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DisN s ny ,ARTMWoBMs-Pasteur's
investations In respect to splnio fever
have shown how grass grown oter the
graves of cattle dead of this diseae and
barled even for years is a source of infec
tion tocanitnals feeding upon It. His dis
oovery points to the agency of earthworms
in carrytng the germs of deadly bacteria
from buried carcases to living cattle. He
obtained earthworms from the soil filling a
pit into which the carcasses of qnimals
dead from hplenle fever had long before
been tbrown, and from the intestinea of
these worms he obtained the means of re
producing the disease in its most virulent
trin by nocnlation. *He showed that
the worms by casting out over the surface
earth cpntaining the bacterite germs were
the cause for their presence upon the veg
etation- which grew upon the spot, and
that animals. which ate of this vegetation
were as certainly killed by the germs which
they swallowed as were those which re
ceived the same germs through the prick
of the inoculator's needle."
Now it one disease may oe communica
ted in this way why may notother? The
result of these investigations, it seems to
me, is of great practicalimportance.. From
it we may learn that all animals dying of
infectious diseases, or indeed of diseases
not well understood, should be buried in
places not accessible to healthy cattle, or
where the vegetation growing on the
graves cannot be eaten by stock. Farmers
not infrequently are very careless in this
regard, burying cattle dying of disease in
eugh places as are most conven'ent, and
allowing stock to range and fed over the
graves, I have no doubt that many far
mters in their experience can now trace the
deaths of cattle to this source.
THE IVY.-T1he plant of all plants for
the house is the ivy. If one has a piece, a
bit only 6 inches long, with time and pa
tience all the rest will folliw. if the plant
has roots, plant it in a pot in good soil. If
it has not roots, do the same, and it will
soon make roots, tor it is one of the easiest
of all things to grow from cuttings. Slow
of growth at first, if given larger pots as
the roots require, it will in time run to be
trained over the window frame, up the cor
ner of the room and along the "ornices,
over picture frames and everywhere, and
make a drapery so beautiful that no one
will ever think of tke pattern of the wrdl
Aamoumvrri occupies nearly half the
population of this countr'. No other in
dustry compaies with it in extent of ope
rations, capital invested, rapidity of de
velopment or increment to the national
wealth. 'T'his industry feeds 50,000,000
people at home, besides contributing lully
four-fifths of the annual exports. It averts
famines In the Od World, pays off our
national debt, stimulates all other indus
tries and gives prosperity to every com
inunity. Yet, with all this wealth and
power and industry, the farming classes
exercise less influence in legislation than
any other class.
Our of a great many experiments which
1 have made, I have never known the ad
dition of nitrogen to a fertilizer to increase
the crop so much as it increased the cost.
with possibly one exception, on potatoes,
and that may possibly have been owing to
isome other cause. Last season I had
about forny exp~erimental plots5 a corn, po
Latoes and cucumbers, including Prof. At
water's special nitrogen set, on corn,which
- 1 ant repeating with potatoes on the same
dation of nitrogenous substances increase
the crop enough to pay for their addition
Tnx only beet-sugar mianufactory that, is
now in successful operation in the United
ltates is ho Alvaredo factory in (Jalfor
nia, which lia now been doing a paying
business for three years, and shows no
aigns of giv ing out. During the season
ending in May, it made l.891,688 pounds
oh retined sugar, and 24,167 pounds of
crude leesides 111,775i gallons of molasses,
irom 11,280 tons of beets. The average
coat of the beets to the factory was $2 28
per ton, and the growers were satisfied
with the price.
IN commenting upon the fact that up
ward o1 $8,000,000 worth of cotton-seed
mneal is annually imiported into Great jirit
ian to feed cattle, EIsnghish agricultural au
thorities style it the very best food lmnpor
ted, admitting that only by its use can Enn
glish grazors compete with the Americans.
It might be prl1table for our cattle raisers
to take this hint and feed proper rations
of cotton aeedl meal.
