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MAiURING INDIAN CORN IN TIl tILi
--Since farm labor has been so hig
the farmer has been compelled to rai
his crops with as little hand labor t
possible if he wculd make his receipi
exceed his expenditures. The praotk
of fertilizing corn in the hill, on land i
good condition, has in a measure bee
abandoned,and the manure has all bee
spread broadcast, not because in all ci
see it has been thought to secure th
largest crop but because the cost of li
bor has been such that it would not pa
to put a portion in the hill. It is trui
the expense of hand-dropping concer
trated fertilizers is not very large, bi
enough to raise a doubt if there will b
suffioient increese of the crop to pay i
Much depends on the condition of th
soil. If the snil is not very rich, eithe
the whole surface of the land must l
heavily manured or a small quantity p;
in each hill if it is desired to have th
young corn start with much vigor. ,
soil that has already been made rich an
well pulverized is in a condition to mak
young corn grow vigorously if all of th
fertilizers are spread broadcast.
When it is decided that the soil is uc
rich enough to secure a vigorons growt)
without something in each hill to fel
tilize it, the very important questio
comes up, as to what is the best to pu
into the hill. If the object is to fore
an imn eciiato growth of leaves an
stalks, care should be taken to use onl
such fertilizers as are in a condition I
be soluble in water, and thus be at onc
available for plant food, or the plant
will get but little from them until it ha
been through a chemical action in coi
neotion with the soil.
Mistakes are sometimes made by uP
ing a fertilizer that will not becom
plant food until long after the plant i
full grown,thus failing entirely to assii
the growth of the young plant. India
corn, as a iule, will not pay for han
labor to put lertilizers in the hill, Ia
when large fields are to be plaited, an
a corn-planter is used that will drc
fertilizers at the same time without e:
tra labor, there are many fields ti
will yield enough more corn to pay fi
the fertilizers thus used; but the corn
fields of Now England are most of the
so small that they are planted by hai
Ovun one hundred now varieties
strawberries have been introtuced wit
in two years, each being claimed to pa
sess merits superior to the others. T1l
fact is, however, that particular vari
ties are best adapted to certain section
which is often overlooked by those wl
contemplate starting a new bed, Son
varieties produco well on sandy soil
while otLo:s do not, and in order
avoid disappcintiment the adaptabili
ef the plant to the climate and soil ni
the firmness of the berry should be co
sidered in preference to any other qut
ilications. The populatity of the W'
son is dun to its hardiness and firinnes
wI ji enabled it to bear transportatio
in quality it is very deficient, and
p)rottueen better on hoavy soils than <
light, but its firmness alone placod
abo:id of all others for market,
A wiTER sayb: 'Ttierc is scarcely
farmer who does not plant a larg
acreago than lhe can pr'ofitaly attend
am1( the result is that three acres lhar
ly erou out so much as enio ought
and1( we hear of twenty, thir-ty or forl
ought to be sixty to ome hundred buts,
ela, and it the time Mpenit on twent
acres was spent en ten, and1( the mnon
dribbled on twt nt.y were juidiiousl
used on tho ten, there would be te
acres to put in grass, set to enrieling
self and tat the stame time mnakinag splet
did pasturaige for a hadf score of yeal
hngs, besides reatlizing fully asn mne
corn as ini thceliu-style waty, 1au1( il
stead of pulowing the corn only two<
three tin.es we had better plow it si
timnes. Now 1 know wheartof .t speal
During a dIrought seveital years ago(
certain farmer bado his boys plo0w tI
corn seven times t hat summter, anid wii
the neighbor:; cribs were very lean thb
year his crop) was the lairgest ever gatl
erett on that farmi."
A MARYLAND man tadvises reade>
what to phutil in hanging bask et: "'Pi
a p'lant of German or English ivy<
some other line,-leaved vine tat each wil
or chainir; plaice a lobelia andI a mo:
pink, a Kenilworth ivy or an exalts bi
tween (ach ivy, In the centre liut
coleus, a fancy-leaved geranium or
contaurea, better known as 'dusty mi
lor,' with tan artillery lant anad a saxi
fragai (bt efsteak or strawberry geran
umn), either the plain green variety <
the variegated white, green and lial
pink one, on each side of the centi
plaint; then put in two or three cuttinag
of trtadescanttta, of wvhich there tire no
several varieties- white, green all
bronze, green and whito andi T. mull
color, the latest, prettily variegati
Areeni. whtieo anxd pink. Thle hist.,thougi
very handsome, is not so stm og a gros
or as the others, and has a tendoncyi
run back to the older varieties''
A eORIRESPONDENT who has met i
striped bug and been coii(luered, say
"'I reconmmendl the planting of 01n0 4
more seeds of the Hubbard or bostc
squash in melIon lills, andl as the bootl1
is very fond of the squatsh plaint the
may eat them first in ttheir hunger; the
pull them up wvhen the danger is eve:
The surest method, I think, is to pla~i
Iif teen or twenty seeds in a hill, antd
soon as they peep above the earth di
a little superphosphate around( andneci
but not on thu plants. This wvill mal
it unpleazant for the beetles, and the(
soon quit. It may be necessary to r<
peat the dopo lightly two or three time
as the rain mnay prevent the escape
tihe ammonia; aind there is this adva:
tage over tobtacco dust, hiellebore, sut
phur, oet-it will caiuse them to gre
rapidly even if the bugs do not c'ome.
frequent inspection is necessaury, f<
they need it.,' _____
A PAVOITE practice of dealing wit
the peach-tree borer In the Michtgga
fruit region is to remove the earth tabot
the base of the tree to the depth of sm'
oral inches, letavang the crown of ti.
tree and the bases of the larger rooi
exposed. The borer works best uiidt
the ground, and exposure to the venatI
or seemsn to destroy many of thenm. TU
hollow is allowed to reinain until aft
a lew hard lreezes in the fall, when th
earth is heaped about the tree for ir
ter protection. This practice its,<
course, supplemented by digging 011
the borers with a knife. MUany havi
tried driving nails Into the base of th~
tree, and several other aevices, bus t
little or no purpose.
