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VENTILATION IN TRE DAURY.-Tie im
portaneo of a current -of puro air
through a milk-room where the milk is
set for creau is not sufiliiently under
atood. It is supposed that if the apart
ment is airy, dry and Clean, and free
from oJors more or less offensive or even
objectionable, these are suFfliClent. But
they are not suffloient unless the term
airy is understood in its fullest se8nse as
including not only a large space but
also a constantly moving and renewed
body of fresh, pure air, that has not
been deprived of its proper share of ox
ygen by any previous process of con
nuaiption. This is necassary for the
following reasons: First, exposure to
pure air prevents the formation of acid
in milk. It is known that milk will
sour very rapidly in the close atmos
phere of a cellar in which the air has
been deoxidized by means of decaying
vegetable matter, or in whieh the posts
or beams are affected by dry rot. Sec
ondly, we know that this first souring
is due to the change of the milk sugar
into laciVo acid, a spontaneous change
in which no allcration of the elements
has occurred, and which requires noth
ing more than the mere absence of oxy
men to affect it.
This change will take place very
quickly, as many milk dairymen find to
their surprise and cost, when inilk Is
caniied tightly before it has been cooled
and aired suliciently. Thirdly, we
know that this needed airing simply
afects the oxidation of the milk requir
ed to destroy the germs paresent in it,
and by the operation of which the
ebatinge of the milk sugar to milk acid is
produced. Fourthly, it is known that
exposure to air, and necessbarily to oxy
gen, which is the only active element
in the air, develops a high flaor inl the
cream and in the butter made from it,
and that cream so exposed to the air, or
as we term it in connion parlanve, ri-.
ened, churns more easily than other
eream,aindi produces the very best. quial
ity of butter as regards color and Ilavor.
The fact is, the 1lavor of butter, ad of
chese as well, is deve;oped only by a
prceessa of oxidation, airipg or ripniing,
for iail these teiims mean the same thing,
and if the dairy or cheeve-room is not
well ventilated and provided with abun
dunxee of fresih, puro, moving air, guod
butter or cheese can not be made.
WHAT RIMs FiRUI TmEms.-Aleep
platiniiag is On0 ort---to piliat, a tree
rathor slallower than it. formierly stood
is really the right way, whilst nany
plant a tree ias they would a post. Roo'tts
are of two kialds- the young and eider
rootlets; colposed ilirely of cellIs, tle
t(edems of i-e t-rees, always founid itear
the surface gettinlg air aid miioistuAreand
roots of over one year old, whiel stoive
only its suipporters of the tree niid con
duetors ot its food, iI (oC .ho injury
that oenlsue whten the delaeato rootlets
are so teeply buried in IIo earthli. Plae
ing fresi or green nallitro iii contact
with Ile -youn.vg ro(ts is anot.ler great.
error. The placo to pult manure is oin
I he surfiacei, where the eleieits disiit-e
grate, dissolve and carry it dowiawaird.
.N umelrous formis of hiungi are gnerated
aaid reprodumcedt by thIe appailientioni of
siuchi mauries directly to the roots, aini
they immnediuately at tank thea trot, It is
very well to enic thelIle soil at tra'anisplana
- uig tha' tree, baut tihe muaunur, ii to bie
mi contact with er' very neaar thle roots,
should lie thIoroughly dtcompijosed.
A oxeas lamous Il'arisiian florist nmed
Blecheheri, hialvlug procured asoime rare
itniemoines fromul thle East, woiuhiinot
pait ith ai rioot eithetr for loie or zuon.
ey. 1"r ae muyears lhe contrived to keep
the treaasures to haimaseIf, until a wily
benatoer panid lhim a visit, andi, walkmig
rouniat Ih lar ~adeni, observed thant Ithe
ehaerishaed aniemioiat a were ini seed. Let
t ing lai- robe alal upon the plants as if
by accient. he Ia swept oil ai inmber of
the lite f ealthery seeds, which his ser
v-ant, tol lowiag close upon his heels,
baruished till hisa master's robe andi se
na etly aappropariatedl. Before long the
- iguardly florist hadt thle mnortihintiotn
of seeing h.Ms highly-p rized "'straini" ini
the p~ossessioni of his neighbors andi
IE. L. E'riun'iivar' sayvs lie has found
strong tobacco waiter ai remedy for the
cabbitete flea, Lectle, hallica strilolata,
the hittle 1black nug or ilea which i- so
- destrucetive to young pia' is of tucrnip,
redisha i~d caubbaige. Thie decoutioa
muist ho muade strong. This tobiacco
water is of no avail with theosti iped hug
or eucumbl er IbentlIn. Oorneobs (lipped
in coalfa tar rini turpectane and keroseae
seemed to dlrivo away a large propiortion)
tof the biee-tes.
Tuli1 way to grow liorstradlish is from
the hliei roots four or live inches ini
length. T1hese will produnce gotod radish
tit her use in one' 'eason's growth. Plat
the root small end down andat so thait tho
top1 wall bo t wo inehes undeltr thle soil.
1f can remain in the ground till very
lata In the aautuinn aind bie pittedl or cani
remamuui in than grotundt untal spring. 1t
constatly inicreases, and there is diiiger
t hail it will spread too tar an ad becoine
Tuae dljepreat i~loh iises on1 farm
er5' crops ae comipelling larintrst to
lean a good deal of enotooogy. .It is
mnuchl less comimoan luan it waus a few
~yeaars ago to kill a wormn or bug naerely
beOcaulse at lockedl ugly. Homte of our
best imsect friends are neither pretty in
looks nor ini dispos-ition. It is in the
lall that their predlatory chiarater hen
elits us, for thaeir energies ar then don
voted to destrioiiang our woast teemies.
TImu best limo toa stock a fish pnd is
ini stummer, but aany tiame widl d o wheni
the groundi~ cani be worked. I it is ii
tended lorn trout, it is best to havo it
stocked by Aug.ust, ian oitder thai. the
ih may becoiine aicciustomedt to theauiri
new homen before spawning ini than fall.
