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AGASSIZ AND DICKENS.
Bomclltins About the Mothers of TheM
Two l''aniuf Mrn.
Concerning many of those women
the world knows much, lint of the ma
jority it is ignorant. The mother of
Aga-siz. the scientist, was the wife of a
Swii-s Protectant clergyman, and lived
to a good old age- Li mis was her fa
vorite son, ami she trained him with tiio
greatest care. When, in 1857, Professor
Silliniati. of Yale Collegs. visited her,
he found her at fourscore a tall, erect
and dignified woman, with animated
nddre.-sand cultivated manners." Wnen
the was assured lv her iruest that her
son's adopted country loved him. and
was proud of him. her strong frame
was agitated, her voice t rem hied with
emotion, and the llowing tears told the
sad tory of a mother's heart.
'I he day that Professor Silliman left
she walked a long way in the rain to
hid him and his wife farewell. Present
ing them with a little boijuetof pansics
she hade them tell her sou her 'penees
were all for him." Ponsee, in French,
means both panties anil thought. On
the fiftieth birthday of Aga-si. the Sat
urday Club, of loton. celebrated it
with a dinner at which Longfellow.
Holme-; and Lowell read poems. In
the poem of the former, allusion was
made to the natural mother as mourn
ing over the fact the great mother,
Nature, had driven her son from the
tiroide. where she wished to keep him:
And the iiiother at home says 'Hark!
For his voice I listen and yearn:
It is ciuwmL' late and darU.
And my boy does not return."
Agassiz' head was bent during tho
reading of the poem, but when the al
lusion to his mother was made his
rudd- face tluhed with restrained feel
ing, tears gathered in his eyes, and as
the last Him; was uttered they dropped
slowly down his cheeks, one after
The t'hiidimod of Dickens was so
shadowed by poverty, and his sensitive
and imaginative mind was so keenly
aiive to his position, that it was hardly
possible that he could draw an abso
lutely impartial picture of his parents.
His mother hail a keen appreciation of
the droll and of the pathetic, and like
wise considerable dramatic talent. She
was a comelv little woman, with hand
some, bright eyes, and a genial, agreea
l'roiii her Dickens undoubtedly in
herited his temperament and intellect
ual gifts. She possessed an extraor
dinary sense of the ludicrous, and her
power of imitation was something as
tonishing. Her perception was quick,
and she unconsciously noted everything
that came under her observation. In
describing ridiculous occurrences her
tone and gesture would be inimitable,
while her manner was of the quaintest.
Dickens declared that to her he owed
his tirst desire for knowledge, and his
earliest pasio: for reading was awak
ened by his mother, who taught him
not onlv the rudiments of En"lih. but
also a little of Latin. Poverty saddened
and darkened many years 01 ner me,
and her children were early compelled
ti leave her and earn their own living,
but they all honored and loved her aa
she deserved. Woman" s Argosy.
To Lear 11 a Man or Woman's Disposition
Watch Tlieiu Kat.
There is no better place to study
human nature than the average hotel
dining-room. If character doesn't
show out when a man is hungry, there
probably isn't any. Good breeding,
however, shows even more quickly, and
though it may not be altogether pleas
ant to watch the man next to yon eat a
whole dish of green peas with his knife,
it is a curious and interesting sight
A thin little woman leading four chil
dren came into the supper-room of one
of the citj hotels last week. There
were three loys anil one girl and they
were probably included between seven
and thirteen years of agA They had
evidently been traveling and the chil
dren, though not used to public dining
rooms, all had children's appetites.
Each one demanded a bill of fare and
studied it eagerly. There was a mo
ment's silence and then
Ma, I want some strawberries and
a Bath bun and and a banana."
"Ma, I want some turkey and pump
"Ma. ma. do they have bear steaks?"
I don't know, my son Willie, stop
reaching for the butter, and put down
Here a commotion arose owing to a
dispute between the eldest boy and the
one next, relative to the changing of
their order to "golden buck." the second
boy contending that it would be better
to order all mince pie, because they
knew what that was.
