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FEuDNo V&u o' ENsina.-We
have iquiries concerning the feeding
value of ensilage, some of which show
some confusion of mind in regard to the
subject. Bearing in mind a few gener
al prinolples will help to a better under
1'irst. The value of food preserved
In a silo depends very greatly on what
was put in--its nature and condition.
The material used and the de gree of
maturity of the crop will greatly affect
Mecond. Putting grass, cornstalks or
otber substance into a silo does not add
anything to the nutriment contained in
the material. We cannot take out what
we did not put in. Cutting and storing
the green food in a silo may make it
more digestible; may, anid often does
make it more palatable than when the
food is dried in the open air. Letting
the moisture dry from meadow grass
or from green cornstalks in itself should
not make these substances less desira
able as food. In tact, it does make
them less palatable. t'roserving much
of this moisture in the ensilaged food.
may be a help.
'khird. Reason and experience alike
lead us to conclude that we cannot
inako ensilaged grass or cornstalks alone
take the place of good grain feed. The
latter should be given in connectian with
Fifth, Reason and experience alike
show that almost any palatable, nutri
tious, succulent plant kept in a silo,
with reasonable exclusion of the air,
makes palatable and fairly watisfactory
A METHOD of preventing the inroads of
the caubage grub is to make each plant
unpalatable to the grub. This may be
done in the following manner: In the
spring procure some fresh.burnod limo,
l,t it become air-slaked, and mix it w.ith
an equal qutt.ty of soot. In plauting,
the boles are made with a trowel in the
usual way; each plant is dropped into
its plae: and an inch of soil put over
the roots, a good %taterirg given first,
then Ia modeiate handful of soct and
lime mixture thrown into oaeh hule,and
the rcnamiin,g soil filled in. Equal p u t,
of soot and tino garden soil mixed with
water to d,he consistency of thin mortar,
with the plants dipped into the mixture
up to the base of the leaves previous to
plantitng, is almio advised as at proventivo
to clubbing. Wood ashes, mixed with
water poured into the holes, has been
tried with succes .
E1 xPxniN78 '% ro made at the Main.
snohust tta Auricultural College in gird
hag surplus br.anches which were to he
atterward out away. A revolving kmtfo
out rapidly a aiag of the bark a fourth
of an moh wide just below tile hunch of
fruit about uidsummer. 'Ihis treat
mtnt was performed < n twelve rows of
grapes. The onlargud and early fruit
sol for $36 more than the same amount
of the coumon or main crop, the labor
being less than half the sum. No inju
ry bias been apparent to the vines so tron
ted, thu girdled canes being out away
wno done with.
SUCH weeds as chickweed and purs
lane, wi 1o Very cluickly go to seed,
should be carefully remaovedi froma the
land, an order to destroy the seeds they
oint am;tkhe satest way is to dump themn
in some out-oi-the-way ecruor, whtaro
the-y coan do no ha,rm, or to compost
themn carefully with hot horse-dng,
'vhihi ehlectually destroy the seeds
if the compost is turned carefully a.o as
to baring all parts into the heat of the
contral portion of the heap. The out
ioe of the heamp does not becomo hot
enough to d.lt (roy all t he soed, but the
WHEaN you stat the haoii scatter sul
phur, siuulf, toiacwco or insect powder ini
th-- nes t, and again atbout teu days l,e
fore the ch.eks are duo dust the feat t
ers of the lien well with sulphur or in
sect powder, and the obaicka will conic
from tihe nots fa froce lroma lice; thea put
thenm in a cleana coop, give the nmotheor
liens a chancee to dust themselves, anid
Ithe chatks wvill not he tronubled with
lice. F"or *younmg chicks that are troub
led with lico I Lhere is nothing better than
a fiv dr-ops ot sweet. cream etn the head
of each o,ne. It soon spre'~a aind kills
the lace. ____
A on m'a-oiowiia, wvho great ly dlislikes
earth wuima, tells me fthat last summer
lie killed a large striped snake, swollen
lull, ats he supposed, with hapless toad
or frog siwallow ed. On exaauinatcan,theo
swollen mass proved to ho earthworms,
anid my friend repented thia killing.
Pei-rumy ownm part, I canniot ias yet be
lieve that earth worms are paarticul arly
inajurio.us. As plenaty as they are in our
richest clay lams, I aim fomced to think
.tiait, if injuriouas, we should growv notha
mug wvhere we often get our best crops."
Taz winter rye fliat is to be cait Into
khay a hould hie cut before it comes into
bloem. i the weatheri us favoable it
will maiko about as fan I let alone after
cuttia g m.til it is prm fty well iited, or
mi rely turaed in the swvath1 0once Or
twioe. ]t n.oes not paly to hiandlIe it very
much the first day or t wo a'mer e~Ating,
as thitre as too much water toa be fbited,
Rye i:' so greuay, like cabbage, that a
shower- does not w<t it in much; but thle
last dlay before ii ang it in, it should
be acept constantfiy stirred by thme tena
dier. It cannot be too dry to keop well
mi the mow.''
