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lthe N .:: a saibt - x e te e y e.mea. CUREC Vi'`.-..'th?,A , _ t d M·, - iii o tth. O thi drj - G- vol i taken oebd's'- parilla ava E1 ath stZamsalsfid it Isan ezuleatwreuedy. -". oeos x r have ba Ub iar .i, asooot o `dyS- but teatp ellm rightetato lei e1Qw toahouler, so sever:efeared no tiHiold-Lose the Us. of It.` cm S_ Stm better soon after I began with Hood's an S ,,a. olaw and when I had tlkes four bottles :." ' ehmatis entirely leis me, oIawsI eeaa co w a nissterofthe M. E. church 4 0eera, and lme hers of sedentary habits hare sered S thi rta -;i peti food digested w to, ue , te ýS . ,in ` I vote for Hood's."a R ins aR, ioh for. Vt. - aod'sngPills are the r besters. ter-dinner P ;1s PfLls.aeaet·4igestion. cure headache: 250 im i. L.LYONS & O.1 Proprietors, t di S" ugust Flower" w that if it had not been Vfor August rc ow I should have died bore s guarand sufferteed to one butre SdyspEveyptic c an. I employed NO" DUUCiOINS-DOSE': ONETBLE POOALW IW. 01 Lx *m I, Feth, ga8 it Dusa Smsa:-I do not __nt to be hout a lof or best doctors Colic and otevCured a ong s efit. Theyown an l sutoldbj met to t bo b named disese. Amy, and liver oublner and breeder ofythorses, cows ate dstogs. I me sod the Specific in a good number of eases, and is C vert instnc, ouha d it fully as good uas orit er cred me. There is no incr demeand or it f here mong the farmers. Yours.o 1L.LYONS & CO., Proprietorse Wsw. O SAlesias. v . 51 Flower" p " I am ready to testify under oath in m m zm oa. o - .ftO$~esrA.L ~ I lr Cia euiwjA -will-arry off lttheater, nd tmthe r otofh the soad dry. Then select s dec wil apt see Sai ely ad, meltig snow in ont 188. A few years ago this" rad was sm mdd* s to be for weeks at Cad a time almost b. From photograh. a the clay from the sub-soil for the road; go this clay should be fee from organic matter, as far as possible, should be h dry and compact, ground fine andn should be put on in thin layers and i rolled-as hard as possible; in this re, in spect our common road rollers are de tective in their operation; while they so level ano ompress the surface, they do So not allow the air and moisture to es- th cape; they fail to packl the dirt firmly he and to make the road solid and hard. This can only be done with a roller, constructed on the a principle of the tempering wheel used in the old time brick yards, which roller should be 4 made with narrow steel tires with spaces between. A heavy roller con structed on this- plan would render the road hard and smooth. Nlotice how the bottoms of ponds are made water tight by the trampling of hogs and cat tie. and other animals having split e hoofs. This could not be done by the in feet of horses and .pules" ,.."''" cempress the surface and b, leave the clay undisturbed a few inches n leow, as does onur common ad ad roller. t The road must be kneaded, ground and ho packed from the bottom upward in no layers so thin that the roller pene- is trates to the bottom of each, expelling all the air and moisture. To keep the if surface of the road dry and hard, it T should have crown enough to make ai the transverse grade tgreater than the longitudinal grade which would run tl the most of the water to the side a ditches. If the water be permitted to run down the road constantly increas- P ing in volume and velocity, it will wash away the best of roadcs. e Where the road is vmry steep, trans- a verse ridges would assist in turning p the water to the sides. Keeping the e roads .i repair should be the duty otf d competent .men, who should devote p their whole tim tto it. Roads can only h be made in warm weather and after i' every rain this kneading roller lhould be applied to harden and pack them; the summer wind and sun woud swu evap- It orate all the organic matter and moisture, and the road would not heave its the spring when the frost leaves the c s ground; notice the suil in a hard, dry bank where air and moisture do not t penetrate, no heaving there. 