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CUmtase op BtrokWgkAT -Thls is a
rain well kno*n to most Northern
armers. It is -aid to have been former.
ly called Beechwheat, owing to its re
semblance to the common beechnut of
It grows quickly, even on light, poor
soils, but attains perfection, giving re
munerative crops,only on land qnite rich
in fertilizing properties. Sandy soil
with a dry subsoil is best adapted to its
culture,especialty if it be an old pasture
field recently plowed.
At the North it is usually sown about
the first of July, and should not vary 10
days from the date named. If sown ear
lier, the dry, hot days of August and
September often blast the kernel when
forming: while if the seeding be neglec
ted until about the first of August. it is
extremely liable to be injured by frosts
.efore reaching maturity.
Buckwheat is a crop for the careless
farmer as well as the smart and onter
prising one. The labor of preparing the
land comes when the hurry and bustle
of "spring work" are past, only the
growing corn demanding the husband
man's attention. Theground should be
as carefully plowed and harrowed as for
wheat, barley, or any similar crop. By
far too many are careless in this respect
often letting their cheape t help plow
and fit the ground for it, saying to the
laborer: "You need not be particular
about the work, as it is only for 'buck
wheat,' " It is this class of farmers
who have, to a certain extent, brought
the cultivation of this crop into disre
pute. Yet it is a grain that will respond
generously to good cultivation,and upon
soils adapted to its culture it is very re
It seems to be well adapted to subdu
ing i ew ground, or aa a crop for fields
filled %iui ktamps, as it is branching in
its growth. and completely shades the
ground; and as i. germinates readily, it
may be sown upon the loose soil about
stumps, roots and snags with almost a
certainty of growing, even if not har
From two to four pecks is the quan
tity of seed sown per acre. Two vario
ties are grown, the black and the gray.
The latter is usually considered the best
to yield, but will not ftaud the hot
weather qaite as well as the former. By
meats o the new patent process buck
wheat flour is prounced as white as that
made from wheat. It is also asserted
that this process will remove that por
tion of the flour that formerly seemed
to poison the blood of many who used
it. There is, at any rate, one thing
certain, as nojw manufactured, the ilou
makes improved -"griddle cakes" with
out the former dceidedly buckwheat
Many farmers will not sow buckwheat
because it shells so readily and gets iNto
the manure of the yard, and is thus
scattered about the larm, depreciating
tho value of an otnerwiso good crop of
wheat or barley. Some dealers object
to buying even oats containing a mix
ture of this grain, while other deulers
prefer,if possible,to have it thus mexed.
Unless intended for grinding or home
use a crop of barley should never suc
ceed that of buckwheat, for the nearly
uniform size of the kernels provents
their entire separation with the fanining
mill or oilher contrrvanco.
TDE flavor and keeping qualitics of
fruit wvill Iometimes vary a great deal,
owing to the influence of the stock mn
whiech it is grafted, Thtis is the most
noticeable in the Baldwmn aple, per
haps because it is most widely dia
seminatt d. When grafted up am the
stock of an early apple it will be found
to ripen earlier and decay earlier; whie
upon a sweet aipplc it becomes more
mild flavor, while upon a aeedhnai stock
on which the natural fruit is hiar~i and
sour, the Baldwin will have an extreme
ly acid flavor and keeps sound a longer
time. How far this variation may ex
tend, whether ail fruits can be changed
in this way, or whether all stocks have
the same power of influencing the
grafts cut in them, is a question deserv
ing the attention of our horticulturists.
RoLLINo.-Thouigi rolling is of much
bend~it on light,poious and lumpy soils,
yet, an exchange avers, it is injurious
on wet cla) 5, except in dry wveather,
when they are lungi y after plowmig.
Rolling a stiff'soil when wet rendel4rs it
more diflicult of cultivation by pressing
the particles still more closely together
and preventing the admission of air,
Even hght. arablo lands require the
ground to bie dry when rolled, if for nc
other reason thani that otherwise the
ac ii will adhere to the roller. Orasi
land, however, is beat rolled in showery
THiE Amn!rcan Cultivator says:'"W~hcr
onions seem to run to 'sculhons,' andi
the tops continue green and large, it ih
a v'ery food plan to break the lattei
down by rolling a barrel across the
rows, TLlpms partially stops thme growth
of the top and leaves the bul' to get
the fertility of the soil, WVhen the on.
ions arc as large as a silver dollar opy
can judge whether they need this treat
ment, or not."
SHourLn a fowvl become crop-bound,
work the crop well with the hand, and
endeavor to force away the obstruction
in the passageway to the glzzardSliould
this fail, draw the skin to onie side and
cut the crop snilieenily to relieve it 01
the contents. Sew up the wound wvitli
silk, and the fowl will not be seriously
damaged. Alter the cut ting be sure that
the obstruction to the p~asange is remiov.
ed as well as the cont. its.
AN iron-toothed rake wvill kill more
weeds in a garden in an hour than a hot
can kill in three hours if both are used
when the weeds arc just showing thob
green leaves above the surfaco,aind more
than a lice catn kill ini one (lay ten da1)
later. Such a rake will run over corn,
peas, potatoes, onions,earrots and beeti
until they are two or three inches higlh
without is jury except to the w.. oe.