"Ma. what's a canvashack duck?"
'It's a kind of wild duck."
"What does it have canvas for. to
put-up when it rains?"
Here the waiter, having prepared ice
water all around, assumed a receptive
attitude, and the thin woman said:
"We just want a light supper. The
children are not hungry," she ex
plained, "and it isn't good for them to
cat much before going to bed. You
might bring some buttered toast, tea
and stewed prunes, two portions of
each will do."
And then eiglit sad. young eyes, from
which the light of pie and turkey had
faded, followed the waiter as he van
ished toward the kitchen. X. Y. Trifh
Philosophers have noticed that when
a man makes up his mind that he has
got to practice economy, he generally
tries to begin with his wife's expenses.
Journal of Education.
After awhile distinguished peoplo
will be those whose names never get
into the newspapers.
FARM AND FIRESIDE.
Growing animals need more fowl
in proportion to their weight than
those that are full grown.
Spinach is one of the early greens.
An application of a very line manure
will hasten them and give a larger
Those who have experienced the
misery of chilblains will be glad to try
bathing the alllicted parts in a pint of
vinegar containing live cents' worth of
Golden Pudding: Mix well one
quarter of a pound each of flour, bread
crumbs, sugar and finely minced meat;
and the same quantit- of orange mur
malade and one rgg; rmiir into a well- iwiure; uiaiany umiue or pecuuai .
buttered mold and steam two and a ! verity in the mode of inflicting the
half hours !
Vegetables with a strong flavor.
such as onions and turnips will be
much improved I13 putting them to boil
in cold water, renewin- this from a I
kettle of boilinir water as soon as it 1
comes to a scald. Goal Cheer.
The only way to continue bearing
apple trees healthy, vigorous and fruit
ful, is by giving them full possession of
the land, good cultivation, and suppl
ing a sufficient quantity of manure to
keep up the fertility of the soil. The
neglect to keep these requirements is
the main cause of the premature decay
of many of our old orchards.
The customary remedy for the black
knot or blight on plum trees is to cut it
out as fast as it appears and burn it.
This is laborious and not always satis
factory. A Yankee fruit-grower re
ports that painting the diseased spots
as soon as they appear with linseed oil,
has been a sure preventive in his ex
perience. Farm and Home.
The very best thing for a sprain is
to put the limb into a vessel of very
hot water immediately, then add boil
ing water as it can be borne. Keep the
part immersed for twenty minutes, or
until the pain subsides; then apply a
tiirht bandage and order rest. Some
times the joint can be used in twelve
hours. If necessary use a silicate of
Sausage Rills: Take puff paste,
roll out to an eighth of an inch in thick
ness; then cut in squares of four inches
each, lay them on a hoard; have sau
sage meat ready, make in small rolls,
and place one on each square of
pastry. Wet the edges and bring
them together. Work with beaten
white of an egg. bake nice and brown.
If properly made these rolls are very
Hani and Potatoes: Beat the yelks
of two eggs into a little melted butter
(about two ounces), cut some thin
slices of cooked ham; dip them in it;
butter a dish or pan. and lay in it a
layer of cold boiled and sliced potatoes,
sprinkle them with pepper and salt,
then put a layer of the pieces of ham.
another of potatoes, and so on till th$
dish be full, finishing with the potatoes.
Pour over this half a pint of cream.
j stand the dish in the oven and bak
quickly. l'unkcc lllndc.
How to Uaise Healthy nmt Consequently
The best possible floor for a piggery I
is one 01 eaiiu, proviuca tins is 01 a
kind tiiat will not become too dusty.
