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FERTILIZING MATIDIu IN TUE SOIL.
A correspondent, who is interested in
this subject, thinks it proper that more
attention should be given by the agri
oultural prosc to the substances that are
derived from the soil by plants, He is
inclined to believe sulphur a very Impor
tant factor, being equal in value, if not
superior, to phosphorio acid.
Sulphur exists in certain proportions
in all soils, but chemists have been un
able to discover that it performs any
important service as plant food, although
it is used by plants to a certain extent.
The powerful acid (oil of vitriol) used in
the decomposition of bones Rude its use
fulness only by taktug the place of
phosphoio acid, which it liberates.
Bones which are insoluble are comwp)sed
principally of phosphate of lime (phos
phoric acid united to lime), and the ob
ject sought in reducing bones is the
phosphorie acid, The lime is but of
litile value to the operator, and the sul
phurio acid (oil of vitriol) is the apent
for separating the lime from the phos
phoric acid. When the sulphuric acid
is brought in contact with bones it. un
ites with the lime in the shape of plas
ter (sulphate ot lime), and the phos
phorie acid is thus driven from its com
bination and set free, In this free stato
it is soluble in water, but readily unites
with auy other substance in the soil,such
as potash, soda,or even limo,but in this
state it is in the condition of a vory fluo
impalpable powder, and in sow cases
not so readily soluble.
There is no necessity for applying
sulphur to plants by means of the usc
of siperphobphate, for sulphur Would
be an expenr ive luxury in that shape.
The cheaper mode would be to use or.
diunary lanu plaster, but, as sulphur is
uever applied to soils with a view of us
ing it for fertilizing purposes, it. is of
no conseqionce as nlf ingredieit in for
tibzers. The niincipal substunces de
sired by all soils that are cropped wie
ilitrr(gel (which is the mest costly). put
ash (which may be applied in the form
of wood ashes, or in combination as a
salt.), and phosphoric acid (which is
procured by reaucing bones with the
aid of sulphiuic acitd, or from the Caro
liiia phospiato rook). Carbon is also
largely used by pllaints, but this is de.
rived from the atmosphere, throu ;h the
agency of the leave, though many care
ful expelimenters Alirm that it enters
into the plants through their roots also.
ihea is anothcr suibstane that is al
ways present in soils, in an insoluble
state, but it is an important element in
plant food. No doubt tho potash vori
ously f3ects silica when brought in con
tact with it, which results in enabling
the plants, through some unknown
action of the roots, to appropiiato it for
'lie soil my bo defici lit in one sub.
stanco and ibounding in another. It
may be c,)onsidered rich whien sown to a
certain crop and be too pool foranother.
A knowh dge of this fact has enablel
chemists to formulato special fortilizers
for prOUliar soils and particulair cropis,
which enables farmiera to ecotiomizo ii
purchasing by iivoiding the use o' sub
stances that. exist inl the soil, the saving
ing in such purchases being applied to
1,rocuring that whieb is deficient. No
two plants derive the same proportions
of food1 fronm the soil, nor do any two
varieties Ieed on exactly the same kind
of fertilizing mnateriial. For instasnce,
clover prefers a liberal supply (of potash
anld hino. while tie cereals do better
withI phiosphlorio acid and initrogen1.
'Vs insQiity of ociri corresp~oiident 1s a
v(ery peltsuint oneo iand it would be to
the interest of farmere as a class if t~hey
would thus interest themuselves in the
mnatter of propierly feeding thme plants
and of the~ inntermis. that enst in the
lloi-m-ii(ro's. --A correspondeut says
hat yo~ung horses shoukt never have
0ue5 unpots)ed upon01 them until it is
v eil iroved .hat tlieyecannot do0 without
thiemi. Hie predicts that the day is not
lar off whleu someS humtianec beinetactor of
his kind and horse aind will produce a
breed of horses haviing such firm,
tough feet, in addition to aill 0othe01
goott qualitien, that shoeing~ will bie an
BL~lcn WAraco.--Thie scnroity and
hig h pi ice oh black walnut timber should
induce fainmers to cultivate this vaua
ble tree. Young mien especially shouid
pa attention to the culture of' black
walnut. The re are always piaces on the
farm uhere they can be grown, which
are not ocupied b~y other products.
PEcraoLEUM. -A writer in the (CO idi'g
(J dn)t5fchen loineands theo soaking of
the wood comiposinig ai summlner house
in erude petroleum, saying it will mako
any comnmoni wood( nearly or about as
durable ias (cdur, besides imparting to
it a neh biown color. It wouJld be an
excellent idea to upply the siame preser
vative to trelhipes, etc. on lawi [is.
MANY a msethod cr sysltim for accom
Phistno ian Wnd is hnel withi the objec
tion from f armers that it involves tro~u
ble; just. as it trouble should make any
diflerenco ini business. Pirotits should
be the consideration, and no inattecr the
troule, providhed it bo0 paidl for ini the'
AN expcrnienced arbor iculturist iadvis
es (iweliers in Smoky and <tirty towns
not to plant evergreeus in their grounds,
as is so generally dloni. soot and
smoke stunt anud spoil the trees, and
they soon becomne aniythling but things
of beauty. Wnite poplars,silver mapilhes
Anierican elms, and the ailainthsus are
better in such placoss.