Fish should inot be movetd to distanit
ponds about, thie spauwninig timit,as Ihey
aren apt, to he inj3 ured or rendered pernam
Ai'P'ax ]3iiona.-rdho ire blight ---so,
called--of apple trees, is a tdiseatse which
ill the smalhl twigs :and leauves and
cause the frees to aulppear '- if seoiched.
Tlh emnly thing ithat cana aie donie in- to
prune thae trees closely, cut off' all thin
dead wotod, and burna it. Then give
the trees a liberal dreassinig of liaii or*
PLouatinma wi'aa ('ow's.n ex-Jaidge
In Ohio c'ounuty, beiag short of work
stock, hitcelad his milch cows anti hout
ers to then ploughl. T.lhe ox Judlge now
says that as evidoice of hais success lie
hias left over ini hais cribs 600 bushels of
as fine corn ias he ever' raised,
CUTNSr T.iinasm-Timb ter should
not be cat in eairly aprintg, as the wootd
is then full of sap. Whenever the foli
age is greatest~during July anid Aiugu t,
is the best time,and the hot weather be
ing favora 1lo for seasoning, timber keeps
PENNSViNANA CAT Fisn CHOWDER, -
After four pounds of fih have bo
skinned and drawn, ifash them in col
water, put them into a kettle half fu
of salted boiling water, and boil the,
gently until the flakes begin to separ
ato; then take them up and remove th
hones; put the flaked fish into a sauct
pan with enough milk to cover then
and keep them hot. in another sauct
pan put two tablespoonfuls of butte
and four onions poeled and sliced, au
fry them together; meantime peel an
slice half a dozen tomatoes and fry thei
with the onions, and soak a pound c
split Boston crackers in a quart of mill
when the onions and tomatoes hav
fried about ten minutes, take nearly aJ
of them from the saucepan in whi:
they were fried, and put in the fish an
crackers, in layers, with the onion
ana tomatoes; seasoning each layer wit
salt and pepper; then add four 'table
spoonfuls of Worcestershire, or an
good table sauce; put in enough mill
to cover the chowder about two inche,
and simmer it gently for about ten mit
utes; thou servo it hot. Lemons ou
in quarters are uoually served with eat
Unlet Smu's Navy.
In a comnimuleation published in th
Army and Navy Journal, Commande
J. B. Coghlan,U. S. N.,states that the con
iultations of eminent naval and other our
geons, respecting his rheumatic attack,
failed to afford hun the slightest relief
By advice of Dr. 1oyle le used Bt
Jacob's Oil, which wrought a coinpILet
and, as lie says, wonderful cure. John Uar
Moody, Esq., lawyer at Val'ejo, Cal., we
likewise cured of a severe joint trouble.
N t.w OIuaANS 0 umo.-Pluck .ni
aingo a large fowl or a young turkey
wipe it all over with a wet towel, el
ofl the head 1anid feet, draw it carefully
and cut it in joints as for frienssee
1oel and slice a medium-sized ontion
ulit it. over the fire in the soup-kettl
with half a cupful of lard, and let i
begiin to brown; then )u1t in the chick
on, and a piece of sou) beof weighini
about threo pounds; when the chickel
is brown, add four quarts of cold wate
and a tablespoonful of salt, and bo
tiho chicken att beef very gently unti
tho chicken is tendor. When the lichik
on is tender, taLo out. the piece of beef
and reserve it for other dishes; whil
the ehicken is boiling, strain the litiluo
fron a iunired oystors, and remove a
bits of shell frout the oystrs; ifter th
sioup hits been taken from the gunmb
put in tie oysters and thoir liquor, son
son the guinho pAlaitably, leL it boi
olee, an11d tho draw it to the side o
the fire. As soon as possible, serve it
and just before pouring it into the ti
reen stir into it two tablestpoonfilq o
gunho ./it /, which is a tin0 powdel
made from the young leaves and shooth
of siassafras dried.
Our t est Feaniltes.
I l v t r1oubb- . ,11altLt forovert six Vears wit
of tn-It rinary orgatntis, wi lh its attejiant
:n-b.::. No. at needed constant tten.
WIfnh ~ etr jsinils int11 th ladder, as well ae
int the bactk anatl loltns. At uins I pansstd a
liinttit l quta t lily turinet, htiglv coloredt witl
intItatural lheat andu st-tlinn-ttt.; frtequentl
e~vntitalionst~ W tinli bet very ~imitit'ul. I con.
eitnde-d 1 ha:t II ntitit do sitines hin g forw It. fear.
Ing t hat littrt' st-rihus Ittubl wott l'ollow,
I weni t ti th atrutggi st a tid was recomt ttnede
to itse' liiiunt's ih-itn lyv, as5 it llad bietn uset
wit ewitt'ul stieeriss itt several..ev-m- cas
ii t dropjsy : i 1 k idnety antd blander affel~ctioen.
hit-ot I f0el r te-I ti othtiled Ijt t t, an
wa ter htec-anmte tutoret nattil, liess color ai
tentt, th plit' n1is l in baIk aniti that heavy
ft'tehlg gonet, wit hi a genietra Itn n1 g y ti t hi
s.vsts-ti; atnt I cotittiito u-at itI unti I usia
Ilettnedyi withI *itallIIy ats gaittl slitia. . n
intatr, behevlingta It a lttty as~ well a p~tasl
lit i ilv. \ ou are' at li i-'t y toi -t i t
O 'Uming t*n, l., .\tay i19 I.M%
Pni s --Always bake pies on tin plates
as they are thinner and bake better o1
the bottom; and1( they' do net have a bat
taste after much use. Pies should bh
rinmmed witlihstrips of liaste. For ap
pie pies cooked lriuit Is best, and shoui
he sweetened too sweet for the testi
betitre I ho final cooking. Heal) th<
Iin g ini the centre, as it will naturahl,
tenitl towards the edge. No lavorini
is better thtan nutmeg. In rollung to]
paste do not) use flour. and roll butt tw<
ways-fIromn you and to one side. Cu
the top) pasto larger tihan the pie plat<
and draw it into the edge by raisingi
in the centre.
