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AIRDIoINzs.--We are a medlcine-taking
people-at least to far too great an extent.
"What shall I take?" is asked far smore
often than "What shall I dol" The aged
and experienced among medical men, as a
rule, recommend but little-and that only
when indicated by common sense. Biut
the people will take it-buying it fromt
peddlers, horse-jockeys, grocers, etc.,ali as
ignorant of the nature of the remedies and
of diseases as themselves. In most
instances, when feverish, if one would
bathe, sweat, fast, breathe more of the
pure air of heaven, bask in the sun, drink
freely of pure water, keep cahn and quiet,
give up Ltbacco and whisky, the fever
woul'l itarve. Pure air renovates the
blood far more than aursaparilii; the light
of the sun is one of the best anodynet;
good fcoot is one of the best tonics; fast
ing and exercise are among the best up
peti'zers. If we will but take care of our
selves, eat only plain food and only what
nature demands, cease to overwork and
fret, be regular in all our habits and
sleep all we can fairly, we shall take less
CoNsTIrATiON may be removed by drink
Ing a tumbler of cold-water on rising in
To OBTAIN a good night's sleep, sponge
the Cn!ire length of the spine wiLth hot
water for ten or fifteen milnutes.
Fon chapped skin. take of oxide of zinc,
one dram; lard, two ounces. It is also
good for any kind of sores.
Fox neuralgia, take a good handful of
the coninion fleid or Canada thistle. Pour
two quarls of boiling water on, and boil
dIown to three pints; take a wineglass
full three tliles a diy before meals.
The following is recomiendecd as a
cure for neuralgie headache: Squeeze the
Juice of a lemon into a mnall cup of strong
coffee. This Will usually afford imme
diate relief in neuralgic headacho. Tea
ordinary increases neuralgic pain, ai
ought iot be used by persons ifllieted with
JLYCiuaNP IN FI.ATULYxoy AND AciniTy.
-An old gentlemnn, who for many years
suffered from distressing acidity, readi in a
(aily paper that glycerine added to I ilk
prevents itssouring, and Io reasoned Itltis:
"If glycerine prevents milk turning sour,
why should it not prevent ie turning
sour?" and lhe resolved to try t le efllency
of glycerine for his aciti y. The success
o1 his experiment was complete, and when
ever tormented by his ohl inahily he cures
himself by a re:oumrse to glycerine. In
deed, lie can now itke articles of food from
which he Was4 previously compiielled to abt.
stain, provided il wiays 'hat h le takes a drain
of glycerine iimieliately before, with, )Ir
directly afler his food. Aineo this was
made pubbie several physicians have pre
scribed glycerine in acidity and flatuilency
with the most happy results.
BEns.-Our beds are our night clotlies
and ought to be kept, as clean as our
shirts and coals. Woolen blankots aro
healthier than miiits; put a heavy United
8iates armey blunket over a kettle full of
hot water aid see how fast tile steam
makes its way though the welt; a quilt.
would atop it like an iron lid, and thus
tend to check the exhalatioins of tile huan
body in order to disinfect a quilt you
have first to loOFen the jresse(d cotton; a
woolen blanket can be steaimed and dried
In a couple of hours. For similar reason
a straw tick is better that a hor-ehair
matiress. ithough a woveI-wi re matIress
Is perhapsi preferable to both. Fiather
beds are a recognized numistance. Children
over 10 years should sleep alone, or at
least under separate blankets, if the bed
steads do not reach aroiund.
To fix pencil marks so as they will not
rub out, take well skimmeut nuik andt
dilute with an equal bulk of' wvater.
Wash the pencil maruks (whether writingr
or drawing) with the h~quid, using at soft
flat camiel-halr brush, and avoiding all
rubbing. Place It ut) in a flat board to
WViEN water hats once beeni made to
boil, the tire may be very much lesseni (d
as but htmle heat is requiir'.d to keep it at
a bulling poiint. There Is no0 aidvaunage
whatever in making water boil furmonily
the heat w~ill escape its steam, without
raIsing the heat of the water.
To hEAI, CUis AND WoUNOS.-- 'Te leav
es ot geranium are an exed ent. appl iat ion
for ctuts, whben the skin is rubibed off', andu
other wioiundcs (of thle kind. One or two~
leaves muist he bruised andu aipplied on linen
to thme part, andi thme wound will becomue
cieat rized in a very abort thlne.
IResn A Trn. -T'ake ot to of roses, I wen.
ty live driops~, rubl it ini with an onne of
white sugar ad four drachmns oif carblonate(
of umagnesiai; then add grauanl ly half a
gallon of water anid fumr ounces ot proof
A rim but tering yoiur cake-tjiis scatter a
litle liotir ove'r them amid the cake is
absolutely eccini not to stick to the tin.
