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Muny pooplo have mi iiloa that rail
islios uro vegetables only suitable for
the table in early spring, and they never
sow them at times when they will bo in
jrootl condition to eat other seasons of
tho year. The fa t is, they are desiru
ble during all the months of the year
and should bo sown every two weeks
during tho growing season. Chicago
To stop bleeding, if from a cavity
in tho iaw after u tooth has boon ex
tracted, shape a cork into tho proper
form and size to cover the bleeding cav
ity, and long enough to bo kept lirmly
in plac'0 when tho mouth is closed. This,
wo bcliove, is our own invention, and
wo have never known it to fail. It has
served us in desperate cases. Boston
There aro a irreat manv. farms and
fields which can never bo cultivated at a
profit. These if planted with forest
trees, suohas chestnut, oaks of different
varieties, pines and larches, would pro
duce a growth of timber which would
be a source of profit, and then tho ener
gies of tho fanner might bo concentrat
ed upon his best laud, ami Ids manure
could be applied whero it would do the
most good. K. V. Herald.
The age of sheep up to four years
old is readily ascertained from the
mouth. Tlioy put up two largo teeth
in tho center of tho lower jaw, easting
two slicking teeth at about twelvo
months old. They put up two more
largo tooth each of tho next three years,
making at four years old a full mouth of
eight largo tooth. These soon become
gappy and 'worn, especially when shoop
are fed on wholo roots.
Most of tho preventable losses in
farn ing como from attempting to do
too much, or rathor from working with
insufficient capital. Tho rule that what
ever is worth doing at all is worth do
ing well is especially applicable to tho
operations of tho farm, if tho farmer
lacks cash or labor sufficient to culti
vate 100 acres in tho best manner, let
him limit his operations to fifty, and if
that still refuses to yield a profit ho can
experiment witli thirty, or even twenty
acres. American Cultivutor.
- Lovers of collee will find that a
custard made after tho following recipe
is simply delicious; it should bo served
with sponge and fruit cakes. Make a
rich custard at least half cream; to a
quart of cream and milk allow four
eggs if they aro large, five if small;
sweeten to your taste; cook in a farina
kettle; when done frtir in two-thirds of
a tcacupful of cold collee; tho coffee
hhould bo strained through a cloth, so
that there will bo no dark-colored specks
in tho custard. If you fear that tho
custard will not be as thick as you like
to have it, you may uso a small table
spoonful of corn starch or of common
Jloiir.JV. T. 1'ost.
What is Soiling!
Tho soiling system is that by which
stock of various Kinds are excluded from
pasture fields, and tho food prepared
and fed to them regularly. The soiling
system is always associated with what is
known as "high farming," which has
for its rule tho largest return lrom the
smallest available space," and it is to
this point wo arc journey ing on our road
to liorfection in agriculture. It is a
system, however, that demands extra
labor and close attontion, and one that
entails great expense. It calls for con
stant examination of tho condition of
stock in order to provont injury to them
from confinement; but usually cattle
seem to thrive well undor tho soiling
system wherever practiced As none
but the most progressive farmers have
ventured on tho plan, it is safe to say
that success is due more to good judg
ment and care than to the system itself,
so far as tho health of the animals is
t'onocrned, but that it is tho only true
way of keeping farms in a high state of
fertility cannot bo denied. lint few
fences aro required in soiling. This is
a source of considerable saving. The
food can bo of a variab'o character, and
it undergoes careful preparation, in ac
cordance wi h tho capacity, of tho ani
mal, and whether tho' desire of tho
owner be for milk, beef or butter. The
svs'iem takes into consideration tho
question of shelter, likewise, and the
animals aro as tondcrly treated as they
ure well fed. It calls lor the selection of
tho best stock, of tho breeds suited for
tho purposes desired, and no other; and
tho improvement of tho stock every year
is a paramount object, no expense being
spared to accomplish it; nor is tho
manure overlooked, for evory ounce is
not only saved but well preserved.