TInlnttionai dysei aIc conut ipal timn. colic, cholers
I inorn'ti, fee rst~ .'t tkil dtisias, hll s, it i ht'
LEMse, Pivl- u.-nphnt i agu c~.r non
-tegau ofheou onstis, ltbo, oroerm
Iu iute 'oflbilingn ater nd pt. t
len int beIns;ng core--th' ove with eone
pte, ait ar.leavf t li'ver n dayst. organ
i ill flt'sitit ad ater tn nati add vente
isl cikei ii igln. dy"-i.henaird' oVe labia
purileri h.x vnegard drits l oer them
go Pidtiltle si.-Pot i doa taron
ptsap ook omon att'ctpoutover ai
the vinega ofbaligs aeranspth
lemrn Knto this; cerv it asovI 1 mer i
ate, and' o al ev it ftivoes l days DHi
offthest and waON-tetr and raeh
atind as heod of waenedy t theelem
n st drailn agin. foren our ine ten
as imh isoel viear aswhle themt
wciit dplen ofT tane waper let tIn
gerand ra fie shanutes Tiod downl thl
reove, the sokis pu them incasionall
the Sflc vi ertwastnstit. ah0
let them rgemrai in dteseiA till sthpe
fireenicely row8 dr. stre whldlhie va.
Coadies Oo.-nantietld'a' bor an ster
lomnY Ahuh bA Vwhed,stnot pele
thrboh them or hrhure waters crbi
ienderi f h watero tai let itthenfr
lemov te ous;in put t int a drow
pipan, puwigtw a ilum of buate:
ond e epper aondny sat oil itc sone
four ore riemi hors o u n itil erec
aretemder; brondai iteryI wior
cL)adis, ad hlrnt and sofoute
atd fereas a- viegealewt . t
- A MAN Who waS looking through a
n second-hand store in Brooklyn, with a
a view of finding a bedstead to suit him,
1 finally examined one, and asked: "Ar'
a you sure there are no bugs in this ?"
- "Bugs I Vhy dot pedetead was oud of
e my own family I We got it vhen my
- brudder Moses vhas here, und now lie
, has gone away I sell it for half-price."
"8ay, I believe It has had bugs iny'
r "Ompossible. my friendt. My wife
d vhas so neat dot if she knew of such
tings in der house she gograzy." "And
u I'll be hanged if there isn't proof I"
of exclaimed the customer, as he pointed
;; to an unimpeachable evidence. "Vihell I
e vholl l'' The customer was going oat
I with a heart-broken look on his' face,
a when the other detained him, and said:
I "Dot's all right after all. Ef you puy
s dot pedstead you know you have bugs
a from a respectable family I Moses vhas
head-clerk in Rochester, und you know
I vhas here twenty-seven years in pees
Dr. R. V. PIERcE, Buffalo N. Y .-I have
a friend who suffored torribfy. 1 purchased
a bottle of your "Favorite Prescriptions,"
and, as a result of its use, she is )erfect-ly
well. J. BAILY, Burdett, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery"
a ned "Pleasant Purigat1ive Pellets" puril'y
Wtoh blood an(It euI1r) constipiation.
A MAN at .Long .Branch recently en
tered a restaurant and said:
"Have you any clam-chowder ?"
"We have." replied the waiter.
"Bring me a plate."
A plateful was placed before him,
and he set to work with great gusto.
After he had taken about a dozen spoon
fuls, he drew a pair of opera glasses
from his pocket and looked intently at
the chowder, for some tiue.
t Then lie jumped in the air and shou
"What's that?" asked the proprietor,
"I've got it I" yelled the diner.
"Got what ?" asked the restaurateur.
"A clam I"
"Great Scott I" yelled the proprietor;
0"he's got the clam I"
r And before the diner could say a
word, the proprietor picked the clam
up in a pair of gold pinceors and bore it
triumphantly to the kithen, threw it
back into a hugo boiler of chowder, and
"Who dealt the chowder to that
r dark-haired man over there ?"
".I did," said the assistant cook.
I "Then you are discharged for dealing
out the clam that we use for flavoring
D r. It. V. I' :mt .:, liitfthlt, N. Y.- Dw .
Sir---I'ori Itoiny 1u11n1thls I was a great s 'if
- Cferr. I 'hy icia 1n:4 eii It l a t l I Iue to rel ie'.
I 1Ny espair I cominiced the Iuse o ' you r
r 'Favorite P srito." 11. spovdily cf
t'eted myiv In entire itel Ieriatont, Cure.
N us. PA U 1. It. ItA TI'ElR, lowa City. lia.
"WHAT a horribly shabby hat you
aro wearing I" said a gentleman to an
acquaintance. "I declare I'm really
ashamed of you. Come into this hat
store and I'll get you a now one."
"Oh, no, you don't. You can't play
no such tricks on me.''
"Tricks ? What do you mean ? I don't
wan't to play no tricks on you."
"Yes you do, but I won't have it
that way," objected the man with the
"Where is there the least chance for
a trick ?"
"Why you see, my wife declares she
won't go out with me as long as I wvear
this hat, and I don't propose to render
myself perfectly dlefenceless by getting
a new one. This hat saves me live
(dollars a day sometiuses, and I wouldn't
part with it for money,"
it' you are bilotis, take Dr. Pie'ree's
"P lea;ts-rtit PuIrgatt ive Pel lets,''" Ihe origin1al
"'Lil IlI Liver Pills."' Of all druagg'its.
