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TniRTEENTH ANNUAL FAIR AND
To bo hold at Omaha August 27 Sep
tember 6, 1800.
Will certainly bo the GREATEST
STATE FAIR ever held.
NEBRASKA IS HERSELF AGAIN,
and those who have retained confidence
aro now rewarded by a bountiful har
vest, and all tho people, by prudent
care, aro ablo to attend this fair.
The grounds at the
"WHITE CITY OF THE WEST"
have lost all disagreeable features in
cident to their newness last year and
are in good shape.
In addition to tho best
AND LIVE STOCK
exhibits, special attractions in speed
program and raro musical programs
have been arranged. Tho
will give free entcrtaintnenton the fair
ground, Friday, September 4th 1,000
voices 5 bands of music all of rora
will colobrato tho FEAST OF OLYM
PIA. Grand parades each night Sep
tember 1st to 5th inclusive, in the city,
and special attractions at tho theatres.
THE FREMONT, ELKHORN AND
MISSOURI VALLEY R. R. COMPA
NY have mado special provision to take
care of tho people along their lino by
additional train service, and by extra
facilities at terminals.
Tho low rate of ONE FAIR FOR
THE ROUND TRIP, plus 50 cents ad
mission, will be made. Handbills ad
vertising time of special trains and ad
ditional attractions will be issued
NO ONK CAV AFFORD TO MISS THIS
He Disputed tho Count.
When the last census was taken tho
returns showed that a certain Scottish
parish had only increased by seven
from the timo the previous census was
taken. One or two cronies dropped in
on the registrar, just as he was com
, plcting tho returns, to hear how mat
ters stood. One of them, an extensive
family man, inquired what the increase
was, and on being informed that it
was "only seven," lie exclaimed:
"Whatl Only seven? Impossible.
Thero Bhairly maun be some mlstak'.
Man allvel I have contributed mair
than that mvsclT' Now York Post
Piso's Curo tor Consumption is the best
of all cough cures. Ueorge W. Lotr, Fobu
cher, La., August 20, 1895.
Announcing tho llnbj's Dlrtb.
In sending announcement cards of a
baby's birth tho baby's name is printed
In full on a small card which is inclos
ed with tho parents' card If desired
It may bo attached to the larger card
by a bow of very narrow white satin
ribbon, or Bilvcr cord. Tho date of
birth is added, but not the weight of
tho baby, nor any other particulars of
any sort whatever.
Ilnll's Cniurrh Care
Is taken internally. Price, 75c.
A Touching Sight.
There is an old colored man in Wilkes
county who has never had his member
ship changed from the white people's
church at Independence. He belonged
to it whon a slave and has held on to
It. Ho attends service regularly and
does not intrude upon the congrega
tion, but sits quietly on tho steps and
listens to the sermon. Atlanta Con
ANY ONE who has been benefited
by tho use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,
will receive information of much value
and interest by writing to "Pink
Pills," P. a Box 1592, Philadelphia, Pa.
Carn of Aqnarlum Fish.
Fish is aquaria that turn on theii
sides or in other ways at times indi
cate a diseased condition. If they are
taken out- and placed in a vessel of suit
water water made about as salt as
sea water they will esually recover.
They should remain in the salty water
about twenty-four hours, according to
If the Uaby U Cutting- Teettu
feature and um that old and well-tried renwdj, Uss,
WuiLO-n't Sooniuia StbVT for Children Teething.
Nobody has ever found true happiness
who did not first find Christ.
The man who would be strong in mi-id
must Iced on facts.
No tears are shed when the man dies
who has lived only for himself.
FITS tnpprt froe and permanently cured. No
CU rU. r nm 0y' u of Dr. K line's ureal fterve
Keslnrer. Ytrn tsitrml bottle and treatise.
Beud to On. KUc. Wl Arch St., S hOiUelpula, Pa.
Respect is tetter secured by exacting
than Bo.iciting it. GrevllJe.
Only tho base believe what the base only
The Greatest ricdical Discovery
of the Age.
DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS.,
His discovered in one of our common
pasture weeds a remedy that cures every
kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofuh
down to a common Pimple.
He has tried it In over eleven hundred
cases, and never failed except in two cases
(both thunder humor). He has now in his
possession over two hundred certificates
of its value, all within twenty miles of
Boston. Send postal card for book.
A benefit is always experienced from
tne first bottle, and a perfect cure is war
ranted when the right quantity is taken.