1 am iny cined to the belief that roads should h Sfollow the natural lay of the country, rather ths n direct lines which neces sitate deep cuts. I write this not as a matured plan, but only a a suggestion, and to call out the opinions and the re Ssult of the observations of others. John C. Bender, in Rural World. i DWARF FRUIT TREES. t When Properly Grafted They Be ry aolt i in Three Years. As a rule those looking towards a permanent orchard do not care to plant dwarf trees whether pear or ap ple, becanse such trees, are less perma nent than standard th Some ar led toe t lant them by the btaking name dwarf, which leads them to think there is less room required for t, hem. There ois in one way, but not in ald, other. all the ground that their limbs over -spread, while te standard, being d trimmed up several feet, permits the -* use of the soil under it. The chief a [ in in dwarfs is in the getting of the W fruit early. In the case of the apple, . for instance, on a standard tree there A is disappointment i fruit be looked for punder eight or ten years. On the other e hand ai dwarf, when grafted on the tParadise stock, will bearn in itwo or thre ars. This gives one a chance to et some fruit, whe th ile waiting for othe standardsi to come iin. This stode dwarfs apples so much that they can iwouled t ey n to be far enough aplrt, foer them for many years. Otorers are or exceedingly troublesome to dwarf Saes, and agoo d t loolwng after must be given them twice a year.-Practican t Farmer. usualy, do not want to insell good tcowl Raise your own eowe , Toe large farmer may perhaps be ex ohsed for not main taining agooddat. The smaell farmer nnot e thus ex aBoos buatter is herampant in our marp . kets. What are the dairy meetings do Sig to prevent this unholy competition with honest butter? SWea see it stated that scalding hot d water is the best to cleanse dairy uten ails It is not true. Wash them with cold water, and then apply hot water. • Teta cow that is constantly confined Swill sgiaer in health. Nio doutbt of ith. _She may give a little more milk, but She wiU not gievmilk as long as if she budnsorme exercise. vdan batter maker who makes the hoet butter incureases whe consumption of ~lter, and that makes better prices. e wa-y bto .inaugrate fa reform is to + with eart elves. -- e _armers x'te- T, i eto tht St Yll "]"e .-..H,11 ered- sd pro ~iaY F SIn the b apti , slet in the woodse a rich, ~Oyot of with bgrond, and arn ifoued bro~iuhela Mit. this soil and 1 ashes and spread it in an even layer 1 six inches deep over the bed. This soil' should be loose and loaty, and full of detayped vegetable matter, so that it wilnot bake or become solid. It will also hea more uvenly, all not be.hrough. apt t get too otvere It is mch less la bor to burn the soele and kill the woed seeds than to-pall the weeds afterwagood-, andsh treatd in this way the bed will always be clean. This is especially advix inchsable i the bed s to be ssoon with onlon seeds, and the seedlind full to be tra not bplante become solid. It will I so heat quitmore a lauicky, bed with onon eeds ast season. Abot is much waless drilled in, and the rst was sown brad east," or evenly, all over tS*e bed and lightly covered with elean soil. I find thatby sowithan topull the seed broadcast . an grow many mthis way plantsone bed will same space, and that tey will be as with goodn or better, than swn in rows. be They are usually straighter, more ben stocky and better rooted. One can sow almost just the rigbed wiamont of ter seed and not have it too thialck, as, ly ing on the surface, it s plainly visible.broad lightly can see no dvntah cle whatever in that by sowing any kind of seed in drills i the soil has been freed from weed-seeds ion the sk the manner described. Ilt the seed, for however, is to be sown on soilfoulws. A coll with weed-seeds, bually straighter, more ben inow almost justhat the soi can be mount of teri iass Itth eo last. -. T P -. • hotbed; iI seed and not have thought too expensivethick, as, lythe ' ing on the surface, it is plainly ver isibl ver. sowin muslany kin; deavy musleed in drills ifshades the or c the manner described. If s,*the bseed will Cfor lou for coal eive a thorouh waterin. ot less el with weed-half a gedallon by all means owpplied in Glass ine spray, should be used hotbed;y Sbut if it is thought too expesive, the ood next best and. cheapest cover is very dAe thin muslin; heavy muslink shades the allcked bed too much. Of course,.the bed will Cal i need fur~ther protection from frost and koie heavy rainst it n th inside. Thiscon wil makotbeds dry ot qbedickly, especially and prevent if tite covering is raised or taken opidy. t The soil should be kept quite moist,everal and when it becomes dry should re-are tratr e ceive a thorough watering. Not lesb auc a than half a gallon of wnter. applied in pre e a ine spray, should be used to evety to a square toot of surface. It is a good See h plan to bank the frame on the outside Ad Swithlean earthd