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n f IliiMes.
"Givomo tcn cents worth of saffron.
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ollnr on nnd no vest. llo lookctl as
hougli ho li.nl becn routcil out o bcd
.a hurry, nnd htul liimped mto his
nd h.'it nn llin rini.
"I don't keep saffron," said tlie
iulti v iutui. ira J1U UIJ ii IJilllUl
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tho mat "
At this point tho boy sliotout of tho
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ho drug stnre nnd walked dullberately
oward ltis hoiue, ns though thcro was
n liJirr.ipn iir iinrrv. rnf frnnnrv mnn
4 tf 0 v
pit on his lian'ds and shoutud to tho
nt, cnino. t.n tlin irrnpprv t.ill tnw.'ir.l
iirlit. lint tho (rrnnnrv mnn li.'iil S 'pn
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1111 runninir downtown adozcntiincs
urimr the ihiv. nnrf onrp. hn roiln 1111
0 tho houso witli tlie doctor, and tho
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Inne tmvan n ir 11. t. hn hnv niiinmn in
doiectedsortof a tirudwav. sat tlown
n L...w.i e . .
" AVhat is it, a boy or irirl," said tlie
lUtUV lllitll, WlUIUMli ilU .111 Ul'l J.UIV
rviuir 10 iiuiu a uiiijur over .1 iiiiUiiur
"IIow tho di-uco did you know
lnkpfl firnnnil in !inrmiis;li!nint, iinil
nr i.Mivinrr rn Tnn iiitrtr wirn n nnTrirn
fiipn.i tiift.iirn nf ilnippf.inn.
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ounu to occur. jmty u taiio my wora
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' 1 wouldn't touch tho blnmo thing
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ii f!H UHirnintr. i ivn nppn iu't
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o. wnntf d t. irnh riil nf iiu T hiivn
iilft thoni in :i b:iskot nnd sond nie ofl
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ulled 1110 out o bed to go over 011
10 west sido afler soino old womcri
lilli Ivlll'W lllil. l.llf. I1.L... KCIIIi 1111?
linr...in (r m'op ainpn "WM.'it. lr.oa n
oy want oC a sister, unk'ss it is a big
st(r. T dnn t Wiint no sister r.hnt I
avc got to hold, and rock, and hold a
ottlo for. This affair breaks 1110 all
)," and the boy picked tho cheeso out
i: hu teeth with a sliver he cut oll
iti 1:1111 11 .
" "Well, how does j-our pa tako it,"
lid tlin fronprv man. as ho tharcri'd
II. IlllV IIIL II ,1 l.IU'I.M'. iLIll. nilll.llll.
nd a nuinber of such things.
'Oh, pa will pull through. Ile
ntil ma's chum, an old woman tluit
ikes snul'f, fired liim out in the
all. Pa sat there on my hand-sled
porfect picture of despair, and I
lought it would uo a kindnes
) play it on liim. I found the
it asl(!en in tho bath-room. and I
illfid tlio cat un in a shawl. and
roiiKht it out to iia and told hini the
urs') wanted hiin to hold tho baby.
t secined to do pa good to fecl that he
'no t rt 1 iunnn en ( i intii n 1 linnd
tn iiiiiiowLiiiii'Ju 111 uunvi wivj innn.
nd he took the cat on liis lap as tcn
erly as you cvit saw a motlier hold
n infant. Well, 1 got in tho back
all, whero he couldn't sco nie, and
rctty soon the cat began to wako up
nd str.'tch hini-idf, and pa said,
l..l.-f nnt.v .. t cli.n.. rw,..- n.l l..f
a t.m linld lt ' !ilul lw. rnpl.'i'il lmnK-
nd forth on tho hand sled and bcan
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n uiiini. r 1. i KiiTiir ;infi iiiiniinv I
p.ird sonifthintr rio. and nn vcllrd.
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iokou arouuu 1110 corncr 01 iue
nll fhn rnf. wna limnin.r liia-
elt aKainst pas vest witli his
ho sled and began to talk about tho
uruauer uku 1110 nunisier uoes wnen
0 gets excited in chiirch, and then ja 1
icked up the sled and seeined to bo ;
wking for 1110 or tho cat, but both of ''
3 was ofl'ul scarco. Don't you think
hero are times wlien bovs and cats arc 1
ind of tew around their ac customed
aunts? I'a don't look as thougli ho
a very smart, but h can hold a cat 1
bout as well as tho next man. Uut
am sorry for 111a. Sho was inst
fUTalL'ia. and this will niit-. .1 stnn t.n
causo siie nas to stav anil tako caro
t' that young one. I'a hays I will
nvn :.. nin.n t.imn t.hia ciimnifir iiiialilnrf
he baby vairon. Bv the L'reat horn
poons, thero has got to bo a divid-
ir iinil Miiui:viiirf pi.u'inn iinci-
p.11 nnil nlnisiirn nnil T ntviL-n
ho line at wheeling a baby.
