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Selentiflcally Accounted flor, ind' Somn
Remote Causes that produce Pain
fAl Results Explained.
The following synopsis of a lectzte de
hvered by Dr. Hiorace R. Hamilton be
fore the Now York Society for the promo
tion of science, contains so much that. is
timely and important that It can be read
with both Interest and profit:
There is probably no subject of modern
times that has caused and le causing great.
or attention than the origin of totnadocs.
Scientists have studied it for the benefit of
humanity; men have investigated it for the
welfare of their families. Jt has been a
0 vexed subject long considered,and through
all this investigation the cyclone has swept
across the land carrying destruction to
scientists as well as to the inocent dwell
era in its track. One thing, however, is
certain; the cause of the cyclone must be
sought far away from the whirling body
of wind Itself. Its results are powerful;
Its cause must also be powerful. Jbt us
therefore consider a few facts. First, the
appearance of a cyclone is Invariably
preceded by dark spots upon the tace of
the sun. These spots, indicating a dis
turbed condition of the solar regions, net
essarily affect the atmosphere of our earth.
An unusual generation of heat in one part
of the atmosphere is certain to cause a par.
tial vacuum in another portion. Air must
rush in to fill this vacuum. Ilenco the dis
turbances-honce the cyclone. This theory
finds additional confirmation in the fact
that tornadoes come during the day and
not at night. The dark spots upon the
surface of the sun, whatever they may be,
seem to cause great commotion in the at
mosphere of the world, and it is almost
certain that the extremely wet weather of
the present season can be accounted for on
precisely this basis. Is it reasonable to
suppose that the marvelous cifect of the
sun upon vegetation and life in general
shall be less than upon the atmosphere
itself through which its rays come? The
cause is remote, but the effect is here.
After describing some of the terrible ef
fects of the cyclone, the speaker went on
This rule finds its applicatiot' in nearly
every department of life An operator is
in San Francisco-the click of the instru
nient manipuliated by his fingers, in New
York. The president mikes a slight stroke
of the pen in his steidy at the White
House, and the whole nation is aroused by
the act. An uneasiness and disgust with
everything in life, commonly called home
Pickness, is felt by many people, when the
cause is to be found in the distant home
thousands of miles away. An uncertain
pain may be felt in the head. It is repeat
ed in other parts of the body. The appe
tite departs and all energy is gone. Is the
cause necessarily to be tound in the head?
The next, day. the feeling increases. There
are added symptoms. They continue and
become more aggravated. The slight pains
in the head increase to ationies. The nau
sea becomes chronic. The heart grows
irregular, and the breathing uncertain. All
these effects have a definite cause; and,
after years of deep experience upon this
subject, J do not hesitate to say that this
cause is to be found in some derangemnent
of the kidneys or liver far away from that
portion of the body in which these cffects
anpear. But one may say, I have no pain
wh.tever in my kidneys or liver. Very
true, Neither have we any evidence that
there is a tornado on the surface of the
sun; but it is none the less certain that the
tornado is hiere, and it is none the less cer
tain that these great org~ans of the body
are the cause of thie trouible althnugh there
may be no pain in their vicinity.
I know wiuereof 1 speak, for 1 have
p~assedi through this very experience my.
self. Nearly ten rears ago, I was the ptC
ture of health, weimhitur more tihan 200
pounds, and as strong and healthy as any
man I ever knew. When I felt the symp.
tomis 1 have above described, they caused
me annoyance, not only by reason of their
aggravating nature, but because I never
felt any pain before. Other doctors told
me I wa'is tronbled with malaria, and I
treated myself accordmigly. I did not be
lieve, however, that malaria could show
such aggravated symplltomfs. It never oc
cuirredl to me that, analysis would help solve
the trouble, as 1 did not presume mty di t'
iceulty was located in that. portion of the
b dy. But I continued to grow wvorse. 1
stomach nearly every day. I felt a great
(desire to eat, and yet I loathed food. I
was constantly tiredl andi still I could not
sleep. My brain wvas unusually active,
but I could not think connectedly. My
existeiice was a lhving misery. I conitin
ued In tis conmdition for nearly a year;
never free from pein, nmever for a moment
haplpy. Such an existence is far worse
than death, for which I confess I earnestly
1t was while suifermig thus that a frhendi
adivisedi me to make a final attempt, to re
cover my health. I sneered inwardly at
his suggestion, lbut I was to00 weak to make
any resistance. lie furnished ine wvithi a
remedy,- simptle yet palatablie and withii
two days I observed a slight chiange for
the better. This awakened my courage,
I felt that I would not (lie at that time. I
continued the use of the reiiidy,-takinig it
in accordance with directions, until I be
came not only restored to my lormer health
aud strength, but of greater vigor than I
have before known. Th'lis condition has
contiinued up to thie p~resent time, and I
believe I should have (tied as miserably
as thousandls of other mn hiavo dhied and
are (lying every (lay hiad it not been for
the simple yet woniderful power of War
ner's hafe Cure, the remedy I emp~loyedi.
Thel lecturer then describ~ed hits mecans
of restoratIon more in detil, and~ coincli
ded as follows:
My complete recovery has caused me to
investigate the subject more carrfuilly, and
I believe I have discovered the key to
most ill health of our modern cuvilizatiin.
I am fully confident that four-fihs of the
dliseases which dfil et humanity might be
avoidted were the kidineys and liver kept
In perfect condition. Were it possible to
control the action of the sun, cyclones
could uIndoubtely be avertedl. Trhat,
however, is one ot the things t hat cannot
be. But I rejoice to say that it is possible
to control the kidneys and liver, to rend~er
their action wholly normnal, and their ef
fec, upon the system that of iurmflers rallier
than poisoners. That this end has been
accoimpilihedt largely by means of the re.
medy I have named I do not have a dloubt
and .1 feel it my dluty to make thuis openi
declaration for the enhightentnent of the
professIon andl for the benefit of suffering
humanhty in all parts 01 the world.
