunk of the
trees,. about six feet from the ground.
If the tar is freely used and care is
taken that it goes into all the irregulari
ties of the bark the young caterpillars,
yhich sometimes escaped even a care'ul
search, find it impossible to pass this
ring. Very few are batched out at
any greater distance from the ground.
Thus, at the expense of a little time
and trouble, the pest cart be practically
removed from the protected tree. Itis
too much to expect that all trees in
town will bo thus guarded, but if every
citizen would take care of his own ti eee
much would be done toward preserv
ing the city sle-walks from unsightly
disfigurement and from an annual dis
OLD horses often do not do well le
cause their teeth get sharp or sore.
They should be examined and filed
smooth. There is a file called a
"float" made on purpose to do such
work. If one cannot be had a black
smith's file will do very well in the
hands of a careful man. Examine and
see if the grinders are not rough and
sharp on the outside so that they out
the inside of the cheeks. If they do
this the horse will not chew well and
oats will not be masticated nor will
they eat much hay, Horses often pet
poor on account of their teeth hurting
them. Young horses are sometimes
affected but not so frequently as old
ones. The grinders should be made
level so they will it to each other or
else the food will not be chewed and
there will be a constant waste.
IT is no small job shelling 200 or
300 bushels of corn, whatever method
is adopted. Perhaps for economy in
labor and ease the old way of tramp
ling it out by horses is as good for
large lots a ~any. TIhe hndt shel6ere
require two men to work them to ad
vantage, one to ture and another to
plade the ears. One hundred bushels a
Btili a hangs8heller saves a good deal
over the naked hand. In shelling coin
for poultry it is better to shell and feed
one ear at a ime, giving the fowvls ai
chance to eat more slowly, but tuis can
lie managed by feeding slowly even
though the corn is all shelled before
the feeding begins.
RATION FOR LAMDs.-OneO of the
best practical farmers-in central Newi
York, Jonathan Talcott, of Rome,
ays that the best rat ian for young
lambs has net yet been found out, but
of which lambs are very fond is com
posed -of equal parts of corn and oat
mejil, linseed meal and wheat bran.
This will probably be considered by
many a rich feed; if so, they can reduce
the corn and linseed-meal, and so make~
less fattening food. He prefers the
corn and oats ground for young lambs
to whole grain. After they become
large, and for grown sheep, wvhole graiun
Is preferred for his feeding, as thec
sheep grind their grain very effectually
themsolves, thus saving the trouble of
getting it ground.
ONLY one quart of milk per cow foi
each day may be the turning poiuut
between profit and loss in the dairy.
As some cows will yield'twice as much
as others, it becomes the duty of the
dairyman to raise his cows and use only
those from good milking families. Nc
dairyman can succeed who buys fresi
cows to replace those that dry off, as
the chances are against him. No cow~
can be depended upon as a milker unt.i
she shall have been tested.
As a green mnanur at crop sow foum
bushels of the Southern cow pea .in
May on an acre of ground. After it
shall have begun to blossom, and be..
come green and bushy, turn the cro01
under, using a two.horse plo0w, witha
chain, for pressing dlown the vin's. It
decomposes quickly, and if. twenty
bushels ef lime be then applied the
and'wil be suiltable for grass.
CLEAN Ur.-Early in the spring is
the time to clean up your yards,
gardens and premises generally. De.
caying vegetable matter left out over
winter, breeds diseases upon the return
of warm weather. Direct the atten
tion of your wives and servants to this
important f,act and have them attend
to putting everything in proper sanitari
condition, while you sit in some ether
fellow's business place, telling what
you would do if you were a single man
andl had a thousand dollars,
A DAIRY woman gives tihe following
advice about churning. Oroam should
never be churned fast until It has
thiokendd some. as It Is likely to become
frothy, especially in cold weather, as
there is more milk taken off with thne
cream than in warm weather, where
open settling Is practiced. If one is in
a hurry the best plan is to make haste
by churning slow at first.
IT is bad policy to -wash harness
with soap, as the potashi injures the
leather. If the harness becomes rusty,
rub off the dirt as well as possible
withi a soft brush, and apply a. dressing
of grain black, folloWed with oil or
tallow. which will fasten the color and
make the leather soft and_pliable.
