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Mix xTsrTiiG.-"Why,'' "asks; one of
our subscribor "does It tfak9 se much
greater bilk of cream to make a pbucd of
butter, when raised from milk, set in a
cellar, where the temperature is uniformly i
at 00 degrees or less, than from milk set in
an upper roomi Where,m summer the mer
cury stands much of the time at about 70
lie also finds that he gets less bntter
from a like quantity of milk, kept in theI
cellar, than in'te warmer upper room, a
result that eoof s fully with our own ex- I
perienco In setting milk for butter making. I
It may, on many farms, seem a necessity 1
to oct the milk In the cellar of a dwelling I
house. This- happens during the hottest J
weather, on farms where there is no good,
cool dairy room, above the cellar. It a
basement could be built partly below and
partly above ground, so as to secure good
ventilation, and a coniparatively dry at
mosphere, very good results might be
The objection to a cellar for milk set
ting, is the usual dampness and want of
ventilation, The air is not easily changed
and after a room has been used for some
weeks for carrying in warm milk twice a
day, it becomes much warmer than one
that is kept constantly closed.
Nearly all basement air in summer is
damp and damp air inclines to increase
the relative bulk of cream, simply because
the water that is stilt mingled with nearly
all cream has not had the opportunity to
be dried out of it. Cream raised in a warm
dry air is of the nature of condensed cream
a very small vuantity only being required
for a pound of butter. There Is another
difficulty with cream raised in cellars. It
is so thin and watery, that ordinary skim
mers will not hold It, but let it pass
through tue holes and mix in again with
The cream from deep cans set in cold
water is uniformly thin and watery, and
cannot be skimmed, but to dipied off
with dippers inde expressly for the, pur
Scalded milk, i set in shallow vfas i
the opeu air, throws up cream that repre.
sents the opp6site extreine, being almost
pure butter before it is churned.
WHY NOT MAXI A LADDn?-There are
two principles to be kept in view in miak
ing ladders-lightnebs and durability. The
material should be thoroughly seasoned:
basswood makes the best side pieces, al
though pine that is free from knots will
do. For a ladoer 15 feet long the side
piwceR should be two inches wide at the
top, three and one-half inches at the Not
toim, and one and one-half inches thick;
the top round 14 Inches h-mg, the bottom
round 28 inches. The r inds should be
of tough oak or ash. For a hidder 29 feet
in length, the side pieces should be 2Jx4,
and 1J inches thick; lop round 16 iuches
long, bottom round 30 inches- round 18
inches apart from center to center; the
holes in the sides for the rounds to center
should be oe Inch Avery farmer needs
a set of ladders, saty 10, 15, 20, and per
haps 25 feet in length,and then pamnt them
well and house them If possible, and you
will have somethIng useftl through a life
1N treating COWS lor horn britileness a
stock raiser ist Austria found noe good re
sulting from feeding bone-meal wheni the
wvater used f ronm a sprinig wats peCrfctly
soft-that is, without miineral matter. But
upon changing them to the water of an-i
other spring, containing carbonate, sul
phlate and phosphatce o1 lime and chlorate
of magnesia In small quantities, the effects
were as followi First. The aninals
dran~k half as much as bcfore. Second.
'The cows gave more andl better milk than
before. Third.. Th'le worst dtiseasedi cows
at once began to get. bet ter, and this was
the first case in which any of them recov
ered without, removal. Fourth. The oxen
shiowedl far Detter coadition than cotuld1 be
previously attained on the best of rood and
wijth them most careful attention. Fifth,
No fresh cases occurred as soon as the
change of wa~er was introd~uced.
By means of the drainage of land the
various chemical actins which take plae
through the action of the atmosphere oni
the surface soil at e carrIed down to a grea
ter or less extent into the subsoil, for as
the water-level is loweredi the air enters
from above to f111 the cavities in the soil.I
By drainage, also, the depth to which
roots will penetrate Is increased, for roots.
wvill not grow in the abseuce of oxygen,
and rot as eon as they reach a permanent
Tun Bhropshire downs possess beaiutiful
syminetry of form, fine quality and early
maturity of all their parta, a vigorous con
st itut ion and grand muscular p~roportions.
'They are first-class sheareis, carry:ng a
fIne, compact coat., valuiade at once for
wool and protection from chilling sleet
storms. They stand close herding in large
numbers remarKably well, the ewes are
good mothers, and twiu lambs are not tin.
PRo~sOR 5. T.X MAYNARD, of the Mlas
sachusetts Agricultural Uollege says: "I
know of no other reason why the potato
fails to produce Its true fruit, the potato
balls, than that the power of reproduction
by seed has been weakened by the forcing
process they have been subjected to for
t~he past ten years by time progagation Iromi
singleo eyes, cuttings, etc. Other iplants,
the verbena, for instance, aifter having
neen propagated several years frotn cuit
tings, produce vcry few, if any, seeds."
A MONG all the field crops which the far.
-imer grows there are few,mf any,thmat afford
a more certain protit than winter rye,
whether it is sown for grain andl straw or
for a green crop io feed stock in Mlay. In
fact it is a good crop to gtowv for anm early
EVnY farmer or teamster should examn
9 mne his team harness often to see that no
part ot it chafes or rubs the skin of his
b horeo--it is a goodi idea to keep it well
(iled~, so that it will be pliable and soft.
Tfake good care of the dumb anintals.
ESrIMATrma nitrogen at 221 cents per
9 pound, potash at 7 cents and phosphoric I
ac(Id at 9 cents. tihe Connecticut. Agileultu
ral Experime~at Station states tihe commier
eial worth of might soil at iii cents per 101)
p~ounds, or $8 perl ton, as the most lavor,
- able0 reckoning.