A recent French process consista in
permeating fabrics with a solution of
tin. A mixture of zinc powdor and dis
solved albumen is first made atid spread
over the fabric by a brush, and, after
drying, the stuff is passed first through
superheated steam, then through a so
lution of chloride of tin. In this way,
an exceedingly thin layer of tin is spread
over the whole side of the fabric, which
is thus rondered waterproof and pro
tected against ordinary rough usage.
The skeleton of the carion crow
weighs when dry only twenty-three
PRAcJoAL HINTs ON GROWING FiauiT.
-If you want large crops of the finest
strawberries, plow or spade th ground
deep. Keep Ithem well worked with
cultivator or hoe, and mulch heavily
with straw, hay, leaves, or pine
"needles" through the winter and
through fruiting season, over the entire
If you want more than one crop of
fruit from your strawberries, plow or
spade up ground betieen the row im
mediately after last picking is made,cut
off tops, and work among the plants in
the row with a fork potato digger, and
then scatter thickly among the vines
hen manure superphosphato or well de
composed barn yard manure, or water
them with night slops, or wash water,
and keep them well cultivated or hoed
until winter sets in. Remember, to
yield well next yearthe fruit must make
its growth and form its "fruit germs"
the season before.
To grow small fruit from seed lay the
rruit out on thick soft paper and wash
it gently and lot it dry, and then rub it
Dver, and sow seed in boxes half to
two-thirds filled with rich earth and
ind an inch of clear sand on top, and
in this sow seed, and keep moistoned
To grow strawberries under glass,have
plants set near the glass and air well on
Don't leave an old strawberry bed
that is one mass of matted plants, to
bear fruit, but as early in the spring as
possible, spade under strips of plants 15
inches wide, and leave strips to fruit 9
to 12 inches wide.Work those out nicely
with a fork potato digger, and scatter
Dver the ground and among the plants
well rotted compost. You will get dou
ble the crop of fruit off these rows than
you would if left in a matted bed, and
too, much finer fruit.
If you want to secure a good crop of
raspberries or blackberries from a few
plants in your garden in time of drouth,
sink close to the root, fruit or oyster
Dans, with a very small hole in the bot
tom and 1111 with water occasionally. If
the hole is small a can tilled will last a
Jay. The same can be done with a fow
sti awberries, and increase crop and size
of fruit wonderfuly-especially it wash
water is used.
If you want to grow fair fruit and
good crops of peaches, cherries and
plums, got a few gallons of gas tar,tako
a long polo, rub the end in tar and then
set it on fire and hold it under and
among the limbs of the tree, just as the
blossoms are fa ling, when dow or rain
is on the troo, and follow it up for four
or six weeks. Another plan is to mix a
spoonful of carbolic acid and one spoon
lul of soap in a pall of water and throw
through the tree just as blossoms are
falling, and once or twice after until
fruit gets one-fourth size. Still another
plan is to use same amount of korosene
oil in the same way.
EGYPrIAN CoRN.--A cereal recently
introaiuced into Kansas and New Mexi.
co, it is said, was originally brought
from Southern Russia. The first
knowledge we had of its introduction
into this country. waa some seed sent to
as last season from San Anglos, Cali
fornia, - where it Is sometimes called
pampas rice. We plintod it as soon as
received, and though it grew vigorously
suo obtined a good growth for our chi
nate, it failed to openi. We were told
5hat it was used in California principally
is f00(d for fowl, no mention being made
f its use for bread. It is a cereal re
icembling very mnuch our common millet
lithough wve should think the kornial is
somewhat larger. it would undouibted ly
L'oustituto a good fced for stock the same
ais miilet does, though we have known
the latter to be ground like Indianr coin
and used for bread, which was said to
be nearly as palatable and nutritious i~s
that made from cornmeal. If, as is ata
teod, it is unaffected by drought, worms
and grasshoppors and other pests, and
is largely productive, we see no rt aion
why it may not constitute a staple of
production among farmer. in those
states where thre seasons are longer, aind
the climuates less rigorous thani in New
England. We advise our farmers io
umake a trial of it.
IIANolKo-BARKETs,-Rodl flower' pots
can be convertedt into these pretty bas
kets for lawns or pores. Two large
pots, of the ton-inch size will make a
handsome pair. Goct a small brad-awl
cud gimlet of a large size, and a small
saw-blade set in a handle; work holes in
rows all around the po0ts half ian inch
wide (first softening themi by stnkingI
over night). Give the surface two coats
of stone-colorea paint, then sprinkle
with sand ini which mix diamond dust
or fronting; or paint white, and dust
with marble or stonecutter's sand, mix
ed with frosting; this will give a sur
face like marble or stone, as may be
WATERMELON SYRUP. -A Southern n ri
ter says that those who have never eat
en it have no0 idea how delicious and
pleasant flavored watermelon syrup) i ; it
is next to imap~lo syrup anid far superior
to the sorghum mulaisses, having none
of its stroiig taste. Press tihe juice out
of the melons an any way convenicint; it
will be about like maple sap or sweet
cider; then it is to bo boiled in about
the samie waly as maple sap is miade into
1N saving wvatermeloni seedri be carn
ful to select melons from ieolds in wvhich
only one variety ha been grown. Mel
ens of different varieties readily mix.
arid, although the meolons may appar
enrtly be all that is desired, the appear
anrce gives no inrdicatioin of thre lacts.