There must not be any loss of ammonia,
no leaching from rains nor exposure to
the sun. Ft is treatod as an article of
the greatest value, and fitted for proper
jwsiniilation by tho crops which it is to
nourish. Great as tho interest of tho
fanner may bo in his stock, yet, with
all his care, ho does not cease until tho
ultimate object is attainod, which is to
increase the productiveness of tho soil,
and every year tho stock becomes more
valuable, tho dividends larger, and tho
soil richer. Less land is required under
the system, and no energies arc wasted
over 'broad fields, but tinio, labor and
money are concentrated on tho smallest
possible space that can be made to sup
port tho amount of stock required,
manure is spread thickly, and when it
is all taken from tho barnyard not
another aero is touched outside of tio
area tho manure covers except for green
manuring. Tho crops aro put in just
whero they do best, and no lai.d re
mains idle, for groen crops aro turned
in, a proper system of rotation is fol
lowed, and tho best manual skilUund
tho best machinery aro eailod to tho as
sistance of the farmer in making every
thing pay. In fact, soiling, proncrly
conducted,- is soioutiflc funning. ZYwa
Wlillo tho Tone was taking his
usual drive in tho Vatican gardens, tho
report of a gun was hoard close at hand.
Tho coachman took fright, whipped his
horsos, cried out "llelpl Assassinsl"
and drove full speed into tho courtyard
of tho Papal palace, causing great con
sternation among tho guards, who ran
for their arms and barred tho gates.
Tho guards wont in quest of tho sup
posed assassin, and soon returned to tho
palaco with a dead cat, which the keep
er of a neighboring vineyard hail shot.
A news item says that tho best fc
malo circus rider in itussia is Dounod
retisky, who turns a double somersot
through a hoop, and oarricrhor name,
which is painted in the center, along
with her." To turn a doublo somerset
through n hoop may not bo a very re
markable foat, but to cct her namo
through without knocking off somo of
its corners is certainly an astonishing
performance. Norristoum Herald.
Snowballing was ono of tho amuse
ments of tho street boys of Boston tho
other day, notwithstanding tho high
temperature. Tho snowcamo from tho
establishment of a refrigerating com
pany. In cooling their store-rooms tho
moisture- in tho rooms is frozen and
falls in snowllakes on tho lloor to tho
depth of an inch or more. Truly, Bos
ton has attractions which no other sum
mer resort can boast. Chicago Times.
Tun St. Loula Globe-Democrat unys: Mr.
Clmrlcs ltcls, No. lull Second Cnrondclct
avenue, tills cfty, was cured by St. Jacobs Oil
after sixteen years suiTcrlng with rliouiuatlsm.
So Titr.Y have pot a corner on tan-bark,
harotlioyl Well, well; that accounts for
the different flavor of boardhiR-Uouso coflco
The lioston Globe brings this item: Chus.
S. Strickland, Esq., this city, was cured of
rheumatism by St. Jacobs Oil.
HosTnrrnu McOinnib and thn Widow Flap
jack, with whom Hostettcr boards, liavo had
a fulling out, and his landlady no longer
sings ".Ieet mo where the flowers droop," on
the square piano in the parlor for htm. Tho
misunderstanding occurred In this way:
When Mrs. Flapjack handed him his piece ot
buttered bread at tho supper table, he no
ticed that the butter was (spread decidedly
thin. He scraped tho butter with his knife,
ami finally said : "I wish you had been my
mother when 1 was a wild, wayward child."
" Your mother?" exclaimed tho widow. "Yes ;
you lav it on so very lleht I can't perceive
it," replied tho wretch, holding up the plero
of bread and butter, "but my mother uscd to
lay It on so thick and heavy with a strap, that
lean feel It jet." Tho Intimation that the
widow was old enough to be McOlnnls' moth
er, Is what put tho fat In the lire, and now there
is uo moro talk among tho other boardf rs
about Hostettcr and the widow contemn) nt
ing tho perpetration ot matrimony. Ttxat
The plcasuro of living Is increased by a ju
dicious selection of nutritious food. Tho truo
epicurean will avoid a diet not pleaolDg to his
palate and satisfactory to his stomach. An
invalid sulTcrlng from dyspepsia who tlnds this
or that gives him greater or less stomachic
suffering, heartburn, etc., should chooso tho
ones less aggravating to his fcollnes. Tho
writer cured liimRclf of dyspepsia by a diet
consisting principally of soft boiled eggs,
toast, beef-steak cooked rare, baked potatoes
and warm now mllk,iuslug as a tonlcDr. Guy
sott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparllla, a incdl
cine highly recommended as strengthening t&
the digestive organs. Times Correspondent.