GiiRAPs.--A ]Mtomiinenit Californian,
who has lilly acres ini thie raisin grap~
5iays whsenever grapes becomo unprollt
able for ra isinis lie can make money b)y
ieedling themi to hogs. Hie contomii(
that grapes will fiatten bogs inster than
any known food- from I wo) to three
pounds p)er (lay.
IT is no0w hekt~ by scienititlc meon that
a dead briitich exhausts the vitahsty 01f
the tre-a as much as though alive. The
(lead calnes (on riapherry bsusshes would.
appear tc. alleet them in like manner.
Bushns not cleared of 01(d canes produce
small, defective, erumhlng specimens,
SOME writer says that the foot and
mouth disease that so troubles our Brit
ish cousins, will wit h much more cir
taimty be founid among the people who
have the gout and salk too much thani
amiong Amerlcan cattle.
IBmlms FoR VINT51R Usa,-Herbs for
waiter use should be gathered when Ithe
plants are in flower. J ust as the flow
ens be-gin to fiado is consifered to be the
best taime to harvest them.
NINETY-THIRREI thousantd acres of trees
have been planted in Kansas during the
last three years.
(inoUsa PIE V'inoINIA STYLE. -Pluck
and singo four grouse, wipe them with
a wet towel, out off the heads and feet,
and draw them without breaking the
entrails; separate the livers without
breaking the galls, and pound them to
a smooth paste with a pound of fat ba
con, one small onion peeled, and a
table'poonful of parsley; carefully pool
a quart of mushrooms, wash thom in
cold salted water; make a good pastry,
and line a pie-mould or deep earthen
dish with it: put a layer of foro-meat
half an inch thick all over the bottom
and sides of the pie, seasoning it highly
with salt and popper, filling the spaces
between them with the mushrooms and
force-meat; over all lay thin slices of
fat bacon, and then put on a cover of
pastry, wetting the edges to make them
adhere; brush the pie with beaten egg,
and bake it in a moderate oven for two
hours and a half. Meantime, break the
bones of a knuckle of veal in small pie
ces and stow them in a quart of water,
with a teaspoonful each of salt, white
cloves and pepper-corns, keeping the
saucopan covered. When the pie is
nealry done, strain the broth from the
bones, and if it is not rich and semi
gelatinous dissolve in it a heaping
tablespoonful of golatine; season it pal
atably if it lacks flavor, and then add to
it the juice of a large sour orange.
When the pie is done pour the gravy
into it, through a ci t in the ipper crnst,
and then serve it either hot or cold.
Mr. J. A. Acileth, Pacteiic Uxpress Of
flee, Deinver, Colo,, was cured by tt.
Jacob's Oil of an excruciatIng pai in the
neck, and ak-o tooth-acho. One upplication
did the work.
(ONDIMENTS UsED WITH FooD.--A
French physician has been making
somie intoresting experiments on the
effoots of condiments used with food.
They show, among other things, that
in cooking meat only an ounoo of salt
should be used with from six to twelve
pounds of meat. If more is employed,
it will do one of two things; it will mod
ify the structure of a portion of the
muscular fibro so as to render it more
r-sistant to the action of the gastric
juice, or it will itself check and retard
the peptic fermentation, the very
groundwork of digestion. It follows
that salted and smol o.1 moats are more
iligestible than fresh. Vinegar it ap
p(ars, may be used with good effect,
provided it is not in a quantity to irri
tato the stomach, and is a pure dilution
of ace ic acid, freed from sulphurio or
hydrochloric acids, the latter of which,
though an activo principle of the gas
trio juice, must not bo an excess in the
stomach, or it will rotard digestion.
'ile hungry man will, therefore, be
careful how he uses :-alt and vinegar,
and Dr, Ius on will by-and-by tell him
something about Ielppor and mustard.
HlAY FivunM. Alv orotlier Myron and
nyself were both enired of catarrh and
llay-Fever last July and Augtust by Ely's
Cream Baln. Up to Dec. 28. these trou
bles have not rettirnet. --(1Antt ei. !anmin,
%pcer, N. Y.
IIAY F'avita. I was tilhectell for twenty
years with llay-Fekver. I used Ely's
(Oream Bait with favorable results, and
can recomminendl It. to all. -10 iia'r W. Tow N
A N EXc'RLLEuNT DucH. --A dish e(qual
to the beet rteak, und cheap) enough for
anty mian, is prepar~ited from a shank of
beef with sonme -unt ou it. Have the
hone wvell brilten; wash carefully to
removo bits of hone: cover with cold
wator; watch when the boiling begins
and( take off' the scum that rises. Stowv
five or six hours, till the musicles are
dissolv'ed; break the meat sietll wilh a
fork, (tar hetter than chiepping), put it
in a bread panw, boil down the gravy
till in cooling it will turn to stiff jolly,
Where this is done gelatmoe is quite
supeorfluous. Add salt, and, if liked,
other seasoning. and pour it, hot upon
the meat; stir togethor and set aside
over night, when it wuill cut into hand
soame mottled slices for breakfast or
"A takit '4 as i. a I a u Ie an ipltint 'nre far liieS
t1 , i ft i. , of ., :.4ilar phle ga n of grv-at
exp ri' iniO, an1135 i~i itjtil hash nadpe y hdctors of
att schools tt .to.t Liii test of Iweoty-ire year.',
o 40 ithnlitt ant tu]ji.!. II relevts2 paiti at olie
iol ulatly otos. SiitIlrera' wrio have tried
l'. Neut aedter & Co., iix 'X i i New Yortk City,
i'ONDU oF' (HnoKEN..---oak one cup
fulI of bre'ati crumbus in a cupiul of boil
ing milk. Add one tablespoonful of
melted butter and salt and pepper to
taste. Let the batter cool. Mince fine
13y somne cold chicken and one slice of
colid boiled ham, Oneo rouind of an onion.