Seed selected fromi mixed varieties airo
worthless if planters expet melons to
equal those from which the seed is tak
en hreni the crop is garthered the sue
A YAT~rI county correspondent of the
New York Tribunec reports that a quino.>
bublh grafted on commion thorn and
wvithrout being cultivate dI has borne e g
ular crops of fruit for over forty years.
He thiuks that this pointa a moral to
n ursorymeon, as the quince upon its own
roots is uncertain and short-jived.
Tuns Canada thi-tle porpe:uates itself
chiefly by means of root stalks, which
are full of dormant buds,anrd hence any
piece an inch long will send up a stalk.
A single plant in an ordinary cultivated
field will seen spread all over it by means
of the roots.
STRONG GROwINo grape vines should
be allowed ample space on whicli to
spread1. The Concord, for instance, bas
proved in several cases to give mere
fruit en a given area when the vines were
twenty to twenty.-four feet apart than a
distman of.weve e.
xmATam Frwwan.-It requires a
certain amouht of patience to achieve
success in making feather flowers, while
satisfactory results are sure to add a
smiling beauty to the adorning of an
atistically appointed household. Fash
ionablei rusticating in the country can
easily procure a bunch of white geese
feathers and amuse themselves an hour
or so by cutting out of these feathets
leaves like the flowers that are to be
copied. Make the bulbs of beeswax
and rosin mixed togother in equal pro.
portions, to this stick the leaves, the
stamens and centre parts of wire and
zephyr. In painting the leaves a nice
delicate to".ch should be had in order
to give a natural effect. Get' tube
paints, such as are used for oil paintings.
After painting the leaves lay them aside
to dry. Do not use them for ten or
twelve hours at least. A tube each of
Dhrome yellow, rose madder, clear
white and Prussian blue will be all the
paints required to produce a lovely
bouquet. Mix the yellow and blue to
obtain green for painting the leaves.
With a little practice in mixing paints,
they can be made as beautiful as wax.
rhere are several ways to use feather
lowers besides clustering them. A
wreath, a cross, an anchor and birds
are often made and placed in boxes with
a rich velvet background and (ine glass
in front, bordered with a frame-work of
velvet, or wood exquisitely decorated
with water-color pictures, making an
elegant parlor ornament.
After Meals, Torture.
tuth is the lot of the dyspoptic. Prevention,
where indigetion has not asstinc( the chronic
Iphiac, anc a it iorough citre where it has, Is possi
ble of n'talntnent by those who resort to los
tetter's Stomach ihti ers, a ronety of established
reputiat ton, botanie origin an1( rare purity. Heart.
bitt, iatiulence, pain In the abuloineu aftereating,
aind a sinking sensation in that region between
nils, are entirely obviateil by this fine correc
itve. Nausea, illous 8y lptOnt1s and constipation
ire also entirely removed by i. Lack of vigor,
:oss of 11041 anti want of appetite are usually
troubles which conotribito to the (liscom fort of suf
ferei front inlligest ion,but for these,no well as other
onltOhnlitaitag of the tialaCiy, liostetter's Stomach
mitters ia a recognizei specinc. While it regn
tates it strengthents the systim. Fever att ague,
1hlmat1Ia oalt tier, ous alments are effectuaily
rel eve i by It. and tIs alu IcolparaIe sustalining
eartitai for ihitrili persons of ativaneeii years or
weatN Col.4It U'1on.
AUTUMN LEAVES. -To preserve the
brilliant colors of autue-n leaves, their
atoms should be dipped in melted yel
low beeswax. The loaves should be
well dried. By piercing the leaf near
the stem with thread wire they can be
woven on coarser wire, or on large cord,
into any description of garland or de
sign. It is of the first importance to
select the most beautiful and brightly
tinted leaves. Those with odd, bright
spots and unnatural marks are consid
ered the choicest. Those leave4, too,
which are touched with ripeness and
delicately shaded in color from the up
per and broader part to the point, are
very desirable to intersperse with the
gaudier ones. Being well dried and
pressed, they can be perfectly prepared
for adorning a room by quickly ironing
eah' leaf with a moderately heated
smoothing iron drawn quickly oyer a
piece of beeswax. Ferns are best gath
ored in September and October.
Wainutit I.car nlair Restorer.
It is ent rely tlid fent from all othiers. It Is
as clear as1 wat er, a11tt li Ita natno initeis is
a pbert'eet Vegelabile 1HaIr Restorer. It will ,im
tuliad~tely I ree ho hleal trom atll diandruiflre
store gray hair to its na*t :n2a color, and pro
'ince a ne11w growth whero It has fallien off.~ Ii
tIoes not iln anyl mianner affect thle heal1th,
wichl* tphur, sugar0 of .ead and11 nItrate of
siverplreparali 114tiohaveldone. It will change
lightor fadted hair in a fewtdays toea beautit'ul
glossay brownI. Ask your druggist for It. Each
ho,1t*eis warrantedl. S~Miyr, KLINE & Co.,
Who14)lsale Agen1ts4, Piladelphtia, P'a. andi
C. N. CRITTILNToN. New York.
D IPIHTHKEuIA.--Physicians ascribe the
prlovalenee 0f dliphtheria a' the pres
aut da~y Jargely to badly-tr.mmed,
smo~ky, Ik erosene lamps, which are some
times loft but ning in chambers all night,
turned dlown low, filling the room with
their poisonous fumes. A specific for
thphtheria is sulphur, a teaspoonful
mixed im a wvino glass of water with the
finger to mix it more thoroughly, used
as a gargle. In recent cases, this will
b.inug immediate rei. Some of the
preparation 81hould1 be swallowed. A
London physician mixed sulphur with
glycerinio, and gave a tablespoonful or
meire, accordin~g to the age of the pa
tient, thico or four times a day, apply
Ing the same remedy to the rostrils
with a sponge, and (lid not lose the
casoe, Buoloro this he had lost several.
