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A REMARKADL) STORY.
The following narrative isself.explanatory.
The letter which precedes it is a true copy of
the original and was sent to us, together
with the details by an officer now in the
United States Navy.
United States Flagship Nomad,
Navy Yard, BosToN, Mass.,
January 10, 188-.
My dear Frfend-Your kind favor con
taining congratulations on my restoration to
health is before me. When we parted thirty
months ago little did we imagino that either
would be brought near death's door by a dis
ease which selects for its victims those who
present an internal field of constitutional
weakness for its first attack, because you and
I were in those days the personification of
health-and can claim this to-day,thank God!
Why I can do so will be told to-morrow,whon
we meet at your dinner, as you only know
that I have passed through a terrible illness;
my delivery from death being due to the
wonderful discovery in medical science,
made by a man who to-day stands in the
front rank of his fellow workers-unequaled
by any in my own opinion. That I, who
horotofore have ever been the most orthodox
believer in the old school of medicine, its
application and results, should thus rooant
In favor of that which is sneered at by old
practitioners, may startle you, but "seeing is
believing," and when I recount the attack
made on my old hulk, how near I came to
lowering my colors, and the final volley
which, through the agency above mentioned,
gave mo victory, you will at least credit in
with just cause for sincerity in my thankful
ness and belief. I will also spin my yarn
anent my China cruise, and altogether, ex
pet to entertain as well as be entertained
by you. With best wishes,
Rear Admiral U. S. Navy.
Hon. Gsonon WENDELn,
Sinclair Place, Boston.
An autumnal afternoon in the year 188
found the taut flagship Nomad roundiig
the treachorous and dangorous extremity of
South America. And this day certainly in
tended to place itself on record with those of
its predecessors marked stormy, its nasti
ness in wind and weather giving all hands
on board the flagship their fill in hard work
and discomforts. The record of the Nomad
on this cruise, which she was now comptlot
ing on her homoward bound passage to Bos
ton, had been most disagreoable, when con
tsidered in the light of heavy weather work.
From Suoz to Aden, then on to omitbay,
Point do Gallo, Singapore, Hong KContg,
Shanghai, Nagasaki and Yokohama, the
balance sheet stood largely in favor of old
Neptunit,'a rough characteristics, but with
renarkable ovenness the Iealth and original
roster of the ship's company stood this day
as it did nearly three years ago-with ono
exception. Throughout the diverse and
varied exposures incidental to cruising over
the Asiatic station, whoro cholera, fevers,
liver comtplaints, malaria, and colds of all
degrees reign in full force, none of the crt.w
had suffered tmoro than temporary incon
venience, and thus it seemed very hard that
now, in the closing days of the cruiso, thoro
stood nine chamcs for, to one against, a vic
tory being at last scored for the destroying
angel 1)oath. When the Nomad reached
Shanghai in the early portion of her cruiso
nor admiral was the healthiest man aboard.
A grand specimen of manhood was he. Over
six foot in height weighing two hundred
pounds, broad in chost and strong in limb,
ho rightly claimed for himself a full sharo of
Nature's blessings. WYhile returning lato one
night. from a (tplomtatto rocepttun it bh..
Conaulato at Shimghai, througih overhoat
ing and insuillcient protect ion from the dan
gorous effects of the peculiar damp and
searehing night air, he caught cold. "Only
a cold,'' rumIrkod the admiral to the doctors
of his ship, "and easy to cure." So thougli
the medical officers, but with a quiet though
insidious progression, this cold clung to the
admiral in spite of their best ofortsto orad
icate it, and when tho time caine for leaving
Yokohama, homeward bound, thoadmiral r
aliz.d that, his lungs and throat were decid
edly out of order. ''ho doctors advised re
turumtg hmoe y mail steamor to San Fran
laco so that greater mecans for curing this
p~ ersintent cough might bo0 found in thme
Naval .llospital there; but the admiral pre
ferred to stick to his ship, still imatginiingf
that his trouble would eoentually be over
conmc by the doctors' treatment.
Nio one who looked at, the admiral even in
- -- -.those days imagined that he would fall a
rietiim to lung trouble. But it was the old
story a gain typIild in this case. Only a
cold at first; and in spite of orthodox treat
ment to peculiar climatic oflects of China
mmrsed it, aind hastened thme sure result of
such a udeep-s(eated1 t rouble. Thime passed af r
leaving Y okohama for Boston, br:nging)
varying symnptoms ini theu admiral's casot, and
the doctors imginted that they hold thme (1is
ease in check at least. But with lthe forma
tion of tubercles, night-sweats and the niow
rapid consunmption of lung tissues, which
hadl set in with alarming symptoms, the pa
tient realized that, his cold had laid the seeds
of that fell agent, of D)eath, consuim,plion.
TIm'hitbcking cou*gh of thme adumiral had ini
itself been sufliient food for serious conisidl
eration, and nouw, as in the warm autumn
days the flagship r allantly rode over tIme
b'luo wators of the I aciflo, bound for Cape
l lorn, the doctors hoped much for success.
Bhut this boisterous at tornoon found theogood
shipi stru,ggling~ with gigantic seams set off
from the Uapo by a fierce nuortherly wind.
