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CSEFUL AXD MCGESTITE.
, A fainter who ninkr, a prc!t deal
of butter ns! what shall be done with
tbe sour milk. t,Fe;i1 it to ttirkpys,
chirk A3 ad! pips, or. if you keep nmie
fi)f those, make it into eottaijo clifoso,-
jK -IV N.truM' a i J
! TYuTt Ynt up in Tin cms shotiM 1
taken out when tlia'can is opened fof
I If allowotl to remiiln aftorthe Can
la opened tho action of acid juices upon
the tirTwhcir exposed 1o tho air may
form acetuto of tin, which is poisonous.
Ckir.trgo Journal. . (
, i OaU and barlty should be rolled
; when they are three or four inches high,
' especially if the wenther is very warm
and dry. The roller checks the too
rapid growth caused bv the warm
; weather and promotes tillering at the
' roots. Exrhan e. . f
. . Graham biscuits are very nice if
; raten while fresh and warm. To one
pint of milk allow half a cup of melted
i butter, half a onp of sujytir, and two
add enough Hour to mako a still
: butter; do not attempt to knead them,
'. but drop from a spoou into hot mullin
; tins. X. Y. J'ost.
Th Prairie, Farmer snys: "lo prfl
; vent the kin from discoloring after a
blow or fall, take a little dry starch or
j arrowroot, anil merely moisten it with
j cold water, and lay it on the injured
! part.' This must he done immediately,
i ao as to prevent the action of the air
' upon the .skin. However, it may be ap-
plied some hours atterward with effect."'
' A preat many fields, especially
those long and narrow, are always
(.plowed tho same way. Simply ehang
"jng'the" direction of working will often
make a great increase in productive
ness. '' Tne Jfurnmr cut across the old
Iine of furrows is not stopped by the
"am! Vtones, wlil'lft new soil i opened
to the growth cf plant roots." Amer
, ' As soon as the early crop or pota
toes has been harvested you may plant
sunflowers. Put the seeds in twelve
. inches apart each way, and when they
,1 nVifoot high earth them up and they
will need no further rare. If you keep
bees the blossoms w 11 be valuable.whilo
the seeds are excellent for poultry and
arc in demand for making toilet-soap.
N Y. Times.
Chocolate Creams: Two. cups ol
granulated sugar, half ft enp of milk.
Iloil just five minutes. Then take it
from tho stove aud stir it till it is stiff;
then drop on buttered plates and leave
till cold. While it is cooling break a
square of chocolate in small pieces in a
. obowl, and set it over, a , tea-kettle in
'which, the water Is boirng. After it is
melted, then take the drops and with a
fork roll them in the melted chocola'c;
then lay on the plates till cold. The
Advanee. ' 4 Vi'rU V
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Change of Clothing1 In the Spring. ;
It would seem judicious, a safe ar
rangement, to always adiij)t, the cloth
ing "to the temperafnnv oJ any and nil
seasons. There are those, however,
who continue to wear the winter cloth
ing till a particular day in, the spring
ux (summer, whatever may be the Jem-
.l4'aturit This " courseif hot unwise
and absurd, involves the idea of ex
tremes , of .temperature, a part of the
time sweltering, suffering from , tho
heat, which must prove exhausting,,
really predisposing ono to colds. Just'
to the extent that oae endures thfl heat
- 'of woliic of 4 the. eullty ' Uuys W the ad
vanced spring before that magical
day fixed for the change arrives tho
vita) forces must be exhausted, for it is
a fact fiat unnecessary heat must le-pie-is
and debilitate. inco no intelli
gent person will claim that the discom
fort of an excess of clothing can guard
, one from colds but the contrary, is
true it nnist be .regarded as safe and
judicious to adapt the clothing each
day to the demands of the temperature.
