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TaBrLa FoWp.-It is an admitted fact
that the majority of the American peo- Y
ple indulge too freely in pork as a meat Y
food. And it is equally true that the q
major number of farmers and market P
poulterers are very indifferent as to the a
quality of poultry flesh they send to n
market. One class of our poor people t
see nothing tempting in the poultry line' o
to /induce them to become lovers of u
chicken flesh, and the others do not 0
endeavor to produce a fowl that will be 0
universally considered excellent for the it
If we take any of the fancy bred va- e
rieties of poultry there is hardly one ex- 0
cept the game, which is what may be b
considered a first class table-fowl. The o
Dorking, though having a national re
pul ttion, is almost tabooed fhom the w
poulterer's yard on account of being i
tender and difficult to rear in this coun- Y
try. The Asiatic, as now bred, carries He
enormous quantities of feathers, while 0
their breasts are almost devoid of flesh, y
and present little more than a heap of t
bones when, placed on the table, while u
their skins are terribly coarse. a
The Plymouth Rook has been bred in y
the past few years above the natural a
size. This alone, if no other,would de- ti
tract from the quality of its flesh. The sI
Houdan is fast being ohanged by those til
who breed them for exhibition, into an
ornamental towl. The Orevecour is Z
also becoming a bird of plumage,and is i,
difficult to raise. The Spanish will n
never answer for a table fowl, as they a
are utterly useless for the rough wear k
and tear of the farmyard. The Ham- u
burgs, Leghorns and Polish are too
small for the food market, tad do not g
take on fat kindly. Farmers could not 14
be induced to breed them but for their e
eggs only. We are therefore compelled b
to arrive at the conclusion that among e
the many varieties of poultry we have a
not yet succeeded in breeding one l
which may be considered a prime table h
THE UuLTURE OF W HEAT. - some 0
twelve to fifteen years ago an impression s
prevailed-Indeed the results seemed to t1
establish the fact-that wheat culture in t
Pennsylvania, like fruit-culture, had
run out, and farmers' clubs and agricul- 0
tural papers went full tilt to discussing W
the reason of it. But subsequently both 0
took a turn, and we should like to know c1
to-day if any one aares to say that both li
wheat and fruit cannot be raised as suc- b
cessfully there as in almost any other s
State. Some said at first that it would b
last only a little while-now and then
we say get along well enough, but
who can say how long it will last, or in fi
case failure should come again what d
we are to do abaut it. This was anti- a:
cipating an - evil which there was no tl
reason to believe would soon occur i
again, and as it has not yet returned we r
hear no more about it. The grumblers a
are quiet; they take with thanks, we e
hope, all they receive, and may en- oj
tertain the best expectation for the fu- t<
The greatest enemy of the wheat crop s
is too much water. It may be said that P
the wheat-root is more susceptible to i
injury from too much water than many P
of us believe. To be sure there is a g
general impression that an overdose of li
water is bad, but the full forcc ofT the la
impression is seldom felt as it deserves ti
to be. Water lying around roots does t
not always kill the wheat plant, but "
many of the roots are injured, and the i
faw that oa~ loft ovn nca nhlo +n do
the work that all were intended to take ~
part in doing. If .any one will dig up a tI
wheat plant in spring which has stood it
all witer in a wet place, he will see ex- i
aetly how this is. -Only livig roots
close to the surface and below this may t
be injured, _____
BLAoK TEETH IN Hoos.--Two yearsb
ago I had a nice shout. It had black t
teeth. I asked some of my noighihors0
what to do for it;them told me to knock
them out with a hammer and nail and it r
would get well. I dht so and I am sure e
I got them all out. The hog k'ept get
ting we rde and died. About the time it ~
died I saw a piece in a newsparer about ci
black teeth in hogs. It said black teeth
were not a disease, but simply an indi
cation that the hogs w( re~ not in a heal- 1
thy condition. It gave a recipe, wh'ch a
was: One ounce tine guindowder for ii
each hog per day; mix well with the
food; keep giving till their appearance
is for the better. At t he time I lost my I
hog I was keeping t,wo hogs over thea
winter for a neighbor. Bo>th of his hogs k
had black teeth. One of them I took
the black teeth out of and the other I
did not. I gave the powder for three ~
days and both got well. .Oood food,i
clean pen, and room for exorcise is es
To KTL DA!SIE,-A heavy crop ofA
clover is sure death to (dusics, They tt
seem to he smothered by the ranker ej
growth of clover, and fail to mature y,
their seeds. In a field where there is a r
growth of daisies a geneirous use of for- n
tihzers, especially of barnyardt manure, o
and keeping the field seeded to clover, ~
using an extra quai.tity of seed for this o
purpose and breaking uip every two o
yearsa, cultivating for a while anid again d
seeding to elov&r thickly, will finally i,
eradicate the daisies.g
.DUILLINo CORN. -Anl English agricul. i
turist announces as the result of careful
experiment and observation the conclu
sion that where corn is drilled from east 0
to west the yied is much larger than it
when drilled from north to south, as in b
the former ease the sun can shine down p
the rows, whereas, in the latter case. se
each row makes a kind of wall which ft
shadi s the next row. There is so much 5]
common sense in this that many will ft
wonder why they dId not think of it be- k
THEu time to sow buckwheat is the lat
est day that will allow the crop to ma- i
ture before frost; but we cannot say al
when froet will appear, so it Is necessa- ti
ry to make some allowatee. A good ii
pracitee is to fit the land early,say I l w P
before the middle of June, cultivate II
well about ten days later,and again just si
before sowing the seed, which shionid 0
not be later than the 10th of .July in this
laitude. Th'at will provIde for quick
germination, and gronithr,if not retardedl
will be complete before' the middle of e
September. and that is early enough to
escape frost in ordinary season.