L eaden were the heavens and sad the
hearts of all ahoard, for that morning the
usual bulletin of thle medical oflicers hand sot
forth this intelligence: '"The admiral is in
saime conidit ion as reported last nighit. A
b'urintg ft'.or hias bon slight ly reduced,
while oIlier symmpjtoms are as heretofore ani
nou need." All understood t hose words
withlouit (iestionig. 'Thm beloved admiral
t'an '.turing tm ne ast t wo weeks sunk very tow.
rIho symptoms ci blood-poisoniing, a torp)id
lhver, intoenso painsa throughout, the body,
eyesight and imnt at faculties affected, appe
tite gonmo, Ithrough inaction of that great reg
ulator-Ithe liver. Theaso wore the means
w.hich had reduced the admiral from the
hliiacio of ha'althi to t ho valley and shadow. of
deithl. Crn oumpionm hold full aw.ay niow.,
and tIhe we'll-knmown skill of naval doctors
was in this instance at, l'ast, comnplotely
-iTho admtiral had issued orders for the flag
ship to touch at Alontievidevo for coal, and it
was thte itent ion of the doctors to land the
admiral Ithere for trent meat. But onto mani
in the ship was wrappiled in the gloom of
sl'air, as stanadinag by thle w.eather riggin,
thmo hoop deck lie gazed abseintly.
soothintg waste of watters. 'Thiis was Ith
miral's son, a lietenanmt, anid attache
is fat her's staff. lie feared that the wear
anmd tear of ship life wouldsap11 his fauther's
st;Ongth boyontd endutratnce, anad before thme
ship could reatch Aoittovideo. Amnong a
group of sailors gathered aroundit one of the
great gunts on the spar deck steol the capitain
oif I lto foretop, Birowni, a alight liut heailt hy
lookinig mani. liis comnpamtonis were listen
imng to a recItal of his snifforings from con
sutmption, which had developtedlv whie heo was
attached to tIhe sleep-of-war Roetfor, lyinig
in the hanrbor of Yokohama a year ago, this
"yarn"i' htavinig beemn started by a dtiscussiont
a bout the admiral's conidition. ''The mton had
just retutrned from seine work arountd the
dock, an order for which ha i Iinterrupted
irownt's story a few miomtenits previously.
" A year tage this day I wais hovo to in the
'tiill tma's' sick bay in the R?anger, thon off
Yokohama, an' I tell you, piarlis, 'twas no
use Jngmt' my nutmber, 'cause 1 was igh: oni
passm in my enligtment patPOrs for a honig
cruise aloft," continued lirown. '"Con
aumaptioni hadi me flat aback, atnd theo doctor
says It' was mno use to stow away his kush imn
may hold( scoin' that my hellows was coni
dotnted by a higher power thtatn hto could
"IIow did you p,ueker out of it?" asked a
"Wa'all,'' replied Brown, "my Chilnco
washan canmo to m otno amornin' an' hto
cays to met, "mut hub got aleo same Melican
man imodikin, do you heap go>d!' I says.
'britng It off, Chiangt I buy all the samoe.'
'I hant afternon Chanug htovo uip with fourteeni
bottles of a lush, eniough~I to kill or cure time
whiolo ship's crew, an that looked fresh in
their nice wrappers. Says Chang, 'China
man doctor huab got pllenutee more, hoe make
heap good well wvitht my sick, this ununbor
omu n mdikoni allen samn through Yokohama.'
Wa'all, I took thto bottles ani' 10old tIhe doctor
I was goin' to try one as by the sailin' or
ders on the bottle, amid the (docter he haughied
anid said 'twas no .good, but I (done as thie
regmulations says froinm the first, an' here I
aim ag'in the doctor's Ideas, to besaurel"
'it h this triumpnihanmt assortioni Brown
locked abuout the circle. 'lhonm, loworintg is
voice, said: "Boys, I've four of those
p,recious 1)01t110 lofte-aini't give 'emt all
awaty yet fifter I was cured-an' If you all
thinak thatt it would not be too free with the
'old man,' suppose I go to his semi thiere en
the 1)0o) deck anm say what I have to you,
an'.askfn hmi' p l' trdon, say we wanmt the ad
' mirah to try the stuff In my bottles, seein'
that they cured my consumptIon."|
Thmis Idea met with approval from all
Therefore Brown walked off tsW an
interview with the admiral's son, with no
little anxiety in his good heart as to the re.
suit of his mission. Approaching the liou
tenant, Brown saluted, and asked for per.
mission to state his roasone for doing so.
This was readily granted, and Brown spoke
" Seeing that I was once cured of con
sumption, lieutenant, I make bold to ask
it I can toll you how, an' why I've the rea
sons for wishing you to use on your father
what was my salvation."
In a few moments the lieutenant had
Brown's story out, and much to the latter's i
gratification, granted a ready permission to 1
him. It did not take Brown long to run to I
his ditty box, got the bottles of medicine, I
and return to the lieutenant with them.
" I'm afearod that the doctors will kick
ag'in the use of this blessed stuff, an'
what will you do. sir." said Brown, as he E
placed the medicine in the cabin orderlyea
bands to be taken into the admiiral's room.
"I will attend to that, Brown, and rest as
3ured that your remedy will have a fair trial
n spite of any opposition. It will notharm
ny father, ju ngfrom your statement and
he opinion of the Medical officers of the
"Thank you, sir, an' God help the admiral C
o weather his trouble, is the prayer of all
he ship," said Brown, as the lieutenant tl
urned to enter the cabin. ft
There was no cessation in the storm that tl
esning. The galo howled through the rig i
ling in wild, discordant tones; the greatshttp
abored through the white-capped moun
ains of water threatened to engulph her 0
vith each burst of their storm--whippod fl
irests. Within the admiral's cabin the Ar- n
and lights, the comfortable furniture, and t
l,e numerous evidences of the admiral's
vandorings over land and water, as displayed . li
n choice bric-a-brac and trimmings, gave t4
o the room a warmt snug appearance, most
)lonsinmg thisa wild nmght to those with in. In
is stateroom lay the admiral, made .,mt.l
lortable by all that lovii-.: umtds nu wil:t,,: v
loarts could suggest. t>.' h m sidu -,t f- f
ton, who in quiet voice .vaa revituntinp te. y
ais father the ititorviow with ktown. ;itam tie
)pposition met with from the doctors when
,ho idea of giving this now medicine was
" You were sleeping at the time, father, ti
tmd thorofore minaed t luglhable scene,
inade so in spite of yout .ondition, by the
ntenso clislike displayed b: the doctors for a
this 'new-faugod stuf,' th,i 'patent liquid,' t
which they declared with their consent ij
should never b given to you. Well, I out
t.he matttir short by saying that I would take
all the responsibility, and with your permu..