An olti lphy~slcian, retiredi from* practlee, having
htt piaet-i in Is nanuis b~y aln East lutha inission
nry3 thle forlaltila of a 14ttup le4 vegetable remnedy tor
Ithe spIeetly an111i permanenlttt cutre of Consumpltionl
nrIonehltas, Ltarrh, Asthm1al lint alt throat allt1
l.ung A llections, 1also1 a poithive unti rattcl el rei
for1 Nerlvous DetbilIty 1111( all1 Nervolta Uomplatuts,
lter navIng lesteti its woutierftil curatIve powers
Il t 1o1usan11d1 of tases, ha1s1 ltl it Is hlly to make
it known to is 143ulIng leltows. Actulateatl by tis
mot(1 lve an111 1 a tre to relIeve hum~lanl suffering. .I
wull Mlnii free ol enarge, to ll who tiesire it, tils
reilite, Il Giermn, Irechi or English, with1 full1
by athlre.ssmg il th ltninp, Ilamilng this .paper, w.
A. Nov Es 14*4 Iower's 1.1.ck Rocheste'r A. 1.
TnE bcst ginger cookies that I have
ever tasted hnd in lace of the usual
cup1 of water a cup of swetet milk. This
gave a lightness to the cakos that water
cannot give. T1he formula for these Is:
Two~i cut-s of New Orleans molasses, one
ctup of sugar, andl one cup of sweet
milk, half a cutp of bird, one teaspoon
ful of ginger und of soda, andl half a
teatspoonftul of satlt. Th'le lard, Instead
of betmg tuolted, should be rubbed with
the flour the same as for pie-crust.
Fl.t)nES(1H, (1A.-Dr. w. ni. Prather, says:
"tlIown's *1ron hItters lhave givent saltIslaetionI in
everr utstantl~ e' 1 have1 kontwn it ulsedl
CrNmAuon tarts please the chilren.
To eight unlces of butter allow one
poud of filour, one, pound of brown
sutgar, three eggs; rub buttter and sugar
to a crenm, add the eggs, leaving ot
the white of one, stir in theo flour, roll
thtin, anid cut in thicc-inch squares;
before puting into the oveni, rub the
to1) with the whlite of the egg, and
spiinkle with (inilnmon and sugar
mixed. A blauched almond or an Euig
lisl w*einut may bo pla cd in the centre,
or may be broken in bits and a pice
putt inl eachl 0. rJtr.
"welts'I tealthll Renewer"restores hlealth amti vIgor
Cures D~ys~pepsia, llmpdtece, sexual D~ebility. Si.
Tuis way of making a plum pudding
cannot bte too highly recomimendedi: If
fresh plums are in season, use them; if
not, take a quart can of pltums; put
thoem in a basmu on the stove when hot,
sweeteu them plenteously; soak seyeral
811c08 of bread in the juice, then line a
pudding-dish with the bread, and pour
the plums in. Servo, cold, withocream.
1)r. Kline's Great stervo Rtestorer is the
marvel of the age for all nerve diseases. All
t o p fre. Send to 931 Arch Street,
Satmon can swim twenty miles an
hour and even nand catnarats
about any war record," said an
Arkansas orator at a political' meeting.
"My war reoord is a part of the State's
history- Why, gentlemen, I carried
the last Conf eerate gag through tids
town." "Y," replied a by-stander,
"for I was here at the time." "Thank
you for your fortunate recolleotion,"
gratefully exclaimed the orator. "It
is pleasant to know that there still lives
some men who move aside envy and
testify to the courage of their fellow.
beings. As I say, gentlemen, my war
record is a paro of this State's history,
for the gentleman' here will tell you
that I carried the last Confederate lag
through this townt" "That's a fact,'
said the man who had witnessed the
performance. "Re carried the last
Uonfederate flag through this town,
'and he carried it so blamed fast you
couldn't have told whether it was a
Union Jack or a smallpox warning."
HAY FMv9R. I can recommend Ely's
Cream Malin to all Hay-Fever sufferers, it
Is, In my opinion, a sure cure. I was af
flicted for 25 years, and never before i
found permanent relief.-W. H. HnAsxis, i
HAY FAEVit. I have been a Hay-Fever
sufferer for three years; have often heard
Ely's Cream Bairm spoken of in the high.
est terms. I used it, and with the most
wonderful success.-T. B. GOaU, Byracuse,
"Wno was that pretty girl you had
down to the island last Wednesday ?"
asked a Joralemon street man of a Rem.
sen street friend, as they met yesterday
"Wednesday, Wednesday," pondered
the Remsen street man. ",Was I at
the island on Wednesdayl "
"Yes, and you had a girl with you."
"A brunette ?" queried the Remsen
street man, still puzzled.
"No, I saw you there Tuesday with
the brunette, but this wasnt't the one."
"Was she a blonde? No. I 'ad the
blonde down there Thursday and: Fri
day. What kind of a looking woman
was she ?"
"Rather slender, and you didn't
seem to want to take supper there.
Heard you tell her you'd get something
to eat when you got back to Brooklyn."
"Oh, [ know. Certainly, Wednesday.
Why, old follow that was my wife.
Come and take something,"
Are the long list of uselcis and often Injurious
remelles put upon the world by ignorawt pre
tenders. st. hertutrn's eqitlble Ilffls clain no
ilraculou origin, and ithet tse of the mimel roots
of which they are coiposetl is as old as medlicine.