LiME slacked out dlry, o.r air-slacked,
so aa to be line and light, and sprinakled
freely on squash, melon and cuacumtber
vines, hats beetn fonmd to b)e a protection
-fromn the staped bug. The bug alwamys
flies in its pasusaige from one locality to
another. Ji it alights on the limed sur
face of the leaves it does not like the
lime, and if closely watcheod will be seen
to soon put, out for some other P< ouhity.
TIhe lime abould be renewed as often its
wvashou. oir by ratin, or as soon its new
grow th requires_it.
SHEEP manure wilth sonme straw mixeul
with n, is fthe best ting I ever tried on
onions. Put it on as thick sas you can
aifford; then keep the weeds out, but
don't hoe the dart up to the onion.s,
star the soll as much~i as possible. For
the maggots 1 tried hointg in wood
aishes one year, anmd it was a benefit.
The nr xt y eiar I sawed wood awhies be
fore plantinag, anid it fixed them. I put
on a ieck to thme aqgaare rod. Oni my
hind (a light soil) ashes greatly increase
the crop atlso.
DnININo HiLb LANDs. -la Mcotlandl,
where mnuch has baeen done in the mait
ter of draining hill lande, practical en
gineers give the preference to those
draius which run directly up and down
thme slope. If irrigation is desired the
drains mut be laid across the elope to
allow the waItLr to soak through the
land, but fur caurying the water off the
lana speedily they mubt lay up and
dIowni the dlcolidty.
To MxA finger-nails stvong and long,
take the yolk of a hard-boiled egg and
two dratohms of pure white wax- melt
the wax and add a few drops of almond
oil to it, then mix in the yolk of the
egg until the paste is made. Pot the
paste, and rub the nails every night
with it, of course wearing gloves. .his
will make the nails strong and pliable
at the same time. To make them sQft,
if they are too brittle, rub them with
cold cream and wear gloves. For chil
blaius on the hands or feet, here is a
most excellent receipt from the pen of
a celebrated Parisian doctor, which will
be found to succeed after a few appliea
tions: Take a'piece of alum about the
size of a nut, and melt it in enough hot
water to coyer the hands. When the
alum is melted, soak your hands in the
liquid for nearly a quarter of an hour;
then cover your hands at once with
gloves, which you must keep on over
night and as long as you can during the
day. Repeat this morning and night.
The beat soap for the hands is almond
soap. Always select a white soap, as
colors are sometimes dangerous. You
may make your own almond soap by
melting a piece of curd soap, adding
the same quantity of powdered almonds
to it; and if you also. put a teaspoonful
of bismuth. mixing the whole thorough
ly together, you have a soap and cos
metic all in one. Another excellent
hand soap may be made by melting a
piece .f white curd soap, adding the
samte quantity of glycerine; mix well
together, and then add a similar quan
tity of powdered almonds, honey and
A Good Friend to che OWinese.
SAN FICANOISCJ.-UnStIl A. F. 100, of
the Uiinese Consulate 0111.o, expresses
hmnself cleirly in saying that he, as well
as his faitly have sufered severely from
rheumatism and neurali;la, ail that mo
clicines wore used in vain. At last St.
Jacob's Oil was tried, which effcted Im
mediate cures In ovary ciso. Tne Oonsul
reg,irds the Oil as the greatest pain eurinQ
remedy n existence.
THn seaeon has now arrived when
the many delioious dishes which need
frish tart apples can be had at will.
One is made in this way: For a family
of four about six medium-sized apples
should be pared, blied, and stowed;
mash them until entirely free from
liiumps, or a better way still is to put
them through a colander or coarse
sieve. Make a crust like plain pie crust,
using mostly butter in place of lard to
tought ii tho crust; roll it quite thin,
thon cut it in square pieces about four
inches each way; sweeten the apple,
and if you chooso to add a little spice
do so; put -a dessertspoonful of the
applo on the crust, fold it over, wet the
edges so that they will adhere closely,
and (to not leave any placo for the air
to get in. Wet the crust with a little
sweetuned milk, and bake in a quick
oven. These are delicions if served
with cream, but are nice without it.
Aftor Thieo Days.
Mr. CUAnLas w. Moiitt, "Eagle" oflce, Pitts
field, 1a s , writes, May 28, 1SS3 : "For several
aniathas ay wife's nother (Mrs. Ay noyee) hid
been in a vory tirecatrious con-ltion w ti <dropsy
or lrigit'a d:seaso of 111e ki<dneys, and having
used tall gnutiasaita aii(d Ineasures for her restorationi
In the line of treat neat by our leadtng thystcianat,
atid hlavinig fallest to hontot her,- tier fatnuly ds6
5ptrie<i of iieclog her relteveil, andl gave her up to
aille. linspennig to rtun aciross ti testianony
of a Mrs. Datwley, whto hil breet eatred of sinmilar
sickness ty uo4tg li tliReie<y, we at one pro
'si :i bitls of It, aneil ciimiins'aceI giving it !A
s.'ii. A fter u-ing it three danys she was Ho fir
tri ruveit th,iit sate conUd get froin her lied to her
cit r willioni assistatnce (a otrrettaitatice tilat has
not1 Ipnttlpii'i for anontlIts). PrevIotit to taking it
shte was t roubltei niorti or tess wtth shiort breath,
reqtt to g a co?tilltitous f.innlig to keep her atlive.