W~hen the bread is nearly 00o(d stir in
the meat and two well beaten eggs.
Beat all togothecr, and tuit io a well
greased batking patn and sot in a brisk
oven. Whonct the fondu is a light, dol
ieately browned puff' scnd at once to
the table in the dish in which it was
D~on't Ile tu te tiOnn~e.
"Hloli out lt." Clearst r ats,tnice,roache~ts
CantiAout FAnlom.--T'ako a smtall, hard
head of cabbage, removing the two or
three ontor leaves. .tave a p~ot of boil
ing water ready, with pletnty of salt in
it. Put in the cab~bage and let it stav
tetn minutes, and thien place it in coldi
writer. Dry It. Take an apphe-eoror,
and cut out in the mniddl a kind of'
well-iike hole. Have anty cold meat,
which chop tine. Season this with pop
per1 and salt, a little grated nutmeg, anud
some thymne. Tio stifen it, add the
yolks of two eggs to the fareio. Fill up
tho hole, wvhichi cover with a bit of heal.
Bind up the cabbage with twine; use
jilenty13 of twine, so that it will be 30
cure. Thmis is best boilced in stock. but
it sleek is not at hand, take some pieces
ci hiam or bacon, and1( som eeof bones,
and puit them in the water, Boil yeur
cabbage thoroughly, andl serve dry,
1inaoaiil. CocavrY, N. C. --The Ex-Shltertf, .\r.
w. 1'. ,assOnt, satys: "Hirown's iron Hltter, ttas
ntuprioved iny dliges, ti an generli teatIh.
CoHN MRAL. FaUIT PkUi)N(,.- -Seald
otte pint of muilk. Pour it on cite Itarge
cup of wite indian meal. itr it ty
well, and let it get almost cold, While
coohitg beat in otno cup of flour, cite
teaspoonful of baking powder. Wet
witht cold milk. Boat up wvell together,
Make a custarut bf one quart of milk,
four eggs andc one cup of sugar. Beat
gradually imto the cooled paste When
mixed into a lhght batter add two table
spoonifuil of melted butter, one-half
pound of raisins, Seeded and cut int two.
One teaapoonful of mitxed cinnamon and
mace. Put into a buttered dish and
bakn in a quic ove.
A Faw" nights ago Mr. Gilbert, the- ni
actor, was standing at the gate of hid bli
house with his hat off. He had, in fact.
seen some ladles tp their carriage; they
had dtiven off, and he remained stand- ho
tug on the sidewalk, enjoying the cool tic
of the evening. Out of a neighboring
house where he had been dining steped
a gentleman, who, after walking a few
paces, became aware of Mr. Gilbert,
whom he mistook for the butler of the
establishment. Addressing him at
once, with an air of polite superiority, as
he said: "Will you call me a Hansom a I
cab ?" "Certainly," replied Mr. Gilbert, m
" ou are a Hansom cab." This odd bit st(
o fun reminds me of'poor Frank Tal
purd's famous reply to the man who, wi
seeing him on a bitter night without a all
wrap, said: "Why. TaIpurd, you never 110
wear an overcoat I" "No," replied Tal
purd, '-I never was."
Mrs. 1. Pllkington, 211 26th St., Brooklyn,
says: "I was a rhouantl cripple two years;
helpless for months, when my doctor, after th
try n in vain everything else, told me to go
Dr. Ulmoro's .1.-G. That cured me/
--- 10- -- t
WE met a Dutch citizon coming up ,
from the depot the other day. He rof
seemed greatly excited, and we asked wl
him what was the trouble: "Dere vas wi
droobles enough," lhe replied, "I Vas "K
gitting my poots placked in doi depot th
Von a bolicomai gomo along and 'ho yO
dold me to git, my foot out of der vay so
dot der drain of cars could git inside
der depot. Dot vas der firsd dimo my
foot vas efor insulted. 1 vill report him T
at headquarters, I baed you. I don't
care a shuck for his brass coat and pluo
puttons. Hio vill filidt out det I vas not ni
porn a pig fool for nodings." te
My wife used Dr. Graves' Iart Regu- wI
lator with great relief, it is the only relief
from Heart Disease. I cheerfully recom- t4
mend it.-J. B. Miller, P. M., Mulberry h
Grove, Ill. $1. per bottle.
Ma. IsAACs keeps a clothing store, in
front of which lie is generally to be
found, pouring forth an eloquent dis- Ur
quisition on the merits of his stock.
Yesterday, while lie was so employed,
Jacob happened to be passing, and tid
oaught the words: Ar
"nice glean sihirds inside; de nicest wl
shlird in the city I" hii
"Vll, laaacs, vot vos dot you say I" it,
"Nice glean shirds inside." ca
"Veil, for Heavens sake, go righal in thL
und put von on your pack, uine friendti" do
"I atm using Dr. Gravis' II arl I ita to,
tor with great resulti, hhiu Ileirt I tea o
tor 9 years, so bad cotild no0to down.