I had rather catch n strlng
of perch than tn wheel all tho babica
ever was. They needn't procuro no
baby on my account, if it 1s to ainusQ
me. 1 don't sco why bables can't ba
sawed off onto pcoplo that need them
in their buslnoss. Otir folks don't
necd a baby any niorc than you need a
safe, and thcro aro pcoplo just sutter
ing for babies. !?ay, how would it bo
to tako tho baby soino night and leavo
it on soino old bachelor's door stcp.
If it had bcen a bicyclo or a brcccli
loadlng shotgun, I wouldn't havo
carcd, but a baby! Uah 1 It mako.i
1110 tired. I'd druther havo a prizo
packago. Well, I am sorry pa alloweu
1110 to coino homo after lio drovo mo
away last wcck. I guess all he wanted
nie to coino back for was to humiliato
me and send mo on crrands. Well, I
must go and see if ho and tho cat havo
And tho ooy went out and put up a
paper sign in front of the store,
"Leavo your measuro for saifron tea."
Hecent circumstanccs havo diroctod
attention to certain reinarkablo delu
sions to which females of unstable
nervous equilibrium are subject, either
througli hysteria or through similar
disorders of the nervous system.
Charcot and JournLville give instances
of the ex'.nwrdinary self-deccptions
that aro frecjuent among hysteriual pa
tients. l)r. Lcgrand du Saulle, phy
sician to tho baliiutriere, Paris, do
scribos in his btuulard work, "Les
llysteririues," somo remarkablo oases
of hallucination, whcro females labor
under tho belief that they havo been
struck or stabbed by o'.h -rs, even after
having inllicted blows and wounds
upon theinselves. In one ir.stanco a
young woman was found by her hus
band lying on tlie 1loor of her room
in a fainting lit, hcr faco covcred witli
blood. On reviving froin her swxon
sho stated that she had becn attacked
by armed men; the l'aris newspapers
related the case, and within three weeks
two similar events occurred in tho
French metropolls. All thoso cascs
proved to bo fabricated by the sup
posed victims. A young girl wounded
hcrself slightly witli a pistol. She gave
tho police authorities the most minute
details about an imaginary assassin,
who, according to her account, llrcd
the weapon, but sho was found to be
highly hysterical, and it was proved
that sho had willfully wounded herself.
Inathirdcase inDr. DuSaullb's experi
encc, a young woman was found in a
raihvay carriagc, stabbed in tho
left side. Tho ineident caused
great cxcitement, but it was
proved, contrary to her asser
tions, that sho had inllicted tho
wound herself and was a hysterical
subject. A housemaid was found
lying behind a door, bound, gagged and
covcred with bruises. She stated that
she had been brutally attacked by two
burglars with blackenod face, but sho
was a highly hysterical woman, and
thcro appears to havo bcen strong
evidence that sho had contrivcd to tio
her own hands and gagand bruise her
self. Perhaps tho strangost caso of
all occurred in M. Tardieu's practice.
A young lady living at Courbevoio
wished to mako herself an object of
public interest by passing as a victim
of a politii'al conspiracy which she
pretended to havo discovcred. Ono
night she was found in a stato of tho
greatcst mental perturbation at tho
door of hcr apartment. She cotild noti
talk, but stated in writing that sho had
been attacked outsido her own houso
by a man who had attempted to
garrjto her, at the samo timo striking
twico with a daggcr. Only the lady's'
clothing was injured, and tho body oC
her dress and hcr corsct were found to
be cut through, but at different lovels.
She tried to mako out that tho attempt
at strangulation had caused duinbness.
M. Tardieu remarked. in her hcaring,
that this infirmity rapidly disajipcared
when produced under circumstanccs of
this kind. Sho soon managed torogain
her spe'jch ; and, in a short time, ad
mitted that tho wholo narrativo had
been developed out of her inner con
sciousntss. lilccentricity in relatives
is ever strongly presumptivo of self
decejition, when a femalo makes any
slateiiient or charges of ill-treatment
of any kind. Tho constant fcar of
assassination, especially if based on
reasonablo grounds, is particularly
liable to predisposo nervous or oxcit
ablo subjects to extraordinary delu-ions
of this kind. llrltish ILcdicul Jounml.
Agcs oriluli.iir Sovenlns.
Ilero are somo authentic figures of
the ages of roiguing sovereigns:
Quoon Yictoria o KiiKlanil....'10
Kiniiress Dnmnnr )
r.miiurur Willi.'im. . .
Kmpuror Fruncis Jo-icph. ) ,
i.iiijii m j.ii.a i..i.. j
Kinjj Christimi IX
(Jueen Louisa Wilhelmiuo
Kiu Clnrluj I
Old roso and garnet mako an admir
Shadcd straw and chcnillo bonnets
aro largely iinported.
Tho most daring libcrtics arc takcn
in color conibinations.'
Tho low-hcclcd English walklng
shoo grows in oularity.
Tho pouf in tho back is a fcaturo in
now costumes and wraps.
Jet bids fair to bo as popular as ever
ln decorativc dress effects.
Old roso and roso borealo aro the
now namcs foraahes of rosos.
There is a icturn of favor to button
boots in prefercnco to laccd oncs.