The phlegm, blood, and bile of the body must be
kept pure In order to insure health, and this coin
pound operates upon the stomacti, liver. kidneyi,
and sKin. With that object modern science has
never discovered its equal. For sale by all drug
"AnE you, sweat maid, searching
among the dewy verdure for the tinted
hare-bell? Or do the gold-tipped cow
slip or the graceful fern wile thee from
the crowded haunts of men ?" we asked
a rustio maiden, as she stood with her
large liquid eyes gazing in wrapped
meditation on the grassy knoll.
"I'm a huntin' daud'lion ruts, yer
store-clothed ijjiot,' she softly mur
mured; "an' ef yer sling any more o'
yer sass at me, I'll put a head on yer."
You have tried everything for your
Heart [Disease? Nt'o, sir. Allow me to
sho v you Dr. Graves' Heart Itegulator,
been In miarket 30 years, great many good
testimonials from Its us.,. Only $1. per
bottle at your druggists.
I3EFonE going to the sea side, Gain
Gom goes to a hosior to purchase a
"How do you wish to have it ?" said
the hosier; "we have them in cotton
"Give me a woolen one. I under
stand that the water is very cold this
Imaglue for a moment the thousands 1
upon thousands of bottles, of Carboli no, the
(1eodoriz'd petroleutn hair renewer, annu- I
ally sold, and the lact, that not a single
complaint has been receIved from all these
thousands, and you may have some idea
of its good qualitIes.
A QUESTION OF GRAMMAR:
"Well, my dear," says tlle Countess
de X., to one of her friends, "doest
your little boy learn well ?"
"He is beginning to deeline"
The dear Countess, raising her eyes
"To, decline ? and so young I"
The F'razer Axle Grease
is the best in the market. It Is the moat
eceonmical and cheapest, one box lasting as
long as two of any ottier. One greasing will
last two weeks. It receIved firet premium at
the Centennial and ParIs Exposutions, also
modals at various State fairms. Bay no other.
Lrrn CAnDINALnhas gained the prize
for memory at his school.
Madam Cardinal is de lighted, andi
says to her friend:
"Would you believe that he said all 4
the verses of T1heramenes' recital one I
by one I"
"Mine repeated them two by two,"
proudlly replied Madame Cardinal's
Feot DY8PEPSIA, INntGEiarlON, depression of Spir
its and general debalhty,in their various forms; also
as a preventive against fever andl ague and other
mtermilttent fevera, the "Ferro-P'hosphorated
Elixir of Calisaya" umude by Caawell, Hazai d & Co., 1
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is tile best
tonte; and for patients recovering from fever or
other sIckness, It las no equal.
A young village girl has obtained the
praz~ lor modesty.
"lSo, my child," saidl a .Parisian lady
to her, "you are the most modest young
"Oh, for that, madam, 1 can pride
myself. And, I may add, if I have not
had the other prizes it is by pure in
Judge J1. M. Smit h, N. Y., used succstfulfly
2 bottlestor Dr. Ehinore's laheumatne-Gouta
line for his 25-year old rheumatic gotut, atter'
tryling in Vain everythIng eltae. lie saya If
IR. G. cost $Z500 a bottle he would buy it..
IT is ditlcult to repens or what gives
[aidIes andl chuloien's boots and shoes
cannot run over if Lyon's Patent Heel
.Stiffeners are used
Tnurn is the highest thing that man
Fer ThIck Henads,
Heavy stomaea illhous conditions--wells' May
Apple PI'Il-antl-'blilous, cathartIc. 10 and 25c.
An Invaluable strength-ener for the nerves, mnus
cles andl digestive organsproducing strengi h anal
appetite, Is nrown's Iron usitters.
TiE farmers are the founders of eiv
You would use~I~i. Patriek's Salve If you
know the godnnwal do..se D.ma
M. B. WAS TALKING, the other day,
with Dumas lUs.
"Do you knpw that wh# 4tpases mo
'n the iuman spedies, is the p rofouna
)ottntenent that each one feel within
"Above all the idiots.," said Dumos.
"Exactly. Thus I never hear one of
hom say aloud, 1 who em.an Idiot,"'
"The reason of that Is," replid the
buthor of the "Demi-monde," "because
it that precise moment he would be an
ntelligent man I"
Bard Linps In iireast.
Dr. R. V, PinRoE, Buffalo, N. Y.: Dear
Wir- wrote you some time ago that I
;hought I had a cancer. There was a large
lnup in my breast as large as-a walnut, and
lad been there four mouaths. I conmenced
taking your "Golden Medical Discovery
"Favorite Prescription" and "'ellets" In
June, and the lump is gone.
Yours gratefully, MAR. It. 1. OLARK
RED OAnnAGE mixed with white makes
m excellent pickle. Slice tlie cabbage
rery fine; for three heads of cabbage
cald two quarts of vinegar of medium
itrength, add twb tablespoonfuls of
iugar; put into a bag one tablespoonful
iach of cloves and cinnamon, and half
i teaspoonful of black popper; put the
ittle bag of spices in the vinegar when
you scald is, and let it remain In the
?an when you pour the vinegar in over
,he cabbage; Vess the cabbage down
with a plate with the weight on it, so
'hat the cabbage will be under the vin.
"lcecamue Sound and Well1."
11. V. PiF.c, M. b.: Dear SLr-My wife
who had been ill for over two years, and
had tried many other medicines, becaino
sound and well by using your ' Favorite
Prescription." My niece was also cured
by its use, after several physicians had
failed to do her any good.
Yours truly, THOMAS J. METHVIN,
Hatcher's Station, Ga.
