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PaoArTEs.AND POTAsu. -Phoppliate
of lime is only one of the mineral for
tiliaers upon ,which plants delight to
feed, but which continual crvpping,
without returns, will soon exhaust. Pot
ash, upon which plants make large de
mands, is another. Grass and potatoes
may be called potash plants, because,
contaimmg a large per cent. of this min
eral. One hundr.d parts of dry hay
wall leave, when burned, nine per cent,
of sah, which the largest part is potash.
Successive crops of grass must, there
fore, exhaust the land of this, its lead
ing constituent, unless it is returned in
some shape. Just what mineral fertil
Izers grass lands want in order to keep
them In good productive condition may
be learned from the following statement
of that eminent scientist, Bousiugault:
"Ten thousand pounds of good meadow
hay contain 547 pou ds of inorganio
(mineral) matter, of which 180 pounds
are potash, soda, 10 pounds; lime, 107;
magnesia, 48; oxide of iron, 5; silicica,
189; sulphuric acid, 16,phospnoric acid,
82; and chlorine. 15. While many of
these are found in almost inexhaustible
quantity in all tillable land, potash,
lime, sulphuric and phosphoric acids
diminish rapidly un:ier cultivation, un.
less returned in some way. It is a sui
cidal policy, therefore, to neglect the
applic.tion of these minerai fertilizers
on land severely cropped. Nor has any
fertilizer a more permanent effect on
such land than wood ashes-they con
taining all the mineral constituents of
plant food-and when accompanied
with ammonia in some form make a per
fect fertilizers. It Ji an old saying that
"laud never forgets ashes," and such
would seem to be the fact, when places
on which coal-kilus have been burned
have been known to have shown their
fertiliziug effects for more than half a
inom results obtained with various
fertilizing substances, Professor Atwater
has drawn the following conclusions:
Corn needs little nitrogen besides what
it can draw from natural scurcoe, while
its yield is largely increased under the
influence of mineral fertilizers-the most
eflective being those in which the chief
component is phosphoric acid or potash
according to the soil and the season.
Potatoes respond uniformly to all the
ingredients, and they are less able than
corn to gather from natural sources.
The ame appears to be true for turnips.
Not enough experiments ha /c been
made with other crops to justity conclu
sions concerning them. Practicallythe
largest average yield for all cropa is se
cured by the use of fei tlizers conutaining
all the essential elements of plant food.
Used alone, nitrate of soda is raroly
useful, sulphato oi limo frequently, mu
riate Of pot-ash very ite i, lind the su
per-phoslphiates generally, Soils vary
in their capaeity for conveying food to
crops, and earctul observation and ex
periment are moessary to determine
the nteds o ia particular soil.
VALUE OF BLts.-Tie great value of
bees to agriculture has hitherto been
entirely overlouked. A society of Sax
ony has collected some very ii.portant
statistics upon this subject, which are
now ide public. The seciety controls
seventeen thousnod hives, from each of
which ten thousaind bee'S fly out daily,
This makes a total of 170,000,000 bees.
If it is suipposed that each be c under
takes but tour journeys per diay, and
that this takes place upon01 only one hun
dred doys of the, year, then an annual
total of 68,000,000,000 bee journeys is
obtained. At, the lowest limit protable
the bcciety cinsidl(rA thaut fllty flowers
are vlsitedl en (ech juney, and that
five out of the filtly zare fertinized. This
gives a grandit totail of M4G 000,000 fortil..
Rzeda floueia yer yeiar. It the vailuie ci
fertilizutg twenty thous~and blos.soins lie
one cent, then a value oi $170,000 i re
presented by the work (lone by the bees
of this si eiety,or a benefit to a'gricuilture
by cachi hLve of $10 per annum.
CATTrLI and sheep stiould always have
p~lenty oif shate! in the pasture. T1hey
like, whlen they have eaten enough, to
lie down in a cool shad' and take their
comfoit, aid it' they eta do so they will
thrive mutch better. A few shanic trees
for this iprpse a ill pay well ior any
dtrami they mnny make on the fertility ,1
the soil, it' there are L-0 trees it will
pay to erect at cheap shied, even thougn
i1 Le but a rude structure of' lotir p~osts
set in the gi ound and a root cavtired
withi biush wvod or pine limibs. It,
should be o;'en to the north always,and
may be open on all sides if more coin
veotieut. Th'ie ifeet of ai blazing aun on
a cow's bat k w heni lyIng down seenms to
be more mairked than while she is iced.
ing, andi cannot fil to make the animal
fev'~erish, and thus injure both the
flavor oi the milk and its keeping quivi
1'LAS.-Juidicious e ire o1 the health
of plants wuill p.momote your own, ~Mil.
deued leaves, soddeni oil, inouliy
- crocks wuill generatoe disease in your
plants iand yourself. lIn all muanipula
t'onsB of leut and soil, avloiut toucehinig
eye. lip', noatiii,cr any abraded l~ort ions
of the skin till the hands have been
thioroughlly e-eansed. ilelore bouquets
arc brougmst to the dining-table they
- shouuld for a moment be entimely immuer
sed in water, and never be so placed as
to p~roject oveir iirticles of food. Suhtle
germns of vegetationl and inisidious ova,
eggs of obnoxious animal life are always
WINOW U1NxamimT. -A pretty aiid
easily-grown windtow plant may be-ob
tained in the icllowing manner: Soak a
round piece of coarse sponge in warm
water until it is thioroughly expanded.