! Hogs seem to be peculiarlv sensitive to
dust, or. rather, since they have their
nostrils of toner and closer to the ground
than any other domestic animal, they
inhale more dust than any other. It is
very injurious to them, causing snuffles,
cough, influenza, thumps, etc The
occupation of one bed for a long time
unchanged is a fruitful cause of disease;
even the earth, which purifies all things,
will itselt become foul at last from the
exhalations of the skin. Hogs seem
to be peculiarly sensitive in their skins
;md the mucous membrane lining all
the internal cavities. They suffer from
a lack of cleanliness, and no animal
will show it sooner in the toused and
dead look of the hair; whereas a hog
that is in good thrift will very soon
give unmistakable evidence of it in the
clean, soft, bright appearance of his
hair and bristles.
As above stated, an earth floor is the
best every way, but this should not be
allowed to become so dr as 10 yield
excessive dust, nor so damp as to pro
duce a steamy, reeking condition in the
nest, which also is very productive of
colds and cough. A floor of clay is
good as against the first objection; it
does not tend excessively to dust I
have bedded hogs on a layer of earth
thrown 011 a tight board floor a foot or
so above the ground, and this will pre
vent dampness, but is objectionable on
account of the propensity of rats to har
bor in it. Hats and unringed hogs are
exceedingly destructive to a board floor.
Every precaution should be adopted to
exclude these odious vermin. Their
constant running and squealing disturb
hogs not a little, to say nothing of the
thiercries they perpetrate. 1 have even
suspected them of devouring very young
pigs, it 1 were about to muld a Hog
yen now, after jcars of experience, I
sTiould try at least one compartment of
it with a brick or stone floor laid tifht.
in cement, as a foundation fortiie laver
of earth for them to rest in. This would
prevent the foul and pernicious damp
ness that would ariSc by capillary
attraction from the ground beneath,
and it would exclude rats.
Let me repeat: If the farmer will
carefully watch his pigs and completely
renovate their straw, once a week at
the outside, he may with safety give it
to them for nesting; otherwise not
With the best of intentions toward my
swine, I never could bear it in mind to
change their bedding often enough; and
there is hardly anything more perni
cious to them than a pile of evil-smell-ing.
polluted straw. It is positive
poison to them. Stephen Powers, in
.forms Advocated by a Committee of the
Jfew York Lrglalattire.
The report made to the Legislature
of New York by Mr. Elbridge T. Gerry
a;id a number of other gentlemen, in
relation to the proposed execution of
criminals by electricity, contains a
number of interesting facts. In their
report they maintain that the effort to
prevent the increase of crime by the
lmticiiMiiiiiwiLi t1 is-at-a rX rllll tll
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puuisumcni 10 various ouunsus imoiv
ing different grades of moral turpitude,
or, in other words, by increasing the
list of offenses to which capital punish
ment is made applicable, has proveda
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vent the occurrence of the offense nor
to produce a deterrent effect; that from
the long catalogue of various methods
punisiiment adopted by various nations
iwuiuereui nines ouiy nvcaremm prau
ticall v resorted to by the civilized world
Accompanying the reiort is a long list
of the different modes of capital punish
ment practiced in different countries.
In Austria, Holland, Portugal, Russia,
England and America the gallows is
used; in Bavaria, Belgium. Denmark,
France, Hanover and Saxony, the guil
lotine; in Brunswick, thexe; in China, a
I Lily and Prussia, the sword; in Ecua
dor and Oldenburg, the musket; in
Spain, thegarrote; and in Switzerland,
in fifteen cautons the sword is used,
and in four cantons the guillotine. In
ninety per cent, of these countries the
executions are public. The demoral
izing effect of such exhibitions can not
be estimated. The aim of these gentle
men is not only to have electricity in
troduced for the present mode, but to
have laws passed so that where a crim
inal is to be executed none but the of
ficers of the law shall be present
Another way (to worship Buddha,
in the temple at Kioto) is to chew the
prayer paper aud when soft throw it in
the form of a pellet at the god, through
a wire screen. If it goes through and
sticks on the god, the prayer will be
answered. If it hits on the screen, it
is no good. Some of the gods are
thickly plastered with this school boy
missile. When I saw this it suddenly
came to me why I did that same thing
when a boy at school, using another
boy a a god. It was the outburst and
ovei llowing of a devotional spirit The
other boy did not always see it in that
light, and sometimes made irreligious
remarks about it, but that was owing
to his ignorance of my simple form of
Buddhist worship, that's all. Japan
Cor. Hartford Courant.