WHEAT ILAN.-Stubble ground in- j i
tended for wheat should be ploughed as n
soon as possible after the cr01) is re
moved. With early plonghing an oat or
barley stubble may be made almost tl
equal to a summer fallow by the time o
the ground Is wanted for whr at seeding. t:
There is usually a period of six weeks u
between harvest and wheat sowing. In tl
that time thistles and quack can be u
greatly checked if no spear of either is o
allowed above gromd,a
IANtt1NU Wino*V Ou9TAINd.- 4V1en
u are ready to hang them, take down
Dur cornice, dust it well, then cover
)ur piano with a sheet or quilt to
rotect it, and lay your .cornice upon it
ith its lower side next you; find the
iddle of it, and mark it with a pencil.
ow take the two curtains belonging to
re window, and put the .fronts at the
iddle of the cornice, lapping them
ver a couple of inches; put in a tack
e two to hold them in place; then fas
n the other side of each curtain to the
pposite ends; now find the middle of
reh curtain and tack it to the quarter
f the cornice; this will prevent their
Ding full in some places and ecant in
Ehers; proceed then to gather the full
ess into equal plaits, which fasten
ith tacks. Do not hammer your tacke
ias if they were never to come out;
:u will only exasperate those who are
unfortunate as to have to-dig them
it after you, and you will not keep up
Dur curtains any the better for it,
se large tacks, and do not drive them
ore than half way in. By putting the
)rnice on a piano, or other high object,
ru will be enabled to regulate the foldd
3 you fasten them. Draw the cornice
the edge of the piano, and you can
r0 just how the curtains w:11 hang at
A NEW APnON.--American QneenI
he latest in aprons is called the "Sew
ig Apron." Out the goods in the same
ianner as for an ordinary apron, gored
t the top, and a quarter of a yard al
iw.d for the hem. Turn the bottom
p and out it to fit the sides.. Bind the
ocket with satin ribbon; if of wash
Dods, simply hem. The sides may be
ft uncut., if desired, and a piece of
aetic run through the hem. Place
ows of ribbon on each side of the pock
, and emliroider a design of flowers
)ross the top in colored silks, or with
nbroidory cotton. In the lower left
and corner work in Kensington, a
,ool of thread, scissors, etc. In the
pposite corner work in fancy letters a
iitable motto, such as "A stitch in
inc saves nine," or "How does the lit.
e busy bee improve each shining hour.'
he pocket may be 'divided by meana
shirra into two or three compartments,
hioh will be found of great conveni
ice in making feather-edge or thread
ochet. The goods may be of muslin,
uen, pongee or silk. The apron may
e fastened around the waist by long
rings of narrow ribbon, or by a plain
TnIMMING LAMW.-The best way, by
r, is not to trim them at all. It is very
ifoult to cut the wick evenly all round
ad any portion or point. left higher
ian the rest, gives an irregular flame.
not smoke. All that is needed. is to
mcvc the thoroughly charred portion
t the top. Turn the wick up just
iough to expose this part, and rub iV
7' with a cloth or with soft paper; the
>p of the wick will then be even with
so fire line all around. To prevent
>iling the lamp or table, the charred
art can be pinched off mainly, giving
a finely smoothing rub. The dark
Drtion that will not rub off, is quite n
Dod as the uuburned parts, and will
ght more quickly. When impure oil
used, the wtick becomes coated all
trough with dust- or dirt, and when
us accummulates so as to interfere
ith the ascent of the oil, a new wiolk
THE EFFECTs OF MUsTAnD UPON TIW
UMAN SYSTMt,-It not only excitee
ue salivary secretions and awakens the
idolent stomach from its languor, but
appeara to confer upon the systemr
iveral remarkable physiological condi
one. One author, experienced in ex
erimnental gastronomy, asserts that,
y some occult virtue, it replenishes
ec smnouldering fiame of vitality, while
~hers claim that it strengibens the
emory, enlivens the imagmnation, and
mnders the perceptive qualhties more
ear. Hloratius, a physician of the six.
:enth century, who bore the surname
"The Esculapmus of Germany," de
ared that it gave birth to wit.
Tint ART OF QURING PtORK.-First be
ire that the barrel in clean and sweet,
u, if this is not the case, it will make
Itle difference what precaution may
t used, the pork will not l' well,
se the b)est kind of coarse sai .int a
yer ot salt at the bottom, an. .- this
layer of meat closely packedl; and thus
sep on till the meat is nil packed.
hen put on water enough to make a
rong brine, so that the meat is all
>verede. As long as it is kept uder
to brine, you arc sure to have good
ROAST GulsKeiN OF PonK. --Ingredients
D>rk, a little powdered sage. Mode
a this joint frequen.tly comes to the
Lble hard and dry particular care
iould be taken that it is well basted
nt it before a bright fire and flour it
>ast in the usual manner; about ten
iinutes before taking it up sprinkle
ver some pcwdered sage; make a little
ravy in the dripping pan; strain ii
ver the meat and serve it wvith a tureen
fapple sauce. This joint will be
one in much less time wvhen the sktin
lef t on, conseqjuently should have the
reate,st attention that it is not dried
p. A spare rib of pork can be roasted
the same waly.
