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WONDERFUL REVlLA'IONS OP TH
The soientifto world has been greatl
startled and agitated of late by the d1scover
with the nioroscope of the most dreadfu
enomy of maikin(d in the form of myriads c
little death-dealing parasites. The ait w
breat 6 and live in is obargod with thee
deadl little growths in proportion as I
is in foted from various noxious sourceE
Having by recent experiments and researol
been shown to be the most fruitful caus
of disease known, and the welfare an
health of every individual depending s<
largely on the freedom from thoir destrue
tive ravages, it is but natural that the re
ports of recent investigators in this' field oi
soientifle inquiry should be widely road, ani
that every phase of these astounding disoov,
erioes should be subject to universal discuss
ion. At first recalved with some suspicior
the have at length been thoroughly proven
and are now receiving the unqualified in.
dorsement of the loading scientific mer
throughout the world. But little else h
talked of in the schools and clubs of sOience,
and the medical and scientific journals are
crowded with the testimony that is being
added corroborative of the value of the mar
velous discovery which is pronounced the
greatest advance in medical science of mod
To L. PAsTEUn, the eminent French
scientist, who by his learned investigations
has saved to France so many millions of dol
lure, is probably duo the honor of first point
ing out the terrible power of these germs.
In recognition of his great service the govern.
inont has recently voted him from the public
treasury $10,000 with which to continue hie
experiments. He has described several va
rietiesof those parasites, some comparativell
harmless, others extremely dangerous. Om
forn he proved by a series of vaccinationi
and other conclusive experiments was th(
cause of death of many thousands of ani
mnais and herds of cattle; another the active
ngont in the death of fowls by cholera. Act
ing upon the knowledge he had gained of
the nature of theso germs, he pointed out a
means of relief that speedily prevented a
spread of the diseases and ended their devas
TYNDALL, with the aid of other eminent
lish investigators, made a number of ex
an ations of the flonting particles i.txh
itl phoro and found numDox% -at lhvin
spore capable of produdtngd iseaso. In dr3
and II lthy localities but few germs wori
found, nd these of the harmless varieties
whilo low damp placos, crowded housei
ind ut ealthy cities, the poisonous gorii
%vere ox omnly numerous overywhero.
Dr It oxnt Koomi, of. Wallstoin, Gor
many, nan whose work in connection witi
the org nismns of contagious diseases hr
mado I i a recognized authority upon th<
subjec by ox primnonting after the methodi
of VTL' viM[N, hias disoovored and publislio
an .aet >nut of one of the most dangorout
varioti -a, to which it is proven more deathi
are di than to any diseaso incident to tli
hmii"' n race.
describes it is a simple cellular organ
k helonging to the same order as the it
teria. When dried the germs may, withou
losing any vitality, enduro great extremes o
temperature. Boing asline and as light ai
dust, invisible to the naked eye, they may b6
blown any distance by the wind or camTio<
upon the clothing or body. Like soods, the,
may lio for months or years Indisturboi
upon the fu rnituro, floor, carpets, curtains
walls, or in tho budding, and only requirin
a proper dogroo of warmith, moisture an(
food to wakon into life, develop and grow
'Thiy thrivo and live in the blood, lymph
mucus and secretions of the humint
body'? When the system is unhoalthl
or weak they attack the cells that mako I
tho animal framo. Any albuminous iluit
will furnish themn with food for growth, an
a singlo drop is sufficiont to contain hun.
dreds. Examiiined owilh microscopos of groal
)ower, which onlargo thom so that they ca
he seen mind studied, they havo the appoar.
ance of minuto rodliko bodios having, wher
activo, soimo power of motiom. They bond it
the middle like a bow and straighten with a
jork that sonds thomi a few times their owi
iongth. At the tenporaturo of tho huma
body they are the ost active.
Th'leir power of increase or reproduction i
remarkably great. Omne georm in a few weeks
time, uder favorable coniditions, wvili giv<
rise to millionis. Thelm procesa is by sinmph
growvth and division. Cold dostroys or pro
mal foods. lxposed to wvarmnth these smal
orgamisms attack and eat upi iho albumiinoum
tissues, loaving a foul mass. Tme odors at
commion to this process are given off by thoes<
mninuto.organmismn,and is abmout the onily indi
catiomi of thI our presence. Th'lis is thme wvarnini
of nature anmd it is an instinot to avoid all suce
smells. Thie foul breat h, bad odors of oldm iOrs,
etc., 1loads man to avoid those germs ini a
groat measure. Tili h dager of their prmos
ence in theo body can lie imagined wvhen thieii
rapid increase is considered. A fowv germm
may be roadily absorbed inte theosystemn bm
bireathing air containing them. They arm
thus drawn into the interior of the bod:
through thme long and narrow respirator3
passages of the thiroat,, chest and nose, whmiol
are lined with soft imenimanm amid covere,
with sticky mucusi. Inm this fluid they lime
ready lodgmient aind favorable condi
tions for dovelopmient1 increase am
growth. The " cold'4 or catarrhi
ozmena or chronioe catarrh, hay fever
etc., are commmon nmnifstations of the of
feets of one, ot the least harmful of timea
germs or mwricoz!m'ms. Inm the discharge;
from time respiratory paissmages at such time
thiousands of tlme living animalculmn are fotum'
Th7le fever, debility, puainis " in the bonies,
loss of ippetito, etc., are imdioations of thoi
deopressmng effects upmon thle vital organs.