sion would adminimister it. That I ol,tainod t
when I found you awake and now you are e
inder way with the irst, bottlo as per diree
tions. I am satisied, dear father. tiht it
will (to you good, a premonition filling my
heart that at last we have found the means I
of arresting the burning fever and hacking a
cough which have been troubling you so t
The admiral's reply was cut short by a
severe spell of coughing, during which lie
spat blood and when fimished sank back ex- f
ha'isted. but the grateful look which he be
stowod on his sun was an additional assur
imco of belief in that which the admiral had
it first sight du,bed as a possiblo but doubt-. 1
ful mo:ms of doing him any good. But lay
mg aside his dislike for any but old-rsiah. c
li.shed remedies, the admiral acquiesced in
his son's reqiue t, and now, iflor this last,
Spoll, admiitted that the efet of the do.e t
hnd softened the dreaded severity of the I
racking cough. C
* * * * * 5 *
Three weelcs later found the Noimad mac
ing the harbor of Montevideo. After severe
and prolonged weather she had rounded the I
Capo antid was nlow standing in the harbor i
for the purpose of recoaling and watoring.
To one given to the study of lunan lino.t
inteus the faces of those aboard the fligshi,
this bright morning would have afforded in
iite scope for such pursuit. But the source r
of each man's happiness flowed from the
ane fountain of gi ateful joy. The beloved
admiral was the cause of this. And why?
If you could have aeon the admiral this
bright morning, dear readr, your answer i
would have been easily found in his face. A t
ohaged man was h. Victory was perched
on his guidlomt! the diread enemy was s'owly
ret rontinmg! The light was a severe one, but
with noi (cessationt in vigilanmt actionm and care
fuml app'ilicationi of time contents of four
botlos the admirail had turnied tihe fillk of
consumm ,ti, amnd wais slowly but surely.
drivingj imiu m'mT tile tloid with a power wvhichlt
astenided time doectors and illied all hearts I
with joy anmd uhanik fulnes.
Whabzt was this thou that had won time vie
tory for time seaiiiman 1Brown, and wvas now
leaidinig time aidmimral's snhatered forces to time
samo grandiu result? Whmen asked this quies.
tioni by onie of his ollicars oni duty, in Miomn- I
tevideo, thme admirial, slowly lifting his hand.,
repliedl, "'I would thmat imi letters 0f gold, and
so placed that all thme world coulhd read them,
tihe nmame of this great remedy cold be0
shown. coipled with the genius who discov'
ered it-'Tmm Glo.om AlImOAT, Dmscovnuavl
D)r. Pierce, of Blutfalo. N. Y.,' thme man1 whlo
hasi givemn to his fellowv imen thle gr~eatemst re-.
liof from mill ills that niortal ileish is heir to!"'C
"This is the namm of thin contens of that (
bot(1 on mi iy tanbie, and( God biloss the man I
who has found tihe secret of iiliinig it with a j
miicinio mat onco purifying and strengthen.
inig, wlihlooome andic thiorong,h in ifs resulta,
and1( claiminmg, in imy himmbie opinionl, noth- c
ing for itself timat it carmot reasonably 1pcr
form. Natuire's ally againsat the abuse of
Well might time admiral sing the praises ofa
fliat whlich had so unmexpiecteid y rescuted himn
froum a fatal illnmess. W hei flhe ship anclhored
time first comnmiissioiu for time admiral's son to
execute was a laurgom purchause of D)r. Pierce's
(Golden leahl)Discovor'y, which, ais time ad
miral sadly admimtted, lie had seen in every
port time wo,rld arond. mind had only admired
aus ani evidenico of the energy and onterprise u
of an Aimricani wiho could times iplace his
Golden Mledical D)iscovery in every nook
amid cornier of time globe. But no0w lhe wams
01n0 mnre to testify to the wonderful pmower
of this imedicino. and certinmly dlid so ini c
Mointevidoo, bmy praising it up to all the high
ofiliias whio visitedh him.
A wveak later and time Nonmadl sailed for
llostonl diret. Whait tile condlition of theC
admiirail was when she arrived there is shiownil
ini his lot ter above. Let it be recorded to timec
credit of time docetors on time flagshmip that I
thley wvere colmleteiy cured of all dislike for
time Gloldeni Modicail Discovery, usedi it faith
fulily onm time voyage to lioston, amnd lindedul
''rough its wvond(erfuml jower, time admnirali
-ultly restored; and imore thamn one poor
w wuhi mstarted outm in time sick bay of tme
m d. Whiat stancehm frienids the Golden
'mua l)iscovory nmado ini thamtshmiiph
.m..m abve, readlor, isi an ouIt,lno of thme
stoiry, iip-iimby time ammiral to iiis friend whoa
thmey mett at time dinnieir. W'e will not tiouch
on othi or.uins of his initerestitng recital
of is cruise imn gomenral, ourm aim bneinig to ro-t
cord his tesimonimy for time groatest wonider
ini mii'edl seitienci thamt this inoutoonmth comn
tmumy of rrprisinmg dlovelop)monita has pro
F.romm the wonder! fui power of Dr. Pierce's
Goldonl Mhiia Discovery over that terribly
fmatal discaise, consiakumption, which is acrofulmi
of time lungs, when first, otferinig this nowv
wo)rld-fmed remedy to thme plmic1 Dr.