A NEW and very effective way to Ir
a table scarf with plush is to nme
square or plush istead of a band as
decoration on the end of a scarf. Thi
aar servo as a background for a spra
-of flowers in ribbon emubroidery.
'htd o16iti1ve ability regttired to su
cessfully bflanco the needs of the broad
jar may not be given to every woman,
but she may at last see that none is
wasted. If pieces have accumulated,
e dry them crisp and brown in the oven,
n and use them for the stuffing for fowls,
u for the basis of a pudding, or for grid
n die cakes. If a half-loaf or whole one
- is too stale to be relished on the table,
0 set it in the stemaer over a kettle of boil
i. ing water, and send to the table on a hot
y plate and covered with a napkin; or,
after pouring enough water over it to
- wet it, set it in a covered pan in the
it oven and let it remain there until the
e superfluous moisture has evaporated and
, the bread is really steaming. This
e should be an occasional iish oily, for
r no one likes it many times in succession.
e Slices of stale broad may be dipped in
t egg and be fried brown in butter, and
o be served as an omelet. There are
A many other ways in which it may be
d prepared, and, with a li:tle care, no
o woman need reproach herself with the
o fear that through her neglect and waste
fulness her children wvill come to "woful
FRENCH CREAM CANDY.-TO make the
n French cream candy so often mentioned
.t in recipes, follow this rule: Four cups
e of white sugar, one cup of hot water;
a flavor with vanilla. Lot this boil in a
y bright tin pan for eight minutes without
,o stirring; then try if it threads from the
o spoon, and, if it does, take it from the
a the and try a small spoonful to see if it
s will be creamy and roll in a ball; do
L- this by rubbing some with a spoon
against the side of an earthen dish; if it
will not, lot it boil for a few minutes
e longer; but if it is satisfactory, pour it
s all in a dish and beat rapidly with a
t large spoon. The vanilla, or any flavor
n ing, should not be added until the oroam
d begins to cool. This can be formed
t into all sorts of shapes, and can be
d varied indefluitely. If the cream cools
p too much to shape it, you can warm it
without injuring it. Raisins, currants,
t dates, and citron may be chopped ine
>r and be mixed with the cream, and be
u. formed in bars or 1lat cakes. Al. onds,
in hickory or English walnuts may be used
id also. I know of no way by which so
much pleasure can be given at so small
cost as to lot the children of the houso
of experiment with this candy recipe.
s A Goon dressing for a salad is made
of one tablespoonful of dry mustard,
0 half a teaspoonful of salt, half a tea
8 spoonful of sugar, pour about a quarter
to of a cup of hot water over them, and
stir until all are dissolved. Then pour
to t salad oil; (1o this slowly, and stir
after each addition of oil, to make sure
i of having just enough. No more oil
should be put in than will be taken up
or hidden in the mustard, etc.; two
1 raw, unbeaten eggs may then be vigor
ously stirred im, and lastly hill of a
s small teacupful of vinegar Let these
a all come to a boil; it will burn easily,
it so must be watched and attired every
inmoment. Let the dressing get o:d
before mixing it with the sahuul. This
is nico for lol:ster, salmon. uhieken,
a cabbago, meats, or lettuco, and may be
r sent to the table in a boat so that ea ch
to 11 ilay prepare his own .a..a.d if so
AN atftraichive clialir or sofa cushaion is
m nade of contrastinag shIades of velvet.
asain or enanimere. 1axso rwo Sqauares
afth material, tile sizo yell wishI your
cushionj to bo; cardimal anad pzale blume or
black and ol gold are suitable colors.
Cu~it each asquaare into two p)arts diagoaal
ly; sew together a half of each color;
emlbroid er a dei over tese:am or
not, 1as you pese;o tlesqae
together und~ pnise; wa evycr
tomtchath naterial; plauco a hecavy
r talasel alt each coraner anad it is tinaishedu.
c. UMInnELLA,I are qjuito in tho wavy ini
a pleasant welathler, anad are particularly
e bothaersomae whln ai party is on a saiQht
to seeig tour. A cause for thlir reception
~t will b>e found usefuil. Gray lianen duick,
~- thirt.y-two inchles long anad t,wenit3 -nine
moches wade, is requiredl for its nmanuf,le
ture, Fol the hiinen to half ita wvidth
es and slopoc it on tile openl side to aubout
1t eighteen inachies ait taie bottomn. Blanat
>r the top1 andt bottom alaht~lly aund bind
oC with creamli bralid. Mark oir' the linena
is into four eqiaal p)arts leingthiwise anad
stitch ill brown embroidery silk. Sow
a brown silk ribbons to the outsado, four
a inches from the ('xtremuities, for tying.