LAMB's FRY.- -Boil the fryfor a quarter
an hour in three pints of water; take
out and dry it in a cloth; grate some
rend down finely; mix with it a tea.
>oonful of chopped parsley, and a sea
>ning of pepper and salt. Brush the
'y lightly over with the yolk of an egg;
rinkle over the bread crumbs, and try
>r flyve minutes. Se'rve hot, on a nap.
in, in a dish and garnish with plenty
DISINFECTION BY SULPHUR -To digin
sct cl.othing it should be slightly
>ongei or sprinkled withl water con
tining well mingled milkc of sulphur,
the proportion of a teaspoonful to a
jut of water, and then ironedl with a
at-iron, hueatodl to a temperature
tifilint to volatilize the sulphur with,
ut burning the cohmg.
ORAB APPLE FiaITCSs.-Make a hat.
or with three eggs. a quan.ity of flout
nd ei ough stweet nilk to make it t.dick
nough to fry well. Acid a pinch of1
Edt and a quantity of crab-apples, csut
t slices, with the skin on. Fry in very
ot lard, by dropping a large spooni
i it. Serve wit h powdeied white t i
To RErdEVE A DoG FROM FnEAs.-Dif
to dog into a decoetion of ponnyroya.
nce a week. If you cannot procure
se herb, buy the oil of pennyroyal, sat.
rate a string with it andi tie it atroundl
is dog's neck; the string must be sat
rated with the oil once a day for one
r two weeks, when the fleas will be
Witi ddcd th yoting lady hdg het
stinshades so a ectionately ? Does she
think it a baby ?
Oh, no; the young lady would not
hold a baby so tightly. It would kill
the- little dear,
Then tell me why she hugs her para.
She is in the employ of a surgeon.
In the employ of a surgeon? What
do you mean?
Do you see the crutch of her sunshade
protruding from her loft shoulder?
Oh, yes; I see that quite plainly.
There, did- you see her gouge out that
It was neatly done,
Very; that is probably the twentieth
eye she has obliterated during her walk.
The surgeon will pay her for her kind
Does she confine her operations to
No; sometimes she destroys a nose,
and oocasionally slashes a eheek. She
is very versatile. She is more terrible
than an army with banners.
But do not the gentlemen hate her ?
Oh, no, they love and admire her;
but they detest and despise her parasol.
The Terror of the 801uth.
JAsrE$, FLA.--Mr. Boardman W. Wil
scn traveling for A. U. Alford & Co.,
dealers in Firearms and Cutlery, Baltimore,
was prostrated here, with the "break-bone
fever;" he assarts that in his own, as well
as in the case of others, the only thing
found to relieve this painful malady was
St. Jacob's Ol. This wonderful pain
cure has the endorsement of such men as
Ex. Postmaster General James, Senator
Daniel W. Voorhees, and an army of
'HoLn on a minute I" called a man at
the postoflice to another who was hurry
"Oan't do it-great hurry-see you
later," was the reply.
"I say, hold on I"
"Can't possibly do it-got to be at
the bank in three minutes."
"Can't do it-so long."
"See here," persisted the man, "1
wan't you to step into the alley here and
see a horse I'm going to buy. I want
your opinion of him."
"Oh, that's it l Well, don't mind if
I do," and he cheerfully wasted three
quarters of an hour in sizing.up a $80
horse. It is the only thing which never
fails to hit.
These remarkable items pour into our office
daily. Mr. H.S. FULLER, with the New Home
Machine Company,of Orange, Mass., writes,
May 23, 1883: "I have used Hunt's Remedy
in my Family for over ten years. My wife
was tronbleti with catarrh of the bladder
sutiered intenso pain in the kidneys and
loins, and urination was accomplished with
the greatest of agony. My friends thought
that she could not recover. We tried doctors
and medicines, and although btter at times
she would grow worse again. She wasobliged
to use the urinal as many asfifto' n timnes In
a night, and was growing worse daily. At
this time my attention was called to Ihunt's
Remedy, and I concluded to try it; and after
using one bottle she was a good deal better,
the inflamima ion was reduced,and the water
more nat ural. She began to gain in appetite
and I'elt no pain in the back and kidneys.
She could attendi to her househol work
without pain, and this hait been a great
burden to (do, even the lightest kind of work.
After using six bottles sihe was completely
cured. Since then I have had occasion to
use [[nnt's Remedly fur kidney and liver coin
plain tx,and found it to hn .jnst n.s rprosont,
and I consh<loritamost wonderful medicine.
I woul(l not be without lunt's Remedy in
my famnily; and I have recommended it to
my friends here in Orange with equally good
A BAD TAx-PAYER: "What's the value
of your personal property, old man ?"
asked a tax assessor of a negro. "What
yer wanter knowv dat fur ?'" "So we'll
knnw how much to make you pay."
