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D.A oD Cors W Su os.-A crop of
cats ruined by the wet season was saved
by ensilaging it, the oat sheaves having
been in a thoroughly sodden condition
and the corn in them so generally
sprouted that appaently all was worth
less except for manure. The process
of ensilage consisted in putting the oats
in a silo or pit, and adding about 800
pounds of salt to 18 tons of the green
fodder. When the pit was subsequently
opened after havmg been closed nearly
18 weeks, the temperature was found to
be 110 degiees, the mass was in good
condition, giving a fragrant odor, and
was readily eaten by horses and cattle.
Thl. theory of the process is, that when
green fodder is placed in a water-tight
pit under pressure, heat is generated
and fermentation ensues. The oxygen
in the interstitial air is speedily absor
bed and its place taken by carbonic acid
gas, so that the fermentation and its ac
companying heat are arrested in the
mass of closely-paoked foder immersed
in a bath of carbonic acid, just as a
lighted candle extinguishes itself in a
bath of choke-damp of its own making
when burned in a closed vessel. Of
course the more perfectly air-tight the
silo is. the more perfectly will its con
tents he preserved. The pit should be
cemented so as to be water-proof.
Tin pride of the farmer should be in
his fields. In their beauty, in their or
der, in their- product he should place
the gratification of his humble and hon
orable ambition, says a contemporary.
This is all very well as far as it goes,
but we would add: The pride of the
farmer should be in his wife and child
-ren-in their health and culture, men
tal and social. A farmer with a family
of seven, eight or ten children, well
bred, and trained up, has ?omething to
be proud of, and that should gratify an
Tau Drover's Journal says that with
rIll the dangers iromt disease, hog-rais
ing, though it requires more labor, is
really the most profitable busiuess
which formers can engage in where
corn is a sure crop. It is surprising, I
also, how mal-y farmers there are who
seem to wholly ignore the fact that any
other food than dry corn it suitable for
swine when it is within their power to
keep such stock half or two-thirds of
the year on lood not nearly so expen
IT has been discovered that there is
less potash in the leaves of dlshased
grapevines than iin heallhy specin;ens.
The lack of lotalish is maade up by aa
excess of liu. It. is possialo that lack 1
of mineral fertilizers iay be the cause
of iiany daseases of Irees aunt other
plaunts, and that farmers and gardeners
may yet have to consult the vegetable
and grai doctor.
Po-rToEs.- Tile Colorado beetle is a
tiae lenaatl cnenly to the potato, it
can be anecessally fought with Paris
gieen or Loidon paarr,le, if the poisoan
is ust d as sooll as the younlg 'wo) mls"
nake their ap11pearaance. The ground
nust be N eli stirred and kept free 01
wee(ds. and the erop dug early to avoid
the wd rot.
8no that sn . drloppig their hatmbs
t niua .-chue at tentioh; the leaast neg
I( ot ol ten pr ove s fattal. Whaile tihet p a
neecd priotection Iroam cold stormsa andal
wiinds they will not hear cootinemnent asa
welas naniy other ainia;they sho'uhia
thaceire b)e piroiided w ith a spaictius
shled, open to the south, whcro they
-chan bItandt in the sun anad haive good air,
and y et be pi ote cted from cold windl
in fatir weather anda kept dry durinag
EOAitINO OA'J.- An experienced far
mr 5a tha~t oatts should be scatted
sufliciently to swell before feeding them
to stock. When soaaked. the husk is
pairtly torn away. and facility of digos
tion incireased. Poultry will caretully
pick oui, the soaked grains froma the
dry wheni allowed a p)roference in t,be
Tn .LEnsr.-A wilner re~cmmends(I as <
the beat,1 fea tilizer for fruits anad cereala
erops a mixture of finely- ground Iresh
I ones and p.ood wood-ashes- six b arrels
of thec former and1( twelve of thec latter,to
Lo well mixed together on ai shed Icoor,f
adding duiring the mixing twenty huok- I
etc of waiter auhd one barrel of gypsum a
MANY horses are actually killed by
kindnlaess. Lotting themi stand in the
stral e fromn c.. week's end to antothier
without any exercise of any kind, be
cause they might hurt themselves it
let run loose, is very injurious. To
kee-p them in the right condition it is
necessary that they be exercised everya
A TnEE is to be graifted w~haen it is of
a poor kind, andl we wvish to chanago
the kind of Iruit it bears. if the taee
is very large It, is well to pratt onily the
loweir tairdt of the braanobos the first.
year. Th'le best, time for alppn aund
pear trees is jutst as the buds are swvel
AN extensive cattle and poultry raiser
in iowa states that lie hats no trnloe
with vermini on his b)eastui and birds
whaen thaey haLve a chance to" dust, thim
selves'' anda haave an opphort unaity to eiat a
Olnions onace a week.
BA5sAFuAs.-Bassairaa bushes may be
eriadicated by plow'mug deep and hiatrow
ing. This will lbring the roots to thte
surface. Plant coin or potatoes, and
keep thec crop well hoed to kill any
sprouts that may aippeaur, Two yeaaas
-of this treatment will thonroughaly de
THE IROsE SLUo.--There does not
seem to be any leausible way of gettinag
rid of the rose-bug e'xept by hanad
picking. The rose-slug is a.nothaer do
predator thant should be kept uinder by
dusting the p)latst with powdered helle-1
POTAToEs dto botter in a cool soil t han
in one that is quito Warml. It is, ate
cordaogly, better to pulant thleim oin lanad
that incelinaes toward the northa, so thaat
they wvill not hae exposed to the full force
of thme sun's rays.
FAnu expeiences aare worth nothiang
unless Iroat thaem we leaarn haow we ctau
make a fatilture, or how w.e wor'e able to
succeed. lenace the ''double ho w" is
what is needed to make tings clear.