During a very warm day, i instead of
suffering from heat, it is safe to jay oil
a small part of the clothing, as an" un
der garment, still retaining enough
to be.perleqUy, comfortable, . ad, no ono
.will contract a cold while alt parts i of
the body are comfortably warm, while
a cold is possible from the discomforts
of heat. An under-coat may .be
omitted, xvearing ; the . over-coot, or
'drawers 'may Ikj removed, or lighter
ones may take the place of those ap
propriate in the winter. Tho change,
if made at all, will bo as abrupt in
Juna as in April, or even in March,
when the weather is sometimes quite
warm. Hesides. wo are better able to
bear such changes. in the early- part of
, the season K before we have been debili
tated by heat, than at the latest possi
ble perod. It is presumable that no
ono will demand the same amount of
futl used at this season that was burned
in the coldest weather in the winter,
and yet that would , be as appropriate
as the use of the same winder clothinn
' 1 in the warm spring days. 1
Comfort is always safe, while discom
fort may I o regarded as an indication
that something is wrong. It is an easy
ma'ter to lay aside, gradually, our gar
ments, as tbt warm weather advances,
adapting it each day, and at d ffercnt
times in the day, to the temperature.
It may be safe to wear no over-garment
at midday, while ' an extra one may be
needed in t.he evening, changing as the
temperature changes. Indeed, one can
scarcely be too careful at night, after a
very warm and pie i&ant day. . If one
urges a lack of time to attend to this
matter, I simply say that any one
can find time for sickness and death.
If so, it is possible to have abundant
time for the care cf the health, to do
which is a duty, if not as high a one
as prayer, a duty nevertheless. 'There
is always tirn for the d.scharge of all
duties, if we will arrange our other la
bors appropriately. Dr. J, II. llannn
ford, in Golden Ruin.
queer Y'rt For Cigars.
When tho American ship Carrie
Hertha, from , Ms1 anas, arrived on
Saturday, she a iriex ket at one' of the
Jersey City piers. , Mie had a miscella
neous cargo,, and (4he customs-house
otlicers in overhauling if, made, certain
discoveries ' which led them to believe
that there was more on liourd than
the ship's mani'est which is supposed
to embrace every article in the ship's
cargo seemed to call for. Detectives
from the spec'al treasury agent's olliee
in this city visited tho ship and found
7,800 fine cigars concealed in various
hiding places. Somo were in a
cleverly hidden hole in a bulkhead in
the cook's galley, l.O.'iO were in the
lazaretto, 4,!i.r0 w'ero in a cask labeled
"Pilot bread," and the remainder wero
in the legs of the captain's writing
desk, which were hollowed out and
si u fled full of cigars. Alvin Hall, the
captain; Michael K. Simpson, the
second mate, and Charles Prince, sea-"
man, w nrrested oo a charge of at
tempted smuggling and taken before
United States Commissioner Muirhcid
in Jersey City. The prisoners were
held for examination and the looty was
fiven in charge of custodian Isaac
'riruble at tho custom-house seizure
room. N. Y. Herald. ' ,
A white man, apparently well edu
cated, anil with plenty of money but
blind, applied in vain to Kansas City
Justices aud minsters to unite hint in
marriage to a lady of color. Thoso
estimable citizens were much shocked,
and tried to persuade the mnn to give
up the idea, but he was a faithful lover,
and swore the woman should yet bo his
wife.'- Inasmuch as ho could not see,
and could say, "If she be not black to
mo, what care I how black she be," it
would seem that the sensitive scruples
,of the Justices might have been over
come. Kah.vt.1 t'ili Times.
The latest turn taken by duelists
is to disagree about the kind of weapons
long enough for the officers to arrest
them. This plan gives them the covet
ed notoriety without th danger. N.
' ' ' . rhylc Kndnt-snee.
Impure blood, dy-jpepsia, weak lungs,
weak kidneys, and a weak nervous syRtem
are tbe Ave great enemies of physical en
durance. Fui lfy the blood, strengthen the
various organs of life by usiug l)r. Guy
ott's Yellow Dock and Barnaparillu. a
preparation of Yellow Dock, Harsaparilla,
Juniper, Iron. Buchu, Celery, CulUaya.
etc. It is the Queen of all blo'od purifiers I
It strengthens every part of the bo ly. Its
, use will make you healthy and strong and
increase your power of en luranue. It is
' Nature's best : assistant. Try it.
1 i ,: ( , 1 i; . ..i , .