A composition has been invented by
MM. Dankwork and Landers of St. Pe.
ersburg, which is reported to be tough,
ilastic, water-proof, , insulatqg-.izn
ihort, a nearly suffloient sabstitut4 for
india-rubber. It Is composed of a mix.
lure of wood- and coal tar, lihseed oil
zokerit, spermaceti and sulphur.which
ire thoroughly mixed and heated for a
long time in large vessels by means of
No Trouble to Swallow.
Dr. Pierce's "Pellets" (the original "little
liver pills") and no pain or gripiug- Cure
sick or billous headache, sour stomach, and
ileanse the system and bowels. 23 couts a
The doctors disagree. The now fa.
nous fossil footprints found last year at
Darson, Nevada, and supposed to have
3een made by prehistoric human glinte
ire regarded by Professor 0. 0. Marsh
is probable tracks of a large sloth. It
:s stated, however, that Dr. Harknese
itill insists that the impressions were
left by a species of man, and that he
inds his theory strengthened by fresh
liscoveries of tracks even more clearly
leflued than those first uncovered.
Dr. Graves' Heart Regulator cures all
,orms of Hearl Disease, nervousness and
A novel method is adopted in China te
3rotect carrier pigeouis from birds of
~rey, An apparatus made of about ten
,mall bamboo tubes is attached to the
?igeon's tail in such a way that a shrill
whistling sound is produced by the rush
)f air across the tubes.
Malaria, chills, positively cured by
Emory's Standard Cure Pills. Their equal
mnknown; sugar coated; no griping, 25c.
SoccoTAsJ.-TaIke the husks and
ilk from one-half dozen ears of sugar
orn and with a sharp .knife cut the
~rnels from the cob, Place on the
re one pint of Limna beans, with suffi
ient water to cover them, one hour
>efore needed for dinner; let them sim
nor slowly for three-quarters of an
iour, then add corn and boil fiteen
ninutes; season with butter, pepper
mud salt, and send to the table ~hot.
Ililk may be used instead of water if
All unpleasant feelings, the result of in
erruptcd digestion, are speedily reinoved
>y GASTRINE. All druggists.
ConN lioUP.--Take six ears of corn,
mt an:l scrape from the cob so as to
get all the milk, add water enongh to
yrevent it fromt burning, boil twenty
ninutes, then add one pint of milkr,
utter the size of an egg, a little salt
md pepper to suit the taste, let it come
1o a boil and serve while hot,
Thiat Husband of lMne
[a three times the man he was before he began
ising Wells' Ilealth R(enewer. $1. Druggst.
Fon CnAMrs.-A cold application to
he bare feet, such as iro'i, water, rock,
iarth or ice, when it can be had, is an
ircellent remedy for cramp. if the
yatient is seized In the upper part of
he body, al~pty the remedy to the
To PnEVENT 111LK idoUnlrNG. An
ffectual remedy for milk turning In
ummer time consists in adding to each
mart fifteen grains of bi-carbonate ot
oda. This does not ffnet the taste cf
he milk, wLile it facilitates the dliges
R1ev. WV. B. Smith, OiRAFroN, MAss., says "I
ave dterivedt benefit from using Brown's Iron lit
e~ra for a low st ate of blood."
GOvoORINE SOAP.-TIake toilet soap,
lice and melt with gentle heat, and add
a one pound of soa pone ounce of pure
flycerine; when su fflcienily cool make
The pills ave wa 7Stedl to he PUJIELY vege
able, free from alj mineral Snd other poisonon'
imbatances. They are a certain cure for Conati
pation. Sick Hleadache, Dyapepsia. Bilousness,
rorpid LIver. Loss of Appetite, and all dIsease
irising from the
Livers Stojsnach, Blowels or
They remove all obatrpetlona from thp ciannel.
of the system andi prfy the blood, thereby 1m
parting health, strength and Y igor. Sol by drug.
gIst., or sent by mall fr 25 cents in stamps by
-P. NEUSTAEDTER & CO.,
83 Meroer at,, New York,
Sole Manufacturers of ST. BERINARDVEOE
send for otrcular.
"'NEAR THE NOSE "
A HUNT BWS KXPERnENOEe
OQCzeo, ILL, Feb. 2 108
40)ri "h)%terW iSQ. I abod lItah In
wr o~tr, &aviano 0 0 ~o tot gC1 u6 4. to
,Iatad a out o yfaendore
bose r 10 ne 1 nose, wjieh remained
Ior It; eats. . '1
Ztrie e.othi I could nd. and had the best ph
n ago ootorin tfor over two year. Final
~ LUsNN _1V~l lSOAP. A2It Ito a 53051 th,
d or ef a an an er
Iways feel like reeonending this soap theo pub0
"W991A tImestold eyorybody of Its marvelous ours,
to meG. re main, yours q niretf.
PRANK 0. WELLs.
Room U, 40,Dsarborn Street, Cihiago, Ill.
GLENN'S SULPHUR sOAPwillelimeinate poisonous
Skin Diseases when all other means have /aded; and will
quickly banish lesor afliction. and keep the skin clear
and beautirul. The genuine always bears the namo of
1. N. CosatIenton, Up Fulton Street, New Yprk, Sole
Proprietor. For sale by all Druggists, or mailed to any
address on receipt of Sq.. in itantps, or three oaks
German Corn Remover Kills Corns and Buniones
CATA H' El' CreamBaln
when applied by the
el S finger lntQ the nos
trils, will be absorb.
ed, effectually Wleans
lun the head Of ca.t
R RES I tarrhal virus, causna
healthy seerotionh.. I
alla y inflammation,
IIAYFEY roteols thre niem
AYFEVER gan' *'of te na
passages trom addl.
tional colds, com
pletely heals the sores
.W and restores taste
and swell. A few
(S applications rolleve.