Pearl, silver and gold-lieaded pins
aro usod to sccuro bonuet-strings.
llibbon bows and cock's-comb cock
ades decorato costumes as well as bon
nets. Louis Quinzo shoo.lmckles aro now
used in Paris to fasten coll.irs as well
Largo hucklcs or slidns aro tho pre
ferred ornaments on largo hats and
Kid slippers aro cut very low, and
when tho stoekings aro embroidcrcd
the sandals aro plain and vico vcrsa.
Girls of all ages abovo two and
under sevcnteen woar their front hair
in a straight Vandyko hand, and the
back hair slightly crimpcd and llowing
on the shoulders.
Paby and little girls' caps show tho
samo varicty in stylo that api cars in
the bonnets of old pcoplo. botne have
jilaitol jioke briins; otliors resomblo
capotes, Panchons and Greuze bonnets.
Alligator skiu ero-juet shoos in th 1
natural leather color, in maroon, torra
cotta, all the new colors, and black,
will be much worn, with stoekings to
match the color of the shoe, which also
matche3 tho prcdoniinating color of
tho costum .
Sprays of fine flowers, like forget
me-nots, lilies of tho valley, mountain
daisies, rosehuds and tiny green leavcs,
violet, arbutus blossoms and tho like,
mado of precious stoncs made of a
colir matching that of the llower they
reprcsmt, aro mado into brooclies and
lace pins, and are taking the place of
the jeweled-eyed animals, instcts and
serpents so long in favor.
. . Sklny Men.
Wells' IloaUh Itonowor restorea henUh.Tigor,
ina Oscar. . .
Sultan Alnlul Hauiid. . . .
Es-Kiiipicss Kuaouio, whoso
ro:o n piuyou. .
of l'ortugal. .jjjJ
' of Swedcn niidSl
1 Noruay 17
.of Turky. , . .11
.of Finuco 70
Xaturo has presentod us with a
largo faeulty of entertaining ourselvcs
alone, aad often c.ills us to it, to teach
us that wo owo ourselvcs in part to
soeiety, but chielly and mcstly to our
selvcs. Tho proposed park in Montana will
havo an area of 12,000 squaro miles,
ncarly ten times that of tho wholo of
A hotcl clerk namcd Hrlscoe,
Sbumpeil his foot out in 'Frisco,
It hurt him like thunder,
But the pain was got under,
By St. Jacobs Oil rubbed on histoo.
A conductor who livcs at Belair,
Got hurt, being thrown on a chair.
They took him away,
But in less than a day,
St. Jacobs Oil mado him all square.
Crapo. muslin dresses come in palo
blue, crcam white and shrimp pink,
witli tho enibroidery done along tho
edgo in abundant quantities to trim
the skirts with two or three gatherod
rullles, and to edgo the overdross; they
aro sold for 15 a pattern, and they
are used at prosent tor sinijde evoning
toilots, and are very effective as
transparnnts over sa'tin or vtlvet
Dr. Piorce's " Fnvorite Prescription" Is not
extolledaan "cnre-nll," bnt admirnblyfnl
fills n sinslenosa of parpose, belng n most
potent spocifio in thoso chronio woakneses
poculiar to womon. Pnrticnlnrs in Dr. Piorco's
pnmphlot treatise on Disoases Poculiar to
Womon, 0G paE63, Bont for thrco etamps.
AddreBB ViToni,D's Dispensakt Medioal As
booiatiow, Bnffalo, N. Y.
It is ostimalcd that that portion of tho
l'oaco river country lyinn in Uritish Colum
bia contains over U0,000,000 aores of urablo
"Arrrpt Onr rsralllinlp."
Dr. It. V. Pieuck, Uaffalo, H. Y.: Doar Sir
Your "GoldenMedical Disooyery" hascnrod
my boy of n fevor Boro of two years' Btanding.
Pleaso accept our gratitnde. Yonrs truly,
Hembt WnnaOi Boaton, Mas3.
A iiot pprins which wells up through abed
of Kravel and irou oro ha3 beeu discovered
at Richmond, Vn.
Dr. Piorce's "PelloU" little livor pilla
(Bnnar-coated) purify the blood, spoedily
corrcct all diRorders of tho liver, Btomach
and bowels. By druBcistS;
The yoarly product of jrold in California
B from ?:15,0OO,0OO to 'JO,000,000.
Wo fecl iustified in sayinc n word forllood's
Sarsaparilla. SarBapanlla hasbeenknown as
n reinedial aRent for ccnturio, and is recog
nized by all Bchools of practice as a valuablo
blood purilier. ltis put upinformsof ahnost
intinite varietyjbutMessrs. llood.tCo.f Low
ell, Mas.), wlioaro tliorouKlily reliable pliar
macists. have hit upon a remedy of unusual
value. They havo voucluri of cures, most
extraordinary. Sold by druirists.
Tiie cotton mill of tho South civoemploy
ment to about 100,0'JO oporatives.
Krnzer Axlo (irrnse.
Onogreasinglasta twowooks; all othera two
or thrco days. Do not bo imposed on by the
numuup biuiib ouerou. ask your ueaier lorfc ra
zor's, withlabolon. Savesyourhorselaborand
youtoo. Itreceived first uiedalatthoCenten
nial and Paris Expositions. Sold QTeryvTliero.
Don't Dleln tlie IIoiuo.