A Glasgow boy has been summoned as'
awitni'St in a case bttlore the Municipal
Court. His mother took great pains in in
fct ucting him as to tU behavior, ami was
. particularly solicitous as to his doing' at
once.wi bout a moment's besi'ation, wnat
ever be might bo asked to. : The hour of
trial nrriv.-d, and Jock, in his 'Kunday
elites," et out for court In high spirits.
He'd not been gonelong when he returned.
length his mother succeeded in eliciting the
truth: "Weell. thuy , tuk me into a b g
roomwi'a chiel wi'' a white pow (head)
sit tin' his lane, an' a lot o' niair chiels sit
tiu' below him, au' the chiel wi' the white
row axed me ma name. An' I tellt' him,
,'Jqck .MueNab.', ,Ati'. lie tellt' me; 'Jock
MsrNab.nhaud m your han'. an, iweir.'
An ! put up ma han', and said! D
your een, sir:' and they put me oot."
.Glasgow Time$. )
T, 1 .
HAT-Fivya. Since boyhood 1 have been
troubled with Catarrh and Hay-Fever, and
was unable to obtain relief until I mod
Ely's Cream Bnlui. 4 It has cured me. E.
L. CLlCKttNKK, New Brunswick. N. J.
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" Marriage toilets for gentlemen" are
advertised in an, Omaha newspaper.
When your wife's health is bad, when
your children aro sickly, when you feel
worn out, use Brown's Iron Bitters.
- lr your horses have sore shoulders,
scratches, cuts cr open sores of any kiud,
ase Stewart's Healing Powder. ,,,
" " NEW YOHK, July 3, ISA?.
CATTLE Ernorts 00 & S Jft
fw ma-Good to choice;......! I r5 & e 7ft
W HEAT No. 2 Ked 1 17 V 1 17'4
No. 31Ujd 1 OHj.rra 1 osv
COHN-No.S I oo'Vft til
OATS Western Mixed. HH & 411
POliK New Muss 17 75 to 18 00
UhKVKS Exports 6 75 8 10
FtiirtoQood 6 U5 H 109
Texas Steers 8 75 5 25
HOOS Common Ut select.... 5 75 10
SHEEP Fair to Choice 8 50 (Tft 4 00
J'MltJR XXXto'holco..,., , 8 IW (in 5 (XI
UU.iT-No.-'.Winter..U.., 1 07 ( 1 07'4
No. :i " j Mi fro 97
CORX-No. t Mixed 4;i ti 44
OATS-No. Xt 4
aouAcco Lutfs 8 "i e e ou
, Medium Leaf.... 5 00 Tj 11 M
ffATrho,ce Tll,,,,,uy M00 (SH6 00 '
IMTTTEK- t'hoite Dairy 15 fa 17
IMtOOM-ftlHN-Prlme... ...... 8 to 4
EfjdS-Cholee i fm vt
POHK Kj-w Mess 17 (10 frTi 17
IIACON-Clear Hili ill ft 104
LAUD Prime Steam........ ; tt H s?i
wtKiL Tub-washed, medium. 80 fb Xi
Unwashed 17 M '
AJIlL:EPort,, w en 5 00
y.VU,."rt',,'J to choice 6 K5 H 6 IS-
Vi ..,,..:!,(, to choice 4 50 (.4 ft I Hi ,
JLOL'it -Winter..., 4 00 i S aa 1.
WHEAT No. 2 Sprliuf ........ io buu
muv' v "S- 1 07 .4 1 07!i
MVP NO'8 :U "
rOKK-New Wens u ao (i 15 83
KAN8A3 CITY. . , 1
CATTLE Native Steers 4 40 54s
. Native Cows 8 25 ft 4 10
HOOS-galesat J20 it 6W
-f,1ATiNS-,"-V .. O v
itITk m,ed- 87 .
OATS No. 2 80 33
NEW OHLKANS. -
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MA( ON C lear Rib J iu (h nu
sunning uit'.env. ina following colloquy
ensued: "What's wrong wi' ye, laddie!"'