After aqueezitng it about dry, lace in
the openings mullet, red clover and hat
* ley-grass seeds, rie and oats. Rang
the sponge in a wind~ow wheroe the sun
abines a part of the diay, andI sprinkle it
lhghtly 'tith wilier eye~ly morning for a
week, Soonu tender leaves will shoot
out, and, growing raupidlly, witll form a
foim a drooping 11ma.s of' living green.
if regularly spziil.hed, it will hiater be
dotted with the blossoms of the clover.
0. M. TIsiKHAM,Secretary of the Vor
mont 1)arir.ie' Association, has die
vised some insprovements in packing
butter, Inusteau of lining his palckmgi,
boxes with mushin lie uses a certain
kind of biown paper, which is odorics
and tasteless, andt costa very little. Her
also lines his cases throughout with a
layer of felting half an inch th'ek. Thib,
it is alleged, keeps out the heat most
H AULING OUT AIANUiIE.-Wiuile the
groiuu is hard or covered with snow,
the manure heaps can be hauled to the
fields 'with the least trouble, Those
'ho have j rciltea by our hints for the
past few months, will have the mauurt~
* In good condition l~r hauling out now
othe-ra will have it lking around koosi
anai unworkea,and consequently uselesa
FUmoGATXx PASTIra.-FOr the pur
pose of deodorizing a room in which a
there is an offensive smell common cof. v
fee berries and even rage and brown h
paper, if properly burned, will serve h
admirably. The smoke from these sub- i1
stances not only neutralizes the odors b
but readly acts as a disinfeotant to a u
slight extent, In burning coffee, paper e<
or rags for this purpose care must be el
taken to prevent them from burning too &
freely. If they Lurn with a free, bright c,
flame the proper effect will not be pro- r4
duced. They should be allowed to a
smoulder quietly, and they do this best a
when they are thrown on hot coals or a o
hot shovel and set on fire. An excel- o
lent substitute for pastils is heavy broftn ci
paper which has been dipped in a sd!u
tion of nitre and ihen diled. This jt
burns freely without flame, and if it be b
dipped in a solution of benzoin, the
odor is very pleasant. The best thin8,
however, is pastile. They are easily A
made as follows: 1. Paris Formula; af
Beuzoin, two ounces; balsam of tolu .
and yellow sandal wood, of each four tj
drachms; nitre, two drachms; lablanum, 9
two drachms; charcoal, six ounces. w
Reduce to powder, mix thoroughly and, a
make into a stiff paste with gum traga- b
canth. Form into small cones and dry a
them in the air. 2. Formula of Henry n
and Guibourt. Powdered beuzoin, six- I
teen parts; balsam of tolu and powdered r
sandal wood, each four parts; charoial
powder, forty-eight parts; powdered o
tragacanth and labdanum, each one
part, powdered nitro and gum arabio, 2
each two parts; make into a paste with tI
twelve parts cinnamon water, form into
canes and dry.
Guine Never to itotuarn.
UARD NKR. Alm.-Mr. Daniel Gray, a d
prommnent lumber nerchant writes that
his wife lad severe rheumatic paiun;so se
vere as to render her unable to sleep.
From the first application of the famous
German Itemedy, St,. Jacob's Oil, she ex
perienced unspeakable relief, and in two a
houlrs the pain had eutirely gone.
1HEAr GRAvIEs -After frying fat
pork, Jeave two tablespoonfuls drippings 6
in the spider, stir smooth in this a large r
spoonful of flour, with salt and pepper.
1'lace over a brisk fire, and add a pint
of milk; stir constantly until it boils.
Molt a large spoonful of butter in a hot
spider; watch closely until browned,
not burned; then popper it and turn in
a bowlful of milk. btir in a few spoon
fuls of milk and sufficient flour to make
the desired consistency, not forgetting It
to add salt, as it is much less liable to i
remain in lumps. When the milk boils
add to it the batter, and stir until it
bubbles. Cut a cupful of codflsh into
small pieces; placo in the spider, cover
with cl I water, and set on the stove.
When the water beginst to boll, turn it
all (ff, and add a bowl of rich milk; then a
proceed in the same way as in the sec
oud recipe, excel,ting the salt, as the
fsh will furnish enough of that. When if
turned into a bowl add a generous o
piece of butter. It
The Oltient Drugglat. a
Being o1e of thie eldest druggists in thias
city (altiough having retirel froin busi- n
niess), I wish to) say a good word about &
Ilulnt's lIemnedy. A ntutubher ol' years ago i
I was troubled withI my kidters. Tt h lile g
o1' a th-uggist, howe-ver, resorting to t ho use a
of' a "'latenlt miedicine"o' was a lit tlihuni Li- a
titng, but wVhenI I Cenio to consider how d
lInany lieople had been beneitted by the use
of It luit's Riery, I unhtlesitatinigly begalti
usinig it; atld at'ter haiving fully tested its ~
vi ritu's I cant say, as~ nmny1t' miity customlera -LI
hmve saii to ine, '"it is I the beist intitliiHe
for ki Id ney and liver comillait ever comli
I havie yet to lea:rni of a in1gle inistattet
whero It. lhas liiled, to be'netit anti give at
sat ist'actlonl, ini tatet it is the best I evert solti.