If your oven is hikely; to bake huardt at the
bottom puit a paper in lie bottom of the
lini. Butter it well first.
Nomi io is bectter' to clean silver withI
t han alcohol and anunuonil; after rubb ng
wvithi this take a little whitening or a soft
cloth and ptolish in this way; even frosted
silver, wvhich is ro diticumlt to cleani, may~
be eiaily imade clear and bright.
GkurE frequently crack., becgige of the
dryness of (lie air in roomsu warmed by
stoves. An AusInan paper recommendh
the adidition of a lit tle chlioridle of calcium to
glue to prievent this.
IHor9KEEPvxis will find that zincs may
be scoiiredl with great ecomnony of tim'i
andl strength by usIng either glycerine oi
creosote mixed with a little dibuited suil.
Ir is saidl two parts tallow and one 01
resin, imelted together and applied to thc
soles of new boots or shoes, as nmich as thc
leather will absorb, will di uble their wear.
CHAprixo of the hands, which is 01e0 o
the most (disagreabile in101 cveinces 01
cold weather, enn be easiely prevented b~
rubbing the huandfs withi powdered starch.
Woon)woJIx strongly Impregnatedi witl
tungstato ot' soda or silien of soda-b)
treatment In a stronig iiquouis solution of
these salts-will be foundl to be quilte unins
TCo brown sugar for sauce or puddings, pu1
the sugar in a perfectly dry saucpar, J
the pan is the least bit wet, (lie sugar wil
burn and you willI spoil your saucepan.
BTERLi knIves may be saved from rusting
by being rubbed with mutton tallow, wrap
ped in paper, and put into a baizelinet
C.ELLA RS thoroughly treated with white
wash made yellow withI coppleras wvill no
be considered a desirable habitation for sati
WALEiNO loRsa.-Running the risk of
being set down as an old fogy, we will
say that In our opinion tWe beet gait a
horse ever had for every day use Is a walk;
but it is a gait that not one in ten possess
es. Colts are not trained to walk. Young
America wants more speed. Horses trained
to walk tast would be a greater benefit to
farmers in general than fast trotters, as al
most all of his woik has to be done with a
walk. Horses that are engaged in hauling
on the roads, that are trained to walking
fast, will make a longer distance in a daiy
than horses will that are urged to trot at
every convenient place, because, when a
horse commences to walk after a trot, he
will go much slower than his coninn
gait if kept on a walk, and the consequence
is that lie will loose more than he gained.
Where horseback traveling is indulged in,
especially over muddy roads. any other
gait than walking is rendered impossible,
and yet a horse that hs been trained to
walking fast even over 'bad roads, will
make from four to live miles an hour, but
since the introduction of hght wagons a
horse woulk be expected to make a greater
(listance when hauling the wagon over the
same road, though it would be by the aid
of the whip, und.very nuch to the prejud
ice of the poor aninial. These one-horse
buggies have put horse back riding out of
fashion, am(n now a good walking horse is
more rare than one that can trot a mile In
less than three minutes. It is, however,
to the interest of the farmer that lie should
train his horse to walk fast.
Ilow Cinema1CNS o(Er oTr OF SHimi.s.-Take
in egg out of a nest, on which a hen has
had her full time; carefully holding It to
the Car, turning it around, you will find
tlie exact rpot, which the little fellow is
picking on tile inside of the shell; this lie
will do until the inside shell is pciforated,
aid the shell Is forced outward as a small
scale, leaving a hole. Now, if you will
talko one of the eggs in this condition from
imd-r the hen, remove it to the house or
some other suitable place, put it In a box
or nest, keeping It warm and moist, as
near the temperature of the hon as possi.
ble (which may be done by laying it be
tween two botles ot warm water upon
some'cottn or wool), and lay a glass over
the box or nest, then you can sit or stand,
as is most convenient, and witness the
true modus operandi. Now watch the
little fellow work his way into the wori(l,
and you will be amused and instructed, as
I have often been. After lie has got his
opening lie commences at nibbling motion
with the point of the upper bill on the
olitside of the shell, always working to
the rigti (if you have the large end of the
egg froni you and the hole upward) until
he has worked his way almost aroui(d, say
witi one-half an inch in a perfect circle;
he then forces the cap or but end of the
shell off, and then has a chance to straight
en his ieck, thereby loosening his legs
soiewhat, and so, by their help, forcing
the body fromii the shell.
Sni ADI FOR Poli.TR.-l'oillry neei as
much protection (luring the summer from
the fHecp rays of the sin as they do in
winter from tile severe cold, altthouigh far
too manny.of our breedera lose sight of thia
very impm-tant, fact, and stiffer correspond
ing losses in consepience. Birds comn
pelled to sltay in thie yairds wliich have
little, if anlly, shade (iring the entire sum
imier, wit h tle sun pouring down on them
with tile intensity i, (hoes in Jily and Au
gust, camint , thrive, While they are ren
(lered lillich m1ore liable to disease and dis
orcer. It pays, anlld pays well too, to give
lie fowls conlfort att all times. and it costs
but littlec to te'rmish the necessary shade,
no0 niatter how large the runs iiay be.
li reies, such as plims, petach alut apple,
should at on1ce be planted in thle iriuus, espe.
etally the forniier, whlichi seems to thrive
-hotter t here thain thle othier kinds(1 namned.