A thorough treat
. ment tll .2poS1tttiJ
cure. Agreeable to
AY-FEVR use. Send for olrou
* VE lar. Price 50 cents
by mail or at drugglsts.
ELY BROTHERS, Druggists, Owego, N. Y.
o0 lng In the world equnl to It for tbe..
cure of ScrofutlsP)Jples. Holis, Tetler. old Bores,
Sore Bye,. Mercurial Iiseases, Catarih. Loss of
I Appetite. remale Complauts, and all Blood
dIsea es. It ,seurr falls. All druggisto and
country store keepers sell it. 1;, F, gellegg
SA Co., Prop's, Plitt.bursg, on every boue.
SOP i porous plaster i
HO fous for Its quick
and heArty action in
curing Lame Back,
PLAST ER 'Rheuatism,
Crick In the Back, Side or HITp, Neuralgia, Stiff Joints
and Musclese, Sore Cheat Kidney Troubles and all pains
or aches either local or deep-seated. ItSoothos,Strength
ens and Stimulates the parts. The virtues of hops com.
bined with gums-clean and ready to apply. Superior to
liniments, lotions and salves. Price 25 cents or 6 for
$1.00. Bold by drug.
gists and country
stores. Mailed on no- I
coipt of price. Hop I h~~
Plaster Company, ProISUCCES
prietors, Boston, Mass.
tW The best family pil mnado-trawidy'stomach and
Liver Pills. Mic. Plaet in actionand easy to take.
Ask your Druggist for itI A celebrated remedy
for the cure of iabitual Constipation or Costive
ness and all diseases arising therefrom; such as
Indigestion, Piles, Torpid Liver, Disehaes of the
Kidneys; it Is perfectly safe and ltharinless, and il
especially adapted to Constipation of Pregnancy,
Lencorrhoea and Diseases peculiar to fenales.
31anuf'g., by TIE CRESCENT MEDICINE CO.
$1.00 Per Bottle. RENSELAER FALLS, N. Y.
Phcenix Pectoral will cure Your cough. Price 26 et.
G ENTU WANTED for the Best and Fastest
selling Pictwrial Books and. Bibles. Prices re.
need 83 vor Ceur. NATIONAL PB. CO.. Phniada.. Pa.
$5 to $20 ger nay at nome. Sample wort
Portland. Maine. free. Address STINRON & CO.
[EONR R. G. Is the quickes% plosantest,
~A) disass a only ra crative ee
renl ard beed monrd or a dnoey
S'C y sto o u lto r ad uer and hroI
8 0 ute -urg , Pa tuao tl us
foramsHof rChu:to dith 191rs i 2 th2 eeth;omir.r.
Fnmarbrnyvan a Cngrcuturorto s,4 YorkPa
P onl letalo ~rn8A1ad an nmc.asto Irik.As y
re ganDtLed by Dr. J. . 3taLLor Ma& CO.c
531Ac i. Ph7m ila Pan. Adic tro isnas iy o
ply. Yi be al A rh ne tosdis chachs~
Chial oe.hcg 1h 2hL 5h
SEDrIlcisraet Caalgo team Enae~
I usta nois: Elieep a ndrd i tee t. A-l
it h aWO day, and ou ashuldce uoe
B. INDiLIM &ci)D.r.LE &REAT
rRI AlB ND PROVIDSO BROKES.
PewYok, hago St. Louiso and Mtibatke.C
a iveivatetegrah' wkin ewe
jugethe resttst Bre loo ae
tan~~n Natclr. B.,A p. Lith,'83.00.
tartnb le, and grain ofth itces teet fou yaswt
tgvit tia in all own ysen edia bu funn
ien greiatlbnitted . bttlue, Aftruta t a
fri anadm g nera Persh onsiun esl se
is ryau,'h Aip rv Isuass fonyseas
fIenI remedy Ifo thiena bde. As a oo uri'e
jird dellaye sst Te.i a n o tr ual.teret
Manuf'td 10byCt~ls RH U ArIC SY hRUPe t 0.
o PH/n /ATI Firs/.'BRON'RONL
poundan . . Apr 0thi medicine, no -
prl epraton mad to. retresrngth a.
inhbar-rom h avbenda getaen. IhUftf8 il
Poerfon hets feoa'.-RowN'S bee O
yeanuos an ern fThe mstces orefcatelaris, wia
ne It he perfct sa fey haconce ith gre
ben itsre ed, iaaene y, It s gtler tin itsa
nd i pa rtdmygerbus health oniin t ms
Is or n /As.1 ifivTi. -B IaI o~N'S mysela
Ch~dl emldomy f f BaltimoreA a bodunllo
tion hd w e-knownto the I busin
phreaaion neo restaorm, strengt -a
W~hat Nature denies to ma
Art secures to all. .Ha .
Magnolia Balm dispels eybry
blemish, overcomes Redness,
Freckles, Sallowness, Rough
ness, Tan, Eruptions and
Blotches, and removes all evi
dences of heat and excite
lnent. The Magnolia Balm
imparts the most delicate and
naftural complexional tints
no detection-blug ossible to
the closest observaion.
Under these circumstances
a faulty Complexion is little
short of a crime. Magnolia
Balm sold everywhere. Costs
only 75 cents, with iall di
SOMETIANG FOR tIEVERYsODY.
Read, Mark and Inwardly Digest.
If you have nausea, want of appetite. flatuloncy,
dizziness, feverish symptoms, you are suffeling
from costiveness, and Hop Bitters is the Sure
If your vital forces are dopressed, it you have a
feeling of general lassitude and weakness, are
easily fatigued, perspire freely on going to sleep,
are short of breath on every slight effort and have
a general feeling of melanhioliy and depression,
you are suffering fron general debility and Hop
Bitters removes it all.