Tax great disadvauntauge of cold stor
age comes from the fact that fruit thus
retarded mnut be tused as soon as taken
THE Cow.-Ak few minutes with the
card or currycomb on a cow at tins sea
son imnproves her appearance and increa
ses her comftort.
IT is stated that nine-tenths of the
pjples exported are Blaldwins,
BFREsMINO FoR TIE SI0K BooM -
There ip a French story that during th
plague at Marseilles a band of robber
ph ndored the dying and the dead with
out injury to themselves. They wer
imprisoned, tried and condemmed t
die, but were pardoned on condition o
disclosing the secret whereby the;
could, with inplinity, ransack house
infected with the terrible scourg
They gave the following recipe, wiuo
makes a delicious and refreshing was]
for the sick room: Take of rosemary
wormwood, lavender, rue, sage an
mint, a large handful of each. Place il
a stone jar, and turn over it one galloi
of strong vinegar, cover closely an
keep near the fire for four days; thel
stram and add one ounce of powderei
3amphor gum. Bottle and keep tightl;
3orked. It is very aromatic, coolin,
md refreshing in the sick room, and i
Af great value to nurses
The Latest Iionanzaln talifornia.
131IBER, CAL -Mr. Thomas P. Ford
ditor of the Mountain Tribune, of th1
lace, publishes that the great pain-cure
3t. Jacob's Oil, ass worked wonders ii
tie family, and that he would not be wil
)ut it. He states that among all the peopli
t. Jacob's Oil Is the most popular medi
ilne ever Introduced.
STURGEON BROILED IN PAPER.--Afte
the sturgeon is skinned, washed an
dried on a clean cloth out it in sioe
about half an inch thick and thre
inches square, and season it highl
with salt and cayenne; cut heart-shape(
)ieces of white writing paper, largo
mough to double over the slices of flsl
mud leave a margin of about an inch al
tound them; butter the paper, lay t
ptiece of fish on each sheet, double i
>ver, and turn and fold the edges liki
m hom, in such a way as to completel
oiclose the fish; put the slices of stur
geon so prepared between the bars of i
louble wire gridiron, rubbed with but
er, and broil them slowly for aboui
ight minutes on each side, taking care
tiot to burn the paper; serve the fish i
tble paper, which is to be cut off on thl
Ate before the fish is eaten.
Dropis of Wiater.
Mr. .ioRur (1. 131CKNEr,, No. 642 Main Slrert
':i1ilbrnlti,eport, dltae., wriion, April 2T, S3. '"
lave- ien elibly millltttl or a niuinber of yeal'
vilt ravel alidne(Ill-y llsease. My critic con
itlinet irimk-,iw tiepowity, and at tilnea I could no
1SS ny waler oeept int drops aned wih greu
tl; 111141 1 avy' I.u t.. gel uI 11. ninny ax fifteet
111c. tIl'urit tIlie 1ilgll. I Irled reverlil physIll a nIa11
they (lhd tie no gootd, b I. a friend of ine wht
linti 1ls8s liItItI 's Ifetldy, told nhe to got a 1)oltlt
lil Iry it. lie 1ai1 taeen cil e of a Reve re cant
lIlnllr too nni e, itml that others hati i1viecl UIt't
einlely nII ('iaobrillgo aint pronouoccd a it nlcoll.
-1110 of real inie it. Alter belig repeatedly urued
nrchastl a louttle, inil before I hal uinsu all of i1
pa"eI'd a stone Is large' as a pea, followed bl
mller one. I h-te l-ell in all len lott le.4, atlu11
111a co upletell'il rliltI. My kidneys are in ex.
a Ilb-tli e-n 1ou,111111 for nou, of ilnv lime t68) sixty.
Ight1 ye'ars, I etn trnly P-say I feel like i yotiy g nau
'tilt streugth nid 'italily. M1y fttnlly itse 1ht
te1lelly, tIltitl wyul I 1111 wit liotit It, ai nevel
11u1 it recoInnentl , to tur frli ts alnul neighbtre
it Clior lte anu,t mo1n. You are at I.berly t
1n lu I1am11e ii pl'ilse of lie best kitdney aun
ver uteIicetne, 1lit's Relmedy."
"Uid 'WtIrs for Mn."
'lthe above wordls ae froni Mr. Lswis KEEN, No
liighl.tnd Aveltle. MaliieI, .3111u ., A pril 28, 1c881
I :ny.: "'I ave Ieen tronbiled for ye.irs wI i kil
ey anl ilver coml,ini, followedt by gr.tvel, will
'eVI e 10al, III ui e Ilck aIllt grninn. I Iil greal
rIttlle Ill I)s, n1; wauelr, it I e 11g -t"a l1ty, 1111 ac
Ollip liled ,-y t i-be laIinrlil.l . IlN vessel 1telt;
a tc<l it llI I.rick-ditt-t i tillu8t. I was1 reo rn,Il
11(et 1i II1elll to seUn l' tic tl by1 1 a frient1 i llh
li .1 emi oilt ely eutreel of a sliilar tienle.
reliCl IeImp 110a-le ut lie ingIst'su, allm con11.
enee<m:Ol 1m llinprmv alc once11. 1 Imave lim blit I wi
0 1ie Ji0 ,11 I 1 19 ia elie ii 011(1015 fmmr nie-- io or
ew lit. iud I woumld nlot b>u witholit~ liinnt'si Hoe.