As these tr'ees will not aiiTord mutch shade
for a few yetat s, teumplorary sadues must be
madef by mauking skeleton sheds of poles5
alonig the suminiy sides ofL t he runs, and then
coverinug themi withI boughs, cedar limbs,
or' almost anythiung clienp) and conivenient,
which will afford thle necessar'y sheteri
I roni t he stin. These imay not took very
hand om'e, hut then thle utilty compensates
fully for the lack of beauty.
TIumm :ts or l'aumgN hjiAVIs.- -Leaves
have to be gathiered ump. Tlnoy arie excel.
iient to m~IX w'.ithi hot-hedl material, and,
whelre part itmible, should( be0 saved for this
puipose. Th'ley (1 not heat, so rlapidly as
stable manure, and in this have an advant
age; ais temperi ng thle vIolence makes the
"'anniire last longer' and miaintatin a mlore'
regular heat. Tlhey are excellhenmt material
to put r'oundi colhl frames to protect half
hardyl3 pllanits. A board is p~ut upl to the
heighat of '.he frame boards, antI about a
loot or moire fr:>m thleml, andh the leaves
ini betw(en. If t he platis are somewhat
teudhor, thle bottom of the fiames may be
tilled a fewv feet with the leaves. 'lTiesc
leaves after havingz been t'wo or three y'ears
dcain lg miike audmlirablie stu II for putting
and1( plants for flowers general.
CotuNT Tllx (CGT. o mani is til to mam
age a tui~i who does not Ithink beforehand
what is the best1 to do, aind which is the
best way to udo it. Woirk wit hout plan,
has beenm thme blunder of miany wh'to pretemd
to be frmners. i dsing crops wvithimu
knowledge us to thirm (ost, or thought as to
whlethier they will sell oir not1, hams suppl~ed
many113 a fort ume. More fore thought in tihe
mnagelnient of' a farni is required t han ini
inost anly othier purismit followved by man
and1( thte forehmanded farmer is always thle
nelt w ho couts thle costl, and1( closely calcu
lates all mait ters I hat aippertzaini to the farm,
not that a fmier is nieeesmarily obliiged to
miake shifts and tius in order to succeed,
buit siuipiy to counlt the cost.
Guratns e thle heatI of sheep are believed
to be caused by the gadfly, which dep'jos.
its its eggs mi 1he niostrils of the sheLep
i dring the suiinneir and aiutumni; although
hey cause much patin they are iiot usually
fatal. 10 prevent t hem, apply tar to thle
n1os0 of thme shieep, o(casionally, diirinig
J1uily and August, or smearuI the feedling
troughs with tarl. Tfo cure the sheep whecn
the grubs mare on1ce hatched, blowv tobacco
smoke upi the nost rils (or syringe the ihose
wvith a decoetioii of tobacco.
Fnus are buegminiig to iearn, and~ In
fact, most of them have already learned,
tnmat thme time speint in (destroying w~eeds il
the autunmn Is wecll spent1, andc that if they
would saive t imei in cult ivating huoed crops
they must keep the weedls from seeding as
umeh as posible ini all pa-ts of the fa rm;
a little enareless'.ess in thils respect will
soonl cover a fatrml with wiiith weedl seedls.
A single root of milk v' eed ini a mowin~
tield, if left uiinmolested, wiil stiread areii
take possession of a large field ini a few days.
Ir is an ol adage to give the aninmah
all they wil cat, It wouldl be better te
B ay give thiem all they can digest Tlheor(
are a great mlany anlimnals which eat more
than they (digest. As a general tiing hi9r.
8es which stand in thme stall 1(1d ctl muc
more than11 those8 which work all the tine.
-l'the former wvill be 10ed half ai dozen times
a day, whiile thec w~ork horses are fedt but
Ithree timeis a day, the latter having no
bait. between macale
'f'in education neglected: It is doubt
ful if a single one of the Concord School
of Philosophers coulk run a hotel, make a
int julep, roll a-cigarette. dig a square
hole, tie a bowline knot, set a hen properly,
boss an engine at a fire, find out the hole
in a leaky roof, back a mule, tell which
direction is north when lost in the woods,
or take off a lady's gaiters in a graceful and
perfectly respectful manner; yet all these
and many more are the things necessary
and indeopensable to be known before hu
man affairs generally can be considered and
A Chicago 13roker's iiappy Investmnent.