''WnAv's that thing ?" asked a dairy
man, as a chromo peddler held up a
picture in which all tihe hues of the
rainbow were displayed in reckless pro
fusion, without regard to harmony or
,"A cow," replied the smiling art con
noisseur, with a show of pride.
I "A cow ?" gasped the milk handler,
a "Well, that's the tirst time I ever saw
- a green cowv browsing 0on salmon col
I ored grass. Here John I" lie yelled to
a the hired man; "bring me the gin I"
3 But the chromo tiend clImbed the
i fence and made a break for the woods,
) Neithincg l.ako It.
) No maedeIn~ue haes ever* been knbowng sol effectlal in
t the ure of a~ ll oso 'ceaset arising fr.om an Ian
3pure Uonit toni C tof h blood ase Scovall's SarsapartIla
t or lbod and liver Syrup, thle ';niverstal ietnedy
for thle Core of SerIfta, white Swellinugs, Alheu
S3orete uand Diseases, ('cnsuciP: Cn, (toltre, Holls,
-Cantcers, andt all koudred dtiseases. Ic purifies the
s yatemn, bring.t eolor to the cheeks and restorca thc
su lfore-r to a normiaal Ccndlion01 of head lth ndvigor.
SCoviIl'S sr-s:,parillat or 1Blood ando Liver 83 rup
'eejsithe blaud and gives permnet. beutciy to1
A N Ew Ia onKc broker who reached a
village in Ohno tihe other evonuing was
interviewed, soon after pllacilng his name
on the register, by a farmer, who said:
"I1 just wish you had arrived here
this afternoon ?"
t ''Any oeitement ?" replied the bro
a "Woll, I should say so. My son,
llamiel, wats convied of stealing seven
,sheep, and has been held to the higher
. court. You ought to have been here I"
,''Why; l'd have had you on the jury,
and you could have cleared D~amel
slick ats grease. Our folks here don't
look at such things na you Now Yorkers
For Tuntek Ieats,
.nIeaevy 5tstmahs, hilious conidit ions-wella' May
A pyle P'ills aniiioscu rc 10 and '2e.
I "WY(di you leave your last place ?"
was asked of the mnan whot had applied
'for the position of coachman and an
n Iounicedl himself without a fault.
"'Family wenit to Europe, sir."
"'Yes, butt the horses were left be
l'8o they weore, sir, andi so was the
"Did you have a fuss with the cook ?"
"Woell, sir, shio's a very capable per
eon, but no lady. 8he wanted to dress
up of an evening and have me drive her
Sout and lot her put on the style of the
Smissus; iut when I desired to give a
billiard party, what (lid she do but kick
about serving up the lunchconi As I
t said, sir, shlo's a handy meat and p~astry
cook, but no lady, and so 1 left,"
- HIUNTSvIt it, AI-AeAVA.-DIr. J1. C. Spotawood,
) says :"I haightly rtecommiiendt Hrown's iron litters
'foy.'lyspepsta, rheumattamn and gene~ral d~e
i The homes are the grand training
schools wvhere men and wvomen are being
fashioned and snt out Int the worl.,
Peopie Grow Bitious
Scarcely less often from imprudence in diet. and
failure to avoid other causes which aggravate a
natural tendency to biitousness, titan from the use
of ill chosen remedies. The violent catharlice in
jure the bowels by weakening then, but l'ave no
speclil action upon the liver. The aperient opoe.
ation of losteltot' stoinacl Bitters Is widely dif
furent, fron t he abrupt effect of drastle purgatives,
half triturated blue il1, and potent but Injurious
caloniel. It initiates a natural and healthful
change In the habit of body, stimulates the liver
to renewed activity in the performance of Its bile
secreting function, prouiotes digestion, and man
festi Its etoliency by the removal of the 'unpleas
ant senatitons, yellownoss of the akin, nausvea and
furred tongue Whilh accompany liver disorder.
Fever and ague and bilious remittent fever, which
are always attended with chronic udisorder of the
bililary organ, are lreve ited and relieved by it,
and at i a medicine of stantlrd exceollentce In
caseq of rhenmatism, kidney and bladder troubles
A fundamental condition ot happiness
in this world is activity, and that kind
of aclivity Which carries with it all the
I have been very much benefited by
one 60 cent bottle of Ely's Oream Uaim
When I began using it my Catarrh was so
bad I had headache most of the whole
time and discharged a large amount of
filthy matter. That has almost entirely
(ilsappeared and I have not had headache
since to amount to anything. Please send
me two more bottles.-John U1. Suminers,
An unhappy marriage is like an ec
centric machine it makes one dance,
but you can't let go.
FOn nYAPKIIA, INMlENTION, depression of spir
its and genieral debaivtvun their varioms lormns; also
as a preventivr against fever nlil ague aiil other
Intermittent fevers, the 1" erro- l'hosplhorated
Elixir of Callsaya" made by Caswell, llazadr & Co.,
New York, and sold by all Drugglsa, II Ie best
tonic; aind for patients recovering from fever or
other sickness, it las tin equal.
A man in Rooiestor hits sucli a
cracked voice that lie rarely says any
thing without breaking his word,
Never give up? you can fin a remedy
for lleart Disease, everyone who has tried
Dr. Graves' Heart Regulator says it is a
It does rather stir up the bile of a
college president to speak of him as run
ning a dude factory.
JtudgeJ.M. Smith, N. Y., ised sueress/uly
2 bottles of Dr. Elmore's Rthucuatine-uta
lite for his25-year old rheutnalic gout, after
try ing In vain everything else. ie sItys if
I. U. cost $500 a bott I lie would buy it..
What is an artist to do when he is out
of canyas? He should draw on his
Don't let any one convince you that
those pains around ,our heart are not
heart disease, they are, do not delay bet
procure Dr. Graves' kHeart Regulator. 30
years have proved its value.
Pride, like the magnet, constantly
points to one object-onlf; bitt, unlike
the magnet, it has no attractive pole, but
at all points repels.