EvEnonrE~s evaporate less waiter ii
proportion thun do plants with ch cidu.
one leaycs usader the same conditions
Ev, poration of water goes on in a satur
ated as in a drier atnaosphere. Young
leaves evaporate mt re than old ones b3
reason o1 greater activity of growing
tissues. The evaporation of water ii
especially determined by the action o
light, especially of the yellow rays.
I the silver which is not used ever)
day is put In canton flannel bags and
then has bits of camphor gum lait
around it, it will not turn black. Mak.
some little bags the size of a thim
ble and put the gum in them. Thi
will save a great deal of time whicl
would otherwie bo consumed in polish
ing the silver, and if the silver is no
solid thao plating will last longer if care4
far in this way.
Us or FiUUTa -dooking elonoves
much of thd acidity from. crude fruit e
and renders It lighter, as well as more r
palatable. So treated, It is productive m
of good and no harm, but it is a funda- t
mental principle that whatever fruit is i1
eaten uncooked must be fully ripe, and o
not over-ripe. This may sound trite, e
and, indeed, the principle is commonly
admitted, but not, it would seem, by i
all, for we still find peop'e, and not a
few, who will themselves deliberately
take, and worse, will give to their child- b
ien green gooseberries, gcen apples, t
etc., the very hardness of which, apart
from their acid pungency, suggests un- t
fitness for digestlon, 13uch people use
as food an acid irritant poison, whose a
necessary action is to cause excessive t
intestinal secretion, with more or less
inflammation. Hence arises diarrhcea. 1
On the other hand, fruit which is over- c
ripe, in which fermentation has begun, t
is a frequent cause of -this disorder and j
equally to be avoided, and perhaps also i,
more diflcult to avoid because the in
Ridious beginning of decay is not easily
recognized. It snould never be forgot
ten by any who incline to follow the
seasons in their feeding, that the want
of such precautions as the above may
produce the t dysentrie form of diarrhou, J
"British cholera," which is occasionally
as rapidly fatal as the mere dreaded
Asiatic type of that disease.
UnoQ saill's Navy.
In a communication published in the I
Army and Navy Journal, Commander
J. B. CoghlanU. 1. N. ,states that the con
sultations of eminent naval and other sur.
geons, respecting his rheumatic attack,
failed to afford hni the slightest relief.
By advice of Dr. Doyle no used St.
Jacob's Oil, wbih wrought a complete
and, as he says, v onderful cure. John Uarr
Moody, Eq., lawyer at Val'ej'), Cal., was
likewise cured of a severe Joint trouble.
BARIN.-One of tbe most diflicult
duties of a housekeeper is.thatof baking. t
Food prepared in the most particular
ma'ner and of best material will be
completoly ruined if the oven is either
too- hot or too cold. Each one must
learn by cxperience, however. For
biscuits the oven should begin to cool
a little before they are taken out.
This makes thom very light. They
must be very carefully watched to keep
them from being scorched. They
should bake quickly; if baked with
such a fire as required for bread they
are spoiled. .1"or bread a rather slow
fire is necessary. but should be even
and steady from first to last. Cakes
require even a slower fire than bread,
but not too slow or the cake will not
be thoroughly bakbd through, and will
fall when taken from tho oven. If the
fire is too hot at lirst.it will crust over
before it is light, and burst through
the crust and rough and unsightly.
Any kind of broad or pastry mixed with
water requiire a botter firo than if
mixed with milk. Fruit pies needi ati
rather hot fire, but steady. Pumpkin !1
pies as hot as can be wishout burning 0
the crust. Custard pies neet a slow
tire or they will boil and whey out be
fore they aire done.
Outr iet FaltutileN,
111a ve been i rt ble11,.8 t'r ove'r six years wit h i
a se'verie kidnely conila~Iint, also a weaknss .
tiott, siinte <lays :is iany as twent.y thneto,
withi severie' pin is ini thle bladder, as8 wet as
In thle hiii-k anal ioinus. At. I ilnes I pass.ei a a
limtited ii nanti11ly 11 ll'in, highly colore8.d wit hi
ttuna~lti.rl h ea.t ainii seitu let; I'regineitiv
eini ld lt.t I nut lst, dio somelit hing t'r it,* tea r
lng that teor' siriousl t roinbiilo oni t'uilow.
I went to tit hei lrilgistI attel was re(ointer11ni.l i
wIth wi viiutilriti sitesin8ilseve'rlse$lveree-('11e
here'l ini Ilangorji . I coneiiltuied to try' it, and I
hllping 1111 beyotui iny ex lwetaltions11. My
feel ing goneli, wit hal genellI toin g uip ol' theii
systin;i and w iicotinued1 y1 too 8Utsesi~nt ii sd
11s ll h hot l an it hasi 11o Inpltel11y 1tted tue.
Oiters o talniy havlxetse. litnt. a
.iIoly with. ,gnally Isgl, success
we <i10'ot hti e t oi recot a ntnl' it lara
utilr bt'heri h as tid it aswl ucs shPer
tay rchange the aspetot of tneicieg abut
tienoedy ust ar a, litt vanih.O
at sushny da k the o~.1>'' l cair an
talsiton hle al ayc or, by8n8o.
l'r anidrs ater toroughatyduntin.