It is always'agrecable after you've told a
funny yarn to have somebody In the crowd
remark that he always liked that story.
Mas. Mama L. Wijjton, of Batarla, 0.,
writes: "I believe I sufTered more from dys
pepsia than any woman living. It just seemed
that no kind of food would rest ou my stom
ach. My habits were very Irregular and my
generally health consequently broke down.
Several medicines I tried relieved mo at first
but I soon got worse again. I was recom
mended to gtvo Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock
and Sarsaparilla a trial. It has now been
three months since I quit taking it and I liuvo
not suffered any symptoms of dyspepsia since,
and my habits are now vcryrcgtilar."
Latin is a dead language, and that Is why
doctors use it for writing out their prescrip
tions. iV. 0. rtcayune.
"Rouoii on Rats.!' Clears out rats, mice,
roaches, bed-bugs, vermin, chipmunks. 15c.
ATiANTAhasa pretty fcmalo shoemaker;
but such an iust'tutlnn cannot last.
Not Haiidly. "Nov," sufd a stranger to a
lad who was blacking his boots In front of a
hotel yesterday, "If I should irlvc you a dol
lar, would your first Impulse bo to go to the
circiHl" r'No,hlr," was tho prompt reply.
"Myflist Impulse would be that It was a
counterfeit bill 1" Detroit Free Premi.
"How to Travel," is tho titlo of a little
book just out. How to net tho money to
travel with is tho most nerious question ot
the flitting season. A'. 0, J'kagune.
AN old bachelor being 111, his Mfit'er pre
sented hlni a cup of medicine, "What Is It j"
he asked. She answered: "It Is elUIr asth
matle; it is veiy automatic, and will make
you feel ecstatic." "Nancy," he replied,
"you arc very blstermatlc" Our Continent.
MASiint; "What docs Condlllac say about
brutes In tho scale of being!" Scholar: "Ho
says a bruto is an Imperfect animal." "And
what Is mini!" " Man Is a perfect brute."
The fat colored man fs not always a good
A KkntuckiaN sleeps so soundly that on
sovcral occasions of late the rats have made a
feast oil his toes without disturbing his
dreams. Ho Is looking for a situation as pri
vate watcliinan.jVorrfJtow. lhrald.
London Is complaining ot homeless eats
left to wander about the streets, whllo their
owners arc out of the city. Shades of Dick
Whltlugton.can such things be I JJottonl'imt.
Whkn a man kums to mo for advice, I find
out the kind of advlco ho wauts, and 1 glv It
to him; this satlsfys him that he and I ure
twoazRinart incline tharo Is living. Josh
Np.vnit lend your Ivy-plant, because you
cannot got an IV green back. Hoston ISulhlln
Tub lisp Is In high favor for rich papa
younc ladles, especially thobo who have been
ubro.ul. "Yetli, thur, 'twas a worry pleasawn
At a recent sale of relics In London a mcnal
struck oft In IRtW brought S10. Our rcade
missed a bonanza hy not having a few medal
struck oil tlut year, SorrUlown JleruUl,
As being a certain cure for tho,' worst forms of
dyspepsia, Indigestion, constipation,' Impurity
of blood, torpid liver, dlsohlcredkldneys, etc.,
and as a medicine for eradicating evory species
of humor, front an ordinary pimple to the
worst ulcer, Humiock U1.0OU Hirriiits stand
unrivaled, l'rleo, $1.
VKiiYllkcU: Tutor "What, what Mum.
tiles? How do you translnto scmotlpsum!"
Master Mumbles (with some slight hesita
tion) "Half tipsy, sir I" fondon .Fundi.