There was a young latdy quite fair.
Who had inuch trouble with her hair,
So she bought Carioline
And a sight to be seen,
Is the head of this maiden, I declare,
Hlow in It possib~le to expect that man.
kind will take advice, when they will
niot so much as take wvarning?
"Wi el''Health Reuiewer"restorea hiealtii and vigor
cures Dyspepsia, Imunotence Sexual DebIlity. si.
A melancholy reflection-Thie top of
a bald head in a looking glass.
vigor, strength and health, all fouin I in one bot
tle or Brown's Iron Billers.
Life is not so excessively charged with
sweetness that one needs to be con tinu
ally throwing in acids or bitters.
BUN VIVANTs iluti ihat by using GAs
TuI N te no unptleasan&it feelhaigs are experiencevl
aft er eating or drinking. $old by diruggists.
UASTitisi- is in l iquid t'orin. Driuggists.
A'~ways in trouble-U R.
The 1:ills are svarrantedl to be PUKRiLY vege
table, free froin all m:in~erail anid other poisonomus
subls"tan~ces. They are a cemtaini euarm for Consti
Pmion., Sick lh-adache, Dysimepshii, Biliousness,
'.1orid iLi ver, Loss of Appetite, and all diseases
arisinig from the
ELver-, St4beacl, BoweM or
They remove all obstructions fromn time channels
of the mysternm amt purify the blmood, - tiereby im
lpar:tig hthci, strentgth and rig.'mr. !Sold tiy dl:ing.
glls, oJr setnt by in:all for 25 centba in atamps by
P'. NEUSTIA EDTERt & 00.,
8a Moroer St., New Y ork,
Sole .intftet ~ers of fT. IERIN A itS)V EI.
Sen for mirrcilar.
5FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OFa
-- No other diseaso is so provaloat in this oun- M
i"' try a cntipaluon, amid no remedyhas ever
* equalled the o.-lebratedt Klinoy-Wort a a e
E oure. Whatever tho cano, howvover obstinato 15
(S the case. this reomedy wilt overcomeoit. ,.
SPILES """ '"'st'*"s"" **"in.
;oeomplicatedwthoomnt-fpation. Kidnecy-Wort "'
y strengthens the woake~ned parts and qunickly -
5eoures all kindmi of Pilea oveni when phiysioians A
Sand mnedicin~es have beforo failed.
42- ('2-If you have either of these troubles n
PRfIE $i. USE Druggato Sel
OUGHT TO KNOW.
Thlere exists~ a means of'se
enring a soft and brilliant
Comiplex ion, no matter how
p oor it may naturally be.
.lingan's Magnolia .Balm is a
deli cate and harmless arti
ce, wich i nstaintly removes
F reekle s, Tan Rledness,
Rou~gh ness, Erul~ions, Vul
garinshings, etc., etc. So
deliateandnatural are its
effeefs that its use Is not
suspected by anybody.
Nol ady has the right to
present a disfigured face in
society when the Magnolia
Balm is sold by all drugglsta
for 76 cnt.
Who does the best hiis circumstances
allow, does well, acts nobly; angels
could do no more.
Walniut Leaf itr Restorer.
It is entiroly <llIl~ront from aI llot.lier. It is
as clear am water, aiti as its nano-indicates Is
a porfeit Vegelable Hair Riestorer. It will in
Imediately iroe tho head froita all dandruintre
store gray hair to its nat ural color antid pro
iuce a new growth where it. 1.a. 1i1ln oil1. It
does not iII any iaier aitet the health,
which s1lplh1ur, sugar of leat mand nitrate of
silver preparat iIoils htilloe. It will change
light or failed hair in a few days to a beatititi'n
glossy brown. Ask yotrdrtiggist.i)1r it. Iaeli
hotttle is w arrm iteil. t i'ri i, i It & C o.
Wbhmniesale Agenmts, I'lladellilmia, Pa. an
U. N. CUlIt Tr roN. New York.
So far as we are concerned, style is
ao object. We would just as leave walk
to a cemetery as ride in a hoarse.
Eno ry's Little Cathartic Pill-best made
ror Liver Coniplaint and Biliousness.
l'asteless, harmiless, infallible. .15c.
Our true knowletge is to know our
>wn ign rance. Our own strength is to
know our own weakness.
Tiit HMlbantid of M1iine
Is three tines the wan lie was before lie b)egan
aulSig Wells' lealth ieniewer. $t. Druggist-,
Lot its clug to our Father in Heaven,
is a obild, walking in the night, clings
to his lather's hand.
TAMPleo, 'KNN.-iev 1). It. .ll;illy, sayB:
'Bro% n's Iron itters relieved we of itildigestion
ind nervousness a iter lhysicians failed."
A skeleton in the closet--A hoop
RER MT NiiMEO
Rheumatism, curalgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache. ieadachle, Toothache,
Nela sras. MuuniItm. Frnt~'ams llamaIen,
AND AL. Ol'lint 2u10i. PAINS AND A-iES.
Bold by Druggn nii la r.er % -twere. Fifty centsa bottle
Dml) wue Ila II I. a.1.1.itges.
TIlE CiiiU.NM A. VOGE; Rilt CO.
Buo.eeos to A. VOhIlLY:. t0.. 1 Ilitihuore. 11d.. U. S. P
. I ow
IS A SURE CURE
for all disenso of tie Kidneys and
Iha peoific action on tie moat important
organ, onabling it to throw oil torpidity and
inaction. ating lho boaiti Lecretlon of
the Tio, and by kcoping tho bowolinim rne
condition, offocoting its x ,eutar dischargo.
a bilious, dyspepti', or constipate', Kiduoy
Wart will amuroly relievo and quickly curo.
Inm the Sprig to cleanse Lthe Syatm, ovary
one should talho a thorough contrso of' it.
U- SOLD BY DR JQaISTS. Price $i.