IN keeping sheep over winter they will
do very well on coarse hay and straw, pro.
vided they are given a feeding of oats and
corn at least once a day. The ewes that
are expected to give the early lambs should
be liberally fed, while those coming later
on should be sep~arated and treated Iu the
same manner later in the season. What
is desired in a good ewe Is phenty of milk
for the iamb.
THRE~ is no0 doubt whatever that as the
world giows older,the varieties of animals
dlimimnsh in numbers, those of the larger
nize being gradually exteiiminated, such
for instance as the elephant, hippopotamus
and rhinocerus. .Not one of the sixteen
species of horses found in the geological
deposits of this contmnent, when white
lien first settled here, is imow in existence.
IAnNaiss should never be kept in the
itableas wvhich are not entirely free of ma
nure. The ammonia thuns produced is
rapidly absorbed by ihe leather, and the
result is saidi to be the same as if it was
sattiratedl with strong lye. It has the ef
feet of rotting the leather and harness thus
exposed, and will conscquently remain
sound a comparatively brief thue.
Tims frequent mysterious burning of
hay-ricks and barns is believed in many
instances to be due to wasp's nests, which
are ignited by spontaneous combustion.
The chemical action produced by heat on
the wax causes it to ignite with the papery
-formation with which it iSsaurrounded,and
the hay or dry shngles of a barn Lcould
thius readily take fire.
A niN for keeping potalves may be made
of namrow strips, with a space between
them; and having legs to raise it above the
ellar bottom. It may be made of any
desired length, and cross boards may be
put in to separate varieties, if preferred,
An arrangement of this kind will prevent
-injury from dlampness, and providle thor.
A. lAes40HmUsa'rJs Yankee has Invented
a cow-tail holder. It is used for prevent
ang the tails from becoming dirty In the
stable, is liht, and said to be quite an ac
Rfoo-rs extend much further than may
be supposed. Strawberry root. range
out-4.ard fiye feet, onions, from six to
nine, and trees send out roots to a distane
offen as getat as thirty feet,
IN a clinical lecture lately delivered
at the. Peniylvani Hospital upon the 0
artifloial feeding of infanta, Dr. Arthur .
V. Meigs described-a food which he has I
devisad and with whi h, he says, he has
met with good success in many cases of
defeotive nutrition, It contains the
same elements as' are . found in human I
milk and in more nearly the same pro
portions than any other food heretofore
recommended. This consists of two
parts of cream, one of milk, two of lime 2
water and three parts of a solution of
milk -sugar -of the strength of 17-t I
drachms to the pint -of water. Tho
milk to be used should be good ordinary <
cow's milk, and not the very rich milk
of Jersey or other high-bred stock, and
the cream in the same way should be
such as is usually sold in cities, and not I
too rich, containing about 16 or 17 per
cent, of fat, The quantity of. this food I
taken by a new-born infant should be
two or three fluid ounces every two
hours, and if it thrives it will soon take
as much as a gill every two hours.
The beat way to prepare and use this
food is to order five or six pokages of.
milk sugar, containing 17f dracms each;
the contents of one of these to be dis
solved in a pint of water, and each time
the child is to be fed let these be mixed
together and then warmed three table
spoonfuls of the sugar solution, two of
lime water, two of cream and one of
milk. This makes about a gill, and as
much of it as the child does not take
should be thrown out and a fresh4 mix
ture made for the next feeding. " The
solution of sugar should be kept in a
cool place and at once thrown away if it
sours, as occurs if kept more than a day
or two in warm weather. The dry su
gar keeps indefinitely and is easily
dissolved in warm water. A pint bottle
should be kept for the purpose of con
taining the solution, tQ serve also as a
measure of the quantity of water to be
used with each packago dissolved and
also to save further measuring.
K6,01CUED1 F11od1 DEATII.
wiliatn J. coughlin, of somervine, Mass., says:
in the fall of 1876. I was takon with 1SLUnDING oF
ruE LmmuN, followed by a severo 66iagh. I lost my
appetite and flesh, and was oontined to my bed. In
1877 I was admitted to the Hospital. The doctors
said I had a hole in my ing as big as a half dollar.