In response to an Inquiry for court-plastor
the other day a Detroit druggist handed out a
Clccc about six Inches square and asked tho
oy If ho thought that would do. "1 dunno,"
was the doubtful reply. "Who Is ft fori"
"For father." "Didn't he say howlirgon
piece!" "No; but I know that isn't half
large enough. Ma hit him with the wholo
side of tho washboard at once, and that won't
begin to cover tho clip V Detroit Free J'ress.
"Eleven ycurs our daughter suffered on n
bed of mlsory under tho care of several of tho
best (and somo ot tho worst) physicians, who
gave her dhento various names but no relief,
and now she is restored to us In good health
by as simple a remedy nH Hop lllttcrs, that wo
had pooheil at for two yc.irs, beforo using it.
Wo earnestly hope and pray that no ono else
will lot tliMr sick suffer as wc did, on account
of prejudice against so good a medicine as
Hop Hitters." Tho Parents. Tilegntm.
8omi: hotol clerk must have originated tho
expression : "There Is always room at tho
top." Doston Star.
lUo temper often proceeds from those rmln-
ful disorders to which women arc" subject. In
fcmalo complaints Dr. 11. V. Plcrco's "Favor
ite Prescription" is a certain euro. Ily nil
Tug shrewd old man told his amiable little
boy that it was better to wasto other people's
tlmo than his own.
Ik you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, bavo
sallow color ot skin, or ycllowlsh-browu spots
ou lace or uouy, iicqucni iicuiiacno or dizzi
ness, bad taste in mouth, Internal heat or Chills
alternated with hot flushes, low Bplrlts and
gloomy forebodings, inczular appotite, and
tongue coated, you aro sufferlnglrom "torpid
liver," or "biliousness." In many cases of
"liver complaint" only part of these symp
toms aie experienced. Ah a remedy for all
such cases Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Dis
covery" has no equal, as It clfucts porfect ami
radical cuics. At all drug stores.
A daily paper says a Coiwy Islander was
shot iu tho brawl. Now, what part of tho
humau uuutomy is thatf
Youno or middle aged men sufTerlng from
nervous debility, loss of memory, premature
old age, as the result of bad habits, should
send thrco stamps for Part VII. ot Dime Series
pamphlets. Address Wom.d's Disi'ijnsauy
Medical Association, Uullalo, N. Y.
It is downright mean, tho way wo servo our
teeth. In childhood wu cut them, and In old
ago drop them.
A IIcuvj' Swoll.
llloomer, VIrgllle, N. Y., wrltesy
Ecm:othio On. cured a badly
Bwollen neck and soro throat In fortv-elcht
hours. My wife was also cured of a lamo loot
in twenty-four hours."
Tun Burr family have had a reunion In
Maine, which reminds the New York Timet
that tho Buns always stick together.
"FIgurcs are not always facts," but the
incontrovertible facts concerning Kldncy
Wort nro better than most llgures. For in
stance: "It Is curing everybody" writes a
druggist. " Kidney-Wort Is tho most popular
medicine wo sell." It should be by right, for
no other mcdlclno lias such spuclllc action on
tho liver, bowcl6 and kidneys. Dp not fail to
What Adam said ou beholding the first sun
rise: "Go West, my sun, go West."
1" Every color of the Diamond Dyos is per
fect. See the samples of the colored cloth at
the druggists. Unequalled for brilliancy.
A ukoimhnt with a military bend In front
should always march by play-tuues.
Skinny Mkn. " Wells' Health Itcnewcr" re
stores health and Vigor, cures Dyspepsia. $1,
BuroitK an apple becomes elder It must go
the rounds of the press.
FiiAzmt Avi.i! Gmiahk continues to lead ull
competitors by u big majority. All dealers.
Tub Voltaic Bkit Co., Marshall, Mich., will
send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belts and Electric Appliances ou trial for
thirty days to men (young or old) who aro af
flicted with nervous debility, lost vitality and
kindred troubles, guaranteeing speedy and
complete restoration of health and manly vigor.
Address as ubove. N. B. No risk is Incurred,
as thirty day's trial Is allowed.
Wise's Axle Grease will suit you ; If It dou't,
get your money back.
Gut Lyon's Patent IleelStllfeners for those
new boots or shoes before you run them over.
If afflicted with Sore Eyes, use Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists 6cll it. 25e.
Wise'b Axle Grease. Ubo It.