Helping the Monkey.
siid a four-year-old.
me me cuius 10 uu u iiiiiiiuj.
"We have one monkey in the house
now," said the elder brother.
"Who is it. Dan?"
"You," was the reply.
.... 4?.... .-... a.. 1. .. .,. . '
Then give me five cents to buv the
nioukev some nuts."
The brother could not resist Texas
An escaping defaulter, who was
held up on his journey by train-robbers
and relieved of his hard-won pile, com
plains that professional courtesy is
dead in this brutal, grasping, modern
bo read me Headlines or many a newspa
per column, and wo peruse with palpitating
interest the details of the catastrophe, and
are deeply impressed by tho sacrifice of hu
man lives involved. Yet thousands of men
and women are fulling victims every year
10 mat terriDio disease consumption (scrof
ula of tho lunrfsi- anil thevnml uieir friends
hi, nw thm .i.i tw. r. ,,.
flMl av t a . A Al frnl aa,tnx (. arnwalnala Zaa.au
takc. No earthly power, of course, can re-
storo a lung that is entirely wasted, but Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical IMscowry will
rapidly and surely arrest the ravages of
consumption, if taken in time. Do not,
therefore, despair, until yon have tried this
"YstJuoCDin .your dress?" asked the
Bchool-teacher of a tramp. "X Qj me,
innm," replied he; "I drank 2 X tx" Pitts
Evekt lady should read advertisement of
Natl Medical Dispensing Co.. in this paper.
m a m
As extraordinary thing In ladies' hats
cheapness. Tftcai b'jtmgs.
The proper way to warm the house la to
keep the cellar coaled.
If yon want to hear some racy English go
to a horse-trot on the ice. Burlington Free
Carpet-tacks are now made in drawing
rooms by a Jadyebip steering her bustle and
train. Aew Haven .cirs.
It is said to be unlucky to have thirteen
persons at table, but it is only to be feared
when there is barely food enough for
Tmt most acute embarrassment a girl ever
suffers is when, after passing a fellow on
the street for whom she has a concealed
fondness, she looks back at him and he
catches her at it
It's the brickmaker who wants the earth.
Declined with thanks an objectionable
dish at table.
Pbtvatb houses hare
hotels have deaf ones.
Wmor a musician goes fishing, does he
castanet in the hope of catching a bassoon?
A Bocbbos pretender one who pretends
he doesn't like it when he does. Ituffah
Dbivxso a street car is not a very high
calling, bnt it can scarcely be classed as
among the lower walks of life.
It is a notable fact that however cleanly
seamen may be on the water, they have a
decided dislike to being washed ashore.
Train robbers know how to dispnrso the
Tbe lower the price of coal the more
grate-full tha community. Liiiylumton
The Funereal Month of March.
An obsovant metropolitan barber says
thathecantelkone's physical condition uj
the state of the hair I
The Bible tells us that with his iair gone
Samson lost his strength. The Komans
considered baldness a serious affliction and
Julius Caesar was never quite satisfied with
himself because his poll was bare.
Tho face, however, is the open book and
one can readily trace in its various expres
sions, lines, changes and complexion the
state of the system.
Tho eye that is unusually bright and yet
has a pallid brightness, tho face upon
whose cheeks nature paints a rose of sin
gular beauty and Hush, more marked in con
trast with the alabaster appearance of the
forehead and nose and lower part of the
face, is one of those whom the skilled phy
sician will tell you will some day dread
tho funereal month of March, because it
is then that consumption reaps itsricbesi
harvest Consumption they tell us is causec
by this, that and the other thing, by mi
crobes in the air, by micro-organisms in
the blood, by deficient nutrition, by a thou
sand aud one things, but whatever the cause,
decay begins with a cough and the remedy
that will effectually stop the cause of that
cough cures the disease of tho lungs.