y3 mit anly price. R i un ml tnai it, Ia renimulmntlLe
ii i, anhIi I chi'eOllmy give tfils lest limflny for th11
'ellefh of Iille 110113' sliercrd Iroan kIdntey (21t?ast
SnLgvEs arc a nelcessify il a stiumer
ottage;1 whore tiables do not abound,
helise may be mnanufalctuired by almost
ny wvomani. Pieces of dry gooils boxel
vill do for the shelf; iron biackets
liat cost but a trifle, and1( are strong
ulm be purchased1L't hoforo you loat
ome1). If this shelf is in the sitting
'o1o1 for ant orflnmentail lamrbrequin, i
'our surroutingsihU are extremely sirnp I<
mtd plum1i, brown patper, or white, or
-reami-coloiredl holland may be uised, and
his may be gayly decorated by pinining
ar catchinIg wuith~ nedIc and thread t omt
if thle wild vines tlhat are found m the
voods, or ferns may bo pressed for thu
mlrposo, and ai border malde of themn
iSTUI;OVON S'rEAKs, Fi D. -After th<i
ishi is skinned, washed and sliced, dr3
t on1 a clean cloth; beat two oggi
mooth, mix together ia Ipint of f1110 dry
>read or cracker cumbsL), a level tea
4tpoonful of salt, half a saltspoonful oe
uepper, hahf a cupful of chopped
>arsley an11( a tau leapoonflli of hopped
)1ion1. llave ready over the fire a fry
ig kettle half full of hat. When the
at is smoking hot, dip the steaks in Liii
gg, roll t,hem in tihe erunb and sea
lonhings. and thou fry them brown in thi
mioking hot hat. WVhen they are done,
ake them up with a skuumo.nr, lay themr
or a moment on brown paper to fret
hecinn from gi en118, and)4 thon serve then:
iot., with lemon or any acid table sauce,
'rhat II uHbants of Minie
.thlree times0 the0 nian lie was befmmre he begai
DAN ~m iu GOO.uEERuY Foon). -For thiu
inplio and1 cheap dish, wVell flavored,
'ipe, red gooseberries are used. Foui
)0o1ndsl of gooseberrie s, with } lb. of
asp)i-erries; keep1 them stirred gently in
istewvpan over a clear Inro till the Iruil
H (itte solt, theni mash51 and straini th(i
tice through at cloth; malke this jicei
luito boil, then add i lb of sugar and
i ox. corn flour or arrowroot; let it bot
:.en uninute's, stirring it all thel time; wel
I fldl( with cold water, pour in, ani
whoen cold tuirn it out. A p)ilt of jtuc
o lb. ol corn flour are the( best pro
Iomon011. To'( be baton in fruit saulcors
with sifted sugar an<i milk.
S'ron1(31ON M'TRA KR, PiIImADELFPII f)
t'rrne-Aftler the fish is skinnod, wvail
L well ii col water, dIry it on a clean
ilothI, (elit it mn sliees abont an inici
hica,i, season01 them with poppor and(
lnt, put them between thet bars of
mtte red double11( wire grid iron 1and4 broi]
:1hem for abou t fifteen inmites, or unltil
he0 tlaikesm begim to sepalrat( and the fisl:
5 Loo)ked fthrot44gh. Thlen put1 the stoake
y and3( 1ervo3 thetm hot. A little lemnor
uice, vinegar or sonme acid caitHuj
hould14 be servedi with thesm.
Paralytie strokes, heazri danse'i, and kldnemy at
ecCion1,. pl evente I l-y time use of Brown m Vrol
(lIxcun Luh3ONADl(.-13il 12j pounlldi
>f lunip Htigatr for twentty mnntes ii
eni gallons of water; clear It witi
white of eggs; bruise a half pound oi
siniger, boil with the liquor, and thei
pour it upon tell lumons pared. Whien
aanlte col put it into a cask, with tw<
bablespoonfutls of yeast, thes hemion
sliced, and one-hilf onno, ningilass
hung up th~e cask the next day; it wvill
be leltdy In a fortiiighit, and wdil provt
a m<.st refre-hing Lo e rag.e.
"OrsTnns haven't been very good this
9 spring, owing to the dry weather.
8 How's that? Well, you know the oyster
lives on stuff that runs down the river*
9 and into the sea-eatable driftwood, as
n it were. When there's no rain the riv
I ers are low, the currents are sluggish,
V there is not so much stuff washed into
8 the streams, and poor Mr. Oyster finds
hard picking. But when there's heavy
(i rains, then the rivers are high and full
1 of food for our friend, and he sits with
, his mouth open and just eats and drinks
dt his il, and gets fat and sauoy. He
A can't-go to market, you know, and so
1 unless the market comes to him pretty
d well stocked it is hungry times for him.
a Now you know why dry weather makes
1 poor oysters."
Lost Faith In 1'hyslelans:
There are lunutuorablo instances where cures
have been effected by Scoviil's Sarsaparilla or
Blood and Liver syrup for all diseases of the blood,
when they had been given over by their physi
clans. It is one of the beat remedies ever offered
s to the public, and as It is prepared with the great
a eat care, as a specfilo for certain diseases, it is no
wonder that It should be more effectual than
i hastily written and carelessly prepared prescrlp
- tions maie by incompotent physicians. Take this
lnetlcine for all dilsorders arising from Impure
blood. It Ia endorsed by leading professional men
- as well as by eminent physicians and others.
'I ry it.
r Tu president of a defuna savings
. bank of Chicago got into a hack and
s rode to the central depot yesterday.
e Upon arrival at his destination the
driver said. "Fare, please, $1."
As the regular charge is only 50 cents,
the passenger indignantly demanded or
the "Jehu," "What do you take me
"Fifty cents on the dollar, sir; I waz
t afraid to say only 50 cents for the r. de,
for fear you would want to settle witu
me for 25 cents, that being fifty per
cent, and the rate at which you settled
with your other creditors."
The hackman got his $1. and the ex
banker got something he had not
thought of before.
When Is doubt
tlako the trick, Hoyle says. Don't stand in doubt,
wondering how you took cold, or how you got such a
iieadachu or a hy you have no appeite and your skin
is hallow, your oyes yellow and you feel badly all over;
but remenmber that ull such disorders are caused by
impure blood and your liver is thogreat laboratory of
th ystein. Cloanso that, restore the circulation, r.
no 'u ,oisonttu, exeretiuns b taking the great inedi
cal vegouthtle liver remedy. "St. Bernard's Vegetable
Pills.' you will no longer doubt that the old Mhonks
werebtrdor tan we. All druggists sell the
I .'St. iBerna,rd Vegetable Pills."Aldrgit Ith
MonE than critical: Orimsonbeak had
been a member of Roy. Longface's
church, but ho had back-slidden io far
t that there seemed to be grave doubts as
to his ever being reclaimed. He was
taken ill, and one morning, as the doe
tor was coming out of the house, after
making a note in his book to the effect
that he had "earned" another three
dollars, he was met by the Rev. Mr.