"My stuff 'a dun paid fer, sah." "Yes.
but you'll have to pay taxes on your
household goods." "Dai taxed mie
enough in do fust place. sahu. Ain't
agwine ter pay no mo'!" "If you don't
you can't vote at the next election I"
"All right. Dai don't count my vote
nohiow. Go off somewhar and tax a
man fur hiabin (to rheumatiz."
Bloon'l Inufetedl with Malarial Virus
is more e ffcctiually purl ied by Hos'ot ter's Stomach
Bitters tihan by any other depurent. It expels
every trace of the poison from a system impreg
nated with it, and for the reason thait It givel a
vigorous impulse 1o all t-o e funct,ions whose
regularity la e.-sential to health, it is a first-rate
preventative of malarial and bilious endemics. It
promotes regularity in the bile-secreting proccss,
Is the best auxiliary of enfeebletd digestion, en
riches tihe circulation, and( Imparts to l1aceid, at
tenuated and enfeebled frames an amount of vigor
which oirdlinary medication fails to yield. since It
is well know nt that p.r ens of a b,iiouis tendenc
irregular ciluer tlon nnd a consti pated habit of bod
are tihe host subjects for maiaria, the wi-doma of
uSimg tils fine protlective agent in time will b,e ap
preciated. It diffuses a genial warmth through
the system, which counteracts Ihe effects of damp
fand exposure, and( defendsi it fri. 'auses produc
tive of rheumnatism, kidney trow.,s and~1 other
THE condition of the market: "Ah,
good morning. McGouge, you're just
the man 1 wvant to see,"said old Put-in;
"how's the market going to be?" ".i
tell you, as a friend, everything Is going
to boom. This little flurry will be over
in a fewv days and then things are going
up. I tell you, 01(d fellow, now is the
time to put in." "But Snide, your part
ner, says the bottom is dropping out of
everything." "Snide ! Ah, Snide is the
bear member of the firm."
.1 have been troubled with Catarrbal
deafness for seven or eiht ycars with a
roaring noise in my head. I bought medi
cine In 18 states but nothing helped me
till I procured a bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm. [ found it a sure cure. in four
days 1 could hear as well as ever. 1 am
cured of the (atarrh as well. .1 consider
Ely's Uream liahn the best medicine ever
made.-4arrett WIdrick, Hastings, New
A oLEnOYMAN was met the other day
by a dilapidated looking indlyidual witih
a flask of whisky in his pocket, who
ingmured: "Sir, is this the nearest road
to the alimshouse?" "No, sir," replied
tbe clergyman, pointing to the bottle,
''but that 1tt."
Mother Swan's Worm Syrup.
Infallible, tasteless, harmless, cathartic; for fe
verishneas, restlessness, worms, constIpation. 29e.
JIONEs asked his wife: "Why is a hue
band like dough?' He expected she
would grve it up, and was going to tell
her It was beoause a woman needls him;
but she said it was because he was hard
to get off her hands.
,BArTIWOit, Mo.-1ir. Irwin Hi. Elderidge, says
1I would recommiiend a trial of nrown's iro'n Bit
ters in all cases of anaemio dlebiihty or when a
tonic or appetiser is ln'iicated."
A wOMAN in Albany while house-elean
lng found a large roll of bank bills.
Now don't get excited, ladies, and go
to cleaning honuso all over again; they
were on an old State bank which failed
years ago, and they were good for noth
"I 1lgt she observed as she looked
up from het paper. "'that another wo
man who Was perfectly sane all the
time has jNtt been released from a lun
atio asyium after a detention of three
"Yes," briefly replied the husband.
"She was incarcerated by her hus
"Who wanted her out of the way that
he might marry another woman."
"In case you desired to dispose of
me you would probably have me shut
up in a lunatic asylum."
"No, ma'am; I should poison you.
That's the cheaper and better way.
As a man of business, and as an advo
cate of financial economy, I have
thought this matter over, time and
again, and I should certainly prefer to
spend fifteen cents for arsenic to paying
out $10 to $15 per week for goodness
knows how long."
She looked at him a long time with
a whole iceberg in each eye, and then
turned to her paper with the remark:
"Just like your stingy ways; you
never want me to have anything like
Druggists, Take Notice.
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
having sustained the District Court of Al
legheny county, granting to R. E. Sellers
& Co., the exclusive right to the "trade
mark" "Blood Searcher" (registered at
Washington, D. U.,eDecember 11, 1876),
our name will be printed on all outside
wrappers. Any one sellng, or offering
for sale, any "Blood Searcher" without
bearing our name will be prosecuted to the
full extent of the law. (The penalty is
$1,000 fine and two years' imprisonment)
U. E. SELLERs & Co.,
Proprietors, Pltsburg, Va.
A DOUmNIE brought to the scratch :
Beadle (to minister)-"Did ye hear that
Mrs. Tamson had ta'on a fit o' perplexi
ty and was anxious to see ye ?-' Minister
--"No, James, I am sorry to hear about
that. I can't go over to-day, but-"
James-"'Oh, never mind, I'll gang
ower the day mysel' an tell her to thole
a wee an' no de till ye come-the morn,
maybe?" Minister-"Oh, no, James.
I'll try to go over after dinner to-day."