'rTn prices which we rc paid by the Na
ous herd books were as follows: Ameri
can Shorthorn Iherd Book, $25 000;Amer
le ian Shorthorn iecardier, $18,000; Ohio
bhorthorn Itecord, $1,000.
A oJLEANINO average or ab'out 87 poundls
to time 100 was reached for ive Victoria
swine slaughtered at the Chicago Fat
Stock Show, which is quite a phenomenal
figure. Anything above 80 pounds may I
be considered excellent.
Muon of the new Minnesota wheat
weighms out sixty-two pounds to the bushel.
Its ercellence is thus shown whlen fifty
iughut pounds to thme busnie) is the standard
FASmps pr BEDaTEADs.-Tho intro.
Xqotion of theibrass bedstead into mdd
)rn homes is, the- greatest revolution t
hat has been attempted. A few years
tgo these bedsteads were entirely un
mnown in America, now one house alone
)xhibits twenty different styles, and
hre Is little doubt that they will meet 1
vith increasing favor. They are so
rery handsome in appearance, are so
ight and so easily moved from one side
>f the room to the other, and, above all,"
4y. are so free from all Impurities, as
io dust collects upon theni, that proba
)ly in time they will entirely supersede
hose of wood. It has taken time to
)rovo that they do not lead to increase
>f work in the need of constant polish, 1
aut a wash has recently been invented
vhich renders the metal impervious to
;he influence of moisturo, and so does
tway with the principal objection to
;heir universal adoption. It is not neo
3ssary to speak of the marvels of decor
ition and carving which are introduced
into the modern bedstead by the fash
ionable decorator. Unlimited command
:f money can scure any amount of it,
but it is not altogether to be deplored
that very few persons after all are in
this blissiul position. Beds, like other
matters, are often the better for being
simple, and the housekeeper who sighs
with envy for for the ebony bedstead
inlaid with ivory or silver may be com
forted with the reflection that a hand
some brass bedstead, which fulfills the
intention of its construction, is more ap
propriate in homes where dollars are not
counted by thousands than the magnii
coene of carving and silver would be.
SHAwL STRAPS.-TwO portty fancy
shawl straps are thus described; Take
two strips of French canvas thirty-eight
inches loug and thirty-eight inches
wide; embroider them with bright col
ored Berlin wool, sow them down on
two strips of loather of corresponding
lpgth and ,width,. line with silk, and
finish the edg&b all around with a crotch
ored border. For,the handle, take one
strip of canvas twenty-fivo inches long
und -threinches wide. Embroider, etc.,
to correspond with the strap. Sew the
ends of the handle over the straps so it
(the handle) can be slippeld backward
or forward, Have the ends of straps
furnished with silver clasps. In fast
ening around the shawl have the straps
close enough together to make the han
dIe bow-shaped. A less expensivo and
very pretty strap can be made of strips
of stout brown Holland, eibroittcred or
braided, lined, and the edges bound
with worsted braid, the ends furnished
with steel clasps, or buckles and eyelot
HRERE i a recipe for a ''hard-times
pudding": Half a pint of molasses, half
a% pint of water, two teaspoonfuls of so
da and one teaspoonful of salt, Thick
on with flour enough to make a batter '
about like that for a cup cake. Put i
this in a pudding-bag, or a pudding
boiler; allow room to rise. It would be
safe to have the pudding-bag about half
full of the batter. Lot this boil steadi
ly for three hours. Sauco to serve with r
it is made thus: Mix two teaspoonfuls I
ef either wvhito or brown sugar with a
Lump of butter the size of aL butternut;
a little salt and one large spoonful ot
llour should be mixed with the butter I
.td sugar. W~heun free from hunips pour I
boiling water slowly over it, stirrmng all
the tiime. Let it boil up once or twice
~o make it of the desired thickness. J
,*ALMtON cro(Juetts arc asked for, so
he recipe is repoated:-One pound can
>f salmon ehopped fino, and a1(k( to tt
>no teaspoonful of salt, one tablespoon- '
uil of chopped p~arsley, piece of half a
emon and a dust of cayenne. Mix
~horoughly. Put a cup of cream on to
ioil. Rub one tablespoonful of butter
md two tablespoonfuls of flour togeth
3r till smooth, and stir thomn into thet
boiling cream. Stir anid cook two min
lites. SItir it into the salaon; mix well,
turn out on a dish to cool. Form into
aroqluette shapes with a wineglas, roll
in beaten egg and bread-crumbs, and
ry in olive butter; drain a pice of
)rowvn papor until not a p~article of fat
idhieres. Mervo on a napkim with par.
Now Trarr sausage time is hero,'thie
L'ronch receipt for baked mushrooms
mua be tried. The n'ushroomis must be
ucoly prepared, and~ part of their gills
ioraped away so as to miako them sonie
vhat hollow; this mushiroomi material
a mixed either with some sausage meati
r with a concoction of minced tongue
>r ham, and a fewv bread-crumbs and
autter. Each 'mushroom is filled with
his sttuflig and gently cooked in the
>)ven in a covered dish with a little picco
f butter. Whilst cookiung, small cir
:ales of toast, wvell buttored, are prepmared,
id a mushroom neatly placed on each.
I'hey are served on It hot dish and are
SuuTonl cakes are economical so far I
is eggs are concerned, and, if made <
vith care, will melt in the mouths of
lukidron. To one pound of flour allow
uthf a pound of butter and a qluarter of a
Spoundt of sugar ; let the butter stand j
n a basin near the lire to soften, but y
iot melt; whzen soft, rub it and the flouri
ogether; then knead im the sugar.
Rloll out in a sheet half an inch thick;
aut out cakes about two inches square;
)nke until they are a light brown. Put "
hem away in a stone jar, and they will 3
n a day or two gather moisture enough t'
o be softL.