'lihht grat11t:liy haproy 1(d 'is we coti Inliedite ttme
of flut's lietely, ant on theo t mtrth botitl shte
tuS siblto 10 't tity a't st:tl. Shie was bloated terri
il.v ini hitit ttonbs hu astly upwarri to theo liins.
hotletlti ty tile ti'o.u ung luft iset iwh,td
110w vihe is tot -woil!tt above in lI- k'i.es. Hier fth
neya wierie~i ver bail at thie tine, itt itorges btitg
thilr. I e:i1 itizy tintit t i eitihaiutt' lit iaor enso bit
been Wiutitieri at r itut t'tas letinetdy has work edt
TIN AND Olass.-No fruit should he
put in tini cans1, the chemical results of
acidIs workinig upon tin being in many
cases most virulent poisons. It is true
that millions of eanis of pieaches, p)lums,
pears, etc., are yearly eaten without
apparent evil e-lIf ot uip.)i the consum
ers, but once in every little while a par
agrap)h ini thO newspapers informs us
ol the serious illness of a whole family,
terminating often fatal ly, from eating
bad crnned fruit. Tihero is always
risk in eating ctantied fruits or tomatoes
from tin, and for household uses glass
jars are not only safer, but quito as5
eonomical, ats the-y can be kept from
year to year and used many timeos over.
IN somne parts Of 1England, among the
poorer chases, a large glass of cola
spring waiter, taken on going to bed. is
foundt to he a successful remedy for
colds; im fact, many medio41 practition
ers recemmend a reduced atmosphere
and frequent draughts of cold funid as
the must taloacious remedy for a re
cent cold, part icularly when the patient's
habit is lull and plethorio. It is well
know that cow.tlning inoculated persons
in warm rooms will make their small
pox more violent by autgmienting the
general boat and fever; andl it is b r the
same reason that a simailar .practice in
colds is atttenided with analagous resnita
--a ld being in reality a slight lever.
Di. stiites,1Broek4n, E. Y., was eured by
D)r. Ehntore's liheriuutinte-outtailino ul'vory
seveure Rhletunatitn anii ditey disease r.1
several ye-ats' stantdintg, tatter trying overy,
thintg eloe wvithmout benit.t
A P'nYszorAN says that it must not be
assuien that, because there is more
Iresh and unbreatheod air on the mouu
t-ains or at the seaisido, there need be
no i'recautlons. T1here are special ex.
p)o)sures in theo changes. Tihe damp
ness of morning aud night is often
apparent, and flannel unaelothing it
needed. Th'le crowding into smallei
rooms gives less air spacee and temipt
to open windows, wich, however good
must not be so situated aw, through
small openings, to pour a. stream of
air on the body when covered with por
spiration. Tate beds iu hotels are not
inflr(qutlhy danap, antd many cold hatve
their origin froma thoim..
A DEnfjiUs desert is of ice.cor
sad Ie-nan-ice nixed; that is, they art
served together in tIs way; ftC cretin
is trozen in a small iouhyrudat so is ht
kmeionie, and are removed from then
and are placed on a platter togethei
just, before bringing to the tabie, and
t.he appearance is thae satnac as if thiey
were frozen in tho%amoe mLouldt-mnded,
this mity be done if one is inclined tc
take the trouble and tune, for the out
in tihe lower part of the mnould must be
quite Ui a iore the other ean 14
AT TS BeASIDE. Visitor, cottage
hunting, and seaside landlor: in shirt
Visitor-"Who does this small barn
Landlord-"It ain't a barn."
V.-"What is it, then ?"
L. -"It's a seaside cottage."
V.-"Is it to let?"
V.-"What's the price for the season."
V.-"*Is it furnished ?"
L.-"lt is, Got two chairs, two
lengths of straw matting in one room,
a cottage bed and a cook stove."
I,,-"There's an old lager beer box
that can be turned upside down for a
V.-"And you give the barn.-the
cottage, I mean-and all those furnish
ings for four months for $2002"
V.-"Do you give a chromo in?"
.L.-"Nary a chromo."
V.-- "Thon I think I won't hire."
Jolin Kiihn, of lafayette, Ind., hadt a very liar.
row estape froun tlthua. ''his Ia his own story:
"One year Igo 1 was in the last stages of Con
aunIption. Our best playsliane uave my ease tp.
1 finally got to low that our (lector sald I could not
live twi aly-four hulur=. My frietids then pur.
chaisel inl- a boulu of Dr. Wrnt. lail's ialsam for
the l,ungs. I atn now in perfect healtt, having
used no other niotllelino.
Henry's Carbollo Salvo.
''ho Bst. Salvo In the world for (juts, nrulos
Sores, tilcers, Sail Rheum, Totlor, Clat pod
Ilana, Chilblains Corns and all kinas of Ikhn
Etulation,, ele. d:t Ilunry's Carbolic Salvo, as
all others are but Initations. i'rlo 9t cents.
"Now, Tohnny, you've been in the
hot snn again."
"No, I haven't either."
"Why, I saw you right in the hot
"No, you didn't see me in no hot
"Do you think I'd lie?"
"I don't know what you call it, but
you didn't see me in the sun."