I would say io all wito are troutlil wuirtl
kiiey and1( liver comlainuit, givel 111unt's a
Re'ined I a trial and( yout wvi: say ats I do, iti
is thei best kitowin remeitdy, alt the best Is
the' cheatpest ever'iy Itinte. Yourst truly3, a
Emvw.vtn AI.i.:N. "
llatt'oti, Coatt., May 19,. 188:3.
htiliatI t;able uInlanufac'turer, of Athtoi, .ita-a.,
wtate-, Mtay ut,. 18,3, tas f'uttows: ''1 hiavea
been, mru ledl for a tntuiter of sea-as wIit
hititney t it sa e , i t'vert pans in an y biak
ani ,.Ides, adr couldi get no lelief luutIl I useaI ?1
I li It t', iteliu'<ly, whlis * w as recoitull t'l eat by (
ouir drtiggist, II nr I, of tislls p'.'. who s-at. t'o
tne thait itaiy won iter fiui cures had Ir li nate In
this Vt ntiy t.v tie us e of iiitt's Hiti, dy. I'eoplte
who1 hive soun'ered for yeairs wi ih k tiney titseases,
inlithin oll0 tihe btid er, iattl aerointpanyi ng
tioutla a, ti tiecfn pernaiaiineniy eluret iy tlas
g'reat inittetine. I piilasel i a 1 tiol of nunitt a
lie I ly an111 totatil that it hlpri t e fromt tie
firI t tlot, al t' to bttles rtemovudtialt the ipalt~ mt
toy ba., k, atiti I c'u'ttler anyself curedl, at e .ecr
lait1y r'climl tuttit it t) mty trieida as a micetne s
Otha will d i. that is clatimed for It.
PAnnL hF~oIltiEs -Floral p~anels are
much used for room decoration, some
times susplended from mnirrors, or pie- a
turns, from a height, or standing like t
atrmorial shieldls at either side of a door (1
or wind~ow. A pretty paniel picture I
made with a trifling outlay, can be pro- f
duced by taking a common slate. First*
patint in the background either some i
neuitrall tnt or one shaled In color; a
those from dar1k brown to the lighteost u
lint of that color are pretty andi eff'ect-- a
ivo, using burnt umber and whito. Die s
catrefut to) shade it as gradually anti il
evently as possible. Flowiers are the o
prettiest designs for panel p~ictures, a e
particular pretty one being composed iL
of wheat hleads, 11eld daisies and wild
r'oses. Poppies, wheat and blue corn
flowers make another equally handsome, a
or golden rod and puirple chrysanthe- ~
inums make a bright aitd oft, otive pie-,
tuie; apple blossoms on one and pan-i
aies on another also make good 'com
panion pictures. The frames may be
painted in some neutral tint or contrast
ing color, or else simply giled with
liqmid gold Paint.
Mothert swan's Wormt !Myruip.
Infallible, tasteless, tnuarmles, cathiartic; for fe
verialtessa, rest lessness, worats, constipat ion. 25c.
AN Ex0ELLENT HOU5E-L'LANT.--Ohi
nese primrose is one of ttobtst bloom
it'g piants we can get for winter flower.
ing, both single and douit~lo varieties.
Tnoy require when growing pienty of
moisture at time roots and shaded Iroum
the direct raiys of the sun. Wheni wa
tering, however, do not allowv much
water to lali on the leaives, as it is apt
to cause themi to rot. A soil suiitale<
for this plant is sanvy loam and a good (
mixture of leaf mould and thoroughlya
retted manure. Do not put into too<
large p)ots, as the aC il is apt to sour be
fore the recta pass thtrough it suliciently
to uste up) the moisture.
Ironi ittetrs give entire satisfactin.
To givo glass great brilliancy, wash
with a (lamp sponge dipped im spirits,
then duist with powdered blue or whiting
(tied in a mushin bag) and polish with a
A Lirrna spirits of turpentine added
to the water with which floors are
washed will prevent the ravages of
A wommAN who had been SwIlging in
hammock in a yard, had no sooner
%cated it in answer to a call frem the
ouse, than a ragged old tramp who
ad boon loaning uver the fence walked
side and coolly planted himself in the
ammock for a siesta. In about five
ainu'es the woman reappeared, and
eing at a glance how matters stood,
ic brought out a sharp knife. walked
raight up to the follow, and before he
)uld chuckle twice she cut the head
)pe. He came down on his head with
thump, toppled over at full length,
id slowly scrambled up and walked
T. Not a word was said until he was
itaide the gate. Then he turned and
"Maybe you'd like my photograph
ist as I keeled out of that old fish-not,
ut you won't got it-not by a jug-full I"
pale, flabby skin and limbs IlI clothed with
-fil, Indicate poverty of the blood. The
aeedlest and surest way to increase its nutri.
'ing properties, to Impart vigor and compon
Lie for undue waste of bodily tisue, is to use,
Ith persistence and regularity, the 1acompar.
)le vitalizer and aid to digestion, Hostetter's
onach Hlittera. A wineglabsful of this agree.
e iediclinal elixir three times a day soon
anifests its berietleent action in an improve.
ent of appetite, sieep and spirits. Inureased
)(iiy substance, and the return of color and
mianess to haggard, wasted cheeks. This
preian preventive counteracts tile effects of
vre niental labor and bodily toil, anxiety
tuinad, exposure In rough weather, minsina
i air or water, andl tropical heat. it is a
ldlafe safeguard against fever a'uii ague and
niittit letrilo (iseat e, and ovorcminos constipa.
on, iniligestion, iver complaint-, rioumausn
ad other alinonti.
A Musio dealer tolls an Albany repor.
)r that "Wait Till the Clouds Roll By,
omide," is one of the popular songs
ist now. They nearly tear the house
own when a girl sings "3ave the
weetest Ktiss for Mother." The stout.
it, healthiest looking girls generally
'ant the most sentimental songs about
nrequited love and blighted hearts
ud all that sort of thing. A girl who
'eighs more than I do was in here the
lher (lay and wanted a song about
My cheek has lost its bloom and my
res are shadowed o'er with gloom."
irls that work in shops want more Eor
>wful songs than those that are 'in
ores. I've got a theory about it, but
Lven't time to explain it this morning.