Vit a1 Q estiOns
Ask 'he auiost it n'int phtysicianm
01'at,.y sehil, what, is the best v, hing in
he wortl for' quietintg niaul allayinhg all Iirr'i
ation of the ierves anti eurig all fornin o1
Ike ref'rsing sleep, always ?
Ant I they will t0II you unhoitatingly
"Sommo form off opois an
Ct! A PTE'C .
Ask any or all of' tho mont, oLeient. phy
."What i t best aid oily rpnedny that
in be relecti on to uro all disease. of the
kitineys naii urinary organs; such as
l Mright's ulisea, lite. rtenalt ton or inaim
bility to retain nrine, and' all the diseases
andu ~arieIs pecoili:mr to Women"
"Anid they will tell you expli'.utly anid
.Ask tihe samne plmayseicias
"Who'lat is theo umost relaibe anui surest
utre for all liver dliseases or tlvnlpepsia; coin
utition, Indigeutton, b lioutsnessn, malatirial fever,
me, &c, amid they will tell y ou
MandraKe I or D.mtdliou I,
lienmce, whmen these reunedles are comined with
tthers equamlv lythnle
And couipotanded iuto Hiop ilters, snelm a
(cumnclumied lIOXI. week.l
DATA RnRH H A Y-FEViE R.
33'r twont3.f-' ear I v
AJ~tAMP~lJ~ Fever. wh, le sumllerlin 11 teimly
I was iniiced t iryly's Crei
____ ~ naln, ammd th.'eoi'ect was inarvoi.
- ona. it ena~mbled lm o npermfor,nm
#4YEV iny p eatoral (dit es wIthoust thme
YILVCR shmgimtestinmconveience amd have
eHe'i t.(, a retuirn aattnemk, It :s a'
iy rbul iator, l.Iml m'tm, N.J
bs lim' th inger htt thme nmostr'., bia
Ri ). orber.,i,ciallyI cIlanslniC
IAY-EEVER th,,n 111i01 aengos of camtsm'rtnam
viruls calta n heatlthy secret .011s.
RtOME-CO0L). It allny13' nII 11mma:ton, procts~'t
I P'osT[Ji VE CUlt I~I(mi rold io 'ethm',
EL Y'S t~OSres - l'etorg's tt~,5114
~REAM BAL.M. ~ rnizdb
Jnt naillted for cold llt ie hel * Acreelnel tO i tr'
ciitrirceiar. 10 celt a aaetmc all mmd or at
Nothing til th' worlud m',iuni to it for the
cure' of scrnfula, inptlei. Hunll,, T'(,mm<r, 4 l.i Se',
sore' mye-, Idireurial t'Isewm aca tla. I..ss of
Apptte, reate cornplalr. s. amt' all filood
ileas. it ,mrer falls. All I rug i-.' s ai. ii
countr~y store keeprm seit it. It. E. tSmier,
'hiltx Peetoral will eurro 3 oa~r er mrbd. Pice' 'W, e't
(OElNTS WANTED tor tile Best anti Faatest
sellin~g PIctorIal Books and ibies. PrIceus ro
noe f Der 00at. NATIONA L P'Un. 00O. Phlltarta.. P'a
'OIMAN ltURiNE88 COLLEoEp. Nowarn .'4.J. 'Tisim
*40. PositIons for mrradulates. w~rite for' eienlars.
I'o itt free. Acdresn' & o.. Aana. to
latphor Mil(k isth be1lst LntenIIlt Pr'e '25 mente
ors lo Ste urdrug
BAD, DAD, -
Some blood is bad because it is r
It contains impurities. Some men ha'
It does not poison the mosquitoes wh<i
The rich red color of good blood
Blood which has not enough iron ini
son in whose veins it circulates cannot
The efforts of expert chemists to
can be assimilated with the blood havy
which is an important part of Browvr
which freely enters into the blood. 1i
the desired good. --s .~,''. ,i,,'9
Weak, poor, thin blood' may' be
blood may be purIfied by the use of
irm Eilles -
liare land 1il 9 j1tttlaud itothers on the
way, n o; to In rvals so as to
hai yconstanty on hand the
332 PALISADE AVENUE,
JEI.SEY CITY, N. J
Hoadquartera and distributing polut till March
Amongny recent im ortfitions itreth WINNER of
first prize ofAND GO0) MF )AL len the 4 enars ouI
llxmAvy draft stallion eimie at the copp.'ursa hippa'nIaao
ri oal at Caen June 12th--17th. 1883 (5o) horeaaat the
The WINNER of first PRIZE 1AND WOLD
MEDAL in 4 years old drnft stallion insiat anee >lace
The winner of FIlRST ORIAN D GOLDl D Al1D . i
the 4 years heavy draft iaro cluss at sa"m pitace. A oi
secot(I 1nIZE waNNHit ill the last clait- ilad third iprizo
whinr in tho 4 years old heavy draft staolin eain
Further 4 of thol7 stallloaas that took the "grand oi' Jct
of art" for best hord of draft horses at Cilen. Also
mhree winnrs of 001 1) %I-0AlEi*A at St. Lo ini 1883 non
8 other pri-s" taken at "Atortaio. Alenconm anl
Pervencherce." QUALITY tot (2f ANTITY in whot
look for. 2% o pet -mad, third or fourth grad'e stock
airtedhby 010. 1aaaq''e aaatvi'atnaves III lillrlitsaalg
nilow tira ta sell it irst 1ssi naiiltal v-er cent eliea ir
I in s1rg 7) re oiteto key1 i rate Io, pojt
Mur I innehine Im Ainess Ink Frne 1.coisa me fit direct
contit- I wil thal bre'ders "all tte r a round." h ave
now ovir 111 in11l ona 11 lis e tral whio'si I ann sean't
at a itmai'nt' nittie with 'tit' naoy extra eenas.e wat
P*er audf r ent-it 'em livin-r 'm I 'irtictilars or
call iid j .1-3 o o yourselves. vary bd w 'le ime.