At one time a report went around that I was dead, I
I gave up hope. but a friend told me of DR. WIL
LIAM HALT/S BALSAM FoR THE LUNoS. I
got a bottle, when to my surprise, I commenced to
feel hetter. and to-day I feel botter than for three
BAKER'S PAIN PANACEA etres pain in Matn or
Beast. For use extornally orinternally.
nEsH0No THE Boym.-Lt is a problem
with some mothers how to (tress the
boys warm enough without making their
clothing burdenaome to them. All chil
dren now are supposed to wear knit
wrappers and drawers; then long atock
ings, of the heavier grades of yarn, and
thick shoes clothe the loner limbs.
For boys from 5 to 8 or 9 it is a good
plan to utilize their outgrown blouses
of flannel. Rip out the pleats and make
plain shirt waists; at the side scams the
buttons which hold their stocking sup
porters can be securely fastened. Ad
ditional buttons can be put on at the
nack and front and the knit drawers be
buttoned to his waist. With a coat of
ordinary thickness, closed to the throat,
the chest will be sufilictly pre ted.
Pure cod liver cil. froma selected livers,
en the seashore, by awell, Hazard & Co.,
N Y. Abeoolutoiy pure and sweeo. Ps
tents who have once taken it prefer It to I
all others. Phiysicians declare it superli I
to all other ouls.
Chapped hands, face, pimples ai*l rough I
skin cured by using Juniper Boap, made a
by (Jaswell. Hazard & Cjo.. New York.
A WAamlNG fluid which, it is said, will ~
not rot or injure clothes in any way, is
made of one pound of potash, 011e onceo
of salts of ammonia and one ounce of ~
salts of tartar; dissolve the potash in ~
three-fourths of a gallon of water and ~
let it come to a boil; then add( the salts
of amnmonia. Put in a jug and thien
add tale salts of tartar, and cork the jut.
A half teacupful shlould be used for th,- C
first boiler of clothes, and for the second ~
boiler add just a little more.
The only natural hair renewer ileOCarbo
line, a deodorized extract of pretroieumn, i:
preparcd without distiulation or rectifica- 11
(loln with acids or alkalies, containing no'
mineral or other poisons, delhghtfully per- 1:
fumed anti as clear and pure as rpring i
HOMRE-MADR CnAcKEnS. These are
more wholesome for children than cook-I
ie, and the novelty of having them~
made at home goes a good way toward
making them eatable. Take three
fourths of a cup of butter or lard, one
pint of sour milk, three teaspoonfuls of t
baking powvder. 8tir all except tihe
milk in with the flour, and when thor
oughly mixedt put the milk in. Be
careful not to knead them too much,
us there is danger of their being tough;
roll thin and bake in a quick oven.
ProxrRD LITmEs -Make a brine sitronig
enloughi to float an egg; stick your limes
on two aides withl a silver fork; then a
put them in the brine with a weighlt on a
the limes to keep them well under tihe
brine; let them stand ini a warm place
for a week; they are then fit to eat. t
You can add some1 red pepper to the e
*If you~ are a woman and want bo0th c
health and beauty, remenmber that all au- c
perficlal efforts to Increase your personal I
charms are vain. Freshness and beauty
accompany hoalth, and to secure this Mra'.
Lydia E. Pink ham's remedIes for all fo. I
male weaknesses offer the surest means of a
renovation. The highest Intelligence losest
its hlstre 'when it must find expression
through a bihlous complexion. Good for
IN washing scarlet flannel, to prevent
the color from changing, mix with the
water a eupful of flour, having previous
ly boiled it in a quart of water for ten
or fifteen m'inutes. Do not rub on a
board, but squeeze and rinse uip and
down several tinmes. If greatly soiled
wash in three or four waters, and care
must be taken to have them all of the
8TATNED wood work Is improved b~y
washing It wlth tea leaves thlat have
been kept for a few (lays. Drain them
and pour on enough clean water to cov
er -them, and place on the stove and let
them boil gently for about twenty min
u.tes. When nearly cold dip a flannel
cloth In the water and wipe the paint,
drying with another flannel,
To render cotton goods uninflamma
bie, add to the stareh size fifteen parts
borax for every thousand parts size.