That is all there is of it
The cough is an evidence of a wasting.
To stop it effectually, a remedy must be
used that will search out the cause, re
move that aud then heal tho lung and do
away with the cough. This is tho power,
special to itself, possessed alone by War
ner's Log Cabin Cough and Consumption
remedy. This is no new-fangled notion of
narcotics and poisons, but an old-fashioned
preparation of balsams, roots and
herbs, such as was used by our ancestors
many years ago, the formula of which has
been secured exclusively by the present
manufacturers at great trouble and expense.
It is not a mere cold dryer. It is a system
searcher and upbuilder and a consumption
expellant Where others fail, it wins, be
cause it gets at tho constitutional cause and
removes it from the system.
J. W. Heusaw of Greensboro, Pa., on Jan.
15, 1SS3. reported that "he had derived
moro real benefit for tho length of time,
from Warner's Log Cabin Cough and Con
sumption remedy than ho had for years
from tho best state physicians."
If you have a cough, night sweats, "posi
tive assuranco in your own mind that
you, oh you, havo no consumption,"
aud yet lose flesh, appetito, courage, as
yourlungs waste away, you may know that
soon tho funereal month of March will
claim you, unless promptly and faithfully
you uso the articlo named. If other rem
edies havo failed try this one thoroughly.
If others aro offered, insist tho more on
trying this unequaled preparation.
Some- persons are prono to consumption
and they should never allow tho disease to
"Tommy, mv eon. what is longitude!"
"A telegraph "wire, papa." "Prore it. my
son." "Because icsiretches from pole to
D!ftitroua Failure t
TVb can mention no failure more disas
trous thau that of physical energy. It in
volves the partial suspension of the digest
ive and assimilative processes, and entails
the retirement from Business of the liver
and kidneys. Only through the good offices
of Hostetter's Stomach Ditters can the res
toration of its former vigorous status be
hoped for. When this aid has been secured,
a resumption of activity in the stomach, liver
and bowels may be relied uxn. The Bitters
conquers malarial aud kidney troubles.
Tiiehe were wrestlers in the old cbivalric
days, or else huw could a knight throw
down the gauntlet? Texas 6'o'(.
"Yes, it pays." said a big, fat physician,
with a name which is known throughout the
medical world. "I havo a practice worth
,000a year." RTomen"' "Yes. you've
guessed it first tune. They pay $10 every
time they como into niyoffice. When one
gets on my list 1 tell you she stays!" and
Dr. H laughed long and loud. This is
quackery gilt-edged, genteel quackery to
keep suffering woman paying tribute year
in and year out and doing them no good.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures the
peculiar weaknesses and diseases of wom
en. It does not lie to them nor rob them.
If yon want to know what a sliding scale
is try to handle a wet fish. Motion Com
We would be pleased to know of a man or
woman who has never had headache or been
subject to constipation. As theso seem to
be universal troubles n littlo advice may be
in order. Why should persons cram their
stomachs with nauseating purgative pills,
etc., which sicken and debilitate when such
a pleasant and sterling remedy as Prickly
Ash Bitters will act mildly and effectively
on the liver, kidney, stomach and bowels,
and at the same time tone up and strength
en the whole system, causing headache,
constipation and all such distressing evils
to quickly disappear.
Men are too much inclined to accept a
pretty woman at her face value. Texas Sift'
Coron3, Hoarseness, Sore Throat etc.,
quickly relieved by Bnowx's Uuoxciiial
TitociiES. A simplo and effectual remedy,
superior to all other articles for the same
purpose. Sold only in boxes.
TnE bootblack deerves to sneree'l lie
gets right down to business. Burlington
Danoeh Signaled bv a Cough is averted
with Hale's Honey of i lorehound and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure iu one minute.
" Most people neglect the eyes," says a
medical paper; Lul very few neglect the L
Pipo's Cure for Consumption is tho best
Cough Medicine. If you don't believe it,
take a doso. By druggists, 25c. a bottlo.