Jt is from agerms of slower development
however, that the greatest danigor follows
T1o the one most fully described by Koonm I
due mere deaths thami to army other knowi
cause. According to time researches of (Our
'ria, FIArr and l)EJEatNE, over eight mnilliom
lcoplo die eveiry your frmmi this cause alone
'l'he annuail deaths in France, England
Germanmy and liussia from thir dcstruiet,i
was ever onie amid a half millions, in the
Uinited States and Umanada ever three hun
dred thiousanid personms polmishied in the las
year from the bacWlus alone. Tlhe mos
common disease resultinig from it is conm
Sumptioni of the lungs but other organs e
tme body are liable to G>e alcood as they de
velop) slowly but surely ini many organ tha
may be in a weak or unhmealthy state.
if active ammd healthy, the liver, kidmney
and bowvels hmavo to a wonderful extent thi
jiower of expellinug thmese deadly animnalcuhi
or paraisitos from uhe system. And this faic
fmirmaihes an important inidicntion for the
successful treatmnont of all the long list ol
rnaladies caused by those i arasites as will be
Tme studies of L ANOJsoA, an eminent Itallan
and Woon, FOnIMAD amid others, arc interest
ing, as shmowimg thme large variety of chronic
diseases as huorotofore classified, that resuli
from these gemns. Amnong the mostonmmoom
were "liver complaint," biliousness or torpic
liver, dyspepsia or idigest,ion, lung affeo.
tions. bronchitis* kiduey diseases, chronic
diarrhea, spinal complaint, fever-sores
'white swelllings hip-joint disease, rhoeuma
tism, malarial diseases, such as fever and agul
or mntermilttent fever, general aiid nervou
debilities, fomaile weaknesses, ehroiecatarrn
of the head or ozaora, many forms of n
hemalthy discharges from internal orgmans, ai
all the various serofulous affections of th<
skin, glanids, bomnes, jointe, etc., includhing
consumption, which is but scrofolous die
ease of thme ugs.
In this large catalogne of apparemntly wide
ly differing diseases, but really all dlepmendini
upon a common 04nus8 andc therefore natu
rally to be.successfully Lreated on thme minmm
general pirmoiphem examimnationm of thme bloo
and scretions revealed large mnubors o:
those p'srasites, and( curiously enough the
number bore a direct relation to th<
severity of the disease, a compar
atively small nminhor being pres
ont in mid - cases anid a ven
large p)roportion imn badh cases. Under the usi
of time speciic treatmnt which they give
and which is substantially tiio same as tha
described amid recomnmonded later in thmis re
view, the numaber was seen to steadily dimnita
ish from day to day until, with the restora
tion of health amid bodily strength, the,
could not be found at all,
Them greatest variety of symptoms wer
fon eoacompany their presence, dud t
pne)uiarties ofthecosttutionm the pamrt c
the body most seriously affectedI, and the cf
forts of the different organs.to rid the systeil
of these germs. Among the mosi, commo1
were frequent headaches, nouralgic paina
nausea, constipation poor or variable appe
tites, diarr.i, bail breath, hectic fevem
cough, nIght-sweats, cold extremities
dyspepsia, catarrh, sore throat, ser
eyes, etc., whbile where the skin W.m
affected, salt-rho~um boils, carbur
elee, sourf skin, orysipois, St. Anthony's flr
and ot,her symptoms were common,'and al
gradually but with certainty were cured hb
the samemeanis. The hoetio feier so ofte:
- met with in consunption, with the hackln
-or tearing-ough, night sweats diarrhe
and ithe symtns n o tna ai sodora ot -
Sur" Qj,48tU #Jt Uaexpel tri er 'were
8s0 readily contro and In the
same way as were the old soresi absoones
and ulcers in the lung, liver and other im.
portant organs. I ,
The corrosive acids and mineral poisons
are found to possess the power of killing
these' germs, but the dangerous nature of
f sueh goerful agents prevent their internal
Sus. Vor the purpose of expelling the germs
e when once within the system it is necessary
t td resort to vegetable remedies in order to
, oleanse the blood of the germs without in
jury to the patient.
3 An American physician of large experi.
I once in the treatment of all forms of chronic
diseases, now conclusively shown to be
caused by parasitic life, for many years de
voted much time to the investigation of the
I causes of these affections, and in the treat- -
iment of many thousands of cases developed
and thoroughly tested a combination of veg
etable agont which he used with marvelous
success in their oure.
In cases of wasting disease, as consump.
tion or scrofula of the lungs and -other or.
gans, and in all cases attended with great
weakness it was found to exert the most
wonderfu tonic and restorative influences,
beside its nutritive properties far surpass
those of cod liver oil or any of the remedial
agents resorted to by the medical profession
in such caeos. e-ypophosphitos iron and
quinine bear no comparison to t in build
ing up the strength of the debilitated. The
recipe, as advised by him, has been used for
years with the greatest success in a vast and
most successful practice.
The written experience of the many suffer
ers who have been cured and who express in
terms of the highest praise their indorse
nent of its great value, are sufficient to fill
volumes. Living witnesses are everywhere,
monuments to modern genius and secientilc
progress in the healing art.
Sufferers from "liver complaint," giving
rise to "bad blood," consumption, scrofula,
and other affections and symptoms, the re
sults of blood poisoning from the ravages
of the doad ly parasites or disease
gorms so briely referred to, find in this
remedy prompt relief and a permanent curm
Thogreat and increasing demand for thil
God-given and peerless remedy forr qmany
apparently differo b tre yiiidred, nil.
monts, I preparation In pure and
con int form under the name of Dr.
rco's Goldon Medical Discovery. It cau
obtained the world over at drug and gen
eral stores, an full directions for its use
will be found in the panphlet that surrounds
each bottle. It exerts the most won
derful stimulating and invigor
ating influence on the liver, that
greatest gland of the human system, which
has boon not inaptly termod the "house
keeper of our health." Through the in
creased action of the liver and other enune
tory organs of the system, all poisonous
gorms are rendered inactive and gradually
expelled fron the system withother inpuri
ties. In1 sonmc cases, where there are un
healthy disclarge., as from the nostrils in
casos of either acute or chronic catarrh, the
use of Dr. Bago's Ontarrh Rtemedy, a
mild and heling antisoptic lotion,
should be assoiated with the use of
the iscovery. It is also advisable to use
this lotion in other local manifestations of
disense of imucous surfiaces. By this means
the germs of disoaso are destroyed and the
menibranes cleansed before any of the
poisonous bacilli are absorbed into the
blood. In sore throat, quinsy or diphtheria,
the Uatarrh iomedy liquid should be used
as a garglo, and the Golden Medical Dis
covery taken freely.