IHAVING .the cream' daily uin LII
enough for a churning has acoumula
ted is wrong. The best butter 14 made
from cream that has been receritly re.
xmovar from tha'mik
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Stomach and Liver Diseases, and all
affections of the Kidneys.
AS A NERVE TON10, It Strengthens
and Quiets the Norve.
AS AN ALTERATIVE, It Purifies and
Enriches the Blood.
AS A LAXATIVE, It acts midly, but
surely, on the Bowels.
AS'A DIURETIO It Regulates the Kid.
noys and Cures their Disoases.
'tecommonded by professional and businessmen.
Price $z.oo. Sold by druggists. Send for circulars.
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO. Proprietore,
Wholly unlilce artifilml system.
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Any booiesrne4o. In one realttg.
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1800 utPPstltisla. 1113 at Wasehintton, 4210 at
eton argeo arot ot Uot>tl)la Law tt'loutd, at
anen v r , aberlin, University of Pen .. Mihl
aanl oryUtia' t'tdqus, &A~. &o. Ru ureodi by
UlonAnD Piooron, ltQ. dentist Hone W. r As"on.
ODAS P. 1ihXPJAMIN, Juulfe (inoN. Dr. PPnowNt. IS
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auh ycrFpneo.Pros1 .',tue Po1T RBit
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'AakstuAN Aue.t )as' Dlazrot, Augusta, lualue.
L YOU WILLMAVEC MONET
INE4 B Time, Palin, Troublo
nt andi wll CUlE
S Ely's Cream Balm
to ~. Apply Balm into eaoh nostril.
UsA ELY nROS. E6 Wa'rou at., N. Y.
QENTS' HAT BAZAAR,
1, 8 & 5 New Clurcli St., cora Fulton St
>i- RWtK CITY,
Largest Ar Po. La..s. styles.
G wL s"or r - eltt' ityE Se I
A B3AD ow Yorker
hatd the bjad I rain his ankle.
lHe managed to' o Is office, where
there was a telej o. He hobble I to
it, hie catlledl up lhe family doctor,
whose olice a in alem.
"I1 have sprained my leg; what shall
.I do for it?"
"19hiere have you Injured your leg?"~
asked the doctor.
"On the cornier of (.hambers street
That made it easier to prescribe, of
A Groiat Oirer.a
In another part of this paper will be tond
the advoettlsementof a p ottumentt so tp Manufa3
turing Firmi of" Bttfa o. Tncii offer i at pecu.
liar Otte tron tho fsaut .hat ti - fltrm wtii sO .d. to
anyl kub$cirheLr of thtuis ppr who. wtil scudt their
adldrests on a psostat otirm, a case of alkortedi
a'&mmity andi l-o.dt 8 aip ont 80 m ays' trial. Tu'~e
8oaps is probably its too as can he0 mado11; btit yet
in addittlon, there wvist 00 patcke I in each case,
for a ltlmate.t tima3, a grCeat. atr.ay of preseuts,
premiumxs, exrtas, etc, for_whicht no enarge IS
madoe. Y ou ctauot weols atl?ard to miss thits bar
g. an, so send your taddresos at once to J. D. Lar
ktt a co., Buua.so, N. Y.
IbTUDY OF OJJEo'TS.-Exaiminatlon
P'rofehsor-Ilow many legs have linseOLh?
Candidate-65 p>er Cent of insects
have no legs at all, 11 per cent have
one, 14 per cent two or three, 10 per
cent four oi' five, but none air.
-1Professor-[low in the world did you
get this answer?
Candidate-Bly carefully examining
the collectlin belonging to the universi
B3uttermilk cLII aused w ih wheat
middlings and groundi oats, with plenty
of grass, is the bost food for growing
News Abo:it Town.
It is ,the curremnt report about town that
Kemp' l Bnlham for the Throat and- Lungs
is making somne remnarkcable oures wviti pee
1)1e who arc troubiltd with Coughs, Asthma,
Blronobitis anti Consum ption. Any d rug.
gist, will give you a trial bottle free of cost.
It is guarapt'eod to rohiove ana cure, Largo
bottles, 50 cents anti $1.
One housewife cleans her tda kettle
with strong iroda and soap and then
'keeps an oyster shell in it to collect the
sediment I romn the water.
PnoUD) FATHERC - I believe, my
deal, that that baby known as much as
Mother (gazing at the infaint)-Yes,
poor little fellow.