DUS. J. N. & J. 11. IROBENSACE.
TROE AIILICl) W-l'it 'I Ilic EFl-'i'o
OF SELl'-A1USH AND MERICWItIALI/ATIOhi
sliould saut hesitate to comeaila J. N. atal J. H. 110
BENSACK, of 206 North Sec.odl st.reet, Ptlaladel
a, either by ntil or b / lra u, thure ig tile hour
rll 8 A. M. to 2 P. M., aud 6 to JP. M.
Advioe free. whosoever would know 111s COnd
tion and the way to Il!terove shoultid road
"WleISDOM IN A N& TSHELL"
Sent on receipt o 8-cent sammnp.
Insane Persons Hostored
ISN ERVE RESTORER
florli BRAIN& NERVE DISRASES. Oilyere
cure lop Nerve' Affertia.s. Post, E t.
ItFALLiaL If taken as directe. a F
u"rst"a ss. Treatise and s trial bottle free to
ree ed. en na ani ex ress address
'- thiee to DR. KIA IN. z Arch St., 'uladet hi Fs
Sent in thq world. tiet the genuine.
Every packasre has nieor terade-nark
antd to sarkeda Fraser's. 0 0 L D
5A "U*S ntand board tl yourown countx
6 Youn ien or I adiedoutfit free. Au
de P1. W. MEGLER&CO..Phladel-phia,a
8 SHEETS ~On~ writIu par, In blotter,
with oaledar, b mail or 11e. Agents
asted. oomoxY rIuNIn Co., Newbury
a m ' VERITHatIt to sell
AGENTS WANT ED bumt y saa
tian tnaselklsine ever invonted. Will kait a pair of
stoe kgd witla IlEECL and''OiE coxusplet in a
inianutena. It wIll also kidt a gr'-at varaety of fanao.
work f r which there Is alwan a radl market. Heaa
for circuilar anad terma. to the wosa aly I niting
Macelats Co., 163 Treanout Etreoat. iosaton, Mnss.
sht a t iit sileep. andai trlmad its te-t hI If so.
it, Iaua WOR51 AliS, sindI you, shtouIld uat
D#'CLARK'S tNFALIBLE' I
ini its tton. 2.ua. an. hittla. Drtaigact.
W~J A9'fE D- 1,ADiI* E8 O 'lA Ki I~t NEW
I'.aev wor'- at atear htornea. in city or counatry,
*ndt aearna So to. $12 pe'r woek. mla akina1ir oods lair oama
Fall andai Ii intter Tread. Hel lic. I oar sampile andl
iarticualara. UDISON MIFU. CO.,Sd5 81xth Ave,, N.Y,
sure. ac -.amteda ta tar. J. I.MyrManOic
l8t Arcan i-t., Pla ta. AdvIce fr Mals flo e
ply. WIl i be ntt ranch 0O1.- ee. hesen or cat
month: cysa no loass, 1k0 tigP2d turd o
terc mIona, t WrsnIo, li ~ ana ri h , P at ndr
lal iote. h~ aitoa l. t.fa at 0th omr
It. JLINl Hlh Ma~ A a ti. N. (4 3l.LElU A Co.
8 & 7 Chambelaar of 65 lirondwvay
Commnner-.e. Chlicago. New ~ork.
GRAIN AND PROVISION BROKERS.
Neo beso f 0 ate iioteiaattn ruia Eiaanges an
We have exeliaalvo tarliva telegr-ual hro intween
Chicaigo anad Netw Yrk. Wi mexecanta ordlers, oan our
1imntwhe lrtaestedl >'enda f-a'r rireilars a-oa.
Dhieraaco.p iailar. 1t01ri'. LID~ISLOM & (JO.,
irnA tie P'iairt Iteiisl.ii~~xini Ie,iir::
cel11~(Siaaiet' Itr E'as i I' nan s*en
MItt'C lt4ngs. UEi~ti siamt 1'aie- y
4' lates . A.M L 4 NO.4 onraoet.14y
W~ANTED~ lltu iaii :;;a',-na :?aaa"a.;
dollarsai weeli- toi riaali'am. Ai'l I -h e-ont at
H CI FtH lL- baoth. New i.rsy.
)lalo: lio nire aa cultivait.l. aall saeed~ a ito im h
2over andit real in>; wite I lby wedll , lprhya ainaau
rutingiii shreaam 60a ne-rae4t b - tleimber, goita aaah.a
archmtard uain a I frimit; Iar.irloai btbarans'uel -it iar
mibulailingse; Ilago t w-sta'ary faraie hona-. II r at:ais.
yard, withl floiwera andl e-ve-raraen; it bauatiful~ hoe'a
onvieti-at ti salt 1a1s aated achurchie. a te : Nao. I
aheep fair.. ini road rela ir: muaast bae a-obi a a clo-a ia
,state. Agaiaiy 'or infiormaition ta thia adttia atorala
IrOlI-sI' T 1 O AlA',. lIarlaaw. I hait. A'.o, Itaal-aa-r
Faarmt. m~i'ales from~ I aitritw: len entlivate I; - 1 riame
burra, two-sto- y houyhereoana.
Y0UNG MENit illilyyam ravneaai ndaia
Jireaiars free. VALE I'N'l io-j Ja aus I l $i.
66a*we**ta'your own townt. termas and ~ aetlil:
free. Ad dress H. IALLKT-T & Co..P'ortanad.Ma
BEEORE -AND -AFTER 1I
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OL,,
W H11 are sufferIng from Nunavoua D~anuatsty,
Lost VITaI.a'rv, LACr oW sexnyaa Fotae. AND
'hroon, WVAsTiaaeWHYAKcNERasand alt thtoo adisas
of a P~asosAr, NATai restulting fromt Anvaas and
Orua JUvss. Ileay relief and ormplete resto
ratIon of iaira;,V roon and MAsmaooo OUanargAXT.