When the luncs are affected it causes
shooting pains, like needles passing
through Ihemt the same with the Liver
or Bowels. This is caused by the ducts
being stopped, and always disappears in a
week after taking it Read the label.
If the stomach is foul or bilious it will
cause squeamish feelings at first.
No change of diet ever necessary. Eat
the best you can get, and enough of It
Dose, one tablespoonful in water af bed
time. Sold by all Druggists.
ORIGIN OF ORNAMENTS.
Rings and Bracelets Survive ns
Relics of Barbarism and Sorvl
ttido. Fow who bodeck thomsolvas with
yold and silver ornamoiita pauso to ro
lled upon tho orginal signification of
such things, or lmnglno that thoy
uro tho relics of tho barbarism of
our ourly history, says tho London
Standard. YoUumloubtcdly such Is tho
case. Tho glittering necklet which tho
nlnotconth century lady clasps around
hor neck Is only a survival of tho old
piitctleo of placing a motnl collar upon
u slave us a mark of ownership, ami tho
brucolot of tho iimldon and tho manaclo
of tho felon huvo a common origin. In
tho sumo way rings woro onco worn as
a bngo of sorfdom, but possibly bocauso
of tho eiiso with which thoy could bo
detached from tho finger nnd destroyed
their uso for this purposo was soon
abandoned, Among tho curly Jews
they wero usod as a symbol of author
ity. Fhnrouh plnced his ring upon tho
finger of Joseph whon ho mado him
ruler over Egypt, as a sign that ho had
invested him with supremo power; and
King Ahasuerus scaled his grant to
Mordccai and tho Jews with his signet
ring, savins:: "That which Is scaled
with tho King's seal no man may ro
vorso." In tho mcdlreval times tho sig
ring of a soverlgn or powerful noblo
was considered sufliciont warrant of
authority, and to tho wearer was an
open sesame in all places whoro its
owner hnd influence. Somo of this
signification has been hunded down to
our own day, and bishops still wear a
ring upon tho third finger of the right
hand as a mark of their episcopal au
thority. Medicated rings, having tho supposed
power of alleviating or curing dlseaso,
can bo traced back ns far as tho timo of
Marcus Aurellus, Trollnn, a physician
of tho fourth contury, possessed a
signot-ring on which was engraved a
representation of Hercules strangling
tho Namtean Htm, and which was a cer
tain euro for colic. In our own country
Edward tho Confossor was presented
with a ring which was an unfailing
remedy for opilopsy, and which was
preserved for somo centuries at West
minster Abbey. In tho cathedral at
Perugia is still shown a ring which is
said to bo tho wedding-ring of tho Vir
gin Mnry, nnd which has performed so
many miracles that a book was written
on them in tho seventeenth contury.
Other marvelous powers besides the
during of diseases have been attributed
to rings. Otnot, King of Lombardy,
was tho happy possessor of one, which
would always no matter whero ho
wandered direct him into tho right
path, a ring which would bo useful in
London during tho November fogB, and
many juveniles and porhaps adults havo
sighed for tho ring of Aladdin which
controlled tho obldleht and obliging
Thero was a ring belonging to Gyges,
King of Lydia, which has over been a
favorite with tho imaginative. It en
abled tho wearer to become invlslblo at
will, and to change the solid compon
ents of tho body for more olastio nnd
ethorial material, to which bolts and
bars or brick walls offered no obstruc
tion. How convenient such a ring
would bo nowndays. Tho much-dunned
householder could boldly tuko this
morning constitutional without fear of
tho tax-collector or infuriated butcher,
and could encounter his most pressing
creditor without a tremor. Tho vagar
ies of fashion could bo treated with con
tempt, and an Impecunious adquuint
anco or a conceited boro could bo avoid
ed with, ease. What an acquisition
such a thing would bo to a gentleman
following tho profession of a burglar!
It is easy to imagine a dozen uses to
which a politician could put it, and, in
fact, there are few persons who would
not find it convenient at times to bo
ablo to make themsolves absent in tho
flesh but present In tho spirit. In tho
present day rings aro almost exclusive
worn as ornamont.wlth no signification
beyond "that attached to each with tho
exception, perhnps, of woddlnjr-rings.
Theso were first introdued by tho Jews
and have a history of their own.