and keep the soil packedi solid against it on the inside. Thise will make the bed snug and tight, and cot g prevent it from drying out too rapidly. ma e Thecoer should be taken off several dil Scldays before the seedings are trblinds. a planted in open ground, in order sighto y harden them ey-E. As to thed influmence Th r icanrbiardening. fir d fro hi frightful obj et, the blind hABOLISH BLINDERS. . geIntellent way thaen Cobenefial. ITh le horse passe strome object not fully. un e The best handlers of horses of all thi 1e classes are condemning the blinds only increases .y Anythirg applied to obstruct the sight soc t injuresarthe eydoes. As to the influence 1. of curbing or controlling the horse by I td hiding fro him frightful object theupon blind has proven more disastrous in a causgenerl way thaen benerecial. Ifnuies a horse passes some object not fully un by being kickderstood by him, and casing i-ht, - the suttinppr off from view of this blindfscarecrow by the blinds only increases the fear-she doesn't know how soo this frightful object may pounce upon i him. This capprndition of fear has caused many a person severe injuries by being kicked by the frightened ani mal approached from behind his to scareblindfold. Themoment you laycars, coverehand wagon the horse he nearly jumps out o - his hide, while if he could see thaem.t it of twasonly the approach ofaeverydman he'dcts on Sbhe perfectly reconciled. Any horse of re ordinary sensse can soon be tanght not need be, to scare at ags, cars, covered r Thagons umbrellas, etc.. by letting e him Stone, gravel and nbroad tires are al o The secprovid educa the road bhorse properly a safe driver is not to keep him ignorantemedy of the characWater stofndig in ditches and pobjects onds Salong the road. Give full powdestroy all himost Sany road, andhi stone herd gravsmell, dumpedi he ioodwater and mudhole on the roadb e properly oris only good material wnot remedie. A dry c bad roads.bottom her is only makes good foundy tior for bagood mterial. According toper ck drwould keep the water courses rightame. Another wrstanding in ditches and ponds ch salong the roads iin eah county at rt le any road, and stone and gravel dumpedaking bergood road." Yes, but why is he notd ex. found? Pathmasters may,s s a rule, ry. know how to plow, but not one in a Bx- hundred knows how to make a good road. ar esieeitt or Good Roads. d One of the best arguments for good ion roads.is contained in a calculation re 3ently published in one of the engin hot aeringpapers. It states that on the en- worst earth roads, not muddy, but ith sandy, a horse can draw only twice as r. much as he can carry on his back; on aed a fair earth- road, three and a balf It. time as mueh; on a good macadsminsed but road, nine times as much; on a smooth she plank road, twenty-five times as much; an a stone trackway, thirty-three the tiaes a'a much, and on metal rails, ion ifty-four times as much. The men eas. who use the country roads can there a t fore make money by improving the er' roads rather than by buying new horses every year or two. Ry ast. avoiding' t ci c 4¶ppo tQn. prodiicel in the flour by yeast or oter bain powdet; geptic, palatable and most healthful; may be Seaten warm and fresh without dscoiot which is not true of bread made-in any other way. Cani be made only with Royal Baki~ Powder. Receipt for Making One Lodaf. ONE quart flour, z teaspoonful more or less according to the brand . salt, half a teaspoonful sugar, and .quality of the oalr used. Do aheapingteaspoonfulsRbyal Baking pot mak.a stiff dough, like yeast Powder half meclium-sized cold . bread.- Pour the batter into a boiled potato, and water. Sift to. greased pan, 4,xS inches, and 4 gether thoroughly flour, salt, sugar, inches deep, OlDin; about half fulL and baking powder ; rub in the The loaf will rise to fll .the pan potato; add suficient water to mix when bakpd. Bake In very - hot ansoothly and rapidly into a. stiff oven 45 sninutes, placing paper batter, about as soft as for pound- over first'zs minutes baking, to pre cake; about a pint of water to a vent icrrusting too soon on top. Bake quart of flour will be required- at once. Do'l mixt s i asilds Breadmakers using this receipt who will write us the result of their experience will receive, free. the most practical cook book published, containing .ooo receipts for411 kinds of cooking. Ad dress Royal Baking Powder Co., zo6 Wall Street, New York. PRETTY FASHIONS. Ten small boy will be seen to best ad- pe