-. ONE of the simplest anadt best ways by
r which light-colored kid gloves can bo
at olcained Is this: Put tile gloves oia your
o hands, take an old1 and very soft linena
aandkorchiecf, wet it mn sweet milk, anad
rub at on 'i picco of whlite soapl-caustilo
d or any todet soap1 will anaswcr the puir
i. pose--theni applly to the seiled parts of
a tile glove; do this until thec spots dhis
hl alppeatr; tian wiet the enltire glove anid
. 1)ull it and stretohl and1 rub ntil it as
o dry. If you are faithful it will not dry
in wvrinklea. Oane word of caultion
shIould be aldded to the ablovo. Lavon
ac der-colored gloves cananot be cleanied ini
a: this way, as they will fade anid look
to EtucCT IN CA RE.- One pound( of sugaa,
y tharee-fourths of a pomud of butter, four
n eggs, one0.1alf piaat of yeaast, two lad a
,half pounda of flour, onec pint of milk,
t spices and( raisins, one teacup) of amolas'
Ssea; nix the yeast with the milk and a
t part of the flour sand let stand over
r night; in the morning work the butter
:0 and sugar together, then adld the eggs
y and wvork the dough with thle rest of the
- ingredients; rise again before baiking.
>f Tmart.-Boeat the whlites of six eggs
-. to a froth; add three tablespoonfuls of
1. any flatvorinag you lake; whaip thais until
w the spoon iil staund in it,; boat the yolks
& and a half cup of white sugar uantil light.
r. stir this io one qulart of b)oilinug mlilk;
as soon as it comes to a boil pour it. ianto
a bowl, anid set asido to coal; whlen cold
hpouar auto a glauss dish aund heap the
whites on top.
Airoso the almost inidispenasaible arti
Scles to be tuakena on tIle vacaationi trip is
r a toilet iiror. Leaath,er covers the0
rbauck of the beveled glauss, which ia pro
o videdl withl loops icr supporting bruaher,
r It is fastened to thae frame by two ply
er ots; the fraume is faced wvith p)lush1,
0wichO mlay b)e handsomely painted.
S WITH an expontaiture of a few cents a
tlooking-glass with a frame of browni
Cwood can be wonderfully imaproved.
e B3uy some pale yellow Lalatan of sufil
0cient length to allow it to be fastenedi to
t-he top of tile iriror, aund then to hanmg
a t each side of it in gracefl h olds; crot s
a thle ends at the bottom, and faston ith
a a loose knot.
y CATOUING the waiter's eye is good
practice before jinng a ba sel nine
Ant is hot gold tha, glitfersi dis be
Smith was seen on the streets yesterday,
'ooking as if there had beets several
deaths in the family. "What's the
matter, Gus ?" asked a freond. 'I have
lost my big diamond breast-pin and ]
am afraid somebody will find it." "J
don't nnderstand you. I should think
you would want it found. "You ought
to offer a large reward for it." "I'd be
willing- now this is contidential-I'd be
willing to offer a reward to the man who
wouldn't find it, for if it is found it will
be taken to a jeweler store to have it
analyzed, and then the world will know
that all is not gold that glitters and that
I only paid a dollar and a halt for it."
Mr. C. 8. 11o1l1, Veterinary Surgeon,
Bosthn, Mass., certifies that he has made
the great naln cure, St. Jacob's Oil, the
sole remedy in his practice for horse ail
ments, and considers it superior to any
oiro he has known in forty years. He
tried the rame great pain banishet on him.
self for rheumlatisn and by which he was
A BALTIMOnE man who disappeared
from hib accustomed l'aunts about a
year ago turned up the other day look
ing seedy and diseouraged and, in
nswer to the query as to what had hap
pened him, he replied:
"I left here for Kansas with every
prospect of making a fortune, but luck
was against me."
"Did you go into stock ?"
"No, sir, I organize a fire insurance
"That ought to have paid I"
"Of course it had; but just as I got
the thing to running one of the insured
up and burned out, and come upon me
for $300 damages, and that busted me
iliving been troublet for maty years wit i kidney
liscase, with severe pains in my blik and limibs
lmy unkles were it. tInes Vtary badly swollen-I
was ativisedt to go to tie hospittil for treatment
which I d:1 onl the ativice of ia friend, but founti
nio celtef, at least only of a temporary nattare and
I hal given up taill hope of a cure tntil any httshand
was a<dvied to use Iliut's iemedy by a frient
tiat hiai used it alu tideen cured of a severe case
of htropsyvalitt kidney trolile. I procured a bottle
tiat. ntl not tsedi onie-ittf of the hottlo before I
begali to lie better, no puni in tile baik, and tihe
swelblig of ty lintbs coiutenecd to go udown, aunt
mly appetiti waus niuch better, for I hati become so
buwel thU all I ate distressed mne very nuch. It
wats reaily dlyspeplta, coibtned withl the other
IIt'ilo bles, unit I I ta'e itselt four bottles, atlld Jilm1
ahl. to to niy work aind attendt to household
.luties, wailh before taut beei i ltr den to ce.
Alii In lt thlatnk ialut's lleanetly for the hetilth
and 1iin les"c which I now emjoy, and esteum it,
it great privilege ani antty to give you tills letter
iii benilf of liy llltty sotulercng lariy frieni in
ioston alnl ilie counyt r; till " eilin only say in con
talsit it tint It 3utl olce try it you wi I te convinced,
als I wtas, even lgiiast lily own wal, that Iluti's
liewlyh. is inulecdu a wolnan's I rient. You tire at
Ilberlt to lise this for their btnellit, if you su
choose. liesp'c'tfilly your-,
MRilS. WMi. GR.AY.
IilotI iol in.t11 , 1 I''.t,T etotil Street, noston,
.\ I,ril ', 1m;
A ltnagange-tictoe"s Prise.
stn. 11. i.ttiNY, ba;ggage-miastier on Eastett
Ii.ibulicn-i, Ilust"n, says;
"I W-ve us d i lunt,'s lnlinely, the great kidney
sint. i ver me ii e, in lcy linuy for months. It
Was recuintieneitl by friettiil i Poritsinouthi whit
linte beei curtdl o kiihiey troubles, andi inid at
Just as representlci aidt worlt its weaight in gold,
y wife is tsing it for'lyspepaliit, atid has Ilprovei
st raidly that I cheerfully iliorse it as a faintly
u l.ctt"e of Ic.cl terit, iunit I wutilcl niot be withcoul
A coNSu)Ern mother: Mrs. Pet
Schtinkisy is onte of those Austin ladie
who take much better care of their ani
mial pots thtan they do of their children.
ishas nt a nt noodle by the name
tlo boy, Bob. tasked his mother: "'Shall
.I give LFido this picec o sngar he ii
begging lot' ?" "'No, my child, it mighi
spoil his teeth; eat it yourself, Bobby.'