Pierce thiouight fmvo'abhy of calling it his
"comnsuimtion eure,'' but abandoned that
ina'me as too restrictivo for a inmedicinme that
fro,um its wonduerful comibiniationi of germ-de
st royinig, mas wiell ais tomnie, cir strenmgthiniig,
mitor,.:hive or blooid-cleanisinm, anti-bilious,
diuiretic, lpectolral anmmtritiuvo prretim
is unie,imuled, not, onmly as a remmedly for con-.
sulmpionel of tihe lunmgs, but. for all chronmio
disea4es of time liver, blood, kidumeys mind
lumngs. Gihodo Medicail D)iscovery cuios mll
honouimrm, fr'om time wvost scrofulma to a com
mo.l blotohi, lpimple or ermptionm. Erysipo-.
lins, samlt-rheum,mi fever-sores, scualy or roughi
skin, ini shmort, all disemasos caused bmy disomuso
gomis imi thu blood, arme coniquered by thuis
pmowermfubt pur-ifyimng andm imnvigoratimng medi
oinoe. G(reat e:mtinig umoors rapnidly heal imnder
its benign imnlmies. Especially has it
imifestedl its otoeuy in curinug fetter, rosa
rash, hoeils, carun mcl ea, sore eye., scrofuloma
sores amid swellings, whito swlimngsi, goitre
our thick noouk, andm~ onmarged glanuds.
"' 'The blood is time life. ' Thmoroughly
cleanise tii fomfuin of hmealth by using
Gldeni M. diumal 1)111 ' vor'y, anid good diges
tioni, mm fauir skimn, buoyamnt spirits, vital
strenth timd sounmdess of conmstitution mire 4
ost abi lihed.
For weak hummes, ahpittinig of blood, short<
breaith. coinmp iro mnihtaweats and kin
dr'ed aflections, it is a sovereign remedy. In
the cure of bromnchitis severe coughs and
conslumption, it has astonished tao medical I
faculty, and eminent physioian.s pronounce
it the greatest muedical diiscovery of tihe age.
Time nutritive properties possessed by cod
liver oil are trifluig when compared withm
those of time Goldeni Medical Discovery. It
rapidly hbuilds up time sys tem anmd increase
flue floih and weiglut of those roeduced boeo:
time usual atanudard of health by wasting dis
* * * C * S S
The reader will pardon the foregoin gdl
gressioni, prompted by onur' admiration for a
remedy that performs such marvelous eurmm
returned to his home In New York the dra~
aloud cast upon the happineesof the reunion
with his family was caused by the continued
llness of his eldest son, a young man of
twenty-four, whose disease when the ad
miral sailed from Montevedlo, had been' re.
orted as succumbing to the treatment of
he family doctor. But his father thought it
)therwise; the unfortunate young man was
tffering severely from chronic disease of
:ho kidneys and bladder. Before leaving
Boston the admiral had purchased a copy of
Dr. Pierce's book "The People's Common
3ense Medical Adviser." He read this vat.
iable book thoroughly, and upon his arrival
iome had made up his mind as to the future
reatmuont for his son. The latter was sent
o the famous Invalids' Hotel at Buffalo, N.
., conducted by Dr. R. V. IPierce, and hi9
ompelent staff of specialists, where, under
killful treatment, the sufferer soon found
elief and a permanent oure.
Tut great improvement in English
irming dates from the time when the
lovernment commenced to encourage
ie draining by making loans to those
irmers who asked it at the low rate of
iree per cent. per annum,taking seour
y on the lands to be drained. The
ntract specified that a certain amount
f draining was to be done. for a speci
ed sum; and this was always rather
tore than the money lent would do. In
As way, farmers were obliged to invest
)mo money of their own, in addition
> that which they borrowed of the Gov
rnment. These loans were invariably
aid when due; and the drained land
ras so much -more productive than be.
re that the Government and people
rere alake gainers by the operation.
LAST spring Iplanted some early Ohio
ndl Magnum Bonum potatoes, covering
hem from four to six inches with soil.
Vhen the weeds began to sprout I took
garden rake and raked over every hill
iking off an inch or more of the cover
ig this operation killed the young woods
oming up in the hills. I then took my
hovel plow cultivating the patch as if
he potatoes had been up, (the raking
nabling me to see where the hills were).
us soon as the 1 o:atoes were up I re
eated the cultivating, the operation
roventwg the growth of weeds and as
isting in the rapid maturing of the po
atoes. The yield was much larger than
hose cultivated in the ordinary way,the
utbers being of much larger size and
TIE use of corn-meal for cooking is
ess common now than a few years ago.
Vheat is now more nearly the price of
orn than formerly, and in the South,
iere corn was once used almost exclu
ively. considerable amount of wheat is
Low grown. With the disuse of corn for
ooki,ng a really nice article of corn
aeal is beconimg scarce. Most of it
f red for sale in the cities is made from
Vestern corn, which is infemior forcook
ug. The flint varieties mostly grown in
le East, are better.though, good,sweet
meal is made from Southern dent corn.
to excellence is one reason why so
much corn meal has always been used in
Tun value of a pasture consists, first,
u a c'oso strong sward. To have this
he toil must be firm, fertile and filled
vith moisture. By this we do not
rean it shall be wet, on the contrary,it
aust be tihe reverse. The moisture
nust be such as is held naturally (me
hanically), not the moisture of satura
ion, but that of vaporization. Thua a
ermanent pa'uture should never be hesa
rily cropped until it is well set. Hence
tone of the tuberous rooted grasses like
imothay are suitable to permanant pas
ureus. They cannot stand close crop
)ing nor constant tramping. Pasture
~ratsses, therefore, must be the fibrous
nzd dleep rooted varietios.