If you have a souse of weight or fullness in the
stomach; a changeable appetite sometimes vora
cious, but generally feeble; a morbid cravmg; low
spirits after a full meal, with severe pain for sonto
time after eating, wind rising on the stomach;
sour stomutch; vomiting and fluttering at the pit
of the stomach, and a soreness over it; nausea;
headache, or some of these symptoms, you are
suffoting froni lyspepsia, and Hop Ilitters will
permanently cure you.
If you freeze one hour, burn the next, and
Sweat aniolher; if you are suffering all the tortures
of the Inquisition, one moment fearing you will
die, and the next I aring you won't; it you have
blue nails and lips, yellow eyes and ghost-like
complexion, you are suffering from that rulasinatio
curse, Bilious, Malarial Fever, or Ague, and Hop
Bitters will speedily cure you.
If you have a dry, harsh and yellow skin, a dull
pain li the right side, extending to tho shoulder
bla~e and pit of the stwiach; a tenderness over
the reglon of the liver; a sense of lightness and
uneasiness about the stomch and liver; yellow.
ness of the eyes; bowels irregular; a - hacking or
dry cough; itregular appetite; shortness of breath.
lag; feet and hands cold]; tongue coated white; a
disagreeable tanto in the mouth; low spirits;
blotcheis on the face and neck; palpitation of the
h1eari; disturbed sleep: henri burn; lasaltude-if you
hAve any of Ihe'e ?.lmnptomzs, you are suffering
from i.iver Complaitit, and flop Bitters only will
If you have a complaint which few understand
and none will give you credit for-an enfeebled
condition; a goneness throughout the whole sys.
tem; twitching of tue lower limbs, a desire to fly
all to pieces, and a fear that you wil; a steady lose
of strength ani heialth-any of these symptoms
show tiat you at e suffering from that hydra
headed disease, nervousness, and Hop Bitters will
effectually cure you.
If you have Bright's disease of the kidneys or
any other d sea- e of the kidneys or urinary organs
flop Bitters Is the only medicine on earth that will
permanetntly cure you. Trust no other.
DIAMOND INK POWDER,
A conveullent and economical substitute for or
dinary inik. Contalits it concentrated form the
compjonents of best gradies of writ ing Inks and
Flttid4. liv the almpi~e addition of water a permat
nment fretely nlowing Ink is produced, ini color at
first a dara purple afterwards changmng to jet black
wlmm rocct Aiat nto rnlake one pint taile
PRIC. & 0o.,
149 & 161 Chestnut St., Newark, N. J.
2 5 r . hi h a ~ ae , a nF Bd $ er ilo , . O t1e . a
RUDCE '. P rcsa-npz. E0 AentE.IFICFltCO -
.i'Llt,is rlet c f m al icit t oirob
o" mwd n'~, n fcreuiar. F. II. WVEL.
FREE 11 eaith Helper"
1erfeetlHealth. .H.ox 104 iBuffito,N.Y.
DRIS. J. N. & J. B. HlOBENSACK.
THOSE AFFIiCT(ED WITH THlE EPPEOTS
OF14 8ELF-ABUi8E AND MEIICURIALIZATION(
eheuld ni ut hestate to consuit J. N. and J. II. a'.
BEN8ACK, of 208 North Secondi street, Philadel
haeteby mail or by person durmng the hours
rm8A.M o2 P. M.,uand 6tobiP. M.
Advice free. Whosoever woulo know his c0ndi.
lion and the way to improve it should read
" WISDOM IN A NUTsHRLL."
Bent en receipt of 8-cent stamp.
BUY A FARM IN VIRGINIA!
FeEtate aboul writ to YACEUo &R rA i aL
heal Estate Agente. Glordonillthe, Va. Lst free.'
PENSIONS. AAght oudr njury,-o
to pension. A hmair millon yet onitied. Case. romn t
y it Attornie. 4 .3t. 6ci troa'.l a ' a.
P D LVYM NIT for young men wtio
.slNE8 UOLLEE, Ne ark t J.OTeIAn
only $40. Write for circubii. . ier
Camphor_ Milk is the best Linimeont. Price 25 oent.
FREE BY RE1 U 1^L -A ful dsen ...,. of
in ee your own town. TPernms and
w uftfeo. Address H. BATLIATT & Co.
el Purifier Known!
OURED. NIEURALGIA UimJD,
Y., Feb. 20, '82. FA InR'OT, N. Y., March 12, '83.
''. Itheumnato SVruP Co..'
hjcfo nthree GiRNs-Since Novemb~er, 1899,
a, asesomt pihy I have been a constant sugferer
a~rloef ail-I fronm neuralgia and have not
relief tiyrli known what it was to be ftvv
gsor tyrmp from pain until I eommneneeri
shot tmetothe use of Rheumatio Syrup. I
an to help n-e have felt no pain since using the
aelfeaswever, foturtht bottie. I think it the best
wetink as ever remedly I have ever heard of for
I hn ths pttrifying the blood antd for tihe
3fSRAO cure of rheumatism an t neu
i Plymouth Ave., Roohester, N. Y.
BITTERS is not an Intoxicating Coim
rink. It is a skillfully compounded
rid health; not a beverage to be soldi
sJ BITTERS is tree from everything
id the most enfeebled infants may
t advantage, * W.hile it is powerftil
operation, restoring wasted strengthi
t efficient manner.
rBITTERS is, ade by theBrw
ig-established hovse, whose reputA
rorld and the geeral community,