John MclulY, Pike bation,. 4. The be
Heart Regulator cures all formts (of liart p(
Disease, nervousuess and seoplessnesa. sit
"WIAT have you for dinner ?" inquir- sk
ed a disgusted drummer of the waiter, no
The drummer had been in town twenty. sli
four hours without taking an order.
"Rloast duck, sir." "Ahl was the duck
shot on the wing ?" "I guess so.' th
"Trying to got away from this oussed au
placc, wasn't he ?" "I presume likt ly th
enough, sir." Good bird, sagacious i
'owl, r'ara avis. I admire his pluok and aui
p~ity is nasfo~rtunei. You may bring "I
ime that duck, Il take the whole of ba
him, ll help him ailong the road."""
. Tho otnly natural haIr renewer is Carbo
liue, a deodorized extract oif petroleum,
prepared without distillatIon or rectifica.
tiun with acids of alkalies, contammig no
mIneral or other poisons, delightfully per.
fmed and as olear and puire as sprang
Weter. - --
A NOTrDw base ball player has been
sent to thne penitent ianry in Newv York
for' attempting to murder his wife. 9u
Some of' his old comrhades have ver'y )j~
little sympathy with him. If he hadl art
aittemplted to murder' the n'unpire the
defeated nine wvould have presented himt
with a haudsome testimonial. If it
wasn't f'or' the unfair dlecistionis of the of
umpire, both clubs would always win. p
'ltin I( r ta t KNIr tott-i.tVen ott., frotm .wjecterd
livot-a, L'n ihe su isliore, b~y i'an.wetll iazaril & Co.,
N. Y. Ahtuuely puro and siweet. l'atients who
hive o n ke it iprofror it 1til a t otiers. Phbyal
ciani.s dreiare it superior to ail otlier otls.
CHAPPKD HANDS, face ptInfuls tal tongh akin
cutred by uidlng Jiutlpr itar Soap, made by Cas
welt, Hlazard &Co., New York.
"TI'ut Swedes arc so honiest that every
one going into an opera house hiags
his umbrella in thne lobby and never
thinks of asking l or a cheek.'' If the c.
umbrelltas are anyt hing like the one we
saw carried by a Swce In this country
the other day, we are niot surprised thiat
a chock is tiot demanded for their safe
return. The Swedo who loses his urn
brolla must be envied by those who
aire less fortuuate,
"MllatMA," cried a little four-year-old i
girl, after coming from a walking wvith
her next oldest sister, "Mh.lamie shiovedl
againist me ainid pushed me dlown right
before somio gontlemien, and hurt mxe,
too." "WollI, it doesn't hurt you now,
(does it'? Then why do ycn ciry ?" '"'Cause
I didn't cry any whten she pushed me
'T'nE newest thing in gloves. "My
danghiteri wanted me1 to get hier a pi
'of muosquito gloves. I1 suppose sh (
means those kind like mosquito not ting." 3
"Your daughter probably means 'nios- nc
quetaire,' " "'Shouldii't woindor if that
was it, only you get more of the Fiench
into it than 1 do."'S
Ii~n ~iiTi tt,.ttin,, irI.
(Go to sottt, gooid driggisit an ttltsk hnitm
whatt ho kniows of lint's itimedly, andl heo
wiillI tell you thatt It is the htosi khIntoy antd
Ihvo'r awanicinoc made, antd tno thnat hitsstoodi
11he test of1 tuem. Look over most any papierui
andt~ you wihll tind hoino testimnonials ot peoplo
lIvIng right In your own city who know4
wherecor they spoak. hiolow wIll lbe found
(tie of' a hady resident aof hirhtigeport, Conn.
H1cr full natmi and addrmess aro givent. A iiy
cite duibi in the genuitnn'ss ot It has tho
Iliborty of ol ling in or' addrossing hier, anid
as slht says, shin wI I bi' only too glad to toll
her 'uxperienco wit hi, am it, pion of, so valu
ablo an art lco.
"'I willinugly gi vo mty testlnony in favor of
hunt's isomedciy. I lirst hoeard of' It a few
years ago whlo livinig iiu Sprintgtiohd, Mass.
I knew a lady tore wiho htad suilf'red for ai
long timte with kidntey dIsease. Shte used
everythIng site could hetar of, but wIthI poor
success, and ltnally hncarng of' Hunt's
itomnedy began usling It. Weoll, It cutred her.
A bout this time I moved here. Aitier' I had
lived' here a tihno, from othetr sympathetIo
disorders my kIdneys becamie alihoted and
weak. Knowing that Hunt's itetmedy had
reatly benefit edimany others I be an usIng
1aindit gave ice thiedesired bente t. W ero
I obliged to use anty imedioine of the klid
again I would prefor it to all othera. I oon
sidor it atture cure.
"If by the publication of this, my experi- by,
en&'c with Hunit's Rtemedy, others suffering ~
f'romt sinilar contplaints cant be Induced to j~
aivail thiomusolvsof itsgood offects, you have
fuil liberty to do so in airy way itnimay seem
best to you. ratefully yours
' . FLRN E WooD,
"175 Broad Street, Biridgeport, Co'un."
"1 usARp you A-kisqed thi pettiest.
I in the room, at the party, last'
hbt," observed an Austin youth in
te-glass goggles to his conn anion.
#Well, I did,. for a fact. What of it?'
"0, uothing, but I'd Iust like to know
Wou felt durin the sweet oscula
"Felt like a beefsteak."
"Like a beefsteak ?"
"Yes, amothered in onions.".