MANYu persons may be cleaned; as well
as windows, by using whiting aud wa
A Boy brought a handsome boquet
ad a little box addressed "To seat No.
'6 east side of the Capitol," to the Son
to Clamber at Wasaington the other
lay. The seat of Senator - q
is No. 00 although it is on the
vest side. The Senator denied all
mowledge of the matter, but at the so
[oitation of the boy opened the box.
.t was found to contain a nice little flask
>f whisky and a note rending: "My
)arling-Our meting was so happy."
L'he Senator closed the box and told the
>ago to take "the -thing away."
le knew nothing about it. The boy
larried the box into the House of Rep
-osentatives, and seat No.00 was found
,o belong to\ Congressman
vha was equally emphatic in his deni
his. There are few who have such faith
u Congressional innocence as not to
)elieve that a Congressman was found
villing to give the missive a welcome.
*' "In choosing allies, look to their
sower as'well as to their will to aid you."
,n choosing a remedy for bowel, liver and
Lidey diseases, try Kidney-Wort, and
rou will never regret it. If you are sub
eqt to ague you must be sure to Koe p your
Iver, bowels and kidneys .in good free
ondition. When so, you will be safe
rom all attacks.
AiWDresses, cloaks, coats, stockings
Lul all garments can be colored successful
y with the Diamond Dyes. Fashionable
olors. Only 10c.
Lrrrrm boy has been swearing, and
namma, to punish him, washed thor.
)ughly tile inside of his mouth with
oapsuds, "to," as she explains to him,
clean away the naughty words." A
ew days later, while passing the bath
oom, she sees the youngster with his
ace a mass of suds and his mouth so
ull that she barely understands his
spluttering exclamations: "Getting
hJem all out, mamma! Swore live times
nright's Disease, niabetes.
Beware of the stuff that pretends to cure
;hese diseases or other serious Kidney, Uri
3ary or Live Diseases, as they only relieve
or a time and makes you ten times worse
afterwards, but rely solely on Hop Bitters,
,he onley remedy that will surely and per
naneutly cure you. It destroys and re
novOs the cause of disease so cffectually
hat it never returns.
'T WAS at the Patti concert. She
iame barearolling down the aisle, with
Aiat meqtion of the hips and arms pecul
ar to Boston which is the quintessence
>f a homely gait. He had carelessly
oft a new silk hist in her seat. She
iat on it, rose in dismay, reached for
ter purse, and offered him an X. He
ofusuied, but requested to kiss her hand.
5he refused also. "Then," said lie, "I
rill accept the ten dollars, aid say I
>referred it, to kissing you."
A CHICAGO sculptor, named John
)onohue, has returned to Paris and
.pplied himself to the idealization of
Jhicago in a statute. The symbol
hosen is a woman wearing a crown
omposed of grain elevators; in one
Land she holds a stalk of corn and i1
lhe oilier a horn of plenty. As a last
ouch ahe reats her foot on the head of
AlYstanY Sor-vhn.-The creat secret of
he wonderful success of VJ.ORTLNE.. Ii
trikes at the root of disease by purifying
he blood, restoring the liver and kidneyis
o healthy action, ivigorating the nervous
"MAmMA, 18 the old1 hen going to be
ont away for thesummer ?" "No, C lar
lc, but why (10 you ask?" "Well, .1
eard papa toll the now stoverness tha.
hey would have a fine time when he
ont the old1 hen away for the summer."
Ilamma put little Charlie to bed.
Aiien's Brutu Food.