Longface, who inquired: "How is Mr.
Orimsonbeak this morning ?" "He is in
a very critical condition, indeed; very
critical I" was the doctor's answer. "Oh,
yes," rejoined the reverend gentleman,
with emphasis. "His condit ion is more
than critical; it is hypo-critical I"
Fot DrYsP:i'stA, INDifFrloN, nepresaon of apir
its andi goneral delblity,i their various lormis; also
ts it preventiv, against fever anti ague andi other
minomitteint fevers, thle "l"erro-Phlosphtorattut
Elixir of Calisayat" iinade bty Ca.swell, Hiazar i & Co.,
New York, aiuf sol by all Druggisis, Ia tIhe heat
tite ianl fior laitients recovering front fever or
01 her aickness, it u.as no equal.
ClIAnLEY quite outwitted: She
leaned her heitd upon his shoulder and
aid, in her most insinuating tones:
"Charley, dear, I've heard so much
about dudes10 1 want you to get me one."
Uharley smiled at her innocence, but
resolved to humonr it. "Would you Dre
for a French dude?" lie asked. ~ "I
think not," she answered, squirming
coyly. "Hlow would a German dlude
sumt?" "I don't think it would suit at
all. I don't understand Gel man,"
"Well, whatt shall it be, then ?" It was
her turn to smile as she said, with an
arch lock: ''A Yankee dude 'Il (10."
After having used a large nluber of
pre'parationsa for Caitarrh, I have become
satisieitd that of them all E!y's Cream Bahn
gives me t.he miost relief. I can recommend
It to any one who mnay have a Col in the
llead or Hay Fever. -S. B. Lewis, P'rin
cipal Uraded School. Clinton, Win.
A anAaNnI 0on the banana: "What be
them ?" said a countryman, stopping in
Ifront of a fruit store yesterday and
pointing to a bunch of bananas. Hav
iing learnecd lie bought a plunap
redskin, and, without stopping to
pCoo .t, b)it oi' t.he end. Thle banana
was lfiishied ini the same primeval style,
and thon the grangor remnarkt d: "The
riid itin't much, butt the pat in purty
Tlhe Chinese muust go, andi all Amnerieans
shouild go-andl buy a bottle of Carbolino,
the dendorized petroleumn hair renewer anid
dIresser. Smne thie recent improvement,
lio preparation ever had such a sale or
gave sutch general satisfaction as Carbo
line. Sold by all dinuggists.
A cHAm'rTAnLI conclusion: "Who was
thatt person who sat next to you at table
this morning ?" asked one gentleman of
another at a fashionable out-of-town
hotel. '-I never saw such a queer act
ing thing; how her arms dIid fly across
the table, first after thin dish and then
that." "'Yes," relied the gentleman
adldressedd; "probably she was a bwiss
bell-ringer in her earlier days. She '
wass a stranger to me, thank God."
Fer Thick Ileadis,
Heay somahs,bilousconltions--Woils' May]
A pple lHil-n-billoius, eathiarlic. 10 anti 25c.
HEsITAllONJ: "What was the trouble
betwveen yeu and another party. M~ike,
on the avenue last evening ?" inlquiredi
an Austin citizen of his Hibornian per-.
ter. "WVell, yer see, sur, it was1 a bit ~
of hesitation on my part." ''A bit of '
biesitatloon ?" "Yes, su.r. You see I gave ~
him the choice av my two flats, an' lie
couldn't muke up his mioind, so I jist
gave himi the two av 'em for luck."
.A NAMtosA, lOwA.-Dlr. J. 0. Ste(lulro says: "I
know, tron iron Bitter, is a good tonic amt gives
"I THIK oldi .liiggs is .the most peon.
liar man that I ever sawv," said Mug.gin
to his neighbor. ''Why do you think
cae ie soipeculiar ?" "Whny I why be- .
cas ehas more dollars than sense."
Do you sleep badly at nighti? Why suffer
fromn indigestion? GASTRIN E will give you
relieft. GASTINE .Is int liqulid form. All
RHs ssng "I want to be an angel," c
and lie swore that she was one already.
To this she blushingly demurred. Then
lie married her. Demurrer sustained, t
1"is warmi weather comes en wcear Chro- an
llthion collars and coffs. Perspiratton has
no tifeet on thorn.
Tum ressis a grate thing." said an
B rigt a8 she started the fire with a
bundle of old newsaper.4
BTUuGEON CUTLETS, VIRGINIA STYm.
-Use a out near the tail, after the fish
Is skinned wash it in cold, salted water;
out it in slices half an inch thick and
bout two inches square; have ready
over the fire a frying-pan containing fat
half an inch deep, and when it smokes,
season the Outlets with pepper and salt,
roll them in dry flour and fry them
golden brown. Wtile the cutlets are
being fried, mix together over the fire
one tablespoonful each of butter and
flour, and stir them until they are brown;
then gradually stir with them a cupful
and a half of boiling water and half a
cupful of tomi,o or walnut catsup; sea
son this sauce highly with salt and pep
per and serve it hot with the fried
Somebody's child is dying-dying with
the tiush of hope on his young face, and
somebody's mother thinking of the time
when that dear face will be hidden whore
no ray of hope can brighten it-because
there was no cure for consumption. Reader,
if the child be your neighbor's, take this
comforting word to the mother's heart be
fore it is too late. Tell her that consuip
tion is curable; that men are living to-day
whom the physicians pronounced incurable
because one lung had been almost destroyed
by the disease. Dr. Pierce's "Golden. Medi
eal Discovery" has cured hundreds; sur
passos cod liver oil, hypophospites, and
other suedicines in curing this diisease. Sold
QATIHERING SIPLIES.-it in well to
make young children interested in the
virtues of all growinopl%nts that can be
pointed out,'and teaoh them to delight
in knowing and gathering the fragrant
spikes of pennyroyal, the tansy, the
Johnswort, with its - beautiful gold
starred blossoms. The uses of penny
royal are giv. n below, besides one val
able quality, that mosquitoes do not
"PENNY ROYAL" is one Of the most
rragraut of humble herbs. Penny royal
il has a reputation for destroying mos
luitoes, and now it is said that bunches
>f. penny royal laid aboat in kitchens
rhere roaches congregate at night will
lriye them away.