"Why, Johnny, will you persist in
contradicting me ? I saw you sitting on
the curbstone, right in the broiling hot
sun. Poor child 1 Maybe the sun has
affected your mind I Now, wasn't you
in the sun ''
"Maybe it's done that with your
mind, fur how could I git in the sun?
Do you know how fur the sun is from
Thou his mother slipped off one of
her slippers, and Johnny slipped out
of the side door.
Int Union StrengEt.
Health is the liltrinll,totta atlou of the funolto ia of
411'steo+n ot1trlllon, secrott.'n, antd exrot+,, . f any
orgai of the holy fails to p,+rt,,run its ) art, confusion
mai ills r,lur r aarr. atloa coti at. tl,+atiou In.
f1 utnatlua and t'' 1oa. cud III disanie and doath. t e
ltysl taaas t.otnIl,,to -ani-ont roaa-dlu 4 to ,' srats upon
th orai fiat ou, ol, lb.. ,ores runtovo ols,truo.
tlot'.. purafy thu blood anad ruRt, ro halth. The old
n,onks found tu ttrlt&'s gardon mnedtulesa for lvgr,
.itoa-u.h, skin sa kld.,ye . and mitit diseaseB ont li
thro-Jlnl'. ".4t. llernatrd Vuvetabl+ Pills" havo uvor
been aqualled. All tru rgista all thena.
"IT is at very bright paper," said Mrs.
Jones; "but my husband does not like
me to read it. It is so full of naughty
witticisms," he says. "That is just
what my husband says," said Mrs.
t3mith; "but he brings home a copy
every week--having merely cut out the
improper paragraphs. Of course I buy
another copy." "Then he might as well
spare hinmsell the trouble of supplying
a muttlatedi one." "Indeed no; it is
very useful. One cannot read an entire
newspaper. I lay his copy over mine,
and read throug the holes."'
PunaKar ANip gira.r a;ou'-.arptt Ilk, from selected.
lve.rta, aaon at se tshore, b.y a 'aswall, liaazaral & Co.,
N. \. Ahaoalutely pauro anal sweet, l'utienats who
h:ate ontt taten at ltafa'r It to tall ot hers. PhayaI
aj.ians aleeliare It saajp -ratr to alt other oila.
UllAl-P'EIt alANus, fa.'e pttanitesaun't rough skin
entrea tby uInnet Jataapr I tar Soap, tanado by Uas
woll, llazaral A Co., New York.
VERY , RAta, INDEl: Antiquary:
"Here is' something very rare, the iden
tieal (Jolt's pistols worn by the great
Roland, who was slain at Ronceavalies
by the Turks." Customer: "But there
were no pistols in that day.'' Antiquary:
"I know that, my dear sir, that's what
makes t,hem so rare."
Dr, GIraves' Heart lRegulator cures all
formis of lheart Disease, nervouness and
A NEW :cXoUsa: Wife: "Why, George,
I do believo you've been taking too
much wine I" George (who lhves in
Brookelyn and has just returned home
aftor a lively cvoulug): "Wine ? Non
eense, de. I've just (hait) e:2me home
over the bridge atad it's mniae dizzy,
that's n.l-s'hulp me Bob ?"
Chirohithion collars arei made mi dIfferent
styles, both standing and turn down. TVhe
cuffs are reversible.
(JONURATULATiNG THE (.'ARl It is a
cheerful reminiscence to bring to minid
just now that im mediately after his
coronation, which took palace undler the
most hlaplpy auspices, the .late Czar
Alexander i[. asked one of the maids
ol honor in attendance how sihe enjoyed
the ceremonies. "Oh, so much, your
Majesty," site replied; ''I hope we shall
have another soon I"
"Hough ona Corns."
Ask for u'ells' "Rough on Cora." iSo. QuIck,
complilete, pratnenat cure. Corns,warts, bunIons.
Tn NUw onUA: Her grace (to the
heiress, 'with pardonabie pride) -" You
must let me present my son, Lord Alger
non, to you, Miss GJoidmore, He car
ries the banner in the secondi act of
the 'King and the Cookohafer' at the
Parthenon, you know." Defeat of the
army, the olhreb, the bar, diplomacy,
literature, science and art-even young
Gorgius Midas will have to hide his
A goodi medilotnal toio, wit real monel, la
lirowat's iron iDtitors.
AFRIAID OF PUBL1'oITr: "Why don't
you uidvertise ?" inqaured a country
editor of a jeweler. "Because I'm not
going to let burglars know what a big
stock of goods I have on hand," he re
D)r. Kline's Gtreat Nrve itestorer Ia tihe
marvel or thage for I nerve diseases. All
tpite st freo. Bend to 981 Arch street,
THEs LA5T BTRA&w: 8oc*ne on an oco.in
steametr: 8toward--You mun't be sick
on the stairs, sir. BulfYoring Frenchman
.-Saereblon I And think you I am sick
ont your damns stairs to make myself
Ldies anti chllaren's boots and shoces
eannot run over if Lyon's Patent Heel
tiffenets are used.