"Itongh on Kats." Clears outrats, rnico,
roaches, brd bnge, flios, auts, moles, chip
munks, gophere. lfic.
As n reliable remedy for indicestion nnd n
certain curofordyBpepsia, Gastihnb withoiit
doubt ptands ilrst. Gistiunu ia in liquid
form. Sold by dtuggista.
Ab tho pablo is to ermme: as smut to flonr i
as coal to nlabaster; ns soot to driven snow,
bo ia Carboline, tho perfcction of all Hair
Itonewer3, to all othar proparations.
Tor TlilrU ITendn, .
Ileavy Btomachs, bilious conditions WoIIb'
MnyApplePills antibiliou3,catliartic. 1025a
Hood's Sarsaparilla is made of roots,
herba and barks. ItRivos tonototheBtomachi
makes the weak strong. Sold by DrnggiatB.
Coebeot yonr habits of crookod walking by
oaing T.von sPatentMoUlllio Ileel Stiffcuera.
Wo Prenent nn I'rolonrtrrt Mlrnrle.
'Trnlh tn mlRtitr anil aiuat ProTnll."
No HopliUtrr cnn Wltlntand tho 1'oiTcr
oritn IIonrt Uttcrancc.
EJItor ofrttnmg Preul
DKAnSm FeellnB decply (rratefnl for tho (trc
bcncflu vrhlch I havo rocclved from the tua of a
vory Yalunble artlclo whtch haa lt origln and homo
Inourboautltulcltr, and hoplng that othera who
aro afHlcted m I havo boon may flnd Hko rollef from
lts use, I boft the lmlulcenco of a fcw llnos ln your
valuablo paper for tho prlvllcRO of communlcatloK
to you a brlof atatomont of facts, for the benoQt of
the mnltltude of Buffercra to ba raot with on cvcry
ilde. Many of my frtcnda vrcU know that I havo
boon very eovoroly aHUctod with hcart dlsease for a
numbcrot yoara, and havo nuQorod from lt ai only
thosecansucrervrho havo that dlsoaac; lt roduccd
my stronRth o low that I could eoarcely walk acrosa
my room, and the lcast exortlon rendered mo so
ihort-breathed that I darod Bcarcely movo. and lifo
soemcd very burdenaomo. I waa treated for my mal
dy by the best physlclans, and derived no bencnt
from their treatmont or prescrlptlons untll I wan ad
vlaed by my famlly physlctan to use Ilunt's Remody,
AA my trouble waa caused by inactton of my kidnoya,
which afTcctod vory aorlously tho actlon of my hcart.
I commencod tafclmt it (havlnit littlo falth ln it or
any other raedlclne), and it haa helped me wondor
f uUy, and I am now a Rroatdeal better, and have
been cvor eince I began ita use. In fact, I havo takon
no medicine that has beneBted me so Kroatly. Jly
breathtnR ia easy, and I have galned ln strcnKth so
much that I am able to do my housework. I checr
fully recommcnd Ltunt's Remedy to aU who may bo
nffllcted as I have been, or who aro suHering from
cencral debll..7 and nervous prostratton.
Kcspectfully, Haa. A. O. IIockwiiix,
Tearl Street, Providence, R. I.
A standard medtclne for curlne Drlpht's Discase,
Propsv, Kldney, lllatldcr and Olandular Maladlcs ia
Hunt's ltemedy. Female Wealnesa, Paln in tho
llack and Ixin, Qrarel, Diabetos, Intempcranco,
Exccss, and Prostratlon of tlie nervous system aro
cured by Ilunt's ltemedy. Hunt's ltemedy lmparta
health and vij-or to tho conMitutton when H has be
come debllitatcd. Ilunt's ltemedy rostoroa tho in
valld to health.
Rellevcs and cures
HEADAOHE, TOOTH ACHE,
Soreness, Cuts, Bruises,
FIFTV CENTS A BOTTLE.
Denlers. Dlrectlons lu 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
(SiuoM.m to A. VOOELEU A CO )
ii.itii.orN na., r. s. .
AT NO OTHER SEASON
PnlnenCrrnt ilrnl orUooil.
llra. J, Berry, of Portland, Me,, writes: "Your
Henry's Carbollo Salve is dolne a great deal of good.
Some of my friendfl have been greatly beneflted by its
nse. 1 think it is the best salve 1 have eTer.tued.1 Be
ware of counterfelts.
Iiiker's Faln Panaeea cures paln ln Man and Beast,
For use externally and internally,
Dr. Itocer's Vegetable Worm Syrap Instantly destroya
Worms and removes the Secretlons which catisa them.
Denton's Balum Oures Oolds, Coughs, Rhenmttism,
Klduey troublea, etc. Can be ued eiternally as a
At o ethw season Is the system so tnseeptlble to the !
beneflclal etlects of medicine. This is the tlme to taae
Hood's Baresparilla to purify yoor blood and fortlfy yonr
system agatnst the debllltating effects of sprlng weather.
It sharpens tho appetlte, tones the Btomach, lnvigoraUs
the aged, and Imparts new Ufe and energy to all.