A.il otwt a1 damp N oh, appy
scratchs 81 A iirespotse ofy Ballndste
T[t ill dry iY AuN' ti.-N, anoyouowl
unti shpriae triedi ho much oe o
mave chane Ah fannecl of thg aboutry
litl sunhisyeda otake ou the rld chaire n
thble ut othe ptstrc ors bye open
drh tod afvter i t oigly being tand
wrbngedfunith yo woamp nlothnowlyx
cet bildy inanproved apim ne, thatu il
beil ouiasbused. oach voodishu
hive dons hAie tane clth orita kiery
uhetlo nsd faioi, ilo tok olb furil-r
with; look the goeatest nae mus be ex
Wriet beoreveppn the varnbig lefto
careu od to atepact duht. It muthe
cpt dry ths isroved apearyn thain
telcloths k a lodast ntw.c ashn as
they will without it.
flrIht o Cat aulo te
indliges.tlon, lIysppia, c'0nally1 ittinn, colie, cholera
mnorbuls, fever'1s. skinl ii a a1es, dia~be.e5, Itright's
1Rtlligan, 110 Thu tsIgl n,1 tI lecri uS lln|ll1', s tliese
liense ',1 ies. of lite." tier sli tirofulve worti
harveci lH begXInutg0. t rugided by lrni conge.
Tnof drive away pratsteb poite h tatd
hasrregu'a lat i n the ir an tieitivecorgas
and asear bwaslel :i pla hr preen ey
Drn;r seX~t eoe. Af th dgsa an l0t115m.
thhas ien eft in the air till it be-e
coaspa or incorporate it with soltp
se.and sar well all places whereth
they run; or set some of the soap andl
poiash niear their holhes, and they will
not troulo~l you long after getting mito
Foa D)YaraRstA, I NnliMivuoN, depressiOn of spir
its andt general debihty,un their1 Various to~rmal; also -
as a preiit v. a1(.linst fever andli alglel a1Ii 01ther
inter mittenit fevers, tile "Fe'rro-P'hoisphiorated
h'itXir of Ciallsuya" 111d01 by Caswveti linuhdr & .,
New Ytork, and sold by a'i D~rugglis, Is the best
tonic; an I for patients recoverinug from fever or
Otheor sickness, it 1.as no equall.
IJF wastierwomen would rub their
hands and arms with dry salt immediate
I ly after finishing work it will take out
the soda and prevent bad effects from
AmoNa the passengers in a stage
oh, stopped one day last spring by
oad agents in Montana, was a Bufelo
ian who was ont there to; look over
he ground with a view of establish.
og a clothing store. He was the last
ne out of the conch,and as he was order
d to throw up his hands ie called out:
"Shentlemen, I ike to settle die case
Ahe an honest man ?"
"Keep your hands up I"
"If I can't make an assignment to my
,rudder Moses I settle mit you for twen
y cents on der dollar."
"You shut up and shell out I" was
ie htern command.
"Shentlemons" continued the victim,
a he wriggled around, "I hat made
[ireo assignments and failed seex times
a peesness, und I nefer vhas treated
ike dis before. I shall now offer thirty
onts on der dollar, und if you doan'
ske him I'll go into bankruptcy. und
ay wife puts all der cash in her stock
Veopeo Urow 1Itilois
learcely less often fro'ii Inprudence in diet, and
Pallure to avolid other causae which aggravate a
intural tendency t, iiiousines, than froin the use
)f II chIosenl reinethes. The violent catharties iII
tre the bowels by weakeilig I heim, but l'ave no
pecifle actIon upon (lie liver. Thie aperlent oper
tion of lioStetier'4 stomaich nitters is widely dif
'erent, frotn the abrnpt efect of draitIc purgatives,
ia'f triturateti blue pill, and potent, but Injurious
maloinel. It ttiltes a iatural and healthful
:hange in the hatM of body, siinulites the liver
n renewed activity i lte perforintuico of its bile
iecreiltig ftinction, proenores digestion, and inaut
oats its efliciecy by tile reinova! of the unpleas
nt ensittions, yellowness of thi skin, naiusea and
urrec toligle wiial acconipany liver disorder.
cever and ague and bilIous remittent fever, which
Ire always atitenaule with chronic disorder or tle
iltiarv organ, are preve itedl and relieved by it,
udll it is t inedicine or standard excellence Il
aseo of rhouinatis, kidney aud bladder troubles
ONi a train coming up from Philaqel
>hia, the other day, a New Yorker
bared his seat with a stranger who
)roved to be an ex-County Treasurer
rom Ohio. After some little conversa
ion the citizen inquire:
" So you were a County Treasurer,
" II wats."
"What was the amount of your de
"My books balanced to a cent, sir I"
vaH the indignana reply.
"Ah I" growled the New Yorker in a
lisappointed voice, and it must have
>con easy to see from his looks that he
Vas deeply chagrined. The stranger
loubtless felt sorry for him, and after
, few minutos of painful silence re
"But I subsequently noted as post
atiater and cheated the government out
"Oh I you did I" chuckled the New
.orkor, and a feeling of quiet satisfac
ion ti once settled upon hiA face, and
riendly relations were again established.
Notinlug Like it. *
No inedleine has ever been known so effectual in
ie cure of all those illseasei arising from an ian
tire contiliion of tle blood as Scov.i's sairsapardla
r Illoi and Liver syrup, the Universal itnedy
)r the Cure of Scrofula, White Swellings, ihen
i11ai, Pimples, Blotches, Eruptions, Venereal
oresand Dliseases, Constimnpr oil (joitre, lios,
aicors, and all kindroil diseases. It purliles tie
yatein, brings color to I he cheeks and restores the
utfoer to a norrinai corirt Ion of hecalih anml vigor.
covill's Sarnmaparitrla or Blood and Liver 83 rup
leanies then i0:n arid gives persmanent birauty to
"HANS. why don't you get marriedi
Eou are too parlicular. Just go out;
hut your eyes, and put your hand 0on
he firat girl you meet, and marry her."