Fuox a pretty woman's aibuln.-SA
stupidl fellow complIments a woman on
her pretty teeth, but a clover one
makes her haugli.
A 2-YEAU.R-OLDboy can be kept quiet
for a minute and a half If you give him
a hammer and a mirror.
A fair trial of Hlootd!s Sarsaparilia for scrofuila,
salt rhep m, or alny alfsootion eaused' by Impure
blood, o' ow state of the system, will be suincient
t o convince any one of the superior andi pec(tlar
curaftve powers of tils nmediolno. Buy it of your
dtuggist. 100 Doses 0n0 Dollar.
A small piece of salt pork cooked
with string beans adds a flavor and
richness likedjgy many.
P IS:Al Flsst pu euby Dr. ,Ke'oGet
velous cures. Tientise and $2.m i0 tilbottle froe to
Fit oases. Send to Dr. Klne.I'al Arcn St.,Pala.,Pa,
B3ookcases have ver'y properly been
shorn of doors and curtains of plush or
WN AT WAS WSA.--"feal hprini
day?" he said to the man standing at, ot
the tobacconist's counter with hin thl
"Is it?" was the curt reply. in
"Yes g regular spring day." se
"Woli, it ought to be. It is the ad
spring serson, I believe." zt
"This will be good for wheat," con rel
tinued the other. au
"Will it? Are you a farmer?" co
"No, sir." an
"Own any wheat on the ground?" tal
"Ever own any?" co
'I-I-no, sir." of
"Ever sow or reap any?" . . li
"Can you tell me witin two weeks ph
of the time when wheat is sown or cut ab
in this localit y?" -t n
"No, air." ph
"I thought as mucht" sarcastically wi
observed the stranger as he walked oil
The other reflected a few minutes, ha
looking red and pale by turns, and then th
remarked to the boy behind toe count- su
er: ' ta
"He didnt lea's9 a cigar for me, dit lip
"No, sir." wJ
'.Well, he's a mean man.-mighty o
MAns. YERER--That's a very hand.- to
some clock you have there on the man- .
Mrs. Peterby--Yes, it keeps very
"I should think it would be still is
more useful during the night. You can set
tell then at what hour your husband sai
comes home." esi
"I don't need any clock for that pur- e
"Why not?" the
"Well, you see if he bangs the front sal
door and makes a great deal of noise I vit;
know then it irfquite early, if lie does cle
not make much noise, is very pleasant fee
In his talk, and says 'good evening,' ne
then I know it is late. It he takes off
his boots and goes to bed without light
ing the gas, then I am sure it is about hal
8 o'clock in the morning. As I said, a
the clock is quite convenient during the 0
day, but I really don't need one at m
"'HREE-year-old Ralph, who had been a
eating grapes, begged for another
bunch which he saw on the buffet.
"No," said his mamma "you have had tot
plenty this morninir. i! will, give you t
that bunch tomorrow." Half an hour
after he appeared with his lips suspi
ciously stained. "Ralph," asked his so
mamma, gravely, "how did those stains by
come on your lips?" "Mamma," lie
replied, quite as gravely, "they age
trom the grapes I am going to eat to
LANDLADY (to applicant for board)
-Have you children, madam?
Landlady--You are fortunate, for
we never take families with children.
Applicant-Have you any children?
Applicant-Well, you are 'ery unfor
tunate, for we never board with fani
lies who have childrAn,
A HOPEFUL VIEW.-Old Mrs. Bent
1ey-Have you heard how Mrs. Brown
is gittin' on?
Old Mr. Biently-She was doini' very
well and although one lug is gone, I
the bloctor said he thought she might
di~or~oui Aime; but las' week she ,
ul8s).---h el, if she's only got
one lung she can't have it very bad.
DIssATIsFIEVD COLONEL -I expected :
captain,: that the 'general would send
me men of experience for this expedi-2
tion. I wanted an omeler to lead men
who has seen service. I dare say you.
never led anything?"
Captain-I led the german last sum
mer at Newport.