"'From the worst stages of IIeart Die
ease 1 conhsidler myself cured by the usc cl
Dr,. (Gruves' licairt llegu;ator.-'T. M.
Townts, 1'ilton, N. 11." 30 years htavt
proved the Heart lik'gulatuor a suire remedy.
S8h1 by druggista at *1 per bottle.
AN eXchange speaks of a "rich heir
osis." When a young man makes ui:
lis mind t.o marry an heiress, we advise
hIm to select a rich one. A poor' heir
ess is a hollowv mockory.
I wouild recoi)nendt( Ely's Ceam BaItm
to atny one having Catar'rh or Catarrhal
Asthmta. I have sultered ior the last five
years so) 1 could not lie dlown for we'iks at
a t imo. Sincee I have beent usig the IJalms
I can lie downl and rest nicely. I thank~
God that you ever Inventted such a mfedli
cme-O- F"rati Pt. Bl'eighi,Farmingtoni,Nil.
R1EV. SAMUon, EUCNsHiAw of Shofli
say3s that he was oncoe marrying a couple
when lie said to the min. "'Say after
me: 'With my body I thee worship.'
Thitati itnnoceintly asked, "'Must .J
kneel dowin to her ?"
Bohd( men admltire the b)eauitiful, and this
accounits in sonic meiasutre for the thou
sands(1 uponi thiouisands of' bfttles ot Carbo.
Iine, the decOdorizied petroleum hair renewet
and dressing, whlich have been sold yearly
since its mtventton bty Messrs, Kennedy &
Co , of l'it tsburgh. 1'a.
A YOUNo blood, aithoted Wai a horrn
ble stutter, enters an English pharmaoy.
"i wa-wa-wanit," says ho "some p-pp
p>ills of ip-ip.ip ip"--.-''IIurrah I," crioc
the implIationlt clerk, and the blood flees.
Ladies and clhiiren's boots and shoci
canntot imi over if Lyon's Patent, Heel
StIllenters are used.
'Wu hear of an ameratuer singer up in
Uhientougo county who frighitenied a pain
of canatry birds to death. It must havt
beeni a clear ease of killing twvo birdi
with one's tone.
IElegattit tud jlattale r'elely for' indigezi
tioin. hiiotlt bei takien bef'ore oaftrb 1nen1s.
G A XT t N is iin liqttuiitorm. 11y druiggis4ts.
'"Check I "-Pater'familits( reading doe
tor's bill): "'W il, (oteotr, .I have ne
objection to pay you for the medicine,
but I will returti tihe visits."
D)r. Kline's Great. Nerve Sestorer is the
marvel of the age for all ntervo diseases. All
fits stoppedt tree. Send to 931 Arch street.
AN inveterate wag, soiling a heavy
door ntearly off' its hmliges, in w~hicht con
dlitioii of neglect it had beetn for sotme
time,t' observed that wh'Ien it had fallen
andi killed somte one it woutldl probably
itver dhisonse, ilhdache andl constttpationt
Lus'il .t hd digest lon, quickl y entredt iby lrowtn'g
IT is hard to toll which is the more
ndiltous, the young fool or the old
fool, but the old fool has tis advan -
tage-Ito will never be a young fool,
whtereas thle young fool may some day
be an old fool,
Catarrh of the Iiiadder'.
St inging irriation, inifiammation, all Kidne- and
Urinary ucmnpatsne, cur.u by "u..at- . $.
.nest of All,$
itd 1k. V4YIEnCE, Buffalo, 14ow'York. t
bear Sir-- ly family has used your "F'avor
ito PYeseription" and it has done all that is
claimed for it. It is the best of all prepara.
tions for female complaints. I recommend
it to all my customers.
0. 8. WATERMAN, Druggist, Baltimore, Md.
To remoye dust from a stovepipe rub
with linseed oil, a little of which goes a
long way. Build a slow fire at first
until it is dry,
dyspeptic or constipated, should address,
with two stamps and history of case for
pamphlet, WOnLD's DIS1'ENSARYMEDICAL
ASSOCIATION, Buf'alo, N. Y.
"I BELONG to the press-gang, you
know," said Charley, as he threw his
arms about Corinda's waist.
"Well," she replied, disengaging her
eolf, "then you can just gang away if
"Golden Medical Discovery"
for all scrofulous and virulent blood-poisons,
is specitlc. By druggists.
From observations made in the Zoo
logical gardens, London, it seems pro
bable that the extreme lease of life of
the hippopotamus is thirty years.
OAnFIELD, TowA.-Dr. A. T. Ilenak says: "Once
using Brown's Iron Bitters proves its superiority
over all other tonic preparations."
The Scicntrflc Am erican warns peo
plo against using ice taken from ponds
containing impure water. Freezing does
not kill the noxious germs so inimioal
Don't Die in the nouse.
"Rough on Itats." Clears out rate,mice,roaches,
Copperas mixed with the whitewash
upon the cellar walls will keep vermin
The pills are warranted to be PURELY vege
tabtle, free from all mineral and other poison'pus
substances. They are a certain cure for Consti
R8ation. Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Biiousness.