Walnut Leaf nair Restorer.
[t is entirely different from all others. Tt ti
clear as water, and as its name indicates IS
erfectVegetablelair tostorer. tt will i,-.
diately tree the heat f:-om all daudruffro
re gray hair to itsnatmal golgr and pro
co a new growth where it has fatten ofU. It
Ls not in any manner afect the health,
ilih iilphur. sugar of '.ead and nltrate of
lit or faded hair In a few lays to a beautiful
sy brown. Ask yourdruggist for it. Each
tle Is warranted. Sall'ru, K1LINH & Co.
holesale Agents, Philladolphlia, Pa. and
N. CRITTENWON, New York.
rwo of our belles whilo walking out
3 other' day came to a ditch neai'
3 railroad grade at Montclair which
)y did not kno'w how to get over.
sing a young man coming along the
d they appealed to him for h6lp,
iereupon he pointed behind them
ith a startled air and yelled out
nakos I" The way those girls crossed
xt ditch was a sight to behold, and the
ung man lives.
mory's L ttle Cathartic Pill-best mnade
Liver Complaint and Btilotuaness.
steless, harmless, in taIllble. 15c.
t coupr were discussing a bai
aque, when lie asked, **What charac.
to you expect to represent?" 'Oh,"
3 replied, 'I don't care to mention
at I shall wear." "In that case," he
d, "you will, of course, appear in Un
intionables." At the end of an hour
) young lady hadn't said anything, so
went hoiue and kicked a smart young
,n to bed.
Oatarrh of the kilader.
tinging Irritation, Infiauunation, all Kidney and
nary ouiplalnts, cured by "Buchu-Dalba." $1.
"WHAT influence has the moon on the
e ?" the teacher askod John Henry.
d ,ohn Henry said it depended on
at was tied; if -it wits a (log it made
n howl, and if it was a gate, it untied
just as soon as a cow or a young man
no along. It is such things as this
it make school teanhers want to lie
wn aild die every day at 4 o'clock.
3Ys5n, W. VA.-Dr. W. D. Ewln, says: "Many
somn ksrown's Iron Bitters as au excellout
RZv. MR. BEoHaEn says he dOS not
lieve the st. ry of the fall of Adam.
rhaps ho has arrived at this conolu
n from the fact Ihat there were no
inks in those days to throw banana
Ins on the sidewalks aUid water did
t freezo on the pavomeats with the
ppery side up.
IT has been thought for a long time
At photographs could not be taken
coessfully by artaiicial light. But
3 other night a West Hill man had
Staken in the dark. H e doesn't care
ything abo it the photograph, but
Il give flye dollars to get the frame
'he pills are wiarranted to ue PURELY vege.
ie, free froma all muleral and oilier polsonious
stances. They are a certain cure for Consti.
Ion, Sick Headache, Dyanepslt, Bll! cuse
r Id l 'lver, Los f Appetit'e, and all disesas
Liver, Stomiaceh, Bowels or
ey remove all obstructions from the channels
1he system anti purIty 1he blood, thereby im-~
rting health, Strength and vigor. Soid by drug..
ta, or Bent by Inull for 26 cents In stamps, by
P. NEUSTAEDTER & CO.,
83 Mercer St., New York,
loie Manu fact urers of ST. BKltNA IiiD v EUE..
lend for circular.
'he Best Expectorant
HoQTsL CH A I.ME~rR,
Ne w ORi SANs, La., A pril a), i888, I
N. CR ITTENTION, Esq.,
116 Fulton 8t., New York :
DE~Af Sia--I contracted a severe cold WhIch
.ettete on my ugs and ulcerauett liny throat
o such an extent luat I b~egan to fee. alarwiel.
biougit, a bottlo of Cough Syrup, which I usead
vithiout deriving any benefit from it. 1I0ould
ro iawlting but cough. and beganl to feel a
leavy painah in my oht. I bought a bottle of
I ALE'S Honey of Hlorohound and Tar"
rhicei not only ourccd my cough, hut removed
Nui ulcer3J.110m my tharoal boeoro I had used
ire than half thu iottle.
I shiall neve~r tendlertake to experiment With
rortles~s syrupu in ti1o future. Yours very
uly, A. I.EONAkD MEY~i
lamigrattoln Agent Central Pac. 1l. it.
8puriotas Imliaions ab~oland I Ito sure to a.9k
ir a' d obitainl "H A LHt'S UON EY o1"lotl
lot'N I AN ID TiAii "
ae's ToolhachoI nirop., Cure In One ,ioute.
-rani o'rl lt(iunOVer Kills Uornas an't Bynions.
I41InII Is (IL a c'NTS a-Hn TUBSI.
) 2 tu am . i ally 'iu. ordimary COijir 60a conte. All
uti'S' MATL'4tlA f.M, Prmi~es. Picttures, ao.,Iat
lal iw.r'. Sot. ' of 1 Oil odlore. 8 nuu'hos, r aletto.
s sand instruc'tiinal uail ajr $1.01).
.%3 20I a bsuig of lve Vouba
"F . .1 e iiisA Esv~al aAdtes
g a i a i
othflg ina tii w'r~ld equuei to it rot thq
care of Scrofual. Pi.np1le,, Hull.. Tqlter, Old1 Sort,
4ore FRyes. 5iercurial ileaseg. (Catarch, l.o.ge
diea.co. It never f(age. All druggist. anad
counatry stoC repeeel tiit. l. ti -.