. On Tiirry Days' Trial.
he Vollaic Bolt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
ill send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
oltaic Belts and Electric Appliances on
ial for thirty days to men (young or old)
ho are afflicted with nervous debility,
at vilality and kindred troubles, guaran
cmg speedy aud complete restoration of
'alth and manly vigor.-Addreas as
)ove. -N. B.-No risk is Incurred, as
hirty daytS' trial is allowed.
"How long did you intend to remain?"
sked the clerk as a Chicago man regis
ired at a summer resort hotel. "That's
dihiite," was the reply. "Because
you were going to stay for a couple
weeks I'd put you in the now rooms
the west wing, overlooking the lake."
Yes-ahom-yes," mused the guest,
he looked greatly puzzled; "you see,
in in a pork deal. if pork stays
here she is I can remain here three or
m~r weeks and get awany without leay
ag my trunks as security; but if pork
oes down I-" "You can't remain over
week or two." "Just about two hours,
r; atnd you'll have to -accept of trade
ollarsa and O:nada bills to square up at
iat ! Guess you'd better give us a room
the top story, with fout' beds in it,
> begin on."
The, inter.-asing dcaimand for this prepara
. a, a h.u.. Iho d remtedy f, r ilige tioni
tidiyapep in Issilicietproof'o its ellicacy.
"No, GEonoE," sitld a sagacious wife
t a suimmer hotel, "'I can't think of
avil g you come here to spend Sunday,
tfter working hard in your ofilco all the
a. ek. You ner d r'est and recreation.
Iext week, now, be0 sure andi stay in the
ity nad enjoy yourself." George vows
vow that his Sundays shall be passed
t the hotel while his wife remiain.
core one for the woman. Women, you
now, don't knowv how to carry a point.
)ha, no!i That is to say, she can't re.tson
er way, but she can now and then get
lung by her itnitive faculties just
bout twice as fast as can man with his
Dr. Sites, Br~ooklynt, N Y., was curedl by
eve*re lRheumtatismi andi kidnaey diseas* of~
LYveral yeats' standjing, alter trying every
liiig olke without benefit.
"STRIcTLY BUSIN~ss:" "Sir," began a
tratngtr, as he wvalked directly up to a
usimess man on South street the other
ay, 'Si am strictly business." "So am
." "Good 1 I believe every man should
irnish money for his own tombstone."
'to do I." "Good, again I I want to
11is0 lifty dollars to pa.y for a s'one to
Land iat nay grave. W~hat assistance
~all you render the eterpriso ? I want
business tnswor," '"You shall have it,
ir; I will aid the enterprise by furnish'
gx the corpse." Th'le stranger hturuied
if without even mentionmng the sort of
pitaph heo designed having engraved on
Iii saIcred stonte.
N~o dlisease Cilan show such qu~ick results
u hleart Disease; (10 not dielavt, Dr.
ralves' iheart Rtegulator is a specilic. *1.
er battle at th uggusts.
A CfloAoo wholesalo house sont out
irco female dIrummora by way of ex
ortmenlt. Quo otf them wvore all her
amples to a picnic and got lemonade,
lio and grass staius all over them; an
ther got mashiort on a brakeman and
allowed him off, and the third reportedl
bree now dresses, a lawn tennis suit, a
arden hat and a L~angtriy bang in her
1lpense account. 'fTa house is so well
atislied with the result of the experi
aentt that it will not repeat it.
save troulle an. e xpecnse In washing,
td always have nice fitting collars and
:ulfa, by wearing Chtrolttiioon.
As TO LAcuNo: "Ohi, oh I" exclaimed
a loosely-girded girl the other (day, as
so of thiost very slim-wvaisted pirsons
a married woman) steiped off the pier
nto a tLoat atnd began to htu~ll the
tars. "it' she exerts herself at all I'm
>ositivo she'll stiap in two and the up.
ier half go overboard. D~o look at her!"
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve neutrer is the mnars
if the age for all nerve diseases. All Ats slopped
rtee. Send to 931 Arch Street. P'hadelphia, P'a.
Ir those front-gate women are smart
hey would have their husbatids build
~heir houses oven out to the aidewailk
iid with itie balconies on the front of
~hem, so they could sit in them and see
what is going on up anid down t to street.
Emiory's Little Cathartic Pill-best made
for Liver Complaint and JBillousne.
P antniean. harmless, intaltible. 1r-.
PLus Dais Ba81sA.-t is now
the moie in Pakis-and fo'lowed in a
other cities-to drape easels, mirrors 1
and other accessories to be found in a
the fashionably furnished drawing. i
room with plusb.. The easel is covered I
with peacook blue, ruby, gold, blue or F
apple green -plush--or any color that 6
contrasts or blonds with the room fur- C
nishings-and ornamented with em.
broldery and fringe. The cord which
holds the draper and the tassels must
be of the same color. Small easels, c
intended for holding a phioto or plaque, a
are done in this way: Take a long strip d
or scarf of plush, knot it round the
upright bar close under the cross-piece
carry it across this bar in front ana
mako another slip.knot above the cross. r
piece, letting this piece over the sur
face lie in eas. folds; in this way one
long end will fall on the one side just
below the picture ledge; the other long 1
end at the opposite side of the easel f
ends, just above the ledge. Stiffuess -
must be avoided in these draperies. i
The cords may be arranged to taste
but look well when they seem to holl
the slip.knct i in poition. ,
.IENS.AN's PgarroNmzED UNIKSP TONIo, Mne o'.y
pregiuration of beel conailniing Its eihUre aulr-t.l
floua p,'opp'.. It conlailus bo:d-making, force ]
gReneralt, antd life-sustaining propertIes; laivalua
Mle for ldigestionl, dyspopsia,niervou prostration,
and all forms of general tebility, also, in a I en
feebled conditions whether the result of exhaus. t
tion, nervous prostrat on, over-work or aoute dis
ease, particularly if r.-sulting from p.almonary
coliuallita. Caswell Ilazard & Co., propetetors,
New York. Sold by druggibta.