"Mcini eracious I vot you dakes me
or? If I shoots mine eyes dot vay, I
ould aboost as like as not fall ofer some
slh p~areil in do 813treet, rund den some
>odys voulud gry owvid I vas dhrunk, und
len-veil, I diond't vant to marry aome
>oliceman's, mine front."
Wiki~nti lont i~nr Itestorer.
It is enirely l leent from all others. It is
is clear as wait', and a' its rnine indicate's is
periectr Vegetali I lair flestorer. It willimn
ned intuey f ree ihe head fromi al liinruif,re
ntr gray hiairi to ins lnatunral color, and pro
Inn a nerw growth where it. has ifallen oiY. it
moes not in any man ner alffect. time health,
whiich sr anlhnr, sirgar of lead mand nit rate o1r
iver prelparan t in have dre. It will chi:unge
ighit or laded hir inii a tl'ew dauys to a beautil o
loirssy hrowvn. Ask your druggist for it. Each
bot iit le warralntd. 8 M iT, IK IN & Co.,
Wh loh-saio Agenits, Ph'iilade'lphia, Pa. arid
1'. N. (I: rr Trox, New York.
You may say what you please, but
hero ia luck in horseshoes. A man
lailed one up on the fencen not long ago
moo, and a wvoek afterward his wife,
rho used to wear out the furniture on
uim, eloped with a friend to whom he
vas owing $40.
I have been very muchi bencoited by
anoc 50 cent bottle of Ely's Cream Bahnm
Whens I began using It, my Catarrh was so
hiad I hod headache most of the whole
Smon and discharged a large amnount of
lltthy matter. That has almost entirely
Iisapp~eared andi I hiave not had headache
1.1ce to amllountl. to anyting. Please Eend
rie two v- nre bottlos.-John 1i. $tummers,
Ste'pii y Con r.
A TRAVEniER, inquiring at a feudal
atlo wvhether lhe could see the antiqui
ies of the place, received the simple
mswer from the aervanst: "I am sorry,
ir; my lady and her daughters have
tono to town.' -
For Tthick Ifcadts,
teavy stomachls, bilious conditions-WVells' May
tpple Umis-anu-bilous, entliarlle. se and 25o.
Vigor, strengthi and health, all found in oneo bot
le of Brown's irotn lilers.
AssnUR1Ne: Paisseniger (fainly)
''0'lect fars-'tore we get aceross? I
thought we-" Mate-"B~eg ye'r par
lon, sir, but our orders is, in b..d wveath
3r, to be partie'lar careful to collect
ares; '011nsa in a gale like this 'crc
here's no knowing how soon we may
di go to the bottom'"
Judige d.M. Si's h, N. Y., used sunccessfully
hot t lea of Dr. Elmioro's Rheumnatine-Gou~tta
ine b r his 25-yt ar old rheumnatic gout, after
ryli g in vaini everythiing else. lie says itf
Rt. (. coat $500 a bottle he would buy it.
lION VIVANTa id that by using OA'
lit i NE no unpleasi nt fleel I gs are experieniced
afer oating~ or drinkling. Sold by druggists.
lASTaixNx is in liiuirt forlin Druggists.
AIsoAT niOMs: (The egotiam or
genule.) Eumit vioiisut - 'Dell me
-who is dat Jiddle paId old ohendn.
nani viz do vito viskeors anid zo binot,
icr, lookinig at the bigohus ?" Hostess
--It's my Uncle Robertson. I'm
grieved to say ho is quito deaf !" Emin
nut violinist--"Aoh, I am zo zotry for
liim I lie vill not po able to hoar me
blay zo vit t e 1"
HU~NTsvn.L.R, AL-ABAMA.-Dr. J. U. Spotswood,
says9: "1 hmghiy reccutmendi Browvn's lion iitera
litrygpe1aa, rheumsatnism andi general de
"WVells'Hiealth Rtenower"restores health and vigor
cnres nwspana Imtncen Seal- neblm.. .
Vi~ / ILLS
The Dlis are warranted to be PURELY vege.
table. free from all mineral and other poisonous
substances. They are a certain cure for Congti
pation, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Billousiess,
Torrid Liver Ls of Appetite, and all diseases
arising from the a
Liver, Stomach, Bowels or
They remove all obstructions from the channels
of the systen anti purify the blood, thereby im
parting health, strength and vigor. Sold by drug
gists, or sent by mail for 25 cents in stamps by
P. NEUSTAEDTER & CO.,
83 Mercer St., Now York,
Sole Manufacturers of ST. BERNARD VEGE
Send for otroutar.
g : i s'' '
of tng n t e world equal to it for the
cureot tofrla. PianpleS, Holits. Tetter, Old Sores,
sore rye, Mercurial Diseases. Catarrh, 1os of
Appetite. Veneoato cowuplainsit t all Blood
diseases. It never fails. All drugglat:. and
country Store keeper. sell it. It. R. Heller
a Co, Proy'., Plitsburh, on every bottle.