OnIAIN, the utaiple feed for fowls, is
lentty an1 cheap, but it requires extra
abor, the closest attentioni ind good ac
:ommnodatir,ns to raise young chickens
Luring the chalngeablo spring~ weather.
tothing is mora certain than this fact.
f no, skill and care were required poc..
ibly the busmecss might become so
verdone that poultry ond eggs wvould
ocomle a drug in the market. We be
love that it paiys to give this extra car
nid to make the necessary outlay.
A LADY of San Francisco lately receiv
dsonme plants from Mlexico, and with
he plants came the advice to fertilize
hem withi waste coffee and coffee
rounids. This was done, and the re
ults were so satisfactory that the same
reatment was tried on roses, anad the
esult was a vigorous and healthy
~rowth and more and better flowers and
f richer colors.
Ar'PLE trees should not b3 planted too
lose together to save land. Forty feet
a better than thirty, though many or
hards areo sc t with trees only twenty
cot apart. Thec result is,whent twenty or
aore years old, the tops reach, over
hadowing~ the ground! the roots run to
oether unlt an inferior crop of fruit as
>roduced, if ainy at. all, and doodl brotn
hos become numerous from defective
up)pies of nutriment.
Tm Western men are lard to please.
in Illinois doctor sent some medicine
o a patient labeled "Otalmel-pizen,"
aid the county medlical society talk oh
axpeiling him, What wouldt they have
he man do? Is ntot the label perfectly
ntelligible, even if it does not meet the
ntiquated notions of orthography? Pro
essional jealousy is probably at the bot
k>m of this affair.
TN regard to breeding mules, says the
Nebraska F"armer, one thing to be
guatrdled against is to avoid the raither
)ohmmon error of supposing that any
cind of a mare is good enough fronm
vhicht to breed a mule colt, no matter
iow old or diseased she may be, so sihe
msawers the puarpose. On the contrary,
nly good, ailo bodied mares should be
150ed, and in dilspositi( n very gentle.
Tn cluster of eggs that may be
ound on apple-tree limbs should be
)ikedt off in order to prevout the hatch
tag of the tent caterpidlar. Jlust at this
carson is a good time to make a thor
mlgh inspction of the trees,and a litle
uttenition will save time and labor here
SUPERPHTOBPHATES generally contain a
tertain percentage of nitrogen,but there
a a kin<u of superphosphate composed
> bone-black. As the bone black has
assed through a process of burning, the
titrogen is liberated, and hence farmers
liould make a distinction between
fround bone and bonce-blaok.
THEt Scotch, always a thrifty race,are
nvesting largely in American cattle
anchos. During 1882 ten large ranches
or herding cattle were bought by
lcotehmen. The profit is so much
freater than from any usae the money.
an be put to at home, thantlfvestments
,f this kind are sure to inorease,
ILooI.--A new papier-mache pro
oess for covering floors is described as
followl: The floor is thoroughly cleaned.
The holes and craoks are then filled
with paper.putty, made by soaking
newspapers in a paste made as follows:
To ond pound of flour add three quarts
of water and a tablespoonful of ground
alum, and mix thoroughly. The floor
is coated with this paste, and then a
thickness of manilla or hardware paper
is put on. This is allowed to dry thor
oughly. The mamilla paper is then
covered with paste, and a layer of wall
paper of any style or design desired is
put on. After allowing this to dry
thoroughly, it Is covered with two or
more coats of sizing made by dissolving
half a pound of white glue in two quarts
of hot water. After this is allowed to
dry, the surface is given one coat of
"hard oil'flnish varnish," which can be
bought already prepared. This is al
lowed to dry thoroughly, when the
floor is ready for use. The process is
represented to be durable and cheap;
and, besides taking the place of matting,
carpet, oilcloths, or like covering,
makes the floor airtight, and permits of
its being washed.
IT is considered by some excellent
authorities in cooking to be a great im
provement on the ordinary manner of
boiling ham if it is soaked in cold water
over night. In the morning wipe it off;
if there are any rusty or discolored spots
scrape them off. The hani should be
boiled very slowly; on this depends the
sweetne-s,and flakiness of the lean ham.
Some whole cloves and a bouquet of
herbs may be added to the boiling water
with good effect. When the ham is
done, set the kettle off the fire and let
the han remain in the water until it is
cold. It will absorb a great deal of the
juices that haye boiled out. Then lay
it in a large dripping pan and spread a
mixture, made alter the following direc
tions, over the ham: Take half a cup
ful of brown sugar, a teaspoonful of
browned flour; moisten it with a lii tle
sweet cream, or, if your conscience will
allow it, with port wine. Then set the
pan in the oven and let the ham brown.
When cold. out it in very thin slices
and the flavor will be delicious,
HARInOT BEANS, EoYPTIAN OR GABAN
ZA BEANS AND LENTILS.-These, being
hard and dry, must be allowed time in
cooking to asorb moisture and become
softened. The larger kinds even re
quire many hours' soaldig in cold wa
ter. 'ut them on a slow fire in plenty
of cold water, with salt, a very- little
carbonate of soda and a bit of butter.
They should be heate:t gradually and
simmered till tender, then drained- and
served with a little butter, pepper, salt
and sugar stirred among them, or they
may be treated as iollowas: Brown a
sliced onion in a stewpan with a little
butter, to which add the boiled beans,
more butter, some tlour and gravy or
strong soup. Beason with pepper and
salt, stir them up, boil again for ten
minutes, and serve hot.
How TO MAKE AN ODD DESSEaT.
Here is a novel and pleasing w~ay to
prepare a dessert. .It is espec'ially
adapted for the children's birthday din
ners in those happy households where
such days are kept as joyous festivals:
Make a small hole in the cnd or side of
a number of egg shells. Through this
pour out the egg. Fill the empty shells
with hot p)uddling, made of norn starch,
arrow-root or Irish moss. When cold
break off the shells, serve on small sau
cers and surround the egg shaped pud
ding with jelly or jam. If' you wish to
take so much trouble, divide the pud
ding in half and add to one a tablespoon
ful of grated chocolate, and in this way
color part of thei eggs. sugar and
cream, flavored with vanilla, is a very
nice sauce with this kind of pudding.