In answer to causal q estion,
How easy and truth ful to tell it's
A cure for the worst indigestion.A
To take Pierce's Pur gative Pellets. -
S3weet milk or cream is excellent for
sun-burns or chapped feet on.the little
"1 Dn,n't Want Iteniet, Slut Cure,"
is the exclamation of thousands sufifering
from catarrh. To all such we say : Ca
tarrh can be cured by Dr, Sage's Catarrhi --
itftmedy. It has beon done in thousatads
of cases; why not ini yourb? Your danger
Is in delay. Enclose a stamp to WVorld's
Di.-ponsary Medical Association, Buf'alo, 'h
N. ~., for pamphlet on this disease.
The nicest thing to scour knives,
brass, tinware, etc., is sifted hard-coal
Are you sad, despondent, gloomy ?
Are you sore distressed ?
Listen to the welcome bidding
"lie at rest."
Have you aches and pains unnnmbered,
Poisoning life's Golden Cup ?
Think not there's no bairm in Gilead, and
"G ive it up."
A Golden Remeody awaIts yon
Golden mot aln in nam'e
Rteach, oh, suffering one, and grasp it,
There is but one "Golden" Remed y-Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, 1t
stands alone as the groat "blood-puritieor,''
"astrength-renewer" and "hiealthl.restorer,"
of the ago I The Liver, it regulates, re
moving all impurities. The Luings it
strengthens,cleansing and nourishing them,
lhe whole system it builds tip, snpplying
that above all other things most needed
pure, rich Blood.
Vegetables are best stored in a room
The success or somne of the agenis cm
p loyed by Bi. F?. Johnson &Co.,.kichmiond,a
Ya., is truly marvelous. .It is not an tin-.
usal thing fot their agents to make as high
as $20 and $30 a da.y, ahil sometimes their a
profits run up as high as $40) and $50-even I
more. Bunt we hesitato to toll the whole r
truth,, or you will scarcely bolive we are
in easnest. Write to them and see for your
self what they will do for you.
Txna water for military posts should
come from drilled wells,I
,Rupture cur sn iarantoeed by
Dr. J. ii. Mlayer, 881 Aich 8c.1 ?2nii'a,
P'a. Ease at once, nuo oration or dc
lay from business, attested by -thou.
sands of cures after others fail, advice
free, send for circular.
Some breadmakers claim that salt or
meal Is ietter tihan soap for washing
hands before aind artar mixing bread,
Fraser AA,s u'-easee.
The Frazer Axle Grease is,the Standard 4
A'xle Grease of thze world. Ueit and save
your horses and -wagons. One greasing
will last two weeks. . I
Next to palms, ivy is the most or
namental of in-door'plants.
Nothing cures Drop, Gravel, Drigh's, Heart,
Diabates Uranary,dAr Diseases. eveousness,
&c., lie Cann's Kidner Cure. Office, 531 Aroc '
1st., Flut. /51 a bottle, 0 for St. At Druggis.
ures the worst cases. Cure guaranteed. Trt it,
Pale blue is a pleasing color for bed
A newt process of so-called autostere
plo printing, especially adapted for
a reproduction of .books and engrav
is, has lately been Invented in Swit= a
rland, and Is- already. used witb 3
vantage in a large printing office at
rlch. The prodeas will obeapen the
printing of the works of foreign
thors, since the type-setting and
pying of engravings are saved and i
accurate stereotyped plate Is ob-. ><
ned directly from the original. It
a transfer progess, in which a blank, i1
mposed of plaster of Paria, silicate a
potash or soda and' phosphate of i
re, is employed. The print to be 0,
pied is' moistened in a solution of d
ospitate of soda in distilled water, a
ohol and auetlo ether, and theis
umsferred in the usual wily- to .the,
toter of Paris plate previousiy coated a
th a film of gelatins containing S
rate of iron and ammonia. After C
D transfer (tl the processes thus. far U
ving been uondifbted in a dark room) t
e plate is dried and exposed to direct,
light for fifteen minutes. When
ken out the pices acted upon by the a
lit will be found to be quite -hard, t:
'lie at the other places the plaster
11 be soft, and will fall off as fine
wder as deep as the solution shall
ye penetrated, if brushed with a hnrd
ush, The plate will then be ready
'hat Tired Feeling o
exper enced by almost every one at this
son, and many people resort to Ilooil's
saparala to drive away the languor and in
'austion. The blood, laden with Impuri. 1i
which - have been acoumuisting &
months, moves singgishly t:irough the n
no, the mind fatls to think quickly, andl
body is still slower to respond. Ilood'a
saparilla is uitt what is needod. It pi tidos,
alizes, and enrichus the blood, makes the hoa I Ui
ar, creatos an appetite, overcom a that tired
ling, tones the nervous system, and emparts
w strength and vigor to the whole body.