ATA R RH ""BCra Blma
when applied by the
eflinger tuto thae nea-.
treIls. wall be absorb
lng the head of a
heADalty as retlons. I
rae of the nasa
passages troIn adl
tion~al c--ads, coin
pleteiy hests die sorea
S aind restores taste
o~ and smell. A few
S applications relieve.
04 mnt illpositiv'ely
US.cure. A reeablie to
Y - EVE usc- teni for 01 rcu
W lar. P'rico 60 cents
niali or at drnlgista.
,Y itOTHiI5ts, Drugg lets. Owego, N.* V.
wanixiPoetoral will cure your euxh. Price 96 gte
uiphor Milk is th beet Liniment. _Pricoe26 cents.
F ~u".Poreel and slioe to
larg. hpplbat stw them to a pulp, 'Wit
two ounces 'of butter, and Augat I
taste, when: the apple -auce Is coc
beat one egg for one minute; and stir
Into the apple; epread c6ld butter ratl
or thickly on a plain, tin nobuld whic
will hold abou 'three pints" dnd put
half-inch layer of fresh biead crumi
all over the inner surface of the mouli
pressing the:m to make them adhere I
it; when the mould is covered wil
6read crumbs, pour in the apple saue
putting a thick layer of bread cruml
on top of the apple; set the mould
a inoderato oven and bake the omel
until the bread crumbs are brown at
oleave away from the side of the moul
1To turn out the omelet without broa
ilg it. place a platter jtwt the size
the mould on it and turn both platt
and hiould over it with a steady han
the mould can then be lifted off, leavit
the omelet unbroken on the pllatte
Dust it thickly with 4 powdored sugi
and serve it hot.
"Thieir 0ocupraion (10no."
it. V, Pit te, M D., liutfalo, N. Y.:
was attacked with ludigestlon of th lun g
soreness over the liver, severo pain intl
joints, a burning fever, and geoiral givis
away of the whole aystem. Falling to tl
relief In ronedies prescribel, I tried you
"'Goltn Medical )lisovery." It etfeoct
my ontire cure. Your medicinos havo on1]
to be used to be appreciated. It' overy fal
iy would givo them a trial, nine-tenths
tho loctors would, like Oth -tit, find the
ocoujpationl gone. YOU'rs truly,
L. NiMMLaAN, M .
"ANY good siootmig on your farm
asked a hunter of a farmer. "Splendid
replied the agriculturist, "there's a dr
well man down in the clover imeado%
a cloth peddler at the house, a onnt
date out in the barn and tWo tram
down in the stock yard. Climb rig
over the fence, young man, load bo
barrels, and sail in."
Could H ardly Stand on Her Feet.
R. V. PEuCen, M. D., Butffalo, N. V
Dear Vir-1 maust tell you what your mel
elite has (onte for in. .-ft'ore taking you
''FavorIte Prescription" I could hard
standu on my feet, bitt, by following yoi
advice, I am perflectly cured. Thle 'F
vorite Prescription" is a wonlorful tetl
cino for debilitated and11 nervous females.
cannot express how thankful I am to yo
for your alvice. Yotrs truly,
Mas. CORNEt.IA A LLI SON, Peosta, I
VEAL OUTLETs A LA M.InANAa.
Brown some veal cutleta quickly in h
lard; then take them out of the pi
and thicken the hbt lard with flou
tir until the flour browns; then poi
in sufficient water to make the gra'
the consisteitcy of cream. Fry son
tinely minced onion in bitter; then at
it to the gravy, Put in the veal tutte
andplace around them about six slic(
tomatoes. Season to taste. Simm
gently about two hours or until ti
uutlets are tender.
Sydney Sith1 bein ill, hi ds hselz
advised hime to "take a wa'k tipoi
eln ty st.onach." " U pon w h "' ask'
Sydney. Still bt ter stips to take wob tltl
the pillc.iase of' )r. It. V. Pieree's "Goikh
Meiicai Discovery" and "'iea..t, l'urg
live l'ellets,'" wvhich ate especiatll"yvalua
ble to t hose who are, obltiged It .-adseei
ary lives, or are athlieted withI any chrou
disease of' the stomacha ur bowels. By dru
The ~Scir ne'flc A merican men'lti()
the dechine in the price of et ppe-r
likely to lead to the increased atne
that metal in building. At p~reset, ti
material for a copper root coats at, t
outset only about twice as mnuchl as ti
aind as the latter mutt be repaired at
paint~ed about once in thlo ccyears, atl
in tilteen or twenty years mudt be
newed altogether, the copper, wvhi
never needs painting. and is practical
indestructible, is much the cheaper n
terial in the end, There in Bout
many copper roots, put on about foi
years ago. which showv no signs of d
terioration; andl the metal is still min
employed in that city as cornices, gi
ters and rain water pipes, as well as I
covering bay windows, and itn ma
other ways in place of galvanized ire
which is mutch inferior in beauty a
durability and not very much cheapt
The copper has the additionial advanta
of needing no paint, so that the delict
lines oh artistic work are in no dnan
of bell g filled up, and the metal
creases, rather than diminishes,
beauty by the slowv formation of a blui
green patina over it. F'or flash ings,
well as other portions of roof work,cc
per is much superior to zine or tin, a
with the aid of a certain amount of le
the most difficult problems in rooti.
can be successfully and permanec'
'J'%cre sents no end to the uses
which paper is to be put, the latest i.
table one I eing to the making of puille
which arc said to have the requis:
.trongth with only 25 per cent. of I
iron pulleys. It is also claimedi thu
belts doe not readily Blip on theso pullei
antd hence may be rtmn much slack
shana on iron.