ONE pound of green copperas dis
solved in one quart of boiling water.
will destroy foul smells. Powdered
borax scattered in their haunts will dis- C
HAY 1"EVER. Sinceboyhood I havebeen i
troubl. d with Catarrh and iiHay-Fever, and
was unuable to obtain relief until I used
Ely's Cream Baln. It h -s cured me.-E.
L. CLICKENElt, New Brunswick, N. J.
IIAY FEVElt. Having been afflicted with I
Hay-Fever for years I gave Ely's Creawn
limin at trial. I have had no attack since
using it.-E. it. RAUCH, Editor Carbon
Co., Democrat. Mauch Chunk, Pa. Price
Srrntra of ammonia diluted with wa
ter, if applied with a sponge or flannel
to discolored spots of the carpets or i
garments, will often restore the color,
Any person baving a bald head and fail- v
ing to see the benefit to be derived from
the great petroleum hair renewer, Uarbo- I
line, as now improved and perfected, In
the face of the vast number of testimonials
from our very best cit.zens, is surely going
To remove spots from furniture, take
four ounces of vinegar, two ounc of I
sweet-oil, one ounce of turpentine.
Mix and apply with fitnuel cloth.
"Rough on Ruats."
Clears out rats, mice, roaches. files, ants, bed- t
bugs, skunks, chipmunks, gopniers. 15. Druggists.
Usn kerosene, or bath-brick, or pow
dered lime, to scour iron, tin, or copper;
wash in hot suds, and polish with dry
FRONT 1tOVAJ., 'A.-I)r. (. It. i1i11, mays: C
"Brown's Iron BItters smis to give general
satisfaction. I recomiend it strongly."
OscAi WIrDE says the American girls
have a good deal of common sense
Anid in view of this fact it seems a mys
tory how 1) car got near enougli to them
to inud it out.
Ladies and children's boots and snoes<
cannot run over If Lyon's Patent Heel
8tiffeners are used.4
'WHAT WAS IN Ir: "My ease is just
here," stait a citizen to a lawvyer. "The
plaintiff will swear that I flit ham. I
will swear' that I did not. Now, what
can you lawyers make out of that if we'
ao to trial '' "A haindred tollars, easy,"
w as the rep'y."
The pills. are warranted to be PUlIELY vege.
tsabl", free fromt all mmeral andl other poIsono'us
sublstani'es. Thecy are a certain ecare' for Consti.
pbatl(on. 8tek llendahe, Dyspep-ia, Blacusnesa
Ta"rpdl Liver, Loss or Appealme, aind all diseases
arasng from tie.
Liver, Stonmach, Bowels or
They remove all ob~structions from the channel,
of the systlem andi purafy the blood, thereby im.
parting hemalthm, strength aind vIgor. Sold b~y drug.
gista, or sent b.y mall for 25 cents in stam ps by
P. NEUSTrAEDTER~ & 0'0.,
83 Morcor St., Now York,1
Sol 1 a i f tc rers of RT. BEllNARMi)yEGEAJ.
Send for circular.
Ask your Drumgglst fir Ill A celebrattei reme.iy
for alhe cunae ol ilabitall Constipatio~n or CostIve
ness andi all dise'ases aisig thmerefrm; such, as
lid gestion, P'les, 'Tor,,ld Liver, l)ise.;ses of the
Kadineys, at, a petrfectly sife anda harml'ss. andi ia
e'spechtilly tau e.i lo Coratat ntion of Pre'gnaney,
Leuctorrhoun~ ani D)seas'es peculara to f,'na.es.
Alanuf'g.,b T1' 1IIE CI:ESCENT MEDICINE Co.
$1.00 Per iolttle n f:N5-ELAEnl PAIL~s, N. Y.
IN ItI' A l'IN th,r 1) 1. C )..lmum. Ont.
Ada.. ore &samalti. atorton,NY
YOUNG MEN e" ,'i,'lm dnear
and ie. In, at ia'.,p to k'. KiwPPY. Engneer, BlridIg'p,Ct.
L'z~ 'aaoltr Emgua.CI t i~r i na'I aii e, A
FarquhiarPenns~ylv.iu ii Agr.ultural w.orks,. York .Pa
AMONG THE LADIES
The brilliant, fascinating
tints of Complexion for which
ladies strive are chiefly arti
fIcial, and all who will take
the trouble may secure them.
These roseate, bewitching
hues follow the ulse of Ilagan's
Magnolia flahni-a delicate,
harmless and always reliable
article. Sold by all druggists.
The Magnolia B a 1m cou
enls every blemish, removes
Sallowness, Tan, 'Redness
Eruptions, all evidences oi'
excitemient and every imuper
Its effects are immediate
and s0 natural that no human
being can detect its applica
SOafSTzUzo USyAL: *I feel so worried
bout Charles " sighed Mrs. Wildhus
and. "It's pettlag late,'eure eh&ught,'
aid sister Kate. looking at -the clook;
'but I guess nothing unusual has hap
ened." "That is what frets me, ' re
lled Mrs. Wildhusband, "I alnaffaid
Dmething usual has happened to
4 "eautitut womnoU
re made pallid and unattractive by.their
motional irregularities, which Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription" will infallibly
ure. Thousands of testimonials. By
Tne RUZ OF TEmtn: Elderly and ob
oxious suitor, who was the Bret to ar
lve and evidently means to be the last
> go-"i. have forgotten most .of my
iathemalies, but at your age, sir, I. was
evoted to them." Impatient young
)yer- "Ai I Then you: prolably are
tmiliar with the rule of three." E. S.