COLD BAw.--Bat the yolks of fout *3
igga to a very light cream, then stir t
gradually into them five tablespoonfuls I
f cider vinegar. Add two or three ta-a
Jlespoonifutls of sugar, and stir the mix- t
:urceover the fire until it begins to
hieken like boiled cusetard; then re
nov .and1( ad~d a teaspoonful of butter I
ud nearly a teaspoonful of anchovy
inustatrd. Set the sauce upon ice to be
emo cold. and pour it over the sliced ~
abeago just belore serving. Celory is
Iften miixedl with the cabbage Ior this t
Nxw WAY 0or SERVYING OA"MAiL.- I
LPake a dessort-spoonilul of oatmeal, y
aco it, ini the miorning, ini a tuimbler,
1(d filli up with now imik. Let it stand~
tIl daty, and take it for suppor or for a
iight-cap. The grains will have been I
oltoned bly thieit long soaking in the
nilk, and it can be eaten withi a spoon.
L'lhis is said by its advocates to be a
pecilic againist neuralgia, and is also
oundly recoimimeniudedl for sodentar y
JUUFFET-OLOTHS. -Side-board cloths
ro used to protect the fine wvooded or o
aarble surface of the piceoof furniture, I
Janton flannel, in deheate colors, is a c
ood material whers there Is not much
isk of spots--othiorniso some material
hat can be washed is preferred. A 01
andsomne buffet-cloth can be imade ofr
rash--Hue ombroidory running around
lie outside, and the extremo edges or- t4
amonted by h~ands of Mexican drawvn? h
vork, as8 dheatot as cobwovb tracery. h
DmAvLNG away a headache: "Mr. Mc- Is
luinness, did ye ivor foind anything aI
hat wud dhrive away a headache?" P
'Is it a headache ye have, Mr. O'.)wy- oi
r? Bure, and I kin dhrive it away in te
LO time at all." "An' what is yer rumi- 01
ly, Mr. McGuinness? It's meslf wnd !
oice to be afther thryin' it." "Well,
11 ye have to do is to dhrink plinty av
rhisky." "Is it whiskey ye say ? Sure,
t's jokin' ye are, for that would only
,ive me a headache, as I know by some
ittle experience I have had." "Well,
here's where ye will foind the philoso
>hy av me rimidy, Mr. O'Dwyer, Ye
taver say a man wid two headaches at
vanat, did ye? Ye see, the whiskey
eadaclhe will dhrive away the other
van ye are sufferin' wid now."
The Tall Sycamore of the Wabash.
The special correspondent of the Indian
2polis (ind) Journal, embodied In a re
Dent communication the following from
Hon. Daniel W. Voorhees: I consider St.
Jacob's Oil a splendid remedy, I sufferedp
from an affection of the back and kidneys,
with some rheumatism--in fact, it was
rheumatism of the back. I used St. J acob's
Oil, and found it very efficacious. It gave
mo instantaneous relief, and finally cured
MUSICAL note: "Yes, JemimDatishall go
Lo Italy to have her voice cultivated,"
said a proud father to a fair haired girl
who stood beside him affectionately
stroking his snowy locks. "Can't I go,
too?" asked the younger brother, John.
"You I" exclaimed his paront with sur
L.rike, "why, you have ito voice." The
following morning, when Johnny met
Ahe neighbor's boy next door, lie re
uarked with the air of one who had
)efn relieved of a disagreeable duty: "I
guess we needn't shoot any more oats,
Bill, dad's hkoly to send the al to Italy."
%t**'I'He that praysharm for his neigh.
bor, begs a curse upon himself." He that
recomnends Kidney-Wort to his sick
neighbor brings a blessing rich and full
both to his neighbor and himself. Rabi
tual costiveness Is the bane of nearly overy
American woman. Every woman owes it
to herself and to her family to use that
celebrated medicine, Kidney-Wort.
AW'The Diamond Dyes for family use
have no equals. All popular colors easily
dyed, fast and beautiful. 10 cents a pack
REwAnn of the dutiful: A martinet of P
i sorgeant turns p uiexpectodly to call i
m>t a fatigue party. Only one soldier e
maswers to the smmous with proupti- -
udo. "Confound it all to confusion I" ,
rolls tho irrritated ofilcor. "What in
he unamo of a huindred thousand devils
lo you meau by turning out alone, air,
vhen 1 called out the whole squnad?
?orty-eight hours in the blackhole I a
L'hat'll teach you to bo the only man to O
urn out L"
Skill in the Workshop,-'o do gooti a
vori tihe mechanic must have good health.
f long hours of confinement in close a
coms have enfeebled his hand or dinued la,
us sight, let haimi at once, and before some qi
irgamec troub~le appears, take plenty of a'
lop Bitters. is system will be rejuive
ated, his nerves strengthened, his sight E
ieCOmue clear, and the whole constitution "
ie built up to a higher working condition.
RIECnUINn Health at the Seguidlo.
Iarry: "Wretchedly duil1T depressing
>lace this to have spent a monthi in, d
ack." Jack: "'Yes; don't know what 2,
o do with one's sell." Iharry: '-Lot'asT
ce; what have we dono ?" ,1 ack: "'Bit
airds in the mor'ng-.a sloep in the
fternoon--p.ool or 'Nay, in the evening
-S. and B's. etc.-b.ed." Harry: ' Per-6
inpa~ it wouldn't. be a had ideai to stroll
4) to the top) of that lill and see whlat
lie couintry's like, beo we leave this c
'he Secret or rgvlig.w
Beovill's 13arsaparilla or Blood( and~ Liver
lyruip will cure 8crofulous Taint, Rhaeu
natismn, White wvelhmn2, (lout, Goitre,
Jonsinption, Bronchitis, Nervous Deihi
y, Malaria and all other diseases arising
rom an impure cond~ition of the blood.