Cures Nervous Debility and W eakness
f Geonerative Organs, *$1 all druggists,
end for circular. Allen's Pharmacy, 818
'rat av. N. Y.
A nAwYran once said to a countryman
u a smock-frock, who was undergoing
1s examination in the witness-box,
'You in a smock-frock, how are you
aid for lying ?" "Loss than you are,
infortunatoly," was the reply, ''or you
vould be in a smock-frock too "
Dr. Kimns's Groat Nerve flestoreoi u tht
iarvel of the alto for all nerve dtsoea. Al
tO stopped free. Bend to 931 Arch Bisast,
tilladol bla. Pa.
JoANNY (on his way to a party)-"Ohi,
Lunty won't it bo jolly i--the fuii and
lie games ? Don't you like parties ?'
Aunt Annie-"Yes, dear, I lhke the
arties, but I dion't go so much for
uchi games as you little chaps."
yohnny-"Ahi, I forgot; the big
hiaps are the game you go for now ?"
ri tender, luscious niitton of thie En.
is is not attributable to their cooer cli
mate alone, but to the turnips~audl we addi,
thor succulent roita on which the sheep
ro foil and fattened ior the butcher.
Prevent crooked boots andi bhistered
eels by wearmng Lyon's Patent Hleel
To REMovE A TAP~wOiM.-Steep two
unees of pomegranate bark in a quart
f water, till there is only a piut of the
iquid. Eat no supper; and before re
iring tor the night take a good dose of
ihysic. Next morning after the ealts
ave served their purp~ose (sometimes a
econd dose of the salts may be nteeded
o produce a movement), drink half of
he pomegranate tea and half an hour
ater drmnk the other' half. If a cure is
Lot affected in five or six hour's, take a
~ood dose of castor oil, and the wvorm
vill pass away.
A Valua~ie Medlteai Treaitise,
The edition for 1883 of the steirling Med.
ah Annual, known as Hlostetter's Alna
asc. is now ready, and may be obtained,
ree of cost, of druggists and general coun
ry dealers in all parts of the Unitcd
~tates, Mexico, and indeed in every clvi.
ized portion of time Wercern Helmlsphere.
rhis Almanac has boon issued regunlarly
t the comnixnent of every year for
>vor one~fifth of a century. It combines.
vith the soundest practical advice for the
>rcservatton and restoration of health, a
argo amount of interesting andi amusing
ight reading, and the calendar, astrono
nical calculations, chrorologleal items,
bc., are prepared wiJi great vare, and
pill be found entirely accurate. Tha.
saue of Hottetter's Almanac for .1888 wil
robably be the largest edition of a medi
Lal work ever published in any oountrn~
r'he proprietors, Messrs. Hlostetter &
imith, Pittsburgh, Ps., on reoeipt ot a
wo ent stainp, will forward a copy by
nail to'any per a who cannot proours one
n is neighbor ood.
Boevo, Nov. 18, 1876.
X R. STEVENq Esq. I -
Dear air-During the past five years I have had
ample opportunity to judge of the merits of VEo3
,TIN. bly.wife has used it for complaints attend
ing a lady of delicato health, with more benefllal
results than anything else which she over tried. I
have given It to my children under almost uvery
ciroumstance attending a large family, and always
with marked benefit. I have taken It myself with
such great benefit that I cannot find words to ex.
press my unqualifled appreciation of its goodness.
While performing my duties as a Police Officer
In this city, It has been my lot to fall In with a
great deal of Sickness. I unhealtatingly recon.
mend VEosTINE, and I never knew of a case where
It did not prove all that was olaimed for It.. Par
ticularly in cases of debilitated or Impoverished
state of the blood, its effects are really wonderful;
and, for all complaints arising from an Impure
state of the blood, It appears to work like a charm;
and I do not believe there are any circumstances
under which VBoJTINE can be used with InjurIous
results; and It will always afford me pleasure to
give any further Information as to what I know
about VaiETI Na.
WILLIAM B. HILL, Police Station 4.