While bharing with other rings
tho common origin they havo
changed much less in form and mean
ing. First used as a symbol of posses
sion whon tho wifo was tho slave of tho
husband, it soon attained a higher
significance, which it has retained until
now. Tho shape is said to symbolize
eternity nnd truthfulness, and it was
placed upon tho loft hand as a mark of
tho bubmlsslveness of tho wifo to tho
husband, and on tho third finger bo
causo of a fauppoted direct connection
botween tho vein which runs through
that finger nnd tho heart, a physiologic
al error which can hardly bo forgiven
for tho sake of tho sentiment which it
suggests. Pliny speaks of wedding
rings as being mado of Iron, but Ter
tulllan, writing less than two hundred
years later, describes them us being of
gold the chango in motal probably
corresponding with the chango in tho
position of tho wife, marking hor pro
gress from a serf to tho equal of tho
husband. Many of tho superstitions at
tached to weddings and wedding-rings
huvo died out, but ovon now it is not
an uncommon thing for jewels to mark
us "lucky" tho wedding-rings which
they havo for sale. Purliumont, which
is not often given to sontimont, has
thought fit to legislate on bohulf of tho
purchasers of wedding-rings, and
thirty years ogo passed an act requir
ing all such rings to bo made of stand
A curious wedding ceremony form
erly took place ovory Ascension Day at
Fonloo cnllod tho "Wedding of tho
Adriatic" Tho Dogo of Vonioe, In
his state biu-go, and in company with
his nobles, arrayed in all tho lnngnlll
conco for which Venice was famous,
proceeded to 6oa, whoro an elaborate
and impressivo coromony wns gono
through, at tho end of which tho Dogo,
standing on tho gilded prow of tho
Bucentaur, throw a ring into tho water
as a sign that tho Adriatic wns wedded
to Vonlco as indissolubly ns a wife to
hor husband. First performed In tho
year 1170, tho ceremony was repented
yearly without a slnglo omission
until 1797, whon Napoleon Honapurto
look possession of Venice, and hor ex
istence as an independent power and
tho "Wedding of tho Adriatic" cehsed
A GooA Ubb.
"Aw," said an English tourist, spook
ing to a conductDr on a Missouri rail
way, "will you plcaso tell mo why tho
train has stopped hcro?
"Still-houso," tho conductor answer
ed. "A still-'ouso!" I
"May I osk w'y you stop at a stlll
'ouso?" "To got whisky to run tho train
"Whatl run a train with whisky P'
"Yes, uso It Instead of water. Fill
up tho tender with It. M tices hotter
steam than water doo3. Lasts longer
pulls harder." .,
"You don't say?"
"Yes, I think I do."
"Well isn't that viry, vlry qucor.you
"No, can't sny that it Is."
"I must mnko a note of that."
Tho following shortly afterward ap
peared In a London publication: "Tho
Americans now run their engines with
whisky. This is tho result of the re
cent Republican victory. Numerous
dlstlllerios belonging to tho Democrats
wero confiscated after tho campaign
nnd as the liquor 1-3 too stroug for tho
Republicans to drink, they uso it in
hauling their trains." Arkansaw
Two men In East Tennossoe, Captain
Black and Colonel Gage, wero on their
way to fight a duol when they wo.-o
overtaken by a follow who told thsm
that John Black, tho captain's son, and
Eva Gage, daughter of tho colonel, had
just bsen married.
"Colonel, said Black, "this news
ought to settlo our litt'.o dlfflcilty."
"Yes, I reckon It ought."
Thoy accordingly went into a still
house. Later In tho day some ono, in
speaking to Black, said:
"Captain, I thought that you wero
mad enough with Gage to kill him."
"So I was, but my revenge is sweet
er. That boy of mine is tho no-ac-countest
human I evor saw."
The colonel, in speaking to tho samo
"I'm glad I didn't kill Black, for 1'vo
got him In a fouler way. If that gal o'
mlno don't lead I1I3 son a lively life, I
don't want a cent. Sho's je3t simply
pizen." Arkansaw Travolcr.
A Suggestion f om Croesus.
Tho late Baron Rothschild, dining
onco at his club In Paris, hoard soma
one say: "Horrible bore lent X
10,000 franc have not oven got an
acknowledgement, and ho's gono to
Constantinople." "Write to him,"
Baid tho Baron. "H.tvo dono so, and
it don't answer." "Then, inon cher,
write to him thus:' 'Dear Monsieur
, when the Turks and Turkes
leavo you a littlo leisure
sond mo tho 20,000 francs I
lent you." "But ho only ows me 10,
000." 'Treciboly! he will writerund
say so, and then there's your acknowl
College 1 xt as.
Old Heavywolght (looking over the
Yell college account): ."Blesa my soul!