- "The rule of three?" "Yes, that two
i company and three is-one more,"
"Golden Medical Discovery" is not only
sovereign remedy for consumption, but
Iso for consumptive night-sweats, bron
hitis, coughs, influenza, spitting of blood,
reak lungs, shortness of breath, and kin
red affeielons of the throat andj chest.
NEEDLEsS sOLI0ITUDB: Mistress (about
depart for the seaside)-"I[ hardly
ke to leave you alone in the house."
ervant.- "Oeh I Sorra alone will I be,
ium, wYid all me first coustus coming to
Litop wid me, mum."
Dr. Plorco's "'ellets"-little liver pills
sugar-coated)-purify the blood, speedily
orrect all disorders of the liver, stomach,
nd bowels. By druggists.
A NEw VERsION: 4 couple of tramps
rent into a lager beer saloon and drank
quantity of beer for which they had
to money to pay. The proprietor in
tructed his bartender to "Durn dose
astls inside oud."
(Ha in, Tiatr Nuo Rs Aenaady ?o 'lta i!
xclatuit a iiton ol tortturei wtoiches every dlay.
Vod~ii't UXI~ tO r0;iCh thU millioU btt VaI 111lw1i.
atintely say t or rtemkrs that thy ii% ed -xier w)
)tiger tit it requaired t-) obtaian ANAKEHIS. a reincdy
itrouuei to iiio world ov. r 26 yerd iiW. by Di, Sus.
oo,5 well-knowin jibynciat of Clnci Untia.81 fully all
,roved by the j'rofetwon of aill taohoois It will cosl
*ftliCto try it. P. NEIJSTAEDTER & 00.. B~ox
11 New Yok City, send samples fre upon appli.
BOSTON girls who got lost in the
roods in the White Mountains the other
ay did not cry "Help," but "Three
mies in this direction are in urgent
eed of assistance."
"We know )-. Graves' Heart Rtgula.
or will cure ieart Disease. 80' years use
nd many persons ot prominence testify
ng prove it.-"lReadville, Press.' $1.
>er bottle at druggists.
A mothed of bleaching cotton yarn
ias lately been introduced in Frarce,
he advantage of which is that uniform
ty is secured, and the article continues
seautifully whIte in the warehouse,
rhether in skeins or textures. The
olan is to let 220 pounds of cotton yarn
oe bucked for eight hours in a soda lye
imposed of six and one-half poundi of
ryst illized soda and two and one-fourth
ounds of slaked lime. After being
teeped in the bucking caldron and
vashed, the yarn is put into solution of
hloride of lime, and, remaining there
ome two hours, goes direci. thence to
he diluted sulphuric acid, in~ which it
emnains for twenty minutes. Such a
tuantity of yarn requires eleven pounds
>f powdered chloride of lime, and one
.ud one-sixth part of sulphuric acid.
Liter the bleaching, the yarn is careful
y washed in flowing water, and then
>ut once or twice into a soap bath con
aining two and one-fith pounds of palm
>il for every 220 pounds of the yarn.
3y this means, the cotten is freed from
he adhering acid, and can then be
'izci-warp yarn with thirteen and
nue fifth pounds, and wool y'arn with
our and two-fifth pounds of staich for
very 220 pounds, with ttie addition of
omeo acid-proof uitramarine.
The quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney,
ladder and Urinary Diseases. Si. Druggists.
A late writer asserts that it is sup
osod in some casea fear of diater as
>eing lessened by the great contribu
ions given in Great Britamn by owners
>f mnin(s toward accident funds and
o the families of victims in ease of
The Only scienttheo Iron Medicine that dioes not
rodtuce ineadachie, &c., but gives to the system
11 the bene~n lit 01ron without Its badt effects, is
irowna 5 ron lter.
It is maintamned by some rectists
hat the aroma of fruits increases with
he Jatitude,while the sweetness decroa
es. Many berb~s, such as caraway, are
icher in essential oils in Nor'way than
n more southern raglons. Thxe ef
eet is ascrn'ted to the influence of
lie p~rolonged light of the summer
Walnut Leaf if air Restorer.
It Is entifrely ifferent from all others. Ti Is
is clear as water, and as its name indic~ate~s is
i perfect Vegetable Hair Restorer, It will im
ntediately f ree the head from all dandruff,re
tore gray htair to its natural color, and pro
I ice a ne w grow th where it has fallen oft. It
lees not in any manner affect the health,
mvhich sulphuair, stigar of lead and nitrate of
,ilv'-r prep~arations have done. It will change
Ight or faded hair in a few days toea beautifuil
lossy brown. Ask your druggist for it. Each
riottle i.s warranted. SMITH, K LINE & Co.
W holesale Agents, Philadtielpjhia, Pa. an;d
U.. N. CuirTErON. New York.
-Te German authors will hold
heir Fifth Congress at Da~rmstadt from
he 8th to the 11th of next month.
MII I)I TiIl i1f1 ORBS.