Ladlies andh chflhiten' bots andi she
cannot, ruin over If Lyon's Patentl [1
$ttffeners are used
'1%ic remedies for sic aplessness, it
found, must be varied according toi
causes. .If occasioned by giof, me
phia, narcien and codleiti atrepre'scrtbe
if from nervousness or arterial exoit
mont, bromide of potatssitum, if the p~
tient is niot ainmi~c. if tl.e cause
pure nervousness, obloroformi in snn
quantities can be applied. Hydrate
obloral suits ni' arly all eases whte
there is no nyspop.sia or heart discas
sleeplessness In the aged or iji debilit
tce persona requires tonitcs,such as wu
bitters andl the likre.
Dr. Kline's Ureat Serve Restorer is t,
marvel of the age for all norto ditseases.
tit st e fre.send to 931 Arch stro
A water proof paint for steo, &c.,
prepared by fusig equal part. of al
minum palmiltato and colophiony,
mixig aluminum palmitate with wi
and dissolving in casustic soda and wtatt
A solution resemnbhntg soap is lormie
whsich can b. used with adlvanttage f
wall-paintieg and the like Alter i
paint is dry it is'washed witha a wet
solution ol aluminum sulphate to rond
Itocomnd tied to t ravelers. A ids dIgest ic
prevyents nausea and headache. Daruggisi
"IRoirhl on Cornas,"
Ask for Wells'"Rtough otn Corns." 15e. Quki.
complete, pernmanent cure. Corns.warts. tunte,
An enrIcher of the blIoo.I ansi purt~er of( the H
toum; cures tasfsitale at lack of energy; snelt
nlrown's iron itter s.
Sononua, after being out, deteric
ates very rapidly, It should not be r
lowed to remain more than one day b
fore being worked, and less that is pr
THE GREAT GERMAN
It uu- FOR PAIN.
* Roilleves and cures
, Sulation, Lumbago,
,,"""'"'"'d HEA DA0IIE,T!OOThAOB
3uninn SORE THROAT,
1 -111"l pwgs QUINHY, SW- rC.INGS,
n N1I'RAENN, 00
t |inunmunnni Soreness, Cuts, Bralsos,
- halu..BUR NN, NVA LDA1,
A nd all other odily aches
)f nnfn ~ IIIlh andI 1111115.
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
~ Iiiii'" *tpld bya~ll Ipruiialisand
1,fl4l. I i,.cS. l.)llcio O In i It
h i ll I'll tanglunges.
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
(ueso to A. VOOIKiER M o.)
A SPECIFIC FOR
S D '-- EPILEPSY, SPASMS, -e
- CONVULSIONS, FALLING SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS DANCE, ALOHOHOLISM,
h OPIUM EATING, SYPHILLIS,
SCROFULA, KINGS EVIL,
UGLY BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
NERVOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE,
RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BRAIN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
" KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
aW $1.50 per bottle at druggists.*Me
- The Dr. S. A. Richmond Med., Co., Prop'rs.
r) It at. D'omopha, a-90. (1)
61 Correspondenco freely answered by physiclani,
r; - For testimonials and circulars send stamp.
.C. N. CRITTENTON. Agent. New York.
SH AR Pl --*'at
.18 HARP matisul, Neuralgia, Sciatloa,
Plourisy Pains, wtitab fit the
PAINS Htas-' o
le Pain in the Cheet, and all pa ns and ace a ther loclo
deep-seated are Isatyrelieved and speedily eared by
thn edicinal virtues of fresh flops Gun,,, Aialsamn anil
11 Fixtracts, It Is Indeed the beat pain-idllng, stimulating,
11 soothi and btrengthening Porous Plaster ever made.
'di Hop Plasters na sold by all druggi~ itand oountry stoes
2s cents or-iv for $100
T Mailed on receipt of
Ilkr - O
t c Hop PLstCL0o., HOP
B.roietors and t leao.
00,00e 0 tonumeset, sohe coestoo n livera
frieae oest preys emc aLver own. NlT s
IT hrelivs Brs iuapest ladoo~s
RoE8'rns, non. Y.d, Ar.es bth'o88.so ead
Olears rnRAinti' oa,' ieor flad een doo
is o vei tra rrmywil iey a ortuon.o
rarte ti elo r eib
o i r much$ 'tpoel Itl Ifudmyefa
E. T MIRE ONLY, YM. D R. WOL,L
I t causes gIA.rYios pains by day9i
- Itours thne di.rlsosito and a kes~ii
,g It akeOsa then rpetite frous an
Btaaues constfan grnblin and c<
What Browns Iro
r. Itdpromotes the enjoymet~ of gta he
- foer ieste blod impro lresth
600,000fie thlues eth cies Ityei
fre- IOLprin eular ano heaT dsi
Suvival of the Fittest.
A FAIILY MEDICINE THAT DAS HRALRD
MILLIONS DURING 85 TEAEI
MEXICAN1 MISTuN I1MIn.
At BALM FOR EVERY WOUND OF
DIAN AND BEAST I
THE OLDET BEST LINIMENT
EVER MADE IN AMERICA.
SATES LARGER THAN EVER.