II women whore weakness of special or
* rans is common and almost cortain to be
dovolopod, attended by backachu, bearing
down sensations and other localsymploms,
the uso of Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescrip.
tion in conjunction with that of the Dii
overy, spoedily restores the healthy func
tions and assists in building up and invig
orat.ing the system.
In any caso where the bowels have boon
costive and are not rogulated aid acted upon
su1iciently by the mild laxativo properties
poisossed by the Goldon Medi-al Discovtr,,
Dr. Piorco's Pleasant Purativo Pellets (little
livor pills) taken insimall doses of only one
or two encl day, will aid materially in estab
lishing hlthy act,ion timd in explling the
disease-producing girmis froni the blood and
At the r:isk of repetition and by way of re
enitlationm, wo may truthfully saiy that
Gioldeii Modical Discovery cures all humers,
from the worst sofeula toii comnmon bloth,
disiensos caused b)y disense germs in the
blood, are.conquiered by this powerful, purl
fyinig anid inivigornitng miinie. Groat cat
inig ulcors rapidly heal uinder its benign influ
ences.. Espocinilly has it mtanifested its po0
leoney i eiirmig totter, rose rash, boils, car
buncles, sore eyes, scrofulous sores and swell
liings, white swellings, goiter or thick neck
andt oinlarged glands.
" Them blood ia the life." Tihiorougbly
clease this fountain of health by using Gold
en Medical D)iscovery, and good digestion,
a fair skin, buoyant sp)irits, vital strength
alid souimdiness of constitutionacetb
Consum ption, which Is scrofulous disease
of thoelugs induced by thme deadly disense
genrm huerflus, la promp~tly anid poeitively ar
rostedl anmd curiodl by this sovereign renmedy,
if taiken bieforme the last stages of the disense
nire reaned. From its woniderfuml power ever
this terribily fatal disease, wvhen first offering
thisnowv wvorld-fa,ned remedy to the public,
n). Piv.ncithught favorably of calling It his
coinsumpition eureo," but abandoned thnt
naie as loo restrictive for a medicine that
romt its wenderful combinationm of germ
destroying, as well as tonic erstre'ngthening,
a lterativo or' blood-cleansing, anti-bilious.
diuretic, petoral aiid inutritive properties ig
umnequrled, not only as a remedy for coni
suinpm~tionm of the lungs, but for all chronic
diseases of the lhver, blood, kidneys amid
If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, have
s:tilowv color of skin, or yellowish brown
stiots oni race or biody, freouonit headache or
dlS'izuitiSS, haid tasto in mouth, iinternal heat
tin.t'.iills, alternated with hot flashes, low
Sspirits and gloomy forobodings, irregular
n iilOetitouiand toiiguo coated, you are suffering
from mmdigestionm, dyspojisla, and tori,id liver
or " biliousness." Ini many cases only part
- of these symnptonms are experienced. As a
f roemeudy for all such cases, D)r. Pierce's Gold.
. en Medical Discovery has no equal, as it of
l ootspefot and radical cures. '
Fo)r weak lungs, spitting of blood, short
a hreath, coinsuimitive inighit sweats and kini
a dIred affections, it is a sovereign remedy. Ini
thme cure of bronchitis, severe coughs and
consumiption, it hnas astoiishied thie medical
faculty, aind emninent physicians pironounce it
thu greatest medical discovery of thoe age.
I en,mtritivo propoerties possessed by cod
t,hose oif the Golden Medical Discovery. It
rap)idly builds up the system and increascs
thme losh and weight of those reduced below
thue usual standard of health by wastinig
The lan of treatment that we have so
briefly outlined in this article for the large
class of chronio diseases referred to has long
been acknowledged to be the mosL success
. fiil, based as It is upon thme belief shared by
the most skillful medical men of the day,
thalit the only way to get rid of thme nox-.
lotis diseaso-producing germs in the blood
and system Is throu gh thme liver, kidneys and
bowels, amid thereofore that those agcenta
which are kunown to act most efficiently iii re
Sstoring healthy action of these organs are the
.ones mo3st to lie relied umpon. For this liur..
piose thme Golden Medical Discovery is pre
- eminentlit thme agent that fulfills every indica
r ion of treatmuent r,Qiredl.
"HlAvE you had a job to-day, Tim 2"
inquired a well-known, legal gentleman
of the equally well-knownm, jolly, florid
faced old diraymanu,' wa0, rain or shine,
summer or winter, is rarely absent from
a his piost in iront of thme Michigan Ex
change. "Bledad, I did sor."." "Hlow
many ?" "Onuly two, sor." "Hlow much
(did you got for both ?" "Sivlnty centa,
y sor." 'Beventy cents I How In the
world (10 you expect 6o live andt keel)
your horso on 70t conta a day ?" "Some
,.day s 1 have ia diozen jobs, sor; lbut bus
inlaess has been dull to-dlay, sor. Only
athe haulin' of a thrumnk for a gintleman
for 40 clnas an' a load of furniture for
30 chute; an' there was the patsa an' the
:kittIes, an' the divil only knows phat
s a big load, nor." "Do you carry big
a loads of household gooda for 83 cent.s?"