Torpid Liver, Loss of Appetite, and all diseases
arising from the
Liver, Stonaunch, Bowels or
They remove all obstructions from the channela
of the system anti purify the blood, thereby Im
parting health, strength anti vigor. holdi by drug
gists, or sent by mail for 26 cenits in sttunps by
P. NEUSTAEDTER & CO.,
83 Morcer St., New York,
9ole llanufaci irers of ST. ItEIINA Itl) VE( E
Send for circular.
Hop Bittern are (ne rnr-st anid Beat
Bitters Ever Mlade.
They are compounded from itops, Dtait, Buchu,
Mandrake and I)anelion,-the oldest, best, anti
most valuable medicines in the world and contain
all the best and most curative properties of all
other remedies, being the greatest Blood Puriller,
Liver legulator, and Life and lealth Iaestoring
Agent on earth. No dlieae or Ill health can pos
sibly long exist where these Bitters are titedl, so
varied and perfect are their operations.
They give new life and vigor to the agced andi in
firm. To all whose employmenlts cause irregto
l.aril of the bowels or urinary orgatns, or who re
. itters arc intvait(ibi utig suum .
anld stilnulating, wihotut ioxicatlig.
-No matter what yotur feelIngs or symptoms are,
whatr. the disease or almnent Is, is' liuop hii'i ers.
Don't waiit until: on are sick, bt, if yott only feel
badt or mliserah,ie, use ltoip Bitters at once. It miay
save your life. I'lreuds have beeii saived by so
dng. t0 will be paid for a case they will not,
Do not, suffer or let your friends suffer, but use
andi urge thenm to use Hop1 Bitters.
Itemnemiber, IIop Ititters Is no VIle drugged,
-druniken niostrum, but the Putrest and Ziest Medi
cine ever made; tihe "Invalid's F riend and hiuope,"
ant no ilr1i or fattilly should he without them.
THE CREAT CURE a
E KIDNEYS,LIVER AND BOWELS. E
St tclenssth systen of the rid poion
o only the victims ef Rheumatism can roauizo. :s
S THOUSANDS80POASES a
i hav been quckl relieved and n shor tim o
Pin, $z. ID fle DntY, so!.D BY i)iUVG0JsTs.
Consumption Can Be Cured i
H A IL 'S
npen==. ronh 1 iff tl.s roshir
r as t see . .ftan a the Lembra e
an... we th sweats and
sum .imeurablo s aday
ol a. ti War.ant.s y.lars. Au ate..as low.
JONES OF BgNNGHAMTON,'
For Fine aompleoxionsi
Positive relieftandi inununi
iy fromi compJlexional blem
Ishecs may be found ini Iagan's
Ma gnoiia Balm. A dellente
and hllarnmless article. Sold
by druggists everywhere.
It imparts the nmost bril
liant andi lifec-llke tints, and
the closest scrutiny cannot
Ring Marks under the eyes,
Sallowness Riedness, Rough
neoss, and tIme flush of' fatigue
and excitement are at ence
dpisled by the Magnolia
It is the one incomparable
S/afoin/ is continually getting out of
Inc or of level from one cause or aneth
sr, the walls of the building may settle,
)r the floor may be depressed in one
spot by an unusual welght; a heavy
strain by a belt may cause a cutting of
the box, and a consequent derangement
Af the line. r'requent periodical inspec
dons should be~made to readjust hang.
srs and brackets, if necessary, and to
ascerfa!n if there is undue strain on any
particular portion. Neglect of these
duties will surely cause waste and ex.
To Steady the Nerves
is a task to the accomplIshment of which nar.
cotics and sedatives are inadequate. The etlecl
they produce Is paralytic. They destroy sensa.
lion without beneiltting the nerves. ~Ilostetter't
Stomach Bitters, on the contrary, strengthen
and soothes the nervous system. Overwork ant
mental anxiety weaken and relax it, and therc
is no more reliable means of bracing it and
restoring nerve quietude, than by reinforclni
digestion and promoting assimilation of the footI
-two effects always consequent upon the usd
of the great stomachile. Failing strength Is re
euper.tted, a regular habit of body restored, and
appetite improved by the Bitters. DIlseave must
be regarded as an exceedingly remote possibility
by any one whose system has been thus relnforced,
Malarial disease constipation, dyspepsia, rheu
matisn and kitdney troubles are overcome b5
and prevented by this standard medlcine, whici
has no peer among American tonics and is it
constantly increasing dtemand in iexico, tht
West Indies and South Amerlca.
To note the magnetic variations of
magnetized bars during thuuder-i torms,
M. de Lalagrade mounted a thin iron
membrane, as in a telcphone,at the end
of a bar. Before and duringeach light'
niug flash small, dry sounds were
heard. Better results wore attained
with twelve horizontal magnets, eact
having twelve coils at one end, and th<
wires connected with two conductori
and two telephonee.
ihenry's Carbolle Salve
Is the nest Salve for Cuts, Bruises. Ulcers, Sal
lheumi, Totter, Chapped Hands Cnilblains. Corm
and all kinds of Skin Eruptions, Freckles and Pim
ples. (et Henry's Carbo:lc Salve, as all others an
couterfeits. Price 25 ets.
1o,w to Shorten Life.
Abernethy. the great English surgeon asked a ladi
who tol hin she only had a cough: "What woult
you have? 'rho plague?" neware of "only coughs!'
'he worst cases co, however, be t ured by Dr. Win
Hal's ialsam for the Lungs. In Whooping Cough
and Croup it inuediately allays iilnnamnation, and it
sure to provent a fatal termination of the tisease
sold 'y all druggists and dealers in mtedicine.