A HANOI Wa-PILtow for either chair or
sofa may be made a rich ornamuent.
Ticking willl be in requisition; cut two
pieces about sixteen inches long and
seven inches deep in the centre, taper
ing to less than thireo at the sides, sew
together, and fill with curlil hair. Em
broidered satin, or silk serge overlaid
with silk net, is an elegant outside; mo
saic silk patchwork or worsted in tricot
is also very pretty. Bew tasseled fringe
across the bottom, and finish the sides
and top with moss fringe. The heavy
silk cord by which to suspend the pil
low pass sa through eyelets wrought
near Inc ends.
Uniari' CATsU.-Take nyve p)ounds of
grapes, pic0k over carefully and pulp
thein. Bloil the skins~ until tender; cook
the p)ulps and straim through a colander
or sieve to remove the seeds, then add
the skins and cook again with three
pounds of sugar, one quart or less of
good cidor vinegar, two tablespoonfuls
of cinnamon and alispice; half a tea
spoonlul of cloves. .13i thoroughly
ant can for further use.
Tns layer cake so popular now, made
of two layers of white cake with one of
fruit cake in the middle, may be varied
deliciously by making the middle layer
of walnut cake. For this, if the cake
is a large one, take two-thirds of a cup
of sugar, one-third of a cup of. buttor,
one cup of flour, one egg, one teaspoon
ful of naing powder, and nearly one
cup of hickory-nut meats.
A NEw decorative effect is given to
cream-white grenadine dIresses by trim
ming them with an applique-work of
large brilliant leaves and flowers cut
from rich brocadled fabrics. The out
lines of the blos,soms and foilage are
chain btitched down with .vwhite silk.
Florentmne cut-work is appliqued to
m'aterials like India muslin, French
orgundie and the like,
JIUJd ED CORN.--Allow two table.
spoorduls of soda to each quart of corn.
holl very slowly five or six hours, that
is, until the hulls will rub off easily in
cold water. Then wash ini three wvaters
and boil until tender, for it will seem
hardr when cold. Don't salt until it
is cooked, for it will burn if salted in
1w you wound the hand or foot with
a rusty nail, smoke the wound with
burning wool or woolen cloth. Fifteen
or twenty iilautes in the smoke will
remove all pain froIn the worst case of
(NGEuR (inAoKEss --Two quarts of
flour, one pint of molasses, one pound
of brown sugar, half a pound of lard,
two ounces ot ground ginger and a tea
spoonful of cloves. Knead them a
long time and roll them very thin.
FisEty. GInATn 'corsera dish root, thor
oughly rubbed u ith white sugar and
taken slowly, cursarenaesm,
A Nw Yom=R received a call the
other day from a coachman out of a
place, and after the man had duly re
commended himself the gentleman
"What percentage did the blacksmith
pay you in your last place?"
"Ten per cent., sir."
-"And the harness maker?"
"About fifteen, sir."
"And the feed man?"
"Well, he gave me about twelve, sir "
"But, you see, I have no horses and
you would lose all that." -
"Oh, as to that, sir, I could easily
make up the difference by standing in
with your tailor, milkman and coal deal
er. Be sure that . can make it up,
Auvance Step In Dentistry
HAVANA, CunA.-The most popular
dentist of this city, Dr. 1). Francisco Oar
cia, member of the inoyal University,
states that in all oases of troulib some neu
ralgia, arising from the teeth, his patrons
are recommended to use St. Jacob's Oil,
and the most satisfactory cures have lo
lowed. It is a specific for toothache, ear
ache, bodily. pains, and proof against
's Japanese maiden, inetead of
suing her faithless lover for breach of
promise, gets up at two o'clock in the
morning, dons a white robe and high
sandals. sticks three lighted candles in
her coit. hangs a mirror around her
neck, takes an effigy of her faithless
swain, nails it to a sacred shrine, and
prays for the death of the traitor. And
all this time the traitor may be sitting
up with another girl, feeding her with
chocolate caramels, and whispering in
her ear something about the lereness
of the Wherefore. A better plan would
be for the girl to nail her faithless lover
to the tree.
l:AY ('iTY, Min , Fob. 3,1880
I think it my duty to seud you a recoi
mend for the benelt of any person wishing
to know whether llop Bitters are good or
not. I know they are good for general
debility and indigestion; strengthen the
nervous system and niake. new Ife. I rec
omiend my patients to use them.
DR. A. PRATT.
A RIOCKLAND gentleman, who has the
reputation of being ' a little clone," hap
pened into his son's grocery, thinking
lie would like some prunes, but couolu
ded those on hand were a little too dry.
''Yes, these are a little dry, but," said
the storokeeper. (who had a sharp eye
for the main chance), "I shall have
some fresh ones in a taw days, and I'll
save you some." Accordingly, when the
aged parent made his next visit, his
dutiful sion had a lot of prunes "soaked
out" to that degree of plultimpuiSs that
met the old gentleman's approval, and
Ie readily bought them, at an advance
of a few cents a pound on the price of
the dry ones.
An Ediltor'a TsulisiouiaiW.
A. Mi. Vaughn, editor or tho "rrton wich Itoview,"
oreenwich, 0., writes : i.at January I Met with a
very s -vure ac"ident, caused by a runaway hr- . I
ise~d alnmost every kiid of' s:tive to hx at the wounds,
wvhich tu,rn,e, to runninug fores, but fotrm<i noth,ing~
to do mno any' goodi till I w.is re'counniu-ded Heniry's
(]arb,oltc salve. I bought :a box and it helpedic me. ut
once, and at the enti of two mnonths I was. conmpletely
wvet. i Lls theo b.st sia v ino the unarkot, tand 1 ni ver'
fail of t..,ling mny frienxdi about it, and urge thenm to
use it whenever they ned a salve.