ARs AMERIcANA: Mrs. hIalaprop
"So you're going to Paris to study art,
are you? That will be nice. When you
come back you can take all our photo.
graphs, can't you 9"
Ahaken with Convulstve Tremor,
Then parched with fever, then well nigh dlssolve
In clammy sweat. Is not the repetition of such t
course of horrors every few days enough to wrecl
the strongest oonatitutton. Undoubtedly.. Bve
when sufferers from fever and ague and billou
remittent suceeed in overcoming these diseases
It takes long to repair their ravages. That popu
tar and a fleotive remedy for the malarial post ant
Its standard preventive, Hostetter's Stomach Bit
t rs, not only eradicates it, but builds up a systen
worn and enfeeblud by Its periodical attacks. Noi
Is there a surer safbguard against minasmatio die.
oases than this gtnlitl regulator and tonic. Foi
disorders of the stoma 'h, liver and bowels, orgam
as a rule hurtfully afrected by imcure water ant
unaccustomed diet,it is a speedy and thorougi
means of robot. It is equally to be dependod upoi
ny invalids who resort to it for its invigorating of
fects and to remedy dyspepals, rheumatic ant
kidney troubles. It improves appetite as well a
t;e ability to gratify it without subsequent dle
Yzettora find in some of the olde:
houses of Nantucket tall Duteh clocks
with holes in the cases where screww
had been taken out. This was done ii
order to banish wicked ornaments o
brass and steel.
varboline, a natural hair restorer an(
dressing, as now improved and perfected
is pronounced by competent authority t<
be the b at article over invented to restort
the vitality of youth to dli(aeed and tadec
hair. Try it. bold by all druggists.
The first cotton miil in California i
soon to be built at Oakland. The south
ern part of the State is regarded as fa
vorable to cotton culture.
Oatarrla of the Bludder.
Stinging irritation, inflammation, all Kidney ant
Urinary Uomaplaints, cured by "Buchu-paiba." $1
The man that blushes is not quite i
EsesX COUNTY, VA.-Mr. James R. Mtcon
clerk, s;ays : "I have used Brown's Iron Bitter
and found it valuablo for the purposes which I
England, with 27,000,000 inhabitantl
has only 140,000 residents of foreigi
birth; Germany, with 45,000,000. onl.
270.000; while France, with 27,400,000
has more than a million. In Franci
there has been an increase of 200,000 ii
the last five years.
Ladies are particularly recoinnotided tt
try GASTRINR for hoadaoho, nausoa, uto
PAJRa-HAIQn's PAswT.-English pa.
per-hanger's use a paste of flour anc
water whioh only differs from ordinar3
paste in being very thoroughly boiled,
but after it is mate they add glue ix
the proportion of a lump about as bE
as a walnut to each quart. A table,
spoonful of flour to a pint of water it
The pills are warranted to be PURELY vego.
table, free from all mineral and other poisonous
substatnces. They are a cortain cure for Consti.
wtilon. Sick He-adache, Dysi'epsia Biliousness,
Torpid Liver, Loss of Appetite, an all diseaei
Liver, Stonmach, Bowels or
They remove li obstructIons from the channels
of the system and purIfy the blood thereby Im.
partIng health, strong h and vigor. Ntoldi by drugs
gists, or sent by mnall rr 25 cent In stamps by
P. NEUSTAEJDTER & CO.,
83 Meroer St., New York,
Se lMa,tufaactsrorsof T. IlERN ARD VEGR
Send for circular.
n.vSl b , er esMyron anadmy
* eit wore both tred,. to all ap
dtfcoiti pearanco, of Catarrh and IIay
to o uts ae De. noither hav'
blik i y rtr,of tiatt rt
a.' lna, a a titam Tiog o N.
ROME-tOLD. th' n montbranaailix ~gs of thi
AProS'TIVE CUnEl ii'd f dricol o eti yhe
E LY'S timno n n n oeetr
CR EAM BALM i" elan b fwaiil
Jnunlled four en1id ns h isti.Aroeeabl to uon
aruggis DRu' hiA not .Eie tiwa. N. Y.alo
PATENTS hfl.k N A end I
II. UELSTON & (JO., i.,tlt F Street, wiasagtona, D, 0
Nod'ing In tree world equal to it for the
our, of scrofata. Piumples, Boils, Tetter, O5d soree,
Sore Eyes. Maercurial Diseases, Catarrha, Loss of
A prettlo, Female Complsints, and all Blood
dsleease. it ane fails. All druggisi. and
country utore keepers ail it. R. R. Selise
a Co., Pross's. titsburgb. on every bottle.
$5 to $20 tdrsis* 3Ns J. otadu
II.sellin Pictoria Books and Bibe. P rice r
duced:trd corent. NATIONAl. Pun. co.. P'hilada.. Pu
Ph0tm.Pee.torniwill onto.your sugn. Pricesio
Camph9o~r Mnk ln ta beat Inisst nric 6 ent
CURS H ERE A ELS FALt,
FREE! tY IIT i"N AIL fs*"Q"*ripl
Dress outtinag.r I). w <>ody" 00o..1 si glh, Cini
YOUNG MEN' i""".na
otirouiars free. VA LE '4TINED BOS Janeavihll. Wis
l'or lhue Complexiou8
Positive rol lefand imlmuni
ey front1 complJlexional blemn
ishesma borY1) ound inHagan's
Magnoiia Balm. A deolleate
and harmless article. Sold
by druggists everywhere.