Chcmists have about agreed, after ex
periments, that the liability of carbolid
acid to turn pink arises from the pres
once of copper. That which had beei
prepared by distilling entirely fron
glass vessels rwe ained white for montht
in the. uniight: but when to 50 grami
of this acid 10 drol's of a solution of
uopper sulphate (1 to 400) were addei
the pink color was formed after Eii
days, and in two mctlis becane yer
i'jtEsT ADM lST iou-i.ivn:u ol., frtini s'lecteil
livers, on the se.ashore, by Caswell, Hlazarl & Co.
N. Y. Absolutely pure anti sweet. l'aicnts wit(
have once taken it prefer it to all ot hers. 'hysi
clans declare it superior to all other oils.
CHAPPEn i1tANns, facel pliples and rough skilt
cured by using .Juniper I ar Soap, inado by Ca,.
well, hazard & Co., New York.
The migration of birds seems to be
more a qilestion of food than anythinp
else. A migration of robins, whost
food supl had been reduced by thc
dry season, wits not iced during,.Tuly ant]
August of last yecar.
Deline your Tertaua.
'Tale to the righit, saitd a mait to atnother macross tht
river,. who lad inutuired the way to theo ford. 'Tho inti
didt 5 s anl was drowned. My( tileIan .a .t i,
iprono,tt'eed anl in1faliblte ipaniteen It mneans that ai
cl bsases hatv, salla b'ginlites it si,tl 115 llotit-r o
tiheorgats of dbcestion, ittritton anid secretion, ann
by purilfyling thi ib.oed antd iremovhtig congistin
atlt dliseua itay be itre'vettd. No remedot ha:s yet
bi dt sot e t ike the old St. nerntard >ills. Al
In the State of lowa there are 633,
568 children of school ate, or when
30)8,989 are boys; and 294,570 are girls
It is said that the school census is no
as accurately taken as it ought to beO,anhl
there are probably more tihan 11,00(
cihildfren of school ago in the Stato no
LEwIS, IowA-Dr. M. J. DaVis says: "nhrowvn'
iront nItters give the biest of satisfatction to thtosi
who use It."
.Mew Jersey has a law requiring seeds
men to give written guarfintees to pur
chasers that seeds sold them are sound
and making themi liable for damages it
c ase the seeds fail to grow on accoun
of their bad quality.
Malar'ia, chills, positively cuIred by
Emory's Standard (Cure Pills. Theliir equal
unknown; sugar-coated; no grii)mnr, 25o.
ThVe brilliancy of gold can be impar
ted to brass ornaments by just wvashint
them with strong 1lye made of rock alun
one once of altum to a pint of water
when dr'y rub with leather and fine tri
D)r. Graves' Heart IHogulator cures al
forms of [leart D)isease, netrvousaness ant
It has been stuggested that alithlmetit
might be made much easier for schiolari
if they were at tihe outset madle to learn
the multiplication table as far as twven
ty times twenty. The s.ystem of fac
toning numbers Is also advocated, as
great saving of time and labor.
Once try Chrolithlon collars and culif
andI you will wear no other kind. Tihe~
fit so well and feel so nicely.
Whens brushing and comb~ing you;
hair. have a large newspaiper spreat
on the floor. Loose hair is mttch ca
sier to remove from that than the car
"Htought on Corns."
Ask for W~ells'"Rtlough on Corns." 15ic. Quickc
comleite, piermainent cure. Corns,warts. buniont
F"or ordinary woodwork use whiitin
to rtub the dirt off, and ammonia.
heat Iu sthe vwrld, i4et the gennhsne
Ever.v package has our trade.marl,
and( Is n.arkedI Frazer's. E4 0 L I
AIwEEK. $-42 a day at nomne e' asly made. Cosi
oua roe. Address'iTaUR a (o.. Antrusta. Mi
i7ANTEDk-- A" ENTi' for nur womiterfuli -) q
cVo's,tni b, nk, "DSA UtGBETERN~ 0.' AYE
ENE4'A.' '730 pps, iiiustrtied amnd lends ni ottr
ni. ni. it HssELLh. Pl'tishe'r, nostont, Mas,er
N. (4 A T F Celebrted stecilatejMo Ke
*eieckn,e Ags. atled, MJ3lintd.Ar.,Albany,.N I
I. E~i hEANNAh El E A C4ARiENV Yf^rOir
. tuv. AitIil Udi J1. 11(11, M.U.., linstotownt. Mit
GATES.F1r te c.Smplestad ost arn
o na an fro the eam, d ate, thyt
. W T,EER& IlRO~N., Trot woodi. Ohiio.
PUM Morphi ea Habit.
OP I Q N%jtar i ouredl. T1en yar
esa ed .000 eured, tao
ERMAN REME .
Rheumatism, NeuraIgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headachie, Toothaclhe,
more Tia sn,Nwellingnt1spaite,iruINe,
Isierla, Ncalts, 1- cost Hilen,
aND ALl. Olllilt IODILY PAINS AND ACIUIS.
Boleoy Drugglsto l etealorsersrs whero. Fifty Ceutsa bottle.
Dilrections Iu 11 l.atgues.
Ti: UIIAII.IS A. VIIU;.1LR CO.
(Suoo.esrn A XIELKRA 00.) liitllaore. Md.. U.ILA*
HAS BEEN PROVED
The SUREST CURE for
Doc a luo lxo!c or disordored urino indi
onto that yor aro a viotira P MHEN DO NOT 4
EHESIIT; uo Kidnoy-Wort at onoo, (drug
gists ro:Jmmott annd it willspecllly over- a
O'como tho discaso and restoro healthy action. m
L a to your sex, uch as pain J
,and 'veakecseca, KidnoyWort is unsurpassod,
ait will not promptly and safoly.