Try tho new brand, "Spring Tobacco."
Usb Wiso's Axle Grease.
Ilanlan, the champion onrnmnn ot llic world, wai
born In Toronto, Canada, and won bin nrt amateur
race on Toronto IJay. Afterward lie made his name
fatnou by hit great Ictory at tlif Centennial In 1678.
Since then lie lias defeated every oimman of promi
nence, not only In thUcoumry, but from the antipodes
of Auitrallatotliu dioa-a of Great llrltaln, and liu
now patiently wait for the next man who Is to attempt
to inakulilm lower til standard of Ictory, which baa
been ao long wavlnB In trlumi'ti. Any onu taking even
a etiraory glance at Ilanlan, and who notes till clear,
brlfihtcyc, hUpnre kln and well-knit frame, would
bo convluced that purity of blood, and robutt health
were his birthright, hence, tho baals of his strength
and endurance. Purity of blood In unquestionably the
seat of life and health, and to obtain It and keep It,
nothing la tho world can compare to Burdock Ulood
Mr. .1. Marsh, Bank of Toronto, Ont.. wrltcss 'Dlb
louincis and dysitepsla seem lo have grown up with
me, having been a sutl rer for ycurr, I have tried
many remedies hut with no laming remit until I used
your liurdock Illood llltteM 'Iliey have been truly a
blessing to me, aud 1 caunot eak too highly of
0. Illsckct Itoblnson, proprietor of tho Canada
Pretbultrmn, Torouto, Ont., wrltts: Kor several
years I hav e suffered greatly from of l-reeurrliig bilious
headaches, lusulyour llurduck Illoud Hitters with
the happiest results, and I now feci myself letter In
hea th than for years past, i ciiecriuiiy rvcoguug th
sterltiiBLhararierof ) our preparation.
y All utvwmt.
Tlut to rrfblc scourga
fmr ami ague, sud
It congener, billons
remittent, besides f
produced by nilasinn
tloalr and Hitter, arc
both eradicated and
3i prevented bjr thetisa
. of Hosteller's Stotif
sell Hitter, a purely
vegetable elixir, In'
itorscd by physicians,
and more. cxtenslc
ly unit as n remedy
disorders, a well a
any medicine of Ibo
age. For sslnby nil
DrtiKKtit nd XK'nl
OLD AND RELIABLE,
Sanford'b LrvT.rt ItroaoiuTon!
Jib a Standard Family Komady for
jdiBoasesof tho Liver, Stomach
jfiuu.nowoiB. -xi ib x'urejy
g Vegetable, It never
Debilitates It is
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r, iinrtioru, Huston, wnmigo, or iiiiciiuuui.
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Tiimnri, Ulcers, Nri'nilu
niul Hkin Dikkakii. wllbnut tlm
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HOOIC THAT KVERYHODY WANT8I
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Uook Frkc. Addreti
LOOMI8 & NVMAN. TIFFIN. OHIO.
L. P. HASKELL, Dentist, m&KZ
Has devoted HO year exclusively to .Artlilclnl
Tei-tli. ForHO years lias iniule "Al.MaN'euij'
tlnuoiiH Quin Work." Hie
only iwrfect method for Arti
juriuus effects of Vulcanized Itubber,
ficial Teeth. Wrlln for his liook "iti-
Employmont for Ladios.
The (Jun City Suipeniter Company of Cln.
clnnatl are now manufacturing and Introducing
their nw hlurklnf Kuipvrlrr lor ldlfi aiiU
I klMrr , ami tncir uncuiicii rsmrl nuiptaarn
for UiIIm, and want rclislile lady agents to tell
.tlicm In every liouicliold. Our agents every
twlicre meet witli reaily iikccii and make liami.
'some salarlei, Write at once for tenni and se.
cure eicluiive territory. Address
Oum. till Hu.Dfnder f'o llarlanatl. Ohla.
67 Leading Physicians recommend thcta bupportcrs. JZQ
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sAloAiltetiill Price list free. Honrli gti.inm
teed II.C,hIUKitl&7 'aiiasiittVt;ni(Mgo,
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year, Bpeclmens of l'enmaiislilp and Circulars, Free.
voled. American Hchool of Telegiaphy, Madison, Wis.