"'ae muckle." , "Ay, but what's wtang
wi' ye!" "Nae ' muekl. I tell ve At-.
SO JI0.HE EXEMPT.
Tbe Snmee of Tlinar M)-tlnns Tmnbtes
That Come to Kvrrr lluunrliultl
Tb following rt.icl- from the Drmorrat
ami Chronicle, of Koehe-ter, N. Y., is of so
striking a nature and emanates f 10m no re
liable a source, that it is herewith repulv
lished entire. Iu additloti to the vulmtbld
ma'ter it contains, it will be found exceed
ingly interesting: ' '' :
Ttitha KiWnrof thr. fienntrnt orid Hirunidr.i
Hia: My motive for thu pulilicniimi of
the most unusual stntemeuU which lollow,
are, first, cratituile for the fact that 1 have
been saved from a most horrible deuth,
and, secondly, a desire to warn all w ho read
this statement auinst some of the niot de
ceptive iiifluenceg by which they have ever
been surrounded. It Is a fact that t.vday
thouxnnd of people are within foot of
the grave and 'hey do n-t know It. To tell
how I whs cou ht away from jut this piv.
niuuii iuu iu winiouiara auuist nearing
It, are my objee iu this communication.
On the first day of June, iwl. Hay at my
residence in IbU city atirroundcd by my
frionds ami waitini: for death. Henven
only knows the agony I then endured, for
words can never describe it. And yet, if a
few years previous, any one had trdd ma
that I was to be brought so low, and by bo
terrible a disease, I should have scoffed at
the idea. I had always been uncommonly
strong and healthy, had weighed over 200
pouuug ana uaruiy knew, in my own ex.
licrience, what, pain or sickness were,
Very lmmv oeonlu whowiil read this statu,
ment realize at times that they are Unu-
Miaily tired, andean not account for it.
Tuey feel dull and indi Unite pulns in va
rious parts of the body, and do not under
stand it. Or they are exceedingly hungry
one day and entirely wi .hout appetite tho
next. This was just the way I Jell when
the relentloss tnaladv which lia.l
itself upon mo first began." Ktdl I thought
11. us iioming; mat ptooatiiy 1 nod Taken
a cold which would soon pass away.
Shortly after this I noticed a heavy, Hnd at
times a neuralgic, pain in my head, but as
is wouiu come one day and be gone th
next, 1 paid but little attention to il. How
ever, my stomach was out of order and my
food often failed to digest, causing at times
great inconvenience. Yet I had no idea,
even as a physician, that thesa things
uu.-Bui, anyiiiing serious or that a mon
strous disease was becoming fixed upon
me. Candidly, I thought I was suffering
from Malaria, and so drtctoied myself ao
cordtngly. But I got no better. I next
noticed a peculiar color arid odor about the
fluids I was passing also that there Were
large-quantities one day aud very little
the next, and that, a peilitent Irotb aud
scum appeared upon the surface, and a
fpiliment set led in the bottom. And yet I
did not i talic tny danj,-rr, for, indeed, see
ing these symptoms continually, I finally
became accustomed to them, and my sus
picion was wholly disarmed' by the fact
that I bad no pain In the affected organs or
in their vicinity. Why I should have been
so iiiinu 1 can not understand. j
1 Ther is a terrible f uture for all physical
neglect, and impending danger always
brings a person to bis senses, even though
it may theu be too late., 1 realised, atrlast,
mycritioa) condition and aroustid myself
to overcome it. And, Ohl how hard I
trsmlri. I consulted tba .bfit inudical skill
In the land. I visited all the prominent
mineral sprula In America',, and traveled
from Maine to California. Ktill I grew
worse. No two physicians 'agrwud- as to
my malady. One said I was troubled with
epinnl UTi'.ation; another, nervous pros
tration; another, mala ia; another, dys
spepsia: another, heart-disease: another.
general dtbility; - another, congestion of
tha base of the brain ; and bo on through a
loiilist of cotnuiondisausesttheiyntptoms
of all of which I really had. In this way
several years passed, during all of which
time I waHSteadily growing worse. ' My
condition had really become pitiable, i The
slight symptoms I at first experienced
were dev"opoj iuto terribla and constant
uisoruers ine little twigs or pain had
grown to oaks of agony. My weight had
been reduced from 207 to 130 pounds.