'My appetite was poor, I could not sleep,
I headache a great deal, pains in my
k, my bowels did not move regu'arly.
od's Sarsaparilla In a short time did me so
ch good that I feel like a now man. lily .
ns and aches are relieved, my appetito in
wed. I say to others iry-Ilood's Sarsaparila -
I see." G. F.'JACSSOX, Roxbury Station, Conn
Makes the Weak Strong
' I take flood's Earsapirila as a spring
tic, apd I reditneud it to all who have
It miser ible tired feeling," O. PAuxELtL,
Biridge street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Hood's Sarsaparilla $
ld by alt druggists. $1; six for $3 Prepared only .
0. 1. 1OOD & CO., Ap#ithecaries,Lowell, bass.
100 Dosos Ollne Dollair
WELLS' - -
ier for Face,
Jeck and Arms
Elegant f or
kin ten valed
uale ,co r '
tess,softyouthfulcefreand finefinish. Harm.
lss, does not roughen, draw, wilter, nor in any
ray injuaro the most delicate or sensitive skhi
lnrgonaarcor fushed face Efa Tait
uburn, Freckdes, Pimpl e Coarseness, Sal.
g bEnrss. 3n roSUi
eB UL,~ p e 'd nrcto ri e,
RUHON NEUItALCjTA,"S $1.00. Drug.
ROUGH ON RIIEtUMATISM1,"S1.60 Drug.
ROUGH ON ASTU13A," $1.10. Druggists
RUHON MIALA RIA " St.50. Drugg.t
QUGHONTOOTIHACH EaI 15c
100 to C30 n AMO.4 Tca
sr momnt may 'e proftably emn10yed ato I
)LaC., 1018S Main st., 1 lehitml udVa.
at . . 1 T-8 ~rRTilA
**"9 *l3 Oreat Engish Goutdan
I_______ Rheumatic Remedy.
t.Livenathornsand makemeonmoney workingfortusthan
A W IPE'S O P F
tootain a IHANDSQMEaGIFT ha
rticles as named in foil '~ing list, rgtUpopi o at
100. Cakes (.9) ~Sweet I
(Enotgh to last th. av'~ F
3 ORAXINiiecewhue,,i ora snti bt
TElIO AILVZRWAUB IS EZTRA DOUBLI PLATR,
Ii ps silv er.plated Tea. soons. .. ,. .. .. .r One 4
j, :: : e p- eo.n...0
-' .nne..s nan t3::::::::: 6
4% 46 44 , a ndiiy' ?artt$ :i'inerllo Oto
3UR PRICE for the 8OX COMPLETEi I
WnIr WE MAIm TIurs T
lt*t9 !"ts " int *d B at ers*in'O'inn"e*o "
0stumer spenin tm ott iowreefor xpen
reeos~srflt In andoe presents to those who wi
T ay o ae $onr so
Wor Oar s t madesh eofar
tEm p4r ory e o Y a one temsytalat
too antltaro tsei th nt,ou adthyou waim t nd
PRaanI soa whic Rv iit e rd nItou
r l chteha esptwe )r td a
oudas can?yo art ful on soamue r
euanlenayhD l. BuoRN, Ca rndal at
were e a e leteo amle o e
m e l e ortin yo uaadatle d ad
*D.omieLsu EArR IN . &ss rak NJ ld.
(bat Scott's EmubslouHasDonea
ver 25Poundb Gain in TenWeeks,
rperienoe of a Prominent OltizeX
TU OALIFom81rA Sootr roa mS
OUPRYsamow or YO1.
SBA VatOrsoo July '0th188
Z took a severe cold Upou
y chest and lungs and did
ot give it proper attention;,
developed into bronehitis,
nd in the fall of the same
ear I was threatened with
:nsumption. Physicians or
ered-me to a more congeni
1 climate, and I came to San
raneiseo.-Soon after my
rrival I commeneed taking
eott's Emulsion of Cod Liver
11 with Hypophosphites reg
larlnthree times a day. In
Dn weeks my avoirdupois
rent from 155 to 180 pounds
nd over ;. 'the cough mean.
me ceased. 0. R. BENNETT.