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steadily grown lit public favor, and it
now ncknowlodgedund admitted foythu
tindotolMtthontiindiiitt liniment of tho
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iih nl wo do an without fear of contra
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thero nro many who nro moro or lost
prvjtidleod iigulust proprietary romo
dlcs especially on account of tliomnny
lumiliiiusoii tho markot: however, wo
nro pleased tostato Hint nuch proludlco does not
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dochiliu ft iswlthout nu equal.
It is put iiplttHOttlcsorttitvo
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you glvoltnf.ilrtrlnl, roinnni
lioriiiK that tho Oil put up with
t..ll... iitiiii.i.uinlniiinlll la ttw
. hJ,"MV - . 111 If- ,K I lll'U( niiiiiis, in ij.
mtmt , F , L nttman niui inwi nen, unu
that with yellow wrapper
(thrco hIim) for animal llcsh. Try u bottle.
Asthe-ujrutH Indicate, tho Oil 'u used suc
cessfully for all diseases of tho human, out
(Hid uiifiiKit leni, Htiaku well boforo using.
Cannot bo Dlpputod.
One of the principal reasons of
the womlertut success of Mr
chant'sdarKllmrUII Is that It Is
mnuufiu'tiiroi! strletlyon honor.
Its proprietors do not, as la tho
OitKiiwlth liiiiiiiin'.iirtnr liiaklnir
for their mcdlclno n name, diminish Its euru
tlvo pi open I cm iiy iming inferior compounds,
but use tho very lxt good to ho bought In tho
market, rcKiinii-'ssoi cosi. i'or
half ii century Merchant's Gnr
ullugOII has been u synonym Tor
homt.v, and will continue to bo
so long: as tlmo endures. For
Liiiiinosji .i uv nil resncctal) e iieulon
throughout tho United Stales uud other coun
tries. aOurtcHtlmonlnlsdato from IfCW
to tho present. Try Minvhant'M
Gurgling till Liniment forlntor
mil and external uso,iind tell your
neighbor what good It lias done.
Don't rail to follow directions. Keep tho.
bottlo well corked.
L .I....I..I. lll...l.rrtU
I'liilblftllis. Frost lllte,
Scratches or Urease,
Hand Cracks, IMliKvIl,
Onlls of all kinds.
Klesli Wounds. Hlttast,
Itlnglionc, 1'onl I'leers.
(Inrgelln Cows, Farcy,
root Hut la ISheep,
Itoup In Poultry,
Bnru Nlnt'les, CurK
Cnirki'il llti'is. Old Pore.
Kpltoiute, I.nme Hack,
Hemorrhoid or Files,
Tout luetic lllii'imiatlsm,
Weakness of the Joints,
Coiitrnetliin of Muscles,
Crumps, a welled Legs,
Fistula. Mange. Thumb,
Cakidllrcasta, Polls Ac
Abscess of tho udder,
f 1,000 Itl'.WAttl) for jmiof of tho oxlstonoo
or it neuor iiiuiiiriii iinui iiui-
chant'sOarKllngOII," or u Hotter
worm mcdlclno thiin"Mcrohnnt'u
JOHN HODGE, Sec'y.
HAS BEEN PROVED
The SUREST CURE for
Tiilim,i Vianlt nr rllaordflrod urlno IncU-
oato that you aro a vloUtu P THEN DO NOT
ttt!ht ATHi KldneiT-Wort nt onoo, (drug
gists rooommcmdlOandit will speedily oyer-
nnnm urn dtaejuo ana roaioro noaiiiu wjuuu.
.Hi AC I'or oomputnia iwouiiBr
LdUICOs toveur sax. suolias pain
and weaknesses, KIdnoy. Wort la unsurpassed
iu If will mjit Tiromntlv nntl sAblv.
ElthorBox. Inoontlnenoo, retention ofurlno,
brlolc dust or rony deposits, and dull dragging
pains, nil speedily ylold to lto curativo power.
IS. BOLD DY AUi DnUOQIBTB. WM 1.