AIRN8MAN's PrroNzanD nIEF TONIC the only
preiration of beet contalnin.; Its engre metr.
t ious prupertt's. It cortaisa b!ood-inuking, force
geuerating anti life-sustaining properties; tuvalua
ie for its igestioni, dlyapopsna,nervous prostration,
anti all formis of genterailc)ielity, also, in arl en
feeblel conditions, whether the result of exhaus
tion, nervous prostrat;on, over-work or acute dis
ease, partictilarly if r sulting from pulmonary
compilalnts. Caswell Hazari & Co., proprietors,
New York. Sold by clruggivts.
PLEASUREs decrease as da come near
us. De fish is a heap bigger 'fore yer
gite it outen do water. Do injurious in
dis worl' is allers do fanciest. Do bran
dy bottle is fixed up finer dan do bread
The soft and silky appearance given to
the hair by the use of Carboline, the natu
ral hair restorer and diessing, as now im
proved and perfected, is the subject of
general remark by all vrho have witnessed
its effects upon the human head. Sold by
all dealers in drugs.
vEN a certain bachelor was married
the members of tile bachelor club broke
him all up by sending him as a wedding
present a copy of "Paradise Lost."
The F'rnzar Axle Grease
is the beni,L i uta meno,. a~ is the most
economical and oheapost, one box lasting as
long as two of any other. One greasing will
last two week~s. It receIved first premium at
the Centennial and Paris ExpositIons. also
medais at various 8tate fairs. B3uy no other.
Tam sting of the bee is only one thirty
second of an inch longy. It is only your
imagination that inakes it seem as long
as a hoe handle.
"W e know Ucart Disea'e can be cuired,
why?i because thousands say they have
used Dr. Uraves' Hleart Regulator and
K new it does the cure.-Plymnpton News.'
Si. ner bottle at druggists.
WHEN a woman chases a tramp out
of the back yard with a kettle of boiling
water in her hand, can you speak of'her
as being in hot, pursuit ?
For sore feet, swollen jnt,sprainscon
or unins,useSt.Patrick's Salvo.
Elcotric lamps for locomotives arwear
to have given considerable satisfaction,
the experIments made on one of the
French railwasys having some time
since p)roved its peculiar advantages for
such a purpose. According to this sys
tem, the lamp is placed in front of the
engine, so as to light the permanent
way to an extent equal to all needs and
exigendies. The advantages mentioned
in its favor ale, among others, that it
burns steadily even when the train goes
at express speed; that the light does not
interfere with the visibility or distinc
tive colors of the signals; and that nei
ther the engine driAers, nor employes
of the train carrying the Iighut,nor those
of oth er app; oaching trains are dazzled
by it, and thus the oadinary dangers
arising from this source are almost en
tirely avoided. It is stated that the
drivers are by this means able to see the
line distinctly for a distance of 800
Mrs. J.'8. ILittell,of Newark,N.J.,suffered
terrib)ly from Bright's kinoy disease. 'Three
doctors said she could not live; a fourth doc
ter gavo hor Dr. Elmoro's Rtheumnatine
Goutahlin only-three bottles cured her.
The button holes o1 Chrolithion collars
and cuffs are miade so they will not tear
out like other kinds.
Bricks impregnated at a high tempe
rature with asphialt are being success
fully used in Berlin for pavement. By
driving out the air and water with heat,
bricks will take up trom 15 to 20 per
cent, of bitumen, and the porous brittle
material becomes durable and elastic
tnder pressure. The bricks are then
put endways on a beton bed anid set
with hot tar. It is said that the rough
usage which the pavements made of
these bricks will s'and us astonishing.
TH hygiene of quackery has done more to
aggravate dyspopsia by self-.infiletcd starva
tIon than gluttony ever dId. GAsTINE
cures t he worst forms o' dyspepsia.
Ladies and children's boots and -shoes
cannot run over if Lyon's Patent Heel
8tlffeners are used.
Ini the English navy only lime juice is
used with the gratifying result that
sourvy is now practically unknown. In
thme merchant marine service, however,
lemon juice is chiefly used, owing to its
cheapness.and here cases are frequently
occurrngn; not Mr. (Jonroy thinks, that
lemon-juice is inferior to lime-juice as
an anti-scorbutio, but simply that it
soon becomes inert and useless by fer
Dr, Kline's Great Nerve iaestorer Is theO marvel
of the. e for all nerve disass. All fit sto dpe
fre. n to951 Anlh Street. Phaladelnh, Pa
IT uoosn;b take a Northern Ibvali
very long to get well in I'lorida. Who
the first week's hotel bill iv presented
he generally says: "I guess I'm we]
enough tostart for home his afternoon.
"Rough on Rats."
Clear out rate, mice roaches, flies, ante, be<
bugs, skunks, Cbipmunl, gophers. 160. Druggist
AT a Sunday school, in answer to thi
question: "What is the greatest ohurol
festival?" A little orphan of six year
promptly answered: "Strawberry tost
Nervousness, debility and exhausted vitalit
cured by using Brown's Iron Bitters.
VEY few of the elephants in thee
days have any tusks. You see the ex
tensive manufacture of celluloid han
made it so cheap that it doesn't pay tt
The pills arg warranted to be PURELY vege.
table, free from all mineral and other poisonous
substances. Trey are a certain cure for Consti.
atlon, Sick Idache, Dyspepsia Biliousness
orpid Liver, Loss of Appetite, ani all diseasei
ai.ng from the
Liver, Stomlach, Bowels or
They remove all obstructions from the channeli
of the system and purify the blood, thereby in
parting health, strength and vigor. Sold by drug.
gists, or sent by mail for 26 cents in stamps by
P. NEUSTAEDTEII & CO.,
83 Mercer St., New York,
Sole Manufacturers of ST. BERNARD VEGE
Send for circular.