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h0hest Honors at.all Great World's Exhibltions sine
q. lU0styles $22 o . F'or cah asy Yaymbols,
Rented, Catalogue. 40 pp., 41o, free.
Ason & Ihamill do not heeltate to make the extranrdln"
claim that their Pianos ale superior to all others.
Io they attribute eolply to the remarkable lmtrovcinenl
rodutced by them In 1881, now known as the ' MASON
IIA31LIN PIANO STINOER.' Ful particelars by
)STON 164 Tremon St. CHICAGO 149 1abRh Ave.
1 t$ YORt ~46 E.ast 14th St. (Union Squste).
'. I preseribe and fully at.
dorso rig as the only
CaTo speclfo for the certain pure
I~~~~ Toa0Y0 q this disese
eia16eo ntot. 0. U. INt3RAIA M. D.,
.....et.. Amterdam, N. Y.
rrd only by the We b ave sold Rifg fo
ohom1of100. many years and Is ban
oinonncnth0 best of satls
Ohla D. It. DYOTfE & Co
Chicago, i r
rade . ar1 $1.00. Sold by Drugglte
' O P Sthe FtE T
a er sa a on ea ts
tvarcsitt. aiFor fseopn4etlh
Netle thin paper ad addraa
JO0NES F i Nf NAMT *->
DINUIAAMTON. N. f
ITS STQQED LFREE
Insane Persons Restoyd.
AED.Dr. KIjINEI'S GiREeAe
for' al nRA1N A NravR 111+KAsrs. (hly.tw
..ard*fl jb N.r' Afro'toris, bie, RF.>leiuy, tc.
INIAI.LIOLC If taken as direCIed. o its ulter
/Irst dny'a Ic. Tireti.e and 42 Irta1 bottle free to
Fit patients, they paiees express chnres on bnr when
received bend n Are, '.. a d tx rene address of
a ct.d to I)a, K.IN I\ '13 Arel at. lPhlladel his0 Pa.
f3e.Drusis:.. III r-AlR ONI2iii'ZT'IVnG p$0I3
After alU othere fail oonatalb 1
Dr. L?.8 K3
120 N. 15th St., below Callowhill, Phila.,Pa.
O year experence its all SP ECI AL diseases. Pel.
anently restores those weakened by early ladisa.
ons,&c Callorwrite. Advice freeandstrly c .
dantiaL fHours : at a. M. till . and at to c,ag0
St hi. atAmu for book.
W ANT ED:
NE AGENT FOR TH'IIS COTNTY,
0lke ordera for enilarging SMALL PHKOTO.
.IiE-SIZE CR AYON PICTURES.
Tholi ploturos are really beautiful. Likenens
uaranteedl. Agouts can eaily got orders andI
take a large coimaIfl8on. Addre-is,
nterstatinal l'tMbislng & Prantinig Co.
628 31AIIK(ET ST., PiIllLADICLPf[A.
Jr. J. N. & J. B. HOBENAfK,
-~ Estab. 40.'ears. AMakA spocial
ty of r--ating all forms of Ner
votts de.bilty, lFiss of vigo
yo'ithful imnptloee and oi
~f. irms of apci'al diiease-t. Con
auil attion lay mall strictly pri.
vate andL conftient.al,
SENI) FOR BOOK,
Sflueu Hourd 8 A. \f .e *9 P. 3M., anti from 8 to 9
. 31 Closed on Sundltays.
O~ RT U NITY?
or nat e and i addrca on a )sil a 'eard ivo -
lome" Family Soap
okagea l oa~Iat
V8RT EANDC023, and DERVICBABLE.
ene n' andkeroeioef (largo)....
Aetnel Valu...... . 1.8
0"L tSa *leo e or oor.
8 $6.00t(reAsto l hgp'tu repad
losa sc ls, rntiia ets.,mentc..ro5
r, and shoaui s cliir p ri nt baieatoro
tartt n rtao fghe aactlloencop
8$6.O(e I terpad
ttithoomewoe this Sapaartsyou wi lre4b
aweain cat ant tetasb0oa, andyf ter
tint ottry. wa n hg wi l odo tor,
Wt bgiv 0 p t tfcetatsnto.Uiinge
nlo to th f2orX,s ofthe eob~r~
tir"sot at yf toe e(la anl ato to
ro an a boadton
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