vantage during the coming summer in c the Fauntleroy suit. ct A PERn ECLY plain skirt of heavy silk, la bengaline. or velvet may be made up t with a front of sonme contrasting ma- t terial, or with the front of the same cov- ef ered withlembroidery or passementerie. SMAL.x girls wear party dresses, with slips of silk covered with crepe de chine gr or chiifon. Plaitings of lace around the skirt, over the shoulder and as a finish To for the sleeves, are a favorite trimming. be Vnany pretty and cheap low turn-over co collars can be made of the half of one of those colored-bordered handkerchiefs, lat which can be bought at a ridiculously uf low price since they went out of fashion on for their original use. Now a.rD then you hear of a charitable coal dealer, but he as not likely to go very much out of his weigh to be so.-Texas Biftings. el_ Tanas is one thing about a i'-. s~T i u ii seldom falls,,rb·r. n--rG s the occupants A -~.t ii; does. That is the reut.-N. Y. at World. S eoo Reward, s10io. The readers of this paper will be pleased et to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's ki Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now W known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constuattional treatment. 11all's Catarrh d Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the * system, thereby destroying the foundation U' of the disease, and giving the patient P "strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its cura tive powers, that they offer One Hundred " Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. I Send for list of Testimonials. Address, F. J. CRENEY & CO., Toledo, O. I g~Sold by Druggists, 75c. "An !" sighed Miss Figg, "If happiness could be insured to usl "Iine is," re marked Mudge, "in your company."-In dianapolia Journal. Arraarrow is called to the Improved Tie tor Incubator advertised in another column. The manufacturers (an old established firm) guarantee this incubator to be simple, I easy of operation, durable, and that the heat t regulator used will keep the temperature in egg chamber at incubation heat regard less of variations in the outside tempera Lure. The price of this hatcher is far lower 1 than that of any other first class incubator, and it will pay customers to send 4 cents in stamps to Geo. Ertel & Co., Quincy, Ill., for I a copy of their finely illustrated catalogue. SFeaw men who go into maple sugar man * ufacturing make an unadulterated success of :t.-Troy Press. SNO QUARTER will do you as much good as the one that auys Doctor Pierce's is what you get with n them : An absolute and permanent caur Sfor Constipation, In digestion, Bilious " Attacks, Sick and Bilious Headaches, d and all derangements t of the liver, stomach, t and bowels, Ntot d just temporary relief, and then a worse if condition afterward but help that lasts. At Pleasant help, too. These sugar 1- coated little pellets are the smallest, the g easiest to take, and the easiest in the z. way they act. No griping, no violence, a no disturbance to the system, diet, or it occupation. u They comeIn sealed vials, which keeps s them always fresh and reliable; a con i venient and perfect vest-pocket remedy. re They're the cheapest pills you can buy. We offer you a ready b i -made medicine for Coughs, Bronchitis, and other diseases ot the Throat and Lungs. Like other so called Patent Medicines, it is well advertised, and having merit it has attained a wide sale under the name of Piso'sCure for Consumption. It is now a "Nostrum," though at frst it was eomfounded attr sr x"esoription by a regular physi cn, ith no idea that ir woald ever o Ca the market as a LMropretary medalone. But after compoundin tat reoroion over ths mes in one year, we .am ed it "E' re ito Consumption," and bean advertising it in a smazl was. A medicine known all over the world is the result. Why is it not just as good us though costing fifty eents to a dollar fora rescription and an equal sum to have it put up at a drug store? FARM_.EEDS ,'. ,,A E EN ... "A.DEN W , S u Peels a Eery e a. SlO m5i Those eendiug u order for ee Leet gw White Et WPiet9 cets, aed. ecoatsof ther ..