It imparts the most bril
lianit and life-like tints, and
the closest scrutiny caninot
detect its use. All unsightly
Discolorat ions, Eruptions,
Ring Marks under the eyes,
Sallowvness IRednuess, Rough
ness, and tihe hush ot'fautigue
and excitement are at once
dis?elled by the Magnolia
It Is the one incoumparable
"I woUrw like to get a certificate of
insanity," said a man to the Asylum
"Who do you want it for?"
"Are you insane ?"
"Orasy as a church "
"And you want admittance into the
"What evidence can you give us of
your insanity ?"
"Evidence that you cannot dispute.
I read a three column article on the
"Go to the asylum and tell the
keeper. He'll admit you In positive
oases certiflcates are not necessary."
Reador, can .you be-lieve that the creato
afflicts one-third of uakind with a disease
for which there is no reonedy' 1 Dr. It. V.
Ploice's "aolden Medical Discovery" has
cured hundreds of casus of con'umption,
and men are living to-day-healthy, robust
in n-whom physicians pr'nounced incura
I blo, because one luig was almost gone.
Send two stamps for Dr. Plirco's pamphlet
on Consumption and Kinds o I Affections.
Address WoULD's DIsPIENsAtY MEDICAL
ASSOCIATION, Bufiiho, N. Y.
"SEE here, landlord, you advertised
a big, four-atory hotel, with a grove,
fountains, boating, bathing &o., and I
arrive here to find a shanty stuck in
the pine woods and the nearest lake a
mile away. Explain yourself, sir I"
"With the greatest of pleasure. The
out of the hotel was one left on the prin
ter's hands, and he worked it in to fill
out the column. I ought to have men
tioned in the advertisemet that it was
the out of a hotel at Long Branch, but
I neglected to. Come right in-beau
tiful scenery, woods full of snakes,
rates down to $4 per day and children
charged full prices."
L Young or midlle aged men suffering
from ni. vous debility, to -8 of memory, pre.
mature old age, as the result of bad habits,
should send three stamps for Part VIL of
Dimo Series pamphlets. Address WouLD's
I IHrENsAItY MEDICAL AssOCIATION,
Buffalo, N. Y.
A RIOHMOND lady says she was "aw
fully put out" by a mistake she made
last sunday. She had a nickel and a
quarter, and when the contribution
plato came around had to let it go with
out getting any change. She was as
mad as a wet hen until, having "oweed
up," her husband made up her loss
with another quarl er.
Dr. Plerce's "Favorite Prescrtption" is
the debilitated wotuan's best restorative
A STOnY is told of a woman in the
rural districts who wanted to keep up
appearances, and who was often thwar
ted in this by her innocent and matter
of-fact daughter. one day, when a
visitor was present at the table, the
hostess said to her daughter, "Where
are all of our knives ?" "Here they are,
both of them," was the astounding
Horrid, yes, it is, that we must suffer
from disease, but from [lea:t Disease. ner
vousness and sleeplessness, Dr. Graves'
Heart Regulator will give you Immediate
relef; thousands say so. $1. per bottle
Nuw potatoes cooked in this way
make a dainty breakfast dish: Put a
large lump of butter in a frying-pan,
stir in with it as it so)ftens a tablespoon
fail of flour, a small Onmon chopped fiue,
and a little parsley; lastly, a small cup
of sweet cream. Stir until these are
well luixed, then put in the cold boiled
potatoes, cut in small pieces. Let all
boil together. Serve hot.
Gents, I feel very grateful to you for the
wonderful. cures that have been performed
with Ely's Creamn Balm. I have had
Ctalrrh in its worst formn for the past 25
years and have used every thing I could
-hear of wvith only temporary relief. I comn
menced using the Cret ni B ulim andl I eon
sinder it the best thinig I ever tried. I will
recommnend it to every one who isa alll eted.
J. B1. Kelsoy., 32 Broad dtreet, New York
A NIOB way to cook a piece of the
round of beef is to line a saucepan with
thin slices of bacon; then lay the beef
in. Cover it with water. Cover the
saucepan, and let the meat cook slowly
for several houre, or until it is perfectly
tender. As the water boils away add
more, so that plenty will be loft for
gravy. Season highly with salt, pep
per, celery salt or curry, and some
small onione sliced.
On Tntrty Days' Trial.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will scnd Dr. Dye's Celebrated liectro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Appliances on
-trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who arc atflicted with nervous debility,
lest vitality and kindred troubles, guaran
teemng speedy and complete restorationi of
health and manly vigor.-Address as
above.-14. B.--No risk is incurred, as
thirty days' trial is allowed.
MEAD, which is enjoyed by many as
a summer drink, is made of one pound
and a half of white sugar, with one
piot and a half of boiling water poured
ever It; add an eighth of a pound of
-tartario acid and half an ounce of sas
safras. Bottle this, and when you use
it, to each glass add a lIchk of soda.
Don't Die in tiue Iouso.
"Htoughm on las." Clears out rats,mice,roachmes,
The Marent (af. T.) trestle, probably
the highest structure of the kind in the
world; was recently finished, and the
tests to whic'i it was subjected gave
the most flattering results It is 866
feet long and 226 feet 10 inches high at
the centre piers, and contains over 200
000 feet of imber. The piers. arp so
constructed that the trestle can be
replaced by an iron bridge without in
wARtREN'ro, N. (.--liev. J. Ei. C. Biarhmain, says:
"I used Brown Iron Bitters. it is a complete re
storative, ionic and appetizer."
lie that icreisseth knowledge ini
1 Like an
lfn olden times it was thought ti
.rnd keyholes. The generally appros
up the keyholes and stop the cracke
preventive measures, the evil things
as they pleased.