Hood's Sarssparllla is a sklllfnlly prepared componnd,
eoncentrated eltract, by a procesa peonllarly onr own,
of the best remedles of the vegetable kingdom known to
medlcal sclence, as AlteratlTes, Blood I'artaers, Dlnr.
etics, Tonlcs and Btomachlcs. It is not a drink, bat a
eoncentrated medicine, prepared for thq porpose of
ennng dlseue, and must be taken according to direo
tlons to leeelve the fnll beneflt lt Is capable of lm
partliig, No Other Blood
Pnriner Is worthy of eomparlson with Hood'a Barsipa
rilla. By cnres whollr unprecedented ln the histery of
medicine, it has proren Its right to the tltle of "the
greatest blood pnrUier ever dlsoovered." If you are
not well try this popnlar medlcloe. 100 dosee, 11.00.
"Hood's Barsapsrilla cured me of dyipepsla, lndl
gestlon and debillty. I can eat anythtng withont that
awfnl dlBtress, have a tremendons appetlte, and can
not pralse Hood's Sarsaparilla too highly." Pabx
Patten, Gardiner, Me.
"When I flnished the second bottle of Uood's Bsrea.
parilla I folt like a new person. I tell my triends I can
do two daya' work ln one now," Mna. A. D. At.t.kn,
What the grreat to
aStomach Bittera, will
do mubt be eathered
from what it haa
doDe. It has efTocted
radlo&I cures In thou.
saods of caes of djs.
peipi, bilious dis
fefer, nervous affeo
tiooa, genoral debili
ty, cooBtlpUioo, 6ick
headache. mental de
epoodency, ud tha
and diaabilitles to
whtch the feoblo are
no Bubject. For sale
br aU DrujrKiBtB and
WILBOH'S C0KF0TJSD 0?
FTJEE C0D LIVER
OIL AND LIME.
CURCS AND 1
kw NCVER PAItS-
iltrellevcsatoneo Zlnms.rites.Chapned ItandsorLlpt.
norn9.Ulinloni.K(.All1l.llr.llftM..Rnrn,..a nt .. I.an.la
leyes,etc.iltchinfffromanyrause. ccc. Askyourdrug I
CURES WHtRl All EISC FAILS.
nestCoughByrun. Tastee good.
nnl taby watchmskers. By mail S&c. Circnlara
OUI-i IJfree. J.H. HlBCH A0O..1M l)eyBt...N.Y.
VflllUR MEU laru tetegraphr hore aud we witl
lUUflU irlL.ri Kive youavltuatlim. CircuUrs freu.
: Hitos., jiiiicsviiic.
(El. On Perdayat home. Bamplesworth$freea
Qu IU O'U Addresi Htinsoh & Uo., Portland, Me.
CT ri COLEMAN BUS1NHS8 COU.KOE,
X) Vy Newark, IV, . Wnte for OaValogue.
At a Sprtag Toolo nothlnc QaaU Hood'a BarttpaxQU.
Be inre 70a ft Uood'i.
To care bUloacnen. dipepeU and nck beadMhe, to
riU an appetlte and toite np the atomaeh aod to
eradioate all obnoxlooa fanmori from the blood, Uood'i
SareapArilla ta pre-emlnentlr laperlor to all other arU
elec. Try this creai remedy.
"1 atTered from kldney complalnt and bUloaaneea 15
yean. Uood'i Sarsaparilla cured meH JoxATHAit J.
Uobtjkn, Draont, Mawi.
' ' I conslder Hood'a Saraaparllla one of the best medi
elnee for early iprin when the blood ts ln a low oonditlon
and needs eleanaing', I have been beneflted by ita nae.H
-W. II. Cuhtib, TicUt Aient, B, A M. 11. B.,
I a neceBslty. Beinc honsednpn throngh the win
ter, and breathlnff the tmporitlea ln the atmotphere
of rooma heated by wood or ooaI, and contamlnated
by the (aees they throw off, the ritality of the blood
becomes ao rednced that lt U Impoaeible to wUbJtand
the debilltatlce Inflaence of spring weather. hence
that uniTeraal need of taking a reliable blood purifler
at thii season. The TiUltzing effects of Uood's Sarsa
parilla upon the entire syitem render lt the most
effectWe ipring medicine.
"I choerfully recommcnd Uood's BarsaparUla for
biHoaine&a and all Impuritlf s of the blood. Last iprlng
I waamnch beneflted by it," Mbs. J. IV. OLKJCTa
Franklin, N. U.
Wo a&k special attention to the fact that testlmonlala
pnbMshed by ns are from Infloential persons who are
now Uving and enjoying the health which the nse of
Uood's S&raaparilla has glren them.
Capt. J. P. Tuompbon, of Ijowell, Reglstorof Deeds
for Mtddlesozconnty, Northern dietrtct, says: "Hood's
Sarsaparilla pnrifles my blood, sharpens my appetlte,
and makes me orer."
"I cordiaily attest my falth, backed byactual trial.
In the efflcacy of Uood's Sarsaparilla as a curatire for j
headache, bilionaneRS, and that condition which at
tlmea pervadea ns all, commonly called 'the blues.'"