Truth is Mlahty.
When Dr. Pierce, of Butlalo, N. Y., an
souneed that his "I?avorite 'rescrip,tion"
vould positively cure the ruany diseases
znd weaknesses peculiar to women, some
loubted, and continued to enploy the harsh
mud caustic klcal treatment. But the
nighty truth gradually becamne acknowl
dged. Thousands of ladles employed tihe
'Favorite Prescription" aid were speedily
ured. By druggists.
A PnETTY new screen of ordinary
ize, called a cup screen, has been de
rised for winter comfort at 5 o'clock
ens, or to make up a sequestered cor
ker of the parlor in summer. Across
he centre of the screen runs a narrow
helf, just wide enough for the purpose,
which is used to place the empty tea
FULLED Bne.-Take the crust of a
iew loaf while warm, and, with a fork,
)ull the crumb into rough pieces. meas
iring about two inches each way; lay
hem on a baking tin, and bake in ah
low oven until crisp through and of a
;olden brown color.
In the cure of severe coughs, weak lungs,
pitting ot' blood, and the early stages of'
rJUsumionJI, Dr. Pierce's '"Golden MIedical
Jiscovery"' has astonIshed the niedical fac
ity. \\ ile It cures the severest conigis'
t. striengthenis the system anid purmifie.s thes
'lood. By druggists.
A ccording to the report of the shell
sish commission im Connecticut, there
ire some 9 ),500 acres of oyster-grounds
mnder cultivation and under the juris
hection of the State, A new mode of
multivation, or capture of spat for seedI
ynl muddy bottoms has been invented
it Oroton. Birch trees about twenty
~eet in height, and three or four inches
n diameter at the bult, aire thrust about
bhrec feet into the mud, with the tops
inder the surf ace of the lowest water,
nd inclined at an angle of sorne 45 de
~rees with the current. The floating
pat attaches itself to the branches and
~rows raplidly; a single bush affording,
n a few months, five to fifteen bushels
)f seed-oysters, nsone of which would
tave survived settling on the muddy
ottom. An absurd claim was made
hat these subn'erged bushes produced
icarlot fever and diphtheria, and many
ave been destroyed; but the plan has
'ecently received legal recognition, and,
vith proper effort, can be made to pro
luce millions of bushels of oysters where
i isow only waste ground.
On Tiatrry Dais' Trm1l.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
nil send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elcectro
moltaic Belts and Electric Appliances on
rial for thirty days to men (young or old)
niso are afflicted with nervous debility,
ost vitality and kIndred troubles, guaran
etmg speedy and complete restoration ot
mealth and manly vigor.-Address as
bove.--N. B.-No risk Is. incurred, as
hirty days' trsa91 is allowed.
The/ importance to tree-gr'owth of an
bundanco of water is wvell illustrated
>y an observation of M. Capus. In the
otanic gardein at Samaircande, Turkes
an, an Aslanithus glandulosus grew
bhout eight inches during the first year
hirteein inches the second and thirty.
lye inches in thme third, The soil was
tot n-rigatedl during these 3 years, but
ni thme fourths year when irrigation water
was supplied,thse growth of the tree was
'ver thirty feet.
Malaria, chills, positively cured by
~mory's Btandard Cure Pills. Their equal
nknown; sugar-coated; no gripmng, 250.
AnT, the sameo the year round: "No,"
aid Mrs. McGill, we don't celebrate All
'ool's Day at our house. The 'Squire
ever pays ansy attention to legal hollow
aye; and as for mue, Ifeel just as fool
sh one day as ansothor."
Ladies and(en ciuiren's boots and shoes
ansnot run over if Lyon's Patent Heel
itiffeners are usedt.
LIonT through darkness: His Honor:
'Are you guilty or not guilty ?" Prison
r: "'Spects I'se guilty, sah; but I'd
ike to be tried all do same."
Dr. Kline's Great, Nerve Mestorer Is tile
narvel Of t.he ago for all nerve diseases. All
its a ?' . Sen to 981 Arch Street,
"No, my daughter didn't do nothing
t the exhsibitien; she ain't much of a
cholar, you know; but everybodly says
he was the best-dressed girl in her
Physicians have long prescrIbed Dr.
iraves' Heart legulator fot Heart D)is
ase, why? -because it Is a sterling prep.
ration for a peculiar disease, and 80 years
se warrants it. $1 per bott,le.
Tnur have got now so that they put
red border around dash cloths and
Lcorate the centre with Swiss scenery
quid to steeanravming,
I'ran strangers: "What is that lyin
on your desk?' asked Gus do Smith <
a young society business man at whos
offiloe he happened to be. "TFhoso al
my receipted bills that 1 have just paid.