Shew was a poor widdy, sor, an' had no
imore to give me, I took nill she had,
y sor; an' bedaid, sor, a lawyer could have
a 'lne no better nor that, sor." Aaid old
Tim had won his Awet hall,
CAna or IYouNG STOO*-We plead
with the farmor for more tender care b
md comfortable quarters for young le
toL There'is not only.humanity in tl
t, but money. Duripg the first year tU
lhe foundatioil is laid for the' mature di
mimal. If it is dwarled the rst win- h
er, it will at maturity be only p dwarf. di
.d scrub. The time to make large ti
Irames is the first year, and without ti
trames no profitable superstructure can ti
be reared And the Iowa farmer is com
pelled to raise the largest and inest f<
beeves, or quit the business, The v
plains and mountain valleys of the Ter- o
ritories can- raise second-class stock w
sheaper than we can. Haying plenty o
f tame grass and grain,we can produc tc
x superior article, which will always
bring its full value in New York, Bos- p
on, Philadelphia or Europe. The de- si
nand for supirlor beeves is rapidly in-' q
3reasing, and it is evident the supply n
will never meet the demand. This o
brings us back-to our subject, Take ti
3are tenderly of the young stock, for at p
this season only can the Joundation be t
aid for the beeves Iowa must depend u
in for the future.
A GERMAN writer calculates that a e
;ingle grain of wheat producing fifty a
grains the subsequent season, and each I
year resown, would in the twelfth sea- f
son produce enough to feed all the peo- a
1)le in the world for a generation. The a
ustimate of fifty grains from one seed is
heoretically not too much, as it is cften b
Dxceeded by single grains carefully sown. w
But in practide we find that the average d
iowing of one and a half or two bushels 8
3f seed per acre produces'a crop of ten 1i
to forty bushels, which at the best is a
aot much more than twenty five grains y
ror each seed.
ONE Of the largest silos in Europ3 is s
said to be in France, on the property of 6
M. Vicomte Arthur do 0heseiles, in the i
Department of the Oise. In this is do- g
lposited the produce of 170 acres. The e
silo is descriwed as an oblong shed,roof- t
ed with tiles 72 yards in length, 61 t
yards wide and 41 yards high, forming u
an admirable Dutch barn, under which t
a gr<at portion of the cereat p outme of
the farm is stored at time of iirvest. it
Th% floor, instead of beincr level with d
the giround, is sunk al.out 12 feet,and is it
paved and drained. In this great pit is t
stored the ensilage. t
SuEEP will endure sevtra cold if kcpt &
dry; but exposure to storms, either rain
or snow, is very hurtful. The water i
remains in the wool, and in an atmos- i
p)here little, if any, above freezing, it f
chills the body a long time. It is for m
this reason that an r-pen winter is gen- i
orally unfavorable f >r leeding sheep. If d
kept housed they are too warm, their 0
appetite fails and they lose flesh, no i
matter how fed. The coarse wooled r
sheep are more impatient of wet than t
the Ime wooled, thu heavy, oily gum on t
the wool of the latter keeping the water t
from pametrating the skin.
WhEN you soll off the turkeys don't
sell all the largest and keep only the
small, late hatched broods. .Beforeyou
iaell or kill a single turkey, select the ~
very best for next season's breeding
stock. Sometimes it is good policy to
keep the late turkeys through the win
ter and send them to market in March.
They will grow right througha the winter
and, turke,ys,good ones, always command
a good price during the latter part of
Februaiy and in March.
THEnEiit is no animal so easily clhoked
ats a ptg; andi( there are undoubfedly
many eases in which men have p)oured
mixtures fearlessly into the moutit of a
sciearning pig, but only to feel a dead
weight on their hands, and see the p)oor
Fiimalstretched litless at their feet. As
a useful purgative for pig.', we may
inention a coup')e of croton beans, bruis
a I and mixed with the food. Nitre and
sulphur are among the remedies often
of service, and easily administered.
WVHEN pigs oO not thrive and try to
oat gravel or earth it is a symptom of
mndigestion. They are p)rooably over
fed. Rteduce their food one half, (Jive
two pigs half a p)int of sweet oil or lin
seed oft in the iood daily for twvo or 3'
days,and as they recover gradually give
them a little dry corn in addition to their
food. Somne charcoal wvould be of ser
vice, and may be given frequently.
THE valuation of sheep ma le in the
highlands of Bcotland has reached a
pa)int wvhich oven old flonkmasters have
not seen um p.assed. Sellers are often
astonished at, the p)rices th -y receive,
while buyers are paying prices at wvhich
they would have been appalled a year
ago. This is espacially true of desira
ble breeding stock, while thie boom ox
tends through all grades cf decent mut
IN doing up wool the fleece should be
puit ump so as to be compae,atively loose,
light and easy to inspect and handle.
.Lay the fleece on thie table, turn in the
head, tail and flanks, and roll It up,
commencing at the tail end. Tie with
two strings to kot-p the roll in place,
and then one anout the ends, The su.ings
can be laid In grooves sawed into the
folding platform, so that the fleece can
lie tied quickly.
THm'greater part of the soil of Eng- ~
land has been under cultivation for a
thousand years, and yet the landl is
richer and the crops more prolitic than
they were a thousand years ago. Why,
[lhen, shnuld so many thousands of
acres in many sections of thIs country
have become so greatly deteriorated in
p)roductiveness in a comp)aratively few
years? Careless and unskilled culture I
must necessarily be the answer, f
IN (iermany, during the slippery sea- El
son templorary calkcs are used Ior horae. t
shoes. Two sharp painted studs an r
inch long are screwecd into holes left in r
[lie shoe, and when the horse enters the C
stable they are takeun out and a button I
screwed into their p)lace, thereby pre- i
venting all damage to the horse and
keeping the screw holes from filling.