CTHE CREAT CURES
KIDNEYS,LIVER AND BOWELS. C
It cleanses the system of the aorld poison
that causes the adaful suffbring which
* only the victims of Rhoumatism can realise. I
$ THOUSANDS OPOASES J
of the wost forms of this torriblo disc
g have boon quickly relieved, and In short timo ,
PRICE, $1. LIQUID OR DRY, SOLD DY UnCQOISTs. E
It- Dry can be sent b mall -
WELrS, RIOIIARDSON & o., Burlngton Vt.
I 1 1
Nothing in the world equal to it for the
cure of Scrafula, Pimples. tons. Tetter, Ol Sores,
Sore e:ye., Mercurial iseascs, Catarrh, I.oss of
Appetite, Female Compltal:., am at Blood
disea.:s. It never fails. All druggista and
country store keepers seil It. U. t. relIers
A to.. Prep'.. Pitsttrgh, on every bottle.
S H For yeas ' Ihavebeenaf'i't
I.Y' August nili frost. Im avre
Cream Balm a trinl. The relic
was immnethote. I regard mysoll
(Ilcured. (1. SounIniu. Supt. 01
c ly Cordage Co.,lizasbeh,N. J.
Cgoele 00 most oia.
o I hnve used Ely'sCOreamnBalnr
om mnend it as the best. . B
.JS ts,Lawyer.d. lapids.alic
CREA BALM Wil whon apl od
RONECOLD thromembrran wllso (ltre
Unequalled for cold it 1th hed Ageable to use
et for cIrcua 01 Enta psmcar, u all or at
Vital Questions I!
.Ask tho most einaent physician
Of any school, what is thu best thing ii
tho world for quieting and allaying all irri
tation of the nerves and curing all forms~ 0f
nervous complaInts, giving natuiral, child
like refreshing sleep always ?
And they will tell you unhesitatIngly
"Some form of Hop1s i*"
Ask any or all of the most emninient phy.
"What Is then bost and only remedy that
can be relied on to cure all diseases of the
kidneys and urinary organs; such ni
Bright's disease, diabetes, retention or Inta
bility to retain urine, and all the disease
nd ailments peculiar to Women"
"And they will tell you exp!icitly and
Ask the same phiysiciansq
"What is the most rollablo and surest
cure for all liver diseases or dyspepstia; con
stipation, lndigestion, b liousness, mlallrial fever,
agule, &c.," andi they ilt tell you:
- Mandrake I or D.mndellon I"
Hlence, when thiese remtedies are comibined wltli
others equIally vatluablo
And comnpountded into Hlop Bil tors, such a
(Concluded next wveek.l
aELMOR R.G.t thnekest pleasainlt
/ \ Ilvor *tmh ladter an bt,
A nies', tt onl real curalst
00acrhoutmati.m gout. lumbage. adat
lessoeasos right~ dlnnao att dyaoo In :c w ek '
ons ofn rheumatic dis,alr er,,t to Iwetr,ln'
Ilat lred in h s.(~ate r io tidr in ,m rtt
draag!st to get it: If lho d'ooline send to 'ma ford rt
nothIng else. Cimre Aas& C.* , 5Iwilami ,t., N.
CU re Addre II ALL T-SE FAoL..Prlnj
UUse h.n 111tm. ttuld by druggista. "
G EENTDI WANTED for the liest and Fastest
selling Pictorial Dooks and Bibles. Prices re
ned 5per cent. N ATIONA L Pun. 00. Philada.. Fas
*oul free. Adtdraanug&a . Autgusta. Me
Oamphor Mil1k Is te best Linimonit. PrIce 25 cents
ii uoi Dum. fnueg.4 Arsenaln t.St nus. Mt
Do you want a pure, bloom
lng Complexioni Ifi so, a
few applications of Ifagan's
XAGN LIA BALM will grat
1fy you to your heart's con
tent. It (1008 away with Sal
lowness, Rtedness, Pinmples
Bllotches, and all di~seases anJ
Imperfections of the skin. It
'overcomes the flu shed appears
ance of' heat, fatigue and ex
eitement. Tt makesaayo
'TIRTY appear but TWEN
TY; and so natural gradual,
and perfect are ls effects
that it Is Impossible to dotecd
d A mantifactrer in Vienna employs
n the following process for silvering iron:
He first covers the iron with mercury,
11 and silvers bp the galvanio process. By
heating to 800 degrees 0., the mercury
evaporates and the silver layer is fixed.
Iron-ware is first treated with diluted
,. hodrochloiio acid, and then dipped into
a solution of nitrate of mercury, being
a at the same time in communication with
i the zinc pole of an electric battery, a
s piece of gas carbon or platinum being
used as an anode for the other pole.The
metal is soon covered with a layer of
quicksilver, is then taken out and wtll
' washed and silvered in a silver solution.
To save silver the ware can be first cov
e ered with a layer of tin; one part of
- cream of tartar is dissolved in eight
a parts of boiling water, and one or more
tin anodes are joined with the oarbon
pole of a Bunsen element. The zinc
! pole communicates with a well-cleaned
piece of copper, and the battery is made
to act till enough tin has deposited on
the copper, when this is taken out and
the iron-ware put in its place. Ware
thus covered with tin, chemically pure
and silvered, is much cheaper than oth
er silvered metals.