My life was a torture to myself 1 and
friends. I could retain no food upon my
stomach, and lived who'ly bjr injections. I
was a living iihiki of pain. My pulse was
uncontrollable. In my ogmy I trequently
fell upon the floor, convulsively f clutched
the carpet, and prayed for death.' Mor-
fihine hud little or no effect in deadening
he pain. For six days and nights I had
tho death-premouitory Mccougbs con
stantly. My urine was filled w ith tubo
casts ami albumen. I was struggling with
Bright's Disease of the kidneys in iu lust
etage8. , ,
While sultering .thus il received a call
from my pastor, the Hev. Dr. Foote, rector
Of St. "Paul's Church, of this city. I felt
that it was our last interview, but in the
course of conversation he mentioned a rem
edy of which I had beard much but had
never uswU Dr. Foote detailed to me the
many remarkable cures which had come
under his observation by means of this
remedy, and urged me to try it. As a prac
ticing physician and graduate of tbe schools
I cherished the prejudice both natural and
common with all regular practitioners, and
derided the idea of any medicine outside
the regular channels being the least bene
ficinl. So solicitous, however, was1 Dr.
Foote.that I finally promised I would wnive
my prejudice and try the remedy be i(o high
ly recommended. I began its use on the
first day of June-and took tt according to
directions. At first it sickened me; but
this I thought was a good sign for me In
mv debilitated condition. I continued to
take it; the nickeuing sensation departed
and I was able to retain food upon my
stomach In a few days I noticed a de
cided change for the better as also did my
wife and Iriends. My hiccoughs ceased
aud I experienced less pain than formerly.
I was so rejoiced at this improved condi
tion that, upon what I had believed but a
few days before was my dying lied, I
vowed, 111 the presence of my family and
friends, should I recover I would both pub
licly and privately uitke known this rem
edy for the good of humanl y, wherever
and whenever I had an opportunity. I
also determined that I would give a course
of lectures in thu Corinthian Academy of
Music in this city, ata ing in full thesyinp
tona aud almost hopelessness of luy dis
ease and the remarkuble mean by which
I have been saved. Mv improvement waa
constant from that time, aud iu leaa than
three month I Lad gained twenty-six
pounds in flash, became entirely-free from
pain and 1 believe I owe tny life mid pres
ent condition . wholl to Warner's bale
(jure, the remedy wblcb I used.
Since mv recovery I have thoroticlil-v r.
Investigated the subject of kidney difficul
ties and Bright'a disease, aud the truths
developed are astounding. I therefore
state, deliberately, and as a physician, that
I believe more than one-half the deaths
which occur . in America are caused by
Blight's disease of the kidneys. This niav
sound like a rash 'statement, but I am pre
pared to fully; verify it. Bright'a disease
has no distiuc.tve symtoms of its own, (in
deed, it often develops without any pain
whatever in tbe kidneys or their vicinity),
but has the symptoms of nearly every other
known couiplaintv Hundreds of people die
daily, whose burials are authorized bv a
physician's certificate of " Heart-Disease."
" Appcplexy.' " Paralysis," " Ppinnl Com
plaint," " Hheumatisin," "Pneumonia,"
and other common diseases, when in reality
it was B izht's Disease of the kidneys.
Few physicians, and fewer people, renlize
the exteht of this cli-ieane or it dangerous
and insidious tia'u e. 44 It steals into Dm
system like a thief, mani'esis Its presence
by the commonest symptoms, and fastens
itself upon the constitution lefore the vic
tim is awnro. It is uro rly as hereditary as
C'nsumt'io.i, qtiltf 11s common nod fully as
fatnl. Kn ire tnmilies, iuheri ing It tiom
their antes' ors, have died, and yet none of
the number knew or realized the mysterious
power which was removing them. Instead
of common symptoms it often shows none
whatever, but brings death suddnt ly, and
as such is usually supposed to be. heart-disease.