Lewis fl. O'Conor, Esq., Whose ollice is
located at 93 Washington street, this city,
lately related the following in the hearing
of one of our teporters as an evidence of
special good fortune. I have been suffer
ing said Mr, O'Conor, for a number of
weeks with a very severe pain in my back,
believed to be from the effects o a cold
contracted while on the lakes. I hadl been
prescribed for by several of our physicianb
and used various remedies. Three days
ago, I abandoned then all, and brought a
bottle of St. Jacob's Oil, applied it at night
before retiring and to-day feel like a new
man. I experienced almost Instant relief
and now feel no pain wnatever.
SENE, out west; clergymati just back
froni a trip East, on a "hialf-fare" ticket -
"My brethren, when I was on the great
link, that nagnilicent double track, all
steel rail, palace cars, through without
change (here lie fills In the naine of the
route,) and I can assure yot that every di
r't eor of the road is a gentleman andi thor.
ough Christian, I saw" (here follows the
moral illustration.) All of which shows
that Western railroads know how to adver
tise, when they "cut" rates for clergymen.
(Cleveland Penny Press.
See the Conquering .uero ete.
Among the most wonderful articles of
the period is 8t. Jacob's Oil. The lion.
Leonard Swett of Chicago, pronounces it
the most thorough conquerer of pain that
lie has ever known.
A st.:b-WAORnCIoNG youith: George (Who
has been rowing 'or the last hour in the hot
sun in one of those heavy boats which
abound in country laken)-"Ah, perhaps
yol would like to go ashore now, Miss Ara
hella. You-you-look warm." Arabella
-"Oih, this is just t-o <lelighitful I Don't
liurry in on ny account.
I MADE UP MY-. M1-IND TO TRY
BUrFAi.o, Dec. 2, 1870.
Mn T. TR. STRVPNS :
Dear Sir-I resitie at No. 745 Niagara Street, of
this city. I am 119 years of age. For everti years
rast I have been in feeble health. My comtpilut
I what the ioctors call HNEiRAt tNIitTY Of the10
2y8tem1. At timnes I ittfered Severe pinsiiIn my
H1d einid back. I utied a niiuper of remerlies
without, receiving any relief. My attenition was
talled to your aivertiseinent of V ti.tiNE in our
paper. I madle lp my itmi to try tie VHOEPit-,
stellitilu nidhght otme. It seelned to ii tie from
the lirst.. atkil in a siort time iny ieathit i itiproved.
I have tisedt a intber of bottles, antidi at now ci
JoYlng better healthii tiin I have for a tititnhier of
yC'r. I have recotnmiendtied the VFIiSTierts to ily
8it1r 1t al o to se'veral acqatlanlices, anill Ihey
tiVe usedl it wit h equally good resulls. It i4 tile
btest imediclite for \\ eakiless and tieneral I)eliility
of thle system that I know of, and 1 tili wiih great
iiiliene recoinimeind it to liilimy friends as a
good mieilicine. I would also State that ior ai great
inany years I have ibeein a suffeirer from II.aeumlta
tismi, andt since I commieniced usig I th VEOElixEH,
I hatve haud butt very little troubl,)e fromtit.
Yours, respect futliy, 31 as. SMuLELO OtiEENE.
I amt personaily acqtintedi with Mrs. (reene,
antl know her as a reliable atid honest lady, anu~
also know that the above statement Is trite.
U)n. 'I. Shi-r,
ilspcnsing Drutggist, 989S' Niagarai St.
Has Not its Equal.
SRufAtA A LA., 3May 12, 1S82.
IT. R. SRTYRas, Bostont, Mlass:
I take great pleasure in recomtmendting your
Vogeline. I have been siTermlg for a long time
witth the Ling I)Iiuse; tryIng every kind i t medi
eline that I cotilti get, bitt notne scetedi tio dto ile
any3 good, until I tried your' great Vegtmie remoedy.
I lhad used It onl1y a shtor lttlne beluo I tholiiatus
coven a very great chanige in tuy htealth for tie
bette'r. I don't cons~iier thait yoiur mieiinie has
its eqllt, for the iseasc which volt propose* to
ture, especialty the diseases tthat I loave beent
'itilieted wtith. Jeous TIuo~iAS,
IS SOLD BY ALL DRBUGGiTSTS.
/1lr sa isw apru
MnteslntI' Inl ati t~i ioroughrmdbtars
alet prneveittrye. Tio ihis inet theire lai an1 over
wtmmilig arraty of tesi timonyl3, extendlluig over a
lperioll ol thirty yeats. Ah I hisor teis mf the liver,
l'or sate by all iDrtgglsts and Dealer4 Renierally.