The prop her study of mankind is how to
Support a wife. Untie.
A perfect specific Dr. Sage's Catarrh
A novelty for fashionable luncheon a
If afflicted with Sore Eyes uso Dr. Isaac
If a ship arrives in port a second lata
they dock it
Farmrrs. It is Impor
tant that the Soda yon
sue should be White and
Pure same as all similar
Bbstiacea used for
food. To insure ob
taining only the "Arm &;
Hammer' brand Soda,
bjy it In "ponnd or
ha'f pound" cartoons,
which bear onr name
and trade-mark, as In
ferior Roods are some
times substituted forthe
"Arm & Hammer" brand
when bougtit in bulk.
Parties uim; Baking
Powder should remem
ber that its sole rieing
property consists of bi
3 w m wA m lav B B"Hi4C sP Jl 9 !
were tho exact number shipped during the
short, dull month of November. 1SS7, by the
largest mail order cigar house in tho world,
namely, R. W. Tansill & Co., Chicago.
QThe impecunious marf in need of gum
shoes fenot opposed to a rubber trust. Bal
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SliUCi GENTLEMEN.
The only Hne raU 99 Seaatleaa 8boe In th
world made without tack or aalto. A tylth
and durable an ttaiwe cvtina &" ortri. and tiaTinjt no
lack or nulla to wear the mocking or hurt the feet,
makes them as comfortable and well-Httlnic as a
band sewed nhoa. Buy tbe nest. None senume un
ions stamped va bottom "W. 1- Uouglas 13 Shoe.
w!"lL iOCGE.Afl St nnOE, the original
and only band wwnl welt M boe. which equals
cutom-maae shop contlns: f rom IB to r
W. . DOCCLASS.i SHOE Is anex
celled for bwnrvwtr. .
W. Km DOtJOCAS SHOE Is worn ty all
Bovs. and H tbe best school rboe In the world.
All th above goods are made In Congress. Button
and lace, and ir not sold 1t your dealer, write
W. 1m DOlOIJllt, BrhtB, Ma.
ar'MMt mU rATUlnaf lm jmcm.
CUBES UMERE lit USE IAhS.
BestCoaghHyrup. Tastes Rood. Veo
in tune. oiu Dyarusmsis.
I boliove Piso'a Cure
for Consumption saved
mv lifo. A. II. Dowell,
Editor Euouircr. Eden-
ton, N. C, April 23, 1SS7.
Tho best Cough Medi
cine is Piso's Cure i-OR
take it without objection.
By all druggists. 25c
M CURES WHERE All EISE r AILS. Ql
M BestCouith Syrup. Testes Rood. Uso 151
Eti inttxno. Koldliydrcjrcists. W
OF PURE COD 1MB OIL
And Hypeptosphitesof iime& Sofia
Almost as Palatable as Milk.
lbs only preparation of COD LITER OIL that
can be. taken readily aud tolerated Xor a lung lhaa
hy delicate sioatarlu.
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ants. (hrerljllllauihnrmsnselt. Your name in tlU direc
torr will bnne; you in irrrat information and larp value; tbon
aunts will tlm.uah it belrdto prvfiiablewt.rk.amtFOETrsc
Header, tbeeery best small investment yon rautnake.latobavs
7gnrnameantladdrrss nnied in this directory. Address.
o1l..icn iii.'Hi.iniii.r, "C"i Kilns
VXaUE TIUS rarCR mn aaeicnvm.
Wholly Mllke arttflelal syatesaa.
Any beak lraracd la ane rearilnav
Classes or lQg7t Baltimore. JQQ5 t Detroit.
1500 at Ihiladelphla. large cla"?i or Colombia
Law r-tndent. at Vale. Welk-ley. Oherlln Universi
ty of Penn.. Michigan rjniviTlty. Chautauqua, ic..
Ac Kndored by Makk Twain. ICiciiaku litoo
too. the Scientist, Hon.W. W.Atmut. Jitdah F.