Twenty-two hundred dollars! Jack,
this won't do!" Heavyweight: "Quito
tho correct thing, govern jr." Old
Heavyweight; "But I don't understand
why two-thirds of your expenses should
bo put down as extraa." Young Heavy
wolght: "That includes surgeon's fees
ufter tho foot-bull mutch and
regular police linos. You'll find that
tho churges nro not exorbitant, sir."
The O d Man Had Been Fooled.
A widowor married a bacand timo
and his choice was a wealthy lady
about 50 years of age. When tho bride
and bridegroom returnol homo from
tho wedding tho hii3banJ, int-o.luclng
the wifo to his children, bald: "My
doar children, klia this lady's hand,
She is tho new mother I promised to
bring you." Aftjr taking a bquare
look at tho now mother littlo Charlio
said: "Pa, you havo been foolod. Sho
an't new at all." Texas Sittings.
An Honest Man.
What is that dear, delightful, old
faihiotiod chair worth?" &h Inquired.
"It is worth, madam,'' said tho dealer,
just about $1.75; tin prlco of It, how
ever, is $9." Harper's Bazar.
Boy "Say, mister, shall I carry yor
satchel? Do it for a dime."
Dude "My satchel is not hoavy."
Boy "Woll. lot mo carry your cano
then." New York Wuukly.
Wo havo no confldenco In confldonco men.
Tho largest quill toothpick mill In th
world is near Paris.
A wntch has 175 pioi Tho balnnco has
18,00(1 beats por hour.
The largest farm In America is tho Gran
din whent-llold In Dakota. It contains -IO.(KX)
A numbor of Charleston (S. C.) merchants
havo pono to Jail rather than pay tholr li
cense. It is officially stated that tho popodoot 11 '
intend to leave Homo, nor has ho thought o''
taking such a step.
Tho French Cannillan press warmly cott
momls Str Charlos Tunirar's attltudo In o;
position to imperial fcdoratlon.
Kmpcror William has renowed his grand
father's order that nouo of tho Imporlal
servants shall wear u mustache.
The lg coal milling strike in Euglund has
ended in favor of tho workmen, except lit
Yorkshire, whero tho strike is still on.
Italian shoemakers at Now Orleans w'.io
have been receiving?! per pair, Ions oxiwns
(10 cents), havo struck for 81.25 per pair.
Tho wages of tho girls In Hitchcock's It it
mill, at Haitford. Conn., havo boon reduced
2 osuti pur dozen on mittens, or $1 por wo .
The new Chinese treaty with tho UnUd
States makes tho sp?clal provision that
Americans shall not import ojilum Into
Michael Davltt casually met In n rcstau
rnnt.Cnptain Boycott, whoso 1111110 luw h
come a synonym for a atsagrceablo method
of tro'tment popular in Ireland. Tho two
chattol pleasantly together ns if thoy had
not a dltrcrcnco in tho world.
In tbo n'.nth centary, an old beggar from
Jupau took somo ten seeds and plants ha- k
with him tj his native l.ind Tho Japanese
relished the now drhi'r, and built at Osalcu
a teniplo to tho memory of thoio win Intro
duocd It. Thtn tonipks Is still atimlln?,
though now o!mo3t 703 year old.
Tho largest artificial b'sln for docking
and repairing tho hulls of ships in tho Uulto 1
Stutea is bsiii; completed atNownortNcws.
Va. It is GOO foat long, 13J foot wide, w'.th
a depth of twjiity-llvo foot over tho sl'l at
high tide. It is furnbhed with pumps tlut
can empty It In two mid a half hours.
General Grcely, in h'a annual rciwrf, sftya
that tho percentages of successful weather
predictions mado by the s'gnal otllco for tho
year wero 7S4; wind, 75.5; tempsrature,
7-l.ii; general average, 70.7. Tho number of
cokbwavo signals displayed wai V-1 of
which 1,249, or 71.5 p:r cent,, wero verified
It lssa'd tint tho only hsrdo! buff do on
this continent bo'.onged to Mujor Lq lsoa of
Winnipeg, who has told them to a promin ?ut
Kansas cattle dealer for f 18.MD. Tho Cana
dian government, it is sa'j, Is anxious to
keep tho herd In that country, and is trying
to induce Bedsoa not to r.hip tho animals to
What Is knewn In Engllih history ai Kct's
rebellion, was tho revolt which took plato
under tho IcaJorahtp of William Hot, a tan
ner of Wymondlmm, Norfolk, In Ju'y, 1M0.