The Moxionn Mustang Liniment has
boon knowt for ioro than thirty-five
vears as the best of nil Liniments, for
m an d Beast. Is sales to-day are
larger than ever. It cures when all
others aill, and penetrates skin, tendon
and inustclo, to tho very b9te, $old
Best to the world. Get the genuine.
Zvery packnice ia our trade-mark
and to marked Frasner's. MOLD
BUY A FARM IN VIRGINIA!
Every ,at t h* w ats to soy or e1FLI. V1rginia
Eiat thuld wri to to YAOR1% & (A.%PI3ELLa.
160a Estate Agents. Gordonvielle, Va. lat free.
EK onETS fine writing paper, in blotter,
with calendar, by mail for 21o. Ageta
austed. 00NOMT FOINTING Co., Newbury
AGENTS WANTED o em l
una Miasetine ever inventetd. %% W knit a pqir of
stoelo with I NE L and TOE eomaplete in 20
niesl .oIt rilu knit a great variety oi fancy.
wor arwich tere Hs aiwn y a nay niatiet. Hend
for circular and terisu to the Twomabily Muliting
acbine Co.. 183 Tremnont attiet. Bostou. Masa.
It. LINDiL M .Tu X 0 o. (I5. SIlaLER a CO.
1 & 7 Ohamber of 65 Broadway
Oonmerce. Clncago. New Yosk.
CRAIN AND PROVISION BROKERS.
N11 ber of all proinent prodic Echanges is
2e ork, (ihloa 0. St. l'okis 611al Milwaukee.
We l avIetnle jrivato telegraph wire tween
Chcago and Now York. WWl execute orders on out
idgnt ,when requestetl sen for circulaer
ulning partioulare. ROBT. LINDBLOM &
Ty ceer e. i et d? wsl t o
sar l tm errell und grin ita tet h o
it haifs WOR I1, Iatd you ehoul al u
OWUCLARK'S INFALLIBLE- f
AXVO~q... II 'I?
A I;,C . K. ? ad yFFECU L
In itst aetlin. 94Ze. at btitle. Drumvata.
DRS. J. N.& J. 11. ROUENNACK.
Tlle.1S1 AtFlk''*N'lJ WI-TH THE 1FFECTB
OR AIi NDllW ND) M 'itCL-RIALIZATIoN
Should not liesatate to consuilt J. N. atd J. B. H
BENSAUK, of 200 North Second street, Philadel
pia, altherb maatl or bv pera-in, during the hours
Yrom 8 A. M. to2 P. M., and 6 to 9 P. .
Advice free. Whosoever woul t know his coudt.
in and the wa.it) atnprove it -houl-t read
"W1buM IN A N UTSHRLL."
Soot on receipt. of 5coat stamp.
FREE I BY RETUiN MAL -- ful de:uai~i.o
OTTraNd I1. W. Moody & co31W (tinca'.mn:..
AGENTW W A NTED for ttie Biggt andi Fastest
do i tie r oC. NATINA e .o. . Pnia a.. Pa
$5 to $20 4Ser dany a bomte.. sample Worth
Portland. Maine. r.Adrs Tso&C.
ELMOR R.41. ithe qalees. pieenaia
liver, .r- moh, bladtier and blaoc
~~~n I l. aae su broaa
e, en iri . e' air la et l s ia n ew - hk -a
1iii~as a 5 ii is t - r + as ta 1' ii--rl aa as
a tr i to Si a 1.1 t hils ni ne-ti' .a-nd ti s al, o.r t- itak.
-ahing. .:: -.. I~.ia:,a .ts.1ii W iauan a. N.YV
(!urea gauarantouti tby Dr. J. Ii. Mzayer, Maan Oflice
831 Arch 8t., Pla.a Pa.. Advicefr . tm s or -
lWl at at ri~o jo , dI re e, st dati a t o
6th- t. iai te , t 1. a rga '.7hand sa ona.
cl Ht i i o it,. 12t tm i.10th ; 0m er
i aI ai ~au iu laiii.St azrdt a p n ts. A.n )
Fa tu ah arPennaasy aaaa Agrlocultural Evrhasyork,Pa
MIarve.,a lou a r uet.,
nsane Persons itestoredl
A n^1 il~N & Nkv DIsEVASR. Onat sure
he A B IoosPts ~ks. t
/ire of th wor.'a~ 10-ag ~Ih ie.eCaalou
old by i d ales Snt, for . nexatin: ati:on
faithb. JOHN BI. ALDEN, Publisher,
d Purifier Known!
OURED. NEURALGrA OEREnD.
Ta ~b 20 '2.FAIRPORT, N. . March 12, '88.
*b. Rheaun M to StriUJ Co.:
di forrenrt5T GICNssnce November, 183,
idi assoer cla. I have been a constant aufferor
ra oe unl Ifroin neuralgia and haave not
relieout I known wha it was to be free
shotlrtuntr from pain untIl I commencedi
gan JO help e.havenfel no pal nc n usiutgthe
Wei as ever.: fourth bottle. I thlink it the best
!, thhkit aapurity ng the blood andfor the
LSTRANG. uremof rheumnatsm and neu
,1 Plymouth Ave., Rochester, N. Y.
md frightful areamns by night
its Victim cross and petulant.
leaden, and the skin sallow.
I unreasonable. 4
i, and enables it to digest.
liver, and cheers the mind.
ght, and makes the skin natural,
re for food at proper times,
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