J. J. LovKLL, Qreonpotnt, N. V.
O. W. Ouhminob, a popular merchantof Meriden, N.
U., writes: I hare sold Uood's Sarsaparilla, and used
it myself with wonderf ul resnlts. Say aU you can in favor
of this valuable remedy j the medicine will back itt
tn Lowell when they read adrertlsements clalming
rreatst sale and popular! ty, at home, of any prepara.
tion of Sarsaparilla, other than Uood's.
The adTertisements referred to led the proprietors of
Uood's Sarsaparilla to make a canrasa of the druggista
of Lowell, which revealed the fact that qnito a nnmber
ot them did not kecp other sarsa parillas, and establiBhed
to a certalnty that the druggista of Lowell the home
of Uood's Sarsaparilla sell ten bottles of Hood's
Sarsaparilla to one of all other kinda. So, ln other
cities, Hood's Sarsaparilla leads, because lt Is tho
itrODgest and most emclent.
A lady who residea !n Lynn, Mass., writes: "Hood's
Earsaparilla is a great blood medicine. I hare taken it
In the spring whenlwonld be weak and languid. It
elps me more than anythlng else. For a low state of
the blood there is nothing better."
BUiousncss, Lassitnde, Langnor and Wearinesa occni
oftener ln the sprlng than at any other season, F01
tbese tha best medicine Is Hood's Sarsaparilla.
F, U. PiNEllXM, editor Kewmarket(N. II.) Adioeate,
"I hare taken fcrar bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla thia
spnng, and lt has done me good."
"The beneBcial effects from Hood's Sarsaparilla hare
been more apeedy than from any other proparatlon ol
the kind." E. O. Woodmak, WUton, N. U.
" If people want a medicine to go all through fem and
wake em up, tell them to take Hood's Sarsaparilla."
FcnEMiW K. BlZBT, Meredith Vlllage, N. II.
"Hood's Sarsaparilla has worked wonders in the
case of my wife, who has been tronbled with sick
headache and billoasness for years. She is now entlrely
free from them." Houzu B. ItAfiii, rittsfield, Mass.
iBBOvastlysnperlor to any other sarspirilla or blood
purifler that one haa well said: "Its health-giring eHecU
npon the blood and the entire hnmsn organism are as
much more poeitive than the remedies of a qnarter of a
oentury o as the steam power of toliy is in advance
of tbe slow and laborioos drndcery of years aie."
Nkwakk, N. J., Jannary J3, 1803.
A yoonir elrl, nine years old, had been tronbled with a
disorder in the blood aince infancy. Her aiffht, as wel
as her hearing, waa affocted. She was obliged to leave
school, for none of the children would sit beside
her. On tho Hood's Sarsaparilla second bottle the
chfld began to haprove, and, after three bottles, hel
slght and heanng returned. She has now used five
bottles, and ia about cured. It was a severe case, and
the curo is regarded as wonderful. F. K. McOCLLT,
Lafayetto Pharmacy, Oongrois street.
Ton are liable to need Hood's Sarsaparilla, as elck
neai comes nninrKed, and strong men and women are
forced to employ means to rentore their health and
itrength, whlcb only a few days ago they felt they had
an assured lease of. Tberefore we ask the sick to try
Hood's Sarsaparilla, a medicine which has so often
proTed its great curatire properties. One bundred
doses one dollar.
Sold by drugglsts. Prlce $1 ; six for $5. Prepsred only
by O. I. UOOD A CO,, Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
Hood's Sarsaparilla Is destgned to meet the wanta of a
Iirge portion of our people who need a medicine to
brace them up, give them an appetHe, purify theii
blood, and oll up the machlnsry of tkeir bodies so It will
do ita iuty willlngly. No other artlcle Ukes hold ef the
system and hita eiactly the spot like Hood'a Karsapa
rilla. lt reaches every part of the human body throngh
tho blood, giving to all renewed life and energy.
Soldbyrlrogglsts. Price $1; slz for 95. Prepared only
br O. I, UUOO A CO., Apothecanes, Lowell, Mass.
To Ono unil All. Aro you suflerlncr from a
Lougb, Uold, Asthma, Bruncnitis, or any ot ttie varioua
pulmonary troubles thatso often end in Consumptionl'
If bo, use "H'li&er1 fure Cod.Lter Oilan I Ltme," asafe
and sure remedy. This fs no quack preparation, but ia ,
preBcribed by the medical taculty, Alauuf. onlyby A,
U. TUJJ0U, Ohemlat, Boston. Sold by druggista.
A Icadlnff Ixmtlon Fliy?
xcian cfltabiisbcH nn
for tho Cure of
clalty of Epllcpsy, haa wlthout doubt treated Rti l cnred
mora casoe than any other llTlng nhytictan. IIlsaDccoia
Iias Bituply bpcn mtonUhliiR, we tiao heara of caeB ol
nvtr S0 jeari' standlnc Buccessfiilly cureJ by ltlm. II
Yia pubtUhftl a work on thta dlsenno, whlth bo nends
m h a Urp boillJ oflili wonderful curo frce to &ny etif
f rrr whrt mny tteinl their xprDBS and 1'. O, Addreki We
ajvlf an v on wlshlng n curo to adJrfna
Hr. Alt. ilKrihl'.ULK. yo. M JohnSt., Hew York.