TLo insurgents wero defeated by tho Earl
of Warw.ck. over 2,003 of tlio malecontjiits
being slp.ln. Ket and othere woro subse
quently trlol, couvh'tol rnJ hanged.
England had In 1833 5oOJ students In her
universities, out of a papulation of 5.G.0OJ,.
000, uud Germany, with n population of 45,
250,000 l;nl 24.00J students. In that samo
year, wl'h a populat'oa of CO.OOO.O'JO, tho
Unl ol Sta oihAd 09,437 students In colleges,
4,ftH In tl.ob'o.,'!e il seminaries, 8,075) in law
schools, and 15,151 in inoJical schools; total
Tho weather is remarkably cold In tho
valley of Mo.tieo, thin ioj forming early n
the morning on tho shallow pomU outside
tho city, anl vl'lon4 snowstorms prevailing
up in tho mounta ns. Iicporti from tho ex
tinct volcano AJusco, whUh Is In sight of
the city, whero thero aro extensive forosts
Inhabited by charcoal makers, say that cattlo
havo frozen to death Hits.
Mrs. Hincccic has established herself
comfortably at Washington In tho hundsomo
houso which was bought for her by tho ad
mirers of Gen. Hancock. Tne commission
ers will probably lay off a clrclo at tho
junction of Sixteenth street and Now
Hampshlro avenuo, and nnmo It for Gen.
HancocK. If this Is done Gen. Hancock's
friends will have a splendid cqucstr.an
statue of him iniilo in either bronze or
niarblo to murk tho circle.
Tho chimney wnich has Just been com
pleted for tho Clark Thread Company at.
Newark, N. J., Is tho highest chimney in
tho United Statea, and ono of tho highest in
tho world. Three h'gh sta-kt arc cited as
existing in Scotland, but they wero built
for carrying off noxious fumes from chemical
works, nnd not for creating a draft for
steam-botlor f urnacc3. Theso clilmtcys ar
Townsend's, at Port Dundas, Glasgow,
which Is 454 feet high; Salut Rollox, at
Glasgow, 43fyi feet high; and Dcbsan &
Barlow s, at Bolton, 307 foet high. Tho
Clark chimney is !135 feet high, and supplies
draught for thirty-two boilers, having an
aggregate capacity of 4000-horso power. Tho
ccst of the chimney is said to have been
A great myttciy in n certain household In
Boston has bojn solved. Tho head of tho
house, who bought sugar by tho barrel,
ofton wondered "how in tho world tho
family usod as much sweetening as they
.I., . , i.i 1.. ,. a . ..,- ,
I lu" UI1J "ls wi.u, who was iiul uracil kivuu
1 to going in;o uio uiunsn, swi eiio g-uosicu
they didn't use any moro than other folk.
But ono day she did go to tho kitchen, and
arrived Junt in timo to see tho cook in tho
act of throwing n Sv'ODpful of granulated
whltosugar ou tho llr. Sug.tr is exceedingly
iuflammnble, nnd its application mado tho
llro ilnsh up in flno share. Tho girl con
fessed that sho had regularly used sugar to
quicken tha firo. "Sure, mum," sho said,
"we must havo tho firo, an tho coal burns
that slow that mo heart Is Lroko waltln'
At a recent discussion before tho Central
Now York Farmers' Club, Daniel Ba'chc or
claimoJ tho white grub could bo destroyed.
Tho larviu aro tho30 of tho May bug, and
will remain In tho ground three year or
longer. Ho said that salt sawn on the land
and dragged In would kl 1 tho white grub.
Ho thought two barrols por a;ra would nn
swer. Gas Hmo will kill larval of any kind,
bu: salt is preferable. Mr. Batchulor said
hay wai an exhaustive crop, for one ton of
It will carry nway fifty-three .ounds of
potnsh, whereas a ton of live animal prod
uct would only t .ko off 35 jwunds. Of
phosphoric acid th animal would taki away
a littlo more than would tho hay, hut not as
much nitrogen. There arc thirty jwuuds of
nitrogen in a ton of hay. A ton of manure,
woll saved, would not put back ovor ton
pounds of potash. This account- for tho
degeneration of tome dairy faring. A man
who sails hny for $10 a ton dlsj ows of chem
ical materials which could not b replaced
for 183 than iS or ?D.
Flth That Yawn,
It !s not generally known that fish
yawn. Tho writer saw a turbot yawn
twice and a cod onoc tho latter being
one of tho widest yawns accomplished
by any animal of its sizo. Tho yawn
of a turbot, boing something not com
monly scon, rather as if it dad belong
ed to a round fish which someone had
nccldontly trodden on and squashed
half flat. The yawn begins at tho lips,
which opon as If to suck In water.