"teceipted billsY You don't say sol
exclaimed Gus. with animation. "LE
me look at them, please. I have ni
seen anything of the kind in the last Sv
Neglect is the Foster Parent
Of disese, whatever be Its direct progenito
Promptitude in resorting to a remedy is the ont
safe course, no matter how trivial the allinent ii
seem. As a safeguard against further damage
the system, sure to ensue, it the preliminary syi
toni are disregarded, few medicines can be r
commended with such confideopp in cases of dy
pepslia, liver complalut, constipation, rheutnatisl
kidney disorders and malarial fevers, as the ni
tional corrective, lostetter's Stomach Bitter
Pure, botanic prompt and thorougi it amply di
serves the faii reposed in it by the Inhabitants
this cont nenw, and of others where malarial di
orders, to which it is specifically a.iapted, are e:
ceedingly prevalent. Its remedial is ai wide
recognized as its preventive oiloacy, and the fa
has been frequently brought to the knowledge t
its proprietors, by p iystciis and others that
has entirely eradic.ited diea o In obstinale cave
where only to iparary relict had been obtained u
to tie time of its use.
FEEDING a press: Two boys met j
front of the Sun offico yesterday aftei
noon. The youngest of the two sai
"Hello, Tom, Are you working2
'-Yes," Tom rep'ied. "I'm workin
around in Spruce street, feeding
press." "Feeding a pres ?" repeate
the inquirer. "Why, you overgrow
Turk, you're not able to feed yoursel
let alone a press." -
Do you ever have acute pains in yor
left breast extending to your arms, do yo
ever have suffocating teelings in region o
your heart? If s you.have Heart Disease
Use Dr. Graves' Heart Itegulator, a sur
specillo. $1. per bottle.
IT's an ill wind, eto.: Two gentleme
wore discussing the subject of the healt
of their neighbor across the way. "H
seems to be a great sufferer during nin
months out of the year," said one.' 'Yet
was the reply, "lie is never well exoep
during the hot months." "Iheumatic
probably, and the heat agrees witi
him." "No; his wife's out of town."
"Welis'Iiealth Renower"restores healti and vigo
cures Dyspepsia, impotence. Sexual Debility. $1
MANTPULATING the mercury: "What'
that, John ? Is that the stage coming ?
asked the summer hotel proprietor c
the porter. "Yes, ?ir; I guess it is.
"Then hurry up and put some ethe
under the bulb of that thermometer of
the porch. They'll be here pretty quio
and we must have it down to 75 at least.
WAn,lav, 41A.-Dr. B. It. I)oyle says "[ cot
sider iirun n's tron hitters supertor as at tonlic I
any priepat iion now in use."
SPEAKING of the avocations of heaver
ly bodies, there is no doubt that th
sun is a tanner.
The ptlas are warranted to be PUR lELY yeg,
table, free fromt all mineral andl other pocisoli' u
anbHstances. Thley are a certain cure for Const
pation. S!ek Hleadachie, Dy:ie,el., 11'onanea
rn frm he ofAptite, and all disoasi
Liver, Stonlach, Bowels or
They remove all obsttiuctions from the channe
of the system anel purIfy the blooul, thierebiy in
parting health, st-rength andit vigor. 80111 by druj
glats, or sent by mtai for 25'cesitn stamips by
P. NEUST AEDTER & CO.,
83 Mercer St., New York
Sole Manufacltrers of ST. BERNA RDt VECIE
Send for circtular.
. THE CREAT CURE d
Ag it is for all the painfuli diseases of the o
E KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS.
SIt eleanses tioe system of the aorld Doison
that causes tho dreadfultauunbring ~whioh $
* only to vietima of Rthoumatism oan reatise. ,2
5 THOUSANDSOP OASES .1
of the worst formna or thin terrible disease.
Shave boon quickly velloved, and in ahort time i
W I1TCF., $1. LiQUED en OinY, sOf.D BY DitCoolSTs. ~
t - Dry cani bo sentt, mall.
WELLs,ICHAR.DeQf .o,Euritngton Vt.
CAT R H HSA V-FEVER.
, I ha Putl'ered for 'gt
LY6 years with Hlay-Fever, durit
duly, Auigus,t and s ep'tember. i
'Jiuly Iresorted to Ely's Creal
B01 ~E alm have bean enttirely fr.
1[VI from the fever ever since. 1jr
v5A WAID. IKILLMAN, ate Ara
n, Trenton, N. J.
, O19nAtr l.r tIlI, ynap1i
tI lie it the met I si
HAY- E iu causit ta"' ton
ROSE-C'OLE. II, i rati,
A P'osITiVF OURtE!' toajfdn
EL Y'S oftanoand a
CREAM cA..a * *Os
Unequalled to' cold in te he(i ,reo l ito tia
thn r folrCia. ents F pakae by .ail or a
Not. tng in the world equal to it for the
euro of sorofllila, Pimples, Btoti, 'retter, Old Sore.,
Sore Ryes, Aferturiai DIseases, Ostsrh, Lees of
A ppetile, remale Complalite and all Blood
di,sses. It never fait,. Alt druggists and
country store keepers asit it. 5. 3. Beilers
ACo., Prop's, iPnt.hurgh, on every bottle.
Camphor Milk is the best Linimen t. PrIce 25 cet
nes Cough sy u>.Taten good. *
Uso n tme. 0 dby druggists.
rol Os es Drns PIi,Chapped W*dsor Lp
gs,or sand to U St tte
YOUNG MEN WAN TED in Sept. to loarn
Com OtAii. 'olt$iai granied Addres
D EFAUILTED DONDU IUOUET
SSAM'iL A. GA LOtD, Danser, . Louis Mo.
$1 000 PER YEARWtveel maeotitl ,
ove4y county, to m,mage nilANChI OFFICF. Also
nloys nd Girls atsalary of wio peor ..cek scud 1004 (all
INEtINONA.AENC,N oex 174 Cbatham ,ot
UMNo pay till cured. Ten
D PI years established, 1 000
eurerul. Htiiatese 'Drh
Ty HE GREAT
L ER_MAN REMEDY
, OUR ES
- Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
L .umbago, Backache, Headacne, Toothache,
More Throat, l"ellangat g Er la .airulses,
Barns. Scald.., r oat Bit"s
- AND ALL OtiE BOD11Y PAINS AND A'lItt.