Thela merits of thIs valuable preparation
ire so well known that a passing notice is
)ut necessary to reinid the readers of this
journal of thme necessity of always having_
a bottle of Scovill's Blood and Liver $yrup
uniong their stock of family necessities.
Certificates can be presenitedl from many
eading p~hysicians, inisters and heaids
>f families throughiout the land indlorsinga
t in the highest terms. WVe are con-L
utantly in receipt of certaficiates of' cuires i
romn the miost reliable souirces, and we is
lo not hiesitate to reconmunud it,
"'WuAr are you going to (10 with that
iece of wood ?" amquired a broker of a
assaii street man as he was hurrying
long with a brokon plan1k under his -
rmn. "Why, this is a relic of the old A
'ot Ollico, and I'm going to have a Li
ane made of it." was the proud reply.
TPooh ?" sne'eredi the broker; "'in less
han tona y'ears from now you won't find1 j
nybaody who'll believe you. '"Way, ~
'ye actually got a cane mnade from No
lh's Ark, yet nobody takes any stock inA
On Tnni'ty iDays' Triui.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Michi.,
rill send Dr. Dye's Celebrated E'lectro
'oltaic Belts and Electric Appliances oin
'lal for thirty days to mcei (young or old)
rho are afllicted with nervouis dlebility,
ast vitality and1( kindred troubles, guiarau- ld
30)ng speedy andl comnpleto restorat iona of -
enlth andl manly vigor.-Address asA
b~ove.-N. B.-No risk is Inottrredh, as5 w
airty (lays' trial is allowedt.
''No," said Farmer iFurrow, whenI
is wile asked him if lie was going to
ill the big turkey this year, ''no, I
ness not. You see I've got an idoe
uat if you fish around for an invitation ,
take Tihanksgivin' dlinnuer with some ar
t your folks, I'll take the turkey down iti
the villiage and swap it off for a new eh
at andi some socks. and1 If I git any P<
oney ,to boot Ill give it to you for
our mite society. Hey, old gal ?" i'1
Carbohino the deodorized petroleum
air renewer and restorer, as imaproved
nd perfected, challenges the world and
tands without, a rival among the hair
ressings, and Is a uiniversal favorite
ihth the ladies.
Sun looked before and after: "Ala I"]
canned a widow recently bereaved i~
what a nmisfortuneo! I know what kind $
a husband I have lost, but how can ro
know what kinad of a huusbaind his sue
>sor will be ?"
Dr. Kline's Great Nervec Riestorer Ia thec marvel
'the age for all nerve diseases. All lila stopped
3e. Send to 981 Arch sireet, P'hiadelphla, Pa.
Timu following bill was lately preson
d to a farmer in Sussex: "To huang
ig two barna doors and myself seven
Tla Freneh plan of economising eggs
s'breading" croquetto. oysters, &o., mi
to mix a tablespoonful of salad oil all
td One of 'Witei to three eggs, with a up
nob of salt. Good American cooks ga
iply add a tablespoonful of cold wa- of
r to each egg. it will still be glutin- aii
is enoug for frying. he
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF jth
Wo othordiseaso-iso provalont in this coun.
try as Constipation, asd zo remedy has over ,h
equalled tho colobratod Kidnoy-Wort as a I fil
ouro. Whatovor tho causo, huwover obstinate 0
1 the caso, this remody will ovoreorno it. a. b
PIL S. TRWS distressing co. Q fo
PILESl *"'P"" *** -
a laint In very apb to be: -d~c
complioatcdwithoonautpa on. Kidnoy-Wort"
strongtlons the woakono- parts and quickly 01
ures aMlkind.Of Piles oven when physioias he
and medicuo:j havo before fAiled. c
42- VFIf you have oe.ltor of theso troubles 10 pr
PRICK $1. USE Drugglets senl
othinig in the world equal to It for the
Cure or scrofuila, Pimples. Dolls. Teller, Otd Sores,
Sore Eyes. bierourial Diseases, Catarrh, Loss of it
Appetite, temale Complaints. aud all Blood
diseases. it ,err fals. All druggists and
country store keepers sell it. R. R. Belem 11]
A Co., Prop's, Pittsburgh, on every bottle. (1
I T ItS all
ostetter's Stomach Bitters give steadiness to the to
)rves, Induces a healthy, natural flow of bile,
revent constipation without unduly purging the
)wels, gently stiulattes the circittioln, atnd by 8l
-011111lg a viiorous condition of the physlcal b3
'stut, proitnotes, also. thiat ieerfulltns whlch Is
il truest ildication of a well-balanced condition
all the attiailitl powers.
Fsr sale by all Airuggists and Dealers generally.
[op Bitters are ike iuret and Best ry
litters Ever Made. ki
They are compoutded front Ilops, Malt, Bitchu, 8
antirake and Dantelion, -te olndest, best, and tIl
ost valuable inediclues in tile world alid contain
I the best aslamost curitive proplertics of all
her retiedles, being the greatest lilood I'uriiler,
ver Iteguilator, and Life and llealth iestoring tI
zeitt ont earth. No disease or ill iealth onu pos
ly long exist whore these litters are used, 8o
,ried atin perfect are their operations.
'They give new life and vigor to the aged and in. Bl
ill. 'I0 all whose eiployments cause irregu- ]
rity of tI le bowels or urinary organs, or % lo re- in
Lire 11n Apetizer, Tonic andi mtild Sltinln, Hlop
tiers sire ivatluablie, beintg hi rhly curative, tonIc
.il tilat ilig t, withoist intox cating.