Eitheriox. Inconttiono,rotentIon ofurino, *
brio!c dust or ropy dopopita, and dull dragging C
pains, all speedily yield to its ourativo power.
4A- BOLD DY AL. DRUGGISTS. Price $i.
uthing Iu the world 1quntt to It for tho
cure of Scrofula. P'imuples, nulls, Teter, ol Sores,
Sore Eye., Slcrourial Dilseases, Catarrh. L.oss of
Appetile. Femuate Colnplaints, and all food
disascs. It turer fails. All druggists and
country store keepers sell It. It. X. Sellers
A t'o., Prop's, Pntaburgh, on every bottle.
BEFORE-AND - AFTER
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Tdal.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
110 are suffering from Nl:nvous DKntLITY,
LosT VITAITY., LACK Or NKnva FotUC AND
Vioon, WASTINO VEAKNESS.S, and all those diseases
et a 'gltsoNAL NATUII resulting from AtuvsEs and
OTYaat CAUSE.S. HtteedIy reliet and complcte resto
ratlonof 1IKALT1f, iO and IANHOOD (IUAItANTFD.
The grandest discovery of the Nineteenth Century.
Bend at once for llustrated l'amphietfroo. Address
VOLTAIO BELT CO., MARSHALL, MICH. -
CA'rAR RH wa"troul,ont bny:tt' a
it nutvert bnd I!ernwteluu
u littil I used k.ly'"s Cream ialin
S New Irnswick. N. .1.
S nvisg ICen allictcl "Ill
IinyFeler !xr years I gav E'ly
AYfYE Crea Italmu a trinl. I hatw h,1
e:nt, Maiuch Chuluk. ia.
y n morno 1, lItl olenncsiu:
U t insal Uncv.icge1 of. enr'l3ti
HAY-EEi vrioccczau, nb ealtIy Hecret 03n1
un lE.ulociy, suun sxlii pr teu
IS'.1 miv . r Ia t lyl!ht.)1mL11,OIl.11he.3l
E LY'S ol insto nua1 anucn. n,nnu.int:, r,
CREAM BALM.a1 """3 "'.
A thoirough treatmient will ettrm
Une30 italked fo'col in th head~t'~i. Agrti It uscc.
-1 to cirr wil . hi 1cii a ckuiK. bI lall or 3
It relioves at onee un,Pl hpe inso Lips,
Cornsunioalns.aeall,Brulses,Sorness of feet, hantuis,
yes.et. sihngfoanycso. BcAfs yourd
URSWHERE ALL ELSE FAILS.
Ule4u in tim. Hoild by I drtui .
ln the human body ERADICATED, by uii
stl In ItsN actin. oe a ffectu1..
8r O ALE IBY ALLiIU Gs8
DRS1. J. N. & J. B. IHOBENSAACK
OF XlEl,1-AliU.SE AND AMElCUltIALl%A~TIOb
sholid not hiRtite to consuIlt J. N. and J. 1B. 110
IiENSACK(, of 200 North Necond sireet, P'hiladlel
ph1ia3, 011ther by 1ocai1 or by persoin, dulring the hour
trom 8 A. M1. to 2 IP. M., aund 611 io P. 31.
Advice I ree. Whosoever Wouldl know is coudi
in and theu way' Io llnpro.ve II should read
"WISDOM IN A NUT'MliELLi."
Sent 1)n rece(ipt o3 il-cont s'ntop
Insano Persons hsestored
N ERVyE R ESTOR ER
for rs//flRA:s & NURva D)iSEAscts. On/y sures
INFIPAi Iu if laicsa lrtue/ s c. , a/c.
A/tfdrys use. Treati,e ian< $2 teria linttle fcee t
i' patient, th) yin exi)rets iar eton, re soa
CUT TIS OUT An=euntt
ma ssl, a GosI.lres o zf Goods that wIl brs ~uIn
lateOertine M. ouns 10Grenwic SL, New. Yor
YOUNG MEN lear" 'rTa'.-anApilyheronit
Olrotclrfree. VA LENTIN IS lIN. JnosIlo Wi
C"410. Positions for graduaeties. Wrt inor Cir0lar,
A SF,TM AlTED for lti ot tud "at
unhed IS tpor centl. NATIONAL, PUD. 0i0.. Ph llada.. Pu
851 trl.1 Ar dy vIo f o. a anxp for r
ply.~ WIll bn at lir.mnch Oilo heod of one
mxonth: K3ystonfo IIonse. Read~i. P a tu.rdi
rIh lla 1,1 lltblt Pa tll na bIa h
cmal hlotel Chic_ago,I lit,_- aci Mh; Comm
World. Writo for Icarticula.. toi. goiwiit r
puietor. 8;M Neuth 6th N6ree'l, PhblIadelphia, Pa,. E
$65 '""* an" b'oa InOron con
"THE 3EST IS OHgApEST.9.
INIE,THRESH ERS SWMLS
sdiwtoThAt Wr. A Talr OS laaa Oi
~ 983 FETMlIne rIl pi iper, In Ii oter
SITUATIO hors A&,Puai
iSnnna liuan 6 Fu.l Ary'" Chicao,a NehI
HEALTH IS WEALTHI
Health of Boy kIWealth of uia
TRE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIERS
Fore bloed makes end fesh, strong bon and
a clear skin. If you would have your lesh rn,
our bones sound without earles, and your coin.
exion fair, use
Radway's Sarsaparill Ian
A remedy composed of ingredients of extraor.
finary medical propertiest essential to purity
ealep and invigorate he broken-down and
wasf - Qu1, PLArANT, SAm and PUnna.
NET In its trea=ment and cure.