18 A SURE CURE '
for all diseases of the Kidneys and
-- L IVERm
It has spooifto action on this moet important
organ, enabling it to throw off torpidity and
inaction, stinulating the healthy aorotion of
tho 33eo, and by keoping tho bowels in free
condition, ofibotlug its rogulardisohargo.
18 lra If you arosuffbiring firom
Malara malaria, have the Chills,
Wort will surely rellova and quickly ouro.
In tho Spring tocleanso tho System, evory
ono should take a thorough courso of it.
41- SOLD BY DRUCOISTS. Price Si.
Vital Questions II
Ask the most eminent pflysiclan
Of anly school, what f's the best thing li
the world for quicting and allaying all irri
tation of the nerves and curing all fortns of
nervous complaints, giving naturt-al, child
like refreshing sleep always ?
And they will 1., 11 you lnhesiLattingly
"Soni form of 110ps !"
Ask any or all of the muost (milinelit ply
"What is the best and only rinctly that
can be rolled on to cure ill liseases of the
kidncys and itrinary organs; stic as
Bright's disease, dtiabetes, retentiol or int
bility toretain urine, am1 all the diseases
anti ailments peciuliar- to Woiuet''
"'Anl they will tell you explicitly and
einphatically "1111uchu1. "
Ask the sante physicians
"WhIat is the ttost re lable anti surest
cure ter all liver diseases or dyspepsia; con
Rtipation, indigestion, 1) l'ousness, tmalarial fever,
tiguc, & tid they will tel! )Ou:
Mandrake I or Dluiideion!"
liciCe, wh lien tlthee -lentiies are coniblued with
other-i equillir valu;.ble
Andi comipounided tito Hop Hitters, sucli a
(Contilded lext week.]
BEFORE -AND -AF TER
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Trid.
TO MEN ONILY, YOUN1G OR OLD,
WHO are suffering from Kvtnvous Dxan ry,
Losr Yr: Al.lTY, LAcK or ?Ettnyn Fonces ArtD
ioon, wVAstIX Wo wiHAKNEstc~. and nil thcose discaeas
of a PglnsosAt, NATrUna resttiing froin AnUass anti
Orualn CAusS. ipoedty roltof and Complete resto-.
ration of ie rt~l. o00o an MIAXI 1 d0 itiANThED
Soni e.foriilustratedamphletfree. Addreas
ALTAI BELT 00., MARSHALL, MI0H. -
CA1-AR H AY-FIWER.
For t eiy.O yars T iar
FAev~er.i l uletensiltHy
e I wits inctiniced I , t ry Ekly'. Crtumn
Otis. i einbled cno to turf 'r
(clentodl a return, attack. it .5 n
* ericecteuro Wlt.T.CAnnc.Pro-.
o )~ OniPAit BiAta illtwhenopp il
+bi* ho finger into the nositira io
HA -EEVER uonn HI of~ catacrra1
APOStITiVE C URE! ll d r,,ii c iii~ oi
EL Y'S te acrsai restorc ti sea
CREAM BALM."" isrslieib fwajl
Uneualed or ob i lroish treatnnt .ill euro
Sen r acircti ir. tcoenaeao w iall or at'
'3.DELM0RE~. R. G. is the quIckest pleasanteat,
'Tfe, ~ sureat andi best remedy for kidney
A diinases, ancii only real ourative over
Isored formc aduter and chrot
# ,C. # iirmaig t. ns uman tstnt
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dreu.ng W .tn oLr asdiea' outfit free. ad.
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OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists a means of so
euring a soft and brilliant
Copexion, no matter' how
poor It may naturally be.
lingan's Magnolia Balm Is a
(1011eate and harmless arti
cle, whieh instanitly removes
Fre ck 1eos, Tan Redness,
Roughness, Eruiphions, Vul
gar Flushings, etc., etc. So
delicate and natural are Its
effects that Its use Is not
suspected by anybody.
Nol ly hlas the righit to
present a disfiguired face in
society when tihe Magnolia
Balm is sold by all druggists
for 75 ents
LtAIEEN to MO now, all lovers of good
things. Make a layer cake after this
ride: (he.balf cup of butter, two cups
of sugar, the whites of four eggs, one
cup of sweet milk, two small teaspoon
fuls of Vaking powder, and three cups
of sifted flour; bake in layers; spread
between these layers peaches out in
very thin slites; then pour over these
sweet cream whipped to a stiff froth and
sweetened with pulverized sugar. Of
course this cake will not keep, but
should be made the day it is to be eaten,
and it is better not to put the peaches
and cream in until a little while before
the cake is to be served,
Dr. R. V. PiiRcE, Bultllo, N. Y.: Dear
Sh-For inany mont-hs I was a great suf
forer. Physicians could afford me no relief.
In my despair I commenced the use of your
''Favorito Prescription." It speedily df
fected my entire and permanent eure.
' Yours thankfully,
A is. PA UL R. BAXTER, Iowa City, Ia
ALMOND cakes baked In small square
tins are nice to put with other cakes in
a basket. To nine ounces of flour allow
six ounces of sugar, nearly half a pound
of butter, four eggs, two teaspoonfuls
of bakiDg-powder; beat the butter and
sugar together, then add the egg, beat
ing them with the butter and sugar,
and not separately; mix the baking
powder with the flour; if the dough
seems too stiff a little sweet milk may
be added. Blanch some almonds, slice
them, and with powdered sugar cover
the tops of the cakes with the slices.