No malstter whait your feeutngs or symaptomts are, .wJ
iat tihe disease or alitmenst is, use llop Bitte,
mt't wait utilt yotu aro sick, bit if you only feei ha
di or miserable, use 110o) hitters at once. it het
tysave your life. Iliunireds have bretn sirved I
so 'lolng. $500J will lbe patid for a case theoy will
t cire or hlpl. pt
Doi not sultoer or let your friends suffer, but use
ii urge tiern to uso Slop Bitters.
ilemuember, 110p Bitters Is no vle, druggett,
unsken nostrum hbut the0 Pu rest andt Hest Medi- to
toe over madte; htie "Invaili's Friend and liopie," h'
ii no0 perCson or fatnily sitould be without them.
y the Bitters to-dasy, e
ubs offrsihi lseua3oflktgrultmohy
Wante (rotminvesamentsof$10eto ittloor more dealing I
AIR1 PR DVISIONS & TOCKS ~
ce e er getslthe beenst omin peta ofthe At
ub.Iteora sntweekly. Dlividendas pal mnonit.
ulS pa dasnareohers back their mtoney ns protto In
uit three mtonths, stilt 'caving orIginal amount making
oney in Club or rot urned onii deinausd. Shares, $techi. a
rphanatoryeireularseng free. Recliable correspondlents
chs19 La alle 51. CuloA6Co Or
-ELASTIC TRUSS hn
Huzn~ddffertn frnasllothoes, L
suahape wii seif-Adasu - J
SENSIDlL oitaon of the body, while the
!IUSS latetlag ecrs as sebask tb
pesore the ,eo~l wsniasgt~ th1
conrngtn a 1e certta. L6la eay -ab
EGOLE8TONTBUSS CO.a Chicago. IlL
I CUlR E F IT S'!
Whon I sasy ciur I do riot msens tiorely to stoj, them by
r a8 tiit ar0 's ha them rtilcs as i 5T .71ar
i tM.Yor F A I.ILsNU SiCKN E9S a lifO.ilig situdy.
.varranlt my r*esed to oitro thle worst canes. lie
iunesotheirath:i v fat ed is no reason for not now re- d a
Iivmr as cisro. Xendl at once for a treatiso andI a Free
tli of m' infaillibsl remiedy. Olve Expsress aild
ryu. Adidres ji lon r aHtrl ,it ,~l li
GENTS istko1e lsercmi.4r g e
in rite for nr iieliu1 .1' ~,'iit,5Pros
9 ENTS 2sis WANTtEDtte
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rThe ncw volumie (nIneteen) of oh'
1)M MEa tT'a Irs.TiA-rDan
MONiSTrtl.Y MAOAzIi for 188t3 is "
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tedu ont the lnest tinted pasper, sIze 8g x 11 l~ ill
bses. 'To three nuimbers niow reatdy eof v'olumte
weigh 1X~ ptoundis andt contaIn 210 pages of large, of
ar prInt. New Noveletites, Storlies, liographuies,
etry, TIravels, anid valnablte Information of the ;
y anid for thte household. in dlomandl by every
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East 14th Street, Ntliw York. Sin lje copIes, A
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UESWEEALL ELSE FAILS. g
liet Uug~yro.Tast ea good. *
Use in tune.Sr by druggiate.*
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L eieltusg P'tetorial itookms and iblles. Pries re
eedl El per centt. NArotiAr, 1Un. o.. hilda.. l'a. hat
Sa wekin yoiur own tow n. Tlerms and $6 orI
Uot it free. Address II. HIALTIETl'&A CO.,a
rtuaiu, .itie. ___________
for a l'IlILA IJLI.I'IlhA SiINl
of tIs styie. Equail to anys
-Singer iln thte Darki . yRe
enmb~er w sendl it to be
' e.rarumlne d lhej'irs ymIs pay forf
fusr (f. 'This is the samoe stylo taht
othter coms ,aniesareinli for$50..
All Mach n aes wnrranted for 3 |Wli
ynni. $ced fort illisitmiedl tr- nini
cnlairai d 'T'eiostnial,. Add.byss
CiI ll1.lM' A. W00t) A ,('i pro., U
lU.'leth~ St..t'hsitcdi Pnij illuu
In'PPD in the bud: "Lovest thou me
ich, Theodore?" "Oh, Olorintha I If I
-" Just here the old man jumped
from behind a bush near the front
te and ejaculated: "See here I lione
this doggono Romeo business. This
't no theatre. Clorinth, go -in and
lp your mother to wash them dishes,
d you, Theodoreo, or whatever your
me is, if you want to remain in a sit -
L' condmion you had better git out of
at 'ere gate there several times faster
an you came in."
**+"Revenge is too dearly purchased
e price of liberty" Is it a disordefd
rer giving you a yellow skin or costive
wels, or do your kidneys refuse to per
rn their functions f If so take a few
ses of Kidney-Wort and nature will re
3re each organ, ready for duty. Thus
alth will be cheaply purchased at the
ice of Kidney-Wort.
WI.Por one dime get a package of Dia.
and Dyes at the druggist's. They color
ythmg the simplest and most desirable
ExAorrurUD: "I am sorry to inform
>u," said a man to an Arkansas gentle
an, "'.hat your son has been killed in
balloon asecusion." "How ?" asked
e gentleman. "Well, you see lie went
with the professor and the balloon
.opped suddenly and killed both of
em." "it was the desceusion that
lied him. My friend, when you come
to this neighborhood with % piece of
formation give it straight."
Don't be AXatmod.