AS BLUE FLANNEL 6ARMENTS
Ul Iurcrlor Quullty ofGoadi
are old as tlie 'genuliie MidJlesex," which are nel
inale by tliatmlll. The Ildillebe Comiany,in onler
to protoct their cutomers and Ihe public. give tiolifo
thttliareartor all Clothing mnite from Tlli: MlDllI.i:
SKX STANDAim IN1II1JO 11I.UK l'LANNKLS AM
YAC1IT C'LOTIIH. sold br aU lealtng cloiliiers. must
bearthe "SILK IIANOKttS," furnl-liW by the SclUni
Agenutoall parties ordorlng thegoods.
WENDELL, FAY & CO.,
STXLINn AOENTS, MIDDLESEX COMI'ANV.
80 and MS Worth Rt., New York: IIT Kranlilin St,
Uoton; 314 Chestnut 8L, I'hlladelphia.
Uablo Incuring Kpll.
eptlc Flts, Hpa.ms,
Convulsions, St. Vlius
Oplum Kntlntr, Ner
nnd all Nervous nnd
Jilood dlseoses. To
Utcrury men, ller
chauts, Bankers, La
clies nnd all whosese
causes Nervous l'ros
o( the blood, stomach,
bowelaor klndeys, or
who requlre a nervo
tonlc. appetlser or
Thousands proclalm lt
tbe most wonderf ul ln
A WHKK. ffilSadsvBihnmanajillTmulA. HnMtlv
outht free. Aadress TltUE X Co., Augnsta, Me.
tiure Cttre for Kpilepsr or Fits in St nnurs. Free to
poor. Du. KnfBE. JiU Arnenal t.. St. louis, Mo.
CC wee ln. Tour own town. Terms and $1 mtb
aOO freo. Addieaa II. Uhlbix A Oo FgrtUnd. M
jCtrWo will mall
phiaWeeklyTBinu.ME and Farmeu, cvcry
wcek. for three wholo
raonths, on trlal, to
any address, on re
ceipt of only 12 cents
in Etamps to pay post
age on 12 consccutiro
five cents, Bilver or
stnmps, we will mall
the Tridune & Far
mer cvcry week for 0
months. To nnyone
scndlng usaclub ol
four twenty flve cent
send a sample of Ell-ver-plated
Sremlums, cholcc o
utter Knife, Sugar
Pencll or Books, hon
cst, Uurable, goods,
strictlv first-elatt in
tualily. Kcgulnr pricc, 81.00 a ycar. FJtablished
12 years. Special featurcs. orlginal artlclcs.
IIow to malte more Moucy in one
month than you cvcr did bcfore. How to
Mnlce tlte Fartn Pay, Slow Fnrm.
cr are Hwlittllecl, by bogus (tommission
Merclmuts, horso and stock auctlons, ctc.
D. D. T. MOORE,
Foundcr and for twenty-flvo years, cdltor ol
Mooro'8 Rural Knv-Ycrkir, ls the Agrlculturnl
Editor of tho TKIDUNE and FAKMEIt, and con
clucts tho best and Hveliest Agriculural Depart
ment to bo found in any wcckly newspapcr in
this country. Special wrlters on Small Frults,
Market (iardening, llortlcultural Matters, Agrb
culturnl Machlnery, with a list of Agricultural
Inventions wcekly, I'hlladclpnla Market Kciiort'!,
Answcrs to Corrcspondents, ic, 4c, Ilalf uozen
HpIetKlld Htorles cvcry weck, IIoukc.
liolU lciartmcnt, wholo pngo ever;
wcck. Orlglmil lettcra from lady readers on nll
household toplcs. Uejrular Corrcspondents,
Aimt Addlu, Annt liva,".-lalielle,"
aud a dozen othera. l'nncy Work, I'aHli.
Ioiih, How to Eiitcrtnlu Cottipnny,
Caro of Children, Doctor's Advice, and Cookins
Keclpes, worth doublo subscrlptlon prlce, Youth'i
Dcpartnient, Stories. Fuzzles, and Ilomo Amuso
mcnts, SIohu Hklmier'B Ilumorous Lctters
Dctcctivc HUctcltoH, and Answcrs U
Corrcspondents. No Sennational trash. Address,
II. K. (TUTIS 4 ro.. l'uiw, I'uiLAnnLPniA, I'a
I III ii II i SSSl
GTFor ecveral years wo hare fumlsfced the
Dairymen of America with an ezccllent arti
(lctal colorforbutteri so meritorlous that lt met
with trreat success everywbere recelTing the
hishcst and only prlzca ot both Internatlonal
1 urBut by patlent and eclcntino chemlcal re
searchwehavolmprovedin corcral polnts, and
now oScr this new color u Lhe bcit ia fA icorLl.
It WIII Not Color tho Duttermllk. It
WIII Not Turn Rancld. ft Ia tha
k atrongeat, Crlgntoat nnd
unsapeer uoior wiauu,
) tSTAnd, whllo prepared ln oll, lssocompoend'
ed that lt ls imposslblo for lt to bccoine rancld.