"GAINED EIGHT POUNDS IN TliltEE WIEEKS."
M. II. It. BTBVENs:
Dear Sir-Having used but three bottles of your
VEGITINIV In a very bad case ot liver complaint I
Hnit myself Improving rapidly; am weigh ilant i
younds more at present than I did when 1 began
taking It, and believe with a continuance or a
small quantity more I shall be entirely cured. Be
fore I began takif the VNoETINB I was under the
doctor's care; w' ick a g time. Air. Smith,
who had received great fbtit from taking the
VRoETINE, advised ino to try It, I can cheerfully
recommend it to everyone as a good medicine as
the Vegetino has done more, for me than the doo
tors could do. JAB. A. JOHNSON,
No. 828 Brownastreet, Rochester, N. Y,
Vegotine is Sold by All Druggists.
Dr. S. Sibbee's ExternalPilei emedy
Gives Instant relief and Is an lufalible
CURE FOR AL. KINDS OF PILES,
Sold b ruggisteeve here. Price $1 per box
I Beent (riee Pb,
a si aufe~e,vby ustanote$ o. 1oasqj
pow York City. solomanufacturern, of "inakAs
Iemember tha~t sta ia . enoer, the life
prilniple or whlatever you 'li choose to caii thle
resistant powers wvhlel ball as gatnst the causes
of disease andi decath, Ia th grand safeguard of I
health, It is tihe garrIson o le humjan fortress,
and wvhen it waxe~s weaik therue plsic~ is to throw
In menforcementms. In otlhofwortm, w en such ani
emiergoo occurs. comme *oa couir..e of ilou.j
tottor' itters. l'or sale b t)rgists andi Deal.
twhom apply for I9eIea Alhnaa for
SFOR THE PERMA NT CURE OF j i
CONSTI _TION. j
-No other dIsoeo-he~so valent in this coun- a
Stry n Constipation, an4 remedy has eve
0equalted the ctebratol idney-Wori sea
2euro. Whatever theooa , howeo obstint #
W thoe case, this remedy ill overcome it. a.
, strengthens the weak :z parte and quikly
18mrsmal kind ch PieM n when physicians I
?2- tr~ you have cit0 of these troubles -
SPRICE * . US Drurggissetli a
If you are sick Itop irs wIlt surely old Na-.
ture in Jmaking yen well en all else fails.
If you Are costive or d eptic, or are suffering
from any other of the n crous diseases of the
atomoach or bowels, It Is r owni fault If you re
main iil, for hlop lliters) a sovereign reimedy in 0
alil such comlplahdmmi pr
if you are wasting nw with any fornm of KId
n10y di senso, stop templ) Deoath tils moment,
andi turn for a cure to I Billers. ci,
if you are sick with ii terrible sickness, Ner.
vousness, you wvll tind Battm In CGilead" ini the u10
use of flop 1I11tlera. )c
If you are a frequment r a resident of a nias- -
ma~t ic district, bjarriend or system against the
scourge of all cotuntrie mnalmrial, epIdemic, bil
lous, alid intiermittent erc-by the use ot hop,
Ifyuhv romugh, p ly or sallow akin, h~ad
breath, painsandl ache ml feel inlserable gen
orally, ho i litters WI ive you fair skin, rich
bloo, amt sweetest lbr u, health, and comfort.
In short lim cure a laeases of the stomach,
Bowels, Blood1 Liver, ivos, Kidneys, Drn hi's
Disease. $50)0 will be d for a caseO they ivl nlot
d~eo epThat poor, bedrkd 'eInvali wvife aite
(lhro aughter made the pictureo
healih, bya fe olof hlop Blitters, costiug
but a trife. Wii vet them stiffer ?
eling Pict>rIs ks an MBibles. Prices ro
du'ced 88 per cent. N A L PUs. (Jo., Philada.. Pa.