Soldby Druggi,ts and Deslere e erhwi.ere. Fity Centia bottle
Y Dreotloui In I1 Laugnsge..
t TIER OiIARLES A. V0ELEt (O.
It E,aosw r A. VodEt &(0.1 Bal timore. ld.. U.S. A
C HASBEEN PROVED a
The SURESr CURE for
Does alame back or disordord ttrino indi
oa at you are a victim P THEN DO NOT U
g HESITATE; uso Kidney-Wort at once, (drug- I
gist. recommend it)and it willspeedily over- A.
como the disoaso and restore healthy action.9
] e i For complaints poouliar
Lad I e to your sex, such as pain 31
andweakneesos, Kidnoy-Wort i anneurpasaod,
5 as it will aot promptly and safoly.
lithorsex. Inoontinone,otontdon ofurino,
$ brick dust orropy deposita, and dull dragging
pains, all spoodily yield to it ourativ power.
r t3s SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Prioo $1.
-"All your own fan"t
If you remadn stick witn n .ou can
Got 1lip ditt:rs that nevor-La11.
1 The weakest womian,.snllost child, and
I sickest Invalid can use lop Bitters with
s safety and great good.
D -Old men tottering around from Rheu
matisrn, kidney trouble or any weakness
will be allnost now by uising Hop Bitters.
--My wif and daughter were made
, healthy by the use of flop Bitters and I
i recomlmond thom to my poopl.-Methodist
Ask any good doctor It Hop
Bitters are not the best fanitly medicine
r On earth.
- -Malarial fever, Ague and Biliousness,
will leave every neighborhood a soon as
Hop Bitters arrive. -
"--My nlother drove the paralysis and
neuralgia all out of her systeln with Hop
Bitters.'-Ed. Osa,,o g un.
-Keep the ki.illo'. a healthy with Hop
r Bitters anti you ieed not fuar sickness.
--Ice water is rendered nar,lesaN t iore re.
treshlug and reviving with Hop Bitters lit each
-' IIe vigor of youth for the aged and infirm I n
In the human body ERADICATED b using
An old-time reu)v. Safe ande eect.
at in its action- Prlco 25 cents a ottle,
IW-FOIt MAIL BY ALL DItUGGIsT .
-5 to $20 sampewtje
FREE tY"rzTUIN M"AIi-Afn,dea,ripttot
Sof "Alood}}'e Now Tailor 83-atemof
Dress utting." D. W. oo-fy & Co., 31 W. 9th. Cia
Beat ian Etse world. Get thae genauiae.
sEvery paekare has our trade-.saark~
tenath In uatas*ked Framer's. 5 0 L lb
A (ENTM W ANTED 'for the Beat and sastest
uo.t0(d33 l er ti. NAIN in. Uno. Phaa. Pa
AGENTS WANT ED MET I.."#,n,,i
taalg EMislaise ever invented. Will knit a pair of
stockings with H E E L ait TOE conaplete in 20)
minuites. It will also knuit a great varwty oi fancy
work tar which thsero, Ia aiway a ready market. Send
for circelar aiti tor n to til at -uest By s toia
YOUNG MEN learn ETI(etpt eoau
Circeuars fre. VALENTN B' i0.. Janevllo.els
80 81H EE fine0 writing paper, in blotter,
with cale ntdr, by mall for 2fle. Agents
Wasuted. ECONOMY PINITING Co., Newbury
Phenix Pectoral wiallcanIl your ough. Praico 2, eta.
Ule tra Wrusea y Vsr. Au sisesas Row.
JONES OF BINGAMT:
T OOKI-Send Mn for.Tan\d, or 50o. for Nicled
.J.2Bui*r Proof Door F:se-incr. A'ctant's cir ct lar
Shel burno Falls Mn raer No. EO DALE
- PHOTOS "&MLIel ,'ad nae. Ohir a o
Wt^1TAT''-Ai-AaE< TO TAKG OUit NEW
c VFane:v work at thleir homes ini cIty or counitry
IIaden 0 to 81 re-we.Iilu oafoou
particular.JIUDNJN1y MF. 0..:15 Hitha Ain., N.Y
P4' 4' 0 dO, (1rai ~udP.vno Cam
ladn. atal (,.,i i ts:,rel. In (ii 11mb1 -ro 0?L-mnmarc,. Ohi.
P psitiv orii.It v.ii, If rlt- r - iaiki frrlac
Scorols tile tr iii or viius ii,-dtLeil oatit
o mno. lnmlinizt, to egr iphi eadvlic-, of,ail tr.lin4
,~ cton. e r-l iti rn urn pi *ita var bl fran,
,. chlase or sale af 20.iui bil'l4. Oil iln iivotmemll of 9400
nSo. r bush. mnirumo),to whuih 1041 is ilited,inor- as.
iigthe line with me,re:iI iC pr i:n. It ii tttia mianlleir
of pratini wih'cli lea to, the I-ree profits from
sml nenIilt irqinltiy Il'ltiot.bt thle pe
1)H1. J. N. &J. t. 1Wut~.A II,a
rzHOSE AFFhAiJ 'ED WI'TH 'I HJI EP.PIECT.
OF~ 8Eif-ABUfsE AND MERtCURIALIZ/ATlON
should not hes.tato to comnultJ. N. anid J B. HO
BENSACK, of 208 Nort h lecomii street, l1hilIadel
pia,JII eihe n Mal 5 or p a n rinig tihe hours
from8 A M.o 2 . M, ad 6to biP. M.
Advice free. Whosoever Votil know his condi
Itoon and the way to inipr.ve It shou!dt road
"WISDOM INA N UTl'41ELL."
Bent on receipt 1 8-cent stamp.
OUGHT TO KNOW.
- There exists a means of se
enrinig a soft and brilliant
Comnplexion, no matter how
poor it may naturally be.