A IlAnnar, sawed in two in the middle ~
makes a couple of good tubs for feedling
grain to cows or stock but unless they
have a hoop round the ta p they often
break to p):Oces in a short time. If the a
cnds are sawed off just above the second
raw of hoops, they make stout, handy a
tubs about 8 or 10 inches deep. that ai
will stand a good deal of knocking 1t
BAruB Ponx.--Many a man has had
pork fail to keep properly, for the sim
p)1e reason that it was salted in a frozen o
condition. Frozen met-hthymt o
ton, poerk, or beef, wi not propotly as- o
siiate the salt, and cannet be dtpan- t,
dedl on to keep in bsot weatheor. a
VSFUr' 4if you haVO plain
bnled ro'6 er, and have a little m
fit, it is e'io , n ary that g
is sh 14, h'ownaway; It wil help s
make "s fritters; add milk anO
our 14d' or the baitsr; If You
ave frtit to in, soxmuch the be r; l
rop by Is In hot ird and fry
i a delicate brown; a little sugar In
to batter helps to give it a brown
There s danger, as many people have ti
>und to their sorrow, o; a gossamer
ater-proof- dracking when stiffened by a
>d; so before putting it on, in severe *
eather, wart It before the fire, both
iteid' ad in, and this danger is eyer- ,
A ret7 wo to make a border for a
Xto worK uIt is to piece one narrow h
2ki of straight bits of silk: sew to the yc
ut then put around it a row of blocks
atching thb'centre of the quilt;. an<|h
Atide of thi put a wide strip similar bi
> the narrow one. The effect is very bl
retty, and this is a good way to,utilize
le strip of iilk ieft that could not be
sed in the blocks.
Do not thow away as useless the
doe left in the can when you send the w
terries from it to the taole; it makes V
a excellent flavoring for pudding sauce. tr
ou do not care to use it immediately, w
is beat to 'Aald it and put it in a I
nail can a'lt seal it. Use it in the t
e8 as frel 'as if it were wine.
For the' sak of variety try this for a
reakfast: BOiy some nice pork chops,
ith little fat about tht m; fry them a
elicate brown, and pour hot tomato
tuce over them. lake gravy, using a p
ttle of the fat fried out of the pork; b
mud to the table with baked potatoes, e'
arm corn bread and coffee. a
A little magnesia and water will some
MUs correct the aoldity of a child's
toma.ob and render unnecessary any 01
bronger medicine. Powder a teaspoon- 1
il of the magnesia, and put it in half a
lass of water; it will not dissolve, of
ourse, but will mix with the water so ,
at an infant can swallow it. Give a in
3aspoonful of this three times a day o
ntil indications warrant you in discon- s
When baking a fish that is not oily, is
is an addition to the goodness of the ,
inner to bake potatoes in the pan with
. Peel the potatoes and out them in
lick slices, and seive them on the plat
er with the :ish. The potatoes, if per- U
'ctly cooked, will be brown and crisp
Instead of the conventional way of p
noasseeing a rabbit, iry this way; Out t<
, up as if for fricusseemg; let it boil ta
Dr fif teen minutes, then put it in fresh fe
fater; sprinkle a little salt over it; let p
a boil in this until it is tender, then el
rain off all but about half a teacupful lm
,f the water, add a lump of butter and
>rown the rabbit in this. When done,
emove to a hot platter, add boiling wa- o
er in the kettle for the gravy; pour N
his, when thickened and cooked, over ti
he rabbit. Send to the table with &
towed cranborried or cranberry jelly, t<
or a garnish.
DREssING TAnLEs.-TOilet or dressing
ables are very convenient; and add con
iderably. to the beauty of a pretty fur
shed bedroom. It is surprising how
inch can be effected at home in pro- d
Lucing this vey necessary piece of
urniture. A few hours' labor and a e
aige share of taste will transform an
in.u?y -da. gua boz into azn tutietto
Iressmng table. The materials required
re tinted cambric, plain Swiss or dotted"
nuslin, a little lace and some ribbon,
blake a curtain of the cambric (after
aiving covered. the box with the same
~oods), and tack it to the upper edge of b
he box. It should just touch the floor, a
)ver this place the muslin, evenly d
~athered or laid in knit plaits. A lace
dging from two to bour inches wide is
titched arond the lower edge. The
op of the box is covered with the same
naterials laid on smoothly. TIhe pin
aushion and .ide boxes are all covered
rith the camnbaic and musliu. These i
atter are formed of still paper, and
med with cambrio. Ribbon bows are
aked on the corners of the table,
vhichi is placed beneath a window whore
strong light can be had, and when
ised in the evening the table is easily '
uoved near a gas bracket. Tables of
his description covered with cretonne
re very pretty. For a very small suma
carpenter will form the frame, and a
>oxes for a diessing ta ble, some of which a
,rc made with a drawer and side closet, Y
hat is vei y convenient when a snug ana
atlher comipacot style of living is adopted, a
THE UTILITY OF NEATNESS IN DuREss.
-Neatuta,s is, however, the great its. E
ideratum to econowy in dress. If the I0
oilet is carefully made, the dress tidy, i
veil titting and neatly put on, and the t
ollar or irill spotless, the eflect can
carcely fail to be attractive. Ta keep
~armnents fresh and neat much pamns is
mecessary. The dress mnust be br ushed ~
ir at least shakeu wvhen taken off, and d
ec carelully hung up, not tossed down
n a c?aair or tue bed iu a crumnplen a
Leap. Gloves should be tenderly
nmoothed out, frills roiled up and
traightened and ribbons smoothed over
he lungers, tightly roiled up and paneot ~
vith a line nee.dIe; a pin isI apt to leave
he mark behind i in unsightly holes.
CASE AU LArr.-This is composed of
oiled m.ilki 'or, ratber, milk brought toa
he boll, an'd collee, half and half. Have
large coffee cup, put in sugar to your
aste; take a pot of the hot milk in one
and and a pot of the hot coffee In the
ther, at d, holding them eight or ten I
uches high, pour each at the same time u
uto the cup, so as to make a foam on
EGS A L'AUnoRE. -Have fifteen
ard-boiled eggs, separate the whites
rom the yolks. Chop the whites with
talf of the latter. Prepare a stiff cream
auce, put the chopped eggs into it, Ii
lhen pour It into a dish. Strain the
est of the yolks through a sieve, ar- ir
ange them on the others and pour some
larifled butter; add a pinch of salt,
'ut in a hot oven, The eggs must cook
A PLAQUE recently painted by a lady L
i New York is searcely distinguishable
ro-n Limioges ware. Upon the old blue ri
a.ckground water lilies with brown
mnves are strongly and effeotively out- I
ned, and the finsh is particularly
Turm rage for tambourines may be h
apposed to be dying out, but unfortu
ately this absurd fashion Is likely to
e closely followed by a sti more ri- 0
ioulous adaptation of guitars and vlo.
us to purposes of decoration.