Tho l'ur tiitti tt leii etr dltuo
Aco tmbitionl of Heps, Buchu, Man
d rak o aind DandelIon, with all tija best anti
miost C ura lIvo prloperties of all othter hitters,
mahk el thiegr'eatet Biood purifier, LIver
| R og u I a tor, andl J.lfe aini nlth ltestoing
' Agentt ont earth.
NO dIscaso e ant possibily long exit where 1101,
liittersario us5 ,.d,sovaiedt .md perfect are their
RIo7 I svl n O anvittbia nsfitna.
Tonall whose e npioymnttscause irregulari
ty oftto bowtelsor uinary organs, or whto ne
qutire an A ppetizser Tonic~ and imild *Itimunt,t
I op Ititters ar-e inlvai niblo, without Intox
No mtatter what your fe clIngs of Symptoms
are what (ho tldlsaeo~r all itonit is uist IiOi, liit
tors. Dion't Walt untyoma C 5s int but 3 ou
only fool hadl or alIerable, usit tlenm at ono
it mat'y sava yourilietet has at od humilreit.
$500 wn! bepaid for a c8 s they witl not
CenO or h~elpi. Do not sutier or lett your friendgs
suffer,buit use andu urge them to so H op B
Renmomber, flop flit ters is no Vil, dirnig~,,
dunken nostrnm, but thue Pn.'et a n d lost
Meditie vermnado :the "I.'V AIt~S F~IlSii
and ttoPv' antd no person Or fainy
shoul be witoat thetm.
.aO sanaol'uta andI iot~stii10 curo .
ai-oth's l sllby 0 ig'ts Rind
fot- circular. Uop atltten ,t ca.
ocnhanr. NY matnA .rean
IMPORTANT AND INTBR
Read, Mark, & Inwardly Digest
-Something for Everybody.
Purity of Family Medicines
the Utmost Importance.
T f yo1 havo naus~ea~watit of altPetito,fiatulency,
1,~twii eE f Jnd10'ir
d tud fevfrish tn 81 tortis yot ro tstf
fr ron COI' now IT.
T1lis is tio Itroitt Cnre,
If yottr vital forios nir dopressod, if you have
a fcoetzttof generni lat.'ttittIo stii wenkness art
ea"il faIt4. 0 tr frtv toito ilt
liuvo n gcetieral foolitit of Ittolitncholy ani.'.i
priiol, you are sufferingj frti
and HOP BITTERS reinoves it all.
* If' .youit lao a aens of wetight tor fitlless In the
storitneI; a elttigeable tilitetite, toit-ittes vora
lowv sirits tifter a ,til men', wulli yo,-r' jali for
1101110 ILiO lftor (eating; wihtd ripltig oil tile
stomnifeh otur stiei-i~vi~0 oittitin'g ae fititter'
iti at dhe pit of the liotitsch, tiid a er1ts
over it ; iattseen, lientitlelle. o-r 1otme or theas
sylltusum, you are sutfering f'.otu
tnid 110P 11TTEI1s will pornianently eitro you.
Tf fot -eezo otin hot: huirn the next,'and
aoti ttnotmer; If votit are atil'erltigr all tho tor
ttiro of ti1o Inluisition, otio niieit fearing yot
will "ll. tc tho iext ttmoimet fetring yott woet
If von hilove blitte tralla, ut ael ills, yellow oys titi
a Litust-liko cohtslih-xion, you are su ering frotu
thait 111ninmtic curse,
11110U8, AIAAIAr, FEVER, OR AoUE,
and 1101 11'7.'ElIS will pedily cure you.
f ynl havo a dry. liarth. atid yellow Akin. aduli
tltt itt tite ritthe tl. 000 extetlitig to the mhotildor
Itlu<10 itt tilt of titti stin l - ia ttuelete tis over
tin retriit of tie liver. Atti soinetinii at en.
Ilk rgiell t of this or.gi it a vsit f tiitlitesmnid
uttiat'tse lit( titnig lirod Of ti0o stomach
atid liver; yellowinies of tIto oyen; tlwelt ir.
regiWit r. ge'tirally di's eeti to loo'ousens- a hack
lug or dry 'oigh; trretilar ntpetitc; hfsortnes
of broitlillti- feet a1tte4 11tutti get'erally cold;
ttttgitt conted wiite; a clintglretalaI taste it the
itiioith; low At tiritt; blotehes on the face and
iet-k; ltutliuitat oof ftolitnt-t; sit tirbelsleep;
ltlitrn; tshittullinatiott to exertion--if votu
.ivo atty of tliose syniptoint, you are tileffing
and 1101 BITTEIS will curo you.
If you have a complaint which few tinlerstand
aitti ionte will give yoit cretit for-au eitfeeblod
cotdillot1; a gottett'ss tli-rhorit the iltol oitya.
tent; twitehing of lt lower linilt; a desiro to ly
allto pioeca, attd a fear that yoni will; a stoady
lotts of streigth atii health ;--ty of theso syunip
tois Plltw that )oit are suffering from that
unt I101 BITTElts will effecttually cure you.