Dr. it. V. PIERcE, Buflulo N. Y .-I have
a friend who suffered terribly. I purchased
a bottle of your "Favorite Prescriptions,"
and as a result of its use, she is perfectly
wolf. J. DAILY, Burdett, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery"
and "Pleasant Purgative Pellets" purify
the blood and cure constipation.
DAMP CLOsETs.-In damp closets and
cupboards generating mildew, a trayful
of quicklime will be found to absorb
the moisture and render the air pure;
of course it is necessary to renew the
lime from time to time, as it becomes
fully slacked. This remedy will be
found useful in safes and strong rooms,
the damp air of which acts frequently
most irjuriously on the valuable deeds
and documents which they contain.
If you are bilious, take Dr. Pierce's
"Pleasant Purgative Pellets," the original
"Little Liver Pills." Of all druggists.
FnUT put up in tin cans should be
taken out when the can is opened for
use. If allowed to remain after the can
is opened the action of acid juices upon
the tin when expcsed to the air may
form acetate of tin, which is poisonous.
Du't let any one convince you that
thoso pains around ,our heart are not
heart disease. they are, do not delay but
procure Dr. Graves' Heart Regulator. 80
years have proved its value.
LAMP chimneys canu be washed easily
by holding them over the nose of the
teakettle when the kettle is boiling fu
riously. This will made them beauti
fully clear. Of course they muFt be
wiped with a clean cloth.
There was a young lady quite fair,
Who bad much trouble with her hair,
150 she bought Carbohme
And a sight to be seen,
la the head of this maiden, I declare.
QUALITY and quantity: "The idea of
my being jealous of Miss Smith 1" ex
claimed Mrs. Brown indignantly; "the
idea of my being jealous of her, when I
think so much of her I'" "Yes; but what
do you think ?" asked Brown.
Never give up? yeou can find a remedy
for Uecart Disease, everyone who has
ied Dr. G.raves' IieartlRegulator say s it is
a eure cure.
A DIFFERENUE: Almost any man will
forget his ten-dollar umbrella when he
leaves a restaurant, but give a woman
a p~arasol worth one dollar and take her
into fifty restaurants and she will not
forget it once.
That Ilusbamnd of Mine
Is three timecs the man he was before he began
using Wells' ieath lenewver. Si. Druggists.
]T MAY EsoaPE; If thoem managers are
not extremeiy careful the fact that there
i, to be a world's fair in Boston this ful(
will leak out before the exhibition opens,
TiAMIPiCo, TEBNN.--iev. ID. F. Manly, says:
"Blrown'si iron bitters reilevedi me of indigestion
and nervousness after p~hysicians fatied."
'.'Aw, can you tell me, Miss Fair,"
queried George Washington LaDude,
after a brief period of intense study,
"why the--aw--ronto'g caudal append
age is like a coming event ?'' "No, Mr.
LaDude." "Well-aw--it is something
to occur, don't you know-ha I ha I"
"Very good, Mr. LaDude-very good.
But can you tell me why your hat is
like a bad hanbit't" "Wliy-er-r, aw
well, no; why is it?" "Because it's
something to a void." '-Oh, weally,
now, Miss Fair, you arc just too batt
for anything, dodxt you know ?"
Ladies and chilaien's boots and shoes
cannot run over if Lyon's Patent Heel
Stiffeners are used
.No FAShiON CHAT: '-Poor creatures I"
exclaimed Mrs, Groegrain, looking at
the pictures of nude savage women,
"no clothing of any kind! I wonder
what the poor things have to talk
Dr. Kline's Great hiervo n(estorer is the
marvel of the age for all nerve diseases. All
it Stope fre. Sondl to 931 Arch Stireet,
Emory's Little Cathartic Pall--bat.
made f or Liver Complaint and Biliousness.
Tlasteless, harmless, infallible. 15c.
I3HE doesn't mind 'em: The girl with
fine, plump aims is the creature who
does not mind the mosquitoes at all.
start i isaere id l$ tt1 fs
FCL A RK'S INFA LLI8L E"i
axta~ action. $ e. a htottle. Drueglta
1)1s. J. N. & J. K. nouENXACK.
TIIOSE AFtFLIC i'iED WITH I THE EFFECTB
OF .'ELF4-ABU8E AND M ERICUIJIALIZATION01
should not hesitate to consulJ. N. and J. B. HO.
BENSACK, of 206 North Second street, Philadel
hla, etherby!0 mal or by peson duing tihe hours
Advice free. Whosoever woula know his eondt.
lion andi the way to improve it should read
"WIMDOM iN A N UTsHELL."
Sent on receipt o -ent stamp.
cvfp ev nj'Ii~sn Pesenitsy esre
iti'LIBR ftacn s iee. N' FGRBATis
fit alniN&e a avgepsaErVeso 8o OReR
2|reo-Et P. .k.IJ1V.
UR E '8
Lumbago, Backache, Headacte, Toothache,
NeoeThroat Swel nItspr a B1raises
Burn. NeIda e=mi ter.,
AND A1LL OTHEI 1ODILY .ItN8 A%D A'ES.
Sold by Dauggista au Dealers eve r here. lifty (jouta a bst
Direetions uIn 1 fe.Sagegs.
TUB 0JIIARLES A. VO0FlIlElt 00.