To MAEU a wall splasher, cut a piece
I white oil cloth the shape of the top
fan envelobe. Work in shell stitch i
rocheot with' otowel all arotund. AdA u
go pockets, one on each side for tooth si
d ial brush, - - si
ther, "go own to he oeryand
0mo a-can of r pse.' "I should
uiri to e1 " anered the boy.
lo on, 1 tell you." .. , should liip
Mp." "If you don't go this instant I
11 te l your fate, hen.he poes
me." " sbould. blow to tattle."
ever mind sir. "I should whoop I
squeal." When the father came the
Dther said: "I wish that you'd whip
)m, He positively refused to go down
the grocery. and told me that I was
battler and that he would jump on me
I didn't mind." "TomI" "Yes, sir."
What was that you said to your moth
to day?" "Never said nothing."
[hen I am a story-teller and you are
pretty boy," said the mother. "Look
ire, young man, if you don't behave
iurself, I'll thrash you; do you hear,
e ?" "I should titter tb'sfortrl iGa
ire to me, sir." And the young man
uirmed to wriggle, limped to jump,
ew to tattle, whooped to squeal and
tered to snort.
On Thirty Days' Trial.
The Voltal Belt Co., -Marshall, Mich.,
ill send Dr. Dye's Celebrated E0lectro
oltaic Belts and Electric Appliances on
Jal for thirty days to men (young or old)
ho are afflicted with nervous debility,
,at vitality and kindred troubles, guaran
eing speedy and complete restoration of
sth and manIV vigor.-Address as
)ove.-N. B.-No risk is incurred, aE
drty days' trial is allowed.
A wir wanted her husband to sym
tthise with her in a feminine quarrel;
it he refused, saying: "I've lived long
iough to learn that oue woman is just
i good hs another-if not better I"
Atid I," retorted his exasperated wife.
have lived long enough to learn that
ie man is just as bad as another-if
A Remarkable Cure of Scrofula.
WHilam S. Baker, of Lewis. Vogo county. Ind.,
ites as follows: "My son was taken with scrofula
the hip when only two years old. lie tried sov.
il pysicians but the boy got no reliif fron their
)atment. Noticing your scovil's Sarsaparilla and
lilingia, or Blood and Liver Syrup, recommended
highly, I bought some of it of you hit the year
52. and continued taking it till the sores finally
sled up. no is now twenty-one years of age, and
ing satisfied that your modicino did him so much
od when he used it. we want to try it again in an
[ier case, and now write to you to get sonue more
Daker's Pain Panacoa cure. pain In Man and Beast.
u) Externally and lnternllv.
PROFEasOR: "My dear madam, the
rogress of modern astronomy is as
oundiug. We know the distance be
reen the sun and the planets within a
iw thousand miles," Madam; "Yes,
rofessor; but think of it, we know
ren the names of all these distant lum
Pure cod liver oil, troin selected livers,
2 the seashore. by Caswell, Hazard & Co.,
, Y. -Absolutely pure and sweet. Pa
ents who have once taken it prefer it to
i others. Physicians declare it superior
i all other oils.
Chapped hands, face, pimples and rough
rm cured by using Juniper Soap, made
v Caswell, Hazard & Co.. New York.
SAID Brown, who had just returned
om a visit outside between acts: "Oh,
arling, I've had such a fright! iIt al
tost took my breath away I" "Moroy 1"
rolaimed Mrs. B., turning her face
way; "I wish it had, yohn." And
olhn loouced sheepish enough, as he
yly inserted a clove in his mouth.
Quc-rious that the Chinese men should
ave such long hair. Ladies if you woulId
ave your hair as long as the Chinese and
beautiful as a Hlourl's, use (Jarboline, the
codorized petroleumn hair renewer and
A r'rrm boy was out with his big
rother shooting. They came to a
mureiiyard. There, in a tree, an owl
as sitting. The boy with a gun shot
, to the horror of his little brohjer,
ho exclaimed: "Oh, Tommy I what
ave you been and done ? You have
een and shot a cherrybum I"
IWothier swan'si vwm Syrup.
Infallible, tasteless, harmiless, cathartic; for fe
erishiness, restlessness, worms, constipation, 260.
FIFTEEN geuine Sioux Inuians who
re seeing Gotham amuse the people
I a hotel by eating with their bands
ud dressing outlandishly. As they
'oar slk hats they think they are civil.
sed. This is am very comraoii mistake
tuong other people besides Indians.
V EOETINE is now p.rescrlibed in cases of
erofula, and other diseases of the blood,
y many of the best physicians, owing to
a great suiccess in curing all diseases of
A NEBRASKA mani committed suicide
ecause hie owed a debt of seventy-five
ants. It is presumed tliat he became
iscouraged at his lailure to run the
3ere up to a thousand dollars or so,
iud concluded that life was not worth
Ladies and chllaren 's boots and shoes
annot run over if Lyon's Patent Heel
iffeners are used.
A YOUNG mian always wants to see
imslf as others see him; and doing
he he will find that his ears never
sem so big as they do in spring
me after lie has had his hair cut for
Malaria, chills, positively dulred by
mnory's 8tandard OUre Pills. TIheir eal
nknown, sunal-coated; no griplng,, 25c.