Bright's Disease, Diabetes, or any dis
se of the kidneys,liver or urinary orgaus.
s Hop Bitters will certainly and lasting.
r cure you, and it is the only thing that
No grounds for it: "I am sorry to
ar of your uncle having drowned him
li at sea," said Gilhooly to antinlluon
Al citizen of Austin, who wore a sad
ok and crape on his hat. "Yes, it was
)ry sad." "Did lie have any grounds
r it ?" "How the mischief could he
rye any grounds for it out at sea wher e
.e water is a mile and a half deep ?"
Pure cod liver oil, from selected livers,
i the seashore, by Caswell, Hazard & Co.,
, Y. Absolutely pure and sweet. Pa
mnts who have once taken it prefer it to
I others. Physicians declare it superior
all other oils.
Cohapped hands, face, pimples and rough
in cured by ushig Juniper Soap, matte
Caswell, Hazard & Co., New York.
A NEBRASKA clergyman who wouldn't
copt two gallons of whiskey for mar
ing a couple had to go without any
3 at all. But he preferred it. He
iew a donation party was going to
'oop dowi% on him the next week, and
ey'd be bad enough sober, while if
ey found liquor while looting the
use, they'd get so drunk they'd sack
o entire premuises.
nick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney,
idder and Urinary Dtseases. $1. Drursists.
?ont TurcK H1a1ADs. heavy stomais, b'il-oue
sa--Wells' May appio Pdis. 10 and 25o.
UsE of threadhare forms: Th'le fellow
to wrote: "I now tako mny pen in
ud"was troubled with remorse when
dbscovered, aifter he had mailed the
ter, that he haed been using a lead
A InsING kiss: When Brown failed
catch the young lady who slapped
hands at Copenhagen, Fogg remark
that it wvas quite a marine disaster.
L smack lost, you know." lhe explamned
anaswer to the interrogating glances
reled at imn from all sides.
m3ehlnggiardi care-warni io..k of the Nervous
Terer (lisaippears asi hn regains i' Wer 'aativiriue
ce throtagh I lie inniueance of AIL.lxN's UnIA IN Foopi.
artgglsts taal Atilen's ?'haraanacy,15 1st Av.,N.YV.
Ir is not safo to speak of a .West erni
by as a large-souled woman. She col
a up, flounces out of the ro.m, and
liloquaizes in the sacred fastniesses oh
r boudoir, "''l never speak to that
toful ol thiing ogain i. therc
trge soled, indoed I"
The most comafortable boot ina town is
it wvitha Lyona's Pa'cnt Aletalliclicel SLt
I'r has beeni fifty years since the pa
rs commenced to adviso people not to
>w the gas out, and yet it is still 1p1ac
ed( enouighi to keep~ the grave dligger's
PA'rnena: "Isaac, if you are good to
y, you may carry upj somo1 wood, buit
u'l are naughty, you must carry at
Women that have Lween bedridde'n for
rs5 have been compj.letely cuared by :he
of Lydia E. Pi'mkham's Vegetableo
Wmair the approach of cold weather
ators begin to fill their coughers,
L'ru creamoe de la creamne of society
irs on' maniy asp~iring people.
Pug woolen mills of the country rare
ng more than they were las', year, but
re is reason to believe that the dtomes
production of wool has incresased il
tn what Is cla~imled~ to be the most deli
e par of scales In the wvorld, thei beam
nade of rye straw, and together with
pane, wich are madec of alumninuma,
ighas only fifteen grams, in the most
mcate scale heretofore miade the beam
.1 pan weighedl sixhy-eight, grains-the
an being made of alumiinuman thme
trument wvas caipable of weighing to tihe
3-thmouisand~th of a grain. This new scale
wever,weighs to the one ten-thousandtha
a grain. A piece of hair one inch long,
becing weighed with this wondberf ul ap
atuis, wns foamnd to represent thme almosgI,
inateslimal quaut ily of one-thouisandth
7%/c upper limit of timber on high
uantains munst have approxima'tely the
'ae mean anmaa!. temperature every where
3alculationa madce on this basis for thair
n mouantains, inclnding Alts. Washaing
and Marcy amnd several western peaks,
e a meian of 30.4 degrees.
!Sg/t and Moths -A Alississippi doc.
proposes time use of the arc electirae
ft for killhog the imoths fromi the egigs
which the destruntmve cotton worm is
ched. ,it is well known that brush tires
burning rubbish will attract these pests,
iat as probable that the brihlaut electric
'at would dlestroy in a short limec enough
tihs to make good the cost.
4 committee of the Britishm Association
the Advancemeont of Science lias ascer
ieed that the maximum pressure of the
I oii small plane surfaces exceedts
aty pounds to the square foot. TFia
'isure over lairge areas is a matter of
Relieves and aures
---- BAC AVIE ,
Soreness, Cuts, Bruises.
And allother bodily achei
oulo and pains.
Pi FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE,
1Piuiu li Sold byallD gstsand
1111, l Dealers. )irec OHS in 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co,
IIcescors to A. VOUELEK A Mo.)
-.. ..ad nltimore, Md.. U.S.'
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cure
For all those Painfttl Complaints and Weaknesses
so coummon to our best female population.
A 3ildcln for Wonan. Invented by a Woman.
Prepared by a Woman.
The Greatest Sledical Dicoverry Stee tbo Oawn of listr".
ttit revives the drooping spirits, luvigotates Anto
harmonizes the organlo functions, gives elastkity and
firmnossto the stop, restores the natural lustre to the
eye, and plants on the palo cheok of woman the fresia
rosos of lifo's spring and early summer time.
C''Physicians Use It and Prescribe It Freefy.4
It removes faintness, Alatulency,%iestroys all cravina
for stimulant, and relloves weakness of the stomach.
That fcel!ng of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, is always iermaniently cured by lbis use
For the ieuro of Kidney Complaints of either es
this Cozanpouud Is unsurpassed.
iThIA P. P'INKIAM's BLOOD PTIRIFIR
will eradicate every vestige or lisanors friin i
Blood, a id give tono and Irength to the systemr or
mnan wonaan or child. list on having it.