11ingan's Magnolia Balm fs a
delicate and harmless arti..
ele, wichi instaintly removes
F receklie s, Tan Redness,
Rouighness, Erupylions, Vul
gar FluhIings, etc., etc. So
1elicate andI natural are its
effects that its nse Is not
suspected by anybody.
No lady has the right to
present a disfhgured a~ce in
society when he Magnolia
Balm is sold by all druggists
for 75~ cents.
HEALTH IS WEALTH
Health of Boyh o ealth of Mini
DR. RAD WAY'S
THI GRUAT BLOOD PURIFIER,
Pure blood makes sound fiesh, strong bone and
a clear skin. If you would have your flesh frm,
your bones sound without caries, and your com
plexion fair, use
Radway's Sarsaparill Ian
A remedy composed of ingredients of extraor
dinary medical properties essential to purify
heal rei and Invigorate the broken-down and
WasTed t y-Quc PLEASANT, SAvs and PaiuA
NENT in Its treatment anul cure.
No matter by what name the complaint may be
deslgnated, whether it be' ilorofuia, consumption,
syphills, ulcers, sores, tumors, boils, erysipelas, or
ealt rheum, diseases of the lungs, aidneys, blad
der, womb, skin, liver, stomach or bowels, either
chronic or constitutional, the virus Is in the Blood
which supplies the waste and builds and repairs
these organ. and wasted tissues of the system.
It the blood Is unhealthy, the process of repair
must be unsound.
The Sarsaparlillan Resolvent
Not only is a compensating remedy, but secures
the harmonious action of each of the organs. It
establishes throughout the entire system function.
al hartnonyeand supplies the blood ves
sels With a ure and healthy current of
new life. THE SKIN, after a few days' use
of the Sarsaparilllian, becomes clear and
beautiful. Pimples, blotbhes, black spots ana
skin eruptions are removed; sdlres and ulcers soon
cured. Persons suffering from scrofula, eruptive
diseases of the eyes, mouth ears, legs, tbroat and
glands, that have accumulated iund spread, eithet
from uncured diseases or mercury, or from thu
use of corrosive sublimate may rely upon a qure
if the Sarsaparuiuian is continued a suf cient time
to make its imprsujon on the system.
One bottle contains more of the active princi
ples of Medicines than any other Preparation.
Taken in teaspoonful doses, while others require
live or six times as much.
One Dollar a Bottle.
R. R. R.
Radway's Ready Relief.
The Cheapeast and Best liedicine for
Family Use in the World.
In from one to twenty minutes never falls to
relieve Pain with one thorough application:
no matter how violent or excrciatingte pain,
the [theun atic, lltd-ridden, Inlrm, Crippled,
Nervous Neuralic or rostrated with disease
may .suer, tA )WAY'1 READY RELIEF will
afford Instant ease.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS,
CONGESTION bP THE LUNGS,
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BItEATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA,
COLD CHILLB, AGUE CilI11.S,
CHILBLAINyND FROST BITES,
BRUISES, LUMiBAGO, SCI ATICA,
COUGHS, COLDS, SPR AINS,
PAINS IN THE CHEST, BACK
or LIMBS are ins'antly relieved.
IN II!! VARIIOUS FORi%1S.
FEVER AND AQUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for 50 ctia. There is
not a remedial agent in this world that will cure
Fever and Agiue, and other Malarious, BIlIous
Scarlet rokui Yellow and ofbher fevers aided
y A 8 ILLS) so quIckly as RAD) AY'S
It will in a few moments, when taken internally
a cr(iu to the Irections ce ramps, Spaarns,
sia, Palplitation of the Heart, Cold Chills Ilyaterile
Pains in the Bowels, Dlarrhma, lysen(ery, Colic
WInud in the Bowels, and all Internal Patuus.
Thaeler shul lwaI carry a botl of RAD
drqps In water will prevent sickness or pains from
cha e oater tu I better than French Brandy
bueiov enE hiuabernmen should always
R^AD W AY'S
PerfeOt, Purgative, Soothing, A peri.
ents, Aot without Pain, Al ways
Rleliable and Natural
A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with ~sweet
mpurge, regulate, purify, cleanse and streng.
RADWAY'S Pn.Las for the cure of all dIsorders of
the BScmaoh, Liver Bowels, Kidneys Bladder,
Female Complaints, iterous Diseases, i'.oss of Ap'
petite, Hfeadache Constipation, Costiveness, Indi
estionDs ,l Biliousness Ifever,I anaamma.
the Internal VisceraPrly veetale, cointain
ln o mercury, minerals, or deleterious drugs.
fro Oserv t ohe followig symnptomna uting
tion, Inward Piles, Fullness of gaood in the
Head, Acidit of the Stomach, Nausea HIeartburn,
D)Ieust of o~od, Fullness or Weight In the Sto..
macn, Sour Ernotations Sinking or Fluttering at
the lIeart. Choking or flutfering Sensations when
mna lying posture Diness of Vision Dots or
Webs before the ight Fever and dull P&tn it the
Head, Deficiency of ierspiration, Yellowness of
the Skin and Eyes Pain in the Side, Chest,
Limbs and Suddn ~'ushes of Heal, Burning in
A few doses of RADWAY'S PILY2 WW.~ free the
system from all the above-named disorders
SOLD BY DRUGGI8tl'8,
Prioe. 35 Vent. Pear Box,
BEAD "FALSE AND TRUE."
Send a letter stamp~ to RADWAY & C0., No. 83
Warren,Or Churon St., New York.
inoration worth thousands will be sent
S To ithePbl,
esueAn as fornh RAWy' an see that the
g o b rmi. a i tuynr ali Office
ply. Wil l e at i ramnch f f . th', mpys of rsro.
mot:Ky~ a s , dtntig Pa Sd itiirdanio
s r,c lnuan PeurIson esatore ad
* *LLSL If a v s~ ,lnctd 8' POR /i
..Id s us, tal,. an' ,ni bu,fst
nt th nge earsschar onho1whe
"THE USsT IS ONEAPEST,ee