"Now Well and Strong."
SIIPMA A, hlinois.
Dr. R. V. PIEROE, Buffalo N. Y.: Dear
sir-I wish to state that my daughter, aged
18, was pronounced incurable and was fast
failing as the doctors thought, with con
sumption. I obtained a half dozen bottles
of your "Golden Medical Discovery" for
her and she commenced improving at once,
and is now well and strong.
Very truly yours
REv. ISAAC N. AUGUSTIN.
"DIscovery" sold by druggists.
Charles Lever, of Manchester, has in
vented and patented an electric lamp in
which the carbons are held apait by a
spring when no current is passing. The
current, when first started, excites an
olectro-magnet which releases a clip,and
allows the upper carbon to fall upon the
lower; the weakening of the magnets
consequent on shunting the current
through the carbons allows the springs
to bind the clip, and draw back the up
per carbon to the proper distance. When
the carbovs burn away so as to increase
the resistance greatly, this process is
MTins. J. C. H t.N DF,RsON, of Cleveland,
Ohio, writes : "The use of two of Pierce's
'Pleasant I'urgative Pellots' a day, for a
few weeks, has entirely cured me of sick
headacho, froim which I formerly su.ftored
terribly, as often, on an average, as once in
ten days." Or all druggists.
M. Planchud has discovered that cer
tain algre have a power of reducing sul
phates, which is not possessed by life
less organic matter. He considers that
the deposits of metallic sulphides andot
free sulphur probably owe their origin
to similar microbia.
Young and middle-aged men, suffering
from nervous debility and kindred affec
tions as loss of memory and hy pochondria,
shouli incloso three stamps for Part VII of
World's Dispensary Dime Series of pamph
leti. Addross WOnLD's * DISPENSARY
AMuf>Af, ASSOCIATION, Buffalo, N. Y.
A method of coaling the surface of
wood so as to render it hard as stone
has aome into vogue in Giermany. The
compositionis a mixture of forty parts
of chalk, fifty of resin and fonr of lin
seed oil, melted together, then addingI
one p art of copper. and finally one of
sulphuric acid. IL is applied hot with a'
Another Life saved.
Mtrs. Hlarri t Cummnings, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
wgrtes: Early last winter my daughter was at
tackedl with a severe cold which settled on her
lungs. We trieud severa' medicines, none of which
seemed to (10 ther any good, but she continued to
get worse,and finally raised large amounts of b;ood
from her lungs. wec called in a family physician
but lie failed to do her anay good.. wVe then called
in a phlysician-a most skilliul parofessor in one of
our colleges-hie a-aid thiat Ahe coulii not get wall.
At this tune a fri. nit whto had bae. cured by Dr.
win. Hlall'.. ilami for the Lun~ga, advised me to
give it a trial. We Suen got a b,ttile, ai:.d before
sane uad u ie ~CI it alt upi 'he ieganl to ianlrovo, suid
by tse uso of three baJts altse wai entirely cured.
An excellent stain for giving light
colored wood the appearance of black
walnut may be made and applied as fol
lows: Take Brunswick b!ack, thin it
down with turpentine until it is about
the right tone and color, and then add
about one-twentieth its bulk of varnish.
This mixtura, it is said, will dry hard
and take varnish yell.
st. isernar1 vegetable Pils.
The reveredi name of St. Bernard will be remem
bered so long as manl continues to abuse nature
by excesree and the pill of our fathers remains
t ho chuamaplon remedy of the world to prevent dim
ease. Whenever the appoelite in lost, lengue
coated, sleep restless, bowols'costivo, skin sallow,
eyes yellow anti niihough not quite ick you arel
feeling badily, be sure tnat disease is hanging ever
you. Don't wall. Remember that one ounce of
preventative is better than a pounud of cure a
that all druggists sell Sf. Bernardi Vegetable 1'i,S.
A aceo process for impregnating wood
for its preservation has been patented
in Germany. This consists in l-et
treating the wood with a solution of zinc
vitriol, and then with a solution of
chloride of calcium, so that the preser
vative coating is formed upon the wood
by tihe chemical action of both sub, tan
ces on one another.
Does your heart ever seem to step and
you feel a death like slensatlon? do you
have sharp pains in regIon of your
heartL--you have kieart Disease. Try Dr.
Graves' Heart Regulator. SI. per bottle.
A MAN purchased a piano for hi
daughter recently, and the other day
called on the agent and wanted to know
when the "forte" would be deliveredi.
The piano had arrived all right, but the
"forte" had not yet been sent.
The quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney,
Bladder and Urinary Diseoases. 51: Druggists.
To remove finger marks,putty stains,
etc., from glass, put a little soda in the
water with which you wash it.
OWRNTON, KYr.-Dr. T. P. Mundy, says: "I 1.ave
fouind Brown's Iron Bitters one of'the best tonics
and parescrlibe It frequently."
The hate which we all bear with the
most ChIristian patience is the hate of
those who envy us.