"If vont are illfferinst front p1oor health
'or lunrtishung otlt n btt< of ickne~w, take
Ihop Ditters will ctro yoe..
"If you are simplv ailltig, if you feel
'weak and dispiriteil, without eloarly
110p itters will Rteviv eyeu.
"Tf yoil are a M inister, anti have over.
'taxett yourvelf with your pastoral tities
'orta Mother worti out with eare alnud work
1Iop Bittes't' will lestoro you.
"If you -areut tian of bitainess or labomr
'weakened by tit' strain of yotirevery-day
'ditios, or a 11n:tm, (tf lotters, tolling over
'your midnight work,
Ilop 1itters will Streugthou you.
"If vot are "tifferinur from over.entting
'or dtinking. atty tintliserotion or disuipa
'tion, or Are yonttg atd growing too fait,
'as is often the cuteo.
1101) Jitte'rs will Relliuve you.
"If you nre in tho workshtop. oilo th
'fanrmt at th <tesk. aiyvlere, tiiA feel
'that yotor syy tenm tl it'atistittur, lttig
'or ttinttluat ing', withioitt inttoxieting,
1101p Ilitera Is waat you nteed.
"If you are old. andl your bloodl thIn
'at imttreitivelt feebIlo,. your nerces
'tintitettcly, anid youir fnietitiesu waaiting,
H~op flittors will gla'o you new Life
"1TOP' luTTllEII Is nit -ltegant, heatltihy
'anti ref re-htititg flitvorit fur nick rotom
'dlrinksn. impaltire wat~er, etc'., retileritig
'themu harlessu tutntl Iiwetttiir tihe
Cleanse, Purifyr and Enrich the
And you will have nio aitns or suffer'ig or doctor's
hula to ny.
hs ant vKognnt Pleautalt and nlefre'hitng P'itvoringii for
barmitlens, swtuieiling the mutht, anid cleanitlig the
A onNSinDnral~ daughgter: " Idonl't see
hlow I'dl gil, along withoult Mary, niohow,"
Mrs. BiucherF observed, pautsin~g to wipe
the p~erspiratlon from her atgedi features
andl~ put another laidIL of soft sotap into the
ste'amilng suds1, whie her dlau!!hter's voice
att thc pianlo could be distlnctly recognized
flotmg Out from the adijoning pallor. "I
dIon't eCC ho0w 1'd get llnlg withont thlat
gal, nohow. Al'ays Oil these dlays whlen I
11ev the tirinigest work shle just picks out
her niceLst pieces, h~ke 'Sweet rest tby-and1.
by,' and11 'ilhother's growing old,' and1( sings
'emI fur meb afore 8110 gocs out on tile lawn
to play Croquet with the other younlg folkse.
'rTamlt every gal as tud be so thoughtful, I
kiln tell you. .Now, mlost Oil 'emI ud jest
bang awvay with 'Jordan is a hard road( to
travel,' or' 'Whoop0l 'emI upj, Eliza .Iane,'
btut sile ain't none1 0' thart sort. Sihe's a
ie (o' comtfolL, to me--a ~ile to' comftort;"
and1( Mtrs. Biucher fanned heelif vlgor~ously
with hter soiled apron, prepatratory to ru~n
ningl thle clothes thlrotlgh the second1( water.
Yt It piossible
That a remnedy made of sulch common, alm
ple plants as9 Hops, Buchuii, MandI~rake,
D~andelion, &C., malike so manyll andit such2
ma1rvelous9 and wvondierful euresCi as8 Hop Bit
ters (10? It mlust be, for when 01(d and(
young, rich andt poor, Paistor and D~octor,
Lawyer an~h Editor, all testify to having
been culred1 by themll, we mlust belie and
doubt 1no lonlger.
A YOr'No lady iln Boston had gatieredl a
Bund1(ay-Schlool class from aimo'lg the news
boys of thle city. One Sunday Silo wlas
striving to imhpress upon01 their minds(l 8s1mo
good advice in r'egard to tihe future, when
it occulred to her that thte wordi was, per
lhaps, a 11itt'lebeyond tile comprehecnsion of
tile class. Putting tihe qinestion to the boys,
"iDo you know what the Ifuturo means?'
Tlhero was a deadi silence for a mionment,
in~ch wa*s broken bly a brIight lit tle fellow,
who( quietly sulggested~ thait It mlighl t, meanl
"tFurther particulars in the nhext edition."
VhoxaTr. 1s noulrising aned strengthl
eninlg; pmlilles the blood ; regullates the
boweis ; quiets tile nervous systeml; acts
dliretly upon tihe secretions, and arouses
theo whole system to action.