As o e who has suffered, and knows
by bitter experience what he says, I im
plore evoi y one who reairslhnse words not
to negloct the slightest symptom of k dney
dilllculty. Certain agony and possible
death will be the sure result, of such neg.
lect, and no one can affoid to hazurd such
1 am aware that such an unqualified
statement as this, coming from tne, known
as I am, throughout the entire land as a
practitioner and lecturer, will arouse tho
surprise and possible animosity of the
medical profession and astonish all witli
whom I am acquainted, but I make the
foregoing statements, based upon facts
which 1 am prepared to produce, and ti eths
w. ich I can substantiate to the letter. Tue
welfare of those who may possiblv Imj suf
ferers such as I was, is an ample inu'jeement
forme to take the step I have, and it I
can successfully warn others from the
dangerous path In which I once wulkq.l, I
am willing to endure all professional and
personal consequences. '
J. B. Hknton:, M. D.
The umbrella Is the cVeck-rain of tho hu
man animal. Iloxton Transcript.
To Consumptives. ;
Reader, can you believe thnt the Crea'or
afflicts one-third of, mankind with a disease
for which there is no remedy Dr. R, V.
Pierce's " Golden Medical Discovery" has
cured hundreds of cases of consumption,
and men are living to-day healthy, robust
men whom physicians pronounced incura
ble, because ono lung was almost gone.
Bend two stamps for Dr. Pierce's pamphlet
on Consumption and kindred 'Affections.
Address V ould's Disi'k.vsauy Medical
Association, Buffalo, N. Y, .,, 1
Old puns are not poetical, audi vet
they've all beou metaphor.- I'liiladctiihid
Ll : 1 Ii : , I 1
, YotDuo or middle aged men suffering
from nervous debility, loss of memory,
premature old age, as the result of bad
habits, should send three stamps for Part
VII of Dime (Series pamphlets. Address;
World's PrsrENSARf Mku:jaL Associa
tion Buffalo, N. Y. , 1
A "Ladies' Shoemaker" advertises him
self as one of the luminaries of "tho (Sole
her System." Ulatyoio Etching Tinics.
Dr. Pierck'8 " Favorite Prescription" Is
the debilitated Woman's best restorative
tonic. j 1 . ;
Tub man who knows the most is not an
owing muu. I
, Medical Skill Haffled. , I
T. C. ! Coy 1, 1 of ' Clarksburg; "W. i Va.,
writes: I am quite familiar with KcoVill'S
Barsapakilla and Btillinoia, or lli.ooo
and Liveii Byrup, having used it fair tho
past fifteen years as an alterative medi
cine, and can safely say that it is superior
to any with which I am acquainted now ini
the market for the cure and control of those
diseases of the blood thut have bafll td the
skill of the masters of the medical profes
"I have struck bed rock," said tho tired
baby when they put him in the cradluy
RusstA Salve is unrivaled for its speed!
Ing qualities. Ask your druggist for it. E
Why is a compositor like a cripple
cause he can't gut ou without a stick.
Elkton, Kt. Dr. E. B. Weathers says:
I regard Brown's Iron Bitters as a inudi
ciuo of unusual worth." T
Don't Tlo In the House. " Rough on Hats,'
clears out rats, mice, Hies, roaches, ucd-bugs. 15a.
" -n-, 1 " r-- I 1
A BtrNanrx.K is a very necessary thing In
a barrel, but after all, it is nothing.
'iIAX'F,CT44 Having been effljcted with
Hay-tever foi years I gave Ely's Creaiu
Balm a trial. I have had no attack since
using it. E. R. Rauch, Editor Carbon4 Co.
Vemnarat,- Muuctr thank, Pa. Price 5Jo.
When does a budding young damsel
burst into frui ? Whoa sue .becomes tue
apple of. some one's eye. (
Wells' "Rnno-li nn lV, ,, A - v. 1' a
- . B.. .... n, iiir is,
Complete, permanent cure. Corns, bunions.
Tue sighs of a lover are supposed to In
dicate the sizo of his affection. j .
. . vu. n ruxji.o aim niii Mt- wiiq
tyou s Puteut Heel StitTener, and wear thoia
aval a, gold by Mjoo and burdwui-o dealers.