1IEXJAMIN-. Jndoe Gliisox. B. II. Cook. Principal
Slate Normal College. Dr. Buow.v, Ac Prospectus
post piiee from
PKOF. 1XJ18ETTK. 237 Fifth Atc, New York.
attlAltt TIU3 rirXE enry La ja nil.
carbonate of aoda. One
teaspoon fulof tbe "Ana
k Hammer" brand of
Soda mixed with aonr
mil: equals four tea
spoonfuls of the best
Baking Powder, saving
twenty timca its cost,
besides being much
healthier, because it
does not contain any
such as alum, terra alba
etc., of which manyl&k
ins Powders ere made.
Dairymen and Farmers
cfc Hammer" brand for
cleaning and Lecping
Milk Pans Sweet and
WILBOBCS compound op
IPURE COD LIVER 01
AND PHOSPHATES OF
Cures CoBBafTiaf. Corns, Cons. Astum, too-wrsv-
laun, WaSTa Drsusis, d ail ScitnioBsMwets.
Alnxwt as palatable as cream. It can be taken wltht
pleasSrv by delicate pel-ion and criltlrrn. who, afrrr
ustnKit. aro rery fond of If- It assimilate with thr
food. Increases tbe Hon, and appetite, builds up the
nervous system, restores energy to mind and bony,
creates new. rich avadpurs blood, la t act. rejureaatuo
the wholo syttcm.
This preparation i far superior to all other preparsv--tlonsofCod
Liver Oil; it has iwvny Imitator?. bat ru
equal. The results following its use are Its best rto
OBuaendatlon. lie rare, as yon value your health, and.
irex tho penulne. Manufactured only by Ua. ALXB. B.
Wltnort, Chemiit. Kuston. Mas- Send fr l!"itrnf
circular, which will be mailed free. Jlcntwntr.itpapin.
lleafalgl., Headache, Sore Throat, Sprafes?
. Braises, Barns, Woci-, Laavo Back,
An Ail Pains Of An hrBaiBii-lart Natarev
aM arw arsWSlata. SOe. avaa !.
OHO BOOK affraaXCT Fl
Addroao WIZARD OIL CO..
ThN Shoe it warrant i-d First QMalMy In viTy repeefc
WrvSlyli"h. IVrfref Fit. rjaiiiTiii Tipped. Men's
dn'orfirFKi;0-sr-,.iOS:!OK. irhet.-n'it keep then
t'lid to it, .iii.l we will f urnili ymi a ivilr. Kxprr pard.
on rweipi 01 ssuo. .. si. r .m.t .- sju..,aea
NAME TI1M IMl'EK .rj WMnm.
W1TII l'LAXS and SPECI-
llcations scntFiiF.. Build. ngacdMa-
.i.mn formnkinie a. thousand POUEllS
butter, or less per day, costs less than $ 1 ,800.
BB-t WC mU P rrr. eerj Lax a .
- ,A' .
Aiirlressforcircclar.and onleron trial of our A(cSaV
StfaalE Ti:lSPAi-i:aMrtaa jouvrla,
Iran Leren, sirel bearlocs, araaa
Tars Haam and Beaa Bot for
very SlseScsltroe free pries Uat
wentioa this paper and address
si .r simaaiisi .
as- XAXL THIS rarEaVeeart law jeasnu.
will positively care rheumatism wbea
everylhlnar else on earth falls. It la
taken Internally, and cores aulckl v
thoroushly w'lbout rulnlnicthestoar
acn. arnea saedaiiara rMsiuaanr
six Battle, .'or slve cTallara. Sold
hy all druatsle. Send for free 40-nan
pamphlet to K. K. UCLPlaTCBfa
wriSB, DrusRiat. WASaUiQTOXjXCL
tow rarica nrr tw j wu.
IN EXISTENCC IS
PEMVIAN tTREMTHElim EllXIB.