9seaws t A. VOOSLI & CO.) ats oimare. Md.,0,,4
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF
No other disease is so prevalent in this coun
try as Constipation, and no remedy has over
oqualled the celebrated Kidney-Wbrt as a
E cure. whatever the cause, however obstinato 43
the case this remody will overcome it. a.
0 PiLES. plainto;" y ;pttob
5 oom,1icated withoonstipation. xidno,..worv
strengthens the weakonod part and quickly
*" maUn ds of Piles even when physicians
and medicines have before failed. ,
i. rvif youhavooitherof these troublou '
PRIOE $1. USE Dru lts Sell
Je nve.aiddnilles. 29 jtitlmauded,18othorsontlie
ay. and lt t Eto follow at regular intevals so a to
have a full supply Constantly on hand at the
332 PALISADE AVENUE,
JERSEY cITY, N. J
Readquartsr and distributing point iil Muarch
rongm reenti orIr ona are th WINNERof
frtpr.x AN OLD MIFDLiu thA4 years 01d
ItVY draft stallion class at the conlcoulrd W11i'ple
rqgoiral at Caen June 121h-ilib, 1883 (69 hor- cent the
Time WINNER of first P tIZE GRAND GOLD)
31%DAL in 4 years old draft stapIton lassat s'nme Diso.
The winner of FIlIST GRAND GOLD MEDr, III
the 4 :(ears heavy draft mare class ait same Plumcc Also.
second PRIZE WIkNNERI in the last class and third prize
winner in the 4 years od hea at a i
Further 4 of t06e stRallis that drafth strali climes.
of art" for be7t herd of draft horses at llo a
threo winners of 01.D ME FALSat St. JA)II 1882 and
6 other Prizes" taken at AMortano.A1encon and
Pervmvchorea." QUALITY not QVANT TY Is what
I ebk for. No second third or fourth grade stock
tlpirted by mie; Itniq':e advauixtmvcs in ptirchasingi
allow 1n to sell a first class animal 30 ror cmt cheaper
than mtratgoriq arc ollh god to pay ini Fraiice. Tro til
threq first ai lers at J. C. I sold head My agrioU
tslr..I nialecne wishileirs in Frico keeps 11illI (:t
colitact with the lbrellerti "amll tie ye., romd4 WblllJave
now over lmm0 -talloIaa ed, fr#nn wh-C i I - w. s-led. t
at a nlolilel t' iltc ic wtlilat hay o a~~ exjwas iht
cMallt d rge for youlrselves. Every 1) dv wamme'~n.
B. LINDRILiM & tO0. N.0.31ILLIit & cO.
5 & 7 Chamber of 86 Broadway
Commerce. Chioago. N ow trk.
CRAIN AND PROVISION BROK(ERS.
ener ofr al promnent Podic EcmnigosmI
Chiago ent New Yok Wilt ce to ordrson wn
3 dIllo en Wlio rq ied <1 ed fr " neilr con.
WTANTEI)-LAD!E TO TARlS OUIt NElW
andel Go to 81 er wee lnggohe ar t'ar
Fall an iutoriLle 'Trae. Sonti lie. or a-ainaple usd
parttuulars. HUDSON MFG. CO..365SixthAyu., N.Y.
160 0 1011 o iarow. g" sti4gti iony
Ohio: itii acres cultivatedi. o'ill seeded to timalothy
clover tatultre ntom wtcro 1by -el, ~r~ssi
orchard and1 511n.41 frilt; largo bank barnl anid oii r
ocatuilldins;largoe oty frarn la.' tIrI r. Oia
ya rd. Anilfi w r a t ogen a a h onA tinia r11m
oavir s to schools .nc 9 ro s euuvto.:; A framo
80 Al EES fine Writing paper, in blotter.
wthl calendiar, byj mail for 21c. Agente
Wantbed. BOONOUTY INTING Co., Newbury
II easisa atitls Pe et a'ismai prevent
dollars wieekl ,to -1 1.Apl ils t' er sey.al
Beat ina the world. Get the genuin e.
Every package has ou trad.mnark
ad Is asked Fraser's. 50O L D
AGENTS WANTED E ~ tM' a"Jslt
tings witIii and"TOEM no lt in2
mIntutes. It will also knit a great variety 01 fancy
Work or winla ilmer ist ait ao r iy magkt in
Machaine Co., 163 'iremnont dIrect. Boston, Mlass.
_ torn_ _
$5 to $20 gr~ er non. Sample wort
Portland, Maine. fre dresa STINBON & 0o.
CURWES WEALL ELSE FAILSI
YOUNG MEN'le*rn Tv.rpoeApa-T hero and
Cireulars free. VALENTINyj R . Jausv aldon
JONS h Sipw *as
-.5e rst ers ..ar.. Al neas lo.
JONES OF BINSHAMTOEf,'
31N0U.AMTON, N. T.
BAD, BAD, 3
Some blood is bad because it is j
It contains intpurities'1 Some men ha
it does not p)oison tihe mlosquitocs whi
111e rich red color of good blood
Blood wiich hlas not eriough iron in ii
son im whose veins it circu ates cann~ot
Thie efforts of expert chemists to
call be assimi~lated with the blood have
wihichl is an important part of Brown
which freely entdrs into tile blood. It
the desircd good.