It was one of the peculiarItieA of
never would tell patients what they we
it would do the patients no good to kr
fying a foolish curiosity. Tai order tu
would write the prescriptions in dog-L
read them. All that sort of thingis now
he takes. lie is weak, and wants to
Wvants to digest well. a'Or he has a tr
put to rights. So he takes Brown's Ii
mystery at,all. This is the best prepa
bination with gentle yet efficient tonit
enfeebled systems. It enriches impov
weaknesse. It casts out debility. It I
TIE QREAT ERMAN
Relieves and cures
Soreness, Ous, Bruises,
And all other bodily aches
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Delrs.f Directions tI
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
(ese..sor, to A. VOOrLER a CO.)
--- ellttmore, Nd., U.S. A.
HAS BEEN PROVED
The SUREST OURE for
Doe. alamo back or dieordered urine indi
oeat t oh u are a viotim P TIlrr DO NOT
i use Kidnoy-Wort at onoo, (drug
oomo the disease and restore healthy aotion.
Eosis toourso seucnh as paid
Lad ie .pa"in.
an sit orill not promptly and eatto. rie
EtheBoz. noontinonoo,rotonton ofurins,
briokdust orropy dopoelts, and dull dragging
pains, alls yield to its ourativo powe'.
4$. BOLD BY ALL DRUGOISTS. Prioe $1.
R U PT U'R_FE7
u.rt t r J a eyr Main (110
pl.Wilbe at ia4noh Omfces ths day o
moh: yeon s owling, Pa.. d tiaturdAwt
tar ioua, Fort .ayno Laid and ; Uomtne
*i* otel. aboago,ilti,ilsatl and 18th.
DRS. J. N. & J. B. IWNS Ac;h.
THOSE AFFLICTED) WI'I'lI III EFlFEC'S
OF 8BLMI-ABU'E AND .EIiltCUtIALIZAL'ION
should not hes.tate to cous'ilt J. N. anti J. 13. HO.
BENSACK, of 106 North Seeonud street, Philadel
pia, eith by mall o by erl dring the houra
fmS A. M.to Y . M.,andi 6 to 21'. M.
Advice free. Whosoever would know his oond$
lion and the way to Im rove It should read
'IJbOM IN A N UTSHELL."
Bent on receipt or 5-cent stamp.
I nsan Persons Restored
I/Val/BIRA & NRVERDI EST ORER
AIN. .f taken as directed. F its a/ter
dfra a use. yreatise and Ez tril bottle rea to
it tett,they payingr aresschargesonboswhea
red. Send names. P. . ant epress address of
Drugte to DR.KLINB.,yArch St.,PhtING FXAUD..
Dr. LaFIEUS' FRENCH MOUSTACHE VIGOR
Grows a beard on tbe soothe.at tace in 20 days or
"e*r '.ever rals. snt. ree.pt*f0s
atams o uer $ ackagest ors$i. Beware of eap
ituttatloe t none other genuine. Bend forotrcular.
Addtress. T. W. SAXF..bos 2t, Warsaw. I0d. U.B.A.
FOR YOUNO MKN. Addrosm
Slaeraan Telesrnphi Co.. Obrlin, O.
IFREE Scnd for tire s"H
RE yo*" wan"Health Helper"
lYorfectrioalth. I.H.lioxlO4 iutta o.N.Y.
R. LINDILOM & t0. N. O. MILLiEI & Co.
6 & 7 Chamber of i5 Broadway.
ORAIN AND PROVISION BROKERS.
Noty York l iaeoa.0 St. t.oi 1l1 a'ti liwaukec m
e have exltuaie irIvate telecap reo between
Junetwlau cic os r tIbei fir cilas con .
Oh?icartcl 1IOT INBO &0.
sta n i tael andgrind its te th Ifs j
-t ns VRJI%l, andi you ,ehould use
CFCL ARK'S INFA LLIBLE-n
inti action. c. n: bte Drugg1 tt
vVay uor' a t i hoes, in city or couNt ry.
Pal and Wnier 'rrto. k3nd ISo r sadsple anI
particulars. HUDSON MFO. COS365 Sixth Avo., N.Y.
8 5to $20 fe
1'honix Pectoral will cure sour coualt. Price 25s et
REE ti.I rs ea -A fulu UL5'I"Anr.*' C
UUTIN. D. w. Moody&en 31W.*9th ,Cinciennati,o
sure our readers tha, Ir ditisfed with
ether weakoa of 0BraI rm e odstro pors,
both. .-At Drunaise, or by tmat Ifronm
Nenom N er,ous
Nerve Generative Orn, are a eman
nny and radIcally cre byAln's Brain
o for 8-At Druggilsts, or by mali1fromS
c. . 88lt --
weaneo oanl o8at e xt,naer
by all from AlIon's Phtarmnaoy,Si Frst
LLEN'S?n d sumrest ana
ants, forenmost amon
Nervous Debility And unnatural eoaknes
rAtres the suffere e' to his former vigor. $1.
venue, 'w York City.
~he old-fahioned Doctors that fhe,
re prescribing for them. They saidl
ow, and that it wvould only be grati
> keep patients from knowing, they
atin, so that most patients could not
over. The patientwants to know what
be strong, or he is dyspeptic, nnd
ouhiesome liver which hIe wvants to
on, Bitters about which there is no
rationt of. iron in the world, in comn
. ItgIves strength.' It builds up
erished blood. It removes fetninine
B what vmf want a ..o.. drug.