' A wit being asked, on the failure1 of a
bank: "Were you not upset!"' replied:
"jNo; J only lost my balance." , 4
Bklnnv Men. Wiiot irAii. t-1. m
restores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia,
Why must Ino-to h
- o" 13 iwbuvqg
stands to reason. 1
Tr BinictiHl with RrA Pvna r- 'iB.,.n
Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it. too-
PtinMnn- ln-Hflttrti nil ViAn,. - .1 tji J
drr Complaints ,cured by "Buchu-Paibe.,'iti4U
Coldeil's I.laillil ltvf Tnnln !
Will cure indigestion, dyspepsia or loss of
appetite. Coldun's, uo other. , ., ,
Wise's Axle Grease never gums.
S25 Every Day
Can bo oaaUy nad with oar
Well Augers & Drills
On aira and on, horMTeqnirod. We
ara lb only makara of tb I'lflla WU
Boriag and aooa-Drillluc Maobloo.
WBrrat4 tka IUt mm Faxkl
Iff aoa of oar Batoaara inaka from a SB uiia.J..
SovS B&4 Cuoular FBII. Addraaa,
LOOMIS NTMANa TIFFIN. OHIO,
nV.W Hh .W
a will aompiatriT aaanga uu blood la I ha astir rr-m la ihraa nauka Amy aaiaaa W 1U t.ka oiik f n r.
EACH NlOli r FROU ON TO TWKLVB WhtKS. a..y a. mm. to m.d tZZ. IfTaek , lS io"!.
for nrioc eal. Complainla Ua FUla ban no aaaaL FkyiiclaM tkta. IbcilraSiol S.H -Vja i
rJatbrm.llfcrHr.nmnrl..,p. gnd far aamalUrt I. g. JOHNSON j, CO., B QetOr mI," V
Tna proper wny to warm the house l to
keep the cellar cn'.od.
"WotJEsv;t.i.t, N. C Dr. I. C. McT.nnrU
ltn oy! "1 u ed Brown's Iron Hitter for
vertigo and 1 now frcl like a new man."
"-" - , . - . , ,
"Wrt does a kUe raise the spirits?'
"BecaUse'it's the crt-mn of ta-la."
IsvERTons' Hand-Book FRrc.-Tust nnft.
How groat fortunes have been mad. His
tory of invent ions; valuable to all who rend
and think. Order it by postal card. N. W.
Fitzgerald, "Solicitor, Washington, D. C.
File, loaches, ants, Ivd-bus, rifs, mfe
crows, dialed out by "Rough on Uats.'Mv
, I r
ALL recomni'tid Wise's Axle Orcaso.
No tltns thnukl be
iiwt If ilia iiomsch.
Ivrr nd bowen r
(tcoud. to sdnpt til
ur ri'mody. Il ipn t.
trr'i Stomncli Blltrri.
IMkcsws nf ihc urenne
nsmtd besot otlitre
, far more w rtous, mil
i a delay Is tb'-n'tora
i hlr,loul. Dyspep-
la. llv, r cnmplnlit.
chill and fercr. urty
kliln y vpikni ii.
brinij arrletis lHiftlI
trouhli- in rlllr-d I li.
Lote no Min- In nulnt
tlitii 'tt. t tlvo anil aafe
Kir imjc by al
DrnifKltt pud llraii
O XX X O VJl. o O
CENTRAL Ml. Off; IIALI.
TR. F. ZIF.dKELD, PRKmnrsT. All lii'trunrrKT
and Voli'r rai'frtit ryt,h'not aHlliful IiitrniMi a. roll
1 nil ononi 8 iitciutx-a :a ilftl Knid f or CiUAWipun.
tlOM. ir.n.TH.Kfll ( Ol LK(IK. Ann Arhor.M :cL
I bind, ma wankii in M.M. til.UHilonaKtiariiiit.-iil.
AUI LKK11IS KUM, IJlngton, Mo. None but tv st
Kirln" wanti d. Cualns'ic, J. A Qt-aulks, D. D.