[UNG AND BRONCHIAL DISEASE,
IAE3 HONEY OF HOREHOUND AND 'TAR
CHANCINC THE BAL.ANCE
l'o the He~alth Side of the Account.
llefor'e phlarmtaceutlical research haul developedt
he great PUIJIMONIC above named, the cough
nixiures of the day presentedl no adequate pro
ctlIon aginst the speedy development of fatal
rorms of lung dtsease. To pa'llate was all that
hey could do in a majority of cases. But since
llALE'S HIoNEY OF IIORtEliOUNIS AND) TAlt
ffas introduced, p~ersons suffering from severe
COUOIIS and CoLDs, from ASTHLMA, sore
rIitoAT, INFILUENZAt, etc., have been enabled
'avail themselves, at trIfling cost, of an article
vhich affords them a reliatle means of cure and a
retnuie dtefense. There are dianger'ous Imia
lones. Ask for lA LE'S by its fuli nme andi take
I'fke's Toolhacha e'ops Cure fu one M~inute.
Leather maiy be restored in color, i
not too far gene, by a sliht applicatlori
of oil. If this is not effectual puit ori
blacking; let It dry, brush it off, antd gc
over It again very lhghtly with oil, If
very brown, black thoroughly arnd oi,
the leather afterward, and give to ita
final and careful dressing of gum traga.
aath diaonlval in water
Rheumatism, Neuraia, Selatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headad e, Toothache,
More Th a nst el inagse awa, erufle,
uND ALL OTixlit BODILY PAIN AND AClEI.
otany Druggists aud Deaterse rwhere. FiftyContsa botta
Ditrections to 11 Languages.
THE1K VIIARLES A. VOUM1LER 00.
(Ju %osrss A v 1 V0KLEIA .) Baltismorm. Nd..U.U.A.
CATAR R H Ely's OroamBalm
- finger uto the nos
trils, will be absorb.
AMB ~ ed, effectually cleant-I
CU 00 ln thle head of ca
RES t as-rhal virus, Icataing
healthy Secretions. 1t
13 REA alla a inulalmmation,
protects the muon
TYEVERbrano of the nasal
passages froml addli
iona 'ods, coin.
pletly heal the sores
anat rotores tasto
Bnd simell. A few
-~ A thorough treat
U.SA. I to- U It w ositely
cure. Agreeablo to
A -FEVER 1e. Beut for cirtu
FEaEr. irce 00 centlI
by mail or at drugflatq.
LNLY BRLOT11ERS, Druggists, Owego, N. Y.
' TUSE IT
rttoeve atonco Burns,Pih, Chapped Iands or 8,
Corns, Bunions. scalds, Bruisos, ornesas of footkhan
esoto. I tohngtMjanyauso. 25e.Asayr
Mil I 11 I' I
Nothing in the world eqtaln to It for the
cure of saroila, Pitples, nolls. Tetter. Old Sores,
Bore h'yes, Mevrourlal Diseases. Catarrh, Loss of
Appetite, Femalo Conplalu' , and all Blood
diseaes. It nerer fails. All druggists and
country store keepers sell It. it. . Sellers
A 'o., l'rnl'e, Plitihurgh. on every hottle.
aokIn your own town. 'i-orlns and j6 outill
66"*rAddress H. HALLaTT o..Poand.e
P'hlnix Pectoral will curo iour couch. Price 2b c
AGENTS itL ter'rYmen.' *"fohtin'I
Wor. Write for articule to F. EGISTEl, Pro.
t'riotor. 24 South tIh Utret. Philadeltuhis. Pa
U Insane Persons Restored
rallDRATfl&NERV1S l3ss. Otly swre
are for Ne, Ajatiens. Fits. Bfiflej~ry. ite.
it s USi. Treatise and $2 trll bottle free to
Spayng exress cBarges on bo rwhe
ntee enames. P. . ant p.2s address o
aflilcted to DR.KL1NJsor Arch S.P~aepis
p. *I *bI sh cth aNd'"Ay o**"""
monMh: .tentn thue, R aw P. .d eudj of
each outh;lior. tome Ucr budr.P. and
fonth 'It gli -a dl Pitsburg P a i n 3 th w a
inl ammtelo in 11a.tnh rfohud. d2t.oad roth
i'-..DrELOtaredar-e R.a s ther ~n eth locuas
drg it e't lifve d'omcl*lanend or anit-l.,
notuog lse El uaos, A oa0. lliam cat.,e N.3
DRS. J.aN.i& J o. HOBENSACKg . i~
lEs C osof 206' Niort c otre, Puh aypa~ea ils~wade
aithe by rumal doar blprs n durto l the ho-raln.
roml A. .to 2n P a. M.,and r6 to 9a P.la dM. eoa
Aveoce cfre. Whosevr nid now hvrtisai cond
Purel an o he ayrnto niove t ould Ara a
sengglt o reet f la-dclent sdtp. rit-tl
oties.Ebsoug Syrcup . sa imatood. * N
URSe Jn n.t*.. SolOb gENstA
Is ur ghildBUS ANDfu 61 neit tli At nAATose
shoul n hsaee> :md rIZ~lI.~.nd itJ . I. lio,
raite byn Wil o b,' ns yourl:gtehouu r
Al.c frNcLc.& Whso.e wNa .nowLLis eO.ld
6 &i an themwar tof l 65re~ Itat roada
CRA INADOMi PROV SHNBROER
en on receip o. S-t shacmgp.~
Ch72t An WE E . Wilalya oeetllyordrs o ou
etr n i e t ruate tat aitfi lasth If s .