CSTBEWARE of all lmttatlons, and et all
'other ott colors, for they aro liable to bccome
krancldand rpolltho butter.
9 t3TIf you cannot (rct the 'impro?ed" wrlte us
fto Vnow whero and how to gct it wlthout citra
Rezpcnsc 03atw. - W
f WELLS, niCIIir.DS0S CO., narll.it.s, Tfc ?"
Ii am .im i nn i ntm i
'I lm 1.111 rflnons v. nnls jnd thrajies of anclent iour-
iialism rre loun oro dhcanli'd by Tllh Sl. lt re
lHirts ni a tnh. Piici'llict. linroiivention.il w a all the
ni'Ms ot the lrlil. aud it tas rxartlv hat tt thinka
almut min aiiilientx.Siilikoriiitic u. Ihilv 1 1 iurosI,
livm.ill. AAr. k iimntli, ur a m-m. Kukuy
(K pak'iai, !.2U lr jeari eekly IS paeva), 51
iK-r wi ,;N-UI vxn i,u,,ieri xew York Clt.
COthorwUh ft VALUllil-KTUKATiaiiiJnthli diao,W
anysuil.rer. o.oExprfanai, O.atlJrp".
1 UR. T. X. aLOCUM. Ul lW16t..ypwTort.
FUKi: IIO.HKS on
(iovtsniment lond. Hi(l
racrnH for nvQieirs' rtsi.
duni'tianJ ontry fe. l'or pamptilet uescriptnu
of th Statf, nr t-i'cltio fnfnrinatir.n, rnt'K, adtliKs
j.h uicuXthin assoi iatuSn ok cai.i-
lMtKN'lAt No. l()Calforniabt'.t San FrancitciYCal.
F R P ! ""oa'wlnt "HEALTH HELPER"
T fi B S& &l,erfectllelth. ll.U. IloilM.HiifTlo.N.Y
I?DCC I ilyreturn mall A tull descriptlon ot
r It b b llo.
Moody's New Tallor Srlem of Dreso
MoodTAOo., 31 W.Pth.Cuioinnatl.O.
1'AIIMM FOR SALE On or near aalt waterj
liKnlthyand mildchmate. Bendstamp. E. O,
M N 1)S1.Y & CO.. 124 Malnst.. Wortulk. Va.
A nrnta Wnlltrd for the Best and Fastest-aelliiw
iV I'lctnnal luVa and Iliblos. lrices reduced St per
cent. NiTIONALruuLlsuitiU Uo. I'liiladelpbU, l'a,
AN UOIIR for all who will mnV tt anare time nrnfit.
able; aciod payinRbuslneas if you can deTote your
w iioib uinnmii. jiiuiikat 1 lll.r lina tns.n.
Horphlne Ilabll CnrMl ln 10
Dn. i, biriuu, lb4ioa, Uhio,
A?k tho most cminent physicinn
Of nny pohool, whnt is tho bo't thiiiR in tho
worltl for nuietitiK anl allaj ins all irritation
of the liencs and curiuK n'l forras of nervous
complaint?, Kivins natural, childliko ref resh
Iiir pleeii nlways?
And they will tell you unhositatingly
"Somo form of Ilotis!"
Aris any or nll of tho most eminent phy
niciaus: "What i (ho best and only remedy that
can lio relied on to ctiroall disoases of Iho ktd
noys and urinary orKans; eucli ns lirinht's.
dmcase, diabetos, retcntion or inability to
i otain uriue, nnd nll tho discases aud ailments.
ptculiar to Women"
"And they will tell jou eiplicitly aud
cmiihatically, ' Buchu.' "
Ask the samo jihysicians
" What is tho most roliablo nnd surest cnro
l'or nll liver discnsos or djspepsia, cousiij a
tion, indtKCstioii, biliousness, malarial f ever,
agup," ctc, and tl.oy will tell sou:
"Jlandrako! or Uaudelion!"
Heuce, when thcsa remedies nro combined
witli othera ciiually valunblo,
Aud comioundtd into IIop Bittcrs, such
n wonderful nnd mytterioca cnrative power
is developed wliich i so varied in itsopt'ra
tions that to dif o iso or ill health can possibly
exist or resist its power, nnd jet it is
Hnrmlos for the most frail womau, weak
est invalid or smallost cluld to uso.
'Almost dead or nearly dlce'
For years, and piven up by physiciims of
Ilrifiht s nnd other kidney di-eases, liver com
plamts, soveto coughs" calloi cousuinptiou,
havo been cured.
Womeu Kono uearly crnzy!
I'n m nnony of neuralt;ia, iicrYOUsness,
wakefulness nnd various dielues pcculiar to
l'eoplo drnwn out of shnpo fioru excruciat
ius pttUKS of Itlicumatism,
Itillammatory aud chrouic, or BuiTeriiis;
Salt rheum, blood poisoninc, dyspepsia,
mdiKCStiou, aud in fact ttlmost nll dijeases
Nnturo is heir to
Ha o becn cured by Hop Bitters, proof of
which cuti bo found iu every lieighborhood
in tho known world.
7 rttatHryWi Iwl Tl mm
a.,itaapr illni. L.A.LatmiTUatUltitU.faUaUl.