Bt, Lmti. Mo. 7MI fitudMita ymrly. OradunT.., .iirr- tuft
la (aulas amploym.au HKNO FOK C'lUCL'I.AlW
VrA 1 1 11 CT RJI O r ,,'4rn Tat-sosarHT hfrf an4
I UUIIg IWlOl I w-will aivii yon a nil null, ,u-
Clreulanlrte. VAl.t.N TlNKUItOs.. Juiie.vll,.', VHa.
V or irvej imkik, auuriH
KM OF BIKUHAIVllON, JSwf
wnoiua t o.i, H. i.'siji
Far aa la-ukim h,.u,... , . .... a
" . 7 . . rt'mmtnm ui lor
NEW A II K o "lS&
' '"THE BE8T IS CHEAPEST."
ENCHEs, THRCQNCDC swi bills,
orsafiitf-ri niiusiuuil-J fntnll.r
IRultnltoall wiio-in. i Wrnefora mi-.k IIIuk. Pamphlna
awl Prima id ThoAultman&Tay lor Co., llanll,:M. uhicX
-CUftlt WUICl Ail r.cr tauc
B-Wia ClUaf h Hvftln. Tivutaai jt.w
n- iii iiiiit-. rwiitj w nnitrri'rn.
Pistols, &o., al Wholesale Rate.
A (iutlit 'V-Mlliit Trf.v.Ov.w M...a
Finn Twin Oum l0.tc5, U: , c.
8,-nd forour ufw Pri..ii.ii.i vi. i
A.0 Alford ft Co., No.Ua W.Bako. Bt-,Bitimors,H4.
lUT THIS OUT
whh TKN CrtHM,,
- mix TOtrii rearci44
(by Hail ft OoliteB &tm of OooOa. Ih4 will brlnr yog la m.f
BEFORE YOU BUY A BICYCLE
Of anyklnd.iWTidstflnintne'DItll ItUOM).
Iylon, Ohio, fur laritn llhuiral. J i'nuo
I tat of New aud Sacond-Haud laacblw a.
llHllll.il traits. Wo mnka onlaruad copiea Irons
amall pictum by naw aniff'beautifiil metiiudi. Send f,r
circular. VVilberOopyins Co.,4l N.llli lU.Nt. Lou in. Mo,
f C la till perdayatnome. Snmplra worth 'BS
43 IB f ZU 're AddressatiuiaON aco. IsuUand. alo.
Morphlm Habit Cured In 10
ti iv. no p.iy tin cnri
fi'S? -f W- Co., Ann Arhoa.
yi Mlrta.. for Or. fbam'a family Phyalt'irn: arlla ft,
Afaau anted. Walnuu'a lnuirtft TKUlea. aut.&wC
ODini1". and WniAKT HABITS dire
w r. w IMS at Imjiiii" wlihout pa u. U ok of pur
ticu.ara auul ft e. b M. Wikillsi.M D AUauU.G.
"Whoi aale and retail. Rend tor prlor-ltat.
uuti nt 13. O. V. "WlKa made li orili-r.
E. UURNHAM, TI StauioiKcL Cbicaw.
malte money aclilnK oor Family Mcdl
rlnrini capital nnulri-d. stsiiaso
C'DEKto., lai Pearl Bt., Nsw Voua.
AOKXTSl imD for me beat and raatnr-
llniKl'fliirlal B'loknand Blulra. I'ric t t i1ui-im
83 pur teak leaTU'K A4. Pi SLiaaise 00. , Bt. Loula, klo.
tag Kl,"CPr or Klea la J I hoora. Fno to poor
IH.h.iiux, aH4 Araeual au, bu Louli V
A VEEKIn VOIirown town. Termi mt
tSouUHfrw. iiW l Ulalleu k Ux.PilLauU..U
t9, A JYEEK- 813 day at home easily ma
B aiOoalii ouuattoa. adUnaa Inw k Co, Augiiwa. :
WHEM "WKITlNa TO AIVKUTISI Il
please say yen saw the advertisement tat
this paper, Advrtlarallk toknowwhoa
and whese Uu Lr axlvertiseuaeau ara paf
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