Then tho jaws become distended, and
It ls scon that this Is going to bo a real,
genuine submarine fish's yawn. But
the yawn goes on, works through tho
back of Its head, distending tho plates
of tho skull, and comes out at tho gills,
which open, show tho red Inside, aro
Inflated for n moment, and then, with
a kind of stretching shiver of Its back,
tho fish llattens out again, until, If un
usually bored, It relieves Itself by an
other yawn. Spectator.
AitmnnUlieil by tlio Conrt.
Tho venerablo Judge Allen, of tho
United States Circuit Court at Spring
field, 111., was hearing a caso a fow
years ago, in which James 0. Courtnoy
was ono of tho attorneys. Tho counsel
on tho opposlto si do hnd asked a ques
tion of a witness, and Courtnoy had
objected. Tho point was argued by
both sides and tho objection was over
ruled. Tho opposite lawyer asked the
samo question of the next witness, and
Courtney again objected and began to
argue it over again. Judgo Allen in
terrupted him with this observation:
"My. Courtnoy, you remind mo of a
dog that keeps barking up a trco after
the coon is gone." Mr. Courtnoy sub
The Fnttett Cnnoe.
Tho fastest canoo in the world is tho
Wasp, owned by Paul Butler, son of
tho lato General B. P. Butler. Tho
Wasp's mainmast is 10 feet 0 inches
long, or 3 feat 0 Inches longer than tho
boat, and she carries a spread of 220
square feet of cloth. The mlzzenmast
is stepped on the port Bide of the keel
alongside the ccntcrboard trunk, which,
contrary to all usage, is well abaft of
tho sKlppcr. Willi mm boat iiutlcr
last year made n new canoo record for
tho mile, covering tho distance In 4:25.
WT BJG AND GOOD. jp
if plug w m
Sometimes quality is sacrificed in the
effort to giv big quantity for little money.
No doubt about that.
But once In a while it isn't.
For instance, there's " BATTLE AX."
The piece is bigger than you ever saw
' before for 5 cents. And the quality is, as
many a man has said, " mighty good."
There's no guess work in this statement.
It is lust a plain fact.
You can orove it
in "BATTLE AX.1'
Iff you ar abl to
pay I00 for a bicy
cle, why b content
with any but a
Eighteen years of reputation for building the best bicycle, backed
by the certainty ot quality assured by our scientific methods,
should mean much to any buyer of a bicycle. There is but one
Columbia quality one Columbia price
Beautiful Art Catalogue or Columbia and Hartford Bicycle Is free If you call upon any
Columbia Afcnt ; by mall from us lor two s-ccot stamps.
POPE MFG. CO., Hartford, Conn..
Branch Stores and Agencies In almost every city and town. If Columbia are not
properly represented In your vicinity, let us know.
Milk Canned Like Fruit.
It has been declared upon ro4
authority that milk can bo kept for
week by canning it as one would" frulfc
Fill glass jars and scrow down th
lids; thon place them In a steamer ovT
cold water. Heat tho water gradually
and steam the jars for an hour, the
tighten tho tops. The woman wh
has preserved milk in this way can it
no reason why it should not koepmuok
longer. Pittsburg Dispatch.
It restored Dnjr and Nleht
With nrrvousncM, tako Iloitotter's Btotnach
lllttors, which Invigorate and tranquil
izer tlio nervous system Tho basts ot re
covery Is a reform In errors of digestion.
The epigastric norvo and brain are unlte4
In tho closest bond of srtnputhv, so that
dyspoptto symptoms In tho cnstrlo rejrloa
aro always accompanied by hurtful refiaa
nervous action, lloth nro romedled by the
Hitter, which also cures malaria, bullous
nuss, rhoumatlsni nnd kidney trouble.
A tunny tjmpor gilds tho edges of life's
blackest clouds. Utithrlo.
Wit tho pupil of tho soul's clear eye.
Bir John Davis.
Whom the gods would destroy they
mnko scorchers of.
Tho 15 gold piece weighs 185 grains.
Those pimples or blotches
that disfigure your elcin, are
blood bubbles. They mark
the unhealthy condition of the
blood-current that throws them
up. You must get down to
the blood, before yoii can be
rid of them. Local treatment
is useless. It suppresses, but
does not heal. Tho best rem
edy for eruptions, scrofula,
sores, and all blood diseases, is
O f li
by investiner 5 cents
TO ALL ALIKE.
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