Thoujrh pleasant to the taste, la not a beveraire. Cnre.
llUlaisaes. Bsaeral BealUtr, laikrettiea, Lher isralsl.t.
aneraa4 Atwr. etc. Ask vi)urlmcmt forlt. ManufaeV
ured by ItMKk rox, waatssale Draezats, Atcalasa, Kaa.
aVSUtE TUIS lUrca enrj ua j. visa.
TO THE LADIES!
rsi the sinmi susicaL Msrasua tamrat.
We wish to can the attention of every married lady
In tbe land to the new and suceemfnl treatment of Or.
SprjRue for Woman. We desire the cooperation of
every married lady. Mend for onr circular, as it curt,
but a postal card to obtain it. and from It le-m some
thine valuable. XATItAl. JJEBICAI. BMPE-XH-a.UCMINV.2
Bcirasra HU Chleaaa. UB
.northern States buvlne'i
anrl fnmiprt frnm Mil
onhem States buylng'property at Lamar. Sott
and climate unsurpassed; resuurceswonacrful. Fop
Information address C M.lliixxasiCowLamar.Mia
sjj-.Aila lUb VATUtttttj taw jm ,
GIVEN AWAY! Apacttmgs
Mlxcil Fiowi-r s eds (St) kinds),
with Park'9 Floral Gum, a ! for
S stamps. New flower-", new inimvluRs: teems wUbi
floral hints. Kvcr)bo.ly irllithied. 'tvil all your
friemla. Send now. U. W. 1'abk. Fanncttsburg. Fa,
mrXiMi this rarip. eewf raw ; ma.
UCCni aCQ f For all Sewlni; Machines..
QMIITTI aTC ITlseTradeaoppl.e-i.
Onii I I IssEsOi Send for wholesale prlctt
DIJS Q as a aasa list. BLEI.OCb: M'V'O Co.
KaarafllKOa lay LocustsUStXoulJlu
swMtNTIOS TULs rAPEKrrsrj taw jsa aria.
Send Seta, postage and Ret free. 46
fall size pace, latest ocal and Instru
mental pieces. ArenU Wanted. $JSto
Sim 9. month anrl "" PBIZHL
amasieai ualaay. wash. M.. ssoataa.amaaaw
aarAME T1IM PAHHl ettrr Cat Tea ana.
AQTUaalA BR. TAFT3 ASTRM ALcrs "
H9 I nitlfl JJUBcn never fails to Core.
Any onewho wants tnheWWa.Mgan send ns thelr-
aildress atvl we will man trial hottle
Ua. TAFT BBOS.. Soehester, N. S.
sa-aaatE this rarta vay uai j 1
B am TaTUTC Instructions. Tieforences. ssm
4 CI1 I O pie copy patent free. .I.C.nio
tox. solicitor of patents, opposite I'ost-offlce. Kaor
sas City. Mo.; reliable associate at Washington.
tE 1QJSQ A DAY. Samples worth S1.5
atalTi FTtEE. iTnes not under the horse's feet. Writ.
Pfaf aaaTwWaaaaTl WWlt UtIMIU CO., lay.Mal. .
aa- MJU TllIS rAraavaaaBraaav
UABJE snCH. Book-ktpIrjc,PeoniaraWp. Art
BIUHC aaetic, Bhorthand. etc.. thoroufhly taorM
by nuUL Circulars free BBf AirrMaaUHa. fiaVi 1 T
aw-aAMK IUJ fafta aarj taa jeawrav
By return mall. Fall aawa.ataasa
Msodi's New Tailor system of Drea.
XX1UL TUB rarER wtj law jea aria.
UIl&ataBTtliiDKaIselnth.warld. Ehhrr es Costlyaatsl
7mr!aC Terras rxu. AUJresa, Tata. COAagtata.Msa.,
asrAaU( THIS rATlasrerj taw yeuarUa.
I A MOSTB. AomttWanttd. 90 best B.
Ilnenrtieleslnthewnrld. 1 samole Free..
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A. X. K 1.
No. J 1?H.
W'lIKN IVltlTINti TO Alii-i.i.a...o.
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