. o comes mnalaria now-adays
adit comes In by the crack. We at<
a leak In the plumbing, or an opening
some unsuspected source and unguai
Ate cannot always keep malari:
Idrive Its effects from our systems. If
Itime, nalaria has not a ghost of a chi
Rheumatism, Neual la, Scatica
Lumbago, Backache, Headed e, Toothanhe,
MoreeThroat, a s1raartg a
AND ALL OTHER BODILY PAIS8 AMD ACHte.
So dby Dussisto and Dealer. toerwbere. FRy oenea bog
Direetion, in 11 Lansguge.
TIEB 011AIt.E1i A. fOt)EIERI 00.
IF YOU ARE SICK.
If you are siok, HOP BITTERs will
atyuaesc,HPBTESwl urely aid Nature in making you well t
again when all else fat a.
11 you are cornparatively well, but
feel the nee of a irand toic and sltim
ulant, never rest easy till you are made@
a new being by the use of
HOP BITTERS. t
it you are costivo or lysipoptio, or are
suffering tromu any other ot t,te numer
ous dilsua4e of the stomach or bowele,
It In yourown fault it you remain 1l,for
HOP BITTERS .
are the sovereign remedy in all such
It you are wasting away with any e
form of Kidney disease, atop tempnrtg a
Death tils moment, and turn for a y
HOP BITTERS. b
If you are sio with that terrible
slckue's Nervousness, you will Iind a
''Batm In G.leud'' t the use of
If you are a frequent er, er a resident
of a mitaPnatic district, barrioade your
system agaist the scourge of all ooun
trte&-ma a~rlal, epidemic, biliou'. and
Intermittent fevers-bv the use of
If you have rough, pimply, or mallow r
siclu, bad breath, pains and aohos, and
feel miserable generally, HOP BIT
TERS will ive you fair skin rich
blood, the aW etost breath, health and
In siort, they euro ALL Disoea of
the 8ttoiach, Bowels, Blood, Liver,
Nerves, Kidneys, &o., and
will be aid for a case they will not
cure or help, or toranything Impure or
In) urious foutl,u I. ein.
I'hat poor, bedridden, invalid wife,
sister, moter, or daughter, can be
made the picture of health by a few
bctttea at Hop Bitters, coating but a
Will you let them Suffer I
Cleanse, Purify and Enrich
the Blood with
And you will have no sickness or safrering os
d ctor's 1ills to p..y.
Insane Persona Restored
f/.,ULEAN & N,Rva D S TAS.S. On.,.
'twrr /or Nrrve AJrr1NRus. PWS. $Plt Ia
INPALLIBL if taken as directed. s tU al
t.fr jt s jr. Treatise and i ta bottle tfree to
amid vet Send names"'"' 0 3. eqt ''***re .
Doug gists. t A M/TA byg M'G JL D
PIIYSIOIA NS a nd SURGEONS
Thnao< ie nl a~ t aye o this achoe ar unsu
fryan,oman's Ho pial. al owhieh belon to
titis school. Phisslolc tl and Chemical aboratory
lore o IUMAE P0O Den. il.asrystret
& DEL.MORF. Ri 0. is the quckest, pleasantest
A ~rs aol beat resd for kwdeb
e,OSliver, at nfor, boudte ad oot
less oats Ilgigw di orat ty ea i k wet-a
inn:on st,ior diso rr in 2 to1 wekokev
li peyole red mio a triet in in everythi else
Best In the worlU. Get the geonine.
Every packnare has onr tratde-naark
nd i a ak d Fraser's. 50O L b
$65 ",N n ,'entwaona
daa P. W.T inEo R wri .,n Pad i , Plote,
with calendar, by mail for 25o. A get'uETsln rtn~p i lt,
nwaat4 E00MoMT alINTING Co., Newbury.
5 ttld .18 y'scx. A.F. et - cr.Att 3 a itt st.l
AGENTS WANTED *R,Kit
mnta.I ill al nvo kni t a aratv irt ohfny
k 'we there i aweyas read uttt. ltnds
DR8S. J. N, & J. B. 1O1UEN4ACK,.
PHiOSE AFFL.t(l'ECD WiTH I iliC CIFECTh
OF XELI"-ABU$E AND MJEt(itl \iZ'ATION
shiouldi not hitte to) cotisult J. N. andi J. 3. HO- t
BENSACK, of 208 North 8eomt ;treet, P'hiladiel
phia, olther by mail or b), pert -nl, turing the hours
frm8A.M 0o21P. M.,tenst 6to9 P. '.1.