JEsTlucl'I (' at Ascot. DilogueO reported
iby Pu~ncha: Philistmoe sportsmhan (quoting
the oxds)-"Two to 0one 01n Robert the
Devil, you know.'' 8a eet shne-masthetic
"Did he really? llow delightfu i Wh~Vat a
quite too awfully utter name for a jockeyl"
Philistine sportsman (puzzled)-"B'Ieg par
(11on, 1-iha--don't qulite understand."
13weet she mathletic (surprised)--"Why,
(1id you not say that 'Too-Too won' oni
the horse you mentioned?"
"How did you like the leeture?"
"Oh, it was beautiful 1"
"What did he say?"
"Oh, he said so many beautiful thingst
"Tell us some."
"Oh, lie said-ho said-but I can't tell It
to you as he said them."
"Tell them as you can understand them.'
"Well, he said-he said-oh, I can't!"
"Tell us one thing he said."
"Well, he said that the matheties of ex.
istence enabled us to-to--oh, I can'ti"
"Tell us what you think he meant,"
"Oh, go along I Why didn't you go anc
hear him yourselfI"
A Sure Oure For Piles.
Do you "now wnat it is to suffor with Pilos?
If you do, yt.u know what is one of tie wordt
torments of the humasn frame The maost per.
feet oure over knowni i Kidney-Wort. It
ouros contilpation, and then its tonio action
restores healt i to the diseased boweisand pro
vents recurronco of diieue. Try it wituout
delay. Tio dry and tuo liquid aro both sold
TuNos one would rather have left un
said: Genial host (meaning to plead for
poor Jenkins, who has complained that he
can't find a partner)-"Lct me introduce
Mr. Jenkins to you, Miss Jones. I'm sure
your card can't be full."
BIonJA9nE slang in ociety: In the printed
instructions for playing lawn tennis we ob.
serve the injunction: "First have a goot
racket." And this is the game c-)unte.
nanced by our best society.
How to get Sick.
Expose yourself day and night, eat too
much without exercise; work to hard
without rest; doctor all the time; take all
vile nostrums advertisod; and then you
will want to know
How to get Weil.
Which Is answered in three words-Take
Hop Bitters I
THE present Czar of Russia never uses
an oath, but when he gets mad lie lifts up
a chair or tale or the nearest object and
makes kindling wood for the poor. It is
more expensive, but also more emphatic.
LITTi.E pitchers have great cars: "Now,
then, what's your papa's name, Freddy?"
"Dunno." Don't know your papa's name!
Why, what does mamma call him?"
I AntisE you to take " Lindsey's Blood
Searcher." Serofula, ulcers, old sores,
pimples, boils, tc., cured at once.
Wz.--EAR:NE rest: Fenderson says he
has lots of spare timo on isle hands since lie
began to attend excLusiveiy to his own bus.
Iness. Formerly lie was the hardest work
ed man in the city.
A nOMANrio kitchen ineitent: There is a
good deal of hun an nature in clothes-wring
era. An Altoona girl had her hand badly
squeezed by one.
A. M. DovE, of Columbus, Ga., says
that from experience he knows " ellers'
Liver Pills" to be the best in use.
TnE girnffe is a very timid animal. His
neck is so long that when his heart comes
Into his mouth it takes him half a day to
get it back where it belongs.
"I's a good time to chango bad habits,"
said Shuttle this morning, and he threw
aside Ins old clothes and blossomed out in
a $14 suit.
IF the mother is feeble, It is impossible
that her children should be strong. Take
ILydia E. Pmnklami's Vegetable Compound.
'THRE Is going to be another comet
hold on, don't (lodge yet; it's the comet of
1744, and it is only expected around once
every 122,688 years.
A BU:FFAO go i never has her wedding
(tress miade in that city, for fear somebody
will say she was married In a buffalo robe.
"I'll feed my boarders on the fat of the
land," observed Mr's. Stiuffuim, as she re.
Ceipted for a tub of oleomargarine.
IF you are hairless and cappy there is
One way and no more by which you may
be made careless and happy-use CAnse
LiNE, a deodoriZed extract of peotroleum,
it will positively make new hair grow.
Wnr is an old owl like Job,? Because it
must have a good many boils to make it
SINca plaid hose have come into fashioil
almost every yirl in Cloverport can fill out
a pretty big check.
ONe swallow does not, mnake a summer,
"'but.," says Snifkins, "'it imparts a pleas
UNLESS a paragrapher has quick wit, he
had better quick quit.
WHAT is vinegar without a mother? It lh
orphan very p)oor.
Don't judge a man's character by th<
umbrella he carrIes. 1t may not be lis.
The exploring party sent to Greece last
fall by the American Archimological insti
tute has commenced active operations at
Assos, on the southwest corner of the
l'roadl, opp)osite the Island of Mitylene.
'['le ruins at that place are of the msiost in
teresting character, the remains of the
Iheatre being the most perfect in existence.