Both the Compound and lilood Purifier are preparo6
at= 3and235 W-atern Avenue, Lynn, Pass. Price of
either, $1. Six bottles for $5. Sent by mail in the forns
of pills, or of lozenges, on receipt of price, St per bo)
for either. Irs. Pinkhan freely answers all lottors.Ol
Inquiry. Enclosoe3ct. stamp. Send for pamphlt.
INo family should bo without 1,YDIA H. PINKTAM'S
,VER P11iL.i. They ouro constipation, biliousness,
and torpidity of the liver. 23 cOats per box.
iiPSold by all Druggists.-" (1)
IS A SURE CURE
for all diseases of the Kldneys and
It asspeifo otin n hisanstImportant
oraenabling it to throw off torpidityan
inaction, atimuntilfug the htealthy sesoretion of
the Bile, end by keoeping the bowels in freo
condition, ofrooting its regular diseharge.
axe bilious, dyspoptio, or constipated, Kidney
Wort wll surely rollovo and quickly euro.
In the Spring to oleanso the System, every
one should toko re thorough course of It.
Li- BOLD BY DRUGCISTS. Price Si.
2A WEE:K. $12attay athomseesaify matde. Coat13
*ontfit frcc. Addreas Tntux & Co., Auarusta. Mc
LUNGs.IA LSA M
loran Connssij >ition, Colda, Pneu unonia In.
inenza, ilroi-1la1ai 10 lfl'i ei, ira teiltia
o I ni In aa. en of t'he lis11 1
r sitsoliaes andis hsetia Ihe Illeuibrasta
tfhe .ungn , insflamned nsi a'toise by tIme
ifense5e, andis preeii thesii nh 1t iwen and
ghnes, neroius time client wi ch ncosisihas
t.(onasua tion Iu not ans uiemun mnal y.I
IAULi.'N IS AIMAMi will cure youi, eve:1
DRLINEB GR EAT
frll JiRAiN ANtiNxs~a
I) % ONt 0.y isa cm15 ran Nyyr Arrr.c.
ns.1- ssa asn. er,ete.iNFAl bhinim if taken
at direts! Sc I~irsap. Irtu's te. T 'reatuse A
$2 trial horttle fr-e is it (ase,,t or7 paying ex reii
chaargese on bx whan received5. iiad names,. end
exressa address of aflhceol to iDA.K LIlNE.93i Arch
Phlbiada..Pa . &e.ru',Uial. Jserso/irauia.
DJ. H. W. LDBB, MEDICAL OFFICES,
NO. 829 NOllTH F] FTEENTHl STR EECT,
/hlladelphia., Pa. 15 years' experience. (Estab
lased for treatnit With puirely vegetable megd.
3ines.) Dr. Lobb's long experience in the treat.
lnem of diseases enables him to guarantee a otrs
n1 aii oases. Consultation free anti sietly con
Itdentlal. Call In person or bY letter. 011c<
lours: 11 to 2 and 7 to 10 evening.
}EN~iNM1s <due kold ,rnthielr WIdows, Chidre
Sor iparents. Unuler sue Llaws tiaoansaids enitidt(
nocresoe P'oniaon liefer to 11ev. F. D. l'owxan Ciap
amn U. H. H. ii. Writo for lusa anid irnfornastion, Pa
ant psroeredt lales ilstanip, J3ELLUM MI
Sfalihes. shinal, sma i colors: erimuson. senrlet, bluea,
rel. pus ii le ~.r.'. ill g'leli caniine, A-o with
''sr arin,- ril adth 's'sel anIiui Wtlyritaed on ilein
.it'brmg ia p i, tilser. red. luio greeni,.violet, blacki
r b~roniz.. Inas thei inag to sow or tin on elcthing
vercosiatigoviet. scarfs robses cloaks. uffa,. rli
iiaaa, portm aanhteians, ranteesa trmks al mre
sostunaonite., on tht litsle tahsks, capsls, 'u 'an,'
ri an limis iark ueri asrtile tihey carry with their
ali.e ial achirn~a. TI w' ribibona aliso aka eleg'ant
'ook maaarks. i-riece t dsk ribbon-a , ier dson mieccs.
,p. Mh el i tonaal.iIt
lutiabh- ize iald 5tyle of 13ype for eachs sizu af rty
iota.lit or -eriisr phuaisei 'it, ate clor of ribbonoi andi leii
a-rraig. Ii tai wIni sini two ribbiaaais wtill bei alike ini
hiiata r.bbions (bliue. talsr leti serbura) peu't on 'r
ili ii Ihlial l'shp, sad taltrs-eo if aiunt
itunda stsaaip for Spaelcie.
_____ Rives Junction, Mich.
.IS. niaeia andorif70 Blask t.,1aam lanaolis,,'.
tEDS. flowr and (ardeni fseaed cataoguefo
'~~JsJaleed'an iscatt fri vi lo Ira. Puaagos
U T R E 0 1 5 W s r e a ~ e s s e a t . p
to s 4.amp foCh es omplte Catalguse <i
VP, BORDERS, OUTS, PRESSES &0
LOWFsr PRiICFs. bAitROFsT V AR rtir
IATIONALTYPECO.a y8wn isgeA,
I laveo a pus sako 'ninerly for the abhovo disease, byt
uso thoansus osf ases ofr tho woiat, kindl anda ofIan
gei te walaaith wV~l~tl. T'iF.A W 1 ~l ~t T:u. -"
gea tuu rii H'ig~lii. 2tri si.O is ii,ii aa
The Wudfttul $filAsay 4
has been so frequently and latisfaotorily proven
that it seems almost superfuous to say anything
more in their favor. The ImmenSe and constantly
increaslng demand for them, both In this and for
elgn countries is the best evidence of their value,
T elr sale t6ay in the United States is far greater
than quy other oathartlo medicine. Til'is demand
Is not lsimodle, it Is regular and steady. It is
not of to-day or yesterday, it Is an Increase that
has been steadily growing for the -last thirty-five
years. What are the reasons for this great and
growing demand ? Dr. Sohenck's Mandrake Pills
contain no mercury. and yet they act with wonder
ful effect upon the liver They cleanse the "stom.