Durnr,'s oJatarr'h snutr euro.s all aileetionsq of the
salucoJMu'uebrane of tho, ho;td and throat.
''Do vn n AIl 'd's' with a cap)ifal
D) ?" asked old Mr, Touzieton, looking
up from his desk. "ff its your dog, the
big black .and white one that was loose
last night, yes," replied the junior book
keeper, who was standing up, writing
at a desk six inches too high for him,
"spell it with the b)iggesit D in the
alphabet." And ho wecnt on with his
work, while the old man sat and looked
at himi over his bait isp)ectacles for
nearly ten minutes, wondering what the
young man meant, and thinking he
would ask his daughter about it when
he got home.
Those who use (Jarbohne as now kn.
proved and perfected, the great petroleum
hair renewer, are always distinguished by
the beautiful soft texture of the hair pro
diued( by the use of that most exquisite of
all toile't preparations.
yNrO the child's sick room walks a
friend of the family, and going up to
the bedside of the convalescent says:
"Chad to see you are much better,
I"Thanks I" returns Minnie. "I shall
be out in a fewv days."
"And how long is it since you began
to get well 7"
"About a week or ten days ago," an
sweredl the child, "ever since our doe
tor was drowvned."
"I dleem nr'own's Ironm iliterd a most, vatluable
tonIc lor gieneral al-haah h.
Mn. SANOrUs, I see you Onijoy a pipe
when you are out of the pulpit ?' ''Very
much, very much, sir I" "So it appears:
and what do you prefer to have in it as
a rule?" "Short-cut, sir; short-cut, -by
all means 1" "Indeed I And if you're so
fond of short-cut, why don't you put a
little of it in your sermons ?"
For Tih lic HIeatte,
IIeavy at omachas, bilIous condlitlis-wellA' May
Aj,pie P'ills-anti-bahous, camtarli c, 10 ant 2c.
THAntS may soothe the wounds they
Ladies antd chik(iren 's boots and shoes
cannot run over If Lyon's Patent Heel
St,iffenerrs arc used
MEca must be taught as though you
taught them not.
Dr. Kline's (Gro, Nerve nestorer is the
marvel of the age for all nervo diseases. All
fits stepped flce. Hend to 98t Arch street'
A wxiu man is never less alone than
wvhen he Is atone.
Etnory's hittle C ithartic Pill--best imde
for Liver Complaint andit llliousness
THEY th'at statnd high have mn
blasts to shake them. '
Why don't yen use St. Patrick's Salve? Try
it. Use it. 25c at alt "rtagg ets.
ONE always has time enough if one
will apply it well.
Tl'occoA C'rY, (IA.---r .J. P'. Newman 5ays:
"Brown's iron hitters are v. ry popular andi tate.r
usc always results sat ifa.ctoriy.I'
TnE t.ruly subime is always easy and
"W eils'lrealth Renewer"reatereshlealth, a1'1 vigor
cures Dyapepsla, Impotence, Sexual Deblilty. $i,
Af RN cannot live exclusively by Intel
ligence and self-lnve.
"FArna," said the young .Mau as
he entered the house the other eyenlig
in a flurried manner, "I have been
called a dude ?"
"Yes, I have, and'it is an' insult that
must be wiped out in blood 1"
'"Bosh I Bosh i The party was simply
mistaken. He probably meant to call
you an idiot I"
t,banio of Mind.
I declined to insert your advertisement
of hop Bitters last year, because I then
.hought they might not be promotive of
the cause of Temperance, but find they
are, and a very valuable medicine, myself
and wife having been greatly beneftted by
them, and I take great pleasure in making
them known. REV. JOHN SE AMAN,
Editor Rome Sentinel, Afton, N. Y.
"Now then," she said to the man who
was to hang up the carpets and beat
'em, "don't make any mistake. The
one with holes in you are to take ofl on
some vacant lot, so that people won't
mistrust who it belongs to, and the good
one you can beat in the side yard.'
"Yea'm. And if any olle asks what
it cost per yard, I'll tell 'em three dol
lars and that it's all paid for. I under
stand my business ma'am."
Mensman's Peptonized beef tonio, the
only preparation of beef containing its en
tire nutritious properties. It coitatna
blood-making, fotce generating and life
sustaining properties; invaluable for indi
gestion, dyapepsia, uervous prostration,and
ali forms of general debility; also, in all
enfeebled conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork
or acute disease, particularly it resulting
fi om pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hazard & Co., proprietors, New York.
bold by all druggists,
"REMUs, whta' come o' yo' las' Sunday?
didu' see yer to do chu'ct." "I wan
dar, Sam'l; I passed do sasser." "Oh,
dat counts fo' not seein' yor. Yo' see
diar's been so much beggin' goin' on
'round ter do chu'oh ob late dat now
days a man's gotter go down putty deep
ter flu' suffin', an' 1 spook 1 muster bin
down in der bottom ob my pocket brows
in' fur change when yo' kim along, an'
courso I could'n' see yor fo'm dar."
Frazor A.xlo Gronse.
Ono grea.ing aits two wekst all others two
or tiro daye. Do a nt io mposed on by ttto
Iumbug sit iT+ offero I. *.k your .'oakr for hra
ser't<, wulh 'a:ol on. aves your horse labor and
yo. too. It r co+ved li"dt modatl at thoonton
nial and Paris ip:lsit.an-u. sold everywhore.
"W11Y so gloomy this morning,
Jacob?" "Ah, my poor ieetla Penjymin
Levi-ho is toad." "Dead ? You sur
pnso me. Rcw did it happen ?' "Voll,
you see, my leetle Penjamin he vas at
dier synagogue to say his brayers, anti a
poy put in his het at der ttor and grits.