TIhe Boston Museum of Fine Arts will co
operate with the explorers by placing oi
exhibilion mn its ball a lar'ge plan of the
city of Asses, on which the procees of the
work will be nui rked fromi month to month.
1E. 11. Wikrkr of Manchester, N. H.,
the mnvenlor of the knitting machine and
othier contrivanuces, has invented a gun
somiewhiat similar to the Gatling gun. It
w~as testedl recently and worked success
fully, its five barrels fIring one thousand
shots a minute. The trial was made on
the Massabesic Lake, and through a field
glass the balls wvere seen to stiko two miles
away in a radius of ten feet.
Files anna a. osqutoes.
150a. box "lioug.h on itats" keepis a honsi
free from flies, bed-bugs, roaehes, rate, niee,
N31siis. JuIoRoAN a HIADLY, Miutufd Life
iHuhin~g, Trenti i and Ohiesthut ttreo-s, isaye on
hand a supert, stock ci extra fine qualaty Dia
inontis, whiici they offer at as low prices as
stones ot the first quai.ty, perfect alixe in cohor
and shape, can tbe bold tor.
"My flack Aches Sa
and I fool miserable," saId a hard-workn
man. Tue d etor questIoned him and founi
that, lie ha I botn 'abituaily costive for years
that now hsis Idnoys were disorderod and hit
whole sytem deronged. Kidney-WVort waa
reconmended and faithafu hy t aken and in a
short time every troubl, was removed. The
cleans ng and tonic power of thIs medIcine on
the bowels and kineys I, w.ondefn
Geneal Boflly Pali
ALL ITHE PAINI
11o 1'rparAtl on trth equ M T. JAcoss OIL U& a enA
SURK. 89HPLZ and esisirP E~xtera Remedy. A trial enail
but the comparatively trill g outlay of I CUENTs, and eve
one suffeuing with raainan have cheap and positive proof c
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LYDIA E. PINKHAM'I
Is a Positive Cure
fb all thoso Patnili domplatnte and Wealkness
socommon tootne beat female population.
It will curo entirely the worst form of Fenalo Con
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Dicer
lion, Falling and Diaplacements, and the consequer
Gpinal Weakness. bnd Is particularly adaptod to th
Change of Lito.
It will dissolve and expe' tianofs from the uterus I
an early stage of developmont. The tendoncy to cal
oerous humors therois checked ver.wspeedily by Its us
It removes aintiness, flatuloa r, decstroysall cravin
for stinmulants, and relioves weakness of the atomeri
It enres Ioating, loedaches, Nervous Prostratli
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Deprossion and Ind
That feeling o. bearing down, causing pain, weigh>
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It will at all tihucs andi under all ch-eumtstances act I
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For tho care of lKhiney Complaints of oither sex thk
Compound is unsurpansed.
LYDIA E. P'INKIAM's VEGETAJILE C03N
POUND is pirepared at 233 and 235 Western Avenu<
Lynn, Mass. Prico 91. Six botl les for $5. Sent by ma;
In the form of pill., also in the form of lozenges, o
receipt of price, $i por box for eit)'er. Mrs. Pinkha,
froelyanswera all itrs of Inqui-y. Bend for pampl
let. Address as above. Mention this Ipoter.
No family should ho without L.YDYfA I. PINKIA'4
LIVERt PII JB. They cnra constlpation, bijousneg
and torpidity of the. liver. DS cents per o.
THE ONLY MEDICINE
IN EITIIEII LIQUID 011 DRY FORX
Thnt Acds at thsosamne time on
T EE LIVE, TE B 20WZ?,
AfD TH3 KIDHE TI.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
.leCause wY allow these great organsll to
becomne cloggod or torpid, and poisonous
haumorsare theefore forced info fte blood
that sheoulds etrpe/fed niaturally.
WILL SUREL.Y CURE
P1ILER,' (ONSTIPIATION, UJIIINARIY
ISE IAMEH, FEKMAILE WVEAKNE88bE8,
AND hP.lt VOU8E IISOillDElls,
byj causing frac Lcione 'f f/hese organs andc
resfoin ,g fher po wer lo fthrow qi di seasa.
Why suiffer Bilious pains and nches?
Whiy tormented with lios, Constlpationi
Whly frightenced over disordered If idneysi
W~hy endure noerveus or sIck headachsest
Use KIDNEIY-WVOiLTand refolce in health.
It is put up in Drwy Vegetable Form, In tin
cans one package of which nmakes six qiuarts of
medicine. Also in Iliqu Id Forms, very Coneen.
raefor those that cantnot, readily prepare it.,
Lurzt acts with equtal emeloney in either form.
~Glir IT OFl YOUlt DRUGGIST. PRItCE, $1.00
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henervous system cleanse the si
regars healthy action of the boa
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