In abundance!. US million pounds
ImpoiiMl lant yejr.-(l'rls lower
tlniii eer. Agnus wanted. Don t
wasto tlmo. Ueud for circular.
10 Ibsi. (iuod Itlnrlc or mixed, for 81.
lO Ibsj. IMnu lllaclc or JTIIxeri, lor K2.
10 IbM.CIioIcollluvlcornilxod, lor $!i.
Bend for pound sample, 17 cts. extn for postngo.
f'licu get up n club. Choicest Tea In thn world
.nrgest variety. I'lcascH everybody. Oldest Tea
lousn In America. No rhromo. No lluuiblig.
Htmlght business. Value for I ey.
ICOIl'T V UIJ.S, i'-l Vesey St., N. Y., I'.O. llox 1287.
ACT Ol' A IJJI!H r 111
of 1M.Y and IIOUNYY
tepnrlrd cm 1CIII.I.M an
Atrr or a ijj itht nil, i hh. Apply to
MILO B. STEVENS & CO.
OFFICK8: I,e Droit Hulldlng WAHHiNtiToif. D.O. j
('asu llulldliig, Oi.kvki.anii, OHIO! Abstract Hulldlng,
DKTitotT, Mien. Metropolitan llluclc CiliOAuo, 111.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS M&Z
Illood, and will completely chango the blood In tho en
tire system In three months Any imtsoii who will take
1 pill each night from 1 to lis weeks may be restored
toaoundhealtli.lfsiicha thing Im possible. Hold ev
erywhere, or sent by iimllfor H letter Mumps. I. 8.
Johnson d. Co., lioston, Muss., formerly llaugor, Me.
WHITNEY A. HOLMES
!!- I All Slllifra In Tns llurx
I.IIUr. ails'iott l'lr..CI. llrpM-
lull s!tt,llftlif-d SCi Vn.
WI'.IV H t'VI.I'.N. IVBCSV NOLO STOPS,
Whitney & Holmes Organ Oo,,Quincy,IlL
IHJH'VNISU HA.V.KI and (lultar Instructor
J ami specimen copy of monthly ltmilu and Uultar
lOUUN'Al, sent for lo cents. Circulars vkkk.
H. H. blKWAUf. No. 4ttl N. KlghtBt., Flilla., Fa.
' NY WATCH
SnT."n I'X Watchinakepi, Jly mall, Wets. Circulars.
-vw j.'-mkk. j.n.iiijwjucittju,, uyjioyut.. n.x.
IR ntin (MKI'K.NTCICN mm' use our Nntv
lslUUU Fllr rto flic all kinds of saws, so they will cut
better Hum ever Price sjU.fiO. Clrcuhirsuudtirlces to
Agents. Address K, IIOTII ft IIKO,, New Oxford, Pa.
A MONTI! and board In your county. Men
or Ladles, Pleasant business. Address
', W KIKIILBHACUO IIOXIH, Ullicago, 111.
WASTED for the t)cst and Faitest-
iirfiil llri.il.nnjl lllhli.H. Prli i r,,liif...l
Nationau PuiilidhinuCo., Clitcago,ll.
Uest work in the U, 8, for the money.
Enterprise Carriage Co,, Cin'ti, 0.
" -YB""B' Y."l w" "L"'
ff 70 A WEKK. 512 u tiny ut liniiiy eaHlly made.
J) I 6('tlyoutlltfrec. AddretTruM& Co, Augusta, Mo.
Ii) Conts buyo3 LovolyAtl. Curda and aNon
m hiiehC'ook Hook. (IKOXMIAMOIU), Byracuse.N.Y'
C C 0 A WKKK In your own town. TcrniH audi
fl A U II As Drcliistra Music Ciiliilogiies free. 'I lioiupsoii
UWllaJ & Udell. THTiemonlHt.. HimIoii.Mu...,
PP I. fon tier day ut liomu. Hamplcfl worth ft5
UU U Vt,U Ins. AOiiressnnNwi v., t-oiii;in(i,i)ie.
A. N. K.-A.
ll'F K.V II'KIT.VO TO A1V KllTISKltB,
jifrrisn may fou viuv the 4tIvcr((fCrlieitt ,
1 4iV i