Advice free. Wh->stever wottir kinow his cond I
lion and th wao ump rove I itoti, ad
sent on receipt o1 5-cent statnp.
patentabilit o nventioAn, oast
flaudgi. -n~FR EE
1J EC TED CAB S ^ as a s
at~Ientsto y )ias D as B o B
JIILS0 SI IRNAMTSE'
lat evil spirits camne mn through cracis
~ed way to keep them out was to lug
3 with cotton. N tihanng ese
had their own way and often came la
We try to keep It out of the keyhole
op up the crack, and Jo! it conies from
g from some neglected drain, or from.
ded direction. - -
cout, but we can give it battle and
BROWN'S IRON ITTERS Is takcen in
mece. This is the great family mnedi
ought to keep a bottle in the house
IEALTH IS. WEALTH,
[Lalth of Body is Wealth of Mind
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
Pure blood makes sound gIesh, strong bone and
clear skin. If you would have your flesh irm
our bones sound without caries, and your cor
lezion fair, use
A remedy composed of ingredients of extraor.
lnary medical propertles, essential to puriy,
eal repair and Invigorate thebroken-down and
rsa.ed body-Qurcx EsANT, 8Ala and PatxA.
INT In its troatmenL and cure.
No matter by what name the complaint maybe
ealgsnated, whetbet it be scrofua, consmpion,
yhiiis, ulcers soes, tumors bols, eyse, or
all rheumn diseaseea of tme lungs, lItdneys, blada
er, womb, skin, liver, stomach or bowels either
hronlc or constitutional, the virus Is in the Blood
rhioh supplies the waste and builds and repairs
Ioso organs and wasted tissues of the system.
t the blood Is unhealthy, the process of repair
lust be unsound.
rho Sarsaparllan Resolvent
lot only is a compensating remtedy, but secures
he harmonious ation of each of t or ins. it
stablishes throughout the entire system function
1 harmony and supplies the blood ves
els with a pure and healthy current of
ow life. Tus SxINr, after a few days' use
f the Sarsaparilllan, becomes clear and
eautiful. Pimples, blotches, black spto and
kin eruptions are removed ; sores and uicers soon ,
ured. Persons suffering from sorofula eruptive
liseasee of the eyes, mouth, ears, legs, throat and
lands, that have a oumulaled and spread, either
rein uncured diseases or mercury, or from the
.me of corrosive sublimate may rely upon a cure
the Sarsaparilllan is continued a sumolent time
D) Make Its Impression on the system.
One bottle contains more of the active princi
Iles of Medicines than any other Preparation.
aken in teaspoonful doses, while others require
ye or six times as much.
%one Dollatr a Hottle.
R. R. . R.
rMe Cheape%t and Bes tmedicine for
Fatil ly Use Ian the World.
In from one to twenty minutes never fails
elieve Pain with one thorough application
to matter how violent or excruciating the patn,
he Rheumatio, Bed-ridden, nfirm, Cppled,
ervous Neural io or prostrated with disease
nay suifer, RtADWAY'S I(EADY RELIEF will
dford Instant ease.
NFLAMMA'fION OF THE KIDNEYS,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDE R,
NFLAMM&TION OF THE BOWELS,
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS,
ORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART
IYSTERICS, OROUP, DIPHTHERIA,
)OLD OH ILLa,'AGUE CHILLS,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST BITES,
IRUISES, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,
)OUGAHB, COLDS, SPRAINS,
PAINS IN THE OBST, BAmC )
u' LJMBB are instant4y relieved.
MA LAR TA.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND) AQUJE cured for50Octs. There ls
tot a remedial agent in this world that will cure
?ever and Ague, and other Malarlous, BIlIous
yR1WY' iILS )so qucl as RADAY'
It wIll it a few moment1, when taken Internally
or Stoachl, Heartburn,tc HleaaCr t Sypsm
IaPalpitation of the Heart, Cold Chills hysterIcs,
W'ind in th Boel, Dlarr a Dysena ery,Ch,
Travelers should always carry a bottle of RAD
WAY'S READY RELIEF with them. A few
Irops In water will prevent sickness or pains fromn
eofwater asila better than French Brandy
Mfsinen. ad Liambermen should alwaya
R AD W AY'S
Regulating Pills !
Perfeot, Purgative, S3OOthing A peri
enta, AOt without Pain Aiways
IReliable and 3aturai
A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTLE FOR
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
purge, regulate, purify, cleanse and streng
IIA DwAY's PIraiS for the cure of all disorders of
ho Stomach. Liver Bowels Kidneys, Bladder,
emale Complaints, lervotts ise ases, Loss of A p.
et4te, lieadache ConstipatIon, Costiveness, Ind.
Ion of the Bowels,' Pils sa al d erangemns on
he Internal Viscera. Purely vegetable, contaIn
ng meroury, utinerals, or deletertons drugs.
rom Oserveothe followin symptoms resulting
ion, Inward Pies, Fullness ofglood in the
lead, AcIdIty of the Stomach, Nausea Hlearlburn,
)igut of Food, Fullness or W~elgh tin the Sto
nach, Sour Eruotations Sinking or F"lutterling at
he Heart. Choking or luffering Sensations wheni
Vebs befre te Siht, Fever and dull Pain li the
head kellnyo Prspiration, Yellowness of
.ibs ad BSudde trushes of Heat, BurnIng us
A few doses of IIADWAY'M PlIus wIll free lii
lystem from ali the above-namoed disorders.
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Price, 36 Cents Per Boxl.
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Send a letter stam p to RADWAY A CO., No.
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