No matter by what name the complaint may be
deal ated, whether it be scrofula, consumption,
lis,ulers, sores, tumors, pelas, or
arhem, diseases of the lungs, dneys, blad
der, womb, skin liver, stomach or bowels, either
ehronloor constu tionul, the virus lain the Blood
whioh supplies the waste and builds and repairs
these organs and wasted tissues of the sye m.
If the blood is unhealthy, the process of repair
must be unsound.
The Sarsaparlllian Resolvent
Not only is a compensating remedy, but secures
the harmonious action of each of the orgs It
establishes throughout the entire system noton.
at harmony and supplies the blood ves.
sels with a pure and health current of
new life. Tan SaN, after a few days' use
of the Barsaparlian, becomes clear and
beautiful. Pimples, blotches, black spots and
skin eruptions are removed; sorn and ulcers soon
cured. Persons suffering from scrofula, eruptive
diseases of the eyes, mouth, ears, legs, throat and
glands, that have accumulated and spread, either
fram uncured diseases or mercury, or from the
use of corrosive sublimate, may rely upon a cure
if the Sarsa arilllan is continued a suolent time
to make its impression on the system.
One bottle contains more of the active prinol.
of Medicine. than any other Preparation.
Taken in teaspoonful doses, while others require
Gye or six times as much.
One Dollar a liottie.
R. R. R.
Radway's Ready Relief
The Cheapet and Rest Medieine for
Family Use in the World.
In from one to twenty minutes never fails to
relieve Pain with one thorough application:
no matter how violent or excruciating the pain,
the Rheumatic, Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crippled,
Nervous Neural c or prostrated with disease
may saufer, RA WTVAY'8 RIEADY RELIEF will
aFord instant ease.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
IN FLAMMATION OF TUE BLADDER,
INFLAMM ATION OF THE BOWELS,
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS,
BORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA,
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST BITMS.
BRUISES. LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,
- NERVOUSNESS, SLEEPLESSNESS
COUGHS, COLDS, SPRAINS,
PAINS IN THE CHEST, BACK
or LIMBS are instantly relieved.
INe rra' VAnIOUos I201i1i!.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUIE cured for 50 cia. There is
not a remedial agent in thIs world that will cure
Fever and Agie, arid other Malarious, Bilious
Scalet Tp hold Yellow andI other fevers (Aded
BEAD)Y RELIEF.,LBs qcly as RAD', A'S
It will in a few moment'i, when taken internally
according to the directionsLcure Cramps Spasms,
Sour Stomach, Heart burn, l3oklHeadace Dicp. I
sin Ppitation of the Hleart, Cold Chills Ilyserca,
Palu lthe Bowels, Diarrhiea, Dysenlery, Colic,
WVind in the Bowels, and all Internal Pains.
Travelers should alwa carry a bottle of BAD
WAY'S READY RELIE F with them. A few
drops in water will prevent sickness or pains from
-anger of war stisa bettor than French Brandy
riner, an Lumaborsnem should always
Perfect, Purgative, Soothing, A peri
ents, Act without Pain, A Iways
Reliable and Natural
A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweel
tapurge, regulate, purify, cleanse and etreong
ItADwAY's PiLLs for the onre of all disorders of
the Stomach, Liver liowels, Kidneys Bladder,
Femnale Comiplaluta, trvous Diseases, a~os ofA
petite, IIeadache ConstIpation, Costiveness, ini
ti , pc ,Billusne Fever, Inflamma
mon of th Bowels, Piles, and alderangements of
the Internal Viscera. Purely vgtable, contain
in no mercury, minerals, or dltrious drugs.
I.'Observe the following syptoms resulting
from Diseases of the DI)Iestiv Orgas Constia
tion, Inward P'iles Fu Inmess of lodin the
Head, Acidit of the Stomach, Nausea Herth
Die at of Fod, Pull ness or Weight in the S8e
macl, Sour Eruetations. Rinking or Fluttesii at
the Heart, Choking or l4uffering Sensations wen
ina lying posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or
Webs bfore the Sigt Fever and duli Pain in the
HeadI, Deflolenc oPespiration, Yellowness of
the Skin aind Jyes Pain in th Side, Chest,
Limbs arid H3udden ~Ifushes of Heat, Burning in
A few doses of RADWAY's Pn.ra will free the
system from all the above-named disorders.
Price, 35 Vents Per Box.
READ "FALSE AND TRUE."
-Send a letter slam pto R ADWAY A C0., NO. 3
-Warren, ocr. Church St., New York.
Wlfrmation worth thousands will be sent
To the Puablie,
Be sure and ask for RA DwAY's, and see that the
name "IAWAy" is on what non bay,
fora Pl'lhiADIi'HiAL SiNGERl
of this stylo. Equali to anj
- 'Singer In theo mark-i. Rfe
o . *m'jn.gr, won acui t to be
exa I nediuy lefn'n yofu ij
h . s lfI. This is the same s!',
'Itheilr companiehlsrtai for*,,
Li ~All Mac,hinesc warranted,
years. 14eril for Ill,st ratedI Cir
cuiarar dToimnonials. Address
CiA ALE8A. WOOD & 'O
$5 to $20 n egg
r o~~ I-StudEii for Ja't'd. or Son.~forNlckled '
Ien f oi, r l'.,fi.or Fiit -nor. Agont'si circular ''.'
Ihelbul , a,,ir GIex No . DRABLE
AGENTS WANTED """"a a so
Ltoc Yinks ithIn ~v(i invented, .' lli knit a pair of
inten Itu, willI E aso kni'FLWE s'ompaete in 50
workuta for will thIre ksal a great variety of fancy
wforila and trlao tT a read market, ide
' RNEM TasLND FORcs MssL.