A REPOnTERI on a Providence paper
enut to a funeral and got run over by
ac hearse, and the way folks are laugh.
g at that paper and the liveliness of
a news collectors is simply distracting
Dr. Kline's Great. Nerve Restorer is thme
arvel of the age for all nerve diseases. All
n stoppd free. send to 981 Arch Street'
lilade[p la, Pa.
A SARDONIC offic:r: "Don't pull me
round so," said the thief to the police
ian: "I have a felon upon my finger."
And I have my fnger upon a felon,"
imarked the policeman.
"BmsT' COUGH BALSAM IN'rTs WORL.D." Try it,
rlee 10e. F. W. KiN4saAN A 0., Augusta, hit in.
IP WIggin)s predlelion had come tru4
e intended to advance a step in ha~
rognostications and predict that the
ourth of July this year would come
a the 19th of August and stick to it.
The quick, eomipiete sure, all annoying Kidney,
adder and Urinary Diseases. $1. Druggists.
"PA," paid a little boy at the theatre
ie other n.ignit "I wish I could hurry
p and get bald-headed." "Why, my
in?" "BLecause then 1 could' always
t on the front row of cairs,"
arwere a B3oston cpe wh~O had
wen iairied buta f0w, weeks,' nd ay
"Ist g to houe&66 4, i e
dLband -stood At' the iarea door one t
dorning. with the saarket b4s .t
tand bride threw her mw:s 16 to TOY
is heck ad said: "Do god ind ove
no so very, very muoh, "Bra "or .'P
'Bunkey Jill Momiment may fail,"lihe
mwerod with enthutiash1 ,but m
ove wAU always stand." "Well the,
he e;laiimea kissing him, "don't forget
Never interrupt any conversation with I
ibacking Cough ; it creates a bad im
>rsslon. Better invest a quarter of a
Iollar in a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough
;yrup and cure it.
A M En fell in love' with a girl at
irst sight she wab equally smitten with
o entire courtship was; "My
"Hough on tats.-.
Clears out rats, mice roaches, Ilies, onts, bed
)ugs, skunks, 0hipmunis, gophers. 1W0. Druggists
OARAMIL.-To make caramel, put in
to a porcelain sauc-pau say half a
pound of sugar and a tablespoonful of
water. Stir it constantly over the, fire
until it ham a bright, dark-brown color,
being careful not. to let it burn or black
on, Then add a teacupful of water and
a little salt; 'let it boil a few moments
longer, cool and strain it. Pt it away
In a close corked bottle, and it is.always
ready for coloring soups.
JUST WHAT I NEEDED.
MR. ST1 RVNS: ALTIMoRE, Md., May 4,1879.
Detr Sir: I have in the spring of the year a
faint, sinking feeling in the stomach, and this
spring have been so weak that I felt the need' of
Something. A friend who had used VEGETINE
advised me to take some I did so and it proved to
be just what I needed, it builds tlhe wholesystem
up, and makes one feel like a new person.
Mrs. ELIZABETH PotRTER,
120 Chestnut StreeL
BALTIMOR E, Md., April 29, 1879.
Dear Sir: I have been suffering from Itheuna
Vsm and Indigertion for over two years and since
I have commenced taking your VEETINE I have
received great benellt. I have taken but two hot
ties, and I think with the aii of a few more I will
be restored toi my health again. I can recommend
Lhe VEETINE for what it has done for me.
Mirs. H. J. EwIvs
119 N. high St.
Loss or Appetite, Lassitude
and General )ebility.
BOsTON, Mass., May 11, 1879.
Mu. JosEPu R. GRosE:
Dear Sir: Your cordIal recommendation of
VEGETINE as a Spring Medicine and Blood Puri
fier Induced me to give it a thorough trial, and I
candidly admit that in my experience It is all you
have clained for it. My daughter has aliays been
afflicted with Scrofula humor in a very severe
form and particularly in spring was badly troubled
wIth q6oftAetVsItude and General )e
bility. The V ETINE had the desired effect and
we are never without it. Its success was so ap
parent In this case that many of my friends and
relatives have also tried it, with general satisfac
tion. Any further Information will be cheerfully
given by Yours truly
GEO. It. tILLA1US
Health Department City Hall.
15 TEE BST
Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists.
Best Isa the world. tilet thee genutne.
Every piackaste taas oe,r te-ad-uarwk
d Is n wed aFramser's. s o L I)
WrldE. Write for partluls to I. tE(iISkEE. Pro
~g8 UHEETs fine writing paper, In blotter,
with calendar, by mail for 2ac. Agent.
WVanted. ECONOMY PRINTING Co., Newbury
A NAK ESIS
Dr.S. Sisbee's ExteraPileBemedy
Gives instant relief and Is an liallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILESa
Sd by DruggIsts everywhere. PrIce .1.00 per boxt
~n all sunferers, by I.c aetedcrA Co.o Bean
ow York City. BolemanufA.tnrneraof ".Anake?l
B A NOOT KI ACOIEN1T S
The oteaptivai narratv vof earl border lie
o0t1 r leginrsr. A ents are no soea
tor sn terms and e rou ars free.
Douglass Brotliers, 5 N. th treet. Phil., Pa.
$50ays.eaI$2 Sample Free
Add Iss Ae oru eny15 u s treet,N.Y.
weor t eue't is '~~ .F1 .rg
fot-a PilAELPHIIA SINGER
ofthis style. Equal to any
SIger Iin the masrktt. Ifn..
sies wber, en aenit to be
e.u.emin.'.l bforo yntepg,
far.if. This is the sane te
All MaChi,nes rrantedfo
year. Send for XIlneirated Cir
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CHAJILES A WVOti A Co
These asnswevsus an aatvevtlsesnans
wal u ,ontew a faYvr usoun the adlver.
tisev anid thme pubiIeh- by agattag
ahptee naw .ahe aG Vetfieiset ms
Ask the most eminenl ph)sicn
Of any school, what is the.st.hi in
he world for quieting siad aly alt4rd
ation of the nerveo and curing l forms
i nervous conpkI, 1 n4olro
hildt,ektreshig leep alwiys ?