-'.G .d. 1 SL will be eUie to - ame for WRITE KS lATIL,- f!or Awae& we o0fe a Oa. Psokle otallOM . w watmuseand, y i t, eaosJ d . W E w iP n eos oheso. area S tt. otales, w. tth SI. asoiowe: Gas e f ewlts " wher, Hernia sonBeh Lim - B la*Jasoe oet . t, f . earn ori ((le) oB .lre) D oe Ten. s e.l ALE XAit spae VLIE . AIrteUe s orrearAn fe A ED s o e.' i hhsie fi"esss tOrsa"ng or " limber Q as.:" ofe 3.556 7a reos t;oul t wh ke.ffiC Iis, t reo Cora""TYlow H1alse. "Afri o o p sa let,°"' " hite BtlieK r ýOBOrBrio A serOd " ALEXANDER DRU AND SEED COMPANY, CUSTA. ORCIA. To Believe the Tu th About the emfcas in obstinate cases of dys pepsof Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, re quires no trnth, of credulity. Aft yu troubled with niLestioI If so try it, not occasonaily, spasdodially. ,Take a rem lar, persistent course. Prompt. relief, ulti mate cure will be the result. The dyspep tio, the blious, the nervous, the rheumat, the malaria and kidne-troubled attest its eficacy. A wmeglas su before meals. HsBaaim Remark.-'"M.yar will cofe," g sputtered the buckwheat oake on the hot griddle, "by gravy l" Best oe An To cleanse the system in a gentle and truly benefcial manner, when the Bpringtime comes, use the true and perfect remedy, rup of Figs. One bottle wll answer for Sthe family and eosts only 0 cents: the large size 1. Try it and bepleeed. Man ufactured by the California FigSyrup Co. only. Ix the stutterer's lexiceon there is nosuch animal as a coon- he generally makes a co con of him.-Yokers Statesman. DESDEv1NG CoxvDNuxca,-here il St: - cle which so Ec ttes the entire con tlSe '-1 the community as Banow's SB~OtoCHIAL Taocuua. These suffering from Asthmatic and Bronchial Diseases, Coughs, and Colds, should try them. Price 25 oents. Tan diamond is the hardestof substances No one appreciates this fact more thanthe engaged young man.-Ram's Horn. BucraL's PILLs will cure constipation, keep the blood oool and the liver in good working order, price 25 cents a box. TaI greatest alrculating medium is the drummer.-Galveston News. How My THroAr Hcsl--!Why don't you use Hale's Honey of Horehound "a Tart Pike's Toothache DropsCure in one minute. MU÷ BileBeas SmaU SGuaranteed to cure Bilionus Attacks. Sick Headache and ConaLlpaSIom. 40 in each Sbottle. Price 25c; For sale by druggists. Picture "7.T, 17, ' and sample dose free. J. F. SMITH & C.. P b, Pr s. HIEW OllK. 5T2lW, . , solDlo a is u n s smunacte. S a, LILLY CARRIAGE CO., is MAmNPAveUrm or Fine Carriages, Buggies Spring Wagons s a rtse:s:M ad Smi 45m5 e. .as sms. r 2aUs..PUr UIm.N3Ms Ely's Cream Balm 0, ,,IN[ CnUAS COLD IN HEAD se A int each nest I. Want to a..Uh to bay- some of-~q th want ao much, andrcan'i ja weli - afford them? Vets'li.ly , per cent. of t he feeling. Cnvasing,- ' that is3 door-to-dofr d we have none of that;-. we have -a method of people read T=- a i s'-ioHo~im. which hetfna& \easanly . _,'I 1ed way.. Writ to tis, and we tell you our plan. Tax Cuaris PULsmRINGo Co. PHILADELPISU A ASTONISH.hO... TONIO FOR WOMEN. T OF sllnes sonir Sadgling ad Curs ' FEMALE DISEASES. ASK YOUR DRUGQIST ABOUT iT. 81.00 PER BOTTLE. Chattanooga Med. Co., Chattanoega. Te.. W.EBSTP+R'S IN2'. RNA IfNAZ - DICT-IONARY Ten yea r At in revising, 100 editors empto-eo, more than A Grand Edueator Abreast of the Times A Library In itself Invaluable in the household. and to the man, 1r · rU21Uor3 7yotr Bookseller to ahowit toyoea. Pn. I eby ,IDo otby reprits of ancient edltoan THEY WASH THEIR-CLOTHES WITH _e CLAIR ETTE ' SOAP MADE ONLY BY N.K.rAIRBANK&CO. ST.Lous. •asa "=' " W. L. DOUGLAE 3. S O w:A sewe d sehoe that i.sot L Caot. seamless, smooth inside, more co -IEble. stylish and durable than any other shoe aer mede shoescosting rom r4 to $5. eoldsatthe price. . very stle. Equalac .tom. SThe olnwing are of the same high sha4l Ae / .oi anta.0 o Flanseise Cal Haad-ewred THEs T OPolie. Iarmes aH Letter-Cm .7 uod Lo ý Berwm7 p THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE- BECAiE THE COOK HAD NOT USED . SAPOLIO GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINSS Lu SAPOLIO SHOULD BE USED IN EVERV K.iTC4. egyY -'ass~It.. _ DAINTY WORK i wort on tbe market. )L -NEEDLE pfrAL REPAIRS 9ýboe W~dshMBý le tA1 Si pr thoemed.e..m. Smdi gai DRu~iili~%'ILPP·q~:r DRILL UuDT AIER and TO o' the ord Reliable week Sgauted. Catalogue We.. LOOMIS d: NTMAMý, filrnt. Cuate. MOST HAVS "'a~k for te. tamp. Immenlam. 1.ymrSWIId. Onaly .00 oaevei nwented. feate.ºelghtM+. *pliSIe grd. gi. a aq. Wrdteqdick. SeM S wbaudltls w.tT~m55 al hkaraEts almgem.e WAITIRD: ULt&SI5 &r gal's' era. CO.. mgr "SuKCI. ý$JsM 551. FrAWa.i ew a 7w 0k. WANTE TFP. t~IQ~ tU~tC0. En. Ptso's Remedy for Catarrh is thorn Best, Easiset to Use. and Cheapest Sol bydugsso sent by mail A.. N. 8., F. 1489 WHUN WUrlIXO We AHVZTIUA.R PLK*SZ emits that you saw the Advrt.wtbminla 3m hi D.mem _