ail a e 0 uak trauls o ui sche
paid for, and no debt.,oi a'nd climate comb 5at bI
notmet7evem ral aerao oenpt and
ftilt hlands ae yea mare at low prices. Thl ,
a o r 8 S
Every one bas a will and a mind to
think for himself, yet many will go about
backing and eoughing until a friend re
oomnmends Dr. Bull ' Cough Syrup for
I'M proud of this town," said a little
man Ritting before the stove with a pipe
in his moiith. "Proud of it," repeated
the stranger at the bar, who turned
around when he heard the words, and
looked at the poaker with a look of in
finite contempt. "What are you proud
of it for ?'W!VThat's an easy one," re
turned the little man. "There are f9ur
cemeteries here, and I've got a wife in
every one of 'en.
WHEN a young man at Scranton, Pa.,
went to be married the other day and
found the other chap standing up before
the minister with the girl, the father
said: "There are my other three daugh
ters; you can take your pick." And
the young man picked and there was a
AN extremely shabby young man
called at U.'s house. "What is your
business ?" said G. "I have come for
my New Year's present." "But who
are you ?" "Assistant to the baliff who
arrested you the other day."
A PnIEsT asked 0oondemned criminal
In a jail, "What kind of a consolence
have you?" It's as good as new," re
phed the prisoner, "for I have never
An Age of Suspicton
Truly, this is an age of suspicion. Never
theless, Oapt. F. M. Howes, ot the
steamer William Crane, Merchants' &
Miners' Transportation Line between
Boston and Baltimore, who su ff ered se
yeroly from rieumatismn, caused by the
exposure incident to his profession, was
cured by St. Jstcob's Oil. This is no sua
SHELLs that are coYered with a thick
skin may be cleaned by steeping in
warm water and then rubbing with a
stiff brush. Or, if this fails, soak the
shcll in water, adding a little nitric
acid. Polish the new surface with
leather, aided by tripoli.
BoILING water will remove most fruit
stains, as well as tea and coffee stains.
It must be applied before the article hs
been washed. Place the stained part
over a bowl or pan, and pour the boil
ing water over it, and ths prevent it
from spreading through the fabric.
*** "Better bear present evils than fly to
thosu unanown.'' Butter still, use Kid
icy Wort-and make your present evils fly
to parts unknown. If you find yourself
getting bilious, head heavy, mouth foul,
eyes yellow, kidneys disordered, symptoms
of piles tormenting you, take at once a few
doses ot Kidney-Wort. Use it as an ad
vance guard--etther In dry or liquid form
-it is efficient.
UIRt'No family dyes were ever sa popu
lar its the Diamond Dyes. Tey never
Fail. Tie Black is far suiiior to log
wood. The other colors are brilliant.
EXQUISITE dessert plates are in the
:ichoa Dresden china, with deep-toned
sentres and open-worked e'dges. The
lesigns are so beautiful t~hat doylies arc
mot used with the-m,
MILK and warm water applied wvith a
launel cloth, is very goodi for ocaming
vhite varnished paint, wich abould
lever be leaned with soap, a it turns
- f Nearly Dead.
.fter taking somec highly punffed up) stuff,
rith long testim'mials, tuarn to 1101 Bit.
era, and have no fear of any Kidney or
Jrlnary Trula Braght's Dasease, Dia
letes or Liver (ComlJainr. Tihee diseases
annot resist the curative power of Hop1
hitters ; besides it is the best family mneda
inc on earth.
In spite of the aito'ampt to introduce
olor into the taible clotha, preference ii
.ie highest circles is still given to fine
lhite damask, buat occasionially the
loths are trinuned with lace edging.
To prevenit the color in stockings
'om running soak themi for four or' five
ours before washing in aluma waiter.
THAT JaUSalAND) OF MINE
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DT am TH ilous,. 'ilOngha on Bats."
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To restore the color to black stock
ga, p)rocure two-penny wcrt of log wood
aavings, and boil thme stockings in a
unt of water with them,
Bee advertasemnent headed " How to
ye " In another colun.
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38A SURE CURE
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In the Spring toocleanse the system, every
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