Weak, poor, tlhin blood may be
blood may be purified by the use of
HEALTH. IS WEALTi
ReaIll of Nady Is Wel of Eil
TRE MUAT BLOOD PURIFIER
1550 ie ed nscei 3n1 Besh, strong bone ad
awould have you nesh r,
b withot Oarle, &a4 your Go]'
empoed of agredlen of extraor,
prdoperties eetl tpurify,
biarad Invigorate Wh broken-d1own and
O. PrLSAser, SAYS and P3nis.
3tB1 in lit ent and our .
No Matter by what name the complaint naybe
de3at Whether it be sroful consumi
, sores, tumors,
tesedisases of the lungsdleys, bled
4W, w o" aki lier soac or bowes eithe
coro ntut oa he virus Is theBlo
whiek lies the waste and builds and repair0
these and wasted tissues of the system.
If Me blood Is unealthy, the process of repair
The Sarsaparilian Resolvent
T410 t6A00 tin remed, but warer
establishes throughout the entire system etion
14 harmon and supplies the blood ves.
me with I Pure and healthy current 99
nw life. Ta. SKM, sfter a ew dan' use
of the 8aspar.nan, becomes ciesr and
beautifuL Pimples, blotches, black spots and
skin eruptions are removed; sores and alcers soon
eured Persons suffering from sorofia eruptive
4iossof the eyeo, moat earses thratan
glands, hatd hav pe e read, either
Irm anoured diseases or meroury, or from the
Use of corrosive aublimato, may rely soon a curs
if the iarsap an Is oontinued a auoent time
to makeI impression an the system.
One bottle containa more of the active prinoi.
of Medcines than ay other Preparation.
en in teaspoonful doses, while others require
Av@ oratie as= much.
One Dollar a flottIe.
R. R. R.
Radway's Ready Relief,
Thi.4 heet ad Bleat Nedgetne to*n
Family Use In the World.
In from one to twenty minutes never fails to
relieve Pain watia one thorough applicaton
o 1 matter how violent or exrcatnthe paion
the Rheumatio, Bed-ridden, Inarm CrpI
Nerv ,Neuralo or rostrated with disease
ar AY'atREAeDY RELIEF wIN
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS,
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGN,
BORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HRART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA, .
HE A ACHE, TOOTHACHE,
COLD CHILIS, AGUE CHILLS,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST BIT,
URUISES, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,
COUGHS, COLDS, SPRAINS,
PAINS IN THE CHEST, BAOE
or LIMBS are instantly relieved,
IN iTFH VA.I?1OU8 FOIkUs.
FEVE~R AND) AGUrE,
FEV-ER AND AGUE cured for 60) eta. There Is
not a remedial agent In this world that will cure
Feiver and Ague, and other Malarlous, Bilious,
Scarlet ~T hold Yeliow and other fevers aide
byAY8 fILLS) so quickly as RAD AY'S
It will In a few moments, When taken internaliy 4
according to the directions cure Cramps pasms,
Sour Stomach, Heartburn, hicok He adach Dypp.
sia, Palpitation of the lieart, Cold Chills -l
Pains In the Bowels, Diarrhaa Dysentey Ch
Wind ia the Bowels, and all Inernal Payiolic
Wravle8 sEoul aRE a car ha btle of RAD.
drops In water will prevent sickness or pains from
orsne oar It is better than French Brandy
Miner. an Lumbernmen should always
Perfeot, Purgative, Soothing, Aperi.
ent8, Aot without Pain, Always
Roliable and Natural
A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
purge, regulate, pur fy, cleanse and streng.
RADWAY's Pi.14 for the cure of all disorders of
Female C mnpla ats,ervous h snses, ?sadder,
pte U AAInh Constipation, CostivE 1ess, in -
eon fahei o eiilioses aoFever, Indla m
the Internal VIscara. Puirely vegetable, contain.
in o mercury, minerals, or deleterious drugs.
from Diseases of he folsleel Orgns onslpa
tion, Inward Illes, Fulness of Blod In the
Head, Acidlit of the Stomach, Nausea Heartburn,
Disgust of l ood, Fullness or weight in the Sto
mach, Sour Ernctations Sinking or Fluttering at
the Hleart., Choking or fluffering Sensations w hen
Webs bofrb the igtFever and dul Pamn In the
Head, Deicienoy ofh Perspiration, Yellowness of
the Skin and Eye. Pain in the Side, Chest,
Lib, and Sudden lushes of Heat, Bufrning in
A few doses of RADWAY'S PJI. -Ill free the
system from all the above-named disorders,
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
Prifee, 35 Cents Nor Box.
READ "FALBE AND TRUE."
Senad a Letter stam p to R ADWAY & CO., No. Si
areJoChurch St.., New York.
Wlfration worth thousandls will be sent
To flee Public,
Be sure an,l ask for RADWvA''s, and see that tae
355* "Ranway" ison what you buy.
Cdaparara,,i, i by Dr. -. ii. Mayer Mamicn
Ply. Wil i ho sat ilrm ,u ra, samps for :o
each1 aoti i casHn a2auday of
6th 1. In i r r a an la ,tt an
cial 1(orel I n 1, 12 .. a t lrthalomr or.
oor and weak. Some is had bece
'e such bad blood that tihe wvonder i
>comec to bite them,
Is. Owmng to the iron which is present.
. s alwvays unlsaltisfactori. The pr
be said to en joy good Jiealtli.pr
roduice a preparation of' iron which
resltedi in thiat perfec -rprai~
s Iron Bitters, t ' te oreplaton
is the only one which a ccom1 ishe
th t Gr at Iro n cdciie ~re