Evry isaciret t2 has lourI trad-sar
and eSPaEdC FrAORS. O
AENT AN PRVIIO EI3RO'E.
tnMbrallierinvete dc Walchangts airno
sto w wikClto St. loas nd'al Minatei 2
rk av o elas voalao tray re baetwti
wllaaoaithNo olndrb mil cueodr on out
a~igad.llt I00 OT. aLNNG M CO.,br
Ev ier, pacie uart u ou raemar
md Is m . arned F ers.Alaiose a Ow,
TGIN E WAND E W HO.~t t 3sl
or of notl~s st~uyigaardeug. Wllkta STh0
oes wl alro. ni Dspepa an ivet di,
dull ermo andmanya vaancpul
apar Watu cis wre in wsroayng and his n
ra refste to. to hs dutyl,mit lmos
Zehingo Co. do rs Pa.~o, wlstas iaralyz
crutcheEs ine Brwin's pprn bltter,
M.Witaea, by Roc ll 2S. C., s:
suared ZOn,.- L..nI -i.
HEALTH s .WEALTH.
eOMl of Body lWeai of MinI
MH ODAT ULOD 1UIbZI
I = d u4Wed a oe and
a bon OW lVt ea a your eom.
Radway's Sarsaparill Ian
Armed0!y c~jpfo4e of ftgredlnls &of eztraor.
Ha..e..raa nvira19r1te e broken wn anti4
Pi~s~y-QIg ft3AAr, SAis sad PURA
I W a ne the complaint may be
R e r.4vru intpi
?e~I~utedwother It be mrofula0eonsM~l
IrnbkI, liver, onoh or bowletr
p a a-wstssuesthes
theo b?'Ls nhealthy, the process of repair
The SarsaparIlUan Resolvent
Im n but seurs
re "0 = M4actn ffach of t0 or it
1atablahes throughout the entire system otion.
4 harmon and supslies thb blood yos.
"el Ithn pr an healthycreto
T7 W if, t uu Saw, after a few days' use
xthe SaSparl an, becomes clear and
beautiful Pimples, blotches, black a a
sia er ptlons are rmoved a d are s oon
mied . ron lenng f1rom Morel n euptive
06242, that have sooumulmedand spread, either
-rom fncured diseases or mercury, or from the
noao01 coeve sublimnate. man reyoa cure
If $he 81maparillian is continued a su oliet time
0 make Its Impression on the yastem.
One btlecnasmore of the active princi
eof ediones nM any other Pleparation.
'e in teasnu doses, while others require
Iye or "i tiesaImchL
OLe Dolax a I3ottle.
R. R. R.
Radway's Ready Relief,
VIM4heCpest and Best Medlelne for
=11iY Use In the World.
In from one to trenty minutes never falls to
relieve Fain With one thorough application:
matter how violent or excruciatingthe pain,
0 o, Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crapplod,
Nevu,Neuralgi or prostratedwtdsee
aY u DWAY'S READY RELIEF will
ENFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER,
INFLAMM&TION OF THE BOWELS,
CONGESTIOli OF THE LUNGS,
BORE THROAT, DIFF0ULT BREATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA,
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST BITEsA
3RUISES, LUMBAGO, 8CIATICAt
COUGHS, COLDS, SPRAINS,
PAINS INt THE CHEST, BACR
or LIMBS are instantly relieved.
Il4iITS VARIOUS FORly1g.
FEWER AND AGUE.
Fno R Are ) AGU n cured forO cts There Is
It will in a few moments, when taken internally
acoring to th dirctions, cure nans ps
lPaptation ofth eart,old Cils lseia,
Wind in the Bowels a alInternal IPains.
Travlekshol N ways arr a bttle of RAD.
"krg fter."Iti'bet.r'tFrenc randyf
s lterrs asa stimulant.
Kinerm an Lumbermen should always
Perfeot, Purgative, Soothing, Aperi
eaS Act without Pain, A1wayS
~eliable and NIatural
A VEGETABLE BUBSTITUTE FO
erfcl tasteles eleatly coated wit swe -
RADway's Prua f or the ours of san disorders ot
th Stotc , i Bowls Kdes Bladder,
peut, Hedace 0 raon, 0sieess, in o
of m~sp Pl aud dee, nl a
the Internal Vicra. Purely vee tale contain.
On uy ltahor deletei drugs
fro Die O the Digeste gan Conati a.
Head Aoldltyet the Stomach, Nausea. Heartburn,
Digt adMod Funes orih i n l the t
the HerChoking or fluffering Sensations wIzen
webs bfore th iht. Fever and dn Pain in the
Heed Defc nc of Prspiratin Yelowness of
Labd odnFlse f Heat, Bu'rning ii
A fewdoses of Ranwny Prmus~ wil free the
System fi'om all the above-amed disorders.
SOLD BY DRUGGIBTI
Pulses as (louts ler Dex.
RA "PAL8E AND 'TRUE."
Sead a better stamp to RADWAY h CO., No. S
W~roworth thousands will be se
To, the Poule.
ae"RADWAE" eo at yo buy,
R'EEI Moo'mw 'IA is., 4uAIaofJns
UTT~o OW.Mnody&'.o.'SI W,9I ,(lirnasi.(
toto 820 %n 'a free2N'
O0:rmphor Milk In tim *,.* W101.yA 5',1~ Z stnts
AiruEarP WAree. VA 'r l / IM'sy uasts
PAIL4S to interent Jhis congrega
ly accused of biniig a poo.r preacher,
at is not alwatys where the troubic
lorders are resp~onsib~le for many a
it, When the D~ominie'ii digestive
arves arc giving him pain, and his
impossible to miake or to p reach a
lister a bottle of Brown's Iron it-.
sunday's preaching*eThle Rev. Mr.
d, and cold( not walk except with
ide a new man of him. The Rev..
'It restored ime to strength and vi
( or the mnis~iter. but fre nI11n.Vepl