'Job lot l' anid leetlo L'onjamiin-he vas
gilt in der grush."
WA L'yrT, the geintleman who ate thirty
brace ot' quails int thirty days, was relieved
l'rom any d isagreeable stomach troultles by
using U 4:Triti NE, and took nothing else tiur
intg the tak. Sold by druggists.
So many murderers are reported is
eating a hearty meal the morning before
being executedi that an exchange tlinks
physicians should prescribe hanging for
thme persons suffering from loss of appe
tite. The fatal obj, ction to such a rum..
edy is that a mian is liable to choke to
death almost as soon ais his appetite is
That liu sbanuti of Mine
is ithree times the man he was b,efo,re hte began
using Wells' I iealth Renewer. $1. Druggists.
IT is saisi that Oscar Wilde intends
returning to this country to appear on
the stage, .it may be his design' to take
the place of the inule that was hicked
to death by its mate in Uncle Tobm's
Cabin, a few weeks age, but wve don't
think he has eL.ough horse sense for
Shonuldi you be a sutler.r trom diyspopsia, in.lt
gestlon, mualaria. or wea kness, you can be cured
by Briowni's I ron illiters.
THE souls of some men are in their
TuME is the old justice wvho tries all
A MAN's life is an appendix to his
SIN is essentially a departure from
SIMPLICIrY in of all things the hardest
to be copied.
IRECKON a matter CI trial to be among
The .Bad and Worthless
are never timitated or coutaterfeited. This is
csecially true of a faily med(icine, anti it, ls
positive proof that the remedy ft'ttated? is of the
highest value. As soon as it had been teated
and provedt by the whole world that IIop Bitters
was the purest, best andi most valuable family
medicine on earth, tany Initations sprung up
anti began to steal the notiees in which the press
andi the people of the coutntry hiad expressed the
meris of II. IS., and In every way trying to in
duce sufrering inivailds to use their slufr instead,
expecting to ako money on the credit andi good
namie of II. B. Many others started nostrums
put up in simtilar style to 11. B., with variously
devisedi natnes hi which the word "ilop," or
"Hops" were used in a way to indluce people
to believe they were the same as Htop Bitters.
Alt such pretended remedies or cures, no matter
what thuir Style or farme is, andi especially those
with the word "IHop'' or " Hops" in their name
or in any way connected wvitht them or their name,
are imnitationia or cotunterfeits. Beware of them.
T1ouchi none of thein. Use nothing bitt genuine
Hop Bitters, witht a bunich or cluster of green
H10p on the white ilabel. Trtust noting else.
Drnggistsannd tden:ers aire warned against deailng
in imitations or rAotterieits.
I I i ||I i '
thiis,n int the worldi equael tol itfor lhe
oure of Berufulia. iiesit, Bols, Tetter, Old Sore,,
sore Eyr , Mecrturiai itieses, catarth.. l.oss of
Apptetire, ernatu eotinplaits, anti att Dlood
diseases. it nerer rat:.. Al) druggiate andi
Country store keepetrs sein it. it. 5. selne.o
A t'o.. Pro.'., ittsbutrgh, on overy bottle.
$72 ~ Atloie,niC & (. Ansta."V,'i'
A EJINTMWA~nD bros tB bls ic asese
aslln pitrial6. AvrolAIPso hiad.
need iiiS surcenener
KIOER'8 PASTILLES. II1**
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*u~uuw~e~ to t ya. No, pay finl 4ased,
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THI'SK AFFL,ICTED WITh 'i Hgi hlb'PCTS'
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shouhi ii' t hi-s lute to~ consult J. N. anti J1 1. 110
BEN.IA OK, of 20th North Secontd btreet, hiatdel.
lihi.,, ottltier b)y inali or b,' perso.n, ditrntg the hourit
tromt 8 A. M. to 2 P. M., andu 0 to 9 P. B.
Adv;ce iree. Whosoever wotitd know his contdl.
(ion and ha wyt improveo itaihonhi read
Sent on receipt ot 5-cent stamtp.'
$5 to $20 merdg amges
Th ueawertu att auyvsiti's
Will confer a favoru 9porn tike adWv
tiea* s the Dulni u b tatS*
taie .+a4rlal,t (ua:MS, papeuh.
THE A ETaPPOAN
tvs and cures
Soreness, Cuts, IHis's,
And alltther bodily achal
Ad and pains.
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold by all Dru gststan4
Dealers. Directions in it
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
(8Meset(ore t A. VoOBEER A CO.)
etlmire. Nd.. U.l. A.
There has never been n lustance i .whit th' s
sterling invigorant and an,l-Iebrilo tuedlcine ha,
failed to ward off the coutiplaint. wietlaleli tiuly
as a protecttonl igtuat mualaria. Hutieds o,
physicians have abandotled all the ofllulnal speelt
too, and now presoribe titis iartnel.s veg. table
tonic for chills un4t fever as well as dysPe1 ala
and tiervous affectious. llustetter's BUtters is the
speeltl you need.
For sale by all Druirgista and Dealers generally,
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ring thu rogues and frauA.i 8ubscrip tol: LIAII.Y (4
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premlnn. Nortening of the his . r.nntittnin isanti andj
ening toa mise, d..y ali.i thl i Pr'snatme 111, Are,
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WE OUARANTER SIX DOXES '9
Tn 'ra ca', o . Wviih ea on'ar ree--.ie i by' ne for *l5
t.xei.,acomparni,ied wIih $ weo lit sunl the ilrehaser ct
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nl,whereny roceipt nf g ii,nt. Uinsurp,asedfor
la""- -n EISNE R & M ENDEL.SON,
320 Race Street, Phliladelphba, Pa.
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5.) Pstone for irraduateo. Writfior olirculare
OIM Mophine Habit.
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