ach and bowels of all irritating matter, which, if
allowed to remain, poisons the blood and brings
on Malaria, Chilla and Fever and tiay other dis
eases. They give health and strength to the di
gesttve organ:. They create appetite sua give
vigor to the whole system. They are lit fact the
mediolize of all others which should be taken in
times like the present, when malarial and other
ephiem ics are raging, as they prepare the system
to resist the attacks of disease of every character.
T AKE SCHENOK'S MANDRAKE PILLS if you
have Sick Hleadache.
TAKE SCHIENCK'S MANDitAKE PILLS If you
T hayo Bad Breath.
TAKE SI0ENCK'S MA NDIAKE PILLS if you
TAKE SUIIENOK'S MANDRAKE PILLS If your
Tongue is Coated.
TAKE SOHENCK'8 MANDIAKE PILLS if your
T BDowels are Uositive.
TAKE SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS if you
T have Diarrhoea.
TAKE SCIENICK'S MANDitAKE PILLS if your
T skin Is Yellow.
TAKE 80UUENCK'S MANDt AIKE PILLS If you
TA have Taken Cold.
TAKE SCHENOK'S MANDRAKE PILLS if you
T C have the ues.
TAKE SCUENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS if you
have been Drinking.
T AKE SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS if your
ha Liver Does Not Act. -o ,
T'AKE SIHENOK'S MANDRAKE PILLS it your
TK hae Liver is Torpid.
TAKE SCiENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS if you
T are Dilious.
TCAKE SOiIENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS if you
have a Bad Taste In your mouth.
TAKE SCHiENCK'8 MANDI)AKE PILLS If you
T have a Pam In your Shoulder-blade.
TAKE SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS if you
T ihave Chills and Fever.
rTIAKE SCIIENCK'8 MANDRAKE PILLS it you
want your tomach Thoroughly Cleansed.
TAKE SCHENCK'8 MANDRAKE PILLS if you
TA have symptoms of DropIy.
TAKE SCHIENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS if you
T feel that everything goes wrong.
T AKE SCHENCKKS MANDRAKE PIL L it you
Twant Good Digestion.
AKE SCHENCK'S MA NDRAKE PILLS if you
T have Worms.
ATE SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS If you
i want to Prevent Ty phold Fever.
T AKE SCIKENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS If you
i have Daten too much Fruit.
TAKE SCIENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS
if you teel rowsy in the morning.
TAKE SCIENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS
if you cannot Sleep.
TAKE SCIIENCK'8 S PANDHAKp PILLS
n I you Want to Feel Well and Lively.
TAKE IK'S MANDRAKE PILLS llo
IF your Liver Does Not Act.
ae goiu onaeRa Pag ne PI
IAKEdoso SCIenCK'S MANDake Pill So
want tor Comaka oban.
TScECK MANDRAKE PillsI fou ave bieon
TARadso Scenck's Mandrake Pills f youto
are gopn ealn tse mornig.
TARKadSo Schenck's Mandrake Pills If 'youdl
TAKR oo Schonck's landrake Pills if you mc
TARS Scencflk's Mandrake Pls if you aee
droriklu wooinucaerbr. n
TARSBSchenck's Mandrake Pis if you hae te
TAKR Schenek's Madrake Pills If you re u
tobnd wite dllhey.he
T AR1 Schenk's Mandrake Pills If yr htoave
Tae tScheuck's Miadrae Plla illo arf
yroubhae wiiswater fh braa .
TAke Schei's Mandrake Pills If ae h
TAKE Schenek' a rae Pills ifar
troubhae pihl acrhein.
TuAr, Scesk's asnesPaks ilo hav
painhave te brat.
Take Senenk's Mandrakce P'ills If
you have toaregatitn or thelar.
Take Nehenesk's Mandcrake Pills if
you have blve orulcerls.
Tauke NIehsenek'n Mandrake Pillls if
Take Rehieek's Msandrake Pills If
you haveith goraivoel.r~gmi iaia
Tlake a e o leneks'Ma drae Pla-ak
youl ifn yoru e 3u izy-eade.
Take Nehentek's Mandrlakea IPIll if
you want yovur siicttinit. o lod
Take Nehenek's Niandr-ake Pills if
you gutrt tingad ogoohtuos.etakn
T~eake nehenek'Ma ndrak11 e pro- i
iyouiia a,ourivlor bItorighl lasevd.he
take veents pe bokx. ll i
Do not troltaeklg ands aogt htoah aea lrn
grpnghnt'e conraFthey are re-iSt~
pareds ison edly ollovJ.e1 i Scno Soix, Phists -
delipia. Va., aud sodirby orugite iver, hre
orgiiich, t-ihe iets percaih ondto trie
Agreesl abll git, n thfraciota areions uffer
wth srck hearechentodrontthechrapperainfinvehe
yptonage. Illhiey acn directlypon, teLiver, Cohe
orgnani ihs, hen isn frealh cotio, puitIe.
$thbodfo $20 wll boi amlely.t
onfe a caer oif i Codnpainu r Dspepsiae
whnthr thra wanssaoreilityvor.
thveuonetion th thseral P ailis. epae