The rndest aisacovery of the Ntneteent h Century.
Ber.l at onceofor Illustratod Pimphlotfro. Addaresa
VL ltBELT 00. MARSHALL, MICHe
oor and weak. Some is bad because
re such bad blood that the wonder is
>come to bite them,
is, owing to the iron wvhich is present.
t Is always unsatisfactory. 'I he per..
lbe said to enjoy good health.
p~rodulce a preparation of iron which
resulted mf t hat perfect preparation
's Iron Bitters. It is tile only one
is the only one which accomnplishles
made rich and strong, and impure
that Great Iron Medleine, Brown'.s
HEALTH IS WEALTH,
foalt of Bogy is Wedatl of Mind
MR GMT hOOD PUXINI"n
Pere eed = aes sun des, str bone and
solear akin. If would yu eh rm,
V boneso wthot sefies, your sour
.exi2, fr, use
Radway's Sarsaparill Ian
A remedy composed of ngredients of extraor.
i pt essential t purity
be li~ad invigorate the broken-down and '
PLUASANT,0M 8iRn aRd Pump.A- ,,P
USY in a and curaamen.
No matter what name the complaint may be
dealnatew ther it be scroula conumton
ls, sores, tumors, bo rysipe or
salrbem, iasosof he ungs, kidneys, blsd
der m ak liver, stomach or bowels, either
ehronloorconsntutionsl, this virus lain the-Blood
which supplies the waste and builds and repair
these or and wasted tissues of the system.
i the b nhealthy, the process of repair
The Sarsaparillan, Resolvent
hlar oompenaaUng remedy, but secures
the aamnos action of each of the organs. it
establishes throughout the entire system function
al harmony and supplies the blood ves
sels with a pure and health current of
now life. Turn Brn, after a rew days' use
of the Sareaparillan becomes clear and
beautiful. Pimples, blotches, black spots and
skin eruptions are moved; sores and uoors soon
oured Persons sufferng from scrofula eruptive
~essof the eyes, Mruh eas legs, throatand
C2 , that have accumula and spread. either
m uncured diseases or mercury, or from the
useof corrosive sublimate may rely n a cure
If the Sarsaparilian is conti nued a sufilent Ume
to make Its impression on the system.
One o contains more of the active prinol.
ebof elne, than any other Preparation.
aeain teaspofl doses, while others require
five or Aix tie oa uh.
One Dollar a Bottie.
R. R. R.
Radway's Ready Relief.
..e.mapest and Nest MedtIolne for
Famally Use In the World.
In from one to twenty minutes never fails te
relieve Pain with one thorough ap lication:
no matter how violent or exoruoating he Pain,
the Rheumatic, Bed-ridden, Innrm, Crippled,
NervouNeur or rostrated with disease
n RAWAY'ff READY RIELIEF will
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
.IFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS,
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS,
BORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BRCATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HRART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA,
COLD CHIrLLa, AGUlE CHILLS,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST BITES.
3RUIBES, LUMBAGO, 8CIATICA~
COUGHS, COLDS, SPRAINS,
PAISIN THE CH EST, BACE
er LIMBS are instantly relieved.
114 ITS VARIOUS FORIMS.
FEVER AND AGUE,
FEVER AND AGUN cured for 50 ets. There Is i
not a remedial agent in this world that wIll cure
Fever and Agn and other Malarlous, Bilious
Scarlet yoidYelow and other fevers (aided
byRDY SELI.LLB) so quickly al RA DWAY'S
Itwl na fw memenl when tkn Internall
Sour Stomach, Heartburnj cukreaac
u alpitation of the Heart Cold Chills oystei
FaIi lthe Bowels, Diarrh a Dysentey Colic,
Wind In the Bowels, andl all Internal Pains.
Taelr s ould8$ ala cr a btl of RA 1
drops in water will prevent sickness or pains from
chang of ater. Iti better than French Brandy
fnei and Luanboranem ihould always
Perfect, Purgative, Soothin, Aperi
enta Act without Pain, Always
*oliable and Natural
A VEGETrABLE BUTFI'UTE FO
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with aweas
Spurge, regulate, purit-y, cleanse and streng
RADWATOS PR.Es for the cure of all disorders or
the Stomach, Liver Bowels Kidneys Bladder,
Female Compiains ervous Diseases, l'ass ofA
petite Headahe onsati on, CostIveness, i
oft ey~c4 iiusness Fever, Inhlam
no fthe Bowrn lsr, Pies and alderangements of
inLo mercury, minerals, or deleterious drugs.
tin, Inard PicFlns fBodi a
Head Acidit of the StomachNausea Heartburn,
Dsutof F oFullness or Weigh in the Sto
ac, Sour Eructtln, Sinkin or Fluttern at
the Heart, Choking or Bufferin Sensations wen
Webs bfore te iht Fever and dul Pain in the
A few doses et Ranwa~yr Puts will free the
qyitem froma all the above-named disorders,
BOLD BY DRUGGISTR,
,wiel, US Vents lea cx
BR AD "FALSE AND 'BUE."
ad a M&e stamp to RADWAY h 00., No. 3
Warrn Ce.Curn St, New York.
Wlnf~maaea wrththousands will be se
to yea. a:
U rio. 0. W. Mondv A Cn 'I! W. 9eh. Cluion,aiO.
JONS OF SIN9HAMTaN,
E liloR a t mc, alsdr p4 i
A die,. au nly 1 autonr
huuoemnh mr vouL, linIte.s. n ti I
linsa of rhoutm:atie d-sori.r, en 2 to I> w.nk. -rniinves
innmtry in I doy. (Ufn n-for to I u ir d utf to'
li r~u lo ntaci hvm ir olin -n oJ-rytlstel o
CURES WhfmlE 'ill 1USE FAIS All