And they will tell you un leltiiigly
"8owe form of Hope I"
0IAPTHR I. -
Ask any or all of the most eminent phy
"What is the best and only remedy that
an be relied on to cure all diseases of the
udneys and,urinary organs; sucli as Brights
itsiase, diabetes, retention or inability to
etain urine, and all the dlseases and all
nents pecu'lar to Women''
"And they will toll you explicitly and
Ask the same physicians
"What is the most reliable and surest
)ure for all liver diseases or dyspepsia, con
itipation, indigestion, blliouQness, malari
ever,ague,& etc.," and they will tel
Mandrake I or Dandelion I"
.Hen whentheser are* com.
Aled ~Oieri equally valuable
And compounded into Hop Bitters, suell
wonderful and mysterious curative pow
3r is developed which is so varied in its
:perations that no disease or ill health can
possibly exist or resist its power,and yet it is
Harmless lor the most frail woman,
weakest.invilid or smallest child to use.
"Almnost dead or nearly dying"
For years, and given up by physicians
ot Bright's andother kidnel y diseases, liver
complaints, severe coughs calle(I consuiip
tion. have been cured.
Women gone nearly crazy I
From agony of neuralgia, nervousness, wakeful.
ness and variotis oiseases pieoul ar to wonen.
People drawi out of shape froin exurticiating
pautr's of Ilettluatlanll.
. Inlainiatory and chronic, or suffering from
1a1t rheum, blood poiq0onir, dyspepIa, indigos
1ion, anti In Inct 1tl"nost all diseahes frail
Nature is heir to
Have been cured by Ilop BItters, proof of which I
can be found in overy neigliborhood in the known
WILBOR'S COMPOUND OF
PURE COD LIVER
* OIL AND LIME.
To &ossAsu,utives.-Masny av a ,ees
happy to rivo their to-tinnity in favor of the tZ of
"IT.1"non's PunE 011on-.vEn Oh AND> I INX " I x.
rki-nvtuo lhan proied it to lie a valuablii r,mudy for
'lungtion, Allthmia. iailpiberin, and all dieasseg
Of 11110T roat ad Lingl Mtanu fa'etutred only, b.v A.
. Ohnist, I soton. 4old by . (1utigglius.
THE SUN WEEKi.
Decided opiions expressed i lantigage titat can be
understood; tho lironiiteat. fullest anl i 1uost accurato
intelligonce of whatever in the wide world I- wortli
atteutFIon. That I@ what everybody is sure to ili in
any edition of TiI tS UN. Sub.crivton: DAILY (4
I)ages) by mnail, 53c. a month, or so.0 a yo-ir; MuN
ZAY (8 ages). fa.20 ier year; wEimm.y (8 pagoo)
."W. ENOLANID. Publislior. Now York City.
OPIUM M1ov'ilave IlNahit tcueoil Its 10
to 2o dasyn. N4 18y till Cured.
OPIU ... J-raICknI9s, Lebanon, Ohio.
n il RR C .-A wastcos m e %ursib as ao
PTURE= ==b,,4 yth -==teitealo teg
MH enesemre this m ' Wil imrAt tArsioteo
nes' -bs. thoi .ta 4 = iad inentanous iresawno, or or. j.
u A 1R.Aleh, Htmt, Ph.t144,1411% Pa Adoet&%f
4apA oitmp W 'a p,m a" eaa bab ,ofte
Re scn6 Honlse; eding, PoL Iferdhey 11ousil
1arri.*urg, Pa., ht. chair lotei PItaburir *I
Uuster House, Fort Wayne. Ind..- hlniamrdi aotel
CANCER INSTITUT l,of. iggt
No kn stca,loss qf
aIii Iremoving the
cal on aI"K~r
untfaling and nft
um~au~b abl aIncurin Epi-.
et,i0 Fite, pasnms,
Opium EaHn Er
. Vousadebility, fl
-and all Nervous andi
Blood diseases. To
chanta, Bankers, La
dies and all whose me
a.dentary employnent 4
/tration, Irregularities -
of the blood, soach,
bowels or kndeys, ot
NEVE FAfL8-. who require a nerve
Itonic. appetiser or
Thoiusands proclaim It1
el oantthateversustan thal k on. ol .
all )r gists . TITF Pi. B. A. itiCiHMOND
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inUe Intnl.tlI by-ugit
IMITATION STAINED GLASS.
Indescribabl( beautifui. Easiy aplild to window
NE'$ a le, ec .in staiips.
hiss iiiitad.ltminciatioegso siundry iniig . 'aiorset'~
by 0O.000 govermniont oimiluis un-ti citizens,. ihamna*
oJANOaesTo COIN toNE.Y. Hulbiri iio,, fue New sab
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T TI. 0.oW
$5 to $2 m m anegj e
O B. CI COLIEMAN BUsINEt*t ColLEoE'
Newark N. J. Write for Catalogue.
ThALeading London Phys-.
Ieian establishes au
Office I. New lork
for the Oureof
Dr. Ab Efssorolo (late of Lonhdon) who m-akesa -
e aIty ef Epilepsy, has without doub treated and er
orsmpybe tobr yean 7lsce
ywpueis ork en halre s,wit h o seions
With a large bottle of hiis wondlerful cure freo to an yfr
rerer wa mayt sh te ro pnresso ..Adudros W1e
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so U T PWtAr4TPu for tIei t ani Fastest "
u 88 paor cent. NAIONAL PUB. (J0.. P'hilacd. Pa, '4
any mhu arr Oiero andP 0. s addrs
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y su,Fore .pILErSron a it. AJA fin if en
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barges ona box,whe receivedI nms asd
. h audlrosof afaoted to .)s Nliilt
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